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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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|“STOP LEOPOLD® STRIKE IN BELGIUM.
| Attlee Plans | =. =< cues Covernment Faces Crisis

ammeeaatian an 3 BRUSSELS, March 17
LGHTNING strikes and warning of a Government crisis
Roosevelt ag Poon = ag to-day over the moves for the return of
Kin pold, :
Sta t d Th orime Minister Gaston Eyskens, back from two-day
rte e iaiks with Leopold in Switzerland, hinted this merning that
the Liberals might resign from his present Catholie-Lib- | —

Atom Age eral Coalition. +

Asked when Parliament would,Mons and at Charleroi even

| To Restrict
reign Diplomats
In London

t LONDON, March 17.

‘ pee eEIsRes Clement Attlee’s Labour Cabinet will!
B= decide soon whether “to “cage” Soviet and other ircn|
eurtain diplomats here within a 30 mile radius of Lond: 2.



NEW YORK, Mar. 17 meet to vote on_ repeal of the | technical college sturlents took i

A letter written by the late] Regency law provisionally exiling /Part. — s . i

President Franklin Roosevelt set} the King, he sald: “To call Par-|— Bi-lingual Brussels has not so f

n moti efforts that led io the} liament one must have a Gov-|far been affected by the strikes. 9)
covery of the atom bomb. This} ernment”. The Liberals, vital] Nor are the strikes expected to
is revealed to-day when about] pro-Government minority in the;sPread to the northern Flemish
85 per cent of the 5,000,000 letters,| predominantly Catholic Parlia-|Speaking region of the country
writter or received by Roosevelt} ment, have been divided over the where 72 per cent of the popuia-





in reprisal for Kremlin restrictions on Envoys in Moses, juring his whole political career] Royal question, tion voted in favour of the King’s fi
a ie ‘ rhe ban would affect wive became public property at a brief The Catholics claim Leopold's on Ed
~ i 7 amiilie and staffs of diplomats, | ercmony at the Franklin D 57.6 » 2 Se Officials of the Socialist-Gomin-
. ciipt 8 a 7 ‘ } per cent majority mM Sun . ;

US. RR. kxploded wel! as the Ambassaders and nt OSC ve it Labrary, Hyde Park day's National Retefendum a ated General Federation oi La-
; ee B Ministers of Fastern Europe pee York decisive call for his return. The bour, were unable to estimate
§ countries lhe best of. the letters were] soci ont ‘ the number of workers ol ike

: om omos suc 1eas . i mE NS Socialists Belgium's second | 28 DRARREF Ob WOERSIS: OF 2Fane, ‘
Such measures -- which the! vithhheld for 25 years, They largest party, and the Communists Earlier this week, the Federa-



might embarrass . ¢ “ > ’ . 5 x i
y 8 t = rr 88, or affect Am oppose the King’s return. tion announced plans for a
erican relations with other na | nationwiue general strike ee

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Says ULK. Editor would be an almost exact cc e
terpart to those which re 1

LONDON, March 1% Britons in Moscow unless
De Courcy, British! have specific authority to (

i editor who claims to have secret) side it. But the measures w
: ee sources, reported to-/| exclude any Soviet satellite
| day that eight more experimenvai) try which does not so limi
! ic explosions had taken place} British diplomats’ movements.|
> in Russia between Mareh 5 and} This would probably let Polan¢



was wrt bs : Pari
ritten Political. observers believed| consent of Parliament

sevelt on June 15, 1940, fiv “hee I .
ears before the atom bomb bi)}} at if the Liberal members of Promised
on Hiroshima, to Dr. Vannevar| the Cabinet did resign, another
Bush, The American sc‘entist Catholic-Liberal coalition could

He wrote the scientist that he | Quickly be formed by bringing



near



King leopold at Pr )
Geneva, last nigh promised ¢
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SHEERNESS, March 17. ences, subsidies and tariffs

The cadres of our journalists The newspaper added, that Sit
must be purged of elements; Department quarters and all @ °
foreign to our class and party” |cials consider that the two groups | Lawyer Gets Jail Here are some. of. the cases he

the resolution stated. In order |should. concentrate on the prols- | ; ‘i a
to raise the theoreticai—political lems of the dollar gap. —Reuter. | For Contempt will describe:



Ten bodies have been recovered

bays Se ead most brilliant sleuth,
+. He said it had been hoped earlier from the submarine Truculent

ee i

: a+ the jurists would meet in ; ;
Bish : ERS, 0. JURAESE > WS i se eg iimj-|N@W beached near Sheerness but
op Knight the spring, but many (legal Gli). shattered vessel is unlikely to

[tess still had to be overcome, be refloated until early next week,

5 > . . d »D . as Chairmar | Pre-Leopold Liberals. ;

TRAFALGAR SQUARE c i is : : > AVEN appointed him as Chairman | PF ment” about his return to the
March 10. ; out. Iron curtain diplomats found| . oa — —_ teok ithe. this. Actually the photo shows DELAMERE AVENUE in of the National Defence Researc! Some Liberal leaders have al-/throne and said fara ) i bdi-
a press, statement De Courey}| out of bounds without authority AIROBI where on March 30th the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester will present the Charter wich Committee, adding; Quite recent.| ready expressed willingness to tank le reat ss ao mee id

of vhe Intelligence Digest | ‘would be reported to their Gov-! will make NAIROBI a City. I appointed a Special Com-|Join such a Coalition. a an decide ; hinat h aa ;
gave these details:— ; ernments with a request for their| 7 oe ee uttee to study into the possibl Thousands of workers joined ae the Sen ate en : abeaih ‘Ss
$—Two explosions at 8} recall. Political quarters under-| st L t ti lationship to national defener] lightning 24-hour “Stop Leopold’ pi a $ vat gl & ee
boii of which were success- | stand that if Russia and her satel- Seretse 3 om [ ] S NA VY Wil i B i] D ecent diseoveries in the fei} strikes, which spread swiftly]; . ‘ine 1 : ha RE ea ec

March 6—An explosion at 2/lites will lift presenv restrictions, ing | e e of atomistics, notably the fiss through French-speaking south- | ° et ’ sept Rag oe

pm, and one at midnight, both} Britain will automatically dro | anium cn B tae only two votes shoig of it, They are

. ies (tales. bs ied | ¢ ee ee [ ri ern Belgium to-day, considered certaii sel. support
of which were very _successful.| the idea of retaliation.—(Reuter) ome Mondav 4 ARGE AIRSHIP, { will now request that Government crisis over the| ; +} oe " bet e
March 9—Two explosions round | L ’ d ommittee report directly to possi/le return. ofthe exiled King from the Royalist elements

out midnight. March 10—Two i es * the function of your commit-] also threatened the country with | #meng the Liberals when the re-

i a tee . ; ii : a tin 2h) ME En etendeel nates ‘ é thy peal of the Regency ‘Bill come
more cents” whieh Labour Majority |... eae Seer te To Combat Russia’s ec, includes this special matter, possible Liberal breakaway! before Parliament.
s SS! 4 . | . se lama, exileaq eniet- and c TtTtee ma consicdet he prese . are, om ; MEAS e « ‘

a De Courcy Claimed that in- D * 7" Fi | designate of the Bamangwat t advisable to upport per or the present Catholie-Libe ral) Police are investigating wheth-
telligence evidence “gathered by Own LO Five | tribe, will leave London on Mon- | Sehonorkel Submarine tudies on this subject” eee me | an explosion in a blast furnace
advanced’ methods of a highly! |day for Bechuanaland. He ac- | * Mrs. Roosevelt said at . “cays : uae icial ee at Seraing, near Liege, this morn-
secret. kind” showed that on|/ST BY-ELECTION SOON jcepted to ‘ne British Govern- eremony: “It will be a useful] Sttike mainly hit the industr ong ing was due to sabotage
Febryary 28 or March 1 an ex- ;ment issage on a British WASHINGTON, March 17 vealthy thing for importa cor of | lege, Mons and Char-| Leading members of the Social
tremely imporvant experimental! GLASGOW, March 17 | Overs‘ lying boat The American Navy is asking Congress for money ents of the story of th eroi in the Walloon: area, which} Ghristian (Catholic) Party and

. a started in Russia. | The Labour Party's slim ma-| Serctse made his decision after} byild the world’s four largest airships. The wil) be ars to be available here to all} Voted 58 per cent against Leo- the Liberals, partners in he

(y oe “evidence” also confirmed,| jority in the British House of|@ !ong discussion this afternoon | signed to comb tR ia’ io, 5 aa . Bah ws ss re seriously concerned thi paldis “setuen 68 "tat: PERGes#) Conliien Government, have been
De Courcy said, that Russia has} Commons was dropped to five to-| With hi ti Miri Ma. PA.) See combat hussia's ong-range ochnorkel submarines @ On Page 7 national plebiscite meeting separately throughout
made considerable advances in a} day with the deavh here of | Fraenkel | or , my A House of Representatis Stage Strike the day ee disc nt sit tal
fem of nuclear energy far more} Scottish member. ; Mr. Fraenkel flew specially | : e ' eee ee Sete : a Wi About 45,000 walked out at “The I iberal Cl erie w 6

as the aterm bembeused| Adem McK a wen tnetiron 9 \ftiea tauadeice him I: ederation jrecent statement by Rear Admira = " ° Liege, shuviing all coal mines and | o4 ne. Tabewy eae we
in the Japanese war or at Bikini.} West Dumbartonshire seat la:t|@fver the British Government an- | Alfred Pride, aeronautie Bureat U.N. Council five big factories amaiaeill ois ra roe ve a :
| rief, that avy’ ) nembers the Cabin \ ger
—Reuter. month by only 613 votes, died in| oun ive-y@ar ban on} Ghief hat the Navy re , ; In the Mons area, miners struck Mot the P: — 3 . ; er
hospital here causing the first by- | Seretsé My Fraenkel said he roposa Ss t | Priation Tequnet for the comit Cannot Upset in 40 pits, in the Borinage indus- oe a. nots cha mn an wa va
| election since the General Election | wante to wait in Britain for the ) year included money for the P trial Melt the toppage was gen- ads the evi Parliament=
. waa l tior the rit Il igas bags to cos ibout $4.000.000 . ary group
° State of the Parties in the House | PU! aul { th hite paper Suvadce Aavonsin Ganie an gas bags to cost ub a Dang era 7 : *
U.K. W ill Not now is: Labour 314, Conservatives |but would leave by air later eee BELIZE. Toe ‘ Israeli I acl ramwaymen also came it They dic fe, eenee
. . 298, Liberals 9, Irish Nationalisi's eas Sr 3 a Attics out the sama | The proposals for a fed- i ee : te 7 ; GENEVA, Mat j i Sande reer
Change Policy |2. These, with the Speaker, make| ¥™Me as Seretse. _ || eration of the British Carib- oe he vl so ind ciel Rata Ss pide a i hilar tin 2 To ow :

a ‘otal of 624.—Reuter. | ee ae aprhey our oat bean have been released in s cbesitn hao, a an a re x, ‘a 12 . : Gnnagnt, «Birt E ; Sere e
or the civil action about | “itis ras Te ; poration, Akron, Ohio ave ruste ip 0 ~ Manned to hold *ress Confer-

4 On Germany | ener enigicmsee Seretse's inhesttlaae from his | ata ie tee ee a | The big blimps holding non-j} debates on the statute for J¢ oo Months k or ein "Suit reporters ; re told 1

soi Sif . e | grandfather and father which is | The Belize Billboard says inflammable helium will be 1 salem, stated at today’s meet i h _ [his secretary that the Press (
Mee AOADON. March 13.1 Six Prisoners due. for-hesting-omApelt. 11,111 “Ag far os cthe poopie weep pthen holtthe length -of the pra-{that itang attempt were me. | Depriving Negroes. |jerence was called of

4 os een Ene in- : also have to report back to the concerned, the report may | war divigibles, Their two Wri by the Couneil to alter the G f Ci il Ri h The meeting of the Jelgium

ae PaHon of changing its policy “in! " of tribe about my visit to London) | be . ; i | engine will give em ( fsraeli-Jordar ry ( ) y : ‘nt ;

4; 1 ; (ero j,°e i ) : 4 | xe thrown in the waste | eral raeli-Jordan a ivi I s iCabinet scheduled for
wae resi future” on the} Perish In hire for [ am legal adviser to them! | basket. . As far back as speed of about 75 knot reement, his Gavernment v 8 , | has been postpone t “mor-
_s. of nan disarmament, NORTH CAROLINA, March 17 | as Iam te Seretse.” | 1947, the people voted |Navy believes these airshiy ediately submit the quest \TLANTA, Georgia, Mar, 17 | row,
ign Office spokesman said “a he. i c | Seretse will be allowed to go to against federation A jbe able to cruise many d the Security Council sheriff John Lynch ¢ his De ay 7 Wal im
} i 1 and his I
- today Six prisoners diéd of suffocation 44 j at ‘. : curity une) . } Throughou Wallonia i
on: ade iashen' a sAntieeas couéht tae Lobathi to collect evidenee for the | In presenting a condensa~ | They are to be equipped Ebar ' teme /puty William Hartline were sen- } typion ficial arene pit
"He was commenting on Winston | °C"y Oe a2. | Civil Court. action. and to be -be | tion of ae report on Sat- jlatest electronic devices ¢ ‘ h ed : jtenced to 12 months’ imprisonment, | 4. 1 ;
rchill’ references +e ]/in the gaol of vhis small textile} a ora } : ; t ] : j e Counc i jiscussk workers to I
is references. in the thiun’ PRev were discovered when! Dae his white wife Ruth, former} | urday, the Daily Clarion jto track down and destre i Article ¢ { the statute and each fined $1,000 here today | ctpi, nst tl I
al : of Commons yesterday to) ae ete | London typist who is expecting a | says, “ We beseech the } marines —Keuter ea ; ee . for depriving seven negroes of J ebeaape’ rs '
epessibility of Germany taking} PO'uCe brought another prisoner) pany in June people to study the proposal or telad pigtiaye Mchaga sieagmad es Civil Rights. Thi the | Leopold
4 any taking! i. | baby in June . stud 2 sals rR A ha +t ; ; ‘thei v1 tigh S$ was © fs .
= the. defence plans of | '° ane -. : tim ra|,, The Government told Seretse with an open mind,” 1 { t T a "7 s a . ¥ : aximun entence allowed by Althou
western powers. } aaree OF the six: viclims Wei~ |that most. of the, evidence he re+ —By Mail | ’ A en Oo adhil Al Jamali, who stated }law Lynch and Hartline were |®fé | underst
i the Ppspend by Chancellor rete’ Ge hake decae oak . 2 | quired for the qourt coule he } F it ip : nd Israel fe | cot victed in the Federal Court on | tacitly support
eh ; for a guarantee of se- | Were tO have faced « NKENNESS | oaliected from his tribe by agents, | } Y must vacate Jerusalem wher {March 19 of depriving the negroes | Federation of ibour,—Reuter
eae Gti trom. the. western powers, | Charges this morning.—Reuter, [).. if necessary he. would. be| | — | Overthrow Govi. vatat pproved, “Mr. °! )of their rights by delivering ther sige
British attitude was that siven special permission to visit} | 1} ai My Government does 10l| to Ku n organisatior . . .
. i ni __ I i sat) ee ‘ 1 ‘ ‘ , ‘
+ American, British and| |his tribe “under supervision.” { \ f y | In Bolivia hold that the Trusteeship ¢ for pur Attorney j FRANCE I AVOURS
n troops remain in occupa-| Murde od oO 1 An | —Reuter. | \P 1] r tv Way ipetent nounce ippeal t 3-POWER MEET ING
in Germany the question of | . PE Ju } —_———— k BUENOS IRES, Maret et c the Gene Israc United Staves Circuit Cot |
5 tantee does not arise | os ony é | } Four icers of the armed for t As nent Appeals, and to the Unite t PARIS, Marc
Fs C ‘ ee : . | : I tice Agreemen \Ph , an
a Atlantic Pact, it was point- | Impulse: I Oo Die Vatican Protests ate. Bas elleney a Governo and nine civilians have beer Rk continut ndet p Suprem« Court, if necessary | A French Governmer i
fa mit provides for defensive; ae | Football Association tne rested in suppression of tempt ter he ‘ The judge allowed the twe jman today said «
’ aggressions too place PENNSYLVANIA, March 17. | 7 2 | the Gariton-Empire first d : |to overthrow the Bolivian Gov . ae to remain free on bail pendin e | vou rench, Bri
involved troops of fae ig- | A Jury here recommend Ai Expulsion O | ste at Kensington © tr }ernment, according to an offic re y' 7 2 ° es | appeal Bight other defend: and United St Foreign Minis-
powers. in. occupation in|death in the electric chair for | BF heats ir . ; announcement reported from]. o a" a ee : |with them were acquitted. ters, within the next few months
a * an . | s is the $ te f the | . a .¢) part of 1e agreeme cal }
-—Reuter, | Edw ard Gibbs, 25 year old student; Papal Secretary 1950 football seas sd should | | apaz voda The Governme Deane a oe —-Reuter. ' —Reuter
_ |who confessed that he murdered. ¥ result in an ugg blamed the outlawed Nati . .\ ’
ja 21 year old stenographer at . | patton. wares 5-Up the Revolution: Movement for ti igian
. pai | First Divis Compet . 1 ; elf
PRISON TERM pcollege on “an impulse. The In Czechoslovakia | | vas sind Betpine comer e of the disturbances and said labour if 2
. , stenogr. tT > Xe Pee ree ‘ alists th nock-out Cor ator ad conspired t art Ahamad Shukairy, Syrian
7 YEARS eer te oe a a iF | VATICAN CITY, Mar. 17 } ingles: in the Knock-out ’ . A d oooepay i to star Bo c % me re
college on January 0 eerie The Vatican is to make a The B.A.F.A, have in n dy ir oo ear .
“4 c See aes 1 é a is é ; . again made wininitliintaiiad " : wisic
Be GHAGEN, March, 1 i letter and top make a as ee strong protest to Czechoslovakia ry iathe th " — ane vas . acuainaad I cain , anes io €

4 Danish Supreme Court}On January 14 her body was against the expulsion of Mon- oe ng the exact price for admis. T St i agreement pe es go ni . }

J raised from five to 12 years}found buried at a cottage. Foul) sionor Ottavio De Liva, Secretary anti 7 ee ruman udies nen f the Palestine problem

ee or passed by a war|days later Gibbs, a married mat,| o¢ the Papal Nunciature in % ‘ Thi settlen en has ee

8 Na; covet on Werner Besi,}gave himself up. In evidence 1€! Prague, it was learned to-day. ae fourtls regatta of the Roya A Plan reached, at least in part ag aic}

3 Tepresentative in Denmark|said he had no motive for the Vatican circles described the ex- is hare o Ree — takes plac at , k by the General Assembly Res« |

, during the occupation, killing except “an impulse. pulsion as an affront, without pre- r } be NEW YORK, March 17 lution setting up the corpus se | % “

—Reuter. —Reuter. cedent in the annals of diplo- aaiian ye pee _ nat The New Yor x Times reported aratum ot Jerusalen | oO b a b 1 a n

‘ macy. “The expulsion, this source cay oe bia eee that Eban replied that as viewed | | - <

of “g vt > sener residen lruman 18 udying his government all lecision |
7 Y said, fitted into the general P t N . : : ee ji gover
; U. K. FRANCE U S | framework of the Communist plan ar ew een ba see a Covenntae’ the agreement must stand unti
, st-leve mmittee ) i ‘ weer : ‘abi
j : " i 49 — to suffocate Rome’s voice of peace ei ae f aid ne ‘i bay A ated Pal (a full peace settlement betwee Superintendent Bob Fabian,
e 7 and universal brotherhood in BERLIN, March 17 ae CCOnGeec Welicy ane 6 pe) «israel a Jordan ha eor | ielsindll Yard } ritter
ISTS WILL STUDY Russia's satellite countries The. Central Committee of the|!€l. Commission’ of outstandin® | oo neq | scotland Yard, has writtc
High Vatican sources to-night | Socialist Unity Party (SED) pr er te PS tote Dene es: teusteeshit : real-life detective story of the «¢
â„¢ 9 1. , It stated tha he State Depart ,
at 7 y C 7 @ On Page 3 day announced a forthcoming bs deit Rae the Eeonomic Co oun competent to set ie the tury.
‘ fe A iD | ‘Sa ae ae. Fv entire gle press |tion Administration favoured tl ey igreeme ul
: | as ermany. In a 3,0 . “It was oul nderstand
; | ‘ . proposal ’ Fabian will re-live all ‘
4 ‘ - j ‘ word resolution, published today The . : >} { when we med the armisti
3 ( arch 17. ag a ora . » | i y, The sroups would eek >| whe VC sign big
Fa 5 , ut INDON, ye i ois LOBodic 5 Re covere d the Central Committee criticised| achieve consistency in domestic|that this shall not be changer! thrills he has packed, into 28 ‘ears
7, BRITAIN “views favourably” a meeting of : merican, ; an the low idepiogical level of the|and foreign economic programmes | éxeept by common consent of the |] of top-flight police work, He will
h and British jurists this summer to consider enaing I rom rruculent party press, and the dangers of | while taking account of such €l°-| parties.” The Council adjourned |} tell the secrets. of casés wich
. fi : z : in eacman “ a “% 2} nf nis as nest gric ‘ : / av mornint
State of war with Germany, a Foreign Office spoke man non-political journalistic infu-jments as domestic icubtural | until Monday morning Reuter build: up. ie. reseed: as. Sixitain’s



these problems were still being}i.. Admiralty announced to-day. |

Elected W.L.

studied and the three Foreign the qualifications of our journalists,







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ls The Truculent ank in ; r i i
A * Ministers might take up the Thames Estuary last January, the editor-in-chief = ance me AMBASSADOR iN ARGENTINA How the Do Do ers Wo k
rchbishop question at. their next meeting,|, i+, the loss of 64 lives, after a|!8 Tesponsible for seeing that all TO LONDON | | arr e
(Bart a possibly towards the ee of APih« [collision with the Swedish tanker Peer. 7 the editorial “ah BUENOS AIRES, March 17. | BUENOS AIRES, Mach \7 |
RGETOWN Mord 17 4 usually reliable eee ar Jact|Divina. ten »y the _Gpcaprons of ae Boletin fal announées th<| . P* Al me . Ceruttl, an é.rgen-
Beit Guiana’s Bistios, Al American authorities anti One body was recovered from} ar y and Government and im-|appointment of Carlos Albert< tine lawyer was sent to prison to- The Case of The Fake
John Kni ata g Ob. 40) autumn took the lead in pin - *Ithe shattered hull yesterday and | portant publications of the Pravda| Hogan as Argentina’s new Am- | 428 while defending Dr, Ricard :
Bites a, » Was elected West In| to end the stete of war, had since) ,ayal salvage crews, cutting their}and the newspaper for lastipg|bassador if Lomddny replacing: Balbin who is charged with] Policeman.
= Archbisha” oe the been disvouraged by eV “ ais way through the . stecl casings, peaee and, the peoples demecracy. Labougle who Was recalled ear- libelling President Juan Peron. |
born in mand ardie, Knighs, ‘irresponsibility ; and poli ica found nine more bodies to-day. —Reuter. lier this year.—(Reuter.) The judge hearing the cass
ahs don on January +) immaturity” in Eastern Germany. |rhe engine room of the submarine | against Dr. Balbin, dec ided that
&, ne Assistant Curate a been pumped out, and the a declaration made by Dr. Cerutti





ames Enjiel r soryers believed no move tc has ; : e e e . 2S :
ton Dj ield Highway (Lon- Observers bee it hull was being patched to-day. Be- [ d Wi li F ht F contained insulting expressions : i
Raster to @) then served as head-| end the state of war would bc tiaid of bad weather salvage work ngri l or ta and sentenced him to eight days’ | No. 1. (the nearest real-life
. ?

Coast the Isadel College, Gold | made before the occupation tattite] Sadia be stenmpaed (is ater imprisonment. for. Contempt of approach to Raffles).

| The Trail of Cat Burglar







Uso rans aie in West Africa, | comes. up feat af ision in the} con for the second time _ LOS ANGELES, Mar. 17 \thay Dt. Lindstrom, by his action] CoUrt-—(Reuter.) :
Sry and thie equipped dispen- | autumn.-—(Reuter. —Reuter. : aa is. ingid Baqnen and conduet in a ov: is the}
iana’e « ‘ i Py i ntti © the Uni States from | proper person to have Pia.’ | x . °
haiacen e's hon! he tag hc | ‘ E Italy to battle for the cusody of De. Lindstrom is fling a cross| Famine in China: | The Chase to Gretna
and French = he British, Dutcl Ki i nd Will PHILIPPIN her twelve year old daughter Pia,| petition demanding that Pia tc| a BS Green
Ribens tee. inta : "I her attorney, Mr. Greson Bautzéer,|alloWed to rémain in his custody | Millions W ill Die .
REPRESENTAT IVE ennounced here In Washington, Senator Edwin C. | F



; : > |
S rt Peace a “Ingrid ig determined to make | Johnsor (Democrat. Colorado) c * KONG i :
Four Executed : “PP } LAKE, SUCCESS, March 17 the fighr of life for Pia,” Roig pase HONE KONG. Mateli 13

her he|seid that neither Miss Bergma: The worst famine in China’s |
















HELSINKI, March. 17 Manue! Eseudiero, fi Seer: aid. She will leave Italy as soon|nor-Robert Rosselini, Igalian filin| modern history, with thousands in the
offi Berlin, March 17 i's new Coalition Govern. ; tar { the PLillipine Legatio ) in| as the trial date is set and will be| director pnd, father. of. hex six- | ulready dead and millions expect- | . :
oMmelals of the Ger ment tonight declared their im-| Argentina, has been appointed)a witness, |} weeks olt| son, should be permit-|ed to perish before the next har- |
armam nts factors n- | temion to support. efforts for he | Philly pine repr sentative on the Meanwhile former jidge Isaac | ted vo ehier the United State | vest, is developing in China, semi meee \

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MR. & MRS. HEWITT-MYRING as they walked in from the
‘plane yesterday afternoon at Seawell

IS EXCELLENCY the Gov-
ernor and Mrs. Savage, ac-
companied by Mr. W. Lambert,
were at the Empire Theatre last
nigh to see Eric Gates’ Musical
Revue “High Tyme‘, Lady Colly-
more was also in their party.
The Empire was again crowded
for both matinee and evening per-
formances and “High Tyme’ con-
tinues to be a great success,
The last repeat performance
takes. place to-night av 8.30 o’clock.

“Nothing Fussy”

. R. H. PRINCESS ALICE and

the Earl of Athlone on their
voyage from Trinidad to George-
town ‘on board the C.N.S. “Laay
Nelson” were specially served by
Barbados-born Mr. Duesbury,
fun-poking saloon-man of the
ship, and among his souvenirs of
this trip are the autographs of

the Princess amd the Ear! on a
pound note.
Before leaving the “Lady

Neison” Princess Alice said
“we had a delightful and interest-
ing voyage” . and the Earl

auded “I enjoyed it im-
mensely.. .”
Aboard the “Nelson” were

three-score Canadian and Ameri-
can tourists and other passengers,
and they all agreed that the
Princess and the Earl were .
“the essence of charm and good-
neighbourliness.”

Officers and w of the vessel

found them “very simple
people” who were always anxious

to-avoid being paid special at-
tetition. “They just wanted to be
treated like anybody else” was
the~impression created. “There

was.nothing ‘fussy’ about them at
all.”

Said one of the Officers: “They
proved themselves very good sail-

ors.. They took their breakfast
and f@a in their suite — the
‘Ambassador suite’ -——- but went
down into the dining saloon for
their Wihch and supper where
they mig@e other passengers as
well as~members of the crew

feel well at home.”
After A Short Holiday

FTER spending a short holiday
in Barbados, Miss Zena
Gomez returned to Trinidad yes-
terday by B.W.I.A Mr. and Mr
Tom ‘Yaylor and Mr. and Mrs
John Corbin, were at Seawell
see her 2x.

to



BY THE WAY.....

It must be most annoying fol
sculptors to have their work as-
sessed by weight, though «a
figure or a bust were a cake at

as
church bazaar

I see that a new work by Mi
Epstein is referred to as a 1}-ton
figure. I suppose some critics
have discovered the weird truth
that what appeals to many peop!*
in sculpture sheer heftines».
Their attitude is rafher iike that
of the man who said that minia-
tures had no appeal for him be-
cause they were absurdly
small. Or again, like that of the
howling vulgarian whose wile
hired a string quartet for a party
“Surely,” he grumbled, “we coulc
afford more than four of them.’

SO

Art Drive

If only the Socialists had had
time to nationalise sculpture, thr

Output per unit of art personnel
would have increased the over-
all tonnage considerably. Any

decent sculptor would have res-
ponded to a call from Whitehal!
to ad@a couple of cwt., to every
t= in his studio.
x<éhormous symbolical fi¢

wane

Returning As Public
Relations Advisor

R.eand lirs. Hewitt-Mycing,
are back in Barbados. Mr.
Myring returns as Public Relations
Adviser to Colonial Development
Corporation and will also act for
the Controller as British Co-Chair-
man of Caribbean Commission. Mr.
Myring who left Barbados in July
1947 spent four months in Ameri-
ca for medical treatment before
returning to England.

He resumed his post at the be-
ginning of the year, and worked
for one monih in the Colonial
Office in London, before leaving
for New York and flying vo
Kingston. He then went over to
Belize, to spend a week with his
good friend Governor Garvey, and
wrote a report on his visit there
when he returned to Kingston.
Early yesterday morning he left
Jamaica and he was met at Sea-
well yesterday afvernoon by Prof.
C. G. Beasley, with whom he and
his wife will be staying temporar-
ily

Staying With The ‘‘Trees”’

ISS JUDITH MONTAGU,
+ who was here last year for
a holiday arrived yesterday by
B.W.1I.A. from Jamaica where

she has been for one month. From
England, she will be here for five
days staying with Mr. and Mrs
Ronald Tree at their home “Heron
Beach”, St. James

Mr Tree, she told Carib will
leave with her and accompany her
as far as New York.

Returns From The
D. C. FROST, who has

Leewards
M'
been away for thirteen

months, returned to Barbados yes-
terday by B.W.I.A from St
Kitts. He has been to Montserrat,
Antigua and St. Kitts as Acting
Manager for the Cable and Wire-
less Branches in those islands,
spending four months in each of
them. His wife and son Patrick
met him at the airport

A Rumour From St. Kitts

@NARIB heard yesterday that
Xu Mr. Peter King who has
been for a short time with the St
Kitts Branch of the Royal Bank
ff Canada, will be returning to
Barbados on March 25th It is
understood that he has been trans-
ferred one of the ovhner West
Indian Islands or British Guiana

ures, 20ft., by 31ft., for the facadef
of a new hotel we've taken over
Symbolical of what? Oh, make
em just symbolical.”
Maison Tirlitontaine
‘DARLING,” said Fouicnough
to the prettiest the assistants
before the opened -for the
day, “Darling, whatever you do
don’t take those strawberries out
of the window. They are made
of cardboard. And when you
sell a basket of the ordinary tin-
ned ones remember they ar
specially forced in sunny Anda-
lusia, and flown here, which is
why they cost 9s. 6d. each.” The
girl thus instructed wriggled
sulkily out of the Captain's arms

f
ol

shop

and muttered, “O.K., Fairy
Prince.” As soon as she had gone
out of the room her place wes
taken by a_ second assistant

“Get the women on to the sweet
pickled rhubarb from Jamaica,”
said Foulenough “Mark it 35s.
6d., a jar, cross that. out, and put
‘reduced to 31s. 10d." “Anything
you say, bar-lamb,” replied the

“Send girl and went down to the shop.
-A third girl took her place at
t-



Intransit
ISHOP WILSON, the new
Bishop of Trinidad arrived
yesterday by B.W.I.A. from Brit-
ish Honduras via Jamaica. He
will be here until the 23rd March
when he leaves for Trinidad,
where he will be enthroned the
following day. He was accom-
panied by his wife and two chil-
dren and they wére met at Sea-
well by Bishop Hughes and Rev
Griffiths. They will be staying at
the St. Lawrence Vicarage in
Hastings.

Mail and Air Express

ARIB made a slip in saying
that mail from England is
getting here much quicker thar

it used to. He should have said
air express packets. Both the
Colonial Postmaster and _ the

Branch Manager of British Wes‘
Indian Airways have pointed out
that all Air Mails from England
are despatched to Barbados by
B.O.A.C. and B.W.LA.

Carib’s “bundle” came here Air
Express by T.C.A. and got here
3 days earlier.

For Two Weeks
R. Victor Gill, brother of Mr.
Rex Gill, arrived yesterday
afternoon by B.W.I.A. from
Trinidad accompanied by his wife
for two weeks’ holiday. They are
staying at Cacrabank. Mr. Gill
is with Apex Trinidad Oilfields.

Health Has Improved
R. U. S. BRNADTZAEG, a2
forest engineer with the
Canadian National Paper Co. of
Clova, Quebec, arrived in Barba-
dos three weeks ago for reasons
ef health and is staying at Worth-
ing Guest House.

He told Carib yesterday that
this is his first visit to the tropics,
and he is certainly enjoying it.
Since he has been here, his health |
has already improved 100 per}
cent. }

He expects to return home about ;
April 8 and regrets that he can-|
not stay on longer.

eae a EECCA Sk RRERERE POE Oe SR ee NS ER HFN eee



Draftsman Returns Home |
R. and Mrs. A. Prada of|
Quiriquire, Venezuela, re-

turned home recently by B.W.LA. |

after spending two weeks’ holi-|
day. They were staying at Worth-
ing Guest House

Mr. Prada is a draftsman em- |

ployed with the Creole Petroleum |

Corporation.

Self Help Fair

x UMFRIES,” the home uf Mr. |

and Mrs. George Evelyn will
not be a home on Tuesday 21st
March, between 3.30 p.m. and
6 p.m., but will be the scene of a
sale, organised by the Women’s!
Self Help Association and hand-}
work of all kinds, flowers, home-
made ices and cakes will be on
sale.

Returning To-day |

Me and Mrs. A. G. Rodri-
guez of Caracas, Venezuela
will be returning home to-day

after spending an enjoyable three
weeks’ holiday here as guests at
Worthing Guest House

Mr. Rodriguez, an accountant
of the St. Clair Oil Company was
paying his first visit to the island
While for his wife, it was the
second.

Trinidad CivilServants Here

ISS Yvonne James and Miss
Yoland Lovelace, both Civil
Servants attached to the General
Post Office, Trinidad, are now in
Barbados for six weeks’ holiday
Chey arrived on Wednesday by
B.W.LA. and are staying at Lea-
ton-on-Sea, The Stream.



By Beachcomber

ondling headquarters. “When

you smile at a man,” said Foule-

close to the nev
potatoes from Interlaket
They're going badly.” “And ij
he’s a Government spy?” “Givi
him a bit of the Bulgaria:
chutney to shut him up.” “S
long, master-mind,” said the girl

Carrying The War Into

Africa

The rat which recently made
its nest in a tin of rat-poisor
obviously believed that attack is
the best form of defence. Wé
Bhall soon see some _ swash-
buckling mouse striding up to <¢
trap, kicking it to bits, snatch-
ing the cheese, and going off t
boast behind the wainscot. Th«
late Lord Minglewaters tells, in
his “Memoirs of a Two-Barrel
Man,” how a grouse once rushe:
at him and knocked his hat off.

Replacing his hat with the
utmost coolness, he got a bang in
the face from a wing, a peck or
the nose, and off went. his hai
again. Laughter from the neigh-
bouring butts. sent him hom«¢
with a flushed face, Starch Your
WHat With Snibbo,

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Family dresses, specially de-
signed to set-off the ruby-red
French decoration, the Legion
of Honour.

The Queen wore a crinoline
gown of crisp white tulle
mounted over silver tissue.
The bodice and skirt were em-
broidered in a design of silver
feathers, each feather ending
in a motif of rubies to tone
perfectly.

White tulle fell from her
shoulders with the silver and
ruby feather embroidery re-







peated on it. She wore a
bandeau and ornament of
diamonds.

Princess Elizabeth wore a
satin gown in palest green.
The draped bodice was held in
place by a halter collar of em-
broidered satin, continuing in
two panels down to the floor.
The embroidery was in pale
green paillettes, pearls, tiny
emeralds and gold.

The Princess wore diamonds
and the scarlet ribbon of the
Legion of Honour.

—L.E.S.



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SAID THE PRESIDENT

(Express Staff Reporter) .

INSTON CHURCHILL. .The

Voice in the darkness for a/cess Elizabeth, M. Schuman; and |

France oppressed....It was the
name on the lips of the President
of France, M. Vincent Auriol, at
Buckingham Palace when he re-
plied to a toast by the King at the
state banquet.

The toast was given in the ball-
room. The King said in French:
‘I raise my glass to your healih
nd that of Mme. Auriol, as weil
the prosperity and happiness
f France.’

And M. Auriol replied: “We
chall rot forget those long and
painful hours when the whole of
France, oppressed and tortured
struggled in the dark to prepare
the liberation of the morrow lis-
tening to the dauntless voice of
Winston Churchill hurling at the

t
as to

oO

enemy vne inspired defiance of a
united Britain.”
169 Guests
The man M., Auriol spoke about

sat on the right-hand wing table
Winston Churchi)l was one
the 169 guests at vables set
with pieces of silver gilt plate.
At the top table, from left to
ight. were the Duchess of Kent,
the Prime Minister (Mr. Attlee),
Duchess

out

‘ae

Second Visit

ICHAEL NAPIER, who went

to school in Barbados, has
just returned to England from a
skiing holiday at Zermatt, Switz-
erland. He was looking very
sunburnt when a London friend
saw him in London last week. “I
had a wonderful time,” he said
This Michael’s second visit
to Switzerland; he was there with
he Oxford and Cambridge Skiing
Ciub two years ago. He is now
‘vorking at his uncles’s engineer-
ing firm in Manchester.

was

of
And while this dinner of soup, |

of Gloucester, tha Guards band.

Archbishop of Canterbury, Prin-

Duchess of Beaufort.

Other members of the Cabinet,
including Mr. Ernest Bevin, For-
eign Minister, were there too.

Princess Margaret was absenv.
She was in bed with influenza.

And The Menu

This was the four-course menu
for the guests:—

Consomme Aux Quenelles
Supreme De Saumon
Roi Georges VI
Poussin Bouquettiere
Petits Pois Au Beurre



| Pemmes Nouvelles a La Menthe |

Salade Royale.
| Bombe Glacee Nicoise
Petits Fours Glaces
jsalmon, chicken, peas and new
potatoes, fruit salad, ice
and biscuits was being
music was played by the

eaten,
Welsh

On Annual Visit
R. and Mrs. Percy Philip of
M Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, who
have been visiting the island an-
nually for the past ten years are
now back here for a_ holiday.
They came in recently by B.W.LA.
accompanied by Mrs. O. Gopaul
and Miss Vivian Lee and will b
here until the end of the month
as guests at “Glencove”, Worth-
ing.
Mr
prietor |
and President of the Co-operative
Bank, Port-of-Spain.

To-Night

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Two of her

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programmes shortly.

First is a handle with small
claws, which are released by
pressing a button for gripping

steel wool to scour pots and pans

Mrs. Kaley, facing housework
for the first time recently in i
servantless Washington hous¢
found that steel wool took the
varnish off her nails and the skin
off her fingers. So she invented
the “Gripit’ and has taken
her patent.

Her second invention, also dis-
covered during her American
stay, is a non-spill powder-bo>:
a dance at Palm
Beach she opened her powder
box and spilled face powder down

of availabie powder box, studied

}all their faults and disadvantages

jand then sat down to concoct the
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May be hanging after
drawn in some quarters. (6)

. At @ pinch one may take the
trouble to pick up a pin. (3)
It may be an imposition

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| x. being

then— , (3)
. tee -f 10. Was solo invented here? (4

| The Queen, President Auriol,| 11; That ts a penny each way. shail
the King, Madame Auriol, the | 1 mS (4)

Duke of Gloucester, the Princes: lena alphabet a letters of the

toyal, Lord Chancellor (Lord | 13 Sam returns with tea under-
‘Jowitt), Lady Patricia Ramsay, | 14, Tae a hie in

the Lord President of vhe Council! 16. A tree that has varied. (3)
(Mr. Herbert Morrison), and the| 18 Faia sort of thing creates a

| 21. ary to rounds, (5)

| i@ age Of sheer audacity.
Hint, just hint. (5) es
Lone sort of Christmas, (4)

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out pretence, (5) oe
28 Kenaning oerere this Makes one
Senseless. (;
| 29. See 18 Down, -
Down
1, Now we have to stop a while (4)
2. One way out of many. (4)
| 3%. What one is sure to turu up w
| the end. (4)
4 Found in epic odes. (4)
5. Humorous or mischievous decep
tion. (4)
| %. This is the noim oak. (4)
| 8 Kind of luck one occasionally
1 gh. (3)
- Put @ penny on 16 Acros. }
| 12, Old-time slang for 5 Down (3)
15, Its purpose is elimination (6)
17, Deformity through a pea in a |
18 and 39 Ace oO
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his hoardings, (4-6) ee

» One ae toners may be two, (5)
apparently can

end to it. (4) 7 war

22. Malay dagger. (4)

26. Wanted but unwed. (3)

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2 ia; 8. Every; 10. Cut: 11. §

b i ia, Tows; 15, Abut: 96
Weevil; 19, Cell; 21, Dine; 22. Realistic:
25, Ibis; 26, Dirt: 27, Bizoted Down:

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' ao the Holy See, Dr. Ilya
wold Reuter to-day he did noti
jnow whether he would be re-
following Monsignor De
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ved complete break of diplomatic

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Willie The Bandit” fee aa
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SUCCESS, March 17. t

eee | CANADA WILL TRAIN
250 N.A.P. OFFICERS

| the United Nations to-day
OTTAWA, March 17.



a rt that a notorious
named “Willie the Actor” |
d-to capture the payroll
> Corporation, owners

lie”, believed te base car.
out a recent ew ,
wk bank robbery, failed to} 100 Air Force officers from Atlantic Pact countries,
year. ’ Brooke Claxton, Minister of National











CANADA has offered to train 150 army officers and |






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The
day
Company’
Mr.} Gordon,” was due off the mouth
Defence, announced | of the Yangtse river next Tuesday

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BARBABOS ADVOCATE



OPENING OF
| PARLIAMENT

WOUSE OF GERMS
FLU AUNSTER











U.S. Evacuate
Red China

WASHINGTON,

Trygve Lie Gets
A Memorandum

LAKE SUCCESS, March 17

Colonel Pecchi, an Italian
businessman, arrived here teday
vo present a memorandum te Mr

March 17
Departmen’ said to- |
American President |
liner, the “General

State
that the



j vetary General, urging the unity
ee Company whieh] in Parliament here to-day. [moming, f0 erin evacuating and independence of Eritrea
‘and radar equipment, ee Oe or He said “the arrangements 0! China. | Representing the “Vittorio Cot-

vol thirds of the puila- “i t G 9¢, not envisage any payments | ©-| Sixteen hundred Americans and | tego” section of Ivalian colenists in
! "nites Nations orci ac ory uards | tween the countries, Later reverse} .4; er foreigners have asked for | Eritrea, Colonel Pecchi presented
her t. : * ¢ operation iy" filet worked out PY] passage on the hip in the first |} @ petition on behalf of the Eri-
_ —Reuter. Under Training which Canadian personnel would] hic scale evacuation from Shang- | trean independence group which
" do training in other countries On| hai since last autut Reuter strongly opposed any partition or
; VIENNA, March 17 a similar basis | | any affiliation

Reliable Parliamentary sources Mr. Claxt ided “this | | 7 l t
2 : sf voday confirmed press reports here ‘ axton addec is} + ” | le group claims to represeni
All Depends On that “factory Sioeay Rom Rus-| 2rangement will be combine Caribbean | 95 per cent. of the population and




























sian controlled Usia factories in with existing reciprocal arrange- |





















includes the Moslem League, Lib-

Rd . the Urgenla are carrying out par-| ™emts that we have with Britain ’ eh cae ‘ | exal Progressive Party, New Eri-
The Sausage amilitary exercises ae ae. the United States, and France.” Conditions | trea Party, Association of War
, The training plan was an out-’ Veterans, Association of Italo-
INDO. : . |@nd.on the grounds formerly used Pp I . a sam : :
Britain ty eee a|for on army cc Anuaitotines growth of the wartime system, he | Under Study Eritreans and the Hezdi E] Eatani
ee ; nadith cement of | Said. ? | Party.
ter variety in her still austere |'These reports say young men of so \Ctynat Bee ee stats. tai ;
i diet by Mr. Maurice Webb| the Usia concerns are forced to] fre annen “maemine i inn ole WASHINGTON, March 17 These Parties want indepen-
: came Food Minister after) join vhe “factory guards and are le adacd. “training in anada Senor Virgilio Diaz Ordonez the| dence and _ territorial integrity
General Elections last month. | given sport training” very like the of 200 officers rom a number Of) Dominican Foreign Minister, left | within the present boundaries
ft. Webb who was Chairman of | paramilitary training which was| {ferent countries would repre-| here to-day by plane for Ciudad | They reject partivion of Eritrea, or
abo Party before becoming | given to the “Jabour battalion” by otek - Di Hoagpennane ” TaNeOe | Trujillo confer his Govern- | annexation of any part of the
i warned however that|the Nazis ’ ee : personnel and establish: | ment on the fact-finding report on ;country vo Ethiopia or to the
" , ; P ments. la r he . Yes rag ' g
¢ was no prospect of an early Litvle had been heard recently COORG ORs a mane 7 oe ta th ae | ma 1 Pecchi «itl also visit|
nationi and s f these “ stor suards” t acs “Tre o an YY Ww ld be ¢ j issuec A Ne Organisation oO } : one ce. 1 als¢ Ss
eg on cova . ie i ay guards ops mn: hi rr ane together oe ¥ oan. | American States. | California, Mexico and several
press conference, Webb | cording to usually reliable sources] exercise in practical co-operation |



Trygve Lie, United Nations Sec- |

ee

Two Poets
Write Some
Poems

By WILLIAM BOSS
Canadian Press Staff Writer |

LONDON, CP)

Two embarrassed British poets |
have discovered that each has)
published an almast dentical |
poem. Though they are ex-
tremely similar in word, length
and metre, critics uniformly dis-
miss any suggestion of plagiarism.

“Saint Augustine at $32,”
written by Clifford Dyment,
eminent British poet, was pub-
lished im 1943 in the St. Martin’s
Review.

Hon. Victoria Sackville-West |
wrote a poem published last year |
in the Poetry Review under the |
title “The Novice to Her Lover”. |
She says it was written “a long |
time before—some time in 1942
or early 1943. “It was suggested
to me by an essay I was writin;
about St. Therese of Lis‘eux
put the poem away.”

Galloway Kyle, founder of th«<
Poetry Society, which publishe:
The Poetry Review, attribute:
the coincidence to both poets re-
ceiving the same inspiration, per-
haps a “welling up of the sub-
eonscious mind, Plagiarisn
with poets of such eminence i
unthinkable.’

The verse by Dyment puns:

Girl why do you follew me
When I come ot the threshold of

holy place?

My resolution falters

When, turning back, I look upon you:
face

death to enter
I could renounce you when I lay alone
T ran fram you as from a biunsiry jigh
Into the gentle, the infinite, the heal-

Clemaney of the hb
| 1 crave an eloquence that is not wer.s,
| I geek fulfilment in the kiss of stone
| But you, you came with your mouth

thi

tiie

and it seem

and your dark hair
nd ot your feet is a leaf which the
wind has blown

Equally baffling is the fact tha:
Miss Sackville-West wrote Dy
{ment in 1944 complimenting hin
}on his poem, not recognizing *
as similar to her own. Las
November she picked up an edi
tion of his poems which containec |
the same one and “read witr |
some astonishment a poem whic! |
1 recognized as almost identics
with a poem of my own.”

Miss Sackville-West's: |
Why must you follow me

Whenl come to the threshold of th
holy place?

|
\

My resolution falters; It seems a deat
to enter

When, turning back, I loak into yo
face.

I saw you when I lay alone

And van from you as from a searci

ing light
Into the gentile, acquiescen‘
Obscurity of the night

I grave communion that is not word

And life fulfilled In my one

And, you ¢déMme with vour Pp
your gold hair

And at your feet a leaf that the

| has blown









|
d much laughter when he/! their recruiting and training has| of a particular kind for whicl a canat lash. bani y tata American te Blood Pressure
“It I can last long enough|begun again on a considerable] we are well qualified by CS da ear ene 1 OAR
5 special session of the full O.A\S.| { 2
cannot produce a better saus- | scale.—Reuter. ence and in which we fave @ouncil.: The documentisebiehai orp dnioteniabaabie |
ethan the one now preuae 5 proud record of achievement.” So acets ed. extiical te the hy 3 | 5 omen
I have failed in m: 5 ; ; 7 ~ = Twice as many women aa men sir
ie ht ean whether A Mr, Claxton was _ interpreted | Dominican Tepes ~ube oa De Gasperi Has | fer from “hugh Bicod Presaure, which
any pec i Ye N Ww Nam o here as meaning that Canade|Guatemala, will be made public {| ee oun cisenge t mtaris
uth Re patients ‘of, the. ” ” had offered to take 250 officer |on Sunday night £500,000 000 Plan | is he. paper santa rea
: " trainees : â„¢ would| Accompanied to-day by Ambas- 9 9 | and later on of paralytic stroker s,
a breadcrumb filled saus~ : PARIS, March 17. ete Ep oS ti Sehee |. ador-at-large Despradel and Jose ‘ arch ” j mon symptome of High Bicod bres
euter. The landing point of the French} come from the United States, | $a 1: Radelnien ‘alter ‘Ceilonar _ ROME, March 17 | sure are: Nervousness, headaches a!
Antarctic expedition in unexplored| Britain and France, but the Bs 5 RRR eevee os aie aa ae Premier Alcide De Gasperi to-| ‘op an@ back tage nae above eyes
Adele jand hus been caiicda Port} of whom would come from Bel- |c@me here a few weeks ago to} night presented to the Ivalian| preagure in bh lgaineas, phor
e 1d hus en called pe Sa teat ice. | attend Council sessions relating to} p4.. sae a ~yn.| veea Pains in heart, palp!tatior.
i 2 A * d Martin, 2iter one of tre explorers] 8ium, Norway, Luxembourg, Ice- | bled Carib ‘tation | Patliamer for emergency con poar logs of memory and enuves
Wet iay equitte who died on beac the Commanda-) land, Italy, Netherlands, e iark | a ey oe ee os ao n in time | Sideration” a £500,000,000 plan t oastly tad, font and worry, If you
rt foc towvale el aie 4 a -ortuge | He is expected to 1 I it me | transfor the poverty stricken ag-| «wv any o! 66 ayinptoms, don’:
ACORA, GOLD coasr, | 22! Charvot on its voyaxe south = "7 oo ; » on | for the next meeting of the group Pe ba cata oe a cri | Seley treatment a singe day, becaues
h 17. | Amnouncing tnis ioday, the »x- ss vr. ba axton was speaking or Lor Aprif.4 i tural ot Paci © was 5 11| your '° 4 be in Ge er. Nexco
Mare . peditien party’s heaciuarters seii| the defence estimates. yy ‘ ; | also passed wo Parliament a ul nown a BOX), a new
Nigerian, Loggart Waderi,| the 11 re waning exp “3 were f ee i - ITALY WINS A BATTLE which would immediately lop | wits iaauene Blancos
' with the murder oi good health, and v +: ma‘xing Cri ‘ wee MBDAGS, ee ROME, Ma ch 17 more than 1,000,000 acres off big | hea off the heart, anc makes
ulenant Commander Philip scientifie observatior Renter, ) | SPENG 9420,000,000 on defence pred Italy has won her battle agai estates and distribute them to} y younger in a few days
fey Chatwin, was acquit- j Year, an all time peacetime high inflation, but income per head landless . peasants Parliament | ee from cy ye
rby the assizes at Sekondi. | a ee ye oe. veo, oI 10 per cent legs than prewar, when | will agree with the discussion ay U effeng or money yeu
wlatwin, a pilot in the marine 20 |§ -* : : Pe iS 1S it was Europe’s lowest, Tr \the two measures early nex week. cre |
th of the Bold Coast railways MEXICAN Ss; RIKE m3 Rien st nl a percentag¢ | Minister Giuseppe Pella announced —Reuter. |
Mareh 1946, was found | 0 an) country, 1 announcing






dt death at Takoradi MEXICO CITY, Mar. !7 the plan for training Atlantic Pact
v

mt Neanly 2,500 telephone and tele-| Nations Officers, Claxton said ww
erg iawien "ane graphic workers have returned to] was proposed that officers would
by Chatwin in a fight work here after a 16-day strike.| spend one year in Canada _ane
bbed him in self-defence. They won a ten per cent wage in-| that each year 250 more officer
wre * | crease. would come to Canada for train-

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TRIS week motorists paid 6 cents more
for 6very gallon of petrol used. This week
évery housewife was compelled to pay 6
cerits:more for every gallon of kerosene oil
ued. These are only two instances which
can be quoted as reminders that the cost of
living is contifuing to rise.

For several weeks now there has been a
gradual rise in the prices of essentials.
The price of eggs has been increased he-
cause the published schedule allowed an
advance‘on the imported Canadian product
and ‘bécause of the increase in the price of

‘ poultry feed, corn and oats. The scheduled
priee of $3.87 for balanced animal feed has
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Science And. Agriculture

ol February was normal, Moderate
.o light showers were experienced;

for rearing.
the heaviest and most widely dis-

Stud services

zerd and 27th.
According to rainfall
received from 41 stations, the
approximate average total rainfa!!
jor the month was 2.08 inches,
The corresponding figure for 1949
was 1.01 inches, and the average

years was 2.09 inches.

at a station in the parish of St.
‘Thomas, and the lowest was 1.20
inches registered at a station in were cut at the
the parish of St. Michael:

The harvesting of the sugar

the cisterns,

the month. According to reports,

very variable. Some plantations 382 altogether.
areas have reported average yields tion plots at C
cf 34—36 tons of cane per acre
for plant canes and ratoons, while

The First Year Seedling Trials

and early February. Forty-two
seedlings were selected from the
cane crop was continued during Short Season Trial and three
hundred and forty from the Long
the yields of cane per acre are Season Trial, making a total of
These seedlings
in the intermediate-low rainiall Fave been planted in multiplica-

The Second Year Seedling Triais

ity C. C. Skeete. Director Of Agriculture

The rainfall during the month of milk were produced. Thirteen finished. Analysis of fodder sam-~-
young pigs were sold to peasants ples from Perennial fodder crop

ivial at the Pine was begun. Sev
paid for at the eral moisture determinations o!

iuibuted occurred on the Isi, lon, Stations were as follows:—- bulls sa:nples from the Perennial fod-
93, bucks 41, rams 33, boars 50, der trial at Pine were carried ou*
returns or a total of 217 for the month.

Botanical

Sugar Cane
Potting of seedlings was con-
for February for the paSt 100 tinued during the month. By the
end of the month of u tota’ of
The highest total fall for Febru-. approximately 20,000 seedlings
ary, 1950 was 3.66 inches recorded had been potted and put out in

prior to drying and grinding of
these samples

Further, reaping of fodders in
the Perennial fodder trial at the
Pine was made. The second cut-

ting of. Merker, Uganda and
Guatemala grasses at two feet
high was made.

Sugar Cane

One hundred and twenty-one
sample bundles of cane have been
end of January r f
analysis in connection with varie-
tal and select seedling trials.
Juice samples of select seedling
trials have been taken for the
analysis of potash and phosphate!
content in juice. |

Three methods of ashing cane
juice in preparation for deter-
mining phosphate -content in the
juice were carried out; detailed

en AE Aa

milled, and juice extracted, for,

butter, cheese and corn meal have all been
inereased in price. And the disadvantage of
having the price of animal and poultry feed
eased tends to bring about a demand
Â¥higher prices for meat, milk and
poultry. These advances in the price were
phaps necessitated by the increase in the
wight rates by steamship and there is no
knowing what effect the increased air rates
which have been decided by B.O.A.C., and
Which come into operation next week will
hee on an already difficult situation.

“After a week’s mecting the Devaluation
Conference held in this island to consider

others are only averaging 29 tons
per acre,

The young plant cane crop has
made good growth during the
month and has a healthy appear-
ance.

and sweet potatoes were freely
obtainable.

The reaping of the first bearing
of the cotton crop has been com-
pleted, and some owners and
occupiers in the parish of St. Philip
have begun to clean up the cotton
fields although the growing period
has been extended for one month,
Very little defoliating worm has
been observed during the growing
season, and it is hoped that the
absence of this pest will materially

the economic problems of the region in the | jncrease the yield from the second

light of revaluation of sterling released a
handout which states that the Conference
Report is being submitted to the Govern-
That report states that
the “Conference recognised that though
the revaluation of sterling could not be
isolation from other
economic infiuences, it had thrown into
relief, some of the region’s most difficult
economic prdblems and the conference

ors of the region.

viewed in

recommended to Governors

should be reviewed from time to time on

regional basis.”

The people of this island do not need a
conference of West India officials to tell

them that the cost of living

creased. They must know it.

suffer from it.

world,”
There is no single West

which can effectively deal with cost of
living for the area as a whole.
has to decide its own plan of action,

Barbados must face its own
“onee, However necessary it

the Colonial Office to review the problems
6f*the area as a whole, it is all the more
necessary for local West Indian Govern-
ments to set about settling their own cost

of living problems singly.

It is well that the report will be sub-
mitted to the Governors of the region. It
is the Governors who will in their consti-
tutional responsibility to island legislatures
be responsible for underlining the priority
that must be given to a plan for crying
halt to a cost of living which daily strides
ahead. Political progress costs money. It

is futile to inspire people

politically unless basic standards of living
allow them to think without prejudice and

bitterness.

If the rise in the cost of living is allow-
ed to continue, the future of the West
Indies will be stagnation, not federation,
because capital will have been frightened
away. Only a satisfied majority of workers
will provide the West Indies with the basic
necessities for sound political life.
present, wages chase prices in an unhappy

marathon.

To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—The unsightly and untidy
rg@. and small piles of garbage

line the roads leading to

Bridgetown are no credit to

Barbados. They offe..ui both

sight and smell, attract flies and

are insanitary.

Could it not be made compulso-
ry for every householder to have
a dustbin complete with lid and
handles? The contents could be

into lorries instead of the
rimitive method of a man
ovelling up the refuse. I think

a reform is badly needed.

Yet. another criticism, why
not folding stalls for the fruit
an@ vegetable market near the
bus station? The vendors spread
their goods on the ground, like-
wise a very insanitary method. I
shudder to think of the germs that
mist find their way there. Barba-
dos is such a charming place it
would be worth while to make
it more so.

A. VISITOR

Seaman’s Psalm
To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—-I desire you to publish
the following: “A Seaman’s ver
sion of the 23rd Psalm. It wa

What is needed is some
genuine attempt to peg the cost of living.
dt is no attempt to face the underlying
problem when a conference after a long
sitting tells the community that they “re-
viewed the field of economic problems .. .
against the background not only of special
conditions in the region but also of econ-
omic trends in the sterling area and in the

OUR READERS SAY;

bearing. No pink boll worm has
been observed.

Peasant Agriculture
Food Crops

The reaping of Lisbon yams
commenced promptly, at the be-
ginning of the month, Good yields
were reported in the higher rain-
fall districts as well as in St.
Ynilip. In other parts of the
island yields were, for the mest
part, very disappointing. Good
crops of eddoes were obtained,
while sweet potatoes and cassava
were also available.

major

that these

Sugar Cane
Peasants were busy reaping
their ripe canes as grinding opera-
tions got underway at the sugar
factories. Yields are, on the whole,
fairly satisfactory. The young
plant canes continued to make
good growth.
Cotton
Picking continued during the
month, Except in a few instances,
yields are not up to standard
Groundnuts
The reaping of groundnuts on
peasants’ plots has now been com-
pleted. Mainly as a result of the
good yields obtained and the
drive made by the Department, it
is expected that the area planted
to this crop will be very much
extended during the coming plant-
ing season.
Tree Crops
Supplies of bananas, coconuts,
papaws and limes were available
in the market during the month

is being in-
They now

Indian unit

Each unit
And
problems at
may be for

Pests and Diseases
The widespread ineidance of
bacterial black rot in cabbage has
resulted in heavy losses among
peasant cultivators of this crop.
Active measures are being under-
taken to prevent the spread of the
disease.
Peasant Livestock
The supply of concentrated feed
as well as green fodder has been

very satisfactory throughout the
month,
Extension Work
The Peasant Agricultural In-

structors visited 426 peasant hold-
ings and 14 school gardens in
February. Thirty-three mango
trees were top-worked.

Irrigation
Under the provisions of the
Colonial Development and Weifare
Scheme, peasants continued to
receive assistance with the instal-
lation of new irrigation units as
well as with improvements ‘o
existing units.
Crop Husbandry
Appropriate seasonal operations,
including the reaping of canes and
yams, were carried out at all
Stations during the month.

to progress

Livestock
There was a total of 143 head of
livestock at the six Stations at the
end of February. These comprised
cattle, goats, sheep and equines,
Six hundred and forty-one gallons

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at Codrington were cut during the
month. Several seedlings show
promise under low rainfall condi-
ons.
Two plant cane and one ratoon
Third Year Seedling Trials were

The harvesting of food crops CUt during the month. In all cases
was continued, and yams, eddoes most of the varieties were unripe,

and the juice quality was con-
sequently poor.

Entomological
Moth Borer Control

Distribution of the egg parasite
Trichogramma commenced during
the third week in February. Dur-
ing the month a total of 37,646,400
moth borer egg parasites were
bred, of which 32,940,600 -were
available for distribution.

So far, planters have responded
very well in fetching the para-
sites for distribution.

Stocks of the moth borer larval
parasite, the fly Lixophaga, were
maintained in the laboratory and
surplus flies liberated in young
cane fields.

The annual factory yard counts
of bored joints in plant canes taken
at random from different estates
was started this month.

Bored cane counts and incidence
of rind hardness were carried out
at Codrington in 2nd year Cane
Breeding Station trials, and the
’ sures obtained are being tabu-
«ted,

Counts of moth borer egg deposi-
tion and parasitism have been
started for this year on a twice
weekly count basis in the Ento-
mological plots at Codrington.

Root Borer of Sugar Cane

Field investigations on this pest
were carried out,

Cabbage And Cauliflower
Defoliators

During February, 1,127 Pieris
monuste puparia were collected in
the field and used in the laborator?
for rearing the pupal parasite
Pteromalus. This work yielded
21,550 parasites, the majority of
which were liberated; this brings
the total of these laboratory -
reared parasites to 76,290. No fieid
recoveries of this parasite have
yet been made.

Coconut Scale Control

Th: introduced predator Azyva
trinitatus was found in moderate
numbers in two new areas on the
leeward coast during searches
carried out for native parasites of
the white fly pest Aleurodicus
cocois. No natural controls have so
far been found.

Chemieal
Soils

Further work in the investiga-
tion of phosphate content and
phosphate fixation has been
carried on,

Mechanical analysis of soi!
samples taken at the Pine was
carried out, and this completes the
laboratory work attached to this
survey with the exception of
phosphate estimations. A report is
being prepared.

Revision of the method of use
of the Collins Calcimeter in the
Laboratory was undertaken with
a view to standardization and
greater accuracy in obtaimng
results.

Samples of maize from fodder
trials at Codrington and Pine were



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forward ashing and extraction
was found satisfactory.

Nineteen samples of milk from
the Pine milch cows were ana-
lysed as the routine test for fat
and solids other than fat.

Six samples of sugar and mo-
lasses were examined during the
month. Determinations were also
made on samples of molasses for
export to the U.S.A.

Visits were paid to the Gov-
ernment Factory, Lancaster, in
connection with pottery mainte-



Unification Of Public |
Services Report—cowd

The abolition of private practice, and fixing ful:
time salaries is ruled out by two observations. In the
first place, earnings from private practice vary so
widely that an appropriate figure by way of com-
pensation for its loss could not be determined
Secondly, could such a figure be determined, some
cclonies would be unable to afford compensation to
the doctor for loss of private practice, and the com-
bination of Government service with private prac-
tice must, therefore, in such circumstances, be
ellowed to continue.

In the preceding paragraph we have given an
‘nstance of the sort of difficulty that besets any
uttempt to prescribe common basic salaries for
eomparable posts. But there are other and more
fundamental difficulties in the way of attaching
common basic scales of salary to scheduled posts in
unified services. At the present time, the salary

‘scales attaching to the various posts in the several

colonies are determined on a colony basis without
anything in the nature of mutual consultation. The
additions by way of war bonus or cost-of-living
allowances are similarly determined. Now, it would,
not, in our view, be feasible for us to consider

and make recommendations in @regard to sal-

ary scales for scheduled posts in unified services

in vacuo. Revisions of salaries do not lend

themselves to piecemeal treatment, since such treat-

ment disturbs the existing relativity between the

emoluments of posts which do and those which do

not come under review, a source of discontent, as

we have pointed out in paragraph 85, to the holders

of posts in the latter category. The relativity of

such scales both to scales of salary for posts in

non-scheduled posts in unified services is therefore

a factor which we could not possibly ignore.

ALL COLONIES

Consequently, for the proper discharge of our
task, we should need to review the salary scales of
all the posts in the public services in all the colonies,
and make recommendations with regard to their
revision and to the cognate matter of additions by
way of cost-of-living allowances and the incorpor-
ation of such additions in salaries. It is, however,
abundantly clear from our terms of reference that
our functions are not those of a full-scale Salaries
Commission. Even were there any room for doubt on







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nance and development work. this point, it would be dispelled by the fact already | (s=
Ninety samples were received| mentioned that independent Salaries Commissions
for examination during the month.| are investigating or have recently investigated sal-
They comprise: aries and other conditions of service in no fewer
Samples of milk, submitted| than four of the Colonies with which we are con-
by the Commissioner of Police} cerned, namely, Barbados, British Guiana, Jamaica,
and Commissioners of Health| and Trinidad & Tobago. In this connection, we
under the Food and Drugs Act.| desire to call attention to the difficulty which would
Samples of cocoa essence,| have resulted had the circumstances admitted of
rum, tea, kerosene and gasolene| our formulatng the scheme that was expected of us,
by Customs authorities. It might well have proved a source of embarrass-
Hydrometers were submit-| ment to the Governments of the colonies which
ted for calibration. have set up separate Salaries Commissions to be f
Samples of canned foodstuffs} presented with two sets of recommendations, the one
for classification. dealing with salaries of all posts in the public ser- ;
vices, and the other with the salaries of certain RED KIDNEY BEANS—per lb..............000...,
Cane juices and feeding stuffs.| scheduled posts in unified services only. Some of CORNMBAL—-per Ib........065¢.dictiseac eee
Laundry soaps submitted by| these local Commissions have proposed the consoli- TABLE! BUTTER—S-lb. tins...............055
their manufacturers. dation of salaries with cost-of-living allowances, SOUTH: AFRICAN GRAPES.......... per tin
while we should be aiming at basic salaries with DEAR sos. tactic oe cach asnvoesise nt ee
Mlosaic Disease additional allowances calculated not on the cost of MAXAM BEEF SAUSAGES.......... i ee
‘ living in a particular colony but on the relative CRUSHED PINEAPPLE ............; fsa
Owners and occupiers of land| costs of living in the several colonies. The two sets SWIFTS MUTTON & PEAS.......... Pte
are reminded that the first in-| of recommendations would therefore have been SWIFTS BEEF & VEGETABLES..... eae
spection of the young crop should) mutually irreconcilable. DANISH CHICKEN BROTH.......... eae
take place during the month of UNIFORM GRADES BOYARDU SPAGHETTI DINNER... |...
April. The necessary forms of re-| — Tnasmuch as we have failed to formulate a scheme DUTCH APPLE SAUCE.............. ;, ne
turn for this imspection can be} of yniform grades and common basic salaries, we
obtained on application to the| need not devote much space to the question of o
Department of Agriculture. meeting differences in conditions and cote of
living in the various colomies by varying local allow-
RETURN UF IMPORTED PLANTING | "Y°OK 't ig, however, pertinent to observe that there}! STANSFELD SCOTT & CO., LID,
ane co mawennnen? of Science and] appear to be no economic data on which z —_ E
Dib, Bean mine with anything approaching precision the rela-| }))__
ae ee ee tive costs of living in the several territories. One] SSS

6 Ib.

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Cabbage seed from U.S.A.
54 Ib. . ”

Carrot ” ,
10 Ib. Lettuce ”
2 ib. Parsley ,, ”
% Ib. Radish, ” ”
M% lb. Turnip ,, ” ”

Fisheries

During the month a sum of
$688.19 was repaid on_ loans.
bringing the total amount repaid
to date to $42,779.01. Interest
collected during the month
amounted to $11.58, making a
total of $505.42 collected to date

A sum of $38.00 was issued in
loans to fishermen making a total
of $83,153.16 issued to date.

A new instrument, the Bendix
Depth Recorder, was installed on
the Experimental Boat during the
month and, as a result, the chart-
ing of banks has been started.
Investigational work with the
plankton indicator is being con-
tinued and further experimental
methods for the capture of fish
are being tried.

The weather was somewhat
more favourable during the
month and many more boats, es-
pecially those on the east coast,
were able to put to sea.

A total of 21,570 lb. of fish was
recorded as marketed at the
Bridgetown Fish Market. Returns
from the rual market sheds to-
talled 15,259 lb.

Experimental Cotton
Spinning Plant

During the month the rate of
production had to be reduced
owing to a shortage of both spools
and cones on which the yarn is
normally wound; this provided
an opportunity for cleaning the
machines. Adjustments were also
carefully checked and, where
necessary, corrected.

Production during the month
was 731 Ib. of 24’s count yarn.

Small quantities of 24’s count
and two-ply 30’s count yarns were

supplied to the West Indian
Knitting Mills, of Bridgetown,
Barbados.



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does not need to be an economist to realise that the
cost of living is higher in Jamaica than in St. Kitts,
but this knowledge does not enable one to prescribe
the appropriate percentage additions to basic sal-
aries in Jamaica and St, Kitts respectively. More-
over, the co-existence in the Caribbean region of
systems of basic salaries with cost-of-living addi-_|
tions and systems of consolidated salaries would’!
rule out any schemes of varying local allowances |
to meet varying costs of living. A necessary pre- |
requisite to any such scheme would be uniformity in }
this matter. ‘ i
But our inability to apply the Secretary of State’s:
proposals‘in these matters does not, in our view, ;
strike at the root of the principle of unification.
Unformity of grading and of basic salaries would
certainly facilitate lajgral transfers from one colony
to another, but expeWfence shows that the absence
of such uniformity is no insuperable barrier to uni-
fication. In the Colonial Unified Services, gradings
of posts, salaries, and’ other conditions of service
vary greatly as between colonies in different parts
of the Empire, but though it is no doubt easier to
fill posts in some colonies than in others, it cannot
he said that the Unified services have broken down
for lack of uniformity in conditions of service. Simi-
larly, we anticipate that transferability between
territories in the Caribbean area will be in no way
impeded by salary differences, Indeed, such differ-
; ences may well facilitate transferability, since we
contemplate that transfers will not as a rule be
ordered without some compensating advantage to
the officer to be transferred. There is also the con-
sideration that although, as we have said, uniformity
, of grades and basic salaries would certainly facilitate
lateral transfers, yet such transfers would in any
case be few. Lateral transfers are a normal event jn |
the case of a central or federal service because they
ean be arranged to meet some particular require-
ment of policy. In the case of a unified service
which is centralised only in respect of matters of
personnel, there woud be uo single policy to which
they could be related, and the Public Service Com-
mission, having no control over the scope of the
services in the various colonies, would find it diffi-
cult to say whether or not any particular lateral
transfer would be desirable.
NOT PRACTICABLE
Our view is, therefore, that the introduction of a
system of uniform grading of posts and of common
basic salaries is neither practicable nor a sine qua
non of the unification of any public service, It is to
be expected that the reports of the four Salaries
Commissions to which we have referred will, while
ironing out any existing anomalies and inequalities
within a colony, not dispose of the present diversity
as between one colony and another in the salaries
attaching to the posts which we recommend fo.
unification. ;
(To be continued)



written by Capt. I. Rogers, U.S.N.,
while serving at sea during World
War II. I commend it to your
readers,

“The Lord is my Pilot, I shall
not drift, He lighteth me across
the dark waters. He steereth me
in the deep channels. He keep-
eth me in the deep channels. He
guideth me by the Star of holiness
for His Name’s sake. Yea, though
IT am mid the thunders and tem-
pests of life, I shall dread no
danger: for Thou art with me,
Thy love and Thy care, they
shelter me.”

“Thou preparest a harbour
before me in the Homeland of
eternity, Thou anointest the waves
with oil, my ship rideth calmly.”

“Surely sunlight and starlight
shall favour me in the voyage I
take, and I will rest in the Port
of my God forever.”

ALBERT A. MAYNARD.
“Avedon”,
Collymore Rock.

Negro History
To The Editor, Thé Advoca
SIR,—During Tuesday’s sitting :
of the House of Assembly Mr
D. D. Garner, seconded by Mr
W. A. Crawford, observed the

necessity of introducing Negro
History in ‘the curriculum of our
schools,

The suggestion will, I know, be
met with a nod of approval by the
deep-thinking N ; but more
than mere
al is negessary
reach the heights it might well
reach,

A friend of mine was quite re-
cently anxious to come by some
data on the same subject. His was
the honour of delivering a talk
about outstanding West Indian
Negroes during “Negro History
Week” in his country,

But alack, he knows there are
no histories or books of reference
on which to.draw, so he wanted
to know if I could appoint myself
as his special agent and help in
the matter.

I need not point out that this
was no easy task. Even in this
day when unselfishness is
preached, those who are in pos-
session of such material, I was
told, guard it zealously. However,
thanks to the co-operation of a
few public-spirited gentlemen, I

ible to get references and so
rrespondent some in-





ation
t think of the long hours of
1 in dusty files and writing



until my fingers were sore! If Ne-
gro History were recognised and
taught in sch much of my re-
search work would have been un-
necessary.

Since Emancipation the Negro
race has strived and has eredusad
men and women of whom we are
proud. Among the numerous cases
of successful Negroes, let us take
the solitary case of Dr. Geor
Washington Carver of -the United
States of America. Famous for
making some 200 products from
the humble peanut, his motto was:
“Getting all there is from the little
you have.”

Born in slavery (the date, is
not known) without a surname of
his own (his parents died when
he was an infant), he rose, and
when once he decided to rise, all
the powers of the universe com-
bined to help him rise.

But how many of us are taught
such examples of grit and deter-
mination while we are at school?
This is not a case of attempting
to rise, at the destruction of others,
but rather an example of the
straight-to-the-mark, get-some-
where influence.

The teaching of Negro History
would tend to make the coming
Negro generations realize its po-

tentialities. It would act as an
incentive to the not-so-ambitious
youngster to bring out the best
within him rather than sit back
and be content with what we have
erroneously been taught to recog-
nise as fate and chance.

Let us not stand in the way of
our Negro children. If we our-
selves cannot give them the best
inspiration, then let them get it

€ through Negro History.

LOUIS R. CYRUS.
Chapman Street,

Free Day

To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—The notice of an address
given in the House of Assembly
on Tuesday last by Mr. Bryan,
asking that the Saturday after
Good Friday be a Bank Holiday,
and requesting that His Excellen-
cy act immediately to give perma-
nent effect to same, is a matter
entirely out of harmony and not
in the least interests of the com-
munity. It is a matter which will
adversely affect the major part of
the population of this island and
for that reason should not be sub-
jected to such hasty legislation;
hence His Excellency would do
well to stay his hand and avoid
being pulled into a vortex un:



days in preparation for the Easter-
tide—in a variety of ways, and it
is in this aspect particularly, that
absolute consideration must be
given the poor unfortunate house-
wives who, through circumstances
are only too glad of that day to do
their last Easter Shopping. Some
of these poor souls can be seen
making their final rounds even at
late hours on Easter Eve with the
object of trying to obtain the many
little necessities that contribute in
making happy, all those who look
to their hands for some of the
little things that bring cheer in
the home so that Easterday may
be a pleasant one for the children,
the husband, the friend.

Indeed, making Saturday after
Good Friday a Bank Holiday
serves no useful purpose other
than giving pleasure to a few. It
will eventually mean the closing
of all Stores, Drugstores, Shops,
the market and all other places of
business. Imagine
being closed
week. Let

Bridgetown
for more than half a
the Saturday a*ter
Good Friday remain as it is and
ever was—a free open day to the
people of Barbados.

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ARRIVAL of the America:
. Navy yesterday brought out
: of the City guitarists and by
E oe the Yanks are ready tc
p the perhaps there will be man;
leave, vusicians around the City.
wis guitarist picked a vantage
: int where every U.S. sailor ir
pom allery of Goddard's Restaur
ee coula see him. Slowly bu
ssyely ne played tunes to the
ee of the Americans such as
'aGod Bless America”. On com
~ sjstion of his tune, pennies raine:
pet on his head from above.
A passerby, quickly chimed in

Be a promptly asked the guitaris

; y “Pennies From Heaven’
pe xpence.
_ ypARBADIANS may soon be see.
: B wearing Japanese silks,
and laces again. A notice
ed recently at the Office
of the Comptroller of Suppiie:
noted importers that an alloca-
has been made to Barbados
for the importation of goods from
Japan.

It went on to state that it wa.
sential that licences should be
submitted as soon as possible iv
tnuse wno are able to place oraeis
immediately because no licence
will be issued against allocation
after June 30. :

Another notice advised import-
es that supplies of lactose are
available for export from New

satins

| Zealand,

A third notice informed drug-
that all applications for the
importation of drugs and Paten:
Medicines are to be submittec
to the Control Office. It also
stated that under no circumstanc-
es should application be submittec
by importers to the Chief Medical
‘Officer,

Ne BOATS are ex-
pected to sail in the Fourth
Regatta of the Royal Barbados
Yacht Club which will take place
| at the Aquatic Club today. It is
expected that. the Circe, which
finished only one lap in the Third
Regatta, will give a better per-
formance today,
S.P.C.A,

T= BARBADOS
holds its Annual Generai

Meeting on Tuesday, March 21,
' at 8.30 p.m. at the Y.M.C.A,

his arrival in the island extended
_ his Patronage to the Society, will
preside. Others taking part this
year include the Commissioner of
Police, Hon. V. C. Gale and Mr.
LT. Gay. There will be a show
of Films by the courtesy of the
British Council after the business
of the meeting is over.
It is hoped for a large attend-
| ance of members of the Society.
Programmes and copies of the
‘Annual Report and Financial
Statement will be provided.

pec THURSDAY and up
to 6 o'clock yesterday morn-
ing only one Parish recorded any
rain, Fifteen parts were recordeu
in St. Peter. On the previous
day no rain was recorded,

_ | SHORE PATROL of Military
: Policernen from the US.
‘Batleships, “Burdo,” “Klein-
Smith,” and “Carpellotti,” started
patrolling the City as soon as
members of the vessels were
allowed to land.
The M.Ps, have their Headquar-
tets a’ the Central Police Station
| and Walkie-Talkie Set is also set
up there.

RS. ELSA SPENCE, Assistant
Mistress of Weiches Mixed
I, St. Thomas, has been pro-
moted to Head Teacher of St.
Silas Girls’ School, St. James,
Mrs. Spencer is the wife of Cpl.
Vineeny Spencer and sister of Mr.
Isaac Carmichael, Visual Educa~

Officer of the Department of
Education.

a “muBbiLe CANEMA wiki
bIVe SiiuWS WeEXL WeeK al SL.
WaMes, Si, Fauip, st. Joseph, di.
YOU ana Sx. George.
On Monday the Cinema will
Gve a Privave Snow at the St.
vames Intirmary. A show wiil be
Gea on the St. Martn’s Boys
School pasture on Tuesday for tne
helit of residents of the St. Mar-
Un's area of St. Philip.
ers Plantation yard, Sv.
Joseph will be the scene of a
W on Wednesday for residents
ot the Frizers area. The Cinema
will be at Newcastle Plantation
yard, St. John, on Thursday to
A show for the benefit of resi-
en's of Martin’s Bay area. On
Friday a show will be given in
lury Plantation yard, St.
rge, for residents of Ashbury

A’ ACCIDENT occurred at the

corner of Thornbury Hil] and
ell Bogg, Christ Church, at
t 12 noon on Thursday be-
the motor car X—154,
and driven by Rev. Man-
of the Christ Church Rec-
» and a movor lorry owned by
. Gooding of Gibbons and
Christ y Alva Thomas of Wilcox,

ch.

driven b;

Chur
| the left rear wheel, right
the

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front fender and head lamp of

were damaged and the
; serential broken. The fenders,
att head lamp and bumper of
car were extensively damaged.

TT FRONT WHEEL and rear
by ers of a motor car, owned
Beet Hinds of Bank Hall
dent were damaged in an acci-
Mg on Waterford Road at about
es 4m. on Thursday. The car
Beret by Joseph Clarke of
; Pr Also involved.in the ac-
S motor lorry J—131,
ase Lemon Arbor Factory,
San and driven by Charles
Seales of Newbury Road.

Wine GOING to Lower Es-

tate on Th a
Owned by Allen ursday, a horsa

George cs Armstrong of St.
front he 1 and broke its right

Tt was later shot.

cara BRIGADE under
ant Superintendent Grant
~~ to Lands End, Fontabelle,

‘ht when a small blaze

flan ;
Tse" “wp in a trash house about

This bla
Mothered ~”

Assis

however, was soon

A ®arpapos sips will cx-

Rage the ty pa
bag . e S. Navy in a
Y ket ball match tonight at the

“A, beginning at 7.30.

His Excellency, who soon after

MAUD FOSTER’
was broken so
the morning of Ja
rice were taken.
convinced tha

did the breaking, so
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2 Sentenced
To Servitude

Sentences of four y :
: ears’ pe
servitude and two y : ce

a. imposed on
an rnest Adoiphus Murr re-
spectively by His Honour ode:
ing Chiet Justice, Mr. G. L. Tay-
lor, at the sitting of the Court of
Grand Sessions. Morris was con-
victed earlier in the sessions of
inflicting grievous bodily harm on
Leon Elcock with intent. Evidence
for the Prosecution was that after
beating a Woman, Morris had,
without being provoked by Eleock,
taken a “steel knuckle” from his
cape a tag Eleock a cuff that
caused him to lose his right eye,

‘The Acting Chief titles told
Morris yesterday that he had
committed a very serious offence
resulting in the loss of an eye to
Elcock with a consequent lessen-
ing of the latter’s earning capacity.
His sentence would have been
heavier had he not taken into ac-
count his previous clean record,

Murrell on whom the two-year
sentence was imposed was con-
victed on Thursday of endeavour-
ing to obtain $210 by a forged
cheque.



Victoria Will Get
A 6-Foot Pavement

Preparations are now being
made for the erection of a six-
foot wiae pavement across ine
Victofia or Old bridge. ius
bridge is being extended so as
to prevent pedestrians crossing
the bridge from getting in the
way of vehicles travelling over
the bridge.

The pavement, which will be
built to the Careenage side, will
have its own hand rail and will
be independent from the roadway
for vehicles.

Opposite the Victoria Bridge, at
the corner of Bridge Street,
workmen were busy _yester-
day digging up the part of Pub-
lic Works Department yard which

was handed over to the Roaa
Board.
This half of the P.W.D., yara

will form a roadway and carry
a pavement in alignmeny with the
pavemént by the Fountain Gar-
den, which was formerly the
Trafatgar Bus Stand.

At this corner of Bridge Street,
the road will be widened and
the blind corner, which in the
past caused worry to motorists,
will be removed.

Owing to the widening of this
roadway, motorists will now be
able to get in and out of the City
more easily. As it is at present,
when trucks are unloading bags
of sugar to lighters in that area
they Impede the progress of
traffic and pedestrians.

They Did Not Use
The Traffic Lane

In spite of the four traffic lanes
in which pedestrians should cross
Broad Street, there has not yet
been any appreciable compliance
with the scheme. Broad Street is
still crowded with pedestrians
who walk in the streev’ and cross
anywhere but in the lane plainly
indicated by the studs.

Yesterday an “Advocate” re-
porter checked the Broad Street
scene from a position opposite
Messrs Cave, Shepherd & Co. He
discovered that between mid-day
and 1 p.m, four hundred people
passed the street on his side and
did not use either the pavement
or the traffic lane.

To confuse the
four men rode
through the lane.

On Thursday another “Advo-
cate” reporter checked the traf-
fic from the corner of Hutchin-
son & Co. and found that two
hundred people passed his side
in an hour and failed either to
use the pavement or the traffic
lane.

481 Have
Signed

Four hundred and eighty-one
people have now signed the Elec-
tric Consumers’ Association peti-
tion to be sent to the Governor.

Sixty-six people signed yester—
day. Only six were added to



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ght of January 2 and

y yesterday were not
an, Garnet Garnes who

they acauitted him.

Then people in offices in
Coleridge Street locked ont

wonderingly, as Garnes surround.
ed by friends and relations set

vut for home, while an elderly
we member of his family
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d him by the left arm, mean-
while Singing verses of hymas

tion of the Court all day.
Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor, pre-
sided. The case for the Crown
was conducted by Miss M. E

R'S small shop in Bonnetts, St. Michael,
me time during the ni

nuary 3 this year.
- But an Assize Jur
t it was ex-Army m

Salmon, sardines and

i earrs’ impris-|@"d citing portions of the Good

onment with hard labour were yes- | BOOK, like “If God is for us whe |
Rupert Morris| C8" be against us,”

The case occupied the atten-

His

Bourne, Acting Legal Draughts- |

man, while Garnes was de-

fended by Mr. W. R. Douglas

Chief witnesse; for the Prose-
cution were Maud Foster, James
Clarke and Fred Jones. Foster
told how she closed and secured
the shop about 9.30 o'clock oa
the night of January 2, and lefi
for her home in Bank Hall. She
left a lantern burning and at-
tached to a rafter, because her
son sleeps at the shop, and he
was not there when
about to leave.

She was awakened next morn-
ing by a policeman and taken to
Bonnetts where she found thet
the door of the shop had been
foyced. The articles mentioned
were gone. She was next taken
to the Sub-station at Britton’s
Hill where accused was in
custody. There she saw the
salmon and sardines and rice.

A Package

Clarke carried the story further
He said that he had been at
Jones’ home about a quarter miie
away from the shop taking
drink. They stopped drinking a
about midnight, and after taking
a walk around the neighbourhood
discovered that neither of them
had cigarettes. They decided to
go and get a package at Maud
Foster’s shop.

On arriving there they found
that they could see into the shop
through the half opened door
The lantern was burning with a
medium flame. Jones called out
for a package of cigarettes.

They saw a man dressed in a
brown beret standing behind the
counter. The man was dressed
in a shirt and pants, said Clarke,
but he could not see if he wes
wearing shoes. The man whom
he recognised to be Garnet
Garnes, familiarly known as
‘Bertie’ looked invo the glass case
and said there were no cigarettes
there.

He and Jones turned away,
went off for a distance of about
20 yards then turned back and
asked Garnes what he was doing
there. Garnes whom he _ had
known for about three years, anc
who always wore a brown beret
replied that he would soon show
them what he was doing there
and with that jumped through the
shop window and escaped by
way of a next door neighbour’
yard,

He and Jones went and told
another neighbour what had hap-
pened and then reported the
matter at the sub-station.
The Story

the search
accused was told by
Foster, Maud Foster’s son who
attended the Civic Fete in the
Park and reached the ‘shop about
2 pm. He joined Clarke, Jones
and members of the Police in
the search and eventually found

for the

Story of
Lione)

the accused at the sub-station
where he had gone voluntaril)
after he had heard that police

were looking for him.

Jones told the Court a_ stor)
somewhat similar to that 0:
Clarke. There were some dis-
crepancies, which Mr. Douglas in
his address to the Jury called
important, and which» Miss
Bourne described as trivial. —

Evidence for the prosecution
was also given by L/Sgt. Inniss
who was in charge of the sub-
station at the time, Cpl. Worrel!
and P.C. 351 Cumberbatch. They
gave routine evidence.

Evidence for Tie defgnce took
the form of an alibi. Accused’s
relatives swore that he did not
leave home that night, and that it
was only after he had been told
twice that police wanted him that
he went to the sub-station early
in the morning, voluntarily. His
witnesses were Merlese Wharton,
his reputed wife, Cyril Wason who
is friendly with his sister, Joseph
Spooner a man from the country
who sleeps at his home and John

Cole.
ABrown Beret _

Mr, Douglas addressing the jury
told them. the story for the Prose-
cution was weak. The Prosecution
depended on one thing—the brown
beret that Garnes always wore. It
was evidence which must leave
them in that state of reasonable
doubt, which according to the law

Thursday’s total of 384 at the Ad-| ould entitle the accused to an

vertising Department of
“Advocate,” but the votal at
Cave Shepherd rose from 14 on
Thursday to 61 yesterday. The
total at C. F. Harrison’s that stood
at 17 on Thursday was twenty
yesterday. Only ten have signed
at the Colonnade Stores.

ICFTU Support
N. Atlantic Pact

BRUSSELS, March 17.

The International Confedera-
tion of Free Trade Unions has
reached an agreement with the
International Trade Secretariats,
whereby the two organizations
will “work together as one Inter-
national Trade Union
ment”, Secretary General Olden-
broeck of the 1.C.F.T.U. told
a Press Conference here tonight.

He said the two organisations
would support the Atlantic Pact
and oppose Communist Sabotage
of Western war material. The



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the acquittal.

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Miss Bourne replying denie

that ‘the Prosecution relied only on
the beret. Both Jones and Clarke

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Agreement has to be ratified by;

the General Councils of both
organisations. . :
Oldenbroeck said the I Cc Pee U
i 5 ~nbers from
grouped 50,000,000 mem ron
53 countries. The Confederatio
would hold a conference
Duesseldorf, May 22, and 23
discuss the Ruhr question, h

added.

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—Reuter.

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ind the counter was Garne
Sarnes whom both of them knew
well. : , \
The Acting Chief J ustice re
viewed the evidence putting to ~
Jury the case for the Defence an
hat for the Prosecution. aa pry 4
i little over ha 8
i sed hing their verdict.
ll sit again at 10

re

hour before reac
The Court wi

a.m. Monday.

Trinidad Baker
Found Dead

PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 17.
Neville Davis, 22, Port-of-Spain
baker, was found dead yesterday
morning stabbed with a penknife.
The police arrested a man on a
murder charge.
The dead man
a punctured lung.
Police reparts claim the incident
resulted from a quarrel that oc-

suffered from

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THESE TWO SAILORS and an “S.P.” Marine look very down
hearted. The sailors are on duty on the launch while the Special

Police does patrol duty.
the launch on shore leave,

Lime Juice U-S.FlagShip

Production
Will Profit

DOMINICA

IN DOMINICA, there are three

co-operat.ves engaged in process-

ing limes into lime oil and lime

juice. The
production

total value
in 1949 was

of the

in

Sgns of others to follow, Mr.
L. A. Roberts, Social Welfare
Officer of that colony told the

“Advocate” yesterday

He said that the lime co-oper-
atives secured for their members
last year higher prices than any
other producer received and apari
from lime, there is another
co-operative which is engaged in
distilling bay oil.

They are aiso about to embark

on a large road building pro-
gramme which would cost about
half a millign pounds. The
banana industry is developing

and bananas are being exported
to Ireland and it is expected that
the output this year will be about
34 million bunches,

Colonial Development Corpora-
tion has just come in and will
put up a hydro electric plant and
a fruit packing plant and have
recently acquired two estates for

the growing of citrus,

A new English firm has just
veen established and is putt ng
up a factory for theemanufacture
of candied citrus peal for canning
citrus juices.

Local food is in short supply
especially meat, but it looks as
though the long period of depres-
sion which the island has gonc
through is coming to an end ana
that would probably afford scope
.or certain new types of consumer
sudustries like tailoring estab-
ashments and a modern bakery,

The Social Welfare Department
which was established in 1945,
‘S progressing very satisfactorily,
it comprised Staff of two, a
wady assistant and himself and
eney cover the work of the entire
island,

a

Their principal activities ar.
-O-operatives, rural local govera-
ment, women’s clubs and mem-
ership on numerous committees

The scheme which is financea

4y Colonial Development ana
Welfare funds was for five years
in the first instance, but has just
been renewed for another five.
There is also a Poor Reliet
Board on which he is a member
and they also do some welfare
work in the Prison, but theif

great handicap is lack of staff.

He said that
ments are about to take place in
the economic life of Dominica
and when they have come about,
it is hoped to get the necessary
staff to cope with the welfare
work especially with regard to
a Probation Officer and a Co-op-
erative Officer.

Mr. Roberts who was
Barbados in 1947 for the Social
Welfare Officers’ Talks arrived
here last week for a short holi-
day and is stayjng at Indramer
Guest House, Worthing.

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hills. Davis, not married, is Trini-
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three high speed transports “U.S.S.
Klein-Smith”, “U.S.S. Burdo” and

“U.S.S. Carpellotti”, each having
a tonnage of 2,000 tons, were rid-

ing at anchorage in Carlisle Bay.

Today around the same time the

United States Amphibious Task
Force Flagship “Taconic” under
the command of Captain W. V.
Duertevmann will arrive with
three Rear-Admirals, a Lt.-Gen-
eral and a Major General of the
U.S. forces on board.

Among the three ships arriving
yesterday was a total of 37 officers,

590 enlisted men and 340 navy and

army personnel,

The “Klein-Smith” was under
Commander W, J. Rountree,
U.S.N., the “Burdo” under Lt.-

Commander Field, U.S.N., and the:
“Carpellotti’”’ under Lt.-Command- |

er G. G. Ball. On _ board
“Klein-Smith” was Captain
U.S.N.

This is the second visit of the
“Burdo” to Barbados. It was here
on March 6 last year among the
nine ships of Task Force 24 of the
United States Atlantic Fleet.

These vessels’ short stay at Bar-
bados will end at 8.30 a.m. on
Monday when they will start on
their return voyage to Norfolk,
Virginia.

the
Day,



“Stella Polaris”’
Will Arrive
ON MONDAY

ON ‘Monday the 2,747-ton lux-

ury tourist liner “Stella Polarts”
will pay its third visit to Bar-
bados since the 1950 tourisi
season began.

It was the “Stella Polaris”
which arrived on Thursday Feb-
ruary 19 to begin this year’s}

tourist season and with this ves-
sel’s arrival on Monday, the 1950
tourist season comes to a close.
The “Stella Polaris” is making
the usual cruise, that is, from

New Orleans via Havana, Port- |

au-Prince, Ciudad de Trujillo,
St. Thomas, St. Pierre, Fort de
France, Barbados, Grenada, Trin-

idad, Curacao, Cartagena and
San Blas to Cristobal From
Cristobal it sails back to New

Orleans.

On this cruise it is expected to

bring to Barbados about 165
passengers who will,
take every advantage of their 1?

hours’ stay here

no

The 1950 tourist season ends
with six calls from tourist ships |

—three from the “Stella Polar's”
two from the “IJtaléa’” and ons
from the “Mauretania”

Lorry And Cycle
Collide

While riding his bicycle M.388.
on Constituvion Road about 11.55
a.m. yesterday, Clairmont Wilson
was involved in an accident witl
the motor lorry M-762 owned by
H. F. Shearn and di.ven by
Golbern Herbert,

The front wheel and fork were
damaged. Wilson was not injured



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Earlier this evening, he was as-

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45 minutes before.
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crate of personal effects and

bicycle.

with fuel. First was the
vessel “Rufina” which arrived
Sunday and_ second

the “Cyclorama O”.

10/- For Indecent
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grave of Westbury Road yest

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MOSCOW, March

The Soviet Government
iong statement broadcast early to
day by Moscow radio accused the
Communist Party and agricultural
authorities in several Soviet
regions of failing to make full use |
of farm development possibilities |
last year It also criticised ther
for not ensuring fulfilment

Grain and tractor delivery tas}
1949 .—Reuter,

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cases of shoes, six tins of honey a

This makes the third vessel to |
call from Trinidad for this week

motor

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She was found guilty of usi
indecent language on Baxter
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ARRIVING from St. Lucia yes-
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Joy” (46 tons net) which brought |

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cocoanut oil and posts gent of |
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THE 71-ton schooner “Cyelor- |
ama O” arrived from Trinidad on
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drums of gasoline, 120 drums of
diesolene, 20 drums of terolas, foui

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Messrs. Schooner Owners’ As- | }}
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(Barbados ‘Advocate, March
18, 1925
PERSONAL
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Colonial Secretary, will be
on leave and will sail for Bn
on April 1
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condition. $750.00 our nearest offer.
ng 4137, " 18.3,50—2n

well Opel Kadet (P.155) in
bs cee ae, asently overhauled and
taushingon, c/o, Tr. Sydney Kinch
ce » c/o T. Sydney neh
Plantations Ltd. New Building

ne: Home 2978.
; 18, 3.50—3n

CARS—One Austin 10, (1) Vauxhall
A Sedan, (1) Vauxhall (1-A x 6)

1) Plymouth, (1) Morris 8, (1)
1BSA_ Motor Cycle 3% H.P
SB. les are all purchasable
m the hire-} hase system, or terms
smmnged, Dry A. Scott, Auctionee>,
Magazine Lane. 18,3.50—4n







































POULTRY
——
U.S, WHITE LEGHORN R.O.P. Buff
latome, White Wyandottes Barred
Pymouth Rocks, from U.S.A., foue
weks old. Apply: Walton MacLean,

Capnan Street 18.3.50—In
ELECTRICAL









limax petrol

UGHTING PLANTS— C
Feeted 2.75 KVA—110/120 volts AC 50
m 3 phase—$480.00

: i CASH—Here's
% opartunity to overcome your lighting
Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616.



18.3.50—3n




















WSCELLANEOUS

PURE CANE JUICE. Eight (8) cents
i » Obtainable from C. Arthur
“Wallsbrook” River Road.
289, 18.3,50—4n

CLOTHING: Some items of Ladies
including Rain Coat, size
Dial + 18,.3.50—3n

ate



are stronger ane
square ones, size 28”
%” diameter. Phone 8322.

17.3.50—3n

WINDOWS & DOORS, (12) French
(4) Double Sash- Win-
(1) Front door and Cas«

» (2) Jalousie door:
doors and Cases.
are newly built of Pitch
Mrs. I. Weatherhead, Max-
















_- a onlena being scarce
wi we offer cents
Harold Proverbs & Co,, Ltd.
11.3,50—6n.
GALVANISE PIPES & FITINGS, Size
H Linch, 1%, 1%, 2; 2%, 3, & 4 inc!
to Tyre Co., Trafalgar St

2696. 16,.3.50—t.f.n

? at Gift Shop.
Pie Mayfair t p Bron







be behains

We pound.



PA}













» Dental Plate

Brushes, Manicure Brushe<

wt. Brushes, Complexion Brushes.

Brushes, Ladies and Gents Comb:

Brushes, “Wall Brushes, Toilet

Aluminum Brushes, Utility
Coat Brushes

. 10% for cash sale
Co., Ltd. 12.3,50t.f.n

» Sft. and 9ft. lengths

Ete 1/16, 1/8 he
various sixes. Enquire
Company, Trafalgar Street.
1,3.50—t.f.n














Fresh supply now
grocer, and if you are
Most delicious and ece:
in and let 1
sample withou!

Hutson Limited—Agents.
17.9.50—3,

ooker can be played
room if you invest





1$,3.60—@n/
our Larder, Watkins;
» Roebuck St. Opp
18,3. 50—2y.

MIXING BOWLS var-
& Co. Phone 4620
ite James Streei

18.3, 50—.2r




















all sizes. Watkins & Co.
k Street,



from 2%// to 8°
4620, Roebuck

; STOVES
=. Roebuck Street, Opposite
. 18.3.50—2r

AND MOUSE
TRAPS Watkins &
4820 Roebuck Street, opposite
18.3.50—2n

Watkins & mi






in gooc

WHEEL CHAIR
Phone 4146. 18.3.50—3n

ee ee
One large Diamond at
owner - ine offer re-
Ving the Island

ae D. Richards & Sons, Me.
* 18.3.50—2n



~~

a




H One . pair Prismatic
D Ries’ Power in leather case
hards & Son, Mc Grogor St j

oCH









eations for the above post

only.






REAL ESTATE
—_—_—_
FOR SALE AND REMOVAL

That part of the buildin,
i @ known as
hiner eae ‘an, Lower Broad Stree|

in writing will

by the Secretary of + érsign

to the 24th March. nari cmaee
For full particulars of the propert

and terms of conditions of Sale ann:

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LIMITED

H. D. BROWN?

16.3.50—~7n Secretar;



CAMELOT, Chelsea Road, standing on
app 12,600 sq. ft, solid wall Cottage
closed gallery, drawing room, 3 bedrooms.
each with running water, modern con-
veniences, several fruit trees enclosed
Apply to Mrs. E, Cole on premises from
4 to 6 p.m. except Sundays Dial 3391,





18.2.50—e.sa., t.f.n. |

_ At Prague

“BEULAH”, Hastings Road Very
pleasant and well placed small timber
bungalow with 3 bedrooms, enclosed
eallery, large ldunge, kitchen, pantry
and servants’ quarters. This property i
in sound condition and at the price
offered is well within the reach of most
harvers, DIXON & BLADON, Real Estat:
Agents and Auctioneers, Surveyors Plan-
tations Building, Phone 4640

18.3. 50—1r

“LEETON ON-SEA—Near Oictins. An
attractive seaside bungalow built righ*
onto sandy beach with excellent bathing
fecilities. There is a wide front verandah
extending the entire frontage 4 bedroom
‘3 with Basins) large lounge with cock-
tail bar. Kitchen, garage, servant's
ouarters. Enquiries invited, DIXON &
PLADON, Real Estate Agents, Auc-
tioneers and Surveyors Plantation
Building. Phone 4640. 18,3.50—1n

WANTED

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HELP

a

STENOGRAPHER: Experienced Sten-
ographer for work in Solicitors office
Hours 10 to 4. Apply in person io
R. S. Nicholls & Co., 151 & 152 Roepuck
Street. . 16.3.50—t.f.n

ASSISTANT STOREKEEPER: Appli-
should be
forwarded in writing giving references
and full details of past experience, age
and qualifications, Apply: P Via ide

-3.50—2n





EXPERIENCED STENO-TYPIST. Also
lady for Insurance Department with
knowledge of typing. Apply by letter
R. M. Jones & Company Limited

18.3.50—3n





MISCELLANEOUS

POSITION as Manageress or a
in Hotel or Club in Barbados or Jamaica
by English Lady, highly experienced
Reply to W. A. S. c/o Advocate.

5 17.3.50—8n





One LIQUOR LICENSE. See Hareld
Proverbs & Co., Limited, a Py ta



ENGLISH GENTLEWOMAN of inde-
pendant means, leaving Canada owing
to Exchange difficulties desirous post as

travelling companion or companion. Ap-
ply Edith Radcliffe, Canadian Bank
Commerce, Chemainus, Vancouver
Island. 14.3,50—hn.

——$—$_$_$_$__

TO BUY: House, Bungalow or Building
Site, SEA-SIDE, Hastings, Worthing or
St. Lawrence. Box 44, c/o Advocate
Co. 16.3.50—4n

CROQUET SET in conditidh
Phone 3973. 18.1.50—3n
ceeeteenerceennrmangnene aD
ARINDS, at the General Hospifi
ton isso. Written offers stating prte
offered per 100 Ibs. will be received }y
the Secretary up to 25th March, 199
The person whose offer is accepted
be required to have tamarinds picked

ioe 18.3.50—tn

good

PURCHASER requires immediately fuw-

St. Lawrence or
ticulars. No Agents Box.

cate Co. 18.3.50—1n

PUBLIC NOTICES

“225 easily earned by obtaining orders
for private Christmas Cards from
your friends. No previous experienc?
necessary, Write today for beautiful free
Semple Book to Britain's largest and
foremost Publishers; highest commission,

eee ee en ‘
LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE

i holder
THE application of Leon Inniss
of Liquor License No. 835 of 1950 errno’
to Jenetta Hall in respect of a board ar








| Shingle shop attached to residence at

k Hall, St. Michael, for permission
ee said Liquor License at a wall
building known. as Carter Bros. Baxters
Road, City.

Dated this 17th day of March 1950
To: H. A. TALMA, Esq
Police Magistrate, Dist












eertenes
will be consid-
0 at application to be held 2
Police Court, "i", 0n Monday



Payment Of Prizes

FIFTY (50) CASH, 6d. CON-
SOLATION, PARI-MUTUEL, 2/-
STAND SWEEP and FORECAST
will be paid on and from MON-
DAY, 20th MARCH, 1950, between
12.00 and 3.00 p.m. daily, SAT
URDAYS excepted.

HORSES and SERIALS will be
paid on and from MONDAY, 27th
MARCH, 1950. between the hours

tame 18.3.80—2n | above, SATURDAYS excepted
a d 4SBESTORS SMEETA A to! . ch
Rep Flat Sheets att. x ert, | G. A, LEWIS
Get Tavlor iy & ft: bends Secretary
te Wor Lid, Coleridge Street.‘ ._
19.3.50—8n 17.3.50.—3n.



| 14.3.50-—~t.f0n. |
Teer eaterticctimmeniedicie ae

Apply |
Lawrence, |

Dial 4322, Niagara Factory, |




ADS.



In Carlisle Bay

IN PORT: Sch













i Lochnivar S., Sch
Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch Mary M. Lewis
- WwW. nicia, Aux. Sch. Cachalot
V. Blue + Sch. B. M. Tannis, Sch
ina Mac, Sch. Zita Wonita, Sch. Cyril
Smith, Sch. Wonderful Counsellor
| Sch. Anita IL., Sch. Timothy A H. Van-
| Sluytms. sch. Frances W, Smith, Sch
Freedon ry, Sef “fartie Dove, Sch
Emeline, M.Vv 2. 3B Radar, Sch
| Laudalpha, Sch Phyliss Mark, Sch

| Providence Mark, Sch. Cyclorama O
* ARRIVALS
M.V. Lady Joy, 46 tons net, Capt. Par-



sons, from St. Lucia; Agent: D, L. John-
son, Esq.
U.S. High Speed Transport Klein-

CABLE and Wireless (West Indies)
Limited advise that they can now com-
municate with the following ships
hrough their Barbados Coast Stasior
_S.S. Abbedyk, M.V. Bonaire, S.S
Cavina, S.S. Pacific Liberty, SS. Cit-
tica, S.S. Rufina, S.S Mormactern, S.S
Loide Venezuela, S.S. Gascogne, S.S
San Veronico, S.S. Amastra, S.S. Cor-
wentes, S.S_ Golfito, S.S. Canadian Chal-
lenger, S.V. Mintaj, S.V Ustritsa,
S.S. Temple Arch, 9.S. Paludina, S.S,
Validemosa, S.S. Sun Valley, S.S. Ar-
gentina, S.S. Patella, S.S. S. Siwanoy
SS. Esso Hartford, S.S, Queen Ade-
laide, S.S. Aldecoa, SS Guifray, S.S



ARRIVALS—BY B.W.LA.
FROM TRINIDAD

_David Hall, Edward Chadee, Gwendo-
| line Nebenzanl, Kathleen Lovell, Frank
|Gomes, Angela Paschall, Maria Paschall,
Sharon Paschall, Gerald Paschall, Selwyn
Fraser, Barbara Evelyn, Donna Neben-
zanl, Dennis Atkinson, Charles Green-
idge; Edward Hopkins, Colin Tho:nas,
Eric Taylor, Charles Gooding.

Ice Hockey ©
Team Held |











PRAGUE, March 15. |

Police authorities were today
enquiring into the conduct of
three members of Czecnoslo-

a police station after an incident}
in a Prague bar last night. Play-
ers were reported to have ex-
pressed discontent over the team's

withdrawal] from the World
championship, and to have “mis-}
behaved.”

The team was due to fly to

London for the World champion-
ships on Saturday, but just before
their departure, was held back
by the Czech government on the
ground that British visas nad not
een granted to two Czech jour-
nalists who wished to accompany
them.

The official Communist news-
paper Rude Pravo in a _ long
article on the team’s withdrawal

from the London championships
said that what had happened
had taught Czechoslovakia 4

profound lesson about the capival-

ist legend of no politics in sport.
—Reuter.

vakia’s ice hockey team taken to}







Smith, 2,000 tons, Commander W. J
Rountree, from Norfolk, Virginia

U.S. High Speed T sport Burdo, 2,000
tons, Lt. Commander J. P. Field, from
Norfolk, Virginia

U.S. High Speed Transport Carpellotti,
2,000 tons, Lt. Commander G. G. Ball,
from Norfolk, Virginia

Scheaner Sea Queen, 10 tons net, Capt
Nelson, from St. Vincent; Agent: D. L
Johnson, Esq.

DEPARTURES

Schooner Adalina, 50 tons net, Capt
Flemming, for St Lucia; Agents:

Schooner Owners’ Association.

Schooner Hazel Scott, 30 tons net, Ca
Marks, for St. Lucia; Agents
Owners’ Association.

IN TOUCH WITH BARRADOS COAST STATION

Esco Linden, S.S
Alcoa Pilgrim,
Scripps, S.S. New Amsterdam,
Fort Amherst, S.S. Gibbes Lykke
Cabo Espartel, S.S Aleoa Ca
S.S. Alcoa Corsair, S.S. Esso
SS. Tiberius, S.S. Ringvilde. SS
hira, SS Orwell, SS aity/U
8.8 Yamanota, S3.S Amastra, §
Southern Countries, S.S. Alcoa Runr
S.S. Agnete, S.3. Casablsnca, 5S
Alcoa Pilgrim, S.S. Sunrell, S S
S.S. Sinehav, S.S. Esito, ©.S

S. Dolor

Edward
s




S.S. Lady Nelson,
Roxburgh Castle,.

M.V. Hughli, S

DEPARTURES—BY B.W.1LA.L,
FOR TRINIDAD

Mr. Ibrahim Degia, Mr, William Moor

Mrs. Olice Moore, Mr. John Wilks,

Paul Drake, Mr. Frank Barsotti,

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

pt

ex
I
s






Schooner

er,

s

s

re,

Mr
Mr

Oswald Soverall, Mr, Arlington Norcross,

Mr. William Bennett, Mr. Earl

Simms,

Mrs. Kathryn Simms,:Mrs. Deserie Burke,

Mr. Aubrey Burke, Mr. Van Waasdy/

k,

Miss Zena Gomez, Mr. Ramkesoon Ram-

jitsing.



Novices In

The Ring

A novices boxing tournamer
was held at the Modern
| School on Wednesday night ur
der the auspices of the Barbad«

results were as follow: —
1. Reuben Grimes (96 Ibs.
(96 lbs).

2. Cato Forde (80 Ib.)

Ibs) .

9. Darnley Bowen (150 lbs





Cricket Coach |
Returning To U.K.

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN. |
Mr. A. J. MelIntyre, who has
been ona _ cricket

gagement in the Colony is booked
to return to the U.K. by the S.S.
Amakura towards the end of the
month.

Mr. McIntyre arrived in the
Colony on October 29, 1949. He
has spent about 5 months in the
Colony. Asked about the stand-
ard of the Colony’s. cricket
grounds as compared with those in
England, he said the G.C.C. cricket
ground was as good, if not better,
than any in England, except Not-
tingham which boasts an excep-
tionally good wicket most of the
time.

He also praised the cricket
grounds of the B. G. East Indian
Cricket Club and the B.G.CC.,
except that their outfield is a bit
on the rough side as compared to
many English grounds,

coaching en- ]

knocked
| Moore
round,
| Major A. R. Foster, Commar
| der Beard and Mr. P. C
| were the judges, Mr. Mike
| ter, referee and
Lynch master of ceremonie:

Ortiz To
Fight Towel

Moor
in

out Norton
(150 Ibs.)



South African and British Empit
champion, here on May 13.

In a telephone call from Holly
wood today Max Kanter, repre



JOHANNESBURG, March 15.
Manuel Ortiz has signed |
defend his world batamweight

nt

High

1-

| Amateur Boxing Association. The

)

outpointed Richard Cutting

out-
pointed Denis Monerville (84

lbs) .

3. Ken Birch (110 lbs.) out-

| pointed Joseph Cutting (108
lbs) .

4. Thaddeus Woodroofe (118
Ibs.) won by t.k.o. from
Arnold Waithe (118 Ibs.)

5. Seibert Agard (120) Ibs.
outpointed Lester Thompson
(120 lbs.).

6. Alfrick Nurse (130 Ibs.)
drew with Martin Gill (130
lbs.)

7. Joseph Forde (127 lbs.) v.
Harold Lewis (128 lbs.) no
contest due to Lewis’ being
injured accidentally.

8. Lisle Yearwood (140 lbs.)

drew with Denis King (142

J

1st

Maffei
Fos-

Mr. L A

Heeuba, |
Freder
icksburg, S.S. Usodimare, S.S. Nidardal, |

oO}

t

championship against Vic Towe!

(

a

The standard of‘cricket in the |South Africa with a South Afri-

Colony added Mr. Mcintyre,
especially in batting, is fairly
high. What the colony needs
mostly at the present time, he
added, is a good leg spin bowler.

At the Colleges where he did a
lot of coaching, Mr. McIntyre
declared there is an abundance of
talent, only to be developed.

Mr. McIntyre who was accom~
panied by his wife, is a profession-
al cricketer attached to the Surrey
Club as wicket-keeper-batsman.

He made two centuries in the
last English season against War-
wickshire and Kent and dismissed
94 batsmen behind the sticks.





Public Notices=—Contd





NOTICE

PARISH OF ST! JAMES
Tenders will be received by the under-
signed up to Monday 20th March 1950 for
1. Conveyance of Paupers,
2. Burial of Paupers ;
Forms of tender may be camnee from
Sarochial Treasumer's ice
=. * " P. H. TARILTON,

can as a contestant.

|
|

jsentative of the Johannesburg}
promoting body, said that Ortiz}
has signed a contract to fight
Towel in the Union and ha
agreed to put his world title
stake.

This will be the first Worl
championship fight staged

Ortiz was offered £10,000, by|

the promoters of the contest.
—Reuter,



Dope Horse
Disqualified

PARIS, March

Antin 17, winner of the £1,5(

Prix de Paris trotting race, has} j

been disqualified on the grounc
that the horse was doped,
Son Pet Fils, which
second, was given the race
The Prix de Paris was run
Vincences on February 12.

Trainer Francois Tournier, who|

0

and
finished}

al

denied all knowledge of the dop-
ing, was fined £15, and his train-

ing licence suspended until June)

15th,

Although tests have not
is the first time that a
horse has been disqualified

doping in France.—(Reuter.)

Clerk, Board of Guardians

St James
17.3. 50—3n

Barbados Clerks’ Union

AGENDA:

al General Meeting
The Annua at 8 p.m





of the

rks’ Union will be held
a THURSDAY 23rd March 1950 in
Y.M.C.A, Hall
Minutes
3 To receive the Report of the Ex
ecutive Committee, for 1949—50

t i

3. To receive and adopt the financia
statement for the year ending 26th
February 1950, which may be seen
on application to the General Secre-
tary

4. Election of Officers, members of the
Executive Committee, a Trustee and

an Auditor ‘ : eee acl
Te o ider notices of motions and

+ See with Rule

questions in accordance
18 (2)
6. Any other business




N.B (Notice of motions
questions te be considered
‘ General Meeting mu
Se not le seve
efore € € é s



Mails for Grenada by the
Lochinvar S., will be closed
General Post Office as under

Parcel Mail, Registered
Ordinary Mail at 9 a.m
Mareh 1950

Mail
TO-DAY

| MAIL NOTICE

been
made regularly for 25 years, this;
trotting
for



|

|

| CASTOR OIL

Castor Oil is widely wea out cm
be--informed people use Allenburya
it's ABSOLUTELY PURE

CR rails from ah Chernists, teres, ~



ired and guarantee
burys Ltd L



Full particulars later
it

and
18th











COLLEEN ASHBY smiles as she receives the Champion Cup from :
Mrs. O'Mahony for her house, Elizabeth. ‘It is a-smile of delight,
for Elizabeth had a grim struggle in beating down her eager rivals.

_ ROOSEVELT STARTED
| THE ATOM AGE

@ From page 1. out, and, incidentally, we had lots
° of fun together as we always do.
learning vhe trith.”

President Truman said the
Roosevelt letters would furnish
a rich source of material for an
interpretation of one of the most
momentous periods in America's
history.

In message, Truman said:
“Some other officials of the period
| have contributed their papers to
augment this collection’. I trust
that many others will come for-
ward and add their papers to this
collection in order that we may
have the means for a fuller un-

erstanding of these years.

In a world where millions are



It took one and a half years tc
catalogue the 5,000,000 letters.
—Reuter.

a



The Schooner “Timothy A

H

accept Cargo
for Demerara,
18th March

Vansluytman” will
and Passengers
sailing Saturday,

The Schooner “Lochinvar Ss"
will aceept Cargo and Passengers
for Grenada, sailing Saturday, 18th
March.





mr The M.V. “Daerwood” will
living under the horrors of Com- accept Cargo and Passengers for
nunist torture and terror this ac- St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Grenada,
tion we are taking is a simple Aruba, date of sailing will be

. 2 Riven.
indication of the faith of demo- The Schooner “Wonderful Cou
‘racy in truth, sellor” will acoept Care
Under Communist or totalitarian Passengers for St. Lucia

: : Sat ,

state these papers would either Tet see

B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS'
ASSOCIATION (INC.)
Consignees,

be destroyed or laboriously writ-
ten to the wish of the trusted and





perverted dogmas of a few un-
principled rulers,
In America we believe in full







and free access to knowledge, for
knowledge is the strength of
democracy”,

Two days before Pearl Harbour

on December 5, 1941—Roose-
velt asked Wendell Wilkie, the
man he defeated in the 1940
Presidential Election, to make a



of the country.

“The situation is definitely se- HOMEWARD FOR

ward progress against the Phil-;
lippines, Dutch Indies or Ma-
laya or Burma,

“Perhaps the next four or five
days will decide the matter’.
hey did. Roosevelt later wrote
a carbon of the Wilkie letter:





on |
“This was dictated Friday morn-

j}ing—long before this vile atteck |
| stared Pia Ra

Wilkie Never made the trip.





HARRISON

OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM





Move Higher

LONDON, March 17.
With activity in domestic issues
reld in check by political uncer-
tainty as a result of Britain’s re-
ent “razor edge” Election, in-

today was
stocks.

Rubber shares were in demand,
and moved higher in an active
market, and there was good and
ipparenjly ‘unsatisfied inquiry
for oil shares. Most issues in bocn
sections were wanted, and ended
the week on a_ strong note.
Speculators were giving some at-
ention to foreign bonds and rails.
German loans showed — useful!
gains, while among rails there
was marked firmness in Manila
A and B debentures.

Domestic issues were neglected
and tended lower. Fractional de-
clines were shown by the British
Government funds, and there were
many falls of a few pence in in-
dustrials. Trading in these issues
was expected to remain small in

confined to overseas

United Kingdom Budget Day.
Short term bulls were unloading
in Kaffir market. Prices eased af-
ter an initial firmness, . following
Union’s “no change” Budget. So
some free staters, however, were
firm on a good borehole result.
—Reuter.

RUGBY RESULTS

» March 16.
Results of rugby union games yester-
jay North Midlands 8, The Army 8 (tie);
joyal Navy Engineering College 4%
P.ymouth Albion 6; Edingburgh Acade-
ov'ecals 6, Oxford University 0; Royal Air



Poree 11, Civil Service 5; Abertillery 3,

Neath 3 (tle): (C.P.)



SHIPPING NOTICES

MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW
ZEALAND LINE LIMITED
(M.A.N.Z. LINE)

M.V. “KAIPAKI" is due to arrive at
| Trinidad from Australian ports on 26th

March

| S.S. “DEVON” is scheduled
| Melbourne March 16th, Sydney
{25th, Brisbane March 3ist,

| Trinidad April 27th

s.s. "Cc OF DIEPPE” sails Adelaide
April 18th, Melbourne April 28th, Sydne
|Pn 8th, Brisbane May 13th, arriving
|
|
}
|
|
|
|

to
Maret
arriving

sail



Trinidad June 9th.
These vesselg have ample space for
chilled hard frozen and general cargo
Cargo accepted on through bills of
| londing with transhipment at Trinidad
for British Guiana, Barbados, Windward
} and Leeward Islands.

For further particulars apply
DaCOSTA & CO. LTD.,
Agents: Barbados
| FURNESS WITHY & CO. LTD.,

' Agents; Trinidad.

LINE



D
goodwill tour of New Zealand and Vessel. From Leaves ieheden.
Australia as a White House Re-
presentative, S.S. “ATLANTIAN” . . Liverpool 8th Mar, 23rd Mar.

To Wilkie he wrote: “I think] S.S. “COMEDIAN” . London i4th Mar. rd Mar.
both of us should be extremely|S.S. “STATESMAN” ..Glasgow 24th Mar. ‘th Apr.
careful if you do go, lest it be|}S.S. “MEGNA” ‘s .. London 25th Mar. 10th Apr,
said that I am sending you ous) S.S, “OREGON STAR” .Liverpool 28th Mar, llth Apr,

UNITED KINGDOM.

rious and there might be an

E ; Vessel. For Closes in Buebados
armed clash at any moment if a5 oan 1 ‘
the Japanese continue their’ for-| 5-5. “TEMPLE ARCH .- London 25th Mar,

For further particulars apply to
DA CUSTA & co., LTE. ~Agents.

Ya He Sr





A letter from vhe Casablanca é ee
nference in January, 1943, told SOUTHBOUND Pannen then yy
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Out S.A. XI.
For Forty-Nine
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100 WICKETS

Mareh 17.
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ANNESBi
The Austratians
last. maich of their
tour here today by dismissing a
South African Xi for 49 Fruns-
lowest total registered agaitist the
tourists. When bad light brought
play to a premature end they had
replied with 137 for 4 wickets
Sent in by Arthur Morris on a
damp, treacherous wicket which
gave the ball an irregular lift,
vhe South African batsmen fell
quick victims to Bill Johnston, Ray



Lindwall, Keith Miller and lan
Jonson. Top score was 11, by
7 Mansell

Bill Johnston took 4 for 14.

Lindwall 3 for 12, and Miller 2 for
11,

Ian Johnson’s one wicket for 1)
runs brought him to the 100
wicket mark for all matches op
the tour, including minor matches.

The wicket was. still trick y
when the Australians went in,
and they ‘ost three wickets for

62. Visions of a collapse were dis-
sipated by Nei) Harvey, who mde
55 in 70 minutes, including one
six and four fours, and added 72 |
wit Sam Loxvon (27 not out) for |
the fourth wicket.—Reuter.



Barbadian Plays
For Swinton

Oscar Morris of Westbury Road
will be leaving the island on
Tuesday by vhe S.S. “Gascogne”
for England where he will start
his contract with the Swinton
Cricket Club .in the Lancashir¢

and Cheshire League. He signed
the contract in November last
year while he was with the
Merchant Navy in England
Morris is a medium -to fast

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Japan Cannot Send |
Representative |

TOKYO, March 15
The International Olymft
Committee has decided that Ji
pan cannot send a representativ«
to the Committee's meeting
Copenhagen May 14 it
learned here. The questior
Japan’s participation in the 19
Olympics at Helsinki is du
be settled at the meeting
—Reuter



on

tek vita.

A CLASS JUMPERS, Vinci

School
Div. I's
and over

umping henour
effort (4 ft

yesterday

6 ins.) Botte



C.B. Clarke May
Play Against W.1.

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
LONDON, March 17,

The first official match of the
West Indies Tour of England this
year will be against Club Critics
Conference XI at Kingston, Sur-
rey, on Friday, April 28.

Two days later, the tourists will
play a game against the
West Indian Community,

Likely to be ineluded in
London West Indies side
Leary Constantine and C
Clarke. It is undersiood
Alan Rae will not be claimed,
even though he has reside:tial
qualifications.—(By Cable)

They'll It Eve

London

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BARBADOS ADVOC:



ERNESTER NORVILLE is seen in the lead as she dashes to the tape to win the 220 yards Div. 1

flat race at St. Michael Girls’ School yesterday.

of a deer-like swiftness which gained her easy wins.

At St. Michael’s Sports

SHORT and

lithe,

Ernester

Norville,

the

Victoria

sprinter, won the 80 and 220 yards flat races yesterday to
carry off the Class I honours when the St. Michael’s Girls’
School held their annual Athletic Sports.

Close fini

shes in all

races and the general energy and | glide.
The Champion House cup was

spirit

the innate
sprinter plus
ation which

firm. Many parents and school
children attended the meet. Mrs.
O'Mahony, wife of the Chiff
Medical Officer, distributed the
prizes. Mr. D. A. Wiles, Public
Librarian, addressed the gather-
ing.

Champions of Division two and
and

three were

|D. Clarke

The breath-taking event of the

displayed
keenness of the competition, It was
born
determin-
vhe
forefront of all her sprint events

The evening
was light wind and the track was

illustrated
touch of the
grit and
sent Norville in

was sunny,

Zanette Millar

there

the:

the |
}won by



\

meet was the Intermediate high
jump. VeRileyne and M. Robin-
son eventually tied off for the
first place. Alleyne and Robinson}
scaled 4ft. 94ins. to beat

seniors’ effort of 4{t 6ins. Short
and of stocky build, Alleyne put
much stamina in the jerk before
the leap over Tall and supple

Alleyne (top left) and M
(right) cleared the bar at 4 ft. 9% ins to win the St. Michael Girts’

Div
ym. picture

These

Amateur Boxing

II girls invalidated

IN BG.

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent

British Guiana’s Amateur Box-
ing Champions lived up to their
reputation on Monday

and pounded
over

their opponents in a
up” for the Caribbean Champion-

GEORGETOWN

out points

Ships next month

Cleveland

ion; Claude
Desmond
weight

Bertram Ha
weight Class.



Time

Shepherd
Calvin
Kenneth Simon in the lightweight
class; and Adrian Garraway beat
Welter-

Bagot beat
Meausa
in the
Garraway

try in the






Registered US Porem Obes

Robinson



shows Robinson—up

afternoon
victories
“tune

Henry
Cuffie in the Bantamweight divis-
outpointed
fly
beat



Elizabeth,

the

the flat Robinson had a smooth graceful

house

which possesses a galaxy of spirit-
ed young athletes. The House Cups |June and return by the same boat

Anne

|} went to
| Division, Anne

Victoria

carried

off

the

in the Senior
in the Interme-
|diate and Boadicea in the Junior.
Senior

Jumping cup with a height of
4ft. 6ins. a poor showing against
the
9sins,

For
evening

Intermediate height

an

held for

Athletic

Sports,
the visitors

of 4ft

the

high degree of humour. To watch
the
Race, Potato Race, Egg and Spoon
Race, Obstacle Race and Costume

informal

races,

the

Sack

|Race, gave much pleasure to the

crowd,

For the Potato Race, agility
was needed, for the Egg and
Spoon, steady nerves and bal-
ance while the Obstacle de-
manded coolness plus speed.

Gweéeneth Forde, now of
Queen’s College won the Old
Girls’ Race, touching the tape
yards in front of her rival Shiela
Rice, also of Queen’s College

Ist G

Following are the events

Eve
Norville

nt No,

Agard;

Blackman

Ist Boadecia;



\ a

Event No. 3—Wheoibarrow Race (Open)
ard Victoria

Event No, 6—Esg & Spoon Race—1l &
3rd M. Mor-

2nd

12: Ist P, Tate; 2nd Francis
gan
Event No. %3—Balancing
| Under:
| K. Watson

Anne;

1—80 Yards--Div. 1;
2nd B. Graham
Event No, 2-80 Vards—Il & 12 Years :
2nd M.

3rd C

Howard;

Fwent Noa, 4-80 Vards—Div. II Ist Z

| Millar; 2nd V. Walton; 3rd L. Jones
Event No. %—80 Yards—i0 & Under:
Ist P. Sealy; 2nd D. Clarke; 3rd C. Hunte.

Eveat No. 8-220 Vards—Diy. 1:

T

Event



ton
Event No. 20—Costume Race—(Open)
3rd Jackson
Race



2nd R. B

Gill; 2nd P

No, ti—Old

veneth Ford 2nd

€

Moon (New)



Green
Girls’
Shiela







2nd L. Lewis: 3rd E, Lewi
‘ No. 9—Pelato Race—Junior Ist
J. Blackman; 2nd W. Springer; 3rd I
G on
fvent No. 10—Exg & Spoon—10 &
| under Ist P. Holder; 2nd L. Licorish;
rd C. Hunt
Event No, 1l—Sack Race—-(Open): Ist
A. Young; 2nd I. Marshall; 3rd M, Holder
Event No. 12—High Jump—Div, I: Ist
M. Branker; 2nd M. Armstrong, M. Cado-
). Murray and M. Chandler Height
: 6
Event No, 18—High Jump . H—Ist
\leyne anc =M tobinsc G
I 1 A. Marshal
Event No ti—High Jump—Div. UI:
King; 2nd W. Springer J
ward Height 4 ft ins
Event No. 15—1 Yards—Diy. II Ist
I J e 2nd Z. M 3rd V. Alleyne
Event No, 16—Potato Relay, Jnr. : Ist |
I. Blackman; 2nd S. Howard; 3rd P. Tate. |
Event No, 17—Relay—Div. L: ist Eliza- |
be 2nd Victoria; 3rd Anne |
Event No, 18— y—Div. I: lst Eliza- |
« 2nd Anne Soadicea }

1%—-Obstacle Race—(Open) :

thwaite



The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 6.07 a.m.
Sun Sets: 611 p.m.

March 18

Lighting: 6.30 p.m.

High Water: 3.42 a.m., 3.49
Rainfall (Codrington) .06 ins
Total for Month to yester-
Temperature (Max,) 84.5° F
Temperature (Min.) 71.5° F
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.,
Wind Velocity: 12 miles per

Barometer (9 am. 30.034,

p.m,

YESTERDAY

day: .84 ins,

(3 p.m.) E.

hour

(3 p.m.) 29.967

Ist E
Elliss.

3rd J,

Race—l6
Ist D. Clarke; 2nd S. Leach; 3rd

|

|

Ist |
Rice ird |

«|

Norville, also winner of the 80 yards, was possessed

'Norville Class 1 Champ |Seven Needed |

For Bisley
Meeting

THE Barbados Rifle Association
will shortly select a tedm of seven
marksmen to represent the colony
and the West Indies at the Im-
perial Rifle Meeting at Bisley,
England in July.

The team will leave Barbados
by the S.S. “Golfito” on the 22nd

early in September. The Bisley
meeting starts on July 10th and!
continues for two weeks. Each of
the four colonies, Trinidad, British
Guiana, Jamaica and Barbados,
Piet to send teams of seven. In
his way each colony will be able
to field a team for the colonial
events as well as a team, to be
selected at Bisley, to represent the





which with the proceeds of two
Police Band Concerts and a Fair
amount appfoximately to $2,200.
There still remains some $1,400 to
be raised by May of this ytar to
ensure that Barbados can play its
full part in a West Indies Rifle
Team

All those who wish to assist in
any way hewever small should
send the donations to the “Bisley









G

Fund”, c/o Col. J. Connell, Messrs
Law and Connell, Lr. Broad St. or
Major A. S. Warr Barbados
Mutual Life Assurance Society, |
Beckwith Place or Mr. T. A. L
Roberts, Roberts Stationery. High
Street
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“Bisley Fund” |
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Barbados Foundry Limited 0.90
Barbados Co-op Cotto: actor 0.0
Messrs. Plantations Limited 0.09
Messrs. Wm. Forgarty Limited 100.0
Anonymous 75.0
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Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co
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Messrs. Manning & Co. Ltd 50.00
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Messrs. Afyocate Co, Ltd 30, 00
Sundry donations . 27. t
Messrs. R. & G. Challenor Ltd. 25. 0
Messrs. T R. Evans 25.00

Messrs

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Messrs. G. W. Hutchinson &

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Dr. Harkness ... ... 20. 0F
Hon. Gerald Lascelles .... 20.0
Messrs. Bradshaw & Company 15.00
Messrs. Redman Taylors |

Garage ace 15.00 |
Mr. E. J. Parry |
Lt. Co J. Connell
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Messrs. City Garage Co 10.00
Mr. C. L. L. Sealy 10.90
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itd. . . 10.00
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Mr. Bruce Weatherhead
Jubilee Store . 5.00
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i of Band Concert Aug
Lt. Col. J. Connell-Rifle pre

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Proceeds ‘‘ r 29. 57
Interest Govt. Savings Bank 18.13
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ATE

A A A

| 3 Top Shoot With |




Possibles
| MEMBERS who turned out at |
|last Wednesday's practice of the
1} bades Small Bore Rifle Club
ere’ pleasantly surprised at the |

ystem for floodlight-



jing 1e Target, which is consid-

| erably better than the old one, Mr.
K. S. Yearwood and Lt. C: E

| Neblett are to be congratulated |
on a very fine job of worx

{ Competition was very keen at

this practice, there being thre*
possibles and followed closely by

a .99

The following are the eight best
recorded this practice

scores at
match:
H.P.S.
100
L/t C. E. Neblett .....,.. 100
Mr._T. A. L, Roberts .... 100
Mr. K. S. Yearwood .... 100
Major J. R. Jordan ..... 99
Mr. D. R. Edghill .... 97
W. A. Richardson ... 97
{ 99 Sat RO ssc id gente wie 97
| go Fe CARE 6 iis cer eins os 96

Members are asked to note that
practices will continue as usual.

Savannah Club Tennis
Tournament

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS
Ladies Singles y
Mrs. A. A. Gibbons beat Miss D.
Austin 6—3; 6—4.
Miss A. Lenagan beat Miss Ena
Bowen 3—6; 10—8; 6—4.
Miss E. Worme .lost to Miss A
}Lenagan 6—8; 5—7.
Men's Singles
Toppin beat C, R. Packe
4; 6—2.
Mixed Doubles
Mrs. J. Connell and Mr. J. W.
McKinstry lost to Miss D. Wood
and Dr. C. G. Manning 2—6; 1—6.
TO-DAY’S FIXTURES °
Ladies’ Singles



H. L.

6---8; 6



Mrs. D. Worme vs. Miss L.
| Branch.

Miss I. Lenagan vs. Miss D.
Wood.

Men’s Singles
W. Crichlow vs. F. D. Barnes.
Ladies Doubles

Mrs. G. D. Bynoe and Miss D

Austin vs. Mrs. A. A. Gibbons and |

Miss Ena Bowen. :
Mixed Doubles
Mrs. Perkins and Dr. ee
Edwards vs. Mrs. P. McG. Patter-
son and R. S. Bancroft.










o i ior onic . .
West Indies in the senior events. Belleville Tennis
The Rifle Association has al-|
ready asked twelve members if in | Tournament
the event of their being selected|MIXED DOUBLES HANDICAP
they would be able to make the | —FINALS.
tour. The following are the Mr. & Mrs. D. E, Worme—15,
twelve invited from which the} beay Mrs. Bancroft & Mr. P. Pat-
seven man team will be selected: | terson—40, 6—3, 9—7
Lt. Col, J. Connell, Major J.| B.B.C. RADIO
E. Griffith, Major A. S. Warren,| SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1950
Capt, J. R. Jordan, Capt. C. R. dene a.m. Ro Noyes. ay n ore
| Analysis. ‘ » am, Acco eon nterlude
E. Warner, Capt. S. Weather- 1.30 a.m. An expedition to the Islands of
head, Lt. J. L. Parris, Lt. C. E.| Shetland. 7.50 a.m, Interlude. 8.00 a.17
| From the Editorials, 8.10 a.m, Pro-
Neblett, Lt. J. M. Cave, Myr. | g me Parade. 8.15 a.m. John Bull's
P. R. Ince, Mr. T. A. L. Roberts! Band. 4.45 a.m. Colonial Questions. 9.00
and Mr. L. FE. R Parry a.m, Close Down, 12.00 Noon The News
t -. 12.10 p.m, New Analysis, 12.15 p.m
‘ s Scotland v England 12.45 p.m. Meet the
The Governments of all four! Commonweaith, 12.55 p.m. Interlude
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ture. The local Government has] \'35 nm. mterlude 2.00 4 he Nev
set aside $3,600 to defray half the } 2.10 p.n. Homa News from Britain, 2.15
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An Expedition to the Islands of Shetland

FESS SSSSO SO OOP

BARBADOS
INTER-SCHOOL

ATHLETIC
SPORTS

at KENSINGTON OVAL
FRIDAY 31st March, 1950
Beginning 12.30 ».m.
Admission: 24c, & 18¢.
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PAGE rwo BARBADOS ADVJCATF. MWMAT^ ., Qahib QaUinq MR. & MR"> HI W II I-M\ KIM, %& id. walked in irF.I Ihr 'pUne f-l>rdav .It.rminn at KeauHl H IS EXCELLENCY the Governor and Mrs. Savage, accompanied by Mr W Lambert, were wt thr Empire TheatniMt nighv to see Eric Gates' M Revue "High Tyme'. Lady Collymnre was also In their party The Empire was again crowded for both matinee and evening performances and "High Tyme' continues to be a great success. The last repeat performance takes place to-night u: 8.30 o'clock "Nothing Fu*y" H .R. H. PRINCESS ALICE IDd the Earl of Athlone on their voyage from Trinidad to Georgetown on board the C.N.S. "Lauy Mel*o" were specially served by Barbados-born Mr. Duesbury, fun-poking saloon-man of the' %  tip, and among his souvenirs of this trip are the autographs of Use Princess and the Ear! on a pound note. Before leaving the "Lady Neuon" Princess Alice said "we had a delightful and Interesting voyage" . and the Earl aaed ... "I enjoyed it immensely. Aboard the "Nelson" were three-score Canadian and. American tourists and other passengers, and they all agreed that the Princes* and th Earl were . "the essence of charm and goextneajfttmirUrwii Officers god found them "v i > %  simple people' who were always anxious to avoid 11 special attctstton rhey just wante i • treated like anybody els< '-., % %  *.., nothing 'fussy' about them at alL M Said one of the Officers: They prove** themselves very t[ood sailors. They took tlteir breakfast and ttV in their suite — the 'Ambasudoi suite" — but went down jako the dining saloon for thefr taHV h and supper where they rrfftK other passeng.-r well feel welt at home*' After A Short Holiday A nn ipeavaai in Barbados, Miss Zena Gomez returned to Trinlti.. terday by B W 1 A Tom Vtyioi John Corbin, were at Sejwell to seeker 33 Returning Ai Public Relations Advisor M R—and Mrs Hewm-Myring. beck m Barbados. Mr. Myring rc-luiiis J^ Public Hehittons Adviser th Colonial Development Corporation and will also act for iheContiwii. Chairman of I ...i) Mr. Mynntt who U In July 1947 spent four montlis in Amctica for medical iraaUueiH pttuniing to England, He resumed his post at the ! %  glnning of the year, and worked for one month in the Colonial Office In London, before leaving for New York and flying ID on He then went on Bellae, lo spend a week with his good friend Governor Garvey, and wrote a report on his visit there when ho returned to Kingston Early yeiterday morning he left Jamaica nri he was met at Sen>on by Prof. C. G. Beasley. with whom he and his wife will be staving temporarb Staying With The "Tree*" M UDITH MONTAGU. whi I year for a holiday arrived yesterday by H W I A. from Jamaica where she has been I From will !-• here for five staying with Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Tree nt then home 1 J Carlo win leave w company her as far as New York Return* From The Leewards M R DC FROST been away lot rnonll, lUrbados yesterday by B W I A from St K.; %  %  Montserrat, AntiKua and St Kilts as Actinic Manager for the Cable and Wirein those Islands, %  ri.ct him r.l the airport. A Rumour From St. Kilts fVAltl] that V. ,. %  .,, King ] %  it time with the St. •ill be returning to 25 th li is %  Indian Islands or British Guiana Intransit B ISHOP WILSON, the new Bishop of Trinidad arrived vosterday by B W I A. from British Honduras via Jamaica He will be here until the 23rd March when he leaves for Trinidad, where he will be enthroned the following day. He was accompanied by his wife and two chlltren and they were met at Seawell by Bishop Hughes and Rev Griffiths They will be staying at the SI Lawrenre Vicarage lr. HeatngS Mail and Air Exprei* C ARIB made a slip m saying that mail from England is netting here much quicker thai i! used to. He should have saii air express packets. Both the Colonial Postmaster and th' Branch Manager of British We Ind'an Airways have pointed on' that all Air Mails from Englan are despatched to Barbados by B.O.A.C and B.W.I.A Carib's "bundle" came here Air Express by T.C.A. and got here 3 days earlier. For Two Weeks M R. Victor Gill, brother of Mr Rex Gill. ui rived yesterdav %  ftcrnoon by B.W.I.A. from Trinidad accompanied by his wife for two weeks' holiday. They aro •daylng at Cacrabank. Mr Gill is with Apex Trinidad Oilfields Health Has Improved M R. U. S. BRNADTZAEG, forest engineer with Ifa dlan National Paper Co. of I Clova. Quebec, arrived in Barbados three weeks ago for reason< • f health and is staying at Worth Ing Guest House. He told Csnb yesterday that this is his first visit to the tropics and he is certainly enjoying It. Since he has been here, his health has already improved 100 per ( ant, He expect* to return home about i April 8 and regrets that he canj not stay on longer Draftsman Returns Home M R and Mrs A. Prada oi, Quirtquire, VtMllll turned home recently by 11 W I..'. lag two weeks' holl-i day They were staying at Worthing Guest House HI Prada is a draftsman em-, d with the Ci cole Pctroleun.i ration • Self Help Fair D i/MKHiES." the bon* and Mrs George k> not be a home on Tuesday luH March, between 3.30 p m. %  nd but will be the scene of a "rganisod by the W Self Help Association and handwork of all kinds, flowers, homemade ices and OtlM will be on sale. Returning To-day M R and Mr*. A G Rodriguez of Caracas, Venesuela, will be returning home to-day after spending an enjoyable a a* Kueats at Worthing Guest House Mr. Rodriguez, an accountant of the St Clair Oil Company was | his first visit to the Island while for his wife, it */| second Trinidad GvilServants Here M i^s Yvonne Janes and Hlsa Yoland Lovelace, both Civil Sarvantt attactsld to th*General now iii i MX weeks' !. %  red OB Wednesday by It W I A. and are staying at LeaBea The Stream. RORB draw* the Royal Family drwmw. specially deticned to sel-on* the ruby-red French decoration, the Lesion of Honour. The Queen worr crinoline gown of crisp while tulle mjunted over silver tissue. The bodic? and skirt were embroidered in a de*icn of silver feathers, each feather ending in a motif of rubies lo lone perfectly. White lulle fell from her shoulders v.ilh ihe silver and ruby feather embroidery repeated on it. She wore a ti.iiulr.iii .ind ornament of diimondx Prinees* Flizabeth wore a ..iini gown in palest green. The draped bodice was held In place b* a halter rollar of embroidered iaUn. continuing in two panels down lo the floor. The embroidery u* in pale green paillette*, pearls, liny r-meraldft and gold. The Princess wore diamond)* .ind the scarlet ribbon of the Legion of Honour. —L.ES Housewife Inventor A HOUSEWIFE turned invenTwo of her latest Ii HI be appearing in television's Inventors' Club programmes shortly First is a handle with small daws. released by pressing a button for gripping a>ool lo scour pots and pan* Mrs. Kaley, focing hou* for the tirst lime recentl;. servant:. |ton house found thai steel wool look th* varnish "if her nails and the skin off her fingers, So she mvenl-d the "Gnpit" and has laki tin secon.l invention, also discovered! during her American stay, is | Don-spill powder-bo>: Dressing for a dance rf Beach she opened her powde. | box and spilled face powder down her black velvet dress. Next day she bought every kin illabia powder box. studlea all their faults and disadvantages Ud then BBt dOWn to concoct IIM perfect non-spill box herself. Mrs. Kuley has now bough, herself a cottage homo In London and tells me thiit furnishing ani decorating it has given her mur. ideas for lubour-savinn lnventions ^^ Fashionable Deaf Aids HEARING hats arc New York's latest invention for fashion-conscious females who arc hard of hearing. Hats conceal receiver, transmitter, eords and batteries beneath then uiUst-stylc crowns Apparatus; lips the scales ut a mere 8oz. and ran be switched from hat to pocker bag. a. a BY Tin: WAY lly Beachcomber It must Lsculptors to i ork ass sved bj a %  %  church l I see? thai a new work I Epstein is referred to as .> I suppose some have discovered the weiid truth that what appeals to man. peopl in sculpture u sheer haft .. i. rather lib of the man who said thai lures had no app* cause they were SQ absurdly small Or again, like thai of Ihe howling vulgarian whOBS party. "Surely." he grumbled. " afford more than four oi them." \rt l)ri\e If lo nationalise gctllptui OUtpUl l-i ssoold all tonnuge conssdarabfaj decent sculptor would fcj\e responded to a call from Whitehal! to add g couple ol cwl lo every \*x of-eft in his studio us sift^exiormoui symbolical flgb) lltt^ for the CacadefondUng headquarters. "Wheii aslla %  •' ini ugh. "stand dose to the nev 'em )ust symbol loss trosn l IL ; ii Thev re SJOSBUJ i^idly." "And II Maison Tirlilonlaine ff* a Government spy?' Giv TJAHL. mjfa Wm a bil of the Bulganai i m pretuasl %  : the ( ,ne >' l0 lh [ u, J ^."P, s opened *or UM long master-mind, said tne ah iing. whaievi i tarryinR The War Into i out Africa antty made of cardboard. And when you Its nest In a tin of rat-poisot sell a basket of the ordinal) iinobviously believed thai attack \> ned ones remember they ar. the l*st form of defence. W< specially forced in sunny AndaShall soon sec some swash' lusia. and llown here, which is buckling mouse striding up to i why they cost 0s. Ad. each" The IraPi kicking it to bils, snatchgirl Ihus instructed wriggled ing ihe cheese, and going oft l<. sulkily oul of the Captau. uehind the wainscot. Th* r. lah Lord lUnglawalBfi h As soon as she had gone his "Memoirs of u Two-Ban. i OUt of the room her place w.'s Man." how a groUS) ,,i imn and i Replacing his hat with lluJamaica," utmost coolness, he got a bang i h "Mark It 3S~ the Bees (Tom s arlnfi, 6d.. a Jar, vrus thtU out. and put the OOSe, and oil Sfent his h 'reduced to 31s. lOd." "Anythlni; again Laughter froin you say. bar-lamb." replied the buuruig butts sent bin %  .mi down i>. totihop t ith s Hushed face. Starch Yw A third girl Hat With Snibbo. TO WINSTON, SAID THE PRESIDENT (Express SUff Reporter) W ls>Io\ (ill R< HILL The Archbishop of Canterbury. PrinVoice in the darkness for A Elizabeth, M. Schuman; and France oppressed It was thai then— name on the lips of Ihe President The Queen, President Auriol. of Fiance. M. Vincent Auriol, at the King, Madame Auriol. the RUikkngliam Palace when he reDukr of Gloucester, the Princes; plied to a toast by the Kins at Ihe Royal. Lord Chancellor (Lord state banuuet. |Jowiit>, Lady Patricia Ramsay, The toast was given in the ball' the Lord Pivsiiieni of rtie Council The King .aid in French i (Mr. Herbert Morrison), and the teas to your health Duchess of Beaufort. and that of Mme. Auriol. as w I rosperity and happiness I replied: "We shall rut forget those long and painful huuis when the whole of ad and tortured struggled in the dark to prepare the liberation of the morrow listening lo the dauntless voice of | nun-hill hurling at th? %  inspired defiance of a %  :laln 169 Guests 11 M Auriol spoke about at on the right-hand wing table Churchill was one of the 169 guests at Vahli' %  At the top table, from left to of Kent. ter (Mr. Attleel, ester, the Second Visit M ICHAEL NAPIER, a to school in Barbados, hat just returned to England from a skiing holiday at irtand He was looking verv tunbnrnt when a London friend saw him in Lood had a wonderful time," he said. i eond visit %  >e Oxford and Cambridge Skiing Ciub two years ago. II vorking at his uncles's enginccrD| tlrm in Maiul Other members of the Cabinet. including Mr. traeat Bevln, rot ter, were there ioo. Princess Margaret was abseni*. She was in bed with Influenia And The Menu as the four-course menu for the guests:— (Mumnmr Aux Quenelles Supreme Ue Haumun Roi Georiiea VI Pouuin BouquetUere Petita Poia Au Beurre Pummes Nouvelles a La Menlhe Salade Roy ale. Bombc filacee Nicolse PetlU Fours G laces And while this dinner of soup. salmon, chicken, peas and new fruit salad, ice crean. and biscuits was being eaten, the Welsh (luards band. On Annual Visit M R. and Mrs. Percy Philip ol Putt uf flpaln. Trinidad, who nave bean visiting the island annually for the past ten years art now back here for a holiday Thev came in recently by B.v, I i ipanled by Mrs. O. G Miss Vivian Lee and will b mtii the end • %  ( tin Glencove", Worthing. Mr Phillip is a druggist propi n to. and Managing D and President of the Co-opcrativi Bank, Porl-of-Spain. IO-\,..|M < L1IB MMIU Trinidad's Leadins Oriheslra fin: HOT MIO I s And The Club Morian's Orchestra for ConUnuous fcnterUinment From tarly t.u I ,i.•ST I'kiMDial 4000 for Reservations : CHILDRENS TRU-FORM SHOES IUCS PATENT • WHITE BUCK 4i to I: 7i lo 10J lit lo It i\.'.1 $5 23 M.05 TAN LACE 7t lo IDs lit lo It $4 52 $5.29 Wf Quality Show lot Y out Chlldrtn I T A Nw Shiomtnl ol JOHN WHITE MEN'S & YOUTHS SHOES • lutl AiTivtd I All PricM AdrtrtiMd art B.W.I. Dollars NEW GOODS I BEAUTIFUL PRINTED CREPES $1.93 and $1.96 EVANS and WHITFIELOS DIAL 4606 DIAL 4220 THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY Ltd. I ii ml your f'uU-h suMfi We arc fully stocked with Fish Hooks. Flshinc Lines Seine. Mullet and Herrlni Twines. Brass Swivels. Kowloeks. M e s k Wire. Larins Wire. C'leal Hook. Galvanised PaHtst CROSS WOSD %  1 r 1 IT i ^~ 4 u at 17 u 11 rtn 11 I J; Lhi \ 1 kcrass 1. Usi OS asiising itr oeitu ars*n m tun' qurlr. ifli rt. At a pincn one n>*y ta>. ir.e irouote to pit* up a p. \i Itimy iw ,ii. imposition ui 10 Was aoio invmteo nera } 4i a penny etch **• but,, 12. Tb4s la.i three eutn o( tpt s.plisl. %  : MI I'J Sam raturna witn ta ona#ttpot. oauany. ,41 14. TbU u a cutter, .n ifl. A tree thai iia* varied. (3) 18 mu sort or tnins :i*lM a ferment. <> ^1. A cry to hounaa. (ft) 4?" -^ ,D • • orl oI Cnriitmsa. i4i si. To the upper n would he wilo„ out pretence. tS) "*^ JH. Laiuhing before tn,a inaiea one %  asn L Now we have to atop a wnne 14. d. One war out o( maqy, (4> J. What QUO is aura w 1>I.I ,B ID toe end. I4I *. Found in epic odea. 141 t. Humoroua ur n.l-.liiv u ua aecao tlon. (4) 1. Thla la the no.m oaa. (4) a. Kind or luck one occatloaaiiT Beta. (3) ii. Put a penny on lo Acroaa >\IX (Xd-Unie alang lor i Down cii' '-!• "• Burpoae la ellminailoo .8) 17. Oarormlty tiuougb s pea to a la and as Acroaa One woo *UfiSy% •la hoarding*. ,4-81 IS' 9? ? lna u * t "** •• two. 10 < VX Nobody apparrnl.y -an put an end to it. %  • lia.'^r of s< V •AJ 3 ^ ai.P-i'*^"aa.""R;iii,iir' ^ &!* a 'auMra no.. ittburti: 1 SJJt: 9. Vo-r] [S Pk. 21) Dido S3. Bob: 4. All "* fc IIW1 AI. Worthing* SUNDAY NKUR .1 H 30 p m MrpuUiKSntaahlns Dtublr V.illlam MAHSHAIX. Vera HAl.STo;. — lo — HAGON WHBKLH WlitlKAID %  — with 1. .da STEm-ING. Oeorge J laiwii EMPIHK iiu.11 i. HI HOW TONIGHT Si JAJMTJAY nt 1 X p in H4-publkI", tbi, "~ —•*" Edgar BAHHIKK StepUame BAC:iX: Ml Kl 1> lit -1 till V\D 1 V and ( III .1 s\i .in IX \i Wild Bill kil.uM iiXI> KYUI.H lawto IU.AKE a. i.irnx REAVER OI.VMPK tAT.. MOM a v.i.ii .t p.m ReDubllt Pttiurcj Preanit John WAYNE\>ra KA'-STON THE nOBTfWO XFAliikl' Olurr HAHDV Philip DORN FRIEND TO' D HER ABOUT "DODD'S" On Finishing 2 Boll It t ol Doddi She Felt Well Again -I task %  Intnd. aiKin ass w^J rMd %  k*) Ui," wiisu M4 Aiai, l^k__^ Ok, Las., Si M: **t~ >k>sak>s. a% 13 jam •! set. rf aaar. Ikin Iw %  sssks I ns ksskM ^ti >r>ptr ui^ii m %  V ksek ass ala|. E"s as, llsssek "•••J >sl ssssL ksefeaUMTHU. W.lllkllnl Children's Corn et Rupert and the Dragon Pin riWHsasF*'— Rupen and Willie finish burruag :hc tubbiah belore (her stparaie. Then Rupert wsoders away in the direction where Wirtie sew the licht io the sky. Td list 10 *>d out who else had a firework part? lift night and whether they had ai good a time aa we did," he me*. "• *"Tn, %ll'A'nTLCB CIMEIlfAM^Zr SUNDAY. TUESDAY and WTDNEBDAY M TT^ ^ Ding CROSBY -Am. BLYTH-Barry rtTZQOiu^Ji _. In ParimwiMi %  %  "• catw-| "TOP O" THE MORNING' Hssr Ann and Bins Uns "You're In LAW. wife So-**.-.' 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I'M.I BARBADOS ADVOCATE 9 i: (DAY, \|, Aussies Bowl (hit S.A. XI. For Forlv-Nine IAN JOHNSON GETS WO WICKETS %  %  i ]•> %  to n |iremalun> Cm ll*y hSfll ; .vlrkr1 s. I.y Arthur Moi damp, ttonrhcroui ticket which S ive the ball an ..regular lift. e South Afriran batsmen foil tinu tn Bill Joht -i T* .I Ifin Top rore was II. I>\ .1 M/r. I Bill John-Sinn took 4 for 14. MndwLli 3 foi 12, Mid VlUer 2 for 11. Ian .Tnhncon's one klW '<" '' run* liruuRht him to th* 100 ;irk for all n ncludlnff minor maurhw. The wirket was still aWk) went in. 'Oal three wiekets for HU KarvOj, who rr d ( (udlni inSta arid l 1 out) foi Krutrr EHNESTKR NORVILLE l< *n In the lead as she dashes to the tape to win the 220 yard* Div ] flat race at St Michael Girls' School yesterday Norvllle, also winner of the BO varrts. was possessed %  f %  H..r-Iike swiftness whlrh itnlned her easy wins liarbadian Play* For Stria ton .-.. tburj ROO .. s s "OMcogne" for Ennlaiid where he will Stui t r (:n 1 with the Swtnto %  Cricket Club In the Uncaahln it.iJfi* I November last year while he was with the "'. Navy in England Morris is a medium .< %  bowler and Swinton Club is lookvedTral "'offlcV ing forward to much from hf Norville Class 1 Champ At St. Michael's Sports SHORT and lithe, Ernester Norville. the Victoria %  printer, won the 80 and 220 yards flat races yesterday to < .HTv "If the Class I honours when the St Michael's Girls' School held their annual Athletic Sports. mishes in all the Oat BOUMOD had a smooti. nd the general glido spirit displayed Ulntl Ww Champion House cup was ron by Elizabeth, the house ,1 a | KIII Cannot Send Kc|r<'st'iitali\r TOKYO. Mart lationol Olyml ttea has deci.l< I l a reprceiilat'' < to thi I aoatiai I \'. learned ban Xtw QU r the I'* 1 I oetinj —Reuler the innate touch of tb %  prtDttt plus Kiit and detennlnUc in Ar forefront of all at %  ninn was sunny, there was light wind ami the track was firm. Many parents and school children attended the %  O'Mahony. wife of the Chi** distributed the III D. A. Wili I Librarian, addressed th< fait. Paamplom of i mm The breath-Liking event of the moot As Intei i 1,11111, T* tl lor the % %  %  seniors' effort ol 4M Oil and of stocky build. A. i much stamina In the %  which possesses a galaxy of spirit, ed y ung athletes The House Cup* went to Victoria in the Senior Anne in the Intermediate and Boadicea in the Junior Anne carried off the Senior Jumping cup with a height of 4ft. fllns. a poor showing against the Intermediate height of 4fl 9,ins For an Athletic Sports, the evening held for the %  > high degree of humour To watch the informal races, the Sack and Spoon Race. Obstacle Race and Costume Race, gave much pleasure to the crowd Fui the Potato Race, agility was needed, for the Egg and Spoon, steady nerves and balance while the Obstacle demanded^ coolness plus speed. tl Forde. now of Queen's College won the Old Girls' Race, touching the tape yards In front of her rival Shiela Rice, also of Queen's College Following ui' i rii Ni—m rare* on Noi .11. Ind B. Gr.:v 3rd | l-nl Na. t—as fuOt—ll .11 . Hi C Ajard; ft am :-B.U.M Sat,I. a T_ J I I r.i.i* in.— imii.i Seven Needed For Bisley Meeting THE Barbados Rifle Association will shortly select a team of seven marksmen to represent the eolonj ind the West Indies at the Imperial Riff* IffOOfllH at Bislev. England In July, The team will leave Barbados by the S.S. %  Golrlto" on the 22nd June and return by the same boat •arly In September. The Bisle. meeUng starts on July 10th and conUnues for two weeks. Each of the four colonies. Trinidad. British Guiana. Jamaica and Barbados. plan to send teams of seven. In :his way each colony will be able to field a team for the colonial events as well as a team, to be selected at Bisley. to represent th< West Indies in the senior events The Rillc Association has already asked twelve men I the event of their botnfl they would be able to make the tour. The following are tht twelve invited from which the seven man team will be selected U Cal J. raaawll. Majar J E. Griffith. M^Jor A. S. Warren, (apt. J K Jordan. Capt. ( K E Warner, Capt. S. Weather head, Lt J. L. Parrls. Lt. C t. Nehlrtt. Lt. J. M. Cave \lr P. ft. In,. Mr. I A. L Roberts and Mr. L. F. R Parry. The Governments nf tat*. The local set aside $3,800 to defray half the expenses up to thHt maximum. The Rifle Association has up to the present received donations from many WO. the piiwc"! ;; Pop Shoot With PotWiMco ti-Wr tiec of the aaarhaalB* %  Ing thi.right best l % %  H.P.S. 100 L/tC. E. Nebl^ ,. %  100 Mr T. A. L. Roberts ... 100 Mr. K S. Yearwood ,.., 100 Major J. R. Jordan 99 Mr D. K Edghill ... 97 .. W A Richardson ... 97 S Tempro 97 .. p. Chaos 9 Members are asked to note that .ill continue as usual Savannah Club Tennis Tournament YESTERDAY S KKSI Ih Ladies Singlrs Mrs. A. A. Gibbons be., %  \ Lenagan beat 10—8; 6—4. 1(^1 to Miss A. e Urn's BahCaN II. 1. Toppin lieat C. R. Packer 1:0 I Mixed Double Mrs. J. ConnoU ami Mr. J W McKlnatry lost to Miss D. Wood and Dr. C G. Manning 2—6; 1—6. TO-DAY'S K1XTIRKN LadleV %  iRtSSS Mrs. D. Won I Branch Mis l 1 Wood. Men's Siinilr. F. D. Barnes, ladies Doubles Mrs. A. A. Gibbons and Miss Ena Bowen. Mixed Doubles Mrs. Perkins and Dr. A. C\ P. McG. Patterion and it. S. Bancroft, DANCE QUEEN'S PARK MR. J. D. DOUGLAS nUPPET ICES %  •Or\; li-u'i. nII\I l DOUBtEfl IIWIHt \!' rtfi tu Mr A Mm D F. Worme—13 Bancroft Ar Mr P Pai terson—40, 6—3, 9—7 a . ,,.. i.,, .'II.i. !,„( V W.llon l"i I. JOHM. %  •• V.ra.-H. A I *,*.. i r SMIV. inri n Clark*. 3ni • H i % % %  „ mc i, Wl ,|, ."r'^t-S".""' PoUce Ba aniount approxin %  • itm ren be raiMHi b % %  ensure that BarbOdKB) toll play its | IV inAll those wh. i send the donations to Ih I Law and Connell, Lr I'.: Major A Mutual I He Beck will | %  Contributions to the RK t 'BWe. sum! A aaaaa H i •>MI 1-t \( Hold* i %  l.m^Pli I |i1 .,.!. I),. II V All.vitr .1. K.I.. In. I.' i II,,, II. I N I*.!.. HH || A a \ (right I cleared the bar I School Boa— up •ad owoj I ..l... RlH-lUl'll i ma i.i.i. it*" i CB. Clarko May Play Against W./. lt.KDAY Id nil I ...IIIIIKUIIII Nlns Tola! tor Month to yesler%  mi Hi ins. IVmperature IMIVI S4.3 F rrmprrature (Min.1 715 K Wind DlreeUon (t a-an-t F... ilpnl E. WmO Veloeit): 12 miles per hour Riromcter d un> 30.S34. H pm I MOfr Mwr Wi. I\ir*iv %  Haaoa I P M % %  AT.voralc Co Ltd Sundry t'onauona M*-wn R *C ChfJInm LM Lid UMsrt Q W Lrnch Si CO Huarhju*-. \ -i I * on ua> io.tr IS Or M %  .' %  %  g ThcyTl Do It Every Time IORPT) BUTTLE WASAfiE^E^ T 30R5NOT IN THE H0T1L' iSP06 SDlFFCRErmYTHerCttMAY. HE'S Ai^vAYS £-AE-COVE r =-£-£sT. R.T T. IN0^MERHO"^_S-HE0S'T \ C.£4S d?E Au w \Bt AsyBOTwe?-c-J5T V -HE SAVE)L ROwPCN TMERCC* 1 ". V MXJ PCftMiT <.OS PON T VOu? WELL,SE5N NO S BETTER 9EetAve0 THAN ANVICOI AN0 5MART! HEKEV=*?BA*CS*" By Jimmy Hatlo r I I u.l r IfcikpfH on (IrnUd lMTfll .. •• %  • %  BMtliiw a Comswrn !•• lUdmMv A Oara** It B J Pin> "J CMIMU Matfj %  C B Rlrr a < %  S>l*n BhMcti CtSJasai Mr C Ma IU G*rtr Co L SMI. .. JatOA J-.r\ MM MMM Sktrara %  > awn Co M, k ..ismaiwtti %  JtatllM SUM F % %  asoi %  i i"-. OJM tsai • at Band Ooncart u, B.B.C. RADIO •mum WARt H IS, IWM) TOO .m. TheNfw>. 7 10 •m. Ne Analyila. 7 IS a m. Accordrun Intrtlu, i JO a.m. An vxpoliiion to the t-laml* Shrtland. 790 am Interludo. S.0S a. PN iaa IMi' I 11 Ifi a m. Join. _. Bend. B.4fl mm. Colonial q am. Clo- Down. 1200 N...I, H> %  Communwi-.i.Inlvrludr I.JO pr.i. %  %  1.10 pin HOP I llnuin. a 15 p.n QUd lu Mcl You. * p.n. Sporti Krview 4 00 p.m. Th* Ntw. 4.10 p.m. Mil.',(Tom 3 ti p m ProRraiiii'iRAU vin IMIU -i HOOJ j ATHLETIC I SPORTS it Ki NBDIOTfOM >\ M I I RB i^ :is: Mafek, 1950 ? * ISOlBlBlBS I I '., -,.,„. I I* Admlnsi..,. M, 4 is, \ A s. hs>ffJ t hildren in \ t ooTosan iIII! WOMI v -l LI III l iSSOCM f io\ FETE %  m MAKIIl !1,|. |m .11 DlimtM.x BMW] by kkn.I permission ,,s Mr ..nil Ml i;, %  „,-..,. Bridsr. sulls „| Bs.kru. FI1.W.M. Relri-iliim-nt. uid work oi ,.ii kinds Ulll |.„ lor sals Isold I. ermil any ono -Dumd h \DMISMON I i ^2n % %  • % % %  • % % % %  .:: %  %  .:: %  .: %  %  DANCE SI THS BARBADOS A CLUB Only I ^ TO-NIGHT 9 odoc i s : •. S BANNISTEH ;. \dniiM.n i„ Tinriim %  ^*AHX TO SRiCMAirosoNCa MI*MI. CLOtKH In honour of the U. S. Navy (LIU >IOII4.\\ will be open • •HI..I i,,,, \i|(||| II"I lub Morsao On 'ir.trj and Ma i •I Uic Pi.no lor roolinuoos I no tuiiimrnl. for ilios. Ilaia, I'o . i li.-ms 1 %  KEITH ARCHER DRUl Phono 29BD COMET iiolluiid. I iiu-M Beet Auenls KOBKKT TKOM LTD. I'll, in,. 222S i Ladies' Bathing Suits by The world'* I** ism ii.ahni: ssiu In jn ittfMM rsrlctf or olour. as Irom U io M. Price, from $10.75 S12.00' CAVE SHEPIIEI.II A CO.. LTD. ". 11. I! .1 13 BUI III, STREET %  %  %  • %  %  • %  • % %  • % %  •.•.;v.:::::-.:-.-.::-. %  %  %  sss'///'*"* tipplement loyour Mormaldie 1 use... COW & GATE MVLTED MILK 'i Itlon icMilams:— KICH CREAMY MILK, MALTED BARLEY at WHEAT along with VITAMIN D. The Ideal Malted Milk for RrowinR children. iW and adults. Retail Price 90c.—lib. Tin Obtainable at BOOKER'S (MOS) DRl(i STORES LU Broad Slrrrl and HsiUnta (ALTHA PHABMACT) Special: "NYLONS" <" %  "" "' "", '.I s I ~ill KS and ANKLETS .1 38r.. c, V<" %  "Jz IIIILUKEN'S ANKLETS uliltr pink. bl sUfc-* %  THE ^q ^>Ta#saral SH0E BRITISH 9 m af a f a f afafco., M i-joo SbN JOJ SSSSBl Jlf BMSfttJ (||H||11 BsrsasfJ j|ipjj.\o JAfM oq, „,0|OO II* Wllh Hunk.. BBOB-IKPAU llEPA"tlWE BAVI PI I .. THE ARRIVAL Of A FLTITHER Mil!' PI I MODKI. HI uc.in \\l\l SAJHtM, '".REFORE RE M THE TIME BBING WE TAKE THIS iWOHTlA'iTV I THAT WE WILL SHORTLY IN I'v i iVNHOBOJI BASSOS FEATi HIM.; SHORTt 'SPREAD TLN1NC AM) AT A PRk BBUKVS TO BE THE i.i IWSST IN : INDUSTRY MAFHIS RADIO NIPORIIM RED HAND HARD ERMANENT (.KEEN PAW ThU Psinl poueaes uUI *?' 1 5 'SS^ and spreodlnil power nd s rellsble ucrmanrnrv ol "*"' III" i Ha. tin. tin. Una lln. tins W DIAL 2787 sseri.1 Ore, Is*"""?..? I tin no. I WILKINSON & HAYNES 0.. & \i' :J Thone 14M J



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„ u KUAV. MAKC1I m, l'j.„i IIAKBA1MIS sDVOCATE PAGE FIVB pennies From Heaven ^HE ARRIVAL of the An.encai I Nv> vtsterday brought oui rf the City guitarist* and b> Si tape the Yank* are ready u zL* oerhaps ;n re w,u ** man Srt'rtu*"'*" 5 abound the City *5at niitarist picked a vantage J^wliere every US. sailor L Eollery ol Goddards Restaui S eoulu * n,m Sl0W,y bu *„;, -.e played tunes to the MUX of the Americans such as ET tUe America". On com Tjn of his tune, pennies ralne | EB on his head from above. i A passerby, quickly chimed in -d promptly asked the sultans ZTpUr "Pennies From Heaven pt a tlxpence. TjAkBADlANS may soon be seei. D waning Japanese silks, ^m, and laces again. A notto. JJihed recently at the Office I^-jje Comptroller ol Suppnt*. gffueo impoiters that an allocated has been made to Barbauo.. te tbe importaiion of goods Irom ftjaaI; vftnl ^n to state that it wa. ^tfllil' Wat ..eeni.es snouiu i .^oiliMd u soon as possible lo (i^, wno arc able to place orocu* mmeaiately because no licenc*. nil be issued against allocation ilter June 30Another notice advised importer! that supplies of lactose arc iriilable for export from New fJsjMKL A ihlrd notice informed drug|isU that all applications for the %  mportalion of urugs and Paten. Heoicines are to be submitlc.. lo the Control Office. It also 5'jlM that under no clrcumstancM-aould applu-tion be submitter by importers to the Chief Medical mm. r DXTV-MNE BOATS are expected to sail In the Fourth Bccatta of the Hoyal Barbados yacht Club which will take place %  t the Aquatic Club today. It is opected that, the Circe, which SBished only one lap in the Thlru Reptta, will give a better performance today, r B BARBADOS rI holds its Annual Oenerai Iketing on Tuesday, March 21. HftJO P-mat the Y.M.CA. Hli Excellency, who soon after Us arrival In the island extended Us Patronage to the Society, will preside. Others taking part this year include the Commissioner of Psbce. Hon. V. C Gale and Mr. L T. Gay. There will be a show of Films by the courtesy of the British Council after the business of the meeting is over. It is hoped lor a large attenduce of members of the Society. Programmes and copies of the annual Report and Financial Statement will be provided. D URING THURSDAY and up to 6 o'clock yesterday morning only one Parish recorded any nan Fifteen parts were recoroe.. IB Si Peter. On the previous ay no rain was recorded. A SHORE PATROL of Military emeu from the U.S IBneshlpt.. "Burdo," "KleinSnith.'' and "Carpellottl," started [•trolling the City as soon as members of the vessels were allowed to land. TheM.Ps. have their Headquarter. U the Central Police Station *od Walkie-Talkie Set is also set 6P there. URS. KLSA SPENCK. Assistant '* ress of Welches Mixea S"*)l, Si. fnomas, has been pronotea to Head Teacner of St. is Scnool, St. James. Mrs. Spencer is the wife of Cpl. Jiacent'spencer ana sister ol Utr. hsac Carmichael, Visual Educate Officer of the Department of gggfSSMB, i ">. iSuUaLs, i.i.<.i.AiA will xi A w m .•>.. rump, At. joavpn, a,***n ana b<>. ucorge. On Monuu, the Linvma will *"* a Private Snow at tne b-. *M1 llUirmiy. A snow Will l> •"•a on tne St. agaruili ooy *wl pasture on Tuesaay for tno %  wntoi resident-, ol the St. Mar%  > area of St. Philip. nuers Plantation yard. Si*. (ft*pn win be the scene of a ** on Wednesday for residents %  m e Frizers area. The Cinema %  W be at Newcastle Plantation !" Si. John, on Thursday to J* show for the benefit of resi%  M oi Martins Bay area. On "" %  7 a show will be given in {gjury Plantation yard. St. ZT**< for residents of Ashbur> AN ACCIDENT occurred at the corner of Thornbury Hill and •TO" Bogg. Christ Church, at "J* '2 noon on Thursday bc%  the motor car X—154, £ and driven by Rev. ManJJ1 of the Christ Church Reo7 1 ** mo r lorr y own*** bv a Oooding of Gibbons and 2ScU'c v h. ThomMO,w cgx Jj* 1II rear wheel, right ; !" \ fender and head lamp o! 2J** re damaged and Ih, "U1 broken. The (enden.. S*J""* '"mp and bumper ul "tar inre exlemively damaged. "Tt •WHIT HIIKKL and rear [enderi of a motor caj g"* Hindi of Bank Hall i*t' "T? damaged In an acci: WalertorJ i(i,.„i al aboul |u %  —"..urn niim m a •a i?• " Thursday. The b> J'E MIUADE under aai.T"""" Superintendent Grant Si,. niU Ena Fonlaballe. W !" *hen a small blase jsj -P m a trash house about aaaa^ !" ***. however, was soon A ^^wwnos me • the US. Navy In a rS?. 1 "" nialch tonight at Its* ~-*beginning at 7.30. 2 Sentenced To Servitude Sentences of fo •ervitudi EX-SOLDIER ACQUITTED OF SHOP-BREAKING ddVhe hrpilino fs, n Am y '" %  >" %  Israel oia me brealtin g.jo^thc.v acoumed lum %  P'Plc In o.1V., to.endsc Strc.-t lo-K wonderlnely. s Qarnes surroiini.. Mali and ratal %  "" ' • m elderl) .eniale member ol hii tatalll held him by the !, %  .: years' penal' wmlc ">glng vers-s ot f" 1 ; nv , jearrs' imprlsUd citing portions ol I tcrd^ "" hh "l'labour were ye-. "^ k ,*' "" Ood is lot •.,is""P 05 1 "n Rupert Morr.s l ca be against spectlv,?K''h."i' p !', us Murre ": • The "" occupiws the attcnsrsjs Js^g H MT<; afx^% %  ---•" 'h c c '-2 ' In the se„ M „, nflicttng snevous bodily harm on Unn Elcock with intent Evidence ^r the Prosecution was that alter Beating a woman, Morris had without being provoked bv Elcock taken a steel knuckle" irom his pocket and given Elcock a cult that aused him to lose his right eye The Acting Chief Justice told Morris yesterday that he had ommitted a very serious offence resulting in the loss of an eye lo Elcock with a consequent lessening of the latter's earning capacity. His sentence would have been heavier had he not taken into account his previous clean record. Murrell on whom the two-year sentence wos Imposed was con, victed on Thursday of endeavour"Weed. The articles mentioned I ing to obtain $210 by a forged cheque. Victoriu Will Get A 6-Foot Pavement Preparations are now being made lor the erection ol %  sixloot wlue pavement across UM Victoria or Old linage. l;., bridge is being extenaed so as prevent pedestrian.tne bridge from getting In the way of vehicles travelling over the bridge. The pavement, which will be built to the Careenage side, will have its own hand rail and will be independent Irom the roadway for vehicles. Opposite the Victoria Bridge, at the corner of Bridge Street, workmen were busy yesterday digging up the part of Public Works Depart mi! jt yard which was handed over to the Koau Board. This half of the P.W.D., yarn will form a roadway and carry a pavement in .ilignmem' with the pavement by Uic Fountain Garden, which was formerly the Trafalgar Bus Stand. At this corner of Bridal the road will be widened and the blind corner, which in the past caused worry to motorists, will be reino\i.l Owing to the widening of this roadway, motorists will now be able to get in and out of the City more easily. As it is at present, when trucks are unloading bags of sugar to lighters in that area they Impede the progress of traffic and pedestrians. Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor, presided. The case for th; Crow was conducted bv |fl Bourne. Acting Legal Draughtsman, while Game* W. R. Douglas t the door oi the shop had been forced. The articles n Bbi %  .'... %  to tintab-station HUl where accused was in custody. There salmon and awdil A Package Clarke carried the lUV) He said that he had Jones' home .-.bout a quarter mnc away from the shop taking .. drink. They stopped dril about midnight, and after UUng a walk around the neighbourhood discovered that neither of them | had cigarettes. They decided to I go and get n package at Ma 1 ;.I Foster's shop. On arriving there they found that they could IH into tne tbopl through the half opened door. The lantern was burning with a medium flame. Jones called out for a package of cigarettes. They saw a man dressed ID I Srown beret standing behind lh i-ounier. The man was dressed in a shirt and pants, raid Clarke, but he could not see If he m wearing shoes. The man whom he recognised to be Game: Games, familiarly known 'Bertie' looked invo the gla.ts rase i here were no cigarettethere. He and Jones turned away, went off for a distance of aboul then turned back ar.d :; is what he was domj: then, (James whom he had known for about three years, ami who always wore a brown beret replied that he would them what he was doing there and with that jumped through th* shop window and escaped by way of a next door neighbour i yard. He and Jones went and told another neighbour what had happened and then reported th matter at the sub-station. The Sfory for th* isccused was told bj •; Mag Maud Foster's attended the Civic Fete in thi Park and reached the shop abou' 2 pan, He Joined Clarke. Jon*: tbers of the Police 111 i and eventually found the accused at the ^ub-slation where he had gone voluntarily after hihad heard that police King for him. Jones told the Court a stor> somewhat similar to that o; Clarke. There were rant discrepancies, which Mr. Douglas In his address to the ; important, and which Mis* Bourne described as trivial. Evidence for the prosecution was also given by L.'Sgt. Innlss who was in charge of the substation at the time. Cpl Worrel and P-C. S51 Cumberbatch. Thc> gave routine evidence. the form of an alibi. Accused's relatives swore that he did nut leave home that night, and that it was only after he had been told twice that police wanted him that he went to the sub-station early in the morning, voluntanh Hli witnesses were Merlese Wharton, his reputed wife. Cyril Wason who is friendly with his sister. Joseph Spooncr a man from the country who sleeps at his home and John Cole. A Brown Beret Mr Douglas addressing the jury Id them, the story for^the Prose.ation was weak. The <'ponded on one thing uric Consumers' Association pen(|ti £ t lhat G arne!1 always wore. It tlon to be sent to the Governor. [ wM evidence which must leave Sixty-six people signed yester, hem in t hat slate of reasonable day. Only six were added to, dou bt. which according to the law Thursday's total of 384 at the Ad-1 wou i u entitle the accused to an vertismg Department of t he acqU lttal. J„I^ "Advocate." but the fetal at Miss Bourne .replying n>nied Cave^hepherd rose from 14 on ha the ^osecuuonjIWIon yon Thursday to 61 yesterday. The tnc berrt. Both.Jones and^Clarke total at C F. Harrison's that stood had f\<*^X' a *h" Mt it If OB Thursday was twenty behind the^^ h of them knew yesterday. Only ten have signed Garnes whom own at the Colonnade Stores. Vi! Acting Chief Justice re' ,cwed the evidence putting lo the ICFTU Support W£RgS N. Atlantic Pact S£U~ %"*?• Siamese Twins Die PORT ..-,rch 1" Rita and four days after the n 10 days. The falhet mother die of bar children The father is grieved dan death of the %  sured by the nurse thai nothing to worry about, but slight drop in temperature. At 10 p.m. hi sage about the death of the babio 45 minutes before. The twins are expect buried this afternoon—ir.r.i HERE HE COMES:: laden with genuine TIU:St TWO SAILORS and an SJ\" Marine look very down he-rted. The sailors are on duty on the launch while lh P Special Police does patrol duty. They ruefully watch their pals leave tbe lumen on shore leave. Lime Juice Production Will Profit U.S. Flag Ship Arrives DOMINICA ;il Ihrw Illg IIHsM j pnxlueliun in lylH an %  l nd ttstra are gns of other* to follow, Mr. They Did \ot Use The Traffic Lane In spite of the four traffic lanes in which pedestrians should cross Broad Street, there has not yel been nny appreciable compliance ith the scheme. Broad Street u still crowded with pedestrians who walk in the street.' and cross wbkn but in the lane plainly indicated by the studs. Yesterday an "Advocate'" reporter checked the Broad Street scene from a position opposite Messrs Cave. Shepherd tt Co. He discovered that between mid-day and 1 p.m. four hundred people passed the street on his side and did not use either the pavement or the traffic lane. To confuse the issue further, four men rode their bicycles through the lane. On Thursday another "Advocate" reporter checked the traffic from the corner of Hutchinson 4 Co., and found that two hundred people passed his side In an hour and failed either to use the pavement or the traffic lane. 481 Have Signed Four hundred jfj,J^l e Silf^'S^5^S people have now signed Ihe Elec Hmmd ^, „, ono thing—the brown BRUSSELS. March 17 The International lion o( Free Trade Union. '!-• reached an agreement with uir International Trade Secretanats. the iwo organisations will work together as one International Trade Union nwe.,rcur> General Oldenbrack ol the ICFTU. told a Press Conference here tonight Tne Court will sit agoir m Monday. Trinidad Baker Found Head PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 17. Neville Davis. 21. Port-of-Spsm baker, was found dead morning slabbed with a penknife. He said the two organisations The police arrested a man on a would support th. Atlantic Pat 1, murder charge. %  and oppose Communist Sabotage The dead man suffered from of Western war material The a punctured lung Agreement has to lie ratilie.. !" ""General Council, of bo::, resulted 'l !" * !" *• '"£ r.i.uiihrfieck said Ihe I.C FT I' man. "S'S So members from The strange nun surrendered ITcSuntrta The am.ede.auor MnaeU a. the Police Station g-£ EL *—. h. ~^^!M2Sfi. %  dd d —leaser. dadian born—(CJ.) AT 8 30 ggnj yesterday, the thne mull speed transports "U.S.S r S.S. Burdo" and 'U.S.S. Cnipellotti". each having a tonnage of 2,000 tons. ing at anchorage In Carlisle Bay Today around the same time the United Stales Amphibious Task Force Flagship 'T.uvnie" undei the command of Captain W. V .u arrive with three Hcsr-Admirals. a Lt.-General and a Major General of the l Roberts, Social Welfare US forCM 00 tntard. told the Amonn the three ships ;n riving Of 37 ttllk'iis. He !o enlisted men and 340 navy and |,, ured tor thi. |V iwrsonnei. last year am !" "Klein-wUth" was under other piT... ,nd apar\ Commander W. J. Rountree, from lime, there is anothei u s N thc "R^rdo" under LtCO-operaUvi imaged In r, *nn.ander FW. U.S.N.. and the< distilliiiii bay oil ellotti" under l.t.-Commander c;. c; Hail, on board the ark "Klein-Smith" was Captain n.iv. ond bulldlni proU B gramme which would cost about This is the second visit ol the half a million i>ounds. Thc "Burdo" to Barbados. It was here banana Industry is developing ,l March 6 last ve.ti amOOf the and bananas an betn %  ships of Task Force 24 ox the -pected that United States Atlantic Fleet. the outp.. hort stay at Barm bursches, bados will end at 8.30 a.m. on Colonial Development CorporaMonday when they will start on : na-nfli to Norfolk, **Lady Joy 11 Drin^ Fruit AKKIVIN tr.U.i> WW .. > i •**. toni net i a cargo of fresh fruit, oeuanut oil this vessel is Mr. D L i -ton achoona ama O" nrrttn Thursday with a cargo of 200 drums ..( %  cases of rial M crate of personal elltl I bicycle. This nukag |. | call from Trinidad for with fuel vessel "RunDa" schooner 'Pn whose an i M sociation are the local the "Cycloranri EASTER EGGS in quite delicious and enjoyed by all ihe kiddie* i.el \oiirx eiirlv from KNIGHT'S DRUG STORES YOU MUST SEE THESE SPECIAL LINES! SIMPLY iM iZING \ AI.I ; tlon has and wll put up n hydro electric | %  the pOV blgllsn firm has just oeen established and is pun ng jp a factory for the nsaiiuiaetiuv : eal (oi canning citrus juices. Stella Polaris" Will Arrive ON MONDAY Local food is in abort tunplj meat, but H .i.uugh tne long pan .ion wh.ch Iba i>iaiai hua gone ihrough is coming to an lhat would probably at) ., %  bastery. roe Soi .. I re D ivnicn araa — %  %  KHetud m m-tj, %  a eem prt aed a suit ,ady assistant %  Their principal act... %  %  Colonial I' 10 7 For Indecent l.im;:it.i:'.< A FINK : waa irnnoot d HIM oj n day by His Worship \: iainia %  Road, a public nigh* resisting i Hudson on Jam. %  nattva i>i Mvan tnent Full life Nol Made Of Soviet Faring vUi %  .. ; : ioacoi i omraunut Partj authorities in region* of faihiiK to maki %  %  %  for not ensoni, I IMS Kruter CRINKLE GEORGETTE nine. Qgnaa SATIN BACK CREPE .ii. .-I i-. i 'i.ii iinii .. %  -1 '.I yi. SHARKSKIN llhil..ml. $1.70 and S1.S9 yd. <^' HARRISONS BROAD STREET adaj the 2. 747-ton lux' Inn i H 5(Ua %  "oloi-ts'' third visit to Itarbados since the 1W0 touruu It was the Stella Polaris'DO Thursday February 19 to bagin thi s rani t i :u5o aaon comes to a close. %  Ila r'uiara" la maUni ana via Havann, PortU -nd „ u .p, v -, TK, 25 YEARS AGO (Barb^doH ftdwaaH. MajTa ll. i";:. I'IKSONAI Hon. W i Colonial Seen %  on Aptil 1 ll ble Color "ith in n da TruiUlo, St. Thon Fort da Barbados, Grenada, Trinidad, Curacao, Cartak' Su Blai lo Cristobal From Cristobal %  %  bring to Isarbado A'elfare lunds . ..-; !" ke V ver > advantage of their 1? THIS CHAP LOOKS PLEASED WITH LIFE hours' -'" % %  haw The 19S0 tournt season enditrlri ahlp* —three fr.Mii the ".Stella Polar ". two from the "Ital'a" and on* %  %  and they ut, it is hoped to |et U SUIT to COM with the welfare! wo I* espec-iully with regard tu While i tding his bicycle M3U. a Probatii Ofl .. Constltud Koad about 11.55 wiva Ofncer am. yesterday, clalrmont Wilson Mr Hoberts who was last in was Involved in an accident wltl Barbados In 1947 for the Social the motor lorry M-762 owned b\ Welfare Officers' Talks arrived H. F. Shearn and d. here last week for a short holi(lolbern Herbert n!JL"S~ W S ? VJ "f a ,m,ri nc



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T" i it i ii r al a Murrli IK 1950. Barbados Iftuwcate ^Hr ,. STOP LEOPOLD'' STRIKE IN BELGIUM Alt lee Plans To Restrict m Foreign Diplomats In London LONDON, H .,,, IT. nKIMt WINISTEH Clemenl Aulee \ Labour C;ihmct w ii decide soon whelher*to "cage" Soviet and uthei it rgrtain diplnnmK henwithin a :t(l mile radius of Lond in rfprivwl t fairly sue De Courcy lalmed thai intelligence e^ idt attr a poad methods of a highly Ncret kind'' howed that on February 28 oi March 1 an extremely Importfenl oxpi %  nries started in Russia TV "evidence"' also confirmed. Dt Courcy said, thai Ruso.a has %  lit consider..Mr advan ftm of Ducleai ei %  jiwrfulthan the atom hoi in the JApal I Itrnli i Government Faces Crisis li:\i ILGAI SQl in BMM look likr thta. Actually thr pRctte NAIROBI where on March HOIh (he lluke .ml Itu-hcis ol liliiun-i | "ill ni.ij.r\ MIEUI.I > VH\. imv hi I \MI Ul \\ I M i in ill |M ( %  •.rill ihe ( It. I Iff n ,ll Seretse Going Home IVIoi..~Reuter Six Prisoners Perish In Fire %  in the m %  %  prisoner gffOL %  ed dninkenttessj Kruter -PRISON TERM JUMPS 7 YEARS MPENGHAGKN, M i ''' % %  n'naaed from five to 12 yearj *? — afawu' .i war •t on Wen. "* representativein Denmark **>t the occupation. —Reuter. Murdered On An "IIII|)IJIS':*' To Di' A Jui I %  id student i murdered. old atenofn impulM." Thi %  %  to post a :.k depoai:. I >ody wal (ound buried ;it da><> latei rrtod man, %  teept "an Impulse." —Reater. irch 17 %  lie ac%  %  %  [ b it II l 'I' then i;.ttln'r .ur r\ irienee for the civil action jbaul HereUe inheritance ffM nil tnuHUfUbar and ralaw ivbleli dae lr lu !" r.i^ MM AfMit II, 'I aliaa hftv* to rv#*n bttek to the tiibe jhmil m> \ Ul :., IT I am IrtJl mliUer In lli.-m aa i .in it Aa I Lie Ruth, former %  %  %  %  %  — Keute, U.S. NAVY WILL BUILD 4 LARGE AIRSHIPS To Combat Russia's Schonorkel Submarine The AmBCETOW ^S?i Oulnn.', Bbhin. Alan H h I-aldv 1" '"' C l0 .'"<• Itadrl OIIP.C Gold %  aalte" "' '< % %  H said It had benlu>, %  pwijlbli toward" thf • liable aoui %  look tho If ad II polukal mlr.l Vatican Prolrsls 1 x/in I'siiin Of Papal Secretary In Czechoslovakia VAI'ICAN CITY, Mar. 17 tUean is to make a strong )>,' liualovakia siicnor Ottavio De Uva. Srvretary ature in Pragu,'. it wai learned to-day. I ;,n affront, will ccdent 11 Had Into u U) fuffOCSlB Hnmi-'s vo, I NrflfWl l'i trthcrhood In Russia' „tican sour,, HI, r-.. lOBotHefl Recovered I nun Truculenl rrucult'iil be redoai, ,n the Thames l I HtH Hah tanker One I-" ,cd hull >esl, %  lo-day. Be. —Heater. SPORTS WINDOW %  %  : fir.; %  lint %  %  %  The H A T A h.ir *.. *n -PM* lo the intblkr I lo iM-.iifj in* ricict p-ice for .tdfn,il Ihr • • • T rift !< %  > %  %  / Ittempt To Overthrow Cart. In Bolivia I and nil* apt iad t r i m L i U tators hai revolution Reuter Party News The Central Commit tea 01 Hie %  I in East Qan word resolution, publi ;%  lliu lOH mutt be purged ul ... the resolution slateu to raCM the theoretical—political donj %  UM editoi %  .endlng Asu meiit of the Phai leeu %  I %  •jiid unii %  %  %  %  %  Reater BRUSSELS, March 17 | IQHTMNG strike* ami warning oi a Government crftgftg *-* hit Belgium to-day over the mo\es for the return ol King Leopold. I'rime MinUler Uaston Ey*kens hack inmi two-Uay ijiks with l^ouuld in Switzerland, hinted lUa in-rning thut tha Iith—la might resign fraaa in* present I atholk LibeiMl t oalilioii. Mans ana at cnarlerui %  part I %  Nor .lie the %  the nuaa lOailuer thu. \.cik. tion jiiiiouiicvU plans l %  P %  consent ol Askeu when Parliamani would meet to vote on repeal of the regency law provisionally exUmt, Id To call Parliament one nuat ban ials. vital ; y m Uie predoiiiinanilv (. atttOlIC Parliament, ha^< M over the Leopold's his leturn. The I Mnmuniita oppose i inKm as return. Aimtner t oaillioa. uelic\e.i <'Mn, anoiiui bringing I old lauerals. UoavaJ leavers have il reaaed Hillinmicss \o join sueh a Coalition. dg of worker> jou ed i-hou. Stop laaopold' Mich spread swiftly through Krench-speaking southarn Belgium I *;ov#rnment cruii urn of the exiled K i| also threatened the country with l I'miiola-Uberal protest Ul 'he industrial .nd ChurH aUoon area, which | last Sunda\> %  aeiw. Staj-e strike i.s.oo.> walked out at ill IHIBI mines and %  %  Bortaaga Induai %  12 VluiiUis Fur Depriviiig Negroes Of Civil Right* Mar. I? I nxiliini'iit. i Court on I %  %  il pi ^appeal. Kight otha. af< 'with Ira .;tted. —Reutn rioinis, ,i King leopol,: catc ti I'ailianien: %  have a, in the I onlv two vol / %  %  %  a an ai Serai: %  the I.n i i meellng geparately throug %  The IJber..i I %  Motz, d lalks. M %  To-ni~; %  1% %  I %  %  %  FRANCR I A.VOURS ;t-POWER MF.KTING —Re ale i AMBASSADOR TO LONDON HUKNO \ irch 17 rtoletln OdteUI %  nnoundea Tl Hognn as Algentnil's larw An tiBMiidor in I. i xho vaa recalled eai (Neater.) Ingrid Will Fight For Pin .: 17 tha, EM igman .nil and "nited States from proper pei %  ter, allowod la -vr Lawyer Gets Jail For Contempt IN ARGENTINA I>r Arma Cerutti, an Argeni sJ-K. with %  ntge hearing %  %  %  thi days' :empt n( Keuter.i Mcci %  ifcki ind tsai %  -"niter he said %  -Reater Famine in Chiiuu Millions Will Die : %  i nl Ivith Fabian l iln i iaaa hi U.II tgaarfti How the Dog Dopers Work The Case of The Falco Policeman The Trail of Cal Burglar No. 1. (the nearest 'eallifc approach to Raffles). The Chase to Gretna Green. ill tinEVENING ADVOCATE



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I\ r. \.:R.vno> ADVOCATE r NRY BY CARI. ANDERSON FT Jjt£KEY MOUSF iY WALT D.SNEC ?a\s — o >*e : jiMg L BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG [III!*" K. O. WWOX The HiilillV etf I EnK<>.t S'*"1 (KUP VOU* WNO ' TMI GMlLf i I IVf MI MOT OUT V o* rnoueLi ViT... — THE LONE RANGER It." iv Wfi^5fl BY FRANK STRIKER I Rug BRINGING UP FATHER %  •* ** COLA.D %  vo-r 54T MV ovs* TD eaa MSCCULP LAHP TK COH.AH6M — tU MB\Etr CELL AWV1W4 -n FACT ILL TMMC IT* A aaeufr J <*>.. •& %  ^ BY GEORGE MC.MANUS *6i_L-I ftJTiTO^fJB' I #0.0 TWBM > I MO/ TO IMxE TME #ALE -r 'MAP TCsHiV** LAkA. A*t> A l*lA.^O'wE_OW, -'.e'.' TV* C .'^ RIP KIRBY f SO T_6 9sm> LAD*K 1LL ja i T C 2* 8,L *•' •*0m TUT •ifc TV iv-A.;st I'a / urL TVI ^C-ICKHOCWUR. 1ITIM.I, WI .(T KM ISOTTAwsxi MY OXMCI TO Lirr THOBC ewsrsuu* BY ALEX RAYMOND —/..AN' HP! ,__ \ TMBU t ONI.' i S--~^,\ WSS.Y TO ao__ J N. TMAT 0.SLP; THE PHANTOM AHR %  lISMYt/JTYli' ENFORC'.VOut iHAr< IHONi'AUB GOITEiC. IT'. TO0BAD--I COUUVUSEONE •A9A', JOKE-BY LEE FALK 'THOUGHT SO %  POSS'ltLlC' loENERAL "l FiND ONI & RAY MOORES Sm Rlm >"", n arroivmaur cm Mfnujon *• HJL IDt GEOICI 1 1 .1 . C—^.!..^ Gordon'j SUPPLIES AGAIN AVAILABLE IM.M.I I.L..HI.H UUP BLOSSOM ULLkHlACLVIII BM.I: —-aaMjaaani A coffee hit! AFTERNOON TEA CUITS HAOI BY UHI C CO LTD CARLISLE IN6LAN0 On Sole at all Grocer* and Drug Store. ... It's the improved Chase and Sanbornl Merc words can't describe it. You'll have to (Me %  .u IiIt ai up I, H Chase Bad i exi laim with delight! tnone) can bill m n fpacsBCd, Irotn 'in I en usi us i %  .HI VAN I.I. i'.i^iili l .i....i.:,i. I % %  < ttJBfl ..vel.ll Irbflll, MI vimr trading territory with an -ioiioini<-ul "" %  %  ^^TTC c %  ^ AT liiniRuaivo to ran, roomy interior, r. adily adaptable for nsaay trades, easily, speodily and safely manoeuvred, sturdily constructed, reliable, smart in appearance. All combine to make a Morris Liakt Van a Bound investment for a good business and so broaden your circle of customers. Paints by Lewis Berger & Sons. Ltd of London. ililillllllllllllllliilffiliHi Before Painting or distompering your plaster or concrete w:.lk or ohMtN <>l Rtbe i ii'i 'ulcx etc, UM ;i to;ii of . THK 10 CWT MORRIS UCBT TAH O Caaa- %  ttMvm oMa „„,. Low famri Mrlag aaakdaav FOHT HOYAI. 4. AH \<,E LTD. Phone 2385 Distributors Phone 4504 PRIMER (I) Diusral doe* a double job on mil alU Simled 11 ensures pain) dries right .1 iteyi rit;ht. waling ofl the diLructivc .ilkalies a" moiature on nee >"'" Duraeal rrevenl* colouration nd pswlbaf. At the M"* time it pi.nidr a uniform, nun-porous baw foi the paint coats that follou. putting " *" ahte n.lic.tio" .mil vailiun. ,„, ,,,,,l,r (or "• [older or iM>l>' %  GARDINER AUSTIN & COLTD. •nooetown, Sol*•**



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BDAY MARtlf'lK. CLASSIFIED ADS. ilAKi.WHiS ADVOCATE In Carlisle Bav DIED Bclmont Hnad i.t UdJy for the Belinont Berth „ n d Uwnre to the UTeeUnirt — %  — 1> 1 SO-In -nioa. AUK Sch Car hi MM. Sen B u i idontul ( Mian sr-c*rt TII 'mna Mar. Sch Srh Anna II fmBUB* y T B ST i 11 *" Mark. Sen •-rarfc. Sch O.rlomrna O M V lady Jo>. 44 loin net. Cast Parion* EaT" S ' hmmk U S H.lh Speed 1T8BBJ Ml Klein. %  '. Irgteia -H-* Queen. 10 ttM N-lenn. from St Vincent. U Johmmn. Eq DEPABTIRE* Schooner Ada Una FImnKii|. ror SI Lima. Agent* Owner** Auoriatioii Srhnonrr Hal*I Scott. M tona net. Capt. Mark*, for Si Lucta. Annb: Schooner Owner*' A.IN TOUCH WITH BAKUADOS COAST STATION ^-.Biart'. FOB HMM ~^m int Ford AnglUl in £* %  rYelecl Ford I*** model In -—goirondiuon Apply: UnlWd Motor —is Roebuck Stroot Dial 7.41 1*1 an a. PI-RI.M MUM WEAL ESTATE FOR SALE AND REMOVAL That pan 0 f %  ><• %  Swan. "£!*" w| "eh *The buildlnK Lower Rmad Slree' M| Ml BBDrORD VAN—Don* no" B aMi driven. Broadway Dre ,— 1* Clt Aiaflin. tlx Cylinder. 14 h p l &•**. adjustable rteerlng wheel. Ptml eg, tatKM* "tied to luggage compart_— salr U.TSO mllea. Owner driven. UoaaUlMt Dial IMS. E II Bvnoe lasso-m fjAB-Ntllman 10 II P %  MtaaAuon ST50 W ou %  ahelawt 41J7 193* Model in neered r>fTer II 3 SO—Sri IP IV in aM'order Race-i'tv overhauled and aaU d Prte* reasonable Apply t< [ K **Utohinjon. • %  > T Kydnev Kind it plaatauona Ltd New lluiidiivg MM aw* m* is a so—:* QUt-One Auatln 10. ! %  Yauxhall %  *.' %  Setfan. tit Viuxhall il-AxB • % %  , I' Plymouth, ill Morri* %  a < HOn IBS A Muter Cycle 3, It P ll-IbMB vehicle* are all purcnawtble r **• M/e-ptfrehaae "yatem. or termaanoaad D*Arey A. Scolt. Aucinn**Ififi Um H 3 SO—4n bulldlnj. "* '"" "" lrl 1 P" 1 o* 'he '.ARniN-ER AUSTIN A. CO.. LIMITED ' 3 -*-Tn do-ed %  aal H A> aaa Tl rhB , "M "*. %  tandtn. on icrv. drawing -oom, 3 bedroom* i ninnini water, modern con•rve-.l frvll tree* encloted Mn E. cole on premiaei from n except Sundavi Dial 3391 BtM OM.tla i CA B J: J "1 Wlrrta-a bbad)-k, MV Bonaiir Uoa, a H Runna, %  % Mormacu !" | s Lold* Vanaaruela. a S Gaacoaix ^!LXT? 2 c ^i ?;* Amaatra. S S CorSB YaatNttota, 9 8 Anmn, SS 'i !" ,-^ 0 S .. Gol CIS s Cae.adi-r.ClnlSouthern Cwmariee, S B Alcea Rui-ier. kn-f\ s V. Mlnui. SV Uatntaa. SS Afne4e, SB Caaabtenoa. % %  :. s i-emple Arch. 9 S PahadJna, S 8, Alcoa Pllil.l. hfra. SS. Orwell. BS i' Champion Cup from lor her house. Elizabeth. It is smile of dfJtght, (risn M mimic in beating down her eager rtnli V^AJLA>4iL ROOSEVELT STARTED THE ATOM AGE UtHABIl Rl-BY II H I \ I %  r^. u .i ., -^ Mr lll >* 'im Degia. Ml William Moore, i, v A d .. HaU Wwrd Chadee. OwendoMr. Olic* Moore. Mr. John Wilk. Hi line Nebeiifanl Kathleen Lovell, Erank Paul DlBlja, Hi l.ank llanalti. Mr Oomee. Annla Paachall. Maria PaachalU OrwaJd Soverall. Mr snaron Paachall. Gerald Paarhall. Selwyn Mr. William BenneM, Mr i Fraier. Barbara Evelvn. Donna NebenMra. Kathryn Siiniiia.-Mrt Dnrrir Hurkr. rani. Dennii Alkinwn. Charle. GreenMr Aubrey BurKc. Mr Van W.aadijk. ^iGanusr. I>UI MIS II 3 SO-3n CELLANE0US •M CAST JUICE Eight i|> conli m pa> Obtainable from C Arthm %  Bar WallatorookRlvar Hoad %  • II 3 SO—4n 10TBING. Some itema of Ladiea %  a Clothing including Rain Coat. tie lal am. IB 3 5B-3n l'i.,., %  WD MOSQUITO NET IIOtrts car >al again. Ihay are auonger a— %  fr than the aquare ottea. -lie 31" %  • *r dlametar. Phone 13X3 17 svio—an *W0WS i. DOORS. an French %  Waai caaap. <4i Double SaahWin —'aal Caw a. %  11 Front door and Caa< "* %  *> wiratowa. If) Jalouale ilnon J, 0 "*. "' Hedroom-doora and C:.ae 5rW m* W *" Ul rt d. M*1T 3 50—4n 'J^ 04aaraa. Purple Ground •* %  (Bnraa Dala>. phone IMS L II I N I %  HALOT8 OnU.ua being acarc* TJ^?f whlch • offer U cent. %  >IWd Harold Proverb. 4 Co l.td mm ^_^ 1l3S-n. GttVAKlSt PIPES A, mi^llarti. IV I',. 7. -•,. 3 A 4 inc •C?i* u ' Tyra C Tral i *WS j fWU* BBUSHM: I,dlHal. ISL!•^5^ 1 !"** ,,^il> • %  nental Plate !V>"> Bruahea. Manicure Bru.hrBru.hea ClWIafa ^ — *aii Bruahea. Tollel j !" AkBiuBum Bruahea. Utility IS 3 SO—r Sf, Bruahaa, Cbrnplei...,, 5j **-*. I*diea and Ge,.._ ^ ani *> Wall Bruahea. *t*L TS? ", rour %  "••tan Hath Tull *i>Co I^d n 3 50t f n -T.J" v f,0 " •• Enqulr* 'twrpany. Trafalrar Slrea* I 3 SOI f n feataT and If you are daiicloill and !-.-, — drop in and !*• i tree ,. .,. ,. MnUldUl Haallnga lu^d Verv plaaamnt and well placed unall (Imbef ht.mtttow with 3 badmnrr-. entloaed CAllerv. uvraj. launge. kltchan. panln ^ml -rvzntr ouanera. Thla property i%  '" %  -i Bondloon and „> %  >. petM "ffe^rd ii well within the cweh tf moe' huvaaaj mxov •< BLA'v.v ,-.,. ,. Armt. and Auctioneer*. 3urvcvr< i'alilationa Building. Phone 4040 18 3 50-lr I.EETON' OK-SRA-Near OI-t( n Ar .'Ifrartivo aaaalda bungalow %  'o aandv haach with exeeller.t hnlhlng '•cihrie. There la a wldf front verandah %  lending the entire frontage 4 bedroom J with Baalnai large lounge with cocktail bagKitchen, garage, aervanl'a ouartart rnqulna* lnvltr.i PI UatM Real EMaae Agenta. Auctnneeaw and Survey on itdlng. Phono 4840 wivrvn HELP S'lT.NOGKAPHCR: Expcrtented Simographar for work In Bait Hours 10 to 4. Apply in poraui o R S NlchoUa i, Co.. 131 4 1S3 Koeou.lSlreel Ill K I ( n ABStri'ANT STOBXKOaPIR ApplU coUona lor the atovo port ahould be f iwarded in writing Bivint: and full delalla of paat eaperience. age and quillflc.itlor*. Apt' PO BM %  -' IS 3 SO—3n KXPBKIENCED STT3NO T\ i lady for Inaurance Depart men I Willi wtrdge • %  ( tvplnff. Api" Iv. M Jonva ar Company IJmiinl u,3 n Ice Hockey Team Held At Prague PRAGUE. March 15. Police authorities were today enquiring into the conduct ot three members of Cztrcnosl*akia's ice hockey learn tokan II police station after an incident in u Prague bar last night. Playreported to %  pressed discontent over the team's withdrawal Cram the Wffid cnampion*hip. and to have "mLsU'h.ivcit. The team was due to fly to London for the World championships on Saturday, but just before their departure, was held back by the i'/i,., vi i :iir.i'iit on the ground that Brltistl visas nad net been granted to two Czech jourr.alists who wished to acinn.pany UaSffl The official Communist news* papSJT Hucie Pravo m .1 lOMg article on the team'.'withdrawal from the London rhnmpmnships said that what had had taught Czechoslovakia profound lesson about UM ist legend of no politics in Bpoti —Reuter. MISCELLANEOUS IfiSlTlON aa M In Hotel c Club ii uy nngllah l.arty. Reply to W A 5 IV, i....... ., i, ...I. | highlv rxpariencdd c/o Adv%  IT 3 58-3n One LIQUOR I.ICENSK BBS Hartal Proverb* a> Co Lunliad. High Sri Ii 3 so-a DtOLin GKNTLKWOMAN Of Indepeivdant maani. leaving Canada owlag to E-ilumge difPcultle* deairoupoat a* %  favvlling companion or companion Apply rdnh Radcliffe, CanadUn Bank Cmmcrce, Chemainua. vancouwar UUnd. U.SSo-Sh. TO BUY: Houar, Bungalou ;.ir. SF^-SII>E, lUmnga. Worthing o' I. Ia\*tence Box 44. c o AdvocB* •a M | M N good conditidh TAMAIUND8, at the Oenoral lloapifcTor llrSO Wnlten offara dating pr*c ^flarad per 100 lb* will be "C"'"^ J* the Sscratary up to SMh March. IBB Tha parm>n whoae offer i. accepted jJ be raQMlred lo have tamarind* pick*! H • own avmm i. I RMl PURCHASER raqulraa Immadlalaiy f*niibed or uiifumahad houae or Bungatcw or good Building Plot on baawh at Haninl* Sl'SwranC. or MwoU_rullc.. p*ttculara. No AganU Box. rate Co I SO--An IM ill H NBrTMW "£2S '*-"'' •*-"**' by <> DUInln oro **' for private Chrlalmaa Card* Iron our Irienda No pravlouj expertenrleceaaary. WriU today for beautiful fr*e S-mple Book to Brluuna largaet aad %  innoai PublUher* hlgheal I tabu, %  r Hutaon Umlled—Agenta ITS S0^al|ZL *" # <-*mplete iih c„e. %  H -^ nmnt M Karnaotra Bporlr '^.^^^ II 3 SOSn ••an 8til!, OU ^ * P^>ne 44BS) %  ". Opponiia Jame. Rt.eei it 3. so ; %  ^ kZ. Ito-fc 'll SlIWI npifeMII. •• '•*. Sl.r,, •m g*- w.. ... ,. | —-T II i •.. i natvilloui moan nwiUiU opovrvumij M, Wllll.mi ft CO Dwl IB Vlclon. U0UOR LICENCE NOTICE THI. BHaBBBaM Bl LaW B JBfpSl %  •**•] „f LMum licanae No. M of IBM *n.nied to Jeiurtta Hall in reepevl of a board and •liingla ahop aikacbed to raaadawc* a. Bank Holl. 8. MSchaal. 'or pamvi-ton to uae -aid I^uor Llaanae building kr Dated tn* lTth day of March io To H A TALMA. Eaq Pouce MaffUtr-e. ^A .^^^ Applw-n N B -Thut -ppboation wlU be co<-"" •nil al a IJcenjing Court to b. •**-• HniKw Cnurt. Dlatrlrt A;. , ^W* Uae nib day of March IBM al U oclk. • m it A TALMA. 7m Cartar Broa Baxter. tw-Hs. ^PI w MkUM a, ^IbJr""Mtn-rk Street nopoail. g^—IS 3 SO1, IS' %  ^ P^f. ^J* tot I>nwnl .1 %  •-ta*. i ton.. M> ^ H.J On ^ — *. Mr r.r.^,. St Jg-jH JSt-lh sv*. II 1 S. In Barbados Turf Club Payment Of Prizes FIFTY (501 CASH. MCON SOLATION. PAHI-MT I STAND SWEEP nd FORECAST will be paid on nnd from MONDAY. 20lh MARCH. UM. beto 12.00 and 3.00 p.m. (1... URDAYS rxieptld. HORSES and SERIALS will be paid on and (rom MONDAY. 2ilh MARCH. 19M. between Ihe l.oun a. above. SATURDAYS 0. A. LEWIS Secretary Novices In The Ring A novices boxing tournament was held at the .Modern High School on Wednesday night under the auspices of the I Amateur Boxing Association. The results were as follow: — 1. Reuben Grirnej, (06 lbs.) outpointed Richaru (96 lbs). 2. Cato Forde (80 lb.) outpointed Denis Mom i lbs). 3. Ken Birch (110 II pointed Joseph Cuttint(108 lbs). 4. Thaddeus Woodroofe 11 r8 lbs.) won by t.k.o. from Arnold Waithe (118 lbs.) .'). Seibert Agard (120) lbs., nut pointed Ltarttr Thompson (120 lbs.). Ii Alfrlrk Nurse (130 lbs.) .vith Martin dill (130 lbs.) 7. Joseph Forde (127 lbs.) v. Harold Lewis (128 lbs.) no %  injured ai-nieniaih. 8. Lisle drew with Deruj King (142 lbs). 150 lbs.) kinxked uiil Moore (150 lbs) in 1st rnUTul. %  %  der Beard and Mr P ItMaftf, Mi ter. refeTe,..mi M. I. \ Lynch master of Crickef Courh R turniitg To U.K. • BaBiMdo* AdVurate Correatiofident I QlOROrfOWM. Mr. A. J. Mclntvie. who lus been on a cricket coaching en:i the Colony is booked to return to the U.K. by the S.S. Amakura towards the end of the month. Mr. Mclntyrc arrived in the Colony on October 29. 1949. He has spent about 5 months In the Colony. Asked about the standard of the Colony's i icket grounds as umpared with those in England, he said the C..V V iTicket M as good, if not better, .n England, except Nottingham which boasts an exceptionally good wicket most of the He also praised tin grounds of the B. G. East Indian ib Bad UM aO.CC. :..t their outfield is a bit on the rough side as compared to many English pounds. iidai'd of cricket in the Colony added Mr. Mclntyre, especially in batting, is fairly hlajtl What the colony needs mostly at the present time, he idded. is a good les spin bowler. At the ( I he did a lot of coaching. Mr. Mclntyre declared there is an abui talent, only to bl -iiveloped. \ ho was aceom. mi wife, is a profession, i attached to the Burn) Club as wicket-keepei-batsman. Amin 1. He n.ade two ""tunes ini IIhe p n H season against Warh„ MmnMllmmA ... ,*u\.~*. Ortiz To Fight Towel JOHANNESBURC;. M^reh 15. Manuel Urli/ deicn.i ins ararld .,*. Boutfa All ii champii.n | %  ,, %  13. In a telephone csi] from HoUy~ wood today Ma>. sentatlve of the Jobs promoting body, lid thai Ortu has signed a contTBCl to fight Towel in tii. OR reed to put his world title nl MakfA This wii! be the first Worid championship fight South Africa with %  South African as a conu* Ortiz was offered £10,000. bj the promoters U —Reuter. Dope Hans Disquiilijint PARIS M • I 1 fin pace 1 :u:h." HI Truman said th letters would furnish Him of material for an %  tton otl ..no ot the most s periods in Americas Ju .1 message, Truman said: h-i.iis of the period rlbutfsd their papers to that many oUMtl will come for: add their papers to this b) order that we may means for a fuller uiiUttg of these years. %  ild where millions are lir the horrors of Comrtura and terror this acre taking is indication of the faith of demo. truth. mwust or totaliUrian Dn WOUld BataW r abonously writish of the trusted and d dogmas of a few unprincipled rulers. • Itvaj in foil aecaai to knowledge, for tiM stienKtli 04 %  ton Pearl Harboui t mtx-r 5, 1941—RooseWt %  lail v.. liad in the 1940 1 1 Election, to make I tour of New Zealand and H a While House ReTo Wllkie he wrote: 1 think both of us should be cxtretnelv 1 )roil tlo go, lest it bl i .1111 svildil.,, jtnt out "iintry. "The situation is dejimtely sekd there nuglit be an h at any moment it the Japanese continue th*ir fortress against the Phil' h Indies or Ma%  lumu. naott .. • %  the I. Roo tha Wllkie Setter: ktod f'liday mornthts vile attack %  UM trip. A letter from itie Casablanca 1943. told 1 "As for Mr. Churchill If, I need nut make a perfectly team in harness and out, and. incidentally, we had lotof fun together as we always do. It took one and a half years t latalogue the 5.000,000 letters. Rubber Shares Move Higher •N. March 17. h domestic issues leld m check bv political uncer. result of B* ent "razor edge" Election, m"rcst in London Stock I conilned 10 itocks. Rubber shares were in demand. ind moved highei in market. ,nd there was good and inquir> res Most issue* in bo.n sections were wanted, ami BBMBMI the week on a strong note. 1 were giving ention to foreign Imnds and raiir. German loans showed useful gains, while am. was marked firmness In Manila A and B debentures. Domestic issues were neglected [OWtr. Fractional dtps shown bv the British %  nl funds, and there were %  Mux* (alls of ,i few |encc in industrials. Trading in these issues was expected to remain small in H| weeks whilst awaiting UaUad Kingdom Budget Day. Short term bulls were unloading n Kaffir market. Prices eased after an initial firmness,, following Union's "no change" Budget. So MSB*. ?'v -t.it.is. however, were firm on a good borehole naall —Beater. RUGBY RESULTS IAXNDCXN. March IS Itraulta of rugby union pmra teeter ..iy Worth Mtdtaaata I. Tha Army %  itie>. |0S| Navy auruaneartrai Collago • \moutn Albion . Ialingbuiai Aiadr%  cala 0. oxford Unlvvraltv 0; Royal AH 1 tea IL Civil Sarvkrc S, /beetillerv 3. t.eath S (tie): tC.P.) SHIPPING NOTICES Having threo Baokootrat, buut In Cuoboarda. and all convanlancoa CndiUon aa naw. with immediate poneMian. CI.no or fully lurnlahed CJ.1O0 I'lirrhaaaa pays Stamp duB> rU' Mortftagej arranged. r'er further partrculara apply, ll.irduuod Alley, S am till 13 or Phone 4883. ii/ler hours 0402 Ihe Scrkoonar '-Tirnotn* A H VanaluytRian" will accept Cargo aid Paaeengrruilliag f*turda>. 10th Marrh TheSchooner lihlnvar *V" will acoept Cargo and r-aaaengeni for Grenada, aalllng Saturday. ISth Marcb Tha M V. Daerw.xHi iccepl Cargo aitd l^aaenaara !*•• %  L Vincent. St laieta. -r*io Aruba. data al aalllng .H i< BrrBB Tha sjchooner Wonde, 1 -lit -.-aevt 0 .. Saturday ISth March B W.I ^OIOONEK owNna* ASSOCIATION ItJCC 1 MOMBKAI Al STBA.UA Nl /I IUMI 1 1\| I IMM I Ii 'MA N Z. UNI. M V "KAIPAK1I* due I., -r Irimdad Iron, AuatnUlan porU a ** DBVON" U -cheduiad to ui Nieibnurna March lh. Sydney Marci lbi-l>ane March llat. arrtvtn, ; 1'iidad April 27th s CITY •U1KPPB?unla Adelaide i .1 tih. Melbourne April rath. Aydne • am. Brisbane May I3t' : lam a,,., rrtoao veaaola have ample >p*re lor 1 filled hard froten and ganCargo arcrplad to through bill* ,>f 1.an*' with tranahipanani nl Trinidad N 1 linddi (luiana. Barbado-. Windward > l-landa %  further paruculara BBB4) lanXIKTA A I Aganla; Itarbadoe W1T1IY St CO. LTD Agenta Trinldnd. HARRISON LINE OUTWARD 1'KOM THI UNITED KINGDOM S.S. "ATLANTIAN" S.S. "COMEDIAN" SS STATESMAN" S.S. "MEGNA" S.S. OREliuN STAB" lavcrpool Londoo (llasgow I'.nduii Untpool Leaves 8lh Mar. Hlh Mar. 24th Mar. 2Sth Mar 28th Mar. Doe laarbaJaa 2Srd Mar. 3rd Mar. 71h Apr. loth Apr. nih Apr HOMEWARD FOR UNITED S.S. "TEMI'l.E AI1CH" Far I.. .1..1..11 KIM.IIOM. Claaaa la B. For further particulars apply to DA COSTA & CO.. LTC -Agent*. W McOCL Shumuhip Co. r^* One. f'ANAIHA*. -I Uti I HBBM *l -hip S ALC sailing every !* %  Marrh ?->ut HK;H TYME" WHY NOT SEE THEM NSW KIM BEBVKP Mall* Bra ..... April Tin March ITU. NSW OBI I AN1 SBBVICB Mil. 1. Iiarb.ae* Mat.h 31th Irahini and 94 baUmen behind thI'ulilir Suiire*-Contd NOTICE l-MII-ll OF st I t" Tr**lara ut, all be received b> the under.ignad up to Monday SBb March tM fat 1 Conveyance of Pauper*. I Burial of I'aupera rorma of tender may be ol> U. -a*-l "TfW^TON. Clerk. Board -1 Guardian.. St I I IT t Harkados (Irrks' tnits illnod that the horse Son IVl Kils. which second, HIS given th. 1..,. The I'rix de Paris Wl Vincences on %  < Trainer Francois Tom denied all knowledge of the doping, was fined £15, and his training licence suspended until Jun I Mb. Although tests have not been made regulailv fur ,r < If the first time th-t horse has been diMltl doping In France (Realrr I MAIL NOTICE I Ordinary Mail AGENDA: The Annual Oaneral MeelmB of he %Ulvh )f(t %  T.un will be bald at IP m HSDAV 13rd Mal.h 1H* in ^^^^ — V M C A Ifcll j To irceive the Report i.I the fa%  roirvmltwa. lot l*a- 3 TO receive and adopt the SnencWl fUletnent for the year ending SBU1 rabruary 1SSO. which may ba. area on apolfcaUon ta the General Serro. ISSuon o* 04JWer.. mambara of the Kaacuuve Comaaittee. a Troatee and I. To ronaidei nolirea ol n>aUofUl aad Queauona in accordance wiih Rule S will |. Genaral Po.1 Office eg M.. ttag ANNOUNCEMENT SOtO HUM. HI* ... liral Anuual Hair M\le MIH V Ham-*tin ;nd of Charity) DULIi HALL. (.AKKISUN 1 LUDA1 M 11 Mki 1'50 ,.t 8 14 I nil particulars later Krrp dale open KEEP THIS DATE OPEN .11 M; aih LOYAL lilliillllllS OF dTHE STARS ANNUAL CARNIVAL AT QUEENS PARK >1C*JA KOAMKR 1 "AtrriA HtTNNSK8 8 ALCOA RANGER Naw 0*1— %  Hap ii SB 1 .'b Una] Match Btb Apply: DA COSTA a CO.. 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yjUBPAV. MARCH 18. 1S.-.0 \aliean Protests Expulsion Of Papal Secretary Fiam '"'• —e the imminent wholesale *!?„ by 1 Commur • Etta* pn""n""' 11 •"' |SS Maitrn Europe Thiv JJS wouW probably p.the %  *rjT by the Communists allaitMiulalon ol Monsignor ii OtUva, Charge D'AIJ^of the Papal Nunclalure in 'flJVaUcan is to make a stronn Jji to the Cttehoslovak GovJTw against Monsignor I> STflrpuhnon. oesenbed by the KL circlea as "an unheard"SBM. witboul prerlK %  ,£!< of diplomacy. Aexpulsion of Monsignor De .LTtovM the church in CJechoSJJM, without any direct conSt'ith Rome. Vatican Radio -iiid 'TV Chechoslovakia Charga irllilres at the Holy See. Dr llya i* old Peuter to-day he did not. ELi* *< h r •s wou|d "< %  rr JM following Monsignor De RJrt eipulsion and the threatin'camplete break of diplomati. CJaT between the Vatican C Clechoslo vak li am awailC vtmctions from Prague." he "Willie The Bandit" Did Not Turn Up %  j&T SUCCESS. March 17. Amed police squads sur-fttdrxl '.he building which I^H the United Nations to-day 0B t report that a notorious Baaai named "WilUe the Actor" MM !o capture the payroll ^geSperry Corporation, owners FaV Uuloinn •Willie'", believed to have cavort a recant $64,000 New bank robbery, failed to ijppesr TM Sperry Company which MPjKtums bomb sights, pwtop es and radar equipment, hupes two thirds of the buildIt Th* United Nations occult* rest —Reuter. BARBADOS ADVOCATE OPEM.NO OF PARLIAMENT P\C.E THREE THE CARTOONIST MAS A TffMPCRATURE ft All Depends On The Sausage UONDON. March 17. Britain to-da> was promised a It variety in her still austere diet by Mr. Maurice Webb at became Food Minister after ktCeneral Elections last month. Ir. Webb who was Chairman of BiUbour Party before becoming Hnnter. warned however thnt t was no prospect of an early lo food rationing and controls. its first press conference. Webb %  d much laughter when he ; "If I can last long enough cannot produce a better sausKthan the one now available I ifeel I have failed in my job." It ted bean ashed whether I was any prospect of improv_ tuber the contents of the %  time breadcrumb Ailed sausH-teuler. CANADA WILL TRAIN 250 N.A.P. OFFICERS U.S. Evacuate Red China OTTAWA. March 17. inn '-ANA has "fl*"* 1 l0 >"". >50 army offlo 100 Air Force officers irom Atlantic P.itt counlfl Brooke Claxton. Minister of National Defence, announced in Parliament here to-day. Nigerian Acquitted ACCRA. GOU) COAST. March IT. Nigerian, Loggart Waden. ttt with the murder ol %  aunt Cominuiiucr Philip Chatwin. was acquitby the aasiies at Sekoiidi Caitwin. a pilot in the maniK' Na of the Gold Coast railways "March 1946. was found ** death at Takoradi "i December 8. The di farce thai the Nigerian w;., •Mb; Chatwin in a light %  aotd him in self-defence. —Reuter. 'Factory Guards' Under Training VIENNA. Um Reliable l'arli..mt-mjry sources tUday confirmed pre?>s reports here that "factory guards" from Blissian controlled Usia factories the Urgenla are carrying out paramilitary exert]-, end on the grounds formerly used for German army manoeuvres. These reports say young men of the Usia concerns are forced to Join mc factory guarcu given sport training" v paramilitary training; which was given to the labour lw. the Nazis. LiMe had been htai I of tlivae 'factory guard) cording to usually reliable source-, their recruiting and training has begun again on a . li[C P U!*l Annouiicuig tfii, thxptdlttCH imtly's ir..*. 'lie 11 nr iin up good health, and v > maidnf scientific observitio' .-. |ej %  i 1 Me mouth %  He said "the m Communist >t mvuMc n ..... %  %  %  passage on the ., Kniier operation mas be worked out bj which Canadian person%  do traim:.' B similar MEXICAN STRIKE MEXICO CITY. M Ncatfa i.aoo u-iephon*. and lei graphic workers have returned to work ban aftar i 16-day strike. They won a ten per cent wage in; II.IT —Reuter. Mr. Claxlun :id N and Portugal. the defe;.. i Claxton said Caia spend M2S ouid t %  1 %  the plan '. %  1 ''uiada for trainMi; 'Reuter.) a r***4"-t* >-*••• \^-**-. .^ ^ fa&'Uf(i£.. v Specially designed for Barbados, this Black Pater t Oxford is now on show in leading stores. See them r yourself. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right Caribbean Conditions Under Study ioner the I %  Trujillo eon %  %  %  %  wtatcti it understood to be critical of the Donunlean Republic. Cuba and sde public %  %  %  %  the tioubled Cat i n in tune on April 3. ITALY WINS A BATTLE Trygve Lie Gets A Memorandum .larch II ...i. an IUU...I. l-uainesini.iii arrlvad hara laalw awraatfum w Mr Had Nation* SICretary General, urging; the uiu'v and Indapendaooa <>t Eritrea. mono Cot%  lomsts in Peccfaj pieaantttd "ii behalf oi the £>-.up which strongly tippoM-d any partiLioii or any affliction. i-epreaen; I i! the population and Includes the Moslem League. I.tbel Progp Asjtwiation of War Association of It*i<1 l ile/.di El Eaum want Indepen%  : territorial Intefliti i r.si'iit boundarie* Eritrea, at %  opla or to the %  lesdoi i countries. Two Poets Write Some Poems By U.LUAM BOSg < AaaaUan Prtw staff Writer LONl>< Have dtacwered that i au alinmt poem Though %  nllar in word, luigth and metre, critic* UBtfOJ miss any suggeation of plagiarism Saant -\ugustane at M/ wrrtten b> Clifford Dyment. emlDent British poet, was publiahed m 1943 in The St Martin Review. rfoo. Victoria SackviUe-We*! I wrote a poem published last year ( in the Poetry ReVteW under the title "The Novice to Her Lover' %  he say* it wa> inter tune before—eon* time in !t43 or early IMS "H was suggestc. to me by an eesay I was writin about St. Thereae of 1 put the poem away %  Galloway Kyle, founder of thi Poetry Society, which pubhstieThe Poeirv RavWw, the coincidence lo both poets re cetvlni the same toaparartiou, per haps a "welUng up of the nubeonacious mind Plaginnsn with Boats t ach eminenc %  i unthinkable / rse by Dyment rum.. I HO da %  M> rfM>luU4 amtn urtir Whjn. lurawc eaak. i look i*i> uu I i-ould lawmiN you .Mi I 1*9 HIMII IM from >.i uL -?• I m.i-tH. \ of IM iitflM 1 rww mn rU-quaM WMI 1. HI *„, 1 wk rtiinimn.i in ihw ku of MOIU%  llui vuu. itm .xw rth and your incut HI 1944 complimenting ho Mam, not recognizm,-. r as similar to tier own Laf November she picked up an .-di tion ol hM poeaafl vUoh contame. I <>ne and "read wRi some astonishment I pi i idaMlt,.. -n "t )n> own %  kviUe-WestV UT.> rauai '" %  Id n( im. noi> paiaw* lUCNI f*U 11 ... to cn*wt wiwn. Uu-nws back. 1 ktas 1 u v 1M .IM*. t i -y a l Al-I "M. I1..11 >u . fivm %  #*-.(, LIJT tUjhi Inu< OHm.Wt. itrquiracpi-.<".,," UMI tuat-.i %  OlUl irour 11' I >l: The luxury of it.. The economy of it.. ?$^ The long-wearing beauty of it. "i in 1 ilaaa c %  ki 'Cetooen' provei that baauty coo ba practical! ChooM It with > thrill Weir It wkh prMta. Waah It vaNB) a iwi.h throwfh the mdi. Reioica in KI long-laMing baawta* You'll find this eftotmite Lin|ana in 'Cclineta' Crope-eaV Chlot. 'Calanasa' Satin and 'CeianeM Celihung'. Every lovely thing about it says MM CtUm. f l a in 1~J. an it, Pnfmtui n in, Jr.* Mmh Dv < a.s|iiii Has OMMMHMMMI Plan ROME, March 17 I %  D,' OffespeTl >< id l %  %  ergai ^ideration" a £!H10.000.i>i< I ricultural south area. De O iiap a i 11 'iirliarnent n BHI which would immerli'! 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PAUfc OUK BARBADOS AUV0CA1L SATL'KI> BARBADOS M A1)\'0CATE f.._..._T. D'TV .., *; m-*. -: S.it.iHiv. March 18. INI I iihap|K Marathon :s more I every housewife was compi lied to pay 6 cents more for every gallon of kerosene oil used. These are only two instance! which can be quoted as reminders that the cost of living is continuing to rise. For several weeks now there has been a gradual rise in the prices of essentials. Tlie price of eggs has been increased because the published schedule allowed an advance-on the imported Canadian product and "because of the increase in the price of poultry feed, corn and oats. The scheduled price of $3.87 for balanced animal feed has been advanced to $4.23 per bag of 75 lbs. and this foreshadows an increase in the price of meat and poultry. Tinned salmon, butter, cheese and corn meal have all been increased in price. And the disadvantage cf having the price of animal and poultry feed increased tends to bring about a demand for higher prices for meat, milk and poultry. These advances in the price were perhaps necessitated by the increase in the freight rates by steamship and there is no knowing what effect the increased air rates which have been decided by BOA C and which come into operation next week will far*e on an already difficult situation. After a week's meeting the Devaluation Conference held in this island to consider the economic problems of the region in the light of revaluation of sterling released a handout which states that the Conference Report is being submitted to the Governors of the region. That report slates that the "Conference recognised that though the revaluation of sterling could not be viewed in isolation from other major economic influences, it had thrown into relief, some of the region's most difficult economic problems and the conf< : recommended to Governors that these should be reviewed from time to time on regional basis The people of this island do not need a conference of West India officials to tell them that the cost of living li creased. They must know it. The> i suffer from it. What u> needed is some genuine attempt to peg the cost of living, Jt is DO attempt to face the uncit | problem when a conference after a long sitting tells the community that they "reH ed the field of economic problems . against the background not only oi special conditions in the region but also of economic trends In the sterling area and In UM world." a Wett Indian unit which can effectively deal with i irtsj as a whole. Each unit has to deob ctlon. And Barbados mu.t face its own problem at om-4*. However, Mcessary it may be (or the Colonial Office to revu w the Dfol ot the area u e whole, H is all tha more necessary for local West India meets to eel about settling thi of living problems singly, It is well that the report will l>e submitted tO the Governors of tin region. It is the Governors who will in their constitutional responsibility to Islam be responsible for underlining the priority that must be given to a pi." halt to a cost of living which daily gtridt ahead. Political progress costs money It is futile to inspire people to pi politically unless basic standards of living allow them to think without onjudfa bitterness. If the rise in the cost of living I ed to continue, the future of the Weal Indies will be stagnation, not federation, because capital will have bean fr i g h t en ed away. Only a satisfied majority of workera will provide the '•' necessities for sound political life. At present, wages chase prices in an unhappy marathon. $c*if?nct? And Agriculture* Unification Of Public Services Report-^ HT < I StWCte. Ilirrrlor Of AgrirultHrr veil finished Analysis of fodder sarnung pigs were sold to pcakai'ts pin from Perennial fodder crop ers were i-xpc-i... as Pins -vs begun S*.'V > si and most widely disStud service* paid for at tb cral moisture determinations rainfall returns or a total of 217 for the month d from 41 stations, uic rt wrage total ia. llol;i ll Kill la UM month was 2 UH m -ponding figure fur l4tf was I OJ inches, and the average usry for the past lOu %  as 2.09 inches. these samples Further % reaping of fodder; n tnr Perennial fodder trial at the Sugar Cane Pine was made. The second cutPolUng of sdl ngs was conting of Merker, Uganda and tinued during the month. Dy tin. Guatemala grasses at two feet end of the month of a tola' of high was made. The highest total fall fur Februapproximately 20,000 seedlings ary, 1950 was 3.M inches recorded had oeen potted and put out in station In the parish of St the cisterns. One Thomas, and the lowest was 1.20 Inches registered at a station u. the parish of St. Michael ii vesting of the BUfBJ cane crop was continued during tltc month. According to report.. tin. yields of cane per acre .no Sugar Cane hundred and twenty-one Tea first Year Seedling TriaU sample bundles of cane have been were cut at the end of Januaiy milled, and juice extracted, for and etrly February. Porty-t drcuaostsnoaa, be %  ri to continue. In the preceding paragraph we have given an, "f difficulty that besets any common basic salaries fGf %  nil % % %  Six samples of sugar and molasses were examined during the month. Determinations were also made on samples of molasses for export to the U.S.A. Visits were paid to the Government Factory, Lancaster, in Distribution of the egg parasite connection with pottery mainteing P* 1 "' 0 -' Trichoyramma commenced during nance and development work. the third week in February. DurNinety samples were received nig the month a total of 37.64b.40O for examination during the month moth borer egg parasites Wtfi They comprise: bred, ol which 32,940.600 wer-.Samples of milk, submitted available for distribution. by the Commissioner of Polict So far, planters have responded and Commissioners of Health under the Food and Drugs Art Samples of cocoa essence. rum, tea. kerosene and gasol en e by Customs authorili Hydrometers were submitted for calibration. Samples of canned foodstuffs for classification. of the cotton crop has been pleted, and some owners and occupiers in the parish of St. Philip have begun to clean up the cotton fields although the growing has been extended for one month VST) httle defoliating worm hsa been observed during the growing md it Is hoped that the 4 ;lupSft will materially %  the Meld from the second S„ „l„k bol. worm hu v -' ^nTSfi 'STw distribution. Stocks of the moth borer larval parasite, the fly Lixopliaoa, were maintained in the laboratory and .surplus files liberated in younj elds. The annual factory yard counts FIHKI Oops The leaping ol Lisbon JTSJU > .1 protnptiy< at the bo %  mains; ol ttaa month, Good yields lortod In the signal nunof bored joints in plant canes taken flcti M well a.s in St at random from different estates J-nilip. In othet parts of the v. as started this month. Hored cane counts and Incidence part, very disappointing. Good of rind hardness were carried out obtained, at Codnngton in 2nd year Cane i-et potatoes and cassava Breeding Station trials, and the VM n also available. :,, ~ obtained are being taouSiiK.ir (,me t£2r '-'-"-' TK1NlDA D MA.. I S HED LABEL HFf'B LsuaUy 26c. %,{ thai Cane juices and feeding stuff? Laundry soaps submitted by their manufacturers. Mcfr*ai> UUeai.e Owners and occupiers of land are reminded that the first inspection of the young crop should Counts of moth borer egg deposilakt place during the month oi -.00 and parasitism have been April. The necessary forms of reu grind! ned for this year on u twice lurn 'or this inspection can be aakb count basil in the Entoobtained mologlcal plots at Codrlngton. Koot Borer of Sugar Cane Field investigations on this pest were carried out. Cabhuge And Cauliflower Defoliators During Febiuao. 1.127 I'imi monustc puparia were collected In and used in the laborator' for rearing the pupal parasite uons gut undarway at the sugar %  fairly satisfactory. The younx plant canal continued to make t;ood JJI Cotton Picking conUnued during tl.i sxcapt m i few I %  not up to itaa (•roundnuls oalng ol grown peasants' plots has now been com_ pleted. Mainly as a result of tne %* r ''" ,alua This work yielded good rtelds obtained and tne -'; S50 parasUes. the_ majority of application to th< Department of Agriculture. nrrvHN or IMPORTED PLANTING MATKH1AL By the DcpctlriMnl ol ScMnc* and Airlcullun%  00 lb Raaii vrd from US A. IS lb UMI 6 lb. Cabbu* .J (torn U.S.A. M lb Carrot 10 lb. Lattur 1 lb. Hr-lr> ', lb H*i.-h v, lbTurnip I 6 Department. 11 to tins eroi %  ing season. i r.. t ropa %  %  in tha iiuirket durini :' i 1'o.ts und DiM'uses li preuil inetdta i t rot m cabbage has tli UII; 11 no Active maasures ITS bslng undaruutan (<• i'i< .' HI ti' taja iv.is.mi Livsstock 'I'll.' U] ai wall %  i hs %  *><< n I | throughout tfes month. I xtrnsioii Work rigrtcultural lnstitictors visited 426 peasant holdings and 14 school ga i Tluity-threo mango trees wars top-worked. lishtr..-. During the month a sum vhich were liberated; this brings the total of these laborator., reared parasites to 76,290. No neid W8^ was repaid on loans, recoveries of thU parasite SH ^& ^ iSfS^^^JSS D made. Coconut Scale Control itnsdUCSd predator AtyQ tHalfansj was found to mnuaaaia %  %  .:eas on thi Inward coast during search* date to $41,779.01. Interest collected during the month amounted to $11.58, making •< total of $505.42 collected to date A sum ot $38.00 was Issued in loans to fishermen making a tola! of $83,153.16 issued to date. A new Instrument, the Bendix irriad out for native parasites of Depth Recorder, was installed %  odious have so vestigathe Experimental Boat during thmoiith and. as a result, the charting of banks has been started Investigational work with the plankton indicator is being continued and further experimental methods for the capture of fish are being tried. The weather was somewhat "--B wSU-T^SBB Irrigation the provisions of the receive assistance srlth tha In I il> UUon ol now irrigation unit> si well as with improvements *.i> existing units. Crop Husbandry Appropriate seasonal operation*. including the reaping of canes and yams, wencantos out .it tO StaUona during tha month. I.i\ostoi-k There was a total of 11 st the Us St.ii., comprised cattlS) goats, ihtap and equinaa. Six hundred and forty-ooa gallons fly pest Ale is. No Datural control! found I In in :r.11 So.K Further work In the n tun of phosphate content and mor e" favourable during th 1 ho ", P Jl alC nxaU,m hai oeen month and manv more boats, es carried on pecially those on Ihe east coast. Mechanical analysis of soil were able to put to sea. samples taken at the Pine was A total of 21.570 lb. of fish was can-ied out, and this completes the recorded as marketed at r) work attached to this Bridgetown Fish Market Returns irtth tha as osp tt o n of from the rual market sheds toplutfphate estimations. A report is tailed 15.259 lb. being prepared. Revision of the method ot use E\U*r illM'latuI 4 ll4ll of the Collins Calclmeter m the .__jn with view to standardization ind greater accuracy in obtamine; Samples of maize from fodder triaU at Codrlngton snd Pine were \\ hat'sOnToday Vian luring. Culble H.' .!• p.m. toolball. 1 KFOKIIUIO*, 5 WW Spinuin* Plant During the month the rate of production had to be reduced owing to a shortage of both spool* and cones on which the yarn is normally wound; this provided an opportunity for cleaning the machines. Adjustments were also carefully checked and. where necessary, corrected. Production during the month was 731 lb. of 24's count yarn Smsll quantities of 24's count ind two-ply 30's count yarns were supplied to the West Indian Knitting Mills, of Bridgetown Barbados. Ml II Ht A lit IIS SAY %  we have pointed out in paragraph 85. to the holders i f posts in the latter category. The relativity pi such scales both to scales of salary for posts in con-scheduled posts In unified services Is therefore a factor which we could not possibly ignore. ALL COLONIES Consequently, for the proper discharge of our task, we should need to review the salary scales of all die posts in the public services m all the colonies. and make recommendations with regard to their revi.*ion and to the cognata matter of additions by way of cost-of-livtng allowances and the incorporation of such additions in salaries. It is. however, abundantly clear from our terms of reference that our functions are not those of a full-scale Salaries Commission. Even were there any room for doubt on this point, ft would be dispelled by the fact already mentioned that independent Salaries Commissions are Investigating or have recently investigated salaries and other conditions of service in no fewer than four of the Colonies with which we are concerned, namely. Barbados. British Guiana, Jamaica, and Trinidad & Tobago. In this connection, we desire to call attention to the difficulty which would have resulted had the circumstances admitted of our formulatng the scheme that was expected of us. It might well have proved a source of embarrassment to the Governments of the colonies which have set up separate Salaries Commissions to be presented with two sets of recommendations, the one rlsallng with aalsrtaa of all posts in the pubiuaorvices, and the other with the salaries of certain scheduled posts in unified services only. Some of these local Commissions have proposed the consolidation of salaries with cost-of-living allowances. while we should be aiming at basic salaries with additional allowances calculated not on the cost of living in a particular colony but on the relative costs of living in the several colonies. The two sets of recommendations would therefore have bean mutually irreconcilable. i M i i n; M OBAJJBBJ Inasmuch as we have failed to formulate %  of uniform grades and common basic sa);u i need not devote much space to the question o( meeting differences in conditions and costs of living in the various colonies by varying local allowinces. It is. however, pertinent to observe that there inpear to be no economic data on which to determine with anything approaching precision the relative costs of living in the several territories. One does not need to be an economist to realise that the cost of living is higher In Jamaica than in St. Kitts. but this knowledge does not enable one to prescribe •he appropriate percentage additions to basic salines in Jamaica and St. Kitts respectf/ely. More-. DVOr, 'he co-existence In the Caribbean region of] 8ys*ems of basic salaries with cost-of-living addi-j tions and systems of consolidated salaries would ruta out any schemes of varying local allowances' to meet varying costs of living. A necessary prej requisite to any such scheme would be uniformity In 1 this matter. i i But our inability to apply the Secretary of State's. proposals'In these matters does not, in our view, %  trikO ;it the root of the principle of unlhostton %  I'.V of grading and of basic salaries would facilitate hiternl transfers from on. nt-r. hul experience shows that the absence of -uch uniformity is no iMUparsblO barrier to unification. In the Colonial Unload Services, grading* nf posts, salaries, and other conditions of service vary greatly as between colonies In difTcrvn"f the Empire, but though it is no doubt sa till posts in some colonies than in others, it cannot i that the Unified service H.>\>' broken dowr for lack of uniformity In conditions of service. Similarly, we anticipate that transferability between : HM In the Caribbean urea will be in no way impeded by salary differences. Indeed, such differbran DtrabOity, since we contemplate that transfers will not as a rule be ordered without some compensating advantage to car to bo transferred. There is also the conation that although, HS we have said, uniformity %  ilnries would certainly facilitate I such transfers would in any (SW, Lateral transfers are a normal event in a of a central or federal service because they can be arranged to meet some particular requirement of policy. In the case of a unified which is centralised only in respect of matters nf personnel, there WOUKI be uo single policy to which they could be related, and the Public Service Commission, having no control over the scope of the %  in the various colonies, would find it difficult to say whether or not any particular lateral transfer would be desirable. SOT PRACTICABLE Our view is, therefore, that the introduction of a system of uniform grading of posts and of common basic salaries is neither practicable nor a sine qua non of the uiiiilc ition of any public service. It is to %  poctsd that the reports of the four Salaries Cornmtssloril to which WO have referred will, while ironing out any existing anomalies and inequalities within a colony, not dispose of the present diversity as between one colony and another in the salaries attaching to the posts which we recommend for unification. Iit' -iinllnin*! KITCHEN NEEDS!! -y—^ select from l/,; s '11,1 6 wide ranoe Stipes-' WOOD AND COAL STOVES—Nos. 6. 7 awt OIL STOVES COAL Port PRESSURE COOKERS SAUCEPANS—Iron, Enamel and Aluminum DOUBLE BOILERS NEGRO POTS—2. 3, and 4 gallon DANISH POTS—1. 2, and 3 gallon FRY PANS—U" and 12" and FRENCH FRIERS COFFEE MILLS—Nos. 2 and 3 MEAT MINCERS—Nos. 1, 2, and 3 TINNED AND ALUMINUM KITCHEN WARE BOX IRONS ETC.. ETC, nWILKINSON & HAYNKS CO., LTD, Sutcssm, C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. Phones : 4672, 1487 ijizmjimc *an STOCK UP EARLY!! RED KIDNEY BEANS—per lb CORNMEAL—per lb TABLE BUTTER—5-lb. llnj SOUTH AFRICAN GRAPES per tin MACKEREL MAXAM BEEF SAUSAGES CRUSHED PINEAPPLE SWIFTS MUTTON & PEAS SWIFTS BEEF 4 VEGETABLES DANISH CHICKEN BROTH BOYARDU SPAGHETTI DINNER ; DUTCH APPLE SAUCE , 1 &f S IA AM II II MOTT A 10.. LTD. JUST RECEIVED BIRKMYRE CANVAS ONE PIECE BIRKMYRE GREEN CANVAS 72 ins. wide *T $5.16 |,ER VABB &f SECURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS N0 FROM DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. To Th* Editor. The Advocate, SIR,The uiuishtly ami large and small piles ol garbage which line the roadt leadm* to Bridgetown are no credit to Barbados They oflc.,1 both sight and smell, attract tiles and are losanltury Could it not be made BOD ry for .very householder i .i foatbln cornplsts with lid snd handles" The content* could u tijjjH'd ml lorries Instead S rimitivr method of a man lovellim; up the refuse. I think S reform is badly needed. Ya* another en: not folding stalls for the fruit and vegetable market near the bus station? The vendors spread Htsii goods on the groun I wise a very insanitary method I shudder to think of the germs that must find their way there Barbados is such a charming place it would be worth while to make it more to. A VISITOR Seaman'* P$alm Editor. Th Ail to publish the following: "A Seaman's version of the 23rd P=al:i M;ik Harbados Mill More Charming unttcn by C'apt. 1 Hani Infl at sea during Worlc Wsi II I commend 11 rssstsfl "The Lord is my Pilot. 1 shall Ml drift Hs UsjhtStfc : the dark waters • p etasjukssi i .tli DM III US deep channels H, 4 liolini. 'i : .iread no danger: for Thou ait % %  and Thy ...: "Thou prepare*! a harbour %  in the Homeland of Thou anolntesi i with oil. my ship ridc-th calmly." shall favour me In Utc take, and I will rest Is of my God forever." ALBERT A MAYS loo", BMCBj Rock. House of Ass*!' D. D Garner, icconde • % %  W. A. Crawford, observed the of Introducing Negro i the curriculum of our ... hoosi The suggestion will. I know, be met with a nod of approval by the deep-thinking Negro; but more • %  %  I. %  al i necessary If the race Is to reach the heights it might well BOUt recently anxious to come by some data on the h.imc subject. His was the honour of delivering a talk Una West Indian during "Negro History ; his country k. he knows there are no histories or books of reference B so he wanted to know if I could appoint myself as his special agent and hefp in the matter. I need not point out that this was no easy task. Even in this dSJ when unselfishness is preached. e in pos: such material. I was told. gu.ii However, thanks to the co-operation of a rited g< '.ime inInk of the long hours of %  until my lingers ware sore! If Negro History were recognised and taught in schools, much of my research work would have been unnecessary. Since Emancipation the Negro race has atrived and has produced men and women of whom we are proud. Among the numerous cases of successful Negroes, let us take the solitary case of Dr. George Washington Carver of the United States of America. Famous for making some 200 product* from the humble peanut, his motto was "Qsttllll all there is from the little you have." ry (the date, is not known) without a surname of his own r part of the popu 'and and for that reason should not be subM ould do well to stay his hand and avoid being pulled into a vortex uc %  awares. For time immemorial the Saturday after Good Friday is always one of the keenest shopping days in preparation for the Eastertide—In a variety of ways, and it is In this aspect particularly, that absolute consideration must be given the poor unfortunate housewives who, through circumstances are otdj too glad of that day to do %  IsstSff Shopping. Some in>r souls can he seen making their im.tl rounds even at %  ,wth Ihe obtain the many little necessities that contribute in making happy, all those who look hands for some of the little things that bring cheer in UM hocas so that Easlerday may be a pleasant one for the cluMren. the husband, the friend. Indeed, making Saturday after Good Friday a Bank Holiday serves no useful purpose other than giving pleasure to a few. It will eventually mean the closing res. Drugstores, Shops, the market and all other places of business. Imagine Bridgetown being closed for more than half a week. Let the Saturday a tier Good Friday remain as It is and ever wasa free open day to the people of Barbados. BONA FID*. \v i; i r o Ji t TO TIIK MV.X Ol I.S. V%VY THE FINEST SPOT IN lH '" C1TY TO SPEND A C0l pl t OF HAPP\ HOURS o Goddard's Restaurant,


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|“STOP LEOPOLD® STRIKE IN BELGIUM.
| Attlee Plans | =. =< cues Covernment Faces Crisis

ammeeaatian an 3 BRUSSELS, March 17
LGHTNING strikes and warning of a Government crisis
Roosevelt ag Poon = ag to-day over the moves for the return of
Kin pold, :
Sta t d Th orime Minister Gaston Eyskens, back from two-day
rte e iaiks with Leopold in Switzerland, hinted this merning that
the Liberals might resign from his present Catholie-Lib- | —

Atom Age eral Coalition. +

Asked when Parliament would,Mons and at Charleroi even

| To Restrict
reign Diplomats
In London

t LONDON, March 17.

‘ pee eEIsRes Clement Attlee’s Labour Cabinet will!
B= decide soon whether “to “cage” Soviet and other ircn|
eurtain diplomats here within a 30 mile radius of Lond: 2.



NEW YORK, Mar. 17 meet to vote on_ repeal of the | technical college sturlents took i

A letter written by the late] Regency law provisionally exiling /Part. — s . i

President Franklin Roosevelt set} the King, he sald: “To call Par-|— Bi-lingual Brussels has not so f

n moti efforts that led io the} liament one must have a Gov-|far been affected by the strikes. 9)
covery of the atom bomb. This} ernment”. The Liberals, vital] Nor are the strikes expected to
is revealed to-day when about] pro-Government minority in the;sPread to the northern Flemish
85 per cent of the 5,000,000 letters,| predominantly Catholic Parlia-|Speaking region of the country
writter or received by Roosevelt} ment, have been divided over the where 72 per cent of the popuia-





in reprisal for Kremlin restrictions on Envoys in Moses, juring his whole political career] Royal question, tion voted in favour of the King’s fi
a ie ‘ rhe ban would affect wive became public property at a brief The Catholics claim Leopold's on Ed
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; ee B Ministers of Fastern Europe pee York decisive call for his return. The bour, were unable to estimate
§ countries lhe best of. the letters were] soci ont ‘ the number of workers ol ike

: om omos suc 1eas . i mE NS Socialists Belgium's second | 28 DRARREF Ob WOERSIS: OF 2Fane, ‘
Such measures -- which the! vithhheld for 25 years, They largest party, and the Communists Earlier this week, the Federa-



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LONDON, March 1% Britons in Moscow unless
De Courcy, British! have specific authority to (

i editor who claims to have secret) side it. But the measures w
: ee sources, reported to-/| exclude any Soviet satellite
| day that eight more experimenvai) try which does not so limi
! ic explosions had taken place} British diplomats’ movements.|
> in Russia between Mareh 5 and} This would probably let Polan¢



was wrt bs : Pari
ritten Political. observers believed| consent of Parliament

sevelt on June 15, 1940, fiv “hee I .
ears before the atom bomb bi)}} at if the Liberal members of Promised
on Hiroshima, to Dr. Vannevar| the Cabinet did resign, another
Bush, The American sc‘entist Catholic-Liberal coalition could

He wrote the scientist that he | Quickly be formed by bringing



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King leopold at Pr )
Geneva, last nigh promised ¢
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SHEERNESS, March 17. ences, subsidies and tariffs

The cadres of our journalists The newspaper added, that Sit
must be purged of elements; Department quarters and all @ °
foreign to our class and party” |cials consider that the two groups | Lawyer Gets Jail Here are some. of. the cases he

the resolution stated. In order |should. concentrate on the prols- | ; ‘i a
to raise the theoreticai—political lems of the dollar gap. —Reuter. | For Contempt will describe:



Ten bodies have been recovered

bays Se ead most brilliant sleuth,
+. He said it had been hoped earlier from the submarine Truculent

ee i

: a+ the jurists would meet in ; ;
Bish : ERS, 0. JURAESE > WS i se eg iimj-|N@W beached near Sheerness but
op Knight the spring, but many (legal Gli). shattered vessel is unlikely to

[tess still had to be overcome, be refloated until early next week,

5 > . . d »D . as Chairmar | Pre-Leopold Liberals. ;

TRAFALGAR SQUARE c i is : : > AVEN appointed him as Chairman | PF ment” about his return to the
March 10. ; out. Iron curtain diplomats found| . oa — —_ teok ithe. this. Actually the photo shows DELAMERE AVENUE in of the National Defence Researc! Some Liberal leaders have al-/throne and said fara ) i bdi-
a press, statement De Courey}| out of bounds without authority AIROBI where on March 30th the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester will present the Charter wich Committee, adding; Quite recent.| ready expressed willingness to tank le reat ss ao mee id

of vhe Intelligence Digest | ‘would be reported to their Gov-! will make NAIROBI a City. I appointed a Special Com-|Join such a Coalition. a an decide ; hinat h aa ;
gave these details:— ; ernments with a request for their| 7 oe ee uttee to study into the possibl Thousands of workers joined ae the Sen ate en : abeaih ‘Ss
$—Two explosions at 8} recall. Political quarters under-| st L t ti lationship to national defener] lightning 24-hour “Stop Leopold’ pi a $ vat gl & ee
boii of which were success- | stand that if Russia and her satel- Seretse 3 om [ ] S NA VY Wil i B i] D ecent diseoveries in the fei} strikes, which spread swiftly]; . ‘ine 1 : ha RE ea ec

March 6—An explosion at 2/lites will lift presenv restrictions, ing | e e of atomistics, notably the fiss through French-speaking south- | ° et ’ sept Rag oe

pm, and one at midnight, both} Britain will automatically dro | anium cn B tae only two votes shoig of it, They are

. ies (tales. bs ied | ¢ ee ee [ ri ern Belgium to-day, considered certaii sel. support
of which were very _successful.| the idea of retaliation.—(Reuter) ome Mondav 4 ARGE AIRSHIP, { will now request that Government crisis over the| ; +} oe " bet e
March 9—Two explosions round | L ’ d ommittee report directly to possi/le return. ofthe exiled King from the Royalist elements

out midnight. March 10—Two i es * the function of your commit-] also threatened the country with | #meng the Liberals when the re-

i a tee . ; ii : a tin 2h) ME En etendeel nates ‘ é thy peal of the Regency ‘Bill come
more cents” whieh Labour Majority |... eae Seer te To Combat Russia’s ec, includes this special matter, possible Liberal breakaway! before Parliament.
s SS! 4 . | . se lama, exileaq eniet- and c TtTtee ma consicdet he prese . are, om ; MEAS e « ‘

a De Courcy Claimed that in- D * 7" Fi | designate of the Bamangwat t advisable to upport per or the present Catholie-Libe ral) Police are investigating wheth-
telligence evidence “gathered by Own LO Five | tribe, will leave London on Mon- | Sehonorkel Submarine tudies on this subject” eee me | an explosion in a blast furnace
advanced’ methods of a highly! |day for Bechuanaland. He ac- | * Mrs. Roosevelt said at . “cays : uae icial ee at Seraing, near Liege, this morn-
secret. kind” showed that on|/ST BY-ELECTION SOON jcepted to ‘ne British Govern- eremony: “It will be a useful] Sttike mainly hit the industr ong ing was due to sabotage
Febryary 28 or March 1 an ex- ;ment issage on a British WASHINGTON, March 17 vealthy thing for importa cor of | lege, Mons and Char-| Leading members of the Social
tremely imporvant experimental! GLASGOW, March 17 | Overs‘ lying boat The American Navy is asking Congress for money ents of the story of th eroi in the Walloon: area, which} Ghristian (Catholic) Party and

. a started in Russia. | The Labour Party's slim ma-| Serctse made his decision after} byild the world’s four largest airships. The wil) be ars to be available here to all} Voted 58 per cent against Leo- the Liberals, partners in he

(y oe “evidence” also confirmed,| jority in the British House of|@ !ong discussion this afternoon | signed to comb tR ia’ io, 5 aa . Bah ws ss re seriously concerned thi paldis “setuen 68 "tat: PERGes#) Conliien Government, have been
De Courcy said, that Russia has} Commons was dropped to five to-| With hi ti Miri Ma. PA.) See combat hussia's ong-range ochnorkel submarines @ On Page 7 national plebiscite meeting separately throughout
made considerable advances in a} day with the deavh here of | Fraenkel | or , my A House of Representatis Stage Strike the day ee disc nt sit tal
fem of nuclear energy far more} Scottish member. ; Mr. Fraenkel flew specially | : e ' eee ee Sete : a Wi About 45,000 walked out at “The I iberal Cl erie w 6

as the aterm bembeused| Adem McK a wen tnetiron 9 \ftiea tauadeice him I: ederation jrecent statement by Rear Admira = " ° Liege, shuviing all coal mines and | o4 ne. Tabewy eae we
in the Japanese war or at Bikini.} West Dumbartonshire seat la:t|@fver the British Government an- | Alfred Pride, aeronautie Bureat U.N. Council five big factories amaiaeill ois ra roe ve a :
| rief, that avy’ ) nembers the Cabin \ ger
—Reuter. month by only 613 votes, died in| oun ive-y@ar ban on} Ghief hat the Navy re , ; In the Mons area, miners struck Mot the P: — 3 . ; er
hospital here causing the first by- | Seretsé My Fraenkel said he roposa Ss t | Priation Tequnet for the comit Cannot Upset in 40 pits, in the Borinage indus- oe a. nots cha mn an wa va
| election since the General Election | wante to wait in Britain for the ) year included money for the P trial Melt the toppage was gen- ads the evi Parliament=
. waa l tior the rit Il igas bags to cos ibout $4.000.000 . ary group
° State of the Parties in the House | PU! aul { th hite paper Suvadce Aavonsin Ganie an gas bags to cost ub a Dang era 7 : *
U.K. W ill Not now is: Labour 314, Conservatives |but would leave by air later eee BELIZE. Toe ‘ Israeli I acl ramwaymen also came it They dic fe, eenee
. . 298, Liberals 9, Irish Nationalisi's eas Sr 3 a Attics out the sama | The proposals for a fed- i ee : te 7 ; GENEVA, Mat j i Sande reer
Change Policy |2. These, with the Speaker, make| ¥™Me as Seretse. _ || eration of the British Carib- oe he vl so ind ciel Rata Ss pide a i hilar tin 2 To ow :

a ‘otal of 624.—Reuter. | ee ae aprhey our oat bean have been released in s cbesitn hao, a an a re x, ‘a 12 . : Gnnagnt, «Birt E ; Sere e
or the civil action about | “itis ras Te ; poration, Akron, Ohio ave ruste ip 0 ~ Manned to hold *ress Confer-

4 On Germany | ener enigicmsee Seretse's inhesttlaae from his | ata ie tee ee a | The big blimps holding non-j} debates on the statute for J¢ oo Months k or ein "Suit reporters ; re told 1

soi Sif . e | grandfather and father which is | The Belize Billboard says inflammable helium will be 1 salem, stated at today’s meet i h _ [his secretary that the Press (
Mee AOADON. March 13.1 Six Prisoners due. for-hesting-omApelt. 11,111 “Ag far os cthe poopie weep pthen holtthe length -of the pra-{that itang attempt were me. | Depriving Negroes. |jerence was called of

4 os een Ene in- : also have to report back to the concerned, the report may | war divigibles, Their two Wri by the Couneil to alter the G f Ci il Ri h The meeting of the Jelgium

ae PaHon of changing its policy “in! " of tribe about my visit to London) | be . ; i | engine will give em ( fsraeli-Jordar ry ( ) y : ‘nt ;

4; 1 ; (ero j,°e i ) : 4 | xe thrown in the waste | eral raeli-Jordan a ivi I s iCabinet scheduled for
wae resi future” on the} Perish In hire for [ am legal adviser to them! | basket. . As far back as speed of about 75 knot reement, his Gavernment v 8 , | has been postpone t “mor-
_s. of nan disarmament, NORTH CAROLINA, March 17 | as Iam te Seretse.” | 1947, the people voted |Navy believes these airshiy ediately submit the quest \TLANTA, Georgia, Mar, 17 | row,
ign Office spokesman said “a he. i c | Seretse will be allowed to go to against federation A jbe able to cruise many d the Security Council sheriff John Lynch ¢ his De ay 7 Wal im
} i 1 and his I
- today Six prisoners diéd of suffocation 44 j at ‘. : curity une) . } Throughou Wallonia i
on: ade iashen' a sAntieeas couéht tae Lobathi to collect evidenee for the | In presenting a condensa~ | They are to be equipped Ebar ' teme /puty William Hartline were sen- } typion ficial arene pit
"He was commenting on Winston | °C"y Oe a2. | Civil Court. action. and to be -be | tion of ae report on Sat- jlatest electronic devices ¢ ‘ h ed : jtenced to 12 months’ imprisonment, | 4. 1 ;
rchill’ references +e ]/in the gaol of vhis small textile} a ora } : ; t ] : j e Counc i jiscussk workers to I
is references. in the thiun’ PRev were discovered when! Dae his white wife Ruth, former} | urday, the Daily Clarion jto track down and destre i Article ¢ { the statute and each fined $1,000 here today | ctpi, nst tl I
al : of Commons yesterday to) ae ete | London typist who is expecting a | says, “ We beseech the } marines —Keuter ea ; ee . for depriving seven negroes of J ebeaape’ rs '
epessibility of Germany taking} PO'uCe brought another prisoner) pany in June people to study the proposal or telad pigtiaye Mchaga sieagmad es Civil Rights. Thi the | Leopold
4 any taking! i. | baby in June . stud 2 sals rR A ha +t ; ; ‘thei v1 tigh S$ was © fs .
= the. defence plans of | '° ane -. : tim ra|,, The Government told Seretse with an open mind,” 1 { t T a "7 s a . ¥ : aximun entence allowed by Althou
western powers. } aaree OF the six: viclims Wei~ |that most. of the, evidence he re+ —By Mail | ’ A en Oo adhil Al Jamali, who stated }law Lynch and Hartline were |®fé | underst
i the Ppspend by Chancellor rete’ Ge hake decae oak . 2 | quired for the qourt coule he } F it ip : nd Israel fe | cot victed in the Federal Court on | tacitly support
eh ; for a guarantee of se- | Were tO have faced « NKENNESS | oaliected from his tribe by agents, | } Y must vacate Jerusalem wher {March 19 of depriving the negroes | Federation of ibour,—Reuter
eae Gti trom. the. western powers, | Charges this morning.—Reuter, [).. if necessary he. would. be| | — | Overthrow Govi. vatat pproved, “Mr. °! )of their rights by delivering ther sige
British attitude was that siven special permission to visit} | 1} ai My Government does 10l| to Ku n organisatior . . .
. i ni __ I i sat) ee ‘ 1 ‘ ‘ , ‘
+ American, British and| |his tribe “under supervision.” { \ f y | In Bolivia hold that the Trusteeship ¢ for pur Attorney j FRANCE I AVOURS
n troops remain in occupa-| Murde od oO 1 An | —Reuter. | \P 1] r tv Way ipetent nounce ippeal t 3-POWER MEET ING
in Germany the question of | . PE Ju } —_———— k BUENOS IRES, Maret et c the Gene Israc United Staves Circuit Cot |
5 tantee does not arise | os ony é | } Four icers of the armed for t As nent Appeals, and to the Unite t PARIS, Marc
Fs C ‘ ee : . | : I tice Agreemen \Ph , an
a Atlantic Pact, it was point- | Impulse: I Oo Die Vatican Protests ate. Bas elleney a Governo and nine civilians have beer Rk continut ndet p Suprem« Court, if necessary | A French Governmer i
fa mit provides for defensive; ae | Football Association tne rested in suppression of tempt ter he ‘ The judge allowed the twe jman today said «
’ aggressions too place PENNSYLVANIA, March 17. | 7 2 | the Gariton-Empire first d : |to overthrow the Bolivian Gov . ae to remain free on bail pendin e | vou rench, Bri
involved troops of fae ig- | A Jury here recommend Ai Expulsion O | ste at Kensington © tr }ernment, according to an offic re y' 7 2 ° es | appeal Bight other defend: and United St Foreign Minis-
powers. in. occupation in|death in the electric chair for | BF heats ir . ; announcement reported from]. o a" a ee : |with them were acquitted. ters, within the next few months
a * an . | s is the $ te f the | . a .¢) part of 1e agreeme cal }
-—Reuter, | Edw ard Gibbs, 25 year old student; Papal Secretary 1950 football seas sd should | | apaz voda The Governme Deane a oe —-Reuter. ' —Reuter
_ |who confessed that he murdered. ¥ result in an ugg blamed the outlawed Nati . .\ ’
ja 21 year old stenographer at . | patton. wares 5-Up the Revolution: Movement for ti igian
. pai | First Divis Compet . 1 ; elf
PRISON TERM pcollege on “an impulse. The In Czechoslovakia | | vas sind Betpine comer e of the disturbances and said labour if 2
. , stenogr. tT > Xe Pee ree ‘ alists th nock-out Cor ator ad conspired t art Ahamad Shukairy, Syrian
7 YEARS eer te oe a a iF | VATICAN CITY, Mar. 17 } ingles: in the Knock-out ’ . A d oooepay i to star Bo c % me re
college on January 0 eerie The Vatican is to make a The B.A.F.A, have in n dy ir oo ear .
“4 c See aes 1 é a is é ; . again made wininitliintaiiad " : wisic
Be GHAGEN, March, 1 i letter and top make a as ee strong protest to Czechoslovakia ry iathe th " — ane vas . acuainaad I cain , anes io €

4 Danish Supreme Court}On January 14 her body was against the expulsion of Mon- oe ng the exact price for admis. T St i agreement pe es go ni . }

J raised from five to 12 years}found buried at a cottage. Foul) sionor Ottavio De Liva, Secretary anti 7 ee ruman udies nen f the Palestine problem

ee or passed by a war|days later Gibbs, a married mat,| o¢ the Papal Nunciature in % ‘ Thi settlen en has ee

8 Na; covet on Werner Besi,}gave himself up. In evidence 1€! Prague, it was learned to-day. ae fourtls regatta of the Roya A Plan reached, at least in part ag aic}

3 Tepresentative in Denmark|said he had no motive for the Vatican circles described the ex- is hare o Ree — takes plac at , k by the General Assembly Res« |

, during the occupation, killing except “an impulse. pulsion as an affront, without pre- r } be NEW YORK, March 17 lution setting up the corpus se | % “

—Reuter. —Reuter. cedent in the annals of diplo- aaiian ye pee _ nat The New Yor x Times reported aratum ot Jerusalen | oO b a b 1 a n

‘ macy. “The expulsion, this source cay oe bia eee that Eban replied that as viewed | | - <

of “g vt > sener residen lruman 18 udying his government all lecision |
7 Y said, fitted into the general P t N . : : ee ji gover
; U. K. FRANCE U S | framework of the Communist plan ar ew een ba see a Covenntae’ the agreement must stand unti
, st-leve mmittee ) i ‘ weer : ‘abi
j : " i 49 — to suffocate Rome’s voice of peace ei ae f aid ne ‘i bay A ated Pal (a full peace settlement betwee Superintendent Bob Fabian,
e 7 and universal brotherhood in BERLIN, March 17 ae CCOnGeec Welicy ane 6 pe) «israel a Jordan ha eor | ielsindll Yard } ritter
ISTS WILL STUDY Russia's satellite countries The. Central Committee of the|!€l. Commission’ of outstandin® | oo neq | scotland Yard, has writtc
High Vatican sources to-night | Socialist Unity Party (SED) pr er te PS tote Dene es: teusteeshit : real-life detective story of the «¢
â„¢ 9 1. , It stated tha he State Depart ,
at 7 y C 7 @ On Page 3 day announced a forthcoming bs deit Rae the Eeonomic Co oun competent to set ie the tury.
‘ fe A iD | ‘Sa ae ae. Fv entire gle press |tion Administration favoured tl ey igreeme ul
: | as ermany. In a 3,0 . “It was oul nderstand
; | ‘ . proposal ’ Fabian will re-live all ‘
4 ‘ - j ‘ word resolution, published today The . : >} { when we med the armisti
3 ( arch 17. ag a ora . » | i y, The sroups would eek >| whe VC sign big
Fa 5 , ut INDON, ye i ois LOBodic 5 Re covere d the Central Committee criticised| achieve consistency in domestic|that this shall not be changer! thrills he has packed, into 28 ‘ears
7, BRITAIN “views favourably” a meeting of : merican, ; an the low idepiogical level of the|and foreign economic programmes | éxeept by common consent of the |] of top-flight police work, He will
h and British jurists this summer to consider enaing I rom rruculent party press, and the dangers of | while taking account of such €l°-| parties.” The Council adjourned |} tell the secrets. of casés wich
. fi : z : in eacman “ a “% 2} nf nis as nest gric ‘ : / av mornint
State of war with Germany, a Foreign Office spoke man non-political journalistic infu-jments as domestic icubtural | until Monday morning Reuter build: up. ie. reseed: as. Sixitain’s



these problems were still being}i.. Admiralty announced to-day. |

Elected W.L.

studied and the three Foreign the qualifications of our journalists,







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ls The Truculent ank in ; r i i
A * Ministers might take up the Thames Estuary last January, the editor-in-chief = ance me AMBASSADOR iN ARGENTINA How the Do Do ers Wo k
rchbishop question at. their next meeting,|, i+, the loss of 64 lives, after a|!8 Tesponsible for seeing that all TO LONDON | | arr e
(Bart a possibly towards the ee of APih« [collision with the Swedish tanker Peer. 7 the editorial “ah BUENOS AIRES, March 17. | BUENOS AIRES, Mach \7 |
RGETOWN Mord 17 4 usually reliable eee ar Jact|Divina. ten »y the _Gpcaprons of ae Boletin fal announées th<| . P* Al me . Ceruttl, an é.rgen-
Beit Guiana’s Bistios, Al American authorities anti One body was recovered from} ar y and Government and im-|appointment of Carlos Albert< tine lawyer was sent to prison to- The Case of The Fake
John Kni ata g Ob. 40) autumn took the lead in pin - *Ithe shattered hull yesterday and | portant publications of the Pravda| Hogan as Argentina’s new Am- | 428 while defending Dr, Ricard :
Bites a, » Was elected West In| to end the stete of war, had since) ,ayal salvage crews, cutting their}and the newspaper for lastipg|bassador if Lomddny replacing: Balbin who is charged with] Policeman.
= Archbisha” oe the been disvouraged by eV “ ais way through the . stecl casings, peaee and, the peoples demecracy. Labougle who Was recalled ear- libelling President Juan Peron. |
born in mand ardie, Knighs, ‘irresponsibility ; and poli ica found nine more bodies to-day. —Reuter. lier this year.—(Reuter.) The judge hearing the cass
ahs don on January +) immaturity” in Eastern Germany. |rhe engine room of the submarine | against Dr. Balbin, dec ided that
&, ne Assistant Curate a been pumped out, and the a declaration made by Dr. Cerutti





ames Enjiel r soryers believed no move tc has ; : e e e . 2S :
ton Dj ield Highway (Lon- Observers bee it hull was being patched to-day. Be- [ d Wi li F ht F contained insulting expressions : i
Raster to @) then served as head-| end the state of war would bc tiaid of bad weather salvage work ngri l or ta and sentenced him to eight days’ | No. 1. (the nearest real-life
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Coast the Isadel College, Gold | made before the occupation tattite] Sadia be stenmpaed (is ater imprisonment. for. Contempt of approach to Raffles).

| The Trail of Cat Burglar







Uso rans aie in West Africa, | comes. up feat af ision in the} con for the second time _ LOS ANGELES, Mar. 17 \thay Dt. Lindstrom, by his action] CoUrt-—(Reuter.) :
Sry and thie equipped dispen- | autumn.-—(Reuter. —Reuter. : aa is. ingid Baqnen and conduet in a ov: is the}
iana’e « ‘ i Py i ntti © the Uni States from | proper person to have Pia.’ | x . °
haiacen e's hon! he tag hc | ‘ E Italy to battle for the cusody of De. Lindstrom is fling a cross| Famine in China: | The Chase to Gretna
and French = he British, Dutcl Ki i nd Will PHILIPPIN her twelve year old daughter Pia,| petition demanding that Pia tc| a BS Green
Ribens tee. inta : "I her attorney, Mr. Greson Bautzéer,|alloWed to rémain in his custody | Millions W ill Die .
REPRESENTAT IVE ennounced here In Washington, Senator Edwin C. | F



; : > |
S rt Peace a “Ingrid ig determined to make | Johnsor (Democrat. Colorado) c * KONG i :
Four Executed : “PP } LAKE, SUCCESS, March 17 the fighr of life for Pia,” Roig pase HONE KONG. Mateli 13

her he|seid that neither Miss Bergma: The worst famine in China’s |
















HELSINKI, March. 17 Manue! Eseudiero, fi Seer: aid. She will leave Italy as soon|nor-Robert Rosselini, Igalian filin| modern history, with thousands in the
offi Berlin, March 17 i's new Coalition Govern. ; tar { the PLillipine Legatio ) in| as the trial date is set and will be| director pnd, father. of. hex six- | ulready dead and millions expect- | . :
oMmelals of the Ger ment tonight declared their im-| Argentina, has been appointed)a witness, |} weeks olt| son, should be permit-|ed to perish before the next har- |
armam nts factors n- | temion to support. efforts for he | Philly pine repr sentative on the Meanwhile former jidge Isaac | ted vo ehier the United State | vest, is developing in China, semi meee \

© death b Soviet Zone / in f peace, maint ln | Advisory Council for Somaliland | Pacht, counsel for Miss Bergman’s| Siriéé Hoih df thege alien char-} official Comratinist seurces
_ Sourt i ‘ p F nd’s peaceful| Other members f the Counctl,) ex-husband, Dr. Peter Lindstrom, | acters are guilty of moral turpi-| Reuter here. to-day
ti, ; f ; ' Soviet Ut which holc it irst meeting in| forecast trenuous court con\est i tude, they cannot set foot t Millions in central
ell | Cail m March 29, are Deholt|“We are certainly going t sert| American soil. under. 6ur imr easterfi Chit were eXxisitng
‘ : ‘ Me i Mii Bergma t proper | gratic — ! € et of leave
at ute { ‘ € : } o have ustody of this} pla n the Senate re re re ource i
, —~Reuter. Reuter. . —Reuter. child,” he said. “We will show| Reutet —Reuter


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MR. & MRS. HEWITT-MYRING as they walked in from the
‘plane yesterday afternoon at Seawell

IS EXCELLENCY the Gov-
ernor and Mrs. Savage, ac-
companied by Mr. W. Lambert,
were at the Empire Theatre last
nigh to see Eric Gates’ Musical
Revue “High Tyme‘, Lady Colly-
more was also in their party.
The Empire was again crowded
for both matinee and evening per-
formances and “High Tyme’ con-
tinues to be a great success,
The last repeat performance
takes. place to-night av 8.30 o’clock.

“Nothing Fussy”

. R. H. PRINCESS ALICE and

the Earl of Athlone on their
voyage from Trinidad to George-
town ‘on board the C.N.S. “Laay
Nelson” were specially served by
Barbados-born Mr. Duesbury,
fun-poking saloon-man of the
ship, and among his souvenirs of
this trip are the autographs of

the Princess amd the Ear! on a
pound note.
Before leaving the “Lady

Neison” Princess Alice said
“we had a delightful and interest-
ing voyage” . and the Earl

auded “I enjoyed it im-
mensely.. .”
Aboard the “Nelson” were

three-score Canadian and Ameri-
can tourists and other passengers,
and they all agreed that the
Princess and the Earl were .
“the essence of charm and good-
neighbourliness.”

Officers and w of the vessel

found them “very simple
people” who were always anxious

to-avoid being paid special at-
tetition. “They just wanted to be
treated like anybody else” was
the~impression created. “There

was.nothing ‘fussy’ about them at
all.”

Said one of the Officers: “They
proved themselves very good sail-

ors.. They took their breakfast
and f@a in their suite — the
‘Ambassador suite’ -——- but went
down into the dining saloon for
their Wihch and supper where
they mig@e other passengers as
well as~members of the crew

feel well at home.”
After A Short Holiday

FTER spending a short holiday
in Barbados, Miss Zena
Gomez returned to Trinidad yes-
terday by B.W.I.A Mr. and Mr
Tom ‘Yaylor and Mr. and Mrs
John Corbin, were at Seawell
see her 2x.

to



BY THE WAY.....

It must be most annoying fol
sculptors to have their work as-
sessed by weight, though «a
figure or a bust were a cake at

as
church bazaar

I see that a new work by Mi
Epstein is referred to as a 1}-ton
figure. I suppose some critics
have discovered the weird truth
that what appeals to many peop!*
in sculpture sheer heftines».
Their attitude is rafher iike that
of the man who said that minia-
tures had no appeal for him be-
cause they were absurdly
small. Or again, like that of the
howling vulgarian whose wile
hired a string quartet for a party
“Surely,” he grumbled, “we coulc
afford more than four of them.’

SO

Art Drive

If only the Socialists had had
time to nationalise sculpture, thr

Output per unit of art personnel
would have increased the over-
all tonnage considerably. Any

decent sculptor would have res-
ponded to a call from Whitehal!
to ad@a couple of cwt., to every
t= in his studio.
x<éhormous symbolical fi¢

wane

Returning As Public
Relations Advisor

R.eand lirs. Hewitt-Mycing,
are back in Barbados. Mr.
Myring returns as Public Relations
Adviser to Colonial Development
Corporation and will also act for
the Controller as British Co-Chair-
man of Caribbean Commission. Mr.
Myring who left Barbados in July
1947 spent four months in Ameri-
ca for medical treatment before
returning to England.

He resumed his post at the be-
ginning of the year, and worked
for one monih in the Colonial
Office in London, before leaving
for New York and flying vo
Kingston. He then went over to
Belize, to spend a week with his
good friend Governor Garvey, and
wrote a report on his visit there
when he returned to Kingston.
Early yesterday morning he left
Jamaica and he was met at Sea-
well yesterday afvernoon by Prof.
C. G. Beasley, with whom he and
his wife will be staying temporar-
ily

Staying With The ‘‘Trees”’

ISS JUDITH MONTAGU,
+ who was here last year for
a holiday arrived yesterday by
B.W.1I.A. from Jamaica where

she has been for one month. From
England, she will be here for five
days staying with Mr. and Mrs
Ronald Tree at their home “Heron
Beach”, St. James

Mr Tree, she told Carib will
leave with her and accompany her
as far as New York.

Returns From The
D. C. FROST, who has

Leewards
M'
been away for thirteen

months, returned to Barbados yes-
terday by B.W.I.A from St
Kitts. He has been to Montserrat,
Antigua and St. Kitts as Acting
Manager for the Cable and Wire-
less Branches in those islands,
spending four months in each of
them. His wife and son Patrick
met him at the airport

A Rumour From St. Kitts

@NARIB heard yesterday that
Xu Mr. Peter King who has
been for a short time with the St
Kitts Branch of the Royal Bank
ff Canada, will be returning to
Barbados on March 25th It is
understood that he has been trans-
ferred one of the ovhner West
Indian Islands or British Guiana

ures, 20ft., by 31ft., for the facadef
of a new hotel we've taken over
Symbolical of what? Oh, make
em just symbolical.”
Maison Tirlitontaine
‘DARLING,” said Fouicnough
to the prettiest the assistants
before the opened -for the
day, “Darling, whatever you do
don’t take those strawberries out
of the window. They are made
of cardboard. And when you
sell a basket of the ordinary tin-
ned ones remember they ar
specially forced in sunny Anda-
lusia, and flown here, which is
why they cost 9s. 6d. each.” The
girl thus instructed wriggled
sulkily out of the Captain's arms

f
ol

shop

and muttered, “O.K., Fairy
Prince.” As soon as she had gone
out of the room her place wes
taken by a_ second assistant

“Get the women on to the sweet
pickled rhubarb from Jamaica,”
said Foulenough “Mark it 35s.
6d., a jar, cross that. out, and put
‘reduced to 31s. 10d." “Anything
you say, bar-lamb,” replied the

“Send girl and went down to the shop.
-A third girl took her place at
t-



Intransit
ISHOP WILSON, the new
Bishop of Trinidad arrived
yesterday by B.W.I.A. from Brit-
ish Honduras via Jamaica. He
will be here until the 23rd March
when he leaves for Trinidad,
where he will be enthroned the
following day. He was accom-
panied by his wife and two chil-
dren and they wére met at Sea-
well by Bishop Hughes and Rev
Griffiths. They will be staying at
the St. Lawrence Vicarage in
Hastings.

Mail and Air Express

ARIB made a slip in saying
that mail from England is
getting here much quicker thar

it used to. He should have said
air express packets. Both the
Colonial Postmaster and _ the

Branch Manager of British Wes‘
Indian Airways have pointed out
that all Air Mails from England
are despatched to Barbados by
B.O.A.C. and B.W.LA.

Carib’s “bundle” came here Air
Express by T.C.A. and got here
3 days earlier.

For Two Weeks
R. Victor Gill, brother of Mr.
Rex Gill, arrived yesterday
afternoon by B.W.I.A. from
Trinidad accompanied by his wife
for two weeks’ holiday. They are
staying at Cacrabank. Mr. Gill
is with Apex Trinidad Oilfields.

Health Has Improved
R. U. S. BRNADTZAEG, a2
forest engineer with the
Canadian National Paper Co. of
Clova, Quebec, arrived in Barba-
dos three weeks ago for reasons
ef health and is staying at Worth-
ing Guest House.

He told Carib yesterday that
this is his first visit to the tropics,
and he is certainly enjoying it.
Since he has been here, his health |
has already improved 100 per}
cent. }

He expects to return home about ;
April 8 and regrets that he can-|
not stay on longer.

eae a EECCA Sk RRERERE POE Oe SR ee NS ER HFN eee



Draftsman Returns Home |
R. and Mrs. A. Prada of|
Quiriquire, Venezuela, re-

turned home recently by B.W.LA. |

after spending two weeks’ holi-|
day. They were staying at Worth-
ing Guest House

Mr. Prada is a draftsman em- |

ployed with the Creole Petroleum |

Corporation.

Self Help Fair

x UMFRIES,” the home uf Mr. |

and Mrs. George Evelyn will
not be a home on Tuesday 21st
March, between 3.30 p.m. and
6 p.m., but will be the scene of a
sale, organised by the Women’s!
Self Help Association and hand-}
work of all kinds, flowers, home-
made ices and cakes will be on
sale.

Returning To-day |

Me and Mrs. A. G. Rodri-
guez of Caracas, Venezuela
will be returning home to-day

after spending an enjoyable three
weeks’ holiday here as guests at
Worthing Guest House

Mr. Rodriguez, an accountant
of the St. Clair Oil Company was
paying his first visit to the island
While for his wife, it was the
second.

Trinidad CivilServants Here

ISS Yvonne James and Miss
Yoland Lovelace, both Civil
Servants attached to the General
Post Office, Trinidad, are now in
Barbados for six weeks’ holiday
Chey arrived on Wednesday by
B.W.LA. and are staying at Lea-
ton-on-Sea, The Stream.



By Beachcomber

ondling headquarters. “When

you smile at a man,” said Foule-

close to the nev
potatoes from Interlaket
They're going badly.” “And ij
he’s a Government spy?” “Givi
him a bit of the Bulgaria:
chutney to shut him up.” “S
long, master-mind,” said the girl

Carrying The War Into

Africa

The rat which recently made
its nest in a tin of rat-poisor
obviously believed that attack is
the best form of defence. Wé
Bhall soon see some _ swash-
buckling mouse striding up to <¢
trap, kicking it to bits, snatch-
ing the cheese, and going off t
boast behind the wainscot. Th«
late Lord Minglewaters tells, in
his “Memoirs of a Two-Barrel
Man,” how a grouse once rushe:
at him and knocked his hat off.

Replacing his hat with the
utmost coolness, he got a bang in
the face from a wing, a peck or
the nose, and off went. his hai
again. Laughter from the neigh-
bouring butts. sent him hom«¢
with a flushed face, Starch Your
WHat With Snibbo,

nough, “stand

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ROBB draws the Royal
Family dresses, specially de-
signed to set-off the ruby-red
French decoration, the Legion
of Honour.

The Queen wore a crinoline
gown of crisp white tulle
mounted over silver tissue.
The bodice and skirt were em-
broidered in a design of silver
feathers, each feather ending
in a motif of rubies to tone
perfectly.

White tulle fell from her
shoulders with the silver and
ruby feather embroidery re-







peated on it. She wore a
bandeau and ornament of
diamonds.

Princess Elizabeth wore a
satin gown in palest green.
The draped bodice was held in
place by a halter collar of em-
broidered satin, continuing in
two panels down to the floor.
The embroidery was in pale
green paillettes, pearls, tiny
emeralds and gold.

The Princess wore diamonds
and the scarlet ribbon of the
Legion of Honour.

—L.E.S.



TO WINSTON,
SAID THE PRESIDENT

(Express Staff Reporter) .

INSTON CHURCHILL. .The

Voice in the darkness for a/cess Elizabeth, M. Schuman; and |

France oppressed....It was the
name on the lips of the President
of France, M. Vincent Auriol, at
Buckingham Palace when he re-
plied to a toast by the King at the
state banquet.

The toast was given in the ball-
room. The King said in French:
‘I raise my glass to your healih
nd that of Mme. Auriol, as weil
the prosperity and happiness
f France.’

And M. Auriol replied: “We
chall rot forget those long and
painful hours when the whole of
France, oppressed and tortured
struggled in the dark to prepare
the liberation of the morrow lis-
tening to the dauntless voice of
Winston Churchill hurling at the

t
as to

oO

enemy vne inspired defiance of a
united Britain.”
169 Guests
The man M., Auriol spoke about

sat on the right-hand wing table
Winston Churchi)l was one
the 169 guests at vables set
with pieces of silver gilt plate.
At the top table, from left to
ight. were the Duchess of Kent,
the Prime Minister (Mr. Attlee),
Duchess

out

‘ae

Second Visit

ICHAEL NAPIER, who went

to school in Barbados, has
just returned to England from a
skiing holiday at Zermatt, Switz-
erland. He was looking very
sunburnt when a London friend
saw him in London last week. “I
had a wonderful time,” he said
This Michael’s second visit
to Switzerland; he was there with
he Oxford and Cambridge Skiing
Ciub two years ago. He is now
‘vorking at his uncles’s engineer-
ing firm in Manchester.

was

of
And while this dinner of soup, |

of Gloucester, tha Guards band.

Archbishop of Canterbury, Prin-

Duchess of Beaufort.

Other members of the Cabinet,
including Mr. Ernest Bevin, For-
eign Minister, were there too.

Princess Margaret was absenv.
She was in bed with influenza.

And The Menu

This was the four-course menu
for the guests:—

Consomme Aux Quenelles
Supreme De Saumon
Roi Georges VI
Poussin Bouquettiere
Petits Pois Au Beurre



| Pemmes Nouvelles a La Menthe |

Salade Royale.
| Bombe Glacee Nicoise
Petits Fours Glaces
jsalmon, chicken, peas and new
potatoes, fruit salad, ice
and biscuits was being
music was played by the

eaten,
Welsh

On Annual Visit
R. and Mrs. Percy Philip of
M Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, who
have been visiting the island an-
nually for the past ten years are
now back here for a_ holiday.
They came in recently by B.W.LA.
accompanied by Mrs. O. Gopaul
and Miss Vivian Lee and will b
here until the end of the month
as guests at “Glencove”, Worth-
ing.
Mr
prietor |
and President of the Co-operative
Bank, Port-of-Spain.

To-Night

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A HOUSEWIFE
tor is Mrs. F. Kaley.

turned
Two of her

j
latest inventions will be appear- |

ing in television’s Inventors’ Club
programmes shortly.

First is a handle with small
claws, which are released by
pressing a button for gripping

steel wool to scour pots and pans

Mrs. Kaley, facing housework
for the first time recently in i
servantless Washington hous¢
found that steel wool took the
varnish off her nails and the skin
off her fingers. So she invented
the “Gripit’ and has taken
her patent.

Her second invention, also dis-
covered during her American
stay, is a non-spill powder-bo>:
a dance at Palm
Beach she opened her powder
box and spilled face powder down

of availabie powder box, studied

}all their faults and disadvantages

jand then sat down to concoct the
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Across

May be hanging after
drawn in some quarters. (6)

. At @ pinch one may take the
trouble to pick up a pin. (3)
It may be an imposition

|
| x. being

then— , (3)
. tee -f 10. Was solo invented here? (4

| The Queen, President Auriol,| 11; That ts a penny each way. shail
the King, Madame Auriol, the | 1 mS (4)

Duke of Gloucester, the Princes: lena alphabet a letters of the

toyal, Lord Chancellor (Lord | 13 Sam returns with tea under-
‘Jowitt), Lady Patricia Ramsay, | 14, Tae a hie in

the Lord President of vhe Council! 16. A tree that has varied. (3)
(Mr. Herbert Morrison), and the| 18 Faia sort of thing creates a

| 21. ary to rounds, (5)

| i@ age Of sheer audacity.
Hint, just hint. (5) es
Lone sort of Christmas, (4)

| 27. To the sapper it would b -
out pretence, (5) oe
28 Kenaning oerere this Makes one
Senseless. (;
| 29. See 18 Down, -
Down
1, Now we have to stop a while (4)
2. One way out of many. (4)
| 3%. What one is sure to turu up w
| the end. (4)
4 Found in epic odes. (4)
5. Humorous or mischievous decep
tion. (4)
| %. This is the noim oak. (4)
| 8 Kind of luck one occasionally
1 gh. (3)
- Put @ penny on 16 Acros. }
| 12, Old-time slang for 5 Down (3)
15, Its purpose is elimination (6)
17, Deformity through a pea in a |
18 and 39 Ace oO
TOSS ne wh t Ww
his hoardings, (4-6) ee

» One ae toners may be two, (5)
apparently can

end to it. (4) 7 war

22. Malay dagger. (4)

26. Wanted but unwed. (3)

Solution of Saturday's puzzle,— Across:

2 ia; 8. Every; 10. Cut: 11. §

b i ia, Tows; 15, Abut: 96
Weevil; 19, Cell; 21, Dine; 22. Realistic:
25, Ibis; 26, Dirt: 27, Bizoted Down:

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SUCCESS, March 17. t

eee | CANADA WILL TRAIN
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OTTAWA, March 17.



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OPENING OF
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U.S. Evacuate
Red China

WASHINGTON,

Trygve Lie Gets
A Memorandum

LAKE SUCCESS, March 17

Colonel Pecchi, an Italian
businessman, arrived here teday
vo present a memorandum te Mr

March 17
Departmen’ said to- |
American President |
liner, the “General

State
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ee Company whieh] in Parliament here to-day. [moming, f0 erin evacuating and independence of Eritrea
‘and radar equipment, ee Oe or He said “the arrangements 0! China. | Representing the “Vittorio Cot-

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! "nites Nations orci ac ory uards | tween the countries, Later reverse} .4; er foreigners have asked for | Eritrea, Colonel Pecchi presented
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; VIENNA, March 17 a similar basis | | any affiliation

Reliable Parliamentary sources Mr. Claxt ided “this | | 7 l t
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includes the Moslem League, Lib-

Rd . the Urgenla are carrying out par-| ™emts that we have with Britain ’ eh cae ‘ | exal Progressive Party, New Eri-
The Sausage amilitary exercises ae ae. the United States, and France.” Conditions | trea Party, Association of War
, The training plan was an out-’ Veterans, Association of Italo-
INDO. : . |@nd.on the grounds formerly used Pp I . a sam : :
Britain ty eee a|for on army cc Anuaitotines growth of the wartime system, he | Under Study Eritreans and the Hezdi E] Eatani
ee ; nadith cement of | Said. ? | Party.
ter variety in her still austere |'These reports say young men of so \Ctynat Bee ee stats. tai ;
i diet by Mr. Maurice Webb| the Usia concerns are forced to] fre annen “maemine i inn ole WASHINGTON, March 17 These Parties want indepen-
: came Food Minister after) join vhe “factory guards and are le adacd. “training in anada Senor Virgilio Diaz Ordonez the| dence and _ territorial integrity
General Elections last month. | given sport training” very like the of 200 officers rom a number Of) Dominican Foreign Minister, left | within the present boundaries
ft. Webb who was Chairman of | paramilitary training which was| {ferent countries would repre-| here to-day by plane for Ciudad | They reject partivion of Eritrea, or
abo Party before becoming | given to the “Jabour battalion” by otek - Di Hoagpennane ” TaNeOe | Trujillo confer his Govern- | annexation of any part of the
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ee

Two Poets
Write Some
Poems

By WILLIAM BOSS
Canadian Press Staff Writer |

LONDON, CP)

Two embarrassed British poets |
have discovered that each has)
published an almast dentical |
poem. Though they are ex-
tremely similar in word, length
and metre, critics uniformly dis-
miss any suggestion of plagiarism.

“Saint Augustine at $32,”
written by Clifford Dyment,
eminent British poet, was pub-
lished im 1943 in the St. Martin’s
Review.

Hon. Victoria Sackville-West |
wrote a poem published last year |
in the Poetry Review under the |
title “The Novice to Her Lover”. |
She says it was written “a long |
time before—some time in 1942
or early 1943. “It was suggested
to me by an essay I was writin;
about St. Therese of Lis‘eux
put the poem away.”

Galloway Kyle, founder of th«<
Poetry Society, which publishe:
The Poetry Review, attribute:
the coincidence to both poets re-
ceiving the same inspiration, per-
haps a “welling up of the sub-
eonscious mind, Plagiarisn
with poets of such eminence i
unthinkable.’

The verse by Dyment puns:

Girl why do you follew me
When I come ot the threshold of

holy place?

My resolution falters

When, turning back, I look upon you:
face

death to enter
I could renounce you when I lay alone
T ran fram you as from a biunsiry jigh
Into the gentle, the infinite, the heal-

Clemaney of the hb
| 1 crave an eloquence that is not wer.s,
| I geek fulfilment in the kiss of stone
| But you, you came with your mouth

thi

tiie

and it seem

and your dark hair
nd ot your feet is a leaf which the
wind has blown

Equally baffling is the fact tha:
Miss Sackville-West wrote Dy
{ment in 1944 complimenting hin
}on his poem, not recognizing *
as similar to her own. Las
November she picked up an edi
tion of his poems which containec |
the same one and “read witr |
some astonishment a poem whic! |
1 recognized as almost identics
with a poem of my own.”

Miss Sackville-West's: |
Why must you follow me

Whenl come to the threshold of th
holy place?

|
\

My resolution falters; It seems a deat
to enter

When, turning back, I loak into yo
face.

I saw you when I lay alone

And van from you as from a searci

ing light
Into the gentile, acquiescen‘
Obscurity of the night

I grave communion that is not word

And life fulfilled In my one

And, you ¢déMme with vour Pp
your gold hair

And at your feet a leaf that the

| has blown









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TRIS week motorists paid 6 cents more
for 6very gallon of petrol used. This week
évery housewife was compelled to pay 6
cerits:more for every gallon of kerosene oil
ued. These are only two instances which
can be quoted as reminders that the cost of
living is contifuing to rise.

For several weeks now there has been a
gradual rise in the prices of essentials.
The price of eggs has been increased he-
cause the published schedule allowed an
advance‘on the imported Canadian product
and ‘bécause of the increase in the price of

‘ poultry feed, corn and oats. The scheduled
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Science And. Agriculture

ol February was normal, Moderate
.o light showers were experienced;

for rearing.
the heaviest and most widely dis-

Stud services

zerd and 27th.
According to rainfall
received from 41 stations, the
approximate average total rainfa!!
jor the month was 2.08 inches,
The corresponding figure for 1949
was 1.01 inches, and the average

years was 2.09 inches.

at a station in the parish of St.
‘Thomas, and the lowest was 1.20
inches registered at a station in were cut at the
the parish of St. Michael:

The harvesting of the sugar

the cisterns,

the month. According to reports,

very variable. Some plantations 382 altogether.
areas have reported average yields tion plots at C
cf 34—36 tons of cane per acre
for plant canes and ratoons, while

The First Year Seedling Trials

and early February. Forty-two
seedlings were selected from the
cane crop was continued during Short Season Trial and three
hundred and forty from the Long
the yields of cane per acre are Season Trial, making a total of
These seedlings
in the intermediate-low rainiall Fave been planted in multiplica-

The Second Year Seedling Triais

ity C. C. Skeete. Director Of Agriculture

The rainfall during the month of milk were produced. Thirteen finished. Analysis of fodder sam-~-
young pigs were sold to peasants ples from Perennial fodder crop

ivial at the Pine was begun. Sev
paid for at the eral moisture determinations o!

iuibuted occurred on the Isi, lon, Stations were as follows:—- bulls sa:nples from the Perennial fod-
93, bucks 41, rams 33, boars 50, der trial at Pine were carried ou*
returns or a total of 217 for the month.

Botanical

Sugar Cane
Potting of seedlings was con-
for February for the paSt 100 tinued during the month. By the
end of the month of u tota’ of
The highest total fall for Febru-. approximately 20,000 seedlings
ary, 1950 was 3.66 inches recorded had been potted and put out in

prior to drying and grinding of
these samples

Further, reaping of fodders in
the Perennial fodder trial at the
Pine was made. The second cut-

ting of. Merker, Uganda and
Guatemala grasses at two feet
high was made.

Sugar Cane

One hundred and twenty-one
sample bundles of cane have been
end of January r f
analysis in connection with varie-
tal and select seedling trials.
Juice samples of select seedling
trials have been taken for the
analysis of potash and phosphate!
content in juice. |

Three methods of ashing cane
juice in preparation for deter-
mining phosphate -content in the
juice were carried out; detailed

en AE Aa

milled, and juice extracted, for,

butter, cheese and corn meal have all been
inereased in price. And the disadvantage of
having the price of animal and poultry feed
eased tends to bring about a demand
Â¥higher prices for meat, milk and
poultry. These advances in the price were
phaps necessitated by the increase in the
wight rates by steamship and there is no
knowing what effect the increased air rates
which have been decided by B.O.A.C., and
Which come into operation next week will
hee on an already difficult situation.

“After a week’s mecting the Devaluation
Conference held in this island to consider

others are only averaging 29 tons
per acre,

The young plant cane crop has
made good growth during the
month and has a healthy appear-
ance.

and sweet potatoes were freely
obtainable.

The reaping of the first bearing
of the cotton crop has been com-
pleted, and some owners and
occupiers in the parish of St. Philip
have begun to clean up the cotton
fields although the growing period
has been extended for one month,
Very little defoliating worm has
been observed during the growing
season, and it is hoped that the
absence of this pest will materially

the economic problems of the region in the | jncrease the yield from the second

light of revaluation of sterling released a
handout which states that the Conference
Report is being submitted to the Govern-
That report states that
the “Conference recognised that though
the revaluation of sterling could not be
isolation from other
economic infiuences, it had thrown into
relief, some of the region’s most difficult
economic prdblems and the conference

ors of the region.

viewed in

recommended to Governors

should be reviewed from time to time on

regional basis.”

The people of this island do not need a
conference of West India officials to tell

them that the cost of living

creased. They must know it.

suffer from it.

world,”
There is no single West

which can effectively deal with cost of
living for the area as a whole.
has to decide its own plan of action,

Barbados must face its own
“onee, However necessary it

the Colonial Office to review the problems
6f*the area as a whole, it is all the more
necessary for local West Indian Govern-
ments to set about settling their own cost

of living problems singly.

It is well that the report will be sub-
mitted to the Governors of the region. It
is the Governors who will in their consti-
tutional responsibility to island legislatures
be responsible for underlining the priority
that must be given to a plan for crying
halt to a cost of living which daily strides
ahead. Political progress costs money. It

is futile to inspire people

politically unless basic standards of living
allow them to think without prejudice and

bitterness.

If the rise in the cost of living is allow-
ed to continue, the future of the West
Indies will be stagnation, not federation,
because capital will have been frightened
away. Only a satisfied majority of workers
will provide the West Indies with the basic
necessities for sound political life.
present, wages chase prices in an unhappy

marathon.

To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—The unsightly and untidy
rg@. and small piles of garbage

line the roads leading to

Bridgetown are no credit to

Barbados. They offe..ui both

sight and smell, attract flies and

are insanitary.

Could it not be made compulso-
ry for every householder to have
a dustbin complete with lid and
handles? The contents could be

into lorries instead of the
rimitive method of a man
ovelling up the refuse. I think

a reform is badly needed.

Yet. another criticism, why
not folding stalls for the fruit
an@ vegetable market near the
bus station? The vendors spread
their goods on the ground, like-
wise a very insanitary method. I
shudder to think of the germs that
mist find their way there. Barba-
dos is such a charming place it
would be worth while to make
it more so.

A. VISITOR

Seaman’s Psalm
To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—-I desire you to publish
the following: “A Seaman’s ver
sion of the 23rd Psalm. It wa

What is needed is some
genuine attempt to peg the cost of living.
dt is no attempt to face the underlying
problem when a conference after a long
sitting tells the community that they “re-
viewed the field of economic problems .. .
against the background not only of special
conditions in the region but also of econ-
omic trends in the sterling area and in the

OUR READERS SAY;

bearing. No pink boll worm has
been observed.

Peasant Agriculture
Food Crops

The reaping of Lisbon yams
commenced promptly, at the be-
ginning of the month, Good yields
were reported in the higher rain-
fall districts as well as in St.
Ynilip. In other parts of the
island yields were, for the mest
part, very disappointing. Good
crops of eddoes were obtained,
while sweet potatoes and cassava
were also available.

major

that these

Sugar Cane
Peasants were busy reaping
their ripe canes as grinding opera-
tions got underway at the sugar
factories. Yields are, on the whole,
fairly satisfactory. The young
plant canes continued to make
good growth.
Cotton
Picking continued during the
month, Except in a few instances,
yields are not up to standard
Groundnuts
The reaping of groundnuts on
peasants’ plots has now been com-
pleted. Mainly as a result of the
good yields obtained and the
drive made by the Department, it
is expected that the area planted
to this crop will be very much
extended during the coming plant-
ing season.
Tree Crops
Supplies of bananas, coconuts,
papaws and limes were available
in the market during the month

is being in-
They now

Indian unit

Each unit
And
problems at
may be for

Pests and Diseases
The widespread ineidance of
bacterial black rot in cabbage has
resulted in heavy losses among
peasant cultivators of this crop.
Active measures are being under-
taken to prevent the spread of the
disease.
Peasant Livestock
The supply of concentrated feed
as well as green fodder has been

very satisfactory throughout the
month,
Extension Work
The Peasant Agricultural In-

structors visited 426 peasant hold-
ings and 14 school gardens in
February. Thirty-three mango
trees were top-worked.

Irrigation
Under the provisions of the
Colonial Development and Weifare
Scheme, peasants continued to
receive assistance with the instal-
lation of new irrigation units as
well as with improvements ‘o
existing units.
Crop Husbandry
Appropriate seasonal operations,
including the reaping of canes and
yams, were carried out at all
Stations during the month.

to progress

Livestock
There was a total of 143 head of
livestock at the six Stations at the
end of February. These comprised
cattle, goats, sheep and equines,
Six hundred and forty-one gallons

At



Make Barbados Still More Charming

at Codrington were cut during the
month. Several seedlings show
promise under low rainfall condi-
ons.
Two plant cane and one ratoon
Third Year Seedling Trials were

The harvesting of food crops CUt during the month. In all cases
was continued, and yams, eddoes most of the varieties were unripe,

and the juice quality was con-
sequently poor.

Entomological
Moth Borer Control

Distribution of the egg parasite
Trichogramma commenced during
the third week in February. Dur-
ing the month a total of 37,646,400
moth borer egg parasites were
bred, of which 32,940,600 -were
available for distribution.

So far, planters have responded
very well in fetching the para-
sites for distribution.

Stocks of the moth borer larval
parasite, the fly Lixophaga, were
maintained in the laboratory and
surplus flies liberated in young
cane fields.

The annual factory yard counts
of bored joints in plant canes taken
at random from different estates
was started this month.

Bored cane counts and incidence
of rind hardness were carried out
at Codrington in 2nd year Cane
Breeding Station trials, and the
’ sures obtained are being tabu-
«ted,

Counts of moth borer egg deposi-
tion and parasitism have been
started for this year on a twice
weekly count basis in the Ento-
mological plots at Codrington.

Root Borer of Sugar Cane

Field investigations on this pest
were carried out,

Cabbage And Cauliflower
Defoliators

During February, 1,127 Pieris
monuste puparia were collected in
the field and used in the laborator?
for rearing the pupal parasite
Pteromalus. This work yielded
21,550 parasites, the majority of
which were liberated; this brings
the total of these laboratory -
reared parasites to 76,290. No fieid
recoveries of this parasite have
yet been made.

Coconut Scale Control

Th: introduced predator Azyva
trinitatus was found in moderate
numbers in two new areas on the
leeward coast during searches
carried out for native parasites of
the white fly pest Aleurodicus
cocois. No natural controls have so
far been found.

Chemieal
Soils

Further work in the investiga-
tion of phosphate content and
phosphate fixation has been
carried on,

Mechanical analysis of soi!
samples taken at the Pine was
carried out, and this completes the
laboratory work attached to this
survey with the exception of
phosphate estimations. A report is
being prepared.

Revision of the method of use
of the Collins Calcimeter in the
Laboratory was undertaken with
a view to standardization and
greater accuracy in obtaimng
results.

Samples of maize from fodder
trials at Codrington and Pine were



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Nineteen samples of milk from
the Pine milch cows were ana-
lysed as the routine test for fat
and solids other than fat.

Six samples of sugar and mo-
lasses were examined during the
month. Determinations were also
made on samples of molasses for
export to the U.S.A.

Visits were paid to the Gov-
ernment Factory, Lancaster, in
connection with pottery mainte-



Unification Of Public |
Services Report—cowd

The abolition of private practice, and fixing ful:
time salaries is ruled out by two observations. In the
first place, earnings from private practice vary so
widely that an appropriate figure by way of com-
pensation for its loss could not be determined
Secondly, could such a figure be determined, some
cclonies would be unable to afford compensation to
the doctor for loss of private practice, and the com-
bination of Government service with private prac-
tice must, therefore, in such circumstances, be
ellowed to continue.

In the preceding paragraph we have given an
‘nstance of the sort of difficulty that besets any
uttempt to prescribe common basic salaries for
eomparable posts. But there are other and more
fundamental difficulties in the way of attaching
common basic scales of salary to scheduled posts in
unified services. At the present time, the salary

‘scales attaching to the various posts in the several

colonies are determined on a colony basis without
anything in the nature of mutual consultation. The
additions by way of war bonus or cost-of-living
allowances are similarly determined. Now, it would,
not, in our view, be feasible for us to consider

and make recommendations in @regard to sal-

ary scales for scheduled posts in unified services

in vacuo. Revisions of salaries do not lend

themselves to piecemeal treatment, since such treat-

ment disturbs the existing relativity between the

emoluments of posts which do and those which do

not come under review, a source of discontent, as

we have pointed out in paragraph 85, to the holders

of posts in the latter category. The relativity of

such scales both to scales of salary for posts in

non-scheduled posts in unified services is therefore

a factor which we could not possibly ignore.

ALL COLONIES

Consequently, for the proper discharge of our
task, we should need to review the salary scales of
all the posts in the public services in all the colonies,
and make recommendations with regard to their
revision and to the cognate matter of additions by
way of cost-of-living allowances and the incorpor-
ation of such additions in salaries. It is, however,
abundantly clear from our terms of reference that
our functions are not those of a full-scale Salaries
Commission. Even were there any room for doubt on







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nance and development work. this point, it would be dispelled by the fact already | (s=
Ninety samples were received| mentioned that independent Salaries Commissions
for examination during the month.| are investigating or have recently investigated sal-
They comprise: aries and other conditions of service in no fewer
Samples of milk, submitted| than four of the Colonies with which we are con-
by the Commissioner of Police} cerned, namely, Barbados, British Guiana, Jamaica,
and Commissioners of Health| and Trinidad & Tobago. In this connection, we
under the Food and Drugs Act.| desire to call attention to the difficulty which would
Samples of cocoa essence,| have resulted had the circumstances admitted of
rum, tea, kerosene and gasolene| our formulatng the scheme that was expected of us,
by Customs authorities. It might well have proved a source of embarrass-
Hydrometers were submit-| ment to the Governments of the colonies which
ted for calibration. have set up separate Salaries Commissions to be f
Samples of canned foodstuffs} presented with two sets of recommendations, the one
for classification. dealing with salaries of all posts in the public ser- ;
vices, and the other with the salaries of certain RED KIDNEY BEANS—per lb..............000...,
Cane juices and feeding stuffs.| scheduled posts in unified services only. Some of CORNMBAL—-per Ib........065¢.dictiseac eee
Laundry soaps submitted by| these local Commissions have proposed the consoli- TABLE! BUTTER—S-lb. tins...............055
their manufacturers. dation of salaries with cost-of-living allowances, SOUTH: AFRICAN GRAPES.......... per tin
while we should be aiming at basic salaries with DEAR sos. tactic oe cach asnvoesise nt ee
Mlosaic Disease additional allowances calculated not on the cost of MAXAM BEEF SAUSAGES.......... i ee
‘ living in a particular colony but on the relative CRUSHED PINEAPPLE ............; fsa
Owners and occupiers of land| costs of living in the several colonies. The two sets SWIFTS MUTTON & PEAS.......... Pte
are reminded that the first in-| of recommendations would therefore have been SWIFTS BEEF & VEGETABLES..... eae
spection of the young crop should) mutually irreconcilable. DANISH CHICKEN BROTH.......... eae
take place during the month of UNIFORM GRADES BOYARDU SPAGHETTI DINNER... |...
April. The necessary forms of re-| — Tnasmuch as we have failed to formulate a scheme DUTCH APPLE SAUCE.............. ;, ne
turn for this imspection can be} of yniform grades and common basic salaries, we
obtained on application to the| need not devote much space to the question of o
Department of Agriculture. meeting differences in conditions and cote of
living in the various colomies by varying local allow-
RETURN UF IMPORTED PLANTING | "Y°OK 't ig, however, pertinent to observe that there}! STANSFELD SCOTT & CO., LID,
ane co mawennnen? of Science and] appear to be no economic data on which z —_ E
Dib, Bean mine with anything approaching precision the rela-| }))__
ae ee ee tive costs of living in the several territories. One] SSS

6 Ib.

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Cabbage seed from U.S.A.
54 Ib. . ”

Carrot ” ,
10 Ib. Lettuce ”
2 ib. Parsley ,, ”
% Ib. Radish, ” ”
M% lb. Turnip ,, ” ”

Fisheries

During the month a sum of
$688.19 was repaid on_ loans.
bringing the total amount repaid
to date to $42,779.01. Interest
collected during the month
amounted to $11.58, making a
total of $505.42 collected to date

A sum of $38.00 was issued in
loans to fishermen making a total
of $83,153.16 issued to date.

A new instrument, the Bendix
Depth Recorder, was installed on
the Experimental Boat during the
month and, as a result, the chart-
ing of banks has been started.
Investigational work with the
plankton indicator is being con-
tinued and further experimental
methods for the capture of fish
are being tried.

The weather was somewhat
more favourable during the
month and many more boats, es-
pecially those on the east coast,
were able to put to sea.

A total of 21,570 lb. of fish was
recorded as marketed at the
Bridgetown Fish Market. Returns
from the rual market sheds to-
talled 15,259 lb.

Experimental Cotton
Spinning Plant

During the month the rate of
production had to be reduced
owing to a shortage of both spools
and cones on which the yarn is
normally wound; this provided
an opportunity for cleaning the
machines. Adjustments were also
carefully checked and, where
necessary, corrected.

Production during the month
was 731 Ib. of 24’s count yarn.

Small quantities of 24’s count
and two-ply 30’s count yarns were

supplied to the West Indian
Knitting Mills, of Bridgetown,
Barbados.



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does not need to be an economist to realise that the
cost of living is higher in Jamaica than in St. Kitts,
but this knowledge does not enable one to prescribe
the appropriate percentage additions to basic sal-
aries in Jamaica and St, Kitts respectively. More-
over, the co-existence in the Caribbean region of
systems of basic salaries with cost-of-living addi-_|
tions and systems of consolidated salaries would’!
rule out any schemes of varying local allowances |
to meet varying costs of living. A necessary pre- |
requisite to any such scheme would be uniformity in }
this matter. ‘ i
But our inability to apply the Secretary of State’s:
proposals‘in these matters does not, in our view, ;
strike at the root of the principle of unification.
Unformity of grading and of basic salaries would
certainly facilitate lajgral transfers from one colony
to another, but expeWfence shows that the absence
of such uniformity is no insuperable barrier to uni-
fication. In the Colonial Unified Services, gradings
of posts, salaries, and’ other conditions of service
vary greatly as between colonies in different parts
of the Empire, but though it is no doubt easier to
fill posts in some colonies than in others, it cannot
he said that the Unified services have broken down
for lack of uniformity in conditions of service. Simi-
larly, we anticipate that transferability between
territories in the Caribbean area will be in no way
impeded by salary differences, Indeed, such differ-
; ences may well facilitate transferability, since we
contemplate that transfers will not as a rule be
ordered without some compensating advantage to
the officer to be transferred. There is also the con-
sideration that although, as we have said, uniformity
, of grades and basic salaries would certainly facilitate
lateral transfers, yet such transfers would in any
case be few. Lateral transfers are a normal event jn |
the case of a central or federal service because they
ean be arranged to meet some particular require-
ment of policy. In the case of a unified service
which is centralised only in respect of matters of
personnel, there woud be uo single policy to which
they could be related, and the Public Service Com-
mission, having no control over the scope of the
services in the various colonies, would find it diffi-
cult to say whether or not any particular lateral
transfer would be desirable.
NOT PRACTICABLE
Our view is, therefore, that the introduction of a
system of uniform grading of posts and of common
basic salaries is neither practicable nor a sine qua
non of the unification of any public service, It is to
be expected that the reports of the four Salaries
Commissions to which we have referred will, while
ironing out any existing anomalies and inequalities
within a colony, not dispose of the present diversity
as between one colony and another in the salaries
attaching to the posts which we recommend fo.
unification. ;
(To be continued)



written by Capt. I. Rogers, U.S.N.,
while serving at sea during World
War II. I commend it to your
readers,

“The Lord is my Pilot, I shall
not drift, He lighteth me across
the dark waters. He steereth me
in the deep channels. He keep-
eth me in the deep channels. He
guideth me by the Star of holiness
for His Name’s sake. Yea, though
IT am mid the thunders and tem-
pests of life, I shall dread no
danger: for Thou art with me,
Thy love and Thy care, they
shelter me.”

“Thou preparest a harbour
before me in the Homeland of
eternity, Thou anointest the waves
with oil, my ship rideth calmly.”

“Surely sunlight and starlight
shall favour me in the voyage I
take, and I will rest in the Port
of my God forever.”

ALBERT A. MAYNARD.
“Avedon”,
Collymore Rock.

Negro History
To The Editor, Thé Advoca
SIR,—During Tuesday’s sitting :
of the House of Assembly Mr
D. D. Garner, seconded by Mr
W. A. Crawford, observed the

necessity of introducing Negro
History in ‘the curriculum of our
schools,

The suggestion will, I know, be
met with a nod of approval by the
deep-thinking N ; but more
than mere
al is negessary
reach the heights it might well
reach,

A friend of mine was quite re-
cently anxious to come by some
data on the same subject. His was
the honour of delivering a talk
about outstanding West Indian
Negroes during “Negro History
Week” in his country,

But alack, he knows there are
no histories or books of reference
on which to.draw, so he wanted
to know if I could appoint myself
as his special agent and help in
the matter.

I need not point out that this
was no easy task. Even in this
day when unselfishness is
preached, those who are in pos-
session of such material, I was
told, guard it zealously. However,
thanks to the co-operation of a
few public-spirited gentlemen, I

ible to get references and so
rrespondent some in-





ation
t think of the long hours of
1 in dusty files and writing



until my fingers were sore! If Ne-
gro History were recognised and
taught in sch much of my re-
search work would have been un-
necessary.

Since Emancipation the Negro
race has strived and has eredusad
men and women of whom we are
proud. Among the numerous cases
of successful Negroes, let us take
the solitary case of Dr. Geor
Washington Carver of -the United
States of America. Famous for
making some 200 products from
the humble peanut, his motto was:
“Getting all there is from the little
you have.”

Born in slavery (the date, is
not known) without a surname of
his own (his parents died when
he was an infant), he rose, and
when once he decided to rise, all
the powers of the universe com-
bined to help him rise.

But how many of us are taught
such examples of grit and deter-
mination while we are at school?
This is not a case of attempting
to rise, at the destruction of others,
but rather an example of the
straight-to-the-mark, get-some-
where influence.

The teaching of Negro History
would tend to make the coming
Negro generations realize its po-

tentialities. It would act as an
incentive to the not-so-ambitious
youngster to bring out the best
within him rather than sit back
and be content with what we have
erroneously been taught to recog-
nise as fate and chance.

Let us not stand in the way of
our Negro children. If we our-
selves cannot give them the best
inspiration, then let them get it

€ through Negro History.

LOUIS R. CYRUS.
Chapman Street,

Free Day

To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—The notice of an address
given in the House of Assembly
on Tuesday last by Mr. Bryan,
asking that the Saturday after
Good Friday be a Bank Holiday,
and requesting that His Excellen-
cy act immediately to give perma-
nent effect to same, is a matter
entirely out of harmony and not
in the least interests of the com-
munity. It is a matter which will
adversely affect the major part of
the population of this island and
for that reason should not be sub-
jected to such hasty legislation;
hence His Excellency would do
well to stay his hand and avoid
being pulled into a vortex un:



days in preparation for the Easter-
tide—in a variety of ways, and it
is in this aspect particularly, that
absolute consideration must be
given the poor unfortunate house-
wives who, through circumstances
are only too glad of that day to do
their last Easter Shopping. Some
of these poor souls can be seen
making their final rounds even at
late hours on Easter Eve with the
object of trying to obtain the many
little necessities that contribute in
making happy, all those who look
to their hands for some of the
little things that bring cheer in
the home so that Easterday may
be a pleasant one for the children,
the husband, the friend.

Indeed, making Saturday after
Good Friday a Bank Holiday
serves no useful purpose other
than giving pleasure to a few. It
will eventually mean the closing
of all Stores, Drugstores, Shops,
the market and all other places of
business. Imagine
being closed
week. Let

Bridgetown
for more than half a
the Saturday a*ter
Good Friday remain as it is and
ever was—a free open day to the
people of Barbados.

BONA FIDE,

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ARRIVAL of the America:
. Navy yesterday brought out
: of the City guitarists and by
E oe the Yanks are ready tc
p the perhaps there will be man;
leave, vusicians around the City.
wis guitarist picked a vantage
: int where every U.S. sailor ir
pom allery of Goddard's Restaur
ee coula see him. Slowly bu
ssyely ne played tunes to the
ee of the Americans such as
'aGod Bless America”. On com
~ sjstion of his tune, pennies raine:
pet on his head from above.
A passerby, quickly chimed in

Be a promptly asked the guitaris

; y “Pennies From Heaven’
pe xpence.
_ ypARBADIANS may soon be see.
: B wearing Japanese silks,
and laces again. A notice
ed recently at the Office
of the Comptroller of Suppiie:
noted importers that an alloca-
has been made to Barbados
for the importation of goods from
Japan.

It went on to state that it wa.
sential that licences should be
submitted as soon as possible iv
tnuse wno are able to place oraeis
immediately because no licence
will be issued against allocation
after June 30. :

Another notice advised import-
es that supplies of lactose are
available for export from New

satins

| Zealand,

A third notice informed drug-
that all applications for the
importation of drugs and Paten:
Medicines are to be submittec
to the Control Office. It also
stated that under no circumstanc-
es should application be submittec
by importers to the Chief Medical
‘Officer,

Ne BOATS are ex-
pected to sail in the Fourth
Regatta of the Royal Barbados
Yacht Club which will take place
| at the Aquatic Club today. It is
expected that. the Circe, which
finished only one lap in the Third
Regatta, will give a better per-
formance today,
S.P.C.A,

T= BARBADOS
holds its Annual Generai

Meeting on Tuesday, March 21,
' at 8.30 p.m. at the Y.M.C.A,

his arrival in the island extended
_ his Patronage to the Society, will
preside. Others taking part this
year include the Commissioner of
Police, Hon. V. C. Gale and Mr.
LT. Gay. There will be a show
of Films by the courtesy of the
British Council after the business
of the meeting is over.
It is hoped for a large attend-
| ance of members of the Society.
Programmes and copies of the
‘Annual Report and Financial
Statement will be provided.

pec THURSDAY and up
to 6 o'clock yesterday morn-
ing only one Parish recorded any
rain, Fifteen parts were recordeu
in St. Peter. On the previous
day no rain was recorded,

_ | SHORE PATROL of Military
: Policernen from the US.
‘Batleships, “Burdo,” “Klein-
Smith,” and “Carpellotti,” started
patrolling the City as soon as
members of the vessels were
allowed to land.
The M.Ps, have their Headquar-
tets a’ the Central Police Station
| and Walkie-Talkie Set is also set
up there.

RS. ELSA SPENCE, Assistant
Mistress of Weiches Mixed
I, St. Thomas, has been pro-
moted to Head Teacher of St.
Silas Girls’ School, St. James,
Mrs. Spencer is the wife of Cpl.
Vineeny Spencer and sister of Mr.
Isaac Carmichael, Visual Educa~

Officer of the Department of
Education.

a “muBbiLe CANEMA wiki
bIVe SiiuWS WeEXL WeeK al SL.
WaMes, Si, Fauip, st. Joseph, di.
YOU ana Sx. George.
On Monday the Cinema will
Gve a Privave Snow at the St.
vames Intirmary. A show wiil be
Gea on the St. Martn’s Boys
School pasture on Tuesday for tne
helit of residents of the St. Mar-
Un's area of St. Philip.
ers Plantation yard, Sv.
Joseph will be the scene of a
W on Wednesday for residents
ot the Frizers area. The Cinema
will be at Newcastle Plantation
yard, St. John, on Thursday to
A show for the benefit of resi-
en's of Martin’s Bay area. On
Friday a show will be given in
lury Plantation yard, St.
rge, for residents of Ashbury

A’ ACCIDENT occurred at the

corner of Thornbury Hil] and
ell Bogg, Christ Church, at
t 12 noon on Thursday be-
the motor car X—154,
and driven by Rev. Man-
of the Christ Church Rec-
» and a movor lorry owned by
. Gooding of Gibbons and
Christ y Alva Thomas of Wilcox,

ch.

driven b;

Chur
| the left rear wheel, right
the

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front fender and head lamp of

were damaged and the
; serential broken. The fenders,
att head lamp and bumper of
car were extensively damaged.

TT FRONT WHEEL and rear
by ers of a motor car, owned
Beet Hinds of Bank Hall
dent were damaged in an acci-
Mg on Waterford Road at about
es 4m. on Thursday. The car
Beret by Joseph Clarke of
; Pr Also involved.in the ac-
S motor lorry J—131,
ase Lemon Arbor Factory,
San and driven by Charles
Seales of Newbury Road.

Wine GOING to Lower Es-

tate on Th a
Owned by Allen ursday, a horsa

George cs Armstrong of St.
front he 1 and broke its right

Tt was later shot.

cara BRIGADE under
ant Superintendent Grant
~~ to Lands End, Fontabelle,

‘ht when a small blaze

flan ;
Tse" “wp in a trash house about

This bla
Mothered ~”

Assis

however, was soon

A ®arpapos sips will cx-

Rage the ty pa
bag . e S. Navy in a
Y ket ball match tonight at the

“A, beginning at 7.30.

His Excellency, who soon after

MAUD FOSTER’
was broken so
the morning of Ja
rice were taken.
convinced tha

did the breaking, so
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2 Sentenced
To Servitude

Sentences of four y :
: ears’ pe
servitude and two y : ce

a. imposed on
an rnest Adoiphus Murr re-
spectively by His Honour ode:
ing Chiet Justice, Mr. G. L. Tay-
lor, at the sitting of the Court of
Grand Sessions. Morris was con-
victed earlier in the sessions of
inflicting grievous bodily harm on
Leon Elcock with intent. Evidence
for the Prosecution was that after
beating a Woman, Morris had,
without being provoked by Eleock,
taken a “steel knuckle” from his
cape a tag Eleock a cuff that
caused him to lose his right eye,

‘The Acting Chief titles told
Morris yesterday that he had
committed a very serious offence
resulting in the loss of an eye to
Elcock with a consequent lessen-
ing of the latter’s earning capacity.
His sentence would have been
heavier had he not taken into ac-
count his previous clean record,

Murrell on whom the two-year
sentence was imposed was con-
victed on Thursday of endeavour-
ing to obtain $210 by a forged
cheque.



Victoria Will Get
A 6-Foot Pavement

Preparations are now being
made for the erection of a six-
foot wiae pavement across ine
Victofia or Old bridge. ius
bridge is being extended so as
to prevent pedestrians crossing
the bridge from getting in the
way of vehicles travelling over
the bridge.

The pavement, which will be
built to the Careenage side, will
have its own hand rail and will
be independent from the roadway
for vehicles.

Opposite the Victoria Bridge, at
the corner of Bridge Street,
workmen were busy _yester-
day digging up the part of Pub-
lic Works Department yard which

was handed over to the Roaa
Board.
This half of the P.W.D., yara

will form a roadway and carry
a pavement in alignmeny with the
pavemént by the Fountain Gar-
den, which was formerly the
Trafatgar Bus Stand.

At this corner of Bridge Street,
the road will be widened and
the blind corner, which in the
past caused worry to motorists,
will be removed.

Owing to the widening of this
roadway, motorists will now be
able to get in and out of the City
more easily. As it is at present,
when trucks are unloading bags
of sugar to lighters in that area
they Impede the progress of
traffic and pedestrians.

They Did Not Use
The Traffic Lane

In spite of the four traffic lanes
in which pedestrians should cross
Broad Street, there has not yet
been any appreciable compliance
with the scheme. Broad Street is
still crowded with pedestrians
who walk in the streev’ and cross
anywhere but in the lane plainly
indicated by the studs.

Yesterday an “Advocate” re-
porter checked the Broad Street
scene from a position opposite
Messrs Cave, Shepherd & Co. He
discovered that between mid-day
and 1 p.m, four hundred people
passed the street on his side and
did not use either the pavement
or the traffic lane.

To confuse the
four men rode
through the lane.

On Thursday another “Advo-
cate” reporter checked the traf-
fic from the corner of Hutchin-
son & Co. and found that two
hundred people passed his side
in an hour and failed either to
use the pavement or the traffic
lane.

481 Have
Signed

Four hundred and eighty-one
people have now signed the Elec-
tric Consumers’ Association peti-
tion to be sent to the Governor.

Sixty-six people signed yester—
day. Only six were added to



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OF SHOP-BREAKING

ght of January 2 and

y yesterday were not
an, Garnet Garnes who

they acauitted him.

Then people in offices in
Coleridge Street locked ont

wonderingly, as Garnes surround.
ed by friends and relations set

vut for home, while an elderly
we member of his family
1€]

d him by the left arm, mean-
while Singing verses of hymas

tion of the Court all day.
Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor, pre-
sided. The case for the Crown
was conducted by Miss M. E

R'S small shop in Bonnetts, St. Michael,
me time during the ni

nuary 3 this year.
- But an Assize Jur
t it was ex-Army m

Salmon, sardines and

i earrs’ impris-|@"d citing portions of the Good

onment with hard labour were yes- | BOOK, like “If God is for us whe |
Rupert Morris| C8" be against us,”

The case occupied the atten-

His

Bourne, Acting Legal Draughts- |

man, while Garnes was de-

fended by Mr. W. R. Douglas

Chief witnesse; for the Prose-
cution were Maud Foster, James
Clarke and Fred Jones. Foster
told how she closed and secured
the shop about 9.30 o'clock oa
the night of January 2, and lefi
for her home in Bank Hall. She
left a lantern burning and at-
tached to a rafter, because her
son sleeps at the shop, and he
was not there when
about to leave.

She was awakened next morn-
ing by a policeman and taken to
Bonnetts where she found thet
the door of the shop had been
foyced. The articles mentioned
were gone. She was next taken
to the Sub-station at Britton’s
Hill where accused was in
custody. There she saw the
salmon and sardines and rice.

A Package

Clarke carried the story further
He said that he had been at
Jones’ home about a quarter miie
away from the shop taking
drink. They stopped drinking a
about midnight, and after taking
a walk around the neighbourhood
discovered that neither of them
had cigarettes. They decided to
go and get a package at Maud
Foster’s shop.

On arriving there they found
that they could see into the shop
through the half opened door
The lantern was burning with a
medium flame. Jones called out
for a package of cigarettes.

They saw a man dressed in a
brown beret standing behind the
counter. The man was dressed
in a shirt and pants, said Clarke,
but he could not see if he wes
wearing shoes. The man whom
he recognised to be Garnet
Garnes, familiarly known as
‘Bertie’ looked invo the glass case
and said there were no cigarettes
there.

He and Jones turned away,
went off for a distance of about
20 yards then turned back and
asked Garnes what he was doing
there. Garnes whom he _ had
known for about three years, anc
who always wore a brown beret
replied that he would soon show
them what he was doing there
and with that jumped through the
shop window and escaped by
way of a next door neighbour’
yard,

He and Jones went and told
another neighbour what had hap-
pened and then reported the
matter at the sub-station.
The Story

the search
accused was told by
Foster, Maud Foster’s son who
attended the Civic Fete in the
Park and reached the ‘shop about
2 pm. He joined Clarke, Jones
and members of the Police in
the search and eventually found

for the

Story of
Lione)

the accused at the sub-station
where he had gone voluntaril)
after he had heard that police

were looking for him.

Jones told the Court a_ stor)
somewhat similar to that 0:
Clarke. There were some dis-
crepancies, which Mr. Douglas in
his address to the Jury called
important, and which» Miss
Bourne described as trivial. —

Evidence for the prosecution
was also given by L/Sgt. Inniss
who was in charge of the sub-
station at the time, Cpl. Worrel!
and P.C. 351 Cumberbatch. They
gave routine evidence.

Evidence for Tie defgnce took
the form of an alibi. Accused’s
relatives swore that he did not
leave home that night, and that it
was only after he had been told
twice that police wanted him that
he went to the sub-station early
in the morning, voluntarily. His
witnesses were Merlese Wharton,
his reputed wife, Cyril Wason who
is friendly with his sister, Joseph
Spooner a man from the country
who sleeps at his home and John

Cole.
ABrown Beret _

Mr, Douglas addressing the jury
told them. the story for the Prose-
cution was weak. The Prosecution
depended on one thing—the brown
beret that Garnes always wore. It
was evidence which must leave
them in that state of reasonable
doubt, which according to the law

Thursday’s total of 384 at the Ad-| ould entitle the accused to an

vertising Department of
“Advocate,” but the votal at
Cave Shepherd rose from 14 on
Thursday to 61 yesterday. The
total at C. F. Harrison’s that stood
at 17 on Thursday was twenty
yesterday. Only ten have signed
at the Colonnade Stores.

ICFTU Support
N. Atlantic Pact

BRUSSELS, March 17.

The International Confedera-
tion of Free Trade Unions has
reached an agreement with the
International Trade Secretariats,
whereby the two organizations
will “work together as one Inter-
national Trade Union
ment”, Secretary General Olden-
broeck of the 1.C.F.T.U. told
a Press Conference here tonight.

He said the two organisations
would support the Atlantic Pact
and oppose Communist Sabotage
of Western war material. The



|

the acquittal.

; . 4
Miss Bourne replying denie

that ‘the Prosecution relied only on
the beret. Both Jones and Clarke

‘had said definitely that the man



|

|

|

move- |

|

Agreement has to be ratified by;

the General Councils of both
organisations. . :
Oldenbroeck said the I Cc Pee U
i 5 ~nbers from
grouped 50,000,000 mem ron
53 countries. The Confederatio
would hold a conference
Duesseldorf, May 22, and 23
discuss the Ruhr question, h

added.

e

—Reuter.

t
ind the counter was Garne
Sarnes whom both of them knew
well. : , \
The Acting Chief J ustice re
viewed the evidence putting to ~
Jury the case for the Defence an
hat for the Prosecution. aa pry 4
i little over ha 8
i sed hing their verdict.
ll sit again at 10

re

hour before reac
The Court wi

a.m. Monday.

Trinidad Baker
Found Dead

PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 17.
Neville Davis, 22, Port-of-Spain
baker, was found dead yesterday
morning stabbed with a penknife.
The police arrested a man on a
murder charge.
The dead man
a punctured lung.
Police reparts claim the incident
resulted from a quarrel that oc-

suffered from

she was |



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE







THESE TWO SAILORS and an “S.P.” Marine look very down
hearted. The sailors are on duty on the launch while the Special

Police does patrol duty.
the launch on shore leave,

Lime Juice U-S.FlagShip

Production
Will Profit

DOMINICA

IN DOMINICA, there are three

co-operat.ves engaged in process-

ing limes into lime oil and lime

juice. The
production

total value
in 1949 was

of the

in

Sgns of others to follow, Mr.
L. A. Roberts, Social Welfare
Officer of that colony told the

“Advocate” yesterday

He said that the lime co-oper-
atives secured for their members
last year higher prices than any
other producer received and apari
from lime, there is another
co-operative which is engaged in
distilling bay oil.

They are aiso about to embark

on a large road building pro-
gramme which would cost about
half a millign pounds. The
banana industry is developing

and bananas are being exported
to Ireland and it is expected that
the output this year will be about
34 million bunches,

Colonial Development Corpora-
tion has just come in and will
put up a hydro electric plant and
a fruit packing plant and have
recently acquired two estates for

the growing of citrus,

A new English firm has just
veen established and is putt ng
up a factory for theemanufacture
of candied citrus peal for canning
citrus juices.

Local food is in short supply
especially meat, but it looks as
though the long period of depres-
sion which the island has gonc
through is coming to an end ana
that would probably afford scope
.or certain new types of consumer
sudustries like tailoring estab-
ashments and a modern bakery,

The Social Welfare Department
which was established in 1945,
‘S progressing very satisfactorily,
it comprised Staff of two, a
wady assistant and himself and
eney cover the work of the entire
island,

a

Their principal activities ar.
-O-operatives, rural local govera-
ment, women’s clubs and mem-
ership on numerous committees

The scheme which is financea

4y Colonial Development ana
Welfare funds was for five years
in the first instance, but has just
been renewed for another five.
There is also a Poor Reliet
Board on which he is a member
and they also do some welfare
work in the Prison, but theif

great handicap is lack of staff.

He said that
ments are about to take place in
the economic life of Dominica
and when they have come about,
it is hoped to get the necessary
staff to cope with the welfare
work especially with regard to
a Probation Officer and a Co-op-
erative Officer.

Mr. Roberts who was
Barbados in 1947 for the Social
Welfare Officers’ Talks arrived
here last week for a short holi-
day and is stayjng at Indramer
Guest House, Worthing.

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The strange man _ surrendered | ¢ a
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Crowds gathered on the spot when
the news was received that a
man’s body was found lying in the
hills. Davis, not married, is Trini-
dadian born.—(C.P.)

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Arrives
AT 8.30 am. yesterday,

three high speed transports “U.S.S.
Klein-Smith”, “U.S.S. Burdo” and

“U.S.S. Carpellotti”, each having
a tonnage of 2,000 tons, were rid-

ing at anchorage in Carlisle Bay.

Today around the same time the

United States Amphibious Task
Force Flagship “Taconic” under
the command of Captain W. V.
Duertevmann will arrive with
three Rear-Admirals, a Lt.-Gen-
eral and a Major General of the
U.S. forces on board.

Among the three ships arriving
yesterday was a total of 37 officers,

590 enlisted men and 340 navy and

army personnel,

The “Klein-Smith” was under
Commander W, J. Rountree,
U.S.N., the “Burdo” under Lt.-

Commander Field, U.S.N., and the:
“Carpellotti’”’ under Lt.-Command- |

er G. G. Ball. On _ board
“Klein-Smith” was Captain
U.S.N.

This is the second visit of the
“Burdo” to Barbados. It was here
on March 6 last year among the
nine ships of Task Force 24 of the
United States Atlantic Fleet.

These vessels’ short stay at Bar-
bados will end at 8.30 a.m. on
Monday when they will start on
their return voyage to Norfolk,
Virginia.

the
Day,



“Stella Polaris”’
Will Arrive
ON MONDAY

ON ‘Monday the 2,747-ton lux-

ury tourist liner “Stella Polarts”
will pay its third visit to Bar-
bados since the 1950 tourisi
season began.

It was the “Stella Polaris”
which arrived on Thursday Feb-
ruary 19 to begin this year’s}

tourist season and with this ves-
sel’s arrival on Monday, the 1950
tourist season comes to a close.
The “Stella Polaris” is making
the usual cruise, that is, from

New Orleans via Havana, Port- |

au-Prince, Ciudad de Trujillo,
St. Thomas, St. Pierre, Fort de
France, Barbados, Grenada, Trin-

idad, Curacao, Cartagena and
San Blas to Cristobal From
Cristobal it sails back to New

Orleans.

On this cruise it is expected to

bring to Barbados about 165
passengers who will,
take every advantage of their 1?

hours’ stay here

no

The 1950 tourist season ends
with six calls from tourist ships |

—three from the “Stella Polar's”
two from the “IJtaléa’” and ons
from the “Mauretania”

Lorry And Cycle
Collide

While riding his bicycle M.388.
on Constituvion Road about 11.55
a.m. yesterday, Clairmont Wilson
was involved in an accident witl
the motor lorry M-762 owned by
H. F. Shearn and di.ven by
Golbern Herbert,

The front wheel and fork were
damaged. Wilson was not injured



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The cows begin their young ones on. . .

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Siamese
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PORT-OF-SPAIN

Trinidad first Siame
| Rita and Greta died last
four days after the moiher
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Lovell, said, “Death was expected

| by hospital authorities.”
‘mother died six days after th

birth, not knowing the condicio
| of her children.

The

The father is grieved at the sud-

den death of the twins.

Earlier this evening, he was as-

; sured by the nurse that there w:
; nothing to worry about, but
slight drop in temperature.
At 10 p.m. he received a

me

Sage about the death of the babies

45 minutes before.
| The twins are expected
buried this afternoon.—(C.P.)

“Lady Joy” Brings

Fruit







terday was motor vessel



crate of personal effects and

bicycle.

with fuel. First was the
vessel “Rufina” which arrived
Sunday and_ second

the “Cyclorama O”.

10/- For Indecent
| Language

| was imposed on Claudin
grave of Westbury Road yest

day by His Worship Mr. H

resisting Island Constabl
Hudson on January 9

She was also given
native of seven days’ im;
ment,



Of Soviet Farms

MOSCOW, March

The Soviet Government
iong statement broadcast early to
day by Moscow radio accused the
Communist Party and agricultural
authorities in several Soviet
regions of failing to make full use |
of farm development possibilities |
last year It also criticised ther
for not ensuring fulfilment

Grain and tractor delivery tas}
1949 .—Reuter,

25 YEARS AGO





cases of shoes, six tins of honey a

This makes the third vessel to |
call from Trinidad for this week

motor

Taima.

She was found guilty of usi
indecent language on Baxter
|} Road, a public highway

to be}

ARRIVING from St. Lucia yes-
‘Lady i
Joy” (46 tons net) which brought |

a cargo of fresh fruit, charcoal, }
cocoanut oil and posts gent of |
this vessel is Mr. D. L. Johnson,
THE 71-ton schooner “Cyelor- |
ama O” arrived from Trinidad on
Thursday with a cargo of 260
drums of gasoline, 120 drums of
diesolene, 20 drums of terolas, foui

| ||

was the
schooner “Providence Mark” | ||
whose arrival was on Wednesday
Messrs. Schooner Owners’ As- | }}
sociation are the local agents of

Full Use Not Made |

(Barbados ‘Advocate, March
18, 1925
PERSONAL
Hon, W. E. Jackson, C.M.G
Colonial Secretary, will be
on leave and will sail for Bn
on April 1
Mr. Jackson is one of the capa
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been favoured with in recent
| years.
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D Ries’ Power in leather case
hards & Son, Mc Grogor St j

oCH









eations for the above post

only.






REAL ESTATE
—_—_—_
FOR SALE AND REMOVAL

That part of the buildin,
i @ known as
hiner eae ‘an, Lower Broad Stree|

in writing will

by the Secretary of + érsign

to the 24th March. nari cmaee
For full particulars of the propert

and terms of conditions of Sale ann:

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LIMITED

H. D. BROWN?

16.3.50—~7n Secretar;



CAMELOT, Chelsea Road, standing on
app 12,600 sq. ft, solid wall Cottage
closed gallery, drawing room, 3 bedrooms.
each with running water, modern con-
veniences, several fruit trees enclosed
Apply to Mrs. E, Cole on premises from
4 to 6 p.m. except Sundays Dial 3391,





18.2.50—e.sa., t.f.n. |

_ At Prague

“BEULAH”, Hastings Road Very
pleasant and well placed small timber
bungalow with 3 bedrooms, enclosed
eallery, large ldunge, kitchen, pantry
and servants’ quarters. This property i
in sound condition and at the price
offered is well within the reach of most
harvers, DIXON & BLADON, Real Estat:
Agents and Auctioneers, Surveyors Plan-
tations Building, Phone 4640

18.3. 50—1r

“LEETON ON-SEA—Near Oictins. An
attractive seaside bungalow built righ*
onto sandy beach with excellent bathing
fecilities. There is a wide front verandah
extending the entire frontage 4 bedroom
‘3 with Basins) large lounge with cock-
tail bar. Kitchen, garage, servant's
ouarters. Enquiries invited, DIXON &
PLADON, Real Estate Agents, Auc-
tioneers and Surveyors Plantation
Building. Phone 4640. 18,3.50—1n

WANTED

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HELP

a

STENOGRAPHER: Experienced Sten-
ographer for work in Solicitors office
Hours 10 to 4. Apply in person io
R. S. Nicholls & Co., 151 & 152 Roepuck
Street. . 16.3.50—t.f.n

ASSISTANT STOREKEEPER: Appli-
should be
forwarded in writing giving references
and full details of past experience, age
and qualifications, Apply: P Via ide

-3.50—2n





EXPERIENCED STENO-TYPIST. Also
lady for Insurance Department with
knowledge of typing. Apply by letter
R. M. Jones & Company Limited

18.3.50—3n





MISCELLANEOUS

POSITION as Manageress or a
in Hotel or Club in Barbados or Jamaica
by English Lady, highly experienced
Reply to W. A. S. c/o Advocate.

5 17.3.50—8n





One LIQUOR LICENSE. See Hareld
Proverbs & Co., Limited, a Py ta



ENGLISH GENTLEWOMAN of inde-
pendant means, leaving Canada owing
to Exchange difficulties desirous post as

travelling companion or companion. Ap-
ply Edith Radcliffe, Canadian Bank
Commerce, Chemainus, Vancouver
Island. 14.3,50—hn.

——$—$_$_$_$__

TO BUY: House, Bungalow or Building
Site, SEA-SIDE, Hastings, Worthing or
St. Lawrence. Box 44, c/o Advocate
Co. 16.3.50—4n

CROQUET SET in conditidh
Phone 3973. 18.1.50—3n
ceeeteenerceennrmangnene aD
ARINDS, at the General Hospifi
ton isso. Written offers stating prte
offered per 100 Ibs. will be received }y
the Secretary up to 25th March, 199
The person whose offer is accepted
be required to have tamarinds picked

ioe 18.3.50—tn

good

PURCHASER requires immediately fuw-

St. Lawrence or
ticulars. No Agents Box.

cate Co. 18.3.50—1n

PUBLIC NOTICES

“225 easily earned by obtaining orders
for private Christmas Cards from
your friends. No previous experienc?
necessary, Write today for beautiful free
Semple Book to Britain's largest and
foremost Publishers; highest commission,

eee ee en ‘
LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE

i holder
THE application of Leon Inniss
of Liquor License No. 835 of 1950 errno’
to Jenetta Hall in respect of a board ar








| Shingle shop attached to residence at

k Hall, St. Michael, for permission
ee said Liquor License at a wall
building known. as Carter Bros. Baxters
Road, City.

Dated this 17th day of March 1950
To: H. A. TALMA, Esq
Police Magistrate, Dist












eertenes
will be consid-
0 at application to be held 2
Police Court, "i", 0n Monday



Payment Of Prizes

FIFTY (50) CASH, 6d. CON-
SOLATION, PARI-MUTUEL, 2/-
STAND SWEEP and FORECAST
will be paid on and from MON-
DAY, 20th MARCH, 1950, between
12.00 and 3.00 p.m. daily, SAT
URDAYS excepted.

HORSES and SERIALS will be
paid on and from MONDAY, 27th
MARCH, 1950. between the hours

tame 18.3.80—2n | above, SATURDAYS excepted
a d 4SBESTORS SMEETA A to! . ch
Rep Flat Sheets att. x ert, | G. A, LEWIS
Get Tavlor iy & ft: bends Secretary
te Wor Lid, Coleridge Street.‘ ._
19.3.50—8n 17.3.50.—3n.



| 14.3.50-—~t.f0n. |
Teer eaterticctimmeniedicie ae

Apply |
Lawrence, |

Dial 4322, Niagara Factory, |




ADS.



In Carlisle Bay

IN PORT: Sch













i Lochnivar S., Sch
Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch Mary M. Lewis
- WwW. nicia, Aux. Sch. Cachalot
V. Blue + Sch. B. M. Tannis, Sch
ina Mac, Sch. Zita Wonita, Sch. Cyril
Smith, Sch. Wonderful Counsellor
| Sch. Anita IL., Sch. Timothy A H. Van-
| Sluytms. sch. Frances W, Smith, Sch
Freedon ry, Sef “fartie Dove, Sch
Emeline, M.Vv 2. 3B Radar, Sch
| Laudalpha, Sch Phyliss Mark, Sch

| Providence Mark, Sch. Cyclorama O
* ARRIVALS
M.V. Lady Joy, 46 tons net, Capt. Par-



sons, from St. Lucia; Agent: D, L. John-
son, Esq.
U.S. High Speed Transport Klein-

CABLE and Wireless (West Indies)
Limited advise that they can now com-
municate with the following ships
hrough their Barbados Coast Stasior
_S.S. Abbedyk, M.V. Bonaire, S.S
Cavina, S.S. Pacific Liberty, SS. Cit-
tica, S.S. Rufina, S.S Mormactern, S.S
Loide Venezuela, S.S. Gascogne, S.S
San Veronico, S.S. Amastra, S.S. Cor-
wentes, S.S_ Golfito, S.S. Canadian Chal-
lenger, S.V. Mintaj, S.V Ustritsa,
S.S. Temple Arch, 9.S. Paludina, S.S,
Validemosa, S.S. Sun Valley, S.S. Ar-
gentina, S.S. Patella, S.S. S. Siwanoy
SS. Esso Hartford, S.S, Queen Ade-
laide, S.S. Aldecoa, SS Guifray, S.S



ARRIVALS—BY B.W.LA.
FROM TRINIDAD

_David Hall, Edward Chadee, Gwendo-
| line Nebenzanl, Kathleen Lovell, Frank
|Gomes, Angela Paschall, Maria Paschall,
Sharon Paschall, Gerald Paschall, Selwyn
Fraser, Barbara Evelyn, Donna Neben-
zanl, Dennis Atkinson, Charles Green-
idge; Edward Hopkins, Colin Tho:nas,
Eric Taylor, Charles Gooding.

Ice Hockey ©
Team Held |











PRAGUE, March 15. |

Police authorities were today
enquiring into the conduct of
three members of Czecnoslo-

a police station after an incident}
in a Prague bar last night. Play-
ers were reported to have ex-
pressed discontent over the team's

withdrawal] from the World
championship, and to have “mis-}
behaved.”

The team was due to fly to

London for the World champion-
ships on Saturday, but just before
their departure, was held back
by the Czech government on the
ground that British visas nad not
een granted to two Czech jour-
nalists who wished to accompany
them.

The official Communist news-
paper Rude Pravo in a _ long
article on the team’s withdrawal

from the London championships
said that what had happened
had taught Czechoslovakia 4

profound lesson about the capival-

ist legend of no politics in sport.
—Reuter.

vakia’s ice hockey team taken to}







Smith, 2,000 tons, Commander W. J
Rountree, from Norfolk, Virginia

U.S. High Speed T sport Burdo, 2,000
tons, Lt. Commander J. P. Field, from
Norfolk, Virginia

U.S. High Speed Transport Carpellotti,
2,000 tons, Lt. Commander G. G. Ball,
from Norfolk, Virginia

Scheaner Sea Queen, 10 tons net, Capt
Nelson, from St. Vincent; Agent: D. L
Johnson, Esq.

DEPARTURES

Schooner Adalina, 50 tons net, Capt
Flemming, for St Lucia; Agents:

Schooner Owners’ Association.

Schooner Hazel Scott, 30 tons net, Ca
Marks, for St. Lucia; Agents
Owners’ Association.

IN TOUCH WITH BARRADOS COAST STATION

Esco Linden, S.S
Alcoa Pilgrim,
Scripps, S.S. New Amsterdam,
Fort Amherst, S.S. Gibbes Lykke
Cabo Espartel, S.S Aleoa Ca
S.S. Alcoa Corsair, S.S. Esso
SS. Tiberius, S.S. Ringvilde. SS
hira, SS Orwell, SS aity/U
8.8 Yamanota, S3.S Amastra, §
Southern Countries, S.S. Alcoa Runr
S.S. Agnete, S.3. Casablsnca, 5S
Alcoa Pilgrim, S.S. Sunrell, S S
S.S. Sinehav, S.S. Esito, ©.S

S. Dolor

Edward
s




S.S. Lady Nelson,
Roxburgh Castle,.

M.V. Hughli, S

DEPARTURES—BY B.W.1LA.L,
FOR TRINIDAD

Mr. Ibrahim Degia, Mr, William Moor

Mrs. Olice Moore, Mr. John Wilks,

Paul Drake, Mr. Frank Barsotti,

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

pt

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Schooner

er,

s

s

re,

Mr
Mr

Oswald Soverall, Mr, Arlington Norcross,

Mr. William Bennett, Mr. Earl

Simms,

Mrs. Kathryn Simms,:Mrs. Deserie Burke,

Mr. Aubrey Burke, Mr. Van Waasdy/

k,

Miss Zena Gomez, Mr. Ramkesoon Ram-

jitsing.



Novices In

The Ring

A novices boxing tournamer
was held at the Modern
| School on Wednesday night ur
der the auspices of the Barbad«

results were as follow: —
1. Reuben Grimes (96 Ibs.
(96 lbs).

2. Cato Forde (80 Ib.)

Ibs) .

9. Darnley Bowen (150 lbs





Cricket Coach |
Returning To U.K.

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN. |
Mr. A. J. MelIntyre, who has
been ona _ cricket

gagement in the Colony is booked
to return to the U.K. by the S.S.
Amakura towards the end of the
month.

Mr. McIntyre arrived in the
Colony on October 29, 1949. He
has spent about 5 months in the
Colony. Asked about the stand-
ard of the Colony’s. cricket
grounds as compared with those in
England, he said the G.C.C. cricket
ground was as good, if not better,
than any in England, except Not-
tingham which boasts an excep-
tionally good wicket most of the
time.

He also praised the cricket
grounds of the B. G. East Indian
Cricket Club and the B.G.CC.,
except that their outfield is a bit
on the rough side as compared to
many English grounds,

coaching en- ]

knocked
| Moore
round,
| Major A. R. Foster, Commar
| der Beard and Mr. P. C
| were the judges, Mr. Mike
| ter, referee and
Lynch master of ceremonie:

Ortiz To
Fight Towel

Moor
in

out Norton
(150 Ibs.)



South African and British Empit
champion, here on May 13.

In a telephone call from Holly
wood today Max Kanter, repre



JOHANNESBURG, March 15.
Manuel Ortiz has signed |
defend his world batamweight

nt

High

1-

| Amateur Boxing Association. The

)

outpointed Richard Cutting

out-
pointed Denis Monerville (84

lbs) .

3. Ken Birch (110 lbs.) out-

| pointed Joseph Cutting (108
lbs) .

4. Thaddeus Woodroofe (118
Ibs.) won by t.k.o. from
Arnold Waithe (118 Ibs.)

5. Seibert Agard (120) Ibs.
outpointed Lester Thompson
(120 lbs.).

6. Alfrick Nurse (130 Ibs.)
drew with Martin Gill (130
lbs.)

7. Joseph Forde (127 lbs.) v.
Harold Lewis (128 lbs.) no
contest due to Lewis’ being
injured accidentally.

8. Lisle Yearwood (140 lbs.)

drew with Denis King (142

J

1st

Maffei
Fos-

Mr. L A

Heeuba, |
Freder
icksburg, S.S. Usodimare, S.S. Nidardal, |

oO}

t

championship against Vic Towe!

(

a

The standard of‘cricket in the |South Africa with a South Afri-

Colony added Mr. Mcintyre,
especially in batting, is fairly
high. What the colony needs
mostly at the present time, he
added, is a good leg spin bowler.

At the Colleges where he did a
lot of coaching, Mr. McIntyre
declared there is an abundance of
talent, only to be developed.

Mr. McIntyre who was accom~
panied by his wife, is a profession-
al cricketer attached to the Surrey
Club as wicket-keeper-batsman.

He made two centuries in the
last English season against War-
wickshire and Kent and dismissed
94 batsmen behind the sticks.





Public Notices=—Contd





NOTICE

PARISH OF ST! JAMES
Tenders will be received by the under-
signed up to Monday 20th March 1950 for
1. Conveyance of Paupers,
2. Burial of Paupers ;
Forms of tender may be camnee from
Sarochial Treasumer's ice
=. * " P. H. TARILTON,

can as a contestant.

|
|

jsentative of the Johannesburg}
promoting body, said that Ortiz}
has signed a contract to fight
Towel in the Union and ha
agreed to put his world title
stake.

This will be the first Worl
championship fight staged

Ortiz was offered £10,000, by|

the promoters of the contest.
—Reuter,



Dope Horse
Disqualified

PARIS, March

Antin 17, winner of the £1,5(

Prix de Paris trotting race, has} j

been disqualified on the grounc
that the horse was doped,
Son Pet Fils, which
second, was given the race
The Prix de Paris was run
Vincences on February 12.

Trainer Francois Tournier, who|

0

and
finished}

al

denied all knowledge of the dop-
ing, was fined £15, and his train-

ing licence suspended until June)

15th,

Although tests have not
is the first time that a
horse has been disqualified

doping in France.—(Reuter.)

Clerk, Board of Guardians

St James
17.3. 50—3n

Barbados Clerks’ Union

AGENDA:

al General Meeting
The Annua at 8 p.m





of the

rks’ Union will be held
a THURSDAY 23rd March 1950 in
Y.M.C.A, Hall
Minutes
3 To receive the Report of the Ex
ecutive Committee, for 1949—50

t i

3. To receive and adopt the financia
statement for the year ending 26th
February 1950, which may be seen
on application to the General Secre-
tary

4. Election of Officers, members of the
Executive Committee, a Trustee and

an Auditor ‘ : eee acl
Te o ider notices of motions and

+ See with Rule

questions in accordance
18 (2)
6. Any other business




N.B (Notice of motions
questions te be considered
‘ General Meeting mu
Se not le seve
efore € € é s



Mails for Grenada by the
Lochinvar S., will be closed
General Post Office as under

Parcel Mail, Registered
Ordinary Mail at 9 a.m
Mareh 1950

Mail
TO-DAY

| MAIL NOTICE

been
made regularly for 25 years, this;
trotting
for



|

|

| CASTOR OIL

Castor Oil is widely wea out cm
be--informed people use Allenburya
it's ABSOLUTELY PURE

CR rails from ah Chernists, teres, ~



ired and guarantee
burys Ltd L



Full particulars later
it

and
18th











COLLEEN ASHBY smiles as she receives the Champion Cup from :
Mrs. O'Mahony for her house, Elizabeth. ‘It is a-smile of delight,
for Elizabeth had a grim struggle in beating down her eager rivals.

_ ROOSEVELT STARTED
| THE ATOM AGE

@ From page 1. out, and, incidentally, we had lots
° of fun together as we always do.
learning vhe trith.”

President Truman said the
Roosevelt letters would furnish
a rich source of material for an
interpretation of one of the most
momentous periods in America's
history.

In message, Truman said:
“Some other officials of the period
| have contributed their papers to
augment this collection’. I trust
that many others will come for-
ward and add their papers to this
collection in order that we may
have the means for a fuller un-

erstanding of these years.

In a world where millions are



It took one and a half years tc
catalogue the 5,000,000 letters.
—Reuter.

a



The Schooner “Timothy A

H

accept Cargo
for Demerara,
18th March

Vansluytman” will
and Passengers
sailing Saturday,

The Schooner “Lochinvar Ss"
will aceept Cargo and Passengers
for Grenada, sailing Saturday, 18th
March.





mr The M.V. “Daerwood” will
living under the horrors of Com- accept Cargo and Passengers for
nunist torture and terror this ac- St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Grenada,
tion we are taking is a simple Aruba, date of sailing will be

. 2 Riven.
indication of the faith of demo- The Schooner “Wonderful Cou
‘racy in truth, sellor” will acoept Care
Under Communist or totalitarian Passengers for St. Lucia

: : Sat ,

state these papers would either Tet see

B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS'
ASSOCIATION (INC.)
Consignees,

be destroyed or laboriously writ-
ten to the wish of the trusted and





perverted dogmas of a few un-
principled rulers,
In America we believe in full







and free access to knowledge, for
knowledge is the strength of
democracy”,

Two days before Pearl Harbour

on December 5, 1941—Roose-
velt asked Wendell Wilkie, the
man he defeated in the 1940
Presidential Election, to make a



of the country.

“The situation is definitely se- HOMEWARD FOR

ward progress against the Phil-;
lippines, Dutch Indies or Ma-
laya or Burma,

“Perhaps the next four or five
days will decide the matter’.
hey did. Roosevelt later wrote
a carbon of the Wilkie letter:





on |
“This was dictated Friday morn-

j}ing—long before this vile atteck |
| stared Pia Ra

Wilkie Never made the trip.





HARRISON

OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM





Move Higher

LONDON, March 17.
With activity in domestic issues
reld in check by political uncer-
tainty as a result of Britain’s re-
ent “razor edge” Election, in-

today was
stocks.

Rubber shares were in demand,
and moved higher in an active
market, and there was good and
ipparenjly ‘unsatisfied inquiry
for oil shares. Most issues in bocn
sections were wanted, and ended
the week on a_ strong note.
Speculators were giving some at-
ention to foreign bonds and rails.
German loans showed — useful!
gains, while among rails there
was marked firmness in Manila
A and B debentures.

Domestic issues were neglected
and tended lower. Fractional de-
clines were shown by the British
Government funds, and there were
many falls of a few pence in in-
dustrials. Trading in these issues
was expected to remain small in

confined to overseas

United Kingdom Budget Day.
Short term bulls were unloading
in Kaffir market. Prices eased af-
ter an initial firmness, . following
Union’s “no change” Budget. So
some free staters, however, were
firm on a good borehole result.
—Reuter.

RUGBY RESULTS

» March 16.
Results of rugby union games yester-
jay North Midlands 8, The Army 8 (tie);
joyal Navy Engineering College 4%
P.ymouth Albion 6; Edingburgh Acade-
ov'ecals 6, Oxford University 0; Royal Air



Poree 11, Civil Service 5; Abertillery 3,

Neath 3 (tle): (C.P.)



SHIPPING NOTICES

MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW
ZEALAND LINE LIMITED
(M.A.N.Z. LINE)

M.V. “KAIPAKI" is due to arrive at
| Trinidad from Australian ports on 26th

March

| S.S. “DEVON” is scheduled
| Melbourne March 16th, Sydney
{25th, Brisbane March 3ist,

| Trinidad April 27th

s.s. "Cc OF DIEPPE” sails Adelaide
April 18th, Melbourne April 28th, Sydne
|Pn 8th, Brisbane May 13th, arriving
|
|
}
|
|
|
|

to
Maret
arriving

sail



Trinidad June 9th.
These vesselg have ample space for
chilled hard frozen and general cargo
Cargo accepted on through bills of
| londing with transhipment at Trinidad
for British Guiana, Barbados, Windward
} and Leeward Islands.

For further particulars apply
DaCOSTA & CO. LTD.,
Agents: Barbados
| FURNESS WITHY & CO. LTD.,

' Agents; Trinidad.

LINE



D
goodwill tour of New Zealand and Vessel. From Leaves ieheden.
Australia as a White House Re-
presentative, S.S. “ATLANTIAN” . . Liverpool 8th Mar, 23rd Mar.

To Wilkie he wrote: “I think] S.S. “COMEDIAN” . London i4th Mar. rd Mar.
both of us should be extremely|S.S. “STATESMAN” ..Glasgow 24th Mar. ‘th Apr.
careful if you do go, lest it be|}S.S. “MEGNA” ‘s .. London 25th Mar. 10th Apr,
said that I am sending you ous) S.S, “OREGON STAR” .Liverpool 28th Mar, llth Apr,

UNITED KINGDOM.

rious and there might be an

E ; Vessel. For Closes in Buebados
armed clash at any moment if a5 oan 1 ‘
the Japanese continue their’ for-| 5-5. “TEMPLE ARCH .- London 25th Mar,

For further particulars apply to
DA CUSTA & co., LTE. ~Agents.

Ya He Sr





A letter from vhe Casablanca é ee
nference in January, 1943, told SOUTHBOUND Pannen then yy
| King George VI: “As for Mr. Name of Ship Sails Arrives
Chure i myse nee not . ; Halifax Barbados
t porengr berg nyout, $ aes tl | S/S “ALCOA PILGRIM” March Sth Mareh 19th
tell you that we make a perfectly, | S/S “ALCOA PENNANT” Marvh 22nd April Ist
matched team in harness ane) Sailing every two weeks.
Oo NEW YORK SERVICE
Sails Arrt
It’s New York Barbados
; §.S. “BYFJORD” April 7th April 17th
“HIGH TYME” i 8.8. C. J. THULIN March 17th March 27th
, i
i NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
f 3 haven't got Sails Arrives
GAS for Cooking New Orleans Barbados
That you had it 8.8. “ALCOA ROAMER” March 22nd April 6
Have you seen the §.S. “ALCOA RUNNER” Feb, 22nd. March 4th,
latest Gas Cookers? 8.8. ALCOA RANGER March 8th March 26th

NOT SEE THEM

t your Gas Show-room, Apply: DA COSTA & CO



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ANNOUNCEMENT

)
{
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| First Annual

Hair Style Show & Dance i;

(In aid of Charity)

at

DRILL HALL, GARRISON |
on

FRIDAY, MAY 5th, 1950 }

at 8.30 p.m.

Keep date open













'\| KEEP THIS DATE
OPEN
JUNE Sth
LOYAL BROTHERS OF

Jc THE STARS
ANNUAL

CARNIVAL
AT

QUEEN'S PARK






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Reading Room > ie

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Hours :

oe

Fridays,
10 a.m.—12 o'clock
Saturdays,

St this Room the Bible end

the Christian Selence text-book,

Selence aod Wealth wika Key ta

the Scriptures by. MARY BAKER

EDDY my be reed, borrowed,
or purchased

4 Visitors Are Welcome ’
PFI ewwewwe

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p Booking Office:

Lower Broad Street,





and make your connaction

at
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IVORY, ETC.
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“CHURCHILL” ~~

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roughly 10,000 sq. ft.

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On

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ANNESBi
The Austratians
last. maich of their
tour here today by dismissing a
South African Xi for 49 Fruns-
lowest total registered agaitist the
tourists. When bad light brought
play to a premature end they had
replied with 137 for 4 wickets
Sent in by Arthur Morris on a
damp, treacherous wicket which
gave the ball an irregular lift,
vhe South African batsmen fell
quick victims to Bill Johnston, Ray



Lindwall, Keith Miller and lan
Jonson. Top score was 11, by
7 Mansell

Bill Johnston took 4 for 14.

Lindwall 3 for 12, and Miller 2 for
11,

Ian Johnson’s one wicket for 1)
runs brought him to the 100
wicket mark for all matches op
the tour, including minor matches.

The wicket was. still trick y
when the Australians went in,
and they ‘ost three wickets for

62. Visions of a collapse were dis-
sipated by Nei) Harvey, who mde
55 in 70 minutes, including one
six and four fours, and added 72 |
wit Sam Loxvon (27 not out) for |
the fourth wicket.—Reuter.



Barbadian Plays
For Swinton

Oscar Morris of Westbury Road
will be leaving the island on
Tuesday by vhe S.S. “Gascogne”
for England where he will start
his contract with the Swinton
Cricket Club .in the Lancashir¢

and Cheshire League. He signed
the contract in November last
year while he was with the
Merchant Navy in England
Morris is a medium -to fast

bowler and Swinton Club is look-
ing forward to much from him



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Japan Cannot Send |
Representative |

TOKYO, March 15
The International Olymft
Committee has decided that Ji
pan cannot send a representativ«
to the Committee's meeting
Copenhagen May 14 it
learned here. The questior
Japan’s participation in the 19
Olympics at Helsinki is du
be settled at the meeting
—Reuter



on

tek vita.

A CLASS JUMPERS, Vinci

School
Div. I's
and over

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effort (4 ft

yesterday

6 ins.) Botte



C.B. Clarke May
Play Against W.1.

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
LONDON, March 17,

The first official match of the
West Indies Tour of England this
year will be against Club Critics
Conference XI at Kingston, Sur-
rey, on Friday, April 28.

Two days later, the tourists will
play a game against the
West Indian Community,

Likely to be ineluded in
London West Indies side
Leary Constantine and C
Clarke. It is undersiood
Alan Rae will not be claimed,
even though he has reside:tial
qualifications.—(By Cable)

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ERNESTER NORVILLE is seen in the lead as she dashes to the tape to win the 220 yards Div. 1

flat race at St. Michael Girls’ School yesterday.

of a deer-like swiftness which gained her easy wins.

At St. Michael’s Sports

SHORT and

lithe,

Ernester

Norville,

the

Victoria

sprinter, won the 80 and 220 yards flat races yesterday to
carry off the Class I honours when the St. Michael’s Girls’
School held their annual Athletic Sports.

Close fini

shes in all

races and the general energy and | glide.
The Champion House cup was

spirit

the innate
sprinter plus
ation which

firm. Many parents and school
children attended the meet. Mrs.
O'Mahony, wife of the Chiff
Medical Officer, distributed the
prizes. Mr. D. A. Wiles, Public
Librarian, addressed the gather-
ing.

Champions of Division two and
and

three were

|D. Clarke

The breath-taking event of the

displayed
keenness of the competition, It was
born
determin-
vhe
forefront of all her sprint events

The evening
was light wind and the track was

illustrated
touch of the
grit and
sent Norville in

was sunny,

Zanette Millar

there

the:

the |
}won by



\

meet was the Intermediate high
jump. VeRileyne and M. Robin-
son eventually tied off for the
first place. Alleyne and Robinson}
scaled 4ft. 94ins. to beat

seniors’ effort of 4{t 6ins. Short
and of stocky build, Alleyne put
much stamina in the jerk before
the leap over Tall and supple

Alleyne (top left) and M
(right) cleared the bar at 4 ft. 9% ins to win the St. Michael Girts’

Div
ym. picture

These

Amateur Boxing

II girls invalidated

IN BG.

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent

British Guiana’s Amateur Box-
ing Champions lived up to their
reputation on Monday

and pounded
over

their opponents in a
up” for the Caribbean Champion-

GEORGETOWN

out points

Ships next month

Cleveland

ion; Claude
Desmond
weight

Bertram Ha
weight Class.



Time

Shepherd
Calvin
Kenneth Simon in the lightweight
class; and Adrian Garraway beat
Welter-

Bagot beat
Meausa
in the
Garraway

try in the






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Robinson



shows Robinson—up

afternoon
victories
“tune

Henry
Cuffie in the Bantamweight divis-
outpointed
fly
beat



Elizabeth,

the

the flat Robinson had a smooth graceful

house

which possesses a galaxy of spirit-
ed young athletes. The House Cups |June and return by the same boat

Anne

|} went to
| Division, Anne

Victoria

carried

off

the

in the Senior
in the Interme-
|diate and Boadicea in the Junior.
Senior

Jumping cup with a height of
4ft. 6ins. a poor showing against
the
9sins,

For
evening

Intermediate height

an

held for

Athletic

Sports,
the visitors

of 4ft

the

high degree of humour. To watch
the
Race, Potato Race, Egg and Spoon
Race, Obstacle Race and Costume

informal

races,

the

Sack

|Race, gave much pleasure to the

crowd,

For the Potato Race, agility
was needed, for the Egg and
Spoon, steady nerves and bal-
ance while the Obstacle de-
manded coolness plus speed.

Gweéeneth Forde, now of
Queen’s College won the Old
Girls’ Race, touching the tape
yards in front of her rival Shiela
Rice, also of Queen’s College

Ist G

Following are the events

Eve
Norville

nt No,

Agard;

Blackman

Ist Boadecia;



\ a

Event No. 3—Wheoibarrow Race (Open)
ard Victoria

Event No, 6—Esg & Spoon Race—1l &
3rd M. Mor-

2nd

12: Ist P, Tate; 2nd Francis
gan
Event No. %3—Balancing
| Under:
| K. Watson

Anne;

1—80 Yards--Div. 1;
2nd B. Graham
Event No, 2-80 Vards—Il & 12 Years :
2nd M.

3rd C

Howard;

Fwent Noa, 4-80 Vards—Div. II Ist Z

| Millar; 2nd V. Walton; 3rd L. Jones
Event No. %—80 Yards—i0 & Under:
Ist P. Sealy; 2nd D. Clarke; 3rd C. Hunte.

Eveat No. 8-220 Vards—Diy. 1:

T

Event



ton
Event No. 20—Costume Race—(Open)
3rd Jackson
Race



2nd R. B

Gill; 2nd P

No, ti—Old

veneth Ford 2nd

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‘ No. 9—Pelato Race—Junior Ist
J. Blackman; 2nd W. Springer; 3rd I
G on
fvent No. 10—Exg & Spoon—10 &
| under Ist P. Holder; 2nd L. Licorish;
rd C. Hunt
Event No, 1l—Sack Race—-(Open): Ist
A. Young; 2nd I. Marshall; 3rd M, Holder
Event No. 12—High Jump—Div, I: Ist
M. Branker; 2nd M. Armstrong, M. Cado-
). Murray and M. Chandler Height
: 6
Event No, 18—High Jump . H—Ist
\leyne anc =M tobinsc G
I 1 A. Marshal
Event No ti—High Jump—Div. UI:
King; 2nd W. Springer J
ward Height 4 ft ins
Event No. 15—1 Yards—Diy. II Ist
I J e 2nd Z. M 3rd V. Alleyne
Event No, 16—Potato Relay, Jnr. : Ist |
I. Blackman; 2nd S. Howard; 3rd P. Tate. |
Event No, 17—Relay—Div. L: ist Eliza- |
be 2nd Victoria; 3rd Anne |
Event No, 18— y—Div. I: lst Eliza- |
« 2nd Anne Soadicea }

1%—-Obstacle Race—(Open) :

thwaite



The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 6.07 a.m.
Sun Sets: 611 p.m.

March 18

Lighting: 6.30 p.m.

High Water: 3.42 a.m., 3.49
Rainfall (Codrington) .06 ins
Total for Month to yester-
Temperature (Max,) 84.5° F
Temperature (Min.) 71.5° F
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.,
Wind Velocity: 12 miles per

Barometer (9 am. 30.034,

p.m,

YESTERDAY

day: .84 ins,

(3 p.m.) E.

hour

(3 p.m.) 29.967

Ist E
Elliss.

3rd J,

Race—l6
Ist D. Clarke; 2nd S. Leach; 3rd

|

|

Ist |
Rice ird |

«|

Norville, also winner of the 80 yards, was possessed

'Norville Class 1 Champ |Seven Needed |

For Bisley
Meeting

THE Barbados Rifle Association
will shortly select a tedm of seven
marksmen to represent the colony
and the West Indies at the Im-
perial Rifle Meeting at Bisley,
England in July.

The team will leave Barbados
by the S.S. “Golfito” on the 22nd

early in September. The Bisley
meeting starts on July 10th and!
continues for two weeks. Each of
the four colonies, Trinidad, British
Guiana, Jamaica and Barbados,
Piet to send teams of seven. In
his way each colony will be able
to field a team for the colonial
events as well as a team, to be
selected at Bisley, to represent the





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Mr. K. S. Yearwood .... 100
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Mr. D. R. Edghill .... 97
W. A. Richardson ... 97
{ 99 Sat RO ssc id gente wie 97
| go Fe CARE 6 iis cer eins os 96

Members are asked to note that
practices will continue as usual.

Savannah Club Tennis
Tournament

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS
Ladies Singles y
Mrs. A. A. Gibbons beat Miss D.
Austin 6—3; 6—4.
Miss A. Lenagan beat Miss Ena
Bowen 3—6; 10—8; 6—4.
Miss E. Worme .lost to Miss A
}Lenagan 6—8; 5—7.
Men's Singles
Toppin beat C, R. Packe
4; 6—2.
Mixed Doubles
Mrs. J. Connell and Mr. J. W.
McKinstry lost to Miss D. Wood
and Dr. C. G. Manning 2—6; 1—6.
TO-DAY’S FIXTURES °
Ladies’ Singles



H. L.

6---8; 6



Mrs. D. Worme vs. Miss L.
| Branch.

Miss I. Lenagan vs. Miss D.
Wood.

Men’s Singles
W. Crichlow vs. F. D. Barnes.
Ladies Doubles

Mrs. G. D. Bynoe and Miss D

Austin vs. Mrs. A. A. Gibbons and |

Miss Ena Bowen. :
Mixed Doubles
Mrs. Perkins and Dr. ee
Edwards vs. Mrs. P. McG. Patter-
son and R. S. Bancroft.










o i ior onic . .
West Indies in the senior events. Belleville Tennis
The Rifle Association has al-|
ready asked twelve members if in | Tournament
the event of their being selected|MIXED DOUBLES HANDICAP
they would be able to make the | —FINALS.
tour. The following are the Mr. & Mrs. D. E, Worme—15,
twelve invited from which the} beay Mrs. Bancroft & Mr. P. Pat-
seven man team will be selected: | terson—40, 6—3, 9—7
Lt. Col, J. Connell, Major J.| B.B.C. RADIO
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Capt, J. R. Jordan, Capt. C. R. dene a.m. Ro Noyes. ay n ore
| Analysis. ‘ » am, Acco eon nterlude
E. Warner, Capt. S. Weather- 1.30 a.m. An expedition to the Islands of
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The Governments of all four! Commonweaith, 12.55 p.m. Interlude
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