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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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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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Thursday

OUR E

Belgium Without
A Government
Extremely Grave

BRUSSELS, March22,
_ without a Government and with bicecr sirtkes
hreatened, faced a crisis tonight over the issue of King
’s return.

ething Must
» Done About

| WL Sugar
, {| A secret session of ministers of
HARRISON state—Belgium’s 2homnen. Privy

te Correspondent) | Council—was
LONDON, Jan. 22. “The situation in the count





+! M. Gaston Eyskens, Catholic
Caretaker-Prime Minister, aban-
doning his efforts to solve the 10-
be Royal problem, had resigned.
|

fi

The 80-year-old Catholic veteran
leader, count Henri Garton De
Wiart, Minister without portfolio,
had taken over his efforts to form
a new government.





Bp Maurice Webb, Food Min-|is extremely grave” Eyskens told |

js to be asked on Monday | reporters tonight.
will make arrangements for “Therefore, it is perfectly normal

other products from | that the Regent as head of State!

Indies to be exchanged | should seek the advice of th

sufactured goods and food- | ministers ot State, who form the |
trom the United States and|country’s supreme consultative |

No monetary transac- | body”.
would be involved, the Count Carton De Wiart would

grrangement being carried | “carry on the inquiry mission in |
na barter basis. the same spirit as I did and in|

- will be put for-| accord with me”. |
ty Mr. James Harrison, Senator Count Carton De Wiart, |
for Nottingham, who |} commented: “The country should |

pe to-day. “the extraordin- | get bacic on the constitutional rails.
gmomic situation in the} “This, as far as i am concerned
Mndies can only be overcome | means the return of the King,”

me extraordinary solution.”
explained that Trinidad was Notabilities
ime exception. “Trinidad is
only West Indian colony, He described the ministers of
can hope for and maintain | state as ‘not merely notabilities

mic sufficiency,” he said,| but honoured statesmen, to whose |

B4or the remainder of the | experience and wisdom the chief

ite,” moments of national life

} Harrison told me he was The ministers, drawn from the |
uib- |



g forward his suggestion be- | three main parties—Catholics, I
the “only thing that is cer- | erals and Socilalists—are not mem-
about West Indian problems | bers of the Cabinet. They form a
something has to be done.” | consultative body to advise the
explained that the idea] head of State in an emergency.
not necessarily involve a Members include Count Hubert



two way switch. It would | Pierlot, war time Premier, and M. |
y have to be worked out | Henri Spaak, Socialist ex-Premier. |

Britain, Canada, America, M. Spaak had earlier appealed

West Indies on a multi-|to the King to abdicate in favour |

basis. But it would help of his son, 19 year old Prince
dea measure of security | Baudouin. Liberal opinion—hith-

islands and at least—main- | erto divided on the issue—was!



certain standard of living.
pilé guard against unemplcy-

pold’s return,

bi-lingual Brussels
general strike pli

Maid he was well aware that
M purchased the majority
fsugar from Cuba, but he
i out that at the same time
ted States were facing a

Where foodstuffs, par-
ly, Would become glut on
market, and any efforts to
fe that situation would be
| received.



dustrialised south More than
300,000 workers are to take part
Last night the Libe
i by Wi re ly to a Gov-
J with this proposal, Mr, | they would adhere on
on, who has ey figured ernment of “national concord and
ienily in debates on Com- | appeasement”. —
ealth affairs is to ask Mr. For the Socialists, the only solu-
what recent diminution of | tion is King Leopold’s abdication
of sugar from the Em- in favour of Prince Baudouin.
d Commonwealth sources |







s been, and for what | to become a “popular Republic”
s’—(By Cable.)

Contradictory Advices



hi informed quarters said here today,
wocate Correspondent) He is’ receiving telephone call
GETOWN, B.G., March 22. gilt caer from Brussels.
r Alice concluded her} " gome of them urge the King to
British Guiana, boarding abdicate “in two stages, if not im-
Bee Sparrow at 8 p.m.| mediately”. Others exhort him to
einesday. She sails at “hold fast and only abide by the
ptoday for Trinidad. Ip| decision of Parliament.”

WF of her visit, the Govern- Today the National Committee

M declared Thursday a holiday!of the General Federation of
primary schools. By Cable. @ On Page 3

Â¥0.4.C. Recommendations
| Believed Workable





0ss section of the community interviewed by the Advo-
Wp’ yesterday, expressed their belief that the federal con-
Bettion as proposed by the Standing Closer Association



PH AMittee is workable. One called it “ as good as any

nation.” ,
some years

hee ae schoolmaster of
se Nationalists |. 4 30 ie proposec

standing said eee oat
iy , federal set-up is an excellent Stat
Withdraw for the area towards a self-Gov-

erning Dominion

FORMOSA, March 22, It provided a _ basis, NM oes
ationalists to-day offi-| from which those who desired
inced their withdrawal] something better could work. As

»*,completion of its| he saw it, the proposed legislative

a. part of the force. set-up of the various units would

Week raided the main-|y;emain, but over and above thi

Seized Sungmen, 200 there would be the Central Federal
with the big
defence,

of Shanghai,
Spokesman said other |
of the force had infil-|

Chamber to deal
questions like — finance,
international relationships ete:

the Communist The constitution which was
set-up,

Pfr guerilla activities.



based on the Australian

—Reuter. ‘ne as good.as any for an aspir-
. as as good as an} :
| wee af 8 nation of twelve
by

‘ee, jing West Indian

units which were separated

\
Yellow Fever * ide spaces

q

Transportation
roll due to epicemic culty but the

* er in southern Bolivia | composed of

4 7 olivian authorities |of the its, wa
2, iS greater than that |®@n_excelient

Argon D8 to announcement} He ended
h, tina Minister of Public | tant future I believe

A Difficulty
BPENOS AIRES, March 22, est







-~ Ramon Carillo | West, rhe Pa 9 a
h der ares ast | + has done re i
feof sercuntered oh capes, senting tne roposea nstit
— authorities = gg [ee : ststowl businessmal
a rmation — id not dis-} A Speightstown ly tl

for fear of|said that Trinide was ea>m)



mE Deople " ; the admi
ee He said that] most suitable head oe Cero
anner i; hich
idem i, ~~ ih which
eM A. recently
“Tgentiy ‘
ity se ine he
mM hay, mene ry easure the ‘ ,
eet 300 ony 2
s 3,” ss T r 1€ was ne
wove sala
—Reuter. | @ On Fage »



om Rarbados

Sec







called for tomorrow. |



bean, the economic position | of state resorts in grave or critical

Cunard entering Government House

800 electrica His Excellency

Bidault

Offers
5% Rais

| Premier Georges Bidault
ticularly in the sugar|” Belgian Socialists, in the latest|broadcast the general
.and obviate the need #7 | move of their anti-Leopold cam-|Which the Government
pthe. West Indian produc- paign, sought today to extend toto settle wage claims, whi
: the 24 hours|involved work sto
inned in. the /'sectors
French-speaking south on Friday.|for the

Socialist members of Parliament | weeks.
will lead anti-iieopold marches|
through the streets of Liege, Mons|five per
and Charleroi, centres of the in-|plus fwo or three per cent

consumers

Verdict Against
Seretse Not
To Be Published

M.P’s. Ask For. Debate

LONDON
A new storm threatened Britain’s Labour
over the banishment for five years from
of Seretse Khama, 27-year-old chief designate of th
Bamangwato people,

reported hardening against Leo-)

National economy

June onwards The Governme
June onwards,





sala



Several private

SPORTS
WINDOW

‘ of the 1949 Knockout
competition play their first fixture

Ruth Williams, at



and other men
has called for

The Communists want Belgium
Government

The Labour Union
quiry, which probed t
}ship dispute in

tribe of Bechuanal
jly advised Britain

strike lassitude
will, observers believe
of them to agree to settlements

* a Meanwhile, King Leopold is
4 CE Al under a heavy fire of contradictory
1 SS ICE advices at his lakeside villa at
: VES B.G. Pregny near Geneva, usually well-

Pickwick-Rovers
t First Division
Wilkes, Gaines Master

at Kensington in





Persia Gov't
Resigns

| Commission



Club Tenhis
YESTERDAY'S
Persian Go\ Men's Singles
Mohammad
| port and for bannin

|his white wife from
Bechuanaland
Certain argument
in the report, and views

Mixed Doubles

was officially announced ,
ap on Edwards beat Mrs



mier Ali Mansur, at present head a
Mrs, G. D, Bynoe and C, de L
Inniss lost to Mrs.

Organisation, to form a new Cabi-

Worme and J
» Worme and ¢

Government

Premier Saed firs’ presented his |
Cabinet’s resignation on March 19)
when the Shah
Government

selves, the ‘White

Misses Lenagan

The Report

Mixed Doubles Handica
or for an aspiring West Indian .



Manning—40 beat Miss P. Wilson the report would be quot

TO-DAY'S FIXTURES” out its being made

U.K. Welcomes
U.S. Gift Planes

ENGLAND,

Patterson ys. D. I s Government

O'N. Skinner have decided that



er
‘Government

Mixed Doubles Handicap ; "
i categorically that the

Leage and C
. Gibbons and J

being given to Britain under
United States Military
gramme—landed here to-day

A Mi against the recognition of
Air Minister,

“Tt expressed its belief that ir

| circumstances
from the Bechuanal
jate was essential to the
good order of the Bamangwato re-
serve, and that a period of direc
rule would be in the |
}of the Bamangwato

Henderson
nd Protector-j|
instruments



| Nation
special

conformity
the United Nations.” : $57 MILLION FOR F.B.I. |
Major General Leon W. J
, WASHINGTON, March 23,
Committee

Houses of Representatives | former regent of the tribe
passed without question the | opposed his nephew's marriage |
1,000,000 budget of the Federal |his white wife, (Ruth William:
; should not be permitted t
to the reserve,”

@ On Page :

The Princess Says Thanks

LONDON, March 22.
Elizabeth, Prime Min-
ster Clement Attlee and Opposi-







Investigation,





PROPOS



in London for Commonwealth and
American students

3



expression of thanks for food par- | se
1ounler



£ 780,000,000 sent

“Thank You” of the Commonwealth

Princess Elizabet!



wedding gifts

),000 National “Thanks- | |



of London to be used
residential

eect inet CD ett Nt

PLOSIONS ROCK ROME

COMMUNISTS ATTEMPT

Sa

Aduowate



———



TO WRECK ITALY

Duteh Can

Hlelp Mexico

THINKS BERNHARD

THE HAGUE, March 22.
ince Bernhard of the Neth«
fficially open t

ch Export E
Iphia on M
ed here to-day
innounc











id oper tau at
s Conference held here to-d
ut ecent tour he Wes
He sphere
the main object of }is
has been tudy the econ»
ilities in various coun

1@ western hemisphe
proauct
ch country he thous



ties for Holland at the momer

ince replied that right now

vere hest 1 Venezuela

were also opportunities
“il, but it would need some

» develop these.

e of lack of time, the
ad no time to visit the
ments in Brazil. Al
ettlement had report
ad some difficulties

}



he language, with the great
ances and with the means
t rincé Bernhard
elieved that there woul
reater emigration possibilitic
1
‘ rnhard as very en
asti ibout Mexico, Expre
eciation for the cordi:
eption every country
e hac isited, the Prince
owhere had he

I ft agricultu

e Dutch Ministe

{¢ Reuter

Communists

Walk Out



| BONN, Mareh 22,
The entire Social Democrat: anc’
Opposition today
out of the east German
ent after the Speaker had
Democrat
Kh xtreme right
W 1 He 1
socialist lerbert Wehner |
R olf Ey t Heiland, wer
ied for ten and eight «
pectivel
e Speaker, Octor Elich Koel
r not giving
evere punishment becaus
t ti inces”
flere ere
isr
le wh aitiy ie
catior trial,
hleswig Holstien ecoveri!
m wound eceived
the Bundestang lobby
rinight
fi social Democrat Par
lated ¢ memorandum 1
ving it valkout
r Hedler t a Deputy
ne vho ormed his was
Parliament by deceit. This
vell known to the President
House No measure taken
fence of windler is recon
lable th the duties of the
ent ontinued its iis
(te) vote had establish
het ‘there quorum
Reuter.

ch! 17S. Will Consider

Lie’s Proposal

WASHINGTON, March 22

vecretary of State, Dean
heson, to-day promised a care-
consideration for the proposal
le by United Nations Security
neral Secretary Trygve Lie for
neeting of the Foreign Ministers
f Security Council Powers.
fr. Acheson said that he had
asked at his weekly Press
nference to comment on the
oposal, made by Mr. Lie in
veech here last night, that
ecurity Council meeting shall be

‘id, at which members could be

‘presented by their Foreign
Ministers, or even the heads
Government,

Lie pointed out that the United
Charter provided for such
meetings of the council
| twice a year, but so far none had
een held

Acheson said to-day that any
suggestion by Mr. Lie would be
given careful and respectful con-

deration by the United States
Government, and by all other

embers of the Security Council
—Reuter.



French Writer
Dies At 45

PARIS, March 22
The French. writer Emanuel
lied here yesterday of
art failure at the age of 45. A
hiosopher and for 18 years



best economic possi

ity as in Mexico
ad great opportun
Jutch agricultural emi

H a lanning to take

4



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3
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|

, Direcvor of the monthly
Esprit, Mounier was



red one of the most
rer Fren
ned y the Ger-;
eased fter taging
rike Reuter.

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Thousands Arrested

ROME, March 22.

JEEPLOADS of armed police, with sirens shriek-

ing, went into action today against hundreds
of thousands of workers obeying a Communist call
to a showdown with the Italian Government. Four
bomb explosions rocked Rome as the Communist-
led General Labour Confederation called out its
5,000,000 members this morning for a 12-hour
strike. Two of the explosions wrecked district
offices of the Communist and Christian Democrat
Parties. The other two caused no damage.

4!
: Halfway through the strike, first

najor Communist offensive against

Atom Control the sevensimnsies since the Mar-



elles plan inder wa

thousands of arrests had been
oes ot reported, but no death Midday











reports showed that the Labour
ifeder ns ( | ium t
ean eace rganise a mass ovement were
concentrated 1 rie where
thousands of pilgrims are gather-
SA YS BEVIN ing for the Easter climax of th
Catholic Church's Holy Year
LONDON. March. 22
Hiitai 7: as ON, nee h, fir Well ever 1,000. strike had
oYritain does not tavour a direct}, reste y as they
roach Stalin. on Atomi tees yeah aa da ade
, “ gain ces qué
think it ould ~ “— oe in which the Labour Confedera-
1 K woul pe a succes +} lefving ¢ %Olic ban, . hac
oreign Secretary, Ernest Bevir | Ov.“ tying a I oe +
id Dp ate ] i é . called a meeting, Firemen stood
d Parliament today ' ‘ , abet Hoai.'
by with Jets of colourea wate
ow i FE. emesis . Be. ; ‘
We link it would ne us soak demo rators, Some de I
: . and we prefer t ¢ ' }
stra rs 1 » CSCO] oO
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eae e United Nations pilgrims on the steps of one «
ei Rome's _ basilic Both demor
Amid cheers, Bevin declare: trators and pilgrin Sn ae
| . re ! istria
country will not open it ed, In Mi lan he great indus ie
ity of the ( Pol 26, sar
orders for inspection, what is the | ©! i + tee fe At eal
» of entering into an agreeme: S55 : ABDESSE eee i
hen you do not know whether} Worket dvaneing om tne cli
ing kept or not centre. ‘ x
by a flying stone









1estion by Labour membe: ‘ ‘in a
ymond Blackburn, added: “i Complete Stoppage
innot accept the iew that the Reports from all over the cou
re solution of the atomic energy] try indicate an a complete
roblem means absolute peace in] stoppage of big industry Public
world. There conventiona:/ transport as maintained on
rmament, and a whole range Gl] skeleton isis on ost big cities,
roblems that must be dealt with operated by workers of the three

1 this connection non-Communist Union, which. re-

Reuter. fused to join the strike, ices,
shops, schools, small factories and
workshops throughout most of the
country were working. normaly





Fire Destroys Workers on the railways and in

the post, telegraph, gas, light and

health services were exempted
l onastery from the strike. A Government

spokesman claimed early in the
RHODE ISLAND; Mater #4, | 98Y, Uist the ‘result of te stkiKe
7 howed that the Communist
Long robed trappist mon} : ] naive: wilbifairin Teal
climbed ladders, and manne: pring offensive wil tal in ay
es here during the night in a| t has in France
sperate attempt to save their Undisturbed
abbey and church from destruc t itside the Vat
tion by fire, } Pius 1 received







Sut they were powerless] in the biggest mass
igainst the blaze, and the entire] had given during th
ynastery most of which they had] Church’s Holy Yea
built with their own hand vas ix languages to the
lost. came fron Gert At
Many of the monks had narrow | Switzerland Spain, the Unitec
escapes, The Abbot, Don Edmu State and Italy. Meanwhil i
Futterer, said a delay of fiv he Palazzo Marseita, whic!
minutes would have cost between | houses the United States Embassy,
and 50 lives. leading American Ambassadors
—Reuter @ On Page 3



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PAGE TWO









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Carib Calling



MRS. MARY TREE, right in her heavy winter coat, chats with Mr.
William Blair, Jr., and Miss Judith Montagu at Seawell yesterday
shortly. before they left for Trinidad. Mr. Blair and Miss Montagu
have been staying with the Trees at their home “Heron Beach’,
St. James.

: First Flight
Returns to Their New = rivish west INDIAN
York Home AIRWAYS’ R.M.A. ‘Lahamas’
RS. MARY TREE, wife of Mr. made its first commercial flight

yesterday morning when it called
t Barbados. At the controls were

Ronald Tree left vesterday by
B.W.TA. for Trinidad intransit for











ted States to their home in Capt. “Junior’ Farfan and Co-
New York. Mr. Tree i due pilot Iai facGregor; the an
eave Barbados on Tuesday to yarde was attractive Eva
yin her 5 , better known in the service

Staying at Heron Beach, th¢ Scotty.”

é ios home, is Mrs. Ar ’ This twenty-four passenger
Eden, who will probably be y- Vickers Vi made another trip
ing here a little while lon r. yesterday afternoon and returned

uests of the Trees, Mr. to Trinidad with full load of
m Blair Jr., and Miss Judith passengers
Montagu accompanied Mrs. Tree

For Two Weeks

yesterday to Trinidad. The are re-

turning after their short stay in ISS MARJORIE CHAN,
Barbados book-keeper of Farah and
Mr. Blair is a lawyer and comes Co., Port-of-Spain and Miss





from Chicago, and may ¢
America when he leav

to South Odette Song Chong of the firm of
Trinidad, Y. De Lima and Co., Ltd., jew-

Miss Montagu is from England, ellers of Port-of-Spain, were
and was here on a holiday last arrivals over the week-end by
year. Mr. Tree was at Seawell to B.W.I.A. for about two weeks’

see them off,

To Spend Easter Holiday
With Her Daughter

holiday and are staying at ‘Accra’
Rockley .

Merchant Takes Time Out





KS H. D. BOVELL arrivea Yp® LEWIS CAMACHO, direc-
M esterday by B.W.LA., from tor Of’ Camachg Bros +) Dror
trinidad to spend the vision merchants of Port-of-Spain,
re a t her daughter W4S 4 recent arrival for about two
i : pupil at . the months’ holiday. He was accom-
As sete ste ol She will Panied by his wife and they are
A Tiana with Mr. and Mrs, Staying at ‘Accra’, Rockley,
Tallies” Nan d Oct
ites tac Sexton at For Health Reasons
Bovell are aifters M* F. H. BRYAN of Trinidad
who arrived here recently
Heard So Much About for reasons of health, is now a

CHAMPAGNE,

patient at Dr. Bayley’s Clinic. He
t of Montreal was

s at one time Manager of Sam



D*‘ ni oe: D
a Surgeon Dent





and hi have just arrived in [ord’s Castle.
Jarbedos, after ing Jamaica, Mrs. Bryan who had come over
Haid, Puer J rrinidad. with him, has just returned home
Phi une Barbados, by B.W.I.A. after a short stay
which the ve he so much at Sea View Guest House.
about. Here for ten days they are
1ests at the Ocean View Hotei Returning Home
Ten-Day Visit ISS H. INCE, a clerk employ-
AND MRS. EDWARD A ed in the Government Print-
va TOR have spent ten ing Office in Washington, D.C
e Colony Club, St. James, Will be returning home to-day by
e in Detroit. where Mr, He ‘Lady Nelson’ after spending
Proctor is in the real estate busi- ® enjoyable holiday in the island
ness, They have had a delightful 4S @ guest at ‘Manhattan’, Welches,

She will be accom
mother Mrs. G

Christ Church
panied by her
Ince

holiday and plan to return

Enjoyed the Round Trip

Mes BERTIE GROFF, who
retur } }

ied to B ter-

day by the ‘I

bados yes

From Kingston, Ontario

D* BRUCE HOPKINS and his

wife



on ays that

she @â„¢ ved he to British





, : leave by T.C.A. to re-

G k immensely. A (urn to Kingston, Ontario, after a

’ W [ Mani- most enjoyable stay in Barbados,

Barba hey were gu at Cacrabank

on r CA Dr. Hopkir in charge .of the

decide r e tr fter Hospital at K ton and is one
had arrived here. She is ve of its greatest benefactor

ntereste col €

' M® H, DALTON has returned

Roy oO ( 4 to Kingston, Ontario, after

‘ ling a month in Barbados at

Ca I He is of the firm of

Brother the oldest Hard-



Merchants of Kingston

are

BY THE WAY 5







PRHEL! i mething faintly housed, report an extraordinary
Tr rabi i about latest smell of rope, and a harsh sound,
0 reduce the rook as though chains were being
popt on fhe idea is to leave hammered into concrete, or not
hurricane lamps under the rook- At 1.54 yesterday the shed-doors
ery at night swung open, there was a cry of
I disturt the birds, “Let her go id a bulky nozzle
they leave the ne the egg poked itself forward rhe next
grow cold .and do not hatch moment there i hissing cloud
Another way would be to get a of steam, a wheel rolled slowly
machine to simulate dawn at mid- into a ditch, something banged
night, with gramophone records loudly, there was a cry of “Stop!
of early bird-son; The rooks and the nozzle withdrew itself
would then get up and leave the The shed doors swung to, and ali
nests The trees of the rookery was silence
would be quickly cut down, and 1 Drama of Real Life

the eggs placed im artificial nests

,, fPHE Leeds mystery has now
in other trees, But, if the birds f ws a — : ar
found the new “nests,” the mo- amen a lved It will be re

21 they attempted to sit on emberea (or forgotten what
the eae z pir ale : prit care I?) that an owl dropped a
e wos, &€ soncealed spring Let h ae Sn
would release a shower of water a nd ute tt een 1S e
on them, the “nests” would turn 4872¢ea on the hearth 1e OW
upside down and the eggs would dived down the wrong chimney
fall to the ground and break in YY Mistake to retrieve its prey
aan That's how we did it Of course there was no rat there
Pad was organist at St. Sernin Meanwhile the rat went up the
T blouse os 2 chimney down which it had been
« se 5 >
a " : i dropped By this time the owl
0
A Fleeting G iImpse had flown up the wrong chimney,

—, at
Parva, who are not

to the shed where the

Waggling
admitted
is

and then
rat haa

iown the right one, the
gone wn the second
to look for the owl, and,

a

Rocket

chimney






in White

BUSHMAN'

Khaki

he

Only

Shirt '

Back to Montreal
R. HERBERT MASTERS, re-
tired from the Bank of
Montreal, in Montreal, Canada,
has been wintering at Cacrabank.
He is returning on the Lady
Nelson to Canada for a_ short
stay, before going to England for
the summer 'to see his family. He
ag born in England but has

spent many years in Canada.

Recently Taken Over
EV. S. E. WHITE, President
of the Leeward Island Mis-
sion of the Seventh Day Adven-
tists, who has recently taken over
from Rev. Gackenheimer, arrived
yesterday by B.W.I.A. from Trini-
dad. Rev. Gackenheimer has re-
turned to the United States. Rev.

White is here until Sunday, when

he will begin touring the Lee-

ward Islands; he is staying at the

Enmore Hotel.

On June Ist he will be moving
his family to Barbados where he
will set up his headquarters. His
family are at present in Trinidad,
where he has been for the past
six years.

To Take Up Appointment
R. HUGH EDWARDS who
came out from England on

the ‘Winston Churchill’ to Trini-

dad recently, arrived here last
week to take up an appointment
with Barclays Bank and is staying
at the Sea View Guest House.
On Business
RRIVING from Trinidad yes-
terday morning on the ‘Lady

Nelson’ was Mr. W. J. Webb,
West Indies representative of
KE. and J. Watts and Co?, dry

goods merchants of Manchester,
England. He is here on a three-
week business visit and is staying
at the Sea View Guest House.

For Indefinite Stay

RS. LILIAN DURANT of New

York is now in Barbados for
an indefinite period. She arrived
recently by B.W.I.A. and is stay-
ing at the Sea View Guest House.

Spent Two Weeks

R. L. A. ROBERTS, Social

Welfare Officer of Dominica
is due to return home to-day by
the ‘Lady Nelson’. He arrived
here about two weeks ago for a
holiday which he was spending
as a guest at ‘Indramer’, Worthing

After Three Weeks
M* AND MRS. W. ARCH of
Canada, left on Monday by

B.W.1I.A. for Trinidad after
spending three weeks’ holiday
here. They were staying at the

Seca View Guest House.

They expect to leave Trinidad
shortly on the S.S. ‘Brazil’ for

New York on their way back to
Canada.
Mr. Arch is a builder and dis-

tributor of Stonekote Co., Ltd. of
Canada.

First Since His Return
RS. FREDDIE PAYNE, wife
of Jockey Payne, left on

Wednesday afternoon by the
‘Gascogne’ for England. She was
accompanied by their three child-
ren, Barry, Wendy and Terry.
Freddie should be there already
and was due to ride in England
yesterday, his first since his return
from his West Indian trip
Been Here Since September
R. E. L. PINARD, Manager
of the Cable and Wireless
Branch in Dominica is due t
return to Dominica today by the
‘Lady Nelson’. Mr. Pinard has
heen here on long leave since
September with his wife and son
Lionel. and they have been stay-
ing at ‘Swansea,’ Worthing. Mrs
Pinard and Lionel will be staying
o)1 in Barbados for a little longe1

Returns From Leewards
Me RISELEY TUCKER, British
a Council Renrecentative

re
turned from his trip to Antigua
and St. Kitts by B.W.I.A. on
Monday.

BEACHCOMBER

of course, missed it. Finally, two
fire brigades and a demolition
squad managed to knock a large
hole in the wall from one house
to another, in order to bring the
two creatures together. But both
had disappeared All the houses

in the row were pulled down in
vain. It is feared that those two
bits of jetsam never found each
other again,

The Menace of Meat

° EAT-EATING,” says the

Secretary of the Australian
Vegetarian Society, “is the cause
of war, For human beings it is
only a step from killing animals
to killing each other.” It was
killing vegetables (“Shedding the
green blood of the silent vege-
tables,” as Chesterton put it) that
made Hitler

so warlike But
when you consider the matter
further, as I hope you will, you

will find that it is fish-eating that
causes war. Far more people kill
their own fish than their own
meat, and any Angling Club will
tell you that it is but a step from
killing trout to killing each other.

SMART
SHIRTS

AMERICA!



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Short-Story Writer
O*E of Carib’s London friend:

had coffee with Trinidadian
“Willie” Richardson and his wife

Contrast

at their London flat last week
“Willie” is working hard at the
moment: he taioen his M.A. TWO SUITS we have chosen

degree in English Literature this from the new collections, and in
June. In his “spare time” he order to be quite fair to both sides
writes scripts for the BBC. This °f the fashion trade, one is from
tall, broad-shouldered Trinidad- wholesale house and one from
ian hopes to make a reputation for © leading couturier.
himself as a short-story writer The classic suit, with a differ-
when he leaves London Univer- ence, in the fabric that will never
sity. Already he has had some fail its wearer, comes from Dor-
anuscripts accepted His pretty, Ville. It is grey double-breasted,

with a nipped-in waist. The back
fullness is caught wit 1 quarter-
belt, and the skirt is straight

vivacious wife, Leslie, is working
in the welfare department of the
Colonial Office.










The advantage of this i
Clean Buses it can be worn with plain
Gone *bus owners should pay set + era ae ew f +e ba sia
yre care to the cleanliness of tume jewellery for a cor ktail

the "bus in general. It is true party. It is correct for almost —
these ’buses are swept every day occasion, would look good on al-
Nerd ptciae ¥ GY most any type of figure, and could

but there is no protection for the

be worn to work each day withou

passenger who wears a suit or : :
" . : : : osing its newness,
dress of delicate material from losing

using the same seat that a work-
man with soiled clothing had just
used,

The conductor should be allow-
ed to use his discretion in refus-
ing admission to anyone . whose
clothing would soil the seat and
make it uncomfortable for an-
other passenger.

The other suit illustrated comes
from MATTLI’s Spring collectior
and is in navy, with a straignt,
tight skirt. A waistcoat of navy
and white, fastened with oxydised
ball buttons, is worn beneath the
newest style of capejackets. With
it the model wears a panama hai

Moria Shearer, the well-known





By Joan





In Suits

. °
irskine

sort of suit that is immediately

eye-catching. It is elegance per-

onified. But remember that for

most people a suit not only has t



lo double duty—it has to last a
long time. It is an indisputable
fact that people get tired of seeing
n ul al line too often, and this
uit need a slim, fairly
OF ti wearer. The high
te is in the casual

the shorter sleeves

ow pppular waistcoat

ceSSOry common to
s, however, and that is a
imbrella,

1S



ong furled

The Ideal Home Exhibition now



eng held at Olympia has many
Oints f interest for women.
A} trom the more obvious dis-
pl of fabrics, furniture, and
fa ms, there was a _ complete
me rn laundry, a bakery, a



village of ideal homes and an Old
English Potpourri stand.

The latter, occupying a smal)
corner, represented the front otf
an old thatched cottage. There was
the faint, slightly musty scent of
pressed flowers, as you approached,



‘ * red-headed ballerina fr Sadler “The Judges Choice” is > name

Chemist on Holiday red headed bE f om. e Judges Choice” is the name

: R. JO mR , Wells, wore a copy of this suit on of one type. It is made from

MM" JOHN BRIDGEMAN, an her honeymoon recently. It is the genuine 16th and 17th century
i old Combermerian, who is

I employed as a chemist with =

the Shell Company in Curacao,
returned to the island recently to
pend a holiday with his family



The two pals reach Pong-Ping's

strange garden.
who had a
night,”

“So it was you
firework party last
says Rupert. ‘“* Willie s.id
he saw a glow in the sky and |
wondered what it meant.” The
little Peke runs into the house and
brings out a narrow-necked vase.

“Careful lady-
a killer.”



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THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1950



U.S. Ambassadors
Meet In Italy

ROME, March 22



essen,

: . general
Z today to coincide with the
passadors’ meeting

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nt at “ae meeung,
ae ne American Embassy
ret at
yere
ere, W :
George W
States -



Stave for
presid ;

yer] Harriman, Varshell
Ph n Roving Ambassador;
: M io} ’
Joun J. McCloy, High Com
yssioner in Germany, ‘
F sdmiral Alan G. Kirk, Am-
passadot in Moscow;

David K. E. Bruce, Am!
dor in Paris, :
Lewis ©. Dougias, Amba
lor in Londun,
r James Cicment
> ‘3
ssador in Rome,
charles Bohlen. Minister in
ris; and
Ptate Department expert on
ussia.
fased police, carrying tear gas
bombs, in jeeps and on _ foot,
vatrciled all approaches vo the
abass} as the Ambassadors
drove in for their meeting.
Rome’s Police Chief, Dr, Vin-
gnes wdered a heavy
o Agnesina, orde red a ;
onal on the Embassy throughout
the day after three bomb explo-
sions shook Rome he early

Dunn, Am-

in the

Pe of the bombs destroyed |

district offices of the Christian

Democrats and of the Commu-

nists, While the third exploded

harm iessly.

The moderate right - wing I
voat the Com-

Temoo declared ;

called today’s 12-hour
general strike “‘to give our Ameri-
can guests the feeling that this

is in theory governed by
country is in th yg " "
q parliamentary clemocradic ma-

So)?



It added, “In reality those who
control production, those who put
the masses into motion, whose who
are capable of paralysing the civil



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plans “were only a
vaster

added “that a nation-wide ger






Belgium Without
A Government

@ From Page |

trike
prelude to a
action”

A communique issued following
meeting of the committee t

da}

1era

life of the country, live beyond] strike would be unleashed at an
the Iron Curtain, from where thev) opportune moment.” Count Henry
send their orders to their agen’3| Carton De Wiart is not expected
in Italy.”—Reuter. to begin his consultation unti
after the minister of state have
° . met tomorrow.
Venizelos To | :
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Qo } pre-war Frremiuers il has he
Form Cabinet pobre ge gett hm
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from King Paul to form a Gov- the occupation ¢
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Jeaders. He hoped to form a Gov-! released after ho I
ernment by tomorrow.—Reuter. n.—Reuter,
a

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his return from exile

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WASHINGTON, March 22.
PRESIDENT TRUMAN’S ADMINISTRAT_ON suffered
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threw out a $2,000,000,000 co-operative housing scheme
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Four Explosions
Rock Rome

@ From Page 1
from Western Europe
secret to confer on policy

met 1

With them were assistant |
Secretary of State, George W
Perkins and the American Am
bassador in Moscow, Admiral

Alan Clark. The meeting was th
second of a series begun in Pari
last October

Communist

and Government































Verdict Against
Seretse Not To
Be Published

@ From Page |

The Government stressing its
paramount responsibility fox
g00d Government of the Pro-
tectorate, summarised its case
against Seretse’s recognition as
tollows:—(1) To prevent the
disruption of the Bamangwato

tribe, there were already signs
of this in the departure of some
leading tribesmen from the re-
s@ve with Theki. Among the
seven tribes of the Protectorate
outside the Bamangwato opinion
was divided. Evidence agains
Seretse’s marriage was given on
behalf of the two biggest ana
most important tribes It
Seretse were now recognised as

chief, they could be expected tc
draw away from the Bamang-
wato.

(2) Because of doubts whether

Seretse would discharge with
success the grave responsibilities
of the chieftainship. “The man-
ner of his marriage has called in
question his sense of public
duty”, the documents said. (3)
Because of doubts whether
Seretse could retain adequate
tribal support. “There is the
adced uncertainty as to the
tribe’s future attitude towards
the children of the marriage”
Strong Hint
Seretse is being allowed to
urn temporarily to Bechuanaland
o collect evidence for an inherit-

re-

| ance lawsuit, and be with his wife
| when she has her baby in June
I The “White” paper today con-
| tained a strong hint that he might
ve allowed to stay in the Pro-
aaa beyond this period of
} yrace as long as his presence doe:
}not cause trouble, The pape
said, “The length of his stay anc

his movements in the Protectorate
will be kept under review by Hi
Majesty's Government Having
regard to his conduct and the in
erests of order and good Govern-
}ment in the territory—‘they (th:
| Government) must be assured tha

|
}neither through his conduct nor
hrough his presence does he be
}come a focus for trouble in the

| tribe.

















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| I Seretse ‘Khama, tonight accus- fe
atory | Deputies yelled at one another in | ed the British Government of try- <_<}
-_ The House rejected the pro- Parliament tonight, when tne jing to get rid of him so that YT
ce \gramme_ despite a telegraphed ee ae be | ou resort to direct rule of his : =
plan from Truman asking for its ae an ns y i territory,
Kleven Seek ip’ ai F | -he Police s oting of two unem- | The 27-year-old African, whose >
‘ ee The re were two votes on ti loyed pe Lentella marriage to a white woman has Our +
ry " . . t whic} aused the gener: Sepa Sie . nae . + KA criminal ea
] oO Combat veasure In the first—a stand- z hich caused the gene Pome a ree vs bigae iy ’ Peie
ng vote—174 were in favour of | ’ eee . vy aq | Colonia 1eadache or iny
rejecting the scheme, 122 against.| “4S Gusk fell, — a. hee | vears, Was speaking to journalists |
¢ = : y 1 mped ) . a p .
» oting « ) ™g as 218 t rikers limped into Rome, after! at the House of Commons, after . « |
k ed Propaganda Poa BaP Tee ea we ro | aving been dumped by Police | publication of the Governme: WI Ol ] ¥ \
“The House later approved ex-) 0'Tules 10 miles outside the cit». | White Paper on his case. . or
WASHINGTON, March 22 | ; : " s and left to find their own way | seretse ste » Britis > Bo de
. ane : pansion of the existing housing | * | Seretse insisted that the British 7
Eleven Un States Senators | anon tal which promotes | back |Government was trying to ge (3 Y. >) \
' forward a resolution | housing principally through 1 They had been arrested earlier |yjiq of him and of his uncle, the or \4) ~ suas
fi world-wide “campaign | iycurance of home mortgages by ! to-day when thousands of demon- |former Regent, so that they could > -@" 3) red. 1S ‘
oo to combat Soviet pro-| 41. Federal Housing Administra-!strators tried to force their way |take over and rule. Seretse who @ ; os
X Senator William Ben-|/; £3 P | through Police cordons, and a fire |i; que to fly home to Africa later SS (& gl . ‘ E~)
nocré Connecticut, de-| °°" hose barrage into Rome’s central |‘}ic week said he knew of no FR BATTERS j Ge
¢ hat such action weer oS Piaz Esedra for a mass demon- | tribal law governing the wife « A /
‘ ( 1p through which} | stration, \Chief : the suitabi f ‘ ort
: pw & x 1 | hief and the suitability of
Ree ree ten tes pouring its NO CH ANGE Immediately the strike ended, | Ghief had never been considered S 2 a, a |
jison into the minds, the a j buses and trams tarted up again} 55 the basis of :his marriage. te . y |
onsci¢ nd the emotions of | LONDON, March, 22 in Reme and the other mals | — (Reuters S \\ nL \
inkind Lord Jowitt, the lLord|cities, A. skeleton service had} , N WN
Democrat nd four Re-/ chancellor, declared in the Howse} been provided through the da " i => : | f
esolution, which pro- not intend to revise the oced . | buse ind lorrie if - > des
OSE p ne Black Le bus had I rmn2@ 8 BE “ \
) ind hich fort ‘ . }
ission of Non-Com-| Under | window hed by a hail o n Trinidad fast n be
{ ate u ne nles hoon
list nations to coordinate yllowi ecent convictior l m ; ta bade no rea Lp Ca L VO
( nformation pYro-) Garman | tom spy Dr. Kl healed PORT-OF
i { aimed against | yon 7 } The A
ucl ee ie Al f 5 TR
> . : Dr. Fuchs, who had acquired 13 Selected Chaguaramas will be reduced says ELSIE the BORDEN cow
: . a world pe British nationality, was 1 . a a caretaker status by July |
network, strong}; : Me at dee One 5 / : ar’ 4 =) y ;
ain ae ene ‘ C W i pe | Maver General 1 V. | Charl | Give your family extra flave = with delici amy-
reach almost | 0 }4 )C0re ts use. fort) Oe God we. Copresn | Nie Seer ©. Ww. a j xi
ve ; ee Broughshame (Conservat | ; a fond this morning. Clarkson with Kea, | tich KLIM milk. All the natural flavor and whole-
f gra ] sachntiin +} wii sat arbado: Ad yocate Corre “ . : le : > ;
foreign students to SUEBCten tio id be PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 22 Some Seren ae ares someness of fresh cow’s milk is sealed in ever
Praire naturalisation should be refer: I x . he Frast Lecol jin Trinidad on the previous | :
} Unitec a daiel od 4 anes _ ; ¢ ar . -cn ‘ . 5
: tohelp to a committee, which General. ( Loinsworth, | 2board the U.SS.N, Tacon Its scientific vacuum packing assures yo fresh-
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a . mu- | Home Secrefiry betore a * hd R ledford, acting } Atlant Fleet post and “Oper-| tasting milk. And the extreme care with which
ti imu- | * and R. R. WV : 4 a .
ean ition Certificate was issut Lb) oF t} I r Bu 21° 1 ition Portrer I ( aribbean | KLIM i i i 1 fj
. . I ve \ ean tee ame cee : arges >UV LIM is produced makes it uniformly safe and pr
sei —(Reuter.) Jowitt replied, “I doubt very much | 13 Government officials here se- |akaoes joint military manoeuvre S| . €
sack nscale whether you could get AaGSA” lected for training courses in the |"* f in peacetime. ‘ If you haven't yet
. ‘ " security by havi OF itter United Kingdom under the West At the conference which was | ee s om eahinssesaainiiiotin 4
L K Experiments —Reuter. Indies Training Scheme, financed | held fod’ thea = oD yg vee tried KLIM—vyou've a sheets
. ° 4 : ; Jelfare | revealec lat the nited States 7
by the Development and Welfar¢ oe ve ; 3 Boks [nui | 1
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i lh i Blashe Fraser gets three months authorities regarded Trinidad as i g i
. » ashe raser gets
W ith New | or pe C 0 HORNER REJECTED urse the administrative tall he most important defence bas- | store It’s not only de =
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ose aut” enemy submarines, set i inent Communists, was re ford is granted an award for six security by neglecting facilities : ; i ‘
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trike General Council of the powerful . eee eaten The General stated that all .
Giving details i parliamen- Trades Union Congress. Labour and National Service. = |. = in the Caribbean were mnov- a tin today!
ry debate on whe Navy esti-| “The National Union of Mine-| C.K. Chu Cheong, Britian | ng towards a caretaker status for |
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Thursday, March 23, 1950

“Kellew Fhe Band

A SUGGESTION made by two Canadian
correspondents in this newspaper merits
general approval of the community. Colo-
| nel and Mrs. F. J. James after expressing

their appreciation of Barbados’ attractions
invite the Barbados Police Band to tour
other West Indian territories and also to
“give Canada an opportunity to listen to
thig fine group of musicians on a Dominion
of Canada tour.”

Captain Raison and the police band of
Barbados deserve this recognition. The
public never tire of band concerts and new
admirers are made daily. The fact that
two Canadians are among these shows that
the Band’s performance is not for local
tastes only. The appeal is catholic.

It is not the first time that the suggestion
for a Police Band tour has been made but
it is something new that an invitation to
visit Canada should come from two Cana-
dians. It is well that this is so.

At present worthy efforts are being
made to encourage Canadian tourists to
visit Barbados. Trans-Canada Airlines will
now make Barbados its headquarters in
this area and so Canada comes easier of
access to Barbados and Barbados to Cana-
dians. The noble gesture of a Canadian
Minister coming to assist Barbados in its
plans for oil development shows how the
entente cordiale has progressed. What
greater effort in reverse than the sending
of the Police Band to
Canada ?

There is precedent for such tours. In
1928 the British Band went to
Wembly and won many laurels for itself.
Twenty years later the Gold Coast Band
toured the United Kingdom at the sug-
gestion of Sir Alan Burns and during this
tour people in England learnt more of the
Gold Coast and the lives of its population
thari by any other agency.

But whereas tours have been previously
limited to the United Kingdom, to-day in



as ambassadors

Guiana

an expanding Commonwealth, new ground
can be broken by the West Indies and Can-
ada drawing more closely together in a
spirit of goodwill and learning to know

more of each other. There have always
been close ties not merely of business
between Canada and the West Indies; but
with an uncertain economic future, it

would be well for the West Indies to look
forward to even greater ties of friendship
in future. West Indian students abound at
Canadian Universities and younger chil-
Schools.
There could hardly be any better medium
for cementing friendship than music. This

dren are attending Canadian

the band can provide

The suggestion. has been made, the in-
vitation given and the Chamber of Com-
merce mentioned by name. The Govern-
ment will have to help and there is little
doubt that the House of Assembly will be
willing to assist by voting part of the
funds.

The general public, who have expressed
so great an appreciation of the entertain-
ment by the Police Band will also want to
help directly and hotels and other agencies
will no doubt subscribe handsomely to this
excellent form of advertising their attrac-
tions in Canada. The tourists will follow
the band

Strays

AT the meeting of the Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals on Tues-
day evening the question of ownerless dogs
was again brought to public attention. It
deserves consideration. Some months ago
the Commissioner of Police organised a

\ campaign against these strays and unfor
tunately a few worthwhile pets fell into

the nets.

} Owners
} straying about the streets in order that

should keep their pets from

bona fide strays can be rounded up and got



' rid of. These sometimes attack pedestrians
and small stock, thus becoming a public

danger.

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RECENTLY to hand from Lon-
don is a copy of the Annual
Report of The Barbados Elec~-
tric Supply Corporation Ltd., for
the year ending June 30th 1949,
to be submitted to the share-
holders at the General Meeting
on March 30th next. Also to hand
is some information of the type
available to anyone in Eng-
land who might be interested
in the shares of the Company,
but which is widely unknown in
Barbados, though very interesting
to’ all of us here, whether w2
realise it or not. Some discus-
sion of the facts and figures
given in these documents seems
apropos at this time,

From the Report we learn that
the destinies of the Company are
guided by a Board of Directors
in London and an Advisory Com-
mittee in Barbados, also that two
of the three members of the
latter body are Members of our
Legislative Council. This might
be regarded as being an advan-
tage to the Company, or alter-
natively, as putting the Members
in question in a very invidious
position whenever matters relat-
ing to the Company might be
debated in the Council. There
might be no harm done if the
position is frankly recognised
and everyone guided accordingly.

Another rather surprising fact
is that the ‘peak load’ or ‘maxi-
mum demand’ on the system is
only 2,058 K.V.A., which seems
very small indeed, especially as
the Company has been operating
for 40 years so that one naturally
wonders why the growth has been
so slow, in contrast with other
countries where electricity has
been available for anything like
the same length of time. The
Company might say that the
demand for its service has devel-
oped slowly, but many Barba-
dians I have met have spoken
bitterly of the alleged refusal of
the Company to extend its mains
to give them service which they
were eager to have. From my
own experience I would say that
high rates will retard growth
seriously, regardless of all other
factors. Some apologists for the
Company stress the fact that prior
to 1936 the franchise limited its
operations to 5 miles from the
City of Bridgetown. This would
not necessarily be a disadvantage
to the Company and might be a
definite help in the earlier stages,

in allowing it to concentrate on
the most densly populated dis-
trict before extending out into
the less profitable territory. If
an enquiry is held, it would be
interesting to ascertain the real
reason for the slow growth of
the system, and until then we
should keep open minds.

The data I have shows that the
total number of units sold did
increase from over 3 million in
1939 to over 8 million in 1949,
or 242 times in 11 years, as com-
pared with 5% times in Trinidad,
where the rates were Grastically
reduced in the period. Could this
be a coincidence? Trinidad did
manage to obtain some new
during the war,
local Company re-
from the Govern-
of the same opportunity,
from the same source, namely
the United States

So far as one can tell from this
the profits not seem
unreasonably high, but there
might good ground for criti-
cism of the policy of paying out
such a large proportion of profits

whereas the

ment

ao

be

|in dividends and taxation thereon,

In 1939 and 1940 the dividend
6% and in subsequent years
5%, and the Company has paid

NEW YORK

The beet

Mail).

is

(By
crop this year
large that sugar economists and
brokers are hopeful it may ex-
ceed the quota of 1,800,000 “ons.

Observers point
1949-50 domestic
to 1,605,796

out that the
crop amounted
short tons raw value.

This compared quive favourably
with 1,313,280 short tons harvest-
ed in the previous season.

The crop for 1950-51, however
is expected to be bigger than ever.
of

tarmers
to grow

According
Commerce
seem aciually
beets this year.

They report that “some west-
ern processors have been forced to
refuse acreage that farmers have
been willing to contract.”

to Department
specialists,
anxious

Too Early

The Deparv’ment explains that
it still is too early for estimates
of total beet acreage under culti-
vation



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external
which
oudined some of the points made, some measure of outside supervi-
control of
The New Statesman and Nation,; Economic viability is only pogsible

Observers think tha’ a large
crop will induce beet processors



financial for the

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its deliberate disregard of matters

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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Landon Express Service.

the British tax, so that the share-
holders have benefited, and for
practical purposes it is the same
as if a dividend of 9% was paid.
This in itself would not account
for the high rates here, but it is
at least a factor in helping to
make them high. A simple cal-
culation shows that if the annual
dividend had been less by only
1%, the Company would have
saved many thousands of pounds
to invest in new equipment, with
which to gonerate more electri-
city, thus having a cumulative
effect on future profits of the
shareholders and benefiting con-
sumers in the meantime. This
would seem to be a much wiser
policy in a business that in the
very nature of things should
have substantial growth year by
year. The directors might say
they could nov sell new shares
in London on that basis, but I
would think that a dividend of
% tax free looks fairly good in
England now, and would seem
satisfactory to Barbadians, espec-
ially with very good prospects
of steady appreciation in value of
the shares over a term of years.
The policy followed has evidently
been to issue new Preference
Shares to provide capital for new
equipment, and this has. the
effect of diluting the existing
ordinary shares, and thereby re-
ducing their value somewhat.

It is interesting to note that the
Company .as over 7000 consum-
ers, and the report refers to vhe
prospect of needing further gen-
erating plant in the near future.
The plans for expansion of the
system are a maiter of keen in-
terest to everyone in Barbados,
and it is felt that the public
should have some voice in making
the plans, and the speed with which
they are carried out. The most
rapid possible increase.in the num-
ber of units sold offers the best
hope for keeping the rates from
going up with rising costs, and
perhaps even coming down some-
what. If electric cooking is com-
parable in cost with kerosene in
Trinidad and B. G., it is hard ‘to
see why it should be more than
double the cost here, and no
effort should be spared vo correct
such a discrepancy.

There is a fundamental diffis
culty attached to operating a busi-
ness concern here, with the Board
of Directors in England. This
method of remote control tends
to loss of efficiency and duplica-
tion of overhead expense. The
Balance Sheet carries an item of
£3,266 for expenses of Administra-
tion in London and Barbados, most
of which, including Directors’ fees
of £1,350, is probably in London,
and perhaps unnecessary for the
actual running of ‘the business in
Barbados. It is interesting to note
that the members of the Advisory
Committee in Barbados also re-

By William Widder

to minimize their carryover from
the present crop.

That, of course, will mean great
beet sugar sales.

Commerce Department expens
emphasize, however, that there
will be less cane sugar sold in
the 1950-51 season.

WHAT’S ON TODAY

Court of Grand Sessions at
10.00 a.m.

Athletic Sport’, Combermere
School at 12.30 p.m.

Meeting, Sanitary Commis-
sioners, St. Michael, 12.30
p.m,

Athletic Sports, Coleridge
School at 1.30 p.m.

Athletic Sports, Boys’ Found-
ation School at 1.30 p.m.

Meeting of Christ Church
Vestry at 2.00 p.m.

Meeting of House of Assem-
bly at 3.00 p.m.
p.m.

Football, Kensington at 5.00

Mobile Cinema, New Castle
Plantation Yard, St. John.





it pays to the carry out equally satisfactorily elected by the public. The lynch- or amend the recommendations ir
themselves, and the degree of Pin of the Executive will be the the Report. Much time will bi
financial authority needed to pay Council of State, which will required for the consideration and
or fundamental for the federal administration, @PProximate increasingly to a dscussion of political union

the





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The Report follows the example

Symthies M. E. L. C.

ceive fees, though the amount is
not stated. It is to be hoped that
the people in Britain give us credit
for contributing £10,500 to vheir
tax revenue, that being equal to
six-tenths of a cent on every unit
sold. This is nov a heavy impost
but all these items add up.

When I wrote my first article
on this subjec’ in the “Advocate”
of Feb. 7th. I had no idea of writ-
ing any more. I have been egged
on however by a number of
people suggesting that I should
“keep up the good work,” and so
on, and have in one way and
another come across much inter-
esting data on the various poinis
involved. To my mind it all seems
to add up to the essential fact
that the general public, varough
their appointed . representatives,
should have a voice in the running
of anything so imporvant to the
general welfare as the local Elec-
tric Supply Co. The Board of Di-
rectors in London may have the
best intentions in the world, buy
their ideas on what is best for us
in the matter of electricity may
not coincide exactly with our own.
If we must pay much higher rates
than in neighbouring colonies, we
are entitled vo the assurance that
some definite reason for that
exists, also that no pains will be
spared to bring the raves down
if possible. We are entitled to
better service than we have had,
and to know that no street or dis-
trict that is legally entitled to
service from the Company is re-
fused such service. The bes’
answer seems to be a Public Util-
ities Commission of some _ sort,
composed of carefully selected
and suitable persons, free from
connection with party politics,
and equipped with vhe powers
needed to carry out its responsi-
bilities. It need not cost much to
operate in this island, and if de-
sired vhe cost could be covered by
fees charged, as is done elsewhere.

Something of the kind is in
force in many places now, and is
regarded as being a satisfactory
compromise between uncontrolled
private enterprise and nationalisa-
tion. I do not know any reason
why iv should not work in Barba-
dos, and the need does seem to
exist here.

A Company has nothing to fear
from the type of Commission vis~
ualised, part of its function being
to. see fair play and vo act as a
buffer between the Company and
members of the public whose de-
mands are unreasonable, as some
are sure to be.

History is replete with examples
of the impracticability of business
concerns being operated by Direc~
tors in England, thousands of miles
from the scene. The East India
Company is one, and a more re-
cent instance is furnished by the
Grand Trunk Railway Company
in Canada. The latter case ended
in a serious debacle which endan-
gered the credit of the entire
country and caused much heart-
burning among the shareholders
in England, though as a plain
Canadian Citizen I still think the
Directors in London were respon-
sible. The hard feelings engender-
ed have not entirely died down
thirty years later.

I believe that if I were running
the Barbados Electric Supply Co.
I should ask the Government to
appoint an authority with which
I could collaborate. I understand
that this was done in B. G. during
the war at the request of the local
representative of the Electric
Company, and that the results
were beneficial to everyone con-
cerned, and that the arrangement
is still in force. The shares are
owned in Canada.

Beet

They argue that last year—
when the beet crop was smaller
—@n area - by - area beet sugar
quova defi\it was redistributed
among other cane sugar areas,—
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Services Report (conc)

DISCUSSING the constitutional position,

the report goes on:—

Unless, therefore, a federal Government comes
into being, we consider that recourse will have
to be had to the second alternative. (Public Ser-
vice Commission set up by the Secretary of State
for the Colonies). However the Public Service
Commission may be constituted, it is clear to us
that, in the light of paragraph 8 of the Secretary
of State’s draft despatch of May, 1946, the powers |
of the Commission in respect of appointments or
promotions to scheduled posts in unified services
can be no wider than those assigned to Governors
in Section A of Chapter III of Colonial Regula-
tions, unless the Secretary of State himself so

ines. ‘
ey way the Public Service Commis- | ,
sion may be constituted, a solution will need to |
be found for the difficulty to which we have i
referred in paragraph 125. That difficulty may be } i
stated briefly in the following terms: —‘‘How is the
Commission to acquire sufficient knowledge of the
capabilities and promise of officers serving in the
various colonies to enable it to estimate their rela-
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reasonable measure of confidence, the relative
claims of candidates for promotion, The weakness
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to become formal and stereotyped. Generally
speaking, they constitute an inadequate guide to
the fitness of an officer for promotion within his
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officers serving in Jamaica, Trinidad, and British
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vices of advisers in respect of some of the special-
ised services which we recommend for unification.
There are those who would go further than this.
If we understand aright the conclusions reached
by the Heads of Medical Departments at their
Conference held in June, 1947, they contemplate
the setting up of a regional administrative author-
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such an authority were to have executive powers WHEN THINKING OF .
it would amount to the federalization of the medi- fz:
cal services, whereas, if its functions were to be Bie
| purely advisory, it would probably involve addi- Mi
tional expenditure of too high an order for the i
colonies to be ready to shoulder. We have there- § ;
fore come down on the side of advisers in respect Tr
of certain services in preference to any more
elaborate organisation. :
It will, of course, be appreciated that in so far ae
as any service may be federalized, the need for ,
an adviser will disappear, since the federation of hip
a service presupposes a Director-General of that Ren
service. It will also be appreciated that there are + it
some services the scheduled posts in which are n
so few that the appointment of an adviser would ay



not be warranted; in the case of such services





W.1. Are Imp overished Agricultural Communities

It will constitute



other means must be devised for enabling the
Commission to discharge its functions.

The services which, as will be seen from para-
graph 30, we regard as suitable for unification are
Administration, Agriculture, Civil Aviation, For-
ests, Legal and Judicial, Medical, Police, Postal,
and Prisons. Of these it would probably be true
to say that the most important in the development
of the colonies in the Caribbean region are the
agricultural and medical services, and in respect
of these services expert advice is already at hand
in the shape of the Agricultural and Medical

Advisers to the Development and Welfare Organi-
zation.

JUST THINK OF—












DA COSTA.

DACOSTA & CO, LID |

DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT.

MERITS

We do not think that it would add substantially
to the duties of these officers if, on the occasion
of their visits to the several colonies, they were to
take every opportunity open to them to ascer-
tain the merits of officers of the various grades,
with a view to placing the information so gained
at the disposal of the Commission. Our discus-
sions with the Development and Welfare Organi-
zation lead us to believe that their Advisers would
be ready to undertake this task. The point has
been put to us that their duties in this regard
should not be left on an informal basis as a mere
working arrangement with the Public Service
Commission but that they should be prescribed for
them by the Secretary of State, so as to give them
locus standi in the matter both in relation to the
Public Service Commission and the colonies the
merits of whose officers they will be keeping
under review.

YES

1 tind



things

(To »%e continued)

delightful



when I








of March ‘1 gives vhe full account for the region as a whole and for minimum requirements of a fed- of other federal constitutions “the policy-forming instrument’ Our own responsibility lies ir:
and I quote the following extract.,each territory as a member of a eral system of government, itt when it recommends a bi-cameral in the new constitution: at its 40mg what we can to assure
: “The Keport rightly underlinesja regional association : oe . ei ae theis ae Legislature, with a House of meetings policy will be decided, ene stability for the region.
assumption that political in-|* Nevertheless, it would be a fatal article a flexible and unfinished Assembly elected by adult fran- and estimates of expenditure and” Without economic stability ther
ependence in the Caribbean areaM misiake, which the authors of the quality which will enable it to chise and a Senate to represent the future legislation will be approy- is little prospect of successfu
; impracticable for the separate)i Report have carefujpy avoided, to grow gradually By Spee to member territor es. It is indeed ed. It will be responsible to ihe Tepresentative institutions, eithe:
) territories so long as it is pursuecfiregard federation as a substitute changin ae and ania one essential to avoid the subordina- Federal Parliament through the in the territories or at the federal
} lation from their neighbours. {for resp msible government at the altions 2 Oeler Benes merit Of tion of the lesser territories to the Prime Minister, who will himself centre. Trade recession creates
; lt vithin reach of all thesey-unit level heir recommendations the uggesved an hg. 7 larger populations of Jamaica and be elected by its members He, jn Conditions of unrest which threaten
territoric large and small, ifywould have had no chance of ac : t a Oe tiet the aa wee ® Trinidad. This will be secured by turn, will choose the major ty of two of the assumptions of federa- 5c. & si.
; ‘ance the Te jies jeration whic : re a ti} sx’stenc a Sec ~ ; ini ; ry . 7 Tins :
hey combine on a regional basis,..ccpvance in the West Indies Bee gee Ay the ex stence of a, Second Chath his Ministerial colleagues on the tion, responsible government and Tins SASSO OLIVE OIL ..... vs athe . ste
‘ For political independence cannotgtey had not pointed ou ha ance. © Th -aseee oped ser in which eac erritory has Council. the British connec fa nce r r i:
be squared with economic depen olitical advance in the separate and surviy eens the Bri a os equal representation. In this way therefore do avait: = ae Bots. Crosse & Blackwell's CALVES FEET JELLY a
’ 1 nineteen enthin ics SRakiaae’ : umstance . the s Jes a : . aie . vu s We Ce ap!
dence. The elaborate and expen rrivori nu continue be ; \ ¢ ritish est the standpoint of the smalle: Such is the bald outline of a upport the economic pveiogeiint GUAVA CHEESE A
ons t 1 ndi slands w alv , Tete : R } . “ : 40 at vee
sive social administrative, and de ost if : i or ‘te ; islands will always receive due Report which will surety rank Of these. territories We should | ie.
oY én ‘ } 1ea] im the | { feders 1 t ith consideration in the process of amon > prez stent st , an \ ‘MON CiPrer
fenct . by tk oh ae ‘ tert yg ¢ on aes at ¢ 1 _ the proces: f among the great constitutional recognise, above all, that o: | LEMON CHEESE oi
mode! St: | ( } be ve . Tenet ul- legis ation I think few would documents of our time. It claims dof lio area mut own) f 3K
fforde 1 rishedy” 5 e ¢ f table vould challenge the wisdom of not.allow- to offer the sho a > a ing is far higher | Jars Kraft MAYONNAISE SALAD DRESSING ;
: Their i pretex ‘ at id ing the Senate to become a rival equal partner he ren ma a fellow citizens in| os sa a i le ae i
e hiyka! i ex- authority, and a possible cause of Commonwealth é this : ues, and that we owe] Pkgs. BLANC MANGE CUSTARD POWDER x A
i th yi ! t ur ie la To I {Te ent } ” ogg sUty to make sure that we | ~\YT i if }
; mai i ¢ ; the. {{ DRIED FIGS-~pe: ine
) . entatives ‘ ~~ ane ve pay for our i
Se those of 1 les who will ae whether the Order frot iy
B | e ndex he tl Report when it } » Mave a reason- } &
provide t The and its to the territorial Legislatu narket for its |} J N GODDARD & SONS oP
‘ ited the is for those repre : . . os
pockets, they will og





, READER )
rn a









eal,

im The “Nelson” was busy yester-
lay taking a load of molasses, rum
Ind general cargo which it will

ake for ports on its voyage South

mane molasses and rum are being
the
for the

RE tn TS

.

es
oa
|, LTHO
& ecrease the
peing 2
seeee of Police
Pe aties, these fires



is table told the



gsDAY, MARCH 23, 1950

a
Postman Pleads Not
Guilty Of Larceny

this

res
month,

and

Jo Cane Fires |
This Month |

VGH MANY appeals to!
: number of cane}
made by the Com- |
other
continue

have already oc-
and
Advocate yes-~

one

Another postman occu
Court of Grand Se
Dowding of the St. Luey Br
pleaded not guilty to a ci
a registered letter addr

pied

estat tne the Polies

in tion wi :

Be | Suse: Gis:

y tter. w | m=

BE OF unknown origin| me ross: |
ke out at Charles Rowe} O h E ey |

i agen about 2.00 p.m. on t ers n t |

, Jast and destroyed 17 holes |

‘rid : anes. They THERE .

crop ripe ¢ sre'tes a =)

| rored and belong to Harold | Here’ "signs aroun ‘Please Cross

Being of the same address. the Crossing lane most used by!

wT ABOUT 8.45 p.m. on Tues-| pedestrians is between Messrs Da

Sad cestroyed 13
canes.
property

tate of A. C. Cal

stories,

F

tn

day 4
oke out

A

Hop ripe

; ELVE ACRES of first crop
were destroyeu
a fire of unknown origin
t at Lower Estate Planta-

ripe canes

e oul sens. {lane is between Messrs Alexande
at about 2.15 a.m. yesterday. | Bayley’s Jewellery Store and the
The canes are the property of Canedian Bank of Commerce
Dowding Estates Trading Com-| This is very rarely used and one

pany an

It ¢0

ce an

fire of unknown origin
at Hampton Plantation
acres of second

They are the
of the Trustees of the
meran afd were

a were insured.
FIRST EDITION of the
i iados Police Magazine is
. in circulation. :
local Police Magazine to be

7 hed and is edited by Capt.
Ww. A. Farmer, Superintendent o!

This

Yall Plantation, St. Lucy.

eee

esd

"Monday night, May 1.

4or Kensington.

The Judges will be Capt. C. E.
Raison, Father Hopkins and Mr.

Gerald Hudson.

Silver Sands,

The Choirs entered so far are:
Government

Plum Tree, Hillaby Star,

fam Alpha and Omega.”

|
&
.

4

HE VOICE OF POETRY” in
which John
Evans will read some of the

of Walter
, H. Davies,

, will be
Ratio Distribution
. and 9.45 p.m.
_ The programme is arranged and
mesented by the British Council

de
es
broa

la

deast



Gielgud

between
tomorrow.

is

Hill,
Hall’s
Road, Eagle Hall Modern, Orange
Hill, Surprise and another Silver
The test tune will be “I

and

Mare. }

the

ntains 14 pictures and 30
some by members of the
d others by outside con-

tors.
E LOSS OF a quantity of fir
box boards was reported by
‘ter M. Armstrong of Spring
He
Veiaied that the boards were re-
wed from a Shooting Hut at
he Hope, St. Lucy between 7.30

n, on Saturday and 6.00 a.m. on

NE CHOIRS have already
entered for a Singing Com-
Myetition which will take place at
Mhe Queen's Park Steel Shed on
This Com-
jtion was formerly scheduled

S. Eliot and

Costa & Co.,
Bank of Comm
Theme William Henry Street
is lane is mosv us Decaus
pedestrians, walkin z se aoe
Street on that side of the road, |
cannot fail to see j ney |
cross the road and
through the lane with

t when they |
some walk|
any idea that they are
The

and the Canadian
erce, at the top of!

|
out having}
doing so.
next Broad Street crossing

pedestrian told the “Advocate” |
yesterday that this lane crs ar
more useful between vhe Advo-
ccte Company Limited and Messrs
Snes & Sarr pointing out that
was no lg at ¢ é
nig ane at all in that
From 9.50 to 10.00 yester-
day morning only 10 pedestrians
crossed by the lane between Alex-
ander Bayley and the Canadian
Bank of Commerce, but further
up Broad Street, at the lane be-
tween the Barbados Dairies and
Messrs. T. R. Evans, pedestrians
were crossing frequently.

In Ten Minutes
Ten minutes, from 10.00 to 10.10
a.m., Spent near this lane showed
that pedestrians were making use
of the lane at the average rate
of five every minute. But as if to

here too that most pedestrians |
failed to use the lane, and crossed |
at either side of it at the rate ot
three per minute. On one or two
occasions pedestrians walked
across with bicycles. Some were |
only a few feet from the lane but |
would not take the trouble ot
going into the lane before cross- |
ing.

The third lane between Messrs. ,
Bookers Bros., and Barclays Bank |
is @lso used fairly often. At this
point pedestrians cross at the
average rate of two per minute
and between 10.15 and 10.20 yes-
terday, everyone did cross there as
requested by vae sign.



The fourth and last Broad Street
crossing lane, between Messrs.
William Fogarty and Messrs S, P.

over! Musson’s General Office, like the

| Only Two Ships
In Port

B

| THE only ships at Bridgetown
were

'

esterday
Canadian

madian

orning,

National

Biipped for

eheral cargo

early

Canada
is

two

bound

of

while

yatitish Northern Islands.

British

vessel arrived here from
Trinidad,
with

nada

Guiana
and St.

via

Vincent

argo including peanut
herrings,

1

Matches, patent
onal effects, vanilla oil, limacol

ages,

ind fresh fruit.

|, About 9.30 a.m. to-day it will
peave port for St. Lucia, Launches

0 the ship

The “Canadian Challenger’? was
harging 160 bags of cornmeal,
along with
ages of pickled pork, frozen
sh, salmon, eggs and auto parts

{
a

ba

bags

of

leave the Baggage
aehouse at 8.30 a.m., and 9.30

flour

butter,
garments,

medicines, per-

9.15

the
Steamships
mune, The “Lady Nelson” and the
Challenger”,
ip ¥hich called

both of
yesterday

mken at Halifax and St. John.

I left port the same evening}
British Guiana via St. Vincent,

Mtenada and Trinidad.

SsSe5

essrs, Gardiner Austin & Co.,|
+ are local agents of both ships



“Cachalot”’
Afloat Again

1

n

The

que,

its engine room.

Tesponsible

for

n Barbados,

ung its place on the dry dock
the 69-ton schooner Mary
ys Which will undergo an |
~ Overhauling. The Mary M.
‘ 1 yesterday |
ing. When it comes off dock |
ritish Guiana.

WIS Was
en

wy

OVER

9

13
Wed fo

taken

tl sail for B



Nerces of oranges
bados from Trint-
aay evening by the |
“Also supplies of |





up

a,

Anglo-U.S. Meat

RE

; Oranges Come!

Ltd

Talks Postponed

| MOTOR schooner Cachalot, 84
/ Net, was afloat again yester-
after Spending three weeks
Central Foundry Dry Dock |
t was riding at its berth
the dock awaiting the ear-
Pportunity to sail back to

Cachalot took fire the day
had gone on dock for re-
This
its lengthy

ndaerines and ground
this vessel

consigned +

second lane, has a steady flow of
pedestrians passing through it but
yet many are inclined to cross the
coad at the point between Messrs.
Bruce Weatherhead’s Drug. Store
and the Self Help.

7 |
On entering Trafalgar Square}

| three “Please Cross Here” signs
| can be seen but there are no studs |
to indicate a lane and pedestrians
branch out from the pole, bearing
the sign, in all directions when

crossing.
The First
There were some of the first
City. One is situated between the
Public Buildings and the Fountain
Garden, another between the
Fountain Garden and Chamberlain
Bridge and the last between the
Public Buildings
Bank of Canada, at

High Street.

the top of

At the corner of Bridge Street
and Victoria Bridge work is pro-
gressing rapidly on the widening
of the road and the formation of
! a pavement in alignment with the
pavement by the Fountain Garden.

toria Bridge, preparations are
going ahead on the extension of
the Bridge. When it is competed
it will have a six-foot wide foot-
path for pedestrians and this will
be independent from the roadway
for vehicles.



Seawell

Alterations to the Terminal
Building at Seawell are continu~
ing. Both the Customs Officers
Store Room and Gents’ Wash
Room, (which were more or less
in the centre of the building)
have been' moved to the eastern
| side so that the interior of the
building will have a much larger
appearance and certainly more
room for the airport staff to work,



crossing signs to be put up in the|

jof having received the letter No.

and the Royal |
Opposite Bridge Street, at Vic- |

|

Changes At |

the dock at the sitting of the

sions yesterday. He was Evans Carlisle

anch of the Post Office, and he

harge of larceny of a postal packet-—
Ist ressed to Aletha Rollock
containing money to the value of $10.

r Archer
00.

Dowding is represented by Mr.
D. H. L. Ward, while the case for
the Crown is being conducted by
Mr. W. W. Reece K.C., Solicitor
General. The case for the prose-
cution was still in progress yester-
day evening when His Honour the
Acting Chief Justice, Mr. G. L
Taylor, adjourned the Court until
10 a.m. to-day.

Dowding did not enter the dock
until 2 p.m. when his name was
called yesterday morning he did
not answer nor appear and when
he was brought in the afternoon
he said he had not seen a paper
early in the morning, and did not
know that the case had been set
down for hearing that day.

His Honour explained to him
that the notice in the paper was
Just for the convenience of the
general public. As a defendant,
it was his duty to attend Court
every day until his case was tried.

Dowding was on bail in the sum
of £100 with one surety in a sim-
ilar amount.

Registered Letter

As the case began, Mr. C
Armstrong, Colonial Postmaster
entered the witness stand.
produced a registered letter No
39261 addressed to Mrs. Aletha
Archer of Crab Hill, St. Lucy. He
also produced a delivery receipt
for the same letter purporting to
be signed by Aletha Rollock on
August 27, 1949. It had been
counter-signed by Dowding.

The letter was a piece of regis-
tered mail from New York and
arrived in Barbados on August 26.
It had been sent to the St. Lucy
Post Office next day to be deliver-
ed to the addressee.

The Postmaster also produced a
list of registered articles dated
August 27. He said that that list
along with an envelope had been

R

counterbalance this result, it was | received by him from the Postmis- | jetter

tress of St. Lucy. That list was
one which was taken out by post- |
men when they went delivering |
letters. The postman would sign |
his name against each letter that
he delivered

Mr. Armstrong produced too a
list of the registered articles re-
ceived from New York. The num-/
ber of the letter on that list was
43855. That was the New York
registration number.

Next to be produced by the
Postmaster was money amounting
to $37.18. He said he had receiv-
ed it from the Postmistress on De- |
cember 30. The postmistress had |
also sent a memorandum showing |
the denomination of the notes of |
which the amount was made up. |
He had checked the money with}
her memorandum and found it to}
be correct. {

Handed Letter

On December 23 Aletha Archer |
and Etheline Griffith had come to}
him. They made a statement and
handed him a letter.

In answer to Mr. Ward, Mr. |
Armstrong said that in the case of [
St. Lucy, if the letter was not de-
livered to the addressee the slip
should have been returned to the

St. Lucy Office next day. If it|
was delivered the delivery slip
would be returned signed. If the

addressee did not sign it, the post-
man should sign it to protect him-
self.

Adele O’Neale who had acted |
as Postmistress of St. Lucy from
August 15 to August 27, 1949, told

39261 from the General Post
Office. She had given it to the
accused the same day for him to
deliver it to the addressee. She
had also given him a list of regis-!
ltered articles that he had to de-!
!liver of which that letter was one.
| The letter was No. 5 on the list.

She was there when he ini-



He |

| Guides were delighted to go on

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Mrs. Savage New
G.G. President



Mrs. Savage told members





of the Local Association of

Barbados Girl Guides yesterday evening at Pax Hill that
the aims and methods of guiding could be a power of good in
the development of a community. It was the fourth annual

meeting of the association

Mrs. Savage who was elected

president Was given an adcress.

Guiding In
1949

Mrs. E. B. Williams, Island
Commissioner, in her report on
the working of the Girl Guides’
Association for the year 1948-49,

at the Annual General Meeting ot
the Association at Headquarvers,
“Pax Hill”, yesterday afternoon,
said:--

I should like on behalf of the
Girl Guides’ Association to extend
to our President, Mrs..Savage, a
very hearty welcome. We alsc
welcome tae members of the Local
Association to our Headquarters
and Camp site, Pax Hill. We
thank them for the help and sup-
port they have given to us and
to our work for this long dreamed-
of Headquarvers.

fo Mrs. Campbell we offer our
sincere congratulations on her
husband’s promotion, but we deep-
ly regret that we shall be losing
her. She has taken a great inter-
est in our work and has been
Chairman of the Local Associavion
since its formation in 1947. It has
been a pleasure to work with her
and we shall miss her.

We were sorry to say good-bye
in March to Sir Hilary and Lady
Blood, who had always shown
such an interest in our Organisa-
tion. You will remember thay it
was during Lady Somerleyton’s
visit to Barbados in March 1947
that, with Lady Blood, she helped
us to form the Local Association.

idy Somerleyton is now Inver-
1ational Commissioner at Impe-
rial Headquarters. She still talks

mm |

































of her visit to Barbados and in a

to me at Christmas said,

“Flow is our Local Association?”
The Beaver

We were all very delighted

when Imperial Headquarters

ewarded the Beaver to Miss Marie
Laborde, Commissioner tor Rang-
ers, and the Medal of Merit to
Miss Nora Burvon, Commissioner
for Camping. Guide awards are
#iven for exceptional good servic.
to the Movement. These awards
were richly deserved as both if.
Laborde and Miss Burton have
given and are still giving splen-

did service to the Guide Move-
ment,
The work of our Organisation

yoes steadily on. We siill
more Guiders_but that
be the universal cry. I heard i
everywhere I went last year in
England, so we are not singular.
The Scouts’ and Guides’ Own
was held on Thinking Day, 42u
Guides were present.
During vhe year some

neec
seems to

of the
board ships of the
which visited Barbados —H.M.S
“Duke of York”, “Solebay” and
“Cadiz”. These visits are always
thrilling events for them
There were not as many
camps as in the year before
but we realize that companies
cannot afford to camp 2 years
in succession owing to the high
cost of food and transportation
This is unfortunate for camping
is one of the most valuable parts
of Guide and Ranger training.
The Girl Guides’ Fair was held
on 2nd July at Queen’s Park anc
realised $1,712.78. We should like
to thank the members of the
Local Association for undertaking
the cake stall, which made $95.47
Our next Fair is fixed for Savur-
day, 3rd June, at the Drill Hal’
and we are very pleased that the

Home Fleet



tialled and dated the list. The date
when the receipts were sent back
to the General Post Office was
| September 4.

Edith St. John, Postmistress 01
St. Lucy said she had returned
from leave on August 29. She saw
a little of the registered articles
that had been taken out on Au-
gust 27.

|

Signature
The list showed the letter in
question. It had been given to
postman Dowding, and had been
signed by him. She knew his
signature. Dowding had brought
in a delivery receipt during the
week. It bore his signature and
ene purporting to be the signature
of Aletha Rollock. — :
She had returned it to the Gen-
eral Post Office on September 4.
On December 20 Rollock and
Griffith had come to the office to
her, Dowding was present. They
made inquiries about two register-
ed letters which had been sent to
them during August,
She had looked through
files and found that there
two such letters One was
August and the other

her
were
for

17 for



The Health Officer and Police,
who formerly were in a wire
enclosure at the entrance of the
incoming passengers department
will have a desk in this room and
this wire enclosure has also been
pulled down.



August 27 About 2.30 p.m,, the
same day the acc used had asked
her if she would be

matter, saying that he had gone

@ On Page 8



I

silent over the}

Local Association has kindly con-
sented to undertake the cake stal’
again, We shall be very grateful
if each member will help us b:
selling admission tickets for th«
Fair, These are ready and may be
obtained from Miss Marie Laborde
after the meeting
Headquarters

The most wonderful event of
the year was the opening of our
Headquarters and Camp sive, Pax
Hill, by Lady Rance on 15th Octo-
ber. His Excellency the Acting
Governor, Mr. S. H. Perowne,
C.M.G., was present and the Lord

Bishop of Barbados blessed our
building.
Our four Fairs have realised

$7,025.99. The land at Pax Hili
jhas cost $4,800.00 (£1,000), of
| which $2,400.00 (£500) has been
paid. The balance $4,625.99 was
used for moving the building from
Needhams Point, re-erecting iv,
cutting the entrance, building the
wall in the front of the property,
; making the road in the grounds
j and enclosing the whole area with
posts and barbed wire, The water
has been laid on from Belmont
Road to the corner of the land at
the side of the envrance. Due to
\the combined efforts of Lady
Blood and Lady Rancc ie-
ceived in December a generous
jdonation of £300 from Develop-
\ @ On Page 8







—~e!




| read it at leisure.

Lady Southorn who also gave
a short address, stressed that in
the present chaotic world of
despots there never was greater
need for the true aims of the
scout and guide movements.

Mr, J..P. O'Mahony and Mrs. J,
Connell were elected members of
the Executive committee of the
association. Mrs. Jack Simpson
will take over from Mrs. P. F.
Campbell as Chairman while Mrs.
Ward is th> new secretary.

Brownies from _ Carrington’s
Village Girls’ School, Queen's
College and St. Michael's Girls
gave a short display of the normal
activities they pursue on guiding
evenings.

Mrs. Williams, Island Commis-
sioner, presented a report for the
year 1948-1949.

Making her address Mrs. Savage
said: First I would like to thank
you for the very kindly welcome
given me today. Although I am
not a Guider I do appreciate the
purposes and value of Guiding
and I shall be very happy to help
the Local Association in every
possible way.

It is three years since the
Association was formed, and |!
have read the reports of the
Annual General Meetings which
show a growing interest in
Guiding which I hope will be ex-
tended in the years ahead.

Favourable Comment
It has given me much pieasure
to see during the last four months,
a few of the parades of Guides,
and Her Royal Highness Princess
alice, auring her visit, comment-
ed very favourable on the many





C. D.C. Plantation

In.. Dominica

LEAVING Barbados
the “Lady Nelson”
to superintend

to-day
Domini
plantation fo!

ior
a

is Lt. Col. Ilan Begg of England

He told the “Advocate” yester-
day that the plantation is a small
one comprising 1,000 acres on

which will be grown cocoa,
and bananas.

citrus

in cultivation while the remaining

to be cleared and would probab!
take about two or three years t
finish the job.

Lt. Col. Begg came out from
England nine months ago and ha
been residing at “Glenrise’’ Pine
Hill.



Colonial Development Corporation |

He said that 200 acres are now}

800—secondary forest would have|



40|- For Stick
Wound

FREDERICK HOLMES of New
Orleans was fined 40s. to be paid
in two months or two months’ im-
prisonment when he appeared
before His Worship Mr. E. A.
McLeod yesterday.

He was found guilty of wound-
ing Mortuier Skeete with a stick
on March



Larceny Case
Adjourned

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24-year-old tailor of Carrington
Village was charged before His
Worship Mr. H. A, Talma yester-|
day with the larceny of a quantity
of sugar cane valued at ls. and}
the property of the Governor-in- |
Executive Committee on March 22. |

The case was adjourned

March 24,



until!

ider Fined

Careless Rider Fined





Guides she saw, not only on her
arrival, but at various points along
the route she travelled. I was
very proud of the Barbados
Guides, and I am sure you wil
agree that much credit is due to
Mrs. Williams, our Island Com-
missioner whose devotion to Guid-
iug has inspired the Movement
in Barbados.

I am grateful, too, for the inter-
est shown by you all in the Locai
association, both generally and in
,our attendance here today, and
I do depend on each one of you
to remain or become members in
order to inform the general public
on the aims and methods of
Guiding which can be such a
power of good in the development
of the community.

I would like also to welcome
uady Southorn who, later in this
meeting will be addressing us.
She has been deeply interested in;
Guiding for many years and, as
you probably know, was Island

Commissioner in Ceylon and Hong! 95 YEARS AGO — ADVOCATE |
Kong. We are very happy to have |

her with. us today.
A Tribute
Before I close I would like to
pay tribute to Mrs. Campbell, the
Chairman of our Local Associa-

A FINE of £2 to be paid in|
three months or one month's im-
prisonment was imposed on Frank
Gooding of Cave Hill yesterday
by His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod

He was found guilty of ridin
his bicycle M-1913 on the Upper
Wharf in a negligent manne:
January 18.

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INJURED
LINTON SKINNER



was taken |
to the General Hospital shortly
after nine o’clock last night and |
detained, |

Skinner was injured a_ few}
minutes earlier when he was in-!
volved in an _ accident with|
National ‘bus M.1402, driven by
Theophilus Dyall of Drax Hall,

St. George. Scene of the accident
was Trafalgar Square, opposite
the Public Buildings vard



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MARCH, 23, 1925
FOOTBALL

After a stubborn struggle

tan defeated College by tw



and I am sure you would like me
to express your appreciation of
her efforts on our behalf and of
guiding, and to extend our good
wishes to her in her new sphere.

Lady Southorn said that she had
to thank Mrs. Savage for the
sind words she had said about
her. They were very fortunate,
she said, in their new president,
for whatever Mrs. Savage did was
done with all her heart.

It was very appropriate
she should be there at Pax Hill
then as her being there united
bonds of the old Pax Hill in
England where the climax for her
enthusiasm in guiding was
reached.

They had to remember that the
spirit of fun and adventure was
the mainspring of guiding. It was
the spirit in which they of all
the nations could take part. It
vas What the scout always stress-
ed. She felt they would never
let scouting or guiding become
distant in their outlook.

She remembered once at Pax
Hill attending an enrolment when
their chief guide was there, how
there was that vivid spirit among
them. The enrolment was charm-
ngly conducted and she felt then
that Mrs. Williams inspired her
guides nicely.

There never was a greater need
for the true aims of the scout
and guide movements in the
present world of chaos and des-
pots as there was then. She would
urge all girls and young women
to contribute their quota in push-
ing the great movement forward



S.C.A.C. Report

‘@ From Page 1.

“Although at the start of the
constitution it is to be expected
that the Governor General should
ve from the United Kingdom” he
said, “I certainly hope that the
growth of the West Indies as a
nation may be so rapid that in
the very near future we may have

someone sufficiently capable
hold this post.”
Although as some argue the

West Indies were not economically
ready for federation, and thi
chase of the matter was sure t
present much difficulty at the
start, he felt sure that the area
had statesmen of sufficient visio:
and foresight who would iron out

| these difficulties

Some people thought that the
West Indies in trying to become

}a nation should sever themselve:

trom the Mother Country, but he
agreed with the S.C.A.C. that
this was impracticable owing to

the economic stability of the
cole nies
He regarded the report of the

| Committee as the result of very

careful consideration and thought
that they should be congratulated
for their work

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customary for him to use his

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sues of the “Advocate” contain. |
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fully away in order that he might
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had not understood the little
read already.

ne had

tion. She will soon be leaving us, |

that |

to one at Queen’s Park on Satu

day afternoon. The College wei
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\K. C. Lewis, their usual first

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IN MEMORIAM . SiS ARON AAS PB ee ee de
nel FOR RENT
pring memory salen — ‘ MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW
a ¥ ALLAMBY SS ———— ZEALAND LINE LIMITED
oe HOLIS (M.A.N.Z. LINE)
j DUSES eM DAERWOOD 1 M.V. “KAIPAKI" is due to arriv
Cargo end Passengers for la: rinidad from Australian port a
-—IN Pine H St. Vincent, Grenada, | Mamets, : hag
to October ‘inci . sailing Wednesday 23na “DEVON” is scheduled to sali re
oven tenant Reasonable — re a 3 Melbourne, March 16th, Sydney March 3
30b King C/o All App CARIBBEE wil b ane M h 3ist, afriving f
Alleyne Arthur & Coa In Carlisle Bay “ ARIBBEE wiil sc- |l| Tyinidad Apel 27th. spits ‘
ges he aed =: 22.3.50—5n ARRIVALS I ‘ Montserrat S.S. “CITY OF DIEPPE” sails Adelaide ihe
‘ “a ee et TAZLEWOOD,” Bishors Co M.V. Canadian Cc ae DEPARTURES St. Kitts-Nevis. Sailing Friday April 18th, Melbourne April 28th, Sydne
is buried there turnisned, Telephone Retrige Hill net, Capt. Seott 4 < er. 3.935 tons SS Alcoa Pilgrim, 3,931 tans net, 24th March. ’ ieee pens: May 13th, arriving z
, and Garden Available ist ‘Apa |Gerdiner Austin & Co A apes Ss DuBoulay, for St. Vincent; Agents: The Schooner LAUDALPHA “These vans “hee am f te
Telephone 2222, ca ie ect tes Ne son, 4,655 tons net, Capt a oom eae Gehan 3,935 tons ? , poe, ae See chilled hard frozen and ert 5 gpa rang ied
E£ t l diner Austin ae On 8 ’ Agents: Gar- Net, Capt. Scatt, for St. Vincent; Agents March t L ay 21st Cargo .accepted on through bills of io
; 4 AL : = mn, Tad. Gardiner Austin & Go., Ltd. ending wen renshipment at Trinidad
5 WwW. B my . B.W.I, SCHOONER OWNERS’ or British Guiana, Barba Windward
cae E IN TOUC ra bet pny abe fh N and Leeward Islands. 4
| H WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION AON ees Te eee eee
—— — BRIGHTW | Coble And Wireles , . DaCOST. 4
—— Gap F ie hee Sea, St. Lawrence | dviee tie ine en — Indies) Ltd. Alcoa Pilgrim, Samtore, Cavina, Ga* TEL. 4047 Aen tae &
qyromorIVE \ppiy to Mrs. Weathe nrrom April Ist, |With the following ships throuste tree erm aiae Equator, San Luisa, Lucian - FURNESS WITHY & CO. LTD., Ry
———_ Morris ten, model 1942 poten car meer se ; |Barbados Coast Stations — ieee io 7 ento, Durango, Maure SO ee ees Agents: Trinidad. *
One Morris ten, me iets 23.3.50.—In. | _S.S. Stella Polaris, B ania, Papgnui, Alcoa’ Patriot, ‘Hecuba. lene sinitpininccd
cated condition. Dial 4588.) AGO BO ant S: |Ta‘ca, Silver Sandel, "hepamaterdam, Mont Everest Mars, Corrientes, Stanley
Tyres 2 —3n < 1, to let ah ames. Private | Dolores, Ines, Pandit Saaieneee,” yeres, Mathews, Nieu Amsterdam, Casablanca, od
enon en | tis nished. Apply ert |lio, Te De Re, Atlontians we Ciri- Manion . Moran, Mormacsurf, Fred Mor-
One Lancaster Car in good work id Street, Dial Canddian Chal ; eager ris. Gold Heels, iprine °
er Apply to K. Weatherhead C/o 23.3.50.—2n m Cha llenger, Veendam, S. Matec. Fosna, Wave Ring, Whittier” — .
Pee Co Co, Ltd. 21.3.50—3n/ LA ‘VENTURE—from April is
ery cheap. | nes Bay, St. James. Apply ne eae - ‘ Ac.
ord V-8 23.3.50.—2r vie
Price reasonable - j ' SOUTHBOUND CANADIAN SERVICE
10,000 mi 5 Like r S On-the-sea. Furn- | N
8 Tourer. 1946) ai] modern 3 bedrooms, Name of Ship Sails Arrives
L ellent condition } 5 anvenie \pply 3 . } S/S “ALCOA P a Halifax Barbados
3 GARAGE LTD., Teie-| Elese Court, Hastings, 23.3.50--2n | ' S/8 “ALCOA pee March 9th March 19th
post — 3250380) | arnivar \ one aia eet Sere ,
4 6—By BW. Sauing every two weeks.
— BAR ERE FROM TRINIDAD ‘isbeass Bryan, ME seeta Sr Mrs.
CAL |, Pamela Knaggs, amela Margaret enson, jos =Ur- NEW YORK SERVICE
WECHANI gi | Narisa Plimmer, ante eee cratins Stadech ‘ Shadach. » Maria Sails Arrives
———————. (1) One N —(aeES=— O—OO™™Tlele———e—— eee Sher, A Fergusson. ‘ Mr. a eh ‘ Yolan- a: nei E New York Barbados
apDING MACHINE—(1) One Monroe == . Rud fusson, Dr. D. Bros- da Franco, S. “BYFIOBD April 7th April 17th
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jaging Machine in Orrin Seer Con-| HELP derwalde, Willasht? Shad Margot Molly enti) Mr. =... aoe Gomes, Mrs RR CHI KE BB Ce Sy FE Mareh 17th March 27th
mas c/o Da Costa's Harewere. |. j Chinvlen- Fienial’ Sata’, acne Elena Gomes, Mr. Lauria Gittens, Miss
50—3n | c Giees. ios Cook Apply to Mrs Joy Milne, Henry Derkenkamp Mie Mra eames ey er : } ee ee
zittens Ba a n, Doris Hart te) 42 peta ion 0s, Miss Yolande I é . Sails A -
—_— myans” Bay § : wis Harbin, Au : # ° n a aia s rrives
By orett [Rosalyn Speight, Wve fe ee Se Emily Boxhill, Mrs. Iva} «a qy an interview with thc, ens to obtain eggs for one’s own wile New Orleans Barbades ~~
ELECTRICAL Ns ge, Clementine Lewis, Sil age, Diana Grden, Mr. Thomas Green, Mr. Richard | “*¢Vocate’, Mr. W.D. Hall, West: requirements entails permis ss ‘ALCOA ROAMER"” March 22nd April 6 e
a _ EXPE R IENCED SALES GIRLS ——- It ennard Taylor, Doris’ Silvanie Lewis, Shannpn, Mr, Hugo Jorda, Mrs. Miriam Indies Sales Manager for Messrs f nel tails x mission 8 AICOA RUNNER” Feb. tind jaiadiyipre T,
WIRELESS SE ‘ eferen és Walehats : | John Watkin’ Boe Robert Jorda, Mr. Arthur Nurse, W/Cmdr, Regi- ] Harry Gr 8 or Messrs rom Government, consequently *S.S. ALCOA RANGER March 8th March 26th ;
Ferrodine, pe, Broad Street niety Sand ‘er, Cynthia ‘W rat r, Arthur Web- nald Lawes, Mrs. Sybil Mckhrane, Mrs arry Green Ltd., Manufacturers| no one keeps chickens, conse eS :
fies tone Char seciaeeeh Re ee eee ae nae ee a We nea ikGas Hak ee Dorothy MecEachrane, Miss Judith Mor oo Toilet and Laundry soap, said} quently. there .are. no ges , Appl DA CosT.
d Myer Bee NY SN. Se Marian Wilder, Mr. ©. T.} that he is very des ien t Re ee re ply A COSTA _& CO., LTD.—Canadian Service
#8. - MISCELLANEOUS FROM ANTIGUA wv Hopkin, Mr, W. Anthony, Mz. Mar: | seeing th ve: despondent at} A Gover xnt per nece OBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service
GERATOR. — American General a Kenneth Andrew. Aletha i _ Tree, Mrs. Mary Proctor, Mr. Scisresise ice g& e mass of business con-} sary to obt ow |
10\z cubic feet cap MISCELLANEOUS 3. -C » 4, | Lever Ose Pillered oe Bo asa Kong, Miss Elizabeth Preece, Miss Marian trols which are spreading from| brighten up ” | —— — -—--- —
Pedition as New. Chambe nd ' Mics C. Sint to, | Wilder Uersdorf, Marton Archer, Miss Elizabeth Fulton, Miss England to the B.W.1. In th ae ke " :
Phone 3698. es ar ain cooking. R FROM st. KITTS Mergeret Masayn, Miss Betty Carr, Miss “From my ob: | ee et te cere ere . YS.
— 93 350 Wo Mr. R. Tucker, Pemela Tait, Miss Camille Rodriguez ny observation her e and| slow recovery of England ‘ ‘
NTURE — 23.3.50.—1n FROM La GUAIRA Miss Sonia Rodriguez, Mr. Wiluam Blair | '2 England I would say that 80° | to present government condit ii
7 rary : ot . . i
ty om an F rthe, Amalia Forsythe yon .Anrevam GutAiA of he time of every eiteouhtins in which are stifling the spi it :
eC ABINE r Mah kan Height | £2 : ge Dan a a4 + e arlos Fimueredp _ Miss Miwigie Cuke, Mr, Denis Reid celite r — arene. or the} enterprise and freedom of tt 1 WY
fet 6 ins. Widt ns. Depth 14 ‘ FROM BRITIS Ktev. Chérles Biles, Miss Maria Snijders ing trades is taken up with] co. “y also consic th ‘
Glass Doors a! Chambers, y Mr. T. J aire GUIANA Mx. Peter Snijders, Mrs. Enid Amin, J liaison wor th th _ . | phage ot T also‘comaicer that thes OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
99 2 s Miss E kK wi the Government conditions are tl t ¥
Bouse, ee a a C arth ¥ oti ae ‘estan, Mrs. Rose Mac- over some form of Control | POU fe : ser ag en
a ———— | “225 easily ce a E ‘arthy~ y. eres . 0 , ol} ing ground for nat
Sana TABLE olid mahogan £25 . x arned by obtaining orders ve FOR ANTIGUA re-quirements Since executives! which may le in rcs ional we : Vv l Due
handsome modern desifn, siz a oe a ~~ Christmas Cards from oe Patrick MacDonald, Mr. Hamyf of the manufactu uring and selling scaaattot f ths ; en essel. From Leaves Barbados.
Paid, 6 ins. Chamber ouse, | YC lends. No previous experienc: My. C. Gon inter trades . struction ¢ j rid
: 03.3.6 1% sieslaiee ience Mr. € ion- FOR St, KITTS Ss are virtually the pipe lines Mr 1 has beer the W SS. “ATLANTIAN” :
Prove $0 yoann egy gg Phe lagen myperins, a Miss B. Nicholls, Mrs, Rosemary * Wigley through which the every day | ae Hell hes been in tik West) - ete .. Liverpool 8th, Mar. 24th Mar.
S0OK SHELVING SURROUNDS—Pite’: | (memos Britain's largest and |” FROM JAMA « rampton FOR JAMAICA aailinnaibine. of: food «clothing and | med for two months and has| 5:S. “COMEDIAN .. London 14th Mar. 3rd April
Painted Cream Enamel, or ngih | @ at Publishers; highest commission, \ R “faveto Mr tax Di Mr. Alexander Ogilvie household mt : aRotANS im ing and! met with great success in estab-| 5S. “STATESMAN” . Glasgow 24th Mar. 7th Apr
tree shelves 14ft. x lft | marvelou» money making opportunity on, Mr Max Du IN PORT: Sch. Alexandrina R.. Sch sehold requirements reach the} lishing agencies in the i S.S. “MEGNA” Londor 25th Mar. 10th 4 om
* with corner section 2ft. 81 Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Victoria BWIAL Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch. Mary M. Lewis public, it is clearly to be seen that hos wall . iSS. “OREGON ST AR” .. London a nh Mar Oth Apr.
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post of HEADMISTRE of the| \ giao: on” serve the West Indies, but 1 Ss “cier sins LOSS 29th March
. CATHEDRAL HIGH SCHOOL, Spanist | MF. : Pemncle Otto. Sareis, Barrister In England today it is scarcely | that conditions have faiowed tiael S. “CUSTODIAN Liverpool 5th April
SCELLANEOUS , Which is to be vacant in PERSON AL | a ee ee oo arts possible to obtain any meat butter) are no } le ez 5 7 c setbegaie S F f
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TYPHOO TEA—The Tea with a capital | The ¢ athedral High School is a Ch fore - Challenger.” y nadian} or eggs. Clothes are very scarce | },; ge quantities He i woul me Ke | or further particulars apply to
. Delicious Economical, Refreshing. | Of England Secondary School whith. | Mr. Wilfred D. Collins, Welfar and very expensive te catia : ti ov ne "es Ke |
supplies at your eae ot 8 Esai 194 a First Grade Secondary The public are hereby warmed against | oes wh: motes arrival from Sweets, sugar and soap can only Pitan — : a: 9 inl ao ey | DA CUSTA & CO., LTL -Agents.
ist. 50—2n a oe a ; giving credit to anyone in my name with- | Mfr eS rie ae ~ hy rn, be obtained in small rationed | ¢ombine but a soap ae evens
STEEL CABINETS — Four Roneodes: | °° t the school Mer sh nae orn ee Seen aa | Collins of Ashton Hall, St. Peter quantities. To keep a few chick-/ 4, his ow Pe RESP ee | ee
j Cabinets complete with Trays and 3 County Roed Miss Winifred Leroy Foster, a civi us - n : {
Reis. Never been used. Knight’s Ltd 8) Mish,el servemt of British Guidna, arrived by They ave appointed Messrs. | })
a ae NOTICE ~” 21.3.50—3n Britist aye ~ re See Bradshaw. and Co. their sole|})
——$—$—_—————— R ia nitish Gulana ar is staying at Majo swente oe acid > ))
MISTER NOVELTIES which will de rats Be Rotate | ee | E. Grifith. BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE | #gents in. Barbados _Mr Hall | \
it the children can be obtained fron op ene , Lo 7 Mr. George McLaren Mercurius, Pos AS left yesterday by B.W.I.A. for} ))
| F mg & Co. You cam get; NOTICE IS HEREBY G IVEN t : * FOUND oe chanen, sume aie mt nae SOCIATION ] Trinidad en route to England } ITISH WEST IND A
ic eggs in various colours containing , - hat al . . a. vals frotr . 1
sweets and other surprises. Look tee mi Savin oe debt or claims agains = Guiana by the ‘Lady Nelson’ Election of Council members Advt - )
for the clucking hen and the little sed, "4 4 aa Agusta Seymour d LOST Mr. and Mrs. r Doncan Falcone Polling for the election of five members | )-—>->=
that lays five eggs one after the }ine Rérish as fason Hail Street, Sahai Lady Came of Barbados by th to serve on the Council for the year | }})" { )
Harrison's Toy Dept. has them. | jc, Parish of aint_Michae] in this Is-] _SWBEPSTAKE TICKET—Series Z.0001| pig yey tees Mr, Falconer is a Suge | 1950, will take place in the Lobby 0’ | |\ { }
16°3.80—in | Nd Who a d in Varbades on the aco | Finder please return smmé to the Advo- ae tish Guiana. the Legislative Council Chamber, Public | {( CAKE SALE } }
any, ebruary 1940 are requested cate Advertising Dept. Rewarded Mr alter Dudley Warden, an In-f Buildings, on Saturday the 25th March, | }\ ) } sy
BSCHALOTS — Onions being scarce} tomas, Panu os their claims du 22.3.50—Gn cong rn og be eg o_o oe rigs: between the hours of 10 am. ana | {\ At T. R. EVANS { i)
Eschalots which we offer 48 cents | -~ ~ o the undersigned HAROLI i Re ¥ e “Lady p.m 9.30 oy )
CT EMENTS, ¢/o or of F SWERPETARE. TICKET ier Nelson”. The ¢£ . E 9.30 a.m ;
nd. Harold Proverbs & Co., Ltd. || r of Fitts Village St SWEEPSTAKE T 'T— 5 e following Candidates |! been ad of Loc “ha
ee 11.3.50—6n_ | 2#mes on or before the 8th day x May | Finder please retin San ee aie “4 Passengers arriving yesterday by the} nominated :— id és A as, math ae h )) |
1g. 0 after which date I shall pro- ah, Venture, St. John.—Reward offered Copneian Challenger” were — fron Migs D. FORDE ; 23, }
GAS RANGE—Two Burner Gas Range ed of distribute the assets f | enrar ere 23 3.50 in, Povost King, hie “Eecoara some ~ Ma. 1. COURBTOM rit
good as new Price $20.00 Phone eased among the parties n | iti 5 tne ng, Mr. Bernard Elwin Mr. H. COULSTON \ aaa ~
M. Cecil Jordan. hereto, having regard only to such| Mr. R. A. CLARKE SSS | \
21.3.50—3n ims of which I shall then, hav | Mr. E. L. MORRIS | \) |
—~ |had notive and I will not be liabie ‘ 7 Mr. A. E, LEWIS \}
EVERITE ASBESTORS SHEETS 6 to]! the assets or any part thereof s GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Mr, C. Rf. BERINGER } |
RD Bverite Flat Sheets 4ft. x sft. | Ustributed to any person of whose Mr. D. E CHASES ‘ Barbados Real Estate i)
te 4” Pipe 2 to 6 ft. bends and ve i I shall not then have had | . sna |
LA. E. Ta ¥ Qos Sa » Stree notice | He i ‘“ sas : . ee s. M, § ) j
‘> aylor Ltd., Coleridge Street. |"°A'nd all persons indebted to the sic | THE Report of the British Caribbean Standing Closer Association] Miss BE. V, CARTER has withdrawn. | (| Agency ) i
late are requested to settle their in- | COMmmittee is available at the Colonial Secretary’s Office at a cost of 22.3.50-—3i. | {{ )
SEANISE, PIPES & arrmas, 8 Size Dated’ this fie daw of ed | seventy-two cents per copy. penerTery| ) FOR | RENT (i
he . ‘4s a, =, 2 > c - wi r ? { \\
Auto Tyre Co., Trafalgar St GLADSTONE F. BOWEN | . ¥ | 5 )) }
2896. 16.3.50-—t.f.1 Qualified executors of the Estate of | Fit out your $ { From Ma i |)
i ELLEN AGUS SEY , eos FURNISHED HOUSE 1x Ya 12? Ik avers :
BATH TUBS—Four English Bath Tu arn sean Pere vee eee | =. FOR THE TRANSPORT OF BISCUITS AND % % v club ad mo oa i DUE to several changes in schedule which become
= $s 2 1 vee + { \\
ew $100 Less 10% for cash sale | LK TO THE PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS ’ ¥ amenitic } }
+. es & Co., Ltd 12.3.50 t.f.n } : A . COTTAGI James Coast Uli { . : ; -.
— eile NOTICE TENDERS are invited for the transport of cartons of biscuits and ; % }} furnished nea ed Wit effective Saturday, ist April, 1950, all persons hold-
NIS § STS in and 2 fan V d +
e 6ft., GAR. Gins. Bit. and 9 Teaaine Re Retate of containers of Skimmed Milk Powder to the Public Elementary Schools | $ Q ) * h} i)
mild steel plates 1/1! 1 M4 SAMUEL A. SKEENE the Island during the foll NOW FOR BI FOR SALE iN 9) ing reserve P 4 i
and 3/8 in various s Enquire (Deceased.) a Se eee ne School ‘terms: 3 | ROSLYN h Avenue Belleville i {\ nS reservations on or after that date are kindly:
Tyre Company, Trafalgar Street NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1, 8th May to 4th August, 1950. | ; i Bi wood He ood. t it: Hh —
t 1.3.50— f ersons having any Cebt or claims again i 9 at a . fie % ONLY Sif F (0) Ott Drawing ) \ E {| 4 . ‘ .
Bice Pee the Estate of Samuel A icuens, dante 2. 11th September to 8th December, 1950. > 5 yd. % | i room: in ‘ ‘ i} | ))) requested to communicate with our Office; Lower
§0SE RECORDS YOU WANTED-~ |! of Near Rices in the Parish of S' | 3. 8th January to 6th April, 1951 ig g Water ih! )
re een and they're keen | Philip in this Island, who died | T “halp ef ‘ a , % LIS ALL IN MAGOHANY! i ‘ KENWORTH i e¢ )) t
nates gad Bne corde, Rm” | sland onthe Oh day cf Septmirs jo | The estimated fortnightly deliveries are 400860 cartons of bis-/f ss te 9. Wood House Koad wc Mf Broad Street, (Phones : 4585 and 2789) for inform-
. » Ss s 3 n rx ues o send in particu ts of 2 > gan ‘ ¢ . " a % F 1 ceptior » Be , owe yell : Cathie: = 4
r Sisters, Mills Broth ete. their claims duly attested oe en of 24 lbs. each, and 125—300 containers of Skimmed Milk Pow- | X And here is what the 9- 9 Bath, Toi a Ele ))}
f nes & Co iJ. Mc. D. Skeene of er of 50 lbs, each. Supplies mus j enclosed yard at
. , oU Ibs, eacn. & S must be ta 2 § 3 bis | i ‘ ‘egs . ; f :
Ch. Ch. on or before t! th ie lide ca PE ken from central depots in |B Piece Suite is | KARLVILLE Upp po y i ation regarding changes in times of arrivals, and
June 1950 after which da | ridgetown. 12 % | Hill, fwe House, part stone Ui ({
preceded to distribute the assets, of th 2. ie — ee ; . ; i ¥ part bed ne Qty (f
ad, to Senaeneae he gesets, of |S Supplies must be delivered every two weeks according to the re- 6 Upright Caned Chairs 9 | room. I \ i departures, etc
t to, ha regard only to su iirements individual sc a ¢ Senciton . % enclosed yard Qty tt . ’ °
ee eet teas hee had e nents of the individual schools, and all deliveries must be com- 1 Pair Large Tub Chairs % COVE SPRING HOUSE i {
, {notice and I will not be liable eted within three days. x ) s Coast, Two st ! a Mt Ait '
or any part thereof so distrit Te . : > a ” : 00! Ve dé (ct ih
wy. person of whose debt 0 Tenders must cover all requirements of the schools during the i, Full Size Fancy Settee S| i} own bathins (| ii
»t then have had not per 5 sntioned ¢ 7. an ak ; =. ; ) land Vee
jcnoor BAGS strong _C a Cavaank weet, na cn periods ee above, and must reach the Colonial Secretary’s Because only one lucky 4 H } { |
Bo! y | estate are requested to settle t! Office not later than 12 o’clock noon on Ss , ‘ . . Kit Barbs i} |
ebtedness without delay 1950, Tenders must t aa iad 8 Saturday, the 25th March, Easter Home Furnisher can % It office. : \\
Dated sis 8th day of March 1! 1900, ters must be mar ed “Tender for transport of biscuits and . 9 | ‘ ))}
Qualified hummer ar tho Hetate of riilk to the Public Elementary Schools.” get fhis Bargain, let the § |}
| Samuel SKEENE eased | > per: shose caw th nt : % SS ms >
Samuel A. SKEENE, deceased " be The person whose tender is accepted must be prepared to fur-|¢ luck be Yours. x (POPPE EPO OO POPE POET
nish sureties for the due performance of the contract. W N X BARBADOS x
r T ATHLETIC SPORTS The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any | X L. > ILSO xo . g X
| an) yy TER-SC .
UBLIC SALES | under. Trafalgar St. -:- Dial 4069 % % haiaeatigntd- tale ‘ ‘
— | THE Annual Athlete Sports Meeting 17th Fel 1950 x % as - THE MARK
— | of the Boys’ Foundation School will ith February, 1950. 9 * ‘ 66¢ OS A HLETIC : »
REAL ESTATE | take place this year on Thursday 23rd 23, 3, 50.—In POOOOCS OOS OHO HOY" sj x » pee Bae ha
| March, beginning at 1.20 p.m. Parent * » oF ‘santicn
PILAN | and guardians of the boys, friends of ‘ ‘
piaXD—1 637 square feet of land a | the School and all Old Boys are cordi- TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF SUGAR TO THE % x
a tw boo Bay Street, Apply | aily invited to witness the events. Mrs PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS * \
times Street RKE & CO., Solicitors. | H Talma has kindly consented to | 4 % 4 % at KENSINGTON OV AL, %
se 19 stribute the prizes TEN Sanam : - ° | ‘ ¥ x x
22,3.50—2n TENDERS are invited for the supply of Clear Straw Sugar to the ( O % FRIDAY 3ist March, 1950
st Gay GE Maro ublic Elementary Schools of the Island during the following schooi » » ° mec st Beginning 12.30 p.m. »
ce James Str ’ terms:— } es Admission: Me, & im: 3
g house and shop LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE ig OB ; | ‘ Seal Chitéren te .:
aa as fio 1. 8th May to 4th August, 1950. as Sniferm 18 \,
! ~ t , The of Rupert Mi.Jer, hold- ) | ifor Re. | :
This square foe, of aig | f aby No. of 1950 11th September to 8th December, 1950, % â„¢
nN Ee, ah built of ” | arar sod ee ce 3. 8th January to 6th April, 1951. 65 OSCE PS x
are consis’ ° | Suttle Street, oi , for P The estimated fortnightly requirements are 4,500 to 10,000 pounds | SSS FSS
e said Liquor License at the ‘ D, : , AV, s
Hor 7 on wo store ugal Person encering must quote the . >
ent ; { bottom floors of a tw juote the price per pound plus )
pis eo we: | al Tudo Street < L delivery charge } SCHOONER 4
day Yated nd day ot rch, 1954
Ttaithis aileins ; ot. MA", Supplies must be delivered t ba tl -
ra ANFTS LD ; ” avistrate, De son's - plies 1 t be delivered to the schools every two weeks ac- })) E M 7" ANNIS iii}
. & BAN I Sig hal rding the a7 ne . } |
Solicitors, James St | Applicant rding to the requirements of the individual schools, and all deliv- is oe itke Bs Ns b |
7.3 8 | NB. Thi _applicati yn wilt Us ee eries must be completed within three days. i T y |
= i & at eed - a ~ ‘ . - kT -_ z ‘ ne ” Sailing , Tr jad ‘ :
For SALE AND REMOVAL | Court, Dictrict oho ‘at 11 o'elock Tenders must cover all requirements of the schools during the i) |
he rd day < pri P , ’ rind . ¢ 7” j . a 2 )
the building ys | 2 i oateak periods ed above, and must reach the Colonial Secretary’s }))} SATURDAY ‘MARCH 25th }) |
Lower Bre vent! cation tial ee oa ear | OF later than 12 o'clock noon on Saturday. the 25th March i will accept Cargo ‘)
storey 1 height ? 5 =e ae 1950 Tenders must > : 3 ¢ and a Ps . . )
Ms ck te ac ee ce l> a er ” ae eee be marked “Tenders for the Supply of Sugar to i ;
® wall of the Sars + en th ws t an | the Public Elementary Schools.’ } » | th { if
ben le ¢ “ 1. JAS JONES & C( , til
to (ndows plates, Sick weak sont 1 LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE | The person whose tender is accepted “3 tea |. HS AgR IR Oy Si
ey, 8%, Said building but not th | : ‘ | pted must be prepared to tur- | \\ ‘ \ im
Bot the wrich form: raters oe fies oac {} rust mee for the due performance of the contract. ) " Ci
Tene » Storied part of tt ‘ , Malt I at The Government in not bind itself to accept the lowest or any |
the Sent,“ Titing will be rec card SRC Snes wea : tender ; ia
the a t2ry of the undersig>e a: eat aan ot 3 17th February, 195 if) i i i
re arch Ke sist day of Ma th February, 1950 23. 3, 50.—I1n | This tyre- has no equal where traction is the
teeny, »D | Signed : IANTHE AB i mY AL | ri ary d R
€ im “Cyr %
Cccaaain |. esis seal s,| TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF FRESH COW'S MILK RIENT. | need. Recommended for use on
H. D. BROWNE, | a Licensing - O THE PUBLIC ‘ . | : . . .
i. ROWNE. | . Diste ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS as Goobs!! | unimproved roads, in off the highway hauling, :
| Sist day of Me ; , ‘ENDERS are invited for the s ly of ‘ , Th D CURIOS, JEWELLERY
Ror —-— sadeanae | Td Ply een Deg + aan upply of fresh cow’s milk to the eres a Umea: Sen ee ‘ . . : 1’
- USE Police agi D Public Elementary Schools throughout the Island during the following SLSCO Pai t t BRASSWARE, TEAKWOOD | | and in rural areas where maximum traction 1s a
v nt fot every SANDAL, IVORY, ETC a
a 8 | school terms: — u am - . , 4 . |
xi as : i re
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | 1. 8th May to 4th August, 1950 oo. KASHMERE 2: )
e coe eal Ales 2 llth September to 8th December, 1950. SISSONS BROTHERS | 1
soplietie® scaee No 773 of 1950, | 3. 8th January to 6th April, 1951 natin SOMPANY, LTO. THANI BROS |
to h nr of a board anc | I of the conditions and re re : Se ee . . :
at]. . z a . e and requirements of supplying the! sisco pAmNTS—Stooked by T. Herbert | Pr. Wm. Hy. Street
r- | milk t the contract, (Copies of which are available for | 1-t¢., Plantations Ltd., Carter & Co., Bar- i - |
@| reference at the Colonial Secretary’s Office bados Co-operative Cc Factory, N. B Dial 3466 i
| | Howell, G. W. H on & Co, Ltd., | i
» | Jersons te wing muet be pre , . son So., Ltd., |
: Persons tendering must be prepared to furnish two sureties for | T; J: Sealy, Central Fe Ltd., Wat- |
the due ances of the contract j Mine Be Sp.
; 3 T= SSSI
The marked “Tender for the supply of fresh cow’s milk” | Fe = (1
3 sh cow's milk : . :
Pp ementar tle tikes. vaash “the taeiak: tele. | Just suitable for School Children i *
rf te 2 o'clock noon on Saturday, the 25th FOUNTAIN PENS Cheap and Xt |
as o : i 7 ne qt ' |
Mi ; PEN KNIVES i ( HARLES Mc ’ tt
‘ nd itself to accept the lowest o |) ii 4 h 1 ni} } ip
A Pp € est or any | ; KK 9 ‘ | af
j . ‘ i ROBERTS & CO. iK} DISTRIBUTORS. |
l7th Fé 950 23.3.50—in a. LX















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, “7 . | Regatta On |. ermrcs
mM VW e - ar into a shop in the course of his |
work and that his bag had been |
‘ ;, ” robbed. She told him she could |
, “ur a do nothing of the sort.
A large crowd saw Empire lose to Notre Dame 1—0 wh Ly | Accused came to her on the next ;
they met in a second division football fixture at Queen’ ; day and offered to repay a portion
Park yesterday afternoon. The fifth Se of ps I ee bata hice ae cnere and then She
lh ai : ——--—-¢ Notre Dame had many oppor yachting season will be warteninas told him she could not do that, and
tunities of scoring more goals Saturday off the Royal Barbados| that she would have to report the
To Accompany A chance of scoring came for rae — i ihe Helecdowie matter to the Colonial Postmaster
: " Empire when a long pass on the gestern Weep rs r Two invelopes
A shy eee as are as 3 d er the first vici aj ar °
ee ee ee ie eee Shes ris ith et | tock tet Getter, by )
aig, b vnen he ached the -- , : .
| THE West Indies Cricket Board | area with the ball he completely D.482 Circe 2.30 Red not returned, but Griffith return- | - ;
of Control, has given Mr. J. M.]} lost control of it and kicked it Senn FOG on December 21 bringing two
Kidney, Manager of the 1950 | well’ Over the bars. . Fe tes ae 2.31 Yellow | envelopes one of which was 1
West _ Indies After that chance the Notre D 10 Van Thorndyke addressed to Rollock. Griffith
} Rate to Eng-| Dame hacks began to clear fear- ee ace. ee | eee, On December 29 and
g and, a cleri- | jescly DR ainbow = brought $37.18. She made a
‘al assistant, About five minutes before half | s Guns statement, She (witness) took
j vho will ac-] time the Notre Dame right winger I 1 Calypso 2 34__ Yellow the money and made a memoran-
ompany the| Headley cut in atic drew out the a ersten dum of the way it was made up.
eam through- | Empire goal keeper Archer and 11 "5 Melody 235 Red She also checked the serial num-
ut the tour. | made no mistake in putting the }I 7 Mohawk bers on the notes. The n:oney in
Th ¢ West | ball well into the left hand corner i «. Seale court was the same.
gindies Cricket of the empty goal and giving 11 8 Skippy 236 8©Yellow Next and last witness for the WAR R
ane - a Archer no chance of saving. ; - { ¥ Dauntless ed wae Swans ouoek & oo
Sontr as i : ‘ vho said she lived at Crab Hill.
. After half time Empire made With arms . outstretched B 3 War Cloud :
eotninas bg enother effort to equalise, Craig BERYL BAILEY executes B 8 Rascal 237. Rea Ste. ie she hed cousin. nated
; ‘ ‘ sHate i ee idley Perch in New York. e
U3} tha Baver- and Babb taking shots outside of a, graceful movement at the S 9 Mester Hisiv Mack seuiiter: ti Hex: a my
»nd R. c_|the area at the goal but the Notre Wembley ice rink. She is 1 12 Dawn 2) Vee ee ee weed se j
>a 1mer .|Pame goalkeeper Wilkinson was one of Britain’s best post- |b 9 Olive Blossom occasions but the present occasion
Ode SO Te i iti hug ae ~Glabeuibian: a a. i | was the first time that he had
3arnes for this | 2!ways in the right position to hug | war discoveries and was ip &. the , eras og
ae s eis, the ball and kick it out. | one of four British girls who DF: ated oa pe sent her money Griffith was also ’
era Pulrner- On the whole the game was | competed in the World Ice a cousin of Ridley. Christ
R. C. Paimer-Barnes Barnes wil ]|Vety, slow and a strong wind Figures championship ear- C 8 Bessy Nan 2% vétiow | > the eee aiew nn with WE
be holidaying in England at that | lowing across the well-prepared lier this month. I 2 Invader Grit she had a Salo “fole are ina
time. He is a very keen follower | Pitch tossed the ball to and fro ~ low a and oe the the Post one . 3
of the game and is a local amateur | and _ it at times very difficult * | T °° IT 18 Glytie 241 Red tae, Mice. St. John. She did not Unique Position
; to control, . saltan “Nites #1
ae : The teams were: Champion | rinidad Beat So MI a yok Meee OF. JORN Hie feet to suppl
Wimbledon Empire: Archer; Amory (Capt.); , | [14 _Coronitta 242 Yellow} day because she was not very Y
; Jordan, Thomas, Clarke, Cummins, Criticis d B ‘5 1—O [Ss ‘Whechite niga but b ning’ ~o pve hae on
Reports Denied | Downes, Morris, Babb, Wood, and eS one B 5 Mischief 243 Red a nae ew fold uke ee THE FINEST
P | Craig. | | m ner a letter a -
j na cs (Blaxhe I Gnat 2 44 Yellow ¢ she s se yw
LONDON. Notre Dame: Wilkinson; Strong, | LONDON | GHORGETOWN BO? th x na Show thing, ne was a
Reports circulating in the United Browne, Branch, Daniel (Capt.), Bill McGowran, well-known! 4: N, ., Maren 22. B I Gipsy : ane Ww a aT ate i SUITS
: . : . $ , . Gill | Rritie ‘ 8 ; Five thousand witnessed a/c 2 Seamp 245 Red Postmaster She had given him
States that the former German} Roberts, Headley, Best. Gill,| British boxing critic, is hopping thrilling and exciting game as —— | the letter
av “up lawn tenn ayer,| Archer and Daniel mad ¢ > Maxi i- oe . & & e 88ic 65)~—CUWizard 2
eet aes 7% ae | The linesmen were Messrs. Cavé wang . vera " Tae a eealeemani Trinidad drew first blood, beating|¢ 1} Magwin 246 ~=©Yellow | Money ; MADE TO ORDER on
ave: gueadalon to disy at and Wood and the referee Mr. | hampion, for behaving “like. a| British Cuan geal. im ieee e 4 Astra | aaah bean hee 17.00 and IN O
* F ewes ve 7 Path aL ae a : i “| first of five tests at the G.F.c./S Gitne 7 Griffith brought her $17.00 anc ;
Wimbledon this year have peer | Harr | Sash gc his = to the | Grounds this dhasinek . Cc 10 Gannet 2 47 Red made eo itetement to. Har. ..aRe UR TAILORING DEPT. ,
officially denied nited States recently aati anh deri tee sua ethic! Rogue 2 48 Yellow} had given it back to Griffith on
Von Cramm has not played at| ) The reason for MceGowran’s sae take Saar caulk aiste torig fs 3 Ranger aeaibes 29. WE FIT YOU WITH EASE ;
} f . an . tie oe o eters a r § ang C g ange’ a ‘
Wimbledon since he was defeat Arsenal Defeats | trade lies in a couple of American | jee, wing, beating Odeen with a|C 4 Hi Ho 250 Red | In reply to Mr. Ward, Rollock i
in the 1937 final by Don Budge, newspapers which carried photo- . — said the money was made up of WE FIT TO PL
: 7 ¥ . : beautiful and well placed shot. N.B. The followin datés fave Been | = < ; : b
and is still barred from doing s« Cl ls ‘ ] 0 }graphs of Maxim wearing Trinidad had the better part Of fare to. See & de one ten dollar bill, one five dollar :
by the International Lawn Tenni leisea | }monocle and handling a tea-cup the athe pie tik Aioat eo 60 ‘6th Regatta Saturday 1st Abril, 1950 bill and two single dollars. ; ;
Federation. ra een with a carefully cocked finger < & "he TEEOS : 7th Regatta Saturday 15th April. 1950, At this stage further hearing CA
a 7 | oid eid LONDON, March 22 The captain says: “Cheerio and{ minutes. British Guiana’s for-| sth Regatta Saturday, 29th Avril, 1950 of the case was adjourned unti) ) 0 a
Germany and Japan are BUS Fe 7 Arsenal defeated Chelsea by Captatn fe rheerio 9nd) ore gave a poor exhibition, H. BLAIR BANNISTER, : a. ie oe LD) * Q
members of — A) enol os anc’) ene goa! to zero after extra time ar Biker’) then rk 98,20 i. throwing away many good op-| See aak oe ai orin é t
only players of member countri¢ their Football Associavion Cup | P!ai a Joey is showing 1e i Pei ait tandems ieee itaesitt po T ] D n
v. Sind mandhee te I all Assoclay ‘ae i ‘ ig »| portunities. Towards the close i
can conageate ir ; — ee oF" |cemi-final replay at Tottenham} oe pee Bey fr 3 gh REO, | British Guiana made a desperate | ' | I
€d international championships. |icday, Cox, the right winger, e never notice mone effort to equalize but Trinidad’s | | IDING IN 1949 ee I
A proposal made last year tha ored in the fourteenth minute|and tea habit round the ringside iefence held them down valiantly. | =: ~ SS Se = I
the German Lawn Tennis Associa-] ot exira time in Jack Solonion’s gym, where |‘ oun tenis Ses ree. Py aT ete SS os d
tion should be admitted into the A goal by right winger Freddy | Maxim gathered most of his im- Patdid, Pianta Parsons, | @ From Page 5 3 years’ training as the schvol-; }) t!
Federation was violently oppose ox in the fading seconds of the} pressions of London customs and hint Paake ment and Welfare towards oun, leaving age is 14. If, however, she 4 FRESH STOCKS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING E
by. Poland At the same time] irst half of extra time shattered] customers,” said McGowran | eee cries ‘ag aid Munro. ||#¢adquarters Fund. This amovnt}has the opportunity to be a } a
Australia vigorously opposed} helsea’s Football Association Cup} gy Be sepia ana: Odeen, Desouza,| 24S, been paid to the Commitveg! Brownie first and comes up vo tha! }} LADIES’ COSMETI 3S
Japan’s ee opes and put Arsenal into ‘he tea ae aa this iicdrmes is a ee are oe jo! the Goodridge Home towards] Guide Company, by the time she \ C BAGS and FINE POWDER PUFFS,
we a . 4 ‘ f } fifth 1e Joey altogether for this ill-manner | Small, ollard, arkes, -rath= |the debt of £500 owed th tn mes scl l, she will have had | MG a
It is understood that both coun il for the fifth time : sande f aaRS lita s ode a | the debt « owed on the} leaves school, she will have had} CIGARETTE TUBES PIPE D I
tries will apply again this year his goal beat a gallant Chelsea | Nonsense, the sports crite then walle, Aolley, Thomas, Menn-|iznd. We should like to raise ? years in the Guide Movement, | S VACUO FLASKS 1
(but if admission is granted it will e in the semi-final replay on|turned the heat on Doc Kearns, |Coetano and Mc Kinnon _.,{enough money by our Fair this| which we know will be to her| \ DARLEY’S CONDITION POWDER for Horses | a
be t 1 te for von Cramm to take} 1ettenham Hotspurs, ground} the _boxer’s manage: The second test will be played year to clear the debv of £200 on| advantage. j y C
ait in tiie dpprodich ing Wimble- her crowd of 65,482 h ‘From what we have of experi- |on Friday the land and have enough money I feel that I must pay a tribute i CALL in at:— f
pm + arnhinent “ sitite the Federa- an play themselves alim¢ to} enee of Doc Kearns on his tw >| —By Cable. in hand to extend the water ser- vo the work of our Guiders, | i COS: n
lon tourname ; standstill in a thrill packed| trips over here,” he said, that | _ | vice and to build permanent con- 5 yomen, who every week) ’ af F
» the p These wo wi c
tion will es be pag A hese game cagey old customer can see farther : veniences | hold their Guide meetings which | |
rear . rence in Lausanne The ad g i dina ashe aan die aah & ban es cam a - ik rm : il rel | $ ~ ' ;
aes roy attek the . Wimbledot 'he vital goal came when Cox,| through a brick wall than most of B.B.C. RADIO We _ Should like to take this involve some preparation, are| | Day Phones: 2041 444) —_ NIGHT 81-4) ry
until July- ~ our so-called wise boys can se¢ opporvunity to thank the Local doing quiet, steady work for E
championships.—(LN.S8.) eee eeners sence nennr meee bres heath teonk 5 tenis ‘ y a ein ad the Bene : Pay ee : SS PSS pines
I I ! {through a newly-washed window! } ROGRA ME ssociation for the generous dona- our Brownies, Guides and Rang- | 3 SSS SSS .
. . | pane A tion of $120.00 towards our Head- ers. ae =, ¥
amaica Wins U.S. vs. UK. ‘But it seems that the Doc has r SDAY, March 28, 195 quarters Fund. This money. has > bave cor.e a long way since |) tale *6 ” eg g
THURSDAY, March 28, 1950 ' y We have cor.e a long way Special: “NYLONS 54 gauge — $2.25 per pair =o)
’ ; LONDON. suddenly become a myopic, for he}, 7am. 17 NOW ss cate santo aus jbeen spent in having 35 folding| Guiding was started in Barbados { Ry j p
Caribbean The Lawn Tennis Associa- | t0o was wearing a monocle when ! {03}. 7 Sim, Sporting “Recore wy |ehairs made. at the end of 1918, when girls and | GENT’S SOCKS and ANKLETS at 36c., 42c., 6c. 65e. per palt t!
, ’ tion has announced that the jhe arrived back in New York.” Banquet. 7.45 a.m. Generally Speaking. 8 tees. Ge ata women in uniform were consid~) CHILDREN’S ANKLETS white, pink, blue at 320, & 36c, per pr, || J
Challenge Cup Wightman Lawn Tennis Cup | ihe WROr. Se ree eae’ Gar. |t. aoa PORES ered a very funny sight. Today
‘ 1 ye match between America and he Pr 30 aa madiek tp Read, 8.45 ca | Two new Guide Companies and | our Organisation has proved itself THE ’ iy pack
LONDON, March 22 Great Britath Wit Be blAved British Masterpieces. 9 am. Close Down. |@ Brownie pack have registered | and many people vhink as we do { SHOE | 5
Jamaica Police won the Chal ‘ 7 ‘bl ic . } a cg | urns tas 12 Noon The News. 12.10 p.m. News An- | during the year. We now have 34 —that there is no better training BRITISH 0
lenge Cup in the Caribbean Colo Se en ae Le servation Pose Le yar ati teams Ob- | Guide Companies, 3 Ranger Com- for girls than along the lines set ‘
nies Police Rifle Shooting Compe 17 For S ore 190 Pr Take it From tere 2 re, | panies and 10 Mréwnhte Padke ut. by the man, who understood CO., LTD. ;
tiv 1s ! ant . Pp News. 2.10 p.m. Home News trom, Britainy} With just over 1,000 members out children so well our Founder ; ‘ ; ( ti
announce | the National | 1 ‘ ard| The ae eine Ma 4.10'D nthe jof the populavion of Barbados,, he late Lord Baden-Powell of Sor All Coasamnare Whe ha ve Pree Repaity Sia? tee ; t
peek esac he ele heek cas } A past PRAGUE, March 21 Da lip Green and | YOu realise that we can only touch| Gilwell. same in order to make space for new ones. i
the organizati il conduct ot | ( ea de ind beat Czechoslovakia will in future | Hi .m. Listeners | small fraction of the girls of our With thanks “ oP AY TME H
the. | the diving Medhui left} look mainly 8 the east for Inter- | 6% Se bent fae Poe a are nuw holding a F SHOE-REPAIR DEPARTMENT i
el man veam t sl fl national Sport relations, Vaclav] pn 6 p,m. From | $€ries 0) rownie Training Days s ==
6) er 100 yards, 300 yards | spot | Kopecky. Minister af Infor? ation: The n, The New and after the new Guiders oro The Food oF
and 50 ard cored a grand he | sa i report to the Cultural | 2° P™.. . em Hage | trained we shall open more} ee , a Mi ane
total of 615 p out ‘of a possi-| % ttenham | Committee of the Nalienal Assen tals. OD, Radia Bawa ou | Brownie Packs. Brownies are our | \eoossosossssoscsooss PEACE OO Me PSUS IF OSE
le 6 vic 13 better than | cent f wild} bly, made public to-day. Kopecky News. 9.1 H News From Brit-| youngest members and are en-| of TODA Y ;
the 3 t £ouce re hed | of enthusiast! | said Czer hoslovakia would follow eae MM ( t - “4 i net ; ee ae Ra rolled at 7 years of age and be- | ’ i SW J ry L
eC pe ered over tt he example of Soviet Russia, wanih 10.30 p A Nanay MacPhe: ou at come Guides at 11, Usually vhe| , A NE PRODUC! eae '
E iui Police were third i i swarmed on to the! which has reached supreme ma- | the Theatre Organ. 10.45 p Special Guide in the Elementary Schoo! | Pp sa th X : neat sad {
with 588, British Honduras Polica ir tech to hug a congratulate the|turity in sport and physical mayparch, 1} p.m. The: Mew comes to us at 11 and only has | roy es € ¢ for EXTERNAL and INTERNAL Surfaces k
fourth with 562, and Trinidad | Arseyai , el ultures, “We shall develop our } y ‘ :
Pc ftl i la ith 490. After the police had cleared the | sport contacts with Poland, Bul- — -_ strength
ab highest eevee! score for ch, Chelsea fought back ong saria, Rumania, and the German | } {
the Jamaica Police, who have now in efforts for 8n equaliser but| Democratic Republic. We shall 2 7
won the trophy nine times, was| Arsenal's defence, sound through-|heneelorthy Gentes. versena Without a shadow of doubt for iquid S Pai
80 by Cpl. L. F inarson ( stood firm. Defences don |}completely towards international ° | Liqui K tone ant
secured 25 ove! a hard game which, t! sport relations in the great area of as : {
hye vane lacking in skill, provided all the| Socialism and the People’s Demo | TOMORRO This Paint may be applied to new or old Cement,
“an E. Kir the Barbad thrills and spills of Cup-tie foov-| cracies. Czechoslovakia, the min ’ Plaster, Brickwork, Stone, Fibre, and Wood; in iach
ice s the highest individual | ister saic ; ale > ee ; 7 1
wer in the competition with 61. | - 2 Eee een Smee eanene See c it goes on and stays on almost any surface. % will
orer i le competition with fhe crowd invaded the pitch] sportsmen from Democratic China, ‘ ides ashable, ex-
He ! 26, 28 and 27.—Reuter iin at the end, and it took the} Korea and Vietnam.—(Reuter.) not chip, flake or peel, and provides a a ii
= |police some time to clear a way tremely durable and weather-resisting finish whieh,
England Beats ia to the dressing rooms fot when dry, is also fireproof.
7 jthe players. W > }
Scotland Arsenal will not know their op- The eather | Ss lied i
ponents in the final at Wembley r0-DAY | Supplied in - - -
IN. LEAGUE MATCH . TSBiGe “ane Liverson” Sectell cen Reni ete aan STONEWHITE, CAEN STONE and a
rte anc 4 ‘rpoo aeck “un hes: 6, a.m. | ’ "
MIDDLESBOROUGH., March 23. | their semi-final —Reuter Sun Sets: 6.11 p.m. MID BLUE GRERN......:i:a% @ $4. pel nt
~The English Football League Moon (First Quarter) March SPECIAL THINNERS .............. @ $1.80 per 9
i nnglish Footba ea 4
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Cal 1 Hdovrl Lagu »y a : . e 4
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match here this afternoon. Thes BUENOS AIRES, March 22 Se ee aes O08 — ‘@
led 2—0 at half time Jorge Sudgen, who started fror =" decade , T (0 | ; , .
Mortenon opened_scoring afver); Rosario early on Monday to at- Rainf us Gabe) il Lt} "ft
five minutes play, heading home| tempt to swim 203 miles down Total f es ie a. | 00" |
a clever lob from right winger; Parana River to Buenos Aires, i 61 _ 7 aes 8SSB68S5556655665665686SSS9SSSSSSSOISSS ——|
Hadeocks. His second came just as s afternoon , t Tes :
i coc ss econd came jus W as this afternoc well wi hin Temperature (Max.) 84.0° F. : é
before the interval sight of the Argentine capital an * .
: the thir : . ‘ie wis Temperature (Min.) 73.5° F.
Bailey scored the third goal for He negoviated Parana Delta to- Wind Direction: (9 ,E
the English League in ten minwes|@ay, swimming strongly at 30 an DS eowom: (9 ain.) &.,
t ‘ie . t atu . aon ies al by N. (3 p.m.) E, by N.
time. Two m tes later the Scot-| strokes a minute. Later, after Wind Velocity: 16 miles per : f
tish League were awarded a pen-| over 60 hours in water, he passed hau — “7 wt sandwiches
alty, and Young made no mis-| Buenos Aires northern suburbs mantiaaahe (9 am..) 30.047: }
take wivh the kick. Forty thou-| Cleavlanaé Hessa Ving, waters of 3 p.m.) 29 965 pee. eee tn tastiest?
sand spectators saw the match.—| broad riverplate at 26 strokes a (S P.m.) £9,909, — : SS, r
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%  7T March 2 3 1.*0. BarbaJws fluuwate Prirr: K CBNT9 Year ...i. OUR EXPLOSIONS ROCK ROME Belgium Without A Government Extremely Grave ,GH'M wilhoul i Govoi [ lkrea ,ened. faced crisis Something Must $eDone About V.I. Sugar MME5 HARRISON Maurice Webb, F'ood Minu io be askd on Monday will make arranger %  ml other prodi fM Indies lo be exchanged Boabctured soods and food!" gun the United States and t No monetary tronsacnuld lie involved, the i imn|e mtI; '*''" K i barter basis. r proposal will be put lor( %  ej Mr. James Harrison. (IIP (or Nottingham, who %  j it-aay. "the oxtraordinBJSSBUC situation In the XdfM ran only !*• overcome %  jne extraordinary solution." aplained that Trinidad was %  exception "Trinidad Is jnjr West Indian colony, ttri hope for and maintain sjc "ufneiency." he lid. |gr the remainder of the Bm the economic position BHTisoii told ill' 1 forward Ins suggestion bet •*olllJ• thing that is cerWest Indian problems ssmthlng has to be done." aplained that the idea |M( necessarily involve a ppo way switch. It would have to be worked out inada, America. Wtst Indies on a multtfct Rut it would help a measure of ateurttj and il leait—mainstandard ol living, d against uncmplry*h in the sugar and obviate thineed ' ,0M West Indian pioducIhe wa*i well aw I purr lust d Uv pMSar fron C iba, but he %  out thai I States were facing a where foodstuff] i would become glut on and any efforts to %  iwceived I with tl Who has often llguri'd Mr/ in debate*, on Comi affairs is to ask Mr. L*hit recent diminution of sufai from the Emfut Commonwealth source' Ran been, and Ft. Cablet | PRINCESS ALICE LEAVES B.C. MnvMc Corrakpondenl ""'WN.BC March 22. Alice com lu i British Guiano, boarding "1. Sparrow • I • ^Wajfor Tti-ndad. Ih V her vi *dared Thursday .t holiday By Cable. BRUSSELS.Marchtt. nnient tiul a jf| tonight over ihiLtsne of Ktui 1 M Satholk Caretaker-ln me Minister, abandoning bJi efforts to solve the loday Koynl problem, had resigned. The 80-yoarold Catholic \ i lender. cOQnl Henri Girt Wiart, MM. had taken over in-; efforts: to form %  A secret session ol state— Bail Council—was called for tomorrow. "The situation m the country kens told 1 "There f< i that the R< bt, who form the country*) body". Count Carton De Wiart would the inqmr\ the snmc| % %  ; %  id and M accord with me". Senator Count Carton Da Wiart commented; "The country should get bacK on the constitutional rails. "This, us far as I nm reaicerned means the return of the King." Notefallitta Hi cribed the mil %  il t :;otabllitfcs but hoooui to whose % %  : of state n i or critical lire". The in. i from the three main parties—Cat! era Is and Bocltauat i %  band of Si Members Include Count Hubert Pierlot. war thni Praml Henri Spaa to the King to abdicate Id Prinee : %  %  reported i % %  %  linst Ix-o-. pold's return. Belgian Socii.li move of %  I %  uld camought tod* %  itp 24 hours) French-speaking with on Friday, through the rtrects of !. %  %  t to a Govemmant of "national %  I I oold's abdication U ol Prince Beudouin. The Con Republic*. Contradictor] Mvlt M %  %  %  %  %  .ere today. i( him to •hold fa*T : rUament." ol ihe Oenaral Feda> On Page :t COMMUNISTS ATTEMPT TO WRECK ITALY Dutch Can : Thousands Arrested I !'l|> Mexico ird Cunard entering i timers to His BID %  C.l.C Recommendations Believed Workable •wection n( inc. communii' **•* a pressed their belief that the fed' proposed by the SUndlni Clenei Association rkablc a*e Nationalists ^illidran ^FORMOSA. M„. pflMKMluu UMUJ oKIff"*""^ thnr withdraw*'. Ffl cwriplcl.wi ot ill* B. part ot iho force. S2,L' WM Sunmon. 30C aau >pokantai> %  •' Indian Bidault Offer? 5% RaisPABtfl I %  broadcast I to aattta . • invoU p *d %  for the i %  %  %  %  %  "more thai The Labour Ul I of them I< • %  —Iteuler. for an ..spiring nation." %  propose %  i %  f J e rod..the Commui.. bad on • was as good as %  iurdtl mem -. i \ IlithcultN Persia Gorl Resigns l'KIn i time II %  I net. %  Cabinetn K #-uler. weniia %  cttvlj ---Mlar. ^HOH Fever AIRF-S %  gBolWan authorities \< ;) IlL^' '* greater than that i ir£*i "iter of Public doctor fumon Carillo. eaaat. I ^2 niU M MiMio for fear CooimltlM %  %  U.K. WQIGGMM U.S. difl Want* %  %  landed here I [i %  %  rival, said: "Thaae will never br used %  conforms the United Wat Major General Leon %  i %  Verdict Against Seretse Not To Be Published M.P'8 Ask For Beaatfa .' %  D %  % %  Rl m :. :'V raw Id higj %  %  %  had man. Ruth Willi .i jnd oUVM KS BERNHARD i -i t %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Brazil. Al. 1 reportLfllcultici < %  %  %  %  Expre %  %  %  %  Renter. i Loiiiinuiiisls Walk Out SPORTS WINDOW %  I ..I II* l* i ular their tntt liMure •I*. %  %  %  %  •tarannah i'luh rennls ii -nan*. KI >i IT*aJ> Mlr* l>..bla. I I ........ .1 ., 1 I fl %  %  :> lUir M Ml,.* Ii aaa |*. Man.ioB %  I UXIt HI BlMl h-*t.i>. \ IWnaUl a l'..>l>. HmM U !.* Uhj C A M. i Imw and C B. sj> $57 MILLION FOR F.B.I. INCiTON. March 23. %  of the United I Iti-pmentatlvr* %  %  -Iteuwi. uuiry. which pic: i t.% %  %  %  ernmenl i %  i %  problem fa %  to publish the Comm .., %  his white wife rroi %  %  in the rapoi I %  thev COUld Tin K. |...n had not the ipj that HI not ixwent oi raingnrlrillj that ti %  •*re*a aasfeaal %  %  %  ate was essential to m< lltood oi ,,oorriers foi %  1 ins mto an %  .i not %  %  that think enargg 1 %  11 %  %  Krnler Fire Destroys Monastery I %  %  %  %  %  %  gainst if %  h thev had %  • %  %  minutes would t .,. >u lives. itrr il;iif;,\ through tl gainst %  %  1 %  %  %  %  fear. Well %  %  %  %  Complete J" i<>i>i 1 %  %  %  •ughout moat of the working DQI %  %  %  %  1 %  %  %  1 %  %  %  ... v %  # On face 3 44 1 enjoy them best of all!' U.B. Will Consider lAv's Propo$ol %  it) IHran %  %  %  %  on the • nLght, that :i ling *hall be %  %  ihat the United %  1 for such tings of ihe ..u Id be %  -Keale. I <• 1 thins:*-. been 1 %  1 In 1 taiga. I arvasj ihe. Bftjaiatftaj hgm leeii KM 1 .Kentore in lumry." "Oh. I knrwyoHtl 'ihe du Mauri* r; 1 hey art made for nt iuh /mriitii/iii t'toplr *ij you." Yes, hut i/'r the liih salufyimg fl/traut 0/ i,,illy i/iwtf Virximim that ilftpeah lo me." ^-tlOli -r 5J lcltt^ noculai in frontier [ wa s —Reiitr. 9 On i "fe 3 PROPOSAL ADOPTED %  should ha pean A; th* The propoaal %  nn March SI European I BSBBg gM %  J"— i onward .—Banter The Princess Says Thanks %  i*'n • %  Oppusiton s histonight to say to the Commonwealth :.nd the United Stale? tor %  v; ihe war. %  hi NaUoMl "Thankn%  -tie uaad iaJ centre aain'5 'hanks for fore: %  %  %  %  f ood *< 1 wBdduig gift. ...... food parre>> for paagia I —Kr 1 French Writer hies \i /.; PAIllS. Mot. %  tday ol rtge Of 45 A frr 18 yeaM monthl>, I VMM." There'll never be a better cigarette du MAURIER THf EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIGARETTE MAM IN INOIAND 93 CCkltS (or 50



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|H1 n-DAV MAIKH 2X lil.-.u UAKBAUOK ADVOCATE PAGE 1UKEE L -. tmbassadorq Died In Italj %  %  B *: i • ,„-;>',.-• i'iw.i. European Ail. ',,,,[ lljlliHIOl .1 Man <;. Kh. 1 | M ud K' ,( '" % %  • j^Blfs it lill-lll IlUllll. .\! |i,.I.Wll %  xpert mts i r Peps and in foot %  £,(.,.. %  >• Ambassador* f„i their mwung. D, VinL ifftt Ac [ • heavy .. i Two OB* '' Corn' „ ".he it%  %  nil** : Hiiiu called today's 12-hour %  teral M< ; Ameri Kr liter THE NERVE WAR Beigiuni \\ Ithoui V Govi rniiinil % %  'llowint .. meeting % %  ut a S2.000,000.000 co-opera:. which had labelled tUcrimin%  ~ lagyophad V ll k \ 4WI St 1 !*!* To Combat Red PropagamUt torn on Hie In UM Aral ?;ivour ol rejecting 13 against .is 218 10 IM. The 1!. i -.1 home mortRaces bj %  I Housing Adn ... %  rd :> unpaign 'cut. dewould through which now pouring its %  htm in trhlch pro%  %  i \o CHANGE LOVDOl %  %  %  %  %  log %  — iKeitler t '*** lOCUltl' I Kilei. %  nmuFour Explaei*m% Rock Rome 0 Horn Pago 1 %  %  I i orge \\ hassador m Moscow Alan Clark. The meetlnj second "f a scries begin Commi::i: .ei iimeiv 1 Laftwlng %  %  iisht. wh. %  %  ; npod Into R< %  .itid left to find their own vroj i %  %  %  Mr mala %  %  %  13 Seiaotod For C.D.W. Corns, I'-iri. Vertttel Against ferSSSfl Xol To It,' Publish,,! • lion I'agr I %  %  -tl) To pm ii of the uaman.watc %  ...re were already signs. ; the oeparl,.. leaning tribesmen Iron 1th I'hi'ki Among iht I %  : % %  | important tri %  > y could be I %  ) from the Hamangwato. (2) Because of doub'.%  arga with success the grow Di.'ft.illlMUl ner of his marriage h.i •Ml %  .mid retain adequate tribal support "Ther. r to lh< tun ttftude towardi ; UM Strong Mint i %  ;. inheril%  I %  %  UM Pro%  %  I %  will M I %  : itM the in men' In %  %  I Tlbr. tonight Ing to ge: I %  i i if the •'• Ml ease. trying '" n I >int.i Rsjtjrnt, %  %  M knew MI M tribal law governing iha Chief had %  iiaite — (Reme s I .K. Experiments \\ iih \*u Torpedo 13 llo\ %  n 'hi i'.n HORNER REJECTED on. exlli MO 35 per .•I Anally i %  %  I lied fro.n %  Renter. Artnui %  I General I Trade* Union Connie**. %  i is understood „.ii only foil vottM Th %  '.'4.000 strong N. I Reirte. nnanceo by the i> %  i nance %  %  ... BrlUfii %  ..ppOHlt;rded a :iioiaiMiip <>f four years for a ,. ...ii r. | —By Cable. Cut U.S.M. nasr In Trinidad i %  %  %  in Trinidad on t %  on aboard thr V %  %  %  i 'imdad IIN nothing iii IM' A faetlltlea that all bases In lh> ittaker status fir i %  tea la faX I %  1 %  %  i etui nlng 'ftJUtfoestntkw&i ^ comes out in the flavour! Whl iiure Kg and lutter— t^ gcthar wni: %  has made lluntlev and Pkhtv ri t.imouathe whole world over Bo nmnv thnllinR litniMies to ehooae from —luaiintisly-lilii.i C'usUnl OnaoM ^nd Banding t reams ', tneltii,.; Short,ak. . ail ovtavJrMktaanJad in tuu ami > Hi. k'rt*'-y^ka. HUNTLEY&PALMI BISCUITS delicious wholesome and nutritious act N 11 ). a. L i tin a co LTD.. r*.0. >OK m. BIICCITOWN coffee, 6 KUMin your tea, without-KLIMfcr Wcfcstno treakfast can te ioys ElSIt the BORDEN m%  run Kl 1M DJtt \l i Mum in igof ftcah .<" tMUogj milk. \n.l thg uinmi rug with Kl '' i prodn ad nukes itu itorn If yon haven'i vgi triad Kl IM vou'ei .i grand MH prill in stoat %  11 not a licioui hui l>ut W.IIC ... win don't MI find OUI lin otiu ludayl m ca w !• %  rui| • um. ma AN* TOW KLIM MHK FIRST IN PREFERENCE THE WORLD OVER UHI.XK VI TONE w.-.-.o---.-.-.-.v---.Vomit, Lonnidvrably ami ul th*> •••"• linnMmintain Miuhvsl Efficiency TBA r :s aiAIS FROM A BEDFORD/SCAMMELL TRACTOR/TRAILER UNIT •*_J5.950 00 „.. ""* fWu^o :•.,.. " Ko cuouinub an cry— Mtl COVBTBS1 f.AKAi.i _ kii r* t 0 1 : %  %  (tainuei. ihr hak Mb M HARPIC %  RUM you want—with the na S A S UN %  gflsffaW LTD. Ko.-ln. FOR BC8T RUM .1 .Xourishiiifi fund Hvrvrtiyc ontalnini. lil(M. Iron smlta. IUrlr> Malt KUI. AIM. ViUinim \n ldr*l l'irk-nir-u|). KrUil PrtriZ/t I I* T|B BOOILER'S \tm\ DRUG STORES LTD. Itrink.ni Tobea Hot Water IWlIle* laa < *IK OT (MR l-KI.-i Kll-llos mnillMIM i OJ0NI !*• IIAKHAIK**. -.nid t -our n. • COLLINS' DRUG STORES Sn stll day...i Jkeep ft I use LIFEBUOY TOuZTSOAP rVeohonsH tru:n mom too when you use i. Soap Bvcff) time you oojgfa imt. mil (.iennsmg lather your skin vour weariness go. And long FOR PERSON I/. FRESH>ESS ILIFAYS —





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PACK i"i i: BARBADOS ADVOCATE THTKSDAV „ V 1 (|| BARBADOS r 1 ADVOGATE MM Co. LM.. K. Woad St., | rhtma'av March :. %  :. L9M Follow The Hand A SUGGEST!) >N mada by iwo Canadian correspondents in this newspaper merits general app; community. Colonel and Mrs F. .1 Jamea after expreatirig their appreciation of Barbados'^ attrat I invite the Barbados Police Band to t->ur other West Indian territories and all "give Canada an opportunity to listen to this fine group of musicians on a Dominion of Canada tour." Captain Raison and the police band of Barbair this recognition. The public never tire of band concerts aim admirers are made daily. The fact that lu-o C the Band s performance fi not for local tastes only. The appeal is catholic. it is not the Ural ttane thai for a Police Band tour has been made but i A that an invitation to Canada should come from two < duns. It is well that thil At present worthy efforts arc being ita to visit Barbados. Ti Airlines will now make Barbados its headquarters in this area and BO Canada cornea easier of to Barbados and I dians. The noble gesture of a Canadian LA it'. plans I >wa how the rut.Iilr rordi.il. .Oci. What %  tiding of th Cana i. The:' ll nt foi Mich tours. In 1928 the Bi v and woi i La for Itaelf. %  toured at the sugtour p. Gold C limit' round I Canada dri together in a know %  with i future II would 1 rriendehrp in ful itan students abound at i chil%  This .< %  ini %  %  tittle doubt that %  willinj : ol th.enti %  .'. ..nt to will D to thli %  %  turiata will follow Stray* AT the I the question ol o* rtwli was again brought to public attention It %  1 I tunati 11 Into the a Owi that and small slock public EaWfriral Statistics IK It. E. S'liKhin M. i:. I. fc don is a I %  %  0 to han I formation of ihe type to anyone Ian i who might !_ %  intonated %  hut which is widely unfc Barbados, though to'all of us here, whether ffo %  alia tk i the factl and IlKures %  1 From the Report we %  %  .i Board i K V A I indeed, esi%  Ith Other %  a 'iunti Uka length of ti': %  Company might say that the demand for its service has devel|| many Barbadlam I vr spoken Utterij refusal "f %  I 11 Lea which they %  T to have. From my : would say that growth .ill other %  Company stress the fact that prior to 1936 the rranchiM I from the Bridgetown Tl ba <• disadvantage %  definite help In Uh out into Itory. If an enquiry is held. It the real %  U then we I %  total number of unit from ovei 3 million in war K million in 1M4!. %  pared trlt| i Trinidad, where Un %  rice! Trinidad did %  I %  roflt it there I %  I I %  the British tax. so that the sharehave benefited, and for •a purposes it is the same %  dividend of 9% was paid. This In It ; not account 8 high rates here, but it is I a factor in helping to •hem high. A simple calU the annual i nd h.id bean less by onlj the Company would have ndi of pounds \u inves: |n new equipment, with more electrithua having a curt... on future profits of the i • t conin Ihe meantime. This to be a much wiser In a business that li nature of things shuulu ., th year bv year. The directors mJffal in London on that basis, but I would think that a dividend of tax free looks fairly good in England now, and would seem ictory to Barbadians, especially with very good prospects iy appreciation in value Of the shares over a term of years. The policy followed has evidently ia : .. Pref* Shares to provide capital for new ind this h.is the Of niliitinK the existing ordinary shares, and then | their value somewhat. %  Biting to nuti> that the ij .iaa ovei 7000 oH • refers to tfio further genplant in the near future. r expansion of the : 'it keen In1 6 11 that the public should have some voice III in.iking th which The most -.in the number of units cold otTers the best hope f ping the ratee from going up with and Coming down M ii.-what If electric cooking is com%  I Trtni'i ra than double the cost here, and no effort should be spared to correct There is a fundamental diftli og a bust1th the Board Directon In England This melhi end dupllcaThe lea an item of \ mistration In I ., mast %  h. Including 11 of tlM I ondon. for the %  ceive fees, though the amount is not stated. It is to be hoped that the people in Britain give us credit fur con.riuuliog £10,J0O to iheir tax revenue, mat being equal to i very unit old. Tms is no.' a hew lui all tnese items add up. I .nj.ee.' in the '•Advocate" of Feb. 7th. I had no Idea of wnteen egged on nuwever by a number of people suggesting that I should "keep up the good work." and so on, -nd have in one way and another come across much interesting data on the various pominvolved. To my mind it all seems to add up to the essential fact that the general public, through their appointed representatives. should have a voice in the running of anything so important to the general welfare as the local Electric Supply Co. The Board of Directors In London may have tht best intentions in the world, bu.* their ideas on what is best for us in the matter of electricity may not coincide exactly with our own. If we must pay much higher rates than in neighbouring colonies, we are entitled xo the assurance that some definite reason for that exists, also that no pains will be spared lo bring the ra*s down if possible. We are entitled to better service than we have had, and to know that no Street or district that is legally entitled to service from the Company I fused such service The answer seems to be a Public Utilities Commission of some sort. composed of carefully and suitable persons, free from connection with party politics, and equipped with ihe powerneeded to carry out its responsibilities. It need not cost much to operate In this island, and if desired ihe cost could bo covered by fees charged, as is dOM elsewhere Something of the kind force in many places now. and la regarded as being %  satisfactory compromise between unconl privata entarpriea and nationalisei do not know why li ihould not work ir Bi %  :id the need does seem to exist here. A Company has nothing I from the type of CominJ liallitrt. part of its function being fair play and 00 a.* buffer between the Companj members of the public who l mands si to be. History is rei let* with examples of the impracticability of i U Direc; bujland, th< i from the scene. The East India kny is one, and a more recent instance is furnished by the. Grand Trunk Railway Company in Canada The Latti In a Btffiotu debacle which endangered the credit of the %  much hcartUuj among the In F.ngland, though as i plain Canadian Citizen still think -he Directors in London were responPhe hard feelings engendered h;i %  down thirty years later, I believe thai .( i were running the Barbados Electric Supj> mid ask the Government to appoint an authority with which 1 coul> that this was done in B. G. during the war at the request of th tntative of the iv Company! and that the n re benefl conL and that ua 111 in force, The ihgri owned iti Can Mora* ftugai* I nun ltV< i %  %  that the %  %  %  i I •. I .14 I* ii• n imam %% niii.. over from Dl crop. That, of curse, will mean great beet sugar sales. C mint i ,i expend that there 'iU te li |., SU IJ ^ 110-51 season. They argue that last yearMet crop was smaller by area beet sugar quoia • %  : \ distributed among other cane sugar inu 1 \ | WHAT SON TODAY t OUT t ol (.i.ind srviimis .1 10.Oil | I.I iaatattc -*|,„ii i um t>rrmcre 1 p ni Maettaa aaaHaii 0eaaaaa> *M>IM ( -,( >|i ( -|| 4( .|. i?.;(o p.m. \ihi.ii, gperta, U* i I M LM P.m. ilaletla Sporta Bays' Founda t taa Beaaal at 1.30 p.m. Meeting "t i krtsl Charch \ asti \ ..t I mi M m \ln lint ni llouxof .\karni Uj 4t XUQ p.ot. |i.m Peatiwll h. Mingtaa at s.aa M-iliih ( Hi< m i New a^llr H lB l lMlB ^*id St. John Be Unification Of Public Services Report &** DISCUSSING the aUftkHMJ posiuon. tha report geea on:— Unless, therefore, a federal Government comes %  ial raoouraa wil to he had to the secor..: (Public SernmiSSion set up by the Secretary of State for the Colonies*. However the P • ion may be constituted, it is clear lo us tha light of paragraph 8 of the Secretary ; deh of May. 1946. the powers i Commltmon m respect of appointments or scheduled posts .n unified services ,m he no wider than those assigned to Governors f Chapter III of Colonial Regulations, unless the Secretary of Stale himself so if* ,, it In W |.. the Public Service Commis, *ion may be constituted. %  solution will need to i IKfound for the difficulty to which we have referred In paragraph 1--5 That difficulty may be '. Hated briefly in the following terms"How is the Commission to acquire sufficient knowledge of the capabilities and promise f officers serving in the various colonies to enable it to estimate their rela%  ivc claims to promoUon"" It may be argued that the Commission would have at its disposal the annual reports on all officers within the ambit of promotion, but. apart altogether from the impossibility of equating, on •his baris alone, the merits of officers serving in colonies, we arc satisfied that the eyitence which such reports afford is insufficient for he purpose. In tills connection, it is to be observed that, when making appointments or promotions %  o posts in the Colonial Unified Services, the Secretary of State has at his disposal sources of mfor%  na'tion beyond that afforded by annual reports. In respect of many services, he has expert advisers who visit various groups of colonies from time to time, and the officers of his Department take everv opportunity of discussing personnel matters i Dior officers of the Colonial Service when thev go to the United Kingdom on leave DEVISE MEANS OUT task then, as we see it, is to devise means the Commission will have at its disposal iuch material, additional to that furnished by innual reports, M WlU enable it to assess, with a | tie measure of confidence, the relative | 4 candidates for promotion. The weakness | of annual reports is that, being annual, they tend to become formal and stereotyped. Generally | ipSnling. they constitute an inadequate guide to I the fitness of an officer for promotion within his 3rn colony, and for the purpose of weighing the tig in different they would, to speak frankly, l>e almost j valueless. In laylna this, we must m r.',-An| ing that we attach no importance to the written Its. There may well | .HIS un which the Commission ivl la to supplement the information derived from other sources by asking for ad hoc reports I vidual officers. Such i procedure would be particularly appropii.. BP UM :illin^ -<\ be higher ranges was under review. S, however, satisfied that such evidence | ould not enable the Commission effectively lo cUscnarge Ita function of assessing the promudmi of members of the local services, particularly those services which are of a professional or technical rr:n -.unplr will illustrate oui ixiint. Supposing thai the peat of Director of Medical Servicein Jamaica were to fall vacant, and thai Uotu <>t equal ecetved '" respect >>< i arving In Jand Britii h Guiana. Ihat it WOuld not l>e possible f for the Commission to discriminate between "he three candidates without expert assistance. ADVISI ka itrefore, sacsps the corioluaion that the Cornmlssioo must bs Hipnaal the serI vices of advisers in respect of some of the special' ised services which we recommend (or un.:. There are those who would go further than this Utd aught the conclusions reached by th. %  ..i In June. 104 the Mtttng UD Of a regional .. ,,uthorThe sdvanot in obvious, but if such n\ authority wen to bavt BXOCUtiva powers it woul'. tbe medioni were to be '. it would probably invoK. xpenditure of too high an order for the ra therein respect %  I of count, be appreciated that in so far hi need for an advisi ration of ripposea a Director-General of that • '" UW thai there are the scheduled posts in which are Lntmenl of un adviser would I Mich services : enabling the lo discharge Ita functions Trw services which, as will be seen from paraScatton are Administration, Agriculture. Civil Aviation FoiPolice, Postal • II would probably be true most important in the development Of the %  | at hdnd BI the shape of the Agriculun.,] and to the Development and Welfare Organitatlon. MKItlTS riot think that it would add nibsU to the duties of these officers if. on the occasion of then '•' k %  ' %  • oppotl initj api:. to then to asccrplacing the information so gained 00 Commission. Our discusorganiI to believe that task. The poll regard I It 00 an informal basis a working arrangement with the Public Service re* ribad for give them : 'th m relation to the looftea the : merits of whose officers they will be keeping (To W continued) HO-or Tins AUSTRALIA nun SALAD III. IN/ VKC.KTMII I IN MAYONAISE McKWANS RED LABEI BEER—per bottle KITCHEN NEEDS!! select from thh wide range WOOD AND COAL STOVES— NM. 6, 7 and „ OIL STOVES COAL WTX I'llESSrUE COOKERS SAITCEPANS—Iron. Enamel and Aluminum DOUBLE BOILERS NEGRO POTS—2. 3, and 4 Ballon DANISH POTS—I. 2. and 3 Ballon FRY PANS—11" and 12" and FRENCH FRIPRc COFFEE MILLS—Nos. 2 and 3 EK MEAT MINCERS—Nos. 1. 2, and 3 TINNED AND ALUMINUM KITCHEN WARF BOX IRONS E?C WILKINSON & HAYNFS CO.. LTD, Successor, k C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. L_ 'Phones : 4672, 4487 EARLY EASTER SPECIALS! SELECT THESE vTii PICNIC HAMS UPTON'S TEA DALTON'S CEREAL FLAKES CATELI.I FOG NOODLES DOMINION VERMICELLI MUFFETS FOODYEAST SALAMI SAUSAGE TABLE BUTTER EASTPACK BEEF 'i-lb. pluj! per Un Reduced from Boc. to 42c. STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO., LTD. GENTLEMEN! WHEN THINKING OF MENS' SUITINGS JUST THINK OF— DA COSTA'S &f DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. Ol H III \III IIS v\l. W.I. .% %  •' Iiii| on rislit-d \i;i inilliii.il liiiiiiiiiuiili^s To Ti. t > %  %  .I %  m .vi to (he : %  %  %  %  %  h vaaat fln ancfaJ author.tv PMdad tu p-: tot tha ft-xlrral admlo at example n ... :>'. With rt tad by adult fran%  to avoid tht iion or ihe lcss i Of the sm.ilU. W-autat. cnaJlanaa the wisdom o! i lotted b) i Pin of the executive t ouncil : %  > %  to ., %  lite DOU %  M II will be i Federal Paruamenl throuuh the I"rime MHIISUT. who wi %  turn, will CfaDoee %  eriai collcogues on the Council and aqual aartnarahu> Of %  ihe recommit :; Much tin %  %  %  Our own responsibility I 'Without economic stab I prospect of in the territories or a! tl i wesson create; ikh threaten •• assumption!, of federaimant and %  %  upport th. %  %  %  %  DER. Tins SASSO OLIVE OIL roam a Blackwi %  J. N. G0DDARD & SONS LID




Thursday

OUR E

Belgium Without
A Government
Extremely Grave

BRUSSELS, March22,
_ without a Government and with bicecr sirtkes
hreatened, faced a crisis tonight over the issue of King
’s return.

ething Must
» Done About

| WL Sugar
, {| A secret session of ministers of
HARRISON state—Belgium’s 2homnen. Privy

te Correspondent) | Council—was
LONDON, Jan. 22. “The situation in the count





+! M. Gaston Eyskens, Catholic
Caretaker-Prime Minister, aban-
doning his efforts to solve the 10-
be Royal problem, had resigned.
|

fi

The 80-year-old Catholic veteran
leader, count Henri Garton De
Wiart, Minister without portfolio,
had taken over his efforts to form
a new government.





Bp Maurice Webb, Food Min-|is extremely grave” Eyskens told |

js to be asked on Monday | reporters tonight.
will make arrangements for “Therefore, it is perfectly normal

other products from | that the Regent as head of State!

Indies to be exchanged | should seek the advice of th

sufactured goods and food- | ministers ot State, who form the |
trom the United States and|country’s supreme consultative |

No monetary transac- | body”.
would be involved, the Count Carton De Wiart would

grrangement being carried | “carry on the inquiry mission in |
na barter basis. the same spirit as I did and in|

- will be put for-| accord with me”. |
ty Mr. James Harrison, Senator Count Carton De Wiart, |
for Nottingham, who |} commented: “The country should |

pe to-day. “the extraordin- | get bacic on the constitutional rails.
gmomic situation in the} “This, as far as i am concerned
Mndies can only be overcome | means the return of the King,”

me extraordinary solution.”
explained that Trinidad was Notabilities
ime exception. “Trinidad is
only West Indian colony, He described the ministers of
can hope for and maintain | state as ‘not merely notabilities

mic sufficiency,” he said,| but honoured statesmen, to whose |

B4or the remainder of the | experience and wisdom the chief

ite,” moments of national life

} Harrison told me he was The ministers, drawn from the |
uib- |



g forward his suggestion be- | three main parties—Catholics, I
the “only thing that is cer- | erals and Socilalists—are not mem-
about West Indian problems | bers of the Cabinet. They form a
something has to be done.” | consultative body to advise the
explained that the idea] head of State in an emergency.
not necessarily involve a Members include Count Hubert



two way switch. It would | Pierlot, war time Premier, and M. |
y have to be worked out | Henri Spaak, Socialist ex-Premier. |

Britain, Canada, America, M. Spaak had earlier appealed

West Indies on a multi-|to the King to abdicate in favour |

basis. But it would help of his son, 19 year old Prince
dea measure of security | Baudouin. Liberal opinion—hith-

islands and at least—main- | erto divided on the issue—was!



certain standard of living.
pilé guard against unemplcy-

pold’s return,

bi-lingual Brussels
general strike pli

Maid he was well aware that
M purchased the majority
fsugar from Cuba, but he
i out that at the same time
ted States were facing a

Where foodstuffs, par-
ly, Would become glut on
market, and any efforts to
fe that situation would be
| received.



dustrialised south More than
300,000 workers are to take part
Last night the Libe
i by Wi re ly to a Gov-
J with this proposal, Mr, | they would adhere on
on, who has ey figured ernment of “national concord and
ienily in debates on Com- | appeasement”. —
ealth affairs is to ask Mr. For the Socialists, the only solu-
what recent diminution of | tion is King Leopold’s abdication
of sugar from the Em- in favour of Prince Baudouin.
d Commonwealth sources |







s been, and for what | to become a “popular Republic”
s’—(By Cable.)

Contradictory Advices



hi informed quarters said here today,
wocate Correspondent) He is’ receiving telephone call
GETOWN, B.G., March 22. gilt caer from Brussels.
r Alice concluded her} " gome of them urge the King to
British Guiana, boarding abdicate “in two stages, if not im-
Bee Sparrow at 8 p.m.| mediately”. Others exhort him to
einesday. She sails at “hold fast and only abide by the
ptoday for Trinidad. Ip| decision of Parliament.”

WF of her visit, the Govern- Today the National Committee

M declared Thursday a holiday!of the General Federation of
primary schools. By Cable. @ On Page 3

Â¥0.4.C. Recommendations
| Believed Workable





0ss section of the community interviewed by the Advo-
Wp’ yesterday, expressed their belief that the federal con-
Bettion as proposed by the Standing Closer Association



PH AMittee is workable. One called it “ as good as any

nation.” ,
some years

hee ae schoolmaster of
se Nationalists |. 4 30 ie proposec

standing said eee oat
iy , federal set-up is an excellent Stat
Withdraw for the area towards a self-Gov-

erning Dominion

FORMOSA, March 22, It provided a _ basis, NM oes
ationalists to-day offi-| from which those who desired
inced their withdrawal] something better could work. As

»*,completion of its| he saw it, the proposed legislative

a. part of the force. set-up of the various units would

Week raided the main-|y;emain, but over and above thi

Seized Sungmen, 200 there would be the Central Federal
with the big
defence,

of Shanghai,
Spokesman said other |
of the force had infil-|

Chamber to deal
questions like — finance,
international relationships ete:

the Communist The constitution which was
set-up,

Pfr guerilla activities.



based on the Australian

—Reuter. ‘ne as good.as any for an aspir-
. as as good as an} :
| wee af 8 nation of twelve
by

‘ee, jing West Indian

units which were separated

\
Yellow Fever * ide spaces

q

Transportation
roll due to epicemic culty but the

* er in southern Bolivia | composed of

4 7 olivian authorities |of the its, wa
2, iS greater than that |®@n_excelient

Argon D8 to announcement} He ended
h, tina Minister of Public | tant future I believe

A Difficulty
BPENOS AIRES, March 22, est







-~ Ramon Carillo | West, rhe Pa 9 a
h der ares ast | + has done re i
feof sercuntered oh capes, senting tne roposea nstit
— authorities = gg [ee : ststowl businessmal
a rmation — id not dis-} A Speightstown ly tl

for fear of|said that Trinide was ea>m)



mE Deople " ; the admi
ee He said that] most suitable head oe Cero
anner i; hich
idem i, ~~ ih which
eM A. recently
“Tgentiy ‘
ity se ine he
mM hay, mene ry easure the ‘ ,
eet 300 ony 2
s 3,” ss T r 1€ was ne
wove sala
—Reuter. | @ On Fage »



om Rarbados

Sec







called for tomorrow. |



bean, the economic position | of state resorts in grave or critical

Cunard entering Government House

800 electrica His Excellency

Bidault

Offers
5% Rais

| Premier Georges Bidault
ticularly in the sugar|” Belgian Socialists, in the latest|broadcast the general
.and obviate the need #7 | move of their anti-Leopold cam-|Which the Government
pthe. West Indian produc- paign, sought today to extend toto settle wage claims, whi
: the 24 hours|involved work sto
inned in. the /'sectors
French-speaking south on Friday.|for the

Socialist members of Parliament | weeks.
will lead anti-iieopold marches|
through the streets of Liege, Mons|five per
and Charleroi, centres of the in-|plus fwo or three per cent

consumers

Verdict Against
Seretse Not
To Be Published

M.P’s. Ask For. Debate

LONDON
A new storm threatened Britain’s Labour
over the banishment for five years from
of Seretse Khama, 27-year-old chief designate of th
Bamangwato people,

reported hardening against Leo-)

National economy

June onwards The Governme
June onwards,





sala



Several private

SPORTS
WINDOW

‘ of the 1949 Knockout
competition play their first fixture

Ruth Williams, at



and other men
has called for

The Communists want Belgium
Government

The Labour Union
quiry, which probed t
}ship dispute in

tribe of Bechuanal
jly advised Britain

strike lassitude
will, observers believe
of them to agree to settlements

* a Meanwhile, King Leopold is
4 CE Al under a heavy fire of contradictory
1 SS ICE advices at his lakeside villa at
: VES B.G. Pregny near Geneva, usually well-

Pickwick-Rovers
t First Division
Wilkes, Gaines Master

at Kensington in





Persia Gov't
Resigns

| Commission



Club Tenhis
YESTERDAY'S
Persian Go\ Men's Singles
Mohammad
| port and for bannin

|his white wife from
Bechuanaland
Certain argument
in the report, and views

Mixed Doubles

was officially announced ,
ap on Edwards beat Mrs



mier Ali Mansur, at present head a
Mrs, G. D, Bynoe and C, de L
Inniss lost to Mrs.

Organisation, to form a new Cabi-

Worme and J
» Worme and ¢

Government

Premier Saed firs’ presented his |
Cabinet’s resignation on March 19)
when the Shah
Government

selves, the ‘White

Misses Lenagan

The Report

Mixed Doubles Handica
or for an aspiring West Indian .



Manning—40 beat Miss P. Wilson the report would be quot

TO-DAY'S FIXTURES” out its being made

U.K. Welcomes
U.S. Gift Planes

ENGLAND,

Patterson ys. D. I s Government

O'N. Skinner have decided that



er
‘Government

Mixed Doubles Handicap ; "
i categorically that the

Leage and C
. Gibbons and J

being given to Britain under
United States Military
gramme—landed here to-day

A Mi against the recognition of
Air Minister,

“Tt expressed its belief that ir

| circumstances
from the Bechuanal
jate was essential to the
good order of the Bamangwato re-
serve, and that a period of direc
rule would be in the |
}of the Bamangwato

Henderson
nd Protector-j|
instruments



| Nation
special

conformity
the United Nations.” : $57 MILLION FOR F.B.I. |
Major General Leon W. J
, WASHINGTON, March 23,
Committee

Houses of Representatives | former regent of the tribe
passed without question the | opposed his nephew's marriage |
1,000,000 budget of the Federal |his white wife, (Ruth William:
; should not be permitted t
to the reserve,”

@ On Page :

The Princess Says Thanks

LONDON, March 22.
Elizabeth, Prime Min-
ster Clement Attlee and Opposi-







Investigation,





PROPOS



in London for Commonwealth and
American students

3



expression of thanks for food par- | se
1ounler



£ 780,000,000 sent

“Thank You” of the Commonwealth

Princess Elizabet!



wedding gifts

),000 National “Thanks- | |



of London to be used
residential

eect inet CD ett Nt

PLOSIONS ROCK ROME

COMMUNISTS ATTEMPT

Sa

Aduowate



———



TO WRECK ITALY

Duteh Can

Hlelp Mexico

THINKS BERNHARD

THE HAGUE, March 22.
ince Bernhard of the Neth«
fficially open t

ch Export E
Iphia on M
ed here to-day
innounc











id oper tau at
s Conference held here to-d
ut ecent tour he Wes
He sphere
the main object of }is
has been tudy the econ»
ilities in various coun

1@ western hemisphe
proauct
ch country he thous



ties for Holland at the momer

ince replied that right now

vere hest 1 Venezuela

were also opportunities
“il, but it would need some

» develop these.

e of lack of time, the
ad no time to visit the
ments in Brazil. Al
ettlement had report
ad some difficulties

}



he language, with the great
ances and with the means
t rincé Bernhard
elieved that there woul
reater emigration possibilitic
1
‘ rnhard as very en
asti ibout Mexico, Expre
eciation for the cordi:
eption every country
e hac isited, the Prince
owhere had he

I ft agricultu

e Dutch Ministe

{¢ Reuter

Communists

Walk Out



| BONN, Mareh 22,
The entire Social Democrat: anc’
Opposition today
out of the east German
ent after the Speaker had
Democrat
Kh xtreme right
W 1 He 1
socialist lerbert Wehner |
R olf Ey t Heiland, wer
ied for ten and eight «
pectivel
e Speaker, Octor Elich Koel
r not giving
evere punishment becaus
t ti inces”
flere ere
isr
le wh aitiy ie
catior trial,
hleswig Holstien ecoveri!
m wound eceived
the Bundestang lobby
rinight
fi social Democrat Par
lated ¢ memorandum 1
ving it valkout
r Hedler t a Deputy
ne vho ormed his was
Parliament by deceit. This
vell known to the President
House No measure taken
fence of windler is recon
lable th the duties of the
ent ontinued its iis
(te) vote had establish
het ‘there quorum
Reuter.

ch! 17S. Will Consider

Lie’s Proposal

WASHINGTON, March 22

vecretary of State, Dean
heson, to-day promised a care-
consideration for the proposal
le by United Nations Security
neral Secretary Trygve Lie for
neeting of the Foreign Ministers
f Security Council Powers.
fr. Acheson said that he had
asked at his weekly Press
nference to comment on the
oposal, made by Mr. Lie in
veech here last night, that
ecurity Council meeting shall be

‘id, at which members could be

‘presented by their Foreign
Ministers, or even the heads
Government,

Lie pointed out that the United
Charter provided for such
meetings of the council
| twice a year, but so far none had
een held

Acheson said to-day that any
suggestion by Mr. Lie would be
given careful and respectful con-

deration by the United States
Government, and by all other

embers of the Security Council
—Reuter.



French Writer
Dies At 45

PARIS, March 22
The French. writer Emanuel
lied here yesterday of
art failure at the age of 45. A
hiosopher and for 18 years



best economic possi

ity as in Mexico
ad great opportun
Jutch agricultural emi

H a lanning to take

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rike Reuter.

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Thousands Arrested

ROME, March 22.

JEEPLOADS of armed police, with sirens shriek-

ing, went into action today against hundreds
of thousands of workers obeying a Communist call
to a showdown with the Italian Government. Four
bomb explosions rocked Rome as the Communist-
led General Labour Confederation called out its
5,000,000 members this morning for a 12-hour
strike. Two of the explosions wrecked district
offices of the Communist and Christian Democrat
Parties. The other two caused no damage.

4!
: Halfway through the strike, first

najor Communist offensive against

Atom Control the sevensimnsies since the Mar-



elles plan inder wa

thousands of arrests had been
oes ot reported, but no death Midday











reports showed that the Labour
ifeder ns ( | ium t
ean eace rganise a mass ovement were
concentrated 1 rie where
thousands of pilgrims are gather-
SA YS BEVIN ing for the Easter climax of th
Catholic Church's Holy Year
LONDON. March. 22
Hiitai 7: as ON, nee h, fir Well ever 1,000. strike had
oYritain does not tavour a direct}, reste y as they
roach Stalin. on Atomi tees yeah aa da ade
, “ gain ces qué
think it ould ~ “— oe in which the Labour Confedera-
1 K woul pe a succes +} lefving ¢ %Olic ban, . hac
oreign Secretary, Ernest Bevir | Ov.“ tying a I oe +
id Dp ate ] i é . called a meeting, Firemen stood
d Parliament today ' ‘ , abet Hoai.'
by with Jets of colourea wate
ow i FE. emesis . Be. ; ‘
We link it would ne us soak demo rators, Some de I
: . and we prefer t ¢ ' }
stra rs 1 » CSCO] oO
e t he proper machine: bs } it
eae e United Nations pilgrims on the steps of one «
ei Rome's _ basilic Both demor
Amid cheers, Bevin declare: trators and pilgrin Sn ae
| . re ! istria
country will not open it ed, In Mi lan he great indus ie
ity of the ( Pol 26, sar
orders for inspection, what is the | ©! i + tee fe At eal
» of entering into an agreeme: S55 : ABDESSE eee i
hen you do not know whether} Worket dvaneing om tne cli
ing kept or not centre. ‘ x
by a flying stone









1estion by Labour membe: ‘ ‘in a
ymond Blackburn, added: “i Complete Stoppage
innot accept the iew that the Reports from all over the cou
re solution of the atomic energy] try indicate an a complete
roblem means absolute peace in] stoppage of big industry Public
world. There conventiona:/ transport as maintained on
rmament, and a whole range Gl] skeleton isis on ost big cities,
roblems that must be dealt with operated by workers of the three

1 this connection non-Communist Union, which. re-

Reuter. fused to join the strike, ices,
shops, schools, small factories and
workshops throughout most of the
country were working. normaly





Fire Destroys Workers on the railways and in

the post, telegraph, gas, light and

health services were exempted
l onastery from the strike. A Government

spokesman claimed early in the
RHODE ISLAND; Mater #4, | 98Y, Uist the ‘result of te stkiKe
7 howed that the Communist
Long robed trappist mon} : ] naive: wilbifairin Teal
climbed ladders, and manne: pring offensive wil tal in ay
es here during the night in a| t has in France
sperate attempt to save their Undisturbed
abbey and church from destruc t itside the Vat
tion by fire, } Pius 1 received







Sut they were powerless] in the biggest mass
igainst the blaze, and the entire] had given during th
ynastery most of which they had] Church’s Holy Yea
built with their own hand vas ix languages to the
lost. came fron Gert At
Many of the monks had narrow | Switzerland Spain, the Unitec
escapes, The Abbot, Don Edmu State and Italy. Meanwhil i
Futterer, said a delay of fiv he Palazzo Marseita, whic!
minutes would have cost between | houses the United States Embassy,
and 50 lives. leading American Ambassadors
—Reuter @ On Page 3



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Carib Calling



MRS. MARY TREE, right in her heavy winter coat, chats with Mr.
William Blair, Jr., and Miss Judith Montagu at Seawell yesterday
shortly. before they left for Trinidad. Mr. Blair and Miss Montagu
have been staying with the Trees at their home “Heron Beach’,
St. James.

: First Flight
Returns to Their New = rivish west INDIAN
York Home AIRWAYS’ R.M.A. ‘Lahamas’
RS. MARY TREE, wife of Mr. made its first commercial flight

yesterday morning when it called
t Barbados. At the controls were

Ronald Tree left vesterday by
B.W.TA. for Trinidad intransit for











ted States to their home in Capt. “Junior’ Farfan and Co-
New York. Mr. Tree i due pilot Iai facGregor; the an
eave Barbados on Tuesday to yarde was attractive Eva
yin her 5 , better known in the service

Staying at Heron Beach, th¢ Scotty.”

é ios home, is Mrs. Ar ’ This twenty-four passenger
Eden, who will probably be y- Vickers Vi made another trip
ing here a little while lon r. yesterday afternoon and returned

uests of the Trees, Mr. to Trinidad with full load of
m Blair Jr., and Miss Judith passengers
Montagu accompanied Mrs. Tree

For Two Weeks

yesterday to Trinidad. The are re-

turning after their short stay in ISS MARJORIE CHAN,
Barbados book-keeper of Farah and
Mr. Blair is a lawyer and comes Co., Port-of-Spain and Miss





from Chicago, and may ¢
America when he leav

to South Odette Song Chong of the firm of
Trinidad, Y. De Lima and Co., Ltd., jew-

Miss Montagu is from England, ellers of Port-of-Spain, were
and was here on a holiday last arrivals over the week-end by
year. Mr. Tree was at Seawell to B.W.I.A. for about two weeks’

see them off,

To Spend Easter Holiday
With Her Daughter

holiday and are staying at ‘Accra’
Rockley .

Merchant Takes Time Out





KS H. D. BOVELL arrivea Yp® LEWIS CAMACHO, direc-
M esterday by B.W.LA., from tor Of’ Camachg Bros +) Dror
trinidad to spend the vision merchants of Port-of-Spain,
re a t her daughter W4S 4 recent arrival for about two
i : pupil at . the months’ holiday. He was accom-
As sete ste ol She will Panied by his wife and they are
A Tiana with Mr. and Mrs, Staying at ‘Accra’, Rockley,
Tallies” Nan d Oct
ites tac Sexton at For Health Reasons
Bovell are aifters M* F. H. BRYAN of Trinidad
who arrived here recently
Heard So Much About for reasons of health, is now a

CHAMPAGNE,

patient at Dr. Bayley’s Clinic. He
t of Montreal was

s at one time Manager of Sam



D*‘ ni oe: D
a Surgeon Dent





and hi have just arrived in [ord’s Castle.
Jarbedos, after ing Jamaica, Mrs. Bryan who had come over
Haid, Puer J rrinidad. with him, has just returned home
Phi une Barbados, by B.W.I.A. after a short stay
which the ve he so much at Sea View Guest House.
about. Here for ten days they are
1ests at the Ocean View Hotei Returning Home
Ten-Day Visit ISS H. INCE, a clerk employ-
AND MRS. EDWARD A ed in the Government Print-
va TOR have spent ten ing Office in Washington, D.C
e Colony Club, St. James, Will be returning home to-day by
e in Detroit. where Mr, He ‘Lady Nelson’ after spending
Proctor is in the real estate busi- ® enjoyable holiday in the island
ness, They have had a delightful 4S @ guest at ‘Manhattan’, Welches,

She will be accom
mother Mrs. G

Christ Church
panied by her
Ince

holiday and plan to return

Enjoyed the Round Trip

Mes BERTIE GROFF, who
retur } }

ied to B ter-

day by the ‘I

bados yes

From Kingston, Ontario

D* BRUCE HOPKINS and his

wife



on ays that

she @â„¢ ved he to British





, : leave by T.C.A. to re-

G k immensely. A (urn to Kingston, Ontario, after a

’ W [ Mani- most enjoyable stay in Barbados,

Barba hey were gu at Cacrabank

on r CA Dr. Hopkir in charge .of the

decide r e tr fter Hospital at K ton and is one
had arrived here. She is ve of its greatest benefactor

ntereste col €

' M® H, DALTON has returned

Roy oO ( 4 to Kingston, Ontario, after

‘ ling a month in Barbados at

Ca I He is of the firm of

Brother the oldest Hard-



Merchants of Kingston

are

BY THE WAY 5







PRHEL! i mething faintly housed, report an extraordinary
Tr rabi i about latest smell of rope, and a harsh sound,
0 reduce the rook as though chains were being
popt on fhe idea is to leave hammered into concrete, or not
hurricane lamps under the rook- At 1.54 yesterday the shed-doors
ery at night swung open, there was a cry of
I disturt the birds, “Let her go id a bulky nozzle
they leave the ne the egg poked itself forward rhe next
grow cold .and do not hatch moment there i hissing cloud
Another way would be to get a of steam, a wheel rolled slowly
machine to simulate dawn at mid- into a ditch, something banged
night, with gramophone records loudly, there was a cry of “Stop!
of early bird-son; The rooks and the nozzle withdrew itself
would then get up and leave the The shed doors swung to, and ali
nests The trees of the rookery was silence
would be quickly cut down, and 1 Drama of Real Life

the eggs placed im artificial nests

,, fPHE Leeds mystery has now
in other trees, But, if the birds f ws a — : ar
found the new “nests,” the mo- amen a lved It will be re

21 they attempted to sit on emberea (or forgotten what
the eae z pir ale : prit care I?) that an owl dropped a
e wos, &€ soncealed spring Let h ae Sn
would release a shower of water a nd ute tt een 1S e
on them, the “nests” would turn 4872¢ea on the hearth 1e OW
upside down and the eggs would dived down the wrong chimney
fall to the ground and break in YY Mistake to retrieve its prey
aan That's how we did it Of course there was no rat there
Pad was organist at St. Sernin Meanwhile the rat went up the
T blouse os 2 chimney down which it had been
« se 5 >
a " : i dropped By this time the owl
0
A Fleeting G iImpse had flown up the wrong chimney,

—, at
Parva, who are not

to the shed where the

Waggling
admitted
is

and then
rat haa

iown the right one, the
gone wn the second
to look for the owl, and,

a

Rocket

chimney






in White

BUSHMAN'

Khaki

he

Only

Shirt '

Back to Montreal
R. HERBERT MASTERS, re-
tired from the Bank of
Montreal, in Montreal, Canada,
has been wintering at Cacrabank.
He is returning on the Lady
Nelson to Canada for a_ short
stay, before going to England for
the summer 'to see his family. He
ag born in England but has

spent many years in Canada.

Recently Taken Over
EV. S. E. WHITE, President
of the Leeward Island Mis-
sion of the Seventh Day Adven-
tists, who has recently taken over
from Rev. Gackenheimer, arrived
yesterday by B.W.I.A. from Trini-
dad. Rev. Gackenheimer has re-
turned to the United States. Rev.

White is here until Sunday, when

he will begin touring the Lee-

ward Islands; he is staying at the

Enmore Hotel.

On June Ist he will be moving
his family to Barbados where he
will set up his headquarters. His
family are at present in Trinidad,
where he has been for the past
six years.

To Take Up Appointment
R. HUGH EDWARDS who
came out from England on

the ‘Winston Churchill’ to Trini-

dad recently, arrived here last
week to take up an appointment
with Barclays Bank and is staying
at the Sea View Guest House.
On Business
RRIVING from Trinidad yes-
terday morning on the ‘Lady

Nelson’ was Mr. W. J. Webb,
West Indies representative of
KE. and J. Watts and Co?, dry

goods merchants of Manchester,
England. He is here on a three-
week business visit and is staying
at the Sea View Guest House.

For Indefinite Stay

RS. LILIAN DURANT of New

York is now in Barbados for
an indefinite period. She arrived
recently by B.W.I.A. and is stay-
ing at the Sea View Guest House.

Spent Two Weeks

R. L. A. ROBERTS, Social

Welfare Officer of Dominica
is due to return home to-day by
the ‘Lady Nelson’. He arrived
here about two weeks ago for a
holiday which he was spending
as a guest at ‘Indramer’, Worthing

After Three Weeks
M* AND MRS. W. ARCH of
Canada, left on Monday by

B.W.1I.A. for Trinidad after
spending three weeks’ holiday
here. They were staying at the

Seca View Guest House.

They expect to leave Trinidad
shortly on the S.S. ‘Brazil’ for

New York on their way back to
Canada.
Mr. Arch is a builder and dis-

tributor of Stonekote Co., Ltd. of
Canada.

First Since His Return
RS. FREDDIE PAYNE, wife
of Jockey Payne, left on

Wednesday afternoon by the
‘Gascogne’ for England. She was
accompanied by their three child-
ren, Barry, Wendy and Terry.
Freddie should be there already
and was due to ride in England
yesterday, his first since his return
from his West Indian trip
Been Here Since September
R. E. L. PINARD, Manager
of the Cable and Wireless
Branch in Dominica is due t
return to Dominica today by the
‘Lady Nelson’. Mr. Pinard has
heen here on long leave since
September with his wife and son
Lionel. and they have been stay-
ing at ‘Swansea,’ Worthing. Mrs
Pinard and Lionel will be staying
o)1 in Barbados for a little longe1

Returns From Leewards
Me RISELEY TUCKER, British
a Council Renrecentative

re
turned from his trip to Antigua
and St. Kitts by B.W.I.A. on
Monday.

BEACHCOMBER

of course, missed it. Finally, two
fire brigades and a demolition
squad managed to knock a large
hole in the wall from one house
to another, in order to bring the
two creatures together. But both
had disappeared All the houses

in the row were pulled down in
vain. It is feared that those two
bits of jetsam never found each
other again,

The Menace of Meat

° EAT-EATING,” says the

Secretary of the Australian
Vegetarian Society, “is the cause
of war, For human beings it is
only a step from killing animals
to killing each other.” It was
killing vegetables (“Shedding the
green blood of the silent vege-
tables,” as Chesterton put it) that
made Hitler

so warlike But
when you consider the matter
further, as I hope you will, you

will find that it is fish-eating that
causes war. Far more people kill
their own fish than their own
meat, and any Angling Club will
tell you that it is but a step from
killing trout to killing each other.

SMART
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AMERICA!



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Short-Story Writer
O*E of Carib’s London friend:

had coffee with Trinidadian
“Willie” Richardson and his wife

Contrast

at their London flat last week
“Willie” is working hard at the
moment: he taioen his M.A. TWO SUITS we have chosen

degree in English Literature this from the new collections, and in
June. In his “spare time” he order to be quite fair to both sides
writes scripts for the BBC. This °f the fashion trade, one is from
tall, broad-shouldered Trinidad- wholesale house and one from
ian hopes to make a reputation for © leading couturier.
himself as a short-story writer The classic suit, with a differ-
when he leaves London Univer- ence, in the fabric that will never
sity. Already he has had some fail its wearer, comes from Dor-
anuscripts accepted His pretty, Ville. It is grey double-breasted,

with a nipped-in waist. The back
fullness is caught wit 1 quarter-
belt, and the skirt is straight

vivacious wife, Leslie, is working
in the welfare department of the
Colonial Office.










The advantage of this i
Clean Buses it can be worn with plain
Gone *bus owners should pay set + era ae ew f +e ba sia
yre care to the cleanliness of tume jewellery for a cor ktail

the "bus in general. It is true party. It is correct for almost —
these ’buses are swept every day occasion, would look good on al-
Nerd ptciae ¥ GY most any type of figure, and could

but there is no protection for the

be worn to work each day withou

passenger who wears a suit or : :
" . : : : osing its newness,
dress of delicate material from losing

using the same seat that a work-
man with soiled clothing had just
used,

The conductor should be allow-
ed to use his discretion in refus-
ing admission to anyone . whose
clothing would soil the seat and
make it uncomfortable for an-
other passenger.

The other suit illustrated comes
from MATTLI’s Spring collectior
and is in navy, with a straignt,
tight skirt. A waistcoat of navy
and white, fastened with oxydised
ball buttons, is worn beneath the
newest style of capejackets. With
it the model wears a panama hai

Moria Shearer, the well-known





By Joan





In Suits

. °
irskine

sort of suit that is immediately

eye-catching. It is elegance per-

onified. But remember that for

most people a suit not only has t



lo double duty—it has to last a
long time. It is an indisputable
fact that people get tired of seeing
n ul al line too often, and this
uit need a slim, fairly
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Chemist on Holiday red headed bE f om. e Judges Choice” is the name

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U.S. Ambassadors
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ROME, March 22



essen,

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Joun J. McCloy, High Com
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F sdmiral Alan G. Kirk, Am-
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dor in Paris, :
Lewis ©. Dougias, Amba
lor in Londun,
r James Cicment
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ssador in Rome,
charles Bohlen. Minister in
ris; and
Ptate Department expert on
ussia.
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bombs, in jeeps and on _ foot,
vatrciled all approaches vo the
abass} as the Ambassadors
drove in for their meeting.
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gnes wdered a heavy
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the day after three bomb explo-
sions shook Rome he early

Dunn, Am-

in the

Pe of the bombs destroyed |

district offices of the Christian

Democrats and of the Commu-

nists, While the third exploded

harm iessly.

The moderate right - wing I
voat the Com-

Temoo declared ;

called today’s 12-hour
general strike “‘to give our Ameri-
can guests the feeling that this

is in theory governed by
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control production, those who put
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trike
prelude to a
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meeting of the committee t

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life of the country, live beyond] strike would be unleashed at an
the Iron Curtain, from where thev) opportune moment.” Count Henry
send their orders to their agen’3| Carton De Wiart is not expected
in Italy.”—Reuter. to begin his consultation unti
after the minister of state have
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from Western Europe
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Verdict Against
Seretse Not To
Be Published

@ From Page |

The Government stressing its
paramount responsibility fox
g00d Government of the Pro-
tectorate, summarised its case
against Seretse’s recognition as
tollows:—(1) To prevent the
disruption of the Bamangwato

tribe, there were already signs
of this in the departure of some
leading tribesmen from the re-
s@ve with Theki. Among the
seven tribes of the Protectorate
outside the Bamangwato opinion
was divided. Evidence agains
Seretse’s marriage was given on
behalf of the two biggest ana
most important tribes It
Seretse were now recognised as

chief, they could be expected tc
draw away from the Bamang-
wato.

(2) Because of doubts whether

Seretse would discharge with
success the grave responsibilities
of the chieftainship. “The man-
ner of his marriage has called in
question his sense of public
duty”, the documents said. (3)
Because of doubts whether
Seretse could retain adequate
tribal support. “There is the
adced uncertainty as to the
tribe’s future attitude towards
the children of the marriage”
Strong Hint
Seretse is being allowed to
urn temporarily to Bechuanaland
o collect evidence for an inherit-

re-

| ance lawsuit, and be with his wife
| when she has her baby in June
I The “White” paper today con-
| tained a strong hint that he might
ve allowed to stay in the Pro-
aaa beyond this period of
} yrace as long as his presence doe:
}not cause trouble, The pape
said, “The length of his stay anc

his movements in the Protectorate
will be kept under review by Hi
Majesty's Government Having
regard to his conduct and the in
erests of order and good Govern-
}ment in the territory—‘they (th:
| Government) must be assured tha

|
}neither through his conduct nor
hrough his presence does he be
}come a focus for trouble in the

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| I Seretse ‘Khama, tonight accus- fe
atory | Deputies yelled at one another in | ed the British Government of try- <_<}
-_ The House rejected the pro- Parliament tonight, when tne jing to get rid of him so that YT
ce \gramme_ despite a telegraphed ee ae be | ou resort to direct rule of his : =
plan from Truman asking for its ae an ns y i territory,
Kleven Seek ip’ ai F | -he Police s oting of two unem- | The 27-year-old African, whose >
‘ ee The re were two votes on ti loyed pe Lentella marriage to a white woman has Our +
ry " . . t whic} aused the gener: Sepa Sie . nae . + KA criminal ea
] oO Combat veasure In the first—a stand- z hich caused the gene Pome a ree vs bigae iy ’ Peie
ng vote—174 were in favour of | ’ eee . vy aq | Colonia 1eadache or iny
rejecting the scheme, 122 against.| “4S Gusk fell, — a. hee | vears, Was speaking to journalists |
¢ = : y 1 mped ) . a p .
» oting « ) ™g as 218 t rikers limped into Rome, after! at the House of Commons, after . « |
k ed Propaganda Poa BaP Tee ea we ro | aving been dumped by Police | publication of the Governme: WI Ol ] ¥ \
“The House later approved ex-) 0'Tules 10 miles outside the cit». | White Paper on his case. . or
WASHINGTON, March 22 | ; : " s and left to find their own way | seretse ste » Britis > Bo de
. ane : pansion of the existing housing | * | Seretse insisted that the British 7
Eleven Un States Senators | anon tal which promotes | back |Government was trying to ge (3 Y. >) \
' forward a resolution | housing principally through 1 They had been arrested earlier |yjiq of him and of his uncle, the or \4) ~ suas
fi world-wide “campaign | iycurance of home mortgages by ! to-day when thousands of demon- |former Regent, so that they could > -@" 3) red. 1S ‘
oo to combat Soviet pro-| 41. Federal Housing Administra-!strators tried to force their way |take over and rule. Seretse who @ ; os
X Senator William Ben-|/; £3 P | through Police cordons, and a fire |i; que to fly home to Africa later SS (& gl . ‘ E~)
nocré Connecticut, de-| °°" hose barrage into Rome’s central |‘}ic week said he knew of no FR BATTERS j Ge
¢ hat such action weer oS Piaz Esedra for a mass demon- | tribal law governing the wife « A /
‘ ( 1p through which} | stration, \Chief : the suitabi f ‘ ort
: pw & x 1 | hief and the suitability of
Ree ree ten tes pouring its NO CH ANGE Immediately the strike ended, | Ghief had never been considered S 2 a, a |
jison into the minds, the a j buses and trams tarted up again} 55 the basis of :his marriage. te . y |
onsci¢ nd the emotions of | LONDON, March, 22 in Reme and the other mals | — (Reuters S \\ nL \
inkind Lord Jowitt, the lLord|cities, A. skeleton service had} , N WN
Democrat nd four Re-/ chancellor, declared in the Howse} been provided through the da " i => : | f
esolution, which pro- not intend to revise the oced . | buse ind lorrie if - > des
OSE p ne Black Le bus had I rmn2@ 8 BE “ \
) ind hich fort ‘ . }
ission of Non-Com-| Under | window hed by a hail o n Trinidad fast n be
{ ate u ne nles hoon
list nations to coordinate yllowi ecent convictior l m ; ta bade no rea Lp Ca L VO
( nformation pYro-) Garman | tom spy Dr. Kl healed PORT-OF
i { aimed against | yon 7 } The A
ucl ee ie Al f 5 TR
> . : Dr. Fuchs, who had acquired 13 Selected Chaguaramas will be reduced says ELSIE the BORDEN cow
: . a world pe British nationality, was 1 . a a caretaker status by July |
network, strong}; : Me at dee One 5 / : ar’ 4 =) y ;
ain ae ene ‘ C W i pe | Maver General 1 V. | Charl | Give your family extra flave = with delici amy-
reach almost | 0 }4 )C0re ts use. fort) Oe God we. Copresn | Nie Seer ©. Ww. a j xi
ve ; ee Broughshame (Conservat | ; a fond this morning. Clarkson with Kea, | tich KLIM milk. All the natural flavor and whole-
f gra ] sachntiin +} wii sat arbado: Ad yocate Corre “ . : le : > ;
foreign students to SUEBCten tio id be PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 22 Some Seren ae ares someness of fresh cow’s milk is sealed in ever
Praire naturalisation should be refer: I x . he Frast Lecol jin Trinidad on the previous | :
} Unitec a daiel od 4 anes _ ; ¢ ar . -cn ‘ . 5
: tohelp to a committee, which General. ( Loinsworth, | 2board the U.SS.N, Tacon Its scientific vacuum packing assures yo fresh-
Ae into the facts ) c tance f exar t ‘ | flagship of the Amphibious Forc« j
\ rseas : ) ael ) é . :
a . mu- | Home Secrefiry betore a * hd R ledford, acting } Atlant Fleet post and “Oper-| tasting milk. And the extreme care with which
ti imu- | * and R. R. WV : 4 a .
ean ition Certificate was issut Lb) oF t} I r Bu 21° 1 ition Portrer I ( aribbean | KLIM i i i 1 fj
. . I ve \ ean tee ame cee : arges >UV LIM is produced makes it uniformly safe and pr
sei —(Reuter.) Jowitt replied, “I doubt very much | 13 Government officials here se- |akaoes joint military manoeuvre S| . €
sack nscale whether you could get AaGSA” lected for training courses in the |"* f in peacetime. ‘ If you haven't yet
. ‘ " security by havi OF itter United Kingdom under the West At the conference which was | ee s om eahinssesaainiiiotin 4
L K Experiments —Reuter. Indies Training Scheme, financed | held fod’ thea = oD yg vee tried KLIM—vyou've a sheets
. ° 4 : ; Jelfare | revealec lat the nited States 7
by the Development and Welfar¢ oe ve ; 3 Boks [nui | 1
. s regar rand surprise in b |
i lh i Blashe Fraser gets three months authorities regarded Trinidad as i g i
. » ashe raser gets
W ith New | or pe C 0 HORNER REJECTED urse the administrative tall he most important defence bas- | store It’s not only de =
ur ie ad n r \ a as . a ". ; i A {
YNDON, March 22 LONDON, March 2! college, Henley, Loinsworth goes | om i ree ‘in oan | ao TAKE PURE Wares, ADD. | {
Britain is experimenting : hae. § niners’ | to the U.K. for one year to study ;@8¢ expressec Pe . ne licious but —but wait ; ive
igpbecoiatagy - - \ Arthur Horner, the miner ducational administration. Med- |"othing will be done by the Navy | KLIM, STIR AND You | ~~ \
f torve s whi will , e Rrit +: al ¢ s a“ . | \
w types of torpedoes which WI" eager and one of Britain’s most | educational adr ee dee to endanger the hemisphere e+. Why don’t you find HAVE SAFE, PURE ALK. | \
ose aut” enemy submarines, set i inent Communists, was re ford is granted an award for six security by neglecting facilities : ; i ‘
ce Y { y | ‘ . oe . ‘ y s’ study i amployment ex- | * ’, ? 4 . ™ r seal? —
heit ourse and finall Jected today for a he Beth, Se mae ‘eo k with the ‘Ministry of | On_the island out for yourself? Try
trike General Council of the powerful . eee eaten The General stated that all .
Giving details i parliamen- Trades Union Congress. Labour and National Service. = |. = in the Caribbean were mnov- a tin today!
ry debate on whe Navy esti-| “The National Union of Mine-| C.K. Chu Cheong, Britian | ng towards a caretaker status for |
mate od: the Parliamentary | opkers. of which he is General | Guianese, here on acting appoint- lsormetime now ms the. asee.is bot
Secretary to the Admiralty, James Secretary, put him forward as it {ment with the Port-of-Spain City | considered dangerous for defence
Callaghan these new weap- | Cmoial nomine Couneil has been awarded a DUnpones é
I ere called “homing torpe But, it is understood, Horner) scholarship of four ee ve a With re gard to Wallerfie d,’ Ki A MILK &
‘ ” 6 ’ , . Se » in civi ,ineer : ape
( vould “hom¢ "| got only four voves. The seat went; B.Sc. course in Civ oat € oo | Clarkson stated that when A “SS
emy arine in due "~ to Walsh, General Secretary of the | ae oe aes Ginesiiee. ‘| airbase there is deactivated, = y
They could be launched frou) 94 999 strong Natiénal Association | and Welfare scholarship sch . TeueT ceil vb. tye Seburnind —
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“Kellew Fhe Band

A SUGGESTION made by two Canadian
correspondents in this newspaper merits
general approval of the community. Colo-
| nel and Mrs. F. J. James after expressing

their appreciation of Barbados’ attractions
invite the Barbados Police Band to tour
other West Indian territories and also to
“give Canada an opportunity to listen to
thig fine group of musicians on a Dominion
of Canada tour.”

Captain Raison and the police band of
Barbados deserve this recognition. The
public never tire of band concerts and new
admirers are made daily. The fact that
two Canadians are among these shows that
the Band’s performance is not for local
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It is not the first time that the suggestion
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it is something new that an invitation to
visit Canada should come from two Cana-
dians. It is well that this is so.

At present worthy efforts are being
made to encourage Canadian tourists to
visit Barbados. Trans-Canada Airlines will
now make Barbados its headquarters in
this area and so Canada comes easier of
access to Barbados and Barbados to Cana-
dians. The noble gesture of a Canadian
Minister coming to assist Barbados in its
plans for oil development shows how the
entente cordiale has progressed. What
greater effort in reverse than the sending
of the Police Band to
Canada ?

There is precedent for such tours. In
1928 the British Band went to
Wembly and won many laurels for itself.
Twenty years later the Gold Coast Band
toured the United Kingdom at the sug-
gestion of Sir Alan Burns and during this
tour people in England learnt more of the
Gold Coast and the lives of its population
thari by any other agency.

But whereas tours have been previously
limited to the United Kingdom, to-day in



as ambassadors

Guiana

an expanding Commonwealth, new ground
can be broken by the West Indies and Can-
ada drawing more closely together in a
spirit of goodwill and learning to know

more of each other. There have always
been close ties not merely of business
between Canada and the West Indies; but
with an uncertain economic future, it

would be well for the West Indies to look
forward to even greater ties of friendship
in future. West Indian students abound at
Canadian Universities and younger chil-
Schools.
There could hardly be any better medium
for cementing friendship than music. This

dren are attending Canadian

the band can provide

The suggestion. has been made, the in-
vitation given and the Chamber of Com-
merce mentioned by name. The Govern-
ment will have to help and there is little
doubt that the House of Assembly will be
willing to assist by voting part of the
funds.

The general public, who have expressed
so great an appreciation of the entertain-
ment by the Police Band will also want to
help directly and hotels and other agencies
will no doubt subscribe handsomely to this
excellent form of advertising their attrac-
tions in Canada. The tourists will follow
the band

Strays

AT the meeting of the Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals on Tues-
day evening the question of ownerless dogs
was again brought to public attention. It
deserves consideration. Some months ago
the Commissioner of Police organised a

\ campaign against these strays and unfor
tunately a few worthwhile pets fell into

the nets.

} Owners
} straying about the streets in order that

should keep their pets from

bona fide strays can be rounded up and got



' rid of. These sometimes attack pedestrians
and small stock, thus becoming a public

danger.

OUR READERS SAY:



To The Editor, The Advocate,
Sin—Your Surfay newspaper

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RECENTLY to hand from Lon-
don is a copy of the Annual
Report of The Barbados Elec~-
tric Supply Corporation Ltd., for
the year ending June 30th 1949,
to be submitted to the share-
holders at the General Meeting
on March 30th next. Also to hand
is some information of the type
available to anyone in Eng-
land who might be interested
in the shares of the Company,
but which is widely unknown in
Barbados, though very interesting
to’ all of us here, whether w2
realise it or not. Some discus-
sion of the facts and figures
given in these documents seems
apropos at this time,

From the Report we learn that
the destinies of the Company are
guided by a Board of Directors
in London and an Advisory Com-
mittee in Barbados, also that two
of the three members of the
latter body are Members of our
Legislative Council. This might
be regarded as being an advan-
tage to the Company, or alter-
natively, as putting the Members
in question in a very invidious
position whenever matters relat-
ing to the Company might be
debated in the Council. There
might be no harm done if the
position is frankly recognised
and everyone guided accordingly.

Another rather surprising fact
is that the ‘peak load’ or ‘maxi-
mum demand’ on the system is
only 2,058 K.V.A., which seems
very small indeed, especially as
the Company has been operating
for 40 years so that one naturally
wonders why the growth has been
so slow, in contrast with other
countries where electricity has
been available for anything like
the same length of time. The
Company might say that the
demand for its service has devel-
oped slowly, but many Barba-
dians I have met have spoken
bitterly of the alleged refusal of
the Company to extend its mains
to give them service which they
were eager to have. From my
own experience I would say that
high rates will retard growth
seriously, regardless of all other
factors. Some apologists for the
Company stress the fact that prior
to 1936 the franchise limited its
operations to 5 miles from the
City of Bridgetown. This would
not necessarily be a disadvantage
to the Company and might be a
definite help in the earlier stages,

in allowing it to concentrate on
the most densly populated dis-
trict before extending out into
the less profitable territory. If
an enquiry is held, it would be
interesting to ascertain the real
reason for the slow growth of
the system, and until then we
should keep open minds.

The data I have shows that the
total number of units sold did
increase from over 3 million in
1939 to over 8 million in 1949,
or 242 times in 11 years, as com-
pared with 5% times in Trinidad,
where the rates were Grastically
reduced in the period. Could this
be a coincidence? Trinidad did
manage to obtain some new
during the war,
local Company re-
from the Govern-
of the same opportunity,
from the same source, namely
the United States

So far as one can tell from this
the profits not seem
unreasonably high, but there
might good ground for criti-
cism of the policy of paying out
such a large proportion of profits

whereas the

ment

ao

be

|in dividends and taxation thereon,

In 1939 and 1940 the dividend
6% and in subsequent years
5%, and the Company has paid

NEW YORK

The beet

Mail).

is

(By
crop this year
large that sugar economists and
brokers are hopeful it may ex-
ceed the quota of 1,800,000 “ons.

Observers point
1949-50 domestic
to 1,605,796

out that the
crop amounted
short tons raw value.

This compared quive favourably
with 1,313,280 short tons harvest-
ed in the previous season.

The crop for 1950-51, however
is expected to be bigger than ever.
of

tarmers
to grow

According
Commerce
seem aciually
beets this year.

They report that “some west-
ern processors have been forced to
refuse acreage that farmers have
been willing to contract.”

to Department
specialists,
anxious

Too Early

The Deparv’ment explains that
it still is too early for estimates
of total beet acreage under culti-
vation



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external
which
oudined some of the points made, some measure of outside supervi-
control of
The New Statesman and Nation,; Economic viability is only pogsible

Observers think tha’ a large
crop will induce beet processors



financial for the

will involve
of abstrac’ right
law. By

their affairs














More Sugar

so

attention
machinery of government, and for
its deliberate disregard of matters

concentrating upon



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Electrical Statisties

ne is

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“Play your blinkin’ Queen,
Joe.”

Landon Express Service.

the British tax, so that the share-
holders have benefited, and for
practical purposes it is the same
as if a dividend of 9% was paid.
This in itself would not account
for the high rates here, but it is
at least a factor in helping to
make them high. A simple cal-
culation shows that if the annual
dividend had been less by only
1%, the Company would have
saved many thousands of pounds
to invest in new equipment, with
which to gonerate more electri-
city, thus having a cumulative
effect on future profits of the
shareholders and benefiting con-
sumers in the meantime. This
would seem to be a much wiser
policy in a business that in the
very nature of things should
have substantial growth year by
year. The directors might say
they could nov sell new shares
in London on that basis, but I
would think that a dividend of
% tax free looks fairly good in
England now, and would seem
satisfactory to Barbadians, espec-
ially with very good prospects
of steady appreciation in value of
the shares over a term of years.
The policy followed has evidently
been to issue new Preference
Shares to provide capital for new
equipment, and this has. the
effect of diluting the existing
ordinary shares, and thereby re-
ducing their value somewhat.

It is interesting to note that the
Company .as over 7000 consum-
ers, and the report refers to vhe
prospect of needing further gen-
erating plant in the near future.
The plans for expansion of the
system are a maiter of keen in-
terest to everyone in Barbados,
and it is felt that the public
should have some voice in making
the plans, and the speed with which
they are carried out. The most
rapid possible increase.in the num-
ber of units sold offers the best
hope for keeping the rates from
going up with rising costs, and
perhaps even coming down some-
what. If electric cooking is com-
parable in cost with kerosene in
Trinidad and B. G., it is hard ‘to
see why it should be more than
double the cost here, and no
effort should be spared vo correct
such a discrepancy.

There is a fundamental diffis
culty attached to operating a busi-
ness concern here, with the Board
of Directors in England. This
method of remote control tends
to loss of efficiency and duplica-
tion of overhead expense. The
Balance Sheet carries an item of
£3,266 for expenses of Administra-
tion in London and Barbados, most
of which, including Directors’ fees
of £1,350, is probably in London,
and perhaps unnecessary for the
actual running of ‘the business in
Barbados. It is interesting to note
that the members of the Advisory
Committee in Barbados also re-

By William Widder

to minimize their carryover from
the present crop.

That, of course, will mean great
beet sugar sales.

Commerce Department expens
emphasize, however, that there
will be less cane sugar sold in
the 1950-51 season.

WHAT’S ON TODAY

Court of Grand Sessions at
10.00 a.m.

Athletic Sport’, Combermere
School at 12.30 p.m.

Meeting, Sanitary Commis-
sioners, St. Michael, 12.30
p.m,

Athletic Sports, Coleridge
School at 1.30 p.m.

Athletic Sports, Boys’ Found-
ation School at 1.30 p.m.

Meeting of Christ Church
Vestry at 2.00 p.m.

Meeting of House of Assem-
bly at 3.00 p.m.
p.m.

Football, Kensington at 5.00

Mobile Cinema, New Castle
Plantation Yard, St. John.





it pays to the carry out equally satisfactorily elected by the public. The lynch- or amend the recommendations ir
themselves, and the degree of Pin of the Executive will be the the Report. Much time will bi
financial authority needed to pay Council of State, which will required for the consideration and
or fundamental for the federal administration, @PProximate increasingly to a dscussion of political union

the





From



The Report follows the example

Symthies M. E. L. C.

ceive fees, though the amount is
not stated. It is to be hoped that
the people in Britain give us credit
for contributing £10,500 to vheir
tax revenue, that being equal to
six-tenths of a cent on every unit
sold. This is nov a heavy impost
but all these items add up.

When I wrote my first article
on this subjec’ in the “Advocate”
of Feb. 7th. I had no idea of writ-
ing any more. I have been egged
on however by a number of
people suggesting that I should
“keep up the good work,” and so
on, and have in one way and
another come across much inter-
esting data on the various poinis
involved. To my mind it all seems
to add up to the essential fact
that the general public, varough
their appointed . representatives,
should have a voice in the running
of anything so imporvant to the
general welfare as the local Elec-
tric Supply Co. The Board of Di-
rectors in London may have the
best intentions in the world, buy
their ideas on what is best for us
in the matter of electricity may
not coincide exactly with our own.
If we must pay much higher rates
than in neighbouring colonies, we
are entitled vo the assurance that
some definite reason for that
exists, also that no pains will be
spared to bring the raves down
if possible. We are entitled to
better service than we have had,
and to know that no street or dis-
trict that is legally entitled to
service from the Company is re-
fused such service. The bes’
answer seems to be a Public Util-
ities Commission of some _ sort,
composed of carefully selected
and suitable persons, free from
connection with party politics,
and equipped with vhe powers
needed to carry out its responsi-
bilities. It need not cost much to
operate in this island, and if de-
sired vhe cost could be covered by
fees charged, as is done elsewhere.

Something of the kind is in
force in many places now, and is
regarded as being a satisfactory
compromise between uncontrolled
private enterprise and nationalisa-
tion. I do not know any reason
why iv should not work in Barba-
dos, and the need does seem to
exist here.

A Company has nothing to fear
from the type of Commission vis~
ualised, part of its function being
to. see fair play and vo act as a
buffer between the Company and
members of the public whose de-
mands are unreasonable, as some
are sure to be.

History is replete with examples
of the impracticability of business
concerns being operated by Direc~
tors in England, thousands of miles
from the scene. The East India
Company is one, and a more re-
cent instance is furnished by the
Grand Trunk Railway Company
in Canada. The latter case ended
in a serious debacle which endan-
gered the credit of the entire
country and caused much heart-
burning among the shareholders
in England, though as a plain
Canadian Citizen I still think the
Directors in London were respon-
sible. The hard feelings engender-
ed have not entirely died down
thirty years later.

I believe that if I were running
the Barbados Electric Supply Co.
I should ask the Government to
appoint an authority with which
I could collaborate. I understand
that this was done in B. G. during
the war at the request of the local
representative of the Electric
Company, and that the results
were beneficial to everyone con-
cerned, and that the arrangement
is still in force. The shares are
owned in Canada.

Beet

They argue that last year—
when the beet crop was smaller
—@n area - by - area beet sugar
quova defi\it was redistributed
among other cane sugar areas,—
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Unification Of Public —
Services Report (conc)

DISCUSSING the constitutional position,

the report goes on:—

Unless, therefore, a federal Government comes
into being, we consider that recourse will have
to be had to the second alternative. (Public Ser-
vice Commission set up by the Secretary of State
for the Colonies). However the Public Service
Commission may be constituted, it is clear to us
that, in the light of paragraph 8 of the Secretary
of State’s draft despatch of May, 1946, the powers |
of the Commission in respect of appointments or
promotions to scheduled posts in unified services
can be no wider than those assigned to Governors
in Section A of Chapter III of Colonial Regula-
tions, unless the Secretary of State himself so

ines. ‘
ey way the Public Service Commis- | ,
sion may be constituted, a solution will need to |
be found for the difficulty to which we have i
referred in paragraph 125. That difficulty may be } i
stated briefly in the following terms: —‘‘How is the
Commission to acquire sufficient knowledge of the
capabilities and promise of officers serving in the
various colonies to enable it to estimate their rela-
i aims to promotion?” es
mt nt be camel that the Commission would
have at its disposal the annual reports on all |:

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altogether from the impossibility of equating, on | OIL STOVES conn < sa :
this basis alone, the merits of officers serving in | PRESSURE COOKERS ,
iifferent colonies, we are satisfied that the ee SAUCEPANS—Iron, Enamel and Aluminum ha
dence which such reports afford is insufficient for DOUBLE BOILERS Ae
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od that, when making appointments or promotions
: posts in the Colonial Unified Services, the Secre-
tary of State has at his disposal sources of ena
mation beyond that afforded by annual reports.
In respect of many services, he has expert advis~
ers who visit various groups of colonies from time
to time, and the officers of his Department take
every opportunity of discussing personnel matters
with senior officers of the Colonial Service when
they go to the United Kingdom on leave,

a DEVISE MEANS

Our task then, as we see it, is to devise means
whereby the Commission will have at its disposal
such material, additional to that furnished by
annual reports, as will enable it to assess, with a
reasonable measure of confidence, the relative
claims of candidates for promotion, The weakness
of annual reports is that, being annual, they tend
to become formal and stereotyped. Generally
speaking, they constitute an inadequate guide to
the fitness of an officer for promotion within his
own colony, and for the purpose of weighing the
respective merits of officers serving in different
colonies they would, to speak frankly, be almost
valueless.

In saying this, we must not be taken as mean-

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ing that We attach no importance to the written
evidence of an officer’s merits. There may well ;
be occasions on which the Commission will find SELECT THESE ]
it desirable to supplement the information derived RGN SAI ced soci ice ee sae |
from other sources by asking for ad hoc reports Tiree TR ae 14 -1b io a
on individual officers. “Such a procedure would be DALTON’S CEREAL FLAKES ......... oan Pkg. Ab
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or technical character. An example will illustrate
our point. Supposing that the post of Deputy
Director of Medical Services in Jamaica were to
fall vacant, and that recommendations of equal
cogency were to be received in respect of medical
officers serving in Jamaica, Trinidad, and British
Guiana, we conceive that it would not be possible
for the Commission to discriminate between the
three candidates without expert assistance.
ADVISERS

We cannot, therefore, escape the conclusion that |

the Commission must have at its disposal the ser- | |
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vices of advisers in respect of some of the special-
ised services which we recommend for unification.
There are those who would go further than this.
If we understand aright the conclusions reached
by the Heads of Medical Departments at their
Conference held in June, 1947, they contemplate
the setting up of a regional administrative author-
ity concerned with medical matters. The advan-
tages of such an arrangement are obvious, but if





hay
ney

such an authority were to have executive powers WHEN THINKING OF .
it would amount to the federalization of the medi- fz:
cal services, whereas, if its functions were to be Bie
| purely advisory, it would probably involve addi- Mi
tional expenditure of too high an order for the i
colonies to be ready to shoulder. We have there- § ;
fore come down on the side of advisers in respect Tr
of certain services in preference to any more
elaborate organisation. :
It will, of course, be appreciated that in so far ae
as any service may be federalized, the need for ,
an adviser will disappear, since the federation of hip
a service presupposes a Director-General of that Ren
service. It will also be appreciated that there are + it
some services the scheduled posts in which are n
so few that the appointment of an adviser would ay



not be warranted; in the case of such services





W.1. Are Imp overished Agricultural Communities

It will constitute



other means must be devised for enabling the
Commission to discharge its functions.

The services which, as will be seen from para-
graph 30, we regard as suitable for unification are
Administration, Agriculture, Civil Aviation, For-
ests, Legal and Judicial, Medical, Police, Postal,
and Prisons. Of these it would probably be true
to say that the most important in the development
of the colonies in the Caribbean region are the
agricultural and medical services, and in respect
of these services expert advice is already at hand
in the shape of the Agricultural and Medical

Advisers to the Development and Welfare Organi-
zation.

JUST THINK OF—












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DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT.

MERITS

We do not think that it would add substantially
to the duties of these officers if, on the occasion
of their visits to the several colonies, they were to
take every opportunity open to them to ascer-
tain the merits of officers of the various grades,
with a view to placing the information so gained
at the disposal of the Commission. Our discus-
sions with the Development and Welfare Organi-
zation lead us to believe that their Advisers would
be ready to undertake this task. The point has
been put to us that their duties in this regard
should not be left on an informal basis as a mere
working arrangement with the Public Service
Commission but that they should be prescribed for
them by the Secretary of State, so as to give them
locus standi in the matter both in relation to the
Public Service Commission and the colonies the
merits of whose officers they will be keeping
under review.

YES

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of March ‘1 gives vhe full account for the region as a whole and for minimum requirements of a fed- of other federal constitutions “the policy-forming instrument’ Our own responsibility lies ir:
and I quote the following extract.,each territory as a member of a eral system of government, itt when it recommends a bi-cameral in the new constitution: at its 40mg what we can to assure
: “The Keport rightly underlinesja regional association : oe . ei ae theis ae Legislature, with a House of meetings policy will be decided, ene stability for the region.
assumption that political in-|* Nevertheless, it would be a fatal article a flexible and unfinished Assembly elected by adult fran- and estimates of expenditure and” Without economic stability ther
ependence in the Caribbean areaM misiake, which the authors of the quality which will enable it to chise and a Senate to represent the future legislation will be approy- is little prospect of successfu
; impracticable for the separate)i Report have carefujpy avoided, to grow gradually By Spee to member territor es. It is indeed ed. It will be responsible to ihe Tepresentative institutions, eithe:
) territories so long as it is pursuecfiregard federation as a substitute changin ae and ania one essential to avoid the subordina- Federal Parliament through the in the territories or at the federal
} lation from their neighbours. {for resp msible government at the altions 2 Oeler Benes merit Of tion of the lesser territories to the Prime Minister, who will himself centre. Trade recession creates
; lt vithin reach of all thesey-unit level heir recommendations the uggesved an hg. 7 larger populations of Jamaica and be elected by its members He, jn Conditions of unrest which threaten
territoric large and small, ifywould have had no chance of ac : t a Oe tiet the aa wee ® Trinidad. This will be secured by turn, will choose the major ty of two of the assumptions of federa- 5c. & si.
; ‘ance the Te jies jeration whic : re a ti} sx’stenc a Sec ~ ; ini ; ry . 7 Tins :
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be squared with economic depen olitical advance in the separate and surviy eens the Bri a os equal representation. In this way therefore do avait: = ae Bots. Crosse & Blackwell's CALVES FEET JELLY a
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eal,

im The “Nelson” was busy yester-
lay taking a load of molasses, rum
Ind general cargo which it will

ake for ports on its voyage South

mane molasses and rum are being
the
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gsDAY, MARCH 23, 1950

a
Postman Pleads Not
Guilty Of Larceny

this

res
month,

and

Jo Cane Fires |
This Month |

VGH MANY appeals to!
: number of cane}
made by the Com- |
other
continue

have already oc-
and
Advocate yes-~

one

Another postman occu
Court of Grand Se
Dowding of the St. Luey Br
pleaded not guilty to a ci
a registered letter addr

pied

estat tne the Polies

in tion wi :

Be | Suse: Gis:

y tter. w | m=

BE OF unknown origin| me ross: |
ke out at Charles Rowe} O h E ey |

i agen about 2.00 p.m. on t ers n t |

, Jast and destroyed 17 holes |

‘rid : anes. They THERE .

crop ripe ¢ sre'tes a =)

| rored and belong to Harold | Here’ "signs aroun ‘Please Cross

Being of the same address. the Crossing lane most used by!

wT ABOUT 8.45 p.m. on Tues-| pedestrians is between Messrs Da

Sad cestroyed 13
canes.
property

tate of A. C. Cal

stories,

F

tn

day 4
oke out

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Hop ripe

; ELVE ACRES of first crop
were destroyeu
a fire of unknown origin
t at Lower Estate Planta-

ripe canes

e oul sens. {lane is between Messrs Alexande
at about 2.15 a.m. yesterday. | Bayley’s Jewellery Store and the
The canes are the property of Canedian Bank of Commerce
Dowding Estates Trading Com-| This is very rarely used and one

pany an

It ¢0

ce an

fire of unknown origin
at Hampton Plantation
acres of second

They are the
of the Trustees of the
meran afd were

a were insured.
FIRST EDITION of the
i iados Police Magazine is
. in circulation. :
local Police Magazine to be

7 hed and is edited by Capt.
Ww. A. Farmer, Superintendent o!

This

Yall Plantation, St. Lucy.

eee

esd

"Monday night, May 1.

4or Kensington.

The Judges will be Capt. C. E.
Raison, Father Hopkins and Mr.

Gerald Hudson.

Silver Sands,

The Choirs entered so far are:
Government

Plum Tree, Hillaby Star,

fam Alpha and Omega.”

|
&
.

4

HE VOICE OF POETRY” in
which John
Evans will read some of the

of Walter
, H. Davies,

, will be
Ratio Distribution
. and 9.45 p.m.
_ The programme is arranged and
mesented by the British Council

de
es
broa

la

deast



Gielgud

between
tomorrow.

is

Hill,
Hall’s
Road, Eagle Hall Modern, Orange
Hill, Surprise and another Silver
The test tune will be “I

and

Mare. }

the

ntains 14 pictures and 30
some by members of the
d others by outside con-

tors.
E LOSS OF a quantity of fir
box boards was reported by
‘ter M. Armstrong of Spring
He
Veiaied that the boards were re-
wed from a Shooting Hut at
he Hope, St. Lucy between 7.30

n, on Saturday and 6.00 a.m. on

NE CHOIRS have already
entered for a Singing Com-
Myetition which will take place at
Mhe Queen's Park Steel Shed on
This Com-
jtion was formerly scheduled

S. Eliot and

Costa & Co.,
Bank of Comm
Theme William Henry Street
is lane is mosv us Decaus
pedestrians, walkin z se aoe
Street on that side of the road, |
cannot fail to see j ney |
cross the road and
through the lane with

t when they |
some walk|
any idea that they are
The

and the Canadian
erce, at the top of!

|
out having}
doing so.
next Broad Street crossing

pedestrian told the “Advocate” |
yesterday that this lane crs ar
more useful between vhe Advo-
ccte Company Limited and Messrs
Snes & Sarr pointing out that
was no lg at ¢ é
nig ane at all in that
From 9.50 to 10.00 yester-
day morning only 10 pedestrians
crossed by the lane between Alex-
ander Bayley and the Canadian
Bank of Commerce, but further
up Broad Street, at the lane be-
tween the Barbados Dairies and
Messrs. T. R. Evans, pedestrians
were crossing frequently.

In Ten Minutes
Ten minutes, from 10.00 to 10.10
a.m., Spent near this lane showed
that pedestrians were making use
of the lane at the average rate
of five every minute. But as if to

here too that most pedestrians |
failed to use the lane, and crossed |
at either side of it at the rate ot
three per minute. On one or two
occasions pedestrians walked
across with bicycles. Some were |
only a few feet from the lane but |
would not take the trouble ot
going into the lane before cross- |
ing.

The third lane between Messrs. ,
Bookers Bros., and Barclays Bank |
is @lso used fairly often. At this
point pedestrians cross at the
average rate of two per minute
and between 10.15 and 10.20 yes-
terday, everyone did cross there as
requested by vae sign.



The fourth and last Broad Street
crossing lane, between Messrs.
William Fogarty and Messrs S, P.

over! Musson’s General Office, like the

| Only Two Ships
In Port

B

| THE only ships at Bridgetown
were

'

esterday
Canadian

madian

orning,

National

Biipped for

eheral cargo

early

Canada
is

two

bound

of

while

yatitish Northern Islands.

British

vessel arrived here from
Trinidad,
with

nada

Guiana
and St.

via

Vincent

argo including peanut
herrings,

1

Matches, patent
onal effects, vanilla oil, limacol

ages,

ind fresh fruit.

|, About 9.30 a.m. to-day it will
peave port for St. Lucia, Launches

0 the ship

The “Canadian Challenger’? was
harging 160 bags of cornmeal,
along with
ages of pickled pork, frozen
sh, salmon, eggs and auto parts

{
a

ba

bags

of

leave the Baggage
aehouse at 8.30 a.m., and 9.30

flour

butter,
garments,

medicines, per-

9.15

the
Steamships
mune, The “Lady Nelson” and the
Challenger”,
ip ¥hich called

both of
yesterday

mken at Halifax and St. John.

I left port the same evening}
British Guiana via St. Vincent,

Mtenada and Trinidad.

SsSe5

essrs, Gardiner Austin & Co.,|
+ are local agents of both ships



“Cachalot”’
Afloat Again

1

n

The

que,

its engine room.

Tesponsible

for

n Barbados,

ung its place on the dry dock
the 69-ton schooner Mary
ys Which will undergo an |
~ Overhauling. The Mary M.
‘ 1 yesterday |
ing. When it comes off dock |
ritish Guiana.

WIS Was
en

wy

OVER

9

13
Wed fo

taken

tl sail for B



Nerces of oranges
bados from Trint-
aay evening by the |
“Also supplies of |





up

a,

Anglo-U.S. Meat

RE

; Oranges Come!

Ltd

Talks Postponed

| MOTOR schooner Cachalot, 84
/ Net, was afloat again yester-
after Spending three weeks
Central Foundry Dry Dock |
t was riding at its berth
the dock awaiting the ear-
Pportunity to sail back to

Cachalot took fire the day
had gone on dock for re-
This
its lengthy

ndaerines and ground
this vessel

consigned +

second lane, has a steady flow of
pedestrians passing through it but
yet many are inclined to cross the
coad at the point between Messrs.
Bruce Weatherhead’s Drug. Store
and the Self Help.

7 |
On entering Trafalgar Square}

| three “Please Cross Here” signs
| can be seen but there are no studs |
to indicate a lane and pedestrians
branch out from the pole, bearing
the sign, in all directions when

crossing.
The First
There were some of the first
City. One is situated between the
Public Buildings and the Fountain
Garden, another between the
Fountain Garden and Chamberlain
Bridge and the last between the
Public Buildings
Bank of Canada, at

High Street.

the top of

At the corner of Bridge Street
and Victoria Bridge work is pro-
gressing rapidly on the widening
of the road and the formation of
! a pavement in alignment with the
pavement by the Fountain Garden.

toria Bridge, preparations are
going ahead on the extension of
the Bridge. When it is competed
it will have a six-foot wide foot-
path for pedestrians and this will
be independent from the roadway
for vehicles.



Seawell

Alterations to the Terminal
Building at Seawell are continu~
ing. Both the Customs Officers
Store Room and Gents’ Wash
Room, (which were more or less
in the centre of the building)
have been' moved to the eastern
| side so that the interior of the
building will have a much larger
appearance and certainly more
room for the airport staff to work,



crossing signs to be put up in the|

jof having received the letter No.

and the Royal |
Opposite Bridge Street, at Vic- |

|

Changes At |

the dock at the sitting of the

sions yesterday. He was Evans Carlisle

anch of the Post Office, and he

harge of larceny of a postal packet-—
Ist ressed to Aletha Rollock
containing money to the value of $10.

r Archer
00.

Dowding is represented by Mr.
D. H. L. Ward, while the case for
the Crown is being conducted by
Mr. W. W. Reece K.C., Solicitor
General. The case for the prose-
cution was still in progress yester-
day evening when His Honour the
Acting Chief Justice, Mr. G. L
Taylor, adjourned the Court until
10 a.m. to-day.

Dowding did not enter the dock
until 2 p.m. when his name was
called yesterday morning he did
not answer nor appear and when
he was brought in the afternoon
he said he had not seen a paper
early in the morning, and did not
know that the case had been set
down for hearing that day.

His Honour explained to him
that the notice in the paper was
Just for the convenience of the
general public. As a defendant,
it was his duty to attend Court
every day until his case was tried.

Dowding was on bail in the sum
of £100 with one surety in a sim-
ilar amount.

Registered Letter

As the case began, Mr. C
Armstrong, Colonial Postmaster
entered the witness stand.
produced a registered letter No
39261 addressed to Mrs. Aletha
Archer of Crab Hill, St. Lucy. He
also produced a delivery receipt
for the same letter purporting to
be signed by Aletha Rollock on
August 27, 1949. It had been
counter-signed by Dowding.

The letter was a piece of regis-
tered mail from New York and
arrived in Barbados on August 26.
It had been sent to the St. Lucy
Post Office next day to be deliver-
ed to the addressee.

The Postmaster also produced a
list of registered articles dated
August 27. He said that that list
along with an envelope had been

R

counterbalance this result, it was | received by him from the Postmis- | jetter

tress of St. Lucy. That list was
one which was taken out by post- |
men when they went delivering |
letters. The postman would sign |
his name against each letter that
he delivered

Mr. Armstrong produced too a
list of the registered articles re-
ceived from New York. The num-/
ber of the letter on that list was
43855. That was the New York
registration number.

Next to be produced by the
Postmaster was money amounting
to $37.18. He said he had receiv-
ed it from the Postmistress on De- |
cember 30. The postmistress had |
also sent a memorandum showing |
the denomination of the notes of |
which the amount was made up. |
He had checked the money with}
her memorandum and found it to}
be correct. {

Handed Letter

On December 23 Aletha Archer |
and Etheline Griffith had come to}
him. They made a statement and
handed him a letter.

In answer to Mr. Ward, Mr. |
Armstrong said that in the case of [
St. Lucy, if the letter was not de-
livered to the addressee the slip
should have been returned to the

St. Lucy Office next day. If it|
was delivered the delivery slip
would be returned signed. If the

addressee did not sign it, the post-
man should sign it to protect him-
self.

Adele O’Neale who had acted |
as Postmistress of St. Lucy from
August 15 to August 27, 1949, told

39261 from the General Post
Office. She had given it to the
accused the same day for him to
deliver it to the addressee. She
had also given him a list of regis-!
ltered articles that he had to de-!
!liver of which that letter was one.
| The letter was No. 5 on the list.

She was there when he ini-



He |

| Guides were delighted to go on

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Mrs. Savage New
G.G. President



Mrs. Savage told members





of the Local Association of

Barbados Girl Guides yesterday evening at Pax Hill that
the aims and methods of guiding could be a power of good in
the development of a community. It was the fourth annual

meeting of the association

Mrs. Savage who was elected

president Was given an adcress.

Guiding In
1949

Mrs. E. B. Williams, Island
Commissioner, in her report on
the working of the Girl Guides’
Association for the year 1948-49,

at the Annual General Meeting ot
the Association at Headquarvers,
“Pax Hill”, yesterday afternoon,
said:--

I should like on behalf of the
Girl Guides’ Association to extend
to our President, Mrs..Savage, a
very hearty welcome. We alsc
welcome tae members of the Local
Association to our Headquarters
and Camp site, Pax Hill. We
thank them for the help and sup-
port they have given to us and
to our work for this long dreamed-
of Headquarvers.

fo Mrs. Campbell we offer our
sincere congratulations on her
husband’s promotion, but we deep-
ly regret that we shall be losing
her. She has taken a great inter-
est in our work and has been
Chairman of the Local Associavion
since its formation in 1947. It has
been a pleasure to work with her
and we shall miss her.

We were sorry to say good-bye
in March to Sir Hilary and Lady
Blood, who had always shown
such an interest in our Organisa-
tion. You will remember thay it
was during Lady Somerleyton’s
visit to Barbados in March 1947
that, with Lady Blood, she helped
us to form the Local Association.

idy Somerleyton is now Inver-
1ational Commissioner at Impe-
rial Headquarters. She still talks

mm |

































of her visit to Barbados and in a

to me at Christmas said,

“Flow is our Local Association?”
The Beaver

We were all very delighted

when Imperial Headquarters

ewarded the Beaver to Miss Marie
Laborde, Commissioner tor Rang-
ers, and the Medal of Merit to
Miss Nora Burvon, Commissioner
for Camping. Guide awards are
#iven for exceptional good servic.
to the Movement. These awards
were richly deserved as both if.
Laborde and Miss Burton have
given and are still giving splen-

did service to the Guide Move-
ment,
The work of our Organisation

yoes steadily on. We siill
more Guiders_but that
be the universal cry. I heard i
everywhere I went last year in
England, so we are not singular.
The Scouts’ and Guides’ Own
was held on Thinking Day, 42u
Guides were present.
During vhe year some

neec
seems to

of the
board ships of the
which visited Barbados —H.M.S
“Duke of York”, “Solebay” and
“Cadiz”. These visits are always
thrilling events for them
There were not as many
camps as in the year before
but we realize that companies
cannot afford to camp 2 years
in succession owing to the high
cost of food and transportation
This is unfortunate for camping
is one of the most valuable parts
of Guide and Ranger training.
The Girl Guides’ Fair was held
on 2nd July at Queen’s Park anc
realised $1,712.78. We should like
to thank the members of the
Local Association for undertaking
the cake stall, which made $95.47
Our next Fair is fixed for Savur-
day, 3rd June, at the Drill Hal’
and we are very pleased that the

Home Fleet



tialled and dated the list. The date
when the receipts were sent back
to the General Post Office was
| September 4.

Edith St. John, Postmistress 01
St. Lucy said she had returned
from leave on August 29. She saw
a little of the registered articles
that had been taken out on Au-
gust 27.

|

Signature
The list showed the letter in
question. It had been given to
postman Dowding, and had been
signed by him. She knew his
signature. Dowding had brought
in a delivery receipt during the
week. It bore his signature and
ene purporting to be the signature
of Aletha Rollock. — :
She had returned it to the Gen-
eral Post Office on September 4.
On December 20 Rollock and
Griffith had come to the office to
her, Dowding was present. They
made inquiries about two register-
ed letters which had been sent to
them during August,
She had looked through
files and found that there
two such letters One was
August and the other

her
were
for

17 for



The Health Officer and Police,
who formerly were in a wire
enclosure at the entrance of the
incoming passengers department
will have a desk in this room and
this wire enclosure has also been
pulled down.



August 27 About 2.30 p.m,, the
same day the acc used had asked
her if she would be

matter, saying that he had gone

@ On Page 8



I

silent over the}

Local Association has kindly con-
sented to undertake the cake stal’
again, We shall be very grateful
if each member will help us b:
selling admission tickets for th«
Fair, These are ready and may be
obtained from Miss Marie Laborde
after the meeting
Headquarters

The most wonderful event of
the year was the opening of our
Headquarters and Camp sive, Pax
Hill, by Lady Rance on 15th Octo-
ber. His Excellency the Acting
Governor, Mr. S. H. Perowne,
C.M.G., was present and the Lord

Bishop of Barbados blessed our
building.
Our four Fairs have realised

$7,025.99. The land at Pax Hili
jhas cost $4,800.00 (£1,000), of
| which $2,400.00 (£500) has been
paid. The balance $4,625.99 was
used for moving the building from
Needhams Point, re-erecting iv,
cutting the entrance, building the
wall in the front of the property,
; making the road in the grounds
j and enclosing the whole area with
posts and barbed wire, The water
has been laid on from Belmont
Road to the corner of the land at
the side of the envrance. Due to
\the combined efforts of Lady
Blood and Lady Rancc ie-
ceived in December a generous
jdonation of £300 from Develop-
\ @ On Page 8







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| read it at leisure.

Lady Southorn who also gave
a short address, stressed that in
the present chaotic world of
despots there never was greater
need for the true aims of the
scout and guide movements.

Mr, J..P. O'Mahony and Mrs. J,
Connell were elected members of
the Executive committee of the
association. Mrs. Jack Simpson
will take over from Mrs. P. F.
Campbell as Chairman while Mrs.
Ward is th> new secretary.

Brownies from _ Carrington’s
Village Girls’ School, Queen's
College and St. Michael's Girls
gave a short display of the normal
activities they pursue on guiding
evenings.

Mrs. Williams, Island Commis-
sioner, presented a report for the
year 1948-1949.

Making her address Mrs. Savage
said: First I would like to thank
you for the very kindly welcome
given me today. Although I am
not a Guider I do appreciate the
purposes and value of Guiding
and I shall be very happy to help
the Local Association in every
possible way.

It is three years since the
Association was formed, and |!
have read the reports of the
Annual General Meetings which
show a growing interest in
Guiding which I hope will be ex-
tended in the years ahead.

Favourable Comment
It has given me much pieasure
to see during the last four months,
a few of the parades of Guides,
and Her Royal Highness Princess
alice, auring her visit, comment-
ed very favourable on the many





C. D.C. Plantation

In.. Dominica

LEAVING Barbados
the “Lady Nelson”
to superintend

to-day
Domini
plantation fo!

ior
a

is Lt. Col. Ilan Begg of England

He told the “Advocate” yester-
day that the plantation is a small
one comprising 1,000 acres on

which will be grown cocoa,
and bananas.

citrus

in cultivation while the remaining

to be cleared and would probab!
take about two or three years t
finish the job.

Lt. Col. Begg came out from
England nine months ago and ha
been residing at “Glenrise’’ Pine
Hill.



Colonial Development Corporation |

He said that 200 acres are now}

800—secondary forest would have|



40|- For Stick
Wound

FREDERICK HOLMES of New
Orleans was fined 40s. to be paid
in two months or two months’ im-
prisonment when he appeared
before His Worship Mr. E. A.
McLeod yesterday.

He was found guilty of wound-
ing Mortuier Skeete with a stick
on March



Larceny Case
Adjourned

|

|

|

24-year-old tailor of Carrington
Village was charged before His
Worship Mr. H. A, Talma yester-|
day with the larceny of a quantity
of sugar cane valued at ls. and}
the property of the Governor-in- |
Executive Committee on March 22. |

The case was adjourned

March 24,



until!

ider Fined

Careless Rider Fined





Guides she saw, not only on her
arrival, but at various points along
the route she travelled. I was
very proud of the Barbados
Guides, and I am sure you wil
agree that much credit is due to
Mrs. Williams, our Island Com-
missioner whose devotion to Guid-
iug has inspired the Movement
in Barbados.

I am grateful, too, for the inter-
est shown by you all in the Locai
association, both generally and in
,our attendance here today, and
I do depend on each one of you
to remain or become members in
order to inform the general public
on the aims and methods of
Guiding which can be such a
power of good in the development
of the community.

I would like also to welcome
uady Southorn who, later in this
meeting will be addressing us.
She has been deeply interested in;
Guiding for many years and, as
you probably know, was Island

Commissioner in Ceylon and Hong! 95 YEARS AGO — ADVOCATE |
Kong. We are very happy to have |

her with. us today.
A Tribute
Before I close I would like to
pay tribute to Mrs. Campbell, the
Chairman of our Local Associa-

A FINE of £2 to be paid in|
three months or one month's im-
prisonment was imposed on Frank
Gooding of Cave Hill yesterday
by His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod

He was found guilty of ridin
his bicycle M-1913 on the Upper
Wharf in a negligent manne:
January 18.

|
|
|

m

INJURED
LINTON SKINNER



was taken |
to the General Hospital shortly
after nine o’clock last night and |
detained, |

Skinner was injured a_ few}
minutes earlier when he was in-!
volved in an _ accident with|
National ‘bus M.1402, driven by
Theophilus Dyall of Drax Hall,

St. George. Scene of the accident
was Trafalgar Square, opposite
the Public Buildings vard



|

MARCH, 23, 1925
FOOTBALL

After a stubborn struggle

tan defeated College by tw



and I am sure you would like me
to express your appreciation of
her efforts on our behalf and of
guiding, and to extend our good
wishes to her in her new sphere.

Lady Southorn said that she had
to thank Mrs. Savage for the
sind words she had said about
her. They were very fortunate,
she said, in their new president,
for whatever Mrs. Savage did was
done with all her heart.

It was very appropriate
she should be there at Pax Hill
then as her being there united
bonds of the old Pax Hill in
England where the climax for her
enthusiasm in guiding was
reached.

They had to remember that the
spirit of fun and adventure was
the mainspring of guiding. It was
the spirit in which they of all
the nations could take part. It
vas What the scout always stress-
ed. She felt they would never
let scouting or guiding become
distant in their outlook.

She remembered once at Pax
Hill attending an enrolment when
their chief guide was there, how
there was that vivid spirit among
them. The enrolment was charm-
ngly conducted and she felt then
that Mrs. Williams inspired her
guides nicely.

There never was a greater need
for the true aims of the scout
and guide movements in the
present world of chaos and des-
pots as there was then. She would
urge all girls and young women
to contribute their quota in push-
ing the great movement forward



S.C.A.C. Report

‘@ From Page 1.

“Although at the start of the
constitution it is to be expected
that the Governor General should
ve from the United Kingdom” he
said, “I certainly hope that the
growth of the West Indies as a
nation may be so rapid that in
the very near future we may have

someone sufficiently capable
hold this post.”
Although as some argue the

West Indies were not economically
ready for federation, and thi
chase of the matter was sure t
present much difficulty at the
start, he felt sure that the area
had statesmen of sufficient visio:
and foresight who would iron out

| these difficulties

Some people thought that the
West Indies in trying to become

}a nation should sever themselve:

trom the Mother Country, but he
agreed with the S.C.A.C. that
this was impracticable owing to

the economic stability of the
cole nies
He regarded the report of the

| Committee as the result of very

careful consideration and thought
that they should be congratulated
for their work

An artisan said that though
customary for him to use his

Vas



newspaper for wrapping purpose |
after reading it, he had put th
sues of the “Advocate” contain. |
ng the federation report cure-;

fully away in order that he might
He was afraid
had not understood the little
read already.

ne had

tion. She will soon be leaving us, |

that |

to one at Queen’s Park on Satu

day afternoon. The College wei
| without the services of Mr. L. A
| Walcott, C. A. Brathwaite

\K. C. Lewis, their usual first

eleven players.

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IN MEMORIAM . SiS ARON AAS PB ee ee de
nel FOR RENT
pring memory salen — ‘ MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW
a ¥ ALLAMBY SS ———— ZEALAND LINE LIMITED
oe HOLIS (M.A.N.Z. LINE)
j DUSES eM DAERWOOD 1 M.V. “KAIPAKI" is due to arriv
Cargo end Passengers for la: rinidad from Australian port a
-—IN Pine H St. Vincent, Grenada, | Mamets, : hag
to October ‘inci . sailing Wednesday 23na “DEVON” is scheduled to sali re
oven tenant Reasonable — re a 3 Melbourne, March 16th, Sydney March 3
30b King C/o All App CARIBBEE wil b ane M h 3ist, afriving f
Alleyne Arthur & Coa In Carlisle Bay “ ARIBBEE wiil sc- |l| Tyinidad Apel 27th. spits ‘
ges he aed =: 22.3.50—5n ARRIVALS I ‘ Montserrat S.S. “CITY OF DIEPPE” sails Adelaide ihe
‘ “a ee et TAZLEWOOD,” Bishors Co M.V. Canadian Cc ae DEPARTURES St. Kitts-Nevis. Sailing Friday April 18th, Melbourne April 28th, Sydne
is buried there turnisned, Telephone Retrige Hill net, Capt. Seott 4 < er. 3.935 tons SS Alcoa Pilgrim, 3,931 tans net, 24th March. ’ ieee pens: May 13th, arriving z
, and Garden Available ist ‘Apa |Gerdiner Austin & Co A apes Ss DuBoulay, for St. Vincent; Agents: The Schooner LAUDALPHA “These vans “hee am f te
Telephone 2222, ca ie ect tes Ne son, 4,655 tons net, Capt a oom eae Gehan 3,935 tons ? , poe, ae See chilled hard frozen and ert 5 gpa rang ied
E£ t l diner Austin ae On 8 ’ Agents: Gar- Net, Capt. Scatt, for St. Vincent; Agents March t L ay 21st Cargo .accepted on through bills of io
; 4 AL : = mn, Tad. Gardiner Austin & Go., Ltd. ending wen renshipment at Trinidad
5 WwW. B my . B.W.I, SCHOONER OWNERS’ or British Guiana, Barba Windward
cae E IN TOUC ra bet pny abe fh N and Leeward Islands. 4
| H WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION AON ees Te eee eee
—— — BRIGHTW | Coble And Wireles , . DaCOST. 4
—— Gap F ie hee Sea, St. Lawrence | dviee tie ine en — Indies) Ltd. Alcoa Pilgrim, Samtore, Cavina, Ga* TEL. 4047 Aen tae &
qyromorIVE \ppiy to Mrs. Weathe nrrom April Ist, |With the following ships throuste tree erm aiae Equator, San Luisa, Lucian - FURNESS WITHY & CO. LTD., Ry
———_ Morris ten, model 1942 poten car meer se ; |Barbados Coast Stations — ieee io 7 ento, Durango, Maure SO ee ees Agents: Trinidad. *
One Morris ten, me iets 23.3.50.—In. | _S.S. Stella Polaris, B ania, Papgnui, Alcoa’ Patriot, ‘Hecuba. lene sinitpininccd
cated condition. Dial 4588.) AGO BO ant S: |Ta‘ca, Silver Sandel, "hepamaterdam, Mont Everest Mars, Corrientes, Stanley
Tyres 2 —3n < 1, to let ah ames. Private | Dolores, Ines, Pandit Saaieneee,” yeres, Mathews, Nieu Amsterdam, Casablanca, od
enon en | tis nished. Apply ert |lio, Te De Re, Atlontians we Ciri- Manion . Moran, Mormacsurf, Fred Mor-
One Lancaster Car in good work id Street, Dial Canddian Chal ; eager ris. Gold Heels, iprine °
er Apply to K. Weatherhead C/o 23.3.50.—2n m Cha llenger, Veendam, S. Matec. Fosna, Wave Ring, Whittier” — .
Pee Co Co, Ltd. 21.3.50—3n/ LA ‘VENTURE—from April is
ery cheap. | nes Bay, St. James. Apply ne eae - ‘ Ac.
ord V-8 23.3.50.—2r vie
Price reasonable - j ' SOUTHBOUND CANADIAN SERVICE
10,000 mi 5 Like r S On-the-sea. Furn- | N
8 Tourer. 1946) ai] modern 3 bedrooms, Name of Ship Sails Arrives
L ellent condition } 5 anvenie \pply 3 . } S/S “ALCOA P a Halifax Barbados
3 GARAGE LTD., Teie-| Elese Court, Hastings, 23.3.50--2n | ' S/8 “ALCOA pee March 9th March 19th
post — 3250380) | arnivar \ one aia eet Sere ,
4 6—By BW. Sauing every two weeks.
— BAR ERE FROM TRINIDAD ‘isbeass Bryan, ME seeta Sr Mrs.
CAL |, Pamela Knaggs, amela Margaret enson, jos =Ur- NEW YORK SERVICE
WECHANI gi | Narisa Plimmer, ante eee cratins Stadech ‘ Shadach. » Maria Sails Arrives
———————. (1) One N —(aeES=— O—OO™™Tlele———e—— eee Sher, A Fergusson. ‘ Mr. a eh ‘ Yolan- a: nei E New York Barbados
apDING MACHINE—(1) One Monroe == . Rud fusson, Dr. D. Bros- da Franco, S. “BYFIOBD April 7th April 17th
-| anderw. > ; = Tt : é .
jaging Machine in Orrin Seer Con-| HELP derwalde, Willasht? Shad Margot Molly enti) Mr. =... aoe Gomes, Mrs RR CHI KE BB Ce Sy FE Mareh 17th March 27th
mas c/o Da Costa's Harewere. |. j Chinvlen- Fienial’ Sata’, acne Elena Gomes, Mr. Lauria Gittens, Miss
50—3n | c Giees. ios Cook Apply to Mrs Joy Milne, Henry Derkenkamp Mie Mra eames ey er : } ee ee
zittens Ba a n, Doris Hart te) 42 peta ion 0s, Miss Yolande I é . Sails A -
—_— myans” Bay § : wis Harbin, Au : # ° n a aia s rrives
By orett [Rosalyn Speight, Wve fe ee Se Emily Boxhill, Mrs. Iva} «a qy an interview with thc, ens to obtain eggs for one’s own wile New Orleans Barbades ~~
ELECTRICAL Ns ge, Clementine Lewis, Sil age, Diana Grden, Mr. Thomas Green, Mr. Richard | “*¢Vocate’, Mr. W.D. Hall, West: requirements entails permis ss ‘ALCOA ROAMER"” March 22nd April 6 e
a _ EXPE R IENCED SALES GIRLS ——- It ennard Taylor, Doris’ Silvanie Lewis, Shannpn, Mr, Hugo Jorda, Mrs. Miriam Indies Sales Manager for Messrs f nel tails x mission 8 AICOA RUNNER” Feb. tind jaiadiyipre T,
WIRELESS SE ‘ eferen és Walehats : | John Watkin’ Boe Robert Jorda, Mr. Arthur Nurse, W/Cmdr, Regi- ] Harry Gr 8 or Messrs rom Government, consequently *S.S. ALCOA RANGER March 8th March 26th ;
Ferrodine, pe, Broad Street niety Sand ‘er, Cynthia ‘W rat r, Arthur Web- nald Lawes, Mrs. Sybil Mckhrane, Mrs arry Green Ltd., Manufacturers| no one keeps chickens, conse eS :
fies tone Char seciaeeeh Re ee eee ae nae ee a We nea ikGas Hak ee Dorothy MecEachrane, Miss Judith Mor oo Toilet and Laundry soap, said} quently. there .are. no ges , Appl DA CosT.
d Myer Bee NY SN. Se Marian Wilder, Mr. ©. T.} that he is very des ien t Re ee re ply A COSTA _& CO., LTD.—Canadian Service
#8. - MISCELLANEOUS FROM ANTIGUA wv Hopkin, Mr, W. Anthony, Mz. Mar: | seeing th ve: despondent at} A Gover xnt per nece OBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service
GERATOR. — American General a Kenneth Andrew. Aletha i _ Tree, Mrs. Mary Proctor, Mr. Scisresise ice g& e mass of business con-} sary to obt ow |
10\z cubic feet cap MISCELLANEOUS 3. -C » 4, | Lever Ose Pillered oe Bo asa Kong, Miss Elizabeth Preece, Miss Marian trols which are spreading from| brighten up ” | —— — -—--- —
Pedition as New. Chambe nd ' Mics C. Sint to, | Wilder Uersdorf, Marton Archer, Miss Elizabeth Fulton, Miss England to the B.W.1. In th ae ke " :
Phone 3698. es ar ain cooking. R FROM st. KITTS Mergeret Masayn, Miss Betty Carr, Miss “From my ob: | ee et te cere ere . YS.
— 93 350 Wo Mr. R. Tucker, Pemela Tait, Miss Camille Rodriguez ny observation her e and| slow recovery of England ‘ ‘
NTURE — 23.3.50.—1n FROM La GUAIRA Miss Sonia Rodriguez, Mr. Wiluam Blair | '2 England I would say that 80° | to present government condit ii
7 rary : ot . . i
ty om an F rthe, Amalia Forsythe yon .Anrevam GutAiA of he time of every eiteouhtins in which are stifling the spi it :
eC ABINE r Mah kan Height | £2 : ge Dan a a4 + e arlos Fimueredp _ Miss Miwigie Cuke, Mr, Denis Reid celite r — arene. or the} enterprise and freedom of tt 1 WY
fet 6 ins. Widt ns. Depth 14 ‘ FROM BRITIS Ktev. Chérles Biles, Miss Maria Snijders ing trades is taken up with] co. “y also consic th ‘
Glass Doors a! Chambers, y Mr. T. J aire GUIANA Mx. Peter Snijders, Mrs. Enid Amin, J liaison wor th th _ . | phage ot T also‘comaicer that thes OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
99 2 s Miss E kK wi the Government conditions are tl t ¥
Bouse, ee a a C arth ¥ oti ae ‘estan, Mrs. Rose Mac- over some form of Control | POU fe : ser ag en
a ———— | “225 easily ce a E ‘arthy~ y. eres . 0 , ol} ing ground for nat
Sana TABLE olid mahogan £25 . x arned by obtaining orders ve FOR ANTIGUA re-quirements Since executives! which may le in rcs ional we : Vv l Due
handsome modern desifn, siz a oe a ~~ Christmas Cards from oe Patrick MacDonald, Mr. Hamyf of the manufactu uring and selling scaaattot f ths ; en essel. From Leaves Barbados.
Paid, 6 ins. Chamber ouse, | YC lends. No previous experienc: My. C. Gon inter trades . struction ¢ j rid
: 03.3.6 1% sieslaiee ience Mr. € ion- FOR St, KITTS Ss are virtually the pipe lines Mr 1 has beer the W SS. “ATLANTIAN” :
Prove $0 yoann egy gg Phe lagen myperins, a Miss B. Nicholls, Mrs, Rosemary * Wigley through which the every day | ae Hell hes been in tik West) - ete .. Liverpool 8th, Mar. 24th Mar.
S0OK SHELVING SURROUNDS—Pite’: | (memos Britain's largest and |” FROM JAMA « rampton FOR JAMAICA aailinnaibine. of: food «clothing and | med for two months and has| 5:S. “COMEDIAN .. London 14th Mar. 3rd April
Painted Cream Enamel, or ngih | @ at Publishers; highest commission, \ R “faveto Mr tax Di Mr. Alexander Ogilvie household mt : aRotANS im ing and! met with great success in estab-| 5S. “STATESMAN” . Glasgow 24th Mar. 7th Apr
tree shelves 14ft. x lft | marvelou» money making opportunity on, Mr Max Du IN PORT: Sch. Alexandrina R.. Sch sehold requirements reach the} lishing agencies in the i S.S. “MEGNA” Londor 25th Mar. 10th 4 om
* with corner section 2ft. 81 Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Victoria BWIAL Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch. Mary M. Lewis public, it is clearly to be seen that hos wall . iSS. “OREGON ST AR” .. London a nh Mar Oth Apr.
im. 6ins high. One lenght ec Preston, Englana.” ty Aux. Sch. Cachalot, Sch. E. M. Tannis.}] since most of their time is wasted | this ; skein, ry ii os ? -Liverpool 28th Mar. llth Apr,
es “at sins - i : iets thiesste Serena ae ar ee — “ ee = over filling in forms that the Reo ar ine e nuf > HOMEWARD FOR UNITED N
it! sectic i } Mr. Male 4s y *. Smith, Sch. Anits » Soh fe Lata Ble gal »roaacas na live nd a - ‘ NGDO
ages Chambers Kent House Phon NOTICE. V a aie on rant cence Mark, Sch. Laudalpha, M.V. Lady} atural channels of distribution | which are 1 Rie ‘ ls ; a : KINGDOM.
0 pane - \ nie iam zen. Joy, Sth, Philip H. Davidson, Sch. j are blocked and the public must! ;, . — oa © ne Tesse oe 4 ;
|. Sas \PPLICATIONS nvited for the “Stanley, Mrs Marguerite inited Star, Sch’ United Pilgrim. S. ae, Nias public must} ing the war it w ‘ Ss. “T asians sel ver For topes in Rartindiog
post of HEADMISTRE of the| \ giao: on” serve the West Indies, but 1 Ss “cier sins LOSS 29th March
. CATHEDRAL HIGH SCHOOL, Spanist | MF. : Pemncle Otto. Sareis, Barrister In England today it is scarcely | that conditions have faiowed tiael S. “CUSTODIAN Liverpool 5th April
SCELLANEOUS , Which is to be vacant in PERSON AL | a ee ee oo arts possible to obtain any meat butter) are no } le ez 5 7 c setbegaie S F f
3 era} m: eo “Cx tan + aaalien . 2 Saggiate : are now able to supply oap . . » narti i
TYPHOO TEA—The Tea with a capital | The ¢ athedral High School is a Ch fore - Challenger.” y nadian} or eggs. Clothes are very scarce | },; ge quantities He i woul me Ke | or further particulars apply to
. Delicious Economical, Refreshing. | Of England Secondary School whith. | Mr. Wilfred D. Collins, Welfar and very expensive te catia : ti ov ne "es Ke |
supplies at your eae ot 8 Esai 194 a First Grade Secondary The public are hereby warmed against | oes wh: motes arrival from Sweets, sugar and soap can only Pitan — : a: 9 inl ao ey | DA CUSTA & CO., LTL -Agents.
ist. 50—2n a oe a ; giving credit to anyone in my name with- | Mfr eS rie ae ~ hy rn, be obtained in small rationed | ¢ombine but a soap ae evens
STEEL CABINETS — Four Roneodes: | °° t the school Mer sh nae orn ee Seen aa | Collins of Ashton Hall, St. Peter quantities. To keep a few chick-/ 4, his ow Pe RESP ee | ee
j Cabinets complete with Trays and 3 County Roed Miss Winifred Leroy Foster, a civi us - n : {
Reis. Never been used. Knight’s Ltd 8) Mish,el servemt of British Guidna, arrived by They ave appointed Messrs. | })
a ae NOTICE ~” 21.3.50—3n Britist aye ~ re See Bradshaw. and Co. their sole|})
——$—$—_—————— R ia nitish Gulana ar is staying at Majo swente oe acid > ))
MISTER NOVELTIES which will de rats Be Rotate | ee | E. Grifith. BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE | #gents in. Barbados _Mr Hall | \
it the children can be obtained fron op ene , Lo 7 Mr. George McLaren Mercurius, Pos AS left yesterday by B.W.I.A. for} ))
| F mg & Co. You cam get; NOTICE IS HEREBY G IVEN t : * FOUND oe chanen, sume aie mt nae SOCIATION ] Trinidad en route to England } ITISH WEST IND A
ic eggs in various colours containing , - hat al . . a. vals frotr . 1
sweets and other surprises. Look tee mi Savin oe debt or claims agains = Guiana by the ‘Lady Nelson’ Election of Council members Advt - )
for the clucking hen and the little sed, "4 4 aa Agusta Seymour d LOST Mr. and Mrs. r Doncan Falcone Polling for the election of five members | )-—>->=
that lays five eggs one after the }ine Rérish as fason Hail Street, Sahai Lady Came of Barbados by th to serve on the Council for the year | }})" { )
Harrison's Toy Dept. has them. | jc, Parish of aint_Michae] in this Is-] _SWBEPSTAKE TICKET—Series Z.0001| pig yey tees Mr, Falconer is a Suge | 1950, will take place in the Lobby 0’ | |\ { }
16°3.80—in | Nd Who a d in Varbades on the aco | Finder please return smmé to the Advo- ae tish Guiana. the Legislative Council Chamber, Public | {( CAKE SALE } }
any, ebruary 1940 are requested cate Advertising Dept. Rewarded Mr alter Dudley Warden, an In-f Buildings, on Saturday the 25th March, | }\ ) } sy
BSCHALOTS — Onions being scarce} tomas, Panu os their claims du 22.3.50—Gn cong rn og be eg o_o oe rigs: between the hours of 10 am. ana | {\ At T. R. EVANS { i)
Eschalots which we offer 48 cents | -~ ~ o the undersigned HAROLI i Re ¥ e “Lady p.m 9.30 oy )
CT EMENTS, ¢/o or of F SWERPETARE. TICKET ier Nelson”. The ¢£ . E 9.30 a.m ;
nd. Harold Proverbs & Co., Ltd. || r of Fitts Village St SWEEPSTAKE T 'T— 5 e following Candidates |! been ad of Loc “ha
ee 11.3.50—6n_ | 2#mes on or before the 8th day x May | Finder please retin San ee aie “4 Passengers arriving yesterday by the} nominated :— id és A as, math ae h )) |
1g. 0 after which date I shall pro- ah, Venture, St. John.—Reward offered Copneian Challenger” were — fron Migs D. FORDE ; 23, }
GAS RANGE—Two Burner Gas Range ed of distribute the assets f | enrar ere 23 3.50 in, Povost King, hie “Eecoara some ~ Ma. 1. COURBTOM rit
good as new Price $20.00 Phone eased among the parties n | iti 5 tne ng, Mr. Bernard Elwin Mr. H. COULSTON \ aaa ~
M. Cecil Jordan. hereto, having regard only to such| Mr. R. A. CLARKE SSS | \
21.3.50—3n ims of which I shall then, hav | Mr. E. L. MORRIS | \) |
—~ |had notive and I will not be liabie ‘ 7 Mr. A. E, LEWIS \}
EVERITE ASBESTORS SHEETS 6 to]! the assets or any part thereof s GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Mr, C. Rf. BERINGER } |
RD Bverite Flat Sheets 4ft. x sft. | Ustributed to any person of whose Mr. D. E CHASES ‘ Barbados Real Estate i)
te 4” Pipe 2 to 6 ft. bends and ve i I shall not then have had | . sna |
LA. E. Ta ¥ Qos Sa » Stree notice | He i ‘“ sas : . ee s. M, § ) j
‘> aylor Ltd., Coleridge Street. |"°A'nd all persons indebted to the sic | THE Report of the British Caribbean Standing Closer Association] Miss BE. V, CARTER has withdrawn. | (| Agency ) i
late are requested to settle their in- | COMmmittee is available at the Colonial Secretary’s Office at a cost of 22.3.50-—3i. | {{ )
SEANISE, PIPES & arrmas, 8 Size Dated’ this fie daw of ed | seventy-two cents per copy. penerTery| ) FOR | RENT (i
he . ‘4s a, =, 2 > c - wi r ? { \\
Auto Tyre Co., Trafalgar St GLADSTONE F. BOWEN | . ¥ | 5 )) }
2896. 16.3.50-—t.f.1 Qualified executors of the Estate of | Fit out your $ { From Ma i |)
i ELLEN AGUS SEY , eos FURNISHED HOUSE 1x Ya 12? Ik avers :
BATH TUBS—Four English Bath Tu arn sean Pere vee eee | =. FOR THE TRANSPORT OF BISCUITS AND % % v club ad mo oa i DUE to several changes in schedule which become
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ew $100 Less 10% for cash sale | LK TO THE PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS ’ ¥ amenitic } }
+. es & Co., Ltd 12.3.50 t.f.n } : A . COTTAGI James Coast Uli { . : ; -.
— eile NOTICE TENDERS are invited for the transport of cartons of biscuits and ; % }} furnished nea ed Wit effective Saturday, ist April, 1950, all persons hold-
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e 6ft., GAR. Gins. Bit. and 9 Teaaine Re Retate of containers of Skimmed Milk Powder to the Public Elementary Schools | $ Q ) * h} i)
mild steel plates 1/1! 1 M4 SAMUEL A. SKEENE the Island during the foll NOW FOR BI FOR SALE iN 9) ing reserve P 4 i
and 3/8 in various s Enquire (Deceased.) a Se eee ne School ‘terms: 3 | ROSLYN h Avenue Belleville i {\ nS reservations on or after that date are kindly:
Tyre Company, Trafalgar Street NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1, 8th May to 4th August, 1950. | ; i Bi wood He ood. t it: Hh —
t 1.3.50— f ersons having any Cebt or claims again i 9 at a . fie % ONLY Sif F (0) Ott Drawing ) \ E {| 4 . ‘ .
Bice Pee the Estate of Samuel A icuens, dante 2. 11th September to 8th December, 1950. > 5 yd. % | i room: in ‘ ‘ i} | ))) requested to communicate with our Office; Lower
§0SE RECORDS YOU WANTED-~ |! of Near Rices in the Parish of S' | 3. 8th January to 6th April, 1951 ig g Water ih! )
re een and they're keen | Philip in this Island, who died | T “halp ef ‘ a , % LIS ALL IN MAGOHANY! i ‘ KENWORTH i e¢ )) t
nates gad Bne corde, Rm” | sland onthe Oh day cf Septmirs jo | The estimated fortnightly deliveries are 400860 cartons of bis-/f ss te 9. Wood House Koad wc Mf Broad Street, (Phones : 4585 and 2789) for inform-
. » Ss s 3 n rx ues o send in particu ts of 2 > gan ‘ ¢ . " a % F 1 ceptior » Be , owe yell : Cathie: = 4
r Sisters, Mills Broth ete. their claims duly attested oe en of 24 lbs. each, and 125—300 containers of Skimmed Milk Pow- | X And here is what the 9- 9 Bath, Toi a Ele ))}
f nes & Co iJ. Mc. D. Skeene of er of 50 lbs, each. Supplies mus j enclosed yard at
. , oU Ibs, eacn. & S must be ta 2 § 3 bis | i ‘ ‘egs . ; f :
Ch. Ch. on or before t! th ie lide ca PE ken from central depots in |B Piece Suite is | KARLVILLE Upp po y i ation regarding changes in times of arrivals, and
June 1950 after which da | ridgetown. 12 % | Hill, fwe House, part stone Ui ({
preceded to distribute the assets, of th 2. ie — ee ; . ; i ¥ part bed ne Qty (f
ad, to Senaeneae he gesets, of |S Supplies must be delivered every two weeks according to the re- 6 Upright Caned Chairs 9 | room. I \ i departures, etc
t to, ha regard only to su iirements individual sc a ¢ Senciton . % enclosed yard Qty tt . ’ °
ee eet teas hee had e nents of the individual schools, and all deliveries must be com- 1 Pair Large Tub Chairs % COVE SPRING HOUSE i {
, {notice and I will not be liable eted within three days. x ) s Coast, Two st ! a Mt Ait '
or any part thereof so distrit Te . : > a ” : 00! Ve dé (ct ih
wy. person of whose debt 0 Tenders must cover all requirements of the schools during the i, Full Size Fancy Settee S| i} own bathins (| ii
»t then have had not per 5 sntioned ¢ 7. an ak ; =. ; ) land Vee
jcnoor BAGS strong _C a Cavaank weet, na cn periods ee above, and must reach the Colonial Secretary’s Because only one lucky 4 H } { |
Bo! y | estate are requested to settle t! Office not later than 12 o’clock noon on Ss , ‘ . . Kit Barbs i} |
ebtedness without delay 1950, Tenders must t aa iad 8 Saturday, the 25th March, Easter Home Furnisher can % It office. : \\
Dated sis 8th day of March 1! 1900, ters must be mar ed “Tender for transport of biscuits and . 9 | ‘ ))}
Qualified hummer ar tho Hetate of riilk to the Public Elementary Schools.” get fhis Bargain, let the § |}
| Samuel SKEENE eased | > per: shose caw th nt : % SS ms >
Samuel A. SKEENE, deceased " be The person whose tender is accepted must be prepared to fur-|¢ luck be Yours. x (POPPE EPO OO POPE POET
nish sureties for the due performance of the contract. W N X BARBADOS x
r T ATHLETIC SPORTS The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any | X L. > ILSO xo . g X
| an) yy TER-SC .
UBLIC SALES | under. Trafalgar St. -:- Dial 4069 % % haiaeatigntd- tale ‘ ‘
— | THE Annual Athlete Sports Meeting 17th Fel 1950 x % as - THE MARK
— | of the Boys’ Foundation School will ith February, 1950. 9 * ‘ 66¢ OS A HLETIC : »
REAL ESTATE | take place this year on Thursday 23rd 23, 3, 50.—In POOOOCS OOS OHO HOY" sj x » pee Bae ha
| March, beginning at 1.20 p.m. Parent * » oF ‘santicn
PILAN | and guardians of the boys, friends of ‘ ‘
piaXD—1 637 square feet of land a | the School and all Old Boys are cordi- TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF SUGAR TO THE % x
a tw boo Bay Street, Apply | aily invited to witness the events. Mrs PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS * \
times Street RKE & CO., Solicitors. | H Talma has kindly consented to | 4 % 4 % at KENSINGTON OV AL, %
se 19 stribute the prizes TEN Sanam : - ° | ‘ ¥ x x
22,3.50—2n TENDERS are invited for the supply of Clear Straw Sugar to the ( O % FRIDAY 3ist March, 1950
st Gay GE Maro ublic Elementary Schools of the Island during the following schooi » » ° mec st Beginning 12.30 p.m. »
ce James Str ’ terms:— } es Admission: Me, & im: 3
g house and shop LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE ig OB ; | ‘ Seal Chitéren te .:
aa as fio 1. 8th May to 4th August, 1950. as Sniferm 18 \,
! ~ t , The of Rupert Mi.Jer, hold- ) | ifor Re. | :
This square foe, of aig | f aby No. of 1950 11th September to 8th December, 1950, % â„¢
nN Ee, ah built of ” | arar sod ee ce 3. 8th January to 6th April, 1951. 65 OSCE PS x
are consis’ ° | Suttle Street, oi , for P The estimated fortnightly requirements are 4,500 to 10,000 pounds | SSS FSS
e said Liquor License at the ‘ D, : , AV, s
Hor 7 on wo store ugal Person encering must quote the . >
ent ; { bottom floors of a tw juote the price per pound plus )
pis eo we: | al Tudo Street < L delivery charge } SCHOONER 4
day Yated nd day ot rch, 1954
Ttaithis aileins ; ot. MA", Supplies must be delivered t ba tl -
ra ANFTS LD ; ” avistrate, De son's - plies 1 t be delivered to the schools every two weeks ac- })) E M 7" ANNIS iii}
. & BAN I Sig hal rding the a7 ne . } |
Solicitors, James St | Applicant rding to the requirements of the individual schools, and all deliv- is oe itke Bs Ns b |
7.3 8 | NB. Thi _applicati yn wilt Us ee eries must be completed within three days. i T y |
= i & at eed - a ~ ‘ . - kT -_ z ‘ ne ” Sailing , Tr jad ‘ :
For SALE AND REMOVAL | Court, Dictrict oho ‘at 11 o'elock Tenders must cover all requirements of the schools during the i) |
he rd day < pri P , ’ rind . ¢ 7” j . a 2 )
the building ys | 2 i oateak periods ed above, and must reach the Colonial Secretary’s }))} SATURDAY ‘MARCH 25th }) |
Lower Bre vent! cation tial ee oa ear | OF later than 12 o'clock noon on Saturday. the 25th March i will accept Cargo ‘)
storey 1 height ? 5 =e ae 1950 Tenders must > : 3 ¢ and a Ps . . )
Ms ck te ac ee ce l> a er ” ae eee be marked “Tenders for the Supply of Sugar to i ;
® wall of the Sars + en th ws t an | the Public Elementary Schools.’ } » | th { if
ben le ¢ “ 1. JAS JONES & C( , til
to (ndows plates, Sick weak sont 1 LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE | The person whose tender is accepted “3 tea |. HS AgR IR Oy Si
ey, 8%, Said building but not th | : ‘ | pted must be prepared to tur- | \\ ‘ \ im
Bot the wrich form: raters oe fies oac {} rust mee for the due performance of the contract. ) " Ci
Tene » Storied part of tt ‘ , Malt I at The Government in not bind itself to accept the lowest or any |
the Sent,“ Titing will be rec card SRC Snes wea : tender ; ia
the a t2ry of the undersig>e a: eat aan ot 3 17th February, 195 if) i i i
re arch Ke sist day of Ma th February, 1950 23. 3, 50.—I1n | This tyre- has no equal where traction is the
teeny, »D | Signed : IANTHE AB i mY AL | ri ary d R
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Cccaaain |. esis seal s,| TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF FRESH COW'S MILK RIENT. | need. Recommended for use on
H. D. BROWNE, | a Licensing - O THE PUBLIC ‘ . | : . . .
i. ROWNE. | . Diste ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS as Goobs!! | unimproved roads, in off the highway hauling, :
| Sist day of Me ; , ‘ENDERS are invited for the s ly of ‘ , Th D CURIOS, JEWELLERY
Ror —-— sadeanae | Td Ply een Deg + aan upply of fresh cow’s milk to the eres a Umea: Sen ee ‘ . . : 1’
- USE Police agi D Public Elementary Schools throughout the Island during the following SLSCO Pai t t BRASSWARE, TEAKWOOD | | and in rural areas where maximum traction 1s a
v nt fot every SANDAL, IVORY, ETC a
a 8 | school terms: — u am - . , 4 . |
xi as : i re
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | 1. 8th May to 4th August, 1950 oo. KASHMERE 2: )
e coe eal Ales 2 llth September to 8th December, 1950. SISSONS BROTHERS | 1
soplietie® scaee No 773 of 1950, | 3. 8th January to 6th April, 1951 natin SOMPANY, LTO. THANI BROS |
to h nr of a board anc | I of the conditions and re re : Se ee . . :
at]. . z a . e and requirements of supplying the! sisco pAmNTS—Stooked by T. Herbert | Pr. Wm. Hy. Street
r- | milk t the contract, (Copies of which are available for | 1-t¢., Plantations Ltd., Carter & Co., Bar- i - |
@| reference at the Colonial Secretary’s Office bados Co-operative Cc Factory, N. B Dial 3466 i
| | Howell, G. W. H on & Co, Ltd., | i
» | Jersons te wing muet be pre , . son So., Ltd., |
: Persons tendering must be prepared to furnish two sureties for | T; J: Sealy, Central Fe Ltd., Wat- |
the due ances of the contract j Mine Be Sp.
; 3 T= SSSI
The marked “Tender for the supply of fresh cow’s milk” | Fe = (1
3 sh cow's milk : . :
Pp ementar tle tikes. vaash “the taeiak: tele. | Just suitable for School Children i *
rf te 2 o'clock noon on Saturday, the 25th FOUNTAIN PENS Cheap and Xt |
as o : i 7 ne qt ' |
Mi ; PEN KNIVES i ( HARLES Mc ’ tt
‘ nd itself to accept the lowest o |) ii 4 h 1 ni} } ip
A Pp € est or any | ; KK 9 ‘ | af
j . ‘ i ROBERTS & CO. iK} DISTRIBUTORS. |
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mM VW e - ar into a shop in the course of his |
work and that his bag had been |
‘ ;, ” robbed. She told him she could |
, “ur a do nothing of the sort.
A large crowd saw Empire lose to Notre Dame 1—0 wh Ly | Accused came to her on the next ;
they met in a second division football fixture at Queen’ ; day and offered to repay a portion
Park yesterday afternoon. The fifth Se of ps I ee bata hice ae cnere and then She
lh ai : ——--—-¢ Notre Dame had many oppor yachting season will be warteninas told him she could not do that, and
tunities of scoring more goals Saturday off the Royal Barbados| that she would have to report the
To Accompany A chance of scoring came for rae — i ihe Helecdowie matter to the Colonial Postmaster
: " Empire when a long pass on the gestern Weep rs r Two invelopes
A shy eee as are as 3 d er the first vici aj ar °
ee ee ee ie eee Shes ris ith et | tock tet Getter, by )
aig, b vnen he ached the -- , : .
| THE West Indies Cricket Board | area with the ball he completely D.482 Circe 2.30 Red not returned, but Griffith return- | - ;
of Control, has given Mr. J. M.]} lost control of it and kicked it Senn FOG on December 21 bringing two
Kidney, Manager of the 1950 | well’ Over the bars. . Fe tes ae 2.31 Yellow | envelopes one of which was 1
West _ Indies After that chance the Notre D 10 Van Thorndyke addressed to Rollock. Griffith
} Rate to Eng-| Dame hacks began to clear fear- ee ace. ee | eee, On December 29 and
g and, a cleri- | jescly DR ainbow = brought $37.18. She made a
‘al assistant, About five minutes before half | s Guns statement, She (witness) took
j vho will ac-] time the Notre Dame right winger I 1 Calypso 2 34__ Yellow the money and made a memoran-
ompany the| Headley cut in atic drew out the a ersten dum of the way it was made up.
eam through- | Empire goal keeper Archer and 11 "5 Melody 235 Red She also checked the serial num-
ut the tour. | made no mistake in putting the }I 7 Mohawk bers on the notes. The n:oney in
Th ¢ West | ball well into the left hand corner i «. Seale court was the same.
gindies Cricket of the empty goal and giving 11 8 Skippy 236 8©Yellow Next and last witness for the WAR R
ane - a Archer no chance of saving. ; - { ¥ Dauntless ed wae Swans ouoek & oo
Sontr as i : ‘ vho said she lived at Crab Hill.
. After half time Empire made With arms . outstretched B 3 War Cloud :
eotninas bg enother effort to equalise, Craig BERYL BAILEY executes B 8 Rascal 237. Rea Ste. ie she hed cousin. nated
; ‘ ‘ sHate i ee idley Perch in New York. e
U3} tha Baver- and Babb taking shots outside of a, graceful movement at the S 9 Mester Hisiv Mack seuiiter: ti Hex: a my
»nd R. c_|the area at the goal but the Notre Wembley ice rink. She is 1 12 Dawn 2) Vee ee ee weed se j
>a 1mer .|Pame goalkeeper Wilkinson was one of Britain’s best post- |b 9 Olive Blossom occasions but the present occasion
Ode SO Te i iti hug ae ~Glabeuibian: a a. i | was the first time that he had
3arnes for this | 2!ways in the right position to hug | war discoveries and was ip &. the , eras og
ae s eis, the ball and kick it out. | one of four British girls who DF: ated oa pe sent her money Griffith was also ’
era Pulrner- On the whole the game was | competed in the World Ice a cousin of Ridley. Christ
R. C. Paimer-Barnes Barnes wil ]|Vety, slow and a strong wind Figures championship ear- C 8 Bessy Nan 2% vétiow | > the eee aiew nn with WE
be holidaying in England at that | lowing across the well-prepared lier this month. I 2 Invader Grit she had a Salo “fole are ina
time. He is a very keen follower | Pitch tossed the ball to and fro ~ low a and oe the the Post one . 3
of the game and is a local amateur | and _ it at times very difficult * | T °° IT 18 Glytie 241 Red tae, Mice. St. John. She did not Unique Position
; to control, . saltan “Nites #1
ae : The teams were: Champion | rinidad Beat So MI a yok Meee OF. JORN Hie feet to suppl
Wimbledon Empire: Archer; Amory (Capt.); , | [14 _Coronitta 242 Yellow} day because she was not very Y
; Jordan, Thomas, Clarke, Cummins, Criticis d B ‘5 1—O [Ss ‘Whechite niga but b ning’ ~o pve hae on
Reports Denied | Downes, Morris, Babb, Wood, and eS one B 5 Mischief 243 Red a nae ew fold uke ee THE FINEST
P | Craig. | | m ner a letter a -
j na cs (Blaxhe I Gnat 2 44 Yellow ¢ she s se yw
LONDON. Notre Dame: Wilkinson; Strong, | LONDON | GHORGETOWN BO? th x na Show thing, ne was a
Reports circulating in the United Browne, Branch, Daniel (Capt.), Bill McGowran, well-known! 4: N, ., Maren 22. B I Gipsy : ane Ww a aT ate i SUITS
: . : . $ , . Gill | Rritie ‘ 8 ; Five thousand witnessed a/c 2 Seamp 245 Red Postmaster She had given him
States that the former German} Roberts, Headley, Best. Gill,| British boxing critic, is hopping thrilling and exciting game as —— | the letter
av “up lawn tenn ayer,| Archer and Daniel mad ¢ > Maxi i- oe . & & e 88ic 65)~—CUWizard 2
eet aes 7% ae | The linesmen were Messrs. Cavé wang . vera " Tae a eealeemani Trinidad drew first blood, beating|¢ 1} Magwin 246 ~=©Yellow | Money ; MADE TO ORDER on
ave: gueadalon to disy at and Wood and the referee Mr. | hampion, for behaving “like. a| British Cuan geal. im ieee e 4 Astra | aaah bean hee 17.00 and IN O
* F ewes ve 7 Path aL ae a : i “| first of five tests at the G.F.c./S Gitne 7 Griffith brought her $17.00 anc ;
Wimbledon this year have peer | Harr | Sash gc his = to the | Grounds this dhasinek . Cc 10 Gannet 2 47 Red made eo itetement to. Har. ..aRe UR TAILORING DEPT. ,
officially denied nited States recently aati anh deri tee sua ethic! Rogue 2 48 Yellow} had given it back to Griffith on
Von Cramm has not played at| ) The reason for MceGowran’s sae take Saar caulk aiste torig fs 3 Ranger aeaibes 29. WE FIT YOU WITH EASE ;
} f . an . tie oe o eters a r § ang C g ange’ a ‘
Wimbledon since he was defeat Arsenal Defeats | trade lies in a couple of American | jee, wing, beating Odeen with a|C 4 Hi Ho 250 Red | In reply to Mr. Ward, Rollock i
in the 1937 final by Don Budge, newspapers which carried photo- . — said the money was made up of WE FIT TO PL
: 7 ¥ . : beautiful and well placed shot. N.B. The followin datés fave Been | = < ; : b
and is still barred from doing s« Cl ls ‘ ] 0 }graphs of Maxim wearing Trinidad had the better part Of fare to. See & de one ten dollar bill, one five dollar :
by the International Lawn Tenni leisea | }monocle and handling a tea-cup the athe pie tik Aioat eo 60 ‘6th Regatta Saturday 1st Abril, 1950 bill and two single dollars. ; ;
Federation. ra een with a carefully cocked finger < & "he TEEOS : 7th Regatta Saturday 15th April. 1950, At this stage further hearing CA
a 7 | oid eid LONDON, March 22 The captain says: “Cheerio and{ minutes. British Guiana’s for-| sth Regatta Saturday, 29th Avril, 1950 of the case was adjourned unti) ) 0 a
Germany and Japan are BUS Fe 7 Arsenal defeated Chelsea by Captatn fe rheerio 9nd) ore gave a poor exhibition, H. BLAIR BANNISTER, : a. ie oe LD) * Q
members of — A) enol os anc’) ene goa! to zero after extra time ar Biker’) then rk 98,20 i. throwing away many good op-| See aak oe ai orin é t
only players of member countri¢ their Football Associavion Cup | P!ai a Joey is showing 1e i Pei ait tandems ieee itaesitt po T ] D n
v. Sind mandhee te I all Assoclay ‘ae i ‘ ig »| portunities. Towards the close i
can conageate ir ; — ee oF" |cemi-final replay at Tottenham} oe pee Bey fr 3 gh REO, | British Guiana made a desperate | ' | I
€d international championships. |icday, Cox, the right winger, e never notice mone effort to equalize but Trinidad’s | | IDING IN 1949 ee I
A proposal made last year tha ored in the fourteenth minute|and tea habit round the ringside iefence held them down valiantly. | =: ~ SS Se = I
the German Lawn Tennis Associa-] ot exira time in Jack Solonion’s gym, where |‘ oun tenis Ses ree. Py aT ete SS os d
tion should be admitted into the A goal by right winger Freddy | Maxim gathered most of his im- Patdid, Pianta Parsons, | @ From Page 5 3 years’ training as the schvol-; }) t!
Federation was violently oppose ox in the fading seconds of the} pressions of London customs and hint Paake ment and Welfare towards oun, leaving age is 14. If, however, she 4 FRESH STOCKS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING E
by. Poland At the same time] irst half of extra time shattered] customers,” said McGowran | eee cries ‘ag aid Munro. ||#¢adquarters Fund. This amovnt}has the opportunity to be a } a
Australia vigorously opposed} helsea’s Football Association Cup} gy Be sepia ana: Odeen, Desouza,| 24S, been paid to the Commitveg! Brownie first and comes up vo tha! }} LADIES’ COSMETI 3S
Japan’s ee opes and put Arsenal into ‘he tea ae aa this iicdrmes is a ee are oe jo! the Goodridge Home towards] Guide Company, by the time she \ C BAGS and FINE POWDER PUFFS,
we a . 4 ‘ f } fifth 1e Joey altogether for this ill-manner | Small, ollard, arkes, -rath= |the debt of £500 owed th tn mes scl l, she will have had | MG a
It is understood that both coun il for the fifth time : sande f aaRS lita s ode a | the debt « owed on the} leaves school, she will have had} CIGARETTE TUBES PIPE D I
tries will apply again this year his goal beat a gallant Chelsea | Nonsense, the sports crite then walle, Aolley, Thomas, Menn-|iznd. We should like to raise ? years in the Guide Movement, | S VACUO FLASKS 1
(but if admission is granted it will e in the semi-final replay on|turned the heat on Doc Kearns, |Coetano and Mc Kinnon _.,{enough money by our Fair this| which we know will be to her| \ DARLEY’S CONDITION POWDER for Horses | a
be t 1 te for von Cramm to take} 1ettenham Hotspurs, ground} the _boxer’s manage: The second test will be played year to clear the debv of £200 on| advantage. j y C
ait in tiie dpprodich ing Wimble- her crowd of 65,482 h ‘From what we have of experi- |on Friday the land and have enough money I feel that I must pay a tribute i CALL in at:— f
pm + arnhinent “ sitite the Federa- an play themselves alim¢ to} enee of Doc Kearns on his tw >| —By Cable. in hand to extend the water ser- vo the work of our Guiders, | i COS: n
lon tourname ; standstill in a thrill packed| trips over here,” he said, that | _ | vice and to build permanent con- 5 yomen, who every week) ’ af F
» the p These wo wi c
tion will es be pag A hese game cagey old customer can see farther : veniences | hold their Guide meetings which | |
rear . rence in Lausanne The ad g i dina ashe aan die aah & ban es cam a - ik rm : il rel | $ ~ ' ;
aes roy attek the . Wimbledot 'he vital goal came when Cox,| through a brick wall than most of B.B.C. RADIO We _ Should like to take this involve some preparation, are| | Day Phones: 2041 444) —_ NIGHT 81-4) ry
until July- ~ our so-called wise boys can se¢ opporvunity to thank the Local doing quiet, steady work for E
championships.—(LN.S8.) eee eeners sence nennr meee bres heath teonk 5 tenis ‘ y a ein ad the Bene : Pay ee : SS PSS pines
I I ! {through a newly-washed window! } ROGRA ME ssociation for the generous dona- our Brownies, Guides and Rang- | 3 SSS SSS .
. . | pane A tion of $120.00 towards our Head- ers. ae =, ¥
amaica Wins U.S. vs. UK. ‘But it seems that the Doc has r SDAY, March 28, 195 quarters Fund. This money. has > bave cor.e a long way since |) tale *6 ” eg g
THURSDAY, March 28, 1950 ' y We have cor.e a long way Special: “NYLONS 54 gauge — $2.25 per pair =o)
’ ; LONDON. suddenly become a myopic, for he}, 7am. 17 NOW ss cate santo aus jbeen spent in having 35 folding| Guiding was started in Barbados { Ry j p
Caribbean The Lawn Tennis Associa- | t0o was wearing a monocle when ! {03}. 7 Sim, Sporting “Recore wy |ehairs made. at the end of 1918, when girls and | GENT’S SOCKS and ANKLETS at 36c., 42c., 6c. 65e. per palt t!
, ’ tion has announced that the jhe arrived back in New York.” Banquet. 7.45 a.m. Generally Speaking. 8 tees. Ge ata women in uniform were consid~) CHILDREN’S ANKLETS white, pink, blue at 320, & 36c, per pr, || J
Challenge Cup Wightman Lawn Tennis Cup | ihe WROr. Se ree eae’ Gar. |t. aoa PORES ered a very funny sight. Today
‘ 1 ye match between America and he Pr 30 aa madiek tp Read, 8.45 ca | Two new Guide Companies and | our Organisation has proved itself THE ’ iy pack
LONDON, March 22 Great Britath Wit Be blAved British Masterpieces. 9 am. Close Down. |@ Brownie pack have registered | and many people vhink as we do { SHOE | 5
Jamaica Police won the Chal ‘ 7 ‘bl ic . } a cg | urns tas 12 Noon The News. 12.10 p.m. News An- | during the year. We now have 34 —that there is no better training BRITISH 0
lenge Cup in the Caribbean Colo Se en ae Le servation Pose Le yar ati teams Ob- | Guide Companies, 3 Ranger Com- for girls than along the lines set ‘
nies Police Rifle Shooting Compe 17 For S ore 190 Pr Take it From tere 2 re, | panies and 10 Mréwnhte Padke ut. by the man, who understood CO., LTD. ;
tiv 1s ! ant . Pp News. 2.10 p.m. Home News trom, Britainy} With just over 1,000 members out children so well our Founder ; ‘ ; ( ti
announce | the National | 1 ‘ ard| The ae eine Ma 4.10'D nthe jof the populavion of Barbados,, he late Lord Baden-Powell of Sor All Coasamnare Whe ha ve Pree Repaity Sia? tee ; t
peek esac he ele heek cas } A past PRAGUE, March 21 Da lip Green and | YOu realise that we can only touch| Gilwell. same in order to make space for new ones. i
the organizati il conduct ot | ( ea de ind beat Czechoslovakia will in future | Hi .m. Listeners | small fraction of the girls of our With thanks “ oP AY TME H
the. | the diving Medhui left} look mainly 8 the east for Inter- | 6% Se bent fae Poe a are nuw holding a F SHOE-REPAIR DEPARTMENT i
el man veam t sl fl national Sport relations, Vaclav] pn 6 p,m. From | $€ries 0) rownie Training Days s ==
6) er 100 yards, 300 yards | spot | Kopecky. Minister af Infor? ation: The n, The New and after the new Guiders oro The Food oF
and 50 ard cored a grand he | sa i report to the Cultural | 2° P™.. . em Hage | trained we shall open more} ee , a Mi ane
total of 615 p out ‘of a possi-| % ttenham | Committee of the Nalienal Assen tals. OD, Radia Bawa ou | Brownie Packs. Brownies are our | \eoossosossssoscsooss PEACE OO Me PSUS IF OSE
le 6 vic 13 better than | cent f wild} bly, made public to-day. Kopecky News. 9.1 H News From Brit-| youngest members and are en-| of TODA Y ;
the 3 t £ouce re hed | of enthusiast! | said Czer hoslovakia would follow eae MM ( t - “4 i net ; ee ae Ra rolled at 7 years of age and be- | ’ i SW J ry L
eC pe ered over tt he example of Soviet Russia, wanih 10.30 p A Nanay MacPhe: ou at come Guides at 11, Usually vhe| , A NE PRODUC! eae '
E iui Police were third i i swarmed on to the! which has reached supreme ma- | the Theatre Organ. 10.45 p Special Guide in the Elementary Schoo! | Pp sa th X : neat sad {
with 588, British Honduras Polica ir tech to hug a congratulate the|turity in sport and physical mayparch, 1} p.m. The: Mew comes to us at 11 and only has | roy es € ¢ for EXTERNAL and INTERNAL Surfaces k
fourth with 562, and Trinidad | Arseyai , el ultures, “We shall develop our } y ‘ :
Pc ftl i la ith 490. After the police had cleared the | sport contacts with Poland, Bul- — -_ strength
ab highest eevee! score for ch, Chelsea fought back ong saria, Rumania, and the German | } {
the Jamaica Police, who have now in efforts for 8n equaliser but| Democratic Republic. We shall 2 7
won the trophy nine times, was| Arsenal's defence, sound through-|heneelorthy Gentes. versena Without a shadow of doubt for iquid S Pai
80 by Cpl. L. F inarson ( stood firm. Defences don |}completely towards international ° | Liqui K tone ant
secured 25 ove! a hard game which, t! sport relations in the great area of as : {
hye vane lacking in skill, provided all the| Socialism and the People’s Demo | TOMORRO This Paint may be applied to new or old Cement,
“an E. Kir the Barbad thrills and spills of Cup-tie foov-| cracies. Czechoslovakia, the min ’ Plaster, Brickwork, Stone, Fibre, and Wood; in iach
ice s the highest individual | ister saic ; ale > ee ; 7 1
wer in the competition with 61. | - 2 Eee een Smee eanene See c it goes on and stays on almost any surface. % will
orer i le competition with fhe crowd invaded the pitch] sportsmen from Democratic China, ‘ ides ashable, ex-
He ! 26, 28 and 27.—Reuter iin at the end, and it took the} Korea and Vietnam.—(Reuter.) not chip, flake or peel, and provides a a ii
= |police some time to clear a way tremely durable and weather-resisting finish whieh,
England Beats ia to the dressing rooms fot when dry, is also fireproof.
7 jthe players. W > }
Scotland Arsenal will not know their op- The eather | Ss lied i
ponents in the final at Wembley r0-DAY | Supplied in - - -
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match here this afternoon. Thes BUENOS AIRES, March 22 Se ee aes O08 — ‘@
led 2—0 at half time Jorge Sudgen, who started fror =" decade , T (0 | ; , .
Mortenon opened_scoring afver); Rosario early on Monday to at- Rainf us Gabe) il Lt} "ft
five minutes play, heading home| tempt to swim 203 miles down Total f es ie a. | 00" |
a clever lob from right winger; Parana River to Buenos Aires, i 61 _ 7 aes 8SSB68S5556655665665686SSS9SSSSSSSOISSS ——|
Hadeocks. His second came just as s afternoon , t Tes :
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Bailey scored the third goal for He negoviated Parana Delta to- Wind Direction: (9 ,E
the English League in ten minwes|@ay, swimming strongly at 30 an DS eowom: (9 ain.) &.,
t ‘ie . t atu . aon ies al by N. (3 p.m.) E, by N.
time. Two m tes later the Scot-| strokes a minute. Later, after Wind Velocity: 16 miles per : f
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r\i-i i .111 BARBADOS ADVOCATE Tn Accompany IT./. Ten*. TIB W-"t Indies ('rickrt Board of Control h^s given Mr. J M. Kidney. Manager of the 1950 %  '. %  Indie* Notre Dame Defeats Empire 1-0 At Park A : Mipiro lose to Notre thi-;. md tn a second division football Rxtun Pai afternoon. OppOI k dm a Ion* pass on th( I Craitc. hut when he re % %  the ball he complete..* loM control of it and kicked it well over th* bars. Afar thai chance the Notre Rfl b"pwi to clear fear%  About | time the Notre Dame iirht winger v, in oor* draw nut th i pet Anhi. and -.< in puttlni tha ball we]] int.. the left I;., -if the Mnpt %  Aftei half lima Empire made i.nother effort to equalise. Craig and Babb taking shots outside ot oal hut the Notre Dama noelkceper Wilkinson was tha right poattlot) to IIUK UM ball and kick jt out. On the whole the game wa %  tig wind %  ball to and fro i :<( made >. difficult to control. The :• i %  Kmpire; Archt ... ... Morrti Babb. Wood, tad Nftra Dame; WUkll F'nbrrts. ffe.vll. | : i miel and Wood ami -r:'.z SWALLOW SKATE SWIRL THIHSI .AY_, 1AR ,„ a cam to Engand, %  ill ftCompaij.im throughT h l '. Rrirrrtid • h a s ved the 'rnc n l %  f the Rev< | n d | m r I for this Reverend Palmei Bai HI", will be holidaying in England time. H of the i amaleui umpire W lllllth tlnn Reports Dt-nicfl IfDON, Report* chxulfltlnj State that the former clerman %  ;<-d von Gramm. ha given parndaaion to play at Wimbledon tl Von Cramm has not nil %  In the I9ST tinal by Don Budge, and ifrom >i"ing *< by the Into Federation many and Japan arc not yet members of the Federation ana only playei> can con ed international cfai A proposal made • ••rman Lawn Tl Lion ihould be admitted lion was violently o by Poland At the saiiit Australia vigorously 0 p | Japan's i KKXI that botii I Ibut if admission is graotc I be too late for vor i the approaching W v ill not be I conference in Lai until'July-after Otf Wtfi I 1 I N.e,.) Jamaica Wins Carihhcan Challenge (hip • i chal %  t. Ri!!. %  %  %  %  %  r R.B.Y.C.Sth Regatta On Saturday %  i be oiled on -..,\ uff ihf R.nal Bat club. Starting tlfnes and hot are as follows :— I .'hi sun *. run D *K Ciir 1 SO BM Nod PWr Pan 2 31 Van Thojmlvhr 1 .14 Y*llo Mr-.I Mohawk. With utni outstretched BERYL BAILEY i ':il movement at the Wembley ice rink. She i< one of A .if discoveries and was one of foul BritJ led in the World Ice championship earlier this month. Fair UaunWr* War Cloud Ratral 3 2* Yellow %  II D : %  Sir. bad 39 Rut : 9 (1 1 Ohapi lnvadn 2 40 Yalta* Champion Criticised %  %  %  with l It. Ull, Arsenal Drfeals Chelsea 1-0 LONDON, U %  %  i :c goa! I "itball Associ. emi-tliirt. rnttenhani \. the right 'cored in the fourteenth mlnutl time %  ox iii thi %  'is of the . %  : %  Uon Cui into .lie I i. I %  US vs. UK. LQN \ A | | I I 17 LONDON Hill McOowran, well-known British boxing critic, is hoppint; nad at Joey M.ixim. the Ameri'•' %  i Id Usfat-hai -hamplon, for behaving like a to the 1 United Stal reason foi U Q %  %  : per^ which carried %  I monocle and handling a U I with a car--' The captain gan Cheerio and all that and then goal on to exit tha t in 1 "I've nei %  %  monocli habit rout* in Jack Solomon's gym gathered moat presslons of London rn'tomers." Mid HcG Hwt he did not blame together for this LU-n B rporta critic turned the heat on 0 %  l . . : %  %  thiuugh a brick wall I % %  rbjr-wai indow %  %  i he arrived hack in New Y >rk." Frinidad Beat B.G. 1-0 iBubadkM AdvwaB* Cormpondnt i CKORGETOWN. B.C.. Man Five thousand thrilling and lood. beating Rulana one—nil I Grounda thiiii %  : :o scored late in thi half from long range from long left wing, beating Odcen %  beautiful and well | A Trinidad had the better part of the game for the most of 80 minutes Briti-h C.uiana's forgave a poor exhibition, %  j many good opTowards the cloee Guiana mad. rinldad'i illantly. ins were:— Trinlda-i: GOQtaJl Akal, Charlcan. Joseph, Wmn innro. British Ciutana: Odel Small. Poll ird I I %  The on Fridav —By fable I U H.-.I Z VI R*^l 9 The i.illoina dalri have h- (. R.-. it i Regatta Saiiifdav l AOTII. ItM i Rrcati.t Satunla' r.th *Dnl IQM. i liee.--.-i Samidav. ru. Anr-i H'.n H Bl Ml' nAS'NISTatR. Siarter Postman Pleads Not Guilty 0 From Page 5 into .. shop tn the eouraa a| had bean robbed. She told him she could do nothing of •; Accused*';.;! e next day and offered to repay a portion • rnone> iheie at it .inn %  %  matter to the i TWO '"I 'inpi's Aftei „>r bv Rolloek and Griffith. Rollock nad not -cturned. but Gnfflth retu ed on December 21 bringing two envelopeone of which was addressed to Rollock Griffith i-ame again on neceml>er 29 and Drought S37.18. She made a statement SI took the m%  da up She also check) J numn the notes. The n.oi.t v ui court was the N'-v: and ror the IJ Aletha Rollock or \ who said she lived at Crab 1*ill id she had a cousin named Ridley perch In New York H< had wrritti many Li ni but the pre waa tha tirsi Uma that he had sent her money Griffith H a eousin of Ridlc On the Sunday before Christmas she had a conversation with Griffith, and on the Tuesday following she went to the PostmisMiss St. John. She did not return to Miss St John the next day bai very veil, but Griffith went back. On the following day Griffith brought thing. went along with Griffith to tea the rtei Sh< ad liven him the letter V"" -\ On th* brought heT 117.00 and She had given it back to Griffith on Deccmb' ; In reply tO Mr Ward Rollock %  aid the mom in "( one ten dollar bill, one live dollar bill and two dngla dollars rVl thi '.if.'rurther Marine of the oorned inti) o-day. 'MskjoF IMTKatlAI. UUTUKa -u mu i %  %  En gland fit a Is Scotland IN LEAGUE MATCH % %  led 2—o .a ball time H| af.'or l.ve nunules pla> I i ight winger d came )ust third goal for % %  tea the Scot%  watded .. penmg made m Forty thou%  %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  4 li. ni. i SWIMMING %  %  Parana Rival I .11 within thi Argentina i He negotiated Parana liming %  trongl] suburb* —(eaer. minn.. Rruter Turns East For Sport : for Inter%  Cultural [ tl %  %  I did follow %  remc map w. hall uiria, Rumania, and thi I I iblM We dull • .'.us HI the gi. %  %  .. i %  die China. Koi Viet K.ui.i The Weather 1 mi U BK 8.04 a.m. bui siti) 11 i in Mot a ir-i (ftvarttr) March Iuliiiim: 6.3a p.ni. Ilixh Water; 5 S* a.m 6.34 p.m. > I -ItRDAY Rainfall: i('odrlngton) nil ii.i-i MI month to *eaterd*j 1.61 In. rrmperalurr iMiv • U U I lY.niirrHlurr (Mln.l 73.S 1. Waal 11 -1s i9 a in i i l] \ (| p.m.) E. by N. n.ad VeUcM] it. nuaa aei hour. %  amreeaeeai >H UB I .10.047: ilpm.i "%  • I B.B.C. RADIO PHOGRAMMB IHI B0OA1 htoNk km, nun %  : a MI Pn. ad. s.u a.in %  I GUIDING IN 1949 REPLENISH YOUR WARDROBE NOW • WE are in a Unique Position io supply THE FINEST SUITS MADE TO ORDER IN OUR TAILORING DEPT. WE FIT YOU WITH EASE WE FIT TO PLEASE f AVE SHEPHERD & Co.. Ltd. Tailoring Depl. I >,. I %  %  1 %  %  i %  %  i *a' to thank the Local the generous donation of ti2o.uo towan-s our Headb ..i e F %  i tS folding rhau i : New C'umpan;. Two new Guide Con a Broume pack have rt* during the yeei %  • %  %  • no iva 3^ Guide Conj S .md in Brownie Pieka an out of tiie population of Barbados. HI only touch fraction of the girls of our MW hoUling ,i uf Brownie TrainlnR Davs: nd after the new more ie our >^unKest man at 1 years of aja i I. .inIn UM Elementarv I -.1 11 and uiiN ha the schoolleaving tha iipportunit> to be .i Itrownie first and comes up .'o thai Company, by the ttm .. I %  in in the Guide Mo\ i vhtch are know will ixto her KK antagc. i feel that i rust p%y t tribute iuidera. These women, who every week hold their Guide meetings whloh %  doing quitiK for our Brownie-. Guides and Hangers. We (lave cor.e a I Guldin,. lai oados Qd f !!*I8. when ft] women in uniform ercd a very funn. and m nk aa we do Pounder %  Gilwell, Without a shadow of doubt The Food of TODAY provides the strength for TOMORROW FRESH STOCKS CONSTANTLY AftftfV/rVG LADIES' COSMETIC BAGS and FINE POWDKR aTR CIOABETTE TUBES : PIPES VACcO FLMB DARLEVS CONDITION iOWDER for Horses CALL in at:— COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY VIOBt IMi Special: "NYLONS" M nu„ CENTS SOCKS and \NKLETS .1 38t. 42c. sfc. .,_ i HILDBENS WKLKTS hlt-. rink, blot at Jfe.;,,p.,. THE BRITISH SHOE 10., LTD. \U C-UIOIIMTII whu hd.e ovodiw Ki-pjlr. klndl) rr4 I -**me In order to mak.ipmrf [ nru onft. 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ORBMADA %  Hi leave b> ,„„, SS '' M Btr%  rip be l HAM, '1 Sam King 3 D.. round Monday. 3rd April, at 8 Jn II 00 Rimcl !( 24c M.J ENDKRS Lniiir.lton Bihop (Bantam, Hagl" KMI %  loddard ( M. •iree supportlnf threethat's why children should be given a daily supply of J & R ENRICHED BREAD with every meal ..Klin: MM ii IIKI ID IHIIM J. A R. B\M Kit ~ un> • HKIICYCLISTS &f ONCE AGAIN THEY ARE HERE DUNLOP -' x 1|" Cream Roadster Tyn* Sat" X 1|" Pink Roadster Tyres 26" x 1J" Racing Tyres &f ECKSTEIN BROS. DIAL 426a BAY STREET



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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY MAliu, m Qahib QaUinq First Flight B RITISH WCS1 AIRWAYS M M A INDIAN mas' MRS MVRY TREE, rieht in her h.-nvv wlnti with Mr. Willinm lllair. Jr, and Miss Judith M • lor Trinidad have been itayinc with Ihe Trees at thai] St James. Returns to Their New York Home M mmercial fli^'u montfnsj arhan • ILirbados At the controls were %  • i ..lid Cofork. II %  %  %  home, Is Mrr. An',! Edfn. who will ; :.:tle while Ion Trinidad with <> full load ol ; %  ..ii Jr -T r, i Mis .Imiith i .issensers. Mi' Trvo yeaterday to Trinidad. The re returninc after the,, Oiort stu> la \f ,ss MARJORI1 Mr Blair is a tnd MlM ol tha linn ol Amerira when he leaves Trinidad. Y Da Lima and Co Ltd., JOWFor Two Weeks England, and was here on l hi year. Mr. Tree vu a) s i off. Df-Spaln, wereirtr tha waak-and by tor %  bout two %  Rocklay. To Sp-nd Easter Holida> With Her Doufihter M l. arrived % %  with her daughter oektay. 1 Heard So Much About D a J n D CHAI %  and his v. : rived in rfaadot, %  %  i i %  %  %  K.JNI& .it iiuOcaan Via Ten-Day Visit M -iMRS EDWARD A i %  Merchant Takes Time Out M if LEWIS CAMACHO, dlraeBro>., pro11 hanti ol l*ent manv rears in Canada. Recently Taken Over R EV S I Win IE. President of the leeward Island MisUOn of MM Seventh Day Adventists. who has recently taken over from Rev. Gackenheimer, arrived veslerday by B.W.I A from TriniI Qacfcenhetmer has retrie United States Rav White i* here until Sunday, when he will begin louring the Lee%  Hotel Un June 1st be will be moving his family to Barbados whinin will set up his headquarters. His i.i' II | .IN it pp ssoi In Trinidad. %  has been fur tho past six years. To Take Up Appointment M R. HUGH EDWARDS who ut tram England on the Winston Churchill' to Trinidad recently, arrived weak to take up an appointment v ktfa Barclays Bank and is staying %  I the Sea View Guest House. On Business A .(HIVING from Trim terdav morning on the 'Lady Kelson' was Mr. W J W( I Weft Indies representative of R ind J Watts and Co:, di %  FJDoda merchants of Manchester, ivigland. He is I.. week business visit and is staying at ihe Sea View Guest House. For Indefinite Stay M RS. LILIAN DURAMT of New Yoik is now* in Barbados for an indefinite period. She arrive.! recently by B.W.I. A. and I t* ing at the Sea View Guest House. Spent Two Weeks M R. L. A. ROBERTS, Social Welfare Officer of Dominic, is due to return home to-day b> the 'I*dy Nelson'. He arrived hare .it>out two wee ks ago for a Mich he was spending Ba i guatl at 'Indramer'. Worthing After Three Weeks M R AND MRS. W. ARCH ol Canada, left on Monday by B W I A. for Trinidad after s| ending three weeks' holiday here Tiny were staying at the \i*ct to leave Trinidad shortly on the S S 'HIM/II' fa Nea Yoik on their way back to Canada Mr Arch is a builder and distributor of Stonekote Co. Ltd o! Canada. First Since His Return M RS FREDDIE PAYNE, wife of Jockey Payne, left on Wednesday afternoon by the I for England. She was accompanied by their three children. Barry. Wendy and Terry. Freddie should be there alnad] and was due to ride In Englan i S cslcrday, his tlrst since his return om h s West Indian trip Been Here Since September M R. E. L PTJfARD nf the Cable and H Branch In Dominica is due \< %  Dominica today b] th Mr. Plnard baa %  Fa and son Lionel, and they have I .insea.' Wortl %  i ton i will I 1 i a htti.longet Returns From Leewards M L RtSRI BY n %  \ %  %  I M Kitts by 11 W I A DO Monday. Bi THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER Igbt. %  %  %  Dlght, with uoiii". %  ivs Ina %  MuUtd Innun kl) or treat i< %  I hi %  %  %  a mid i on them, the "nests" would turn fall to the gl %  ..II l n Toulon a*A Fhrtimg G limp ** J t LISTS %  %  ametl ol i %  % %  being "Let bet i %  %  I loudly, t.'.' : loon swung I I Drama f h'-nl l.ifv T HE Lai has now [1 n — what %  a :i iiu wrong %  Dl up the %  time the owl %  owl, and. squad managed to knock a large hole in the wall from aather. But both ft Were pulled down m vain, it is reared ihat U Thv Mfitur ./ HSaol "V|EAT-EA1I.\*;, says the ol war. P i nigs it is only a step from killing animals to killing each Other." li ;.,> adding the .i .-! the aul I .1 it) thai made Hit %  sating that causes wai I oplc kill meat, and any Angling Club will tell you that it is but u killing trout to killing ... SMART SHIRTS from AMKKICA: The SAGAMORE' Shirt ii* Plain Shades $6.58 The RHODE" Shirt III Whil,(lull $5.03 EVANS & WHITFIELDS The English AERTEX SPORTS ... UrmeOnK S J t !)S The BUSHMAN" Shirt t>0 Kkakl vdiZtf recipes, and the notorioi.'This little %  .anted to La lieauUfully turned wo all shapes an villa;;' .•Id lhl| Dean %  %  %  %  Amcr. for modem tsjAn idp. I til ID'S A tPuillHlVN 1,1 l§, lfllO\lH.%Y IHSTII 11\'S .1 II. I ., _. rukanc B\GK i n i.i.-i HJIM atMk, n, u n ',.., *^ mh II Hfca. -.,, % %  U II ... WhD Br, mm TM. .. ri \>ri< i mi inn \ %  ojmain i IAKKI I Mil OKI V IVMI mtoiim \i IHIISS SIIOK Short-Story Writer O NE of caui, %  Lond. i had coffte with r Wilhr %  Richardson and his wife al their Ixindon flat 1 •Wilhe" is working hard at th.he takes degree In In his "spare I writes scripts for the BBC Thl toll, broad-shoul Ian hopes to maki IS B short-story writer w lien ho leaves London Univeraady he has had some manuscripts BCCantad. His prettv. vivacious wife. Lealia, hi working In tha welfare departm." Colonial Office. Clean Buses S OME hu., owners should pay In general It 1st these bu loo for the a suit or dress of delicate matei USlng the same seat that a wni f iman with soiled clothing had just .i-i-t The conductor should be allowed to use .ii iffusIna admission to anyone who.se i lofhlng would • make Ft uncomfortable for another passeiigir Chemist on Holiday M R JOHN B old i %  > who is %  returned to Contrast In Suits llv Jo.I it I rshinr TWO SL'ITS we IM.VV CDOSen from the new collection order to be quite fair to both sides of the fashion trade, one is from a wholesale one from The dude suit, with ance. In the fabric that will never fail Its weaier. co mas from Dorvllle. It is grey doubh with a nipped-ln waist l quarterbelt, and I tralgnt. %  that it can he worn wit accessories lor town, or a tumc jewellery li eorraet lor all occasion, would lot) %  %  rorfci '.s newness. The other suit 11 I'LI's Spring and is m navy, with I tight skirt. A w;u.sUo.it ol na\ and white, fastened with ball buttons, is worn bei newest style of i it the model wears a panama hat. Shearer, tha well-known red-headed ballerina b Wells, wore a copy of thl her honeymoon re i %  %  member that lor .:: do dOUbl. li la an IndlaputabU %  %  .if seeing it, and this need a slim. Fairly The high ... the tea is common to rella. %  Exhibition DOW %  woman the more obi %  I" %  furniture, and ompleti laundry, a bakery, .i %  H ind an OM %  tpoun i stand, .i anull a tronl >i ottage, There was %  lightly muata tpproaahad. 'The Judg) the name tada iroiii 18th ami 17'. Rupert and the Dragon PUIs-5 • % %  •_ %  '.* J. Hie two pala mch Pong-iying'i -jidto. "So ii wa* you *'K hid • firework party u*r lught." wyt Kuptrt. •' Willie • .i %  i uw glow Ui ihc k> and I -ondfred what it muni." The MlM Pcki ruQi into the home ind bring, out i mrroW'Dcckcd viie. ft 'wrr— 7^1, ^J +~-~ • T Q j B %  i s %  mu mm, "."! %  %  .„..„ * %  > %  r M v.i ; X Put 8J0J K)P PEUcVflnQii UMinrninnv,,,, Common, in • SATURDAY NIGHT ,. . HUMPHREY DOT. ART • JtMl in Till: OKLAHOMA hlh willl %  OWMAmX LAN! HAItVUV STEVES, A W..i ute DANCE AT THE BARBADOS AQUATIC CLDJ nu int. Mini i, .j„ k U — 10 p.m. (Local & VUttna M.mbtrsOnl)! Music by "HOT SHOTS" Orchestra, with JOEGUM American Saxophonist; and ROD CLAVARY ?s dad's Top Vocalist. Hear Trinidad CALYPSOES played by TIIUIM. Leading OrckdOal ADMISSION TO BALI.KOUM _ . 23.3.'50.—2n. d iht imktt in I.ii.' n* url. "and that *ill ItMp it uudy *heo *c wi 11 ofl." Then h. DJUMI. '" l,'i no, much lur til.:.K rockrtl in d.yllRhi." he *dIIMHK U4SCI RIIIUI Had %  •LYMPIf nowis %  *th .^JolumyWaSSMip Lf ..JUNGLE JIM. HosrTmm WuM tauaa,. iunnuii Opens TO-MORROW %  LOBI *-%  umurn *—-• %  uiu HhCO.XSllll I IIO\ mUBMttlfflf If so, our— m ll. 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Till RSDAV NAM II B, 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE ni.i. nvt tSTSZk Postman P^ads Not lb. Month Gui ty 0f Larcem ltH „i..H MAN1 k ^^Ens made BW^at police and other •: nunt>ers. J. 40 nr havc al: this monlh. and one 10 ld the \tivoclt >there seems to be that _>opei %  ration with the Police *i,Jt''oF unknown at Charles Rowe n "'' „ about 2.00 p.m. on EKmiand destroyed 17 holes ^ %  e ripe ranes. They K and belom to Harold _J7( the same address T 4JOIT 8.45 p m. on Tueso o! unknown origin cu '• Hampton Plantation 'ygnyti II aes o' ">nd "5,ci>. They are the JJTof the Trustees ol the Of MMMS '' %  Htl nop canes trof unknown origin Eou" 1 wwE,taM d about 115 a.m. yesterday. C canes are the prop* EJL^ Estates Traumg ComZm vA *•"" insured. RUT KDITION of the Barbados Police M b circulation. This is Ibt 1^,1 Police Magazine to be UI^H and is edited by Capt. jtTarmer. Superintendent ol I i iini 14 pictures and 30 MRP, me by members of the C ana others by outside conLOSS OF • quantity of fir on boards was reported by ygttr M Armstrong of Spring B, St Lucy. He > boards were rei Shooting Hut at tween 7.30 %  v and 6.00 a.m. on Another Court ercd letter conta ining money to the value of $10.00. Ward, while the case lor I the Crown is being conducted bv %  r. W w. Dm KC. Solicitor ( Oencral. The case for the prosecution was still in pro** day evening when 11,. Honour the Acting Chief Justice. Mr. G. L. H • % %  ;„''"' """'*' Pl " Cro IT ">' lor adjourned the Court until %  ,, ul| 1 0a.m. u> i***nVZ?"* " maa "cd In Dowding Old hoi mUl nans is between Messrs. Da Some Cross: Others Don f t co.u & co.. a ,, u ihV6rn.";i,:„ Bank of Commerce, at the ,. „, ITmco W.M.an, „,-; <* < Ltd hfMMWi SSS'S"; %  ,7"""* ""^'-a street on that side of the M cannot fail to „ | when !he" cross th, through the 1.,., any Idea ,ha; they „ rc ,, Wjr rani, UM pedestrian told WOUld be ,h !" %  : ou < 'hat a„T "" !" in """ Prom 9.60 to 10.00 mar. rung only icj pi i*rfwciul 111. ah.-. I I . until 2 p.m. when his IU.UK.... -terday morning he did not answer nor appear and when he was brought in the afternoon he said he had not seen a paper early in the morning, and did not know that the case had been set uown foi hearing thai His Honour explained to him notice in the papai wai just for the convenience of the general public. As a defendant. hi! duty to attend Court % % %  '.mtil his case was tried. DOWding n the .sum . %  • 'imt. W ag Ut e t ad Letter %  Colonial entered the arttn produced a registered 3M61 ad Mrs. Savage New G.G. President ;oid members of the L I utton ol evening at Pax Hill that I .Hiding could be a power of good in DUttlinlty. H was the fourth annual I elected preside r uiy Southern who also gave bart address, stressed that in resent chaotic world of Guiding In 1949 %  %  ii 1948-4V. dt the Annual Qatieral Meeting 01 the Association "I'ax Hill" %  %  %  • to extend %  ..::.. dquartei Pi \ Hiii We : bell we orte.our M her lion, but we deep-' I real Urteri k and has been of the Local A Archer of Crab Hi tmution in 1^4 also produced a dellvei ., work w (h her f(MIha cams lallir ................ i %  "osse,l : r the sum letter pun M PI u II %  Md iianK of Commeir-. hut luitlier „WS9 0 F a o .uan, yotnr %% ^To. ot '^ & 1 OT boards was reported by Messrs. T. R. Evans, pedestrian were cro-sing frequently. 1" Till MluUcg Ten minutes, from 1J.00 to 10 10 BS'CMBH have a.,,.,iy ;;.,; .\ rt > %  :. who had always ihn The letter was MM ,„, 0r ,„ n ,„. lered nau from Now J o, k and Hon. You will .. ?^1 ^ m Batrbawios on Auaust 2*. W ai during Lady Somarltrteal r! V^.?" n Ti '" ,h f S ,y** v ls :o Barbados In March' 1947 Po 'O"" "> day to be del.vc • u,dv Dlooo. : Th. l' %  in.viAugust 2, He said ihal „,, ££ along wit received bv him i: tress of St. Lucy. Th..t list was ii..'l> OUt b> |x>stman nan taay went % %  | letter that 1ered. icad too %  i tlclaa iiTree, Hillabv Star, lln Hall Modern. Orange IP, Surprise and another Silver kadi The test tune will be "1 is Alnha and OmnM T HE VOICE OF POETRY" in John Gieliru'l and Hu Evans will read some of the Imt* "f Walter de l Mare p. H Davle. T S Eliot and aV<. \ill bo broadcast Tibutlon iH-iween 9.15 '15 tun. trmoiT"\v [Htnrnramme i.uai %  MBtrbv the Rrttish Council M number I _ a La.. I . i isalso tw point [x-fiestrians cross Only Two Ships In Port %  .: Mer=iiv were two <>i the paMiar. itaanuhipi at. Th. and the %  taadian Challenger called early yesterday The "Nelson" was busy utong ;i load L %  ; rgo wRich it will %  Hlastes and rum are being for Canada while the bound for the lern Islands. rah vessel arrived here from via Trinidad, and St. Vnu< I including peanut butter, herrings, patent medir.: nlUa oil, limucol I fwh fruit. •sut 930 B m. to-day it will port foi i mehos ..the ck for reom. This flKt."" ,u ,cng,hy n •he dry dock %  •" which will undergo an •wrhauling. The Marp U. *as taken up * jl for llritiih Gi. Oranges Come! At this point [".fiestrians crOM Jt tUO .ile of 'wo per minute and batwaan 10.18 and lo.20 yesterday, everyone Uia en N UfD. The fourth and lag! Bp %  William i Musson's General Orltce. Uka ttM second lane, has a steady (low ol ting through it but yet many are inclined b %  I hrug Store taring TrafaU '0 Indlcata 'he -ign. in all %  1 KMatng, The 1 ir>l %  iv put up in the City. Onlulldlngg and the I lard) 1 .imberlain 1 .1 the last batwai Public Buildings and the Royal Bank of I %  'op of High Sin %  %  Mill I'll, HM\.I uv ware all .i> when Imperial Headquarters i-warded Uv %  .uiu the Med eeived iron..New York. lben. ruiilatlonai TxUs ThaifS^h iJl ?V' B awarda :it a memorandum ghov %  mination of the which the amount was made U Next to be produced by. r^SJ a iJ er u !" !" " e y •? oun %  "* '-' %  l ^*? 7 / 18, ,? e S"1 he had rec ',V ed It from the Postmistress on December 30. The postmistress I The work of our Ot more Gulden_DU1 that %  .vcrywl,* : 1 England. n %  -mgular. The Scouts' .ind Uu. %  %  h. which vlatted Barbadoa 11 Ms ft i-ly" and "i:.uiu" Thoaa %  events for I: i Thi-rr writ not aa many ramps aa In the tear before imt m rmiisr that aaaaaekaaai oaaaaal afford t<• ramp I ream in surrriuion nuinr to the hi(h east of food and traiupurtalioii Thia it uiiioi tm...ufar %  mr'ri is mil' ,,1 lac maat v.ilu...lr part* of duidp and Kjngrr training I'ark an. realised 1.711.78 We -boulri liko to thank Local Association for tuv %  all. which made $95.*7 Our next ft (or Saturday. 3rd June, at the I pleated that the %  He had checked the n bet rrtenaoranduni and found it to Handed l.eller line Gnftlth h,n him They niaae handed him I lettIn answer to M. %  %  %  aid that in the case of : the lettei wai livered to the %  should hav. %  oad to the st. Luo 1 ly. if |f would he return*. 1 the postotecl himself. Adele O'Nealc who bl August IS to August 27. 1949. told ol bavinfl 1 1 latter No, 1 accused the same deliver it 10 the 1 rticles that tu w. tered _. n c. I liver of which that At the and Victoria Bridge work is pro-1 ^ w-s |heu gressing rapidly on '1 %  II_J .. n ,i dated the list. The oftne'roadandthefo,: t?£?£%>. !" .tSi ^X!^L by =IKI 0 ^rf r S!T:: September^ forthTi-. nd may be Hfad.)u.Tiers ing of ou i. rut Bridge, preparations are going ahead on the exfc the Bridge. When it Ifl completed it will have a six-foot wide footpath for i : lft is will ndent from the roadway for vehicles. Changes At Seawell .us 10 llie Building at Sling. Both the 1 Store Ita ; '-' *"''' lor of the Iwililmg mil hw • %  > """'' room for the airport Stan to wort The Health Ofllcer and Polite, who feu,. enclosure at the entrance of the Incoming passengers department will have a dek in this room and this wire enclosure has also been pulled down. Edith St. Join. from leave on August H n little of the .egistere %  Signature The last I letter in %  iiven to sUned nv him. She IBtk IK10Mi s 11 liiiiad ;Vau,;;;i". one pur p. I of Aletha Bollock. On December 20 Rolloek and ;'j .. kui hr.„..hl CMC. was present an .. ^"'dinghadbrougM ^^ ding. Our Pot s7.u25.9u nitland at Pax Hili i 0.00 (j; 1,0001. oi which $2,400.00 (£f00) has tei. l.OU.OO was building from 1 irhlch had bai rront ol Iha properb %  %  The water from Belmont 17 an' 1 'he land at AI' ,H "' '' :' It., minor saving 'hat he had t> matter, saying # on rage • <>" Pe .lespots there ne\-er was greater the true aims ot the s.-out and guide movements Mr J, P, O'Miihonv .nut MrJ. lonnell weie elecltxt memOeis 0 the Kxacutlve conunltMi %  ateciatlon. Mrs Jack Simpson will take over from Mrs. P. F Campbell as Chairman while Mrs Ward is th • ntw secretary. Brownies from Carnngton'? Village Girls' School gave a short display of ': .iciivities they pursue on KuidniK Mrs. Williams, Island Com mis%  ioner. presented ;i report for th. year 1048-1949 Making her add. said: First 1 would like to thank you for the very kindly waiOOtW given me today. Although I am not a Guider 1 do Ifkprei purposes and value Of and I shall bo VOI | a] the Lax-al Association in ever) %  It is three year* Association was tormad the lepor. Annual General Meeting-; which how A growing bU> Ciuiding which I hope will be extended in the years ahead huvourable Comment It has given me much pleasure to see during the last four months, a tew of the parades ot Qusdea, tUj Hei | I i \ I--,:, eonuw nt%  Me on the majDj iot only on hut inti along 1 was DUd of the % %  you wih :nuch credit Mrs. Williams, our lsU ni.sMon. i whose devoti..;, .spired the rataful, t<. for the Interby you all in the LOOBJ n, both general. tfidlTKIt bate today, and 1 do depend on each ODj ir become members in BfOftn the gen. I i .iinis and methods of tiuiding which can be such a the development I the ronununity. ] would like also to welcome -ady Southorn who, later in this meeting will be addressing She has been deeply interested in Quldlng for many years and, as you probably know, was Island: Commissioner In Ceylon and Hong; Kong. We are very happy to have| her with us today. \ tribute %  1 would like toi pay tribute to Mrs. Campbell, the Chairman of our Local linn She will soon Inleaving tie, m.i I .mi sure you would like me appreciation Southorn said that she had to thank Mrs. Savage for the rda she had said about fortunate, .. Savage did was %  art It was very npprop | she should he there %  Pal HU1 then as be* being there united bonds of tbe old Pax Hill In England ssi ax for her •nthusiasm In guiding was reached They had to remember that the plait me at I'av 'lill attending an enrolment when their chief guide was there, how that vivid spirit among 'hem The enrolment ua< eharm%  • fell then William.' it. guides nicely. %  j a pe>tar neeii for the true alms of %  and laid) • in the forld of chaos and dtal>ots ns there Wag then Urge all girls and young women air een ieelding ai Hill. I am a proud eonaamer of ... GOAT CHOW The cows begin their young ones on . CALF STARTENA Hal unable from II. JASON JONES Jb Co., Ltd. W a VW.% V. VAV.V 4<)/-For SI irk Wound FKEDEltlCK HOLJU8 of New Orleans was lined 40s I :iths or tWO RMM prtsonment when before His Worship Mr 1 \ Milxini ><-sterday. ][< %  wai found guilt) i I i en v. Larceny Cam Adjourned SINCLAIR APP1 1 v. %  Village was charged Worship Mr. 11 A Tal day with the larceny ,,f %  quantity of sugar cane valued at the property of the Qovi BMCUtlve Committee on March 23, The eaw v^.i. March >4, MORE COMFORT IS YOURS raauenl SOI 'TIL\LL m S SANITARY NAPKINS :i SURS II ui Mil i. KNIGHT'S DRUG STORES. CaWeleM Rider Fined A run of ea to be %  %  Ciooding of Cav ship Mi I t found fUllta ins btcyi 1 Wharf .n a negllajenl %  t 18. J' INJURED LINTON SKINNER alter IIIII. detained imuuitaa eei llei when bt I %  %  was Trafalgui B the Public Bulldlngi \id ?S Yr.AKS ,\<;<> — \IIMM \ll MAR( II. IS, 1925 i OOI ii \i i Atr. i tul I %  %  ' %  %  K i: • leven pli gony to Jtf\ WIN WITH SPMDIHG OVER 70 YEARS OF SPORT A.GSPALD1NC & BROS. LTD V'lo-l .S. Meal Mu Postponed 21 %  aatar. '.TiailOR ., 'Ix chanff S.C.A.C. Report a> i r ..!•. Page 1. ''Although nt the s t a i Lted Kingdom" he said, "I certainly hope that tm F.rowth of the West [ft nation may be so rapid that in I may have <;,liOSt."' Mthougli as some afflUO thi Lee were not economi.ail; reedy for federation, and in. ..* ase of the matter was sure t< much difllctilty at the %  I 'idd statesmen of sufllcient visioi Id iron out people thought that th. w *t Inda %  Mother Country, but he \ C that this was i counter. lH of ver. 'aieful consideration and thought i* congratulated \n artisan said that though r to use hi* piuposeafter reading it, he had put thi %  %  %  ... he had not understood %  I ready. CARPETS of French Silk woven with Ejyptian Cotton 349.00 $151.00 $252.00 — See them on show at — ==_ CAVE SIIEIMIERI) & (0., LTD. 10, II. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET JUST IN TIME EOR THE EASIER SERVICES HYMN BOOKS ANCIENT & MODERN Advocate Stationery



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T ilA V MARCH l~. CLASSIFIED ADS. R MEMORIAM %  MM I of CEORGE THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE %  £ •** 1 .rU ."'" %  '' """ IK.-".?? '"""' ""* min. In < nrlisle Bar %  11 Warner ID %  %  m**** a.j.so.in MM an. uW-in %  r~~~ Bad From Apnl I.Y reetherheed. Elrepo--. ^ M310--in 1 ] •'-i %  hed. Apply HnberT Pinfold Stnel __ I raNTTU-tran Ap77i,i. ia St J.mc-s. Appl, ru so-in %  %  %  *\Ml. DOR ,\ Good COOK AM : unicw. The Banjans i. in \i nrr.\inui SS Alcoa Pilgrim. S.STt t !" I • .iioLiLolor m Vuamt. Agen r^T. A '. 0* CcaSa Co.. Lad. %  SS lo.. net. l^p. MV Canadian CrigsleiusBr. S.tM U*l Agent, teNet, Opt Sr-srtf. uardirasr Austin Ca LU i 4 Co. 1*1 I MI i .'MIM ULU UK %  ipe. Ilioad Street Z33U—3n e!? MISCELLANEOUS 'ii* ill tKEQt't %  ItfMlTUftE plan cor.rj.SW—In %  %  '* Ml II MMI1 |>> i BBB earner iwiii'ii -" l • %  .1 %  Chlgnber* ">"l Houw Phnrv IpSCELLANEOUS g JJ Dj earned by obtaining oro>n for private ChrLstmai Cards fron Oordon i: %  11. iiegl%  k rtoi \ Kanneih Andrew. Aletha M. xPuT**' " c r Wlleradori. Marion %  i BOM i OCAJKA Ainaii.. Fonjnhe edD IRIiM HRtljsll 0C1AMA Mr T .' %  Frettaa. Mr. J. %  %  Mr*. Anne Mr C. Cai. Mr T %  -. %  %  KOM I\M VII \ Ma* r>u HI l'\l! II II ~ Its 11 u I \ I %  isili M> i .m Smith. i : | rmiOOTBAThr Tea wlU PaVaaai Uoan i BafW I • %  H aicpha. l -our iroc< a*Sft-St* inn, CAI1LNXTS I r llonrodo. CaaUxU con .('"•<• a-ith B Snae bee,^ iiMd Knlht'i Lt-l M 3.50-3n ., ISM. • irai High School u a Church Of Cnaland Secondary School which -a. I piomoied to a rirt Grade Secondary K. drr Hamton & CO Yo>i i t Ml* in lariom colovu* containlna taerU and oWer miriuiaea Look. the clucking hen and *.h* little %  IL' ' • — Onion* being irnrce i which we "fTcr U cent* Harold Proverb* 1 Co Lid n i i in I RANGETwo Burner Gaa Ranae new Prwe HOW Phone i etc.: Jordan. 21.3 H>—3n t ASBESToHS Bl FUt Sheet* 4ft x Hi Mr ' ripe : I" •' (t bend* and ||F Taylor Lid Coleridge Street 1* 3 U—fin UAHnaT PD >^ % %  PTTiNOS I Inch. I',. : nKaxa Tyre Co.. Trafalgar Si IW It 3 UTH Tt*BSFour Engluh Rath Tu' ,t>h "ale BUM. A Co Lid 12 3 SO t f ^ i and V fM <: %  %  •. 6iu. fit and tft. lenalhi %  Pad n in vanou* %  >" Enquln %  to Tyrt Company. Tr.-f %  ^*r Street I.I M iTBOSE RBCORI-S VOO WANTED I ikeen fttTMi pUttnn and Illng record*. Ithun.i.do Roea, vocals by An Mill. Brother* etc. A Ban IV 3.SO—t I n )U. on ll ht. u 1 — %  23.3 SO.3n k*l PANT! • %  i.l n\i. % %  %  I •Bl I H 11 NOTICE k. i.uu <1( UJ-rr.' AQUtTA st\ NfMMMU RBBV OIVKN that al. i raum having any debt or claimi agatiu ihe ratal.of Elian AgUata Seymouc d eagfd, Uto of Maaon Hall Street, in ln Pariah of Ha In tu* I. %  id who died In Barbadoa on ihe 3r %  tarwary lt> are requested t< -end in particular* M ..ticataj to the undocaigned llAiioi i %  IFAIENT*. c.o or of Fitta Village Si lama* "•! or liafora the Bth day of MnUN tiHf which date 1 shall pi... iivtnbute Ihe saaMl — eased among the par* % % %  '"•if", having recarJ Hsl) 'Uiivs of whKh 1 shall than. have -nd 1 win not be liable I >. tlM .issela or any peri ii.itMtsuted to any parson of %  r claim I *hall not then have had Wtfaaj And all persons Indebted i tata are requested to Mttti %  -Im-dnewn without delav Dated this Mb day of M GLADSTONE F. BOWEN Qualified nKutors of the Estate of %  UaW AOU9TA WKYMOUtL atatsa n il I.1.BB—ffa NOTICE l> I -I.l' -I SAMUEL A BKJ i*Luid on the Bth day of Se;. %  %  : duly attested u % %  • %¡ on or before .1 June 1H0 after which dale 1 • -nosed to distribute the asseu of th uiiaaill among the part.I •hereto, having lesfard o..:. ..mi. of which I -hall then have had I than -. in r.o'. • %  ( wl-.n deM 01 %  lhan have had n And all persona tndebuu %  lequestud to H %  I %  %  J Mcr ggUMBVH, .xeruior of the EaUle Of A SKBBSfE, deceased PIIILH KALES 5*1ESTATE |_J* m --lJ squ-ip feat of land s ^^ l**te. off Ba^ Street. Apply %  CLARKE & CO %  to public comI Tudor Vrect IV a Eftolf • b nropK • shop 1 Ml BMBMI %  !" 7 and <: %  JOR SALE AND REMOVAL Ml the buildlni: %  fa. £z**L "_'• rloeev ^ a*S!;* 0 T •" •• Dlates. -.onrs nr-J roof."!T,**'1 buiWlnx but not th I %  * storied i.. %  %  ATHLETIC SPORTS Tilt: AmuAl Athlrte Spoti. KMUM| ,.r ihe Bo>.roundMIo.. School will t,i| pi*** 'W >•* " TTiurpi^j' aU MUCh, bxmnM %  > I n •" IW"" ..il RiMrdUJ" of lh* Boji. (rlirtoi ilVhool ."d " Old Bo>. t. cortlII A T.lna KM kindly roiucntd lo LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE %  Apt. I H A TALMA. I.I0U0R LICENCE NOTICE Thr Mtf P.i.. riddle "• Shcwroon %  ka look LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE pect of • b V -rd _"'.. Vinelmhoo sttached to reaidaiice *< -^cnger 11 lon Agent* Da Coaka a, Co.. Criail-ngar. 3.MJ or St Vtncant. Agb Oa Ug TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION 1 Ov^i r .K^ d W r W Wm Ino *' LadAlcoa Pilgrim, asavtoee. Ckvtna. Ge, *uiicai ..-.Loa* tgfsMMr gMB LWM LaajM ArLZZ .^"^S th,m """M* hetr Maun. Rte Juranwvto. Durango Mai-re"Vr"'"" v i-nia. I^apsmui. Atasa Paanot. Hecuba. TVri "SSSL, P S^\ ^f A"-"**"" onl l^eeea. Marw. Corrsentea. Stanley ^2L S!?r to If tal 1 ^ p!i "9*^ .:.* %  •• Nle-. A^.stergarn. Ca-ablanca. •.T'^vT'rlr^ p >** Sassfansr. Bwv On VUrv-n Moran. Mormaceurf. read MeaP Veasser n. C-old Heala. Athalimnee Chrlstallia. sna. W Kir g WMmsr Mills C^riaidten Challenger. Veena ^OJJLHsiliL Hi !-(•> %  *>. MT JervTs Stepnasiao: %  •I •rg*rrt Stenbenson. Mr ''.:*!*. Mr. Marcos Srvadswh. Mrs Ma.u uaarh. Mr. rrank OTfnL Mr* VoU.% -la Prssnoo. Mr Brian Franco. Mu. rtolll Kankfan Mr Eunie Gnmea. MrElena Gomss. Ma launs Oitam*. Mu Rtta Corbln. Mis Marsyuente HaiwHwcrv^ Irs ,-onceps.on Batwios. Mm YpJin.ta r*r%-ajal. tes Emily Baahill. Mrs Iva ''•'•sen, My Tlwisae Gnsen. Mr T tic hard Shsnrr-i. Mr Hugo Joeda, Mrs Mtriar-. 1 rda. Mr Arthur Nurse, W Cindr Regi raid laws* Mra. Sybil M-cfBrhranr. Mr* %  iachrune. Utoa Judith Mo lague Mu. \Lertan Wiidee. Mr ft. T l*.pkin. Mr W. Anthruv TW. Hkts Mary Procsnr. Mr Laures-e Kong. Miss 3irr-rr. Mlsa i'., Mlaa Canvllle RoLiSMrr Utas mla TV-drtguei. Mr Wlluim Blau tOU RklTTHH Gl IA.NA Ml* MsadaV C*kr. Mr iVfii. Rod Ilev CrvsrtoBile.. Mise Man* 5iruidrr vi. ....: %  I-.. Uiaa Fjleen Weacr Mr> Ro— • Uacl.aarv. lOl ANTfOIA irk MacDonaJ.1. Hi SHIPPING NOTICES %  %  %  %  -o.pl Osrgn --vd l',.i*iig-T. lor Lucia. St Vincent. Grenada. ArWba. SSU.1..C Wedneaday ZXm) March. The M V CARIBBXC will accept Canyo and Paasengara for Antigua. Mnntaerrat. I>lday %  .in March -hooner I ALDAl.l'llA spt Cargo and Pasaenger* Lucia, sailing rueaday 2Ut VOVIH.IL A(TI!I MS /I vi U(IJ i isi ( IM1TTD U A N Z IJNB' H V "KAIPAK. Irimdad from AuMmli.v Marcrt SS DfBVON" I* schedule.! Mm bourne March 1Mb. Sydney Marer. BMh. Bnsbana March 31st. rrm.ded April nth s s CiTY or IMEPPE sal AdeAid* April 1Mb. Melbourne April I'ffi V.v Bth. IlriebaAq May 13th am rrbsMMM Jsjjaa MM Tnaaa v—-to have ample ipace for chllksd hard froran and gener. Cargo acceptjad on through landing wun iransblp-i^nl al T lor linti.n (.uiana. Barbados. Windwu.-J and Leeward 11 lands For further parttcularr apply DaCOSTA tS Tl) Agents: Barbadoa. FL'RNCBS WrTKY at CO. LTD.. AgenU: Trinidad. 9nc UTIIBOVNO Naaa.1 hl „ IV MIIAS -I Kl IC I %  %  A I 1I..1UM I s ALCOA PfOfNANT" nr every i I'MISll.Vtl. era hereby warned against -.v mg credit to .•nycMsr in nu name withlei -igned by me D B D WILES. Country Road. %  3l350-4n I.IIVI A I III Ml LOST SWEEPSTAKE TICKET-Aeries Z OMI Finder please return vans to Wlftoy •OR JAM \l> \ Mr AlexnndeiOg./.. Srh Alexasidrtna B-. Srb N'-ason Belle Wolfe. Srh M-, \ IX Mrh twehajot. Scb E M Tannt* sch Adina Mar, *h. Zlla Woruta. Stfv in II Soh nanca Mark. Beh Laudalpha. M V Ladg Joy *h Philip H Da^United Star. Srh. United PBg Mr Francis Otte Hani*. BarrkMgl t las. >w an amval from Dominic jcrlerday moming by the "Canadian Mr Wilfred D Collins. Welfar WonVar. was another anl fro." Dnrruiiica by the "Oanadasn Cnalle-iaer vtr Collins has gone to •* %  > with MBMI I Aahteat HaU, Bl Pe*ae Wimfrad Laroy Foater. a civi -rvwit of British Gulgna. arrived by lady Nelson" yesSerday from I Rntlsh Guiana and Is utaylng al HfUd I iinfflth Mr George McLaren MarcuiMaater o( Brltkdt Guiana* hi* srtrs i %  .• dren. were also agitvg Bniish Guiana by ihe "lady Nelson" Mr and Mra. Alaalair Donca n Falcone "laaty Nelson" MT. Falconer laa'Suga 1'L.i.ur of British Guiana Mi* Walter Dudley Warden, an In 'virssnee Buperviaor of Rntlsh tMkans was another arrival by the l*dy Nelson" Pssassngsra arrlvUig vesterdivv %  'M CgHsgWgi C^gMMMJM -' Dumiiuca -Mr Laurence Kong. Mr Ert.ert King. Mr. Bernard E.ui M i-.ii.v>iE.\T >onn:s. THE Rcpotl each. Supplies must be taken from central depots in HriiifHown. Supplies must be delivered every two weeks according to the reL'lual schools, and all deliveries must be com'rted within three days. Tenders must cover all requirements of the schools during the periods mentioned above, and must reach the Colonial Secretary'* Office not later than 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, the 25th Manh. 1950. Tenders must be marked "Tender for transport of biscuits and r.-ilk to the Public Elementary Schools." The person whose lender is accepted must be prepared to furri'ties for the due performance of the contract. i Acrnment does not bind Itself to accept the lowest or any under. 17th February, 1950. 23. 3. 50—In PERMITS FOR CHICKEN'S In an interview with *.hc 'Advocate". Mr \V D Hall. West Indies Sales Manager I Harry Greet) Ltd .. Manufacturers of Toilet und La seting the mass troll which arc spreading from England io the B "From my observatu:. in England I would IB) of the time <>l* evri > | Xt I gelling trades is taken up with ik with the G>Control re-quirements Since %  iniifaeturlBg an %  %  ..-!> %  .:.i. commodities of food clothing nn i %  since moM artblocki I suffer accord'.! %  %  and vei %  %  be obtained in Bmall To keep a fa BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE ASSOCIATION ir-rii.a s i CMaagg i'bm Polling lor the el !" I * serve on the Council f %  >. IBM. will take PL-..la I*-.l"W" i. Saturday ihe Mth March. L the hours of IS a-m. Igfgj D Mr F II ItAlUvVJ' '* %  II roL'LBTON Mr It. A CLAAKE Mr E IMORRIS Mr A E I.FWTS Ml t* II C i. Mr D E CWAHE Mr V. SMITH Misa E V. CARTER ha< withdraw Z33SO i %  %  %  %  ii of ihe country ; %  1*1*1 \V.i which mag • ultimate met with %  %  %  %  Ing the u a 1} soap in %  Thev I Mr Hall %  i -\ r Trinidad en route —Advl Hare! %  %  April 1st New Tsrk aarksg-. April 7th Apr'i ITth March ITth Ma Lb ZrUi NEW OEIFAVS SEBVII E %  B. ALCOA KANUEH Nw Oilrui flarbades ~-_ .-aid Apr., Teh Und Match SibMarch Bth March Mia HARRISON LINE IIITWAKII raOM THE CNITEI) KINGIM> Hi iiul vur ijDKAWINu ROOM NOW FOR MU MM II N \|.l l\ M VI.IIM \N And here is M ih. Piece Suite is 6 Upright Caned Chairs I I'.ur Large Tub Chairs 1 Full Sue 1 Rrrausr onl> onr lnch> l.iNi-i Home I urinl %  get fhU Bargain, let the luck be i oun. LS. WILSON Trafalgar St -:DU1 4069 VI I %  IM" S.JO I OB I > "da. -Illi liarhaiiv.t ll-cil Islalr Ajjcnc) FOR RENT %  FOR SALE MNBOR1N Hill, fa < ov I IFBINU II James • VCBBBL MAN DIAN" -MAN" N STAR" From Dae Leaves Darbtsdoa .Liverpool 8th Mai .Ixindon Mth Mar Si : Apr Ixindon 25th Mar I Oth Apr. pool 28th Mar. lit! For mOm WARD FOR .'SITED KISGDOM. %  Ue> in Barbados March 5th April further purticulan apply to DA COSTA & CO.. LTL -Agenta. BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS LIMITED \Olls i DUE to several chau i i ale which i s.niirii.iv. isi \pni. IMtX i penontholoV %  i lo ( %  >iniiu;nic;it,with OUT < I i 2789) for informi iiTivals, and tlepailuiib. Schools of the Island during the following scboo. I. 8th May to 4th August. 1950. i September to 8th December, 1950. 3. fi'.ii January to 6lh April, 1951. i Mrtnightly requm-ments are 4.500 to 10.000 pounds must .e contract. The '; -if to accept the lo*rl %  1950. 23 3 50— In W//iV//rV/W///rVJ -',v raARBADOi ,; is in; 'i BOOL ATHLETIC SPORTS £ tl KENSINGTON <>\ \l j i rSIDAl i lUnb, lM j iu-_. \.i.it.. -, hmil < Inlilnii i I mu. II. '. %  .: %  %  %  %  %  .: %  % % %  % % % % % %  % % % % % %  -'•'-'' SCHOONER li. M. TANNIS SAIURDAY WARCM ?5ih TF.NDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF FRESH COWS MILK TO THE PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS fresh cow.'* milk to the • Schools throughout the Island during ih< school term' — 1 Ath May to 4th August. 1950. 2 11th September to 8lh December. 1950 I, 8th January to 8th April. IMl. | : i n.cnts of supplying the milk are embodied in ti. ,;iies of which are available for ; Secretary's Office) Persons tendering must be prepaied to furnish two sur, .. nders marked "Tendei for ihe IUSB] .a milk" 17 Schools, must reach the Colonial Secretary's Office not later than 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, the 15th March. 1950. The Government doea not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tei.tier. ;950. U.S.St—in ntE or ouatiTr AND SYMBOL or acavicc Thia tyre haa no equal where traction is the primary need. Reco-nmended for use on unimproved roads, in off the highway hauling, and in rural areas where maximum traction is required. IIAKLES MNEARMY & &„ Lid. DISTRIBUTORS.