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Tuesday.
Mareh i4
19350.



gements Not
| Made To Receive
_W.L. Delegation

ADAMS, BUSTAMANTE, GOMES |

(From Our London Correspordcen )
LONDON, WACK 2S
RITAIN is buying all exportable Commonwealth sugar |
B and any extra purchases at the moment would involve!
ysing dollar reserves. This was revealed by the newly
Food Minister, Maurice Webb, at question nad
pp me Mouse House « of Commons today.

—_——

—



-¢( Mr. Webb had been asked if

j there was any likelihood of an

“Mother Of | increase in present weekly British

Mo ; Sugar ration of eight ounces per
‘ person.

Siamese ‘In view of the available supplies



at the moment there is no imme-









BELGIUM FACED WITH GOV’

Sinceerreninntn gsi



HiS EXCELLENCY THE GOVE
the
(Right)

SRNOR, Mr.
Princess Alice Playing Field yesterday.

A. W. L.
Mr. Hi.
The Governor takes the first ball from West Indian Captain, John Goddard. (not in

picture) with wicket-keeper Clyde Walcott behind.









° e } diate prospect of an increase” he Y
Twins Dies pease “Indeed I shall feel happy
s myself if I can hold the present B , dit. R b
After 8 Days ration for the time being.” an U s O
Britain is not now spending
(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) dollars on sugar for home con- Llo ds Bank
PORT-OF-SPAIN. March 13 | Sumption and observers were ask-
Rita Lovell, 24-year-old mother|ing following Mr. Webb's state- e ’
frinidad’s first Siamese twins|ment whether’ stocks from K. li 0
ied at the Colorial Hospital,| sterling sources had fallen lower L ne
Port-of-Spain, at 2 p.m. yester-|than the Fuod Ministry had BRISTOL la ‘
_ B tay without seeing her babies. She} anticipated. Riis te ous MATCH 1S. |
- ry 9 eing bank ropbers with
knew they are joined They were wondering whether) excited fling crowd
after death, Reginald, the| another cut in the a iy ctr excited, yelling crowd close o
woman’s mason husband Rae hain ditties .. é their heels to-day killed 3s ma
; a was g visaged. whe trie o stop them.
wit a frantic telephone call to] “Wo geures are goatenlh'shoukt ed to I
Btomeillor C. B. Mathura saying] pi ie ste k eet ihe v hoy The bandits walked into
did not know what to do. Ministre: but the view of the caegc| branch of Lioyds Bank here ar
He sald that he is unemployea| Ministry but the view of the sugar} held up the Manager and the
ind had no means to meet ‘the | brokers here is that Britain’s} pankguard at the point of a
funeral expenses. Major Norman ee 4 ust about meeting Then they grabbed a he sndaed i ; 31
and Mathura agreed to bear | ‘¢ Geman notes—about £50—and raced in
imeaeespences | Unprepared to the street. “First they jumpec
Since thy birth of the twins by} Mr. Webb’s somewhat pessi-] on bus. But the bank Le
; Cietarian| operation eight days| mistic statement was attributed t« stoppr t. The rebbete i
ae acre that felt Mrs.|his being unprepared in the new} off and took to their heels ~
e| d rally through. office to make any promises he eo de >, ty
Up to Friday there seemed| cannot fulfil om e ch aa Bibo a er 10 Ge
every chance of recovery and | West Indian sugar interests} i) until about fr a ‘4
| Rfewed that someone told her) here nevertheless find it difficult Daehn h g a mt Z
@ the abnormality and this to reconcile Mr. Webb’s remark eres eR bag
7 jmmed the change for worse.\ with the Food Ministry’s propos et, eer (30) spran;
ag tives however stoutly de-|als at the recent Commonwealt! ectopic hem and wrestled \
ptm that they informed the| sugar talks that West Indian pro- on ‘ae bebe’ . ena fay! sal
} mutter of the nature of the birth. | duction should in effect be re-| CO/apsec ith a - bullet in
7 aftended the funeral this] stricted. | face He died soon after in
Ve oon.— (By Cable). | They feel the case for an ex pital. ;
i. oa | pension of West Indian productio ) I olice later detained tw (
: has only been re-emphasised but withheld their names. It wa
. Meanwhile it is learned that in Bristol that a gunmar til

incess Alice Off | arrangements
British Guiana |

,
i
7

have yet been made
rere to receive the proposed thre¢
delegation from the West
comprising of Mr. Gomes
Adams and Mr. Bustamante
sugar discussions at a political



dos Advocate Correspondent)

DRT-OF-SPAIN, March 13.



for

marnncess §=Alice arrived in| | level

don Sunday aboard the} jt is understood that negotia
: ms. Glasgow, but there was nO| tions are presently proceeding
‘Pppiite Guard of Honour as is |between Whitehall and the West
‘ fomary when Royalty arrives.| Indies and if suitable arrango-
Wm mis will take place when she| mei can be made the officia



8 On March 24 for a longer | visit will be unnecessary
| —(By Cable).
husband/ ee aneenation

ompanied by her

larl of Athlone, the Royal\ . Y
ted Innes six hours here | Russian Spy
lunch with the Acting |
am nor, P. M. Renison at| Jo Leave U.S.
gp ern ent House.
Ve Atew hours after the arrival | NEW ORK, March 13
pp Mison and his wife, together | Russian Engineer, Valentin A.
up tendent Eric Glaisher.| Gubitchev (30) convicted of spy-
ed A.D.C., went aboard the! ing, and given the option of leav-

Seetnow” to greet the Royal|ing America or doing 15 years in





\ gaol, said to-day he would return
| | to Russia.
ui vessels in the harbour, In- | es
would il n March 20
Princess er pgm oo ree . a Post the: Gydnia Ameri ‘jean liner !
eft in the afternoo l wattory, he said,

fe decorated in honour of the













Judith Coplon (28) former Jus- |
; —By Cable | tice Department employee, was|
3 — jsentenced with Gubitchev to 15|
Be il N t | years for spying in or. >
1 Attlee Will Not © sentence of from 4
a mo to 7 yeal on Similar
: ® icha G hev and Miss Cop-
Pvutlaw Communists |\o.°)o¢6 both asked the court. of
7 la il and Judith Coplon |
{ i LONDON, March 13. ited bail at $40,000 later
etme Minister Clement Attlee |
: hd in Parliament to-day to Irving H. Saypol said
legislation to outlaw willingness to leave
© Stitish Communist Party. 1 permanently out of
we had been asked to do so| the t tates” could be made
Wee View of the result of the} the ba dismissing the Rus-
: trial” by Sir Waldron |sian’s : idge Ryan said he
£ ners, Conservative Member | would su the 15 year sen-
; A for his violent anti-Com-|tence only alter the appeal wa
t views. —Reuter. | w ithdrawn. n —Reuter.
-







monwealth XI Leave

India By Air Today
| After “Very Happy Tour”

March is.
yesterday

BOMBAY,

Team, who

Y,
>,
|=

THE Commonwealth Cricket

ter on their last match of their India, Pakistan, Ceylon tour,
+

‘As
th

inst the Bombay Governor's E
ome ready tor their departure afte

“orge Duckworth described as “a very happy toul re
Right members of the team G.















| mittee

unidentified and at large—shot

; bank manager dead and escaped

with £1,000 in January, 1949.

—Reuter.



Truman Wants To
Abolish Sea Agency

WASHINGTON, March 13.

President Truman to-day sent to
Congress plans for re-organising
a large number of Federai
Agencies and abolition of the
Maritime Commission. The Com-
Department would take
over all activities of the Maritime
Comunission of five members which
has regulated American shipping
for 14 years.

The President said that the plan

was “a long step forward” to-
wards making the Department the
Government Central Agency for
land, sea, air and water transport
—Reuter
satsus |



Top Scientists |
Meet Tomorrow
IN. SECRET

OTTAWA, March 13
Latest Canadian developments
in bacterial chemical and Arctic
warfare and radar will be dis-
closed at a secret three-day meet-

ing of Canadian American and}
British scientists opening here on
Wed.wesday .

None of the information will b«
made public. Even if it were, one
official said, it would be so tech-
nical the newspapers “probably
would not print it’. The meeting
is the second Scientific Confer-
ence sponsored by the Defence

Department's three year old Re-
search Board. The first was hek
last year.



—L.ES.



No Sugar Surplus
WASHINGTON, (By Mail).
A.rough balance between world

Food and Agriculture Organis.-
tion in Washington.







Due ston. W. “Indications are that carryover |
, Whea ] oat kworth, Jock ig pilifstocks next September will be
i t Talks In Place Nr aie, oe insignificant,” says the renort.|
. | Alley, Brank Worrell and Jobl Th is no indication thai aj
lo 7 d | Hol . jeave for England tomorrow Se Stee Malt emern
i ion o-da a A
= rl
Ly by ait of the touring/@uring the current sugar year.”
LONDON, March 13: |, The, remeinder Phusitis The report adds: “The collajps¢
4 +» arch 3. t l by sea On L ay 3 . ; a
Intemational Wheat Con- | P2*ty_ ve li message tonight Jot the sugar market is less im mi
Meeting i in 8 tare nent than was believed to be the
§ ng in London to-| pyyckworth said. “If I can pos- nacciigng a Biganttoe ogy om
téd to make a ne\ sibly help by bringing another 4)
to break the deadl | side next year to aenenee
admission of Germat jia’s best, and thas prepar
; Japan. rerman India’s , oe eee : :
} India further tor ne ( (): f
/ i ent on their applicu-| visit im 1951—S2, I shall be Stalin Polls 100°
When ership was con + a lle Sry LONDON, Mch. 13
“bat count me aitizera were 10a at Stalin polled 100 per cent of th
Teache, Without agreement | PO them t ve contribution§ votes in his Moscow constituen
: n G ~ may hed? ndian cricketfin yesterday’s Soviet elections
7 nd in ff isl the made # Moscow radio said to-day. Beside
., any ; ’ dshi;
mth wou) ey } vers and public local electors, 3,000 peo ho}
| iy, vent at 4 ‘* is os “While mentioning the cricktt-}}ad come to Moscow rt dis j
cane dol} : waAImMU ' ) like to han tant parts of the country Ss
; Mar 8&0 ents ' } : ts
i ’ le middie ae 19 mar he ‘ pperter Bot '“§ voted for him |
ave to ur a i ny highest pram aed The radio said many elector
Plates ‘amount at eB a written on their ballot ere |
ay? narks as I
le
rine ‘
ting :
ile ]
SION, 34 a
3 Met Whee
: : . —Reuter
—Reuter @ On page 5.

A. Tudor,

Savage, cuts the ribbon

Churchwarden,

when

~

he opened

looks on.

Governor Opens Princess

Alice Playing Field

ABOUT 450 PEOPLE heard His Excellency
ernor say in opening the Playing Field and Pavilion

Reef Grounds yesterday evening that it
that Her Roval Highness Princess Alice should have given
her name in perpetuity to that playing field.

The name of the playing field is

Playing Field,

During the function, the Governor took an over
Goddard, Captain of the West Indies team,

Clairmonte alse took one from Everton

and Rov Marshall were the other internationals in the



w

the

Weekes.

the G

as

Clyde

al ne
appropriate

Prineess Alice
from John
while Mr. F. A. C.

Walcott



T CRISIS

- Following Majority Vote

In Favour Of Leopold

Habakkuk
And Isaiah



x ~
Found In Cave
IEW ! LN, CONNECTICUT,
s , z March
; . (wo Old Testament manuscriy
| discovered in a Palestine cave |
srab Bedouins have been pu

| ished in photographic form wi
‘ranseriptions
c wo
‘0 years old,
jeache of ten
jments found
in 1947,
Mr. Karl Kraeling, President c{
he American Schools of Orienta!
Research, who announced publica-
tion yesterday, said the first vol-
ume contained the commentary on
he Book of Habakuk and the old-
st known copy of the Book
Isaiah
The two manuscripts, plus others
f the original ten are now in the
United States in the possession
of Metropolitan Athaniaus Yessue,
f the Syrian Orthodox Monas- |
tery of St. Mark in Jerusalem,
The remaining six manuscripts
are at the Hebrew University ir
Jerusalem Reuter.

1anuseripts, abo
part of th«
skin doc

Dead Sea

|
! are

animal
near the

Robeson Will |

|







field. N t A
— —# Below the cricket pitch there is } O + ppear
ja tennis court and Mrs. Savage
~ wife of the Governor served the y Pe} ’
° 27° }
Will Analyse | Over Television
y The function was opened with ! NEW YORK, March 13
e an address by Mr. H. A. Tudor A scheduled appearance by the}
u lie Churchwarden o: St. Michael and | Left Wing negro singer, Paul
; Chairman of the Playing Fields | gopeson, sn Mrs. Franklin Roose- |
rene Committee. This was followed by | veit’s Television programme wa
O inion the Blessing by the Bishop. The | called off today, less than 24 hours |
Governor then spoke and declared | after it was announced
the playing field open after which; The National Hr ‘
nee ven re National Broacasting Com-
WASHINGTON, March 13. a vote of thanks was moved by ps , which wan Sail nisi carried |
A panel discussion on the] the Rector and Chairman, the Very | ;), DE g ae ., :
ss - a 71 th programme next Sunday, said |
igenda of the Inter-American] Rev. the Dean | it had received “an influx” of tek
Economic and Social Council The Police Band under Capt. j phone protests ie, on as the’
meeting will be held in Washing-|C. E. Raison was present and ren- planned wppearan ont tenes
ton on March 15 under the diree-| dered some lively airs as announced ‘
tion of four ranking Department Thanks | Messrs. Elliott Roosevelt and,

of State Officers.

Invitations already have been
sent to representatives of, private
organisations in the United States
which are interested in the sub-
jects named for discussion at the

Council’s

on March 20.

The officers

extraordinary

session

who will lead the

discussions will be selected in ac-
cordance with their outstanding
commitments and travel schedules
The discussions are to analyse ana

erystallise
United
economic
with the
hemisphere

public
States

other

opinion
requiring
and social co-operation
nations

in the
future

of the

4 Points
The extraordinary Council ses-
sion has been called for the pur-

pose of enabling the member
government: |
(1) To consider a_ technical
programme for the Inter-Am-
erican Economic and_ Social
Council;
(2) To consider possible

means of solving

the problem

resulving from the reservations

made by several member
the

ernments

to

gove-
Eeonomic

agreement of Bogota.

(3) To
American

year and
Council’s

review
tory studies made by
Economic
which may be held later
to determine
further

the prepara-
the Inter

Congress
this
the

action wit

regard thereto and

(4) To analyse the
recent

effects of
valuation.

economi:
currency de-

—Reuter



R.C. Church
Takes Fire

In London

LONDON, Mch
People knelt in the streets to|
pray as* priests helped

13

to-day to quiet a blaze in th

where

candles

were

\ Brompton Oratory, one of Lon-|
, don’s best known Roman Catho- |
lic churches, The fire was believ- |
leven were today pacKINg]sugar supply and consumption is ed to ‘lave begun ina room
what Manager |new likely, according to the U.N

stored,

{Flames soon spread through the

| organ lof’ and up to the roof.

Priests formed a bucket chain

er, nearly

| and firemen hoisted a water tow-
100 feet high,

in the

street outside when it was feared

the flames
roof.
in

just
damage.

would envelop
/The church built
Renaissance

been renovated

style, had

1894
only
war

in
after

—Reuter

the



Addressing

Tudor
I

and. Mrs.

kindly

said: -
must thank Your
Savage for
consented

the

gathering Mr

having

to be

Excellency

sO

with us

this afternoon and to declare fhis
pavilion open.

Excellency
who

man
heavy
week,

is a
has

We know that His |
busy
unusually
programme during the
but because of his keenness

n

had

extremely
an

past

in the field of sport, he has agreed
to open this building for us.
we hope that

here as

our island, we may look forward }
to great things in the line
sport.

Before I go further, may

during

your

Commander-in-Chief

of |

Sir,
term

pay a special tribute to Mr

S. H.

Perowne, who was admin-

istering the Government in ar
acting capacity during the firs(
of the erection of this

stages

building.
constant vigilance

and

It was through his
carefu

planning that we are in posses
sion of such a hall.

I will go further and s

say that it

was his wish that a sea wall should
southern side of

be built

along the
this field, a road erected, :
and lights erected thereon,

nd

seats
o that

in the evening, people could come
and enjoy the breezes from off the

Caribbean. I trust the Commit-
tee will see fit to carry out these
things which will be for the espe-
; cial benefit of the people who ar¢
|not privileged enough to have
clubs to which they can go
First

This playing field, the first of its
kind in St. Michael, and one of
the several to be established
throughout the colon is made



firemen |



possible through a fund which has

been created from a levy on the
sugar crop of the island Seven
sites in St. Michael have been
selected for playing fields, and it
s hoped that work: on the pre-
paration of these fields will be
started in the very near future.

An estimate of the cost has been
of

sent to the Government for five
even proposed playing fields,
@ On page

the

5



Pope Celebrates

11th Anniversary

VATICAN CITY, March 13

| Martin Jones, co-producers of Mrs,



| Roosevelt's weekly forum, decided
to postpone the programme in-
lefinitely, an N.B.C. spokesman
aid
j Ar. announcement at the end of
Mrs. Roosvelt’s programme yes-
terday said that Robeson would}
take part in a discussion on “the
position of the negre in American
political life.’—Reuter
|

Mormon Must Quit |
Czechoslovakia

PRAGUE, March 13





Czechoslovak authorities have
rdered the expulsion of Wallace
Toronto, head of the American
Mormon Mission, Czechostovakia

i remaining American Mission-
ry in ; yuntry

roronto id Reuter that his
Residence permit, which originally
expired on April vas revokec

Friday last when he was asker

to leave Czevhoslovakia by Satur

day of this week at the least
zechoslovak authorities in-
voked the law concerning the
safety of the State, he said
The work of the Mormon Mis-

sionaries has now been turned over
of the 250 Mormon con-
this country Reuter.

¢ ome

Tribesmen Boycott
Meeting
IN BECHUANALAND

SECOWE

13

March

Bechuanaland

Pribestr
avhottens a meeting called by the
ioner ir

High Com
Africa Sir Evelyn Baring
o explain the British Govern
nent’s decision not to allow Sei
| » his tribe

tse Khama to return t
—Reuter

‘Use Atom Bomb For
Retaliation Only:

itis!

| South

Pope Pius XII in triple | WASHINGTON, | March 13
jewelled crown and white mantle Senator Ralph Flanders (Re-
received the homage of rT vublican, Vermont) to-day urged

vind. n St. Peter’s Baillica he dispersal of atomic bomb ir
CasGinais: in St. ‘a. | ‘strategic areas” of western Eu-
today after solemn mass in honour rope. The bombs, he told the
of the 1ith anniversary of his Senaté, should be used only as
Coronation, “weapons of retaliation”

Mass was said by Cardinal) Senator Flanders said that ar-

Aloysius Masella, Senior Roman} ;angements should be made witt
Cardinal created by the present! the North Atlantic treaty powers

Pope.

Among

30,000 were Don Juan,
to the Spanish Throne,

the

wife. —Reuter.



permitting atomic bombs, planes

congregation Ol] capable of. delivering them, ane
Pretender} trained crews to be stationed ir
and his| widely dispersed and _ strategic
points,
—Reuter

MAN IN WINDSOR BUYS
HOUSE IN BARBADOS
BY PHONE

Mr. X-——





Selling houses by telephone is

oll in the day’s work for John

M. Bladon, Real Estate Agent of | chase
| Barbados whose telephone is fre) dea]
quently rung by ubscribers

Trinidac 7Tenad and

lands in the West Inai

esterda Mr a e(

bulls « vitl t Carl-
jton, St. Jame t a buyer i
Windsor, England L n

Mr

‘ int



Bladen

of Windsor telephoned
und arranged the pur-
of Carlton

clinch ad,

Bi

Bi

Sultze

Yesterday the] ered from chronic asthma and}
dropsy |
which formerly belong- A itive of Lubeck, Germany
utzo, now living Mans rote xteen novels, most
uilt a few r f the German. He was work
i his wif n n autobiography until his
la egr for Greec eatl He came the United
ner is expecit Sta 1940
d —Reater

MANN DIES OF
HEART ATTACK

CALIFORNIA, March 13.
Hinrich Ludwig Mann, 78-year-
old brother of Nobel Prize winner
Thomas Mann, died of a heart
attack here.
In recent years

, Mr. Mann suff



| present,

; quent

| housing

BRUSSELS, March 13.

ELGIUM may have a Government crisis, and new snap
.eleetions as a result of the 57 per cent. vote for the
return of its king to the throne, sources close to the Catholic

Party here forecast today.

The Catholics are the Majority

Party in the present Government in the referendum yester-

day.

2,933,382 voters asked for King Leopold’s return,

2,151,881 opposed him and 151,477 returned blank papers.

LONDON, March 13.

Britain's fortnight old Labour
Government to-night threw back
a second searching Conservative
challenge in the House of Com-
mons by 25 votes.

Voting figures were 314 to 289

The Liberals voted for the Gov -
ernment

Mr. Winston Churchill’s new at-
tack hit Labour at its sorest point

housing—but the knife-poise
Government marched confidently

| to battle in the young Parliament

after carefully closing its ranks

With all members of the House
the Government majority
is six.

As on last Thursday, when it
scraped through by 14 in the con-
dence vote on Steel Nationalisa
tion—second only to Housing as ¢
iational issue—every available So
ialist member was rallied to
vote, on which the Governmen
would have resigned, if defeated
Changed Sides
The nine Liberal members, wh«
Supported the Conservatives o1
Thursday, changed sides to-nigh
to make the vote an anti-climax
lo-day’s debate developed som«
quality towards the end with fre
exchanges between Si:
David Maxwell Fyfe for the Con-
ervatives and the turbulen
} Health Minister, Aneurin Bevan
\ for Labour—-but it never compared
with the electric atmosphere
the first historic division of

new Parliament.
Members spoke
background of
hungry Britain,
Sir David Maxwell Fyfe, sum-
ming up for the Opposition, said
many young couples got married
yn the assertions of the Minister
of Health that there would be no
problem by the next elec-

the

against the
a cramped, home-

tion
These
position
perhaps
ive eat
oom
house,

people were now in the
of husband and wife with
two children, having
and sleep in the front bed-
of their mother-in-laws

+

Cripps Not Well

senior Ministers, Foreign
Secretary Ernest Bevin, and the
*hancellor of the Exchequer, Si:

Stafford Cripps, were both present
















at |



After a special Cabinet meet-
{ing today, tne Catholic and Lib-
| eral members of the Government
announced they would meet sep-
'arately to plan the next moves
Prime Minister Gaston Eyskens
put forward his planned confer-
er.ce with King Leopold at Pregny;
| Svitzerland, deciding to leave to-
a. instead of tomorrow. Professor
| Jacques Pirine, the King's Secre-
; tary, whe was in Brussels duri
the referendum, was already on
his way. to the King this morning.

The Minister of the Interior,
Albert De Vieeschaurer, said that

y



both Houses of Parliament will
meet as soon as King Leopold's
views ‘on the ovttcome of “the
ly ferendum are known, probably
} tefore the week-end

| 3elgium Premiet Gaston Eys-
kens is flying tonight to Switzer

| land for a cbuolal conference with

the King, due to take place
morrow at Pregny. It was learned
j}today that Liberals, partners of
j the Catholics Coalitior
| Government have decided to
until Leopold’s views
| before deciding on
titude,

tra

in the
vit
are known
their ¢ n -



Racial Division
Liberal Party is
Leopold's “effacemé io
of his 19 year old son ang
Prince Baudouin

rhe result of the plebiscite
flected the racial division of
country on the nation’s 5 vear «
Royal question. The Flemish |
of the population generaliy favour
the King’s return. The Walloon
(French speaking) half of the
people are opposed to the King
In the Flemish provinces, vester-
day the King gained 72 per cent
{ the vote. In bilingual Brus
he gained 48.1¢ In the W
provinces, the King netted
M. Andre Renard, Belgian
‘alist Trade Union leader,
clared to-night that “Plans for a
; nationwide general strike are
jready, but will be set in motion
only, if Leopold attempts to re-
| turn to the throne without the
;consent of Parliament.” Another
Union official said, “Parliament,
and Parliament alone, must assess
tne value of Sunday's referendum,
which gave Leopold a majority of
57.6 percent of the valid votes—
only two and a half percent more
than the minimum which he
fixed himself Leopold declared
last year that if he failed to obtain
more than 55 per cent of the votes,
he would be ready te bdicate

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the spring
styles, from the “Big

Ten” London ‘¢pliectionse,2

‘ closely guarded fasniom secrets
La untit to-day. Elaborate pre-,

iv _cautipns are always taken to
prevent fashion pirates from
copying the models.

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Short evening dresses will
be summer favourites. Michael
Sherard trims this black
taffeta model, worn over a
pink-and-black net petticoat,
and matching stole with tiny











ral
iN bows.
in The draped shoulder is Dig- Embroidered linens will be ;
i! by Morton’s new sleeve A 1920 suit, adapted to 1950 an important summer fashion. Fred Says Cheerio
, feature. Silk afternoon dress by Charles Creed, has a This two-piece by Mattli is in — ‘ ‘oat se
iy in red and black checks, and straight boxy jacket and slim, beige linen with black aes = bh tna . ae
i hat showing the “visor’’veil. short skirt in Bedford cord. “wheatear” embroidery. Cart- © ,VeTY Successfully ab tne |
wheel hat in beige straw and cent race meeting, returned noms j
black linet on Sunday via Trinidad and New |

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i ° ®
2 take a ship for
eo Intransit : expects to miss the first part of |
MONG the passengers arriv- 1e Pony Turf Club season which}
ing here yesterday morning begins this month. |
° on the “Fort Amherst” intrans Mrs. Payne and their three}
; from New York on the 19-day children are still in the island]
‘eee elas " cruise were Mr. Robert H. and will be leaving by the s.s. |
I EXCELLE NCY the Gov- Returning Next Year Schutz, an Architect from Con- “Gascogne” some time next week. |
ry oe Ww. ot wage L* \VING very regretfully yes nt aoe Mr. oe Maes Crar The entire ae. have — her¢ ortiis
stiended by Mr Lambert ada yok ; ’ in Executive o he Connectict ast November anc ent ar
. a i a terday on their return trip to A ae : | .. Sort of security trustees are
vate Secretary, attended merida were Mr. and Mrs. R.c. General Life Insurance Compan ble winter in the West In- | often tied down to. (4, 5)
ypening of Princes: ay vi. who liven Amsterdan ind Miss Ann Marie Stevens jies. Fred has asked me to say ¥. On and on 1 go in the middle.
Field and Co at wat.) Aes fat the Sudbury, Ontario who is taking cheerio. to all his friends whom | (5) Such is renown. (4)
Reef Grounds y¢ evenil rine Hotel ‘th y been 8& ral course at Toronto Uni- did not have the opportunity} | nae “Ee ae eens “ahs
rere for nine weeks like Versity. She is travelling with of seeing due to his hasty depar-| jz. Times from Vere’s diary. ¢&)
present were S 4 Lac ‘ : : y ae y ther “c ” ne Saou tay < | > .
Bs ig oe a Aer a Barbados sere iuch we're Mer mother Mrs. Florence S ture after the races, 18. Such @ person borrows fpecly
Ha: ble the Lord 1 n oming back next yeat iad Vy al vens_ who was not feeling well sive. wae
D. G. Leacock, Jnr G. Leacock. teauvalling am the “Fort Arhorets enough to come ashore yesterday After the Races _ Sive in opinion, (8)
ae. Mar. 7. Bt : travelling on the “Fort Amherst ie vues . sae | 46. Be careful, this is your dowmall
; Mrs. Bethell. Mr. F raMcCP F x They were all making theil R. O. P. BENNETT, well (4) 16, Double existence ? (4)
4 nd Mra. .Goddard, Mr Che 5 For Discussions first : p to Barbados and spent known West Indian turfite,! '%. You eg! slake your thirst srom. |
ia The Very Rev. the Dean and Mrs. Hut oa 7 * - a lovely day on the island. ‘ t} ci St: * ¢ vhem.
; Rev Dean an bs : ING/COMDR. R. FROST ) ; nd the Official Starter at they
nson, Mr. B. A. Weatherhead, M z . ‘ ’ : . a 19. Overhead in shattered butidings.,
ie. 1. A. Tudor, Mr. and Mrs. J. K Wise r Meteriological Off Took the Opportunity Races, returned to Trinidad bi‘ (3) 20. Dry sort of raid. (4)
i een, C;,C. Brows cer at Piarco Airport, Trinidad, M* K. G. GRANVILLE, who B.W.IA. on Sunday. 2 eg. Benger ge a (4)
i Mattles c vas in Barbados yesterday for < ig General Manager of RS. Leo Williams, wife of Mr.| 4) ea
{ and Mrs. ‘ a liscussions with Wing Com- Sales & Traffic Department Williams, race horse trainer, | 2+ The reverse of being fed tm the;
Mets Adams, Dr Dr. si nander L. A. Egglesfield in con- B.O.A.C. London, arrived returried to Treadad wamtaiiey ; morning. (5)
th Rabert es Betty nection with the I.C.A.O. Con- B.W.I.A. yesterday and re- afternoon by B.W.1LA. after at- 2. Toe hepa bromised a fimd{
Hi MA. ugh ference which is to be held in turned by the same ’plane via 4,,,,4;, ‘ on a a ik |e 5
| C M.G. and Mrs. Carst pril Faia tending the Races. Mr. Williams] 26. be a Browate wilt @o when
i} Ghenery, Mr. a eH. AT Havana in Apri srenada . will be remaining for a couple Sroys UD.
tha Maior and Mra. M. L. D. Ske He returned yesterday after With Mr. J. W. Booth, he ha Daher e g fo ple o nto
ri Thorne. Mise hifie Al me M - : noon by B.W.1LA. been on a visit to Trinidad, an ts LA Sv me gas this is mo nursery
s i leyne Mr. and r ae wre wae zs me ees zalac ay °
39, Tudor, Jnr, § Grenada Holiday = serene ‘eoherwaie a ys a R. A. Gonzales (Jodkey) left} » gount a ite % impregnate. (9)
inaes iwiel and Sh« T . me iii 10k 1e ¥ x »om J - T’dad vesterday eveni , 7 > °
fd Mee F. A. © Clairmonte, Mr. and R. G. C, LYLE, who has been 4, Barbados » ? Prat. ee oo ie _ 3. You'll find this t* topping, (8)
‘ rt. : ; : Ss. ; A. after tz g pa i 2 sym!
Hy DAM. Havre Mr. FE Mites H Mayne et the Ocean View Mr. J. Percy Taylor, Branch BTC Gocing “a, rn ay 3 iat rigs
MCP. and Mrs. Miller, Dr. H. G. Cur oe x gy July, 1949, left yes- Manager of B.W.I.A. was at Sea- They were all guests at the| 8 This & qverdeocrema. (6)
ruins, M.C > a Mrs cummins & ise gpm DY B.W.1.A. for a holiday wel) to meet him. Sea View Guest House 7. The Gate 2 e8
‘ poe, Z in Grenada * : wasted.
mid Mrs. Walcott, Mr, M. E. Cox. M.C.P Ceased Sen ed sides
ar o , Alider MC > oi R.G Miss D. Woodhams who is also Welfare Officer for Hone mooners " ently. (3) eager
Mann MGCP. Me CA. Coppin. Mr. a guest at the Ocean View wa Dominica y 10. nate, chile worshipped by
W Reere > W. Wick itt néatntie Sin” Piaiind 7 z 3 savages. )
mi MOON. GD Miee'f “Han, @nother passenger for Grenada R. L. A. ROBERTS, Social ]Yf* & MRS. HUGO A. JORDA| 4, euliar endang. (4)
fr and Mra CD. CuMme M W here she will be spending We Main Cebit Tine ithe are here on their honey-| 18 Part of youun where you go to
dunes Bits iM EC. Red M holide * moon. They arrived yesterday by ,
ha Steemeel Ble is no in Barbados for two ,wwr ? 2 ay by] 99 Pseneh pai in famiiies, 9
” tard. Mr y ?. SG In An Advisory Capacity wee sks “hol day He arrived on ey — i Tome, Vene-
Mr. FD. Wee = MRE po ONEL H. V. G. BLOOD- Thursday morning by the “Lady “ye. OTe ae 1, “Rosemary: "sO Lewy: ae Gaim a,
H Co ‘ ; . WORTH, C.B.E.. wi je Nelson” and is staying at ‘the hey are here for one week) Venerates; 13, Rust; 15, Kilt; 16, Lapel:
— wt ; a 19 uttinenn : and are staying at the Ocean} 18, 19, Ell; 20, Dean: 21, Learnt,
undertakin n an advisory ca- Hastings Hotel “a i Sandbag: 24. Moderated. Down: 1.
t hle ® W » Oo * eos View Hotel. In Venezuela, Mr.} Bivuless; 2, Overalls; 3, Son: 4, Bre; 5.
ADY COLLYMORE : +2 OS ence we Wireless (W.I.) n Business Visit Jorda is with the Mene Grande} Myrtle: 6, Aga Khan; 7, Ration: 8, Zick
Ls ore, Ct Y Yacitigh Gutere. es. wal R. A. P, De FREITAS, Trav- Oil Co. oe
3 ; = Baa. Seca ana We as . ee elling Agent of British Gui-| ae
ted ; Ww LA. afte all : aa : ith anc itish G ard ana, returned home on Sunda; |
ah ; Trini ae 2S My a> ade sritish hl afternoon by B.W.LA. oer ‘|
AJ ahem take ¢ " ingennaee Trit ote B W — ; business visit to the Island |
; tsh told a gue the Ha ne oe He He 1S 8 was staying at Sea View tiled |
House
BY THE WAY |
4 ~ eo By Beachcomber |
FAO! r }
DE tis th hh : Rieke co ee ke rough the bars. The local fire:
, bs : ha ‘ lict » Which is the little bear brigade arrived, and removed
7 v he ia Duet bar, and the horse was taken away
Re ) i , f r HERE i ften a good deal by a farmer. The hay was then,
; riticism of Covent Gard f¢ lit, in order to create the warm ai
, producing ope: I hich me Which would enable the machine |
ti parts are sung in one language ar to vise, balloon-like, from tnw} S ,
star . ’ u , \ | iilor s th
transferrs the baby § me in another But at the Se: al ground Seeing so much smokc | R mae * Gud, pei boxy sae re ae oe Beg, se ee
be health is being » two years ago, they had an Eskimo and flame, the fire brigade re from under his jersey Rover po we =e — pe in) *, in)
cl hed. It ld be a Mme. Butterfly and a Welsh- turned and had the outbreak under | duces the black wallet and places = ee “ dl an I -
Iv ke t ttribut t te ; peaking Pinkerton, And when contrel before Strabismus could | tt in Sam's hands. Ar the feel of . . ‘oun Be _ So th . ~—
. Y ‘e k of elit ey sang together uk puk awok- stop them, The hay was so} t Sam gives a gasp and strikes a Sam's ankle S not quite better te
ort ho, } a pok ¢ nfeirdd dyvaliad rheol “horoughly soaked that it would | match. | “Why, it ts the very he leans on Rupert’s shoulder until
gweledigaeter u drychpwll, the rest not light a second time, the air| Wallet '™ he cries, “And there's they can see the dark outline of
he cast fell to the floor, writing remained cold, and the rocket dic | the secret inside it, sate and sound. the horse, still tethered,
at th laughter. Curtain not budge. The fire brigade were} _ 4LL RIGHTS RESERVED
en cheer fire Trail non-Fight summoned again to remove a boy
- : ' ‘Te Strabismus rocket was to head from between the bars, and’
e apt t have had a trial flight to-day, the attempt was abandoned for the |
: pape 4 ze t it But as Strabismus struck a match “#8:
my} be long before a sec nd picture ) light the hay in the iron basket T-Time. .
9 gummed to the wall above the beneath the steel envelope, he There is rouble ahead in | Cleanse the system from blood A
. Heo: Though the bear ca. noticed that a horse had struck its international affairs. imnurities : My
} pot ft Ke tne piace of the panda head through the bars of the (Morning paper.) | pur tles ; many sufferers froin 4
+ a's tad a 1e througn basket, and was munching happily AS the new proverb says, | rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, ,
‘ ain ; ht l The sage pulled the animal’s tail, “Never trouble rouble, till) neuritis, i | boi e
+ was fve pal mu He, has but its head would not come youe troubles you.” pimples, oils, sores and 2
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“Then, when you've had enough of housewives



14,

1950



WEBB WELCOMED
AS FOOD CHIEF

By ALAN
Canadian Pres

HARVEY
s Staff Writer

LONDON, (By Mail)

MAURICE WEBB is one man who will have a chance
topractise in office what he preached in private.

As a lowly back-bencher, Webb pleaded with the
Labour party to cut the cost of living especially on food.









































long been his pet project.

Country man said on taking

| fill it successfully.”

In the Government reshuffle
filowing the Feb. 23 general
idection, Webb took over from
Jon Strachey. Among the new
ointments, none was welcomed
more warmly than tle change at
ie food ministry. Labour Con-
levative and Independent news-
apes joined in wishing Wenb
| well

There was general agreement
fat the former chairman of the
| mentary Labour Party,
@ breathe a new and more
B spirit into the tricky,
ft job of negotiating food
Fuppliés for Britain’s 50,000,000,
Webb, 45, is short and cheerful,



mh around, boyish face. He is
mal and easy to meet, His
cessor, witty and sophisti-

among friends, had a stiff,
t ethereally aloof manner
lic.

Wachey, now Secretary for
Mm, is believed to be regarded
ih government circles as a
t planner; lacking the
mmmy, avuncular approach of
Vi0 food ministers. Lord
won, wartime food boss, was
known as “Uncle Fred.”
begign manner made short-



&town up.




Today, as Britain’s new food minister, he brings the influ-
ence and authority of cabinet status to bear on what has

“It’s a very responsible job,” the stocky, friendly North

office. “I will do my best to

ages easier to bear.

Webb may restore the per-
sonal touch. Friends expect him
to deliver broadcast “fireside
chats” to housewives. A hint of
what may come cropped up in
his first speech, when he said: “I
will try not to use the word ‘cal-
ories’ at any time, but just talk
about food.”

Part of Webb's popularity
arises from his cheerful contempt
for a personal handicap. Six
years ago, playing with children
at gq Christmas party, he injured
a knee. Two years later his right
leg was amputated above the
knee.

Webb carried on in polities
despite the loss. He continued
his activities as newspaper man
and radio commentator. He even
plays an occasiona’ round of golf
with his only son, 15-year-old
Barry.

The “Star,” a Liberal newspaper,
called Webb's appointment a
“story of remarkable courage
and perseverance.”

“Some of it will never be told,”
it added, “for he makes light of
the physical suffering which....
threatened to upset a promising
career.” —(CP)

CUBE, the anti-nationalisation pet of the sugar industry,
He has been given an electrenic brain which
him to move his eyes and hands, sing and make a speech.

Mere he is at a demonstration in London with his inventor, Mr.














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LONDON, March 13
trend was shown by

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on the London
Exchange today. Small
Were fairly widespread in

ment funds and in-
Sroups.
meliess the market lacked
oc driving force for which
i >.,o! the end of the account
nas’ TeSponsible—a last day
ie iN the current period
“Tow, Tuesday
we a handful of features
: tt An quiet markets was a
and ” ana six pence to three
Cott, "IX by the English Sew-
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market closed easier on balance.

Fractional movements in foreign
bonds showed Japanese better but
most Europeans lower.

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To Britain
WASHINGTON, (By Mail)

Britain’s dollar shortage could
be halved if E.C.A. oil deliveries
to Britain were ended and oil
production in the British West
Indies and the Middle East were
increased, believes Senator Lodge
of the U.S. Senate Foreign Rela-
lations Committee.

Apparently, he said, U.S. tax-
payers are paying a big subsidy
to the U.S. petroleum industry
through the Marshall Plan. He
suggested that Britain might send
its own petroleum to the United
States.

Mr. Paul Hoffman, head of the
E.C.A., told the Committee that
nothing would please him better
than to find a U.S. demand for
British oil which Britain was able
to fill. But he doubted whether
such a situation could exist in the
foreseeable future.

Expansion of British oil produc-
tion in the Caribbean and the
Middle East to cover all British
needs would mean expenditure
about 75 cents for «very dollar
saved, said Mr. Hoffman.

Only the United States, he
added, could supply a refiner
equipment and pipelines which
Britain would need to incresse hex
output.—B U P

Beer v. Milk i

CARLISLE, Englan:,
(By Mail).
Capt. E. H. Elewellyn told fel-



low members of the country
counci] that too much milk is be-
ing drunk. In his day “we were
given beer for dinner at schooi;
never milk.” Elewellyn added:
“I don’t remember very much
tuberculosis when beer was
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Fruit Spoons
Cake Dishes
Butter Dishes
Entree Dishes

i oP gla a Sugar Bowls
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Paris Bus
Strike Ends

PARIS, March 11

The Paris bus and under ground
strike ended to-day after five days
of indifferent success.

A spokesman of the
Transport Organisation
the workers are
the service will not be
mal until later to-day
Communist Unions
port the strike and the members
of the C.G.T (Communist-le
Confederation) have been told b
their Union to retu

The non-Comm st Unions hac
accepted the management's five
percent wage increase offer and as
the C.G.T. had s members
to returr t must t

Municipal
said “all
returning though
back to nor-
The nc

not

did sup-







ns the spokesmz
Paris strikes
ana teel

ntensity



Other
electricit
tirminishir
ind power workers

the Governn

s normal and gas nearly normal

Guards Injured

The strike situation worsened
the provinces notably at
Marseilles and Bordeaux, the
C.G.T, called out dock workers
lemonstration against rms ship
ments for Indo-China. Commun-
sts tried to enthusiasm
against

hipments to
United States

Late last ht ten security
guards and a larger umber of
trikers were injured in a clash at
the Rombas steel works in the
Moselle Department. A National
Conciliation Commission entered
the fourth day of discussion to
settle the nation wide steel and
motor works strike.—Reuter.

Poland Rejects
Anglo-U.S. Protest

WARSAW, Mareh 11

Rejecting British and Americ
protests as groundless, Poland |:
night declared she would centir
repatriating Germans

In identical notes
British and American
here, the Polish Foreign
stated the repatriation is | i
a Polish agreement with the East
German Republic

Further disposition of trans}
of repatriates after they are e1
trusted to the Ea
authorities is not the responsit
of Poland, the notes said

British authorities in West Ge
many closed the frontier 1 March
3 following the arrival of the fi1
transport of German repat
from Poland

They alle
oning negotiations n Warsaw,
intended to repatriate 80,06
Germans instead of the 000
ed, to which the Allied High Con
mission had agreed.—Reuter.

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Czech Journalists
Collect Visas

PRAGUE, March
Czech journalist
troubles thre
vent the Czech ice hockey
from competing in the cham
pionships opening in London 1
night collected thei:
the British Embass;) ods
The Czechoslovak Governms
lecided to-day not to al
the ‘Czech ice hockey team t
leave for London to take part
the international championship

Reuter,

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visas alened re

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1y.it from the United Siat
steel was needed for a new type
steel house, but it was
there, he exclaimed. Condemnin
the Conservative demand
nere houses as immor: Mr
Bevan said the Housing Pr
gramme had to be decided
country’s total national resour | ‘
If more houses were built, ici
would be less of something el
Tonight's total lobby was mrt
han 600 votes like Thursday
Two toval lobbies of this size with-
1 ive Gays of each oth TT re \
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ember came the House fr
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2,000,000 CATHOLICS /
IN BRITISH W. AFRICA

VATICAN CITY, March 1:
British West Africa today )
nore ha 2,000 000 t

f protestants, the Catholi

Bulletin Fides

today. Catholics Ugai

sionary

Kenya nd Taganyik: u )
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past 70 years, the illet t \
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they must be cz oO « : Se j (
white ma \ ey ; | \

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But next ic bi
attempt is being launched in U Rot} : :
American courts to put an en a ate nn wee on
Jim Crow’’—curious bec ( a 7 th treet if
eveals within the Government park I lon t ‘

r ral ‘ 1 ked White Onl Col ‘
exact parallel fo mi ony» Only When a negro citizen ?
plit running through Ameri f
annot be burie
a etery ree
‘Separate but equal’ Phe Attorney-Genera (
pped ( it est 1s

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nt are trying for a Supreme untains that Southert
Court ruling that separate but way compar ad no igt
equal” treatment for negroes orce a negro passenger t
not the same thing as full and certain part of the dine
equal rights ; He hs ntervened also

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nto the seale in an attempt ance to the l versity { Ob
prove that it i homa on a non-segregavea basi

Involved in the outcome are In a third case, a negro im (

ains and theatres, hotels, restau- Texas is seeking enrolment in the \
ants, clubs and house The de- University law school instead of
ision will affect the whole way being obliged to register al ¢
yf life of all Americans hite arate lav chool se ip for

lack, if should overturn the students.—L.E.S.

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Hand-

bags. Stockings. Underwear & many

more timely Items.

1.000 Ladies Woollen Sweaters

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Maize, Blue

Regular $3.60

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reduced te $2.40

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for $1.00

Boys Belts

l'ransparent Plastic

Pearl Earrings

cents each

Special»Sale Price

Many more Items. at Sale Prices that ~

98 cents

Bathing

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reduced to 60

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reduced from $4.50 to$2.40

Suits

reduced te $2.00

Gaps

cents

Hlankets

$4.32

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Viaterial

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$3.60

reduced to

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$ 3.00

reduced to

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reduced to $180

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mi Linen Finish

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: Paper Serviettes
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200 for $1.00

’ Ladies Cotton Vests
Assorted Sizes—

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Ladies Belts.
Assorted Colours

21 cents each
Girls Belts
4 Plastic—Special for
. School—23 eents

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Tuesday,

: = Our Museum

“THE HISTORY of the Barbados Museum
ig one long story of perseverance on the
partiof a few who followed in the footsteps
of the late Rev. N. B. Watson whose col-
lection of butterflies and sea shells became
the nucleus. To-day that perseverance has
been rewarded and Barbados can be proud
of an institution which not only provides
an evident instance of culture but also

March 14, 1950



To-day for the first time since he kindly
consented to become Patron, His Excellen-
ey. the Governor will visit the Museum and
in addition to other things will be able to
see articles and documents which afford
a glimpse into the history of Barbados dur-
ing the last three centuries.

But if the collection of the varied items
which go to make up the Museum has
taken long, their display, the only means
by which they could bring the maximum
benefit to those who visit the institution,
has been a labour of love on the part of
former Curators and the present Director.

Each item calls for particular setting and
adequate display in order that it may be
seen to the best advantage and their pre-
paration and mounting call for specialised
knowledge,

Artistry and technical knowledge apart,
the educational benefit of the museum can
only be properly gained when the items on
display tell their story and convey to the
visitor some knowledge of the times and
the conditions under which it existed or
was Made or grew.

Now that the Barbados Museum has
reached what must be considered a high
standard after years of hard work and un-
remitting care by the small band of people
who foresaw its benefit to the community,
it is now the duty of those who have not
been able to give of any specialised know-
ledge, to support the institution by their
visits and by becoming members of the
Barbados Museum and Historical Society.

The Museum it might well be empha-
sised, is not a showpiece created merely
for the purpose of an occasional exhibition,
it is an educational institution from which
thousands of the pupils of our schools
have almost daily received benefits.

The foundation has been well and truly
laid and it is up to us to make the fullest
use of our Museum.



Smoother Traffic

NEW traffic regulations have been re-
cently introduced in Trafalgar Square and
Broad Street. They have contributed im-
mensely to the comfort with which pedes-
trians and motorists and other traffic move
about the City. There is however one
regrettable feature and that is that motor-
ists are inclined to run down on groups of
people crossing at the particular points. At
feast this is the complaint of several pedes-
trians,

It might be well for motorists to consider
that the jay-walking of pedestrians is as
much ground for anxiety to them as an-
other circumstance and it would be a wise
precauticn for them to encourage pedestri-
ans to cross at stipulated points rather than
resort to the haphazard methods of the past.

The Police too might again endeavour to
extend their good work of educating both
sections as to the proper use of the cross
signs. It is not reasonable to expect a mo-
torist to stop on every occasion that a pedes-
trian desires to cross the street. The time
to cross is when a few people are ready to
cross over. A little consideration for others
can do much to remove this ground of com-
plaint and in the meantime the Police by
printed notices or published advertisement
can do much to help. In any case the essen-
tial ingredient is the continued co-operation
of the general public.

OUR READERS SAY:



Why Not A Union Between Canada and the West Indies?

To The Editor. The Advocate, jyimpossible. |

SIR,—On the eve of our de-
parture after four months holiday
on your island, I would like,
through your very fine und inter-

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Bernard Wieksteed /n DARKEST AFRICA

Faney An Ant Thinking

NAIROBI.

Following my elusive interview
with an African elephan! I have
now obtained another scoop by
interviewing an ant—a white ant.

As you probably know, Africa
is a white ant’s country. They’ve
colonised it from end to end and
carried the white ant’s burden for
several million years.

Other races of ants are settled
heré, too,. of course. There ‘are
black ants, brown ants, red ants,
and yellow ants, but the whites
are the herrenvolk.

So with all this talk going on
about human colour problems and
race difficulties I thought I’d get
hold of a white ant and ask him
how they run their affairs. You
never know, UNO or the Colonial
Office might learn someth'ng.

White ants are difficult to in-
terview because they hate tbe
limelight.

There’s also the language diffi-
culty, but I got over that by re-
cruiting Dr. L. S. B. Leakey.
curator of the Coryndon Museum.
Nairobi, as my interpreter.

Nest Makers

They are very class-conscious,
white ants. They have kings,
queens, and courtiers; an air force
for taking over new territory; an
army with officers, N.C.O.s, and
privates; and three grades of civil
servants.

They live in a variety of nests,
but the most striking are those
of a race called Termes badius.
They are shaped like Gothic
castles with hollowed towers and
turrets 6ft. and 10ft. high.

We dug ont our white ant from
beneath one of these, and as he
belonged to the upper civil service
caste he was well qualified to
act as a public relations officer,
Here’s his story.

During the rainy season there’s

great activity in a white ant’s
nest, and out of it emerge hun-
dreds of ants who have been
specially trained to fly.

Half of them are males (or

and the other half
females (or Wrafs). Most of them
get eaten by birds or otherwise
pranged, but a few survive, and
they go off on leave together and
get married

We'll follow the
one such pair. The girl, the Wraf
says to the fellow: “Look, now
that we’re properly married, let's

R.A.F. types)

adventures of



Political Newsfront:

I HAVE had many a crack at
Mr. Herbert Morrison, and have
no reason to complain that he
took this week a crack at me. If
I discuss it here it is because ‘t
raises an issue of the first import-
ance to the Socialist Party
to the country

Speaking at

and

the

Clapham

| Jubilee celebration of the Socialist

Party, Mr. Morrison said

“And then there was W. J
Brown, of Rugby. Certainly he
had given the Tories such assist-

ance as he could by his articles
and some of his speeches, but
these ungrateful people, despite
the appeals of the Beaverbrook

Press, put up a candidate against

him, and Labour defeated him.”
On this basis he classified me

with the “converts and stooges”

| of the Tory Party, and since I am

not a convert it follows, I fear,
that I must be a stooge,
In the same speech he called on

the Liberals to say whether they

were a Party of Progress or of
Reaction, of the Left or of the
Right — the clear implication
being that they must be one or



the other.

: >

Speak For Myself

Now I cannot speak for the
Liberal Party, but I can speak
for myself. It is certainly true
that I have criticised the Labour
Government. F have increasingly
opposed its programme. That, it
may be, has been helpful to the
Tories. But if an Independent !s
never to criticise a Government
for fear that it may help the Gov-
ernment’s opponents, then he
would be doomed to silence.

That would please Mr. Morri
son, but not me. I should die of
ingrowing articles. f

Had there been a Tory Govern
ment in power these last five years
I have no doubt that I should have
criticised that, and then the Tories
would have accused me of helping
the Socialists.

I happen to think that the only
way to keep Ministers humble,
and to make democracy work, is
to elect a Government with
enthusiasm and then attack it with

am
tpossible solution of this problem,
that we may be able to resume
ppy trading reiationship as en-
joyed in the past

also an
of Cana

looking for a as will

number

Bridgetown,
Neva Scotia.

” Canada can. better than any wos
esting paper, “The Advocate” to Pe ; : . lligh Tyme
P eas iq Other country supply this island J
express the pleasure Mrs. Hicks with all your requirements in

and I have experienced in your

fiour, lumber, meats and poultry,

HENRY B. HICKS,

To The Editor, The Advocate,

Of That!

business, and we’ve got the next
generation to think of.”

“Wizard,” says the R.A.F. type
with a glint in his eye. “Let’s sett:2
down and have millions of little
ants.”

So they land somewhere ang
dig themselves in. Their wings,
which are no use underground,
break off at the shoulder along a
convenient fracture-line.

There’s nothing to eat in their
first little white ants’ love nest,
but, as so often happens with
newly married couples, they are
so engrossed in each other they
hardly notice.

In the human world there’s a
saying that you can’t live on love.

The white ants have solved this
problem. They live on their own
fat till their first children are old
enough to support them.

Dynasty Makers

After this initial success they
rcaily get down to the business of
founding a dynasty, and their pro-
duction figures increase till they're
turning out 4,000 ants’ eggs a day.

Naturally the little girl from the
W.R.A.F., now a queen in her
own right, can’t do this and keep
her figure.

At tirst both of them are not
much bigger than grains of wheat
The little king stays the same size
all his life and never gets the
middle-aged spread, but his queen,
in her prime, grows as big as a
stick of shaving soap.

Can you imagine it? There’s the
king asleep, dreaming of the sylph
he flew off with in those carefree
flying days, and then he wakes up
and looks at her now. It’s like
being married to the Albert Hall.

The queen lives for about nine
years, and when she dies her place
is taken by one of the royal con-
cubines. The concubines look after
their figures better than the queen,
and they don’t have so many
children, but they usually produce
enough to keep the colony going

What do white ants live on?
Their favourite food is mushroom
soup.

The wood and paper they chew
up in people’s houses is not their
true diet. They simply pulp it
and use it as compost in their
mushroom beds.

Garden Makers

First of all they hollow out a

give up flying. It’s a dangerous cellar and dump the soil above4mushroom manure.—L.E.S.

ferocity! So I am bound to be un-
popular with the Government,
whatever its political complexion,
and to be accused of helping its
opponents.

And it is evident from the fact
that the Tories opposed me in
Rugby that, though Mr. Morrison
may take me to be a Tory stooge,
the Tories did no such thing.
Nor does Mr. Morrison, really.

As for the “ingratitude” of the
Rugby Tories, I make and have
made no complaint. I think they
were stupid, but that is another
matter. Mr. Morrison should be
grateful to them—for they pre-
sented him with one-seventh of
his majority in the present House.

Understandable

That Mr. Morrison should be
very troubled about the Liberals
is understandable. For there is
only a limited number of ways of
solving political deadlock at the
centre

The first is Coalition, which
neither the Tories nor the Social-
ists want, or at kéast both say this.
The second is to get a higher poll
at the next election. I doubt very
much if that can be done.

The third way is to enlarge the
electorate. That has been done
before. But it cannot be done

Hy wu. Brown
Morrison Must Choose:
Defeat Or Disintegration

BARBADOS

the ground like moles and miners
Then they chew up a newspaper
or the leg of a chair, deposit the
pulp in the cellar, and plant it
with mushroom spores.

This may sound simple, but it
is really one of the most intricate
bits of gardening in nature. The
type of fungus or mushroom which
they grow cannot survive in the
wild. It'll live only when tended
-by termites.

It’s a happy situation all round
because, just as the mushrooms
can’t live without the ants, the
ants can’t raise their young with-
out the mushrooms.

If you’re a gardener you know
that you can’t grow mushrooms
without air. So the ants have an
elaborate system of underground
ventilation, The soil that is
removed from the cellars is taken
above the ground and built into
air chutes, which give the nests
their turreted appearance.

From these main chutes there
are lots of little shafts going to
the different cellars, and they’re
deliberately kept small so that the
beds won’t be subjected to sudden
changes of temperature or humid
ity in the outside air.

Soup Makers

So here we are with the queer
in her parlour putting on weight,
the mushrooms in the cellar:
coming on nicely; the regula:
army keeping foraging insects ai
bay, and the three grades of thc
civil service working together i)
harmony.

Everything in the garden is
lovely except for one thing, Baby
white ants can’t eat their mush
rooms raw.

So the community invites alon:
a little beetle who eats the fungu:
and repays his hosts by exud n,
from his feelers a form of pro
cessed mushroom soup that is jus
the thing for infants.

The youngsters lap it up an.
it’s probably during this stage o.
their lives that they acquire ther
taste for good furniture, becaus
the beetle’s feelers on which the,
feed are just the same shape as
the legs of a Chippendale chair.

I promised to send the white
ant a copy of this article when it
appears. He doesn’t want it t
read but he thinks that if proper};
chewed it will make beautifu



be solved. Vice versa, if the Torie
could win them, they would be
home.

So Mr. Morrison seeks to im-
pale the Liberals on the horns o:
a dilemma, to confront them with
the choice between the “fell and
incens’d points of mighty oppo-
sites.”

The Liberals are a Party of
Reform but not of Revolution.
The common ground between them
and the Socialists, and the com-
mon ground between the Social-
ists and me is largely disposed of,
and on the rest of the Socialist
programme there can be no com
mon ground between the Social-
ists on the one side and the
Liberals—(or me)—on the other.

For they, and I, know what the
rest of the Programme is. It is
the Collectivist, Socialist State.

The Liberals and 1 voted foi
the Social Reform measures in
the last Parliament. They and |
voted for some of the nationalisa
tion measures. But there is all the
difference in the world between
voting for a limited number o!
nationalisation measures and vot-
ing for the “socialisation of all thx
means of production, distribution
and exchange.”

He Is No Stooge

now, unless we lower the voting

age below 21, and enfranchise the

adolescent.

So the crucial thing is those
two-and-half millions who voted
Liberal last time. If Mr. Morrison
could win them, his problem woul,

?



What’s on Today

Court of Grand Sessions at
10.00 a.m. ¥
Meeting, House of Assembly
| at 12.00 noon.
Meeting, Legislative Coun-
cil at 2.00 p.m.

Mobile Cinema, Wiltshire
Playfield, St. Philip at
7.30 p.m.



ever
dian

increasing
visiters.

here.

“High Aim

of Barbados a musical review, the
like of which cun be seen in any
city of the work), but very rarely

(Mrs.) BEN MOORE,

Racing
To The Editor, The Advocate,

_The latter means the collec-
tivist state, in which all power,
economic as well as political, i:
centred in the State. And thi:
means the end of democracy anc
the coming of totalitarianism.

It is the parting of the ways for
Mr. Morrison, too, and for hi
party. Mr. Morrison knows thai
the country does not want to g
further along the road of nation
alisation to Socialism. But a larg:
proportion of his party does.

Mr. Morrison must choos
between a policy which no non
Socialist (Tory, Liberal, 01
Independent) will have, and or
which the Socialists will infallibly
be beaten next time, and breakin;
his party in two by dropping it

I do not envy him his choice
But whatever it is, I won't call
him a stooge.—L.E.S.

Sey

electric petition,

Promoter. (1)

tion is an

ADVOCATE

made which, if not carefully ex-
amined might tend to cloud the
real issue in connection with the

_ It was stated that a lady
prominent in promoting the peti-

entirely irrelevant.

TUESDAY, MARCH l
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| Unification OF Public |
Service Report

THE REPORT of tire Commission on the

Unification of the Public Services in the
British Caribbean Area continues to-day as
follows :—

The conclusion which we have reached is that the
division of the existing service into distinct admin-
istrative and clerical classes and the allocation of
posts to the former class can be achieved only by a
complete re-examination on a colony basis of exist-
ing arrangements and the elimination of those
which are incompatible with these objectives. Fur- | <= — ——
ther, existing nomenclatures should be revised in
order to remove the words “clerk” and “clerical”

from posts which fall into the administrative class, We have EVERYTHING

and conversely, to remove administrative designa- ||

tions, such as “Principal Officer” or “Principal”, |‘ FOR YOUR GARDEN

from posts which fall into the clerical class.
HOSE 53” and 34”

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We recognise. of course. that not all these posts
will be required in the smaller colonies. We recog+
nise too that in some colonies the list will not be
exhaustive. It will be for each colony to deter-
mine the volume of administrative work to be un-
dertaken, whether in the secretariat or elsewhere,
and to fix its establishment of administrative posts
accordingly. Jn this connection, two points need
emphasizing. In the first place, a post does not be-
come an admin’ ‘trative post because the occupant
for the time being happens to perform administra-
tive duties. The duties necessarily attaching to
the ‘post must be such as to fall within the de-
finition contained in paragraph 58. Secondly, in
order to obtain as great a measure of uniformity
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individual colonies should seek the advice of the
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Although, in this instance, we have propounded a
uniform system of gradings uf posts, we are unable,
for the reasons given in paragraph 86 to 97, to
attach to them common basic salaries. Inasmuch,
however, as the creation of the Assistant Principal
or cadet grade is an innovation, and the intention
is that persons appointed to the grade should be
posted to any colony where their services may be
needed, we must make a recommendation as to the
appropriate salary, and that salary, subject to what
is said below, must be a uniform one. Our intention
is that this grade should be confined to direct en-
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officers who are promoted to the administrative *
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the world, the desirability of giving administrative
officers experience both in the secretariat and in])
out-stations were recognised. We do not doubt | =~
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not, and indeed should not, be confined to secre- ;
tariats and out-stations. There is room for the
development of the practice, of which we have
found some instances, of relieving the heads of pro-
fessional services of administrative work which
calls for no professional knowledge by posting ad-
ministrative officers to the department concerned.
In this way, the Head of the department escapes the
distractions of purely administrative work and is !
enabled to devote his whole time to the direction
and oversight of his service, while the administra-
tive officer gets experience which may be of great
value to him, if he is subsequently posted to a
secretariat, of the inner workings of a department.
We have included in the schedule of the administra-
tive service certain posts of this nature.

Professional Services

In so far as the professional services are con-
cerned, the criterion for admission to any unified
service must clearly be the possession of some pro-
fessional qualification, though the same qualifica-
tion need not always be required for different posts
in a particular service. A schedule of the posts
which we recommend for inclusion in these services
will be found in Appendix II under the several
heads, viz., agriculture, forests, legal and judicial,
and medical, and in the following paragraphs we
give our reasons for the inclusion of these posts
and the exclusion of others.

Agriculture

Agriculture is the main staple of the economic
life of the Caribbean region, and the qualifications
required for admission to the regional unified ser-
vice are therefore a matter of great importance.
In so far as officers are members of the Colonial
Agricultural Service, this is automatically secured
by the requirements for admission to that service.
The same is true of specialists who have obtained
a university degree in science. But for the lower

posts in the schedule lesser qualifications are need-

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Trinidad, as constituting the minimum requirement. It may
be that posts in the lower grades which we have not scheduled
© occasionally held by officers so qualified; but here it must | /
be remembered that, in so far as these officers are qualified
for entry into the unified service, they will be considered
eligible for promotion into that service by the Public Service
Commission. We have received evidence to the effect that
Posts In some of the lower grades which we have not
inclided should preferably be filled by those having this
qualification, but that in fact it is seldom possible to find
vitehle candidate at the rate of salary offered. In these
circumstances, we have taken the view that there would be
no advantage in scheduling such posts, since, if the diploma
were a requirement, the Public Service Commission would
be unable to find recruits and, if it were not, they would be
nase the nena of recruiting officers whose lack of quali-
cations would make their free transfer
Proposition to many colonies, en ae bei stta di:
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parish and my current seems to be
more off than on; yet my recent
bills have been higher than the
average. Perhaps there. are other
Parishes deserving of sympathy.

LQ Fresh Delicious
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beautiful island, in this our very
best holiday. Leaving Canada at
the beginning of our Canadian
winter and being set down in this
land of warmth and sunshine, is
something that really surpasses
the fondest hope or the most vivid
imagination. To us there has not
beén one disappointing day.

Your ‘people have been most
gracious and hospitable. We are
particularly grateful and indebted
to Mr. Clyde Gilliatt, Manager of
the Royal Bank of Canada, and to

butter and eggs and the famous
Annapolis Valley apples, and in
return Canada can absorb your
entire exports of sugar, molasses,
ete. Better still perhaps why
should we not consummate a
Union between the B.W.I. and
Canada, if not complete, then for
trade purposes.

Canada is most loyal to the
Empire and can I believe in the
days ahead make even a greater
contribution of the
qualifications that will

necessary
help to



his charming wife who have done fully restore and support her
60 much to make our stay ! » the great st: Z he i XI .
most pleasant it i n
I think it is ,enerally reali L Col |
that there shoild be reciprocal our con vealtl i}
trade, or at least a lowering of traditions tI
the tariff between this island and sister colonic

Canada. It is also to be regrett
that under existing exchange and
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Lanhaca 1 now

SIR,—Please allow mg to answer
a question asked by Rev. Godson
in ycur “Readers’ Say” of Sunday,
March 12, about the production
of “High Tyme,” “What is the
idea attached to such an item?”
ete,

It is, as the Rev. Godson says,
to try to fill the cash boxes of the
promoters to overflowing, because
the total profits of “High Tyme”
go to continue the education of a
deaf and dumb Barbadian boy who
has been for the past two years
at a school for deaf and dumb
children in Trinidad, which period
was only sible thr 1 charity
shown an im-
uld be inhu-

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SIR,—I would like to make the
following corrections in my racing
notes which appeared in last Sun-
day's issue.

In the sixth paragraph it is
stated that Gun Site did the mile
and 130 yards in Trinidad in 1.48%,
and that this was the closest that
has ever been run to the record of
1.49 set up by the Brown Bomber
in 1946. The record set by Brown
Bomber was 1.48. The sentence
will not make sense without this
correction

My apologies to the old gelding
Slainte for the “her” which sneak-
ed into my last sentence about
him

“BOOKIE.”
Electrical Red Herrings

To The Editor, The Advocate,



STR,—At a recent meeting of
the Council of the Chamber of
Commerce, as reported in your

columns, three statements were

a i a

gardless of nationality, race, creed
or political
forced by circumstances to rely on
one source for the provision of a
necessity is entitled to take every
fair and legal action to improve
the service of that source.

(2) Mention was made of a
suspicion that the petition is really
an insidious plot to prove that
American machinery js superior to
British machinery. Such a sus-
picion, if it exists, is manifestly
absurd. We cannot obtain Ameri-
can machinery even if we desire
to though parenthetically,
can’t help wondering if An
manufacturers don't

one
neric

inspect their

produ‘is or flaws before delivery
to the cus)..omer. 4

(3) A posember of the Council
4s reporty to have offered his
sympathy to the resident f St

Jame I do not live

BIRNAM WOOD,
Thanks

To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I should be grateful if you
would allow us space to thank the
Commissioners of Health of St.
James for giving us a standpipe
in our village. This was Jong
reguired and it serves its purpose
so well, that we would be failing
in gratitude, if we did not thank
these gentlemen for so willingly






responding to our request. We
should also like to thank our
representatives in the House of!
Assembly, Messrs. J. H. Wilkinson

E. K. Walcott for the interest
took in the matter.
PREASTLY SANDIFORD
Laynes Gay,
Paynes Bay,
St

they

Jame

The issue is; do we or do we}f > ? B ABY
American, This jis "ot desire better service and|} ~~ Wer
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7 , Barbados
| fish Banks

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Bendix Supersonic Depth
der has been installed on the
: snment Research boat “In-
~tigator.” This Recorder will be
eed in locating fishing banks both

m and unknown, Their
Sine will be recorded, size es-
q and these will be plotteu
; ent charts for future
ae ce by all fishermen ana

- jnterest rsons.

; Mr. in PY. Wiles, Fisheries
: Officer, told the Advocate yesterday
that during the short time that
ee instrument has been in

tion it can be said that one
discovery had already been

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made, that is to say, the fishing ;

hanks commonly known as “Lon-
gon Shallows” and “Middle Shal-
" Jows,” on the South-eastern part
“of the island, are in fact only one

longest part of this bank is
Bo far estimated at over two miles,
® ryning in depths from 36 to
48 fathoms of water.



He said that this information i:
| jmportant to nsnmermen usaing a
tgs bank tor king fism, as Ou
smoon days when the seas, are
moaerate 1n that area, 1l would be
gavisable to fish on the bann
West to Last, that is to say, “Miaaile

| snailow” to “London Shallow” anu

D pack again, at no time between
| these marks would they be off tne





Pe esi that under the presen:
i practice of fishing both ‘Middle
J snaliow” and “London Shallow” in
= & the North-west and South-eas:
BH direction, the boats are only over

| the bank for less than some 20u
He said that work continues

» daily by the “Investigator” with a

; of not only tracing flying

of ‘put actually to find ou
whether large pelagic species are
| also in the area.

t
B “ttis hoped in a very short time
B® tobe able to pass on much of this
@ information to the local fisher-
men”, said Mr. Wiles, He saio
B® that as soon as a few more definite
F etails had been worked out, the
. | fishermen would be more enlight-
® ened about fishing in Barbados.
1) On Wednesday last week the
“Investigator” caught 64 heads of
iB pelagic fish, made up of dolphin
® and King fish. Eleven hundred
® fying fish were brought in from a
® fishing trip on Friday.
) Tne buat Weal our yesterday aug
| quickly returnea vo Wwe Careeuagye
with 14 dolphin and 16 King usu.
7Tt is UNvensivvuv nat tne
Committee of betnel syanday
School is brisk at work arranging
tor a Fair which will be hela ou
‘the Bethel Grounds on Kaster
_ Ban

2 eS SS ee EE ee aS ee

Holiday.
PLAZA THEATRE in
‘ Oistins is the first Cinema in
‘Ve We island to install their own
; ent “stand by generator”.
‘Wm Other Cinemas are forced to limit
1m ‘heir shows to every other day but
the “Plaza” with its Lister Engine
tan now operate too shows daily.
YAWL POTICK, which
sank a few months ago, is
sill resting on the bed of the
Imer Basin. Moss has now
ftown on the part of the boat that
+s under the water.
’ EXTENSION to Messrs.
} “4 Manning & Co's building at
Bay Street is now nearly com-
‘pleted? Labourers were busy
yesterday preparing the floor to be
Concreted and others were paint-
‘ing beams and building a stair-
Way It is understood that the top
floor of the building will house
the Electrical Department while
eee, Ground floor will be store

LOSS OF four oil drums
valued $80 was reported by
Hugh Alleyne of Reed Street. He
fated that they were removed
ftom the Wharf between March
and 4. They are the property
of Messrs. DaCosta & Co., Ltd.

WENDOLYN JEFFERS oi
Roebuck Street reported that

F her liquor shop at the same address
was broken and entered betweeu
130 p.m. on Friday and 5.30 p.m.
Saturday. A Radio, a quantity
of fying hsh ang $10.40 in casa
are spasing. The total loss 1s

$90.4
T= LOSS OF a quantity o
: cigarettes and Klim Milk
| Powder was reported by Jermaine
ley of Brittons Cross Road.
She stated that her shop at the
address was broken and en-
between noon and 8.30 p.m.
oa ey and the articles re-
7 . ey are valued $20.45
k i belong to Messrs. Jas. A.
; lor,

i

| UTHER DANIEL of Rendez-
so Rage Christ Church,
€ loss of a Valkyrie
re valued $45. He stated that
cycle was removed from out-
o Mov shop of Evans Phillips
130 Tgeant’s Village between
9 .Â¥ = 8.10 p.m. on Satur-

is his property.

OUISE PRICE of Sayers Court,
= Christ Church, reported the
oh °f a ewe sheep valued $12.
ued that it was removed

t open yard between 8.00
On Friday and 6.00 a.m. on

P Y. It is her property.
AUBREY DOUGLAS-
“Weg THs third lecture on
tary than and Jacobean His-
fiven and Literature” will be
HE tn, at the Library at Speights-
; March at 8 p.m. on Thursday
Se His subject will be
7 rean Life and _ the

Bizabethan Theatre.

e TY - EIGHT - YEAR - old
Ward Marshall of Vault
at «Say Thomas, died suddenly
| while . 8.30 am. on Saturday
tended) “es waiting to be at-
4 Dr. H. G. Cummhs.
. >SÂ¥ Was performed by Dr.
fo mimins and death was attributed

‘atural causes,

MINS HOLMES of Walker's
a St. George, took il
p.m. on Sunday and








iG THE LAST two weeks} Wearing dark shades,

He Was Struck

InHisRightEye

_ And Lost Ii

lold n Elleock Wakes
k, a
pale Hall, St. Michael, told: the
: urt of Grand Sessions yesterday
10W Rupert Morris had given him
apd in the right eye on Septem-

T 17 last year that had necessi-
tated the removal of the eye.

Morris .was found guilty of
causing grievous bodily harm with
intent, and His Honour the Acting
Chief Justice, Mr. G. L. Taylor
postponed sentence, Des

scene of the incident w
the Eagle Hall Club. It was be-
tween ll and 11.30 P.m. and ac-
cording to witnesses for the Prose-
cution, there had been a fight be-
tween Morris and one Beryl Car-
iTington. Morris beat her.

Ellecock who had just come out
of the club went towards the
crowd and joined in a remark
which someone in the crowd had
made about Morris’ sexual prac-
tices, and Morris putting his left
hand in his pocket fitted on what
appeared to be “steel knuckles”
and let Ellcock have a cuff to eye.

Head “Went Off”
. Elicock told the Court his head
went off” when he got the blow.
He was taken to the General Hos-
pital where he remained 42 days.

Dr. A. A. Gibbons said in the |
witness stand that Ellcock had
been admitted to the Eye Ward on
September 17, He had examined
him next day and found that he
had a rupture of the cornea of the
right eye, and there was a pro-
trusion of some of the contents
of the eye ball. The rupture was
repaired as far as was possible,

At that time Elleock said he
could just see the light vaguely.
The condition of the eye did not
improve, and it was removed dur- |
ing October. He was discharged
from the Hospital on October 30.

Ellcock had alleged that the in- |
jury had been caused by a blow.
He (the doctor) was of the opinion
that it could have been caused by
such a blow delivered with a fair
amount of force.

To the prisoner the doctor re-
plied that if Ellcock had fallen on
the straight edge of a pavement
with considerable force, he could
have received such an injury; not|



as near







if he had fallen on a coconut shell.
Sielf-detence

Morris addressing the jury on
his own behalf put up a plea of
self-defence. He said that after
the fight with Carrington, he was
going home, and Ellcock held him.
He tried in vain to escape. Ellcock
started to choke him and “the |
breath left my body and my eyes }
became dark. Then I let go a cuff
and I do not. know’ whether





Elicock got it in the face or
chest.”
The case for the Crown was

presented by Miss M. E. Bourne,
Acting Legal Draughtsman. Mor-
ris was unrepresented.

Guilty Of Lareeny

Ethelbert Coppin pleaded guilty
of larceny of $53.60, and Mr.





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Assize Diary
TUESDAY 14TH
No. 19 Rex vs. Clayton
| Arthur
| No. 30 Rex vs, Dalton
! Hade: and Gordon om
| Harris.
| WEDNESDAY 15TH |
| No. 10 Rex vs. Dorothy
Griffith.
No. 9 of November; 1949.
Rex vs. Rudolph
| Wilson.





Coroner Adjourns
Death Inquiry

The inquiry into the death of

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Londen Expr

FEDERATION REPORT

‘Radar’ Brings [ron

Steel For Seawell

Two carryalls, tools, loose tyres,
tractor parts, galvanised pipes
tubes, electrical appliances, wire,
a jack and a bundle of iron and
Steel arrived here yesterda y
morning by the 16l-ton M. V
T. B. Radar from Trinidad for use



Trevor Jordan was again ad-
Journed until March 18 by Mr.
E. A. McLeod Coroner of District
“A” yesterday.

Trevor Jordan a 12-year-old
St. Giles School boy was invol-
ved in a fatal accident while re-
turning from school about 3.30
p.m., on January 23,

Before the inquiry was started
the seven-man Jury accompanied

in the construction of the new
runway at Seawell.
This cargo was consigned

Messrs J. N. Harriman & Co., Ltd
It was not unloaded yesterday »s
e “T. B. Radar” did not get a
berth in the Careenage.
The other equipment which ar-
rived’ recently for Seawell came
by motor vessel Caracas which

is expected to make about two
more similar calls.
Leaving Trinidad the T. B.

J.-E. T, Brancker, his, Counsel, |by Mr. McLeod was taken to the | ®@dar called in at St. Lucia and

asked the Court to be lenient. Sen-
tence was postponed.

scene of the accident.
Arthur Applewaithe a 3l-year-

finished loading for Barbados.
General cargo brought from these

The Court sits again at 10 a.m. } old cooper of My Lords Hill said|tW® Ports was consisted of rum

to-day.



Princess Playfield

@ from page 1
but.we have to wait and see what
sum will be allocated for the car-
rying on of the good work in mak
ing recreation possible for the
teasses of the people of this parish,
As you are probably aware,

the population of the parish of
St. Michael comprises 40% of
the population of the whole
island; 26 elementary schools
and 8 private schools house
about 35% of the children of
school age in the island.

I have no doubt that you will
agree with me that the bulk of
the Labour Welfare Fund should
be allocated to St. Michael with
her density of population and her
lack of suitable recreational facili-
ties for the so-called working and
middle classes and their children,
I need not stress further the de-
sirability of developing these play-
ing fields as everyone here knows
that physical exercise is as neces-
sary for the growing child as its

food. ey
Thanks !

1 have now to thank all those
people who are responsible for all |
the work put into the development
of this playing field and the build-
ing of this pavilion. You can see
for yourself that much care has
been taken in the laying out and
construction, and the painting and
finishing touches which were done
by Mr. C. M. Worrell and Mr,
Percy Bruce respectively. The
road was the work of Mr. O. Wor-
rell. Mr. Redman, our Vestry
Clerk, was responsible for the lay-
ing out of the playing field, and
Mr. Griffith saw after the lawn
for us.

I have kept the best bit of
information for the last, I am
sure you will be very pleased
to know that Her Royal High-
ness Princess Alice has gracious-
ly consented to have this
playing field named after her.
Again Your Excellency and Mrs.





presence here this afternoon and
I will now ask Your Excellency to
declare this Pavilion and Playing
Field open.

The Governor said: — Z

“As a parishioner of St. Michael,
I am very pleased to have been
given the privilege of opening this
Playing Field and Pavilion. It is

|the second, provided from the La-

bour Welfare Funds, which I have
opened and there can be no doubt
that the money for these schemes
is being appropriately utilized for
they are the very foundations of
the development of a healthy body
and a healthy mind which are es-
sential whether in ~ a of so-

1, economic or political progress.
othe recent visit of Her Royal
Highness Princess Alice and the
Earl of Athlone is still in our
minds and in our hearts, and it
gave me the deepest pleasure to
see the many and varied demon-
\strations of loyalty to the Crown
lwherever we went in this Island.
ll believe the younger Barbadians
in particular appreciated the Royal
visit greatly, and it is therefore
appropriate that Her Royal High-

Savage, I must thank you for your : His Worship Mr, H. A. Talma
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that about 3.30 p.m. on January
23, le was going down Kingston
Road riding a bicycle. He heard
a bus horn behind him and look-
ed back and saw the bus X-470.

The bus was going fast and so
that it could pass him he rode
into the gutter. As the bus
passed he saw a motor car coming)
up Kingston Road and the same
time a donkey cart was also going
up Kingston Road on the left
side of the road.

"Bus Swerved

Some boys were in the road |
and when the bus passed hej{
noticed that the bus swerved to!
the right side of the road and the
right front wheel of the bus
crushed one of the boys to the
wall.

The bus did not strike the car.
Only the donkey cart was struck.
The bus was travelling on the
left and proper side of the goad |
when it overtook him.

Ivan Carrington a School boy
said on the afternoon of January
23 he was walking down Kingston
Road on the right hand side. Two
other boys were with him and
all of them were walking one
behind the other, Trevor Jordan
—the boy who was killed—was
leading. While they got near
Stoke Hole Road they stopped
and a car came across from Stoke
Hole Road without stopping and
the same time the bus X-470 came
down Kingston Road and pinned
Jordan to the wall in trying to

ing away from the car.

"The car Temaeke the donkey cart
and the bus. The bus was
travelling fast and the donkey |
cart was on the left side of the
road. When Jordan got struck
he and the other boy ran back-

wards.

Assaulted P.C.
Fined 30/-
A fine of 30/- to be paid in 14
days or in default one month's

imprisonment was imposed on
John Redman of Waterhall Land





yesterday, . te

He was found guilty of assault-
ing H. P. C. 38 Knight while in
the execution of his duty on
March 6.



Molasses Going
To Canada

Motor vessel “Exploits” now
berthed opposite the Harbour and
Shipping Department, is taking |
load of molasses for Baltimore,
Canada.

The “Exploits” arrived here on
Saturday with salted fish from
Newfoundland. It will be here;
until Wednesday. Messrs. W. S.
Monroe & Co., Ltd, aie ones
agents. |

i



THIEF FINED 30/-



| Elthelbert Downes of West-

: 4
bury Road was fir in 14
days or one month's npry:or



barrels, bitters, fibre, tiles, cedar
boards and 90 tons of coal in bulk.
Messrs Schooner Owners’ Assoc-
iation are agents,



18 Return
From Bermuda

Eighteen Barbadians former!y
employed on His Majesty’s Dock
Yards, Bermuda, returned home
on Sunday evening by the naval
ship “Gold Ranger.”

They were E. Mason, E. Dar-
lington, J. King, L. Chase, G.
Carew, C. V. Worrell, H. Smith,
R. Taylor, C. Archer, W. Burke,
C. E. Straughn, G. Streek, K.
Thompson, O. Farnum, G. Ruck,
F. Wiltshire, S. Goodridge and

W. Mayers.

Two of these have come on
leave while the others’ agree-
ments have expired.

The “Gold Ranger” 1,506 tons
net left port the same night for
Trinidad. It is expected to call
here again before going back to
Bermuda.



Gasoline, Kerosene
Arrive From T’dad

On Sunday evening motor vessel
“Rufina” (1,856 tons net) anchored
at Bridgetown laden with 294,000
U.S. Gallons of gasolene and
147,000 U.S. gallons of kerosene
from Trinidad.

Yesterday it was at Spring Gar-
dens, Black Rock, discharging this
petrol.

Messrs. Da Costa & Co., Ltd.,
and Messrs. R. M. Jones & Co.,
Ltd., were the importers of the
motor gasoline while Messrs.
General Traders Ltd., and Messrs.
R. M. Jones & Co., Ltd, imported
the kerosene.

The “Rufina” was scheduled to
sail from Spring Gardens for Mar-

helenieGheemetenaial salable Z _ meal



tinique last night. This vessel is
consigned to Messrs, DaCosta &
Co,. Ltd.

For the past few days the “Bar-
bados. Advocate” has been trying
to get Comments from various
people in public life on the pro-
posed British Caribbean Federa-
tion, but without result.

Several members of the House |
of Assembly and of the St.
Michael’s Vestry were approached |

ut all with one exception said
that they had not yet read the
‘eport on the matter,

One Assemblyman said that he |
had been so taken up with the {|

consideration of the Colonial]
Estimates and the Estimates
of the Vestry of which body

to} he is also a member, that he had

not had time to give any consid |
eration to the Federation Report.

Not even, he said, the portion of

it that has already appeared in the

Press,



—~

Chauffeur On
Manslaughter Charge

Julian Greenidge a 55-year-old
chauffeur of My Lords Hilt wis
charged before His Worship Mr.
E. A. McLeod yesterday with
manslaughter in connection with
the death of Rosa Small which
occurred on Saturday. He wes
remanded until March 20.



‘Fort Amherst’’
Was Here

Arriving from New York yes-
terday morning by steamship
“Fort Amherst” were Mr. and Mrs
Edward A. Proctor and Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Reid.

The “Fort Amherst” (1,946 ton:
net) passenger-freighter of the
Furness Withy Line, arrived vie
Grenada bringing to this port
68 intransit passengers. From
New York, it brought a few
carpenters’ tools.

Early last night it left port for
Martinique. Messrs. Da Costa &
Co., Ltd., are agents.

Bus, Lorry Collide

Two passengers on a ‘bus, Kath-
leen Gooding and Alice Gay, suf-
fered from shock after the "bus
was involved in an_ accident.
Gooding was detained at the Gen-
eral Hospital while Gay was treat-
ed by Dr. Hutson and sent home.

The accident occurred on St.
Patricks Road, Christ Church at
about 5.30 p.m. on Saturday be-
tween motor lorry X 781, owned
by Cecil Brathwaite of Bright Hill,
Christ Church and driven by
Evelyn Best of St. Patricks, and
the "bus, P 77, owned by the
General "Bus Co., and driven by
Grafton Holder of Brereton’s, St.
Philip.

The front fender, head lamp and
upright of the bus were damaged.

INDECENT LANGUAGE

For using indecent language 01
Bay Street on March 11, Ina Yard
of Roberts Tenantry was fined
15/- in 14 days or one month’s
imprisonment by His Worshir
Mr. H. A. Talma yesterday.



EPHEDROL

TRADE MAKE

quickly relieves

COLDS and
CATARRH

It clears the nasal pas-

sages to remove ctuffiness
and the distressing con-
ditions of head colds and
catarrh. The patent nasal
application bottle is infinitely better than spray
or dropper, and can be carried conveniently in
handbag or pocket without fear of leakage.

Mad

Establ

by CLAY & ABRAHAM LTD., Liverpool, England

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$3,700 To Repair | af
Parochial |
Properties |
IN ST. JOSEPH

The St, Joseph Vestry yesterday
agreed to provide $3,700 for the
Building Committee to make re-
pairs to, different parochia’ prop-
erties when the Vestry was con-
sidering the estimate for 1950—







them that their enquiries as to ——————
whether or not the Parish could be
provided with a Community Hall
and a playing field had been sub-
mitted to the Governor-in-Execu-
tive Cémmittee.

When the Vestry was consider-
ing the reports of exhibitioners,
Rev. Mallalieu, Chairman, said
that one of the reasons why prim-
ary and secondary school children

SIMPLY AMAZING

were backward in their work . - 4
was because they were not taught VALUES!
to read properly. He said that

many subjects of lesser impor- e

tance were taught with more care |
than was reading.

CRINKLE

at has been the custom of the
estry to remit taxes for the
wooded portion of Foster Hall| GEORGETTE

Plantation. The Vestry decided to |

postpone consideration of the ‘
| report of the Inspector of trees, Blue, Green and Pink
which dealt with the taxing of the $1.88 yd.
Foster Hall Plantation. They were | e

of the opinion that the Act which |
SATIN BACK

dealt with trees should be review- |
i} CREPE

in White, Black, Peach,

ed since the House of Assembly |
decided to pay six cents to the
planter of any caserina and other
trees specified.





| in Cerise, Fmerald
Li oO H icanaalt ee and Turquoise
iqu r, errimgs $1.61 yd.
‘ a | a
Come From Holland |
Cheese, potatoes and canned SHARKSKIN
stuff from Amsterdam, smoked Be ly
herrings and salted mackerel from White only
Antwerp, split peas and milk $1.70 and $1.89 yd.
powder from. Rotterdam were
commodities of food arriving at *
Barbados yesterday by the 2,200-
ton Dutch motor vessel “Hecuba”,
which is consigned to Messrs. S. P. |
Musson, Son & Co.,, Ltd,
This ship also discharged here |
supplies of beer, champagne, BROAD STREET

liqueurs, gin, wine, advertising
material and electrical accessories, |
It sailed yesterday evening fo
Trinidad.



25 YEARS AGO

(Barbados Advocate, March 14, |

1925)

Barbados Arts and Crafts |
Society |

The Barbados Arts and Crafts
Society’s Exhibition and Sale is
advertised to be held at Queen’:



and 21 unde

patronage of

Park on March 20
the distinguished
Lady Q’Brien and Lady Clarke.



Willthose Persons who
have purchased ROW
101 to 111 for Friday
Night 17th ** HOEGsHE
TYME â„¢ kindly
communicate with the

EMPIRE THEATRE |

IMPORTANT
|

Booking Office as soon

as possible













AERTEX COMBINATIONS
OL with trunk dvawers and short
sleeves
CG; / Per suit . $3.86
SEA ISLAND COTTON
AERTEX CELLULAR VESTS ATHLETIC VESTS and
Short Sleeves, sizes 36 to 46 trunk drawers in cellular
ans, Hach $1.98 mesh, Sizes 30 to 46 inches.
and ‘ 2 ‘ 96
$ SLUMBERTYME PYJAMAS
in striped designs. Sizes 38

AERTEX CELLULAR DRAW-
ERS Ankle length and trunk
Each $3 70 $2 61

to 44
Per suit

$3.74

ind .

CAVE SHEPHERD & Co. LID.

10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street





They think her
nightdress is new—

it looks nmew—
because it’s always

washed in LUX

e for @ainty clothes
vashing! To keep
w look in your
and woollens,
wash them regularly in the
mild lather of Lux. So safe
and le, Lux is per-
fect for all your washing
cold water!









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even in



Quality




PAGE FIVE

YOU MUST

METROPOLE PYJAMAS _
and pleasing
Sizes 38 to 44.

mes







area
ss a4 8 BD

‘I am a proud consumer of °

GOAT CHOW

The cows begin their young ones on .: .

. CALF STARTENA

)btainable from H. JASON JONES & Co., Ltd.

1951. Last year’s provision was > “
$4,018, et
The Social Welfare Oficery] OS 2 ROE TER RREHSRAR AS
wrote to the Vestry informing







































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’ me Charles Rowe Bridge|ness should Lave given her name |ment by His Worship H. A. ; ne Obtainable from ali Drug Stores ;
n€ body was removed to|in perpetuity to this Playing Field.| yesterday when he was _ found . ‘i . :
Tluary of the District “B” "therefore name this field “The (guilty of stealing two towels val- KNIGHTS LTD., AGENTS & DISTRIBUTORS. LUX KEEPS ALL
and an autopsy was per-/|Princess Alice Playing Field” and ued at 6s., and the property ot m DAINTY CLOTHES LIKE NEW!
oe yesterday by Dr. A. P. declare the Field and the Pavilion | Muriel Beckles. The ffence was a LEVI X-LX 686-939
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a ne ik Cla, =f ae, Sreneieinaninonnn Naa
\ to f m | 4
Taal ee Sas BISCUITS fom BRITAIN
h AT THE SALON. GET MY CAR! Fans oid a tr
NE SO WHISPER'S | = —_— sy (Td ee
Zi ORUGSED, EH? F nf wil ALA I 2

AIF WE DON’T
#F ACT FAST.
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tee 4 WILL GET OUT | |

OF HERE
ALIVE !..
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~ SHORTCAKE

Carr’s Biscuits are
again on sale through-



out ee
They are as good as WATER?
: ever, and we hope
THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER sep 2 he tile. te
A! ite we] | (17'S My FRIEND Fe 6] (Wun ten we elena sara. scon wake Ya make larger ship-
’ iiiibeeniens ANDY AND Hid MASKED PaRTNEF ments,

Me ou
4 | Gave
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/ CARR & CO. LTD. CARLISEE, ENGLAND



On Sale at all Grocers and Drug Stores







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gets the goods there every rin
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RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND
gy EE a (aN BF RON Fe 2} |

‘a Ep. THANK GOOONESS MOMS’ TASTE \| | / LOUISE, THEY'RE FABULOUS! \ 24 NOT!
pi HONESTLY, 1'O BE AFRAID
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AN ENGGLNTER:| ALT TOE BASIE =
A’ “Ale ST MORAY! HOW AzE




RUNS TO FURS AND FRIPPERIES, .
NOT PRECIOUS STONES, BUT I HOPE
OUR FRIEND, RIP KEEPS His EYE

MAG. CHITTERTONT
| BOY, iF TCOULD ONLY








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and MORE operators are
changing over to

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j wurriup, ‘Long after the price has been forgotten your Morris |
pneeect

Commercial trucks will still give daily proof of the sound




















| WISH HED STOP
TALKING ABOUT
WEATHER AND
TALK ABOUT US.

| THINK THERES
SOMETHING IN
MY EVE. WILL

YES, BUT
YOU'LL HAVE
iO OPEN YOUR.
EYES, TARI. pugs

SORRY | CAN'T
SEE A THING.









MY PLAN 1S WORKING: H
HAVE BEEN TOGETHER
ALL AFTERNOON FI

1S ALMOST
HERE.



British eaginecring that keeps shen on the jot l'ypes for every carrying job

municipal or commercial, Long or short chassis with Bodies if desired

FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD |

Phone 2385 Distributors Phone 4504

"FERGUSON FABRICS”

STOCKED BY THE

LEADING STORES.






to bulld up th



26" x 14" Racing Tyres

+

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ONCE AGAIN
THEY ARE HERE

DUNLOP |

28" x 14" Cream Roadster Tyres
28" x 14" Pink Roadster Tyres



© body to increase iy

resistance against Illness, te wl bly
to mould sturdy limbs and se
teeth for children, whe will fore iy
delicious orange flayour,

Haliborang

Manufactured and Gratenied by
Allen & Haaburve Lid. laste




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ECKSTEIN BROS.

DIAL 4269 — _ BAY STREET




+

RUBBALONG

A SPECIAL
BOOK

Z FOR

THE CHILDREN!

TALES

by ENID BLYTON

THE VOICE OF A STRANGER

—by Emyr Humphreys

FOUR STUART PORTRAITS
AS SRR eee
PEARS CYCLOPAEDIA

WHITAKERS ALMANACK

careers a
eee, mae irtenne nen marty = TAN mate nero MORRIE

—by Hugh Ross Williamson

ADVOCATE STATIONERY



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Bk Vauxhall 14 hp.
Bowiition. Opel Kadett 1939 model.

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| MYRAULIC _ TROLLEY
#0’ with the sensational Hydrigear.
mm 1% tons to 10 tons capacity

tL

i4,

pspa¥, MARCH



1.50







condition.
a
2.50—t.f.n

driven, in
ble wae spi,
James Street

Good
New

batt Apply Tower Garage
“ aaah a 10.3,50—3n

1947.

mMUCK—One (1) 5 ton Comme
in good condition. Apply West
Rum Refinery Ltd. Black Rock.
11.3.50—2n.

UPPIES—One (1) Pure Bred Alsa-
2 Puppy. 10 weeks old. Ring 4144
aid St. John

CHANICAL.

fin competition.

e
14.3.50—3n

ad
eo

EOUS

A KNIVES—All Steel Pen Knives,
quality. Now 39 cents each.

i , Hutchinson & Co, Te 4222.

[R HOSE—'," Rubber Hose at a

2.3.

H TUBS—Four English Bath Tubs
$100. Less 10% for cash sale
& Co., Ltd. 12.3.50t.f.n

save SHEETS in 24 and 26
(ft, 6ft. Gins, 8ft. and 9ft. lengths
© mild “4 plates 1/16, 1/8 M%,
Hb and 5/8 in various sixes. Enquire
o Tyre

TS—Three (3) Fishing

, Trafalgar Street.
1,3.50—t.f.n
Taina
Peat | Creare Merritt, Caribbean
: » Fontabelle.
; 3.3,50—6n

ucors — Onions being scarce

Eschalots which we offer 48 cents
Wt pound, Harold Proverbs . Co., Ltd.
3.50—6n.

JACKS —

y Garage. Dial 4391.

14.3.50—3n
PUREE NOTICES

easily earned by obtaining orders
for private Christmas Cards fron
. No previous experien

Â¥, Write today for beautiful free

to Britain's largest anc

; highest comratssior
opportunity

money
ws, Williams & moe. Dept 10 Victori:

NOTICE
ay Anis OF SAINT MUCHAS.
Persons, firms and c: tion:
Reet et against the Parish of
= are requested to send_in
oe ecenne? out in. Du-
x than Wednesday, March 8
: FRED. J. ASHBY,
Churchwarden’s Clerk,
Parish of St. Michael.
3.3.50—Tn
THE ROYAL VISIT
ieee” ‘ing "pEBRUCE-CLARKE, Lord
Move Founder of the Barbados
a ement received a word of
° from a Highness.
ON] the EARL o
on behalf x oe Sete) ore
from ie ea
my The Barbados Youth Move-
- 14,3.90—11 3. 3—Ia.
cee SCHOOL
saa a PETER
rts Day Meet will
i gaat Sori bay 2rd. March,
age 10 pm. All Old Bors
W tordiany inv i of the Schoo!
Cc. MILLER,
Headmaster (A
3.50— :
as TE

‘T & FOUND

LOST

nd t Thursday evening Jams
Bracetes Government House
Pinder Suitably rew araee
22

M)VERTISE

14.3.50— on
in the

ADVOCATE

is. C. H. St. 14.3,50—n
BCYCLES—Hercules and Phillips for
Gents and children at prices

i Garag

1950







FOR RENT

4OUSES







FLATS fully furnished with

Dial 8364 13.1. 50—t.t.n.

CORAL wiih Worthing
en ed Fiat Silver ig
tater pentioulase = a Alm
t.f.n

“BETHOVAN"—Upper :
‘sn Wellington s
Apply to Mrs, b po handler near Dea-

Blac’
Now available. Modern conveniences



1,3.50—In
PARK VIEW—uU
From April ist, 3 Seite: wie De
etc. Phone 2938. ne 2 Wee
FLAT—"The Cam
Pp’, St. Law
On-the-Sea. Fully furnished, eee
Eo te “Brattor,” Maxwell
$ 7/3/50—tin

SANTA CLARA—On Sea, St.









1 .

ee | rence Ga 7

: r P from March | Fur!

: ¥ | 4a) bedrooms, jelephoue "sak meee
: ete. Mrs. Rudder, Dial 8186. a
: 11.3.50—2n

of our dearly be-
jy Loving, rae THAINIEL HARRIS HARCLIFF-—st, Lawrence On-the-Ses
diputed this life on March 14th) Fully: furnished “trom ist April 1950
ia
; e in which he is laid,
o% vhemories which never 1 QEFICE—Marhil St. next to W. B.
nson Co. For fu i.
is the “hope that again we Jars apply W. B. Hutchinson ME Co.
at sear a 14.3.50—t.f.n.
harem Dy 2)
Mer Alpha, aa ar PU
Nt ‘osita,
tenildren). Sydney, . RLM 4 ;
( Pere
Frank, Barbara (é' S360; * ALES
g memory of Our Be-
I never fading: F Father, DD; Ave SUCTION
Bust NIEL, who fell asleep
ve. apa 17th at 2 p.m. Courtesy Gar-
‘uncertain steps, Park, Austin 10 H.P. Sedan
es have trodden this desert Car Serna in ageident. Terms Cash.
ARCHER McKEN?2.
ne wel known Voice had called Atmiioher.
py om 12.3.50-—4n
" oe ee
DANIEL'S FAMILY.
Te 14.3.50—-1n.| UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
memory of ENID LEE, who By instruction received I will sell
fn loving 1949. Station House Hill on Thursday ieth
ee ee for me March at 1 p.m. (1) 18 ft. x 10 ft. x 9 ft.
We hide ee ty thee. Sea eee Giacically new. Terms
but not forgo cash, incent Griffith, Auctioneer.
a A teeter), the Thorn® 12,3.50—3n.
14.3.50—In
family. AS A GOING CONCERN (1) Large
se weete Stone Bullding with Shop an
ery Accessories, Liquor and Li
row: SALE Licensed fancy goods. scales ral
. I s weights, Glass cases, shop goods and
Â¥ other items. All selling in one lot the
Q praperty Stands on '% acre of land which
: — S$ run in a tenantry situated at Claph
i 0 vane and Fine: Stace Rd. next to High
. gates Govt ater and Light Install
ne Chevrolet pene 1). meee Apply on premises to Joseph St at
- order. : owner, 3
y 12.3.50—4n 10.3.50—3n
— Opel, Taeaily revored b: | REAL ESTATE
oy ved New Generator a: ee
Pump. Apply: W. Hodgson, Lodge OWELLING HOUSE with 3 roods 31
12.3, 50. ae of land attached at “Briar Hall’
Christ Church, The dwelling house con-|
One (1) 1943 dual gear! tains open ve.andah, dra‘ ving and ain-}
Truck in good condition. En-| jing rooms, two bedrooms and usual con-
Auto Tyre Company, Trafalgar} yeniences. There is also a Lime Kiln in}
7 9/3/50—tfn.| good working order on the premises
The above property will be set up for
Hiliman Minx, one of the best| sale at our Office, James Street. on
i models, still going eee Alway:| Friday 17th March, 1950, at 1.30 p.m

Inspection on application on the pre-
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors
5.3. 50—9n

dwelling house called “AMBURY” with
1 acre 4 perches of land attached there-



to, situate at Upper Collymore Rock,
St. Michael, The house contains draw-
ing and dining rooms, one bedroom and
conveniences on the ground floor, and
three bedrooms, toilet and bath on first
floor. Government water and Electric
ity installed. For inspection dial 3297

The above property will be set up for
sale at our Office, James Street, on Fri-
day 17th March, at 2 p.m,

YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
eeere:
5.3,.50—9n

|
|
mise
_
DWELLING HOUSE—The two storied

a
LAND-—3,520 square feet of land at the
Ivy, Government Hill. The above parcel
of land will be set up for sale by public
competition at our Office, James Street,
on Thursday 16th March 1950, at 2 p,m
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors.
5.3.50—6n



HOUSE; Modern Bungalow, freehold
4,836 sq. ft. Fruit trees, lovely garden
plenty of space for Chickens, Turkeys
Pigs, ete. Gas laid on. Apply: ‘“Somer-
set”, Belmont Road. 21.2.50



LAND—A
Brittons Hill,
One rood and 9/10 perches.
Apply to Mr, Edward Scott,

St. George, Exec ro Mrs
14.3,50—In.

| situated
Village,
Millar.

SALISBURY COTTAGE—On Rockley
Terrace standing on 6,732 sq. ft. of
land and containing closed gallery,
drawing and dining room, 3 bedrooms
1
|
}
|
|

containing
Cash terms.
Bairds

land in

Gap,

spot of
Reed's

1 dressing room all with running water
and toilet, Ser
Dial 2636.

14.3.05—2n.

kitchen, pantry bath
vant's room and garage.





PERSONAL





The public are hereby warned agains
giving credit to my Wwite WILLETT’
HEADLEY (nee Cummins), as I do no





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In Carlisle Bay

“a ane = Lochnivar
ion e Wolfe, Sch. Mary
Sh. W. l.

Aux. Sch. Cuchalat, MV.
Sch. E. Hann:

» Sch

H. Vansluytman, Sch
Frances W. Smith, Sch. Freedom Fleary,

M.V. Exploits.
ARRIVALS
S.S. Fort Amherst, 1,946 tons net, Capt
awe =~ Grenada; Agents: Da Cos i

Schooner Hazell Scott, 30 tons net,
Capt. Marks, from St. Vincent: Agents
Schooner Owners’ Association

Schooner Turtle Dove, 82 tons net, Cap:.
Sealy, from British Guiana; Agents
Schooner Owners’ Association .

M.V. Hecwba, 2.220 tons net, Capt
Duinker, from Guade'oupe; Agents
Ss. P. Musson, Son & Co., Ltd.

M.V. Gold Ranger, 1,506 tons net, Capt.
Parker, from Bermuda

Schooner Emeline, 72 tons net, Capt
Clarke, from British Guiana; Agents:
Schooner Owners’ Association.

S.S. Rufina, 1,86 tons net, Capt

Roorda, from
vis, & Co., ss

from Grenada; Agents: Da Costa

M.V. B. Radar, 116 tons net, Capt.
Hazell, ‘te Trinidad via St. Lucia,

. Agnets: Schooner Cupane Association

DEPARTURES
. 30 tons net,
Capt. Gooding, far St. Vincent; Agents
Owners’

Schooner Association.
Moliy N. Jones, 37 tons net.
Johnson nea 7
nade Lady Noeleem, 41 tans net
Capt. Noel, for Dominica; Agents.
Schooner Association.
+ Cane Pilgrim S., 47 tons
Stewart, for St. Lacia
’ Association

oe:

1,506 tons ne

1,946 tons ne!
Agents

tons net, Cap
Musson, Son.& Co., Ltd.

IN TOUCH WITH BARRADOS COAST STATION

Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd.,
le rane a can now communica ¢
ollowing ships through their

Bart: xlos Coast Station:—

i.§. Caraibe, S.9. Castillo Coca, S\S
SS. Pioneer Isle, $,S. S. Paula, S.S.
Sun Volley, S.S. Ravnanger, S.S. City
of Chester, S.S. Alcoa s.5.
Heeuba, S.S. Li Kamloops, $_S.
Winston Churchill, S.S. Europe, S.S.
Rosa, na Gulf Bird, S.S. Ule, M.V

OGarbet, SS, Evanthia, S.S. Mangore,
S.S. Comedian, S S. Uruguay, S. s
Amakura, §.S Lloyd Crest, &

Abbedyk, S:S. Astarte, S.S. Argentina,

5.8. rmeectern, S.S. Lady Nelson,
YVBB, S.S. Britani/LKDR, S.S. Britisy
Express, 3.S, Atlantic Shippe-
S. Esso. Avalia, S.S. Palmar, S.S
unnay, S.S. , S.S. Esto Den
Hang, S’S. Fortrichepanse, Ss
ty Ok . hem, S.S
Waal, SS. Monica/KQYF, S.S. Uraguay
Ww 8. ss

Naranio, Bed ood ‘Samuel ©. Loveland, s.s

Scawell

Arrivals from TRINIDAD: Lady Colly-
more, Kenrick Davis, Ophelia Gopaul,
Dennis Mondezie, David Jagaai, Edward
Gwyn, Roderick Skinner, Jose Gonsalves.
Max Peters, Ronald Frost, Keith Gran-
ville, Hugo Jorda, Miriam Fowler, Ronald
Adam, Henri Ehrenberg, Lars Dybbro

Arrivals from GRENADA: Vincent
Minore. Jane Seale

Departures for TRINIDAD by B.W.1.A
Mrs. Albertha Soyer, Mr. Ronald Ward,
Rev. Wayne Divine, Mrs. Suro Medveser,
Mr. Joseph Medeveser, Mr. Joseph
Medeveser, Mr. Nigel Seale, Mrs
Magaret Seale, My. Bernard Coolcharan
Mr. Manuel Gonzalez, Mrs. Marjorie

Williams, Mr. Basil Laughlin, Mn.
Collingson, Mp.

R.
sgn Bradshaw, Yu
Arthur Mayne, . ze Tawjl, Mr

Doris Tawil, Mr. Spain, Ser Adams, Mis
Barbata Evelyn, Mr. Rafael Orega, Mrs
Mercedes Medina.

Departures for La GUAIRA: Mr
Riebman, Mrs. Mary
Fraser

Vv
Fraser, Mr. William

Departures for GRENADA: Mr. George
Lyle, Miss Dorothy Woodhams, Mr
Darby, Mr. Terrence Hawkins, Col.
Riordan, Mrs. L. Riordan,
Beggs, Mr. M.

G
Leo
Mr. Harold
Gordon.

for TRINIDAD: Mr. K
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‘“‘Caronia’’ Reaches Naples
With U-S. Millionaires |

(By ALEX VALENTINE)

NAPLES, March 13.

The British luxury liner “Car-
onia” carying many American
millionaires and more crew than
passengers, arrived here to-day
with a full cargo of dyspeptic
ulcers aboard. The main lounge
barman surveyed his well-stocked
Shelves and reflected sadly, “we
ought to have run a milk bar
instead”. He had few customers
among these wealthy people. The
“Caronia’s” 550 American passen-
gers left New York on Sanuary 12
on this British dollar-earning
junket, the $2,000,00 they paid
over in fares alone include $20,000
contribution from the Harold S.
Vanderb Birth, of New York City,
and from Texas Oil king, Charles
FF. Uruschells of San Antonia, The
Vanderbuilts and the Uruschells
occupy the two coveted three
room suites, one on each side of
the after promenade deck. The
“ordinary” passenger paid an aver-
age of $4,500 each for the 80-day
cruise.

Made History

For tnis fare, they got two-room
cabinets, strung out like graduated
rows of pearls on each side of the
main deck. Ship officers aboard
the 34,000-ton liner estimate pri-
vately that her cruise has probably
made mercantile history, sinca
her passengers are worth at least
ten times more than the ship, The
sea-green “Caronia’”’ cost £7,000,
000 to build. The barman and
stewards also think on the plea-
sure cruise history that has been
made—but for another reason,
‘Look at this dinner menu,” groan-
ed a waiter to-day. “Grapefruit,
marschino, sliced pineapple crab
flakes, consomme royale—potage

—e—o—_—_—_————
R U LOOKING FOR
THE BEST

and
The Cleanest Method of Cooking?
Then
YOU ARE LOOKING FOR

A GAS COOKER!

Why not call -t your Gas Show-
room and book am order to-day,
for one of the next lot arriving

M.V. Hecuba,
Duinker, for Trinidad; Agents: © :

st. Luis, filet of sole, suppreme of
halibut, guinea chicken, roast Long
{sland duckling, galatine qf capon,
souffle siciliene, pear Grande
Duchesse, fromagen la—but what’s
the use? I could go on all night.

“This is not a menu. It’s an in-
spiration, Menus like these are not
prepared every day. ‘I am proud
to present it with a flourish.”

Little Drinking

The waiter’s voice at this point
rose to a crescendo, which died in
a despairing moan. “I am asked
for a glass of milk and some crack-
ers. Cold milk, mind you, and
plain crackers.” From other paris
of the ship similar tales poured in.
The barman, who wished he had
gone into the milk bar bus, ob-
served mildly thay he said that he
had never known so little drinking
among so many people before.
The leader of the ship’s orchestra
said, “I am getting just as tired
of the Missouri Waltz as Harry
Truman must be. The ship’s
»arber refused vo say a word when
asked his opinion.

The passengers are generally in
bed by 11 p.m., but may be up
early in the morning to take part
in shore excursions, which they
tackle with the grim ferocity
which failed their bankbooks with
black ink entries.

On shore excursions, they gen-
erally opened purses, some of them
spending as much as $1,000 in a
few days ashore. b

The biggest and most expensive
of these shore tours was a three-
week “Air Safari” the length of
Africa. Twenty seven people went
on thig at $1,850 a head.

—Reuter.





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PACKING AND THE CARIBBEAN

LONDON, (By Mail).
Britain's official “Board

Trade Journal” describes condi- p
tions in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad,
in a report of a lecture on packing material
exports to the Caribhean. Thq@ a
lecture was given to the London
Institute of Packaging by Mr. J. J.
Feriggi, of Shell Petroleum Com-
pany, who said that at Port-of-
Spain, the only port in Trinidad
capable of discharging ocean ves-
sels, there were ample storage fa-
cilities for packed goods and the
j port was undoubtedly well organ-



of oa ve goods must be



PAGE SEVEN
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JPESSSSSSISGSISSSOSS DSS PPP PoP ooo I ee
| NOW OPENING— %
CRICKET BATS AND CRICKET ‘SETS FOR BOYS ¥

FLOWERED GLASS FOR DOORS at
pee 5 148) tant & HARDWARE

66600

wnt ose sess ees eS

season, cause corrosion and: rod



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n Trinidad was omen =z
oom the method of oa Just suitable for Sciaool Children ‘
chat ars FH eee ta FOUNTAIN PENS Cheap and
with the con- PEN KNIVES



\ised. The usual types of packages coun’ > eeraees: ome. Sees oreo th , -As a supplement to your normal diet use. . . oe
and materials were seen on the soee in the
quay, buc the tem: tures, to- senting. a serious problen, in



THE COMBERMERE S



1. Required as soon as possible a Graduate Teacher of Modern | \
Studies—mainly, History and English. Should hold an Honours
Degree in History or English, or, alternatively, a good General Degree

in Modern Studies.

2. Salary—-Barbados Seale, viz: —
Graduate—$1,728 x $72—$2,160 x $96—$2,928.00
Graduate—lIst or 2nd Class Honours $1,920 x $96—$3,456.00
Allowance $216.00 per annum if in possession of Teaching

Diploma.
Commencing salary accordi

Passage will be paid. _Applications,(no special form) stating age,
qualifications, experience, whether married or single, and accom-
panied by copies of three recent testimonials, to be,sent without de-
lay to: The Headmaster, Combermere School, mepere from whom
> |further particulars may be. obtained.



The Schooner LOCHINVAR 5S.
will accept Cargo and Pussengers
for Grenada, sailing Saturday 18th
Mareh 1950.

The Schooner ADALINA will
accept Carga and Passengers for
St SNe sailing Wednesday 15th
Jareh

The Schooner HAZEL SCOTT
will areept Cargo and Passengers
for St. Vineent, sailing Wednesday

15th March,

The Sch. WONDERFUL COUN-
SELLOR will accept Cargo and
Passengers for St. Lucia, sailing
Tuesday l4th inst.

The M.V. DABRWOOD will
eceept Cargo and Passengers for
St. Lucia, St. Vineent, Grenada,
end Aruba, Date of sailing to be
‘given

B.W.l. SCHOONER OWNERS'

ASSOCIATION (INC,)
Consignees.













ELDERS & FYFFES LINE

“GOLFITO” is due to arrive on 18th
March from the U.K. and will leave the same evening

The T.S.S.

for Trinidad, and has ample
gers.

For further particulars apply to }
WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.,



COW & GATE MALTED
MILK 3

‘a | This preparation contains :— "

CHOOL, Os : RICH CREAMY MILK, MALTED BARLEY and }

‘ WHEAT along with VITAMIN D.

The Ideal Malted Milk for growing children, infants
and adults.

Retail Price 90c.—1-Ib. Tin
Obtainable at - - -

BOOKER'S (8:08) DRUG STORES LTD.

. _ Broad Street and Hastings (ALPHA PHARMACY)

aging —(B.U.P.)

665)

ng to reeognized service. |

BROADWAY NOVELTIES OF — \
INTEREST
NYLON STOCKINGS in New Shades

12.3.50,—3n.

NOTICES

per pr.

LACE all over 36 in. wide in White, Beige, Black at SL 77 per pr.
from 8c.

Also Trimming Lace ............ to 18¢. per yd.
} ADIES’ BELTS in a large Assortment of colours

BITCHEN TOWELS good size ... ....4........ 4ie.

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M.S. “PORT PIRIE” is scheduled to

SSS

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-S.“KAIPAKI” ts scheduled to sail

LADIES’ COSMETIC BAGS and FINE POWDER PUFFS.
These
Chilled, Hard Frozen «nd : : ‘ D
a oh geal CIGARETTE TUBES PIPES : VACUO FLASKS
.ading with transhipment at Trinidac
for British Guiana, Barbados, Windward
and Leeward
For further perticulars apply:—

FURNESS WITHY & Co., LTD
Agents: Trinidad
DA COSTA & Co. LTD.,
Agents: Barbados.

DARLEY’S CONDITION POWDER for Horses
CALL in at:—

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Fer MEN: Working Boots and Shoes; Dress Shoes.
For LADIES: Californians, Fancy Shoes, Sporties.
Fer OMILDREN: Shoes for Boys and Girls, and Ballerinas.





accommodation for passen-

' SHOE
co., LTD.
Agents.

Floor, Furniture, Linoleums, Car
Wax-Polish ...............,. 36¢. per tin

Ye Wea, Serr cs

CANADIAN SERVICE

SOUTHBOUND
Name of Ship Sails Arrives
Halifax Barbados
8.8. “ALCOA PILGRIM” Mareh April ist
8.8. “ALCOA PENNANT’ Mareh 22nd March 19th.
Saline every two weeks,
NEW YORE caren Asana
8.S. “BYFJORD peed in Ror inh
a8, ORD” ril pr’
8.8. J. March 17th Mareh 27th
NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
Bails rive
Sf ct eingized "Rpate BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
S.S. “ALCOA ROAMER” rel Pp
S.S. “ALCOA RUNNER” Feb, 22nd. March 4th
S.S. ALCOA RANGER March 8th March 2
Apply: DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Canadian Service. CORPORATION LTD
ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service. °

SPECIALIST IN HIG

DIXON

&
JOHN M.

H GRADE PROPERTY

BLADON

REAL ESTATE AGENT — AUCTIONEER — iiien

Phone 4640

For the

Applications in person and
Tuesday, 14th March.

For particulars apply to... .

Beckwith Place,
Bridgetown.

—_—_-

CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO.

LODGE HILL,
DIAL

Due to the failure of Electric Power we have been unable to
make building blocks for the past two months.

Our stocks are almost depleted.

Blocks cannot be delivered for at least 10 days after
manufacture; this is the minimum time for curing.

Will intending buyers
without delay.

Orders will be dealt with i

{
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The
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THE BARBADOS MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY.

Invites Applications

CANVASSER

Vice Mr. D. H. Alleyne, resigned.



therefore send in their orders

popularity of our blocks is increasing daily.

Plantations Building.















post of

writing will be received up to

Cc. K, BROWNE,
Secretary.



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4.44 c.f. capacity
See the New Features in these —

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PAGE EIGHT

B.G. Cricket
Board Will

Protest
-CHRISTIANI GOING

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, March 13
The B.G. Cricket Control Board
has issued the following statement
to-night. “The reply front the W.1.
Cricket Control Board regarding
their refusal to allow Trim to go to
England as seventeenth player was
considered.”
The alternative facing the B.G.
w from
WI. Board and refuse Robert
Christiani, the,colony’s sole repre-
sentative to make the trip and
these were given serious donsider-













BARBADOS ADVOCATE

| Footba llers
| Worried
| Over Weight

|

| LONDON, March i3.
} One of the many problems
| eonfronting the Football Associa-
| tion in connection with the Eng-
I land team to compete in the finals
lof the World Cup at Rio in June
is the type and weight of equip-
ment to be worn.

It is estimated that an English
League footballer carried nearly
10 pounds in excess weight in the
form of heavy shirt and shorts,
thiek stockings, shinguards and
padding, ankle bandages, cotton-
wool padding of the instep and
heavy leather boots.









Loose Bloody Teeth

Bleeding Gums, Sore Mouth and
08e a tet that you have
Sane tae h Mouth or perhap
some @isease that will sooner or |
later cause your teeth to fall out and
may also caltise Rheumatism and |
Heart Trouble. Amosan stops gum

ing the day, ends sore mouth
and quickly tightens the teeth. Iron |
clad guarantee. Amosan must make
your mouth well and save your teeth
or money back on return of empty
pack-
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clean bowled Nel and Wilson, the

opening pair. Only 37 runs were} slavia’s Dolinar and V. Harangozo
then.on the board—they were 17) In the final they defeated the
when they were out in the first) Englishmen Johnny Leach and
innings — but Cheetham and! jack Carrington }4—21, 22—20
Wynne, came to the rescue once! »5;__}9 9-15. .
more with a stand of 60 for their | the 1¢- year-old Middlesex ty
third wicket. ; |Miss Diane and Miss Rosalind
Cheetham, the Province Cap-| Rowe sprang the surprise of the
tain, followed up his 98 in the championships by beating Eng-
first innings with 55 not out Innd’s Corbillon Cup pair Miss
The Australians play the last Peggy Franks and Mis Dora
match of the tour against a South Berege in the final of the women’s
African eleven starting on Friday. doubles after dropping the first

—Reuter.

Commonwealth XI Leaves

@ from page 1
be afraid of visiting India, think-
ing they would be performing be-
fore interior officials
“Neither England nor Australia
has better officials to handle tests’



he said.
Duckworth thought Indian
cricket could “improve by leaps

and bounds if more Indian cricket-
ers entered Lancashire Leagu¢
Cricket and returned to India tu
teach what they learned.
“There is no doubt,” he said
‘that Hazare and Mankad are im-
proved cricketers since they have

played League cricket in Eng-
land.”
Duckworth said he was “disap-

pointed” by the criticism of the
Indians’ fielding during the un-
official tests. Some catches the
Indians were blamed for dropping
left him wondering “whether they
were catches at all.”

Speaking of coaching India,
Duckworth said, “every centre |
have visited in India is very keen
to plough back its profits into
coaching schemes and it looks as
though Indian cricket of tomorrow
will be well catered for.”

—Reuter,














List 0 THE MEOW
KITTY AND
| FRAN “PUT A PAL/S

NEW ENSEMBLE
ON “THE PAN +s.





vas |" f ‘
the men’s doubles won by Yugo-





cet —Reuter

U.S. Sprinter
Breaks Record



MELBOURNE, March 13
Barney Ewell, American holder
of the World Professional Sprint-
Title, twice bettered the

World
Record for the professional ‘
yards here to-day. Competing in
the Bendigo £1,000 (Australian)
(about £800 sterling) gift claimed

to be the world's richest profes-
sional footrace, Ewell, starting
from scratch, clocked 29.9 in the

final of this handicap. He finished
third. Earlier he returned 21 sec-
onds in his semi-finals. The pre-
vious best was 21.1 seconds. The
American was beaten in the 130
yards semi-finals after being
penalised a yard for breaking

MEXICO WINS CUP
GUATEMALA CITY, March 13
Capt. Mario Becerril (Mexico)
won the cup for the nations’ eques
trian event of the international
Sports meeting here. Mexico won
the 3-man team event in the Cup
of the Nations
—Reuter



Aagiviered Uf Potent Ofice

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DID you EVER: SEE
SUCH A GETUP?
ZT WOULDN'T WEAR
THAT DRESS "TO
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Britain’s New Jet
Auto Goes On Show

BIRMINGHAM,
Britain’s new jet
vill be exhibited at
motor show in New
pril 15 to 23. The car
in \merica, but an official o!
Rover Motor Company whict
ed it said that while the
is on show the gas turbine i
the rear will be visible under <
transparent plastic screen.
Wher e car was first publicly
demonstrated in Britain
week visitors were not allowed t
power unit

Meh 13

the

see the

—Reuter



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yy 7
The Weather
TO-DAY
Sun Rises; 6.08 a.m
Sun Sets; 6.11 p.m.
Moon (New) March i8
Lighting: 6.30 p.m
High Water: 2.34 a.m.,
p.m

1.25

YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) .07 ins.
Total for Month to Yester-

day: .74 ins.
Temperature (Max.) 83.0 °F.
Temperature (Min.) 71.5 °F.
Wind Direction (9 a.m.)
E. by N. (3 p.m, E. by N.
Wind Velocity 16 miles per
hour,
Barometer (9 a.m.)
(3 p.m.) 29.950.

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SCOLTISH CUP — Fourth Round

deen 3; Rangers 1,
SCOTTISH LEAGUE—Division A

ren 0, Falkirk 1;
Celtic 0.

SCOTTISH LEAGUE—Division B
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| tHIRD DIVISION — NORTHERN

_By Jimmy Hatlo, |

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Partick Thistle 5, Stirling Albion
1; Queen of the South 3, Aber-
Raith Rovers
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Caribbean Amateur
Boxing Championships

AT GRENADA
ON APRIL 8th. 9th. & 10th

Hibernian 4, Dundee 2; St. Mir-
Third Lanark 1,

Accomodation is available for 25
Guests at the Santa Maria and
Grand Hotels up to March 20th,
Contact: Ralph A. Beard, Hard-
wood Alley, Phone 4683 Local
Booking Agents for above Hotels

COME, AND SUPPORT THE BOYS

Albion Rovers 3, Queen’s Park

Dumbarton 0, Airdrieonians 1;
Dundee United 4, Ayr United 1;
Forfar Athletic 1, Dunfermline
Athletic 2; Hamilton Academicals
4, Alloa Athletic 0; Wolverhamp-
ton Wanderers 1, Sunderland 3
SECOND DIVISION

Blackburn Rovers 0, Southamp-
ton 0; Bradford 1, Sheffield United
l; Brentford 0, ‘Leeds United 0;
Barnsley 0; Cardiff City 1,
; Coventry City 0; Chesterfield 2,
Grimsby Town 1; Hull City 0,
Swansea Town 0; Leicester City 2,
Westham United 1; Plymouth
Argyle 0, Queen's Park Rangers 2;
Sheffield Wednesday 0, Preston
North End 1; Tottenham Hotspur
), Luton Town 0.

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Barbados Amateur
Boxing Association

announces

Novices Tournament

WEDNESDAY 15th MARCH
at 8 p.m

10 BOUTS 10

Special Lighting arrangemnets by
Courtesy of Esso Servicenter

Accrington Stanley 2, Doncas-
ter Rovers 2; Barrow 4, Halifax
Town 0; Carlisle United 2, Hart-
lepools United 1; Crewe Alexan-
dra 0, Rochdale 1; Lincoln City 1
Ney Brighton 2; Mansfield Town
1, Gateshead 0; Oldham Athletic
2, Southport 5; Rotherham United
|, Darlington 1; Tranmere Rovers
1, Bradford City 0; Wrexham 0,
Stockport County 2; York City 2,
Chester 3.

The Schoolboy Championships
have been postponed owing to
a in date with most Second-

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strong letter of protest sen ; 30, ac
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severe as in English League ana N. Ireland : anywhere ,
disapproval of the manner in |= : , g 3 and . in the world at No =xtra C
which “we were treated not only Cup soccer and extra protection i: . + | tra Co+%t at the booking” ;
in this matter, but on bed — “HIGH TYME” artistes are here seen putting the finishing touches to their show which opens aenait SRT fre se Naninerintnacnchahiehins 5 eo) aN office of ., i
casi sele e ———————_$=———— | || *
Sons, ie eee inatters in at Bip Empire on Tiredhy night | freedom of movement and allows {}
general.” {eae to get a better “feel” of the Jame st { Ch h | aa
ar was also decided that a certain ‘ jtall, S Stree ure
be taken in La T : t | This is borne out by the fine ; ,
funtre, oh octen te does not wn ennis isa oin e | amaicans j ball control exercised by most Presents ] o% R E
consider it advantageous to re- riump h At eee “Elijah” 4M WV, y
f this course of ac- T wei = Sia .
) Rar seat shea te | Lourmament — ockey conditions {ikely tobe mek in Ble (Medelssohn) | suertiin
va The: public can rest assure G I English players, it te expected, | ED,
i however that as soon as it is eon LIVERPOOL (By Mail). nabsctee a | will be instructed to cut down as MONDAY, March 27th at |
; sidered expedient to make known (B) ‘3
; hat this course of action would Danny Narzani, the “crack”|GuaTEMALA CITY, March 13. | uch weight in equipment as pos- 8 p.m. | nee in Trinidad)
H i, this would be done.” KINGSTON, Ja., March 13. | -\merican jumping jockey js a very! Three Jamaican girls have turs-| sible. It is practically certain that Programmes 1/- obtainable {|| Lower Broad Strec Bridgetown
4; | —(By Cable}! The first International Carib-| iisappointed man these days. ed in a “one, two, three perfor-| tne canvas lightweight boot will a =: OOS \ sameamaie S: 4585 oan
idl j bean Lawn Tennis championships He,came to England a couple of | mance in the 80 metres hurdles 10} be used after successful experi- from the Advocate | NES: & 2789,
it | held at Fairtield Club, Montego| months ago with the sole aim of give Jamaica the triple crown to: res nts which have been made by | oa dase
Hs M C ] Hits | Bay, concluded yesterday was, getting a ride in the famous | the event and confirm the impres- the Football Association lately. oe ][[SSSaaass———"!'
Why e oo patty cones and aa most reese a 4! sion’ that the Jamaican women '3| Silk shirts may also be ordered |
Hy ikely be played again next year, ; “1ntree on Maren 4 field and track squad is the best} ; th il 1 | hn
44 ® hes cis Mane | because ey allow a player to . |
iy First Hundr The ee ten A a Sharitv aber Sten Lord | competing at the Guatemalan | perspire freely and yet keep in Let Him That | It S just the best
i vere aoe aa . “Si ae aa yainsborough made him happy by | | Games. the warmth, One suggestion with |
° ‘Doubles * a Mined the Dou-| asking him to ride his champion} _ Miss Searchwell broke _ the regard to fhe heat problem is that |
Aussies Draw Game jens, ane tans Frank Gnern. | £0% Light, but now this horse has | Central American record with ‘| the England players get together :
sles mais vee = ay ee ad 7, sustained an injury after gallop-| time of 12.1 seconds but it was} for training spells in a large steam- S t rist ome
CAPETOWN, March, S leuk and Fred Shields 11—9, 6—3: | ing into some railings and it is | bot recognised because of th?] heated arena on a specially pre-
Western Proviice waves ae he WwW N Chaffe : nik | doubtful whether he will be fit to| wind. : pared bone-hard pitch similar to
match with the Australians here jin t ; en 2 : = war Wethelec i scanuh PAGE al; | The most disputed race was|those used in South America. to
‘4 to-day and so became oe pecone none ee ee oe ” Narzani is now hoping that a} won by Cuba in the final of the — Reuter.
M5 eee aoe with the touring Fred Kovaleski outplayed Frank | vacancy will oceur for steering| 400 metre relay Cuba’s sprinte: AF L 0 on
on L mcr in re iy to West Guernsey to win the Caribbean| another runner over the severe|ortun surged up in the stretch ree Lecture
Ber rovince’s 908, declared their /Singles crown 6-4, 6—4, 6—1: | Course, so that he can realise his| to reach ¢he Jamaican star Mc- |
ern : nin . ’ adies’ Singles| life’s ambition.—(LNS.) | Kinley, bot mishing neck al a |
first innings closed at 425 for 7} Nancy Chaffee the Ladies ‘Singles PEL han Pa Test Herc aledek tha ro rammes entitled
and then, in just over two hours, | beating Mary re 8 4: ie aries began, the automatic pho-
hit 142 for) Re stopped play at intervals
batting the Province hit ea ee OP : | to-finish device failed to work ‘“*Christi Sci
the loss of 3 wickets before stumps (C.P.) : . Boat ae ristian Science:
ba } oOoxin and the judges, after considera- TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1950
wv Aetialin were only 21 runs | eke | ble discussion, awarded the race| 7 am By News, 7 od sate
: od a to Cuba, although McKinley in-| “"@4ysis, 7.15 a.m. Toni and his Orehes- I :
ann vite pened tovday and the | Fable Tennis: | Is Healthy sisted afterwards that he thought| ji,” “4,0 "asqeneral® Spesking: 8 a.m. ts Tenets: And :
not out batsmen Archer and ‘ - } ne had won, S. ar ne Seer eos mt. oe :
McCool, soon put the Australians B = LONDON (By Mail) _Loesnar Welket of. Trinida: fhe News, 12.10 p.m. News Analysis How It Heals t
ahead. They took the total to 362 ri on ins Belier a | ois S tnt picked up the crown in weigh‘-| j2.15 p.m eon Interlude, 12.3% ae
before Archer was out and 9 a ae . ( ue 3 ae yut the Pane lifting and broke the world recor« p.m Tip Top ane, 1 p.m, be peng
: ness in England i La 2alt = tana : .m. Radio Newsreel, 1. r ~ 7 ~
1) McCool, reaching his 50, registered Men Ss ’ : ‘itle stath ‘today, : Sat ae pounds, o“ sre John Bull's Band, 2 p.m. The News, 2.10 by EARL E. SIMMS, C.S., | have ever i
AL alg te east ern & Promoter Jack Solomons has "Maico poner ie tp eeukaate Tt heave Review, 2:30 Reg of Austin, Texas seen.
ny date, beating his not o LONDON. Maret | created a wor td record in ; pening 4] the swimming and is expected ii the Curtain, 3.30 p.m. Your Song Parade a
Ht ee hen Australie] Richard Ber ‘British hold j. | Sant. to te public. nile up a record margin for any| S2vicc, Fis prim. ‘The Widdle of the Member of the Board of 54” wide
be iy After lunch w von r, McCool, if the fate world ate te nie Soon after the American, Lee Olym oe Games in both swim serve 4.45. p'm.. Montmartre Players Lectureship of in beige
1 scored 41 in half an hour, » Jer of the men’s world table tennis | Savoli , and the British heavy-| OY™P am 3 pm. Incidental Music by Sehiuert, 5.15 The Mother Church in beige,
bi be completed a faultless century be-] title, tonight won the English open - chi ; B Wooa-| Ming and diving.—B.U.P. p.m. Programme Parade, 6.30 p.m € ch, . d
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gements Not
| Made To Receive
_W.L. Delegation

ADAMS, BUSTAMANTE, GOMES |

(From Our London Correspordcen )
LONDON, WACK 2S
RITAIN is buying all exportable Commonwealth sugar |
B and any extra purchases at the moment would involve!
ysing dollar reserves. This was revealed by the newly
Food Minister, Maurice Webb, at question nad
pp me Mouse House « of Commons today.

—_——

—



-¢( Mr. Webb had been asked if

j there was any likelihood of an

“Mother Of | increase in present weekly British

Mo ; Sugar ration of eight ounces per
‘ person.

Siamese ‘In view of the available supplies



at the moment there is no imme-









BELGIUM FACED WITH GOV’

Sinceerreninntn gsi



HiS EXCELLENCY THE GOVE
the
(Right)

SRNOR, Mr.
Princess Alice Playing Field yesterday.

A. W. L.
Mr. Hi.
The Governor takes the first ball from West Indian Captain, John Goddard. (not in

picture) with wicket-keeper Clyde Walcott behind.









° e } diate prospect of an increase” he Y
Twins Dies pease “Indeed I shall feel happy
s myself if I can hold the present B , dit. R b
After 8 Days ration for the time being.” an U s O
Britain is not now spending
(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) dollars on sugar for home con- Llo ds Bank
PORT-OF-SPAIN. March 13 | Sumption and observers were ask-
Rita Lovell, 24-year-old mother|ing following Mr. Webb's state- e ’
frinidad’s first Siamese twins|ment whether’ stocks from K. li 0
ied at the Colorial Hospital,| sterling sources had fallen lower L ne
Port-of-Spain, at 2 p.m. yester-|than the Fuod Ministry had BRISTOL la ‘
_ B tay without seeing her babies. She} anticipated. Riis te ous MATCH 1S. |
- ry 9 eing bank ropbers with
knew they are joined They were wondering whether) excited fling crowd
after death, Reginald, the| another cut in the a iy ctr excited, yelling crowd close o
woman’s mason husband Rae hain ditties .. é their heels to-day killed 3s ma
; a was g visaged. whe trie o stop them.
wit a frantic telephone call to] “Wo geures are goatenlh'shoukt ed to I
Btomeillor C. B. Mathura saying] pi ie ste k eet ihe v hoy The bandits walked into
did not know what to do. Ministre: but the view of the caegc| branch of Lioyds Bank here ar
He sald that he is unemployea| Ministry but the view of the sugar} held up the Manager and the
ind had no means to meet ‘the | brokers here is that Britain’s} pankguard at the point of a
funeral expenses. Major Norman ee 4 ust about meeting Then they grabbed a he sndaed i ; 31
and Mathura agreed to bear | ‘¢ Geman notes—about £50—and raced in
imeaeespences | Unprepared to the street. “First they jumpec
Since thy birth of the twins by} Mr. Webb’s somewhat pessi-] on bus. But the bank Le
; Cietarian| operation eight days| mistic statement was attributed t« stoppr t. The rebbete i
ae acre that felt Mrs.|his being unprepared in the new} off and took to their heels ~
e| d rally through. office to make any promises he eo de >, ty
Up to Friday there seemed| cannot fulfil om e ch aa Bibo a er 10 Ge
every chance of recovery and | West Indian sugar interests} i) until about fr a ‘4
| Rfewed that someone told her) here nevertheless find it difficult Daehn h g a mt Z
@ the abnormality and this to reconcile Mr. Webb’s remark eres eR bag
7 jmmed the change for worse.\ with the Food Ministry’s propos et, eer (30) spran;
ag tives however stoutly de-|als at the recent Commonwealt! ectopic hem and wrestled \
ptm that they informed the| sugar talks that West Indian pro- on ‘ae bebe’ . ena fay! sal
} mutter of the nature of the birth. | duction should in effect be re-| CO/apsec ith a - bullet in
7 aftended the funeral this] stricted. | face He died soon after in
Ve oon.— (By Cable). | They feel the case for an ex pital. ;
i. oa | pension of West Indian productio ) I olice later detained tw (
: has only been re-emphasised but withheld their names. It wa
. Meanwhile it is learned that in Bristol that a gunmar til

incess Alice Off | arrangements
British Guiana |

,
i
7

have yet been made
rere to receive the proposed thre¢
delegation from the West
comprising of Mr. Gomes
Adams and Mr. Bustamante
sugar discussions at a political



dos Advocate Correspondent)

DRT-OF-SPAIN, March 13.



for

marnncess §=Alice arrived in| | level

don Sunday aboard the} jt is understood that negotia
: ms. Glasgow, but there was nO| tions are presently proceeding
‘Pppiite Guard of Honour as is |between Whitehall and the West
‘ fomary when Royalty arrives.| Indies and if suitable arrango-
Wm mis will take place when she| mei can be made the officia



8 On March 24 for a longer | visit will be unnecessary
| —(By Cable).
husband/ ee aneenation

ompanied by her

larl of Athlone, the Royal\ . Y
ted Innes six hours here | Russian Spy
lunch with the Acting |
am nor, P. M. Renison at| Jo Leave U.S.
gp ern ent House.
Ve Atew hours after the arrival | NEW ORK, March 13
pp Mison and his wife, together | Russian Engineer, Valentin A.
up tendent Eric Glaisher.| Gubitchev (30) convicted of spy-
ed A.D.C., went aboard the! ing, and given the option of leav-

Seetnow” to greet the Royal|ing America or doing 15 years in





\ gaol, said to-day he would return
| | to Russia.
ui vessels in the harbour, In- | es
would il n March 20
Princess er pgm oo ree . a Post the: Gydnia Ameri ‘jean liner !
eft in the afternoo l wattory, he said,

fe decorated in honour of the













Judith Coplon (28) former Jus- |
; —By Cable | tice Department employee, was|
3 — jsentenced with Gubitchev to 15|
Be il N t | years for spying in or. >
1 Attlee Will Not © sentence of from 4
a mo to 7 yeal on Similar
: ® icha G hev and Miss Cop-
Pvutlaw Communists |\o.°)o¢6 both asked the court. of
7 la il and Judith Coplon |
{ i LONDON, March 13. ited bail at $40,000 later
etme Minister Clement Attlee |
: hd in Parliament to-day to Irving H. Saypol said
legislation to outlaw willingness to leave
© Stitish Communist Party. 1 permanently out of
we had been asked to do so| the t tates” could be made
Wee View of the result of the} the ba dismissing the Rus-
: trial” by Sir Waldron |sian’s : idge Ryan said he
£ ners, Conservative Member | would su the 15 year sen-
; A for his violent anti-Com-|tence only alter the appeal wa
t views. —Reuter. | w ithdrawn. n —Reuter.
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monwealth XI Leave

India By Air Today
| After “Very Happy Tour”

March is.
yesterday

BOMBAY,

Team, who

Y,
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|=

THE Commonwealth Cricket

ter on their last match of their India, Pakistan, Ceylon tour,
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| mittee

unidentified and at large—shot

; bank manager dead and escaped

with £1,000 in January, 1949.

—Reuter.



Truman Wants To
Abolish Sea Agency

WASHINGTON, March 13.

President Truman to-day sent to
Congress plans for re-organising
a large number of Federai
Agencies and abolition of the
Maritime Commission. The Com-
Department would take
over all activities of the Maritime
Comunission of five members which
has regulated American shipping
for 14 years.

The President said that the plan

was “a long step forward” to-
wards making the Department the
Government Central Agency for
land, sea, air and water transport
—Reuter
satsus |



Top Scientists |
Meet Tomorrow
IN. SECRET

OTTAWA, March 13
Latest Canadian developments
in bacterial chemical and Arctic
warfare and radar will be dis-
closed at a secret three-day meet-

ing of Canadian American and}
British scientists opening here on
Wed.wesday .

None of the information will b«
made public. Even if it were, one
official said, it would be so tech-
nical the newspapers “probably
would not print it’. The meeting
is the second Scientific Confer-
ence sponsored by the Defence

Department's three year old Re-
search Board. The first was hek
last year.



—L.ES.



No Sugar Surplus
WASHINGTON, (By Mail).
A.rough balance between world

Food and Agriculture Organis.-
tion in Washington.







Due ston. W. “Indications are that carryover |
, Whea ] oat kworth, Jock ig pilifstocks next September will be
i t Talks In Place Nr aie, oe insignificant,” says the renort.|
. | Alley, Brank Worrell and Jobl Th is no indication thai aj
lo 7 d | Hol . jeave for England tomorrow Se Stee Malt emern
i ion o-da a A
= rl
Ly by ait of the touring/@uring the current sugar year.”
LONDON, March 13: |, The, remeinder Phusitis The report adds: “The collajps¢
4 +» arch 3. t l by sea On L ay 3 . ; a
Intemational Wheat Con- | P2*ty_ ve li message tonight Jot the sugar market is less im mi
Meeting i in 8 tare nent than was believed to be the
§ ng in London to-| pyyckworth said. “If I can pos- nacciigng a Biganttoe ogy om
téd to make a ne\ sibly help by bringing another 4)
to break the deadl | side next year to aenenee
admission of Germat jia’s best, and thas prepar
; Japan. rerman India’s , oe eee : :
} India further tor ne ( (): f
/ i ent on their applicu-| visit im 1951—S2, I shall be Stalin Polls 100°
When ership was con + a lle Sry LONDON, Mch. 13
“bat count me aitizera were 10a at Stalin polled 100 per cent of th
Teache, Without agreement | PO them t ve contribution§ votes in his Moscow constituen
: n G ~ may hed? ndian cricketfin yesterday’s Soviet elections
7 nd in ff isl the made # Moscow radio said to-day. Beside
., any ; ’ dshi;
mth wou) ey } vers and public local electors, 3,000 peo ho}
| iy, vent at 4 ‘* is os “While mentioning the cricktt-}}ad come to Moscow rt dis j
cane dol} : waAImMU ' ) like to han tant parts of the country Ss
; Mar 8&0 ents ' } : ts
i ’ le middie ae 19 mar he ‘ pperter Bot '“§ voted for him |
ave to ur a i ny highest pram aed The radio said many elector
Plates ‘amount at eB a written on their ballot ere |
ay? narks as I
le
rine ‘
ting :
ile ]
SION, 34 a
3 Met Whee
: : . —Reuter
—Reuter @ On page 5.

A. Tudor,

Savage, cuts the ribbon

Churchwarden,

when

~

he opened

looks on.

Governor Opens Princess

Alice Playing Field

ABOUT 450 PEOPLE heard His Excellency
ernor say in opening the Playing Field and Pavilion

Reef Grounds yesterday evening that it
that Her Roval Highness Princess Alice should have given
her name in perpetuity to that playing field.

The name of the playing field is

Playing Field,

During the function, the Governor took an over
Goddard, Captain of the West Indies team,

Clairmonte alse took one from Everton

and Rov Marshall were the other internationals in the



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- Following Majority Vote

In Favour Of Leopold

Habakkuk
And Isaiah



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Found In Cave
IEW ! LN, CONNECTICUT,
s , z March
; . (wo Old Testament manuscriy
| discovered in a Palestine cave |
srab Bedouins have been pu

| ished in photographic form wi
‘ranseriptions
c wo
‘0 years old,
jeache of ten
jments found
in 1947,
Mr. Karl Kraeling, President c{
he American Schools of Orienta!
Research, who announced publica-
tion yesterday, said the first vol-
ume contained the commentary on
he Book of Habakuk and the old-
st known copy of the Book
Isaiah
The two manuscripts, plus others
f the original ten are now in the
United States in the possession
of Metropolitan Athaniaus Yessue,
f the Syrian Orthodox Monas- |
tery of St. Mark in Jerusalem,
The remaining six manuscripts
are at the Hebrew University ir
Jerusalem Reuter.

1anuseripts, abo
part of th«
skin doc

Dead Sea

|
! are

animal
near the

Robeson Will |

|







field. N t A
— —# Below the cricket pitch there is } O + ppear
ja tennis court and Mrs. Savage
~ wife of the Governor served the y Pe} ’
° 27° }
Will Analyse | Over Television
y The function was opened with ! NEW YORK, March 13
e an address by Mr. H. A. Tudor A scheduled appearance by the}
u lie Churchwarden o: St. Michael and | Left Wing negro singer, Paul
; Chairman of the Playing Fields | gopeson, sn Mrs. Franklin Roose- |
rene Committee. This was followed by | veit’s Television programme wa
O inion the Blessing by the Bishop. The | called off today, less than 24 hours |
Governor then spoke and declared | after it was announced
the playing field open after which; The National Hr ‘
nee ven re National Broacasting Com-
WASHINGTON, March 13. a vote of thanks was moved by ps , which wan Sail nisi carried |
A panel discussion on the] the Rector and Chairman, the Very | ;), DE g ae ., :
ss - a 71 th programme next Sunday, said |
igenda of the Inter-American] Rev. the Dean | it had received “an influx” of tek
Economic and Social Council The Police Band under Capt. j phone protests ie, on as the’
meeting will be held in Washing-|C. E. Raison was present and ren- planned wppearan ont tenes
ton on March 15 under the diree-| dered some lively airs as announced ‘
tion of four ranking Department Thanks | Messrs. Elliott Roosevelt and,

of State Officers.

Invitations already have been
sent to representatives of, private
organisations in the United States
which are interested in the sub-
jects named for discussion at the

Council’s

on March 20.

The officers

extraordinary

session

who will lead the

discussions will be selected in ac-
cordance with their outstanding
commitments and travel schedules
The discussions are to analyse ana

erystallise
United
economic
with the
hemisphere

public
States

other

opinion
requiring
and social co-operation
nations

in the
future

of the

4 Points
The extraordinary Council ses-
sion has been called for the pur-

pose of enabling the member
government: |
(1) To consider a_ technical
programme for the Inter-Am-
erican Economic and_ Social
Council;
(2) To consider possible

means of solving

the problem

resulving from the reservations

made by several member
the

ernments

to

gove-
Eeonomic

agreement of Bogota.

(3) To
American

year and
Council’s

review
tory studies made by
Economic
which may be held later
to determine
further

the prepara-
the Inter

Congress
this
the

action wit

regard thereto and

(4) To analyse the
recent

effects of
valuation.

economi:
currency de-

—Reuter



R.C. Church
Takes Fire

In London

LONDON, Mch
People knelt in the streets to|
pray as* priests helped

13

to-day to quiet a blaze in th

where

candles

were

\ Brompton Oratory, one of Lon-|
, don’s best known Roman Catho- |
lic churches, The fire was believ- |
leven were today pacKINg]sugar supply and consumption is ed to ‘lave begun ina room
what Manager |new likely, according to the U.N

stored,

{Flames soon spread through the

| organ lof’ and up to the roof.

Priests formed a bucket chain

er, nearly

| and firemen hoisted a water tow-
100 feet high,

in the

street outside when it was feared

the flames
roof.
in

just
damage.

would envelop
/The church built
Renaissance

been renovated

style, had

1894
only
war

in
after

—Reuter

the



Addressing

Tudor
I

and. Mrs.

kindly

said: -
must thank Your
Savage for
consented

the

gathering Mr

having

to be

Excellency

sO

with us

this afternoon and to declare fhis
pavilion open.

Excellency
who

man
heavy
week,

is a
has

We know that His |
busy
unusually
programme during the
but because of his keenness

n

had

extremely
an

past

in the field of sport, he has agreed
to open this building for us.
we hope that

here as

our island, we may look forward }
to great things in the line
sport.

Before I go further, may

during

your

Commander-in-Chief

of |

Sir,
term

pay a special tribute to Mr

S. H.

Perowne, who was admin-

istering the Government in ar
acting capacity during the firs(
of the erection of this

stages

building.
constant vigilance

and

It was through his
carefu

planning that we are in posses
sion of such a hall.

I will go further and s

say that it

was his wish that a sea wall should
southern side of

be built

along the
this field, a road erected, :
and lights erected thereon,

nd

seats
o that

in the evening, people could come
and enjoy the breezes from off the

Caribbean. I trust the Commit-
tee will see fit to carry out these
things which will be for the espe-
; cial benefit of the people who ar¢
|not privileged enough to have
clubs to which they can go
First

This playing field, the first of its
kind in St. Michael, and one of
the several to be established
throughout the colon is made



firemen |



possible through a fund which has

been created from a levy on the
sugar crop of the island Seven
sites in St. Michael have been
selected for playing fields, and it
s hoped that work: on the pre-
paration of these fields will be
started in the very near future.

An estimate of the cost has been
of

sent to the Government for five
even proposed playing fields,
@ On page

the

5



Pope Celebrates

11th Anniversary

VATICAN CITY, March 13

| Martin Jones, co-producers of Mrs,



| Roosevelt's weekly forum, decided
to postpone the programme in-
lefinitely, an N.B.C. spokesman
aid
j Ar. announcement at the end of
Mrs. Roosvelt’s programme yes-
terday said that Robeson would}
take part in a discussion on “the
position of the negre in American
political life.’—Reuter
|

Mormon Must Quit |
Czechoslovakia

PRAGUE, March 13





Czechoslovak authorities have
rdered the expulsion of Wallace
Toronto, head of the American
Mormon Mission, Czechostovakia

i remaining American Mission-
ry in ; yuntry

roronto id Reuter that his
Residence permit, which originally
expired on April vas revokec

Friday last when he was asker

to leave Czevhoslovakia by Satur

day of this week at the least
zechoslovak authorities in-
voked the law concerning the
safety of the State, he said
The work of the Mormon Mis-

sionaries has now been turned over
of the 250 Mormon con-
this country Reuter.

¢ ome

Tribesmen Boycott
Meeting
IN BECHUANALAND

SECOWE

13

March

Bechuanaland

Pribestr
avhottens a meeting called by the
ioner ir

High Com
Africa Sir Evelyn Baring
o explain the British Govern
nent’s decision not to allow Sei
| » his tribe

tse Khama to return t
—Reuter

‘Use Atom Bomb For
Retaliation Only:

itis!

| South

Pope Pius XII in triple | WASHINGTON, | March 13
jewelled crown and white mantle Senator Ralph Flanders (Re-
received the homage of rT vublican, Vermont) to-day urged

vind. n St. Peter’s Baillica he dispersal of atomic bomb ir
CasGinais: in St. ‘a. | ‘strategic areas” of western Eu-
today after solemn mass in honour rope. The bombs, he told the
of the 1ith anniversary of his Senaté, should be used only as
Coronation, “weapons of retaliation”

Mass was said by Cardinal) Senator Flanders said that ar-

Aloysius Masella, Senior Roman} ;angements should be made witt
Cardinal created by the present! the North Atlantic treaty powers

Pope.

Among

30,000 were Don Juan,
to the Spanish Throne,

the

wife. —Reuter.



permitting atomic bombs, planes

congregation Ol] capable of. delivering them, ane
Pretender} trained crews to be stationed ir
and his| widely dispersed and _ strategic
points,
—Reuter

MAN IN WINDSOR BUYS
HOUSE IN BARBADOS
BY PHONE

Mr. X-——





Selling houses by telephone is

oll in the day’s work for John

M. Bladon, Real Estate Agent of | chase
| Barbados whose telephone is fre) dea]
quently rung by ubscribers

Trinidac 7Tenad and

lands in the West Inai

esterda Mr a e(

bulls « vitl t Carl-
jton, St. Jame t a buyer i
Windsor, England L n

Mr

‘ int



Bladen

of Windsor telephoned
und arranged the pur-
of Carlton

clinch ad,

Bi

Bi

Sultze

Yesterday the] ered from chronic asthma and}
dropsy |
which formerly belong- A itive of Lubeck, Germany
utzo, now living Mans rote xteen novels, most
uilt a few r f the German. He was work
i his wif n n autobiography until his
la egr for Greec eatl He came the United
ner is expecit Sta 1940
d —Reater

MANN DIES OF
HEART ATTACK

CALIFORNIA, March 13.
Hinrich Ludwig Mann, 78-year-
old brother of Nobel Prize winner
Thomas Mann, died of a heart
attack here.
In recent years

, Mr. Mann suff



| present,

; quent

| housing

BRUSSELS, March 13.

ELGIUM may have a Government crisis, and new snap
.eleetions as a result of the 57 per cent. vote for the
return of its king to the throne, sources close to the Catholic

Party here forecast today.

The Catholics are the Majority

Party in the present Government in the referendum yester-

day.

2,933,382 voters asked for King Leopold’s return,

2,151,881 opposed him and 151,477 returned blank papers.

LONDON, March 13.

Britain's fortnight old Labour
Government to-night threw back
a second searching Conservative
challenge in the House of Com-
mons by 25 votes.

Voting figures were 314 to 289

The Liberals voted for the Gov -
ernment

Mr. Winston Churchill’s new at-
tack hit Labour at its sorest point

housing—but the knife-poise
Government marched confidently

| to battle in the young Parliament

after carefully closing its ranks

With all members of the House
the Government majority
is six.

As on last Thursday, when it
scraped through by 14 in the con-
dence vote on Steel Nationalisa
tion—second only to Housing as ¢
iational issue—every available So
ialist member was rallied to
vote, on which the Governmen
would have resigned, if defeated
Changed Sides
The nine Liberal members, wh«
Supported the Conservatives o1
Thursday, changed sides to-nigh
to make the vote an anti-climax
lo-day’s debate developed som«
quality towards the end with fre
exchanges between Si:
David Maxwell Fyfe for the Con-
ervatives and the turbulen
} Health Minister, Aneurin Bevan
\ for Labour—-but it never compared
with the electric atmosphere
the first historic division of

new Parliament.
Members spoke
background of
hungry Britain,
Sir David Maxwell Fyfe, sum-
ming up for the Opposition, said
many young couples got married
yn the assertions of the Minister
of Health that there would be no
problem by the next elec-

the

against the
a cramped, home-

tion
These
position
perhaps
ive eat
oom
house,

people were now in the
of husband and wife with
two children, having
and sleep in the front bed-
of their mother-in-laws

+

Cripps Not Well

senior Ministers, Foreign
Secretary Ernest Bevin, and the
*hancellor of the Exchequer, Si:

Stafford Cripps, were both present
















at |



After a special Cabinet meet-
{ing today, tne Catholic and Lib-
| eral members of the Government
announced they would meet sep-
'arately to plan the next moves
Prime Minister Gaston Eyskens
put forward his planned confer-
er.ce with King Leopold at Pregny;
| Svitzerland, deciding to leave to-
a. instead of tomorrow. Professor
| Jacques Pirine, the King's Secre-
; tary, whe was in Brussels duri
the referendum, was already on
his way. to the King this morning.

The Minister of the Interior,
Albert De Vieeschaurer, said that

y



both Houses of Parliament will
meet as soon as King Leopold's
views ‘on the ovttcome of “the
ly ferendum are known, probably
} tefore the week-end

| 3elgium Premiet Gaston Eys-
kens is flying tonight to Switzer

| land for a cbuolal conference with

the King, due to take place
morrow at Pregny. It was learned
j}today that Liberals, partners of
j the Catholics Coalitior
| Government have decided to
until Leopold’s views
| before deciding on
titude,

tra

in the
vit
are known
their ¢ n -



Racial Division
Liberal Party is
Leopold's “effacemé io
of his 19 year old son ang
Prince Baudouin

rhe result of the plebiscite
flected the racial division of
country on the nation’s 5 vear «
Royal question. The Flemish |
of the population generaliy favour
the King’s return. The Walloon
(French speaking) half of the
people are opposed to the King
In the Flemish provinces, vester-
day the King gained 72 per cent
{ the vote. In bilingual Brus
he gained 48.1¢ In the W
provinces, the King netted
M. Andre Renard, Belgian
‘alist Trade Union leader,
clared to-night that “Plans for a
; nationwide general strike are
jready, but will be set in motion
only, if Leopold attempts to re-
| turn to the throne without the
;consent of Parliament.” Another
Union official said, “Parliament,
and Parliament alone, must assess
tne value of Sunday's referendum,
which gave Leopold a majority of
57.6 percent of the valid votes—
only two and a half percent more
than the minimum which he
fixed himself Leopold declared
last year that if he failed to obtain
more than 55 per cent of the votes,
he would be ready te bdicate

—Keuter

The
| King
favour
heir,

advocating

re
the
’

els
Hoon
49¢
So-
de-

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BING CROSBY'S





though unwell during the day
Amid loud Government cheers, APPENDIX PEMOVED
Aneurin Bevan winding up the
jebate claimed that apart from SANTA MONICA iliforni
sweden, Britain’s Housing record March 13
was the best in the world Film and radio star Bing Crosby
“It also happens to be a fact] had his appendix removed her
hat Sweden has a Socialist Gov-| today. His condition reportes
rnment, and that houses in Swe-|]to be “very satisfactory” anc
len have 600 superficial square} was expected he would return to
eet and ours about 900 square*his pebble beach home late his
feet @ on page 3 veek Reuter.
a
‘ ye >
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| Wines to the United Kingdom than all
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xz Spain and Portugal.
4 THEY ARE CHEAPER too because of
t preferential duty rates.
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PAGE TWO
ESE are





the spring
styles, from the “Big

Ten” London ‘¢pliectionse,2

‘ closely guarded fasniom secrets
La untit to-day. Elaborate pre-,

iv _cautipns are always taken to
prevent fashion pirates from
copying the models.

Sih > EE cic se EE IT nie Stim Bae

a lS ei



Short evening dresses will
be summer favourites. Michael
Sherard trims this black
taffeta model, worn over a
pink-and-black net petticoat,
and matching stole with tiny











ral
iN bows.
in The draped shoulder is Dig- Embroidered linens will be ;
i! by Morton’s new sleeve A 1920 suit, adapted to 1950 an important summer fashion. Fred Says Cheerio
, feature. Silk afternoon dress by Charles Creed, has a This two-piece by Mattli is in — ‘ ‘oat se
iy in red and black checks, and straight boxy jacket and slim, beige linen with black aes = bh tna . ae
i hat showing the “visor’’veil. short skirt in Bedford cord. “wheatear” embroidery. Cart- © ,VeTY Successfully ab tne |
wheel hat in beige straw and cent race meeting, returned noms j
black linet on Sunday via Trinidad and New |

York. From New York, Fred will;



England but he}

























































id

BARBADOS





benefit from this well-known medicine.

ADVOCATE





Casual top coat from Worth
is primrose-yellow heavy
linen over a cinnamon linen
suit. Coat has dropped waist-
line and pockets and stand-up
frame collar.

CROSSWORD |

ofa. bodeek-1- kod










London’ s Fashion Big Ten Reveal Their 1950 Easter Parade Secrets





i ° ®
2 take a ship for
eo Intransit : expects to miss the first part of |
MONG the passengers arriv- 1e Pony Turf Club season which}
ing here yesterday morning begins this month. |
° on the “Fort Amherst” intrans Mrs. Payne and their three}
; from New York on the 19-day children are still in the island]
‘eee elas " cruise were Mr. Robert H. and will be leaving by the s.s. |
I EXCELLE NCY the Gov- Returning Next Year Schutz, an Architect from Con- “Gascogne” some time next week. |
ry oe Ww. ot wage L* \VING very regretfully yes nt aoe Mr. oe Maes Crar The entire ae. have — her¢ ortiis
stiended by Mr Lambert ada yok ; ’ in Executive o he Connectict ast November anc ent ar
. a i a terday on their return trip to A ae : | .. Sort of security trustees are
vate Secretary, attended merida were Mr. and Mrs. R.c. General Life Insurance Compan ble winter in the West In- | often tied down to. (4, 5)
ypening of Princes: ay vi. who liven Amsterdan ind Miss Ann Marie Stevens jies. Fred has asked me to say ¥. On and on 1 go in the middle.
Field and Co at wat.) Aes fat the Sudbury, Ontario who is taking cheerio. to all his friends whom | (5) Such is renown. (4)
Reef Grounds y¢ evenil rine Hotel ‘th y been 8& ral course at Toronto Uni- did not have the opportunity} | nae “Ee ae eens “ahs
rere for nine weeks like Versity. She is travelling with of seeing due to his hasty depar-| jz. Times from Vere’s diary. ¢&)
present were S 4 Lac ‘ : : y ae y ther “c ” ne Saou tay < | > .
Bs ig oe a Aer a Barbados sere iuch we're Mer mother Mrs. Florence S ture after the races, 18. Such @ person borrows fpecly
Ha: ble the Lord 1 n oming back next yeat iad Vy al vens_ who was not feeling well sive. wae
D. G. Leacock, Jnr G. Leacock. teauvalling am the “Fort Arhorets enough to come ashore yesterday After the Races _ Sive in opinion, (8)
ae. Mar. 7. Bt : travelling on the “Fort Amherst ie vues . sae | 46. Be careful, this is your dowmall
; Mrs. Bethell. Mr. F raMcCP F x They were all making theil R. O. P. BENNETT, well (4) 16, Double existence ? (4)
4 nd Mra. .Goddard, Mr Che 5 For Discussions first : p to Barbados and spent known West Indian turfite,! '%. You eg! slake your thirst srom. |
ia The Very Rev. the Dean and Mrs. Hut oa 7 * - a lovely day on the island. ‘ t} ci St: * ¢ vhem.
; Rev Dean an bs : ING/COMDR. R. FROST ) ; nd the Official Starter at they
nson, Mr. B. A. Weatherhead, M z . ‘ ’ : . a 19. Overhead in shattered butidings.,
ie. 1. A. Tudor, Mr. and Mrs. J. K Wise r Meteriological Off Took the Opportunity Races, returned to Trinidad bi‘ (3) 20. Dry sort of raid. (4)
i een, C;,C. Brows cer at Piarco Airport, Trinidad, M* K. G. GRANVILLE, who B.W.IA. on Sunday. 2 eg. Benger ge a (4)
i Mattles c vas in Barbados yesterday for < ig General Manager of RS. Leo Williams, wife of Mr.| 4) ea
{ and Mrs. ‘ a liscussions with Wing Com- Sales & Traffic Department Williams, race horse trainer, | 2+ The reverse of being fed tm the;
Mets Adams, Dr Dr. si nander L. A. Egglesfield in con- B.O.A.C. London, arrived returried to Treadad wamtaiiey ; morning. (5)
th Rabert es Betty nection with the I.C.A.O. Con- B.W.I.A. yesterday and re- afternoon by B.W.1LA. after at- 2. Toe hepa bromised a fimd{
Hi MA. ugh ference which is to be held in turned by the same ’plane via 4,,,,4;, ‘ on a a ik |e 5
| C M.G. and Mrs. Carst pril Faia tending the Races. Mr. Williams] 26. be a Browate wilt @o when
i} Ghenery, Mr. a eH. AT Havana in Apri srenada . will be remaining for a couple Sroys UD.
tha Maior and Mra. M. L. D. Ske He returned yesterday after With Mr. J. W. Booth, he ha Daher e g fo ple o nto
ri Thorne. Mise hifie Al me M - : noon by B.W.1LA. been on a visit to Trinidad, an ts LA Sv me gas this is mo nursery
s i leyne Mr. and r ae wre wae zs me ees zalac ay °
39, Tudor, Jnr, § Grenada Holiday = serene ‘eoherwaie a ys a R. A. Gonzales (Jodkey) left} » gount a ite % impregnate. (9)
inaes iwiel and Sh« T . me iii 10k 1e ¥ x »om J - T’dad vesterday eveni , 7 > °
fd Mee F. A. © Clairmonte, Mr. and R. G. C, LYLE, who has been 4, Barbados » ? Prat. ee oo ie _ 3. You'll find this t* topping, (8)
‘ rt. : ; : Ss. ; A. after tz g pa i 2 sym!
Hy DAM. Havre Mr. FE Mites H Mayne et the Ocean View Mr. J. Percy Taylor, Branch BTC Gocing “a, rn ay 3 iat rigs
MCP. and Mrs. Miller, Dr. H. G. Cur oe x gy July, 1949, left yes- Manager of B.W.I.A. was at Sea- They were all guests at the| 8 This & qverdeocrema. (6)
ruins, M.C > a Mrs cummins & ise gpm DY B.W.1.A. for a holiday wel) to meet him. Sea View Guest House 7. The Gate 2 e8
‘ poe, Z in Grenada * : wasted.
mid Mrs. Walcott, Mr, M. E. Cox. M.C.P Ceased Sen ed sides
ar o , Alider MC > oi R.G Miss D. Woodhams who is also Welfare Officer for Hone mooners " ently. (3) eager
Mann MGCP. Me CA. Coppin. Mr. a guest at the Ocean View wa Dominica y 10. nate, chile worshipped by
W Reere > W. Wick itt néatntie Sin” Piaiind 7 z 3 savages. )
mi MOON. GD Miee'f “Han, @nother passenger for Grenada R. L. A. ROBERTS, Social ]Yf* & MRS. HUGO A. JORDA| 4, euliar endang. (4)
fr and Mra CD. CuMme M W here she will be spending We Main Cebit Tine ithe are here on their honey-| 18 Part of youun where you go to
dunes Bits iM EC. Red M holide * moon. They arrived yesterday by ,
ha Steemeel Ble is no in Barbados for two ,wwr ? 2 ay by] 99 Pseneh pai in famiiies, 9
” tard. Mr y ?. SG In An Advisory Capacity wee sks “hol day He arrived on ey — i Tome, Vene-
Mr. FD. Wee = MRE po ONEL H. V. G. BLOOD- Thursday morning by the “Lady “ye. OTe ae 1, “Rosemary: "sO Lewy: ae Gaim a,
H Co ‘ ; . WORTH, C.B.E.. wi je Nelson” and is staying at ‘the hey are here for one week) Venerates; 13, Rust; 15, Kilt; 16, Lapel:
— wt ; a 19 uttinenn : and are staying at the Ocean} 18, 19, Ell; 20, Dean: 21, Learnt,
undertakin n an advisory ca- Hastings Hotel “a i Sandbag: 24. Moderated. Down: 1.
t hle ® W » Oo * eos View Hotel. In Venezuela, Mr.} Bivuless; 2, Overalls; 3, Son: 4, Bre; 5.
ADY COLLYMORE : +2 OS ence we Wireless (W.I.) n Business Visit Jorda is with the Mene Grande} Myrtle: 6, Aga Khan; 7, Ration: 8, Zick
Ls ore, Ct Y Yacitigh Gutere. es. wal R. A. P, De FREITAS, Trav- Oil Co. oe
3 ; = Baa. Seca ana We as . ee elling Agent of British Gui-| ae
ted ; Ww LA. afte all : aa : ith anc itish G ard ana, returned home on Sunda; |
ah ; Trini ae 2S My a> ade sritish hl afternoon by B.W.LA. oer ‘|
AJ ahem take ¢ " ingennaee Trit ote B W — ; business visit to the Island |
; tsh told a gue the Ha ne oe He He 1S 8 was staying at Sea View tiled |
House
BY THE WAY |
4 ~ eo By Beachcomber |
FAO! r }
DE tis th hh : Rieke co ee ke rough the bars. The local fire:
, bs : ha ‘ lict » Which is the little bear brigade arrived, and removed
7 v he ia Duet bar, and the horse was taken away
Re ) i , f r HERE i ften a good deal by a farmer. The hay was then,
; riticism of Covent Gard f¢ lit, in order to create the warm ai
, producing ope: I hich me Which would enable the machine |
ti parts are sung in one language ar to vise, balloon-like, from tnw} S ,
star . ’ u , \ | iilor s th
transferrs the baby § me in another But at the Se: al ground Seeing so much smokc | R mae * Gud, pei boxy sae re ae oe Beg, se ee
be health is being » two years ago, they had an Eskimo and flame, the fire brigade re from under his jersey Rover po we =e — pe in) *, in)
cl hed. It ld be a Mme. Butterfly and a Welsh- turned and had the outbreak under | duces the black wallet and places = ee “ dl an I -
Iv ke t ttribut t te ; peaking Pinkerton, And when contrel before Strabismus could | tt in Sam's hands. Ar the feel of . . ‘oun Be _ So th . ~—
. Y ‘e k of elit ey sang together uk puk awok- stop them, The hay was so} t Sam gives a gasp and strikes a Sam's ankle S not quite better te
ort ho, } a pok ¢ nfeirdd dyvaliad rheol “horoughly soaked that it would | match. | “Why, it ts the very he leans on Rupert’s shoulder until
gweledigaeter u drychpwll, the rest not light a second time, the air| Wallet '™ he cries, “And there's they can see the dark outline of
he cast fell to the floor, writing remained cold, and the rocket dic | the secret inside it, sate and sound. the horse, still tethered,
at th laughter. Curtain not budge. The fire brigade were} _ 4LL RIGHTS RESERVED
en cheer fire Trail non-Fight summoned again to remove a boy
- : ' ‘Te Strabismus rocket was to head from between the bars, and’
e apt t have had a trial flight to-day, the attempt was abandoned for the |
: pape 4 ze t it But as Strabismus struck a match “#8:
my} be long before a sec nd picture ) light the hay in the iron basket T-Time. .
9 gummed to the wall above the beneath the steel envelope, he There is rouble ahead in | Cleanse the system from blood A
. Heo: Though the bear ca. noticed that a horse had struck its international affairs. imnurities : My
} pot ft Ke tne piace of the panda head through the bars of the (Morning paper.) | pur tles ; many sufferers froin 4
+ a's tad a 1e througn basket, and was munching happily AS the new proverb says, | rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, ,
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“Then, when you've had enough of housewives



14,

1950



WEBB WELCOMED
AS FOOD CHIEF

By ALAN
Canadian Pres

HARVEY
s Staff Writer

LONDON, (By Mail)

MAURICE WEBB is one man who will have a chance
topractise in office what he preached in private.

As a lowly back-bencher, Webb pleaded with the
Labour party to cut the cost of living especially on food.









































long been his pet project.

Country man said on taking

| fill it successfully.”

In the Government reshuffle
filowing the Feb. 23 general
idection, Webb took over from
Jon Strachey. Among the new
ointments, none was welcomed
more warmly than tle change at
ie food ministry. Labour Con-
levative and Independent news-
apes joined in wishing Wenb
| well

There was general agreement
fat the former chairman of the
| mentary Labour Party,
@ breathe a new and more
B spirit into the tricky,
ft job of negotiating food
Fuppliés for Britain’s 50,000,000,
Webb, 45, is short and cheerful,



mh around, boyish face. He is
mal and easy to meet, His
cessor, witty and sophisti-

among friends, had a stiff,
t ethereally aloof manner
lic.

Wachey, now Secretary for
Mm, is believed to be regarded
ih government circles as a
t planner; lacking the
mmmy, avuncular approach of
Vi0 food ministers. Lord
won, wartime food boss, was
known as “Uncle Fred.”
begign manner made short-



&town up.




Today, as Britain’s new food minister, he brings the influ-
ence and authority of cabinet status to bear on what has

“It’s a very responsible job,” the stocky, friendly North

office. “I will do my best to

ages easier to bear.

Webb may restore the per-
sonal touch. Friends expect him
to deliver broadcast “fireside
chats” to housewives. A hint of
what may come cropped up in
his first speech, when he said: “I
will try not to use the word ‘cal-
ories’ at any time, but just talk
about food.”

Part of Webb's popularity
arises from his cheerful contempt
for a personal handicap. Six
years ago, playing with children
at gq Christmas party, he injured
a knee. Two years later his right
leg was amputated above the
knee.

Webb carried on in polities
despite the loss. He continued
his activities as newspaper man
and radio commentator. He even
plays an occasiona’ round of golf
with his only son, 15-year-old
Barry.

The “Star,” a Liberal newspaper,
called Webb's appointment a
“story of remarkable courage
and perseverance.”

“Some of it will never be told,”
it added, “for he makes light of
the physical suffering which....
threatened to upset a promising
career.” —(CP)

CUBE, the anti-nationalisation pet of the sugar industry,
He has been given an electrenic brain which
him to move his eyes and hands, sing and make a speech.

Mere he is at a demonstration in London with his inventor, Mr.














aries Garner.—(L.E.S.)

| F ends



. u i
_ Gain

LONDON, March 13
trend was shown by

A fir



on the London
Exchange today. Small
Were fairly widespread in

ment funds and in-
Sroups.
meliess the market lacked
oc driving force for which
i >.,o! the end of the account
nas’ TeSponsible—a last day
ie iN the current period
“Tow, Tuesday
we a handful of features
: tt An quiet markets was a
and ” ana six pence to three
Cott, "IX by the English Sew-
on Ordinsry. Favourable

z Syest, Press comment brought
ments ¢,





: for this issue, Cable

Wireless oy3, aa ae
Va

) ea ee s if

rut ing made te

kK TK ‘wreated une

rubber share Prices

Pence lower where
—Reuter



; Early ~“jmprovements in oils
were not held. Small selling

erased fractional gains and the
market closed easier on balance.

Fractional movements in foreign
bonds showed Japanese better but
most Europeans lower.

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Deliveries
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To Britain
WASHINGTON, (By Mail)

Britain’s dollar shortage could
be halved if E.C.A. oil deliveries
to Britain were ended and oil
production in the British West
Indies and the Middle East were
increased, believes Senator Lodge
of the U.S. Senate Foreign Rela-
lations Committee.

Apparently, he said, U.S. tax-
payers are paying a big subsidy
to the U.S. petroleum industry
through the Marshall Plan. He
suggested that Britain might send
its own petroleum to the United
States.

Mr. Paul Hoffman, head of the
E.C.A., told the Committee that
nothing would please him better
than to find a U.S. demand for
British oil which Britain was able
to fill. But he doubted whether
such a situation could exist in the
foreseeable future.

Expansion of British oil produc-
tion in the Caribbean and the
Middle East to cover all British
needs would mean expenditure
about 75 cents for «very dollar
saved, said Mr. Hoffman.

Only the United States, he
added, could supply a refiner
equipment and pipelines which
Britain would need to incresse hex
output.—B U P

Beer v. Milk i

CARLISLE, Englan:,
(By Mail).
Capt. E. H. Elewellyn told fel-



low members of the country
counci] that too much milk is be-
ing drunk. In his day “we were
given beer for dinner at schooi;
never milk.” Elewellyn added:
“I don’t remember very much
tuberculosis when beer was
drunk for breakfast.” —(CP)





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Strike Ends

PARIS, March 11

The Paris bus and under ground
strike ended to-day after five days
of indifferent success.

A spokesman of the
Transport Organisation
the workers are
the service will not be
mal until later to-day
Communist Unions
port the strike and the members
of the C.G.T (Communist-le
Confederation) have been told b
their Union to retu

The non-Comm st Unions hac
accepted the management's five
percent wage increase offer and as
the C.G.T. had s members
to returr t must t

Municipal
said “all
returning though
back to nor-
The nc

not

did sup-







ns the spokesmz
Paris strikes
ana teel

ntensity



Other
electricit
tirminishir
ind power workers

the Governn

s normal and gas nearly normal

Guards Injured

The strike situation worsened
the provinces notably at
Marseilles and Bordeaux, the
C.G.T, called out dock workers
lemonstration against rms ship
ments for Indo-China. Commun-
sts tried to enthusiasm
against

hipments to
United States

Late last ht ten security
guards and a larger umber of
trikers were injured in a clash at
the Rombas steel works in the
Moselle Department. A National
Conciliation Commission entered
the fourth day of discussion to
settle the nation wide steel and
motor works strike.—Reuter.

Poland Rejects
Anglo-U.S. Protest

WARSAW, Mareh 11

Rejecting British and Americ
protests as groundless, Poland |:
night declared she would centir
repatriating Germans

In identical notes
British and American
here, the Polish Foreign
stated the repatriation is | i
a Polish agreement with the East
German Republic

Further disposition of trans}
of repatriates after they are e1
trusted to the Ea
authorities is not the responsit
of Poland, the notes said

British authorities in West Ge
many closed the frontier 1 March
3 following the arrival of the fi1
transport of German repat
from Poland

They alle
oning negotiations n Warsaw,
intended to repatriate 80,06
Germans instead of the 000
ed, to which the Allied High Con
mission had agreed.—Reuter.

as,

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IsitioneE
electricit



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impending arn
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Czech Journalists
Collect Visas

PRAGUE, March
Czech journalist
troubles thre
vent the Czech ice hockey
from competing in the cham
pionships opening in London 1
night collected thei:
the British Embass;) ods
The Czechoslovak Governms
lecided to-day not to al
the ‘Czech ice hockey team t
leave for London to take part
the international championship

Reuter,

Two

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Nationalisat
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di a r +\
e })
Stee! House )
i of having ali the ' ;
nted, Britain wr Vv
1y.it from the United Siat
steel was needed for a new type
steel house, but it was
there, he exclaimed. Condemnin
the Conservative demand
nere houses as immor: Mr
Bevan said the Housing Pr
gramme had to be decided
country’s total national resour | ‘
If more houses were built, ici
would be less of something el
Tonight's total lobby was mrt
han 600 votes like Thursday
Two toval lobbies of this size with-
1 ive Gays of each oth TT re \
uralleled generations th
House One Labour

f Commons





ember came the House fr
hospital bed, bringing loc-
na nurse, ana immed ate]
spital afver the vote
slior Sir Staf
o4 :
y Afte id
rsing influ enz he
vily Med
A DC s slender OV
ity of six faces ni
x vole tomorrow in a Conser\y
ve challenge on £148,000,0)0 )
ipplementary estimates 94)-

)-—Reuter
2,000,000 CATHOLICS /
IN BRITISH W. AFRICA

VATICAN CITY, March 1:
British West Africa today )
nore ha 2,000 000 t

f protestants, the Catholi

Bulletin Fides

today. Catholics Ugai

sionary

Kenya nd Taganyik: u )
eased 370 l the
past 70 years, the illet t \
The tribesmer forme (
sritish Administrati { \
vould pay no further. taxe
t Seretse’s authority \
Baring told reporters that

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ed to be with his
their child is born
consideration of the law ané
order dictates otherwise.
When an official arrived

Kec roun thi !

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certain State hey 1 st l 1 SE ile I ( Dp i}}
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to others only if the I {

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out in the passage n ope io
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Landlords not let them flat Col 1 f(
Ses ] he outl ‘ . i\\
tim a ms The rule said— | ))
they must be cz oO « : Se j (
white ma \ ey ; | \

e so addressed tl elve ,

But next ic bi
attempt is being launched in U Rot} : :
American courts to put an en a ate nn wee on
Jim Crow’’—curious bec ( a 7 th treet if
eveals within the Government park I lon t ‘

r ral ‘ 1 ked White Onl Col ‘
exact parallel fo mi ony» Only When a negro citizen ?
plit running through Ameri f
annot be burie
a etery ree
‘Separate but equal’ Phe Attorney-Genera (
pped ( it est 1s

One hal { the U.S. Govern- adi parade f such

nt are trying for a Supreme untains that Southert
Court ruling that separate but way compar ad no igt
equal” treatment for negroes orce a negro passenger t
not the same thing as full and certain part of the dine
equal rights ; He hs ntervened also

The other half will be throw! eo egro seekin
nto the seale in an attempt ance to the l versity { Ob
prove that it i homa on a non-segregavea basi

Involved in the outcome are In a third case, a negro im (

ains and theatres, hotels, restau- Texas is seeking enrolment in the \
ants, clubs and house The de- University law school instead of
ision will affect the whole way being obliged to register al ¢
yf life of all Americans hite arate lav chool se ip for

lack, if should overturn the students.—L.E.S.

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1.000 Ladies Woollen Sweaters

Rae
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Maize, Blue

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Ladies Hlouses

3OO Bleowmsesens |

| Values

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Bass

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Slips

re

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cular $432 weduced to $2.50

Hindbass

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Slacks

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Damask Serviettes

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Ladies Handkerchiefs

Floral

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for SL.00

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Boys Belts

l'ransparent Plastic

Pearl Earrings

cents each

Special»Sale Price

Many more Items. at Sale Prices that ~

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Bathing

Bathing

reduced to 60

hech

reduced from $4.50 to$2.40

Suits

reduced te $2.00

Gaps

cents

Hlankets

$4.32

ingle Bed Size
Viaterial

mal Bargain

$3.60

reduced to

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Regular $4.66

$ 3.00

reduced to

nd 16 Regular $3.60
reduced to $180

=| Pantry Tewels
om oo + .
mi Linen Finish

i fer $1.00

: Paper Serviettes
at White only
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’ Ladies Cotton Vests
Assorted Sizes—

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Ladies Belts.
Assorted Colours

21 cents each
Girls Belts
4 Plastic—Special for
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PAGE FOUR



Tuesday,

: = Our Museum

“THE HISTORY of the Barbados Museum
ig one long story of perseverance on the
partiof a few who followed in the footsteps
of the late Rev. N. B. Watson whose col-
lection of butterflies and sea shells became
the nucleus. To-day that perseverance has
been rewarded and Barbados can be proud
of an institution which not only provides
an evident instance of culture but also

March 14, 1950



To-day for the first time since he kindly
consented to become Patron, His Excellen-
ey. the Governor will visit the Museum and
in addition to other things will be able to
see articles and documents which afford
a glimpse into the history of Barbados dur-
ing the last three centuries.

But if the collection of the varied items
which go to make up the Museum has
taken long, their display, the only means
by which they could bring the maximum
benefit to those who visit the institution,
has been a labour of love on the part of
former Curators and the present Director.

Each item calls for particular setting and
adequate display in order that it may be
seen to the best advantage and their pre-
paration and mounting call for specialised
knowledge,

Artistry and technical knowledge apart,
the educational benefit of the museum can
only be properly gained when the items on
display tell their story and convey to the
visitor some knowledge of the times and
the conditions under which it existed or
was Made or grew.

Now that the Barbados Museum has
reached what must be considered a high
standard after years of hard work and un-
remitting care by the small band of people
who foresaw its benefit to the community,
it is now the duty of those who have not
been able to give of any specialised know-
ledge, to support the institution by their
visits and by becoming members of the
Barbados Museum and Historical Society.

The Museum it might well be empha-
sised, is not a showpiece created merely
for the purpose of an occasional exhibition,
it is an educational institution from which
thousands of the pupils of our schools
have almost daily received benefits.

The foundation has been well and truly
laid and it is up to us to make the fullest
use of our Museum.



Smoother Traffic

NEW traffic regulations have been re-
cently introduced in Trafalgar Square and
Broad Street. They have contributed im-
mensely to the comfort with which pedes-
trians and motorists and other traffic move
about the City. There is however one
regrettable feature and that is that motor-
ists are inclined to run down on groups of
people crossing at the particular points. At
feast this is the complaint of several pedes-
trians,

It might be well for motorists to consider
that the jay-walking of pedestrians is as
much ground for anxiety to them as an-
other circumstance and it would be a wise
precauticn for them to encourage pedestri-
ans to cross at stipulated points rather than
resort to the haphazard methods of the past.

The Police too might again endeavour to
extend their good work of educating both
sections as to the proper use of the cross
signs. It is not reasonable to expect a mo-
torist to stop on every occasion that a pedes-
trian desires to cross the street. The time
to cross is when a few people are ready to
cross over. A little consideration for others
can do much to remove this ground of com-
plaint and in the meantime the Police by
printed notices or published advertisement
can do much to help. In any case the essen-
tial ingredient is the continued co-operation
of the general public.

OUR READERS SAY:



Why Not A Union Between Canada and the West Indies?

To The Editor. The Advocate, jyimpossible. |

SIR,—On the eve of our de-
parture after four months holiday
on your island, I would like,
through your very fine und inter-

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Bernard Wieksteed /n DARKEST AFRICA

Faney An Ant Thinking

NAIROBI.

Following my elusive interview
with an African elephan! I have
now obtained another scoop by
interviewing an ant—a white ant.

As you probably know, Africa
is a white ant’s country. They’ve
colonised it from end to end and
carried the white ant’s burden for
several million years.

Other races of ants are settled
heré, too,. of course. There ‘are
black ants, brown ants, red ants,
and yellow ants, but the whites
are the herrenvolk.

So with all this talk going on
about human colour problems and
race difficulties I thought I’d get
hold of a white ant and ask him
how they run their affairs. You
never know, UNO or the Colonial
Office might learn someth'ng.

White ants are difficult to in-
terview because they hate tbe
limelight.

There’s also the language diffi-
culty, but I got over that by re-
cruiting Dr. L. S. B. Leakey.
curator of the Coryndon Museum.
Nairobi, as my interpreter.

Nest Makers

They are very class-conscious,
white ants. They have kings,
queens, and courtiers; an air force
for taking over new territory; an
army with officers, N.C.O.s, and
privates; and three grades of civil
servants.

They live in a variety of nests,
but the most striking are those
of a race called Termes badius.
They are shaped like Gothic
castles with hollowed towers and
turrets 6ft. and 10ft. high.

We dug ont our white ant from
beneath one of these, and as he
belonged to the upper civil service
caste he was well qualified to
act as a public relations officer,
Here’s his story.

During the rainy season there’s

great activity in a white ant’s
nest, and out of it emerge hun-
dreds of ants who have been
specially trained to fly.

Half of them are males (or

and the other half
females (or Wrafs). Most of them
get eaten by birds or otherwise
pranged, but a few survive, and
they go off on leave together and
get married

We'll follow the
one such pair. The girl, the Wraf
says to the fellow: “Look, now
that we’re properly married, let's

R.A.F. types)

adventures of



Political Newsfront:

I HAVE had many a crack at
Mr. Herbert Morrison, and have
no reason to complain that he
took this week a crack at me. If
I discuss it here it is because ‘t
raises an issue of the first import-
ance to the Socialist Party
to the country

Speaking at

and

the

Clapham

| Jubilee celebration of the Socialist

Party, Mr. Morrison said

“And then there was W. J
Brown, of Rugby. Certainly he
had given the Tories such assist-

ance as he could by his articles
and some of his speeches, but
these ungrateful people, despite
the appeals of the Beaverbrook

Press, put up a candidate against

him, and Labour defeated him.”
On this basis he classified me

with the “converts and stooges”

| of the Tory Party, and since I am

not a convert it follows, I fear,
that I must be a stooge,
In the same speech he called on

the Liberals to say whether they

were a Party of Progress or of
Reaction, of the Left or of the
Right — the clear implication
being that they must be one or



the other.

: >

Speak For Myself

Now I cannot speak for the
Liberal Party, but I can speak
for myself. It is certainly true
that I have criticised the Labour
Government. F have increasingly
opposed its programme. That, it
may be, has been helpful to the
Tories. But if an Independent !s
never to criticise a Government
for fear that it may help the Gov-
ernment’s opponents, then he
would be doomed to silence.

That would please Mr. Morri
son, but not me. I should die of
ingrowing articles. f

Had there been a Tory Govern
ment in power these last five years
I have no doubt that I should have
criticised that, and then the Tories
would have accused me of helping
the Socialists.

I happen to think that the only
way to keep Ministers humble,
and to make democracy work, is
to elect a Government with
enthusiasm and then attack it with

am
tpossible solution of this problem,
that we may be able to resume
ppy trading reiationship as en-
joyed in the past

also an
of Cana

looking for a as will

number

Bridgetown,
Neva Scotia.

” Canada can. better than any wos
esting paper, “The Advocate” to Pe ; : . lligh Tyme
P eas iq Other country supply this island J
express the pleasure Mrs. Hicks with all your requirements in

and I have experienced in your

fiour, lumber, meats and poultry,

HENRY B. HICKS,

To The Editor, The Advocate,

Of That!

business, and we’ve got the next
generation to think of.”

“Wizard,” says the R.A.F. type
with a glint in his eye. “Let’s sett:2
down and have millions of little
ants.”

So they land somewhere ang
dig themselves in. Their wings,
which are no use underground,
break off at the shoulder along a
convenient fracture-line.

There’s nothing to eat in their
first little white ants’ love nest,
but, as so often happens with
newly married couples, they are
so engrossed in each other they
hardly notice.

In the human world there’s a
saying that you can’t live on love.

The white ants have solved this
problem. They live on their own
fat till their first children are old
enough to support them.

Dynasty Makers

After this initial success they
rcaily get down to the business of
founding a dynasty, and their pro-
duction figures increase till they're
turning out 4,000 ants’ eggs a day.

Naturally the little girl from the
W.R.A.F., now a queen in her
own right, can’t do this and keep
her figure.

At tirst both of them are not
much bigger than grains of wheat
The little king stays the same size
all his life and never gets the
middle-aged spread, but his queen,
in her prime, grows as big as a
stick of shaving soap.

Can you imagine it? There’s the
king asleep, dreaming of the sylph
he flew off with in those carefree
flying days, and then he wakes up
and looks at her now. It’s like
being married to the Albert Hall.

The queen lives for about nine
years, and when she dies her place
is taken by one of the royal con-
cubines. The concubines look after
their figures better than the queen,
and they don’t have so many
children, but they usually produce
enough to keep the colony going

What do white ants live on?
Their favourite food is mushroom
soup.

The wood and paper they chew
up in people’s houses is not their
true diet. They simply pulp it
and use it as compost in their
mushroom beds.

Garden Makers

First of all they hollow out a

give up flying. It’s a dangerous cellar and dump the soil above4mushroom manure.—L.E.S.

ferocity! So I am bound to be un-
popular with the Government,
whatever its political complexion,
and to be accused of helping its
opponents.

And it is evident from the fact
that the Tories opposed me in
Rugby that, though Mr. Morrison
may take me to be a Tory stooge,
the Tories did no such thing.
Nor does Mr. Morrison, really.

As for the “ingratitude” of the
Rugby Tories, I make and have
made no complaint. I think they
were stupid, but that is another
matter. Mr. Morrison should be
grateful to them—for they pre-
sented him with one-seventh of
his majority in the present House.

Understandable

That Mr. Morrison should be
very troubled about the Liberals
is understandable. For there is
only a limited number of ways of
solving political deadlock at the
centre

The first is Coalition, which
neither the Tories nor the Social-
ists want, or at kéast both say this.
The second is to get a higher poll
at the next election. I doubt very
much if that can be done.

The third way is to enlarge the
electorate. That has been done
before. But it cannot be done

Hy wu. Brown
Morrison Must Choose:
Defeat Or Disintegration

BARBADOS

the ground like moles and miners
Then they chew up a newspaper
or the leg of a chair, deposit the
pulp in the cellar, and plant it
with mushroom spores.

This may sound simple, but it
is really one of the most intricate
bits of gardening in nature. The
type of fungus or mushroom which
they grow cannot survive in the
wild. It'll live only when tended
-by termites.

It’s a happy situation all round
because, just as the mushrooms
can’t live without the ants, the
ants can’t raise their young with-
out the mushrooms.

If you’re a gardener you know
that you can’t grow mushrooms
without air. So the ants have an
elaborate system of underground
ventilation, The soil that is
removed from the cellars is taken
above the ground and built into
air chutes, which give the nests
their turreted appearance.

From these main chutes there
are lots of little shafts going to
the different cellars, and they’re
deliberately kept small so that the
beds won’t be subjected to sudden
changes of temperature or humid
ity in the outside air.

Soup Makers

So here we are with the queer
in her parlour putting on weight,
the mushrooms in the cellar:
coming on nicely; the regula:
army keeping foraging insects ai
bay, and the three grades of thc
civil service working together i)
harmony.

Everything in the garden is
lovely except for one thing, Baby
white ants can’t eat their mush
rooms raw.

So the community invites alon:
a little beetle who eats the fungu:
and repays his hosts by exud n,
from his feelers a form of pro
cessed mushroom soup that is jus
the thing for infants.

The youngsters lap it up an.
it’s probably during this stage o.
their lives that they acquire ther
taste for good furniture, becaus
the beetle’s feelers on which the,
feed are just the same shape as
the legs of a Chippendale chair.

I promised to send the white
ant a copy of this article when it
appears. He doesn’t want it t
read but he thinks that if proper};
chewed it will make beautifu



be solved. Vice versa, if the Torie
could win them, they would be
home.

So Mr. Morrison seeks to im-
pale the Liberals on the horns o:
a dilemma, to confront them with
the choice between the “fell and
incens’d points of mighty oppo-
sites.”

The Liberals are a Party of
Reform but not of Revolution.
The common ground between them
and the Socialists, and the com-
mon ground between the Social-
ists and me is largely disposed of,
and on the rest of the Socialist
programme there can be no com
mon ground between the Social-
ists on the one side and the
Liberals—(or me)—on the other.

For they, and I, know what the
rest of the Programme is. It is
the Collectivist, Socialist State.

The Liberals and 1 voted foi
the Social Reform measures in
the last Parliament. They and |
voted for some of the nationalisa
tion measures. But there is all the
difference in the world between
voting for a limited number o!
nationalisation measures and vot-
ing for the “socialisation of all thx
means of production, distribution
and exchange.”

He Is No Stooge

now, unless we lower the voting

age below 21, and enfranchise the

adolescent.

So the crucial thing is those
two-and-half millions who voted
Liberal last time. If Mr. Morrison
could win them, his problem woul,

?



What’s on Today

Court of Grand Sessions at
10.00 a.m. ¥
Meeting, House of Assembly
| at 12.00 noon.
Meeting, Legislative Coun-
cil at 2.00 p.m.

Mobile Cinema, Wiltshire
Playfield, St. Philip at
7.30 p.m.



ever
dian

increasing
visiters.

here.

“High Aim

of Barbados a musical review, the
like of which cun be seen in any
city of the work), but very rarely

(Mrs.) BEN MOORE,

Racing
To The Editor, The Advocate,

_The latter means the collec-
tivist state, in which all power,
economic as well as political, i:
centred in the State. And thi:
means the end of democracy anc
the coming of totalitarianism.

It is the parting of the ways for
Mr. Morrison, too, and for hi
party. Mr. Morrison knows thai
the country does not want to g
further along the road of nation
alisation to Socialism. But a larg:
proportion of his party does.

Mr. Morrison must choos
between a policy which no non
Socialist (Tory, Liberal, 01
Independent) will have, and or
which the Socialists will infallibly
be beaten next time, and breakin;
his party in two by dropping it

I do not envy him his choice
But whatever it is, I won't call
him a stooge.—L.E.S.

Sey

electric petition,

Promoter. (1)

tion is an

ADVOCATE

made which, if not carefully ex-
amined might tend to cloud the
real issue in connection with the

_ It was stated that a lady
prominent in promoting the peti-

entirely irrelevant.

TUESDAY, MARCH l
————— 4, Wa



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| Unification OF Public |
Service Report

THE REPORT of tire Commission on the

Unification of the Public Services in the
British Caribbean Area continues to-day as
follows :—

The conclusion which we have reached is that the
division of the existing service into distinct admin-
istrative and clerical classes and the allocation of
posts to the former class can be achieved only by a
complete re-examination on a colony basis of exist-
ing arrangements and the elimination of those
which are incompatible with these objectives. Fur- | <= — ——
ther, existing nomenclatures should be revised in
order to remove the words “clerk” and “clerical”

from posts which fall into the administrative class, We have EVERYTHING

and conversely, to remove administrative designa- ||

tions, such as “Principal Officer” or “Principal”, |‘ FOR YOUR GARDEN

from posts which fall into the clerical class.
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Principal
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We recognise. of course. that not all these posts
will be required in the smaller colonies. We recog+
nise too that in some colonies the list will not be
exhaustive. It will be for each colony to deter-
mine the volume of administrative work to be un-
dertaken, whether in the secretariat or elsewhere,
and to fix its establishment of administrative posts
accordingly. Jn this connection, two points need
emphasizing. In the first place, a post does not be-
come an admin’ ‘trative post because the occupant
for the time being happens to perform administra-
tive duties. The duties necessarily attaching to
the ‘post must be such as to fall within the de-
finition contained in paragraph 58. Secondly, in
order to obtain as great a measure of uniformity
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individual colonies should seek the advice of the
Public Service Commission on its proposed estab-
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Although, in this instance, we have propounded a
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for the reasons given in paragraph 86 to 97, to
attach to them common basic salaries. Inasmuch,
however, as the creation of the Assistant Principal
or cadet grade is an innovation, and the intention
is that persons appointed to the grade should be
posted to any colony where their services may be
needed, we must make a recommendation as to the
appropriate salary, and that salary, subject to what
is said below, must be a uniform one. Our intention
is that this grade should be confined to direct en-
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not, and indeed should not, be confined to secre- ;
tariats and out-stations. There is room for the
development of the practice, of which we have
found some instances, of relieving the heads of pro-
fessional services of administrative work which
calls for no professional knowledge by posting ad-
ministrative officers to the department concerned.
In this way, the Head of the department escapes the
distractions of purely administrative work and is !
enabled to devote his whole time to the direction
and oversight of his service, while the administra-
tive officer gets experience which may be of great
value to him, if he is subsequently posted to a
secretariat, of the inner workings of a department.
We have included in the schedule of the administra-
tive service certain posts of this nature.

Professional Services

In so far as the professional services are con-
cerned, the criterion for admission to any unified
service must clearly be the possession of some pro-
fessional qualification, though the same qualifica-
tion need not always be required for different posts
in a particular service. A schedule of the posts
which we recommend for inclusion in these services
will be found in Appendix II under the several
heads, viz., agriculture, forests, legal and judicial,
and medical, and in the following paragraphs we
give our reasons for the inclusion of these posts
and the exclusion of others.

Agriculture

Agriculture is the main staple of the economic
life of the Caribbean region, and the qualifications
required for admission to the regional unified ser-
vice are therefore a matter of great importance.
In so far as officers are members of the Colonial
Agricultural Service, this is automatically secured
by the requirements for admission to that service.
The same is true of specialists who have obtained
a university degree in science. But for the lower

posts in the schedule lesser qualifications are need-

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be that posts in the lower grades which we have not scheduled
© occasionally held by officers so qualified; but here it must | /
be remembered that, in so far as these officers are qualified
for entry into the unified service, they will be considered
eligible for promotion into that service by the Public Service
Commission. We have received evidence to the effect that
Posts In some of the lower grades which we have not
inclided should preferably be filled by those having this
qualification, but that in fact it is seldom possible to find
vitehle candidate at the rate of salary offered. In these
circumstances, we have taken the view that there would be
no advantage in scheduling such posts, since, if the diploma
were a requirement, the Public Service Commission would
be unable to find recruits and, if it were not, they would be
nase the nena of recruiting officers whose lack of quali-
cations would make their free transfer
Proposition to many colonies, en ae bei stta di:
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parish and my current seems to be
more off than on; yet my recent
bills have been higher than the
average. Perhaps there. are other
Parishes deserving of sympathy.

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beautiful island, in this our very
best holiday. Leaving Canada at
the beginning of our Canadian
winter and being set down in this
land of warmth and sunshine, is
something that really surpasses
the fondest hope or the most vivid
imagination. To us there has not
beén one disappointing day.

Your ‘people have been most
gracious and hospitable. We are
particularly grateful and indebted
to Mr. Clyde Gilliatt, Manager of
the Royal Bank of Canada, and to

butter and eggs and the famous
Annapolis Valley apples, and in
return Canada can absorb your
entire exports of sugar, molasses,
ete. Better still perhaps why
should we not consummate a
Union between the B.W.I. and
Canada, if not complete, then for
trade purposes.

Canada is most loyal to the
Empire and can I believe in the
days ahead make even a greater
contribution of the
qualifications that will

necessary
help to



his charming wife who have done fully restore and support her
60 much to make our stay ! » the great st: Z he i XI .
most pleasant it i n
I think it is ,enerally reali L Col |
that there shoild be reciprocal our con vealtl i}
trade, or at least a lowering of traditions tI
the tariff between this island and sister colonic

Canada. It is also to be regrett
that under existing exchange and
devaluation of the I tra

with



Lanhaca 1 now

SIR,—Please allow mg to answer
a question asked by Rev. Godson
in ycur “Readers’ Say” of Sunday,
March 12, about the production
of “High Tyme,” “What is the
idea attached to such an item?”
ete,

It is, as the Rev. Godson says,
to try to fill the cash boxes of the
promoters to overflowing, because
the total profits of “High Tyme”
go to continue the education of a
deaf and dumb Barbadian boy who
has been for the past two years
at a school for deaf and dumb
children in Trinidad, which period
was only sible thr 1 charity
shown an im-
uld be inhu-

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SIR,—I would like to make the
following corrections in my racing
notes which appeared in last Sun-
day's issue.

In the sixth paragraph it is
stated that Gun Site did the mile
and 130 yards in Trinidad in 1.48%,
and that this was the closest that
has ever been run to the record of
1.49 set up by the Brown Bomber
in 1946. The record set by Brown
Bomber was 1.48. The sentence
will not make sense without this
correction

My apologies to the old gelding
Slainte for the “her” which sneak-
ed into my last sentence about
him

“BOOKIE.”
Electrical Red Herrings

To The Editor, The Advocate,



STR,—At a recent meeting of
the Council of the Chamber of
Commerce, as reported in your

columns, three statements were

a i a

gardless of nationality, race, creed
or political
forced by circumstances to rely on
one source for the provision of a
necessity is entitled to take every
fair and legal action to improve
the service of that source.

(2) Mention was made of a
suspicion that the petition is really
an insidious plot to prove that
American machinery js superior to
British machinery. Such a sus-
picion, if it exists, is manifestly
absurd. We cannot obtain Ameri-
can machinery even if we desire
to though parenthetically,
can’t help wondering if An
manufacturers don't

one
neric

inspect their

produ‘is or flaws before delivery
to the cus)..omer. 4

(3) A posember of the Council
4s reporty to have offered his
sympathy to the resident f St

Jame I do not live

BIRNAM WOOD,
Thanks

To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I should be grateful if you
would allow us space to thank the
Commissioners of Health of St.
James for giving us a standpipe
in our village. This was Jong
reguired and it serves its purpose
so well, that we would be failing
in gratitude, if we did not thank
these gentlemen for so willingly






responding to our request. We
should also like to thank our
representatives in the House of!
Assembly, Messrs. J. H. Wilkinson

E. K. Walcott for the interest
took in the matter.
PREASTLY SANDIFORD
Laynes Gay,
Paynes Bay,
St

they

Jame

The issue is; do we or do we}f > ? B ABY
American, This jis "ot desire better service and|} ~~ Wer
Anyone, re- cheaper current from the compan,
concerned? Let ys stay on ‘the Every Bite a FOODS
copvictions who is beam when considering this. Real Delight








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FRERE PILGRIM SLING
PURE HONEY in 12-0z. bottles
MORTON’S SCOTCH OATMEAL

” PEARL BARLEY a
EMPIRE

COFFEE

The Cheapest in Town
Order from

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Bendix Supersonic Depth
der has been installed on the
: snment Research boat “In-
~tigator.” This Recorder will be
eed in locating fishing banks both

m and unknown, Their
Sine will be recorded, size es-
q and these will be plotteu
; ent charts for future
ae ce by all fishermen ana

- jnterest rsons.

; Mr. in PY. Wiles, Fisheries
: Officer, told the Advocate yesterday
that during the short time that
ee instrument has been in

tion it can be said that one
discovery had already been

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4

aa
.

made, that is to say, the fishing ;

hanks commonly known as “Lon-
gon Shallows” and “Middle Shal-
" Jows,” on the South-eastern part
“of the island, are in fact only one

longest part of this bank is
Bo far estimated at over two miles,
® ryning in depths from 36 to
48 fathoms of water.



He said that this information i:
| jmportant to nsnmermen usaing a
tgs bank tor king fism, as Ou
smoon days when the seas, are
moaerate 1n that area, 1l would be
gavisable to fish on the bann
West to Last, that is to say, “Miaaile

| snailow” to “London Shallow” anu

D pack again, at no time between
| these marks would they be off tne





Pe esi that under the presen:
i practice of fishing both ‘Middle
J snaliow” and “London Shallow” in
= & the North-west and South-eas:
BH direction, the boats are only over

| the bank for less than some 20u
He said that work continues

» daily by the “Investigator” with a

; of not only tracing flying

of ‘put actually to find ou
whether large pelagic species are
| also in the area.

t
B “ttis hoped in a very short time
B® tobe able to pass on much of this
@ information to the local fisher-
men”, said Mr. Wiles, He saio
B® that as soon as a few more definite
F etails had been worked out, the
. | fishermen would be more enlight-
® ened about fishing in Barbados.
1) On Wednesday last week the
“Investigator” caught 64 heads of
iB pelagic fish, made up of dolphin
® and King fish. Eleven hundred
® fying fish were brought in from a
® fishing trip on Friday.
) Tne buat Weal our yesterday aug
| quickly returnea vo Wwe Careeuagye
with 14 dolphin and 16 King usu.
7Tt is UNvensivvuv nat tne
Committee of betnel syanday
School is brisk at work arranging
tor a Fair which will be hela ou
‘the Bethel Grounds on Kaster
_ Ban

2 eS SS ee EE ee aS ee

Holiday.
PLAZA THEATRE in
‘ Oistins is the first Cinema in
‘Ve We island to install their own
; ent “stand by generator”.
‘Wm Other Cinemas are forced to limit
1m ‘heir shows to every other day but
the “Plaza” with its Lister Engine
tan now operate too shows daily.
YAWL POTICK, which
sank a few months ago, is
sill resting on the bed of the
Imer Basin. Moss has now
ftown on the part of the boat that
+s under the water.
’ EXTENSION to Messrs.
} “4 Manning & Co's building at
Bay Street is now nearly com-
‘pleted? Labourers were busy
yesterday preparing the floor to be
Concreted and others were paint-
‘ing beams and building a stair-
Way It is understood that the top
floor of the building will house
the Electrical Department while
eee, Ground floor will be store

LOSS OF four oil drums
valued $80 was reported by
Hugh Alleyne of Reed Street. He
fated that they were removed
ftom the Wharf between March
and 4. They are the property
of Messrs. DaCosta & Co., Ltd.

WENDOLYN JEFFERS oi
Roebuck Street reported that

F her liquor shop at the same address
was broken and entered betweeu
130 p.m. on Friday and 5.30 p.m.
Saturday. A Radio, a quantity
of fying hsh ang $10.40 in casa
are spasing. The total loss 1s

$90.4
T= LOSS OF a quantity o
: cigarettes and Klim Milk
| Powder was reported by Jermaine
ley of Brittons Cross Road.
She stated that her shop at the
address was broken and en-
between noon and 8.30 p.m.
oa ey and the articles re-
7 . ey are valued $20.45
k i belong to Messrs. Jas. A.
; lor,

i

| UTHER DANIEL of Rendez-
so Rage Christ Church,
€ loss of a Valkyrie
re valued $45. He stated that
cycle was removed from out-
o Mov shop of Evans Phillips
130 Tgeant’s Village between
9 .Â¥ = 8.10 p.m. on Satur-

is his property.

OUISE PRICE of Sayers Court,
= Christ Church, reported the
oh °f a ewe sheep valued $12.
ued that it was removed

t open yard between 8.00
On Friday and 6.00 a.m. on

P Y. It is her property.
AUBREY DOUGLAS-
“Weg THs third lecture on
tary than and Jacobean His-
fiven and Literature” will be
HE tn, at the Library at Speights-
; March at 8 p.m. on Thursday
Se His subject will be
7 rean Life and _ the

Bizabethan Theatre.

e TY - EIGHT - YEAR - old
Ward Marshall of Vault
at «Say Thomas, died suddenly
| while . 8.30 am. on Saturday
tended) “es waiting to be at-
4 Dr. H. G. Cummhs.
. >SÂ¥ Was performed by Dr.
fo mimins and death was attributed

‘atural causes,

MINS HOLMES of Walker's
a St. George, took il
p.m. on Sunday and








iG THE LAST two weeks} Wearing dark shades,

He Was Struck

InHisRightEye

_ And Lost Ii

lold n Elleock Wakes
k, a
pale Hall, St. Michael, told: the
: urt of Grand Sessions yesterday
10W Rupert Morris had given him
apd in the right eye on Septem-

T 17 last year that had necessi-
tated the removal of the eye.

Morris .was found guilty of
causing grievous bodily harm with
intent, and His Honour the Acting
Chief Justice, Mr. G. L. Taylor
postponed sentence, Des

scene of the incident w
the Eagle Hall Club. It was be-
tween ll and 11.30 P.m. and ac-
cording to witnesses for the Prose-
cution, there had been a fight be-
tween Morris and one Beryl Car-
iTington. Morris beat her.

Ellecock who had just come out
of the club went towards the
crowd and joined in a remark
which someone in the crowd had
made about Morris’ sexual prac-
tices, and Morris putting his left
hand in his pocket fitted on what
appeared to be “steel knuckles”
and let Ellcock have a cuff to eye.

Head “Went Off”
. Elicock told the Court his head
went off” when he got the blow.
He was taken to the General Hos-
pital where he remained 42 days.

Dr. A. A. Gibbons said in the |
witness stand that Ellcock had
been admitted to the Eye Ward on
September 17, He had examined
him next day and found that he
had a rupture of the cornea of the
right eye, and there was a pro-
trusion of some of the contents
of the eye ball. The rupture was
repaired as far as was possible,

At that time Elleock said he
could just see the light vaguely.
The condition of the eye did not
improve, and it was removed dur- |
ing October. He was discharged
from the Hospital on October 30.

Ellcock had alleged that the in- |
jury had been caused by a blow.
He (the doctor) was of the opinion
that it could have been caused by
such a blow delivered with a fair
amount of force.

To the prisoner the doctor re-
plied that if Ellcock had fallen on
the straight edge of a pavement
with considerable force, he could
have received such an injury; not|



as near







if he had fallen on a coconut shell.
Sielf-detence

Morris addressing the jury on
his own behalf put up a plea of
self-defence. He said that after
the fight with Carrington, he was
going home, and Ellcock held him.
He tried in vain to escape. Ellcock
started to choke him and “the |
breath left my body and my eyes }
became dark. Then I let go a cuff
and I do not. know’ whether





Elicock got it in the face or
chest.”
The case for the Crown was

presented by Miss M. E. Bourne,
Acting Legal Draughtsman. Mor-
ris was unrepresented.

Guilty Of Lareeny

Ethelbert Coppin pleaded guilty
of larceny of $53.60, and Mr.





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Assize Diary
TUESDAY 14TH
No. 19 Rex vs. Clayton
| Arthur
| No. 30 Rex vs, Dalton
! Hade: and Gordon om
| Harris.
| WEDNESDAY 15TH |
| No. 10 Rex vs. Dorothy
Griffith.
No. 9 of November; 1949.
Rex vs. Rudolph
| Wilson.





Coroner Adjourns
Death Inquiry

The inquiry into the death of

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BARBADOS ADVQCATE

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Dr. Fuchs’s successor, no doubt.”

Londen Expr

FEDERATION REPORT

‘Radar’ Brings [ron

Steel For Seawell

Two carryalls, tools, loose tyres,
tractor parts, galvanised pipes
tubes, electrical appliances, wire,
a jack and a bundle of iron and
Steel arrived here yesterda y
morning by the 16l-ton M. V
T. B. Radar from Trinidad for use



Trevor Jordan was again ad-
Journed until March 18 by Mr.
E. A. McLeod Coroner of District
“A” yesterday.

Trevor Jordan a 12-year-old
St. Giles School boy was invol-
ved in a fatal accident while re-
turning from school about 3.30
p.m., on January 23,

Before the inquiry was started
the seven-man Jury accompanied

in the construction of the new
runway at Seawell.
This cargo was consigned

Messrs J. N. Harriman & Co., Ltd
It was not unloaded yesterday »s
e “T. B. Radar” did not get a
berth in the Careenage.
The other equipment which ar-
rived’ recently for Seawell came
by motor vessel Caracas which

is expected to make about two
more similar calls.
Leaving Trinidad the T. B.

J.-E. T, Brancker, his, Counsel, |by Mr. McLeod was taken to the | ®@dar called in at St. Lucia and

asked the Court to be lenient. Sen-
tence was postponed.

scene of the accident.
Arthur Applewaithe a 3l-year-

finished loading for Barbados.
General cargo brought from these

The Court sits again at 10 a.m. } old cooper of My Lords Hill said|tW® Ports was consisted of rum

to-day.



Princess Playfield

@ from page 1
but.we have to wait and see what
sum will be allocated for the car-
rying on of the good work in mak
ing recreation possible for the
teasses of the people of this parish,
As you are probably aware,

the population of the parish of
St. Michael comprises 40% of
the population of the whole
island; 26 elementary schools
and 8 private schools house
about 35% of the children of
school age in the island.

I have no doubt that you will
agree with me that the bulk of
the Labour Welfare Fund should
be allocated to St. Michael with
her density of population and her
lack of suitable recreational facili-
ties for the so-called working and
middle classes and their children,
I need not stress further the de-
sirability of developing these play-
ing fields as everyone here knows
that physical exercise is as neces-
sary for the growing child as its

food. ey
Thanks !

1 have now to thank all those
people who are responsible for all |
the work put into the development
of this playing field and the build-
ing of this pavilion. You can see
for yourself that much care has
been taken in the laying out and
construction, and the painting and
finishing touches which were done
by Mr. C. M. Worrell and Mr,
Percy Bruce respectively. The
road was the work of Mr. O. Wor-
rell. Mr. Redman, our Vestry
Clerk, was responsible for the lay-
ing out of the playing field, and
Mr. Griffith saw after the lawn
for us.

I have kept the best bit of
information for the last, I am
sure you will be very pleased
to know that Her Royal High-
ness Princess Alice has gracious-
ly consented to have this
playing field named after her.
Again Your Excellency and Mrs.





presence here this afternoon and
I will now ask Your Excellency to
declare this Pavilion and Playing
Field open.

The Governor said: — Z

“As a parishioner of St. Michael,
I am very pleased to have been
given the privilege of opening this
Playing Field and Pavilion. It is

|the second, provided from the La-

bour Welfare Funds, which I have
opened and there can be no doubt
that the money for these schemes
is being appropriately utilized for
they are the very foundations of
the development of a healthy body
and a healthy mind which are es-
sential whether in ~ a of so-

1, economic or political progress.
othe recent visit of Her Royal
Highness Princess Alice and the
Earl of Athlone is still in our
minds and in our hearts, and it
gave me the deepest pleasure to
see the many and varied demon-
\strations of loyalty to the Crown
lwherever we went in this Island.
ll believe the younger Barbadians
in particular appreciated the Royal
visit greatly, and it is therefore
appropriate that Her Royal High-

Savage, I must thank you for your : His Worship Mr, H. A. Talma
!
|

that about 3.30 p.m. on January
23, le was going down Kingston
Road riding a bicycle. He heard
a bus horn behind him and look-
ed back and saw the bus X-470.

The bus was going fast and so
that it could pass him he rode
into the gutter. As the bus
passed he saw a motor car coming)
up Kingston Road and the same
time a donkey cart was also going
up Kingston Road on the left
side of the road.

"Bus Swerved

Some boys were in the road |
and when the bus passed hej{
noticed that the bus swerved to!
the right side of the road and the
right front wheel of the bus
crushed one of the boys to the
wall.

The bus did not strike the car.
Only the donkey cart was struck.
The bus was travelling on the
left and proper side of the goad |
when it overtook him.

Ivan Carrington a School boy
said on the afternoon of January
23 he was walking down Kingston
Road on the right hand side. Two
other boys were with him and
all of them were walking one
behind the other, Trevor Jordan
—the boy who was killed—was
leading. While they got near
Stoke Hole Road they stopped
and a car came across from Stoke
Hole Road without stopping and
the same time the bus X-470 came
down Kingston Road and pinned
Jordan to the wall in trying to

ing away from the car.

"The car Temaeke the donkey cart
and the bus. The bus was
travelling fast and the donkey |
cart was on the left side of the
road. When Jordan got struck
he and the other boy ran back-

wards.

Assaulted P.C.
Fined 30/-
A fine of 30/- to be paid in 14
days or in default one month's

imprisonment was imposed on
John Redman of Waterhall Land





yesterday, . te

He was found guilty of assault-
ing H. P. C. 38 Knight while in
the execution of his duty on
March 6.



Molasses Going
To Canada

Motor vessel “Exploits” now
berthed opposite the Harbour and
Shipping Department, is taking |
load of molasses for Baltimore,
Canada.

The “Exploits” arrived here on
Saturday with salted fish from
Newfoundland. It will be here;
until Wednesday. Messrs. W. S.
Monroe & Co., Ltd, aie ones
agents. |

i



THIEF FINED 30/-



| Elthelbert Downes of West-

: 4
bury Road was fir in 14
days or one month's npry:or



barrels, bitters, fibre, tiles, cedar
boards and 90 tons of coal in bulk.
Messrs Schooner Owners’ Assoc-
iation are agents,



18 Return
From Bermuda

Eighteen Barbadians former!y
employed on His Majesty’s Dock
Yards, Bermuda, returned home
on Sunday evening by the naval
ship “Gold Ranger.”

They were E. Mason, E. Dar-
lington, J. King, L. Chase, G.
Carew, C. V. Worrell, H. Smith,
R. Taylor, C. Archer, W. Burke,
C. E. Straughn, G. Streek, K.
Thompson, O. Farnum, G. Ruck,
F. Wiltshire, S. Goodridge and

W. Mayers.

Two of these have come on
leave while the others’ agree-
ments have expired.

The “Gold Ranger” 1,506 tons
net left port the same night for
Trinidad. It is expected to call
here again before going back to
Bermuda.



Gasoline, Kerosene
Arrive From T’dad

On Sunday evening motor vessel
“Rufina” (1,856 tons net) anchored
at Bridgetown laden with 294,000
U.S. Gallons of gasolene and
147,000 U.S. gallons of kerosene
from Trinidad.

Yesterday it was at Spring Gar-
dens, Black Rock, discharging this
petrol.

Messrs. Da Costa & Co., Ltd.,
and Messrs. R. M. Jones & Co.,
Ltd., were the importers of the
motor gasoline while Messrs.
General Traders Ltd., and Messrs.
R. M. Jones & Co., Ltd, imported
the kerosene.

The “Rufina” was scheduled to
sail from Spring Gardens for Mar-

helenieGheemetenaial salable Z _ meal



tinique last night. This vessel is
consigned to Messrs, DaCosta &
Co,. Ltd.

For the past few days the “Bar-
bados. Advocate” has been trying
to get Comments from various
people in public life on the pro-
posed British Caribbean Federa-
tion, but without result.

Several members of the House |
of Assembly and of the St.
Michael’s Vestry were approached |

ut all with one exception said
that they had not yet read the
‘eport on the matter,

One Assemblyman said that he |
had been so taken up with the {|

consideration of the Colonial]
Estimates and the Estimates
of the Vestry of which body

to} he is also a member, that he had

not had time to give any consid |
eration to the Federation Report.

Not even, he said, the portion of

it that has already appeared in the

Press,



—~

Chauffeur On
Manslaughter Charge

Julian Greenidge a 55-year-old
chauffeur of My Lords Hilt wis
charged before His Worship Mr.
E. A. McLeod yesterday with
manslaughter in connection with
the death of Rosa Small which
occurred on Saturday. He wes
remanded until March 20.



‘Fort Amherst’’
Was Here

Arriving from New York yes-
terday morning by steamship
“Fort Amherst” were Mr. and Mrs
Edward A. Proctor and Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Reid.

The “Fort Amherst” (1,946 ton:
net) passenger-freighter of the
Furness Withy Line, arrived vie
Grenada bringing to this port
68 intransit passengers. From
New York, it brought a few
carpenters’ tools.

Early last night it left port for
Martinique. Messrs. Da Costa &
Co., Ltd., are agents.

Bus, Lorry Collide

Two passengers on a ‘bus, Kath-
leen Gooding and Alice Gay, suf-
fered from shock after the "bus
was involved in an_ accident.
Gooding was detained at the Gen-
eral Hospital while Gay was treat-
ed by Dr. Hutson and sent home.

The accident occurred on St.
Patricks Road, Christ Church at
about 5.30 p.m. on Saturday be-
tween motor lorry X 781, owned
by Cecil Brathwaite of Bright Hill,
Christ Church and driven by
Evelyn Best of St. Patricks, and
the "bus, P 77, owned by the
General "Bus Co., and driven by
Grafton Holder of Brereton’s, St.
Philip.

The front fender, head lamp and
upright of the bus were damaged.

INDECENT LANGUAGE

For using indecent language 01
Bay Street on March 11, Ina Yard
of Roberts Tenantry was fined
15/- in 14 days or one month’s
imprisonment by His Worshir
Mr. H. A. Talma yesterday.



EPHEDROL

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quickly relieves

COLDS and
CATARRH

It clears the nasal pas-

sages to remove ctuffiness
and the distressing con-
ditions of head colds and
catarrh. The patent nasal
application bottle is infinitely better than spray
or dropper, and can be carried conveniently in
handbag or pocket without fear of leakage.

Mad

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$3,700 To Repair | af
Parochial |
Properties |
IN ST. JOSEPH

The St, Joseph Vestry yesterday
agreed to provide $3,700 for the
Building Committee to make re-
pairs to, different parochia’ prop-
erties when the Vestry was con-
sidering the estimate for 1950—







them that their enquiries as to ——————
whether or not the Parish could be
provided with a Community Hall
and a playing field had been sub-
mitted to the Governor-in-Execu-
tive Cémmittee.

When the Vestry was consider-
ing the reports of exhibitioners,
Rev. Mallalieu, Chairman, said
that one of the reasons why prim-
ary and secondary school children

SIMPLY AMAZING

were backward in their work . - 4
was because they were not taught VALUES!
to read properly. He said that

many subjects of lesser impor- e

tance were taught with more care |
than was reading.

CRINKLE

at has been the custom of the
estry to remit taxes for the
wooded portion of Foster Hall| GEORGETTE

Plantation. The Vestry decided to |

postpone consideration of the ‘
| report of the Inspector of trees, Blue, Green and Pink
which dealt with the taxing of the $1.88 yd.
Foster Hall Plantation. They were | e

of the opinion that the Act which |
SATIN BACK

dealt with trees should be review- |
i} CREPE

in White, Black, Peach,

ed since the House of Assembly |
decided to pay six cents to the
planter of any caserina and other
trees specified.





| in Cerise, Fmerald
Li oO H icanaalt ee and Turquoise
iqu r, errimgs $1.61 yd.
‘ a | a
Come From Holland |
Cheese, potatoes and canned SHARKSKIN
stuff from Amsterdam, smoked Be ly
herrings and salted mackerel from White only
Antwerp, split peas and milk $1.70 and $1.89 yd.
powder from. Rotterdam were
commodities of food arriving at *
Barbados yesterday by the 2,200-
ton Dutch motor vessel “Hecuba”,
which is consigned to Messrs. S. P. |
Musson, Son & Co.,, Ltd,
This ship also discharged here |
supplies of beer, champagne, BROAD STREET

liqueurs, gin, wine, advertising
material and electrical accessories, |
It sailed yesterday evening fo
Trinidad.



25 YEARS AGO

(Barbados Advocate, March 14, |

1925)

Barbados Arts and Crafts |
Society |

The Barbados Arts and Crafts
Society’s Exhibition and Sale is
advertised to be held at Queen’:



and 21 unde

patronage of

Park on March 20
the distinguished
Lady Q’Brien and Lady Clarke.



Willthose Persons who
have purchased ROW
101 to 111 for Friday
Night 17th ** HOEGsHE
TYME â„¢ kindly
communicate with the

EMPIRE THEATRE |

IMPORTANT
|

Booking Office as soon

as possible













AERTEX COMBINATIONS
OL with trunk dvawers and short
sleeves
CG; / Per suit . $3.86
SEA ISLAND COTTON
AERTEX CELLULAR VESTS ATHLETIC VESTS and
Short Sleeves, sizes 36 to 46 trunk drawers in cellular
ans, Hach $1.98 mesh, Sizes 30 to 46 inches.
and ‘ 2 ‘ 96
$ SLUMBERTYME PYJAMAS
in striped designs. Sizes 38

AERTEX CELLULAR DRAW-
ERS Ankle length and trunk
Each $3 70 $2 61

to 44
Per suit

$3.74

ind .

CAVE SHEPHERD & Co. LID.

10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street





They think her
nightdress is new—

it looks nmew—
because it’s always

washed in LUX

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vashing! To keep
w look in your
and woollens,
wash them regularly in the
mild lather of Lux. So safe
and le, Lux is per-
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cold water!









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‘I am a proud consumer of °

GOAT CHOW

The cows begin their young ones on .: .

. CALF STARTENA

)btainable from H. JASON JONES & Co., Ltd.

1951. Last year’s provision was > “
$4,018, et
The Social Welfare Oficery] OS 2 ROE TER RREHSRAR AS
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and an autopsy was per-/|Princess Alice Playing Field” and ued at 6s., and the property ot m DAINTY CLOTHES LIKE NEW!
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municipal or commercial, Long or short chassis with Bodies if desired

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THE VOICE OF A STRANGER

—by Emyr Humphreys

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PEARS CYCLOPAEDIA

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driven, in
ble wae spi,
James Street

Good
New

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“ aaah a 10.3,50—3n

1947.

mMUCK—One (1) 5 ton Comme
in good condition. Apply West
Rum Refinery Ltd. Black Rock.
11.3.50—2n.

UPPIES—One (1) Pure Bred Alsa-
2 Puppy. 10 weeks old. Ring 4144
aid St. John

CHANICAL.

fin competition.

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14.3.50—3n

ad
eo

EOUS

A KNIVES—All Steel Pen Knives,
quality. Now 39 cents each.

i , Hutchinson & Co, Te 4222.

[R HOSE—'," Rubber Hose at a

2.3.

H TUBS—Four English Bath Tubs
$100. Less 10% for cash sale
& Co., Ltd. 12.3.50t.f.n

save SHEETS in 24 and 26
(ft, 6ft. Gins, 8ft. and 9ft. lengths
© mild “4 plates 1/16, 1/8 M%,
Hb and 5/8 in various sixes. Enquire
o Tyre

TS—Three (3) Fishing

, Trafalgar Street.
1,3.50—t.f.n
Taina
Peat | Creare Merritt, Caribbean
: » Fontabelle.
; 3.3,50—6n

ucors — Onions being scarce

Eschalots which we offer 48 cents
Wt pound, Harold Proverbs . Co., Ltd.
3.50—6n.

JACKS —

y Garage. Dial 4391.

14.3.50—3n
PUREE NOTICES

easily earned by obtaining orders
for private Christmas Cards fron
. No previous experien

Â¥, Write today for beautiful free

to Britain's largest anc

; highest comratssior
opportunity

money
ws, Williams & moe. Dept 10 Victori:

NOTICE
ay Anis OF SAINT MUCHAS.
Persons, firms and c: tion:
Reet et against the Parish of
= are requested to send_in
oe ecenne? out in. Du-
x than Wednesday, March 8
: FRED. J. ASHBY,
Churchwarden’s Clerk,
Parish of St. Michael.
3.3.50—Tn
THE ROYAL VISIT
ieee” ‘ing "pEBRUCE-CLARKE, Lord
Move Founder of the Barbados
a ement received a word of
° from a Highness.
ON] the EARL o
on behalf x oe Sete) ore
from ie ea
my The Barbados Youth Move-
- 14,3.90—11 3. 3—Ia.
cee SCHOOL
saa a PETER
rts Day Meet will
i gaat Sori bay 2rd. March,
age 10 pm. All Old Bors
W tordiany inv i of the Schoo!
Cc. MILLER,
Headmaster (A
3.50— :
as TE

‘T & FOUND

LOST

nd t Thursday evening Jams
Bracetes Government House
Pinder Suitably rew araee
22

M)VERTISE

14.3.50— on
in the

ADVOCATE

is. C. H. St. 14.3,50—n
BCYCLES—Hercules and Phillips for
Gents and children at prices

i Garag

1950







FOR RENT

4OUSES







FLATS fully furnished with

Dial 8364 13.1. 50—t.t.n.

CORAL wiih Worthing
en ed Fiat Silver ig
tater pentioulase = a Alm
t.f.n

“BETHOVAN"—Upper :
‘sn Wellington s
Apply to Mrs, b po handler near Dea-

Blac’
Now available. Modern conveniences



1,3.50—In
PARK VIEW—uU
From April ist, 3 Seite: wie De
etc. Phone 2938. ne 2 Wee
FLAT—"The Cam
Pp’, St. Law
On-the-Sea. Fully furnished, eee
Eo te “Brattor,” Maxwell
$ 7/3/50—tin

SANTA CLARA—On Sea, St.









1 .

ee | rence Ga 7

: r P from March | Fur!

: ¥ | 4a) bedrooms, jelephoue "sak meee
: ete. Mrs. Rudder, Dial 8186. a
: 11.3.50—2n

of our dearly be-
jy Loving, rae THAINIEL HARRIS HARCLIFF-—st, Lawrence On-the-Ses
diputed this life on March 14th) Fully: furnished “trom ist April 1950
ia
; e in which he is laid,
o% vhemories which never 1 QEFICE—Marhil St. next to W. B.
nson Co. For fu i.
is the “hope that again we Jars apply W. B. Hutchinson ME Co.
at sear a 14.3.50—t.f.n.
harem Dy 2)
Mer Alpha, aa ar PU
Nt ‘osita,
tenildren). Sydney, . RLM 4 ;
( Pere
Frank, Barbara (é' S360; * ALES
g memory of Our Be-
I never fading: F Father, DD; Ave SUCTION
Bust NIEL, who fell asleep
ve. apa 17th at 2 p.m. Courtesy Gar-
‘uncertain steps, Park, Austin 10 H.P. Sedan
es have trodden this desert Car Serna in ageident. Terms Cash.
ARCHER McKEN?2.
ne wel known Voice had called Atmiioher.
py om 12.3.50-—4n
" oe ee
DANIEL'S FAMILY.
Te 14.3.50—-1n.| UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
memory of ENID LEE, who By instruction received I will sell
fn loving 1949. Station House Hill on Thursday ieth
ee ee for me March at 1 p.m. (1) 18 ft. x 10 ft. x 9 ft.
We hide ee ty thee. Sea eee Giacically new. Terms
but not forgo cash, incent Griffith, Auctioneer.
a A teeter), the Thorn® 12,3.50—3n.
14.3.50—In
family. AS A GOING CONCERN (1) Large
se weete Stone Bullding with Shop an
ery Accessories, Liquor and Li
row: SALE Licensed fancy goods. scales ral
. I s weights, Glass cases, shop goods and
Â¥ other items. All selling in one lot the
Q praperty Stands on '% acre of land which
: — S$ run in a tenantry situated at Claph
i 0 vane and Fine: Stace Rd. next to High
. gates Govt ater and Light Install
ne Chevrolet pene 1). meee Apply on premises to Joseph St at
- order. : owner, 3
y 12.3.50—4n 10.3.50—3n
— Opel, Taeaily revored b: | REAL ESTATE
oy ved New Generator a: ee
Pump. Apply: W. Hodgson, Lodge OWELLING HOUSE with 3 roods 31
12.3, 50. ae of land attached at “Briar Hall’
Christ Church, The dwelling house con-|
One (1) 1943 dual gear! tains open ve.andah, dra‘ ving and ain-}
Truck in good condition. En-| jing rooms, two bedrooms and usual con-
Auto Tyre Company, Trafalgar} yeniences. There is also a Lime Kiln in}
7 9/3/50—tfn.| good working order on the premises
The above property will be set up for
Hiliman Minx, one of the best| sale at our Office, James Street. on
i models, still going eee Alway:| Friday 17th March, 1950, at 1.30 p.m

Inspection on application on the pre-
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors
5.3. 50—9n

dwelling house called “AMBURY” with
1 acre 4 perches of land attached there-



to, situate at Upper Collymore Rock,
St. Michael, The house contains draw-
ing and dining rooms, one bedroom and
conveniences on the ground floor, and
three bedrooms, toilet and bath on first
floor. Government water and Electric
ity installed. For inspection dial 3297

The above property will be set up for
sale at our Office, James Street, on Fri-
day 17th March, at 2 p.m,

YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
eeere:
5.3,.50—9n

|
|
mise
_
DWELLING HOUSE—The two storied

a
LAND-—3,520 square feet of land at the
Ivy, Government Hill. The above parcel
of land will be set up for sale by public
competition at our Office, James Street,
on Thursday 16th March 1950, at 2 p,m
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors.
5.3.50—6n



HOUSE; Modern Bungalow, freehold
4,836 sq. ft. Fruit trees, lovely garden
plenty of space for Chickens, Turkeys
Pigs, ete. Gas laid on. Apply: ‘“Somer-
set”, Belmont Road. 21.2.50



LAND—A
Brittons Hill,
One rood and 9/10 perches.
Apply to Mr, Edward Scott,

St. George, Exec ro Mrs
14.3,50—In.

| situated
Village,
Millar.

SALISBURY COTTAGE—On Rockley
Terrace standing on 6,732 sq. ft. of
land and containing closed gallery,
drawing and dining room, 3 bedrooms
1
|
}
|
|

containing
Cash terms.
Bairds

land in

Gap,

spot of
Reed's

1 dressing room all with running water
and toilet, Ser
Dial 2636.

14.3.05—2n.

kitchen, pantry bath
vant's room and garage.





PERSONAL





The public are hereby warned agains
giving credit to my Wwite WILLETT’
HEADLEY (nee Cummins), as I do no





WANTER

————_





HELP

A STENOGRAPHER & TYPIST -
ane for our Office. Apply in person
written Lee and references.

with
KNIGHT'S L’ 3.3.50—4.f.n

———_——_——
FIELD OVERSEER—For Cleland Plan-
tation St. Andrew, Salary $105.00 per

M: rr.
month, Apply the Manage! 11.3.50—6n

aE
LADY CLERK—for our Office. Apply
in person between 4 and 6 p.m. at

Dear’s Garage, Hastings. 14.3.50—3n

Ni MAN—For our Parts and
Accomsries De t we require an
Assistant. An a anoallont opportunity =

bitious young man -
pending vSqualifieations of applicant.

ii nm to thr
Apply in writing and in 2 White Park

e,
fanager, Courtesy Garag' -

Road.

MISCELLANEOUS

WP t Fee PEt wo

POSITION — en ee Housekeeper

requires situation in a Private home, or

as an assistant
SS. C/o Advocate

Hotel. Apply Box ie poco de

3.50—Sn

aan easter

A FOUNTAIN PEN FOR —TOUNTAIN PEN FOR YOU! ’
SEN po stage stamps

fy plastic and â„¢
retu rm m afl

D 200 used
a good
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and
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| Ser d to: G. LISS,
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id



BARBADOS



In Carlisle Bay

“a ane = Lochnivar
ion e Wolfe, Sch. Mary
Sh. W. l.

Aux. Sch. Cuchalat, MV.
Sch. E. Hann:

» Sch

H. Vansluytman, Sch
Frances W. Smith, Sch. Freedom Fleary,

M.V. Exploits.
ARRIVALS
S.S. Fort Amherst, 1,946 tons net, Capt
awe =~ Grenada; Agents: Da Cos i

Schooner Hazell Scott, 30 tons net,
Capt. Marks, from St. Vincent: Agents
Schooner Owners’ Association

Schooner Turtle Dove, 82 tons net, Cap:.
Sealy, from British Guiana; Agents
Schooner Owners’ Association .

M.V. Hecwba, 2.220 tons net, Capt
Duinker, from Guade'oupe; Agents
Ss. P. Musson, Son & Co., Ltd.

M.V. Gold Ranger, 1,506 tons net, Capt.
Parker, from Bermuda

Schooner Emeline, 72 tons net, Capt
Clarke, from British Guiana; Agents:
Schooner Owners’ Association.

S.S. Rufina, 1,86 tons net, Capt

Roorda, from
vis, & Co., ss

from Grenada; Agents: Da Costa

M.V. B. Radar, 116 tons net, Capt.
Hazell, ‘te Trinidad via St. Lucia,

. Agnets: Schooner Cupane Association

DEPARTURES
. 30 tons net,
Capt. Gooding, far St. Vincent; Agents
Owners’

Schooner Association.
Moliy N. Jones, 37 tons net.
Johnson nea 7
nade Lady Noeleem, 41 tans net
Capt. Noel, for Dominica; Agents.
Schooner Association.
+ Cane Pilgrim S., 47 tons
Stewart, for St. Lacia
’ Association

oe:

1,506 tons ne

1,946 tons ne!
Agents

tons net, Cap
Musson, Son.& Co., Ltd.

IN TOUCH WITH BARRADOS COAST STATION

Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd.,
le rane a can now communica ¢
ollowing ships through their

Bart: xlos Coast Station:—

i.§. Caraibe, S.9. Castillo Coca, S\S
SS. Pioneer Isle, $,S. S. Paula, S.S.
Sun Volley, S.S. Ravnanger, S.S. City
of Chester, S.S. Alcoa s.5.
Heeuba, S.S. Li Kamloops, $_S.
Winston Churchill, S.S. Europe, S.S.
Rosa, na Gulf Bird, S.S. Ule, M.V

OGarbet, SS, Evanthia, S.S. Mangore,
S.S. Comedian, S S. Uruguay, S. s
Amakura, §.S Lloyd Crest, &

Abbedyk, S:S. Astarte, S.S. Argentina,

5.8. rmeectern, S.S. Lady Nelson,
YVBB, S.S. Britani/LKDR, S.S. Britisy
Express, 3.S, Atlantic Shippe-
S. Esso. Avalia, S.S. Palmar, S.S
unnay, S.S. , S.S. Esto Den
Hang, S’S. Fortrichepanse, Ss
ty Ok . hem, S.S
Waal, SS. Monica/KQYF, S.S. Uraguay
Ww 8. ss

Naranio, Bed ood ‘Samuel ©. Loveland, s.s

Scawell

Arrivals from TRINIDAD: Lady Colly-
more, Kenrick Davis, Ophelia Gopaul,
Dennis Mondezie, David Jagaai, Edward
Gwyn, Roderick Skinner, Jose Gonsalves.
Max Peters, Ronald Frost, Keith Gran-
ville, Hugo Jorda, Miriam Fowler, Ronald
Adam, Henri Ehrenberg, Lars Dybbro

Arrivals from GRENADA: Vincent
Minore. Jane Seale

Departures for TRINIDAD by B.W.1.A
Mrs. Albertha Soyer, Mr. Ronald Ward,
Rev. Wayne Divine, Mrs. Suro Medveser,
Mr. Joseph Medeveser, Mr. Joseph
Medeveser, Mr. Nigel Seale, Mrs
Magaret Seale, My. Bernard Coolcharan
Mr. Manuel Gonzalez, Mrs. Marjorie

Williams, Mr. Basil Laughlin, Mn.
Collingson, Mp.

R.
sgn Bradshaw, Yu
Arthur Mayne, . ze Tawjl, Mr

Doris Tawil, Mr. Spain, Ser Adams, Mis
Barbata Evelyn, Mr. Rafael Orega, Mrs
Mercedes Medina.

Departures for La GUAIRA: Mr
Riebman, Mrs. Mary
Fraser

Vv
Fraser, Mr. William

Departures for GRENADA: Mr. George
Lyle, Miss Dorothy Woodhams, Mr
Darby, Mr. Terrence Hawkins, Col.
Riordan, Mrs. L. Riordan,
Beggs, Mr. M.

G
Leo
Mr. Harold
Gordon.

for TRINIDAD: Mr. K
Granville,



‘“‘Caronia’’ Reaches Naples
With U-S. Millionaires |

(By ALEX VALENTINE)

NAPLES, March 13.

The British luxury liner “Car-
onia” carying many American
millionaires and more crew than
passengers, arrived here to-day
with a full cargo of dyspeptic
ulcers aboard. The main lounge
barman surveyed his well-stocked
Shelves and reflected sadly, “we
ought to have run a milk bar
instead”. He had few customers
among these wealthy people. The
“Caronia’s” 550 American passen-
gers left New York on Sanuary 12
on this British dollar-earning
junket, the $2,000,00 they paid
over in fares alone include $20,000
contribution from the Harold S.
Vanderb Birth, of New York City,
and from Texas Oil king, Charles
FF. Uruschells of San Antonia, The
Vanderbuilts and the Uruschells
occupy the two coveted three
room suites, one on each side of
the after promenade deck. The
“ordinary” passenger paid an aver-
age of $4,500 each for the 80-day
cruise.

Made History

For tnis fare, they got two-room
cabinets, strung out like graduated
rows of pearls on each side of the
main deck. Ship officers aboard
the 34,000-ton liner estimate pri-
vately that her cruise has probably
made mercantile history, sinca
her passengers are worth at least
ten times more than the ship, The
sea-green “Caronia’”’ cost £7,000,
000 to build. The barman and
stewards also think on the plea-
sure cruise history that has been
made—but for another reason,
‘Look at this dinner menu,” groan-
ed a waiter to-day. “Grapefruit,
marschino, sliced pineapple crab
flakes, consomme royale—potage

—e—o—_—_—_————
R U LOOKING FOR
THE BEST

and
The Cleanest Method of Cooking?
Then
YOU ARE LOOKING FOR

A GAS COOKER!

Why not call -t your Gas Show-
room and book am order to-day,
for one of the next lot arriving

M.V. Hecuba,
Duinker, for Trinidad; Agents: © :

st. Luis, filet of sole, suppreme of
halibut, guinea chicken, roast Long
{sland duckling, galatine qf capon,
souffle siciliene, pear Grande
Duchesse, fromagen la—but what’s
the use? I could go on all night.

“This is not a menu. It’s an in-
spiration, Menus like these are not
prepared every day. ‘I am proud
to present it with a flourish.”

Little Drinking

The waiter’s voice at this point
rose to a crescendo, which died in
a despairing moan. “I am asked
for a glass of milk and some crack-
ers. Cold milk, mind you, and
plain crackers.” From other paris
of the ship similar tales poured in.
The barman, who wished he had
gone into the milk bar bus, ob-
served mildly thay he said that he
had never known so little drinking
among so many people before.
The leader of the ship’s orchestra
said, “I am getting just as tired
of the Missouri Waltz as Harry
Truman must be. The ship’s
»arber refused vo say a word when
asked his opinion.

The passengers are generally in
bed by 11 p.m., but may be up
early in the morning to take part
in shore excursions, which they
tackle with the grim ferocity
which failed their bankbooks with
black ink entries.

On shore excursions, they gen-
erally opened purses, some of them
spending as much as $1,000 in a
few days ashore. b

The biggest and most expensive
of these shore tours was a three-
week “Air Safari” the length of
Africa. Twenty seven people went
on thig at $1,850 a head.

—Reuter.





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RUM

you want—with the name
most people prefer

Sa 8



FLASH!

LADIES,
JUST OPENED

F mproipeReD

LACE

From Austria

(A very small quantity)

Its Superb Quality and

Dainty Embroidery is
simply enchanting and
indeed irresistable
In White only
36” wide $2.95 per yd.

Also Beautiful
EMBROIDERED EDGES:

Visit - - -

THANT Bros.

Pr. Wm. Hy. St.
6, 42 & 53 Swan Street



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PACKING AND THE CARIBBEAN

LONDON, (By Mail).
Britain's official “Board

Trade Journal” describes condi- p
tions in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad,
in a report of a lecture on packing material
exports to the Caribhean. Thq@ a
lecture was given to the London
Institute of Packaging by Mr. J. J.
Feriggi, of Shell Petroleum Com-
pany, who said that at Port-of-
Spain, the only port in Trinidad
capable of discharging ocean ves-
sels, there were ample storage fa-
cilities for packed goods and the
j port was undoubtedly well organ-



of oa ve goods must be



PAGE SEVEN
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JPESSSSSSISGSISSSOSS DSS PPP PoP ooo I ee
| NOW OPENING— %
CRICKET BATS AND CRICKET ‘SETS FOR BOYS ¥

FLOWERED GLASS FOR DOORS at
pee 5 148) tant & HARDWARE

66600

wnt ose sess ees eS

season, cause corrosion and: rod



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n Trinidad was omen =z
oom the method of oa Just suitable for Sciaool Children ‘
chat ars FH eee ta FOUNTAIN PENS Cheap and
with the con- PEN KNIVES



\ised. The usual types of packages coun’ > eeraees: ome. Sees oreo th , -As a supplement to your normal diet use. . . oe
and materials were seen on the soee in the
quay, buc the tem: tures, to- senting. a serious problen, in



THE COMBERMERE S



1. Required as soon as possible a Graduate Teacher of Modern | \
Studies—mainly, History and English. Should hold an Honours
Degree in History or English, or, alternatively, a good General Degree

in Modern Studies.

2. Salary—-Barbados Seale, viz: —
Graduate—$1,728 x $72—$2,160 x $96—$2,928.00
Graduate—lIst or 2nd Class Honours $1,920 x $96—$3,456.00
Allowance $216.00 per annum if in possession of Teaching

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PAGE EIGHT

B.G. Cricket
Board Will

Protest
-CHRISTIANI GOING

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, March 13
The B.G. Cricket Control Board
has issued the following statement
to-night. “The reply front the W.1.
Cricket Control Board regarding
their refusal to allow Trim to go to
England as seventeenth player was
considered.”
The alternative facing the B.G.
w from
WI. Board and refuse Robert
Christiani, the,colony’s sole repre-
sentative to make the trip and
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| Footba llers
| Worried
| Over Weight

|

| LONDON, March i3.
} One of the many problems
| eonfronting the Football Associa-
| tion in connection with the Eng-
I land team to compete in the finals
lof the World Cup at Rio in June
is the type and weight of equip-
ment to be worn.

It is estimated that an English
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form of heavy shirt and shorts,
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clean bowled Nel and Wilson, the

opening pair. Only 37 runs were} slavia’s Dolinar and V. Harangozo
then.on the board—they were 17) In the final they defeated the
when they were out in the first) Englishmen Johnny Leach and
innings — but Cheetham and! jack Carrington }4—21, 22—20
Wynne, came to the rescue once! »5;__}9 9-15. .
more with a stand of 60 for their | the 1¢- year-old Middlesex ty
third wicket. ; |Miss Diane and Miss Rosalind
Cheetham, the Province Cap-| Rowe sprang the surprise of the
tain, followed up his 98 in the championships by beating Eng-
first innings with 55 not out Innd’s Corbillon Cup pair Miss
The Australians play the last Peggy Franks and Mis Dora
match of the tour against a South Berege in the final of the women’s
African eleven starting on Friday. doubles after dropping the first

—Reuter.

Commonwealth XI Leaves

@ from page 1
be afraid of visiting India, think-
ing they would be performing be-
fore interior officials
“Neither England nor Australia
has better officials to handle tests’



he said.
Duckworth thought Indian
cricket could “improve by leaps

and bounds if more Indian cricket-
ers entered Lancashire Leagu¢
Cricket and returned to India tu
teach what they learned.
“There is no doubt,” he said
‘that Hazare and Mankad are im-
proved cricketers since they have

played League cricket in Eng-
land.”
Duckworth said he was “disap-

pointed” by the criticism of the
Indians’ fielding during the un-
official tests. Some catches the
Indians were blamed for dropping
left him wondering “whether they
were catches at all.”

Speaking of coaching India,
Duckworth said, “every centre |
have visited in India is very keen
to plough back its profits into
coaching schemes and it looks as
though Indian cricket of tomorrow
will be well catered for.”

—Reuter,














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U.S. Sprinter
Breaks Record



MELBOURNE, March 13
Barney Ewell, American holder
of the World Professional Sprint-
Title, twice bettered the

World
Record for the professional ‘
yards here to-day. Competing in
the Bendigo £1,000 (Australian)
(about £800 sterling) gift claimed

to be the world's richest profes-
sional footrace, Ewell, starting
from scratch, clocked 29.9 in the

final of this handicap. He finished
third. Earlier he returned 21 sec-
onds in his semi-finals. The pre-
vious best was 21.1 seconds. The
American was beaten in the 130
yards semi-finals after being
penalised a yard for breaking

MEXICO WINS CUP
GUATEMALA CITY, March 13
Capt. Mario Becerril (Mexico)
won the cup for the nations’ eques
trian event of the international
Sports meeting here. Mexico won
the 3-man team event in the Cup
of the Nations
—Reuter



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BIRMINGHAM,
Britain’s new jet
vill be exhibited at
motor show in New
pril 15 to 23. The car
in \merica, but an official o!
Rover Motor Company whict
ed it said that while the
is on show the gas turbine i
the rear will be visible under <
transparent plastic screen.
Wher e car was first publicly
demonstrated in Britain
week visitors were not allowed t
power unit

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—Reuter



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The Weather
TO-DAY
Sun Rises; 6.08 a.m
Sun Sets; 6.11 p.m.
Moon (New) March i8
Lighting: 6.30 p.m
High Water: 2.34 a.m.,
p.m

1.25

YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) .07 ins.
Total for Month to Yester-

day: .74 ins.
Temperature (Max.) 83.0 °F.
Temperature (Min.) 71.5 °F.
Wind Direction (9 a.m.)
E. by N. (3 p.m, E. by N.
Wind Velocity 16 miles per
hour,
Barometer (9 a.m.)
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SCOLTISH CUP — Fourth Round

deen 3; Rangers 1,
SCOTTISH LEAGUE—Division A

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Celtic 0.

SCOTTISH LEAGUE—Division B
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Partick Thistle 5, Stirling Albion
1; Queen of the South 3, Aber-
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Caribbean Amateur
Boxing Championships

AT GRENADA
ON APRIL 8th. 9th. & 10th

Hibernian 4, Dundee 2; St. Mir-
Third Lanark 1,

Accomodation is available for 25
Guests at the Santa Maria and
Grand Hotels up to March 20th,
Contact: Ralph A. Beard, Hard-
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Booking Agents for above Hotels

COME, AND SUPPORT THE BOYS

Albion Rovers 3, Queen’s Park

Dumbarton 0, Airdrieonians 1;
Dundee United 4, Ayr United 1;
Forfar Athletic 1, Dunfermline
Athletic 2; Hamilton Academicals
4, Alloa Athletic 0; Wolverhamp-
ton Wanderers 1, Sunderland 3
SECOND DIVISION

Blackburn Rovers 0, Southamp-
ton 0; Bradford 1, Sheffield United
l; Brentford 0, ‘Leeds United 0;
Barnsley 0; Cardiff City 1,
; Coventry City 0; Chesterfield 2,
Grimsby Town 1; Hull City 0,
Swansea Town 0; Leicester City 2,
Westham United 1; Plymouth
Argyle 0, Queen's Park Rangers 2;
Sheffield Wednesday 0, Preston
North End 1; Tottenham Hotspur
), Luton Town 0.

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Barbados Amateur
Boxing Association

announces

Novices Tournament

WEDNESDAY 15th MARCH
at 8 p.m

10 BOUTS 10

Special Lighting arrangemnets by
Courtesy of Esso Servicenter

Accrington Stanley 2, Doncas-
ter Rovers 2; Barrow 4, Halifax
Town 0; Carlisle United 2, Hart-
lepools United 1; Crewe Alexan-
dra 0, Rochdale 1; Lincoln City 1
Ney Brighton 2; Mansfield Town
1, Gateshead 0; Oldham Athletic
2, Southport 5; Rotherham United
|, Darlington 1; Tranmere Rovers
1, Bradford City 0; Wrexham 0,
Stockport County 2; York City 2,
Chester 3.

The Schoolboy Championships
have been postponed owing to
a in date with most Second-

ary Schools’ Sports Meetings

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It was unanimously agreed tha jin ‘si shirt, very 01 I q
neither of these courses would be | short stockings, lightweight boots MADE PLAIN” ¥|
in the best interest of the colony’s and very rarely wears shinguards %|
icketpresently or in the future. |cr cottonwool padding—altogether Heee Bisek trot &. Ronare, 8) WEST INDIAN
ever, it was agreed na : | weight of about four pounds. ys » Robs %| ,
strong letter of protest sen ; 30, ac
from the B.G. Board to each mem- naan en Seatoa Sands, Cited tases, Baten. §
ber of the W.I. Board stating our y a % You can book your Air P35, fe: %
severe as in English League ana N. Ireland : anywhere ,
disapproval of the manner in |= : , g 3 and . in the world at No =xtra C
which “we were treated not only Cup soccer and extra protection i: . + | tra Co+%t at the booking” ;
in this matter, but on bed — “HIGH TYME” artistes are here seen putting the finishing touches to their show which opens aenait SRT fre se Naninerintnacnchahiehins 5 eo) aN office of ., i
casi sele e ———————_$=———— | || *
Sons, ie eee inatters in at Bip Empire on Tiredhy night | freedom of movement and allows {}
general.” {eae to get a better “feel” of the Jame st { Ch h | aa
ar was also decided that a certain ‘ jtall, S Stree ure
be taken in La T : t | This is borne out by the fine ; ,
funtre, oh octen te does not wn ennis isa oin e | amaicans j ball control exercised by most Presents ] o% R E
consider it advantageous to re- riump h At eee “Elijah” 4M WV, y
f this course of ac- T wei = Sia .
) Rar seat shea te | Lourmament — ockey conditions {ikely tobe mek in Ble (Medelssohn) | suertiin
va The: public can rest assure G I English players, it te expected, | ED,
i however that as soon as it is eon LIVERPOOL (By Mail). nabsctee a | will be instructed to cut down as MONDAY, March 27th at |
; sidered expedient to make known (B) ‘3
; hat this course of action would Danny Narzani, the “crack”|GuaTEMALA CITY, March 13. | uch weight in equipment as pos- 8 p.m. | nee in Trinidad)
H i, this would be done.” KINGSTON, Ja., March 13. | -\merican jumping jockey js a very! Three Jamaican girls have turs-| sible. It is practically certain that Programmes 1/- obtainable {|| Lower Broad Strec Bridgetown
4; | —(By Cable}! The first International Carib-| iisappointed man these days. ed in a “one, two, three perfor-| tne canvas lightweight boot will a =: OOS \ sameamaie S: 4585 oan
idl j bean Lawn Tennis championships He,came to England a couple of | mance in the 80 metres hurdles 10} be used after successful experi- from the Advocate | NES: & 2789,
it | held at Fairtield Club, Montego| months ago with the sole aim of give Jamaica the triple crown to: res nts which have been made by | oa dase
Hs M C ] Hits | Bay, concluded yesterday was, getting a ride in the famous | the event and confirm the impres- the Football Association lately. oe ][[SSSaaass———"!'
Why e oo patty cones and aa most reese a 4! sion’ that the Jamaican women '3| Silk shirts may also be ordered |
Hy ikely be played again next year, ; “1ntree on Maren 4 field and track squad is the best} ; th il 1 | hn
44 ® hes cis Mane | because ey allow a player to . |
iy First Hundr The ee ten A a Sharitv aber Sten Lord | competing at the Guatemalan | perspire freely and yet keep in Let Him That | It S just the best
i vere aoe aa . “Si ae aa yainsborough made him happy by | | Games. the warmth, One suggestion with |
° ‘Doubles * a Mined the Dou-| asking him to ride his champion} _ Miss Searchwell broke _ the regard to fhe heat problem is that |
Aussies Draw Game jens, ane tans Frank Gnern. | £0% Light, but now this horse has | Central American record with ‘| the England players get together :
sles mais vee = ay ee ad 7, sustained an injury after gallop-| time of 12.1 seconds but it was} for training spells in a large steam- S t rist ome
CAPETOWN, March, S leuk and Fred Shields 11—9, 6—3: | ing into some railings and it is | bot recognised because of th?] heated arena on a specially pre-
Western Proviice waves ae he WwW N Chaffe : nik | doubtful whether he will be fit to| wind. : pared bone-hard pitch similar to
match with the Australians here jin t ; en 2 : = war Wethelec i scanuh PAGE al; | The most disputed race was|those used in South America. to
‘4 to-day and so became oe pecone none ee ee oe ” Narzani is now hoping that a} won by Cuba in the final of the — Reuter.
M5 eee aoe with the touring Fred Kovaleski outplayed Frank | vacancy will oceur for steering| 400 metre relay Cuba’s sprinte: AF L 0 on
on L mcr in re iy to West Guernsey to win the Caribbean| another runner over the severe|ortun surged up in the stretch ree Lecture
Ber rovince’s 908, declared their /Singles crown 6-4, 6—4, 6—1: | Course, so that he can realise his| to reach ¢he Jamaican star Mc- |
ern : nin . ’ adies’ Singles| life’s ambition.—(LNS.) | Kinley, bot mishing neck al a |
first innings closed at 425 for 7} Nancy Chaffee the Ladies ‘Singles PEL han Pa Test Herc aledek tha ro rammes entitled
and then, in just over two hours, | beating Mary re 8 4: ie aries began, the automatic pho-
hit 142 for) Re stopped play at intervals
batting the Province hit ea ee OP : | to-finish device failed to work ‘“*Christi Sci
the loss of 3 wickets before stumps (C.P.) : . Boat ae ristian Science:
ba } oOoxin and the judges, after considera- TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1950
wv Aetialin were only 21 runs | eke | ble discussion, awarded the race| 7 am By News, 7 od sate
: od a to Cuba, although McKinley in-| “"@4ysis, 7.15 a.m. Toni and his Orehes- I :
ann vite pened tovday and the | Fable Tennis: | Is Healthy sisted afterwards that he thought| ji,” “4,0 "asqeneral® Spesking: 8 a.m. ts Tenets: And :
not out batsmen Archer and ‘ - } ne had won, S. ar ne Seer eos mt. oe :
McCool, soon put the Australians B = LONDON (By Mail) _Loesnar Welket of. Trinida: fhe News, 12.10 p.m. News Analysis How It Heals t
ahead. They took the total to 362 ri on ins Belier a | ois S tnt picked up the crown in weigh‘-| j2.15 p.m eon Interlude, 12.3% ae
before Archer was out and 9 a ae . ( ue 3 ae yut the Pane lifting and broke the world recor« p.m Tip Top ane, 1 p.m, be peng
: ness in England i La 2alt = tana : .m. Radio Newsreel, 1. r ~ 7 ~
1) McCool, reaching his 50, registered Men Ss ’ : ‘itle stath ‘today, : Sat ae pounds, o“ sre John Bull's Band, 2 p.m. The News, 2.10 by EARL E. SIMMS, C.S., | have ever i
AL alg te east ern & Promoter Jack Solomons has "Maico poner ie tp eeukaate Tt heave Review, 2:30 Reg of Austin, Texas seen.
ny date, beating his not o LONDON. Maret | created a wor td record in ; pening 4] the swimming and is expected ii the Curtain, 3.30 p.m. Your Song Parade a
Ht ee hen Australie] Richard Ber ‘British hold j. | Sant. to te public. nile up a record margin for any| S2vicc, Fis prim. ‘The Widdle of the Member of the Board of 54” wide
be iy After lunch w von r, McCool, if the fate world ate te nie Soon after the American, Lee Olym oe Games in both swim serve 4.45. p'm.. Montmartre Players Lectureship of in beige
1 scored 41 in half an hour, » Jer of the men’s world table tennis | Savoli , and the British heavy-| OY™P am 3 pm. Incidental Music by Sehiuert, 5.15 The Mother Church in beige,
bi be completed a faultless century be-] title, tonight won the English open - chi ; B Wooa-| Ming and diving.—B.U.P. p.m. Programme Parade, 6.30 p.m € ch, . d
1 ee fore the innings was declared. title for the fourth time in his} “8 Sa ee ae tg oes Generally Speaking, 5.45 p.m. Sandy The First Church of Christ, 1) cream an
ates his Rest hundred in | career ‘cock, signed a contract to meet MaoPherson at the Theatre Organ, 6 p.m. Scientist, in Boston, Mass. | khaki. P.
be This was : . for the World Heavy weight cham- Elgar Memorial Concert, 7 p.m. Th | aki. Per
the first class games in bay a. In the final he beat the French | vionship at. White City aah. Fi b li Mews, 120. Dmb. Srewe Analyas, 7,15 4 $2.30
re Zeala i J ° 2 r, | Londo it ward Ho, 7.45 Letter i ;
uit ee ag peg Ryley pone gg er pe emery ge verse a June. 6 he received 47,600 ootoa from Londan, 8 pth.” Radio Newsrec! Thursday, 16th March |. ¥
Pity ff “ahi | written demands for seats. 8.15 p.m. Soarven: usic, p.m |
this season. game in a match which lasted an| jv" pore inte : The Mews, 9.10 Tiina Was teow ‘
ny McCool did not make @ mistake | hour. Letice tio seating tapechty of the} Results ertiin, 9.18 p.m Gn, the Job, 9.30 p.m aca |
hi [el and in all, two minutes} In the all-American women’s | write City Stadiuy ee 46,000. we BBC Midiand Light Orchestra, Pek in the c A V é
HM Short of three hours and hit 7! singles final Miss Mildred Shivhan | * The : ieidlas, “9 a. « x + LONDON, March 13. 1 Tae Stone fr. 18. ppm Shape | joel |
i , fours. The Province, as in the} of Boston scored a convincing win i a eine " Neem vga Football results of games play-| p.m. Report from Britain, 11 p.m. The Christian Science Church, |
ey first innings made a dismal start) over Mrs. Reba Monness of New England these’ dave eraures. , {ea on Sdturday “in the United | News. se ; | S H E Pp iad E R D
Hh when batting « second time for| york by 21—5, 21 19, 21 ungand ‘these day reset OM Kingdom are as follows: Garrison Hill. |
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,.y. MAKCI1 II. 195U Barbados He Was Struck fish Banks InHisRightEye To Be Mapped And Lost It HAKBAlMIS UW04 \I I \J Bendix Supersonic Deptn •jenrder has been installed on the iJEitrtinwnt Research boat "In! Jlmator."* This Recorder will be —a a locating flatting banks both E^m and unknown. Then 2au will be recorded, size ostpiud and these will be plo'.tev. permanent charts for I'utun -frrtnee by all fishermen am. -gerrsted persons. "jj, D. W. Wiles, fisheries Mker, told the Advocate yesterday Mt Airing the short time th^i %  kg instrument has been in -aeration l[ can ** sa < rla one 2' discovery had already beer Court ofClrJX AW ** '^ liorria had given him Mwf removal ' Ihe ew. postponed • T r|or JS IbBt i 10 soy, the llshins rln ,on Morns boat her. SW commonly known as "Un-i B c " *1 had just TTch.llnwj" unfl Middle Shalor "1* club went towi -uc Shallows" and Middle Shal u" on the South-eastern part j the island, are in fact only one The longest part of this bank is n far estimated at over two miles n^ninn i" depths from 36 to 41 fathoms of water. He saw that this inlormation i_ ppjntni to naiiennett nauiug „. au, IWIIK ior King mo, Hwoui aays When ihe seas, a^ generate in that area, it WUUIU u>. to imii un tin.* Dan* net[ota*i. that is tu say, "Miaou* janiow to "Lonuou suauow aiiu QMJ; again, at no tune beiweet. not nwrics would they ue oil in* M I %  -hat unuer the presen •notice of Ashing both "Middle %  jjuiiow and "London Shallow" in Oe North-west and Souih-eas direction, the boats are only over C* bank lor less than some lUo vir k He said that work continues drily by the "Investigator" with nrw of not only Hating rtyuifc 4* but actually to nnd vtether large pelagic species anabo in the area. %  It is hoped in a very short lime to be able to pass on much Information to the local fliberntn", said Mr. Wiles, He salt feat as soon as a few more definite drtads fiad been worked out. the Sjhermen would be more enlighltatd about (ishing in Barbados. On Wednesday last week the I r" caught 64 heads of jatbgic fish, made up of dolphin aid King fish Eleven hundreu lying fish were brought in from a Bating trip on Friday. PHEHNU weui out yeiercuiy aut. -linn ... me %  ^ %  revuM*'. ipmn .Hid io King it.-... It is i.ur.KMuii mat tne I Committee of tsetnel £Jjnu*a) Maul is ortsK at work airanaui will ue neiu oi. re beincl Grounds on Lastei hV't Holiday. 1 HII I'l.A^A I lit AI Kt in Outms is the Oral Cinema in fee island to install their own %  anoanei.t -stand by generator'. Otter Cinemas are forced to limit tar ahows to every other day bui %  e "Plaza" with its Lister Engine aanow operate too .shows daily. 'THE YAWI. POTICK. which sank a few months ago, is Hal resting on the bed of the taer Basin. Moss has now Iiown on the part of the boat that %  under the water. TW: EXTENSION to Messrs Manning ACos building at is now nearly competed. 1-abourers were busy Jtsterday preparing the floor to be wenfted and others were paint%  I beams and building a stair"y It is understood that the top •Mr of the building will house Jr Electrical Department while %  t ground floor will be store %  I TBE LOSS OF four oil drum. valued $80 was reported hy Hh Alleyiuof Reed Street. He pfr d 'hat they were rcmnved • ihe Wharf between Mnrch *wd 4. They are the property Messrs. DaCosta ^ Co., Ltd. QWENDOLYN JfiFFEBS oi /* Kocb-.i rtd that %  liquor snop at tne same adores* "> broken and entered between H* pm. on Friday and "Saiuruay. A Kadio, %  aymg nin and >lu40 in east. m.lsirig. The total NO.48. 'P* LOSS OF a quantity Oi cigareties and Klim Milk J*der was reported itv Jcrmuine J^Ky of tuitions Cross Road. %  "ated that her shop at the % %  tddiess was broken and en*W between noon and 8.30 p.m Sunday an,i the artli d. The> arc valued $20 4b %  belong to Messrs, Ja* A. • I ITHtR DANIEL of RtBsVz** vous Hill, Christ Church. 2*"d the lost of a Valkyrie 2? C valued W5 He stated that ^eycie was removed from out%  the shop of Evans Phillips r ^rgeant's Village between P-m. d nd 8.10 p.m. on Satur%  Ins property. L"' BE IKK E of Sayers Court. Chnt Church, reported the g a ewe sheep valued $12. JT "ated that it was removed "J> net open yard between 8.00 ET.y rrtd y and 6.00 ajn. on !" v It is hei property. M* AUBEEY DOIGLAS Tb.Jtr^ TH 8 ,hir 1 l*cure on £***lbkn and Jacobean HIsZ"? %  > Utcrature" will be 5J !" the Library at SpeightsaWM. ., 8 pm on Thursday ft* ' %  His subject w 2*JWreaii Ijf, I JJW1 IK.1ITVKAB-old ?,"!. Mar >h o( Vault Thomas, died suddenly *0 a.m. on Saturday IjaZrt*^ walUoi to be atjgT 1 %  '." Dr H G Cumm|u. ^ !" WV was performed by Dr CT* !" ;>>id death was, ^^Beauses "<>l MES of Walker'. crowd and the •Ofii.t come out /ent towards the and joined in a remark which someone m the crowd had made about Morns' sexual prachS ,n h, M rr L 5 PUlUn8 h > hand in his pocket tilted on what and let Ellcock have a cuff to eye Head "Went Off" J^£.. told thp Courl hi* "d went off when he got the blow, He wa taken to the General Hoapital where he remained 42 days Dr. A A. Gibbons said m the land that Ellcock had been admitted to the Eve Ward on September 17. He had examined him next day and found that he had a rupture of the cornea of the right eye. and there was a protrusion of some of the contents of ihe eye ball. The rupture was repaired as far as was possible. At that time Ellcock said he could just see the light vaguelv The condition of the eye did not OVed during October. He was discharged from the Hospital on October 30 Ellcock had alleged that the injury had been caused by I blow. He (the doctor) was of the opinion that it could have been caused by such %  blow delivered with %  fair amount of force. To the prisoner the doctor replied that if Ellcock had fallen on the straight edge of a with considerable force, he could %  ived such an injury; not if he had fallen on a coconut shell. S'-lf-deiencc Mums addressing the |urj oil his owe bebaU put up %  plea oi self-defence. He said that after the fight with Cainnglon, he was going home, and Ellcock held him He tried in vain to escape. EQcoi k started to choke him and "the breath left my body and my eye* became dark. Then I let go a cuff and I do not know whether Ellcock got it in the face or chest." %  %  fur ihe Crown was : Miss M. E. Bourne, Acting Legal Draughtsman. Morris was unrepresented. Guilty Of Lummy Ethelbert Coppin pleaded guilty of larceny of $53.60, and Mr. J. E. T. Brancker, his Counsel, asked the Court to be lenient. SenU postponed. The Court sits again at 10 a.m. to-day. Princess Playfield •) from page I but ive have to wait and see what Rum will be allocated for the earning on of the good work in makrecreation passible for the pee] i mis parish. As yeu axe probably aware, the population of the pariah of St Mirharl comprise* 4lP, of Ihe population of the whole island; 26 elementary schools and 8 private schools house about Zi% of the children of school age in the isUnd I have no doubt that you will agree with me that the bulk of Ihe Labour Welfare Fund should llocated to St. Michael with her density of population and her lack of suitable recreational facilities for the so-called working and middle classes and their children. I need not stress further the desirability of developing these playIng lields a. averyoM lure knows that physical exercise is as necessary for the growing child as its rood Thanks now to thank all those people who are responsible for all the work put Into the development of this playing; Held and the buildI pavilion. You can see for yourself that much care has been' taken in the laying out and construction, and the painting and touches which were done by Mr. C. M. Worrell and Mr. Percy Bruce cespectively. The road'was the work of Mr. O. Worrell. Mr. Redman, our Vestry responsible for the laying out •( the pla.wng Held, and Bth saw after the lawn for us. I have kept the best bit of information for the last. I am sure you will be very pleased Io know that Her Rojsl Highness. Princess Alice ha* iraciously consented to have this plaiiaut fteW named after her. Again Your Excellency and Mrs. Savage. I must thank you for your presence here this afternoon and %  ask Your Excellency to declare this Pavilion and Playing Field open. The Governor said: — "As a parishioner of St. Michael. I am very pleased to have been riven the privilege of opening this Playing Field and Pavilion. It is the second, provided from the Labour Welfare Funds, which I have opened and there can be no doubt that the moncv for these schemes Is being appropriately utilized for they are the very foundations oi the deveionment of a healthy body and a healthy mind which arc essential whether in the field of social, economic or political progress. The recent visit of Her Royal Highness Princess Alice and the Earl of Athlonc is still in our minds and in our hearts, and it pleasure to see the manv nnd varied demonstrations i I lb* Crown e went in this Island. PAGE FIVE Assize Diary I I ISDAV I4TII No. ii Rex re. CUrlea Arthur. No. 3 Rex v*. Dalion Hade: and (.onion Harris. w\ DNKBDAV I5TII No. 10 Rex t,. Horolh> ( %  Heath, No. 9 ol November: IS49. Ke\ n Rudolph Wtlaoa TOO BUSY TO READ FEDERATION REPORT | **ong Charles R„we Bridge |n j£ Sou.d ..... tfsWWr name ine body u In perpetuitv U taas Hrgfin. Coroner Adjourns Death Inquiry The inquiry into the death of Trevor Jordan was again adjourned until March 18 by Mr. E. A. McLeod Coroner of District "A yesterday. Jordan %  l2*year-oW St. Giles School bov was involI Mtal accident while returning from school ubout 330 p.m.. on January 23. Before the inquiry was started the seven-man Jury accompanied by Mr. McLeod was taken to the scene of the accident. Arthur Applewaithe a 31-yearold cooper of My Lords Hill Mid that about 3.30 p.m. on January 23. be was going down Kingston Road riding a bicycle. He heard %  bus horn behind him and looked back and saw the bus X-470. The bus was going fast and so that it could pass him he rode Into the gutter. As the bus pa w ed he saw a motor i... up Kingston Road and the samel time a donkey car up Kingston Road on the left sloe of the road. 'Bus Swerved Some boys were in the road and when the bus passed he noticed that the bus swerved to the right side of Ibi right front wheel of the bus crushed one of the boys to the wall. The bus did not strike the car. Only the donkey cart was struck. The bus was travelling on the left and proper side of the /oad K him. [van l irrington %  % %  chool boy said on the afternoon of Januai> 23 he was walking down Kingston Road on the rigl-t hand aide. Ta i other boys were with him and all of them were walking one behind Ihe other. Trevor Jordan —the boy who was killed—was leading. While they got near Stoke Hole Road the, came across from Stoke Hole Road without stopping and the same lime the bus X-470 came down Kingston Road and pinned Jordan to the wall in trying W swing away from the car. The car struck the (V and the bus. The fast and the donkey cart was on the Wt side of the road. When Jordan got struck he and the other bo> ran backwards. Assaulted P.C. Fined 30/A line of 30/to be paid in 11 daya or in default one month'* imprisonment waa impoacd on John Redman o( Waterhall Land b) Hia Wonhip Mr. H. A. Talrrui He waa found guilty of asaaullinn H. P. C J8 Knilht while in the execution of his duty on March 6. Molasses Going To Canada Katox vessel 'Exploits" now berthed opposite the Harbour and Shipping Department, is taking a load of molasses for Baltimore, Canada. The "Exploits" arrived here on Saturday with salted Ash from Newfoundland. It will be here until Wedneeday. Messrs. W. S. Monroe St Co.. Ltd., a.e local agents. 'Kadar" Brings Iron Steel For Seawell oe tyn -. alaed plpea tubee, electrical ajMliai iron and 1 ttrdi v morning by the 161 -ton M. V T. B. Radar from Trinidad for us, In the construction of the new runway at Seawell. This cargo was consigned to N' Harrimon I It was not unload* the T B Red, berth In the I i equipment which arntly tor Sesn i by motor vessel Corneas whirl. la expected to make about two more similar calls. Leaving Trinidad the T. B. Radar called in at St i finished loading for Barbados. ram thi %  d "t i um barrels, l.r*. tUee, cedar %  i m bulk. Messrs Schooner Owners' Association are agents. 18 Return From Bermuda former, y %  ed homo OB Sunday evening by the naval ship "Gold Ranger." They wen I atoaon, E. Darlington, J. King, L I Carew, C. V. Worrell, II Smith, R. Taylor, C. Archer. W. lUukv. C E. Btraughn. <; v Thompson, O. Farnum, G Hue).. F. Wiltshire. S. Goodridge and W. Mayers. Two of these have come on leave while the others' agreeThe %  Gold Ral net left potl night for Trinidad Led to call here again before goic. Bermud i For the past few days the "Barbados Advocate" has been trying iiiiiionts from various i. life on the proposed British raiibbean Federalion, but without result. Several members of the House f Assembly and of \hv St %  rare apfroached 111 .ill with OM exception said that they had no) sport on the matter. One Assemblyman said that he ken up with the lion of the Colonial and the of the Vestry of which body l a member, thnt he had 001 had time to give any tonsideration to Ihe Federation Report. aid, the portion of %  appeared in the I '1 ,-.sChauffeur On Manslaughter Charge Julian Greenidge a 55-year-i .hauffeur of My U>rds Hill w charged before His Worship a E. A. Mel iislaughter in connectaoo wi the death of Ro>.i Small win in nit on Saturday. He w remanded until March 20. $3, 700 To Repaii Parochial Pro/H-rties IN ST. JOSEPH %  agreed t. 00 for the Bu;lding ( pairs to, different parochl mate for 1930— IB51. Last year's pro\; $4,018. The Social Welfare Officer wrote to the Veetr? informing them that then whether or not Ihe pttM kind with a Cnrnmunit) Hall In-Execuunittee. When the Ing the i Rev. Mallalieu. I The reason* why prlmary and secondary school children were back.' was because the) to read properly. many subjects ol leeaei imporiht with mon j than was read it has been Vestry to remit taxes for the wooded portion ol Foeta. Hall postpone considerati.w! report of the Inspect^: which dealt with the U\m; ol the Foster Hall Plantation That) ware of the opinion that the dealt with trees ihould I I %  decided to pay six cents to the planter ol trees specified. Liquor, Herrings Come From Holland stun* from Am ti hei i nigs and ralti Antwerp, anlil i corntswdttBai "i food arriving ai llarbadOh ton Dutch motoi which is conaJ : .. tuppUai liqueura, cm. wine, material ai 'I am a proud coDaumer of ... GOAT CHOW The row begin their young ones on CALF STARTENA ihtalnablr from II. JASON JONES & Co.. Ud. YOU MUST SEE THESE SPECIAL LINES! SIMPLY UIAZJNG VALUES! CRINKLE GEORGETTE In Him.Blark -.-... 1 %  lllur. I.tffn ..mi I'iuk •I H Ml. • SATIN BACK CREPE in OrisiI in. 1.1 lil and Turquoise I1JI Ml • SHARKSKIN M 7ii and M -'i MI. <^"1 T'.a IIAIIIIISO.NS BROAD STREET THIEF FINED 30/Gasoline, ktrosrmArrive From I"dad On Sund-y evening motor vessel "Ruflna" ( 1,866 tons net at Bridgetown laden with 294.000 U.S. Gallons of gasolene and 141.000 U.S. gallons of kerosene from Trinidad r*C Was Here I from New Yort yealerday raorTilnfl by "Fort Amherst" wei Kdward A. Proctor and Mr. and Mrs Thomas Held The "Fort Amherst" (1.946 ton net) passenger-freighter ol thi I lived Vi. Grenada hringinx to this port R8 intransit pa New York, it brought a few carpenters' tools. F-arly last night it left port for Martinique in. Ltd Bus, Lorr\ Collide %  leen Gooding and Alice Gay. aufU shock afier the 'bus accident GoodinK was detained at the General Hospital while Oaj •Bt home. Hi .undent occurred on Si Patricks Road. Christ Church a 1 about a.30 p.m. on Saturday between motor lorry X 781 0WMd irighl Mill. nirch and driven by Kvelyn Best of St. Patricks, and the "bus, P 77. owned General 'Bus Co (Jraflon Moldei Philip. The front feeder, head lamp and upright of the bus were damaged. INDECENT LANGUAGE For using indecent language oi Bay Street on March 11. Ina Yard of Roberts Tenantry was fined 15/in 14 days or one month's imprisonment by His Ml II A Talma yesterday Elthelbert Dowries of %  bury Road was f\r--4 30 days or one month I ment by His Worship H A. erday when he was found The I guilty of stealing Avo towels valnd an autopsv was periprmcett Alice Playing Fl^ld' andiued at 6s.. and the pi Ut A P declare Lh< 2) h 12. EPHEDROL quickly reliei tt COLDS and CATARRH It i Icars the nasal pasaagesto reaasOVt tuthncus aiul die JiNtriing conditinn* of head colds and catarrh. The patent naal appisCatlon In-ttlc |g infinitely better than spray or dropper, anJ can be .arried conveniently in handbag ur pocket without fear of leakage. MadV \rj CLAY & ABRAHAM LTD.. Liverpool. England Obtainable f rera all Drue Stores I hMGIITS LTD.. AGENTS DI8TRIBLTORS. 25 YEARS AGO Barbados Advoealr. Mai.li 14. IMll Haih.uios Aris and rafts So. iet> The Barbadoa \ 8 i .' %  t^'Bxhil II Ijidy O'Bi.IMPORTANT Willthotr Prrioni who have purchased ROW 101 to 111 for Friday Night 17th •" IIH.II TBeE" kindly communicate with the EMPIRE THEATRE Booking Office ai soon ni possible JttJL VnSLTL A.JtTKX ( I I I I I \l. M -iins. bch SI 98 S2.2G \l Kli V (I II II. Ml III: v S2 til USE GLOY MI1IIN I 'IMIIIM MIOS i \es. S3 86 ,-i \ I~I \sn ( ORON Mill.I in VIMS and IIUIIK (lr*rm in i-cllular so to 48 inchM. Bl: MIII imn rvJAMAS pad dealfn*. BUM 'I* Ml IKIillll.i: I'VJAMAS Oood Quail N Io M Per mil $7 Pai -ml $3.74 CAVF. SflEPaTO & Co.. LTD. Ill, II, 12 & I : III...ni Street They think her nightdress is new— It looks new— because it's always washed %  LUX iiiki, r.Mr • .w.irlv in Ihe A So safe :. Lux i peril your wathing Id LUX KIEPS ALL 1TY -.'.OTHH LIKf



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE TtKMUY, MARCH U .• T IPS! ilrl", from Is" London rlosH v KUirdrd fa*! unlit le-dat. EUbOTJC caatfen* an alwa>s taken to pit-rent fashion pirate* from due to sluggish Kidney Acti* Short evenlnr dress** will be uimmrr favourites. Michael Sherard trlnu Ibis Mark taffeta model, worn orer a pmk -and Mii k net petticoat, and matchinf stole with tiny Casual top coat from Worth is prtmroae-yellow heavy linen over a cinnamon linen suit Coat has dropped waist line and pockets and stand-up frame collar. Return of the crinoline evening sown introduced by Norman Hartnell. While Duchess satin makes this beautiful on trimmed with lattice work of *reen leaves and pink silk row* Bodice of dark treen satin. The craped shoulder is DIKby Morton's new sleeve feature. Silk afternoon dress In red and black check* and hat showing the "vi-or veil A 1920 suit, adapted to 1930 b> < harles Creed, has a straiiht boxy Jacket and ilim. short skirt In Bedford rord. fiahib faffing H Returning Next Year and Mrs :.fretfully yesL %  .! Princess Alice IMa>i!<. w v who live in Amsterdam. fork. As jrur • %  evenwe general 1 \ I % %  '... \ coming back Mai luvellinc %  Amherst'' For Discussions i %  Si'i.i : | .; was in iiarbad' Of Com%  mxtion with the I.e..'. Aiao tar f it ww* Sir J-.hi. mut l—C %  I Snr fcfr F E C Br-r-'l MCP %  UN B4rta.L Mr. V C Oodd VM Mra Qpddard. Mr \ iv. Mr R A WotharhNMl. Mr SM MM II A Tutor, M> fd Ml 1 K Granmam. Mr and Mrs C C *• Mr E I' >' sod Mi. lSjrtlltn. Mr sod M -Ml Mrs N M C P '.*• Ad-m. Dt R II K. IN A VMIC>W\. ft* %  her mother lira, Hoi vens who was not feeling wail tnough to come ashore yesterday They were all making then Aral tr.p to Barbados u .1 lovaiy day on the btl Took the Opportunity M R. K. G. GRANVILI.K. wh is (< igsr of Sales & Traffic Depart B.O.A.C. London, m : A yntartsiy i I held tn turned by the same 'plane vi;> Embroidered linens will be >n important summer fashion. This two-piece by Matth If in beige linen with black % %  uhejlcar" embroidery. Cartwheel hat In beige straw and black linen. Intransit A MONG the passengers arriving here yesterday morning on the "Fort Amherst" Inti i from New York on the 19-dgj children are still in the islam: mrt Mr. Robert If and will be leaving by the s.s Schutz. an Architect from Con"Gascogne" some Umc n necttcut; rag Crar.. The entire family have I November n ..ife Insurance Compai. enjoynblt winter in the West InA:in Mar.e S'. | d has asked me to say Ontario who Is 1 : i all his friends whom cow be did not have the opportuni: She Is travelling with of seeing due to his hasty deparFred Says Cheerio J OCKEY Fred Payne, who rode Miccessiully at the rerace meeting, returned home York. From New York, Fred Wall take a ship for England but he expects to miss the first part of the Pony Turf Club season Which begins this month. Payne and their three VC7 IN W a %  r*.s Grenada Holiday M R G. C l-YLE. who has been staying at thi > ; i July, 1949. hft VM terday by li W I A. for a holiday Bad*. Miss D Woodhams who Is also a guest at the i %  • will be gpi holiday In An Advisory Capacity who If undertaking in %  %  tfrday bv ding group* ar-^ved from Brll i 1 guest at the H %  r A r < uim—lie Sfr .1. -Hrt Mr v. KC F and Hri Cunitnliw. Ml* r 1. riro T A-'-iU-r HOP MR a Mann M (! P Vi c A %  W W UNT*. M C P Mr" %  Mr /kd Vn O n Oooptn % %  v f MT. P W-rti Mr P. I %  Mr W W Mrrrtl* and M L ADY Hi.: Mat %  With Mr J W. Booth, he ha* I visit to Trinidad, and as there was a vacan' opportunity < f co'ninj; to Bn bsKsM Mr. J. IVrvy T.ivlor. Branch M.magcr of It W l.A. was at Seawell u> meet him. Welfare Officer for Dominica M R L. A ROBFJITWelfaro Officer of Dominica. tuns after the races. After the Races M R. O. P BENNETT, well known Weft Indian turltc. and the Official Start-%  irned to Trinidad by On Sunday. M RS Leo Williams, wife of Mr %  :o Tr-^ad yesterday by B.W.I.A. after at tending the Races. Mr. W.lliam.s will be remaining for a couple 01 days. M R. A. Gonzales (Jodkcy) left for Pdad yesterday evening by B.W.I.A. after taking part in ttu B T.C. Spring Meeting. They were all guests at the Sea V.ew Guest House. Honeymoonert J^til. & MRS. HUGO A. JORDA CROSSWORD 1 i 1 J 1 K i r r • -* • li — \ *> 1 .-' ij %  %  r \are here on their VA*a&w honeylay b; Vene the "Lad' 1 :md ia staying at the Haitlna On Business Visit A. P. Do FREITAS. TravOU Co %  Ming Anal n( British Gui%  b) B W 1 A %  %  was staving at Se-.i View Gues' M", San zuela. via Trinidad. in for one week and are staying at the Ocean Vfctw Hotal In Venezuela. Mr Jorda Is with the M* i 1. Sort of toctuT.j olUn tted down to. (4, tl On sod 00 I so to Uid Bikvd-i-. 1&1 10. 8ucD U renown. U) U. Diu suiil of Oory beandy M nssnt itom tgt. iii I A runas trom Vosaa otarj. M* t. pfraoo Dorrowa a— IT (rum varu^us sources, not oaosaWT ID opinion. 181 10. He carerui. UUa Is jour OjowasSaU. f) 18 Doubie •llstraca t (4) II Tou mar sake rour Uilsat aruaa taom. 151 11. Overhead In anauered DuudUMis. IS) 20. Dry euct ot raML Ml Si. Kepubedly rtrr close to losa. (*> 23 Tito terlnkier of Ihu toi'e osa. 1 H. Fna reverae of bcrnc fed fee ssw IDOTDlDC. (S| Is. Tou oeve Beeo proadaed a Sssd* U you do. (4i 3S. Wae a Browol^ wUl a oSMei she sjroere up. (A) Down l. A ruler (and tMe la BO oaweary lalei. (i OOMDI 1 at tt l a apreanete. \*\ J. Taa'U Bad Ude at toppin* (SI L ro %  ,! %  >• at tu aa*e a symbol. 1*1 I ^aaained. ill 0 raia U oe.dec v nMed. <0| 7 The ds* 1 eanae MSSsssM X Oee-veU wbsti YM esdes dslereoU). 18) iu InaiiUoaie object woreniaped oy Modern Pilgrim BARCELONA W; 1 tl pilgrim <>( tlie Mlddll umptoMd a three-yeai MIT !l:tuut;h Spain. Mi ted 5.000 churches am lid gladly go 01 tor the rest of my lin if God would thereby hear m' and make my only daughtei %  sa'd. The man %  I daughter has been ai ilrth. [IFE IS NOT K „„) ^ *-• a troubled wiu. 2?£ rhcua..t,c p., nl ...ftrSfS 7l\. h M" h tod w momm of all ata uu *nd ncommmd Dm HW diurtitc and urinary amutpuc 10 iae JU-T and ntigKbourt. ^* I iM- li Kuc. SOtlUft C* iiHentet'S o-Mh l M' Vesersie.. 14. Rust, jf'am". B, LevM* an .. L.l..'.l 14 : Rupert and the Caravan — 44 BY THE WAY f iU rompensati tha< it wii,h is the liti %  Kiel "d % %  : '•-.•i >ui ::. •urnlni %  'fi'i U is often .. good deal Hy beachcomber %  arrived, and removed i I bar. in %  away by JI farmer. The hay was the:' %  %  I .* ..**. %  ||.\ iiH t T naio ..ii ltd UM warm ai .. h would Sfiabat Ihi balloon-lite, from tm n much smoki bl i tiniiu> bsifada n A'. i and had the outbreak uiul roughly soaked that It woul light ,i second Um I %  with lauk I i^il non-1 liht I sat was to I ghi to-da* iv a ma nil I i light the hay In the iron baal.c %  igh the bai 1-i.sket. and was munching happiK The sage pulled the anim.il'* tail %  urtga The fire brUtwh wo ... % %  .... %  i l ."li the bars, and UM attempt was abandonee I day. T-lisne. There ie rouble ahead in lalernaUooal affairs (Morning paper.) A S the IsM ptOVl %  Hie. till 'do troubles you." •uitoi >•• a swss 'i t>oi IOI torig. PcaCB aadtl nn ICIK> KUIXH pro. duit* ih. W.,k *dlln *nd places ii in Sam • handi. At ihr tccl ol it Sam iivct a tl ,i> ,nd utikci s maich. "Why. II II ,hf .cry a>a|M hr (tin. "And rhete' (h Kctci inside ft, stir and sound, ail HIUIIT. m .;. % %  you gel l|_ awel 11:11* trllo* like (rom thu treat pirate >" Let'i |[o home and I'll tell you ill about it." laugh* Rupert. So they t -.rj Sam's inkle u not quite better, ic he leant on Kupen'i tho the? un tee ihr duk ouiluie ol the lorie. udl [eineied, ntsmvtO God Alonr (KOWN GINGER BEER Guild fur a Shandv t^ \ IIWIMJAI.S NEWLY ARRIVED for your Easter Needs ilioose Now : Pinstal £ Patent Finishes in Black, White. Tan 6 Wine. $3-09 to $6.41 Shades NEW §PCI§ BLAC 0 U N r TE $1." t.lAHtl LAST SHOWING TONITE 8.45 Geo. RAFT in RED LIGHT IIOVAI. Worlhings NO HHOW TO IIA V i \>i -inn "li'M -im i.irvn lih C^acJv* COBURN. Helen WAi.KEH K.MIMIII-: UM -illtlH lONKtHI I tn oir\nt I-AI.O wltta IM Ml-11 When Children Are Thin SCOTT'S EMULSION HELPS THEM GROW STRONG Thin wask children who oeed more AaD Vitamins develop .irons; bodies. tron bones, ttrong white teeth and resiitaart to ;uld utiea you give ihtm good-tatting Scott'. Emulsion regululr. moia than just a ionic IT'S POWERFUL NOURISHMENT ICBss*! Emulsion i* a gold mine nl natural Aau "11 rail si it • a wIsssTlflr. good tailing lunu. ^SCOIIS EMULSION HIGH ENCRGY FOOD TONIC AUI \ i n 111 it i IM:.M.\ Me !" -,;-), WKDNESDAY NIGHT AT 8.M DAVID NIVEN and Jane WYMAN in "KISS IN THE DARK" with VICTOR MOORE WAYNE MORRIS BHODERICK. CRAWFORD \% .ii ii. i Broa. 'bit new SiTren Succaaa*. %  MB Mk ka mr.i -Xnd ia ..: I Ml lint, P L A Z A Moitdamin Preeenta ••MAsaAcaB aivta Kor>' CAi.HOLN Out' MADISON aaid QBMMrSONI ON PAKAIll. MONUGRAM-S TWSS1111.1. saa I BF.DDIB STin 0t / DIAL 8J0J rOff tESEIVSriON X '*-*;'.;*, ',','. •,',', '-'/ v* v-*.. '.v*-**-'.'%  > --'-' ''*'ssssvWHMfi A FEW SPECIAL ITEMS SUITABLE FOR BIRTHDAY GIFTS M Mi: BRUSHES by Kent LEATHER PL USES—WALLETS THEBM0S FLASKS—CAMERAS, ETC. COLLINS 1 DRUG STORES CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE" Cleanse the system from blood Impurities ; many sufferers from rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive great benefit from this well-known medicine. la LIQUID UIUI fOKM Choose a HERCULES BICYCLE r.d MAKE Cycling a Pleasure We can offer GENTS, LADIES and the POPULAR SPORTS MODEL Also• %  Cycle Lights, Locks, Polishing Cloths, HI Oil Cans, and Lubricating Oil. 28, Broad Street <.-."••*' Under the-Dollar" Dress Values now displayed in the Windows AT EVANS & H1TFSELDS H I THE BARRADOS CO-OPER/.TIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED GLOBE THEATBE ITrxnta on WEDNESDAY. Marth 15l. *- l fM ANDRES DALMAU lnlrriulloiial Mollnlal AND GENOUEUA DALR41 (Olrbrawd American Planbl) IN A 2 HOUR MUSICAL CONCERT BJggV' 1'Kll I Orch. seal. $1.00. < Irtlf I/-. B lc "' u (Unrrvationa and Sale ol Tlrk.U Dalll fl ill u I mm n TO A (.MEAT AHTlsT Vork Time. fk* qualily si lone ol Dalmau ia a splendid one. • lechnlque l> simply amazing. '—"Dalmau tunci. powerful and brilliancy of lone, qualities vt*7 in viollniats. He Is marvellous in double trills. In triple **SP* 'isa*th Wear Task irihunr I ail night ai Ihr Tow:. ' ""'""Jjoas 1 fal a* b. i • • Hia sound is purtin rapid fingered octaves ne ^^^$ a proi-.. .-.h the half dozen actual "tint.****"



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T iiSDAV. MARCH 14, 1950 CLASSIFIED ADS. BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN -5*=== i*X£i Week BMS $1 00 Id*"* " *• 01 ***•'" *B e ^au*. .aeno* D ""'• 1 M M 1 H l.M Jg*IMMtUn— %  *^_a UP* ^L^ [UK* 0* 1 10 11 l.M 0fSi ^VOCATX .11. ndayi '*C ri_ATS fun, „„„„. ^^ %  uSEuE Si 1 •. Now iUbl* Modem in i,!,, — II -1 5 0—Hi issr^^s IN MEM0RIAM aa iv, w which h* %  laid. „$ %  .•?• %  •""' "*•'" "* •"? S W SEmUM""bJ Emm. ** ^,1.7 Alt**, <.:<-'mir. l-.mb.ri. SANTA CLAA_0„ S, it, t?.^ !" :. '"•p""" .nd Tali.. e Kn Rudder. Dial lit, "*" %  _."*"•'" %  ;-' Lima MM f.sil"*S rnemorjr of pur Dell "f^LiS^ !" i Fstiier. AI.IKK:: %  CKS -.%  SUy DAK1XL. srhi (-.^•Il-Hnown Voice had ceiled JTL-X*tin* daj • %  sssss^i'i-v U]M III — "^'Tu'JS.d.. the Thonfjj HJS0-ln FOB %  % %  %  • WOSOTlVt J-0-* Chevrel.i Sadan 1M1 U^ STaaad order Cole A Co Ud • %  ar*"" II. 3. SO—4i OFncE-Mwhin si n, EflSS V,, •tSt't^ *i("y w B Hutcrilraon 4 Co 1* 3 St—I., n In iar .••* %  > Buy JLV 0 !"^ 1 *' *" ""V M Law" \_. L %  *•*. **h Iffyus* Hari u ** Ci-ch*lot. M V Ifcu.st> g* B M >(inni. h Ad... Mae Sen ZlU VHUH. Srh l^uidalpha. Srh i Mb. Sett Wonderful rUll •ellor. Seh AdSltnn. Srt, AM* II §eh Timothy A II Vanduylen. Seh H V Cptoi,.. VHBIVM* S S. Port Amheew. I.MS Ion* nM. Car" Keen rtom Greeted*. Afrnii Da to. ft CO. LM Vchooner lUaell Scott. JO lone net C.pt Mark*. Iron, St Vincent Afti S.r..onee 0• %  ner• %  AMorution Scnoener Turtle Do\w. si toeui net. Cap. *>. mm Briti-ri GuUn*. AjentScnooner U-nm A*eortallion M V Her *w. 1210 toeui n\. C*Pt Tuirker. from Ou-deoupe; Ae.ir £ P Muaean. Son at Co.. Ud M V Oold Itanvej-. IMC Un net Cp; tartar, from Heemude Schooner Bnniw. 71 tone net. C*pt '"--ke. from BriUM OuLau. A#mt: Scenwwwr <*mm+ m A W f auon V S Ruflna. IJM ton. net, dpi Rdoed*. rrom (Jeef^d.. Afnu: Dk CoeO A Clo.. Ud M V r ,| IUiM. lid lone net. <"P KWL from TflnidAd >u SI UKU Ai.eu Seheoner Otrnn' Aeeociaaion DEFABTVU* Srttceaver Ma-in'rir U. 10 tone ne: C*p% Ooodin*. f. Si Vincent. Agenu %haanee Ownew' AnWMUon .Sciwonee MoUy K Jonea. IT taets net c-pt Ctouden, foe Itonunic*. Aje*n D 1. Johitm bq 'l-xe. I*dy Noeleen. 41 tan* net Cipt Noel, (or Dominic*. Aenl> Srtiooner OwntjpT AaaotltUon Srhoorev United Pilgrim *' MM ".el. Otpl Siertrt. for SI UJOU A rent SrnoonaBOo-nei** AeaocUtion M V (-wrtbte*. 100 Una nM. Cnpi Oxunba, lor Dominlot: AjjenU: Schooner Owner.AaeoMBtton. M V Oold lUnjier. l tone ne COM PWtae. for Tmud MS Fort Amhent. I M lone "t> i\.pt KMI. for jnmKiue ( AgentHA Cnem (to. LM M V Ileeuba. 1JD0 lone net. V*. r^unker. for THnlded: AtfenU f MiMwei. Son & CO Ud PACKING AND THE CARIBBEAN IN TOUCH WITH II Mil' ADOS COAST STATION '••Bin HAIMS R ARCHER MrKEN7.1E. Au.tlor.ee. 12 3 U--.II UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER By ituiruclion received I will lell ai March t l p.m. ill II ft K 10 ft. x ft thetiel houee preclicelly new Term. cen. \inceiit Gllffltn. Aurlioneet 11.3.80—Sn AS A GOING CONCERN 111 UrM %  3Storey Stone Rulldlm wim Shop an Itakery Acce*M>rlei. Liquor and Uquor 25* GI M „ c *. lop coodi and oiher item* All telling in one lot the properly Mandi on >, acre of land wh.cn If run in a 'enantry Utuatrd at CUpham land and rue staff Rd next to Hinh gate. Oovt Water and Light ln,'.:i /•nply on premise* to Joseph St Hill uwner 10 .3 || .-.,, -H Opei. -_ %  %  Geiagi* -New I.-I CrtagTApply WHoUg-on. Lodgi |y reaejrd REAL ESTATE Cobfar and Wireleea in Volley. SI HaAnajiger, s s C4J1 Of Cne-W. S S Ak-oa Ranger. S, IfteulM. S S I.Jie Kamloop.. S S vtinaton Churchill. S S PJUrope. S % Roea. SS Gulf Bird. IS Uarbet. S S Evanim*. S S Mango re S S comedian, s S Vn.aMay. H S Amakuro. 9 8 Lloyd CTV4 bj s Ahbed>-k. 9 9 Arune. S S Argeniuu rA Uoreiaar-Urri. 3.9 Lady Ne.iK-r VVBB. SS Bniaru IKDH. S S jrriti. rmplre bipreea, a S. Atlantic Shippe H S Esao Availia. S 9 Pali". Runrary. S S \lnrtiwciiar. S S Keen Dri< Hang. SS iDitnrhepduiae. 9 • lUMnokr 9 a ban Be-thlrhein. S s Waal. S.9 Moeucn KQYr. R s i • WMCM. *| Cat?' of Mad. %  MemeM'KPMV. 19 n-rt Royal TOL^ R 8. Coubre/PWg, 9.8 Br Narnnax 9 8. Safimiel C. Un^eUnd. 8 8 AI.-,I rWinfar. Ssuawsdl AmvaJ* from TRINIDAD: Lndy CoJlymore. KenrlcH Dnvi.. Ophelia Ciopau. %  %  aiuila Mondeair. laavid Jagaul. FdwarJ >.. Roderick Skinner. Joae Oonaalvei Ma. Prien. RoraUd Proat. Ke:h Oran Villa, Hugo Jorda. Miriam Fowbar. Ron..;.! Adam. Henri Khrenberg. lavs rrvtabro ArnvaJa from ORENADA: Vinc^.1 '•Unore. Jane SoakDeparture* lor THLSIDAI) ba It W I A Mr. Aib-anhSover. Mr. Ronald Ward. Rev. •r*e>-nrDl\ine. Mre Sum Med\ener. Mr Joaeph Mdar.aaar. Mr. Jo#*ph Medeveoer. Mr. Nigel Sea.Jr. Mr* %  %  Mr Manuel ConiahM, Kn Manor e WiiiLMne, Mr. Baail Ljughlln, Mr R Collingaon. Mr. John Hradiio*. ilArthur M*>ne, Mr Joe Twj' Mr Dqrt. TemU. Mr apnl.i. Ur. Adam.. Mi> LONDON, (By Mail). Hrit&in'k oOVcUl 'Board of Trade Journal" describe* conditions m I'or'.-of-Spain. Trinidad, In a report of a lecture on packing: exports to the Caribbean. ThdJ lecture wa* mvcu ic :.. Itniituu of Packanmg i r'enjufi, of Shell lVtroleum ComK B3 ivbo said that at Port-ofain. the only port in Trinidad capable of dlscharxins ocean V*M^cis. there were ample storage fdcilities for packed noods and the port was undoubtedly well organised. The usual types of package* and materials were seen on the quay, bui the temperatures, together with a high relative humuiity. especially during the wet v *^ ^ K a o?oo>>oo.oo > >> i>y/. reason, cause currosioo and rot -gainst which goods must ba protected .M'.luiugb, the handung aflorded material in Truudad was comparatively good, the method of discharging tome cargo called for more robust packing ;f it was tn arrive undamaged with the contents unbrokan. The railways were quite "good, but they served only certain parts of the island which necessitated considerable road and barge tragic. As In practically every other country, pilferages and losses In :ransit in the Caribbean are preventing a serious problem, and are largely due to poor pack* agmg— (B.V.P.) NOW OPKXISGCRICKET HATS AND CRICKET SETS FOR BOYS FLOWERED GLASS FOR DOORS at JOHNSON'S STATIONERY & HARDWARE THE COMBERMERE SCHOOL. BARBADOS 1. Required as soon as possible a Graduate Teacher of Modern Studies—mainly. History and English. Should hold an Honours Degree In History or English, or, alternatively, a good General Degree in Modern Studies. 2. Salary—Barbados Scale, vis: — Graduate—$1,728 x $78—$2,160 x $86—$2.928.00 Graduate—lit or 2nd Class Honours $1,820 x $6—$3,456 00 Allowance $216.00 per annum if in possession of Teaching Diploma. Commencing salary according to recognised service. Passage will be paid. Applications.(no special form) stating age, qualifications, experience, whether married or single, and accompanied by copies of three recent testimonials, to be sent without delay to: The Headmaster. Combermerc School, Barbados, from whom j further particulars may be obtained 12.3.50-ta. Just suitable for Sc 100I Children FOUNTAIN PENS Cheap and PEN KNIVES ROBERTS & CO. — Dial 3301. R*J-r. QffSgH Ml Medina DaparturM for U GfAtRA Mr V laebinan. Mra Mary rraeax. Mr. WUOata Mia. Dorothy WoodhDatfar, Mr Tertnrw* Hawkins, Co4. Leo Kiordan. Mrs L Kierdnri. Mr Harold *•. Mr M Gordon Depnrturee for TRINIDAD Mr K QfaatrnDa tJtCK One It 1*S dual gea kg* Truck in good condition En B Airto Tyre Company. Trafalgai 8/3'SO—tin an UL-tx. one of the belt gal)aili mil n>-ng rtrong. Alwayr %  nr Irieen. In good condition feHDit.^ price. Applj: Slraughn ^jiia-sutei. m.sa-tf.-. CUViiixhall It h p IBM Good Hum Opel Kadett 1*30 model New Htmd baitery. Apply Tower Oarage 10 1 '-I %  -ii IIUCK-One ill 5 Ion Comme. hrt m good rendition. Apply Weal be. R.m Refinery Ltd. Black Rock. ST0CK_ TOP.FS-One ll. Pure Bred Ahut' %  PWpy. 10 week. old. Ring 41*4 fcC K SI Jnhn :t 3 TJl—on %  CHANICAL %  CVnrs-llerrilee and Phillip, for Ida. on. *ivi children at pricct %  aaw comp^Uon CourlMy Oejsg, MOM 14 SSO-Si. %  COLANE0US "* KNIVESAil Steel Pen Knives. %  ate.: Quauty. Now 38 cents each If. ftrtchlnaon U Co Ud Dial UT 1 1> U SO—t-i %  > HOSE-,Rubber >( %  > %  *> at i to* prioe KU for SO ft. length t f KuKhlmon & Co. Ltd Dial tm 1] 1 50—1' UTH TlT-Tour KncUah Bath Tuh. Haw HfO 1** 10 %  f,„ fjai ikalr •araei* Co., Ud 11 3 SOt.f n StV ANISE SHEETS In 14 and * tain. Oft Aim lit and 0ft. length* JB Kid itval plates III. I'd %  • %  t ... | H in vsrlout slaes Enquire %  • Trie Company. Trafalgar Street 1.1.SO— t f.n i— Apply George Merrill. Carlbbea" %  • Ud ronlaheUe. 3 3 sa-Sn %  TJIALOTS Onion, being acarc. talarkalou mrh we offer 48 centi Waauifl Harold Proverbs 1 Co Ltd U 3 Win JJWAHJC THOl.LEV JACKS %  w ith the •eniatlonal Hydngeai f" '-nt to 10 tons capacity %  * Garage. Dial 4381. 14.1.50—1" MSI II M. I M I S gjj eaauy earned by obtaining order* *r private Chrlstmai Card* fro" __ PH uds. No previous experler2J*T. Wrtte today for heautlful frf 2* M as Britain's largest •<% % %  y P isbUahen. highest eon^nlado' %  "asaey makiae oppcriunlt) ft S-~*cd.5^r,rv BB| naatast, Bsag^ra %  NOTICE J***** Oi IAUT M1CSI API. CS?* !" M*d corporationaataayy"* %  Sslnsl the Parish of lag?** 1 *" fsqiieaAg %  ;i H b A I OI Ml '••u, LOST %  SUB P^PIO HOUSE with 3 rood! 31 %  id attached al "Brut Hall Christ Church The dwelling house contains open vesndah. drawing and alning rooms, two bedroomi and usual convenience' There is also a 1 bj good working order on the p.emiaes The above properly will hg salt at our Office. Jaagej Friday 17th March, 1050. at 1 30 p m Inspection on application on the premise %  YEARWOOD A BOYCF. tten S JW-ki "Catania" Reaches Naples With US. Millionaires DWnXlHO HOUSE—The ti dwelling house called "AMBU1IV" wl'h I acre I pen he. of land attached there.1 I'pper Collvinorg Rock. SI. Michael The house contain* drawing and dining rooms, one bedroom and conveniences on Ihe ground floor, and three bedroomi. toilet and hath on flrd floor Government water and Flrcinc Hy Installed For Innpedlon dinl 3T The above property will be eat up for sale ..l our Ofllce. James Street, on l"rtday ITlh March, at 1 p m. YEARWOOD I BOV( '. MM 9 3 SO—On LAND—3.510 square feet of land at the Ivy, Government Hill. The above parcel of larv* .. „, be set up for sale by public ^mneiition l or Office. James Street, on Thiiiiday llh Mlir.h itM, at 7 p.m YEARWOOD Si BOYCE. Solicitor* 5.3 SO—On HOUSE: Modem Bungalov. freehold l .838 MJ ft Fruit trees, lovely garden plenty of apace for Chick*.Turkeyi Pig*, rtGss laid on. Apply "Somcr•4t". fieUnonl Road. 21 1 90 %  LAND A ^iot of land sllusted Ln Brlllon* Hill. Reed's Osp, containing One rood and 9 10 perches Cash teen* Apply to Mr Edward Scott. Balrds Village, St. Georsje. Eaer for Mrs Millar M.3.H IB SALISBURY COTTAGE—On Bock lei Terrace standing on 4,'H sq, n. of land and containing closed gallery drawing and dining room, 3 bedroom* 1 dressing luom all with running water kitchen, pantry bath and toilet. Ser vant'f room and garage. Dial M38 14 3 03In IMIISOVll Th* public are hereby warned agani <:ivlng credit to my wife WDJ.ETT MEADLEY 'nee Cummins., as I do n.. %  mli* tray self reaponslblo for her or an> one elsecontrsKting anj debt or debt, in my name uiileds by a written ard.' •ignrd by me. Siened rBEDBBJCK HEAIMIV Fortresa, SI. Thornae it 3.SO-2 W%>TM HELP A STENOOBAPHXH TYPIBT Femalei for our OrBce Apply in per so. < with written Application and references (MCHT. LT6 ,,_,,„ riEIJ) uVEHSEERror Ckdand, PL .ition Si Andrew. Salary SIM 00 ] nonth Apply Ihe MaikSga. ^ ^ LADY CLERK fol %  in person between 4 Dear'* Garage. Haitings Ofnce Appb ud im 1 14 1 SO J" YOUNG MANTor our Part, and Acceaanrlea IJteartaasSnt we require an Assistant. An encnllent opportunity lor . ambltlovi young man **^7„„!" tending on qualifications of spplWant Apply 'n wrlUng and In P*SO..*"r.' ,. laanMer. Courier, Garage. W* 1 P r Rgeal •* s _Jn MISCELLANEOUS WAITTSD TO BOJUWW-Balne. Wa • nf laancaahlte'. JewsT* Weiii used postajo ataanps_and —XSvT a rai pUstlf and metal foumaha pen hr '•* ,"••' ** !" 2 bent or danaged hTaay -roy. Cne,M. f.'-^* r ,..i for used postage ah oavmenls made Jkand* O U88. 4W %  o^* h Sttaet. UUsul 44. narkla. iH> \l.l \ VALENTINE) NAPLES. March 13. Usfa luxury liner "Cnronla" CfaTylng many millionaires and muie ertsi uiu passengers, arrived here to-day with a (ull eaigo of dyspeptic ulcers aboard. The main lounge barman surveyed his well-stocked I.! reflected sadly, "we ought to havaj i un %  miik bar instead". He had few customers among these wealthy people. The "CaroniaV 550 American passengers left New York on January 12 -.n this British dollar-earning junket, the $2,000,00 they paid over in fares alone include $20,000 contribution from the Harold S. luth. .it New York City, Texas Oil king, Charles %  *. Urusi-nells 0 f San Anton ia. Thd Vanderbuilts and the Unischells occupy the two coveted three room suites, one on each side of he after promenade deck. The "ordinary" passenger paid an average of $4,500 each for the 80-day cruise. Made History For trus fare, they got two-room ti ting out like graduated rows of pearls on each side of the main deck. Ship officers aboard the 34.000-ton liner estimate priv.itel> that her iruisc has probably •nade mercantile history, sincd her passengers tn worth g| Igsjal ten times more than the ship. The sea-green "Caronia" cost £7.000, 000 to build. The barman and stewards also think on the pleasure cruise history that has been made—but for MOsafat* reaisoo, 'Look at this dinner menu.'' groanUi to-day. "Grapefruit. marschiii^. a pie crab lakes, 001 .;.'— potagoi UB, tllet of sole, suppreine 1 halibut, guinea chicken, roast Long rjckling. galatinc .%" capon. %  OUflli MtV.ienc. pear Grande 'iugen la^but what's the use? I could go on all night. "This is not a menu. It's an in0O. Menus like these are not prepared every day. 'I am proud to present it with a flourish." Little Drinking The waiter's voice at this poi-ii rose to a crescendo, which died in a despairing moan. "I am asked for a glass of milk and some cracU ers. Cold milk, mind you. and plain crackers." Prom other parts of the ship similar tales poured in. The barman, who wlsheid he had tnto the milk bar bus, observed mildly thai' he said I had never known so little drinking among so many people before. The leader of the ship's orchestra said. "I am getting Just as tired i the Missouri Waltz as Harry Truman must be. The ship's 'jarber refused t\> say a word when asked his opinion. The pasuengers are generally in bed by 11 p.m., but may be up early in the morning to take part in shore excursions, which they tackle with the grim ferocity %  rhlefa failed their bankbooks with black Ink entries. On shore excuision.-. Us*3 % %  %  •rally opened purses, some oI Utcra spending as much as $1,000 in a few day? ashore. The biggest and most ex; of these shore tours was a threeweek "Air Safari" the length of Africa. Twenty seven people went on thi? at $1,850 a head. —Reuter. RU LOOKING FOR THE BEST %  %  A .... %  V V ARE GAS 'KiKIMl FOR COOKER! an order to-day. NEWS FLAS-H! I.ADIKS. JL'ST OPENED EMBROIDERED LACE From Austria (A very small quantity) Its Superb Quality and Dainty Embroidery is simply enchanting and indeed irresistable In White mil} .16" wide S2.95 per yd. Also Beautiful i MliKolln Id.i EDGES THANI BROS. Pr. Wm. Hy. St. 6. 42 & 53 Swan Street JUST RECEIVED > Tins HEINZ Spaghetti in j I Tomato Si. ;* (with Cheese 0 ., Baked Beans. ;* BoU. ., Salad Cream. ** Mayonaise. , .. Sandwich 1 Sr-ead Tins Vogetable So ip Oxtail Soup. Strawberries. Pears. Pineapple. Pineapple Juice. Guavas. Fruit Salad. INCE & Co.. Ltd. 1 out (23 noaucit si SHIPPING NOTICES As a supplement to your normal diet use . COW & GATE MALTED MILK J This preparation contains :— RICH CREAMY MILK, MALTED BARLEY and WHEAT along with VITAMIN D. The Ideal Malted Milk for growing children, infants and adults. Kelail Price 9Sc— 1-lb. Tin Obtainable at BOOKERS %  n-iMft) DRUG STORES LTD. Bread Street aod Hastings (ALPHA 1'HAKMACT) %  RlliiWil SrJ>| I III *a OI IS 11 HI % I NYLON STOCKINGS ln New Shades M.SC per pr. LACK mil over 38 tn. wide In While. Beige, Black si $1.77 par pr. Aiss i rimming Lace f rom 8c. to 18c. per yd. i \UIKS BELTS it. a large Aasvorlment ef eetours KITCHEN TOWEUS good stse .. 4 47c. The Schooner IXJCIONVAH 1 will aceapt Csargo and Pasaengn • fr *, aaulli.g Satuidav. lath M -vi, H The Brhooner ADAI.TNA will asreaot CsVaSs and l*ssaenger> lag Si lucia. failing Wednesday ISU> Jarch Ths> Brhoofker HA7.F3. JfL-oTT -ill anept Cargo and l>sa>arngeT st vmrenl. sailing Wediiesda% % %  Mm Ii The Seh WONDERFVL CX>UN%  axiXsK will accept CsUBO and •*M as lagers for St Lucia. salUru, Tlieedaj ltth Inat The M V DAJRWOOD will strgo And Paaswragera 'or SI LUCLI. St Vlitcnii. Greunia. ba, Date o/ aalln I SCHOONER OWNERS 1 ASSOCIATION <1NC> OBBaSjgMgg MOVTRE-ilsra-ntAI-ia *** TTAL*wn 11WW i iMrrrn IM.ANJH lalrfll MA "1SORT PnUJt" is acnedutod to sail from Sydney January 14U> arriving at Trlrudad about r*4jriiar> Ttaa. MS'KAIPARIis scheduled to aaS from Port Pine January 1th, Burnle January 10th. Beauty Patni Jaawary SUt, Melbourne January ttth. Sydns Febroary 1st. Brisbane Ihssrnisry lOlh %  -living at Trinidad about lOib Marci Thaae vssaaU have ample apace lo> 'Miied Hard ligga s. .nd Qenersl C*'f t'arpa aaesptod on Through Bills ai .-ding with ti^nanlpraent at Trundsr For British Guiana, narbadoa. WUidsrarn and lasrward Islands For furUier parUcuIara apply — ri'RNESS WITHY Co.. LTD Agents. Trtrddad IlA COSTA at Cov LTD. Agents: Barbados. ELDERS & FYFFES LINE The T.S.S. "GOLFITO" is due to arrive on 18th Mareh from the U.K. and will leave the same evening for Trinidad, and has ample accommodation for passenpn For further particulars apply to WILKINSON St HAYNES CO., LTD., Agents. IMIOAUWAV IHIISS SHOI'. FRESH STOCKS CONSiANTLY ARRIVING LADIES' COSMETIC BAGS .nd FINE POWDER PUFrS. ClOABETTE TUBES PIPES VACCO FLASKS DARLEYS CONDITION POWDER for Hones CALL la .1:— COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY Itay I'kou. : 2M1 4441 — NIOBT 11-41 CANADIAN SBJBVICE SOITHBOUND Naase sf Ship Sails Hsiafea SS ALCOA I'lLGrtlMVaivli SO. s. 'ALCOA 1'OJNANT* March and lallUM avery tsvs svgsska, Niw roam OSRVKV OsUs Mow > %  • 8. "BYrjORD" Aaeil ?th 88 C J THUL1N March nth NIW OBISANS IllVhl Balls New Orueai March lln.1 let. Skid March Bth %  AIA'DA ItOAMEK "ALCOA HLT^SEK 1 A1COA RANGER Arrive* Barfeada, AgaTll let March 10th Arrises Apr'l 17th %  tsroB IBBI Asrlsrs Raisaatea April • Mai.h 4th. Mauh =*th SPECIALIST IN HIGH OHADE PROPEETY lfl\0.\ sV III \IMI\ JOH.\ M. BLAUON H1AL K.STATK AIILM MllluMIK MKVI.VOK I'hunr 4640 rUnUllon. Hntldlui. THE BARBADOS MUTUAL UFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Invites Applications For the post of CANVASSER Vic. Mr. D. H. All.yn., ralgned. Application. In person and writing will DP received up to TuMd.y, 14th March. For particular, apply to ... C. K. BROWNE. Secretary. Betkwlth Plica. Bridgetown. 29. 2. 50. BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. LODGE HILL. ST. MICHAEL DIAL 27B8 Due to the failure of Electric Power wt> have been unable to make building blocks for the past two months. Our stocks are almost depleted. Blocks cannot be delivered for at least 10 days after manufacture; this is the minimum time for curing. Will intending buyers therefore send in their orders without delay. Orders will be dealt with in strict rotation. The popularity of our blocks Is Uacreasing daily. t *,---,v//////^v/,v. ;','.;;; WILLIAM FOGARTV LTD. Inc^B. G. Announcing the arrival af 1950 PRESTCOLD REFRIGERATORS 4.14 c.f. capacity See the New li-iura. in Ibeaa — ALL STEEL BODY. SEALED UNIT, with a 5-year Guarantee Lei Ur demonstrate Ihe** t* Yoa.



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PAGE FOUR BARIIADOS ADVOCATE Tt'ESDA V. MAR. BARBADOS tg# ADVO&TE *V-_1 f 1 I Iff T*^ AdTOa*. Oa Ltd.. K Broad Bl. Brldtawi ir. -rnur.l WM ksl.-.-.l In DARKEST AFRICA Tuesday, March 14. 195U Our Jliiseiiiii THE HISTORY of the Barbados Museum is one long itory of perseverance on the part of a few who followed in the footsteps of the late Rev. N. B. Watson whose collection of butterflies and sea shells became the nucleus. To-day that perseverance has been rewarded and Barbados can be proud of an institution which not only provides an evident instance of culture but also offers educational facilities not provided elsewhere. To-day for the first time since he kindly consented to become Patron, His Excellency the Governor will visit the Museum and in addition to other things will be able to see articles and documents which afford a glimpse into the history of Barbados during the last three centuries. But if the collection of the varied items which go to make up the Museum has taken long, their display, the only means by which they could bring the maximum benefit to those who visit the institution. has been a labour of love on the part of former Curators and the present Director. Each item calls for particular setting and adequate display in order that it may be seen to the best advantage and their preparation and mounting call for specialised knowledge. Artistry and technical knowledge apart, the educational benefit of the museum can only be properly gained when the items on display tell their story and convey to the visitor some knowledge of the tunes and the conditions under which it existed or was made or grew. Now that the Barbados Museum has reached what must be consul'standard after yean of bard work and unremitting care by the small band of people who foresaw Its benefit to the community, it is now '.he duty of those who have not been able to give of any specialised knowledge, to support the institution by their visits and by becomin,: I Uw Barbados Museum and Historical Society. The Museum it might well be emphasised, is not a showpiece created n. for the purpose of an occasional exhibition, it is an educational institution from which thousands of the pupils of our schools have almost daily received benefits. The foundation has been well and truly laid and it is up to us to make the fullest use of our Museum. Smoothi i Traffic NEW traffic regulations have becently introduced in Trafalgar Square and Broad Street. They have contributed tan< ly to the comfort with which i tnans and motorists and uther truffle move about the City. There is hoi regrettable feature and that is that motorists are inclined lo run down on groups of people crossing at the particular points. At least this is the COinplairil ol HVaral | tnans. It might be well (or motorist that the jay-walking of pedestrians is as much ground for anxiety to them as another circumstance and it would be I precaution for them to encourage pedestrians to cross at stipulated points rather than resort to the haphazard methods of thi The Police too might again endeavour to extend their good work ol educating both sections as I signs. It is not reasonable to expect a motorist to Stop on evt : trian desires to cross the Itreel HM Uma to cross is when a few pi aady to cross over. A Uttli I n for others can do much tu remove thi! ground of complaint and in the meantime the Polios by printed notices or public) amsnt can do much to help. In any CS tial Ingredient is tl oration of the general public. Fauci An An! Thinking Of That! NAIROBI. buitncw, and we've •>' the next the ground like mold ant! miners think Of." Thin they chew up J newspapei with an Ar Wizard," says the R.A.F. type or the lep of a chair, deposit the now obtained ai Kb a glint In hit eye. "Let's sett..' pulp In the cellar, and plant it Interviewing an ant—I *n and have millions of little with mushroom spores. As you probably know. Africa aj This may sound simple, hut it %  ant"s countrj go they land somewhere and Is really one of *he most Lntrkato colonised It from end to end and dig themselves In. Their wings, bits of gardening in nature. Th carried the white ant's burden for which are no use underground, type of fungus or mushroom which several million years break off at the shoulder along a they grow cannot survive in the Other races of ants are settled convenient fracture-line. wild. It'll live only when tended here, too, of course There on There's nothing to eat in their by termites. black ante, brown ants, t white ants' love nest. it s a happy situation all round and yellow ants, bul often happens with because, just as the mushroom:are the herrenvolk. newly married couples, they are can't live without the ants, tlK So with all this talk going on ^ engrossed in each other they a nts can't raise their young withabcut human colour problems ami hardly notice. out the mushrooms, race difficulties I thought 1 d get j n ,„< %  nU man world there's a if you're a gtudencr you know rig that you can't live on love, that you can't grow mushroom-. The white ants have solved this without air. So the ants have an ptoblem. They live on their own elaborate system of undergrouii" f, t till their first children are old ventilation. The soil that i: enough to support them. removed from the cellars is take:. lli M l* ||.|,. M above the ground and built into "7 aerBgajj . %  • %  *.•%  - air C hutes, which give the nesti this initial success they their turreted appearance. rtaily get down to the business 01 From these main chutes .1 Dynasty, and tnuir proare lots of little shafts going u ductkm figure* increase till tney re the different cellars, and they're turiung out 4,000 ants' eggs a day. deliberately kept small so that thi .... tna httle girl from the beds won't be subjected to sudden W ri A now a queen in her changes of temperature or humid Own right, can't Ho this and keep ity in the outs:<:> hold -if a white ant and ask him how ttoey run their affairs. You know, UNO or the Colonial Mth-'ng. White ants are difficult to inbecause the* limelight. There's also the language difficulty, but I got over that %  cnuting Dr. L. S 11 Laakay, %  Nairobi, as my "Xrsi .Halter* Soiiii ll.iki rs white igure. A: rust both of them are not foi taklfl .^er than grains of whea*. army with imie king stays the same llM So here we are with the qucci privates; and three grade* of civil ilti n (s life and never gets the in her parlour putting on weight, servants. .-i spread, but his quevu. the mushrooms in the cefiai They live In a l her prime, grows as big as a coming on nicely; the regula. hut the most striking bavins soap. army keeping foraging insects a. "' % %  Can you Imagine it? There's the bay, and the three grades of th. They are shaped like Gothic king asleep, dreaming of the sylph civil service working together h %  ,:|,i he flew oil with in those carefree harmony. turrets 6ft. and 10fthigh. flying days, and then he wake* up Everything in the garden is from and looks at her now. It's like lovely except for one thing. Bab> I married to the Albert Hall white ants can't eat their mush The queen lives for about nine rooms raw. years, and when she dies her place So the community in\ la taken by one of the royal eonI Little beetle who eats the fungu. ; EM concubines look after ^nd repays his hosts by exuttn thc.r figures better than the queen, from his feelers a form of pre nd they don't have so man. ceased mushroom soup that is jus the thing for infants. Unification Of Public Service Report I1IK KFPORT of t.ie Commission on the 'iiilir.itii.n of the Public Services in the i British Caribbean Area continue* to-day as follows :— The conclusion which \e have reached is that the division of the existing service into distinct administrative and clerical classes and the allocation of posts to the former class can be achieved only by a complete re-examination on a colony basis of existing arrangements and the elimination of those .:< %  incompatible with these objectives. Further, existing nomenclatures should be revised in order to remove the words "clerk" and "clerical" from posts which fall into the administrative class. and conversely, to remove administrative designations, such as "Principal Officer" or "Principal". from posts which fall Into the clerical class. Leaving aside posts in district administration, we consider that an organization on the following lines would be appropriate: — Colonial Secretary Financial Secretary Deputy Colonial Secretary Assistant Secretary Principal Assistant Principal (Cadet) We recognise, of course, that not all these posts will be required in the smaller colonies. We recog* From these main chutes then | nise too that in some colonies the list will not be ive It will be for each colony to determine the volume of administrative work to be undertaken, whether in the secretariat or elsewhere. and to fix its establishment of administrative posts accordingly. In this connection, two points need emphasizing. In the rirst place, a post docs not become an admin" trattve post because the occupant for the time being happens to perform administrate duties. Thi' dutb Uy attaching to ihe post must be such u to fall within the definition contained in paragraph 58. Secondly, in order to obtain as great a measure of uniformity ID tins matter as possible, it is desirable that the ndividual colonies should seek the advice of the Public Service Commission on its proposed establishment of posts in the administrative class. D. V. SCOTT TO-DAY'S SPEci, AISTRALIAX FEACHi.S-.j.t'sually 51c. NOW 4r. TRINIDAD ORANGE GMPF Fta. Usually 2Se. NOW "> PKTS. QUAKER MlTFETTs Penally 37c. .NOW 3U, belonged to the uppa %  act as a publl During (he : in a white ant's nest, and .. !dren. but they usually produce dreds of ants who have been vliUUIi i x lo keep the colony goinc I do tfhlte anta Bee on? ,. Ttlc £ ou n £! or ? laP v ll up an Half of them are males for T^ favourite food is mushroom *£ Probabry-during this stage o. their lives that they acquire the i taste for good furnitup the beetle's feelers on which the. feed are Just the same thane the legs of a Chippcnda!. I promised to send the whiti ant a copy of this article when it appears. He doesn't want it u I >>ut he thinks that if properh lint of all the> hollow out alchewed it nil! make bMUttfU HA.F. types) and the other hair Miup f than) xhc wood and paper they thew %  houses is not their ,_, [Hey simply pulp it ?V re ul, nf eMn e !iL .. 4 *^ J ,*^ f the lean nf n rhmnonHato ^Kmr led Well fa] one iticfa pall Thj |l I th* Wraf, tu the f< Ho* Look, now mil. i.-t s and use it as compost in their ii beds. 4-iinh II ll.ik• is We have I VI lt> I \\l\u FOR YOUR GARDEN HOSE ''," and V HOSE NOZZLES & SPRAYERS HOSE COUPLINGS & MENDERS HOSE CLAMPS H" & V BIB COCKS W & V with Union GARDEN FORKS & TROWELS ROSE TREE PRUNERS SECATEURS TREE PRUNERS GARDEN POTS from 4c. lo 80c. VEGETABLE GARDEN MANURE WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD.. Succeuon i, C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. Phones: 1472, 4687, givo up Byi i above J.nushroom manure.—L.E.S. I'olitirul \'Msfroii: HV W.J. ll...., II >IOIIJSOII >lnsl riioosr: ll .< ;il Or Ihsiuli 141 MIIMII I HAVE had mail) rerodty! Su I an, bound U. beUObeaolvad. Vice versa, if the Toiu Mr Herbert M u AI'II the Qovtnunent, could win them, they would bt no reason to complain that he whatever Its political complexion, home. took this week a crack at me II and to be accused Of helping its So Mr. Morrison seeks to lmI discuss it hen at*. pale the Liberals on the horns o raises an lasue don the (act .1 dilemma, to confront theaq PoriM opposed me in the choice between the "fell ano it, though Mr. Morrison mcens'd points of mightv oppo%  .ke me to be a Tory stooge, sites." the Tories did no such thing The Liberals, are a Party o: !* %  > Mi Morrison, really. Reform but not of Revolution the ingratitude" of the The common ground betv lOO, 1 make and have and the Socialists, and the com had i/i *uch assistmputtnt I think they mon ground between the Social 1 but that is another ists and me is largely disposed of %  lie oi .'ii< ipeechea, out matb 1 Mr. Iflorrlaon ihould be ;ind on the rest of the Socialist ('" % %  %  i programme there can be no com BrcverbTOM Rented nun with one-seventh of mon ground between the Social Press., ... MI ay in the present House. j s t s „n the one side and the Liberals— (or me)—on the other %  Illtl'V lUns at %  jubUo %  !< %  : .. Iart> Mi Mon 1 said: H ./ |y he %  Or. with !' %  %  : f<-.r tint l mutt 1 In the only a limited number of ways of leadlo cs .u ih.. The iii-bl is Coalition, which neither the Tories nor U I ...I. ISl.l III..1.1. if Morrison should be ver) troubled about the Uberah. 1 understandable. For there is U ii 01 of th %  %  For they, and I. know what tin rest of the Programme is It la the Collective!. Socialist State Th,Liberals and 1 the Social Reform measures In Parliament. They ..nd I voted for some of the nationally tlon measures. But there is all th. 11 the world between voting for a limited number : 1 the but l can ipeak for myself. It is 11 „ la pt t higher poll ng or h "soei.hsang,, „, .,„ h rsrjss v cry ~ *-. •—.„„., Phe third way is to enlarge the Thai bai beeo done before Hut it cannot be done unless we tower the that I the Uibour aK ,. below 21, and tnJ ^*nt. opposed its pn>.;' %  crucial thing is those ">nomlc as well as political. %  n helpful to the two-and-haU millions who voi :1 th f State. And thi: 1 r*J last time if Mi Iforrl 'he end of dsnoi 1 hta problem woul ^ ,h '' eomln| of totalitarianism %  Hence. and exchange.' Il* 1% Nfej Sio4itter means the collev %  '. in which all powci would plea.se Mr Iforrl sun. but not m I slumlU dfcl Of Had > ,,1 that, and then th. I 1 Iping %  enthual W with \V hat's on Today ( ouil of Grand Seuioiu al 10.00 A.m. Mr. tiux. Hour of Aurmbl* At 12.00 noon. Mrrlinx. Leiblalive ('ounI il If !00 v in Mi.ii.i. Otaaaai WnWUre I'liMi.M. 'I IM1II111 il : .a p.m. a) it is the porting <•( the a Mr Morrison, too. and for hi 1 arty Mr Morrison ta itrj does not want to g> rurther alonj the road of nation alisation to Socialism. But a hug does. Mr Morrison must chOM porky which DO nun (Tory. Liberal. 01 Independent) will have. which th, I Infallibly UnWi and breakin his party in two by dn I do not envy him I But whatever it is. 1 'won t call him a stooge.—L.E.S. Uniform System Although, in this instance, we hove propounded a uniform system of gradings uf posts, we are unable, for the reasons given in paragraph 86 to 97. to Ittacb to them common boata salaries. Inasmuch. however, as the creation of the Assistant Principal grade us an innovation, and the intention is that persons appointed to the grade should be posted to any colony where their services may be M must make a recommendation as to the appropriate salarv and -hat salary, subject to what is said below, must be a uniform one. Our intention his grade should be confined to direct entranti from the university and to the young clerical officers %  moted to the administrativiclass after a course of training (vide paragraphs 51 tO B6), and we contemplate that, if they prove satisractory, such entrants sh-uihl b of this nature, l'i uicNsiini.il Services In M *,'.i as the professional services are conic HI. nun for admission to any unified ill clearly be the possession of some pron though the same qualification need not alwayi be required for dirtarent posts in .1 partlculai servta lula of the posts Which >v recommend for taclusloti in these services 1 d HI Appendix II under the sever*! 1 iuultute, forests, legal and judicial, and medical, and in the following paragraphs we give our reasons tor the inclusion of these posts B liiMon of others. Agriculture dtura is the main staple of the economic life Of the Caribbean region, and the qualifications d for admission to the regional unified ser%  therefore a matter of great Importance. In so far as officers are members of the Colonial Agricultural Service, this is automatically secured ba the requlrernenfa for admission to that service. peel lUsta who have obtained a univeraKj degree In s d aooa. But for the lower posts in the schedule lesser qualifications are needed, and for such posts we have regarded the diploma of the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture. Ill lUni thr minimum requirrmrnt. II may '• m Ihc Inwer *tmt\f which \iil : %  .v it HICKS "iHgk Tymv"—Hi fi h Mm I dttor, Trie An 81R. '' 1 to answer r. Godson of Sunday, about the production Kit is the Q to Ul the cash boxes of the Ing, because Igh Tvmc" was osuty aeaafaat tarauga charity i ,,riM %  %  %  eednsaas at Barbados.. niuaical teetew the iik.o( whMi nan be seen in any dtj uf the wefiU, but vei %  (Mrs ) BEN MOORE. Promoter. Km i/ifi To The Editor. Thr Adeocote. BIB I would like to make the following corrections In %  Ii appeared in last Sunday's Issue. In the sixth paragraph it is stated that Gun Site did the mile und 130 yards in Trinidad in M8|. and that this ,vas the closest that <^en run to the record of 1 49 set up by the Brown Bomber In ttM The record set by Brown Bomber was 1 48 Th. will not make sense without this correction I the old gcldlnr : the "her" which sneak. mj last sentence about "BOOKIE Mwtrirat Retl Herring* To The Editor. The Ad mating of the Council r>f the Chamber of as rcporteu Jeh, ii not caretaDy ,*amined ninth! tend to real Issue in connection with thr electric petition < 1) It was stated that a lady I in promoting the petition is an American. This is irrelevant, Anyone, reI nationality. 1 or political coi forced by circumstances to rely on one source for the uiovision of a necessity is entitled to ta fair and legal action to improve the service of that ource. • 2, Moni t ion was made of a an Insidious plot to i anaarior to British ma ten a susdtta, Is manifestlv absutd. We cannot obtain Amen%  '-*ry If we d*a.:e to t*—-ngfpanaaaMhnly. orw Kn'tt... %  IT flaws beft.r. imar. (3) A p.-Mnber of the Counril ti reporfj to have oO sympathy to the James parish and my current seems to be more off than on; yet my recent bills have been higher than the average. Perhaps there are other Parishes deserving of sympathy The issue is; do we or do we not desire better service and cheaper current from the company Ai Le*. u* stay on the beam when considering this. B1RNAM WOOD. Thank, To The Editor. The Adrocotc, SIR.—I should be grateful if vou would allow us space to thank the Commissioners of Health of St. James for giving us a standplpe in our village. This was long kta purpose •hat we would be failing not thank ntiamen tor so responding to our request. We '.hank our representatives in the House ..f %  Walcott for Uw they took in the matter. PREASTLY SANDIFORD Ijynes Gay. Paynes Bay, St James. To Our Planter Friendt Who need a Good Helmel for all Weather. "CHRISTYS" ARE ONCE AGAIN ON THE MARKET SECURE YOURS FROM DA COSTA & CO.. LTD DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT fc/tcX ICE CREAM 11.. 1 AMBdm to Your Pmrtn uilh turr's Kiruil> I'kU. LEMON (RUMS and tlSTARD ftW* "van lorry Bile fl Dtllihl BEST FOR BABY HEINZ BABY FOODS BIRD'S BLANC MANGE K>WHP Choailal, and Vanilla Flavour ': •• "* 1 Kl 1:1 PILGRIM SLING Pl'RL HONEV In 12-oa. bolUra MORTONS SCOTCH OATMEAL PEARL BARI.lt EMPIRE COFFEE The C/iecpesI in Town Order from GODDARDS





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T %  r • d •• > March I I 1 ".• BorbauTjs #uumte*^ BELGIUM FACED WITH GOV'T CRISIS Arrangements Not Made To Receive W.I. Delegation ADAMS, BUSTAMANTE. GOMES (From Our I d.n Coir. pa LONDON, .. B RITAIN IN buying all exportable CoramoawMltfa uunu and any extra purchases al (he moment would involve ^aag dollar reserves. This was revealed i>\ the aewh jppoinird Food Minis'er. Maurice Webb, at question time ji ike House of Commons today. ' Mr. Webb had boon asked if likelihood of an ant weekly British flon o( eight i person. %  supplie. at the moment there is no immediate prospect ol an loo* said; "Indeed 1 shall feel happy myself if I can hold the present ration for the ti is not now &pendini, dollars on sugar for home consumption and observers were asking following Mr WU ment whether %  locks from sterling source* had fallen lower than the Mry had anticipated. They were wondering whether another cut In the sugar ration was being envisaged. No Agures are avail.n Britain's stocks 'mm I M the view i %  bars is thai Britain*! I about met inn the demand Unprepared %  %  % %  Ti the new office to ; iini. Wwt Indian sugar interest difficult abnormality and thin remark the change tor worse i with the Pood M it the recent |] i that West Indian proit ould in effect be reRMeted Thoy feel the ease for nn ex nimsion of West In4aan produciifM been re-emphasised. taa proposed three %  i.ation from the West %  %  BU and Mr. Busiamn.'te lot level. Mother Of Siamese Twins Dies After 8 Days hMM Advoc*', C'iriinlpiHt F0RT-OF-3P/.IN March 13 Riu LQV*'1I. 2iem -old i Trinidad's furl Sal it the Colonial Hospital. Fttt-of-Spain. at 2 p.m nj without seeing her babii mer knew ihey are joined fjgrUy after death, Reginald, the eto woman's mason husband ast a frantic telephone call tn OpBWllor C. R Mathura saying >M nol know what to do. He slid that he is unemployed ad had no means In meet the hen) expenses. Major Norman TafiDd Mathura are< ar funeral expenses. Stare the birth of tl Gasman operation eij (ibla] Attlee Will Not Outlaw GommuaistH | L0NI> IN, ..: rch 13. F* Mlnistet Clement Attlec % %  M m Parliament %  MM legislation to uutlu.s %  MUiab Communist Party. m had been asK.il to do *, %  J*** of %  ,,. result of the g* Wsl" by Sii r^ 1 1 ilive Memb* i %  BM fo. hi, —Keule' Russian Spy To Leave L.S. I IRK, March 13 Russian Kngmeer. Valentin A 1 Lven the option oi Uavling America or doing 15 years in I gaol, said to-day he would return to Rui Qydata A i %  oplon (28) former JlU. I'j.vee, was %  %  %  lltion to an from 10 %  i nd Judith Loplon i al $40,000 later I I .KWV nit t.ovi I:\OK. \ir. \ . L fesuaa, rasa .he ribbon wassj ha law hhiuaaa Uasa ru>.ng nsss M sa u t aj Mr. H. A. Tudoc. raaailnnilii i..., k Kifht) : The Governor take, ihe lint ball from Waal Indian <-iptain. ini.n G.-ridarri Picturei with wicket-keeper Clde WMuoM behind Bandits Rob Lloyds Bank Kill One rch 13. %  .. to-day mi:. %  \< them. iked into branch of 1 held up Ihe MatauBM bankguard ai the p 4M %  tut 1 The robbon ">k to their hi • tl %  %  in. until %  George Taylor (301 sprang i : one. There was a shot an* with a huUa face. He died soon aftai pital. 1 police later dot •Id their names. It we< that a ajuni Sd and at larve—shot hank manager dead and escaped "00 in January. 1949. —Heater Governor Opens Princess Alice Playing Field ABOUT 450 PEOPLE heard B amor say in opening the Playiny Kuld and P. I Dundi yeaierday annMlnsj tru I that Her Royal Highness Princess Alice should h;i> her name in perpetuity to thai pUyfflfj field. The name oi ihe playing Playing Field. Darim the function, the QaeetUSe look an ovrr brSSa JeSBI ( %  •ddard. t ApUin ol Ihe Went Indies le.un WtkVa Ml I V i liiinioiilr *l*m took one from I'.verUni IfSCkaa (Ud<\\.ilcii JIHI Re* Marahall uere the other inlenuiioii.il. in the held. Al %  withdiawn H. Saypol said Ailliu... dismissing UW %  %  —Heater Commonwealth XI Leave India By Air Today After "Very Happy Tour 9 BOMBAY. March THE Commonwes Cp their last n ywsuhe Bombuv Governor's Elevei ij" ,r bags, ready tor thou depei (•WRe Duckw rribe mu I In A farewell message l-nuhl Truinuii Wunts To Abolish Sea Agency WASH! rch iJ. O .-gxeas plami for rv-> a lai-ye nuuibvi ol and abolition of the Maritime Commission. The Coirmittee Department would take BMvftias o( the Marttima h a of live liii'iiueis which has rvgulated American shipping for M year*. The President said that the plan was "a long step lui v.. wards making the Department tba Qovernment Central Agency for id water transport —Router Top Scientists Mvi't I omorrow IN SECRET OTTAWA. March 13 %  lopnicnls m baeharial csaaaacal nnd Arcticwarfare and radar will be dntcloaed at a secret three-day mooting of Canadian American and British scientists opening here brin.mc ••' ide next >c U l,„ll. I.Hlll %  I." 'I" ' mm b. la %  •.rail tiehad made .onllonms ""la hanJ tofiin fraaB %  ji. iiiam bv the hitn urlnl the ,dded that no turn • • O. M. • No Sugar Sur|ilu> WASHINGTON. (By Mail) A rough baliiti i.l> ind ountumpUon i> liow likely, aceording lo I tlon In W.islimllon. Indicub tarryovor I Will l>' in5iKn>nr..' I M surplus will during the turreiil sugar real The rr-porl adda: "The coUai>se ol the sun PSS unminent than ; o be the %  ni.inths ago.' Malin Polls 10091 %  BUOB polled 100 pei in yesterday'a s Moscow radio said I H ;. had rome to Moscow I ti i him The radio said BU had written on th" >roud of Stalin' for Stalin—the Tudor said I must thank Your I i and Mrs. Savaae lor having so kindly consented to be with us this afternoon and to Qspeiare Btta C ivilion open. We know that His seeUen*) is an esttren %  man wh<> has had so lunisualb heavy programme duiniK Ihe pasl week, but because "f his kccnin:. in the Held ol iport, OS to open this building fm we hope thai during your term .'• %  mmander-in-Chief of our island, we may look forwar* %  sport Before I ga turlher. nu> I M> a special tribute to Mr S. II. Perowne. who a admin •stering the Qevanaas ai III > %  acting taiuiilv during the instagrt, of Ihe election of iiubuUdlnx. It w.u. through hi' rMwlant vigilance and earefu ptaaniaui thai we are in po— r slon of such a hail. I will go further and ivaa h(s wish thai i* built along % % %  this held. %  road and lights erected then la tini \<-< *.t pao, i nuld come the breezes from oh* the Commiti-airv out Ihe.s* Ihlaaa Whlh ill be for Ihe espei ial baawfll of the people who are not privttaaud enough to have clubs to which %  First .mg field, the kind in BL 1 %  throughout possible througii a fund which has %  \v on the tugar sltas in St. Ml l>een and it pod 'hat wore ,u be started In ihi iture %  sent to lyli • Oa BSM Habakkuk Ami Isaiah Tonncl In Cave \rab Bedouin* Ushad in photographic form wi .lanscrlpUons %  .it nf t! km doc ..: the Dead & i Mr Karl Kreeling. President I an Schools of Orient. Research, who announced public; t'.i UM n'mmentary on % %  '. Habukuk and the olda Book %  inh The two manuscripts, plus otherLgtnal ten are DSSS M Itv States in the possession IM Yessuc. Hthodoa Monasn Jerusalem. The remaining -dx manual • Ihe Hebrew Unlver H JSfUSaieni Reuter BRUSSKLS. March 13. |* l I .(..I'M may have u tiuvernment crisis, and aana strip elections as a result >( ihe 57 per rent, vole for ihe return of its kine, to the throne, sources t lose in the Catholic Party here forecast today. The Catholics are the Majority Party in Ihe present tSoverninent in the refereiid'.im rsattstfday. 2.9X1.:tX2 tslats asked for Kins l.enp..ld's rclurn. J.kM.ssi opposed him and I.M.-I77 relumed blank papers. Robeeoii W ill Mot Appear Over Television Labour Survives Again U NDON. March 13 Britain's fortnight old Labour Government to-night Ihr bins ConservaUve I hiiUenge m the nions by '", vnteVoUng Mursa wen BM M '• The Liberals voted for the r.n imncnt Mr WtnetOO ""hurvhills new ai lack hit i. Qrwgt |Hl|: housing—I. ut (•uvernmenl marched conftdenth lo battle In the voting Parliament fter carefully closing its ranks %  ami an el the Hi>u present, the Government majority %  M on last Thursday, when II -craped through by 14 il dSUes vote BO Steel NaUonalts.< %  to lluuMiig a.s laUonal issue—every available So niber was rallied lo rale, on winch Ins i.ovcmmen would have resigned, il t haugrd Sides The nine labcral inenioer:'. whe : ... . %  rday, less Uaai The Nil' BXt 9 robasts as soon as the Itobeson i RooaevaH ami %  eaiakly forta to postpone the prosjrai '. B.C snossaagaaa %  i %  nine w>km -Hi "i %  ajm in AinjrM %  lauter nuirsds lo-rdgl kkU the vote im anti-clnn.is i'o-days debate deveiopeil -on %  quality towards the end lueol exchanges bete i M and tbj* turbuiei. Health Minister. Aneurin Bevao : People knelt in the streets to pray aapriests to-day to quiet a blaze in lb Brumpton Oratory, one of London's best known Roman CathoBSS. The flie waa believed to lave begun in a room stored. Flames soon spread through the clean luf; and Up (S the real PnesU formed a bu.Ket chain rater tow. IDS feet high, in the %  the flames would envelop the 1 Th.church built in IBM m Renaissance style, had only just been renovated after war damage. Mr Triln'smen lioycott Meeting IN BECHUANALAhlD .III > %  .'. 1 South Af., lyn Banni %  —Renter '..ckgiuun.i a| a cramped, boa hungry Bi I I Maxwell I| | nioet1 nig today, tnc CaUU era! members of the Government announced they won arately to plan UM MSI i nans l>ut forward his planned a nh King Leopold at I ave tods instead of tomorrow. lYofessoi jJacutie* Plrtna, the King's Secre.in Brussels to the KinK this morning 1'he Minister ol the Ink Albert Do Vleeschau: < 1 meet as won as King Leo, news on ttiu (erendum are knowi.. * next elec0W in the position "f husband and wife .< Ith oeihaps iwo children, having tc %  p In the front bedaoBj oi their mothi'i Cripps No! Well i %  %  %  th present IhOUgh unwell duung UV Amid loud Oovernment cheers, \neurm Bevan winding up the laUned that apart from LMtaln's Housing record A as the IH\SI in th.' WOTM "it also haanatai %  %  %  len have (KM) superficial square (eet and our* about BOI • en page 3 M in motion the U ut tfte conaetit of Parliament Ai Union ofl and Pai %  which 57 6 |" %  %  . than the mini fixed himself that if he failed to obtain — Keutci BING CROSBYS APPENDIX REMOVED %  u be ver; %  waa expo %  Renter. Ptope Ci'lcbralt^ 11th Anniversary VATICAN CITY. .March 13 Pope PhM XU 'ii triple jewelled crown and white mantle received the homage o( 16 Cardinal* In St Peter'i IsaaMlia today after solemn mats in honour >l the i ith am., rarsa ('.donation. Mass was said by Cardinal Aloysius MaaeUa, Senior HornCardinal created by Pope. Among i taiion ol 30,000 were Don Juan. Pretender to the Spanidi Tiu.-n.-. and his wife —Reater 'Use Atom Itoiiihl'dr KHalialion Olll\' WASHINGTON. March 13 llalph Flanders (ReLhe dispersal of atomic bomb •tl western Kun iThe bombs, hi iould be usad lion" ii rs said thnt ar* rangements should l>e n the present' tn( North Atlantic Iraat) DOWSn %  tralaad crews to be stationed it tlrategit —Renter MAN IN WINDSOR BUYS HOUSE IN BARBADOS BY PHONE %  rll in the day"< vork for John M llladon. Real KsUte Agent of Rarbadoa whose telephone is fre%  Grenada an I islands in the West In Mr. fUadon scored a James, to a Mr X of Windsor %  the purchase of a rday the dee) was clinok-jd. I Oeaare Casnat skslliu and Tlasai xpected MANN HEART DIES OF ATTACK Rrutcr Windsor, Ergland. L?*! month 1 arrive In Barbados Ih, CALIFORNIA. March 13 Hinnch l.udwls' Mann. Tft-yaar%  Thomas Mann. Mann suff dropsy. A nalu, -! of ta js n i in Utnnan Hr was warkautoblograpti J ri" United i 1M0. —Ur-Jter 4B%il IliinlU aa IU.< Al St ol Ihr rKirllriil quails] M HIMh\ -uonlk. more •t'laea lo Ihe UBatasJ Klnidom Ikaa jll other ronnlrl'.. niilrjnVin^ I %  '•psiii .mil I'OIIUSJI. 'TIUV AKI C HI Am MM MrlrrenlMl .lul ratr-.. TAIII.I: WINSS { The equal ui aaj vou < 411 aM in 1 1 R.W.V IM t NINON m \st K.H V Kll.sl IM. \|-| MU U III I I J SH.ECTUI -III KRIKS I K.W V s \ -IIIKKV So I irr. .,1,1 eslra dr> 9 K.H.V. 11 NM 1: 1 Vl-i in Medlaaa ,lr> B.W.V. KIMrlFRI \ 111 It I Ml,



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, lt .s| )AV. MARCH UUIHUMK ADVOCATE PAGE THREE .2 jawh*k& "Then, when you Hod OMCI, of hoiuewii*. cUsajHaj ITEflff WELCOMED AS FOOD CHIEF By ALAN HARVEY < in.nli. HI Press Staff Writer LONDON. (By Mail) MAURICE WEBB is one man who will have a chance •oprar.iM.' in office what he preached in private. As a lowly back-bencher, Webb pleaded with the Labour party lu cut the cost of living especially on food. ~c3 [eneeal Webb may restore the perittaen. Webb over from son a I touch. Friends expect mm Mi stnehey. Among the new to dative* broadcast "fireside p*tmenls. num med chats'' to housewives. A hint ol %  w vumly Ihai what may come cropped up in St lood ministry Labour Conhis first ipaaeh, when he said: I amtive and Independent new will try not lo use the woi %  Mn joined in wishing Weob ,. uut Jlls ,. lllt NU. about food.'" TVr* ami .. I'ort .1 Webb's pop. tthe torn rise) from his caaerful DM MipkSntar> Labour 1' •• i >. for a personal handicap. Six breathe < new and more years ago. playing sril lo the tricky. a t a Christina, party, he Injured : job of negotiating iocxl a knee. Two years later his riRhl (or Britain*. 50,000,000. leg was amputated above the Mjidatfei: knee. Wbb. 4&, hetrlul. Webb CSJ politics dSi round. bo>i>n lace He is despite the loss. He continue*! atonal and ea i meel Hla Ins activities u newtpeper man Hi"i.r. witty and sophistiand radio commentator. He even %  mong friends, had a still, plays an occaslona' round of golf aloof manner with his only son, lo-i TiiiStar.'n Liberal iiewapaixv, called Webb's appointment a "story of remarkable courage and i"'' < %  %  i M i "Some of il will never he told." W* (bod liters, I-ord it added, "lor he meJoH Light of men, wartime food boss, was The pj ReriOl .vlni.li njiriy known m Uncle PYed" threatened to up**-' "Sign in _ equipment and plnoUn HUP ethereally a_jxt]R a*ey, now Secretai %  fe believed to IK 1 regarded [B governmem circles as a nt planner, lacking the avuncular approach ol Beer v. Milk CAKI.IS1.F. i 4 n tuld fellow members of tm council that loo much ml ing drunk In his dl never milk." E "I don't remember tuberculosis IVIM drunk foi —(CP> Paris Bus Strike Ends The %  ol lndiffi %  %  %  [Krt I' ol th) %  The non-Commui: 'IT. had told I %  I "limin %  % %  light %  %  : %  GnaidU Iniurrd %  i'ommuuI i nts to states i in a clash at %  %  the fourth motor worki strike.—R*:.ir. Cyclone Destroye Viisiralian Town ONE GIRI KILLED %  %  I : :,ng home %  i ing. %  areas of I %  %  V Coed] Mistake i %  %  i %  i H a Labonr 9tm #) I loll; pa Mee! fl InatetiM ol %  i l said the '( %  %  %  If more hoiiM • %  %  I %  i %  %  %  U "it i 2,000.000 CATHOLIC. IN BRITISH W. AFRIC \ %  %  Baring told reporn "i"-iKaaaan *.>uid be IIM.1 MJ 1HV. .Ill Mi Miihir rhilil U I>rii inn. .iM-idrrnllill ol tila itrder dk-Ute* oUirtwi^' i, %  i ,PH MODERN CLEA RANCE NOW ON ILE IN VI ill IIMl LAHr.l lie. DUE! IAS TIC\I,1.Y nns IN ro K sow wm BOIT.HT I HIH .... (IIIIIWII S,%LB ED rO '-1\ I IW %  M ~ '. v ON SALE — -lrr Poland Rajmatt Anglo-L.S. Prolt-sl ireti II. %  %  %  night dackued sh> repatnatr British an %  1 Hi %  authoiitic i British %  %  from Poland. oning ni. QernuaM lasteed ol th< i i ed. to which the Allied I mission had agreed—Keuler. 6 JIM CROW LAWS {RE CHALLENGED Court To Tesl 'Race ipart' tubs it} I it'll* rill* i Mik %  %  %  %  through which they can fieai .i afaeno %  But i'i l lleinpt ii being laum < Separata but at]—f The rule >aid— The A; •.uaar idu*ir ).~^=K? %  Cl'M.. Uie anti nalioiialisaMon pel oi lh# **"*•* up. He has been givea an eieelranic brain which *• blm in movi ^^ ryr% ^^ hands, ,tng M4 make a apseeh. %  **• *t a demonstralioD w London with his inrentsc. Mr. ^•** Garner—(L.E.S. b>vt. Funds Gain A_1-ON1A>\ j-ch IS i-^* 1 ** trtnd was shown bv SMT^en l^jndoi. %  s aSi''t" Kl *pW Small %  Czodl Journalisl ColltMi \ igstf %  %  ... %  i Bn %  %  i coded to-day nol to allow %  UM international Keuler. %  not toe lag Invoi' [n ttdrd case, a net : trams Texas is seeking enrolment ranis, clubs as rtretty law school instead ol kg way heui* I l 'tn^i. S % % % %  the market lacked JJjt force f ( %  %  • end of th. i urreni i'tiod %  Tuesday handful oi features pence to tnree Knvouraolo **" "nt I MejaM "" %  **r *an> assuc. Cable Early improvements in oils were not held. Small selling erased fractionnl gains and tnrt market closed easier on balance. Fractional movements in foreign bonds showed Japanese better but most Europeans lower. IS BACKACHE JUST A SION OF AGE? kinus. I nilrrnraril uiuii* miirr liml liiiii. l.dllO l.ailit-s lliMillt-n gll II Sl—B Ron), Ma: :i..o Arl Silk Mips mliirtil n> S 2.. k'l.islii llitiiillliii-s .. iiiimrriiiis lu iiiriiliuiu %  this s|.ircf. • llirrrfurr sumj.-sl % %  rairly lisiC to liar Mu4i.ru fur r.ul Sn.iaiH*. ^Modern £)ress Shoppe



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TUMPAY. tuasm U I FERGUSON FABRICS" STOCKED BY THE LEADING STORES. 0tet/e*tienil (rttte'i than cuU: Hallbonfitoarldtlitv ""•' to tK.IM up th. bod, to !m>u rototuic. .iilmi lfln M kMI* Co mould Hurdy llmbl IM n_ tooth fer chWron..*,.,^ dillclout orangd Honor, Haliboranjn THE NICEST wy of'm, tl HALIBUT HVfflv K. O. fAXXOX T i nlliddlr of Hi. Hro. lloHiinn o^* / ;v // /.^ />x r....... -_~. \ ) ) .' : / : % %  -j\ aniMa %  SI— 'S/W BRITAIN Carrs Biscuits are Jgjin on sale throughout MM They are as good as At "' ever, and we hope soon to be able to make larger shipments. • oitXuiAriif? Vl*y, MADE BV ;CARR & CO LTD. CARL?? ft. ENGLAND. On Sale t all Grocers and Drug Stores CYCLISTS &f ONCE AGAIN THEY ARE HERE DUNLOP 28" x 1|" Cream Roadster Tyres 28" x 1|" Pink Roadster Tyres 26" x lj" Racing Tyres o ECKSTEIN BROS. DIAL 4269 BAY STREET British bor gets the goods there every time >\ J T (i thats why MORE and MORE operators are changing over to MORRIS COMMERCIAL | ^ J.WT'IU. '-of liter tht price hi. hem i,.r,.ton roa Mocria OaHBa '.:llcivcdilrprooi'oi"tbeKnd Math casmcerois tootoN*, ,1m. „. ,,,*. Tope. lormriarriin, job -muniapolorcooiowcuJ Uogoi JioncbooiiiiibBocUeilrdiml FORT ROYAL I.AH \ UV LTV Phooe 2385 Distributors Phone 4504 A SPECIAL BOOK KOR THE CHILDREN! RUBBALOM TALES by ENID BLYTON TIIK VOICE OF A STRANGER —by Emyr Humphreys FOUR STUART PORTRAITS -by Hugh Ross W.mamson PEAHS CYCLOPAEDIA WHITAKERS ALMANACK ADVOCATE STATIONED



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PAOE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE B.G. Cricket Board Will Protest -CMtlSTIANI GOING iBarbado* Advocate Corrwpon4*frt> GEORGETOWN, Man* 13 The B.C. Cricket Control Board hti Issued the following statement to-nighi. "The reply from the W.I. Cricket Control Board regarding thoif refusal to allow Trim to go lo England as seventeenth player was considered." The altcrnntive facing the B.G. Board was to withdraw from tha W.I Board and refute Robert Christiini. the colony's sole representative to make the trip anu these ware given serious donsldaration. It was unanimously agreed ttmv neither of these courses would bo in the best interest of the colony's cricket presently or in the future. However, it was agreed that a strong letter of protest be sen*. from the B.G Board to each member of the W.l Board stating our disapproval of the manner in which "we were treated not only in this matter, but on various ocoasioas regarding the selection of teams and nther matters in general It was ilso decided that a certain course of action would be taken in future, but the Board does not consider It advantageous to relaase details of thin course of action nt the present time The puhli. can rest assured however that as soon as It Is considered expedient to make knowr what Ink course of action would he, 'ills would he done"' —(By Cable 1 McCool Hits First Hundred Ausstes Draw Game CAPETOWN. March, IS. Western Province saved their match with the Australians ban to-day and so bec a me the second Pi "vinee—Natal were the first to draw two games with the touring side Australia, in reply to Ws*tnt, Provinoel SOS. declared their first innings closed at 425 for and then, in just i 11 battine the Province hit H2 fur the lOM of 3 wickets before were drawn. Australia were only 21 runs behind with 5 wnkets standing when play opened to-day and the i ut batsmen Archer and McCool. soon put ;: %  ahead They took the total to 36. before Archer was out and McCool :.-aching nis 50. registered his highest score of tha lour to date, beating his 45 not out in the Second Test. After lunch when Austral i. scored 41 m half an hour. McCool. completed a faultlsss cantury before the innings was declared This was his first hundred in first class games m three tours, covering New Zealand in 1SH6. England in 148 and South AMM this season. McCool did not make a mistaftc and batted, in all. two minutrshort of three hours and hit 7 lours The Province, as in tba first innings made a dismal start bart'ng h second time for taming balls from Ian Johnson dean fowled Nel and Wiiope in it's: L>UIT Only 37 run abet; on Ihe f*ird—ihey were 17 when • %  %  it in tha flrsi kanmgs — but Cheetham ano W'noe came to the resc..more with a stand of 60 for then third wicket Cheetham. the Province CapU.i.. followed up I -igs with 55 not out. The Australians play •> i mulch of the tour against s A si eleven startmit on Friday mar. TUESDAY MARCH U "HIGH TYMfc" artktes are here seen puttinc at the empire on Thaf%da> nighl. Lawn Tennis Disappointed Tournament Concluded KINGSTON. Ja. March 13 The llrst International Canb%  bean Lawn Tennis rhampi. 'i. In m Falrlleld Club. M l Bay, concluded y %  highlv successful, .Hid will most i The AcnWtuBfU mndr a clean sweep, winning nil live i men and women Singles and ..nd Mixed In the Doubles finals yeatardto Frank Qnent•ay and Tony Tralieri I-1 Irski Ukl fiad Si.:. I M -9. 6 -3: in the Women's Nancy Chaffe and Kobcleski beat Tony Trabcrt and Betty Rosenquest 6—3, 6—2. Fred Kovaleski. outplaye mn In the Grand National. Narzanl is now hoping thnt a vacancy another runner over ttv i ,.i %  realise his I \<( I .ilsliI s'liiiis: Briton Wins Men's Title LONDON. March 13. Richard BerKn UP men'.world lablc !" "' hls cock to meet for ti ) weight chamU.S. Boxing Is Healthy LONI 1 '. hut the boxing state tod F'romoter .lad; Solomons has created a world rsWOrd kl ScJttftSj %  fight to the pa Footballers Worried Over Weight 1.0NDON. March IS One of the I C r,nfi Footl all AssociaQV F.nnI land team to compete in the finals Id Cup at ftlo in June is the type and weight of equipment to be worn. -stimated that an English 1 League footballer carried nearly 10 pounds In excess weight in the form of heavy shirt and shorts. I thick stockings, shlnguards and I padding, ankle bandsgas cottonwool padding of the instep and I >-eivy leather boots. j A Continental player .jrns ou In attfe shirt, very brief shorts, thh | short "stocking*:, lightweight boot. I and very rarely wears shingusrdr %  is iWMtfagOly certain that I one. two, three perforne canvas lightweight boot will D the 8(i metres hurdles 10 o* jyg .•fey A""*"*" 1 .g'fr %  natoa tits tuple crown lo' ihr Imiihiiix louche* to their how whirh open Jamaicans Triumph At Guatemala GUATEMALA CITY, March II. i Sore Mouth Loos* Bloody Tooth S1 —j that will aoon-r iatareaoae your t*eth I fall OUT and may also KIIM Rheumatism and Heart Trouble A"Min %  topg funMeaolartba first Jay. enJi*or mouth v tlght-rw ih* l**.lh Ir^n > : %  Buarmnt** Atnoaan mum m:u • fmm mouth wfn and nv* your taeth or moa*x ba>rk on return of empty l'>r't'li?l Amownfrnmynurrheni'.y. The .rantee proAmosan Ti r r rrh„ J nxk Mo-.l. COD'S WAY OF SALVATION MADE PLAIN Frrr Bo.-.k from S 30. Central Avamie. ^ \ UM event and lonllrm the impression that Uie Jamaican women i field and track squad is the best competing t the Guatemalan OanM Search well broke th-' Central American record with 1 lime ••! 12.1 seconds but it was %  <-*niiscd because of thj The moat disputed race was iron by Cuba in the final of the 'tie relay Cuba's sprin'-e. surged up in the stretcn h the Jamaican star Mcb<
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