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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE 1,11 QaJiib QaUinq /T*H1S morning there will probX abi> be a huge crowd gaih.!i and arounu the baggage Warehouse, all come to wish tho five tiaioadian representair. the Wa*t Indies team—Bo: age and iiesi Wishes for a successful tour. They leave I on the "Golnto" en route to Eng1-iid. TTiey will probabl> leave the Baggage Warehouse at approximate!)' 9 a.m. meters, past, present and fuUira wul be Lnere to give them a friendly slap on the back, a warm handshake and a rousing %  end off, as these live Barbadian ambassadors on the West I team, laave for a strenuous tour to England Indefinite Holiday M lac .wOL-Ltf t>l*AuM> daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i %  Well, according to this set Donald Peers is note u-orkirtQ for Tokto rtrft rlJJ] Special Flights ill be leaving to-aay by R 1 .g. *-*• B the "Gollilo" for a holiday in Engnot yet On three Months' Leave April 1st An %  ays Old Harrisonian? W EARING a tie of maroon and gold, the Regimental colours of the 11th Hussars Regiment. Prince Albert's Own, wa* Mr. A. C. Plews. who left yesterday by B W.I A. for Antigua an route to his headquarters in Jamaica, where he is representative of Nugget and Reckitt and Colman Company's for South iind Central America. The tie was almost Identical to the Harrison College school colours, and Carib almost asked him if he was an Old Harrisonian. Mr. Plews was accompanied by t is wifla *nd they spent their stay here at the Crane Hotel and Stafford House. Three Months at St. Lawrence M R and Mrs. R. W. Sicgert and their two children lu,n rdon and Susan 1 returned to pM THnldad yesterday by B.W.I A ihados and return This will thus enable Var* %  vuva m^——w— 11115 Will lliUr. Ul.i'ic .......... .Mr 111W ..i kUllffiO, lan visitors to spend the K. i M % v„ *.-. Manage, of the Harbado* holidays here. These special flights *'*. WtW * „ arln C company is off to-day by th. will be in add.tiori tcj the regular *+**£* vSerday ^e I* tor three months' leave scheduled flights of three dajs a .. t UlllUrd Stotel via MM.. i. %  c ai'o approximately four*. fter spending three months at ">undee, St. Lawrence. Only Regret RS. LI)WARD KLrtN. from ork City, has been Marine Hotel for 'esterday she llarbados for the United SUtes W^land, where he will * J' n WMR Antigua, where she will be ,Uy. wife and daughter, Sheila, ^ .,.,„,, „ r h „ 0 spC cial ing for three dayi at the Aiitlgua wrio are already there. flight? will no doubt be weleomen Beaeh Hotel. She loves the sea Tonight by v Urista Bl las* bathing here and spent almost lARli: loo..eu ill a', the Booking vcar q U u e i ar(W number of them every morning down at the Yacht Or.kc at the Empire TheVisited Barbados on Club. Her only regret is that she atre early yesterday, to find that „ . will i>"I be here when the Flamover one hundred and thirty Bom In Dominica I a>ant Trees are in bloom reals had already been sold for w.llian, I-audcr For Daughter • Weddingthe Rtpeat Performance olM ""' *'"'T„ <-onn,'A/l" %  HAMuS POHT1LLO whoso Madame Bromova's Dancing Naf who Uv. In %">>>'" %  J-""r M last vi.it to Barbados was play which takes place at the fcfi Barbado. yesterday on their arriyed „„,„ Empire to-night at 8.30 o'clock J*" !" b !" |".? urd e PCCl M J by B.W.I.A. from Venezuela via During the few minutes he was £"?' J?ho£.J"SJ !" ',„ DcSl Trinidad. He is here for about SCnsTiT BSWBP* For U.K. Holiday deed his entire fai J_ / JU TV_ L EAVING for the L K on furexception of Mrs. Clinckett now Un I_X1D lour lough by the S.S. "Gollito" live in the US A Mr Laudai WR. and Mrs. Vernon Speight, today arc Mr and Mrs I II C i Asst. Secretary of H. WWI 1YI who have been here on a i: b.nson and their daughte: :.'. I • Btuldei in Connect!.Kort visit left yesterday by Nanda Robmson Mr. Robinson %  %  -"><*>" ^ >" EWXA. for Cuidad TJuiUlo. who has been Assistant to th* l'">'al Hotel. pey were staying at the Windsor ESTcwTO s^ml May Settle Here ST A. W.T S&K Z,^i n^of'thel-or,w F s WALDKB A. jM^&S. 'ugSS of-SpatB Branch for three years f^, Barbados was thirteen years ago. tfie Windsor Mis. Robinson JBo o"' m ,„ who has I n ,ey were guests at tf Staff of Cable & Wireless (W.I.) lin a shorl holio y has now arr iv,,„,*, aniJ Mr Gu S t On Long Leave LSs, icwvoia W-u) used in Barbados. Retired Irom the a sc^well to see them off. i Own Cameron HighKeen On Golf A Lb^< ICuholi. lo-s.aS .. .-..,........-, ... S.S. "Goln.o' is Mr. ueurge holiday and mm \t It. He is u guvs', at tile J'*\ [R. J. T. GUILLAUM1N, an ha asa American resident in VenStan ol cauie oc wirti.s. i" | r f , ,. now ln Barbados for about two Ltd. Barbauos Branch since 1845. Car^that^hto wlte. who ,U H lvr( ks ,,„,,„ Hc arr ved rccent He U going to the U.K. on long ;.n Tr nidad ill I X joining mm aW.I.A. on his first visit to leave where he will join his win n,rc ln "" "••• thc js| an d and is staying at the who is already there. ai , ne r,ood Old Countrv Ocean View Hotel. Uaving by the "Golfito" not tne u wiuniry A sco|og|si ra||ll]| wllh lhc ,, TOtn WilN'la/H'-N sse w.ie in Trinidad, Creole Petroleum Company in o leavni, by the Wcveryone who w, ,,.,.. Cg—^.OjtS-gta toTJg ratog for a U.K. at Queen's Park H .tel was com^ l ? n f ^ r n ca R /' Cl> n C lry cui b and holidav Mr Skmrm who la Aa,ng to Barbados, so we thought ^'"V^" Xrriba Golf Club in •taunt Manager of the British that we would do U He has already played •I '" K anu .."S :.,!,. Rckiev Golf and Country Miss Bacon On Women By fred Doer/linger LONDON Miss Alice Bacon, prominent Socialist leader and member cf Parliament, stood up in the House of Commons and told thai predOIBlnantly male body that women have become a potent political force. In a tribute to tha 'int.u:i. she quoted Dr. Samue 1 Johnson's famous observation; "Nature nas given women it, much power that the law has wisely given them litJli'" •That remark," declared tht 1049 vice-chairman of the Socialist party, "would not have beet. made to-day. "Housewives, factory workers, teachers, nurses, shop women In a hundred different occupations have done a great deal for this country In the difficult war and post-war period. Co-oprrnlcd "Our housewives ir, the past have coopc ated with the Government to mako our fair shares policy work and they will continue to cooperate so long a5 they get fair shares." Miss Bacon exploded her belief thai women aie "man politically conscious than ever before. They used to be %  Unit, when people went canvassing, that women said, 'I must wait until my husband comes home onu see what he is-going to do. 1 "But women to-day vote Independently of their husbands. "Indeed, the recent general election has brought to mine; cases where husbands have said. "1 inn t wait and see what my wife is going to do.!" Miss Bacon said she was disappointed that so few women hau returned to Parliament (only 20 women were elected out of a total of 125 candidaicsTTTut she knew that those who had been returned would moke up in quality foi their numerical inferiority. Miss Bacon, who has been a member of the National Executive Committee of the Socialist party ;ince 1941, was honoured by being allowed to second the approval uf the King's speech from the throne. — l.N.s. (rrrnade At U.K. Embassy re to-day investigating j ,e nurllng of a rltish Legation here last night. de was thrown by unicntilicd men in a car. No damage was done to the egatlon. —Reaver. •URrH J CROSSWORD I i 1 i I 1 k 0 i In ,__ 1 1 1 1 8 a r 1 For h'.iihvr f ere,, „ 0 0| ^ .ho, „ '^ ^ P ROPERrs ivl!**!'!. il'Li* '"""""'" % % %  ai * Hero" from 'The Chocolate Soldier' to be played at her wedding. "But it's this kind of bride who comes to see us in about twelve months and complains thi have married her to one of tho meanest old hunks in CTMti quite the hero she and we wan led to believe "Now that fewer peopl. church regularly It that brides ask Cog "Abide Witti Meand "Flfht the iGood Fight." which seem strangely inappropriate for weddings' Rupert and the Dragon Pills—II American Tuba Co.. IB'dos; *cr ior one we !" ano Rockle y Golf and Country Ltd, will be visiting "<> here for one month looki forward to Company's tug factora %  '"> manv more games before he re' %  SST ' Z "IK. and^c'V Oaniel. two Many Happy Return. i^in'/Tn v^e^la tr T HEHE v %  : 1 Uw B1 LStWTflSMt h(V { ,, holidaying lust night .d the Crai e Hoi %  m Ba 7bados. They arrived rccentIn honour of Miss Pen %  i : : %  i. to the b B W.I.A. for about three who celebmu Caribbean. weeks accompanied by their little %  rday. Among those "> l -> %  scn p av id and are staying at the Mr. and Mrs. Georgie Bck '-"V ember 1949, navQ,.,,^ view Hotel ML" Dorothv F.cksteni. Mr. and ir.g fl] sod Mffl Oaniel are also \ndres O'lJonnell. Mr. Ray n durkecn on golf an d aro spending a D* sr.v lS *' ,,w hour* they did not |irl ,,tlit*ir time playing the Peggy will P ^(I P %  I opin„ mc a i the Rockley Golf and on Sui. I her ion ab and it waa Counlrv Club, fnmilv as Mr. O'Donneil lias sold .. n many Of the Mr |, ilim .i s an engineer of the out his business here and will D ''•"" Shell Caribbean Petroleum Comliving in raUramenl irtaaw, that pany Here for A Few Day telebri.tcd his birth li conl erred himself the Two Kt'MC which lie says \'"'A~r,'u,: u vii A rftat or'-Ktoiu %  the goi old eounl Tv? vi^t I "e^ik he plans to sell hi. kn*w In the old d ilSaS. .hday UU WOW -now. says mi. i*-%* --M _. Manai!l r u f t ho much that wo 1*1 H.icays ^". B | r ",J h m ^ ads may return to live. England is not San Pmando. taratd f to rrfnl for "lUndly Call Me George.'^ Next week he plans to title' at sixpence a letter. luddca linns ot lh csnipleielv sates, ihar pet dragon. With %  loud soon and btcjihrng fire more funouily thio ever, he B leapi itTJitth: up into the air. He cannot Hy properly, but he beau S,l little wingi and streak* over [he head, of the two litile friend*, landing again beyond them, ihtn li%  cuttle* rapialy out ol the gtrdti and diuppear*. "Oh. deji. to have known that would hippen tl he .a* the .otket." wa.l* PongPing. "Why did-i'l I think ol II •oonerP" BJ( Kupert ru"' thc dranon in ifht. BY THE WAY ^ BEACHCOMBER I SEE thnt % &f —a meiiningleas Wl ron^—fire to attempt to And out what it li | job When I was running H l Rochdale Obfi > team experts" to examine this tter iR montli ed that what made a job .'. us;— ta) The n lh) The I'orodoii. r Hut a row who whether l>eing milked so re] I bl replied with ious glllll In he! e>e. "' > %  they [ Binned gramophone music %  ) Hahon Tirlilontiiiiir it-iUSTOMF.RS are lntrl| a new ve^-i.i % %  Annam. It is called qunk-quak. and is dflftcrtbed us having a I | BO Heliente thai the ... ':iing at nil. • ling to vary %  %  %  i (Mo wonder. made" %  %  %  Q -• -t.u.tk The ., %  < i. COO %  ti, m Hiui(esini l assing %  P of %  d | fi^iii Ainuiin I lb'"' "Tony!'' ShiPhmlvtl 1 SIMPLY live 1 the Marquise de L'Hullst da rug to the poetess I. but. not as rigorously us some reviewers of novels. U fun to live at such a pitch of hysteria that an read (whu.li I p, •'> "Daphne Ml lh" I %  ?hed," vim groan and Ufa roll on the iiooi. rack ba the unbearable beaui pathos of life I begin to think it is at the** that the dim i ill Imad. When in invited to be scot him, they shou. little k nee and reading a novel In Patting T HE very (< %  I I remarks on hideous and %  I i.eaterWhal peopl < i of poetry is no mor. school of poetry than |le< a new school of ireUtecture." MARINE HOTEL SUPPER DANCE For Your Tablt .-i KMVK I 1 ShrfliHil SUinlnw Sl.l PLATED SPOONS 17, U. .45 In (hrw Un Mirr WOOM t> PLATED FOMH^ 13. 41 two ilin %  UAB KNIVES 1 .65. 113 ShfOirid si.iiiicv. Haal CZECHOSLOVAKIAN CUT GUSSWARE ii >ii'i.ms n, l.tJ ( MXMI'U.M |.7 -ill KKI 77 I II 1.11(1 I I I! S.VN lllAY Ml.lll April % %  <. From 7 to 11 pm, PERCY GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA. III>M It gauM aajTATK CLUB CINEMA IMMU,. Onlyi lOKIOHT. OX.. TX-, M Thumuy ..law .< • 10 "SNOWBOUN D" aind intrivlt-ina MtlA PARELY A DMMHI I'ltUrt Btnl Un in a %  %  > %  % %  ttuiiu,,, . . a %  parU<| B r ""• %  •' >•" "l %  %  rvrr> ..nlln, nan %  a>hr4 with %  ALL riKFS AFF B \W ' WHITFIELDS BROAD STREET DIAL 4220 Mrs. Housewife! Make your Easter bar.ing a pleasure .... FAI.KS KEROSENE OILSTOVES—2. 3 and 4 Kuni.-r Models. OVENS—Single and Doiolo CARRON DOVER WOO i COALS STOVES 6, 7 and 8 MIXING BOWLS-EARTHENWARE. ENAMEL and GIASS PHOENIX OVENWARE ALUMINUM BAKING P/NS ALUMINUM EGG BEATEIS. MEASURING SPOONS Obtainable at our HardwariDcpartment:— %  DIAL 2039 BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTOR' LTD. Acros* I. L4 Ills py be awlJUKWd a iom* conjui-ors might uy. iS| fl. BWn* miiflt be DruKen Mlora U0 become* than. 10. CBpAbW Ol glTlflg B Dladf B P**tfll 10. He' i E Be 14. A clue to uie ruler I rai. i9i 16. Sort ol dencr.oo. icv.acr Bpot. due*D'l It ? (8) 17. Squared ruMaure or • cieBreo -MOB. (3) K. He geu what's coming to mm. JO. b^o to Unt omlnoua picture (41 Jl, Author KddreaBliig one of nu Implement <*> aa. Way. no doubt, you'd lUe to split to* stake. 16) 33. UMual result ot in-uia out at elbow. (5) SS. A good sploner. |4) Down 1. WU1 It drain Tito oy dlsiocs Uon? (t 3. This will stand the stram. 181 3. Sort ot rise louad in a pa.e spp.e. i) 4. This could be iste at oud. itf) 5. r'alr snare ror your partner. I4I 7. it's tbs pace tost count* 1S1 a. 11 you do, it's bound to be wet <8) 0. Measure a mere r. IS II. Tha 'Young ;ady Ol UBS couldn't see IU smile, IDI 10. Tne want of one editor's secretary. |4) IB. High or ion It should .ead you soiKewhere. (4) Solution of *eiierd*n ^UI/IAcn fcod, \\ Tool, is oim il Lto ISTKO" SO. TSDr ill, BfOBfT: ii H. T....V i Ra>rl: ^ Hi.-* iH Mrla<<. !• %  — > I VoluiiUrv I Avoid. 5 Abnormal. 1 Hot •>. : ires M Riot, lu R-ii* 14 !' I Bl ItOVAI. Worthings FBI ANT) SUN AT S.30 p m Republic Whole Serial ACTION* THRILL Ar>\-ENTUTU: ,,mM or /IIKKII %  -tng ; i Mi ->IU! UrvTK" BANT Oeorge J. LaTWIB DONT MfSS IT EMNaUE SAT Sc MON AT IS United Artirt Presents "BLOOD ON Ti !" N Starring: %  .\GNTV-Sylvia SYDNEY Ciutiiey st Ma Two-FI*cd Be.t HOW BAT. 4 MON. AT 7 M Double . . %  %  : %  : In Oil Off " HTOBM "GIRL FROM ALASKA with RajM1DD1XTON—Joan PARKBR OIVMI'K SAT. St MON. S IS • BAM Piesents . John VYAYNK .Montgonierv CLIFT %  KI %  imi %  liter I1HENNAN—Jofuiv DKU gBeSB^Hi^ FRED HENRY. _, SYLVU MacMURRAY %  FONDA • SIDNEY, THEfBAHOFiHE LONESOME PINE' Minis TO-UAY 5 A 8.:np.m. PLAZA DliH "GY\T" GALLERY OF FASHIOV . Featured by . GRETA GYNT Britain's brnt-dressed Star MR. EMMANUEL SHOWING '.1.0111-: THEATRE Krom SATl KDAV, AI'KIL 1.1. S.30 p.m. A FILM FOR EVERY WOMAN You Kill be oat "i laablaa II >ou do Ml IM U> CROCKERY we have MIXING BOWLS • PLATES DISHES with Covers • CUPS & SAUCERS • JUGS — 1, 2 & 3 pt. at THE CORNER STORE



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FHIOAV. VI u;< M %  %  WM $ hat Do You Know 4bout Sugar Cane? IJAKBvDOS ADVOCATE MCE THREE [ Caribbean Commission has employed Mr Waller ng tirm of Scott. Farnell and Partners „(.Spau. and ^ndonjo undertake a preliminary products, ninth* n : i i h IL. r l' ur ,'": ,he United States of America, ami w II ii r i reads for submission shortly • The impress.on wh.cl b j"' k af '"' udv o( M until q., •.. I wo ?om' we used to know about HM IN know to-day ind mains to be known." ol nm cane derh his rrpra: Ida studies on !ho manufacture from bagasw. types of insulating and hardboar.l materials, paper, charcoal briquetid furfural; from "f acetone an 1 of refined from filler muds. Superior %  is deflnilch superior ". bre '?• %  '..•of iiisul. anng building board pi project for the inam.i hoards from bagasse In the Canbhcjin in should offer prospects of rf *. the sugar industry, Mi Si There are at present m operation four bagasse insulating board The Celntex plant in i has an output of over two rniuu %  Canec pjsj a] produces i million dailj lia. lias now reached a production ol 180.000 miare factory of Celotex Lid bridge Park, Middlesex, England. %  I annual nutput of thirty luare feet of insulating hoard and twelve million square >'t spoke nf CorportUon of Lockport. Louis.h is manufacturing and successfully marketing plastic pro"i bagasse. Various %  sins and bagasse fillers have been developed and art lor different purposes. One of the principal ad ntaon is 'he manufaiCzechs Renew Credentials Of 3 Journalists PRAtil'E. March 30. JIWW 'he four remaining %  JJL ipondenis in Prague. JTJ, wort In CserhosIovaMs Sme end of June *2L are Gatum Fournier. of Jftench Pre. Robert Bigo. o !&£?. and Dana Schmedl, of .h. *• * %  Tlll "' : . The fourth correspondent. John itikL. "1 'he United %  So, was due to have bil creJSJ7 renewed •..-morrow "Swaay We creehnslovak JSS Minis'..-, refused to reIlVihe documents of NaUian £L_mkv. Correspondent of the •Sated Prras of America, beiSof his alleged unoliieclive rajForeien IBnisto '"-day told ZLr credential" were renewed. SM uxre was no s> stemalic plan JTihe Czechoslovak Gov. f r rid of the Western]ftess. One Flag: Not Two GENEVA. M a The Trusteeship Cguncll today mated a grave precedent in resctiM for the first time in me timer of tlie United Nations Molution it was asked to •••' or tiie General Assembly. fls* issue at stake was whether anot the administration author!*>*.** .cords. STCaongside' *elr £• TTtrosJeWhip %  **.*>* _j record as nui Eecatn ma! the United Nations flan bo town in trust territories THE MOSTIlf PC ACE COVER 'id <\>pVflit B) Christ Church Churchwarden Reports For 1949-50 %  %  tics nnd adneetvea, can also be :'iom bagasse, nnd its' Li will be includtd m •port COBIUMMC /.cetone and butanol are pro** Wrto Kico from molwa-*-utted jointly In the second roll-call vote Bnutralia, New "Wfiiim and France reaffirmed I a*V opposition to the m< MR G %  %  %  %  1 %  % % %  The report reiids — "' n %  lit i u i %  %  13*1 %  Parish iiim.li ..x.l .,„Vn %  xt.pt •Vtmr ieps\ii. Inn n IMTI I., iravo-yard %  %  and China — Kfiil. r "Ao Orchids" Actress Vanishes In Paris PARIS ire)) so Dwei'jv, f 1 the Grana Guuptoi %  Re today, problnsj m mjsiei: %  ... The Actress vain% %  %  a thin costun.f jwd and Wcnids lor Miss Bl Reiving %  tt^uiiknown man the pail < Miss Blandish in Lb violent A %  fr dressing room at tl i n Hei whe turned jwi.when "• metsage. which bft !" |o a theatre attcni a il blond man in a big oveicow. She indicated that the message %  ber moUivr .. Jf "lched a:. %  ,IV houlden - raced from the tb> i theatre oundas. had to api i "• %  %  and tell i imt Boney back Hilt R K | "Wn taken ill B |J ilc checked in •mother Wu well. !" * had not returned —Reyler. %  LI MM nv. at Abnlu%  aami n ot [taconic Acid, obtames, some ot which hold great promise for the manni clear plastics, lacquers, and other prtxv %  I maribtlraj •! i und, and ..is been cxpressed in the ruture i>i sug;n liuon. This. Mr. Scott's %  leott said in .ne ot the of developing the pro* i %  product ;< itead ot the %  ..us io br done. Tx.tMi very f aarch work being dune in the I'micd State Utrto Rico, and look for\ ward to the British West Indian %  ( >arch Scheme soon to be < fo* I" perial College t Tropical Agntiirection ot Dr. ; . flc co-operaliOi i,. It seems to me thai the Caribbean Conuniaawn wou'i>.tinii 91 ivumkTaeareia •Fain in-ir*d tm* >BI a v'.-M oa -mwmimMfit few 1. ooni dovtuiMn %  ! %  ..IV-l St MalUitai. < hureh. 1 ..T mv*mn thi I d %  !'•>•• l^bll FMM. KOVa. i*-i. txutf with Cal%  1 uw araauai %  pMll MjriMrWKh. L-M. nrtkurm --• mr Hi Thu IXIIIU.'IK HI Itul lisr % %  !it*liMMrw' Vlnanwe. %  Keclory. I tttMr tl 1 iqcpiMilitK IB ili-iUt %  %  •final *Uin lur UHW iioil) ha-li1 %  m tin %  givan .iv.-iiin .. latte thu Oin" I..,, .I P %  £50 Asked For 11 iu*rieaiie Kelief W ork 1 pu i 1 In %  Ih-it*. '..1 tho., this o-osMnrt Vestry Makes Appointments Mr 11 s %  Other appointn an Poor Law Glut. 4cKen :M ind %  %  Ef %  : 1 1 It Ml Chinch %  %  HuriKiuw Ki lief H#ttd1 lonunittee, Christ %  !; %  Vl %  %  should be 'i ibutlon % %  %  I %  I 1 %  %  .!> pro. leallni I 0 Hutu .1 1 1 'omrniUee Goddan 1 %  iiinctio enVlenU) %  1 1 liat tin %  I ftf Wlnli H'lpllU, 1 %  %  %  true tha %  •'" '• %  foi ii.im' pnifor the bn-'. rTiean %  last year tellme hm that mor. cculd be IPjlQI '"' ihe people in the loweiwalks 01 lite is bt 1 He Tell that tht be wide > %  •vben pt>upie %  Dial tV %  ary agree! with what he nad SSdti, nut wh?i 'n work i it was too late to aV ai>-thing m the matter. He h 1 r, %  aMaraUea :his year. While tblg whole QUMttcn oi Btm Relief de\ Ived on the OetMnl QoftajraaaofBi HH laetsj the Parochial .n.ihontie; would have a certai I mount of responsibility in mat N Dan. A nuiubor uf St had been appoented :aestion ot Hun tanc H-lu' ; oiscussed with them what the) lhauld do and tell 'In |n-oplc tl .. %  ; %  kal] tad, the %  :. tone ot the mernb i found it iaeoanaaaienl to %  ( uniiinmu ,;;im I % %  .1 ertain awiounl atmtaalal i' iii*' number uf oOnununi taM Sveretanat to the Vestry Clark le to act 1 .is prompt 1 > hatlei 1 He ( that from 1 (II |>I"V nMli, .-!. uartA'isi Committee The peuaga) on he %  tit thai lati | %  public ol the dart].< %  hur( ricane and what u.. the better it would be s til i pa%  C. B. 1 1 arks I ) Professor l). %  %  % %  110', think the Vas(i> wu em%  AI ter It wa-> tinally Igpaj feasor Dai He-ad. |uoi t' and left 1 %  Oommlttae %  Ihe ..ti aUa> %  "No! \ssassinal.-d PRAGl Dootoi %  %  tend* of hia 1 .M-ek think this over TO-DAY there must be =1!' I;.....Need bottle-fed babies be cry-babies ? 17 Casual I -.uallymcamiuin ,h '' Tkawb) milk ,: OUR .. K %  : %  ROBINSON >*T£NT BARLEY a reason I 'den ajaj pij lit Imili e\er> Ihbjg ana] %  ii. ( Menfapupct em iavMt Hi %  • CkfCHnrton tiver .< shut period, the ulmuuv reiiM.ii is the \.wAppeal ind SuecktJ I'eatures. TillI VI.MM. \m S11W b* Advertiser), to send their M in m> MOKK Home*. A FEW MORE ADVERTISING SPACES NOW AVAILABLE YOU MUST ACT QUICKLY! GIVE US A CALL AT 2237 Advertising Manger — ADVOCATE CO., LTD. — 2508 Advertising Dept. KIDNEY TROUBLE Here's • mediefna made spec-aMy for it . II you •aspect that there's "something wrong" with your kulneys it treouolly nuans that they aeed a torreetie medicine Neglected kidneys .pre rise to TUMMIS distressuig symptoms such as backache, rheumatic pastas, Imsaatn, viatica, bladder rt isa r d ers with scnJdinK and tmrninK. The trouble starts vrhm the kidneys grow slturpsh and tail to perform their nati-:..; luocUsn of belputK *o r,lter sway harmful impunti. %  .. imin the system. YOB tan if-itmr 'hf a nta! organs to normal acfleity j by UtkiriK Do Witts Pills. Thry act duectty on the %  kidney.i and you wdl tary quickly fert the irooa they are doing;. Try them lo> your trouble. Go to chemist and gatastippl/ today GUARANTEE Ue Witt a P4 DE WITT t> PIL Fly to NEW YORK IhHtki via PAN AMERICAN CLIPPER* PAA \ kt .iiiuu.t I.IUIM.1 Berviea 'leiweui . On Wa> Hound Trip 154.71 it \\ l •* Vis Trla* r.ni ..1 gssjai .1... *>.. 1 Oi.t Vai K...11..1 i. nw 1 1 • MIAMI Vu \1.11 .... One Wi\ K-iiiiiil Trip %  sun B.W.I. I'll-.. ... > EUROPE Luaoriowt Dovbls Decksd Clipper Service bsiws< New York anu unftsollaniK poiMi. Overnight accOfflmodoiion in New York City on fhrewah Hkjhis 10 Eutoi" ot no oddrfionol cost HY PAA. Ihs bwn^o, in ihe world to trove onywhars in the world For further trtfoiiTciiiO' 1 reaervotion. CMI , %  navel agent or VA/V Atfffl/CA W0RL0 A/ami M K., |A4 I PAA OsCstUi Co tl InMS. Paem 7\7? >ti*( srt.hw,r,rtoj' I



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PAOI I "i R B\RHW:<'~ >vi FRIDAY. MARCH BWAmMAMmi IMIM" oi A PLA* f. T * 1 P..MI.ISI •>. Ttk, AMMi Co. U&. K Bnwd at, BrUMMl ll> Sttii'tUmrinM I rlday, March 31, 1950 ,1 ma lija %  iial'iuii ivc been made on sev%  %  t financial control is at variance with the practice To-day both the Colonial Treasurer and litor General have retired, and the !ices have not ye? been filled. The suggestion is still being made that ihould be amal^amated and thai a single department should Up tindei I Financial Secretary. The time is ripe even if not for the imatton, for the Government to consider whether amalgamation should in fact take place and to seek legislative authority the new department, if the scheme is approvedOne of the ar^ue department! separate in the past was that the office oi Coloplum preserved by the then D nui .! of the LegisSuch consideration can hardly be valid 11 of right, 1 sharwha'.' be done again lawfully. There VhOM ability warranted might be some good reason for Hut this was part of the polity no; |] Office lo art a5 i : %  .. fs to keep West Indians out of the eral from an office which hi BO* branch of the short staffed and theref< l %  ; %  ; denial Service gest that Mr. J W. B. Chenry passing a similar address m anI! the Barbados Legislature Judge of the Assistant I ig. should consent to the secondment Appeal be appointed to act as Colttof an officer from the Colonial oow il already and abo th distinction. Of men in the service nf the (lovhis ability there can be no <,ues%  ho can act in the top UQO, He is a brlDlanl scholar and brackets of the service It would a sound lawver and the docuhave been proved then that it merits of the Government would would not be right to appoint | ,. written in unmistakable EnKthem permanently, wh.ch li abn s h while the work in the LPKsurd. islative Council would be conThi < %  %  !-.:n,il 0 king ducted by one whose knowledge an attempt lo veil the truth of 0 f Barbados is deep and ihr.rrituaoon from us by making ough. Since 1 have given eonsldwhat seems to be a magnanimous eration to this < %  rig on leav,and offer. In truth and in fact it Is commend the Colonial Office t" %  dlffl lilt! S I (ice. It was known In thi six months ago thai %  bout to go on %  was not likely %  %  igth of time that Barbados it war unlikely tl il I a won!'! return llld have been %  '!', %  : in this island uspicion of th • n it was the a |,,. rnall nlal omeo in I %  ranking ofnN irk iffoit tn avoid be ng leusad appoi inting him to Itl Sir John Unison Life look I ide upon the one of the most uutstand: island. The %  i of men Sii John i i %  i H b %  ii k Clarke, a %  %  %  %  %  lie was %  .i i on tinI. niniatran of the I %  %  lent nf treating this island with scant sistant Colon al SeenThere is little need to labour don the point, but I should like W to the importation of an outsider, P^int out that the attitude ol tr • -nnable to suspect that Colonial Office in the matter •* n may now be expectn '"suit to Barbados. 1 ncre are ed from mt upon the potot Ol an men in the Service who can .in alternative. I offer the alternative any """ice which this %  anflDii with much hesitancy. The point t offer and despite the is of equal delicacy to me as it statement against the Civil &might be with the candidate whom 52 J suggest should be appointed to has more "brains in it ti-.an Lght be accused of pushMW pthac time of the MJW ing the claims of candidates and We '* ] !" <* omp "^""J^M i BM Hi-llberntelv that it is the h •* unknown in this island H not taken now we IM ^•£3 that the fact that public expresat a!a,r £ e t ; t i plan. This island is suf*'>" %  given to the claims of %  Period ^rbados was from too candidate for a Government post supply a man to act as Colon.,., uch of the Colonial Office. We was the greatest factor against Secretary .-avs been able to produce his selection. The constitutional position is %  arrv nn the afAt the death of Mr. Harry that we cannot refuse to accep: fairs of this country in the best Scott Kewlands, the Colonial the officer if the Color.;.. and although the tide Secretary was called upon to act persists in sending him but it I iuvemor and as a result the then should be made clear that h* H -.,,. mistake Attorney General acted Colonial comes against our wishes, against of the then Governor in not makSecretary while one of the Judges the interests of the island end In IIIK i strong recommendation to of the Assistant Court of Appeal the face of strong opposition. 1 • %  : %  time of acted as Attorney General. There think that the British Govern5ce that a is precedent for the Attorney actment still values the goodwill of ipin*: as Colonial Secretary; and the people of Barbados %  i.'il Seen 1 although I do not subscribe to the time that we consult our own inU.iv The;, were men in this doctrine of precedent: PRAIRIE GOLD D. V. SCOTT CO., LTD. DRILL CHUCKLES A men schoolgirls, five [tendance when the HOUM %  t 3 is p.m. %  Lfly i.ve WaicIV E. K. Walcott did his best to discover just how long this happy asso. t.mi place would be the only but 1 fear be could have been Smith, 1 little the wiser for the replies think, is of the opinion that, in received from his namesake o<> .six hours punishment the Government side. From ther l li too arduous in th: UUI PU mtfapien t drill is the reasons as to why the Con' %  HATH the wheatlands of western Canada lies what may prove to be one of the Already th i ectaoular oil boom rivalline; tfi lays in Texas. Oklahoma, and California. Along with the hundreds of individual speculators and wild-catters, every major oil company in the United States and Canada has a stake in Alberta oil, pouring vast stores of men. capital and technical skill int) the newly-discovered treasureland. The Canadian Government is watching ; raenta in the oilfields with a do for hero may iic part of the answer to Canada's current dollar shortage. At the moment Canada foots an annual bill of some 300 million U.S. dollars for oil imported from the United States and Vi nezuela. Since the new hich this island has finds in Alberta this sum has already been cut aBains; ., DiUton dollars, and with the many projects now under development. Canada can look forward to the day when it will have more than enough oil within its own borders to meet domestic needs. Furthermore, as : the capital now developing the oil. Industry in Alberta comes from the United Canada is already getting millions of sorely needed U. S. dollars as a direct result of the new discoveries, The .story begins early in 1947. At that time the bulk of Canada's crude oil production, less than 10'; of requirements, came from Turner Valley in Southern Alberta. Production at Turner Ich had been discovered in the thirties, was declining, and it looked as though Canada would continue tn import most of its oil. Then in Fe> 1947. the discovery well at Leduc. Alberta, "blew in" and opened the door on a new chapter in Canadian oil history. Leduc. located 20 miles south of Edmonton, Alberta's capital is ol particular Importance because it pointed to the existence of an oil-bearing formation in the central plains of Alberta, andpn is had long suspectit the oil-rich busin, of which Texas was a part, stretched all the way from Alaska to the C in If of Mexico. 3 B .. T lM A.ST..AUAN D "' B * OUKKK OATs La„, p k „ ^ M.I "AVS RKD u^ BUR. p, r boU|e ^ TO-PAVs SP^". gl'he COLON";' exclusive tcrests in lh!s matter. nun, the adjnurnc'i Whit the Army refer; (Mr Bmhopj post had been 'Clock, to us "pack drill-—drill with full mode permanent, but UtU LndiSAVE VOIR ceae| WE NOW %  C *LV. >HSH WIRE for FISH POTS A t III! hi \ w% In 1 Inch. I| Inrh n inch nmk from 18 inrhn lo 7? Inrhm .id. — Alu ) inch. ] Inch by 4 ff*t GAI,\-ANISEIl LASHING WIKr from 19 lo IK GMIC WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD Smceum C. S. PITCHER & CO LTD" PHONES: 4672; 4487 BJ M{ ^ Autumn 1948-., -.-try of a second SESg .S^. %  "W"-*'. ""y ""^ -ortheas, The iv. %  0 %  gut .if fun equipment, I am might be expected to becon,. .. Hill to amei Uuoj ( the past. Controls, it is' ot L-^ucbince then promising finds have r?* Uue ,] been made at Barrhcad Ron ArenrH rviirior. where, and no one coul oaiiudo, t^n Accord Uolden ..i:y degree of accuracy how kin* opike. .J U hitewood and bteltlerftdttlOPI may continue Kfl ^elI years ag>Qtroll has an excellent clUAM -%-eat and of reaching matui Contreller Stays Put seidon*. on at the d seem that the '(iiend*' k L immour. K tt and the merl f; "l latt I to remain with us ; .hucKk-s %  time to come, for the c %  1 %  dent uiiii : %  %  i %  %  i i i. %¡ ive tilth-I : 111!" I uch that %  %  MOJI tO plate kl In th.%  i. He altar* the omcei fOI lli.it %  vanian "hi >! Supplies become a perm.i TUEGAMBOL? .^."' L •* N^-^M "**" ibA CtlllC TO 5TAITI WITH IIST TO mi n uxx MM* WHAT'S ON TODAY Ceert ui i.umi v^s *t i "ii t rn i mi. v. N I K-. .. (II l I I umii I'KiNi i nf III. i OI i\ IONIII UONEI i.in>.(i\ 4 IKIIII I. II \l I I lnh'i huul SpotU. Km %  ingtuu I .' 30 p m I imthall. Queen'* Park at 5.0 p m. Mobile ( im ..u Qai erument liiduitfUl Hehmtlv SI. fhllip t ;; .II p.m. ime f %  cm Mi Raac o %  lad io iee %  : I D nuking ramarks, which %  that he was |aa. I ordaxad the i. . %  Ida to i"und up the \ %  turned, but be that he did not hat with him A %  %  imorous, as he .vfth a partecUj face. (the day, Governor that prorogation would be made next Tueadai et 3 p.m., but no %  %  ol tame, from Mr Brancker to I enimeiii. Brtgadc i Its full complement of m very thought of a really bad lire u Brtdaatoarn makai one tu •treaath, it M Miecr folly to percontinue ''loomed with relief all in ll; Viberta. But exploration has not been confined to Alberta. Wildcattmt; is under way in the neighbouring provincea o( Saakatehewan, Manitoba and British Columbia. With proven reserves ol 1.1 billl i i .i.'id with a much ited potential, based on the size of the prospecting oree, the pnlriea of Western Canada promita to rival Texas as one of the U in North A: At the r>; | roductiotl is being curbed for lack of refineries and tranaporta%  I terl has been made on a 1,900 mile pipeline which in 1951 will join Edmonton to Superior, Wisconthe head ol From Will l>e transported in tankers to i lo, for refining and then.. em Canada, Any surplus will go to the oil-hungry communities of the midd bring to Canada much :ollars. Until that time the flow of Alberta oil is being regulated against the day when it can flow south, east and west to the ready m.. [ng it. For Albei .. e oil boom pi I golden era in the province's hiatorj in 1MB.the province, Which owns most of the mineral right 1 11 "Hi toes, it-ins and royal-. ally Alberta hopes to n I its annual revenue from oil industry.' Pi Mnds to benefit from! he increased government revenue. Returns ."rom the oil industry are paying for a large i school: movements. The' municipalities tOO ill receive larger tax revenues as a result of the oil bonanza. order to-day from Sianstfviti Scott A fife. i.Ul. Don't Mm These Foot Buys!! Haai TODMO IWMH Cow & Gil Gluww turn n.wtn SinncM* Ihun CWnsi CMny CMVM Dhd CMWM CMmi wt*i, cm Alymws Atpwt*. fa Mrredith k Dm l^w, CrUpi .. Kaaaaa i CoAUrdi Whnt DRM I no) nu o*i p*r b*. $&&* Jth& fcaibh • NEW BRIDAL SPLENDOUR AND ELEGANCE HERE TO ENHANCE ALL SPRING BRIDES DA COSTA & CO, Lm DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT pcalins for %  .i *en*e bound uji witli %  i Walltil i treatment of %  %  ... %  %  • ilisli Amliassaidoi In Paris Appeals For Hospital old and deatttute patient* A\V\ attention in Parii In an English iodern maternity block. Up-Uiatmosphere lies in the !( living iii |>aru r the 1 feet, a Urge outIncludlng a The ituh real£,0W *.*. ,ne income awaaujl %  •i haven Tot the Mck. The fully year 1 estimated deflclt. th11 %  I lh.lt :i i him in i -uecewfulW ci< to ol IK ( O U R£4DS SAY Hoipiul hulo spend and ridicule and viUb 0 annually. The income Mrniga win, lack of commnnniiM :.n;: peril -on for our iire.. respect of those paHouse of Representatn, _-BK-*!!!! u dl '' lhc V %  *• .l>as_voted lo ul lu sthat that ". "'"•",%  "" %  "umaieu oencit. uwruore. Can this insultin. ?)3 .?. V. Ur *"^ S S! ,•[ %  •' B, "" h ""<"""• l '•>. and it is a Ing be attributed to cSmjin %  : %  ; fff!\. — widens, since T& answc, : constant increase in the cost with half while adding to the and and I',. '" ot >>S. while adding to the and who ii IK>I tl providing 1 "' !'>' wkcharge of the hospitals maintenwill realize the lb iw in .1 foreign land. ance. makes it at the same timo ace of I more and more difficult for ui erous patron-, to post-war condmona have added contrtbuUons. I burden of the hostheir .wm as Unless this gap can be bridged. died upon there Will bl DO course Sorthe tf hospital but t in AnThi. thi lose its nkable; the (im n d 1 am free sure that British peoali of liberty—i. „ igei t I IMI Salmon %  Kippers Mackerel Fruitt & Vegetables Cabbage — Tomato String Beans. Carrots Beets



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-r f RlPAV. MAW II II, MM BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE pleads Not Guilty To Manslaughter Charge ii FRED PRESCOD. a young Christ Church lad plead,.„„, nifltj" < manslauKluor at ihc Court of Grand Scscharged with killing 21-year-.,M n Lodge Road on the night of October 31.1 •MaPat'Of St. Andrew 116 Yrs. Old ..IS CHBISTIAN KF.LLMAN. Esrsn gSriFnncttKellman ] JfSiSrwid children but is a: ifflivmfi wth her two C2L Teresa Kellman. hci Bt *"" %  %  w tr.ii% £ £d >n who was killed In ^^rTst S,v, rll oJrt wimlnlstcrs Holy Com2E u> hrr al her DOOM rtfUbrlv. nEFEU""TO a letter in Our R Readers Say of Wednesday'* fJLS,e. under the head •GyraEro*. R T MWhelin. Corns'of Po""'. told u,e Au„aV reittrtej that at preeent Tit nol'DOtolbie to have the gy^ traffic system in Ti nfJJ letter suggested to the —mnu oner a gyratory system jJSSlir Square by ehminati.ll crow traffic in the Square. S Commissioner said that while t inpreciated that it certainly %  an Ideal system (or traffic to no 1. w .v around Trafalgar Square „ti no tnlenection streams, thu ncson why Inter* ctinfi In nn IP> a t present allowed is to reve the congestion ol traflk gran the Vktoris Bridge which mid result if there was no cut jew the Chamberlain Bridge He pointed out that if a stronger vd wider Victoria Bridge WM aected in place of the preeeni one, "well men, by all means the gyratory system would be put into operation". „ . ID answer to a question about toore Car Patts, the Comml %  Id that the question of providing %  ore puttnfl ;i rnatHr [or consideration (or the %  uthontles concerned. T H'ENTY-OM. Vi;.\K OLD Mi Geoffrey Allen, second Mr. William Allen ol Clevedale. Black Rock, was injured on Wednttday evening after he fell from %  beam at thu West Indian Distilleries. He aai taken to the General Hospital In an uncon%  oOus condition and detained. It 15 understood that he fell while exercising ami struck th bark of hu bead on the cemented floor. He is articled to the lirm of Messrs Yearwood Ac Boyce. Sol leitent of James Street. I T IS t'N OK R STOOD that 1 David Forde of Horse Hill, St. Joseph was injured when he fell from a motor lorry on Tamarind Bill Road on Tuesday. T IE LOSS of two slur HOJO was reported by Beryl Blackmail ol Maries dap, Christ Church. She stated thai thl %  ere removed from .1 bleaching •ot near her residence (M oay. A CASE PBI 1] gin broke out i>ed at Hie General Hospital on the morning of November .. about an hour after he had been rushed there suffering from a stab entre of the forenead. y ll that there had been light between I'rescod and Mosey who carries the nickname of Sammy Geese", and that Mosely had been wounded in the course >ght. I .Justice is iiver the Court. Piescod'a counael ta Mr. D. H. L %  taaoa, K.C., Solicitor Gene continues to-day. Kvidence Pint to tain lha Mand was Dr. A, s. Cato. He said that on NoIMS\ hi, had performed examination on Leonard MDnaly of Uxlge Road, hurch. Death had occur10 twelve hours before inexamination. There was a .ilab wound over the centre of the forehead throe quarters 1 I long, quarter of an inch wide, ana exundlng down to the bone. A portion of the skull was dug out and lying on the scalp. The brain was exposed. Left fiontal in area of ichaa by a third of an inch. There was irehaemorrhage over the iid base of the brain. The lungs were congest*-d with air. .irt and abdominal organs .vei.normal. There was some in tin.* right kidney. Death had been due to cerebral haemorrhage and laceration of ....> pointed insim. terabit force COUld have caused the m)ury— %  uch . i' H was laid to reet yesterday evening at the family burial place to the Northern efad Of iheCathedral m.. the corps' ai the Western gate o| the Cathe%  A-here it was borne into edral for funeral service Bvartng the bodv were Eton Frae* C. Hutson M.L.Cfc, Sir Saint. Kt. CM G O.BE HOB. G D. L. PUe. O BE.. Dr Charles Manning. Dr. Lindsay Hut-on, Mr. Q. F Sharoe. Mr • WE. Tucker. Mr. George It The Gox-ernor was rajpn the funeral by bil PnVBta M W l-.mbert The very Rev. Dean llutchtnm ii>rfurmed the funeral rites. %  Sammy Geese" only as him. In the written statement he said more than one person had attacked him. He heard a rumour al a late stage in his investigations that "Sammy Geese" had been carrying a dagger or .sword. He had heard lha; "Samn had a row with 1 girl tailed Rubv Belgrave. He never heard that "Sammy Geese" had tnxi %  %  1th the sword or dagger A statement had been taken from Belgrave. He was not sure if she had mentioned the dagger. The impression that he had got; jj", „ bid farewell to four during his investigations was that Iflclr ^'"patriots who are retlrthe row between "Sammv Geese' lK and others who are pending and the gtrl had taken plare U fore the accused came into the 1 Tnos *' 'Ctu nig were Sgt. Elcock affair. It was alleged that "Sammv 1 wno scr\-ed for 40 years leveland Jones .md Revmonth*. He joined the Force 111 nold Phillips had been walking r fflrcn I910 and WM Promoted to together that night. 1935. In i44 Dr. D. D. Payne said that at %  %  been brought to the Casualty. Ha %  %  lha was deeply shocked and romat,-. A as proHe had a punctured wound in Ibi Bant In I8H and '•entre of the forehead. He was. '" IMS he was awarded the admitted to 1 ward where It was ( revealed that the spinal fluid WM Mattel, lb pure blood instead of being a clear this medal in 1944. Plantation, St Philip, at about him the knife, he told him that 1115 p.m. on Wednesday and dm %  ""' %  T'.JKIH froyed thin, and %  hall •" L ,' ^ 1 %  JCODd crop np,. i.,n.The canes 1 that deceased had curled n in arethep IO pvn% uf Messrs. IS. and the mouth, that he had a x B. Smith nf Thicketts, St. Philip. 11 Polic'f men Say (ioodbye To The Force YESTERDAY at District A' Station, a large gathering of Police Sergeants as well as Sergaanta, who retired many years ago, gathered ied about an hour afterwards. Doiihitul Shown the kmf Paj-ne said he was doubtful about that having caused the injury. Ward: The wound nva '.he impression bntrunent used WM mort like pick, Cpl. Goring corroborated the Sgt. Ho* ard. So did P.C. 164 Sgt. Ivan Thompson well known for his ad %  An Hour In Some Broad St. Alleys I AN Adveoate Range I inspected I aaing mi*. %  UJfl yeetenhu myinuig hninti nig..— Lukes \h* A where hawkers sell vegetable* and fruit. Kotten oranges arm tomatoes scattered around. Trays nearly in the centre of the roauway. Banana skins, pea husk cabbage leaves, cocoanut shells and 1 igarette boxes knocking -round In the gutters. Push carts ip the passage Up and aown the alley of pi Alley badly in need of a washing Uolton l^ne: Grass and otiu-i ahrnhbary growing m the gutter lean. Manchealer 1-me I' [awken blocking the enStreet. l-tiu .-IT LjJM rce in 1913 ..iid wosi w .hich [omatiy Baraaant In 1938. He was awarded the Colonial Police I,ong Service Medal in 1948 and up to th %  Joined 111 l!H I I % %  % %  tember 1914 Car Dtanaged In Accident The right rear fender of the motor mr M. 763 was slighll> damaged when It became Involv e.t in an accident with the lorr M 1848. which was being .tn\. by Arthur Green of Camnglon Village, atong Delghtons Road. St Michael, about 1 p.m. yesterday. The car is owned and was beim It McKenzle. Victoria Btreat, City The lorrv parts >>t Payne ol rpper cotiymore Rock. Schooner Brings Firewood Schooner "Felicia Monica" an* "Princess Louise' culled vester;:iging with tons of firewood, 310 bags o: copra. 451 bags of charcoal, cocoanuts and fresh fruit. FnUcta Monica from British Qu "Princess Louise" from St Luoil The Schooner Oi tion. are local agents "I im a proud consuner ol GOAT CHOW e cows begin their younx ones on . CALF STARTENA Ihtaln.bl. Iroa II. J A BON JONES C.. Ltd. W.V.W.V.V.V.V.V and aare Insured, AN ACCIDKNT occurred at % %  about 12.15 p.m. on Wedncs•y on Hincks Street batwaan notor lorry M-878, owned by M. L lljinson of Fontabelle. and wiven by Darlington PWlllpe of auek Rock, and another lorrv, *n*d by Kendal Plantation and wiven by Osbeit Pucki Cumea Hill, St John. The right front fender of Kendal t lorry wu dan A VOSK1.RS m 8, inven by J* Giles Hmds nf First Avenue, ew Land, and a horse drawn fe in Ins hand, and that when he) mi ins hand, "Sammy d got cut. %  • ,d n"l d ments, accused had been informed that he was chai %  icauuonad bin Aceuaed had made a voluntary statement. n tt i tncai conu -xly of MOS-, •d se*" •!* %  The knife and clothing had been %  ,. Dr. Wal%  nni,ent Itacler.olog.. PC. Ethelbert Sargeant toWl after the beginning (N the Court he had accompanieo; War I. Hi 'ted to Mosely to the Hospital. iSen. Allan Forde. an Island Consi^Colonial Police he had been going al UMlal. Lodge Road in the night Mrtng were October 31. he heard the noise] former Sgt. Major of peoii:> iring Col accused running towards bio and the accused ran into Hum H Tree Gap He (witness) condny. %  %  .,) were ued up the road. Further up, h< saw three people, and Springer, who %  tried to rouse. The man said Col nothing. He got in touch arith : Witness continuing told .mi that having Sergeants had to Skeete Hill %  11 of the accused had been arrested. Hi had not known "Sanum : formed. before. Hi Phillips went down l gap to go home. Mosely croeei accused and said "1 %  want to beat me". Mosel> "loosed" a cuff at PTescod. The cuff caught Prescod and the ten. started to struggle. Prescod was og all the tine as advancing. ". own*i ; llK i di ivenTby Benja[ ad the" do! %  : A1W ln % %  J ordan of Bush HnU, WW ., h i ha d "'In*'"" 1 "J !" n that the felt hat ww g!" l*W in in .nndcnl on Bank Ulpros. Bmil a| about 4.00 p.m. ft Md 'Tm NOHni Lawn Tonnis Club *• I 1 bv holdiliK ^i *h S.lp lo-morrow, April I, 5 "* %  %  %  r"*." 211 II jj IJ 1 'ei IM IHII • THI: I. o-5u nwnpd b> Mr ^Q* Cane ol L* !" ".' inv !" by Mis%  ""Mil Walk.-r wu Im %  •ccid.ni on Mount Wilton J"J with a b'ryclo i iddm by *Jf; Marnhall o( Spa. St. Joseph. A*by M.nnall was lattr Mkrn ZJ*" General Hospiul ant) fc 2 h lc bcadlanip of JJJ unasbfd whilithi [^ nunuvely damasoil Okii %  ine rosdad that the weapon which deceased was have had in hi* hell like a cutlass than n N,x: witness vears in Polic %  tliMid S, r\i. ( ng Sergeants had rendered good %  m gofrtt1 i "bad 'i %  rted when %  igeonts >tarted. conditions were more difficult, but %  :hat in the Police Force each member must pa i %  irossoss th he hoped that the footstep He said thai ii nuch as possible %  • hut that has to soda bottles. Donkey-.art pariatM m the centra ol lha roadway l.ivrrpHd lane: Kairly clean ; ound. Ilifgiiuofi LaaM One of the most untidy alleys. DOOI Jow shutters place.! at the Broad Street entrance and fornunn ;. blockage. Hits of card. A large %  bills 'ommissioner of PoUca told the Advocate raatatday thai in the abaanca i %  • City marital and as a result of Pob I ttan are forced to move highways and go into than %  ither hand .1 n toU lha) Advocalr I %  .ileys. th< filthy eondltionItributad to • %  %  (ran ail < kata that the Sanitary Dei". ild an>ntQ) .1 regular Alley Staff to keep lha : anch oul from Broad Street, clean. Butter COIIH\S To Aid Hou8ewivts THE islands supply of bultei was increased by 1.696 eases i tinned butter (ran t 85 cases of peanut butb Brisbane alien port h %  asday. nan) rived Just In time for tl %  i.md. %  hich arrived here from Austranada up of me*'.. About 260 cad %  ol among the supplies taken %  # bourne Egg pulp, mutton, Bi od earroLs samples, icecream mix 1 >IIH %  from that ;. From Sydney, brisket beei %  at, al %  1 %  U .. %  pudiiinK and peahrjj mixture), custard powder, vanilla %  %  Trinidad whenit l tierces of oranges (or tl d.Ut_ '* %  '"' at.l ifherageshe pieaance "' blcaal 3Sr,1.7r ,,h r The rtit ol the recalled leatold Mr Wart JonM 1 tarwd to beat He had sword in hi Pracod came up after the nfht Mod) and Prc~-od m to each „ v Nrx, "* • walking with us SdtS* 1 "" ? Z"%to\ tartad to lllbt K, "thev loughl. Mowly wa, re1 £r and R" '- IT*: -v v";; and run down Use road Mo~ y .„ mtablini. Mid e.an-ua'1) relton Let^l "*-*, |aKi' I k o tog.th" Is are Mesara Da "-oat: a> ..11 iiate : Co. Ltd. We have lull received a Heaiitiful assortment of . LEATHER NOVELTIES (Hand Painted) With tin Crest of the . umvrasrn WKST INDIES and al) wllh the Creat of IIARll The porfacl Memento to send to that friend abroad BAG PUR8I HOOK MAI1KKK POCKFT KNIFE (In caae) SMlll'I'INt; PURSE KEY CASE i LEAF NOTE UOOK SIKII'PINti LIST HAIR CHIPS MANICURE /.Il'P Pt'ltSE (2 kindal STAINLESS KNIIT In case In cue) sili IE HORN im caae) SET TRAY PURSE (2 kinds) FOLDING itl'l.l; MANICURE SET BOX COVER CARD CASE MAGNIFIER in caae) l TOIIAt CO POUCH [UPP] FRUIT KNIFE tin caae) POCKET WALLET CIGARETTE CASE ZIPP WALLETS (u. Map of Harbadoa. Shoaj Windoir RKITi: HI UHUilll \|| LTD. £ooking %r J^eauty in 3$edIsime apparel? YOU SHOULD INSPECT THESE LADIES NYLON NIGHTDRESSES shirred It.ulixiiivitiu.m ..nil mh frilled sliculdrr make ideal glfU. trap*. These are LADIES ART SILK NIGHTDRESSES In flowered Jer%r>. LADIES SATIN NIGHTDRESSES I laatalilH irlmmed. In While. I'irik and Blur. HARRISON'S BOAD ST. USE A RIPPINGILL.ES BLUE-FLAME STOVE FOR EASY & CLEAN COOKING A.S.BRYDEN& SONS (B DOS) LTD. AGENTS. These Items have the Hall Mark of Quality lor Men uau Mom ..: %  .—44 ins. %  Ml M IMIKIII mils. Whtta cotton hemstllcheil with Initials I ... li 41c. II iNDKI K( nil Is %  ,.lle.l i... n II.I: II \Mlhl 111 llll I with Initials %  aak .... •.. ( KI.ANISE SILK I MIIKIM Ml RA1HAC PYJAMAS otton ami wool waist From $1.22 ta $1.91 for travelling. Striped .„f. w—tl H.n MM it sit.21 JANI/I s 1. \1 I I I It I \K• I I r. CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LID. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street Khaki & White ', lainatli llilsl Pair sl.M IAKTZEN n till -IIIVIM cleans everything smoothly and speedily!



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I' vl.K SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATfc / > RIDAY *AC, POND'S COLD CREAM VANISHING CREAM SKIN FRESHENER FACE POWDER LIPSTICKS. BEAUTY AND YOUTH deserve good care ^"HFN you fed Imleu. tired and depTC&eJ ihc ie*on dm >yuI blood %  thin and pule— without enough ml blood-corpuwlo *od your affttl arc vaajE jnd undcfDourMbcJ New rma Mood-corpuiclvi Wh you need is a course of 1m*m* M"m Tonic lood Sjnjt.t^n DBOMMI ihc MO Krc-i iHivl.-huildifntlooJv—oiBdnnphotplioru. •ad %  rama which build up new fcdi.ofpu,ie in >our Wood jnd iced nur *naV.nnfi] ihu. dj. in dl) filhnt .oui hod* teilou>nc tiukly.hMdtbaadhapet onaeooneol 'Sirurtogwi today, ruin tint! ilrugniuli • NMflr ln\i< tOUII restores health, >outh and tilahtY SAXATOUE.Y IMIOAUUMY '•'" ,,s ""• -"> -• MM .. M.H l-Ll.ll, BAG. .„ ,.„., ,„,„ B ,„, fc ..„ „„„, u (f_ ^ _. M MW "* i — Mm .AC mm ...i. i. ..,„. BU„ M K, d ""'" %  nun nan .„ WMW. H,.„„ I... U M :., i HMn | ANKMT. u wu. %  .. A Hat ..... M IIKISS SIMM' LIGHT & POWER THE PHANTOM A HMM..CAI.F ';OMWAKA.AK>SEsEt' %  AI.DTHEMES4ASE is'iW. V AM BETTER MlSiVxJ COMES OOfT DIANA' GIVE irTOHIM-' LIKE Fl IM WILL' ILJ^E^U^aRAY MOORES TROUBLE FREE "LISTERALTERNATOR SETS T-" %  %  D,ES OKIVEN Al.TENATO8 K.W. I* i K.M. 1 K.W. 2 %  • .; M cpUfe wilQ Irtl-fcMjJ, 4Dd AuU,ni.U. Volta ,. KifuUlori. ^ ^ COMPLETE RANGE OF SPARE PARTS IN STOCK: me B \Ha tint* wmmamv ud. SPECIAL CLEARANCE RECORDS % %  • n DUala .. SOMI.i. "" % %  BEAI'TIFI I Jo* Lou BUMBLE BOOGIF '" L " BLL'ESOFTM. ""*"* *" BLl-FS F 01i DA COSTA & Co.. LTD. ELECTRICAL DEPT. QUAKER Offi give more nourislaaaj ,0 !jejp children grew OWOC NU1IH lUAUAln "'"'-"P;.. Add t*. win ^2Sf CAMOMIMAIIi t,, '*^f VIIAMIN! ,, — „, f/wnits to the Irium in Pepsodent!" Vcs. Pepsodent is the onl> toothpaste that contains 1-IUBL Aot there's no more dlccln .: suhManceihanlnaBkl* to dental science Y liniea-ncc whentaelnoaii Pepsodent removesihe dulling suinsand harmful flfcB ft 0 "-"*!! —there 'sne glamout. added brillianato yiMmW THE TOOTHPASTE WITH IRIUM •(/& WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. Inc. B. (i. Grasp This OpportuniO IK OUt I kLDEPABfl" SS | | M quote >"U ull A.C. MOTORS (^



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACK ^—-^^T-irsJlieni con%  M nry cheap C I* ""nslW condllion F.Sf-W^.SAfiE IT 11 T le BAmMOAKAOI %  'CM si^S^^IT, 1-— ~—wd Quem*e> giving J5S-*f ,K?Su Appl> Boyaon &ii"Srs, SB, Philip 31 3.5-2n nECTWCAL _,., riotti** WaOdnii %  BOID uiHimi NET HOOPS can llM *" <""""" """VfU Jo MWAIIUI PUTS rrriNr.s si,. L~1 lirt, Ifc It. •: "1_'. '' r:r. To. Co T"'"J"r S (KHANICSL -S555L*; S5SS 1 •--' „ "KIMU. airf lower ifr!t """JS m -i ..j^" ~ ,.i •,"• %  a ..'"', £ IftLVAKISEO PIPE HKB* %  fcilU *lranled PH* %  ?* *£*' fWTK TYRES i *>' H P* 4(* rwll "st n^pi>rtnllv M IW< %  "Wi GsTSra I.a Phone_ AMI nroRm YOU WANTFT> fr, here -nd they're Keen K alanari and Bin* records. HnumIBiiVl Ro* vooels by An BB BaHeri. H1U* Bn.lhers -It A Barnes. Bt Co U> J.50I f • ^K5Jlira}NR-**emeld PI" 1 %  Mr ernboaacd Of IntereM to c W f> Richard. AS*> I'HWtWl I rfl.1 : tf art hrrebv wwf**! dH In mv wife ClaAHlCF. eTAI.Y %  8i *** %  t Hn bU rosse'I •tenonsible for her or mmr'intr am 'lent tw me unless by n .niw CARS' SF-AIY Dean'* I.i/u* My lWWTHI ,,**tk* MOd reference Apply %  W Hula*. TOST ATTT.MPT" %  aBa* Hill 31 3 50-ln A OrMlAL WAIT) %  %  P** * bt able to rook lVfrrence"•*•*. ApplyBex Rt. I 31 SSe—?" ***TO 11QIEDIATEI.Y an {•tweel rook, apply with reference ti %  "*". Pine mil. si 31S !—2n *2PX.T MANAOFJI m JJiB-ek-lw^Sfnall Ho'. 2^' tulUWc middle xi o. re 5M£!1 "i'' ,i: '' 4f Wrt 1 Box M SI 3.5tV-3n l2?n"w IhM M to M Mr. Cyrl) T„._ Oodrlncion Hill. TV->p1.ii 30 3 Wn *[fUJE0US S^~~ %  "> c~, io m .'or four months. Apply fUiDh A iv... 30 3 SO-Jn ciiLicinu^siwm con.! T h,. if^n-omn. fully furivlshrd Board. Hardwood Allay nfoniS t M01 30.3 SO—fa i Bay. lor four to ux rnonlhi Fully for. -lsh.4 w.ih llnrt. and cutlery studiufcrr car al*> ruppliad ii ,,. further particulars phone P r Muffrl J787 or B330 oX^r 4pm 3 SOtv OITICE-Ha.1111 si n t Io W n llutehinaon Co rv further partin, lars aoply W. B Hutchlnaon b Co lta.S0-!fn FOK 1UWT. From HI April Upatac rrmi< No € Swan r~Ut Aawnov or MmtUr lypr CnmaM ImmodUUly on Prrmiar. N w Swan Strae-t. si ? %  UTS HOUSt -Lucas swe*, A da irable htuitwea stand. Wi'lixlurw and furniture Contact 'mmrd: iirlv Than I ftroa Pnnce Willl-ni Hrni Sire*! Dial 34M. H nmOAXOW, %  > mi taping -e mal "OM, iiaiinvi fin-rushed fm *l' onmforn. Encllsh balh* with hen'— hovers. tAlrphonea. vnindah* Tel' %  '"'" %  ^ft 11 %  "'III II MM It is '£25 *' ">' &f •rnad by obtalnlnf ordan for pHaai* Christmas Cares fror our frtartda. No previous experlenr laca-Bary. Wrlla today for beautiful freHampla Book to Britain* largrat ,„, '..emoai PublUhar.; hl(heat commlawo. •larvelloui money making oppcriunily riARiiAnos iim MBVI %  AKHOriATION ,„ DIVISION III All jbordinate member, of ilw QfrV^ment S-rvlca at* asked I ..*• Town Ifall on aatadI • p -l to which thay u *kc a special effort to attend AOKNVA i A panaral talk on ,.. service ra-iubordlnate employta. 2. Select n manacinc „, : A. B I vv.s 30 3 SO-*, DivlsloruU Sec.etar, NOTICE "AKBAjyOS. IN THK A8SIKTANT COI'BT OF APPEAI. Re Workn^en Oornpen-iion Act, 1H3 Notice Is hereby Aver, that Jamei Hbrrn of Clevedale BUok Rock In th. •rlah of Saint Michael, emploved ItMr. Norman I> nils as a quarry labour er waa iniured by falllnK %  iwiuHnj the quarry m which ha w working; and died ast a result of the ui Irvlurlaa and that Compenastlot, haV been i-id Into Court. All the Dependants of the above % % %  mrd decnaiiid are hereby required ( % %  nuoar at the above-named Court on Wednesdsty the 5th day of April ISSC ol 10 o'clock a m Daled thla 37th day of March IV60 r. v. GIIJ A4 Clerk A C A ?i> i : i .i NOTICE Eatale Ot SAMI'Rl. IIAMPDEN Dacoauad %  HEHEBY GIVEN that a)> peraona having any debt or claims atfami" 'he Estate of Samuel Hami*!.'!, i Baxters Road In the City of Brkajatown this Island, Raker, who i and on the 3ih day of Sept. estate, are requested to send In pai ticulara of their clalma duly attested I 'he undarsqrned GEORGZ HEM wriXIB. CUC L W. Clarke A Co SolK'itum, James Street, Brldnelown. Oi or before the Mth April 1960. after wh data I shall proceed to dlsUibule the -••rt* of >he dfceaaed amon.entltlaxl thereto havlnr. raa>rd onl' %  uih clalma erf which I shall then have lad notka and I will not rath*) nasals or any part Hi-mf dislrtbuted to any pereon o* whose debt or claim I shall not then have had notice And all peraona indebted to the sal' K-Ute are requested to eettkt their indeblednea* without delay. rVed tM Mth day of Fa* GEORGE HKNRV Wll-KIK Ailnilnlstrator of the F>ute of Samuel Hatmpden. deceased 1 SO> WAKT* TO IIT -31 3 Jo*n j Wanted to Buy %  MaS' r ^ D WORK f UI ra-iala S" *m Wu "'. Trafalgar Street. == -— •" 3 S0—3t. NOTICE Re E*ate of MARY PRANCES MIL1XR DegsMrMd NOTICE is herabv Bhtn that aa -on. having any debt or rlalm ag or Aflccting the Batata of Mary France* Miller, deceaaad, late of School -*> %  Halls Road, In the parish o( fmlnt r.flchael In this Island. Spinster, who died at School lam* aforeamld on the 17th day of January IteO, ox requaeied to send In particular* of their claims duly Minted to the undrralgnad Edith Viola BJenmen C/o Meaar* Ha>nea At Griffith. Solicitors, No. I Swan Street. Bridgetown, on or before the 3lt day oi Mav, I860 ailer which data I ahall Pfceed to dUtrtbuta the aaaeU of tn* deceased among the p-rtlea entitled thereto hvlng regard only to such ckuma oi which I -hall then haw had not! I will not be liable for th* aaaata or any part thereof ao distributed to any person M whoae debt or ctaim I shall not then have had notice. _.. And all pereoni Indebted to the asm <*ii.le are requested to settle their inlUbtedness wllltoul delay. rx.ied this llh day of March l)0. EDITH VIOLA !HJ3iM<\-*' Qualined Executrix of the •nil of ,.IAY FRANCXB MILLJ dacaMM^ "^W" LICENSE NOTICE &^an^t 0, LucUa O'—Uift. ^SrS.r —*— ^tan •^S^V^BX^MAN. -lal* %  •Wrata. Dial mJLTION ,i Cable and ,rd, St. Ijwience Gap. on Thursday next 30th Ma-ch. %  ' nn n *' %  oollectlon of Planks, old lumbar, were! block •!*-*• a collection of Pme Tables *f?**£L how every"d done ,„d lhc> \ s 1 a were very [lleuty. with ; which he hld^ducf •a ihe aftain of the partjh. Mr F c. Goddard also spoke terms „t h e .T, had cmMou, I* ..uties as Churchwarden. lakkM the members for their kind rtmirkB Sr?"-" 1 "' H. St. G. W.TS the new Churchwarden. Q Gittcns seconded. -;..mously euiMd ilfouf Churetn Un, him. He said %  %  4 to uw aboUti Ut he hoped Ih,.i %  a so on I cry • • ouid cooparaU aa m done m KSM Intern! <.jtEoin 8 • nleo. he said that he never got ruffled and look interest in the running of the •iffairs of the parish lor the work ne lad done. Ml %  %  %  %  • %  -" II ti ..nd Mrs. 11. A !" !" nd junior lively. felt that Mr notion to Mr. (, scd Mr. Drayton tor nominating him bul declined owing to i. :ime. Mr. M \i |.„ AIM Sen Cachalot, sen \u D-Ortac. Sch Anita H Sen Eta J** !" %  trl aitiamul O Crordon. Sch. rriaaueji Fieejv, *n TuriGeralrUna H •**, Gardenia W Sch. Blue Nose Mar. Sch Hi Sch Keaunald N. Wallace, ra Tapt. ARMVALat Sch Pnnceea Louaw. 34 ton* not. all, from St Luria. AganU. 9ch tor H..1 S Sunmor*: SS. Comineoia> S Mercator: SS Ijbeiv Oolorea' S S EHrarbeth S S rarre HUU Z -. MornuKland SS Celestial SS Akxxa ItlgTUn' Warpa taounialn: S S Can Cardifl: S.S Akxaa ~ DKPARTt'rUH aai Philip H Darvidaon al tuna net, i .*>i ramur, for Untie). Guutu, Aglent* -cnooner Owarrra 1 AwcUiu. *h Haaeil Sw.n, 30 ;,„. Marks, lor St VlrarM Owner* A-. M V Carare* 33* ton* Ttmidad. Agenl nmaii Co Ltd •UtRlYALS BY 11 >^ from Trinidad: Alan Pterr HuMditaon. Daniel Nieunxsrk. Aunder, Warki ^xrViola Williams .' il nm raaawnrUr Irrencc Hawkn •tanaai Porullo: Joseph JudxI Tom St. Lucia: George Adama rlesir> Bel % %  ^UrUl>4il [•a'ARTVTWa BY B.W.I A L For Trinidad .... rat*semen Mr Rek.] rat .;.!•. Mjar ,'orui Seileel Mlea Carol !,} Medfurd Mrw\i.. a ttmOtm For Cuidad TrujUlo: Mr Vertwin SpeirTht; Mrs Hwaalyn -a rf-iler. Mr. Paul SaiI .^efr Ooniaslves: %  .UI: Mss Havtrive White Mrs Eathet r n Mr. 'rthur Plewa: Mr • Braar.-...rl lle-wMr Jotu. Ilatn~'i. • %  Mr* Arnutnde Osrrlere. Mr. Frnest i lien Stock Market Pleads Not Guilty Oi .Mauslaughter LON1XJN, M... The new traalUifl period, which oe*un in Uie London Si .nunge la .,i ihreg %  .iay—sumcient to ousincss at low %  1850 was without mati .lui'nce on price* tc-d ill wi-ic null and mixiM Bntlah funds wenwithout notable alteration, allnuuKii U 0Ccasionai miprovemeiu in ed. Industrials ind were harder where ch..: %  provincial buying. 11 Policemen Say Goodbye To The Force • fraga pace 5 He then wished BWM 'ionslife and prolonged happiness In NtfetraMDt Sgt Major Franklin next moved a vote of thanks and this was seconded by Sgt. Inni-s Sgt, Klcock. who ip-jkc OD bamUll rvUring, thanked the Commisi'olice for urnaniMiig Ibc Function. The function was climaxed with Sgt. Thompson singing mans Lot." and l\ Doodle All Day."' Cpl Best and Bgotdgman RoUock oi 'be Hand gave Comic Sket* %  Sgt. Brathwaite took the place of Capt. Ralson Band. At the end. the retiring Sergeants led the Band tn a march around the Square. Those pending retire men: an Cpl. W. Norrts. who Joined in 1946 and is being invalid,-,, out of the Force after being injured whileOD duly al S. i Constable Blavkman who joined in February 1 £r>19Me • 30 year.s 1 month Captain Suspended GLASGOW. for 3 years by a Court here corn stranding and total Ice* of the 7.750 ton London cargo ship "Janet. ( %  Iiuiie*' oil the Argentine coas last April. •UX1 found Uul u.iii> traa cauaad by default o .tin J. A. McCore i;.ind. The chief I I Court hi wrote up his log Eron the aliere log. He "aa se\eiel> iCprimandt-d, rad of realponsibilily to: the .stranding and loss of thi I H N| —(Renter. 20Kilkdi ."ilHnjur.il MANILA. March 30. Groups of d; said to be 1.000 • I i %  south of Maiul.i KCOrdinfl to le I IVfJd "> the t 11 .if 'Mile and 50 injured, the raj i — Reulrr SHIPPING NOTICES Canadian National Steamship* Barbados Baibadoi • from page a %  d i wont to the Police n and leported it." TO Mr. Ward: After the iim light Mosely went on Duratit's .i.ined, he did not h.i\. :!.. iword. Me did not hear Mosely tlucatt-u 1're.sMe had seen Adolphuv ill bj tbi tirst light. I bOU llrew.sler speak Mi atlj Reynold Phillips added his brief quota to the evidence. He hud what had happened bet w een Mosely and Prescod. At this stage the Court adjourned until 10 a.m. today. i.ovi IIA>II \i Minns 1-s.OY RODNEY 1-ADY NBJtON IAUY HGDNEV t-M>Y NE1SUM IADY RODNEY MlMHHtH siv IADY RODNEY IADY RODNEY 1-ADY NUi-os IADY RODNEY 11th tea] MM \U\ Nth May Uth Mar LaV An >r.| June 3rd Jul. Sih Jti Bth Apr 13rd apt rsii' lath June Hth Jul, lath Mtfa An ITth AP lWh AM JSlh Apr SU. M ai ath rrtaylTth May Sth June letn J..., lath June nth JtUMStth Sth July STIh ^ Mth Jell :ui Aua Ml. I l-t Jim 10th July — tth Auc 13th J.il llth Ai.. N.B.—Subject to chance without noUM. All vcaset, ritted with rold *torage CBaM bera. Paaaancer Farea and frelchl latee on applacatlon to ; — GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. A f enU. I'ubiir timUm Cmd Al'POINTNENT Or IIAKHUI R \Ml SHIPPING HArBTaxt, HARKAIHis Applications are invited for the ixjst of Harbour and Shipping Master Barbados. Applicants must be the holdei of | MrtlAcatO as Master of a foreign going ship, or must have attained the lank of Navigating Lieutenant or any higher rank in His Majesty's Navy. The post is pensionable with >akuy .-it the rate of $3,840 per annum. Applications with eopiM Of 'testimonials should be addressed to the Colonial Seereiar>. Public Huildmgs, Bridgetown, and should reach him not later than the 30th of April, 1950. 3U.3.50—2n REAL ESTATE inn || mt board and "h.nale huuic mth t*o brUiuuM.k Kiandlnc on about *s acre of land situate in Sea Via Lsicelles Plantation. Priced I or ra U-rriit. See HAROLD PROVERBS oi co LTD. Z3J.se, aaxdJa. Ker for sale to public comiKtition on Friday the 31st Dai of SUrtli ifW, at 3 p m. al our iXBee Jamas Street The Measuag* Dwelllnc house and •hop -tuale al Tudor Sireet. Brid*eti>*i. BdJoaabal The EcoLf Church standing on IIMI4 aquare feet of land. This properly which I* built of stone comprlsaa a shop to the front and a 'iiUsUng of Bve roi back. i.n^Uicil* and Government vain lor inspection apply on tic prenusas the tenant any day. ii., '.it;-.,. paMlpvain %  •H ; HITCH IN SON . BANFirj.n Solicitors, James Street, IT 3 SOaDWBalalira HOUSE llh 1*80 Mjuare frt of land .ituate at Spruce Street, Brldav' : MO HOUSE with IJtra square le,'i al lard -ituate at Welllnctoii town. A PARCEL OF IAND contalnlni I.Hi) >quare feet situate at Wrunaiot. Street. Bridgetown The above air the properties ol CaminM and will be set up for ,!-;,.CnmpeUtion at lal Offlct. ^o. It James Street Brlda.eton on Ft Ida v. Mat March. 1900 %  tn two above menling houses, apply io th* re•pecllvc tenants. YEARWOOD 4! BOYCE. S4.3-MSn. IHNT.Al/iW AT NAVY GARDENS lU Cool QU %  MM raelea Biertta %  ••• * %  I and Breakfaat Boom* 11 In larder and I ipet and tiled bath. J badroonii -•'i 'h tarn pnasajf and waiei breadfruit and other fruit nd yrd* Sood condlUon, Inspection h ,,ot>ointmer.t OlJ) Archie CI .. 1 The inderifned will offer Io* >ale -* wedneaday the th dafy of *K1 de^lra'bta Cgalow railed -CUB %  RJack Rock, with the lai.J baal Mi. Charlon '.' feu laaee rantauna 1 large^pw*" laivnory and B-. i-ove-nmenl Wa %  %  "' Tor further particulaes .! Sale applv > ..ml l"a.. Si. IaacJa, si Aruba. date ol lanling .ill b.Slvan. B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS' ASSOCIATION I INC.) Coiiaia-noaa. II MAIL NOTICE by UM SchooiH-r -Unitr-I Pill will b. 10 |.m. on Slat Roglgten d liaU it '.'.so : Mari-h. ID50. orihiiiiij Mail .ii 2.10 p.m. nil UM .Uil Mai.h 19S0. lit t.i.r.. in.i.\s.tii v\ mil i FRENCH USE •S'ailiny lo .sailing to Trinidad Plumoufh "MISK" Apui Ma) 19&0 "(.ASCOGNK". Xl'til 19th, 1950 Mth, 1950 "MISH Ma> 9th, 1950 18th, IUJO "UASCOUNK May 24th, 1950 May 31st, 1950 "GASCOGNK June 28th, 1950 July 5th. 1950 ITEM L>dia Pinkhams Compound Phillips Milk of Magnesia UNIT OF SALE Small size bottle Lariir „ 4 ox. bottle 12 oi. ., MAXIMUM RETAIL PRICE 1.70 3c. 2c. Alemion Is drawn of Prices (Defence) (Amendment) Order, 1950, No 12 win. I. will ! %  published in th, Offlcial Gazette of Thursday, Mth March, 1950. 2. Under this OrdCf tin maximum wholesale and retail selling prices of "Beef-Corned'' are aa follows: — For furlhei pai nculars apply to :— R. M. oONES & CO., LTD.-Agents. Beef—Corned WHOI.KSAI.K PRICE (nut RMrfl $17 66 per case of 48 x 12 oz. tins $4.42 par 12 tins RETAIL PRICE (not more than) 10V. per 12 ui. tin. 30.3 REAL ESTATE SEASIDE COTTAOH ood W'' near town, going eheaip. Ph*e W^ VICTOH COT, Rivef Road, itending: on 13V) .q feet of land It ha. closed Sallery. drawing and dlninS room tri oeorooms. W.C and Brltl It ^L' %  tone w,th the roof covered with UW is* and ahlnilaa II I. within aaayhmh nf all the schools and Brtdl Bus la.e. V^ant PO~'-^'•'> tdasarine Lane MJM.-4A. AT UM ofnc* orT the uridalgn*>l p Friday next Mat tautest a I P '. Sm mmmmm Iffl 'auM IfARBADO'* I . shsmraa BARBADOS 1• %  if atair* BARBADOS SJJ THADINa CO >-"rSa-rtre^at!S. fcaa^SSi/ %  •', ,,,f. "* "J*; , iur-n" •** " TO MHItt HAMS XM1 l.llt I l:\MI M ( OKI K \( IOB* Merchants and Government Contr,, gainst the Government are again reminded that payment of all such accounts ahoul fore the 31sl o/ .March, 1950, al the Treasurj;. : Failure to do this will lead 10 payment ol the claim. 28.3.50—2n. jisr mint 100 IAB IH MII\(, )t>iR msrwenon irraa S.P.C.K. BOOK DEPARTMENT /./ FLOOR — C f. BAMBOO* & %  CO, III). '"-"* JPJS measr". lt P "' CAWUNOTON A^ 1 ^,,, "Tot" It CHOICE • DELUXE TAB1X aKXaBL Burner complete • %  r" a** • A LTtLm \ Ht ^NU AII TW tt n*t.k far B.I-,) Ml H1BLE BOOH S Jej" l .".!" Ki..l. 'la this baah UM aalber baa takaa -" -H' "•'! tbra.fb i.. Bisit fraaa G...W. t. lb. A.U -f the Ap-.tl liaise ttntU'Urs a* Saa iwl IIATION Si KOOKIS T. WASBlhuTOS a, Basil Malbe-s 'a ft*sl (all aalharlUllse hiearapky .1 the ikrMl .a-naler s>a isUrirrlrf.i And (aur NOVEL* '.EOHCETTE HEVER in i n .in mi. st'ui laAintf. TBS gPAMaU BBUtE Tbosa and nan laaaaa, ttoek. i>, Well a— % %  Vsuwrs eaa aa a Stale sg %1 raaeraable prise, salUSM aa illu te people af all laaUi aag agta. WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. INC. IN B.C. %  lusi in limt' for F.untvrH uE K001WKAR OF DISTINCTION Tll.MI t III IK II S %  | Guaranteed < niiifm I. "* a llroun WUIOW. Black • 7 Box (all Oxdinls. i Famous l.ni;lisli Sirons, Black oi Drown Oxlorcls, Mruuii Hriiuue Willnu Brown Semi BreafUfl Suede. !! FOOTBALL Tlie Fixtures for the 1950 Koothiit ui be %  I from Ihe Hon c/o Advocate Co. A lirnited number of coaching manuals of the Football Association of England can be bought from i ry Secretary 11 ..rosen'.atives or clubs aflll.. REMOVAL We beg to notify our friends and clients, that our Ofhce is now situated over Bala Shoe Store Ltd., Lower Bread Street. Telephone No. 4345. <\ L. PITT & CO. -re'*'V/W,V/V'.V..V/-..'.\ NOTICE We be)g iu remind our CUfn..i OUT Grocery Department will be closed half-holiday as USUall rhundny 6th April. Kindly nrdrr >arl> and ubligr S. E. COLE it CO, LID31.3.50 /AV-",V/W//V.'/.'.W.'.' ( '%  '. BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. i on MALI: HBAL ROTATE IIIXOS AND HI 4IMIN (JOHN M. Hl.AlHIM ni\u. •: %  •DIXON & BLADON" 1 "DIXON & UL.'tDON" Mrn.ni %  "DIXON & BLADON" nrtiI "DIXON & BLADON" DIXON & BLADON" h %  RENTALS %  %  %  %  in NUAli %  : "DIXON & BLADON" III Al. KSTAataa \I.IMAuetiuiu.i-. i sureyon. ri.ANH iioNs III ii.niM. I'll.ui,4640 SUITINGS! 100% WOOL St" wide— $S.U yard in Orey, Fawn, Beige, Brown, etc. GENTS! Thee exceptional valaca arc even rheper than predri alualiun prices. Don I mia* UUk gulden upportunit>. Bey M suit now and avoid dawp poin tme n t. VISIT THANI BROS. Dull 34C6 Pr. Wm. Hy. St and 6,42 & 53 Swan St





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PAGE Eir.rtT BARBADOS ADVOCATE """ %  vr. MARCH Everton Defeat Carlton 2-0 IN i .;ame at Kensington yesterday. Everton defeated Carlton by two goals to nil to win their second match for the season. Both goal? were K^rod in the first half of the game, the flrat was t),e result of %  penally kick vii taken by right-winger and the other, a welltimed shot by centre-forward CooUfft rton started oft defending the screen goal and for some time kept the ball In their opponent*' goal area The first good try tad* when centre-forward ConllfTf beating the defence, attempted to score at short range but goul-keeper King was In petition and negatived the effort Iton soon got going .-.nd a fine combination by Lucas at Inside-right. Cozier at ward and Greenidge at inside-left. W.I. Team Will Give Good Account • from pace I of cricketers many bunch of cricketers many of whom are seasoned player*,'' Mr. Goddard said. Although there would be difficulties and disappointments from time to time, he promised to do everything to make them hope and uphold the traditions of West Indian cricket Mr. J. M Kidnev. manager of provided an opportunity for Lucas m said that he fell confld" nd in a powerful try which ent that the team would give a "f ted n*>ily and went over the good account of itself On previtrou Dar ous occasions the West [n Good Tries teams depended upon individual Everton pressed the game for players. In IMS and 1928 thy h;.d all they were worth after this and he late George Challenor and bad the Carton's defence on its i' 'loal-keeper King to-, "i knd several good trie o' batsmen who by their Derfound bin always, in position formances in \h>< ding of u penaltv would make lots of runs t Inatoe-rlgtil lAicili in KieMini; The bowlers have come in for Ann'!.. .. ; ,ut aln but backed up by most when some excellent ficlriinn he kn< wing centred PAT HOPE clearing the bar at 4 feet I inche College Sports yesterday H. Inniss Champ At Queen's College Sports b Jump for girls over 15 at Queen's on ii na.1 Bart. fc>d D Hi 1 l>01 t I %  -I-RIN: . ir.r, AND -rooN t MI* U m i i.i. il Workmai. a,u I Inniss emerge victnx Ludurum, Senur Champion and IACK OPEN Barin i* -jrtl A LARGE gathering of parents and friends saw H %  Mnfl gives a %  nl than to know that he is supper good Melding high for I ead goalIton go*, moving towards their oppone:. •' %  u i'n at Ch mpion of Red House after winning the 'iiuAinST 1 ids sprint when the Queen's College Athletic Sp :ounds yesterday. John Goddard. outside right gave Lucas the who will be m. Ml chano mother good Kidnev said, has already met with try but I in the some success who nrst instance and went over the rubber both in the M C ' tour to thi West Indies in iMfl and again in India in 1B48-49" Thr I support "f the p rett encouragement team, he thsn I E for their good wishes which ad been get* to them. Liverpool's League Plaee Improved IA)N1 I Liverpool's win ewaj from their chances of Qw Bpipn ship as it too* Lhln iwo point 1 present leaden while increasing opponents .' %  *h" were leadiiij I ipcewnt where they were beaten I. Villa somewhat convincingly Chi. Middle*!-rough whi late cm bad all that sea goal area wiili U %  draun game whilt Bvet and era gull 1 u ertainh mid-wu • aro| Results ihion and succeeded in .11 <• stings* ar O Heece d aved brilliantly Tha It) up for a hi B bul was 1 %  beaten oil M 'i\i but nearlne. tha and of tha l %  I ili. nail with the goalkeepei onlj before hun kicked BOB) •. v. itbout %  Mr I> W. %  ha lew I %  let, f'onllfTe. Cox. %  i WUlianu 11 til A Mt't'ting Between Terr) ral R .use with wag junior plon House was !{ % %  artth 118 points followed by Yellow House with 103. Champions tor the differe-ii houses WITBlue House, C King 22 points. Yellow House. M Scott 20. Red House H 1 House, B Rudder 12 points. Grace Cumberbatch, of Blue House the past champion, easily carried off the 100 yards sprint for girls over 15 from her other rivals. She gut oft to a quick held the lead from the beginning to the end. She however, w is beaten in the 150 yards when she slipped after the gun No Chance ;'.reen House whe uislied to the front gave hei (Cumuerbau-h) no ehanca cd winning when she exerted extra • the final stage which helped hai lo breast the u->e Ar.t The wheel barrow rn" After this lace nun:%  .-> %  %  we e I %  prevent the guis from giving of their best in the Ottv races. The Old OlrU' rate for those under 20 year* was emu tenKing and ; I % %  Mn, J CHam I I' tore the presentation two jiinaars rlanunond two lovely The av m •' uMlAhLE lllkki %  .raisi i< YliK ovu %  STHIN I -1 > lS I I a D Km*. SKI O "Ml I M* IS M .. i 1 11 irOTATQ B4CT ov ii va r !... %  Hope, ina J V-ughii & T %  HIOH 'IMP 1 is — M 'pa iv r. Pollard, 2nd |( I'uuw 3rd • PorOy HiShI *fl S', uia Htr.n IVMT 'ii 11 res 1 I • B William* rna S %  Wart M 9rx.it HaltTH 4TI In.. 'i tfioa ai 1 \i no-.i 11 rw lt. Y-lk.v -t vriin >ii ii HOI (IS I ijm.K vunnw nu 1 %  am onuj H \i 1 1 Mini 9 va*. %  %  HOOI aoi %  1 ub 1 is VH. i* j n OLJI O0U BACI ori s Nl U K.r Ith ##. 1 T PERHHtil I X< 'E EMPIRE THEATRE By Request ANNA BROMOVA'S S< HOOI. Of MMOWC DiSPLAY and HKitlM. TO-NICHT at 8.30 Box Office opens Ibunday, SMb, riUl I.-. B,.r, iJ.UII. Orehn.Ua i\10. Bil.on SI IIU HOSM I Acquitted Of Manslaughtei • from paae 1 %  %  11 Inrli was 1 the bus dla move %  ould have passed o\*er trie debriglass and wood would have been crushed, 1 1 aduress%  l Justice summing up. put thr that for the i the Jur that if they were sa:. %  .tabi ined %  %  t-quired b n the charge 0 they would tint -hat higl gonce. thu la %  • conduit a thai he sva %  %  %  .. Ch %  1 thi for the woman whi Hi -. ti er wen %  1 vehicle and prevalent 1 Manslaughter b %  driving, wag not -iunlaughtei In which there was :o do harm. What > d was that thr 1 d had driven with the high negligence ajreedj Lnal negligence lagllganca had been It had 'grots negligence", ..'lC. then to apto consider whether all 10 negligent 3a and Thai would be negligence re Uwn civil oounting to a %  %  mi) pi.I.. DANCE U lb* 'lIKis AQCATIC CLUB (Local & Visiting Members Only) SAT1 KDAY. APRII. 1-1 9 p.m. Musir by Sytoer NUw ul His OrthHlr, • Jiix.lon lo Bllr !" .m: : 28.3 10 —4n. JSI Loose Bloadw T. 5£h£*£ft£ H [ :?K'52."St." ll-ari TrfWhi-r^a^^MMfci' iJiSSSp LINOLEUM 4 AIIIM is Siie.: 9 ft. by 7>/ 2 ft. and W/ t ( t b y s „ AJn I l\OI I • ,1 IN ROLLS 6 f, wid All very rrasonable in Price, MlhiiitKl i.ni. i0 ft 11 Koohuck street A 11 Allen 30. 1 II..H 15 1 Hard Ascot Hairlngai an April 29 i, %  Ihe Uondw %  Monai 1 nntuni„ ill I II \RROH 11 A I OUR U VSM > IA J Cl i-.<.dtrr Ird M I ,,. m tos i—fj aa BrtSrTei a "'ta 11 a* 1 A Niwiov, 2.-I M HPS* I'd M tfijf wotri* BAl* tov.s Id P Brown* and H 1 Il^kai %  ION Ji-atr lovan B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAM VIE PgUEM . %  1 'iit'itf*. 7 ' ,. third I'ltr. :. -. K m *ix*to Hcucw: S.30 pm Miylli* ii|iaawilirtiii 1 pm. ItM itaiu Setno Opr 1 3 IS p. 111 '. %  Prwn ll! %  I p.in %  %  IS T Hi WNt %  %  Nawarsal 11 II in \ 1,...; ap %  Lo^l Brlti.i. lush Royal Ascot 1 ate me*-!.. >*•>' Several days ago afonaghan lnKing George has decreed *li*t timated nut owln| it is not necessary fui g.i.uecnen , — Kruler I meet on June IS or IS to ?*! • tomary grey < ing dr*. „ tiuiiuii'ntin KvtirvH lounge suits will be permi.' Ladies may u< 1 Brlta.i 1 who will aan ii It ii 1 1 v •. From Ring %  M I %  to retire I — sleawr The Weuthtr TO-DAV Sag Kisea: 5.SS a.m. %  -liii %  >• 1*. s. lu a.ai M1x.11 iFulll April 2 1 Ifhtaas 0 30 p.m. High ifaaM I 11 a.m. J ,1-11 ID \. K.nii.ii it .Kiiuixtuiii u; Total for Month lo Yea, d4. I.UlDS. roBBSM rjturr (Mas.) 84.5 Temperature llflla wind Dareetaaa (3 p.m.) t Wind Vctarits II miles If You're DIZZY Look Out for KIDNEY TROUBLE II you hate 'dui< ipclU ~il joii hsd ipini and acrara and )wu ran'l M ihiofi i\*u\) lk 10 four ludrwii. Htaliaj Vidnt)i lilter poiioiMtu mailrt and aitaai arasiffMlh* hkwo. \Mnkidn.yilwlth lytXtm h.cnr iU(f*d with ptwuna, WM| (fcuinrii hradaclwt, hadudiM aoon laJUw. H jmt fail rh don lrw?(kdlrn* aigaal. Ail UMMI. Take l>wid iK>-*vvv^*<^*' 's**w* II V ran supply from %  .loi-liPORTLAND CEMENT in ban >l drum. FERROCRETE RAPID-HARDENING CEMENT RED & KHAKI COLORCRETE CEMENT in 3"5-lb. And 112-lb. Oranu WHITE SNOWCRETE CEMENT in drum EXPANDED METAL ,-in.. .-in. X I -in. IIII-NII l"l>11.. I in.. :Mn. & 3-ln. ramh Iron B. R. C. METAL FABRIC, No 6, 9 & 65 ALUMINIUM CORRUGATED SHEETS EVERITE CORRUGATED SHEETS %  : Phonr 4261 :WILKINSON & HAYNCS CO., LID. ^i^afta^..--^>'^'^.'^^^^.-^X.'X^.C *^THIS IS ONty A V "?ROR-\rVONT HuRT ABTTJ0P6N WIDER, PLEASE BUT AT THE DENTIST'S YOU'D THINK HE WAS A VENTRILOQUISTHE'LL HARDLY OPEN HLS MOUTHOiAL 32J6 *0(H 'v.vx.v.'.-.-.'.'.v.v.'.-.-.-.v,-;' v> HIGH CLASS WOOLLENS WORSTEDS CASHMERES FOR MEN AND WOMEN AT C. B. RICE & Co. OF BOLTON LANE



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I r i l .1 v March :il Barbate Quorate af Price; VE CKNTf Year ... TRUMAN "FED UP WITH ATTACKS 5} Driver Acquitted Of Manslaughter Guilty Of Dangerous Driving pHARLKS LASHLBY, 31-year-old chaufliur ,.f (,,,.[ *%  Church m ywtorday aiouilteri ol nmiliighlM bal found uuilly at duimcrous dxiTlDg under (he Motw \, i,„ |, and Road Traffic Ail. as the case occupied the .ittrntion of in,. Courl "( C.rand Sessions lor Ihe Ktond day. *' Lashlcy mi boun Grenada Leg. La. M i„ r >? „,o,, will M .ndcried. Celebrates 25th Anniversary THEY LEAVE TODAY %  . GRENAu.-v. March .(u. ,u* lA'Kisidiurc toil} ceieumj wiin a special slttln| [jwnuuvt D uncl fjjpiUency Riit R U >' Arungrtl in AII opening address touch* several aspects of Itn ilony. li< lauded lh( Hon. T. A. Uarryshow who jBMdflMafcei : ' %  I'< %  ''' IOU and lakgnnd the Hon. Garnet Gor(Bicli' %  Monday. Winding up his lengthy address. 1* md: "I nope the Couiu uwstration will always continue to serve to the best of its ability in S* interest of the people foi om jbtl ua responslblt A Resolution to His Sss moveii by the Hon. John finning, O.M E and was secaided by the Hon Arnold WT1Ikntwn. TV Hon T A Marryshow daInred a :tii iheariv applause md was styled fcy Hon. John Fleming as tha •father of Federation, ai SfWeat Indian Journaii —(By Cable I n Slum Clearance I il*ibW.i AdK.nr C*m*p*a4at) TRINIDAD. March 30. m Acute housing shortage in TrilllmuX tins •wrung when the Government S hao l ish ed 18 shacks, erected on Shanty TowtWrnprovuied *eitlcnent, bordering the sea un thtgsMm outskirts of Port-of-Spaln PiBiaJori era in this village ivut' originally teu%  fore* She up their holdings undei Shim Clearance Scheme. Today a strung Police squad accom" the housing au tl out the Governmental edict. •Maty Town took on i melancholy %  satnac. %  children aii i mi I %  %  ere broken an* i. B> (able. Nine Suffocate In Philadelphia Rli Hot M for the -rown wi %  ma Lashley was dtfende J. E. T. Btar... 'i have little doubt will rantmber tiiLs to ley before he uound h %  judgment on that | nig. Then and I shall no) .. you must produce your Ike** ment. The case which began Wednesday was the sequel to a collision hich Augusta Bourn< Calls Republican Senator Kremlin's Greatest Asset KEY WEST, Florida, March 30. PRESIDENT TRUMAN to day accused some Republican members of the Senate of aiding the Kremlin by attempting to sabotage United States Foreign Policy. He described Senator Joseph McCarthy, who has made allegations of Communist infiltration in tho State Department, of being the greatest asset the Kremlin had. Mr Truman said that he was fed up with attacks on the State Department bv Ponatcrs McCarthy. Styles, Bridges, and Kenneth Wherry. < • quote turn when hi r na j | nc Kremlin has is the paitlsa olajje the bi-partiiai ^'SMJSUM —And the Whole Island of liarbados Will Wish Them A Successful Tour Church, on September : I -he lorry dl Lashley • n page 8 PHILADELPHIA. March 30. Pot male patli %  *hd and 30 othci "treofne l •• Belle-Viita Sanatorium at pogfleld, near v-, %  ; %  JJ? U ti '"" : M. Blum Dies ^ w ^.L Team Will Give Economic Aid To SuddeilK At A Good Accoun ^ of Itseif Backward Areas Country Home SAYS M *' J M K,DNfY Will Help The U.S. %  aresgMgte I PolieTW .'aid. %  Programme (development o: ..id havi unfortunate i it would, updoubta Inttrpratad bj (I free countj %  East ant; putting i. Mr, AcJh %  developmanl n|-Hl area.-. to tl %  %  %  I thfir burden of ] DIES IN TRINIDAD 1-onT: S E;": CE '"'"" lh 1 '"' whl 'CMlm In UM ^y ""l". rejtra.ning ll ^T' i I'll*'I, !" u> n b] Hit hodj ; %  i %  "' %  %  '. | — It'ulcr I i.ei-i Germany Asked To Join Council Of Europe Commr Pooled to invite Western Gen %  J Koci *te memben of the Council ol Europe. I %  %  i 1SM7 I %  %  %  amant M. UIL;: -"i health yesterday and his deal a complete shock to it. a Socialist %  M Ilium %  %  %  n ,ce trembling tlon. Speaker Wouard said. Iron Bli ble loss f< fti %  %  ew him lo' -Rrutet iDDARO, Wit h %  Land this mmn %  Williams, and Roy Mai %  %  ady will be Robert liana's lone selectee, in, Kenn| % %  i Trinidad conUngant Up at Trinidad. Alf Valentiiu. tin* voulhful '•w left arm 5pm bowlag Johnson the Jam-. %  SPORTS WINDOW % %  Noli* D>mr „i pi.ifv I n'HE I -UiNVMi t II a nnsn %  rMSarSas %  rtuiu 'II \> li IUH Ml I %  i, PiUrron —II I I \ 11 *J i Ai.ii IS.I* asvaj %  MIXI It IHM HI! ProtestMurder In Eritrea ^oidT !" ""'" "ii.'. *ta£d YH%"' "' '*" comDalriW t^-l? 1 0 "''1 '''"^ "& 'i n |5g^r a ,„.. tomorrow to C,< the three Hi| to-day %  There are no %  %  ipenlruj batsman and Ail I Frankie Id famed Barbados i IB jmn the team m Engand. In a tartwsll itstt ii John Goddard % %  i::nsrvina m a hi len to lead %  '.lung m his powti la (ustlfj IH|hlHl Traditions d that with go i > would have a Alllee Will INot Resign Labow Defeated Again %  .... ... Ul Pallium, nt in 24 I livi mem %  %  %  %  i %  . ar • l i Tike a* auught to should ha uva right ., | that Ihe Laboui G %  %  %  irfeat was on an official I be the uil Matcli.s 11 vould giv ai* that tho highest iradiUoni .md prava i # aa Pie s Missouri Cuptain Pleads Guilty %  iH tons PROLONG MELBOURNE STRIKE ... i old trai. pleaded I Philippine Chief Has Stroke President Klpido tjuit. 1 ?hilippinrs. 19 list mght K-liable sources I Manila evening ;epurted '' in the Utvtl ourt Mthe President com [i papero and i riport* >peratinnsofficer In %  i d LirulenanM Bake the 1*5 mile journey fr< < Morris, her form-] ^guio. in northern Luzon, to Manila during a visit by Percy !.- 'iaandar, Auikraiian Mmuu btamal for AfTaln I Devez*? Kails To Form Cabinet %  ljgn_V2"iiiiUUve Commit.. Pan? P.KW... •*%  u_ "nil :, i;air. 9 t i,.,. ,„: '.n.da* %  rtS"' " claimed thai %  |sgwL p, ? lect '%  --e'UkaralPa ^Create Right Type Of Wei FeeUflg" S.4VS PRINCESS ALICE I h< H Ihni II ill IH' Prim >i"iiin thti •iiii/im Sayjau /i/A;i hh Ii -if' lil.-i !\ I" !,• %  Inlil in X/tril. .nrii there ulwa>(iover ., full H' %  Is three Reals W ill Keversi Ireland Clause In Aid To I .K. %  %  Tt,. ua %  million Fore.gn Aid BUI (sbog million^ ui.iu sha> ended cotitiol Ibjan Ireland i .. %  malntap PAIM %  '. %  . %  %  %  %  i DUthl %  the right '. lian leel%  %  I ,i. but lethlng inipor%  eat Britain ith, justice %  o \i Innivai MI %  ton ut the i N %  %  appeal by Mr. WMIs lot SSU.OuO to help i i I ilegv. — (By (-able i %  %  %  \ Mr. lists „n>rH thr f*.al l|aa >>i i iiuiit tarvtea tnm Parl i< >#>Mtat aw ehaaasar isaus gag alltei i.. %  >unr Irmn the i mi i K eg l.uwtMv ajaa 'i-.**l Siudani tares. • GARDINER AUSTIN k CO.. LTD. HECGOK STRCCT I'lloVE lit. \i MMUU TRANS CANADA AIR LINES i


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Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
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Publication Date: Friday, March 31, 1950
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TRUMAN "FED UP WITH ATTACKS
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Driver Acquitted
Of Manslaughter
Guilty Of Dangerous Driving
pHARLKS LASHLBY, 31-year-old chaufliur ,.f (,,,.[
*- Church m ywtorday aiouilteri ol nmiliighlM bal
found uuilly at duimcrous dxiTlDg under (he Motw \, i, |, '
and Road Traffic Ail. as the case occupied the .ittrntion of
in,. Courl "( C.rand Sessions lor Ihe Ktond day.
------------ *' Lashlcy mi boun
Grenada Leg. La. m ir >? ,o,,
will M .ndcried.
Celebrates 25th
Anniversary
THEY LEAVE TODAY
. .
GRENAu.-v. March .(u.
,u* lA'Kisidiurc to-
il} ceieu-
mj wiin a special slttln|
[jwnuuvt D uncl
fjjpiUency Riit R U >' Arun-
grtl in aii opening address touch*
several aspects of Itn
ilony.
li< lauded lh( Hon. T. A.
Uarryshow who
jBMdflMafcei :' '' I'<'''ioU and
lakgnnd the Hon. Garnet Gor-
(Bicli'
Monday.
Winding up his lengthy address.
1* md: "I nope the Couiu
uwstration will always continue
to serve to the best of its ability in
S* interest of the people foi
om jbtl ua responslblt
A Resolution to His
Sss moveii by the Hon. John
finning, O.M E and was sec-
aided by the Hon Arnold WT1-
Ikntwn.
TV Hon T A Marryshow da-
Inred a :tii
iheariv applause md was styled
fcy Hon. John Fleming as tha
father of Federation, ai
SfWeat Indian Journaii '
(By Cable I
nSlum Clearance
I il*ibW.i AdK.nr C*m*p*a4at)
TRINIDAD. March 30.
m Acute housing shortage in Trilll-
muX tins
wrung when the Government
Shaolished 18 shacks, erected on
Shanty TowtWrnprovuied *eitlc-
nent, bordering the sea un tht-
gsMm outskirts of Port-of-Spaln
' PiBiaJori era in this
. village ivut' originally teu-
fore*
She up their holdings undei
Shim Clearance Scheme. Today
a strung Police squad accom-
" the housing au tl
. out the Governmental edict.
Maty Town took on i melancholy
satnac.
children aii i mi I
ere broken an* i. B> (able.
Nine Suffocate In
Philadelphia
Rli Hot
M for the
-rown wi

ma Lashley was dtfende
J. E. T. Btar...
'i have little doubt
will rantmber tiiLs to
ley before he uound h

judgment on that |
nig. Then
and I shall no) ..
you must
produce your Ike**
ment.
The case which began Wednes-
day was the sequel to a collision
hich Augusta Bourn<
Calls Republican
Senator Kremlin's
Greatest Asset
KEY WEST, Florida, March 30.
PRESIDENT TRUMAN to day accused some
Republican members of the Senate of aiding
the Kremlin by attempting to sabotage United
States Foreign Policy.
He described Senator Joseph McCarthy, who has
made allegations of Communist infiltration in tho
State Department, of being the greatest asset the
Kremlin had.
Mr Truman said that he was fed up with attacks
on the State Department bv Ponatcrs McCarthy.
Styles, Bridges, and Kenneth Wherry.
<
quote turn when hi rnaj |nc
Kremlin has is the paitlsa
olajje the bi-partiiai
^'SmJSUM And the Whole Island of liarbados Will Wish Them A Successful Tour
Church, on September : I
-he lorry dl
Lashley
n page 8
PHILADELPHIA. March 30.
Pot male patli
*hd and 30 othci
"treofne l .
Belle-Viita Sanatorium at
pogfleld, near
v-,
';
JJ?U ti'"":
M. Blum Dies ^w ^.L Team Will Give
Economic Aid To SuddeilK At A Good Accoun^ of Itseif
Backward Areas Country Home SAYS M*' J M K,DNfY
Will Help The U.S.

aresgMgte I
PolieTW
.'aid.

Programme (development o:
..id havi
unfortunate
i it would, updoubta
Inttrpratad bj (I
free countj
East ant;
putting i.
Mr, AcJh
developmanl
n|-Hl area.- -.
to tl



I
thfir burden of ]
DIES IN TRINIDAD
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^y ""l". rejtra.ning ll .

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Germany Asked To Join
Council Of Europe
Commr
Pooled to invite Western Gen
JKoci*te memben of the Council ol Europe.
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amant
M. uIl;: -"i health
yesterday and his deal
a complete shock to it.
a Socialist

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,ce trembling
tlon. Speaker Wouard
said.
Iron Bli
ble loss f< fti


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-Rrutet
iDDARO, Wit h
Land this mmn
Williams, and Roy Mai

. ady will be Robert
liana's lone
selectee,
in, Kenn|

i Trinidad conUngant
Up at Trinidad.
Alf Valentiiu. tin* voulhful
'w left arm 5pm bowlag
Johnson the Jam-.

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*tad yH%"' "' '*" comDalri-
W t^-l?1"0"''-1'''"^ "& 'i n
|5g^ra,..
tomorrow to C,<
the three Hi|
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to-day
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ipenlruj batsman and
Ail
I
Frankie Id famed
Barbados i IB jmn the
team m Engand.
In a tartwsll itstt
ii John
Goddard
i::- nsrvina m a hi len to lead

.
'.lung m
his powti la (ustlfj
IH|hlHl Traditions
d that with go
i > would have a
Alllee Will
INot Resign
Labow Defeated Again

....
...
Ul Pallium, nt in 24 I
livi
mem


i
. . ar
l i
Tike a*
auught to
should ha uva right
., |
that Ihe
Laboui G



irfeat was on
an official I

be the uil
Matcli.s 11 vould giv
ai* that
tho highest iradiUoni .md prava
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# aa Pie s


Missouri Cuptain
Pleads Guilty

. iH tons
PROLONG MELBOURNE
STRIKE
... i
old trai.




pleaded
I
Philippine Chief
Has Stroke
President Klpido tjuit.1
?hilippinrs. 19
list mght
K-liable sources I
Manila evening
;epurted ''
in the Utvtl
ourt M-
the President
com [i
papero and i
riport*
>peratinns- officer In
i d LirulenanM Bake the 1*5 mile journey fr< <
Morris, her form-] ^guio. in northern Luzon, to
Manila during a visit by Percy
!.- 'iaandar, Auikraiian Mmuu
btamal
for
AfTaln I
Devez*? Kails To
Form Cabinet

ljgn_V2"iiiiUUve Commit- .. Pan? p.kw... *- ' *u_
"nil :,i;air.9t i,.,. ,: '.n.- da*
rtS"' " claimed thai
|sgwLp,?lect'- --e'UkaralPa
^Create Right
Type Of Wei
FeeUflg"
S.4VS PRINCESS ALICE
I h< h Ihni ii ill Ih'
Prim >i"ii- in tht-
i iiii/im Sayjau /i/A-
;i hh Ii -if' lil.-i !\ I"
!, Inlil in X/tril.
.nrii there ulwa>-
(iover
., full H' Is three
Reals
W ill Keversi
Ireland Clause
In Aid To I .K.


Tt,. ua

million Fore.gn Aid BUI (sbog
million^ ui.iu sha> ended cotitiol
Ibjan Ireland
i ..
malntap
PAIM '.

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DUthl

the right '. lian leel-
-

I ,i. but
lethlng inipor-
eat Britain
ith, justice

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Innivai mi *
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ton ut the
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to help i
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IIIIIN t.l (.1
NX ebb's "Klaekmail"
Spoach Gubleil
r-' on th Argent
talks, a usually reliable souna
Tho speech, in which Mr. Webb
Commons
i
-bled n to ugao
:&?
and save on plane fare.

IK .- c \N\l>\ Mr. lists n>rH thr f*.al
l|aa >>i i iiuiit tarvtea tnm Parl
i< >#>Mtat aw ehaaasar isaus gag alltei i..
. >unr Irmn the i mi i K
eg l.uwtMv ajaa 'i-.**l Siudani tares.

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PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
1,11
QaJiib QaUinq
/T*H1S morning there will prob-
X abi> be a huge crowd gaih-
.!i and arounu the baggage
Warehouse, all come to wish tho
five tiaioadian representair.
the Wa*t Indies teamBo:
age and iiesi Wishes for a suc-
cessful tour. They leave I
on the "Golnto" en route to Eng-
1-iid.
TTiey will probabl> leave the
Baggage Warehouse at approx-
imate!)' 9 a.m.
meters, past, present and
fuUira wul be Lnere to give them
a friendly slap on the back, a
warm handshake and a rousing
end off, as these live Barbadian
ambassadors on the West I
team, laave for a strenuous tour
to England
Indefinite Holiday
Mlac .wOL-Ltf t>l*AuM> daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. i
Well, according to this
set Donald Peers is note
u-orkirtQ for Tokto rtrft
rlJJ]________
Special Flights
ill be leaving to-aay by R1
- .g. *-* B .
the "Gollilo" for a holiday in Eng-
not yet
On three Months' Leave
April 1st
An ays
Old Harrisonian?
WEARING a tie of maroon
and gold, the Regimental
colours of the 11th Hussars Regi-
ment. Prince Albert's Own, wa*
Mr. A. C. Plews. who left yes-
terday by B W.I A. for Antigua
an route to his headquarters in
Jamaica, where he is representa-
tive of Nugget and Reckitt and
Colman Company's for South iind
Central America.
The tie was almost Identical to
the Harrison College school col-
ours, and Carib almost asked him
if he was an Old Harrisonian.
Mr. Plews was accompanied by
t is wifla *nd they spent their stay
here at the Crane Hotel and Staf-
ford House.
Three Months at
St. Lawrence
MR and Mrs. R. W. Sicgert
and their two children
lu,n rdon and Susan1, returned to
pM THnldad yesterday by B.W.I A
ihados and return
This will thus enable Var*
vuva m^w 11115 Will lliUr. Ul.i'ic .......... .Mr 111W
. ..i kUllffiO, lan visitors to spend the K. i M % v
*.-. Manage, of the Harbado* holidays here. These special flights *'*. WtW * arln-
C company is off to-day by th. will be in add.tiori tcj the regular *+*** vSerday ^e I*
tor three months' leave scheduled flights of three dajs a .. t_ UlllUrd'Stotel via
Mm..i.
c
ai'o approximately four*. fter spending three months at
">undee, St. Lawrence.
Only Regret
RS. LI)WARD KLrtN. from
ork City, has been
Marine Hotel for
'esterday she
llarbados for the United SUtes
W^land, where he will * J'n- WMR Antigua, where she will be ,Uy-
. wife and daughter, Sheila, ^ .,.,,, r ,h0 spCcial ing for three dayi at the Aiitlgua
wrio are already there. flight? will no doubt be weleomen Beaeh Hotel. She loves the sea
Tonight by v Urista Bl las* bathing here and spent almost
lARli: loo..eu ill a', the Booking vcar qUue iar(W. number of them every morning down at the Yacht
Or.kc at the Empire The- Visited Barbados on Club. Her only regret is that she
atre early yesterday, to find that will i>"I be here when the Flam-
over one hundred and thirty Bom In Dominica I a>ant Trees are in bloom
reals had already been sold for w.llian, I-audcr For Daughter Wedding-
the Rtpeat Performance olM ""' *'"'T <-onn,'A/l" HAMuS POHT1LLO whoso
Madame Bromova's Dancing Na- f who Uv. In %">>>'" J-""r M last vi.it to Barbados was
play which takes place at the fcfi Barbado. yesterday on their arriyed ,
Empire to-night at 8.30 o'clock J*" b |".?urde*PCCl MJ by B.W.I.A. from Venezuela via
During the few minutes he was "?' J?ho.J"SJ', DcSl Trinidad. He is here for about
SCnsTiT bSWBP*
For U.K. Holiday deed his entire fai J_ / ju tv_
LEAVING for the L K on fur- exception of Mrs. Clinckett now Un I_X1D lour
lough by the S.S. "Gollito" live in the US A Mr Laudai WR. and Mrs. Vernon Speight,
today arc Mr and Mrs I II C i Asst. Secretary of H. WWI 1YI who have been here on a
i: b.nson and their daughte: :.'. I Btuldei in Connect!- .Kort visit left yesterday by
Nanda Robmson Mr. Robinson -"- ><*>" ^ >" EWXA. for Cuidad TJuiUlo.
who has been Assistant to th* l'">'al Hotel. pey were staying at the Windsor
ESTcwTO s^ml May Settle Here ST A. W.T S&K
Z,^i n^of'thel-or,- w F. s. WALDKBA. jM^&S. 'ugSS
of-SpatB Branch for three years f^, Barbados was thirteen years ago.
tfie Windsor
Mis. Robinson JBo o- "' m, who has I n,ey were guests at tf
Staff of Cable & Wireless (W.I.) lin a shorl holio,y has now arriv- ,,,*, aniJ Mr. Gu. St
On Long Leave
LSs, icwvoia W-u) us-
ed in Barbados. Retired Irom the a sc^well to see them off.
i Own Cameron High- Keen On Golf
ALb^< ICuholi. lo-s.aS .. .-.- .,........-, ..............
S.S. "Goln.o' is Mr. ueurge holiday and mm \t
It. He is u guvs', at tile J'*\
[R. J. T. GUILLAUM1N, an
ha asa American resident in Ven-
Stan ol cauie oc wirti.s. i" |r' f ,. now ln Barbados for about two
Ltd. Barbauos Branch since 1845. Car^that^hto wlte. who,U H lvr(,ks. ,,,, Hc arr,ved rccent.
He U going to the U.K. on long ;.n Tr nidad ill IX joining mm aW.I.A. on his first visit to
leave where he will join his win n,rc ln "" " thc js|and and is staying at the
who is already there. ai ,ne r,ood Old Countrv Ocean View Hotel.
Uaving by the "Golfito" not tne u wiuniry A sco|og|si ra||ll]| wllh lhc
......,, TOtn WilN- 'la/H'-N sse w.ie in Trinidad, Creole Petroleum Company in
o leavni, by the Wcveryone who w, ,,.,.. Cg^.OjtS-gta toTJg
ratog for a U.K. at Queen's Park H .tel was com- ^l?nf ^r,ncaR/'Cl>"nClry cuib and
holidav Mr Skmrm who la Aa- ,ng to Barbados, so we thought ^'"V^" Xrriba Golf Club in
taunt Manager of the British that we would do U He has already played
I '"! K anu.."S :.,!,. Rckiev Golf and Country
Miss Bacon
On Women
By fred Doer/linger
LONDON
Miss Alice Bacon, prominent
Socialist leader and member cf
Parliament, stood up in the House
of Commons and told thai pre-
dOIBlnantly male body that women
have become a potent political
force.
In a tribute to tha
'int.u:i. she quoted Dr. Samue1
Johnson's famous observation;
"Nature nas given women it,
much power that the law has
wisely given them litJli'"
That remark," declared tht
1049 vice-chairman of the Social-
ist party, "would not have beet.
made to-day.
"Housewives, factory workers,
teachers, nurses, shop
women In a hundred
different occupations have done
a great deal for this country In
the difficult war and post-war
period.
Co-oprrnlcd
"Our housewives ir, the past
have coopc ated with
the Government to mako our fair
shares policy work and they will
continue to cooperate so long a5
they get fair shares."
Miss Bacon exploded her be-
lief thai women aie "man politi-
cally conscious than ever before.
They used to be Unit, when
people went canvassing, that
women said, 'I must wait until
my husband comes home onu
see what he is-going to do.1
"But women to-day vote Inde-
pendently of their husbands.
"Indeed, the recent general
election has brought to mine;
cases where husbands have said.
"1 inn t wait and see what my
wife is going to do.!"
Miss Bacon said she was dis-
appointed that so few women hau
returned to Parliament (only 20
women were elected out of a total
of 125 candidaicsTTTut she knew
that those who had been returned
would moke up in quality foi
their numerical inferiority.
Miss Bacon, who has been a
member of the National Executive
Committee of the Socialist party
;ince 1941, was honoured by
being allowed to second the ap-
proval uf the King's speech from
the throne. l.N.s.
(rrrnade At
U.K. Embassy
re to-day investigating j
,e nurllng of a .
rltish Legation here last night.
. de was thrown by un-
icntilicd men in a car.
No damage was done to the
egatlon. Reaver.
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For h'.iihvr
f ere,, 0,0|^
.ho,
'^......^PROPERrs
ivl!**!'!. il'Li* '"""""'"ai
* His Royal Highness PRINCE
CHARLES, son of Prl
Kli/.ibcfh and the Uuke of
Edinburgh.
Inopportune
LONDON. March. '
FimIu the Good Fight" Is in
the opinion of a London vicar.)
inappropriate aj :i wedding hymn.
The Rev. W. I. Bulman. vicar
of St. Gabriel's Church. Crlckk-
wood, strongly criticized weddin,;
music chosen by modern brides
m his March parish man*.
His earlier remarks on this
matter have, he said, been the
subject of comment by clergy in
Australia.
"In the main, the clerics I
with my strictures and one said
that the prize should be handed
to thc bride who asked lor M>
Hero" from 'The Chocolate Sol-
dier' to be played at her wedding.
"But it's this kind of bride who
comes to see us in about twelve
months and complains thi
have married her to one of tho
meanest old hunks in CTMti
quite the hero she and we wan
led to believe
"Now that fewer peopl.
church regularly It
that brides ask Cog
"Abide Witti Me- and "Flfht the
iGood Fight." which seem strange-
ly inappropriate for weddings'
Rupert and the Dragon PillsII
American Tuba
Co.. IB'dos;
*cr ior one we ano Rockley Golf and Country
Ltd, will be visiting "<> here for one month looki forward to ,
Company's tug factora '"> manv more games before he re-
SST '.....' Z "IK. and^c'V Oaniel. two
Many Happy Return. i^in'/Tn v^e^la tr
THEHE v : 1 Uw B1 LStWTflSMt h(V { ,, holidaying
lust night .d the Crai e Hoi - m Ba7bados. They arrived rccent-
In honour of Miss Pen i : : i. to the b B W.I.A. for about three
who celebmu Caribbean. weeks accompanied by their little
rday. Among those ">l" -> scn pavid and are staying at the
Mr. and Mrs. Georgie Bck '-"Vember 1949, nav- q,.,,^ view Hotel
Ml" Dorothv F.cksteni. Mr. and ir.g fl] sod Mffl Oaniel are also
\ndres O'lJonnell. Mr. Ray n dur- kecn on golf and aro spending a
D* sr.v lS*' ,,w hour* they did not |irl ,,- tlit*ir time playing the
Peggy will P^(IP,'I" opin- mc ai the Rockley Golf and
on Sui. I her ion ab and it waa Counlrv Club,
fnmilv as Mr. O'Donneil lias sold .. n many Of the Mr |,ilim.i ,s an engineer of the
out his business here and will D ''"" Shell Caribbean Petroleum Com-
living in raUramenl irtaaw, that pany
Here for A Few Day
telebri.tcd his birth li
conl erred
himself the Two
Kt'MC which lie says '.........."\'"'A~r,'u,: u vii A rftat
or'-Ktoiu the goi old eounl Tv? vi^t I
"e^ik he plans to sell hi. kn*w In the old d ilSaS.
.hday UU WOW -now. says mi. i*-%* --- M_. Manai!l.r uf tho
much that wo 1*1 H.icays ^".B|r",Jhm^
ads may return to live. England is not San Pmando. taratdf to rrfnl
for "lUndly Call Me George.'^
Next week he plans to
title' at sixpence a letter.
luddca linns ot lh
csnipleielv sates, ihar pet dragon.
With loud soon and btcjihrng
fire more funouily thio ever, he
Bleapi itTJitth: up into the air. He
cannot Hy properly, but he beau
S,l little wingi and streak* over [he
head, of the two litile friend*, land-
ing again beyond them, ihtn li-
cuttle* rapialy out ol the gtrdti
and diuppear*. "Oh. deji.
to have known that would hippen
tl he .a* the .otket." wa.l* Pong-
Ping. "Why did-i'l I think ol II
oonerP" Bj( Kupert ru"'
thc dranon in ifht.
BY THE WAY ^ beachcomber
I SEE thnt ?"
a meiiningleas Wl
ron^fire to attempt to And out
what it li | job
When I was running H l
Rochdale Obfi > team
experts" to examine this
tter iR montli
ed that what made a job
.'. us;
ta) The n
lh) The I'orodoii.
r
Hut a row who
whether l>eing milked so re]
I bl replied with
' ious glllll In he! e>e. "' >
they [ Binned gramo-
phone music )
Hahon Tirlilontiiiiir
it-iUSTOMF.RS are lntrl|
a new ve^-i.i
Annam. It is called qunk-quak.
and is dflftcrtbed us having a
I | BO Heliente thai the
...
':iing at nil.
ling to vary

. i
(Mo wonder. made"



*
Q - -t.u.tk
The
., < i. COO
ti, m Hiui-
(esini
l assing
P of
d
. | fi^iii Ainuiin I
lb'"'
"Tony!'' Shi- Phmlvtl
1 SIMPLY live 1
the Marquise de L'Hullst da
rug to the poetess
I. but.
not as rigorously us some re-
viewers of novels. U
fun to live at such a pitch of
hysteria that an
read (whu.li I p, '>
"Daphne Ml lh"
I
?hed," vim groan and Ufa '
roll on the iiooi. rack
ba the unbearable beaui
pathos of life I begin to think
it is at the** that the
dim i ill Imad. When
in invited to be scot
him, they shou.
little
k nee and reading a novel
In Patting
THE very (< I I
remarks on hideous and
I i.eater-
Whal peopl <
i of poetry is no mor.
school of poetry than |le<
a new school of ireU-
tecture."
MARINE HOTEL
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DANCE
For Your Tablt
.-i KMVK
I 1
ShrfliHil SUinlnw Sl.l
PLATED SPOONS .........17, U. .45
In (hrw Un
Mirr WOOM t>
PLATED FOMH^ 13. 41
two ilin
UAB KNIVES ........1.65. 113
ShfOirid si.iiiicv. Haal
CZECHOSLOVAKIAN
CUT GUSSWARE
ii >ii'i.ms .....n, l.tJ
( MXMI'U.M .............. |.7
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III
1.11(1 I I I!
S.VN lllAY Ml.lll April <.
From 7 to 11 pm,
PERCY GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA.
III>M It gauM
aajTATK CLUB CINEMA immU,. Onlyi
lOKIOHT. OX.. TX-, .M Thumuy ..law .< 10
"SNOWBOUN D"
aind intrivlt-ina MtlA PARELY
A DMmhI I'ltUrt
Btnl Un in a !> ttuiiu,,, . a parU<|Br .
"" ' >" "l ** rvrr> ..nlln, ,nan.
a>hr4 with
ALL riKFS AFF B \W '
WHITFIELDS
BROAD STREET DIAL 4220
Mrs. Housewife!
Make your Easter bar.ing a pleasure ....
FAI.KS KEROSENE OILSTOVES2. 3 and 4 Kuni.-r
Models.
OVENSSingle and Doiolo
CARRON DOVER WOO i COALS STOVES
6, 7 and 8
MIXING BOWLS-EARTHENWARE. ENAMEL and
GIASS
PHOENIX OVENWARE
ALUMINUM BAKING P/NS
ALUMINUM EGG BEATEIS. MEASURING SPOONS
Obtainable at our HardwariDcpartment: DIAL 2039
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTOR' LTD.
Acros*
I. L4 Ills py be awlJUKWd a iom*
conjui-ors might uy. iS|
fl. BWn* miiflt be DruKen Mlora
U0 become* than.
10. CBpAbW Ol glTlflg B Dladf B P**-
tfll
10. He'
i E Be .
14. A clue to uie ruler I rai. i9i
16. Sort ol dencr.oo. icv.acr Bpot.
due*D'l It ? (8)
17. Squared ruMaure or cieBreo
-MOB. (3)
K. He geu what's coming to mm.
JO. b^o to Unt omlnoua picture
(41
Jl, Author KddreaBliig one of nu
Implement <*>
aa. Way. no doubt, you'd lUe to split
to* stake. 16)
33. UMual result ot in-uia out at
elbow. (5)
SS. A good sploner. |4)
Down
1. WU1 It drain Tito oy dlsiocs
Uon? (t
3. This will stand the stram. 181
3. Sort ot rise louad in a pa.e
spp.e. i)
4. This could be iste at oud. itf)
5. r'alr snare ror your partner. i4i
7. it's tbs pace tost count* 1S1
a. 11 you do, it's bound to be wet
<8) 0. Measure a mere r. IS
II. Tha 'Young ;ady Ol UBS
couldn't see IU smile, idi
10. Tne want of one editor's secre-
tary. |4)
IB. High or ion It should .ead you
soiKewhere. (4)
Solution of *eiierd*n ^ui/i- Acn
fcod, \\ Tool, is oim il Lto isTko"
SO. TSDr ill, BfOBfT: ii H. T....V i
Ra>rl: ^ Hi.-* iH Mrla<<. ! >
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$ hat Do You Know
4bout Sugar Cane?
IJAKBvDOS ADVOCATE
MCE THREE
[ Caribbean Commission has employed Mr Waller
ng tirm of Scott. Farnell and Partners
(.Spau. and ^ndonjo undertake a preliminary
products,
ninth* 'n
: i i
,hIL.rl'ur,'":
,he United States of America, ami w II
iiri reads for submission shortly
The impress.on wh.cl
bj"'k af'"' udv o(
- M
until q., ..
I wo ?om-
' we used to know about
HM IN know to-day ind
mains to be known."
ol nm
cane derh his rrpra:
Ida studies on !ho manu-
facture from bagasw.
types of insulating and hardboar.l
materials, paper, charcoal briquet-
id furfural; from
"f acetone an
1 of refined
from filler muds.
Superior
"
is deflnilch superior
".bre '? '..of iiisul.
anng building board pi
project for the inam.i
hoards from bagasse In
the Canbhcjin in should offer
prospects of rf *.
the sugar industry, Mi Si
There are at present m opera-
tion four bagasse insulating board
The Celntex plant in
i has an output of over
two rniuu
Canec pjsj a] produces
i million dailj
lia. lias now reached a production
ol 180.000 miare
factory of Celotex Lid .
bridge Park, Middlesex, England.
I annual nutput of thirty
luare feet of insulating
hoard and twelve million square
>'t spoke nf
CorportUon of Lockport. Louis.-
h is manufacturing and
successfully marketing plastic pro-
"i bagasse. Various
sins and bagasse fillers
have been developed and art
lor different purposes.
One of the principal ad
ntaon is 'he manufai-
Czechs Renew
Credentials Of
3 Journalists
PRAtil'E. March 30.
jiww 'he four remaining
JJL ipondenis in Prague.
JTJ, wort In CserhosIovaMs
Sme end of June
*2L are Gatum Fournier. of
Jftench Pre. Robert Bigo. o
!&?. and Dana Schmedl, of
.h. * ** Tlll"':' ,
The fourth correspondent. John
itikL. "1 'he United '
So, was due to have bil cre-
JSJ7 renewed ..-morrow
"Swaay We creehnslovak
JSS Minis'..-, refused to re-
IlVihe documents of NaUian
L_mkv. Correspondent of the
Sated Prras of America, be-
iSof his alleged unoliieclive
rajForeien IBnisto '"-day told
ZLr credential" were renewed.
SM uxre was no s> stemalic plan
JTihe Czechoslovak Gov.
fr rid of the Western]ftess.
One Flag:
Not Two
GENEVA. M a
The Trusteeship Cguncll today
mated a grave precedent in re-
sctiM for the first time in me
timer of tlie United Nations
Molution it was asked to '
or tiie General Assembly.
fls* issue at stake was whether
a- not the administration author!-
*>*.** .cords.
STCaongside' *elr
TTtrosJeWhip **.*>*
_j record as nui Eecatn
ma! the United Nations flan bo
town in trust territories

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'id <\>pVflit B) ,
Christ Church Churchwarden
Reports For 1949-50

tics nnd adneetvea, can also be
:'iom bagasse, nnd its'
Li will be includtd m
port
CobiUmmc
/.cetone and butanol are pro-
** Wrto Kico from molwa-
-*-utted jointly
In the second roll-call vote Bn-
utralia, New
"Wfiiim and France reaffirmed
I a*V opposition to the m<
.
MR G



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The report reiids
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Parish iiim.li
..x.l .,Vn .xt.pt
Vtmr ieps\ii. Inn n imti
I., iravo-yard


and China
Kfiil. r
"Ao Orchids"
Actress Vanishes
In Paris
PARIS ire)) so
Dwei'jv, f
1 the Grana Guuptoi
Re today, problnsj
m mjsiei:...
The Actress vain-
a thin costun.f
jwd and
Wcnids lor Miss Bl
Reiving
tt^uiiknown man
the pail
< Miss Blandish in Lb
violent A
"
fr dressing room at tl i
n Hei
whe turned jwi.- when
" metsage. which bft
|o a theatre attcni
a il blond man in a big ovei-
cow.
She indicated that the message
ber moUivr ..
Jf "lched a:.
* ,IV- houlden
- raced from the tb> i
theatre
oundas. had to api i
" " and tell i
imt Boney back
Hilt RK| ,
"Wn taken ill
B|Jilc* checked in
mother Wu well.
* had not returned
Reyler.

LI MM
nv. at Abnlu- -


aami
n .
ot [taconic Acid, obtam-
es, some ot which
hold great promise for the mann-
i clear plastics, lacquers,
and other prtxv
I
maribtlraj !
i und, and
..is been cxpress-
ed in the ruture i>i sug;n
liuon. This.
Mr. Scott's

leott said in
.ne ot the
of developing the pro*
i product ;<
itead ot the

..us io br done.
. Tx.tMi very f
aarch work
being dune in the I'micd State
Utrto Rico, and look for- \
ward to the British West Indian
-(>arch Scheme
soon to be < fo* I" -
perial College t Tropical Agn-
tiirection ot Dr. ;
. .
flc co-operaliOi
i,. It seems to me thai
the Caribbean Conuniaawn wou' Ix- eminently qua
liaison between tl
flnanclni ras*ea/ch woi
u'se Caribbean ten'ioi-
______^^^_
IT RAINS MUD
DANVILLE. Virgun... Uvch
whipped
up by the M *** betn
rain
AINTBNANC1 . .1 t .KOI si
1 mall --
M \ I M I N IN' '
UaMbaaac . Map
St. Davids t-harcii.
but t
4 1 iiiiUN
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-i DavteVi Vleant*
nund
^l BaiUu4.nirws I huri'h.
n 1 Man aMN ti..hi
laaai >i>.tinii
91 ivumk- Taeareia
Fain in-ir*d tm* >- bi a
v'.-M oa -mwmimMfit few
1. ooni dovtuiMn
! ..IV-l
St MalUitai. < hureh.
1 ..t mv*- mn thi
I d '!'> l^bll FMM. KOVa. '
i*-i. txutf with Cal-
1 uw araauai

pMll
MjriMrWKh.
l-m. nrtkurm
-- mr Hi Thu IxiiIU.'ik
' HI Itul lisr
!it*liMMrw' Vlnanwe.

Keclory.
I tttMr tl 1 iqcpiMilitK
IB ili-iUt final *Uin
lur UHW iioil) ha-li-
1 m tin
givan .iv.-iiin ..
.
latte thu Oin"
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50 Asked For
11 iu*rieaiie
Kelief W ork
1 pui 1
In .
Ih-it*. .
'..1 tho.,
this
o-osMnrt .
Vestry Makes
Appointments
Mr 11 s

Other appointn
an
Poor Law Glut.
4cKen :m ind

. Ef
: 1 1 It Ml
Chinch

HuriKiuw Ki lief H#ttd-
1 lonunittee, Christ
!; Vl

should be 'i ibutlon

'
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' 1 .!> pro-
.
leallni
I 0 Hutu
.1 1 1 'omrniUee
Goddan
1

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1
1 liat tin

I
ftf Wlnli
H'lpllU, 1


true tha
''" ' foi ii.im' pni-
for the bn-'.
rTiean

last year tellme hm that mor.
cculd be IPjlQI '"'
ihe people in the lowei- walks 01
lite is bt
1
He Tell that tht
be wide >

vben pt>upie

Dial tV ary agree!
with what he nad SSdti, nut wh?i
'n work
i it was too late to aV ai>-thing m
the matter. He h 1 r, .
aMara-
Uea :his year.
While tblg whole QUMttcn oi
Btm Relief de\ Ived on the
OetMnl QoftajraaaofBi Hh
laetsj the Parochial .n.ihontie;
would have a certai I mount of
responsibility in mat
n Dan.
' A nuiubor uf St
had been appoented
:aestion ot Hun tanc H-lu'
; oiscussed with them what the)
lhauld do and tell 'In |n-oplc tl
..;.
kal] tad, the
:. .
tone ot the mernb i found it
iaeoanaaaienl to
( uniiinmu ,;;im
I
.1 ertain awiounl atmtaalal
i' iii*'
number uf oOnununi
taM Sveretanat to the Vestry Clark
le to act
1 .is prompt 1 >
hatlei
1 He ( that
from
- 1 (II |>I"V nMli, .-!.
uartA'isi
Committee
The peuaga) on he
.
tit thai lati |

public ol the dart].< hur- (
ricane and what u..
the better it would be s til i pa-

C. B.
1 1 arks I
) Professor l).



110', think the Vas(i> wu em-

AI ter
It
wa-> tinally Igpaj
feasor Dai
He-ad.|uoit' and left
1
.
Oommlttae Ihe ..ti aUa>

"No! \ssassinal.-d
PRAGl
Dootoi

tend*
of hia
1
.M-ek
think this over
TO-DAY
there must be
=1!'
I;.....-
Need bottle-fed
babies be
cry-babies ?
' 17 Casual I
-.uallymcamiuin ,h' ''
Tkawb)
milk ,:
OUR .. K
:
ROBINSON
>*tnt BARLEY
a reason
I 'den ajaj pij lit Imili e\er> Ihbjg
ana] ii. ( Menfapupct em iavMt Hi -
CkfCHnrton tiver .< shut period, the ulmuuv
reiiM.ii is the \.w- Appeal ind SuecktJ I'eatures.
Till- I VI.MM. \m M''M VV, has been mourning steadily in cir-
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Here's mediefna made
spec-aMy for it .
II you aspect that there's
"something wrong" with your
kulneys it treouolly nuans that
they aeed a torreetie medicine
Neglected kidneys .pre rise to
tummis distressuig symptoms
such as backache, rheumatic
pastas, Imsaatn, viatica, bladder
rtisarders with scnJdinK and
tmrninK. The trouble starts vrhm
the kidneys grow slturpsh and
tail to perform their nati-:..;
luocUsn of belputK *o r,lter sway
harmful impunti. .. imin the
system. Yob tan if-itmr 'hf a
nta! organs to normal acfleity
j by UtkiriK Do Witts Pills.
Thry act duectty on the
kidney.i and you wdl tary
* quickly fert the irooa they
are doing;. Try them lo>
your trouble. Go to
chemist and
gatastippl/
today
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PAOI I "i R
B\RHW:<'~ >vi
FRIDAY.
MARCH
BWAmMAMmi imim" oi A PLA*
f.-----------T-----------*---------* 1
p..mi.isi >. Ttk, AMMi Co. U&. K Bnwd at, BrUMMl
ll> Sttii'tUmrinM
I rlday, March 31, 1950
,1 ma lija iial'iuii
ivc been made on sev-

....-'
...
ins; OUt
the amalgamation.
' iirgument for amalgama-
sl it must increase the efficiency

raenl yean that
the rer should be
kent separate and distinct from any other
office in the Civil Establishment pi
mt of
the House and the effective means by
nod control of the
rtrti and Thai belief has little

The Treaauri i i does actually
coni: of funds, but it is the
Auditor General and not the Treasurer
Who exercises control over payments Tin-
Auditor General I Servant under
the direct control of the Governor. Ii li
1 the theory <>t financial control is
at variance with the practice
To-day both the Colonial Treasurer and
litor General have retired, and the
!ices have not ye? been
filled. The suggestion is still being made
that ihould be amal^a- -
mated and thai a single department should
Up tindei I Financial Secretary.
The time is ripe even if not for the
imatton, for the Government
to consider whether amalgamation should
in fact take place and to seek legislative
authority the new department,
if the scheme is approved- One of the ar^u-
e department! separ-
ate in the past was that the office oi Colo-
plum preserved by the
then d nui
.! of the Legis-
Such consideration can hardly be
valid 11
of right, 1 shar-
wha'.'
be done again lawfully. There
VhOM ability warranted might be some good reason for
Hut this was part of the polity no;
|] Office lo
art a5 i
: .. fs to keep West Indians out of the eral from an office which hi BO*
branch of the short staffed and theref< l
;; denial Service gest that Mr. J W. B. Chen- ry
passing a similar address m an- I! the Barbados Legislature Judge of the Assistant I
ig. should consent to the secondment Appeal be appointed to act as Col-
tt- of an officer from the Colonial oow il already
and abo
th distinction. Of
men in the service nf the (lov- his ability there can be no <,ues-
ho can act in the top Uqo, He is a brlDlanl scholar and
brackets of the service It would a sound lawver and the docu-
have been proved then that it merits of the Government would
would not be right to appoint | ,. written in unmistakable EnK-
them permanently, wh.ch li ab- nsh while the work in the Lpk-
surd. islative Council would be con-
Thi an attempt lo veil the truth of 0f Barbados is deep and ihr.r-
rituaoon from us by making ough. Since 1 have given eonsld-
- what seems to be a magnanimous eration to this <
rig on leav,- and offer. In truth and in fact it Is commend the Colonial Office t"

dlffl lilt! S
I
(ice. It was known In thi
six months ago thai
bout to go on
was not likely
-
igth of time that
' Barbados it war
unlikely tl il I a won!'! return
llld have been
'!', : .
in this island
uspicion of th
n it was the a|,,.rnall
nlal omeo in
I
ranking ofnN
irk
iffoit tn avoid be ng
leusad
appoi
inting him to Itl
Sir John Unison
* Life look
I ide upon the
one of the most uutstand-
: island. The

i of men
Sii John
i
i

i
H
b

ii k Clarke, a





lie was
.i i on tin- I- .
. niniatra-
n of the
I

lent
nf treating this island with scant sistant Colon al Seen-
There is little need to labour
don the point, but I should like W
to the importation of an outsider, P^int out that the attitude ol tr
-nnable to suspect that Colonial Office in the matter *
n may now be expect- n '"suit to Barbados. 1 ncre are
ed from mt upon the potot Ol an men in the Service who can .in
alternative. I offer the alternative any """ice which this anflDii
with much hesitancy. The point t offer and despite the
is of equal delicacy to me as it statement against the Civil &- -
might be with the candidate whom 52
J suggest should be appointed to has more "brains in it ti-.an
Lght be accused of push- MW pthac time of the MJW
ing the claims of candidates and We '*]<* *omp "^""J^m
i bm Hi-llberntelv that it is the h * unknown in this island H not taken now we im
^3 that the fact that public expres- at a!a,r e t ; t .
i plan. This island is suf- *'>" given to the claims of Period ^rbados was .
from too candidate for a Government post supply a man to act as Colon.,.,
uch of the Colonial Office. We was the greatest factor against Secretary
.-avs been able to produce his selection. The constitutional position is
arrv nn the af- At the death of Mr. Harry that we cannot refuse to accep:
fairs of this country in the best Scott Kewlands, the Colonial the officer if the Color.;..
and although the tide Secretary was called upon to act persists in sending him but it
I iuvemor and as a result the then should be made clear that h*
H -.,,. mistake Attorney General acted Colonial comes against our wishes, against
of the then Governor in not mak- Secretary while one of the Judges the interests of the island end In
iiik i strong recommendation to of the Assistant Court of Appeal the face of strong opposition. 1
: time of acted as Attorney General. There think that the British Govern-
5ce that a is precedent for the Attorney act- ment still values the goodwill of
ip- in*: as Colonial Secretary; and the people of Barbados
i.'il Seen1- although I do not subscribe to the time that we consult our own in-
U.iv The;, were men in this doctrine of precedent:
PRAIRIE
GOLD
D. V. SCOTT
* CO., LTD.
DRILL
CHUCKLES
A
men
schoolgirls, five
[tendance when
the Houm
t 3 is p.m.

Lfly i.ve WaicIV
E. K. Walcott did his best to
discover just how long this happy
asso.
t.mi place would be the only but 1 fear be could have been
Smith, 1 little the wiser for the replies
think, is of the opinion that, in received from his namesake o<>
.six hours punishment the Government side. From ther
l li too arduous in th:
UUI PUmtfapient drill is the reasons as to why the Con'
HATH the wheatlands of western Can-
ada lies what may prove to be one of the
- Already th
i ectaoular oil boom rival-
line; tfi lays in Texas. Oklahoma,
and California. Along with the hundreds of
individual speculators and wild-catters, every
major oil company in the United States and
Canada has a stake in Alberta oil, pouring vast
stores of men. capital and technical skill int)
the newly-discovered treasureland.
The Canadian Government is watching
; raenta in the oilfields with a do
for hero may iic part of the answer to Can-
ada's current dollar shortage. At the moment
Canada foots an annual bill of some 300
million U.S. dollars for oil imported from the
United States and Vi nezuela. Since the new
hich this island has finds in Alberta this sum has already been cut
aBains; ., DiUton dollars, and with the many
projects now under development. Canada can
look forward to the day when it will have
more than enough oil within its own borders
to meet domestic needs. Furthermore, as
: the capital now developing the oil.
Industry in Alberta comes from the United
Canada is already getting millions of
sorely needed U. S. dollars as a direct result
of the new discoveries,
The .story begins early in 1947. At that
time the bulk of Canada's crude oil produc-
tion, less than 10'; of requirements, came
from Turner Valley in Southern Alberta. Pro-
duction at Turner Ich had been
discovered in the thirties, was declining, and
it looked as though Canada would continue
tn import most of its oil. Then in Fe> .
1947. the discovery well at Leduc. Alberta,
"blew in" and opened the door on a new chap-
ter in Canadian oil history. Leduc. located
20 miles south of Edmonton, Alberta's capital
is ol particular Importance because it
pointed to the existence of an oil-bearing
formation in the central plains of Alberta,
andpn is had long suspect-
it the oil-rich busin, of which Texas was
a part, stretched all the way from Alaska to
the C in If of Mexico.
3B.. TlM A.ST..AUAN D"'B' *
OUKKK OATs La, pk ^
M.I "AVS RKD u^
BUR. p,r boU|e ...... ^
TO-PAVs SP^".
gl'he COLON";'
exclusive tcrests in lh!s matter.
nun, the
adjnurnc'i
Whit the Army refer; (Mr Bmhopj post had been
'Clock, to us "pack drill-drill with full mode permanent, but UtU Lndi-
save
voir ceae|
we now
C*LV. >Hsh
WIRE
for FISH POTS A t III! hi \ w%
In 1 Inch. I| Inrh n inch nmk
from 18 inrhn lo 7? Inrhm .id.
Alu _
) inch. ] Inch by 4 ff*t
GAI,\-ANISEIl LASHING WIKr
from 19 lo IK Gmic
WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD Smceum
C. S. PITCHER & CO LTD"
PHONES: 4672; 4487 bJM{^
Autumn 1948-., -.-try of a second
SESg .S^. - "W"-*'. ""y ""^ -ortheas,
The iv. 0
gut .if fun equipment, I am might be expected to becon,. ..
Hill to amei Uuoj ( the past. Controls, it is'ot L-^uc- bince then promising finds have
r?* Uue- ,]" been made at Barrhcad Ron ArenrH rviirior.
where, and no one coul oaiiudo, t^n Accord Uolden
..i:y degree of accuracy how kin* opike. .j u hitewood and bteltler-
ftdttlOPI may continue
Kfl ^elI years ag>-
Qtroll has an excellent clUAM
-%-eat and of reaching matui
Contreller Stays Put seidon*. on at the
d seem that the '(iiend*' 'k L immour.
K tt and the mer- lf;' "l latt
I to remain with us ; .hucKk-s
time to come, for the c

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the omcei
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vanian "hi
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become a perm.i
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ibA CtlllC TO 5TAITI WITH iist to mi n uxx mm*
WHAT'S ON TODAY
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lnh'i huul SpotU. Km
ingtuu I .' 30 p m
I imthall. Queen'* Park at
5.0 p m.
Mobile ( im ..u Qai erument
liiduitfUl Hehmtlv SI.
fhllip t ;; .ii p.m.
ime f cm
Mi Raaco
lad io iee

:
ID
-
nuking ramarks, which
-

that he was |aa.
I
ordaxad the i.
. .
Ida to i"und up the
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turned, but be
that he did not
hat with him A


imorous, as he
.vfth a partecUj
face.
(the day,
. Governor
that prorogation would be made
next Tueadai et 3 p.m., but no

ol tame,
from Mr Brancker to I
enimeiii. Brtgadc
i
Its full complement of m
very thought of a really bad lire u
Brtdaatoarn makai one tu
treaath, it M Miecr folly to per-
continue
''loomed with re-
lief
all in ll; Viberta. But explora-
tion has not been confined to Alberta. Wild-
cattmt; is under way in the neighbouring
provincea o( Saakatehewan, Manitoba and
British Columbia. With proven reserves ol
1.1 billl i i .i.'id with a much
ited potential, based on the size of the
prospecting oree, the pnlriea of Western
Canada promita to rival Texas as one of the
U in North A:
At the r>; | roductiotl is being
curbed for lack of refineries and tranaporta-
I terl has
been made on a 1,900 mile pipeline which in
1951 will join Edmonton to Superior, Wiscon-
the head ol From
Will l>e transported in tankers to
i lo, for refining and then..
em Canada, Any surplus will go
to the oil-hungry communities of the mid-
d bring to Canada much
:ollars. Until that time the flow
of Alberta oil is being regulated against the
day when it can flow south, east and west to
the ready m.. [ng it.
For Albei .. e oil boom pi
I golden era in the
province's hiatorj in 1MB.the province,
Which owns most of the mineral right
1 11 "Hi toes, it-ins and royal-.
ally Alberta hopes to n
I its annual revenue from oil industry.'
Pi Mnds to benefit from!
he increased government revenue. Returns
."rom the oil industry are paying for a large
i ,
school: movements. The'
municipalities tOO ill receive larger tax rev-
enues as a result of the oil bonanza.
order to-day from
Sianstfviti Scott
A fife. i.Ul.
Don't Mm
These Foot
Buys!!
Haai TODMO Iwmh
Cow & Gil Gluww
turn ........
n.wtn SinncM* Ihun
CWnsi CMny .
CMvm Dhd Cmwm
CMmi wt*i, cm
Alymws Atpwt*. fa
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NEW BRIDAL
SPLENDOUR
AND ELEGANCE
HERE TO
ENHANCE ALL
SPRING BRIDES
DA COSTA & CO, Lm
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
pcalins for

.i *en*e bound uji witli

.
i Wall-
til
i treatment of

.
...

ilisli Amliassaidoi In Paris Appeals For Hospital
old and deatttute patient* a\v\ attention in Parii In an English
iodern maternity block. Up-Ui- atmosphere lies in the !(
living iii |>aru
r the
1 feet, a Urge out-
Includlng a The
ituh real- ,0W *.*. ,ne income awaaujl

i haven Tot the Mck. The fully year 1 estimated deflclt. th11
I lh.lt :i
i him in
i
-uecewfulW ci<
to ol IK
(OU R4DS SAY
Hoipiul hulo spend and ridicule and viUb
0 annually. The income Mrniga win, lack of com-
mnnniiM :.n;: peril
, -on for our iire-
.. respect of those pa- House of Representatn,
_-BK-*!!!! u"dl'' lhc V* .l>as_voted lo ul lu s- that that
' ". "'"",- "" "umaieu oencit. uwruore. Can this insultin.
?)3 .?. V.Ur*"^S S! ,[' B,""h- ""<""" l '>. and it is a Ing be attributed to cSmjin
' :; fff!\. widens, since T& answc, :
constant increase in the cost with half
while adding to the and
and I- ',. '" ot >>S. while adding to the and who ii ik>i
tl providing 1"' !'>' wk- charge of the hospitals mainten- will realize the
lb_ iw in .1 foreign land. ance. makes it at the same timo ace of
I
more and more difficult for
ui erous patron-, to
post-war condmona have added contrtbuUons.
I burden of the hos-
their
.wm as Unless this gap can be bridged.
died upon there Will bl DO course Sorthe

tf hospital but t
in An- Thi-
. thi
lose its
nkable; the
(im n




d 1 am
free sure that British peoali
.
of libertyi.
igei t<- our way of life
_..ism? * Communism, the proof is in the
hears out
head on his shoulders Vcs. we mu*t praise this body
lot bum;: "ich without doubt is fighting
...rca and men- Communism tooth and
laid must pass over, its hideous re-
Moi.. cord modern; we
Why is it th;,' Hm words4 again make
aniiue de conrciio.:.
Rut let us bc-
uith enoU our heart
i deadly siroke.
Irclandcrs may
h An:
RSADJUL


Levailoia, j^m
uUons may be
the Ambassador. C o I
LETTERS which are sigaad with a naaa-de-ptame, bat M -
ded by the raataasary baoa fide*, will be Igaarad.
Haaj *urh reach the Editar's dcak each week and raadera
are ag-aln reminded of the neceaalty for the writer's naose la
be known |g u,, i ,1a,,, ol for publication, bat as an aaaor-
aaee of good faith.
Phone GO BOARDS
hb oan"-*J
calves uva-
I im/.i > I IMI
Salmon Kippers
Mackerel
Fruitt & Vegetables
Cabbage Tomato
String Beans. Carrots Beets


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fRlPAV.
MAW II II, MM
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE FIVE

pleads Not Guilty To
Manslaughter Charge
ii FRED PRESCOD. a young Christ Church lad plead-
,., nifltj" < manslauKluor at ihc Court of Grand Scs-
charged with killing 21-year-.,M
n Lodge Road on the night of October 31.1
MaPat'Of
St. Andrew
116 Yrs. Old
..IS CHBISTIAN KF.LLMAN.
Esrsn
gSriFnncttKellman ]
JfSiSrwid children but is a:
ifflivmfi wth her two
C2L Teresa Kellman. hci
Bt *""* wtr.ii%
d >n who was killed In
^^rTst S,v,rll,
oJrt wimlnlstcrs Holy Com-
2E u> hrr al her DOOM rtfU-
brlv.
nEFEU""- TO a letter in Our
R Readers Say of Wednesday'*
fJLS,e. under the head Gyra-
Ero*. R T- MWhelin. Corn-
s'of Po""'. told u,e Au-
aV reittrtej that at preeent
Tit nol'DOtolbie to have the gy-
^ traffic system in Ti
nfJJ letter suggested to the
mnuoner a gyratory system
jJSSlir Square by ehminat-
i.ll crow traffic in the Square.
S Commissioner said that while
t inpreciated that it certainly
an Ideal system (or traffic to no
1. w.v around Trafalgar Square
ti no tnlenection streams, thu
ncson why Inter* ctinfi In nn
IP> at present allowed is to re-
ve the congestion ol traflk
gran the Vktoris Bridge which
mid result if there was no cut
jew the Chamberlain Bridge
He pointed out that if a stronger
vd wider Victoria Bridge WM
aected in place of the preeeni one,
"well men, by all means the gyra-
tory system would be put into
operation". .
Id answer to a question about
toore Car Patts, the Comml
Id that the question of providing
ore puttnfl ;i rnat-
Hr [or consideration (or the
uthontles concerned.
TH'ENTY-OM. Vi;.\K OLD Mi
Geoffrey Allen, second
Mr. William Allen ol Clevedale.
Black Rock, was injured on Wed-
nttday evening after he fell from
beam at thu West Indian Dis-
tilleries. He aai taken to the
General Hospital In an uncon-
oOus condition and detained.
It 15 understood that he fell
while exercising ami struck th
bark of hu bead on the cemented
floor.
He is articled to the lirm of
Messrs Yearwood Ac Boyce. Sol lei-
tent of James Street.
I T IS t'N OK R STOOD that
1 David Forde of Horse Hill, St.
Joseph was injured when he fell
from a motor lorry on Tamarind
Bill Road on Tuesday.
TIE LOSS of two slur
HOJO was reported by Beryl
Blackmail ol Maries dap, Christ
Church. She stated thai thl
ere removed from .1 bleaching
ot near her residence (M
oay.
A CASE PBI 1]
gin broke out
i>ed at Hie General Hos-
pital on the morning of November
.. about an hour after he had been
rushed there suffering from a stab
entre of the fore-
nead.
y ll that there had been
light between I'rescod and Mose-
y who carries the nickname of
Sammy Geese", and that Mosely
had been wounded in the course
>ght.
I .Justice is
iiver the Court. Pies-
cod'a counael ta Mr. d. h. l

taaoa, K.C., Solicitor Gen-
e continues to-day.
Kvidence
Pint to tain lha Mand was Dr.
A, s. Cato. He said that on No-
IMS\ hi, had performed
examination on
Leonard MDnaly of Uxlge Road,
hurch. Death had occur-
10 twelve hours before
in- examination. There was a
.ilab wound over the centre of the
forehead throe quarters 1 I
long, quarter of an inch wide, ana
exundlng down to the bone.
A portion of the skull was dug
out and lying on the scalp. The
brain was exposed. Left fiontal
in area of
ichaa by a
third of an inch. There was ire-
haemorrhage over the
iid base of the brain.
The lungs were congest*--
d with air.
.irt and abdominal organs
.vei.- normal. There was some
in tin.* right kidney.
Death had been due to cerebral
haemorrhage and laceration of
....> pointed insim-
. terabit force
COUld have caused the m)ury
uch . Court.
in Mr. Ward: On considering
1 thought of .1
1.inking Instrument then the kmie
hewn me.

ceased, said she lived at Pilgrim,
, 1. rch. The deceased used
..
Dim alive about 3 p.m. on October
81. Next 1 massage
1 to the Hospital. There
urn lying dead. She had
.tie body. She knew the
!! worked
...
Im an agricultural
worker.
I.. Mr Wart ...used had
not been working at Balls when
urred.
L Bit Howard, in
sub-Station nad that
about iiiKiuight on October 31, he
i.odgc Road and saw a
man lying Hal on tus back in the
road, Ha was bleeding from the
head. Cpl. Goring and P.C. 1W
.ind they
man into the police van.
He had found a brown felt hat
on the spot. The hat was j
with blood.
At 4.30 a.m. next morning, he
went to the house of Mr. P. A.
ii Bkeete Hill Christ
Church, .acinpanied by P.C.
md Island Constable
Ha found the accused

Dim. There was knife on a table
in UM room and accused handed it
to him.
wu
Ithxxl waf coming from a wound
OH the mouth oi the accused and
known 01 blood stain, on his
Fortosquc clothes. When accused h
SirJohnHutson
Laid To Rest
THE bodv of Sir John Hutson
Kt.. ODE V.D.. B.A., MB..
Cat., L> i' H was laid to reet
yesterday evening at the family
burial place to the Northern efad
Of iheCathedral
m.. the corps'
ai the Western gate o| the Cathe-
A-here it was borne into
edral for funeral service
Bvartng the bodv were Eton
Frae* C. Hutson M.L.Cfc, Sir
Saint. Kt. CM G O.BE
Hob. G D. L. PUe. O BE.. Dr
Charles Manning. Dr. Lindsay
Hut-on, Mr. Q. F Sharoe. Mr
WE. Tucker. Mr. George It
The Gox-ernor was rajpn
the funeral by bil PnVBta M
W l-.mbert
The very Rev. Dean llutchtn-
m ii>rfurmed the funeral rites.
"Sammy Geese" only as .
him. In the written statement he
said more than one person had
attacked him. He heard a rum-
our al a late stage in his investi-
gations that "Sammy Geese" had
been carrying a dagger or .sword.
He had heard lha; "Samn .
had a row with 1 girl tailed Rubv
Belgrave. He never heard that
"Sammy Geese" had tnxi
- 1th the sword or dagger
A statement had been taken from
Belgrave. He was not sure if she
had mentioned the dagger.
The impression that he had got; jj",
bid farewell to four
during his investigations was that Iflclr ^'"patriots who are retlr-
the row between "Sammv Geese' "lK. and others who are pending
and the gtrl had taken plare U
fore the accused came into the 1Tnos*' 'Ctu nig were Sgt. Elcock
affair. It was alleged that "Sammv 1 wno scr\-ed for 40 years *
leveland Jones .md Rev- month*. He joined the Force 111
nold Phillips had been walking rfflrcn I910 and WM Promoted to
together that night. 1935. In i44
Dr. D. D. Payne said that at

been brought to the Casualty. Ha ' lha
was deeply shocked and romat,-. a as pro-
He had a punctured wound in Ibi Bant In I8H and
'entre of the forehead. He was. '" IMS he was awarded the
admitted to 1 ward where It was ('
revealed that the spinal fluid WM Mattel, lb
pure blood instead of being a clear this medal in 1944.
Plantation, St Philip, at about him the knife, he told him that
1115 p.m. on Wednesday and dm ""'T'.JKIh
froyed thin, and hall " L,' ^ 1
JCODd crop np,. i.,n.- The canes 1 that deceased had curled nin
arethepIOpvn% uf Messrs. IS. and the mouth, that he had a x
B. Smith nf Thicketts, St. Philip.
11 Polic'f men
Say (ioodbye
To The Force
YESTERDAY at District A'
Station, a large gathering
of Police Sergeants as well as
Sergaanta, who retired
many years ago, gathered
ied about an hour after-
wards.
Doiihitul
Shown the kmf
Paj-ne said he was doubtful about
that having caused the injury.
Ward: The wound
nva '.he impression
bntrunent used wm mort like
pick,
Cpl. Goring corroborated the
Sgt. Ho*
ard. So did P.C. 164
Sgt. Ivan Thompson
well known for his ad

An Hour In
Some Broad St.
Alleys
I AN Adveoate Range I
inspected I aaing mi*.

UJfl yeetenhu myinuig hninti
" nig..
Lukes \h- A
where hawkers sell vegetable*
and fruit. Kotten oranges arm
tomatoes scattered around. Trays
nearly in the centre of the roau-
way. Banana skins, pea husk
cabbage leaves, cocoanut shells
and 1 igarette boxes knocking
-round In the gutters. Push carts
ip the passage Up and
aown the alley of pi
Alley badly in need of a washing
Uolton l^ne: Grass and otiu-i
ahrnhbary growing m the gutter
lean.
Manchealer 1-me I'
[awken blocking the en-
Street.
l-tiu .-it LjJM
rce in 1913 ..iid wosiw.hich [omatiy
Baraaant In 1938.
He was awarded the Colonial
Police I,ong Service Medal in
1948 and up to th

Joined 111 l!H I
I
tember 1914
Car Dtanaged
In Accident
The right rear fender of the
motor mr M. 763 was slighll>
damaged when It became Involv
e.t in an accident with the lorr
M 1848. which was being .tn\.
by Arthur Green of Camnglon
Village, atong Delghtons Road. St
Michael, about 1 p.m. yesterday.
The car is owned and was beim
It McKenzle. Victoria
Btreat, City The lorrv
parts >>t Payne ol rpper cotiy-
more Rock.
Schooner Brings Firewood
Schooner "Felicia Monica" an*
"Princess Louise' culled vester-
;:iging with
tons of firewood, 310 bags o:
copra. 451 bags of charcoal, cocoa-
nuts and fresh fruit.
FnUcta Monica
from British Qu
"Princess Louise" from St Luoil
The Schooner Oi
tion. are local agents
"I im a proud consuner ol .
GOAT CHOW
e cows begin their younx ones on .
CALF STARTENA
Ihtaln.bl. Iroa II. J A BON JONES C.. Ltd.
W.V.W.V.V.V.V.V
and aare Insured,
AN ACCIDKNT occurred at
* about 12.15 p.m. on Wedncs-
y on Hincks Street batwaan
notor lorry M-878, owned by M.
L lljinson of Fontabelle. and
wiven by Darlington PWlllpe of
auek Rock, and another lorrv,
*n*d by Kendal Plantation and
wiven by Osbeit Pucki
Cumea Hill, St John.
The right front fender of Kend-
al t lorry wu dan
A VOSK1.RS m 8, inven by
J* Giles Hmds nf First Avenue,
ew Land, and a horse drawn
fe in
Ins hand, and that when he)
mi ins hand, "Sammy
. d got cut.
',d.n"ld*
. ments, accused had been
informed that he was chai

icauuonad
bin Aceuaed had made a volun-
tary statement.
n ttitncai conu
-xly of MOS-,
d se*" !*
The knife and clothing had been
,. Dr. Wal-
nni,ent Itacler.olog..
PC. Ethelbert Sargeant toWl after the beginning (N
the Court he had accompanieo; War I. Hi 'ted to
Mosely to the Hospital. iSen.
Allan Forde. an Island Consi^- Colonial Police
he had been going al UMlal.
Lodge Road in the night Mrtng were
October 31. he heard the noise] former Sgt. Major
of peoii:> iring Col
accused running towards bio
and the accused ran into Hum H
Tree Gap He (witness) condn- y. .,) were
ued up the road. Further up, h<
saw three people, and Springer, who

tried to rouse. The man said Col
nothing. He got in touch arith
:
Witness continuing told .mi that
having Sergeants had
to Skeete Hill 11 of the
accused had been arrested. Hi
had not known "Sanum : formed.
before. Hi To Mr. Ward: The ti. I 1
pie whom he had seen In
.v.eased was lying '"
PhllUpa, his bn I
Cleveland
Phillip*. l-y Jicates.
lad said he had been K ta tion, the
Plaza Theatre. Oislin on October j commission.-! aid. U give* me
31 Also there were MoMM great pleai he most
Mosely and Cleveland Jones. ,,|Uv functions in any Police
They left there together about Force in the world, to present
10 30 p.m.
On reaching Mr. Nurse <\ j|c ^161 that wl
house they saw th.- J(- u, because
pood-bye to 11
ho have rendered a total
walking with Darnle>
Phillips went down l gap to go
home. Mosely croeei
accused and said "1
want to beat me". Mosel>
"loosed" a cuff at PTescod. The
cuff caught Prescod and the ten.
started to struggle. Prescod was
og all the tine
as advancing.
". own*i ;llKi di ivenTby Benja- [ ad the" do! : a1w ln
Jordan of Bush HnU, WW ., ,h*
i had "'In*'""1 "J
n that the felt hat ww

g-l*W in in .nndcnl on Bank
Ulpros. Bmil a| about 4.00 p.m.
- ft Md
'Tm NOHni Lawn Tonnis
* Club * I 1 bv holdiliK ^i
*h S.lp lo-morrow, April I,
5 "* "
r"*."211"..... ii
jj IJ1 'ei Im IHIi
Thi: i. o-5u nwnpd b> Mr
^Q* Cane ol
L*".' inv by Mis-
""Mil Walk.-r wu Im
ccid.ni on Mount Wilton
J"J with a b'ryclo i iddm by
*Jf; Marnhall o( Spa. St. Joseph.
A*by M.nnall was lattr Mkrn
ZJ*" General Hospiul ant)
, fc2h* lc" bcadlanip of
JJJ unasbfd whili- thi
[^ nunuvely damasoil
Okii
* E. I. LaHfjevine
ot..

.ngcvinc. took ;
w on Tunday Ian in
'l.,iba-
l"'t Ml at
Mi ,
Inanimation
Di V, I. Ward a"1 Omt bo bad

ii.. had lkl Quarler
..I .i Inch lonil and tan
the i mlit i-ornfr ol the moiilr.
It look l
..ibiiK ol the Up m IB
jht imis-
. lOOtll WM I".....
. lalion ol the ngni
lip -a -,
There as an incised ..uno on
IM lilt tbih. II a. about a
,b long, and an
, With ..I .....mh deep It t*
uscd had told him Ihat
,, been three person,
against him. beating him Th. h.
had been ett.n the worst ol it
and that he had Uken In. knifc
out ol his pocket and "'
one ol then. The knife had
"" "S m hos-
sed^aid he cai ned the kn.le
M WM
,, m .rd: It
tn, bp could have W"
S"p*n."-
tftan J? -J uer 1. '** *' rm PC
^ P.ri.,l s,,, ., 19,a eived Ih. ;.-- -;; ..'.,

Mi aab
quarrel
V.
and
had
down by Durant's
Ha Iwtti i
that leads to hi
' fcu,!e!l
running down the road. He bad
t in his hand that shone.
but he did not ki.
came stum: .
..,-n he fell thra:
her had gone
ler hi
'' ,
H
I ,i he had

^olng on bei"
girl tnend. The
taken pi
Gap.
DmI Not Hear
me. and
I went on accused. He pushed
me off I did not see Mosely go
up to accused and challenge
belt I did not hear Adolphua
Brew.ter tell Mosely I
himself or he would DfU
Further questioning <> ine
rosdad that the weapon
which deceased was
have had in hi* hell
like a cutlass than n
N,x: witness
vears in Polic
.
tliMid S, r\i.(
ng Sergeants had rendered good
m gofrtt-
1
i
"bad 'i
rted when
-igeonts >tarted. condi-
tions were more difficult, but

. :hat in the Police Force
each member must pa i

irossoss th he hoped
that the
footstep
He said thai ii
nuch as possible

hut that has to
soda bottles. Donkey-.art pariatM
m the centra ol lha roadway
l.ivrrpHd lane: Kairly clean
; ound.
Ilifgiiuofi LaaM One of the
most untidy alleys. DOOI
Jow shutters place.! at the Broad
Street entrance and fornunn ;.
blockage. Hits of card. A large

bills
'ommissioner of PoUca
told the Advocate raatatday thai
in the abaanca i City marital
and as a result of Pob I
ttan are forced to move
highways and go into than

ither hand .1 n
toU lha) Advocalr
I
.ileys. th<
filthy eondltion-
Itributad to
(ran ail <
kata that the Sani-
tary Dei". ild an>ntQ)
.1 regular Alley Staff to keep lha
: anch oul
from Broad Street, clean.
Butter Coiih\s To
Aid Hou8ewivts
THE islands supply of bultei
was increased by 1.696 eases i
tinned butter (ran t
85 cases of peanut butb
Brisbane alien porth

asday.
nan)
rived Just In time for tl

i.md.

hich arrived here from Austra-
nada up of me*'..
About 260 cad ol
among the supplies taken #
bourne Egg pulp, mutton, Bi -
.
od earroLs
samples, icecream mix 1 >iih
from that ;.
From Sydney, brisket beei
at, al
.
1

U ..
pudiiinK and peahrjj mixture),
custard powder, vanilla

Trinidad when- it l
tierces of oranges (or tl
d.-
Ut_ '*'"' at.l ifherageshe pieaance "' blcaal
3Sr,1.7r,,h'r
The rtit ol the
, recalled lea-
told Mr Wart
JonM 1
*
tarwd to beat
He had sword in hi
Pracod came up after the nfht
Mod) and Prc~-od m
to each v
Nrx, "*
walking with us
SdtS* 1 "" ? Z"%to\
tartad to lllbt ,
K,"thev loughl. Mowly wa, re-1
r and R"
'- it*- :-v v";;
and run down Use road Mo~ y
. mtablini. Mid e.an-ua'1)
relton Let^l "*-*, '
|aKi' I
ko tog.th- "Is are Mesara Da "-oat:
a> ..11 iiate : Co. Ltd.
We have lull received a
Heaiitiful assortment of . .
LEATHER
NOVELTIES
(Hand Painted)
With tin Crest of the . .
umvrasrn
WKST INDIES
and al) wllh the Creat of .
IIARll .
The porfacl Memento to
send to that friend abroad
BAG PUR8I
HOOK MAI1KKK
POCKFT KNIFE (In caae)
SMlll'I'INt; PURSE
KEY CASE
i LEAF NOTE UOOK
SIKII'PINti LIST
HAIR CHIPS
MANICURE
/.Il'P Pt'ltSE (2 kindal
STAINLESS KNIIT In case
In cue)
siliie horn im caae)
. SET
TRAY PURSE (2 kinds)
FOLDING itl'l.l;
MANICURE SET
BOX COVER
CARD CASE
MAGNIFIER in caae)
l
TOIIAt CO POUCH [UPP]
FRUIT KNIFE tin caae)
POCKET WALLET
CIGARETTE CASE
ZIPP WALLETS (u.
Map of Harbadoa.
Shoaj Windoir
RKITi: HI UHUilll \||
LTD.
ooking
%r
J^eauty
in
3$ed- Isime
apparel?
YOU SHOULD INSPECT THESE
LADIES NYLON NIGHTDRESSES
shirred It.ulix-
i- iivitiu.m ..nil
mh frilled sliculdrr
make ideal glfU.
trap*. These are
LADIES ART SILK NIGHTDRESSES
In flowered Jer%r>.
LADIES SATIN NIGHTDRESSES
I laatalilH irlmmed. In While. I'irik and Blur.
HARRISON'S boad st.
USE A
rippingill.es
BLUE-FLAME
STOVE
FOR EASY & CLEAN
COOKING
A.S.BRYDEN& SONS (B DOS) LTD.
AGENTS.
These Items have the Hall Mark of
Quality lor Men
uau Mom ..:
. of blua, Ian, Bray ta.S3
I Ml OLA PYJAMAS
t>44 ins.
Ml
M IMIKIII mils.
Whtta cotton hemstllcheil
with Initials
I ... li 41c.
II iNDKI K( nil Is
,.lle.l
i... n ii.i:
II \Mlhl 111 llll I -
' with Initials
aak .... ..
( KI.ANISE SILK
I MIIKIM Ml
RA1HAC PYJAMAS
otton ami wool waist From $1.22 ta $1.91
for travelling. Striped
.f. wtl H.n
Mm it sit.21
JANI/I s 1. \1 I I
I It I \K-
I I r.
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LID.
10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
Khaki & White ', lainatli
llilsl
Pair sl.M
IAKTZEN n till -III-
VIM
cleans everything
smoothly and speedily!


I' vl.K SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATfc
/

> RIDAY
*AC,
POND'S
COLD CREAM
VANISHING CREAM
SKIN FRESHENER
FACE POWDER
LIPSTICKS.
Beauty and Youth
deserve good care

^"HFN you fed Imleu. tired and depTC&eJ
ihc ie*on dm >yuI blood * thin and
pule without enough ml blood-corpuwlo
*od your affttl arc vaajE jnd undcfDourMbcJ
New rma Mood-corpuiclvi
Wh you need is a course of 1m*m* M"m
Tonic lood Sjnjt.t^n dboMmi ihc MO
Krc-i iHivl.-huildifntlooJvoiBdnnphotplioru.
ad rama which build up new fcdi.ofpu,ie
in >our Wood jnd iced nur *naV.nnfi]
ihu. dj. in dl) filhnt .oui hod*
teilou>nc tiukly.hMdtbaadhapet -
onaeooneol 'Sirurtogwi today,
ruin tint! ilrugniuli
NMflr ln\i<
tOUII
restores health, >outh and tilahtY
SAXATOUE.Y
IMIOAUUMY
" ''" ,,s' "" -"> - ....... MM .. M.H
l-Ll.ll, BAG. . ,.., ,, B,, fc.. , ,u (f-_ ^ _. m mw
"* i Mm .ac mm ...i. i. ..,. bu M K,d
.....""'" nun nan . wmw. h,. i... u m :.,
i HMn | ankmt. u wu. .. a Hat ..... M
IIKISS SIMM'
LIGHT & POWER
THE PHANTOM
A
HMM..CAI.F ';OMWAKA.AK>SEsEt'

AI.DTHEMES4ASE is'iW. V
AM BETTER MlSiVxJ COMES OOfT
DIANA' GIVE irTOHIM-' LIKE Fl IM
WILL'
ILJ^E^U^aRAY MOORES
TROUBLE FREE
"LISTER-
ALTERNATOR SETS
T-" ** D,ES- OKIVEN Al.TENATO8
* K.W.
I* i K.M.
1 K.W.
-2 * .;
M cpUfe wilQ Irtl-fcMjJ, 4Dd AuU,ni.U. Volta,.
KifuUlori. ^
^ COMPLETE RANGE OF SPARE PARTS IN STOCK:
me b \Ha tint* wmmamv ud.
SPECIAL CLEARANCE
RECORDS
n DUala ..

SOMI.i.
""

BEAI'TIFI I Jo* Lou
BUMBLE BOOGIF '" L"
BLL'ESOFTM. ""*"* *"
BLl-FS F01i
DA COSTA & Co.. Ltd.
ELECTRICAL DEPT.
QUAKER Offi
give more nourislaaaj
,0 !jejp children grew
OWOC NU1IH lUAUAln
"'"'-"P;.. Add t*. win
^2Sf CAMOMIMAIIi...........t,,
'*^f VIIAMIN! ,, ,.....
f/wnits to the
Irium in
Pepsodent!"
Vcs. Pepsodent is the onl> toothpaste that contains 1-iubl Aot
there's no more dlccln .: suhManceihanlnaBkl*
to dental science Y liniea-ncc whentaelnoaii
Pepsodent removesihe dulling suinsand harmful flfcB ft0"-"*!!
there 'sne glamout. added brillianatoyiMmW

the TOOTHPASTE
WITH IRIUM
(/&
WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD.
Inc. B. (i.
Grasp This OpportuniO
IK OUt I kLDEPABfl"
SS | | M quote >"U
ull
A.C. MOTORS (^



BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACK
^-^^T-irsJlieni con-


M nry cheap
C I* ""nslW condllion
F.- Sf-W^.SAfiE IT11- T'le"
BAmM- OAKAOI
'cm--------------------
si^S^^IT,
1-------~wd Quem*e> giving
J5S-*f ,K?Su Appl> Boyaon
&ii"Srs, SB,
Philip
31 3.5-2n
nECTWCAL
_ _,., riotti** WaOdnii
boid uiHimi net HOOPS can
llM *" <""""" """VfU Jo
mwaiiui puts rrriNr.s si,.
l~1 lirt, Ifc It. : "1_'. ''
r:r. To. Co T"'"J"r ,S'
(KHANICSL
-S555L*; S5SS1 --'
"kiMu. airf lower
ifr!t """JS m -i ..j^" ~
,.i ," ,"a..'"',
IftLVAKISEO PIPE HKB*
fcilU *lranled PH* ?* **'
fWTK TYRES i *>' H P*
4(* rwll "st n^pi>rtnllv M IW<
"Wi GsTSra I.a Phone_ ,
Ami nroRm you wantft>
fr, here -nd they're Keen
Kalanari and Bin* records. Hnum-
IBiiVl Ro* vooels by An
BB BaHeri. H1U* Bn.lhers -It
A Barnes. Bt Co
U> J.50- I f
^K5Jlira}NR-**emeld PI"1'
Mr ernboaacd Of IntereM to c
W f> Richard. A- S*>
I'HWtWl
I rfl.1 :
tf art hrrebv wwf- **!
dH In mv wife ClaAHlCF.
eTAI.Y 8i *** t Hn
bU rosse'I tenonsible for her or
mmr'intr am 'lent tw
me unless by n .niw
CARS' SF-AIY
Dean'* I.i/u*
My l-
wwthi
,,**- tk* MOd reference Apply
W Hula*. TOST ATTT.MPT"
aBa* Hill 31 3 50-ln
A OrMlAL WAIT)
P** * bt able to rook lVfrrence-
"**. Apply- Bex Rt.
I_____ 31 SSe?"
***TO 11QIEDIATEI.Y an
{tweel rook, apply with reference ti
"*". Pine mil. si
________ 31- S !2n
*2PX.T MANAOFJI m
JJiB-ek-lw^Sfnall Ho'.
2^' tulUWc middle xi o. re
5m!1 "i'',i:''4f* Wrt"1 Box M
_ SI 3.5tV-3n
l2?n"w IhM M to M -
Mr. Cyrl) t._
Oodrlncion Hill. TV->p1.ii
30 3 W- n
*[fUJE0US
S^~~ "> c~, io m

.'or four months. Apply fUiDh A iv...
30 3 SO-Jn
ciiLicinu^siwm con.! Th,.
if^n-omn. fully furivlshrd
Board. Hardwood Allay nfoni- S *t
M01 _______ 30.3 SOfa
four month*. Phon. Macl"
3 :* :
Vewly built hou<* on P-x>i -
Bay. lor four to ux rnonlhi Fully for.
-lsh.4 w.ih llnrt. and cutlery stud-
iufcrr car al*> ruppliad ii ,,.
further particulars phone P r '
Muffrl J787 or B330 oX^r 4pm
___________________ 3 SO- tv
OITICE-Ha.1111 si nt Io W n
llutehinaon Co rv further partin,
lars aoply W. B Hutchlnaon b Co
____________ lta.S0-!fn
FOK 1UWT. From HI April Upatac
rrmi< No Swan r~-
Ut Aawnov or MmtUr lypr
CnmaM ImmodUUly on Prrmiar. Nw ,
Swan Strae-t. si ? .
UTS HOUSt -Lucas swe*, A da
irable htuitwea stand. Wi'-
lixlurw and furniture Contact 'mmrd:
iirlv Than I ftroa Pnnce Willl-ni Hrni
Sire*! Dial 34M. H
nmOAXOW, > mi taping -e mal
"OM, iiaiinvi fin-rushed fm
*l' onmforn. Encllsh balh* with hen'
hovers. tAlrphonea. vnindah* Tel'
'"'" ^ft_____________ 11
"'III II MM It is
'25 *',">' ?rnad by obtalnlnf ordan
for pHaai* Christmas Cares fror
our frtartda. No previous experlenr
laca-Bary. Wrlla today for beautiful fre-
Hampla Book to Britain* largrat ,,
'..emoai PublUhar.; hl(heat commlawo.
larvelloui money making oppcriunily
riARiiAnos iim mbvi
AKHOriATION
, DIVISION III
All jbordinate member, of ilw QfrV-
^ment S-rvlca at* asked I
..* Town Ifall on aatad-
I p -l to which thay u
*kc a special effort to attend
AOKNVA
i A panaral talk on ,.. .
service ra-iubordlnate employta.
2. Select n manacinc , :
A. B I vv.s
30 3 SO-*, DivlsloruU Sec.etar,
NOTICE
"AKBAjyOS.
IN THK A8SIKTANT COI'BT OF
APPEAI.
Re Workn^en Oornpen-iion Act, 1H3
Notice Is hereby Aver, that Jamei
Hbrrn of Clevedale BUok Rock In th.
rlah of Saint Michael, emploved It-
Mr. Norman I> nils as a quarry labour
er waa iniured by falllnK
iwiuHnj the quarry m which ha w
working; and died ast a result of the ui
Irvlurlaa and that Compenastlot, haV
been i-id Into Court.
All the Dependants of the above
'mrd decnaiiid are hereby required (
nuoar at the above-named Court on
Wednesdsty the 5th day of April ISSC
ol 10 o'clock a m
Daled thla 37th day of March IV60
r. v. giij
A4 Clerk A C A
?i> i : i .i
NOTICE
Eatale Ot
SAMI'Rl. IIAMPDEN
Dacoauad
HEHEBY GIVEN that a)>
peraona having any debt or claims atfami"
'he Estate of Samuel Hami*!.'!, i
Baxters Road In the City of Brkajatown
this Island, Raker, who i
and on the 3ih day of Sept.
estate, are requested to send In pai
ticulara of their clalma duly attested I
'he undarsqrned GEORGZ HEM '
wriXIB. CUC L W. Clarke A Co
SolK'itum, James Street, Brldnelown. Oi
or before the Mth April 1960. after wh
data I shall proceed to dlsUibule the
-rt* of >he dfceaaed amon.-
entltlaxl thereto havlnr. raa>rd onl' '
uih clalma erf which I shall then have
lad notka and I will not ra-
th*) nasals or any part Hi-mf
dislrtbuted to any pereon o* whose debt
or claim I shall not then have had notice
And all peraona indebted to the sal'
K-Ute are requested to eettkt their in-
deblednea* without delay.
rVed tM Mth day of Fa*
GEORGE HKNRV Wll-KIK
Ailnilnlstrator of the F>ute
of Samuel Hatmpden. deceased
1 SO- >
WAKT* TO IIT
-- 31 3 Jo- *n j
Wanted to Buy
MaS' r^D WORK fUI ra-iala
S" *m Wu"'. Trafalgar Street.
==------ " 3 S03t.
NOTICE
Re E*ate of
MARY PRANCES MIL1XR
DegsMrMd
NOTICE is herabv Bhtn that aa
-on. having any debt or rlalm ag
or Aflccting the Batata of Mary France*
Miller, deceaaad, late of School -*>
Halls Road, In the parish o( fmlnt
r.flchael In this Island. Spinster, who
died at School lam* aforeamld on the
17th day of January IteO, ox requaeied
to send In particular* of their claims
duly Minted to the undrralgnad Edith
Viola BJenmen C/o Meaar* Ha>nea At
Griffith. Solicitors, No. I Swan Street.
Bridgetown, on or before the 3lt day oi
Mav, I860 ailer which data I ahall Pf-
ceed to dUtrtbuta the aaaeU of tn* de-
ceased among the p-rtlea entitled there-
to hvlng regard only to such ckuma oi
which I -hall then haw had not!
I will not be liable for th* aaaata or any
part thereof ao distributed to any person
M whoae debt or ctaim I shall not then
have had notice. _..
And all pereoni Indebted to the asm
<*ii.le are requested to settle their in-
lUbtedness wllltoul delay.
rx.ied this llh day of March l)0.
EDITH VIOLA !HJ3iM<\-*'
Qualined Executrix of the nil of
,.IAY FRANCXB MILLJ dacaMM^
"^W" LICENSE NOTICE
&^an^t0, LucUa O'Uift.
^SrS.r * ^tan
^S^V^bx^maN.
" -lal* "Wrata. Dial

mJLTION
,i Cable and
,rd, St. Ijwience Gap. on
Thursday next 30th Ma-ch. 'nn'n* *'
oollectlon of
Planks, old lumbar, were! block !*-*
a collection of Pme Tables *f?**L
desk* BMM are 10 ft. Ion* "., I f I rkk
wvaral cupboard 7x5. chairs, boxes.
aaoiane drums i3) Lawn "*" ,L
Liatar Pump Sl**l tank i*-' '*
nllona and aavenil Item* of iniereet.
TSBMI CASH
D ARCY SCOTT
la.3.50 5n.________
I III It swxs
Ward Elected
thitrchuxirden
For Christ Church
s, Church
O c"",,"" '" "Mch Mr
to
Churchwarden of t|
nSSHh?hu'"-rdcn had don.
S^*."" *<"k although
report did not >how every-
"d done ,d lhc> \s
1 a were very [lleuty. with
; which he hld^ducf
a ihe aftain of the partjh.
Mr F c. Goddard also spoke
terms t ,he .T,
had cmMou,
I* ..uties as Churchwarden.
lakkM the
members for their kind rtmirkB
Sr?"-"1 "' H. St. G. W.TS
the new Churchwarden.
Q Gittcns seconded.
-;..mously euiMd
ilfouf Churetn
Un, him. He said

4 to uw aboUti
Ut he hoped Ih,.i
a so on
I cry
ouid cooparaU aa m done m
Ksm Intern!
<.jtEoin8
nleo. he said that he
never got ruffled and look
interest in the running of the
iffairs of the parish
lor the work ne
lad done.
Ml' '''-" II.....ti
..nd Mrs. 11. A
* nd junior
lively.
felt that Mr
notion to
Mr. (, scd Mr.
Drayton tor nominating him bul
declined owing to i.
:ime.
Mr. M
io be allocated by the Director oi
.
MMd a resolution
.til of not
it.ore than ., Barclay s
Hank, In run the pariah until taxes
art: Rev.
A. F. Mandeville (Chairman), Mr.
11. St. G Ward (Churchwardenl,
Mr. G. C. Ward, Hon'ble A. G.
Mr. C. M. l)i.,.
Bourne, Mr. F. C. Goddord, M.C.P..
JOIMB, Mr. C, B. Branu-
ford. Mr. J. E. Websner, Mr. C.
lull, Mr. Victor Chase, Mr. 11.
Mr. C. S. McKcnzie.
In 4 .rlisli But
IN HOetT Skh Alex,- R
l*uy Noelars.. :*(, ar> \i |. -
aim Sen Cachalot, sen \u
D-Ortac. Sch Anita H Sen Eta
J*** trl' aitiamul O Crordon. Sch.
rriaaueji Fieejv, *n Turi-
GeralrUna H **, Gardenia W
Sch. Blue Nose Mar. Sch Hi
Sch Keaunald N. Wallace, ra
Tapt.
ARMVALat
Sch Pnnceea Louaw. 34 ton* not.
all, from St Luria. AganU.
9ch ... Monica. tons net Cpt
Joseph. Irmn Bntlah Gulacia. Agents:
S.h Owner. Aaaacaauoii.
IN TOUCH WITH BAKU ADOS COAST STATION
CABLE And Wireleea WaM Indie- Elix-beth A Ftanasan: S S Nor
L*a Advise that thay can m,v com- . G Brajti I Viggo Hpnsaaen I
"lumcaie with the followina ships HolbecK Gereau. f*S Alcoa 4
Norden.
SB.
-------------- ship, notbecat s s .jerui- -S Akv. CUp-
tnrotalli their Barbados Coast StaUon :- par: SS Alcoa Frnnant S S Angan-
l.ri* SA Golflto: S S AthaUtane
SS Alar. S S Yam-nota ss Speut SS Sunrelli SS. Planter: SS Ua D-
lh Impxrlal Toronto: SS l>tor H.- .1 S Sunmor*: SS. Comineoia>
* S Mercator: SS Ijbeiv Oolorea' S S EHrarbeth S S
rarre HUU Z -. MornuKland SS Celestial SS Akxxa ItlgTUn'
Warpa taounialn: S S Can Cardifl: S.S Akxaa ~
DKPARTt'rUH
aai Philip H Darvidaon al tuna net,
i .*>i ramur, for Untie). Guutu, Aglent*
-cnooner Owarrra1 AwcUiu.
*h Haaeil Sw.n, 30 ;,.
Marks, lor St VlrarM
Owner* A-.
M V Carare* 33* ton*
Ttmidad. Agenl
nmaii Co. Ltd
UtRlYALS BY 11 >^
from Trinidad:
Alan Pterr HuMditaon. Daniel Nieu-
nxsrk. Aunder, Warki
^xr- Viola Williams .' il
nm raaawnrUr Irrencc Hawkn
tanaai Porullo: Joseph Judx-
I Tom St. Lucia:
George Adama rlesir> Bel
-
^UrUl>4il
[a'ARTVTWa BY B.W.I A L
For Trinidad
....
.....
rat*- semen Mr Rek.]
rat .;.!. Mjar ,'orui Seileel Mlea Carol
- !,} Medfurd Mr- w\i-
.. a ttmOtm
For Cuidad TrujUlo:
Mr Vertwin SpeirTht; Mrs Hwaalyn
-a
rf-iler. Mr. Paul Sai-
I .^efr Ooniaslves:
.UI:
Mss Havtrive White Mrs Eathet
rn Mr. 'rthur Plewa: Mr Braar-
.-...rl lle-w- Mr Jotu. Ilatn~'i.

Mr* Arnutnde Osrrlere. Mr. Frnest
i lien
Stock Market Pleads Not Guilty
Oi .Mauslaughter
LON1XJN, M...
The new traalUifl period, which
oe*un in Uie London Si
.nunge la .,i ihreg

.iaysumcient to
ousincss at low

1850 was without mati
.lui'nce on price* tc-d
ill wi-ic null and mixiM
Bntlah funds wen- without not-
able alteration, allnuuKii U 0C-
casionai miprovemeiu in
ed. Industrials ind
were harder where ch..:

provincial buying.
11 Policemen
Say Goodbye
To The Force
fraga pace 5
He then wished BWM
'ions- life and prolonged happi-
ness In NtfetraMDt
Sgt Major Franklin next moved
a vote of thanks and this was
seconded by Sgt. Inni-s Sgt, Kl-
cock. who ip-jkc OD bamUll
rvUring, thanked the Commis-
i'olice for urnaniMiig Ibc
Function.
The function was climaxed with
Sgt. Thompson singing
mans Lot." and l\
Doodle All Day."' Cpl Best and
Bgotdgman RoUock oi 'be Hand
gave Comic Sket*
Sgt. Brathwaite took the place
of Capt. Ralson
Band. At the end. the retiring
Sergeants led the Band tn a march
around the Square.
Those pending retire men: an
Cpl. W. Norrts. who Joined in
1946 and is being invalid,-,, out
of the Force after being injured
while- OD duly al S. i
Constable Blavkman who joined
in February 1 r>19- Me
30 year.s 1 month
Captain Suspended
GLASGOW.
for 3 years by a Court -
here corn stranding
and total Ice* of the 7.750 ton
London cargo ship "Janet.
(Iiuiie*' oil the Argentine coas
last April.
UX1 found Uul
u.iii> traa cauaad by default o
.tin J. A. McCore
i;.ind.
The chief I I
Court hi
wrote up his log Eron the aliere
log.
He "aa se\eiel> iCprimandt-d,
rad of realponsibilily to:
the .stranding and loss of thi
I H n|
(Renter.
20Kilkdi ."ilHnjur.il
MANILA. March 30.
Groups of d; .
said to be 1.000 I
i

south of Maiul.i KCOrdinfl to le
I IVfJd "> the t 11
.if 'Mile
and 50 injured, the raj i
Reulrr
SHIPPING NOTICES
Canadian National Steamship*
Barbados Baibadoi
from page a
d i wont to the Police
. n and leported it."
TO Mr. Ward: After the iim
light Mosely went on Duratit's
.i.ined, he
did not h.i\. :!.. iword. Me did
not hear Mosely tlucatt-u 1're.s-
Me had seen Adolphuv
ill bj tbi tirst light.
I bOU llrew.sler speak
Mi atlj
Reynold Phillips added his brief
quota to the evidence. He hud
what had happened
between Mosely and Prescod.
At this stage the Court
adjourned until 10 a.m. today.
i.ovi iia>ii \i Minns
1-s.OY RODNEY
1-ADY NBJtON
IAUY HGDNEV
t-M>Y NE1SUM
IADY RODNEY
MlMHHtH siv
IADY RODNEY
IADY RODNEY
1-ADY NUi-os
IADY RODNEY
11th tea]
mm \U\
Nth May
Uth Mar
LaV An
>r.| June
3rd Jul.
Sih Jti
Bth Apr
13rd apt
rsii' "
lath June ,
Hth Jul, lath
Mtfa An
ITth Ap lWh AM JSlh Apr
SU. Mai ath rrtaylTth May
Sth June letn J..., lath June
nth JtUMStth Sth July
STIh ^ Mth Jell :ui Aua
------ Ml.
I l-t Jim
10th July
tth Auc
13th J.il
llth Ai..
N.B.Subject to chance without noUM. All vcaset, ritted with rold *torage CBaM
bera. Paaaancer Farea and frelchl latee on applacatlon to ;
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. Af enU.
I'ubiir timUm Cmd
Al'POINTNENT Or IIAKHUI R \Ml SHIPPING HArBTaxt,
HARKAIHis
Applications are invited for the ixjst of Harbour and Shipping
Master Barbados.
Applicants must be the holdei of | MrtlAcatO as Master of a
foreign going ship, or must have attained the lank of Navigating
Lieutenant or any higher rank in His Majesty's Navy.
The post is pensionable with >akuy .-it the rate of $3,840 per
annum.
Applications with eopiM Of 'testimonials should be addressed to
the Colonial Seereiar>. Public Huildmgs, Bridgetown, and should
reach him not later than the 30th of April, 1950.
3U.3.502n
REAL ESTATE
inn || mt board and "h.nale huuic
mth t*o brUiuuM.k Kiandlnc on about *s
acre of land situate in Sea Via
Lsicelles Plantation. Priced I
or ra U-rriit. See HAROLD PROVERBS
oi co ltd. Z3J.se, aaxdJa.
Ker for sale to public com-
iKtition on Friday the 31st Dai of SUrtli
ifW, at 3 p m. al our iXBee Jamas Street
The Measuag* Dwelllnc house and hop
-tuale al Tudor Sireet. Brid*eti>*i.
BdJoaabal The EcoLf Church standing on
IIMI4 aquare feet of land.
This properly which I* built of stone
comprlsaa a shop to the front and a
'iiUsUng of Bve roi
back.
i.n^Uicil* and Government vain
lor inspection apply on tic prenusas
the tenant any day.
ii., '.it;-.,. paMlpvain H ;
HITCH IN SON . BANFirj.n
Solicitors, James Street,
IT 3 SO- a-
DWBalalira HOUSE llh 1*80 Mjuare
frt of land .ituate at Spruce Street,
Brldav'
: MO HOUSE with IJtra square
le,'i al lard -ituate at Welllnctoii
. town.
A PARCEL OF IAND contalnlni
I.Hi) >quare feet situate at Wrunaiot.
Street. Bridgetown
The above air the properties ol Cam-
inM and will be set up for
,!-;,.- CnmpeUtion at lal Offlct.
^o. It James Street Brlda.eton on
Ft Ida v. Mat March. 1900 '
tn two above men-
ling houses, apply io th* re-
pecllvc tenants.
YEARWOOD 4! BOYCE.
S4.3-M- Sn.
IHNT.Al/iW AT NAVY GARDENS
lU Cool QU
mm raelea Biertta *
I and Breakfaat Boom*
11 In larder and I ip-
et and tiled bath. J badroonii
-'i 'h tarn pnasajf and waiei
breadfruit and other fruit '
, nd yrd* Sood condlUon, Inspection h
,,ot>ointmer.t OlJ) Archie CI
.. 1
The inderifned will offer Io* >ale -*
wedneaday the th dafy of
*K1 de^lra'bta Cgalow railed -CUB

RJack Rock, with the lai.J
baal Mi. Charlon
'.' feu laaee rantauna 1 large^pw*"
laivnory and B-.
i-ove-nmenl Wa
.
"'
Tor further particulaes
.! Sale applv cottij:. cattobd co^^
Attention is drawn I tTOl si Drug and Patent
and Prop.. nt) Order, 1950 wluch
will be published in the Ofncial Gazette of Thursday 30th March, 1950.
2. Under tl.is Ordtl tlM m llmg prices of "Lydia
Pinkhams Compound and 'Phillips Milk of Magnesia" are as fol-
lows:
Taw Schooner "Anita H
accept Carso and Pass* ,
tireiiada. sailing Satuiuay l.t
April.
The Schooner "Girdeiii
crapt Caaeo and Paasengers f
mmdad sailing Saturday lit
April
The M.V Daerw,Hxi
accept Catr>> ..ml l"a.. ,
Si. IaacJa, si
Aruba. date ol lanling .ill b.-
Slvan.
B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS'
ASSOCIATION I INC.)
Coiiaia-noaa.
II
MAIL NOTICE
by Um
SchooiH-r -Unitr-I Pill
will b.
10 |.m.
on Slat .
Roglgten d liaU it '.'.so
: Mari-h. ID50.
orihiiiiij Mail .ii 2.10 p.m.
nil Um .Uil Mai.h 19S0.
lit t.i.r.. in.i.\s.tii. v\ mil i
FRENCH USE
S'ailiny lo .sailing to
Trinidad Plumoufh
"MISK" Apui Ma) 19&0
"(.ASCOGNK". Xl'til 19th, 1950 Mth, 1950
"MISH Ma> 9th, 1950 18th, iujO
"UASCOUNK May 24th, 1950 May 31st, 1950
"GASCOGNK June 28th, 1950 July 5th. 1950
ITEM
L>dia Pinkhams Compound
Phillips Milk of Magnesia
UNIT OF SALE
Small size bottle
Lariir
4 ox. bottle
12 oi. .,
MAXIMUM
RETAIL PRICE
1.70
3c.
2c.
Alemion Is drawn of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1950, No 12 win. I. will ! published in th, Offlcial
Gazette of Thursday, Mth March, 1950.
2. Under this OrdCf tin maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of "Beef-Corned'' are aa follows:
For furlhei pai nculars apply to :
R. M. oONES & CO., LTD.-Agents.
BeefCorned
WHOI.KSAI.K
PRICE
(nut RMrfl
$17 66 per case
of 48 x 12 oz. tins
$4.42 par 12 tins
RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)
10V. per 12 ui.
tin.
30.3
REAL ESTATE
SEASIDE COTTAOH ood W''
near town, going eheaip. Ph*e W^
VICTOH COT, Rivef Road, itending: on
13V) .q feet of land It ha. closed Sal-
lery. drawing and dlninS room tri oeo-
rooms. W.C and Brltl It ^L'
tone w,th the roof covered with UW
is* and ahlnilaa II I. within aaayhmh
nf all the schools and Brtdl
Bus la.e. V^ant PO~- '-^''>
tdasarine Lane
MJM.-4A. ____
AT UM ofnc* orT the uridalgn*>l p
Friday next Mat tautest a I P '. *
Sm mmmmm
Iffl 'auM IfARBADO'* I
. shsmraa BARBADOS 1-
if atair* BARBADOS SJJ
THADINa CO >-"rSa-rtre-
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TO MHItt HAMS XM1 l.llt I l:\MI M ( OKI K \( IOB*
Merchants and Government Contr,,
gainst the Government are again reminded that payment
of all such accounts ahoul fore the 31sl o/ .March,
1950, al the Treasurj;.
: Failure to do this will lead 10 payment ol the
claim.
28.3.502n.
jisr mint 100
iab ihmii\(, )t>iR msrwenon irraa
S.P.C.K. BOOK DEPARTMENT
/./ FLOOR C f. BAMBOO* & CO, III).

'"-"* JPJS measr".
'lt P "' CAWUNOTON A^1^,,,
"Tot" It CHOICE
DELUXE TAB1X aKXaBL
Burner complete r" a**
A LTtLm
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, n*t.k far B.I-,)
Ml H1BLE BOOH S Jej" l .".!" Ki..l. 'la this baah UM aalber baa
takaa -" -H' "'! tbra.fb i.. Bisit fraaa G...W. t. lb. A.U
-f the Ap-.tl .
liaise ttntU'Urs a* Saa
iwl IIATION Si
KOOKIS T. WASBlhuTOS a, Basil Malbe-s 'a ft*sl (all aalharlUllse hie-
arapky .1 the ikrMl .a-naler s>a isUrirrlrf.i
And (aur NOVEL* '.EOHCETTE HEVER
in i n .in
mi. st'ui laAintf.
TBS gPAMaU BBUtE
Tbosa and nan laaaaa, ttoek. i>, Well a Vsuwrs eaa aa a Stale sg
%1 raaeraable prise, salUSM aa illu te people af all laaUi aag agta.
WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD.
INC. IN B.C.
lusi in limt'
for F.untvrH
uE
K001WKAR
OF DISTINCTION
Tll.MI
t III IK II S
| .
Guaranteed < niiifm I. "* a
llroun WUIOW. Black 7
Box (all Oxdinls.
i
Famous l.ni;lisli Sirons,
Black oi Drown Oxlorcls,
Mruuii Hriiuue Willnu
Brown Semi BreafUfl
Suede.
!!
FOOTBALL
Tlie Fixtures for the 1950
Koothiit ui be
I from Ihe Hon
c/o Advocate Co.
A lirnited number of
coaching manuals of the
Football Association of Eng-
land can be bought from
i ry Secretary 11
..rosen-
'.atives or clubs aflll..
REMOVAL
We beg to notify our
friends and clients, that our
Ofhce is now situated over
Bala Shoe Store Ltd., Lower
Bread Street.
Telephone No. 4345.
<\ L. PITT & CO.
-re'*'-
V/W,V/V'.V..V/-..'.\
NOTICE
We be)g iu remind our CUf-
n..i OUT Grocery
Department will be closed
half-holiday as USUall
rhundny 6th April.
Kindly nrdrr >arl> and
ubligr
S. E. COLE it CO, LID-
31.3.50
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CORPORATION LTD.
i on mali:
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IIIXOS
AND
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
"""vr. MARCH
Everton Defeat
Carlton 2-0
IN i .;ame at Kensington yesterday. Ever-
ton defeated Carlton by two goals to nil to win their second
match for the season.
--------------------------------------------------- Both goal? were K^rod in the
first half of the game, the flrat
was t),e result of penally kick
vii taken by right-winger
and the other, a well-
timed shot by centre-forward
CooUfft
rton started oft defending
the screen goal and for some
time kept the ball In their oppon-
ent*' goal area The first good try
tad* when centre-forward
ConllfTf beating the defence, at-
tempted to score at short range
but goul-keeper King was In
petition and negatived the effort
Iton soon got going .-.nd a
fine combination by Lucas at In-
side-right. Cozier at
ward and Greenidge at inside-left.
W.I. Team Will
Give Good
Account
from pace I
of cricketers many
bunch of cricketers many of
whom are seasoned player*,'' Mr.
Goddard said. Although there
would be difficulties and disap-
pointments from time to time, he
promised to do everything to make
them hope and uphold the tradi-
tions of West Indian cricket
Mr. J. M Kidnev. manager of provided an opportunity for Lucas
m said that he fell confld- " nd in a powerful try which
ent that the team would give a "fted n*>ily and went over the
good account of itself On previ- trou Dar
ous occasions the West [n Good Tries
teams depended upon individual Everton pressed the game for
players. In IMS and 1928 thy h;.d all they were worth after this and
he late George Challenor and bad the Carton's defence on its
i' 'loal-keeper King to-, .
"i knd several good trie
o' batsmen who by their Der- found bin always, in position
formances in \h<- West Inplrs Everton cored their first goal
against the M.C C and in !>>< ding of u penaltv
would make lots of runs t Inatoe-rlgtil
lAicili in KieMini;
The bowlers have come in for Ann'!.. ..;,ut al-
n but backed up by most when
some excellent ficlriinn he kn< wing centred
PAT HOPE clearing the bar at 4 feet I inche
College Sports yesterday
H. Inniss Champ At
Queen's College Sports
b Jump for girls over 15 at Queen's
on ii na.1
Bart. fc>d D Hi .
1 l>- 01 t I
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ir.r, and -rooN t mi* u m i
i.i. il Workmai. a,u I
Inniss emerge victnx Ludurum, Senur Champion and iack open
- Barin i* -jrtl
A LARGE gathering of parents and friends saw H
.
Mnfl gives a
nl than
to know that he is supper
good Melding
high for I ead goal-
Iton go*, moving towards
their oppone:.
'' u i'n at
Ch mpion of Red House after winning the 'iiuAinST1
ids sprint when the Queen's College Athletic Sp
:ounds yesterday.
John Goddard. outside right gave Lucas the
who will be m. Ml chano mother good
Kidnev said, has already met with try but I in the
some success who nrst instance and went over the
rubber both in the M C ' tour to
thi West Indies in iMfl and again
in India in 1B48-49"
Thr I support "f
the p rett en-
couragement
team, he thsn I
E. for their good wishes which
ad been get*
to them.
Liverpool's
League Plaee
Improved
IA)N1 I
Liverpool's win ewaj from
their
chances of Qw Bpipn
ship as it too* Lhln iwo
point 1
present leaden while increasing
opponents .'' *h"
were leadiiij I
ipcewnt
where they were beaten I.
Villa somewhat convincingly
Chi.
Middle*!-rough whi
.
late cm
bad all that ,
sea goal area wiili U

draun
game whilt Bvet
and era gull 1
u
ertainh
.
mid-wu aro|
Results First Divide
1 Dan) 1' Hint
I Hi on,
Albion 7 M..n

(Rant***)
When Everton again swept
down the it outside
n of the ball and
0 received
1 oi King in the
. The blast
of the whistle soon iftei for the
extended half-1 found Everton
two goal l|
mptlon Everton had an
early fiee kick in Carlton goal
area but made little use of it.
Itoth teams now pressed the game
but the defence on either side
- of avert-
ing the sevt-1,1! dangei'

Unproductive
iriton for-
11 (lie field in
: >ihion and succeeded in
' .11 < stings*
ar O Heece
d aved brilliant-
ly Tha It) up for a
hi b bul was 1
beaten oil
M 'i\i but
nearlne. tha and of tha l
I ili. nail with the goal-
keepei onlj before hun kicked
bob)
. . v. itbout

Mr I> W.

! ha lew
I

let, f'onllfTe. Cox.
i
WUlianu
-
11 til
A Mt't'ting
Between Terr)
ral R .use with
wag junior
plon House was !{
artth 118 points followed by
Yellow House with 103.
Champions tor the differe-ii
houses wit- Blue House, C
King 22 points. Yellow House. M
Scott 20. Red House H
1 House, B Rudder 12
points.
Grace Cumberbatch, of Blue
House the past champion, easily
carried off the 100 yards sprint
for girls over 15 from her other
rivals.
She gut oft to a quick
held the lead from the beginning
to the end. She however, w is
beaten in the 150 yards when she
slipped after the gun
No Chance
;'.reen House whe
uislied to the front gave hei
(Cumuerbau-h) no ehanca cd
winning when she exerted extra
the final stage which
helped hai lo breast the u->e
Ar.t
The wheel barrow rn"
After this lace nun:- .->* we e
' I *
prevent the guis from giving of
their best in the Ottv
races.
The Old OlrU' rate for those
under 20 year* was emu ten-
King and
;
I

Mn, J C- Ham I I'
tore the presentation two jiinaars
rlanunond two lovely
The av m '
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iv r. Pollard, 2nd |( I'uuw 3rd
PorOy
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Htr.n ivmt 'ii 11 res 1
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Wart M 9rx.it
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EMPIRE THEATRE
By Request
ANNA BROMOVA'S S< HOOI. Of MMOWC
DiSPLAY and HKitlM.
TO-NICHT at 8.30
Box Office opens Ibunday, SMb,
riUl I.-. B,.r, iJ.UII. Orehn.Ua i\10. Bil.on SI IIU HOSM I
Acquitted Of
Manslaughtei
from paae 1


11 In-
rli was 1
- the bus
dla move ould have
passed o\*er trie debri-
glass and wood would have been
crushed,
1
. 1 aduress-

l Justice
summing up. put thr
that for the
i the Jur
that if they were sa:.
.tabi ined

t-quired b
n the charge 0
they would tint
-hat higl
gonce. thu la
.

conduit
a thai he sva


.. Ch

1 thi
for the woman whi
Hi -. ti er wen

* 1 vehicle and
prevalent 1
Manslaughter b
driving, wag not -iunlaughtei
In which there was
:o do harm. What
! > d was that thr
1 d had driven with the high
negligence ajreedj
Lnal negligence
lagllganca had been
It had
'grots negligence",
..'lC.
then to ap-
to consider whether
' all 10 negligent
3a and
Thai would be negligence
re Uwn civil
oounting to a

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SAT1 KDAY. APRII. 1-1
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lush Royal Ascot 1 ate me*-!.. ,
>*>' Several days ago afonaghan ln-
King George has decreed *li*t timated nut owln|
it is not necessary fui g.i.uecnen ,
Kruler
I meet
on June IS or IS to ?*!
tomary grey < *
ing dr*. ,
tiuiiuii'ntin KvtirvH
lounge suits will be permi.'
Ladies may u<
1
Brlta.i
1 who will aan
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From Ring

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to retire I
sleawr
The Weuthtr
TO-DAV
Sag Kisea: 5.SS a.m.
-liii > 1*. s. lu a.ai
M1x.11 iFulll April 2
1 Ifhtaas 0 30 p.m.
High ifaaM I 11 a.m. J
,1-11 ID \.
K.nii.ii it .Kiiuixtuiii u;
Total for Month lo Yea,
d4. I.UlDS.
roBBSM rjturr (Mas.) 84.5
Temperature llflla
wind Dareetaaa
(3 p.m.) t
Wind Vctarits II miles
If You're DIZZY
Look Out for
KIDNEY TROUBLE
II you hate 'dui< ipclU ~il joii hsd
ipini and acrara and )wu ran'l m ihiofi
i\*u\) lk 10 four ludrwii. Htaliaj
Vidnt)i lilter poiioiMtu mailrt and aitaai
arasiffMlh* hkwo. \Mnkidn.yilwlth
lytXtm h.cnr iU(f*d with ptwuna, wm|
(fcuinrii hradaclwt, hadudiM aoon laJUw.
H jmt fail rh don lrw?(kdlrn* aigaal. Ail
Ummi. Take l>wid iK> (Mi fef (lo<|. Mm I hanir allrr l.ltng Ddd't KidM,
iiii, your kidnt)! aia ojuiklj drainiiig
ay tha ulc (Kiiuna and aitdi I hat cauaa
.1 hull 1 III! Ihnund IMd'i
Kidnt)- Pilli at wur 'h*iaiat'a lo-diy. Leek
Im IrwhW U< w.t!i lU rad banda. Larga
HI pill- -.rd 2 9 ,u
Do'dds Kidney Pills
JUST REtEIVID I
Every Time ^..~-^.
Iluvll Do II
Bl6C50ME R?ACTURCO HIS BRlClSE ON
A TURKEY LE6 Blfi BNOOOM TO BE
CALLEP A LETHAL WEAFON - -

such
handsome
MIH\(,S
Try Uiefie nutfriaU when
mskini up your next tail
Orel wnnled -uitinc*
.15 ..nd S6.22 per yd. Par
ions' Grey ; SIO.M per yd.
Blue Herrias Base gagj
$10.36. Plain Sent J< SC
and .:. per yd.
Cave Shepherd & Co, Ltd.
10, II. lull BIIOAI) STBEKT
QOOQOoon-*vvv^*<^*' 's**w*
IIV ran supply from .loi-li-
PORTLAND CEMENT in ban >l drum.
FERROCRETE RAPID-HARDENING CEMENT
RED & KHAKI COLORCRETE CEMENT
in 3"5-lb. And 112-lb. Oranu
WHITE SNOWCRETE CEMENT in drum
EXPANDED METAL
,-in.. .-in. X I -in. iiii-nIi l"l>-
11.. I in.. :Mn. & 3-ln. ramh Iron
B. R. C. METAL FABRIC, No 6, 9 & 65
ALUMINIUM CORRUGATED SHEETS
EVERITE CORRUGATED SHEETS
: Phonr 4261 :-
WILKINSON & HAYNCS CO., LID.
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*^THIS IS ONty A
V "?ROR-\rVONT HuRT
ABTTJ0P6N WIDER,
PLEASE
but at the dentist's you'd
Think he was a ventriloquist-
he'll hardly open hls mouth-
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HIGH
CLASS
WOOLLENS -
WORSTEDS -
CASHMERES
FOR
MEN and WOMEN
AT
C. B. RICE & Co.
OF
BOLTON LANE




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