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/ Year 55.

oreign Aid Cuts Will Mean Third World War

AITLE FOR CONTROL . Truman Warns Congress
er And ——— | | FULL _ AID NECESSARY
ee FOR PEACE

eo FLORIDA, March 25

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pIfALIAN GOVERNMENT wiki March 25. S ur, pr ising PRESIDENT TRUMAN today warned the Con-
7 led General Labour Contbhietinn on Commua SAY ITALIAN GOVT gress “economic block’’ that sharp cuts in
Batir-itiic: the s fel’ ht yarn ea i i i ight precipitate a third
-, og etre ot eR ome — ee for conire ROME, March 25 ee hae ee a oe bs Representa
af Italy. In s eS owns throughout ¢) i ee F rd :
country, Police and Communist leaders were marshall; aehsmn tadlay dened nent’ | tive’s passage to the “full amount’ of administra-
ineir forces for a massive demonstration planned for \ om Belgrade that Yugoslavia] tion requests for $3,375,000,000 to carry the Aid
morrow. rad offered a direct settlement of/ Programme forward another year, he said that the

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Trade Union King Leopold F ‘ie ge.
Council Formed eter. a tei ik abe botee
KUALA LUMPUR, March 25. | gendarties ina warcapin ten
The All Malaya Trade Union| tle of trams—in the capital. Scores

$1,000 a day from the circus, sai F
earlier the tour would end in tin Rid
for him to train for two mon'
f he wanted to fight FEzza
Charles.—Reuter.

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‘ , France. the United States, the
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With Monarchists to ove wbhrisw | Netherlands. Venezuela, and Na-~- k amous ( Z ame

tionalist China.

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B, Antonio Castanos who admittec | If the usual pattern is followed, a
7 ) Caste » Who admitted |, ae oe Se ARE’ & :
General Secr the Soviet Union may present ¢ H t D
he . — tary of the | formal resolution asking for the un er 1es
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was sent to gaol/| HOUSTON, Texas, March 25 .
BAO! | sate Js N, 1exas, MArcn « Delegaves Conference: today unani- | of tr vars ‘ , | Kill d I
S alist Sa > ; “ia + | t. “ eps . ‘ = a) es } 9 amecars were damaged ir > WwW >
tai ‘ leader, |” Tn all previous cases, the Soviet Frank Buck, oh famous Ameri- | mously. voted the formation of | fray. The climax came . fa o Bane = a
‘ entenced to proposal has failed to receive ma- | can wild game hunter, clea in bed) Malayan Trade Union Council. | mounted gendarmes with drawn ,
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rr. gee who had roamed the This central organisation will be! sabres charged demonstrators in Lorry Explosion

accused was sen- The » bee . rs that j
here have been rumours on the lines: of the British Trade: the centre of Bruss
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ears, four for 2)! Russia, whose delegate Mr. Jacob! earth since he was 18, living Union Congress.—Reuter, -_— os



MIS and others for Ses
22 10, sad oo for periods ot! Malik walked out of the Security| life of hairbreath escapes, died i
ervey oe Council on January 13, because | hospital, aged 66, He had been i

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Wide differe prised at th> ‘4 Chinese Nationalist was pre | the hospital for i r J
stanos renee in the sentences 01) had no intention of returning; a month. His home was in Sa - ‘A. HESON MUS ,0O ay
Sand Trigo. who adm tte | d ]

. carbines, teargas bombs ; : 8 :
Federation | firehose. Recently brought to its ed Cadel Se eee eee Cl fi h Witl a oie 3 goes Age A
|full strength of 70,000, the Police| # . ruary 26, w hile the Yugoslav atti y as ttf [uae na aid oes mF oa “
(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) Force will be operating with the | ; - . , , , ak ee Tile ene a ee = ee aoe +
arch 94 | confidence created by its success} SELEC pe ee oo Sa iastaee aah cea a TEAS od ing efforts to blot out
BELIZE, March 25. | oy Wednesday, when 2} CTED FOR BISLEY. The picture shows the Rifle Tean he Barbados Rift }of direct settlement The Bel ountering efforts tc ov ou
There was sparkling public dis- h ; ay, when it defeatec Association to shoot at Bisley this year, as they concluded son t the Di HW rade reports—coming only three at least one millicn doilars from
cussion on Caribbean Federation ee led attempt | yesterday evening. Left to right are Mr. T. A. L.. Roberts. Maju ma Cunt 4 We weeks before elections in ti MUNICH. March 25 | the measure, the President warn-
als, British Honduras born], , - action, since the Marshal | Warner, Capt. S. Weatherhead (waiting man), Lt. J. M. Cave, Lt Major J. E. Grimth | Yugoslavia zone of Trieste—said Biscay: shaasek: Wie hi , | ed that the AMOUM 15: NECes=
Acting Attorney General, Hon. a ook shape in Italy. | and Lt. Col. J. Connell, (Captain) |the Italian Government had hand fehtingl titan Poline andl? eee the “poverty, misery
A, Hassock last night declared, _ Demonstrators, drawn largely | siciewsiaeesiinininsti mnerastisinsinames ected Vogoslay proposal 6. dis+| Garnmumilat cathanathaters sin GPS ee ee eee
iM fee! profoundly conscious that from Italy’s 2,000,000 unemployes | + , : lcuss a Trieste settlement on t deaate of kant tea, led=tple thrives”.
gritish Honduras will continue as plus landless peasants and worket ik rench Power ( ry { THO! ICS HOPE T basis of the present occupatic scvurat avéwata “aaorbatvre. f° thi | Truman joined the _House de-
sthing in the eyes of the world, |in northern industries, whose job: | — Af My Y A | zones. West German news agency D.P.A bate with sage tone part letter to
gless she associates herself with | are threatened by bankruptcy, o | + a) ray FENG TaN atk | —Reuter The clashes followed a demon- | the Fo vA “Affair John Kee of
me group in this Hemisphere”. | remodernisation, have already | trike I nds FORM ONE PAR T) GO V 7 tration against the acquittal last | p - ; ph ‘A ee M atrength in
. Hassock, who lectured to a}learned how the Government ap . . eb oe e ee Wednesday by a German Ci) i] Set a Ss ve taleei i oats lint:
[fpimall group a + peoag the | plies its new “tough” policy. | ‘ ‘ ; TD ie | Vatican Rules ‘ourt of the former Munich Ges-j} gation ihAnUlaenie tie aggres-
pb pices of the West Indian Uni-) Interior Minister, Mario Scelba| , : PARIS, March 25 To Brin Leo old Back apo Chief and S.S. Colonel, and! gion” he sz The Preside .
fersity Extramural Department,|cemonstrated on Wednesday anc | .,.22° French gas and electricit; ; Di ey sis Deputy Dr. Richandlebieuch-| 20° Fee, Oe pence. Tee
favoured British Honduras parti-| Thursday that the nate Sots | Strike, after lasting 16 days, wa isappointing er, tried on two charges of crimes | cn Wiss Sem oF the lens ot the
pation in Caribbean Federation, } forces he has built up AA eos ented at dawn today by an Al BRUSSELS, March 25 gainst humanity Cooke ae a on a naval
5 ila aeethada ait + . : 5 s Inion decision, w tani ti) es We ‘ ss uli, arcn < ga ; aa ; submarine,-—Reuter.
te whic cculd give both nationwide mass action and} workers eatateies of THE Social Christian (Catholic) Party, which unresery | ~ARCHBISHOP GARBETT The fo were called
pea and ‘Trinidad 25 seats, |CCa! armed revolt in a town of| Late last night, Union sprke edly supports the return of King Leopold to the thro " : he Trade Union fterwar
maica an Trinidad 20 seats, | 38 990_Reuter ewaeet cee anaes On. eps wwe ‘ i 7 | YORK, March 25 1embers of the Communist Pari
Hominating the majority in the 900. . | men said that the strike would n« announced tonight that it was ready to form a single Part, } The Anglican Archbishco wf the association of victims of I 27 A bl d t
deral Assembly, should the Besa oo Monday, but after a Government, | York, Di yril Garbett, ‘oduyy Fase and the Communist con- d Ll 2 1.
eaker be selected from any ter- all night debate, the All Unior Th \ hold : ¥ * a keihin ted trolled Free Germ Youtt , ,
other than Jamai iD Committee announced “immedia‘ The Catholic hold at era. | described recent Vatican inst: led Free German Youth trie | 4 e Y
) Brito ; é aica or , 1 on eae m rit the sone, inant tions ‘ . faa to me g . g A W
rinidad Areaing that whe main- The Admiral | return to work.” r . ajority i he Senate, ut ail bp 1s eerie . atholic : Be: o Sea earee ‘ vi a t > rr Crash
eaten a iaieniienetan?? A headquarter the nation § d At Ch wo votes ort of a majority | operation with other Chr sti | ie sO » trade unions ani
i tar icted that, develo | Is Pleased alised gas a slectricity sem ande © | the chamber of Deputies | as “disappointing”, but showi iy} f the Police, the DPA said
tarer stated at develop- | | alls (Bas & y Indus’; J - A Catholic \ er | said The 6 o'clock ra rei e d atholic spokesman said tt a “distinct and welcome advance” } IN 1943
ment and resultin, sopula ; eerie z Taco’ Hie LAs ‘ » G ‘he ; velmeted art ice disperse 4
j tial should be “camhareh WASHINGTON, March 25 * | Said she strike was over, but w« ron ir ort . led Joo eee ~ re ne ya faith " co "the ; on ; Wedded Reut
: ; i results of cea did not know here. The werker ailed to get Parliamentary su organ of the Vatican on faith a> > ugency ¢ - er, LONDON, March 2
"Franz R, Dragien, K.C., one of | First results of the formation here. ie werker ; Wie i ; b aoa ; OO! N, March 26
he two ery ost dele- | “¢™mbined naval exercise whien are likely to come back gradually, PRAGUE, March 25 port, they would favour a dissol, morals, last month laid do\ Radio Australia to-day disclos-
f son SCAC, pointed out that | ©@ded in the Caribbean vais week but pressure should be norms Miss Catherine Kos a “41 ton edd atte acelin Catholics iechadah ett {01311 TOO LATE | Slants fies teen ae, ea nalentbone
le , : : ..| tomorrow.”* anaes “ SMaK, ions. Catholics might take part in j>i>! { Y wide heey aes | arse
Hipresentation was not fixed for|®2owed that the United States “mm, larity we year-old assistant Attache at th: its . Cabbnlite. icone. den sonferenceswaimed 1 ine a 4 jcdent in wrucu 127 Australians
al ti d ld corr fleet is making continuing pro- é unpopularity of the gas anc : ; ; e Catholics have declare | conferences aimed at reunion | aug Americans were killed—the
il time and would correspond ae eae eee D electricit trik we, | United States Embassy in Prague,! they would never accept an “The instructions are restrictiv | PARIS, MM 25 } mos ry ; ; f
ath population changes M gress in “air defence and anti icity strike, whch deprived] ~.. ed hak eae ‘ ; d never accept any fur ne instructions are restrictiv PARIS, Maren 25 most serious since the last war. It
eren staved off oe ; tT.) submarine exercises,” the Navy} many Parisians of hot meals, anc | 2!"!V eo to-day by train fron); mula for solution of the Roya | rather than permissive, an | Communist delegates fron} happened in New Guinea. ‘The
Hiesed to him ‘tan, the floor apnounced today. “| was described by French provin wh ae > ad coladines.| problem, which involved “defer | assurned submission to Rome { | “zechoslovakia and Hungary ca | details were withheld by military :
; : : Vice Admi : cial doctors as “Collective Mur. | Where she was flown involuntary | red abdication’ the only reunion the Roma) | enter France for the French Com thori eve >a
dur Saba ee . e Admiral Donald B. Duncan, ! 5“, c e Mur Page tb anny an oe ; na € tne neh Com | authorities. An American Liber-
‘| ales ce BCA —_ Commander of the Second Uniced{ Ce”, Owing to sudden electricicy yesterday as one of 85 passengers} They seek a completely uncon | Catholic Church can contemplate’ | munist Party Congress nea’; ator loaded with bombs, crashed
erates had sworn said Mr. States Task Fleet, who was in reas hospitals, was thought to — aia i ‘Koen ae ae | ditional return of King Leopol, | Garbett said. month, a Foreign Ministyy spokes-| near Port Moresby, hitting five
Delega ‘i M 7 ave contributed to the union’s | V@k planes. iss Kosmak. who is| to the throne. If they refused t “We differ from Rome ain] | man said here today Delegate ruck S
en, to ei ” | overall charge of the manoeuvres, | «, ‘ re . a . ad Sts : : eee vOR®. aah ee oe BF trucks loaded with soldiers and
a at wee * saidhe — pleased- with . the} abandonment of an earlier threat | @/S0 Director of the United States | join a Government under Deveze,| because, with the ancient churche from other Soviet satellite coun { ammunition, the radio said to-day,
ivory of al a aed @) efficiency and resourcefulness” of| to: hold out, until exact figures eee Service libraries in| the resulting Liberal - Socialis,| of the east, we reject the Paps | tries might have diffleulties as_yPart. of the aircraft bomb load
ity at the end of the Tis inc f fe e n nce, Conadian ‘and Dutch wich -tovic! Bidhult’s promised “production | aboard the planes, who have saiil in Parliament. for proof of all doctrine that i | late, he added The spokesmi\ | eye-witess reported a huge wall
Pierefore was not at liberty to *} bonus” they want to return te Czechos! Frans Van -Cauwelert. Presid necessar alv ar }; was commenting on a declaratio f 96 }
| s the argumenis and con- part.—Reuter. Biecabesieia Sac tein a sh vali ans Van -Cauwelert, Presiden} necessary to salvation, and Ny ' g on a declaration 7 of flames stretching for 220 yards.
sits o hice + col he strikers.also won a five per- | Vakla. \ of the Chamber of Deputies and{ value spiritual freedom by the Communist Humaaite tha’ — (Reuter)
r + tla the Commit- 300,000 STRIKE | cent wage inerease, Miss Kosmak said that when) prominent leader of the Catholi “If Anglicans therefore join i) | France is refusing visas to Eas ‘
me Das S report, “TOKYO March 25 Driit Back coo gage in — ‘mete igure Party, said to-night that his party} conference, they should be wel ene ener “in obedience
Mr. Hassock _ Sais . ’ a , x nae | | on its way rom rat‘siava t was ready to take its responsibi! grounded in the claims of the | to their American masvers”’
lati K, who sits on the More than 300,000 Japanese coal Cie . Prague) landed at Erding, a man| ity and ¢ a ae I ir ikl 7 ; : ain f 4 ereciaie ] 000 I °
Muislative Council, staved his| miners today siarted a_ strike} Meanwhiie, ine overall French |~..0. 55 eee : é y and form on all Catholic gov- | church 3ut Anglicans shoul } ‘ 9 atian
ind dia. federation were personal | scheduled to last seven weeks,| S!tike situation—partial stoppage The pas me how gre ‘ reat pbc An official communique \ thank God for millions of devout ie,
iid did not represent the views | f i ah raye| and disputes for the ee, | The passenger had to be removed | later to-night stated that the pres- Roman Catholics, who by the ’ ‘ a
ah s iews | following the rupture of wage! ‘ disputes for the past month, | ;,. | aa ae : ; pres S, ; !
the British Honduras Govern- | negotiations, teuianasters of tha and more in steel, building, coal, | trom | the: plane: (as in , protestei ent Caretaker Premier Gastor | lives, are bearing witness to Ou KILLS 1. INJURES 10 Troops Arrive
ent. iCoal Mineworkers Union an-| ¢0CkS, and smaller industrie: j that he wanted to be flown back | Eyeskens, and the retiring Defence | Lori and Saviour, and they shou! behiitin
~(By Cable) nounced.—Reuter j worsened in the ports while a|'° Czechoslovakia immediately. A | Minister Albert Deveze, a Liberal] pray for those who, in Commun BUENOS AIRES, March 25 I ’ °
| drift back continued elsewhere. | Soe paasetees compipinns leader, bed conferred with Prince | tands, are suffering persecution for ‘ corn in Busnes Aires tried ¢ i Somaliland
_ | French merchant seamen in| Pitterly because her husband was | Charles, the Regent, at the Brus-]| their faith.” Reuter. lynch a hotel kitchen hand, w.
4 | Dunkirk struck for 24 hours tl waiting for her at Prague a rport | sels Royal Palace went berserk and stabbed a young SOMALILAND, March 2%
‘CIDE ON | 1 s or 24 hours this | ‘ : en r , : R you _ SOMALI J, March 23
] | morning, throwing most of the Mi Ps ea | Unvielding ‘ » man to death and injured 10 othe Nearly 1,000 Italian troops, vane
: Miss Kesmak was the only for ne : » . ant tied 4 5 pi » ve
f hy ol | port oe idle as French ships ie amet: hig Thos os dee A The Catholic moves followed Louis Joins A pec pie ree . oe i> The ite f the forces who are taking
| lwere without steam and man- Rp tay ellie we re | Meetir ty ‘i of the Party’ man, Teobaldo Eloy ez, came | over the administrauon of Somali-
CHINA | OMORROW | power. eau ae tier. aap ; Moni a P| General Council c« reoridin: P E Cireus ‘ Will into the hovel epee taves bran- | land from Britain under a 10-year
| | The dock strike was not gen- pilot aA 8 aaa ‘ ae t - executive committee repre { 4 Oe dishing a oe knife and attack- | United Nations mandave, arrived
eral throughout the country er ti 2 i elem atives of its member {Pp | 7 y ed ‘guests. He then dashed into| here today in a troopship.
| LAKE SUCCESS, March 25 Partial stoppages continued in emainnes a "the we base | â„¢ent and provincial leade Not Come Back the street and stabbed several} The handing over of the admin-
A UNITED NAT a 7 ori aa) Marseilles and Brest, but the] ., : ery aia vom A statement issued afterws passersby before the police caugh.) istration in Mogadise ; expect-
f ) Né > ’ : } aes , in) . neaseenger m issued afterwards ; gadiscio is expect
| countrie h i SAO GROUF with es fal ty. Ol} situation in Cherbourg was nor- +e i. ne pe ey said the Party reaffirmed its ‘arne WACO, Texas, March 25 1im, Three of the wounded were;ed to take place on hell tc
wil s, which recognise the Communist regime in China,| mal. The Communist-led C.G.T. ae date eadicded, Mil - in vielding will to ensure all local) Former World ‘Heavyweigh | said tq be seriously ill.—Reuter. | Reuter.
‘ » " > * : aliad ) » ‘ 1 | a ar je sd. Wiss Kosmak e — sor i.
, convene here on Monday with prospects that a new eer a pnt general dock ce pope ni ei hien Aer arte + Con. | Means available and in the short-{Champion Joe Louis announce
ve may be mac . : . : strike for onday in rotest , ; , es . » resun 5 2 , » would defnitel: 12 —
uve may be made to unseat the Nationalist delegate. against the Srrival. cf helavicns sulate in Munich, where arrange- Seen is ee, Oe the ma ae anid sat ni " ——
¢ Tranc wt ¢ . . » 7 . ade s s ona owe se > x stei
| +! The 15 nation Transport and] arms in France. Non-Commun- ments were being made for her} jocording to the wish ox 3 iad Omer pebden: on AG
1 18 S . , ,communications Commission, a] ict dockers have signified that |'eturn to Prague, ‘inh ealiveities of RE, signed a contract
: paniards technical group, meeting on Mon- | they will not support it Miss Kosmak went to Brati a * i; porenium of March 12 by| Canada for a circus, startin
| ° day for its fourth session, includes | ‘The financial committee of the |!2Va to check reporis that visitors | Re); 2 Som > PAQOREY “OF She] May 86.
Imprisoned eight countries recognising Com-| nationalised gas and _ electricity to the American library there hac The a Al-C 1 : Before that he will make ai
}munist China India, Poland, | op resumed cal- |eeen incommoded, She took the 16 Proposed "Ali-t atholic Gov-| exhibition tour to South Americ
Re. oe : organisation today resumed \ # ernment would call a joint session }
OCANA, Toledo, Mareh 25 c zechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, the culations to arrive at a figure for return plane to Prague, fell asleep of the two Houses of Parliam ant Earlier Joe had told oe
|. tences ranging from two to| 5°Viet Union, Britain and Pakis-|the annual “production bonus nd woke up to find herself in| tevide the dkima'a outiret "ee think a comeback to win t
= eats imprisonment were | ‘7 I t Sener Dutcher itn aa — in| statement indicated. seempientiip. alee Oe Sioa
Mmâ„¢Mounced today ' >| The other seven countries re- eteber If euter. More th: :
| : ; ay in the court fore than 300,000 Belgians, wh
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A lorry laden with ten (tons |
dynamite caught fire and ble |
last night killing two pecple a |
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“4 an important Mor . ace »presentatives questions a The csnectacule : *}
ist leader to plar i Se Chinese representatl 1 | Only last July, Buck arrived in The spectacular blast kno
iene. nt wel ettled. : Net kee te a ut for hims BLICANS down a dozen or more bystander
eek But these have now ne way ree to ee = om oe A | Seven were treated for mino I
_—_— lto a general feeling that Russia | ! error sts were ely to | : se | injuries. O
A ; a |wants to converse on all out- j hs plans to make a new jan oe SCOTT RANKINE | campaign strategy, last week} The explosion dug a five metre
lstralians Fi ht | standing United National issues | as ee glare. es ASHING TON, March 25. openly blamed Acheson’s Far| deep crater throughout the con
: a between east and west | cde chad), pam at with. | The “Acheson Must Go” drive} Eastern Policy for the loss of| crete pavement, tore down powe 9
Floods The United Nativns cannot) Singapore this ae we ; i. Jis causing concern in Diplomatic | China “to the Communists”. They| lines in the sparsely settled are Ou re
oe tackle any important political | filming organise ed “The Washington charged him with the almost| 2nd scattered bits of the truck for y
T “UBOURNE, March 25 Issue, eres. ret ar Li a Eek ih ttheds Republicar efforts to force the | treasonable alliance of subversive| 80 yards around. The two
f lle, pe miles down the; {8s a‘liv nt le ce Ave ignation, as Secretary of State,| elements pro-Communists and! Whe died had parked their car | . }
len \ les doy : live ungle nat of Dean Ache tr j , ft , oa spec > i wh ;
es wy gee ‘River from Tnited Nauons Secretary Gt Cc so" and “Fang And Claw”. | ¢p re “ veson came out int | spies in the American diplomatic} inspect the burning lorry wi a in
Wale 2282 Wagga, New Sout! ( Try; ot eclaration this igo © eS . | the open this week service exploded with a roar.—Reuter
8, dda 25 POULT owa] veve Lie’s declaration i ; j _ Y a ae Sad ° ,
dba day Worked feverishly ou] -**.). th it settlement of the Unil- Known as a wild animal auther | 4% es his being oustec Acheson ought to be able to)
ae Darricades age ' - ae ae S atom Etairio | it : : t eller ar are remote jut- concern arise ly for s ee . f
ion. p, €S against inu lations deadlock about Chi vy. writer, explorer, traveller a 3 rely for support of his party's >
§ People 1; ed Nations dea‘tloc : Pas ah : : = party :
Reece tOPIe living in danger | °¢, Nations terion was “urgent” | fim producer, he was President « |from. the | realisation that the} leaders in Congress, or even on Dies ancer Sree ORME Late
a itenie ac uated 1 W as -ative’. before the ‘ral i iterprises Incorpor- | Pollucal weakness Acheson's 2 ; aan. te ae . ' i
Pate Tue Wehiece tnod nia and imperative”, before the +» | Frank Buck Enterprises heha | positicn. hampers the pondnat of] eepublican leaders, who have; HAVANA, Cube, March 25
Pitder water py the town! oral Assembly met in September, | ated Among the count en Ry ers the conduct of} collaborated with him through five Senator J. Manuel Aleman This f British
MOY receding > Hoods ot was seen by observers here as! yisited were Malay Indiv. | | States Foreign Policy, may| years of post-war bi-partisan} of Cuba’s wealthiest men i is Tamous ritis ¥
000 peop). | vo-thirds of |, warning that the World organi- | Borneo, New Gui ea, Afr en Acheson s influence at the| diplomacy. But the great Repub-| died here of cancer, aged 45
Reuter lad been evacuated. | cation might collaps?, if the pr South America : rnree Conference in Europe} lican bi-partisan Foreign Policy| The senator was the Minister o All-Steel Bicycle 3
lems were not solved by, then —Reuter. | eed = ing, and will make more} leader, Senator Arthur Vanden-| Education in the Government ‘
i A United Sta/es a a | j difficult the piloting through Con-| berg, is more or Nys8 out of public| formed by the vhen President, D1 ‘ d i oe
favour of the seat to a ©nl gress of legislation to aid non-| liff through illness. |} Ramon Grau San Martin, in June supplie in Ladies

12 . ; non Gi Marti
0 MILLION FOR SPAIN Communist delegate is duled 15 Killed In Jana Asi. countries in Europe] And Acheson’s strongest source | 1947. While holding this post, he










. , of domestic political rem and Asia } lea) ¢ figured prominently in the Cayo ' '
Ss because of dome ronan ita. _ of political strength, comes from} -—°~ a oe an n
The Naw Y ORK, March 25 cussions, But some l nite - i C; h The “Acheson Must go” ca the loyalty to him of President| Confites expedition of 1947—one Ge ts models, i
York = al City Bark -f New| tions observers believe tha Pa Plane ras ;}paign has become the spearhead| Truman himself jof many aimed at unseating the | } a
1OuNnced + a _ ° is ato ild g “neu'Ta +} a6 alin ; . ‘ | inicz icta Ge afae iP
“te ‘ Oday that it had} United State coulc +s ot re : ISTANBUL, March 28 jof the increasingly bitter Republi Recalling that the President! pee aad dictator, Gen, Rafael | at } t
$20,000,000 to! members a hint ec : Fifveen people died today wh¢ | 4 a < upon the Tru lefeated the Republican Party|~~ I o Ms . 9 Ss inte Atoanen | if
. munist representation. — florts re As : ,| Govert t in the current po almost singlehanded in the Presi n May, 1948, Senavor Aleman} et
, 2ritain is continuing her CHOF s stat iriine amen ; ' la eres see. Sale Si- | was é » exi f -| } ‘
1 letail Britain ntir A ng Boerts : rc bias + burst | C4 ampaign for the Congression iential election of 1948, Achesen’s was AMONS the exiled Cuban lead | } *
Spain, ‘The loat the “neutral” Securit shed and burst Sections next November ee rr eet ers, including the former Dictator AVE SHEPHERD & ; ir
prort u t é ss aie The ae ng nae ; eo vere Sane ‘ fruman's| President, Gen. Fulgencio Basta. | ” t
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i ‘ ; é tive { Nester ‘ - } 1
; fi : oe ‘ | , : erre r ‘ampaign from Miami, Florida n| Distributors
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Toy Soldiers. display,

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uccessful concert staged on th
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on Wedtiesday evening. The Con-



rt was staged by e Policc

| Band under the auspices of th
St. James branch of the Civic
and was well attended

Cirele,
The Civie Cirele hopes in the not

| stand, provide seats, and make
| this spot a regular entertainment
| centre for the Parish of St. James

Variety
RENCH, German, American,
British, and Venezuelans were
on B.W.1A’s La Guaira flight
yesterday. Out of a total of nine
passengers, this was quite a
variety of nationalities.
“Pretty Spot”
R. JULIAN FIORINI and Mr
and Mrs. T. Bamford who
live in Montreal arrived yesterday
by T.C.A. on their first Barbados
holiday. They are T.C.A. em-
ployees and several crew members
who have been to Barbados since
the service opened, have told
them that Barbados from the air
s; one of the prettiest spots on
| earth. They are here for about
weeks and are staying at
Cacrabank

Nine Inches Of Snow

of Arnprior, Ontario,
and General Manager of a

| Company which manufactures all
Telephone Company woodwork,
| Which is used all over Canada, is

two



| Mr. R. M. Simpson, who with
| his wife, arrived yesterday by
from Canada to spend

Pt.C.A.
| three weeks at the Ocean
| Hotel.
| They had never heard of Barba-
| dos, until a Travel Agency recom-
mended it an ideal holida
resort; and it may interest thos?
Canadian visitors who are still in
| the island enjoying our sunshine
ind sea bathing, that on Friday
| night when they left Canada for
Barbados, they left it under nine

inches of snow.

ty

View

as

HOWAL Worthings

SHOW





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ted Artists Presents

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D LAMOUR, Clair TREVOR

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DONLEVY, Irene HERVEY

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HUNT STROMBERG PRESENTS

GEORGE SANDERS, LUCILLE
BALL

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BORIS CARLOFF



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hobert CUMMINGS,
Br‘an DONLEVY

in
HEAVENS ONLY KNOWS”

with Marjorie REYNOLDS

Bill GOODWIN

OLYMPIC

Last Show Tonight at 9.45

M-G-M Prevent
BLOSSOMS IN THE DUST”

GARSON, Walter
Felix BRESSART.

irring Greer

PIUGEON,

Band staged at Government House :
Grounds during the recent visit "?Y'
of Her Royal Highness, Princes
Alice, was the central item of a

Honeymooners Leave

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Caracas by B.W.1.A.L
Mr. Porso is a

Caracas.



businessm

Keturnee On Friday
Eliz:

Ml Sears

Br tish

abeth Ma Carthy



after a short visit

Guiana and Tobago, r

| too distant future, to erect a band- turned via Trinidad on Frida

afternoon by B.W.I.A. and is
once more staying at the Marine
Hotel. Her mother is in British
Guiana and will be returning to
Barbados on Tuesday.

Still Going On

R. JOHN HARRISON, Arts

Officer of the British Council
who arrived from Trinidad told
Carib that’he may go to Antigua
today if he can get air reservation.
His Art Exhibition is still going
on in Trinidad.

“Cherry Orchard”

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Anton Tchehov, translated
and adapted for radio by Harold
Bowen and produced by Mary
Hope Allen will be broadcast
tonight from 8.30 p.m. to 10.00
p.m. in the series World Theatre.

As usual the British Council
centre “Wakefield,” will be open
for the convenience of listener:
to this series.

Fay Compton, heads the cast
portraying Madame Ranevsky; her
daughter Anya aged 17 is played
by Beryl Calder, and Varya her
adopted daughter, aged 24 by
Griselda Harvey. Other actors in
the cast are Boris Ranevsky,
Edward Chapman, Walter Hudd
and Morland Graham. It is a

comedy in four acts.

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I nf whe with his wife, returned
estérday by T.C.A. to their h
Ottawa after two wee!

farbaces) at
tel T



i 1 h he wa n holisay
he couki not help having a 1K
at the new airfield and he thinks
that we will soon have a very fine
airport at Seawell,

Also returning
Engineer of

was
the

yesterday

an Assistant
Department of Transport Mr.
G. W. Smith, who has been stay-

ing at the Ocean View Hotel,

Here’s roping
Y BOSS Mr. Messenger, who
- is a frequent visitor to your
isfa.d told us about Barbados and
gave us the idea of coming here,
said Mr. ‘Ted’ Love who arrived
from Canada yesterday by T.C.A.
accompanied by his wife. They
-ve here for two weeks staying at
the Ocean View Hotel.
Loves live in Toronto, and Carib
has this to say about their stay,
“We hope the Loves will love it!”

Retired
T. COL. W. A. LEWIS, who
retired from the Army at the
end of the Second World War
and Mrs. Lewis returned to
Toronto yesterday by T.C.A. after
one month’s holiday at the Crane
Hotel. “The air and sea bathing

are lovely up there.”

Off To St. Kitts

M®: MANSERGH DUKE, who
has been holidaying here
with his sister Mrs. Gall, and his
brother Col. O. St. A. Duke, left
yesterday by B.W.1.A. for St. Kitt.
to visit another of his sisters, Mrs.
C. G. Winter who he has not seen
in twenty six years. He will be
in St. Kitts for three weeks, then
returning here for another week
before leaving for Trinidad on his
return trip for Canada.

Went Fishing

D* J. PARILLI
tractive wife returned to
Venezuela yesterday by B.W.I.
Airway’s La Guaira flight. They
both speak English very well and
they told “Carib” how much they
had enjoyed their two weeks at
the Paradise Beach Club, having
zone fishing several times in the
Club’s launch, besides many other
sight seeing trips by car around
the island.

R. end Mrs. F. ROTONDARO

and their three children, and
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Forsythe
who are also from Venezula and
staying at the Paradise Beach
Club were at Seawell to see them
off. The Rotondaros are here
until the end of the Easter Holi-

days





and his at-

Not Sure

’ RS. LLOYD THOMAS of

“Seabourne”, St. James left
yesterday for Antigua by B.W.1.A.
She is due to leave Antigua for
New York today by P.A.A., and
will visit Washington and perhaps
California during her stay in the
United States. She was not surt
just how long she would be away

Sit Down

NARIB was at Kensington yes-
C, terday to see the Empire
Rovers football match. Footbal

a very exciting game, but cer
tainly the people sitting in the
front rows might have some con
sideration for those behind. From
the very start of play everyone
in the front got up making almost
Kensington

all of the crowded 1 .
Stand, remain on their feet f¢

the entire match. z
iu, # >: «mere er

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at the
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Easter Saturday
8th April

e
Evening Dress

optional
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MUSIC by Arnold
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The.

At Battery House

RS. MARIA SALAZAR, who

has been spending a holiday
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Matlock
at Battery House, St. Lawrence,
returned to Venezuela yesterday
by B.W.LA. after a stay of over
three weeks.

Since January
R. and Mrs. RENSSELAER
BARTRAM, who are from
New York, have been living in
Antigua since January, where
they own property in the Mill
Reef Estate. They will be
turning to New York at the end
of April. While in Antigua they
are staying at the Mill Reef Club.
They were here for one week as

guests at the Colony Club.

re-

New Appointment

ISS I. P. MEARMAN
arrived here on March 18th
the “Golfito,’ left yesterday
by B.W.LA. for Antigua where
she will be taking up her new
appointment as Matron of the
Alexander Hospital. She hopes
to be in Antigua for two or three
years.

18th Century Water Colour
Of Barbados

A from United

generously pre-

VISITOR the
States has

sented to the Museum a delightful
18th Century watercolour view o
Bridgetown, painte1 by J. Burvill.
It is a very welcome addition to
the Museum’s collection which
contains only a few topographical
water colours of the Island. It is
a water colour drawing in the
traditional manner; the line draw-
ing has been shadowed, and the
colours added to suggest coloui
alone, and not, as in most 19th
century water colours, imitating
oil painting technique

According to the legend on the
water colour, ‘A view of Barba-
dos taken 20th May, 1707’ it wa
painted twelve years after Samue!

(by

Copen’s somewhat fanciful en-
greving “A Prospect of Bridge

’

town in Barbados.” A comparison
of these views is of considerable
interest. The water-colour will
remain on special exhibition a
the Museum until 8th April.

The Exhibition of paintings by
Arnold Prince and Garner Francis
of Antigua will also end on 8th
April.

Comings And Goings
My": PEGGY ABERCROMBY,

Air Hostess of B.W.I.A
returned to Trinidad on Friday
after spending a short holiday in
Barbados.

Mr. Charles Peirce, Director of
Jas. A. Lynch and Co. Ltd. left’
for Trinidad by B.W.I.A. on
Saturday.

who!





























“ANNOUNCING the immediate departure of Trans-Canada’s flight . . .
the public address system yesterday at Seawell, sending twenty-seve
the plane. Here are a group of them as they made their way toy

Canadians Return

R. and Mrs. A. A. Hargratt

who are from Toronto and
have been staying at the Windsor
left yesterday by T.C.A., after five
weeks holiday. Also at the
Windsor were Mr. George Hender-
son and his daughter Gwen who
have been in Barbados for three
weeks. Mr. Henderson is Vice
President of Consolidated Paper
Corporation.

Was In London For



Discussions

R. A. D. HODGSON, Director

General of Telecommunica-
tions Aeronautical returned from
London via Canada yesterday by
TCA. He was in London for
discussions in connection with the
International Civil Aviation Con-
ference due to commence in
Havana on 11th April.

PICTURED here is what is claimed to be the only tree growing
It grows in a pickle jar of water,

the north side of Piccadilly.
it stands—nearly 3 ft. high—on

Court, one of London's exelusive hotels.

it is an avocado pear.
was in the Merchant Navy during the war, saw many of these i
Three months ago he saw an avocado pear

recognise the tree:

in the tropics.

left on a breakfast plate and planted it.



BY THE WAY

* 1s not so long ago that Van
Meegeren made the “art

erts” look very foolish by show-
ng them that it is not the picture

ex-

hat must be admired, but the
lame attached to it.

Having raved about a “Ver-
neer,” for instance, they found

t was not really so good if it was
1 Van Meegeren. And now a
‘renchman has perfected i
1ethod of reproducing pictures by
hotography and screen printing,
vhich makes them indistinguish-
ible from the originals. {t ought
o be great fun selling reproduc-
ions of old masters by the thous-
ind to collectors of taste and dis-
rimination. I can hear many
tastaquouere boasting that he ha
1 superb collection of Titian’
‘Pietro Aretino,” 23 in all

Smart-Allick Becomes Smug
HE March number of the

Narkover Magazine contains a
rather priggish article signed by
Headmaster.

the The article,

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By

referring to recent attacks on the
publie schools, and particularly on
Narkover, points out that at Nar-
kover the cosh is unknown, and
that it is the products of compul-
sory State education who are con-
ducting the present campaign of
violence all over England, ‘Human
weaknessess such as gambling and

cheating at cards and_ other
games,” says the article, “are as
common at Narkover as at any
other public school, and sensa-
tional journalism will no doubt
centinue to make copy out of us
But the present trend of life in
the world outside is beginning to

make our Narkover boys look like
a pack of angels.”

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Or Thereabouts
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West Indians will no dal
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It flourished.

BEACHCOMBER

of the twin Calkett-stanclie
It was impossible, in such a#
to burn any more hay, Pull
paddle did their best, Duy
rocket was blown out ot}
course, and lost a litte}
Watchers in the fields over §
she passed (“Sailing mal
ally,” said the North Hun
Messenger) cheered stupitt
there was ne a
(b) they coulan nt
Coos aboard the red
should have A
they frightened the young
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drifted at the mercy
losing height slowly, m
a bit now and then. tt 7
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The Few
By «¢.
and pursuit of gold have
’ - and thrilling tales. but
if reasure Of Sierra Madre” now show-
Theatre, ( Life Magazine says it
senuinely deserves to be





y two down-al
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A to one
¢ the night. There, the,
aks next to Howard (Wal-
oe an) an old goid prospe
p Hus ing forth to the

E who is holding

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re, they







‘mates on his favourite
ary The two men become
i acl. : 1 :
oe pe and the next day, alone
Ott ith Howard, they decide to pool
Seni they are
; rees, such as they are,
ir aA by a lottery ticket
S, j Penbbs has won, they decide ?
‘ which up into the Sierra Madre , .
i , tains to prospect fol gold. —reener_ ore Boag
S eotually they strike it, = in HUMPHREY BOGART
Rd ~ : I 0.
: quantiuies oat ee a gale hs pie 4
eee over dre with sincerity and feeling, and
len, mee though emotionally he is the soft-
‘ty est of the three, he leaves you in

- * Character





otk ss int uspicion "0 doubt as to his actions in a
m oAt ee creep nto the minds tight situation,
and distrus though tl are | All in all, “Treasure of Sierra

of them, and
B forced by cireurn
F together, the 1!



stances to remain Madre” is an excellent film, and

» character of the ‘ain criticism I would make





each man becomes apparent, be mn Mere pescuction might have
ric I 2 re fy
bs, hard, suspic brutal, © effective had it been

filmed in technicolour, With the
ae ae oughts of @xception of a few studi tti
entertains thoughts of ©xcep oo te eee
ee is partners’ shares by! it is laid entirely in the hinter-
aeuii award, phil as land of Mexico and the photo-
mu es: sheapactor, sraphy is superb, For a change,

hater than any of thet ne the there are no women in the cast.

one desire is gold, gold and









ae Throughout the film, th i
eigen che a man 1 al le film, the music
just for oO maar ood by Max Steiner is excellent. It is

ry, maintalr on ane
5 Be lance in the relationships 2lways in complete harmony with
a at the three men. Curtin, the the action, and would, by itself,

‘ ; : be it manok
gest, who is essentially hon- impressive,





a est and entertains thoughts of a
0 it farm, is interested in gold ; a
my insofar as it will bring him It Wasn't Errol
his heart’s desire and does his best
tomake Dobbs see the folly of his

Flynn After All

HOLLYWOOD: Lassie has a
rival, Francis, a 12-year-old mule,
making a personal appearance

Suways, Eventually, when through
en stances, Howard leaves the
to save the life of a small
boy, Dobbs attempts oO
mer Curtain, and thi him





heads back ation aoe of America. In New Orleans,
he gold. The f fe appeared’ on TW and led a

Ca s an unexpe arade, A Buffalo, New York,
:, ill fbn wai to.4 department store made him guest
oe ies” pene of honour for a day. In Miami,
pyours ° Fiordia, the Swank Roney Plaza

Brutal
Humphrey Bogart,

“Treasure of Sierra

Hotel gave him a cabana to him-
eif. Francis’s claim to notoriety is
ed on his voluble assertion, in



ed in 2 movie called “Francis”, that he

w portrays brilliantly the fought and won the battle of
Of an avaricious down-and- Burma almost singlehanded, In
men who, through his greed hi; movie debut Francis earns
gold, loses all sense of decency 45 9 week.

proportion. His acting is

bitter and unbelievably
f at times—all emotions
ih he has been portraying for
fs on the screen. In
Wer's opinion, the fines;
pihat of Walier Huston.





UP IN THE AIR
NEW YORK.

New theatre-goers’ fad—shows
29 floors up in the air, Sarah
: ea Ee « Churchill recently starred at one

sep of the eee Se ten of these new playhouses in the
caret ey tal eens his many sky. It was in a penthouse atop
successes. As the old Ansley Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia
Dector, who has made and lost
he is superb, and his
phy and sympathy bring to
im a deep feeling of human





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Mirthday Greetings
Happy Birthday to Pearl Brath-

Standing. Young Tim Holt waite and Arthur Lucas who cele-
Adsome and attraciive—por- brate their birthdays this week.
his vole throughout the film May you have a jolly time.

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Girl Guide In

Ceylon, Hong Kong

Lady Seuthorn’s Talk
The Guides will t

to know that Lady Sou
Save a very delightful t
Annual Meeting of
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1e Cy
Association on
Wednesday, 22nd March,
been an active member df
Guide Movement for many years.
She has been Isiand Commissione
of Ceylon as well as Hong Kons.

In her talk Lady Southorn said
that she was a personal friend of
the Chief Scout and Lady Baden
°owell and that it was while she
was staying with them at their
home, Pax Hill, (in Hampshire,
England) that she Was persuaded
to play an active part in Guiding.
She said that there was always
such a happy atmosphere in the
B-P home, the Scout and Guide

ws were actively carried out
and above all such a high sense
of humour prevailed. She said it
must be realised that while ;t
is necessary to have a_ certain
number of rules and regulations
for the running of any Organisa—
tion, Scouting and Guiding are a
game of fun and adventure.

The Chief Scout used to say
that we must not allow ourselves
to be bound up by too much red
tape, but that this should become
“pink elastic.” She said that the
Chief Guide was still in South
Africa and would be back in
England in May, when she is ex-—
pected to see her, as Hampton
Court Palace, where the Chie(
Guide lives, is only 6 miles from
her (Lady Southorn’s) home,

Lady Southorn said that she
had been present at an enrolment
in Barbados and she was very
impressed by the ceremony, which
spoke well for the high standard
of Guiding in the Island. She
felt and knew that Guiding was
the finest Movement for girls and
that she wished that all girls and
young married women would take
an interest in the Organisation
either by becoming members of
the Local Association or by offer.
ing their services as leaders, She
hoped to be returning to Barbados
again and that she would see
more of Guiding in the Island.

Book Stall

The Book Stall for the Girl
Gujidds’ Fair on 8rd June i:
urgently in need of Books and
Magazines. Will anyone who has
any books or magazines to give
away, get in touch with Miss
Nora Burton, St. Michael’s Gir!s
School (Phone 3116), who will
call and fetch them.



Across

2. They mostly have their eyes
bend them. (8)

. Right-handedness, (9)

Found in a bad olive grove, (3)
She's in 1] Across, (5)

Match! (3)

Place in Algeria for Dame E, (5)
Originally the gallows. (7)
Bend in a registered parcel, (8)
Contests produce cares. (5)
Exist next morning. (4)

Late again upset. (4)

Out you go with this before. (3)
. When: you've got it you've kos he
lot. (5) 24, Nobody omitted. (8)

Down

1. A bad pleat is easy to fit seem-
ingly. (9)

. Search a tree for this. (8)
Introduced from abroad. (6)
Tomb & mob may need after
this. (4 4)

Such & person is well known (9)

. Looks like something between a
fox and a weasel. (5-3)

7. Spirit of the air. (5)

9. It has been thumbed. (4) {

10. Plant with prickly head, (6)) !

18 ae a letter from the par (4)

20, Women guard its secret, ( 2

21, Also the last clue Down, (8)

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me about my cauliflower
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Gerberas (Barbertom Daisy)
means of propaga-
root division. To «a
this take up an old large clump
of Gerberas that has flowered, pull
the clump apart until you have
several small bunches, each with
some roots attached. Plant these
native of South in a well prepared bed about

separating the seeds. In ten te
should be up, but they will
London Srvress Sarvice be ready to be planted out ir
Gerberas planted from seed do
not come “true”. That is to say,
planted from a white Gerber:
or Ma Crs will produce in turn white flow-
ers. The flowers may be of any
exciting.
The other
new addition to our Barbadian
gardens, but they have become
here to stay. Gerberas, or, as they
are sometimes called “Barberton

twelve days the young seedlings
their final bed for three months
d ili t
(rar ening in § there is no certainty that seed:
colour, which is of course, most
Gerberas are a comparatively tion .s by
so popular that they are certainly
Daisies”, are a

Africa where they can be seen foot apart to allow for theii
growing wild on the Veld, a love- spreading.
ly sight. Gerberas are slow growers, and

Their popularity in Barbados i
well deserved. Not only do th
fiowers come in a number of de- time to recover and to start
lightful shades ranging from But it must be remembered that
deep red to palest shell pink, in once they have been replanted
white and in different shades of they give no more trouble for

when divided and re-planted
this way they take a considerablk

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cally right through the

Their dainty daisy like flo
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rile West Indies, for the first time in their history, will be repre-
i sented at the Bisley meeting in England that takes place be-
tween July 10 and July 22 this y Twenty-eight marksmen, seven
each from British Guiana, Trinidad, Jamaica and Barbados leave
for England in batches during June to arrive in England in time for
the meet.

Few sportsmen will "fail to offer their deepest congratulations
to the British West Indies Shooting Council on their vision and in-
dustry in making this visit on the part of the West Indies possible.

Shooting is a form of sport that is enjoyed by comparatively few
and there are little or no funds accruing from crowds who would pay
to watch competitions axis the case with most other organised forms
of sport. Hence it is to the credit of the sportsmen in these mem-
ber colonies of the British West Indies Shooting Council who have
endeavoured, primarily by their own efforts, to place West Indian

shooting on the map of the world.
A FITTING SOURCE OF PRIDE

T WILL be a fitting source of pride to those res ponsible for the
I tour to know that the West Indies team will be in England,
matching their skill at shooting with teams from the Mother Coun-
try, Canada, Australia, South Africa and India at the same time
that a West Indies cricket team, drawn from the same four colonies
will be throwing down the gauntlet to the cream of English cricket.

Further scope for testing cut the prowess of the West Indies
team will be provided in that the Committee of the National Rifle
Association will permit any individual Colony, which may have four
lable after the West Indies team of eight has been chosen, to
Colony in the Colonial Shoot for the Junior Kolapore
known “The Morning Post” and “T

men avai
represent that
und Junior MacKinnon,
Barnet” respectively.
SEVEN SELECTED FROM BARBADOS

HE selection of the seven to comprise the Barbados team was

announced on Friday and around this, ntost of the local in-
terest in the Meet will naturally
be centred.

Lt.-Colonel J. Connell was the
automatic selection for the cap-
taincy of the Barbados team. He
is the only member of the team
who has already had any expe-
| rience of the Bisley ranges, hav-
ing already shot there.

“The

as

A marksman with a fine repu-
tation throughout the West
Indies, Joe Connell has establish-
ed many intercolonial shooting
records during his long shooting

career and has won many tro-
phies indeed.
Major Griffith is the oldest

member of the side but is one of
the mainstays, his record being
second in excellence only to that
of Colonel Connell.

A “Who's Who of the members
of the team appears elsewhere in
this issue but with marksmen of
the calibre of Major A. S, War-
ren, Captain C. R. E, Warner, Lt. C. E. Neblett, Lt. J. M. Cave and
Mr. T. A. L. Roberts completing the team, the Selectors have justi-
fiably ignored any temptation to experiment and have chosen an
experienced and well balanced team.

EMPIRE WIN TWICE AS SEASON OPENS

“HE 1950 football season, just over a week old, promises to be

keenly contested one. Crowds have attended the four First
Division fixtures so far played at Kensington and the three games
in the Second Division played at Queen’s Park have also created con-
siderable interest.

In the first Division, Empire who won on Saturday, March 18 by
two goals to one from Carlton, in the opening fixture of the season,
the



LT. COL, J. CONNELL

a

repeated this win yesterday by a similar margin, this time at
of Pickwick-Rovers,

expense

Thi ives Empire two straight wins while Spartan, last season's

yn their only engagement having defeated Pickwick-

R I hursday Everton scored an easy win over College on
will have two stiff engagements this week when they

Carlton and the powerful Empire team.



Second Division Notre Dame made an impressive debut
cupholders in this divtsion for the past two season
champiotr by one oal to love in the opening fixture
1 thi eason

NOTRE DAME IMPRESSES
W larly impressed with the speed and dash of the Notre
J howed that they deservt their promotion
Phis ion this season They will take much watching

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Division competition opens on Tut day this week
pal ite in A ciation football last season, are
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first time
have always finished with the leaders and with their old
jotre Dame having to field a Second Division team as well

ii 1 they will take a lot of watching

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Liverpool
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LONDON, March 25.

Liverpool earned the right to
meet Arsenal in the final of the
Football Association Cup Assem-
bly on April 29 by beating Everton
by 2 goals to 0 at Manchester
today. Liverpool, lying fourth in
the first Division, have a great
chance to accomplish the “double”
of League championship and cup.

Manchester United, heading
League One, were the only leaders
of the four divisions to lose today.
United went down 3—0 at
Huddersfield. They still lead
with 45 points, followed by Black-
pool, held to a draw by lowly
placed Birmingham at home,
with 43 points and Sunderland,
who drew 2—2 at Charlton,
points.

42

Second Division leaders Totten-
ham Hotspurs held their 11 points
lead over their nearest rivals
Sheffield United. Spurs beat West-
ham 4—1 in the local derby at
Tottenham, but Sheffield United
gained a grand 5—1 away victory
over Bury.

Spurs B. now have 55 points t
United 44.

Notts-County increased their
lead in League 3 South 4 points
with a 20 win over Millwall,
while their nearest rivals Torquay
lost 2—0 to Bristol Rovers at
Bristol.

Doncaster Rovers won away by
four goals to one at Oldham to
bring their total points in the
northern section to 46.

Second in the table, Rochdale,
lost at Lincoln by 20, have 43
points.

Results of matches in the U.K.
are:

Scottish League Division B.: Albion
Rovers 3, Ayr United 5. Dunfermline
Athletics 2, Airdrionians i, Forfar
Athletic 0, Hamilton Academicals 2,
Kilmaanock 3, Alloa Athlete 0, Morton 3,
Arbroath 1. Queen's Park 1, Cowden-
breath 2. Stenhouse Muir 1, Dundee
United 5. Johnstone 2, Dumbarton :

First Division: Aston Villa 0, Burniey
1 Blackpool 1, Birmingham City 1
Charlton Athletic 2, Sunderland 2. Full-
ham 2, Arsenal 2. Huddersfield Town 3,
Manchester United 1. Middlesbrough 3
Derby County 1. Neweastle United

bolton Wanderers 1. Portsmouth 4,

Chelsea 0. Wolverhampton Wanderers 2
City 1

Second Division: Blackburn Rovers 0,
Luton Town 0, ‘ack Queen's
Park Rangers 0. Brentford 2, Coventry
City 0. Bury 1, Sheffield United
Cardiff City 3, Barnsley 0 Leicester

City 1, Grimsby Town 0. Chesterfield 2
Preston Northend 0. Hull City 1, South
ampton 2. Plymouth Argle 0, Swansea
Town 1. Sheffield Wednesday 5, Leeds
United 2. Tottenham Hotspurs 4, West
lam United 1.

Srd Division, Northern: Accrington
Stanley 1, Hartlepools United 2. Barro'y
1, Bradford 0, Carlisle United 0, New
Prighton 0, Crewe Alexandra 1, Chester
2. Lincoln City 2, Rochdale 0. Mans
field Town 2, Darlington 1 Oldharr
Athletic 1, Doncaster Rovers 4.
dam United 2, Halifax Town 1, Tranmer
Rovers 2. Southport 0. Wrexh
Gateshead 1 York City 1, Stockport
County 1

Scottish League Division A: Celtic 4,
East Fife 1; Dundee 1, Third Lanark 4;
Hibernian 5, St. Mirren 0; Motherwell 5,
Aberdeen 1; Partick Thistle 3, Falkirk 1;
Queen of the South 1, Rangers 2; Raith
Rovers 2, Hearts 0; Sterling Albion 1,
Clyde 2.

Third Division Southern: Bornemouth 2,
Aldershot 1; Bristol Rovers 2, Torquay
United 0; Crystal Palace 1, Nottingham
Forest 1; Exeter City 0, Bristol City 0;
Ipswich Town 2, Brighton and Hove 2;
Leyton Orient 2, Newport County 1;
Notts County 2, Millwall 0; Port Vale 2,
Walsall 0; Reading 4, Norwich City 1;
Southend United 2, Swindon Town 0;
Watford 0, Northampton Tov 0.

—Reuter,







SUNDAY

Empire



ADVOCATE



Defeat

Rovers 2-I

PICKWICK-ROVERS suffered their second set
the season when they were defeated

back for

by Empire by the odd

goal in three in their first division football fixture at Ken-
sington yesterday afternoon before another big crowd.

Maurice Jones who formerly
kept goal for Maple Football Cluo
in Trinidad, turned i
Empire in that role yesterday
while Smith their “keeper
at centre forward.

The Empire forwards missed
many opportunities during the
afternoon but definitely had the
better of the game. Pickwick-
Rovers, although drawing iirst
blood did not really get going.
They got their lone goal during
the first half hour when Croney
their inside left climaxed a good
forward movement to beat Jone
with a hard shot,

For Empire McCollin scored
both goals during the second half,
the first being the result of a
penalty.

Pickwick Rovers who kicked
towards the goal from the
pavilion end, were the first to at-
tack, but their front line failed t

out i

playea

penetrate their opponents’ de
fence.

Raids
Empire soon took over and
Smith, their centre forward after

receiving, tried a good shot which
Hill saved, but gave a corner in
so doing. Nothing however re-
sulted from the kick which was
taken by McCollin ‘rom the right
side,

Empire now kept up a series of
raids on their opponents’ citadel,
but Hill seemed to be always in
position. At one time, Drayton,
Empire’s inside left, after receiv-
ing from McCollin on the right
wing, kicked out from inside the

area when attempting to place
the ball into the corner of the
goal.

Empire seemed to have things
their own way at this stage of
the game and in another attack,
Smith sent in a hard one and this
time, Hill turned it around the
corner, but nothing resulted from
the kick.

Pickwick-Rovers now got
possession and in a good forward
movement Croney, their inside
left after receiving from Wilkes
beat Jones with a hard shot to
open the scoring.

Encouraged by their success
Pickwick-Rovers again attacked,
trying to increase their lead, but
their efforts were nullified by their
opponents’ defence. Empire on the
other hand fought for the equali-
ser, but the interval was taken
with the score 1—0 in favour of
Pickwick-Rovers.

On resumption, Empire made
another bid for the equaliser and
Drayton tried one from outside
the area, but Hill gathered dnd
saved. It was not long after this
that they were awarded a penalty
as a result of foul play by one
of the Pickwick-Rovers defenders
McCollin took the kick and made
no mistake,

Missed Chance

Empire were now pressing for
all their worth, but failed to put
themselves in the lead when
Robinson kicked across the goal
with only the “keeper” to over-
come. No sooner was the ball
out of the Pickwick-Rovers area
than it was back again. Alleyne
the Empire wing half took a long
shot which Hill gathered and
cleared,

Pickwick-Rovers now mede an

It must be remembered that this offer had been made through

ense of
(hat will be their contribution to
prising the team.

The West Indies, cursed and bewitched as they
false sense of pride and an utter

patriotism and the businessmen stand to make no p

b
the welfare of the members con

are with this

disregard for the realities of life

might feel bound to turn this offer down since it might be ccfisidered

an insult to England,

They would rather tighten their belts, get beaten and return feeling
that they had done their best to help the Mother Country regain a
considerable measure of her pre-war world cricket domination at their

loyal and loving expense,

I might point out here and now that’the Australians had a special

ship to convey food supplies for

this purpose and the member f

the visiting athletic teams to the 1948 Olympics in England took

plementary rations as well.

This is no suggestion that England will not treat the West ly
as royally as their resources will permit and I am sure that there |

not the slightest chance of anyone

ished because of the tour.

of the team becoming undernour

On the other hand, the provision by the

West Indies of any essential food commodities would offset any
drain on a source of supply already taxed to its utmost by absolutely

essential requirements.

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attack and Wilkes after receiving
issed to Robinson at outside left
and h ent in a hard grounder
but Jones was well in position and
saved.

Shortly after this, Proverbs
kicked away what looked a cer-
tainty when Drayton was aout to
take a shot from close up. Pick-
wick-Rovers made another at-
tempt to draw level, when
Robinson their outside left sent in
a good effort, but again Jones
Empire scored their second goal
when Harper centred from the left

ig and Hill came out to clear,
he ball struck Atkinson, the
back and Mc Collin pounced
n nd scored into an open goal.
Not satisfied with this, the Em-

nt line again attacked and
n sent in a good one from













e, but Hill was well

1 aved, The game

hor afterwards with

vinne by the odd goal

feree was Mr. H. L.

is while the linesmen were

Mr. Paul Wilkins and Mr. Eric

The teams Were as follows :—

Pickwick-Rovers: Hill, Atkinson,
Proverbs, Mayers, Hunte, Foster,
Wells, Robert Wilkes, Croney,
Robinson.

Empire :
Wilson, Alle
lin, Drayton,

Harper.

Football
Fixtures

SEVENTEEN football matches
will be played during the week
at Kensington Oval, Queen’s Park,
Combermere, Beckles Road, Carl-
ton, Boarded Hall, Bank Hall and
Shell,

The

Jones, Bynoe, Grant,
ne, Robinson, McCol-
Smith, Taylor,





fixtures are:—

Monday, March 27
Carlton vs. Harrison College,
Division 1, at Kensington. Referee
Mr. I. Byer; linesmen Mr. Paul

Wilkin and Mr. B. Sayers.

Tuesday, March 28
Notre Dame vs. Harrison Col-
lege, Division 2, at Queen’s Park.
Referee Mr. L. Harris.
C.S.0.B.A, vs. Y.M.C.A., Division

3, at Combermere. Referee: Mr.
E. Amory.

Y.M.P.C. vs.,Notre Dame,
Division 3, at Beckles Road.

Referer Mr. A. Ismael.

Carlton vs, Everton, Division 3
at Carlton. Referee: Mr. L. E.
King.

Wednesday, March 29

Empire vs. Spartan, Division 2,
at Queen’s Park. Referee; Mr. I.
Byer,

Cable & Wireless vs, Pickwick-
Rovers, Division 3, at Boarded
Hall. Referee: Mr. C. Straker.

Empire vs. Lodge, Division 3,
at Bank Hall. Referee: Mr. L,
Thomas.

Shell vs. Police, Division 3, at
Shell. Referee: Mr. W. Richardson.

Thursday. March 30
Carlton vs. Everton, Division 1,
at Kensington. Referee: Mr. P.
Wilkin. Linesmen: Mr. F. Edwards
O. S. Coppin.

Mr

Friday, March 31
YÂ¥.M.P.C

t Queen’s
Smith,
Con
Div

Referee

vs. Everton, Division 2
Park. Referee: Mr,

,

G.

C,S.0.B.A.,
ision 3, at Combermere,
: Mr, F. Edwards,
Y.M.P.C. vs Y.M.C.A. Division
3, at Bec Road, Referee: Mr,
P, Wilkin
Carlton v
$s, at C
Thomas.
Cable and Wireless vs Fortress,
Division 3, at Boarded Hall.
Referee: Mr. I Byer
Empire vs_ .Pickwick—Rovers,
Division 3, at Bank Hall. Referee:
Mr. O. S. Coppin.

permere VS
2

Notre Dame, Division
riton. Referee: Mr. L.

Saturday, April 1
Everton vs Empire, Division 1,
Kensington. Referee: Mr, DD,
Sayers

Linesman: Mr. C. Straker.

Mischief Wins
In “B” Class
At 5th Regatta

36 Yachts Took Part

THIRTY-SIX yachts sailed in
the Fifth Regatta of the Royal
Barbados Yacht Club which took
place at the Aquatic Ciub yes-
terday evening. “Magwin” met
with an unfortunate accident at
the starting flag while “Clytie”
did not enter.

“Calypso” “Skippy” and
“Dauntless” did not finish in the
Intermediate. Of the D Class
boats only “Peter Pan” did not
complete the race.

The boats sailed in a fairly

strong wind and choppy seas.
Nine boats started in the “B”
Class. Johnrie Toppin’s ‘“Mis-

chief”, skippered by his son Stan-
ton, carried off this race from
“War Cloud”. owned and _ skip-
pered by Jack Badley whole
Owen Burke’s “Resolute”, skip-
pered by Hammond Burke was
third.

The two Seagull boats did well

in the “C” and Ceptre-board
Class. “Gannet,” owned and
skippered by Peter Ince came

first. Second position went to
"Wizard II”, owned and skipper-

ed by Jim Jones and third was

the “Folly” owned by Lester Top-
pin and skippered by his sons
Bert and Pat.

In the Intermediate Class 11
boats started. This race was
won by “Mohawk”, owned by Dr.
David Payne and skippered by

“Bob” Cumberbatch. Coming Much of Sunrise’s pedigree on her dam's sj
second was Arthur Evelyn’s to us in the West Indies. Her dam, Dickie, de is not w
“Dawn”, which he himself skip- » Was im

pered. Third was Johnnie Hoad’s
“Coronetta,” skippered by his
son Jackie.

“Yan Thorndyke,” owned and
skippered by R. Murphy, carried
off honours in the “D” Class for

the second time. Second position in his estate yard. All he had to do was to turn

went to “Rainbow,” owned and loose. I never asked how they managed to catch Match

skippered by Dermot Bynoe That must have been a major operation. In spite ro after

while “Rainbird,’” owned and terous habits I do not believe Match Maker over at ts

skippered by “Corkie” Roberts race. He could not have because his career terminated in :

came third. Dick Turpin I not only knew well, I was one of his B ag
The Sixth Regatta of the admirers. Dick too had his bad moments, rs

R.B.Y.C. will take place at the
Aquatic Club on Saturday, April
1

The results were as follows:

‘B’ Class: 1. Mischief. 2. War
Cloud. 3. Resolute.

‘C’ Class: 1. Gannet.
ard II. 3. Folly.

Intermediate Class: 1. Mohawk
2. Dawn, 3. Coronetta.

‘D’ Class: 1. Van Tho{ndyke.
2. Rainbow. 3. Rainbird.

Savannah
Club Tennis

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS
Men’s Doubles



Dr. C. G. Manning and E. P.
Taylor beat E. A. Benjamin and

R. S. Nicholls 6—1, 6—2.
C. R. Packer and C. B. Sisnet

beat A, F. Jemmott and D. I.

Lawless 6—1, 4—6, 6—0.

Mixed Doubles
Mrs. M. Legge and P. K. Roact

lost to Mrs. C. S. Lee and A. M.

Wilson 4—6, 2—6.
Mixed Doubles Handicap

Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Barnes —}

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A GREAT WEST IND

THE recent exploits of the gelding N BROOD:
Chandler and bred and trained by Hon ia
me thinking about the dam of this horse. >'.©
certain that she must be the most successfy) bn
history of racing in the South Caribbean it
West Indies. That is from a point of view a
progeny. It is quite true that she has poet iB.
pions but she has come very close to doing a ey
always been, with two exceptions in the fy whl
creoles of their day. Even one of those —
might have gone on to prove himself a good
tunately died a few weeks before
bados Derby.

The ‘name of this remarkable mare j ;
old and still going strong. By Sunfire “out of ‘Dieki
bred by Mr. Stewart Massiah at Spring Head ee
two-year-old was sold to Mr. Victor Pde

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Hon. V. C. Gale and won a number of ‘Tacs She Was
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dad Derby of 1935 to Bachelor’s Fort. The latent in the
eee creoles of the thirties and ws vid pi
class, after running all D class oppositi i tint

at Union Park. ee

Shortly after her three-year-old raci

to Hon. J. D. Chandler for £55. From: birth Sunrise
had therefore passed through the hands of four of th

turf’s most prominent personalities. Was this the bn West Ind
ing events casting itself? At least Mr. Chandler did dow of
He has told me that he bought her mainly as a ri Not think
his daughter, with breeding in mind only as a side ne horse
foals have won over £12,000, : Ne. To-day

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America and was for many years one of .
mares. She produced Match Maker and Dre aesiahis
illustrious sons. The first by Quick Match and th
son Footpad. I remember Match Maker more for _
exercise than for his value as a race horse. I thi his

racing when I was five or six. , hink he

2 I also rem
viciousness. For instance Mr. Massiah did not ee

Wi

T
when he cleared the track one morning of ore a ONE vat

tore Cavalier’s saddle cloth off his back for getting i cami
and finally ended up by going head over heels as the: a
paddock gates in his face. But once the race was i =
was never on anything else. In fact his zest for nae
of the things which made me like him most. He woul a
eyes wide if some other horse tried to take him on in tee
stages of a race, as if he knew only too well what was at be
- Edgar Crossley relates that at a Trinidad race meeting val
was so weak from stomach trouble, he hardly remembers wht
happened from the time when the gates flew till Dj
passed the post first. All he did was to sit, Dick did
with top weight. He was a really good creole. He ra
three times in the imported classes. On the first two
he was hampered by the worst display of jockeyship I haye
seen. The third time he broke down in the course of the race,

eta a SUnaIEms PEDIGREE ‘
ickie also produced among other progen ]
and Dixie, both fillies, to the cover of Footpat’ ea 4
was a dud on the track but has since produced Pritheraj
won the Demerara Derby in 1948. Dixie won a few races and
ed up in D class. There may have been some others but I do
remember them off hand.
Dickie was by the Kentucky Derby winner Garry Herman
t of Ambrosia, a mare by Hanover out of Kingeup. I presume th
her owner must know the family history on this side but 1
not, nor have [ recourse to any books containing it at the moment,
She died at the ripe old ago (for a horse) of twenty-three o
twenty-four.
1 Sunrise’s sire, Sunfire, was a good looking bay son of Su-
star from the mare Fuse Cap. He was imported from
to Trinidad but did not have much of a turf career out
Perhaps it was a pity we did not use him more as a. sive in this
island, His dam Fuse Cap was by Lemberg out of Evadne, an
was the dam of one winner in England, Quickfire, also by Su-

PESBeABSESS BSELSESEPISESSTHASCE 2S S&S BET OBe« AB wEeeeEwNC caso ak Ewes Seerwe aces

ane oes

‘ 2g ie, Se, ll and star. Evadne was the dam of two winners of 5 races of smill
* we M acitinetsy—~ $30 60, amounts, the total being only £994. Evadne was by Sidus. |
6—~3. HER RECORD AT STUD — GUN SITE THE BEST

MONDAY’S, FIXTURES
Ladies’ Doubles

Mrs. A, A, Gibbons and Miss 7 : : ;
Ena Bowen vs. Mrs. R. S. Ban- We witnessed a miraculous transformation and I was an admin
croft and Miss D. Wood. of him from then on. When he went to Trinidad at Ch
Mrs. M. Legge and Miss P. Wil- 1943, and they saw him at exercise they laughed at_ him,
son vs. Mrs. J. Connell and Mrs. after he won a C class mile in a shower of rain and a sea
F. D. Barnes. mud they stopped laughing. Ever since then Sunrise’s of
have ceased to amuse their rivals. At Christmas 1948 when ii

Men’s Doubles

G. H. Manning and P.

Patterson vs. Dr. A. C, Edward
and S, P. Edghill.



Admitted To

were present,-—Reuter.

1938 Bay colt by O.T.C.—Sundial

. 1939 Not bred in 1938 =

Fenein 1940 Not bred in 1939 (raced in November 1939) z

1941 Rrown filly by 0O.T.C.—Radiance’ (B'dos 18h

4 . ‘ Derby winner) on ee ”
Kederation 1942 Bay colt by O.T.C.—Sun Charriot (still
racing) oe ie ” t
1943 Chestnut colt by Battle Front—Blazeaway ie ii ” a yy
2 AF . arch 2 1944 Brown colt by O.T.C.—Gun Site (still racing ” ” ”

es ‘ PARIS, March 4. 1945 Bay filly by Battle Front—Firemist (still 5 ]
Guatemala, Venezuela, Iran, racing) » Or eee “ak
Palestine and South Africa were 1946 Bay colt by Battle Front--Ormonde’s Battery ; iat
admitted to membership of the ,,,, {still racing) . " vee 1

International Fenci Federatio 1947 Barren (for the first time) to Restigouche i.
dationa encing €ration 1948 Chestnut filly by Restigouche—Rivermist (
when the thirtieth Annual Con- 1949 Barren to Dunusk —F,

wress ha Ka ‘ 2 1950 Bay filly by Stirling Castle ss v gage
om a Federation opened Up to date she is therefore the dam of 7 winners of 61 races valued aod

ay. ,
Delegates from 22 countries P.S. In my opinion, the best of these seven, is Gun Site * {
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Sunrise’s first foal was Sundial, born in 1938. Sundial ww
by O.T.C. and as a two and three-year-old suffered from ly
trouble. My estimate of him just before he raced in the Deny
of 1941 was that he could neither run fast nor far, A year lle

commentary after Gun Site's victon
with 140 lbs. in a C class mile, called for hats off to Mr. Changs
s ler as a breeder of good creoles, he might well have asked iit #F
an extra doff for Sunrise. :
Sunrise has also proved that she can produce good stock f
stallions other than O.T.C. by throwing Blazeaway, Firemist atl
Ormonde’s Battery to the cover of Battle Front. Up to date bit
record reads as follows: wos ae sual

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course, there will be no cups,
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SONDON, March 26
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; other a 0) oie * #
Be tom 20° 100-7 Wot No Sun. and hard work, seated at the
apse, ne h country man oars through the frost and rain
: her _ c vas third 10 of winter and spring, te weid
' j Acthon NV rh aly aektn themselves into machine—like per-
q Ney away. The i EY the K ng fection—all for the honour of a
. ween watched =D) ~ ae blue, the hallmark of achieve-
who owns the hors¢ ga oe . ea aaah
‘ nm, : ment in sport at the universities.
“y with, her daughver Prin-
: a jzabeth, was EB oy. Sane ; Though an estimated million
ui with two fences to go, it was THE FIRST GOAL SCORED by Empire yes!eriay w iS a penalty after Pickwick-Rovers were one people Une the tew-paths and
retween Freebooter and up. McCollin took the kick ; ’ : vantage points, there is no charge | LAST week a young footballer
iB tussle rrig, and they came to this : e kick and placcd the bali well out of the reaches of Pickwick-Rovers cus for this annual event which costs ends this gread statement
} fece neck and neck. Here Gen todian (Hill. each University Boat Club about " SaY gaan dad aie isa
: and Freebooter, much £ 1,800. x ; :
: aig et may of bookmakers, ‘ rye Allowing an average stroking pt excited damsel
¢ au ton ahead of his field to win 2 olece UNS rate of 30 to the minute over an} ig asehe |
: went There was no competition * e e S average time of 20 minutes for the She calet eit Oh: Geer me
easily. i laces, which ° x course, this works out at the rate 3
second and third | , : ee The youngster in smart colour {
7) ior to Wot No Sun and Acthon a ONInNg up of about three pounds per stroke aan eee :
‘ ie porn of whom fell last A new boat costs £250. His right foot missed th«
y i ell. Rowland eC He only got a swing
when going W ee ee 4 ataiie _
. ean on strongly to take fourth rom 4O¢ ge The race itself rarely produces re sais: snide: 4cc nidiabonn
BME glace from Monaveen, who had thrilling finish though in 187) ADA with his usoal tv
Sia prominently for most of the THE: Barbados Rifle Associa- | Major Warren a tircless wor! Harrison College ci i off the pean a id ee one mat a een a austen ,
hose’ 1; s a . on cane ee . . : 2 year Cambri got up on the pos - ™P ae % - Bere
eF vay. ean aaa ee roe last week tthe team er in the interests of rifie shoot- Boxing Cup tr odse School a e alee ie. ny the a nan ‘oa " SS WES
we rse was y \ ‘enraca Saati $ writ dices - : ; atte . s v3 fain the ball came floatin
be Royal forse > hikal been aa th will represent Barbados ing has proved himself a reliabic With three wi against Lodge 1. there is always a terrible JOs- ust like a big airplane |
when 14 of 30 porave . a z id t 1€ Wes Indies at Bisley and steady shot and has had lots School tw one t DeINZ te at some points along the He now must miss a “header |
pleted, but et in or * ome y vi It is a seven-man of experience on strange ranges “'awn, when ‘the two schools course This effort was in vain }
é Key ny 2am, wit diy: AOR OT 7 all ; + r tage th r first } hoo) ) ‘ "
n e here, and joc ya +e “9 i 1 Lt. Col. J. Connell as hay ing shot in Trinidad and Bri bea their first intersehool box He rushed back to position Y< p
2 tham did well to eep his the Captain. ish Guiana on several occ 1g bouts at ( ermere Schoo There are two 00 degrees bends Before him on the ground OU wouldn't miss
is #, Others to finish were French | Names of the other marksmen Major Warren also began | esterday eee s M ‘die a aie The big foatball stood lone
| sea. Garde Toi Cromwell, Happy follow:—Major J. E Griffith, shooting Aree! st ‘a: It wa : : half of i favour a . ide wae aes With not a man aroainc your morning shower, ale 4
hedae Testis ‘ : ; ‘ : ~ Shooting career. : choo : a ROS | & 8 and one o degrees ave n a
iy River, Barney VI, Knockirr, Ship’s Major A. S. Warren, ¢ apt.C. R. E. member of the Combermere ( hrill packed hting hich kept o¢ Surrey 4 the race usually He said thi a gveat chance yut how about ianmer 4
, 3 5 ae Warner. Lt C EF’ No a ' of Surrey, and the ré sually i s wi
a Inchmore and Saintfield. é , Lit E. Neblatt, Lit. dets. He begs ee ie Tae paul Baan ee ; Pi cites ab haeee ten vein n '
4 -. rs were aghast at re- J. M. Cave, Mr. T. A, L. Roberts RP Pe: SEOs ree ot t . develops into a struggle for the te rushed in lke a tiger cleanliness? You'll ; ae
. kmakers were ed il 2 with Capt’ S. Wee Te oberts B.R.A. in 1985 and has repre OyS, ON thelr fer inside of these bends, particularly But missed the ball agair : My
i galt, which hit them heavi y. : ti oe —* eatherhead as sented the island before and since 4 ’ for the long Surrey one. The : D eel refreshed inside
4 numbers of backers ob- aiting man. he's he Lodge School j B ) i : Sr hee iy , selene The crowd start off a booing 2
: Large at ldamt 1,000:to.one The team expects to leave Bs 1@ Wal e@ made top score as ; ee Abin . Py Surrey boat has to hang on grim This youngster then felt sham 13 «well as out by taking . lass of
: odds of at least 1, 0 on Gina on ris ae Th € 0, member of the team that won the ee af" om l 1 the knowledge that it has the And promised his dear sweet heart
; inst dramatic ry ae leave: eacibnd ae ns will Duke of Gloucester Cup for the esting et Te gest corner of the race in its He'll still retain his fare ‘parkling Andrews Liver Salt in the morning
jre Handicap, and Freeboot- eo ey eye eye return trip first time cheaduled four rou ' "=~ favour, if it can only keep level r it :
1 August ? ey trave . 19 Nhe \ : a “he whistle blew for ha ume vefore breakfast. Ge rf “Ww ds you
Her the National. Sonal on § Priaeel +7 travel both “Rifle shooting has always been \\y).,' 138 ibs) had as opponen lil it is reached, For this reason The game called for more speed - roan yently, Andrews ids your
One big layer ae a ae Tit Col. J: Connell who was ™Y,Teal hobby”, Major Warre: Alleyn cee Ibs : nae ind the Surrey Station is usually ut 30 Ore eee Oe ystem of those trouble-making impurities
. nakers had ever 4 Ol. « onne » Was (Avian s Fiat ‘4 brusque of manner, Boy Perkin ose » 3s > >Se , lack j
% whether wook liabilities The Unanimous choice for Captain is told the “Advocate” and it has al ored 1} nan f 1 on by Gig tame wines cee vhich cause so many every-day uments
mento Zace such abilities, © the only member of the teem wh. Ways been my ambition to shoot ee eee ee ae lays, though Middlesex was fa-} He ran like @ survivor . ’ .
t winning owners bought Free- ae a r r of = ae — at Bisley. He kept up a battery of fu oured in the past In a Lona distance race OT bh peialls | iain gE tecenre. anldivn,
= an ver 2 as *V1LOUSLY not a isiey, e sie bloodec < ne oht 1 foor fellow in wet jersey
: pooter, who has never been is recognised as one of iro finest Japt. Warner probabl h re ef oi Br . ‘ le Was always out of place n . liver and bowel sutghtiaie
i beaten over the Aintree course for vifle Of ci ry i 7 member with the lon bs pari \lleyne’s head ho made a Hammersmith Bridge, one - ¢ ones up your liver and bowels, ind ng
ae oo her > > snc in the West Indies. He r - ? ong perio ourageous attemp c etali furlongs from the start, is the ushed th. j ast time ; ,
" 4000 guineas in Ireland, mere mu has recorded many phenomenal °f Membership in the Rifle Asso- pees . al nope ao r ss ahs th . re i fe ally "Alas ys fell oe oy iiousness and sick headaches. Be regular
was bred. The well backed i many | yee ciation. thee. eaving a : ibout the middle of. the }oint where the race is usui ae) SEL OREO
“J Roimond the starting joint favour- ‘Cores espe ially during 1934—37 aera Ss Naving a wide range rst round, the end came sud von and lost, for it is difficult t ee ed ettet ae bees vith Andrev for your hea ke.
i . 2 urs . of and again sin 1948. He has ©! ©Xperience, is a recognized tear en] Alleyne « “1 unde keep all round the outside of the
ite with Freebooter was one of shot: w) rath ios | \lleyne crumpled under a I
it the first to go coming down at made many local and inter- ®*"0t Who can always be deper right follows t; Surrey bend, particularly in roug)} The poor disgusted damsel
be idable Beechers Brook on first Colonial record scores and has &¢ we to produce the “good limaxed the me« eatl Cambridge have been : Said: boy a oe mening d
ao Last year’s winner Rus- WO numerous trophies during his side ' ected, “Bun—-Bun” hol favourites with the tidewave “Saal Gaemek’ Gane. Geel
ST ero toppled over at the the past sixteen year Lt. Neblett o although hi f (157 Vt ; ¢xperts, but a comparison of th
sian rh When Lt. Col. Connell shot at ‘ng fewer Ci experience the game Sirect! full course trial times has cause Rays take, this ona wens }
it second fence, ra Paunn vannyy Bisley on a previous occasion it than ar the ember of the bvious fro me revision of opinion 1up heb you aek fal matte | S
ms § The race ve run before arecord Was in a private capacity and not team hi een xcellent form hic} La ct he In every kind of gasme t \
Mecowd of 300,000, who packed 2. the member of team. he told during the past three vea) ans rae Bun-Bun”® he ved him the final trials, Cambric ie \ ohh
$4 thronge »¢ “Sse A ‘ u 2UN—DUN I rch momning as you wake } rn
the stands and thronged the course the “Advocate esterday. He he can be reckone e am elf a aod nd put Were only ten seconds faster tha: onss Meee Weak cae Ge Gan | \ rc hs®
shoulder to shoulder. There was began shooting at Harrison Col- the top few in both indivi Liga. Gtavctice ae a oe ae 9s Oxford, but allowing for the bette: ould be half dozne slice | e \ m
Pirilliant sunshine before and dur- jege as a member of the Cadets, team compe titions ith light ft 4d ; . ot conditions this leaves the issuc Of J & R Enriched Brea \
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. represented the Island hoot Ww oO P c en yo 3
g pute, Toi, Cromwell, Barney and shooting again in 1933, and repre- {o. the Martinez Shield. the Swat 7 ee See impressed with the skilful hand- ee ee on ee
: i isse . “e B.\ ‘the . : > vears , ? ae ey ling of ir craft gh That J & R Enriched Bread |
faint Field missed one fence only. sented ‘the iskand in the years tenham Cup and the Anchor C Full of pluck, “Shaggy” Streetl ith _ a ei re: See Will help you score the gow! | so
Ship's Bell and Inchmore com- 193 to 1937 in intercolonial .4q won the N.RA . pluck, ABBY . uly weat a Oxtord have proved
Peed the course in addition to shooting As a highlight of his }... : / hot out many right t Wilson themselves faster starters, and if }
, & . > ‘ for being see a in the hoot to ve Tile x lj ] ae 4 . < . |
We first three Rowland Roy and shooting career, Lt. Col, Connell rot ee is ; bee or head, but Wilson, who displayed they can establish a commanding sponsored by inalias :
Monaveen. Reuter mentioned the occasion when in — a 7, ood judgment, made him mi lead at Hammersmith Bridge, thes A a :
phy ; a. ore. regularly ma fe ceasions lave a good chance of holding off J & R BAKERIES “ep
British Guiana in 1935 he made i ia i egular ( g
"| top score of all the teams for the is Saieey: Shel eae ton ou = when treelly seemed completely the heavier Cambridge crew. This | a
re, Anchor Cup with 148 points out of OMY a8 a sc hool boy in 1928 and exhausted and giddy, “Bun Bun” year’s race will be the 96th sinc makers of | a ¢
2 ee ning [8G three years shooting experi- qiq not take advantage of the the series started in 1829. Cam- | MADE IN ENGLAND ‘
his ex rT ry’ 0 a possible 150, thereby wh J >in Tr : He 1 sented ome § (
nd the Wogart Cup which was pre- Chee In *rinidad, fe represented opportunities and his win was bridge have won 21 of the last ENRICHED BREAD il
te R : F i ganted for the first time for the ne cok ae eS ocdasions TrOM only on points 25, but their overall advantage i |
al esigns rome are so 1 vid 1al scorer in the 1928 to 19385 when he had to give First in the ring were Manelski tot so great. Cambridge have wo: f |
: B ; Ae not Cup Shoot. He also holds UP serious shooting until 1946 from Lodge and Thelman from 51 and Oxford 43, with one and the blenders o ,
¢ i t ‘ Anchot up 100 a0 NN” through service in the Leeward Calleca ll ' ead-heat Reuter - Fi $
ric. e Oa) 1e N.R.A. Silver Medal and the ‘ ; ynitt lc ha OSE » FAGET \ inner, . ween . :
a i 7 ige The last named Islands and: Briti * ee oan had the advantage in height ro J & R RUM x Fe |
r (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) pon ba titles ‘ a . ‘onaee 501 t who only returned to form in 1948. reach Both out fought tl a re ie a
le GEORGETOWN badge en me titi ne at Bisley, His experience however, has ood spirit, but Manelski found it diff W: | eat B at F : SSeS Se 0
bY ie Alex Drayton has resigned as eo vifith ? oat him in good stead and he . has t to land effestive hsv ales ea rance f,
tet the B.G. Cricket Board of ajor Gri ea Yo produced very good scores in tean
‘ ; , ‘ we trophies for shooting tna hoots ’ ‘ '
re l. His resignation was more th + : College also to oe At R FDY :
3 ak a , 5 membe vith e ex- Mr. Roberts started his tean . ' Qheiny 1 ch u Vv
im ecepted at a meeting of the Boara any othe . ' ’ . he second figh ki 1 — e
i 1 f the Captal nad 4l- ehooting an early age and i 7 9 { * é
Bled on Monday night presided ception ol } : hooting at 1 i sealy (112 It eat Alexander . ~
. ‘ ; » oldest embe1 I recog C one the most reli nA : LONDON, March 25
Geer by Mr. W. Stanley Jones, though the old ; " renogniacs ‘ h py ratee 06 Ibs realy : f folle , Sm ;
Merteident of the Board and of the side, shot in more intercolomlal sbie team shots in the Associati up lear nstrumental , Wales beat France 21-0 in th Don't let morning and night coug) j
. : one r t as shot in Trinida nd Brit int atio g mate} oO . 5 one 2 thme
HMUCC Mr. Drayton's place as Hon- shoots than anyon \ the Has shot in Trinidad and British in%ni.) winning ‘the fight. Once !teRnational Rugby match today. | mgr attacks of Bronchitis et Asthina
on | Treasurer of the Board was side. , ; ; wee on many occasions anc he lashed Alexander to his cornet ee ue without trying MENDACO, This great
M Billed by the elect; \ Talte He and Capt. Jordan are WiC was high up in the averag nd shared mar harp punch nter-Services Tournament: The] internal medicine works thru the
fe BHarriso i Clection OF Ir. Wal _ \ oldest members of the Bar- during the last few years Or ; = vy eaten Army 11, Royal Air Force 3 blood, thus reaching the bronchial
uitison. Colony’s representatives two est | Len : hae divedtienad Sy) : yn another occasion \iexander aN mf A orce tubes and lungs. Starus helping nature
Mthe West Indies Board will be bados Rifle Association, no ' , ' Se Weatherhe Nein pas ie vas knocked half out of the Club Matches London: Irish 8 immediately . eompve er Stloky
Ob Cte she i e 4 “essarily in age, but in the nuM- heen selected as wa g in * ropes ondon Hospital 0 Saint Bar-]| ™¥cus, thus alleviating co Mig ane
ot Ap F Be the next meeting of tha evade that they have been g good record and experience of ore I ' + : promoting {reer breathing and more
tt . Board. ber of years A ye S cebines,. in good forn rh : lospital 0; Moseley] refreshing sleep. Get MENDACO
I s the iG vol Meet § ting. Major Griffith bega ! team shooting » is in good form he most € nt of the 1g: mans 21: Aberdee Uni from your chemist today. Quick satis
j itwas the Annual General Meet “ip . 1 member o t present. He too began to shoot meet Chattert f > vale oe : a (actton or money back euaraniood
2 5 ex tt \ t 0 1s
ut Hey te Board and was fully aneonee ene , Since he a member of the Combermere College y \ Hi eT Bristol 19; St. Mary’: :
Hended. Appreciation of Mr. the Volunteer Force. + sent the C; det He joined the B.R.A a I Saas eaicis Hospine) © 4
oe 5 > “eS ‘ 1 was first sel d to represen . Ades. ag rt fe AES Cl wi Lianel qo ‘ § 3 yj
: myton’s ervice a Honorary wv t hs eas Sarl Nae call le a. member a dite | theres ea : lanelly | uys Hospital 8 POSS O0S9VG999O9FOGGOOS, ae ous
easurer over a number of years colony in vt, 1. a Teo that went t a [. * —Reuter, 4 ’ # j
a aS recorded issed being included in any col \nchor Cup one lat gediy, but Hute on gay x A a, - I> j
er : 7 Sia : Trinidad in 1938 e wa mem- away no. grout ; x8 al Q cx G
aid The meeting was notified that ORY; Toa. 1as always been her of the local team that entered j¢¢ out an unflageir Saat of Bust Received % d y
: hext series of Intercolonial Major Griffith ihe tt b te his f the Oversea Postal Mate! t t th i i “( I tte = I H / x y
. ‘ ] . nh 5 1€ ( 1e@1 le LO " y
"fg Matches would commence iti a keen scout, and attribute f 940 en the Island OT. SRE Or opes Not Very A LOVELY $ “
W191, Trinidad being scheduled steadiness of nerve and good eye- Shoot In 1940 wher : made a great use of the strai¢! e »
isi gy gy, Te Ee sing a teetotaller and came second, and he was a mem=~ j.44 , th often caught Hutchin . . paewaArm x
visit Jamaica in February— sight to his being a teetotatier a her of the team that entered for : S WHEE Onan. ce utenti Bri At ASSORTMEN' § me
ol ch isi smoker, As the member of er < } a : on on his jaw. Hutel on, quick % i
Britah and .Barbados .to . visit non-smoker. / “he has paid four ¢imilur shoot in 1947, the first ie feat i fisted sf
yee Reptemnhete= wane British Guiana and four year that the ream of Gloucester & ter LONDON, March 25 OF % The Golden P ium Pountain ‘
. lad however, been visits to b a . ron by Barbado ’ ‘ Broad ) q ; »
iy ‘Mésested by one of the Trinidad to Trinidad. or . manager ae has eee ee AQT % elegant—efficient—as good as gold. N
Se toresentatives on the WA —<—$—$$—__—— The fourth fight was to Lodg ger who has provisionally MUNG & cap; half-shielded nib. And the Pld 1 Ba at
h that the Barbi G. 1. Secretary: Mr. K. L. Wis- their first win. Moz ighter “'ranged for two Australian box- % Pencil with ingenious, prevision-titted writing Vwice
ie Barbados-B.G. fering talent. The Hony. se c ; a ers to mee’ Germa Ceara Refills —fitt oo he. Sasi
: . to discovering ‘Cc ‘on ee: than ¢ stylist Googk Eye nans in Germany the normal ink-capacity. Kell ttt ) 3
fi ment might be brought v!eW C ittee for the cur- hart (re-elected) ; Cup Committee aa" i t, iy not fo ome time se the | Pen and Ink-Pencil are available tr yur i Black
septe 2 . ay =Selectior ommltlee : Naw Messrs »9 Bayne (1 ) carrie ild i > si 2 -Pencil are available in attractive colours, and Blass
"i ‘orward to September—October ney ae will be elected at the Hon. John Carter, Messrs. H ; ' iaatalonu fight & Fe ' irk realisation of his hope of a quick oo eaiotsins
year, This proposal will be pas ’ he f the Board whick Bayley, W. Harrison, A. B. Rollox (on tea)” Raat ; ng Tesumption of German - British C. L. PITT, G.P.. Box 246, Bridgetown, Barbados,
y nex , B ¢ . -” ‘ aw te >. ayn 8 0 mi ik ‘ -
‘ousidered by the local Board next m¢ 1d very shortly. and K. L. Wishart. wees on the Professional boxing contests
the next meeting it is hoped to ho 3 punches twice sent Clarke on th British boxer unlike th f can ( CARLTON BROWNE
p ‘ » A p < : ¢ 5, $3 Lose from
i Annual Meeting agreed that Officers Before the meeting ro € Mr. A. J Mr. r } oe - MCP the Empire, would require per- su inert sa aceaaiaeeiiea ncaa imeem ieee
eral Selection Committee should Yi ; s for Melntyre, coach to the Board, had Mr. J, Pr, Brancke ¥ mission from vhe British
: —_—" of Office-Beare! i : ine ; , “ the British Board of
®ppointed annually, irrespectiv Let a ; follow Presi- an informal talk with members presented the Cup The juds Control to take part in contests 2 e
whethe ak al 950 resulted a er ‘ ; — » gay his views Mr. Sm Mr. rancker, . . _— i
oe os a ae reolonial i a ae Ss. Jones (re-elected), ¢ aioe wecee Be seve iY ; : c a Je i s af tard in Ge mmeny, and critics here in- ‘ Druggist ’
sare being played, and dent: Mr. . . Greet m the, Colony’s crick i pro yint, am , dicate iat permissior ; ¢ “4 4
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€ active interest in both first and Mr, Jus : 1H ounger players. wa re refere¢ 2
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PAGE SIX







© AT the end of June 1942
Rommel was knocking ut
the gates of Alexandria

However, the Eight Army was
very far from being entirely on
the defensive.

The general impression in Brit-
ain, even today, seems to be that,
having fallen back, it remained
cowering at El Alamein. On the
contrary, it continually attacked
the enemy.

Rv then Montgomery had two

xtra divisions and a mass of new
tanks and guns.

Since he made a complete job
of it when he started, there is no
doubt that the postponement was qa

ome!

formidable

toom

Varnished Nails.

Enormous Diamond.

Emerald Tie Pin

By DESYVIOND YOUNG

the 700 miles from El Alamein to
Benghazi

perha

criticism of either commander,

multiple rnortar. immensely so in tanks, guns, and

.. hasa bit

GOE.

SUNDAY ADVOCATE



uch of
RING

In all his splendour.

Italians would make a separate

peace.

HE RAVES

Rommel asked whether it was

in 15 days,
not much

there is

ps, room for

TOO LATE

justified. these were also ir ASS roduc- @ iti ; oe
Wow ts there any doubt that his co ae aisinn es poicvite i ge i Ne ke te @ On November 8 came the better to lose Tripoli or the
reme self-confidence and his Incidentally, there was ; + ae . oe WE” osm siceg Ws Allied landings in North Africa, /.(risa Korps. H-tier shouted that
up ae es ncidentally, ere was a neW counter-offensive within a few Tripoli at once became of min: the Afrika Korps did not matte:
of “the common touch” had secret weapon of such appalling hours of his arrival. importance. For the first time, Rommel toi
an electric effect upon the tro} ae sete ‘te eae i teoonit ued = was. been ao Rommel received no reinforce- his family, he realised Hitlen
Bth’s TASK distarice of over two miles > pe ‘aan oF gps apd ie ments, but they were poured into contempt for the whole Germa:
aes 4 y Rommel laugheq about tis On WN 2 x mite — a " Tunisia by sea and dir. Six people and the fact that he care
He inspired first curiosity, then |. ohellishme: apouk is Un November 3, when the months later they were all nothing for the men who fought
interest, then admiration, The ast embé ; thee Ye ea der German withdrawal had already prisoners. fom htm,
aamiration was well deserved. aby _ —? been talking sv started, came an order from the " One of the bitterest pills which Nevertheless, he answered back
There is, however, no cause to per mR a udldis a ot, a Command. Lae _, Rommel had to swallow must Let Hitler come out to Africa an
magnify either his great victory iles f : th 7 ties fom re oi . ee ioaras Ree have been to see what the German see for himself or let him send
or his great personal qualities by â„¢U@s from the blast centre was the El Alamein position be held to High Command could do in a los! some of his entourage to show

suggesting that the Eighth Army
had ceased to exist as a fighting
force when he took it over

It had, in fact, captured more
than 7,000 prisoners during July.
It had stopped Rommel’s advance
to tae Delta.

It had paved the way for
major offensive which it was the: 3
too weak to undertake.

There is a tragically ironical
footnote to all ‘this from the
German side. “We were very

much disturbed by the way you
attacked us all through July,” said









cause, and

they

By

broug
ment







of a winning one.

formed into a scratch division.

10th Panzer Division had arrived
Another

There appeared also a batallion





them how to do it.
“Go!” screamed Hitler, “I have
other things to do than talk to

compare it with wh
had failed to do in suppor





In November two regiments of you.” Rommel saluted and turne
airborne troops and an engineer on his heel.
batallion were flown in. They After he had shut the door
were followed by odd infantry Hitler came running after him and
units, tanks, and artillery, anu put his arm on his shoulder U

must excuse me,” he said, “I’m
December in a very nervous state. 3ut
everything is going to be all right

“Come and see me tomorrow,
and we will talk about it calmly

the middle of

infantry division wa
ht over. A Grenadier regi-
came from Crete

Afrika Korps being destroyed.”













It is impossible to think of the}



General Bayerlein, Rommel’s armed with the new Tiger tanks Rommel saw him next ,day
chief of staff. The redoubtable Hermann Goer- with Goering

“If you could have continued to “tall Panzer Division was on | Pa brs oe OE ae a.

k for only a couple of day ~ An, Ges eee. ez, Hag laa ca
nure you would have broken Hd, PUSH all that R el, is.”
AIOE, Tee 35 9vee the Gaciaivs “You ean build houses on me,” |
day. We then had no ammunition Other German units, apart from aja Canine me the Gevatah
at all for our heavy artillery, and Italian formations, were acdea nirce y - Pe Ms Mirae
Rommel had determined to with- before the end to swell the Allie. jt can. Tae ;
draw to the frontier if the attac game-bag. What could not Ron ct an
was resumed.” mel have done with half of thi BEJEWELED

ISOLAT force five or Six months earlier? pn eer Sasi aia ate
Rommel, with his 25,000 Ital The Reichsmar 2 al to :
. jans, his 10,000 Germans, and his Rommet with him in his specia

‘ @ Supply was the grovien. 60 tanks, eee ealied train to Rome and invited Frau

olateu. in ‘is cenert head back through Tripolitania. Juommel. :
juarters, Rommel could do no All the way he made the mo: When they met at Munich
more than Say wnat he needaeu skilful use of mines eT ae nits statica Goering was wearing a
and try to i hat he be given ns, and booby-tt Se td ) os ty grey se.ni-civilian suit with grey
es his enemy ; ic lapels.

He could not fly over and ear Often his rearguards hae t) His tie was secured by a large
mark the shipping. He could not 7 Sane ame Me, ae Stati ts emerald clip, The cage of bi
compel tne llalians tu surrende! Aparna alone t l watch was studded with emeraids
me petro : ; Strong defensive positions ha On one of his fingers, t

sig ves cee Se ae oe 5 i to be abandoned because hk .tommel’s horror, was a ring with |
oval ‘
t . fhe 90th Light Division made a horrifying still, his nails were
provest, p 2 i ; stand outside Tripoli itself, but varnished. j

At his-home base, until Septem- THE FAMOUS HANDSHAKE, with which General Montgomery the 5lst Highland Division, riding Goering displayed the ring to
ber 1942, Rommel had General greeted his prisoner, General von Thomas, captured at El Alamein, in on the back of tanks, turned Frau Rommel at the first op»or-
Halder, Hitler’s military adviser, Lt.-Col. J. O. Ewart, Intelligence Officer—later killed—is with them out in a moonlight attack tunity. “You will be interestc
“unable to restrain a slightly im- Montgomery. Tripoli was occupied without in this,” he said, “it is one of the
polite smile” when he was asked moved two feet off its concrete the last man, There is to be no further resistance ipa ,, Valuable stones in the
for help. foundation, retreat, not so much as one milli- On January 23. the 11th Hussars world,

In fact, Rommel could easily For the rest, Rommel took his metre! Victory or death!’ drove into the city at dawn SU Es
havé been given, early in 1942, Fuehrer’s promises seriously It was signed “Adolf Hitler “A DEFE ATIST’ TREA R
the little extra he needed to take This no doubt explains a speech Hor once ‘Hommel was c 4 at . i
Cairo, he made in Berlin on October 3, in two minds. He knew tl ste 1" ‘ ; @ This was the first time)

when he predicted that the Ger- was rid on Me ahh sas ’ ® There is no greater test of | Frau Rommel had met the

At the end’ of July, General 1) Satta bene wot, sf be aes oN ous and hat ey troops or a commander than a Reichsmarshal. She, too, was
Auchinleck had correctly judged dria e ; ree ne make greatel a long retreat. startled. J
that Rommel must attack before ~ i Rommel was sick at heart as In the train he spoke only »f

‘end of August. In fact Rom- But about a fortnight later fea Terese by: pet hs RO well as in Body. pictures. “They call me_ the |

{ fought the battle of Alam-el- Rommei be gan to have doubts A a ae ny pe See : ; It was during the retreat Mae@énas* of the Third Reich,
sfulfa, which began on August 31, He confided them to his wite. “I I 4 Ry iyerle ns. 8 he learned how loyalty to his he said, and described how Balbo
uller many disaavantages, besice wonder if he told me all that t ° ed it to be circu Fuehrer was rewarded had sent him a statue of
that of having to attack an enemy ke son aiet “eg ont roop i At the end of November he was Aphrodite from Cirene.
in prepared defensive positions tively , ’ f General von Thoma commar ummoned home for an_ inter North Africa was not other

Though he was slightly superior Wor the Grat time ve was var tng me Afrika Korp a view, Hitler treated him, for the wise mentioned during the
in numbers, six of his divisions suspicious of the Fuehret g be a lowed to retire to Fuka end first time, to one of his famous journey, and Goering resisted al!
were Italian In guns and a rba Rommel would not scenes, Rommel’s attempts to turn the
armour he ha no superiority 1 . . him permission, 2 > rsati P sté 25 to
The R.AF ere endian of the “40 BAC K Von Thoma neverthele Rommel hat told him that the aaa pect avn
air Stoanwiiiie 14 1 } Pe : — in = Africa was c

he nature of the Alamein idea that Racial ehonla de- “1 cannot tolerate ft rdet whet = ek ee ee IDLER
position ich that it is ePone nat r he i Ror { = a 1 SHeseNS WAR) WES Ie
; ; ible ¢ stig ors - back to Africa. ; ot | the material and get the However, he gave Rommel th«

e or to profit t k j "3 “ee 30 - hve an . Atriks Korps out to fight again Air Force pilot’s cross, in dia

sinvre ae in the Southern | NO WORE in Italy monds, and seemed to think thi
reneral Stumme woul repl Hitler said he was a defeatist, this should satisfy him.
8SO ILL ao ust ita hae Min oem Vou and that he and his troops wer¢ In Rome it was the same sto1
Afrika Coburn a Ley cowards, Generals who had “Goering did nothing but look
Hitl r wa olicit about 4 retu ik made the same sort of suggestion tor pictures and sculpture,” sa
ak ox hedteblens ol 34 “ ; Fe ‘ Rement | health a change of bilisa columi lad _ Russia had been put up against Rommel with contempt “He wa
& swollen liver, probably the et nate would do him good, he “ough in the south and we the wall and shot. planning how to fill his train wi
a Gk dutlewtad tauntion inet maid. It may be that he did not 4lreauy west of the Ge rmana _ He would not yet do that to them. He never tried to see any
he could not get out of his truck. giece nis own deceptions to b ; At noon, General Bayerle.: Rommel, but Rommel had better one on business or to do anythii
Perhaps This was the greate Me pith a waving had no word trom V be areful : : for me.”
haadines e ta as 1 gre: ss ‘oe — a till arty drove out to look for him 2 eS cna ” mei To Frau Rommel Goering re

—) . , ue \ spnon LO é > aa 4 « € > be > = > arke g or shy see »,

To do Rommel justice, his sixth him on October 04 ee Seat nesiin ene te Lel-e: , - vise “*he marked that her husband seeme
sense came into play, even when standing bef . 1 saw the genera, | —— a
he was lying helpless in his trucl “There ji bad new fror & beSide his burning tank

‘hie wanted to break if wu frica t said The latic Viel lanks (tne 10th Hussar

€ the first mort looks very black No one scems ¢ siigeca him round,

is soon as it was Know what has happened to y say might von Thoma dink

byious that we had not achievea tumme Do vw fee] ve sta Montgomery in his head
a surprise. Tt was I who per- enough to go back and would you “USTs mess, and von Thoma i
suaded him to let me continue.” be willing to go 7 return invited the Eight Army

Rommel’s gamble had failed 2 Commander to stay with him i:
and he began to withdraw. Wisely Rommel was still a very sick Germany after the war
General Montgomery did not at- 8!) but it never occurred to him These mutual courtesies we:
tempt to follow him up. He could to refuse; his heart was with the Criticised in Britain. They wer
vent Afrika Korps not regarded as out of place ir

He left next morning at seven Africa.
» 5 & by air, stopped in Italy for a con-
i ROMISES ference about petrol, arfd was in BROKEN MAN

@ Three weeks later Rommei | headquarters in North Africa .

was compelled to report sick >Y eight p.m

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Kory rd 1 eat with great skill
the petrol ‘ : id
the I I me he had no hope of
Group Afrika was ling it Ror thi turning on his pursuers. His 1
front of the door of ( took ning force amounted to litt
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good over here—only losing my
temper; I’d better get back to the
Afrika Korps.”

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not much better. It was the
second stage of his disillusion-
ment.

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FEDERATION []

By J. D.





ya al Gove
ae Judician ve
gent ond thi rticl
ae | to aes with the meai
propose py the Committee ol

the operation of Federal
pene and the estimated cost of

jon of finance has per-
_. minds of many who
principle that Federation,

s th

e t that implies, is the
pea tol of West Indiar

In a region in which

“geveral te territories are in receipt

in aid of the ordinary

of pants ministration. in which

— is based almost
- on the production of

le crop and in which
mo natural resources to
the economy, the addi-
aa} cost Of Federation must be
ject of the most careful
tion before the experi
nt of Federation can be em
ked upon with any chance of



with any chance of succc¢
; ittee foresee the con
vaiion of fmancial assist
m His Majesty’s Govern
ne Federal Government









d in turn allocate it to such
ries as may be in “cd
Baars. They consider that to
ntinue the system’ of direct

ts in aid from His Majesty’s
ment to the individual Unit
ents concerned, would

‘0 ly inhibit the development

@fnancial responsibility and self-

Hance of the people.

e mplate the
ye Committee conte )
ee of loans by both the

jeral Government and by the
smments of the Units. So far
Jocal loans are concerned, ie
pit governments should’ be free
float loans within the region as a
whethe

hole, but external loans 3

Federal purposes or on behalf
the Unit government should be
Federal Government.

The Committee have quite

intly come to the conclusion that

bled by constituent

Federal Government must
eits own direct sources «

nce so it need not rely on fund
territories.



they dependent on votes of

propriation by the Units, the

Government would be

ced in a subordinate position

contributions could be with-

d. And further it is necessary
the purpose of raisi: loar



the Federal Government
puld be able to give as securi
enues Which it raises itself ar

ich are under its sole contro!
Mo effect that end, it is sug
led that the appropriate sing!
of Federal revenue should
the product of the Custom
yw envisage the creation
oms Union, a Free Trade area.
Horm tariffs anc ingle

ims administration a I
Mdation of the federal str:

particularly the ct yo!
tion of the Federation will be
Donsibility for economic and
mercial matters.

the West Indies, however,
poms revenues comprise about

as

of the total revenues, and the
mmittee recognise that the
jon of the territorial govern-

would be impossible unles:

antial portion of Custom
mues were returned to the m
f collection by the Federal
toms Administration. They

e recommend that not les:
m 15% of the Customs revenue:
lected by the Federation in re-

pet Of each territory should be

d to the territory from
th it has been derived. They
opose that these refunds should

nai-

automatic and without «



The Committee foresee a furihe
ourct Federal revenue |

he tederalisation of Pos tal Serv-
ices but they recommend that from

the date on which the Feder:
takes over
vecome

ation
the Postal Services and
entitled to the revenues
therefrom, there should be paid to
any territory as makes application
an annual sum equivalent to their
average annual het receipts from
slamp sales over the preceding
ive years and they propose tha
these grants in lieu of postal pro-









fits should, like the refund o!
Custom reverues, be autom
#nd not subject to the control of
the Federal Legislature.





In 1948 Customs receipts were
£8, 635, 857 and the net postal
receipts £257, 231. The Committee
therefore look forward to i
Federal revenue of a little over
£2,000,000. The Committee reject
the suggestion that large ad hoc
grants by His Majesty’s Govern-
ment would be necessary pre-
requisites of Federation. They
consider that such grants ould
iend to inhibit the growth ot
spirit of self-reliance and a de-
termination to be economically
independent. They however con-
sider the possibility of assistance
by way of Capital for
certain specific purp<
assume the continuance of assis-

tance under the Colonial Deve elqp-
ment and Welfare Act I al
nowever firm that there m )
































‘no direct and gene ontro! of
economic and fina iff
the Fede ion.”

In turning to deal with the addi-
tional expenditure necessitated,
the Committee declare themselves
unable to put forward any precise
estimate, but they do offer some
indication of what they consider

magnitude will be. They con-
der as negligible the cost of such
transferred services as Custom
iministration and are of th
pinion that the main additiona
xpenditure would be the cost of
the Federal Legislature
offices ,of Federal Secretariat
and of the Governor-Gener:
his establishment, and the Feder;
Judiciary

The Committee offer en-
tative timate an exper re
the region of £180,000 pe
for the ly years of the F
tian.

Che larie uger f he
Governor-General, it
f the Legislature, idiciar

n he members of the Fe
Secre ‘lat voule 1 make ‘he
Federal Serv ufficient] tt
tive to claim ablest men in the
Empire

The imitatic
region realistically by
the Committee, but their estimate

expenditure 1s probab. real
underestimation... Their estimat
of £180,000 deals exclusively with
the salarie ) ederal official it
com \ exe estimate
of the capital tlay on Federal
building ere not re
juired in the ! vs,
not are LO el C
cost of ing uild hi
could be utilised as Federal offi
The Committee » not include
their estimate the office of Trade
Commissione h uff
though they 1 the service yt
Federation espect + W
he 10st mpor Ur .

ndered to the regior
titution o Federal
Nor h he nr re
any st is to how trade





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the region

im can be

u robable ficurs
deration should be out
uld be able out
to make those

ot





- id erly made by

] ry. This is a

ry rst step towards
ichieving real independence for

the region

Were this to be done the over-
riding power of His Majesty's
Government in respect of the
maintenance of financial stability
should be abolished and the Fea-
eration would be able to manage
its affairs without such interfer-
ence,

_ The Committee’s
tions would also mean that the
Caribbean area would still be
subject to the monetary policy of
the Imperial Government and
would be affected by such decis-
ons without having any voice in

recommenda-

their making, although their in-
terests, as in devaluation, might
be adversely affected.

The recommendations which

the Committee have made in re-
pect of the form of the Federal
Legislature and the relation be-

tween the Federal Government
and the Unit Governments are
excellent in their display of

moderation and their appreciation
of reality, but in the assessment
of the requirements of the Feder
al Government in economic mat-
ters, it appears that they have
ittempted to make Federation too
attractive. This is a grave error,
for if the peoples of the region
re sufficiently mature to conduct
their affairs upon a regional scale,
they are sufficiently mature to
ppreciate the fact that Federa-
tien will be nothing more than
the possible means of effecting
progress. If they are induced to
accept Federation without at the
ame time realising the financial
acrifices which they will

lied upon to make, they will be
adly disillusioned,

be

That

tion

at Federa
attempted.
vould gainsay
1ion that fin
the raising of
living to any

is not to say th
hould
ire few
mmittee’s opi
ncial stability and
the standard of
ppreciable extent, cannot 5
under the present sys-

Feder experi
it appears inescap
tep in attempt of the
st Indian to surmount
their financial difficulties. But
t must be clearly realised that it
an experiment whose succeé
failure will, for many years,
in doubt.

not be




There
the C

chieved

em

an
an

ation
to be
the

Peoples





remain

all men in
great en
Federa
hoped-
secrecy

A
yublic
deavour
yn, its

benefits
and obscurity
hidden the
Committee,

is cast

life to aid
and to lift
problems, and its
: the veil of
which has so long
deliberation of the
and also they must

duty ipon
the
from

LO}







place it above the strife and jeal-
ousies of party politics. Above all
it is the task of public men to
educate the people to an appre-
ciation of the alternatives-—-o:
the one hand stagnation, on the

other calculated risk
If there a determination to
make it work and if there is a
willingness to surrender insular
rejudices, Federation will ut
eed and give the West Indian
eople the hance o improve
heir standard of life well as
iltural ! ntellectual
i reat contact with

e peoples of the are

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SUNDAY



Dr. HUGGINS

Educated at Antigua Gram-
mar School and Cornell Uni-
versity, studied at the I.C.T.A.

before joining the Depart-
ment of Agriculture, British
Guiana. He was recently

appointed Director of the In-
stitute of Social and Economie

Research of the University
College of the West Indies.
His recent visit to British

Guiana was for the purpose
of establishing mutual inter-
ests between those engaged
with social and economic in-
vestigations in the several
colonies and the Institute of
Social and Economic Research

“Let’s Ge

Federation
Straight”

Dr. Huggins Tells Guianese
“IN casual discussion it has
struck me that there are several
points which the Closer Associa-
tion Committee has recommended
about which there appears to be
eneral confusion in British
Guiana,” asserted Dr. H. Dudley
Huggins, Director of the Institute
of Social and Economic Research
of the University College of the
West Indies, in an interview in
Georgetown shortly before he left
for Trinidad,
Dr. Huggins
the greatest
Guiana today

that one of
needs in British
for more of the
public to get a close idea of exactly
wh Federation involves.

“The first point which should
be clarified is that Federation with
the setting up of Federal Govern-

said
is

at

ment does not mean rule of the
constituent territories by the Fed-
eral Government to the extent
that many seem to believe. Th«
field of the control is much more
limited than most recognise. Muc!
of the autonomy of the say, Britis}
Guiana, Government will be

retained.”







ADVOCATE

BE Fi

By CS. LEE,

Mr. Lepper states in his report
on Oil Development Policy for
Barbados that “Unit Development
is the best policy to ensure maxi-





mum production from an oilfield
with the minimum of wells.”
(Paragraph 30). This is known
as “conservation” and is not an
isolated expression of a
“Conservation” is one of the big-
gest topics of discussion in oil
circles to-day and, in laying the
foundations of an oil policy in
Barbados, Mr. Lepper insists that
it must be a first considera-
tion. From many the con-
versations held here, it has
been evident that some of the
reasons for this attitude have not
been entirely understuxd and an
explanation may be of help and
interest

Our everyday needs a cmand
that oil must be continuously pro-

duced and fresn reserves 1

found. Yet Petroleum, like othe
minerals, does not replace itsel
Unlike sugar, there is only on
“crop”, and only one chance to
reap that “crop”; reap “crop
badly and there is no chanc¢ )
make good the mistake. Whereas
conservation of such a_ national
asset aS Sugar means replanting

and replacing what you have ex-
tracted by manuring, conservation
of any oil found in Barbados
would mean getting as much oil
as possible from an oil reservoir.

The first oil well in the U.S.A
in 1859 was only 691) feet deep
To-day the drilling bits have gone
down nearly four miles and in
Barbados plans are being made
drill to 11,000 feet, if necessary
The object of conservation is
bring a greater recovery to offset
the cost of such deep drilling
maintain lower prices to the con
sumer. Conservation also brings
more oil to the surface under its
own power before wells must
on the pump. Pumping, like deep
drilling, costs money,

Some of the products fron
crude oil are volatile and thus do
not lend themselves to long stor
age anywhere but underground
Scientists and economists have
workedo ut ways of controlling;
the flow of oil and gas from under-
ind reservoirs so that:

t
to

and

go
g

gro.

production will |
demand but
be wasted
before it

yield from a}

(1) The rate of
meet current
oil will not
above the ground
can be used
The ultimate
pool will be the most that
it is economically feasible
to recover }

In many parts of the world}
multiple leasing over a_ single |
reservoir has led to gross wastage |
of the oil resources of the country,
The’ rival drilling companies |
struggle to establish the |



first |
drainage channels on their mutual |
boundaries and there is a race to}

|
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IF OIL SHOULD



A.R.S.M.,



BSc; F:GS
hewhere Thi gas dissolved
i in undergrounc
provide push
ve the oil towards an
z in the reservoir An oil
el. is such an “opening” and in a
lited way an oil well acts like

i soda siphon at home.

The buried rock formations also
ontain huge amounts of sea water
uried along with the oil and gas.
This too has been compressed over
illenniums and seeks to escape
vhen the well punctures the
eservolr

Also a vast bubble of free gas,
inder great pressure at the top of
he reservoir, has often separated
ut ready to expand and drive the
il with the gas dissolved ahead
of it and out of the opening.

The gusher or well flowing
vide open”, such as occurred in
ndiscriminate boundary drilling
ampaigns, is the opposite to to-

ay’s practises: The oil flows
thout curb and with it go im-
rense volumes of gas and water



hose pressure might have driver





y the oil. It was typical of the
rly years of the oil industry
nat wells soon had to be put or
he pump. Only one-fifth of the
ytentially recoverable oil was
tracted in those days; the in-
ushing gas from the top of the
eservoir and the water from be-
w by-passed and left pockets of
unrecoverable oil
No two reservoirs in this world
eact in exactly the same way
vhen oil is withdrawn; therefore
is of critical importance that

measurements,
gists have
e made

for which technol-
special instruments,
both the very early
tages of development and right
hrough its producing life,
hurly-burly competitive drill
ing there is “no time” to shut the
vell down for the proper obsery

in

of

ition period; all that matters}
nder these circumstances is to
et the oil out of the ground as

t as the oil companies can, and
he scientifle information, upon
vhich the whole future of the

ervoir depends, is ignored

If oil is found, let us hope that
or the good of the country its
roduction will be regulated and

xploited in such a way as to ex-
ract every barrel from the reserv-
that economically possible
lhere will be no second chances.

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by and for the Caribbean. “If onc known in theory by scientists, |
does not accept this, one can be were ignored in the rush to get
expected to be against Federation. oil before the other fellow and
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Another Argument garage, for example) knows that
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ar uments tackled by Dr. Huggins accord. Rather, because of \
was the oft-héard statement that osity and surface tension—th« Mi 14-32 49, 26
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Published by Th. Advocate Co. Ltd., 34, Broad St., Bridgetows



Sunday, March 26, 1950



Shipping Crisis

ALMOST five years have elapsed since
the end of the war but the shipping situa-
tion in the British Caribbean remains very
serious. Transportation between the
islands themselves, and between the West
Indies and the United Kingdom is still very
insatisfactory.

The Canadian National Steamships offer
a link between Canada and these islands
hut the service is less frequent than is
necessary and is unable to cope fully with
the demands which are made. Between
the islands and Great Britain the position
is even worse. Hundreds of would-be tra-
vellers are held up by the inability to
secure a passage.

The facilities that at present exist are
also rendered difficult by the extremely
high cost of passages. To travel from Bar-
bados to the United Kingdom costs about
ninety pounds. Nor is such accommoda-
tion as is afforded luxurious. Such a pas-
sage does not entitle the traveller to a suite,
and indeed he must often share his cabin
with others.

The British Shipping companies are
either unable or unwilling to provide more
ships for the West Indian service; and in
spite of repeated representations by West
Indian interests and West Indian Govern-
ments, the British Government have done
little or nothing to ease the situation.

It appears therefore, that West Indians
must endeavour to find a solution for them-
selves but it will be no easy task. The Brit-
ish merchant marine suffered severely dur-
ing the war and British shipyards are
working at high pressure to repair the rav-
ages of the war. Under the circumstances,
it is improbable that a West Indian ship-
ping company, if one were formed, would
be able to purchase the ships from Britain.

Were such a company then to seek else-
where, it would be confronted with the in-
superable wall of currency restrictions. It
be, that currency
might be released for such an important
matter, and West Indian businessmen
would do well to consider the possibilities
of such a venture,

Facing so serious a situation, it is regret-
table that the Standing Closer Association
Committee's Report made no mention of
shipping. Frequent shipping facilities at
cheap rates are indispensable if the widely
scattered islands of the Caribbean are to be
linked more closely together.

Shipping affects every member of the
community and if the business interests are
unable to undertake such a venture, the
Government should
fully whether
given.

may however, some

consider most care-

any could be
Money now lavishly expended on

subsidies could be used to a greater extent

assistance

for this purpose, and by reducing freight
s, the cost of living would be reduced
and work would be found for some of the

rate



ployed of the island
es eee
Aeting Officers
rHE number of officers now acting in
important positions in the Barbados Civil

Establishment, and the length of time du
1 these offices have been vacant is

This policy will have sex
repercussions in the Civil Servic

I'he two most important financial officers
in the service retired last year. The Col-
onial Treasurer retired after five months’
and the Auditor General after six months’
leave. The public have been told of no
effort to fill these offices and have been
given no justifiable reason why nothing
appears to have been done in the matter.
It must be pointed out however, that the
Colonial is the servant of the

House and it is peculiarly within the pro-

Treasurer

vince of that body to appoint a Treasurer
for the Governor’s approval. In this case
it is clear that even when the appointment
of a Treasurer comes before the House,
honourable members can offer little criti-

OUR READERS SAY:





losseihtniatatriesati iene inate eens annem damned nan ton meee
cism of the Government inasmuch as they
have failed to fill a post long vacant. Since
the retirement of the late Mr. C. L. Abrams,

there has been a vacancy on the Magisterial
Bench and the public have every right to

be dissatisfied when cases lodged for hear- |

ing are set down seven or eight weeks
ahead. This delay in the machinery of jus-
tice may be fraught with the most danger-

ous consequences when it is realised that |
the less forbearing might take the law into |

their own hands.

The post of Harbour and Shipping Master
is the most recent among the vacancies and |
inasmuch as there are several naval re-
serve Officers since the last war, there
should be no difficulty in filling this post
because it is the policy to appoint a naval
officer to this post.

In addition to all these criticisms against
the overall policy of allowing important re-
sponsible offices to remain vacant for long
periods, it is unfair to the officers acting
in these posts. Since the report of the Cuke
Committee it is not the custom to allow

these officers any extra remuneration for |

the responsibility of the senior office.

In this matter of filling these particular |
posts, the Government might easily have
taken the public into confidence if there

SUNDAY





was to be any change of policy. It is not
unknown that for several years now, the
suggestion was made that the posts of Audi-
tor and Treasurer be amalgamated in a
single Financial Department. ‘There cou.d
be no appreciable difficulty in carrying out
this suggestion at this time when Barbados
boasts among her top-ranking officers of a
Financial Secretary. If consideration of |
this amalgamation had been advanced as
reason for the delay there could be little
said against it, but to keep these offices
vacant for periods of nearly a year is to give
evidence of a most slipshod method of ecii-
ducting the business of government. It
is not conducive to efficiency nor to the har-
monious working of the Civil Establish-
ment and still less to that standard of satis-
factory service which the public are |
entitled to expect from the members of the
Service.





es se
Electricity

IN ANY democratic community a petition
signed by a reasonable number of citizens
qualified to do so could not be overlooked
by the Government. During the week, such
1 petition signed by more than one tenth
of the consumers of electricity, was pre-
sented to His Excellency the
asking for an enquiry into the working of
the Barbados Electricity Corporation. It is
a matter which the Government cannot

ignore with impunity.

Governor

It is not now the time for the general
public to attempt to reach conclusions.
There might be after a thorough inquiry
evidence which will completely exonerate
the Company or conversely it might be
proved that the management of the concern
was responsible for any condition in which
it now finds themselves.

There are still those who feel that the
Corporation might well have asked, in face
of public eriticisms, for such an inquiry.
The Barbados Electric Corporation is a
publie utility supplying light and power to
the community. On the efficiency of its ser-
vice, depends several smaller forms of busi-

ss by which thousands of people earn

ir livelihood.

The privileges of that company are lai
flown by the statute law of this isl:
which also gives power to the Governn
to demand that they conform to cert
tandards or to institute an inquiry into tl
working of the company. That power h:

corresponding amount of responsibility.

sibility the Government 1s now

called upon to shoulder; and until

there is a decision one way or another, ad

hoe decisions arrived at by loose thinking
and lack of information can do no good.

The Government too is concerned to the extent
that the scheme for large scale improvement of
the water system and the improvement of our
agricultural system by means of irrigation will be
dependent upon a proper supply of electricity.

The Government can hardly refuse the inquiry
but in the event of its doing so, it would be in
the interest of the Corporation to engage the
services of outside experts in a proper examin-
ation in the light of similar services in the
Caribbean. In case the inquiry is ordered it should
be free from all political influences remembering
that the matter is economic and must be adjusted
to the satisfaction not only of the 800 petitioners
but to the entire community.



YA %
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ADVOCATE



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UN

“Now I wonder what this would be—a betting ship or a hydro -plaat plan?”

Sitting On The Fence



HROUGHOUT mt 8
munth
No nudist stunth.

Ne’er cast a clout
Till May be out.

Keep woollies on
Till June is gone.

Protect your rumps
Till August cumps.

Wrap up each member
Until September.

October
summer’s ober.

Heart-to-Heart Chat

OR seme reason I cannot nope

to explain, a young woman,

signing herself “Worried”, has

written the following appeal to
me: —

“IT am very anxious to
married and wonder if
could help me?

“T am only 4ft. 10ins. and a
bij on the dumpy side. My
hair is wiry and my face always
comes out in red patches when
I am excited. I am also double-
jointed, and the dentist says

It's now
And

get
you

my teeth are loose. My boy
says it would be all right if I
didn’t giggle and laugh so
much.”

* * *

Well, “Worried,” yours'is a
rather difficult case. Does your
boy mean that your teeth are less
likely to drop out if you keep
your mouth shut, or what?

Curiously enough, some
prefer double-jointed women,
and I should draw his attention
is much as possible to what ap-
pears to be your outstanding

men

harm. Snap your thumbs back
at him occasionally, and when
bathing this summer do a few
ttle tricks with your toes.

You should certainly try to
avoid this giggling and laughing
\fier all, you don’t seem to have
much to laugh at, do you, dear?

“Ateh End

One of the G.P.O. accent tests
for girls was to say correctly,
“Have you had Hatch End 806°”
NSTRUCTOR: Now, say it
after me. “Have you had
Hatch End 806?”
TELEPHONE GIRL
had Hatch Hend Hate.
INSTRUCTOR: Cor lumme
. .I mean good gracious you're
getting worse. Once more
TELEPHONE GIRL: ‘Ave you
‘ad Hatch Hend eight Ho . °
Have you ‘ad ’Atch Hend
INSTRUCTOR: No, no,

Have you

no,

NO. Have you had ’Atch . oie

mean Hatch Hend Hate
we} 4s

TELEPHONE GIRL: Go od

‘eavens, you can’t say it yourself,

INSTRUCTOR: Don't be
himpudent.
TELEPHONE GIRL: Well,

hout with it.



By Nathaniel
Gubbins

INSTRUCTOR: Ave you ’ad

I mean Have you Had Hatch

Hend ‘Atch End ; no,
Hatch Hend Hate Ho Ho
Hate . . ho ’ell

TELEPHONE GIRL: What?
INSTRUCTOR: I meant “Ho

‘ades.”
Thoughts of a Wife

PENNY for your thoughts,”
you said,
As we sat in the dark:

How many, many times have you
Made that insane remark?
But now you've asked me once

again,
I'll let you have the works;
Maybe the truth will wipe away
Your smugness and your smirks.

Pm thinking of your foolish legs,

Your bald, receding dome,

Your flat feet splaying up
path,

As you come bounding home.

the

Your wolfish face when gulping
food,
Your rumbling, full-fed snore,
Your morning hawk and cough
and gasp
Behind the bathroom door.
Your silly tales and dirty jokes,
That pointless little pun,
That makes you seem so popular

When men “have all the fun.”
“A penny for your thoughts,”
you said,

Believing you would hear,
“How wonderful you are to me,
How wonderful my degr?”
One day, I read of a
man of 95 who had got rid of
all her wrinkles and looked 50

Books And
Persons

By Thorogood

The centenary of Robert Loui
Stevenson falls in November, and
the estimators of literary repuva-
tions are busy preparing their
bouquets or their brickbats, as the
case may be,

John Hampden’s The Stevenson
Companion (next week, Phoenix
House), will help them. He has
compiled 135,000 words from 15 of
R.L.S.’s books and has revold his
life story.

This will be followed a few
weeks later by new estimates of
two other old writers: Maria
Edgeworth (by P. H. Newby)
Anthony Trollope (by Bentrice
“unis Brown)—added to Arthur
Barker’s English Novelists series

These backward glances will
point the sorry contrast betweey

wo-

ind





years younger simply by smear-
ing her face with porridge. I
made up my mind to try this
simple remedy at once, and was
soon amazed and gratified to see
myself looking younger every
day

“Men turned to look at me in
the street, and the way they
stared in trams and buses became
positively embarrassing.

“IT then found that I had for-
gotten to wash the porridge off,
and I owe my present happiness
to the fact that I keep it on day
and night and that my husband
who is 108. cannot see an inch
in front of his nose.”—(Advt.).

Advert. for what?
Advert. for porridge, of course

Sentimental
Journey

North-country woman in court:
‘Mu husband spoke so kindly to
me that at first I thought he was
going to die.”

rere oop,
tha say?
“Tha called me
“Eh, lass, Ah did.

‘Inov,’

lad, what did’st
‘oov’ again ?’
Ah called thee

“A': must be going insane.”
“Nay, lad, ‘tis worse’n that, Ah’m
sure,
“For if wert proper mad
“Tha’d smash oop home and coot
our throats
“Just like'tha dear old dad,

“There’s many a draft thing thou
has done

“Since thou wert lad so high

“But never hast tha called me
‘loov’

“Tha must be going to die.”
pacious life the Victorians had
rite about and today's cramp-

ed world.

Nex: week, for instance, My
Time My Life, a first novel b»
Ceorge Camden (from Dent) i
chiefly about war-time life (an
sudden death) among the East
End poor

Camden, rag-and-bone man’s

! zrew up there working as

rber’s assistant, tailor’s hand

yas married at 19; wrote his



by candle-light in their one
while wife and child slept
and bombs dropped

A late-Maren book (from Eyre
and Spottiswoode) will be Julian
Symon’s biography of his elder
brother, A. J. A. Symons, fastidi-
ous eccentric who founded the
First Edition Club, and vhe Wine
and Food Society, and wrote a
famous book, The Quest for Corvo.
He also had Europe's largest col-
lection of musical boxes (now in
Oxford’s Pitt- River Museum),
ranging from specimens small as
snuff-boxes to large like coffins. H
wrote his own epitaph—A.J.A.S.

-A.L.A.S.”
‘SaI— eT

room

is An Imported Temporary Colonial See retary Worth While

To the Editor, The Advocate-
an important

Sm In a recent message to
the House of Assembly, His Ex-
cellency invited the views of
members on the question of the
secondment of a Principal Officer
from the Colonial Office to act,
temporarily as Colonial Secretary

affairs of
conditions

officer,

must cause some anxiety in such

department; but surely the sec-
ondment of a rank novice to the
this office
with
junior clerks surrounding such an
would never
fidence in the colony.

tablishment at this moment there
are capable and competent men
who can perform the office of
Acting Colonial Secretary.

Quite recently Mr. J. W. B.
Chenery, B.A., was called upon to
act as Chief Justice of the colony.
Mr. Chenery filled this high office
with extreme dignity, eloquence

hard-pressed
and local
an array of

ensure con-
It would

I must state frankly that this be merely giving a European a and a wealth of legal versatility.
message amazed me. My only happy holiday in Barkados ; Cannot Mr. Chenery be invited to
satisfaction is the fact that the Let us review the other side. act as Colonial Secretary?

Select Committee, to whom it is ]

referred, are a group of shrewd, at a critical

commonsense politicians in whom Won. E
we can rely for firmness in this now Sir Allan
matter

What are the facts which led up
to this official message? The Colo-

ous efficiency



remember vividly the occasion,
period
A. Collymore, K.C., M.A,,
Collymore, acted
in this high office with conspicu-
I actually





It must be borne in mind that
Mr. A. G. Rocheford, M.A., has
spent long years in this depart-
ment as also Mr. Frank Bishop,
M.B.E. These gentlemen are also
competent to act.

when the

saw the







volume of work which he had to Can this dust, thrown into our
nial Secretary, Hon. S. H. Per- perform. There ere others, too, eyes by the hand of the Colonial
owne, O.B.E,, acted as Adminis- who have acted in this office with Office. blind our eyes to the in-
iaine Gf the cole for many distinction, among them, Hon. justice of this proposal?
months before the arrival’of our G. Clyde Willia C. A. Reed, [ am appealing to the members
Goverr Since Mr. Sa i Cyril Stout I a left to of the Select Committee to re-
Col t € is the stark spectfully reject this kind of offer
. ( anaes i mend that a local
be I I S¢ our Civil Service be
I e | State I an act until the newly
p , We ne ed Colonial Secretary can
ere de and « il n irrive in the colony
the fice Wha \ vice A ALBERI A. MAYNARD
; wert t x } sage Avedon
chat uw Civil E Collymere Rock.



Highest And Best
To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—In a detached manner my
Sympathy goes out to Mr. Garner
and Mr. Cyrus re negro history
being taught in schools. In an
age when everything is moving
on what benefit is it to know that
Euclid, the mathematician and
father of Geometry and, George
Washington Carver were negroes
or that Nelson and Leonardo Da
Vinci were white? Even those
names prove that God is no re-
spector of colour, for at once we
see able white men and able black
men. What I think should con-
cern us to-day more than ever is



a fact that poor negroes in Bar-
bados and poor whites
are regarded the
wer I

in England
way, What






practical use of a knife and fork,
the benefits and attraction of a
nicely kept home has never been
their lot, they have never been
intraduced into delightfulness
comfort and pleasant surround-
ings, rather their poverty and
unfortunate circumstances is
stressed, The milk given in tin
tots and biscuits in their hands is
the culmination of unbecoming
poverty stricken conditions. With-
out doubt they ade to feel
their nobodyness

I feel that
should be attached
appointed room
a general love f
should be taugh

goes to a co



are n

to every





where cul







eschew the vi
place thus he enter

@ LETTERS which are signed with a nom—de- plume,

definite idea of the kind of hon
and surroundings he wants,

the contrary, is made to feel that |

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so, the elementary child, who 9n |

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_ ee =
Passengers

Want Seats
In Probyn St.

FEW *BUS passengers told the
“Advocate” recently that

; would appreciate very much
they tion of seats under the Bus
ae ers at the Probyn Street Bus

Stand. wadvocate” learnt yester-
That the reason for not erect-
‘ag these seats is because they
in attract idlers and this may
Poe in the best interest of the
or gengers Waiting for buses.
— feared that these idlers
occupy the seats for two or
hours and some may even
be bold enough to carry on card,
gominoe or draught games.

ETHEL CHURCH was filled to
B capacity on Thursday night
hen the Rev. E. L. Taylor was
: missioned as a Probationer
Minister of the Methodist Church.
The Service was conducted by
the Chairman of the District, Rev.
BE. J. Griffin, assisted by the Rev-
erend J. B. Broomes and B.

would

» Crosby.

Mr. Taylor told the gathering of
his early training in the Bethel
Sunday Schoo! and of his service
jn that Church. He made grateful
reference to the parents, teachers,
ministers and friends who had in-
fluenced him in the past. He then
related his call to the Ministry
and how he had been enabled to
see that call confirmed by his
Church. ;

A feature of the Service was
the hearty singing of hymns, all
of which were very appropriate
to the occasion. A collection was
taken in aid of the Caenwood
College New Chapel Fund.

PRIVATE SHOW at St.

Peier’s Almshouse on Mon-
dey, March 27 is ficluded in the
programme of the Mobile Cinema
for the week beginning March 27
to March 31.

On Tuesday, March 28, the
Cinema will be at St. Philip;
Wednesday, the St. Clement’s

Area, St. Lucy; Thursday, St. Au-

ine Area, St. George; and Fri-
reh 31 at Government
al School, St. Philip.
MOND ROAD, St. John,
was the scene of an accideni
at about 8.40 p.m. on Thursday
between a bicycle owned and
ridden by Charles Walrond of Dr.
Gibb’s Land, St. John, and anovhe:
bicycle, ridden by Lloyd Speede
of Massiah Street.

Walrond fell and
elbow.

N ACCIDENT

Trafalgar

7.15 p.m. on
bicyele owned




struck his
occurred on
Square, at about
Friday between a
and ridden by
Cecil Alleyne of Eagle Hall and
a pedestrian Selwin Ifill of
Kensington ‘New Road. Ifill was
wounded on his right elbow.
HEIFER was injured after it
was involved in an accident
with a car at about 5.15 p.m. on

b Wednesday.

The car

involved was A—58,
owned by J. L. R. Rudder of
Burnt House Plantation, and
driven by Lionel Cumberbatch ot
Indian Ground, St. Peter, The

heifer was led by Oscar Riley of
Shorey Village.

N ACCIDENT occurred on

Church Street, near Messrs.
Carlton Browne’s Drug Store, at
about 10.50 am. on Friday be-
tween motor car X—1066, owned
and driven by George Morley of
Browne's Gap, Hastings, and
bicycle owned by Messrs. Dear’s
Garace, and ridden by Cyril Best
of School Gap, Hindsbury Road.
The front fork of the bieycie
eroken and the front fencer
of the car slightly damaged.
BISHOP
OPPA PALLiE, an Indian of

Kensingvon New Road, was

injured in ar accident 1 in ar : on Bakers
Road, St. Peter. at about 4.30 p.m.
Friday. He was treated at the’

Gereral Hospital and di charged,
The accident involved motor
car S—12, owned by Edgervon
Kellman and driven by his son,
onel, both of Sion Hill, St, Peter,
and thé motor cycle owned by
Ahmed I. Bulbulia of King Street
Me Hecen by Poppa Rallie,

he right fender, right head
0 and wind screen of the cat
i nen sed. The exhaust pipe,
andie bars and generator of vne
_ cycle were also damaged.

UR ACRES of first crop ripe
Canes and half of

an acre of
Foung can, n acre o

were destroyed when
Me ot ken wn origin hroke out
a Bac ntation, St. Philip at

a oa rhureday. , ‘
anes are the property o
Cnc clatke of Worthing, Christ

Sen and Were insured.

x OLD YARDE of Trents,
eas zeae, reported that his
ee ta a0 " ken and entered be-
190 am bm. on Thursday and
of oe on ‘Thay and a quantity

4€8 taken
HE LOSS of
reporte.
of Silvers
Stated

two sheep was
dl by Douglas Springer
Sands, Christ Church.
the sheep were
an open pen in his
Wetinoectween 10.00 p.m. on
sday an 5 z
ursday d 5.30 a.m. on
ne is owned by i
. y Archie Cnase
_ other by Graham Hutch-
oe both of Ealing Grove,
at St Church, The matter is
€r investigation,
etescoscccosssesocees:

EVERYBODY'S GLAD TO HEAR

‘ PERKINS &
‘ Roebuck Street,

‘
Se
SPO6S66t hee.



Mr. C. Thomas
President Of The

Clerks’ Union

Mr. Charles Thom
Plantations Ltd.
Gay nignt elected
Barbados Clerks’
cession to Mr.

as of Messrs,
was on Thurs-
Feenvoens of the

nion in sue-
i rs A. E. S. Lewis
M ee who is out of the inland
a ‘here was a fine turnout of
clerks, evidence of a revival of
spirit and vne President delivered
an Inspiring address,

He reminded the clerks of the

institution in the communit'
ivy.
He thanked them for the confi-
dence they had reposed j
and he would endeavour t

them to pte oi ha

; tne best of his ility
This Was an honour indece. aot
it carried a corresponding duty
He was there as the chief servant
of the clerks; he would put aside
all personal feelings and do what
they wanted to do. This did not
mean that he would encourage
wrong doing or slackness on the
par’ of any clerk. It was their
duty to work honestly and to give
their loyalty to their employer.

Changes
_The changes of the economic
situation were such that vhey

never knew, they could not fore-
see, what effect these Shidemet cate
on business, but what they did
know was vhat the olerk would
always be affected,

There were about five thousand
clerks in Bridgetown and there
was no reason why every one of
them shoud not be a member of
the Clerks’ Union. It would mean
that they would be strong and
respecved. The employer who re-
fused to pay decent wages would
be told so and if they held to-
gether they would be able to get
those employers wh’; paid proper
wages to assist ia bringing pres-
sure on those who did nov.

_As President of the Union his
aim was peace and prosperity. He
would work with anyone who had

the interests of the clerks at heart,
and the clerks would realise thav

it was their duty to support the
union and refuse to listen to de-
tractors. They \hemselves must
not undermine the confidence of
the public in the union. Thev
should come forth boldly and
offer the criticisms which would
make it stronger. and refuse to
helo those who despised iv.

It was their union and it was
up to them to make it something
worthwhile.



Barbados Ships

Furniture

QUITE a good business in the
furniture section of the firm of
Messrs. C, F, Harrison & Co., Ltd.,
is being done, the Manager of the
furniture and showroom depart-
ments, Mr. R. B. Moulder, told
the “Advocate”. yesterday.

Most of the furniture at pres-
ent in stock has been bought
from outside joiners, he said, but
the staff of the woodworking de-
partment of the firm, of about a
dozen men; undertake the carry-
ing out of special orders. Ship-
ments of the furniture were from
time to time sent to Bermuda and
other West Indian islands.

The furniture business has been
carried on by the firm for many
years. The firm’s workshop
ceased its activities in 1946 but
started again last year, Mr. Moul-
der said. He was pleased to say
that there had been a steady in-
crease in sales over the last six
years Pl
“This method of buying furni-
ture from outside along with the
employing of workmen in the
firm’s. workshop, provided em-
ployment for quite a number of
people, he said, and he hoped the
encouragement that had been
given would be continued.

8 LANES

Apart from Prince
Henry and Shepherd
which stretch right across Broad
Street, there are eight Lanes
branching out from Broad Street
on the left and right of the road.
These are Higginson, Philadel-
phia, Liverpool, Lancaster, Man-
chester, and Bolton Lanes, Lukes
Alley and Middle Street.
The largest Alleys, such as Bol-
ton Lane, Middle Street, Shepherd
Street and lower Prince William
Henry Street come in useful as
parking areas but the others are
too narrow and only serve as
short cuts to either the Wharf or
a reet. /
a ey a continuation of
Busbey’s Alley, is a wayside fruit
and vegetable market and many
shoppers can always be amn, B°
ing into this Alley to purchas
these commodities. f ‘
The other Alleys come in use-
ful generally on Saturday —_—
During this night many drun e
around the City are laid to +
in these Alleys until the Sun -
morning, when they awake and

find themselves far away from
home.





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Hospitalised

Sitting up and reading a Life
magazine in Room 4 of Pay Ward
23-year-old London fireman
Francis Elias (Jack) Neighbour
told the Advocate yesterday in an
interview that he likes Barbados—
she little he has seen—and is fee! -
ing fine sinte an operation was
performed on his right foot.
Born in Islington, London, Jeck
said he was helping four ship-
mates to carry a filled oil drum to
the upper deck on the Anglo-
Saxon oil tanker “Thelidomus”
when the drum slipped away and
rolled over his right foot erushing
the toes, while they were enroute
from Dakar to Curacao,

As the drum rolled over his tces
he felt a sharp pain and lost con-
sciousness. When he came to him-
self he was lying in the doctor’s
room and noticed that some of his
iriends were staring down at him
anxiously, He. believed that he
was unconscious for quite a time.
About 8 pm. the evening Dr.
E. W. Saatrube from the “Cottica”
came over to the “Thelidomus”
and gave him an injection in his
right arm which soothed the pain
which was beginning to give him
a headache.

He was later removed to the
“Cottica” and was given injections
quite frequently while they were
coming to Barbados. Although
this was his first operation he did
not feel uncertain of himself
because somehow he knew that
everything would go well

As far as he has been told al!
the toes on the right foot excep‘
the big toe have been ampu atc:

He is also a good bee bop dancer
but how good he will be after this
he does not know. However he
will follow up the hot bands an:
continue to collect Gilles,
records.

Although he cannot move around
lie is not bored as he is receiving
books and magazines and many
other things from sympathisers.

He has three brothers two in the
Army and one in the Royal Navy.
He has been a fireman for fe
and a half years four of with
were spent in the Royal Navy
a he joined the Merchiént

avy.

Five Elected
To C.S.A: Council

The Civil ae Association
balloted yesterday for the election
of five members to t%ie Council,
following nominations made at
the Annual General Meeting on
February 25.

The result of the poll show Mr.
E. L. Morris first, Mr. C. R. C.
Springer second, Mr. R, A. Clarke:
third and Mr. F. H. Barker and
Mr. H. Coulston tying for fourth
place

Cost Of Living
Up Two Points

The Island’s cost of living went
up two points in February over
the figure for January, latest fig-
ures released by the Labour De-
partment reveal. The figure for
January was 228, That for Feb-
ruary was 230, using 100 as the
figure in September 1939.

Increase in all items since Sep-
tember 1939 is placed at 130 per
cent, Increase in food only is at
116 per cent.







Commissioners Will
Stay 3 Yrs. Longer

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
KINGSTON.

The Governor with the appro-
val of the Secretary of State for
the Colonies has extended the
term of Mr. W. A. Calver’s ap-
pointment, as Commission#:s of
Police, Jamaica, for a _ furvher
period of three years.

In 1948 Mr. Calver was appoint-
ed Commissioner for a period of
two years to carry out re-organi-
sation of the Police Force on lines
which he had recommended. This
re-organisation is not yet com-
pleted, and it is with a view vo
enabling the Commissioner to fin-
ich his task that the extension of
his term has been approved,



Dutch Help British

(Barbados Advoctae Correspondent.)

GEORGETOWN
The people of Nickerie, second
town of Surinam, Netherlands

Guiana, on the Corentyne River
(B.G.-Surinam border) have sent
a cheque for $2,242 to the Mayor

of Georgetown’s Central Flood
Relief Fund. This is another
example of the Dutch people's
good-neighbour policy towards

British Guiana.

In a telegram to the Town Clerk,
Georgetown, the District Commis-
sioner at Nickerie said.—‘“The
people of Nickerie consider it
their duty to their closest neigh-
bour by collecting a sum of $2,242
as an expression of their sincere
sympathy for the people of the
flood area.”





SUNDAY

C.D.C. To Erect
$2 Million Saw
Mill In B.G.

(Barbados Advoctae Correspondent.)
GEORGETOWN.

Mr. P. ©. Edmeades, General
Manager of the Colonial Devel-
opment Corporation in British
Guiana announced at a _ Press
Conference on Tuesday that he
has received the “go ahead” sig-
nal from London headquarters,
and 25 acres of land at Pin.
Houston, two miles from George-
town on the East Bank of the
Demerara River, have been pur-
chased for the erection of a giant

saw mill which it js estimated
will cost in the vicinity of $2
million, ’

Clearing of the land has

actually begun and the erection
of the Saw Mill will be com-



ADVOCATE



Poll On Leopold
Has Weakened
Belgian Throne

THE Belgium referendum — I
almost said by-election-—on King
Leopold’s return has been half-
drama, half-farce. One thing is
clear—the most stable and un-
questioned monarchy on the Con-
tinent has been grievously weak-
ened as 2 result.

When the issue of Leopold’s
conduct during the war first in-
flamed Belgian politics, there was

never any question about the
monarchy.
The Belgians have an almost

Victorian adulation for their Royal
Family. Royalty in Belgium has
united the dour Flemish-speaking
population with their more fiery
French-speaking compatriots.

pleted in about two years. It

will be the mest modern saw
mill in the Colony and will be

electrically -driven.

In a Message to the Legislative
Council on January 5 last, Gov-
ernor Sir Charles Woolley said:
“IT am pleased .. . to lay before
you a letter which I have receiy-
ed from Lord Trefgarne, Chair-
man of the Corporation, announc-
ing his Board’s decision to such
a project—timber development—
together with a Memorandum
from the Managing-Agents sum-
marising the principal features
and implications of this great
scheme, Which is by far the larg-
est and most comprehensive plan
for the development of the Col-
ony’s timber resources’ ever
actually attempted. . . . Its first
phase alone will involve the in-
vestment of over $5 million in
a great modern mill capable, with
its most up-to-date machinery,
of handling 40 to 50,000 tons of
logs a year and an extraction
plant of the latest type, many of
which will be completely new to
the Colony.

Not Isolated

“This great timber develop-
ment scheme,” Sir Charles added,
“is not to be regarded as an iso-
lated project but as part of the
general programme for develop-
ment of the interior envisaged in
the Evans Commission, which in
fact also proposed the participa-
tion of the C.D.C. which has now
come about...”

Mr. Edmeades disclosed, at the
Press Conference that the Cor-
poration’s main base for opera-
tions in the Bartica Triangle will
be at Winipiru, a river about 25
miles above Bartica and a tribu-,
tary of the Essequibo, which was
recently acquired from Booker
Bros., McConnell & Co., Ltd.

Timber will be carried to Wini-
piru by giant lorries, and can-
veyed from there to Georgetown
by motor barges. “A year from
now Winipiru will be a busy in-
dustrial centre.” c

The Saw Mill at Houston will
have an 8-hour daily imput of
130 cubic tons of logs. It was
planned to get the long delivery
equipment first on order because
it was no use getting machinery
down which would not be used
immediatey, and in addition
there would be no place to put
it.



£4 Fine For
Cigarette Thief

A fine of £4 to be paid in
monthly instalments was imposed
on Goulbourn Morris of Dean's
Village and a porter of Knighs
City Pharmacy yesterday by His
Worship Mr. E, A. McLeod, ;

He was found guilty of stealing
10 tins of, Ardath cigarettes valued
at $8.80 and the property of
Knights Civ’y Pharmacy. :

He was given an alternative o!
two months’ imprisonment.

Olivet To



Calvary

Maunder’s beautiful and solemn |

Passion Cantata “Olivet to Cal-
vary” will be rendered by the St.
Michael Cimbined Choir conduct
ed by Mr. Egbert S. McClean at
Holy Trinity Church, St.
of which the Rev. O. E. Jones.
M.A. is the Vicar, on Palm Sun-

day April 2nd at 4 p.m. The soloists

will be Miss G. Crichlow, Mrs
Egbert McClean and Mrs. Victori:
Arthur, Sopranos : Messrs. Noel

Elder and Sydney Denny, Tenors :

Messrs. Vernon Ellis and Thomp
son, baritone.
accompanied on the organ by
Messrs A. F. A. Clairmonte and
Clement St. John.

Obituary

Mr. A. A. Tudor

The death of Mr. Alfred Austin
Tudor took place at the General
Hospital on Monday and he was
buried the following day at St.
Mr. Tudor was
Boys’
He was em-
ployed with the firm of James A.
Tudor and was respected by all
vhe staff. Mr, Tudor was interest-
ed both in his work and public
His sickness lasted only
On the whole he was

Barnabas Church.
educated at Shrewsbury
School, St. Philip.

affairs.
four days.

genuine and always seemed to be
quiet. :

He leaves to mourn his wife,
Mrs, Iris Tudor, seven sons and
two daughters.

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The choir will ba

ee

SO —™— oo:

Few Republicans

The result is that republican-
ism is almost non-existent in
Belgium.

It is this adoration of the Royal
Family which explains the fact
that Leopold still has more than
half the couhtry behind him,
despite his wartime behaviour —
and, even more serious, his un-

pepular wartime marriage to a
commoner, fhe beautiful Miss
Lilian Baels.

The working class took the
uncompromising view—‘The king
should have’ married one of his

own class.”

Leopold widened an issue which
at first concerned only himself
personally, into one concerning
the monarchy.

Strident Posters

It was Leopold who insisted on
this referendum. It escaped him
that once a king becomes the sub-
ject of an election, he ceases to
be a king; he becomes the head of
a party.

The Leopold referendum was 2.
bitter personal trageay tur me}
Belgian Royal Family. The
strident posters exploiting the
memory of the late Queen Astrid
against her husband must have
caused considerable pain to the
aged Queen Mother.

Meanwhile, Brussels has main-
tained its almost legendary sense
of luxury.

Even visitors from Paris are
overwhelmed by the scale on
which plenty has been lavished







on the modest-sized capital.

in Brussels
alone, if
need

It is advisable
never to eat out
because the menus
hands to hold them.

It
covers a_rest&urant
menu can be read
half an hour.

only
four!

is with relief that one dis-
where
less than

in

20-year-old Tunes
After feasting prosperous])
dance at arm’s length to 193:
tunes played by a gipsy strin
quartet, or go to one of the in
numerable lace curtain bars.
Prices have soared so much tha
the most obvious economy for :
visitor is to eat only once a day
Footnote. — The British Am
bassador’s residence has an at
mosphere of British restraint. Th
door to the visitors’ bathroom i
so small that when Mr. Bev:
visited Brussels recently the Em
bassy had to be told his measure
ments in case he could not enter
the room.

citizens adjourn to night clubs t |
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RHEUMATISM

“and agonising |
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GONE!

Sufferers from
rheumatism will

Obstinate

be interested in
complaints the experience |
related in 8 |

relieved by man's letter :—
“Some years
KRUSCHEN ago I began to |

feel rheumatism
in my arms and shoulders. Then
pains started in the small of my
ack, increasing until they were
really severe. bought a bottle
of Kruschen and was surprised to
find that I got a little relief. I
bought another and before it was
finished all my pains had gone
and from that day have not
Spepared again. My ins were
obstinate and the relief really
surprised me."’—T.R. |
Rheumatic pains and backache
are usually the resv't of poisons
in the blood—poisons which lazy
bowels and tired kidneys are
foiling to expel. For these |
complaints thére is no _ finer
treatment than Kruschen Salts
which cleanses all the internal
organs, stimulates them to nor-
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Six Months
For Rum

Ashton Weekes of Suttle Street
was sentenced to six months’
imprisonment vesterdayâ„¢by His
Worship Mr. H. A. Talma when
he was found guilty of stealin
one demijohn containing two gai
lons of rum the property
Perkins & Co. Ltd. Roebuck
Street.

Weekes was seen carrying 4%
demijohn in his hand by island
constable Gill. When asked where
he was carry#hge it and how he
had obtained it, he dropped the
demijohn and ran.

on

He was later captured and
iaken to the Centrai Station);
where he was charged.



Referendum Will
Decide For B.G.

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, March 25.
British Guiana will decide by
referendum whether or not to
federate with the West Indies if
the legislature approve the motion
tabled in the Council by the Hon.
John Carter.

The motion urges Government
to take all possible publicity
measures to launch a three-month
campaign to educate the public
on the full implications involved
in joining or abstaining from
federation before taking a colony-
wide vote on the issue.

The federation report has stirre<
up lively controversy and severa
largely attended meetings are
being held in roadway clubs ana
organisations debating the cas:
for and against.



25 YEARS AGO
(Advocate, March 26, 1925)
Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Gowdey anc
Master Gowdey returned here
from Halifax by the R.M.S.P
Chandiers yesterday morning, In-

transit passengers by the same

opportunity were Judge MeDonalc |

of Nova
Webb

Scotia
from

and Mr. A, M
Toronto, who is t
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Holiow Easter Egg in Box

(Large) $1.65
Hollow Easter Egg in Box
(Medium) .. $1.04
Filled Easter Egg Chocolate
ee $1.32
Filled Easter Egg Foiled 55c.
Plastic Egg with Doll. .$1.32
Easter Egg (Large) in Duck

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Carriage .........$1.28
Easter Egg (Med.) in Duck
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PAGE TEN



Unification Of Public Services Report

THE report of the Commission the person so appointed must | t which full time service ili that, because we are alive to the ic salary for comparable poSis, sional services; ¢.g ‘
on the Unification of Public Ser- a man of indepenaence oi min e necessary after this period, imperfections of any system of throughout the area, and common service, (sé@ paragraph 34 he
vices in the Caribbean, concludes and of discretion. His usefuine but we are clearly of unification which fall hort { conditions in respect of leave, Report), owing to difference
with this insialment to-day. as a member of the Commission that, in the light of the l federation, we consider the prin- passages and pensions.” Later in the professional qualifications re-
Referring to Establishment would seriously be impaired ii ler our proposal | ciple of inification not the draft despatch he suggests quired in the various territories;
officers the report says:— he were to regard himself as a “evoly on him, the estab! - worth rsuing On the that, in the first instance, unificay but these difficulties s 10uld ‘not
ine size of the territories with delegate of the Federation and ™ent m«¢ r must be engaged, contrary, given good-will and tion should be considered in rela- be exaggerated. I cannot believe
which we are concerned does not responsible to that body tor his © nployed unerated on a ready co-operation on the part of tion to only five specific services. that colonies which are p pared
{ admit of the appointment of an actions, The need for discretion full-time 4 the Governments of the several I have assumed that it is because to accept the principle of ete
officer of such status in each of is even clearer. Discussion on = ne Eo eh Mate nd f 1 close territories, we believe that ac- he foresees difficulties in achiev- tion will be unable to gree On
; ther. But whatever form closer the relative merits of civil servahts ae es . - lal cost oF ceptance of our proposals would ing a uniform grading of posts and bagi ory ye cing vr eda
association of the colonies in the are highly confidential matters Salnienianed ‘sp ie eh ot only represent a substantial common basic salaries that ths Posts | for w uch or See
Cariboean area may take, the which should, in no cireumstances, joing tha abd eta ae aed Oa by eres the number of services which he su a a dinar tat i éahednied
resulting changes in the internal be disclosed to any outside person. traye) wil] et : Sete. whic now from the gests for immediate unification + The sasttaa ‘of present holders. of You can light up without fear



sonomy of the civil services T i idence which « is low ¢ $ ; z : , ;
ange AS a ppointineltt . Le ra . tieinns te eet coe allow f paid cruitment and promof on than at does nat consider so great 1 mea ts which were scheduled would of smoke-stained teeth, if you
wi @ X s < oca personnel 1 the West present obtains, might well pave - : itv an i - f course, be prejudiced, ex- se Nic toot! x
a. i : = 4 : ; sigy . : z i ains, migi é ure niformity to be an indis nt, Of course, be prejudiced, C3 use Nicota, the toothpaste that
a, regional anes = ao Enel appointment of a serving civil Indies are on a higher level the way for the extension of the Nemenie condition of unification, cept that they could not be, con lights up your a Nicota
nls. seed tt aes teri ooo oe se [ot é tabne Mian ‘hose obtaining in the federal principle. We have pos- this ‘argument for restricting uni- sidered for promotion to any other with its clean, fresh flavour,
ive» If ultimately a federal been represented to us that there [pj tie aa aN ee ated ¢ -will ¢ ‘ _ tis. Megs) he p33 gle : : De, katie le with an, fresh »
| perativ Db Pp United Kingdom, we estimate tulated good-will and ready co- footion to certain services cdovs-scheduled post until they had a iisets unsightly nicotine stain,

part of our proposals. In earlier that, in certain

paragraphs of this chapter, we some difficulties might arise from ing on a full-time basis, be of

ties which will devolve upon him 1 discussions
duties which incidentally will merits of senior

fave-touched oh some of the du-’t).e participation of a civil servant . fy 5 4
! yn the relative ‘ ‘ ae nes ; ’ ;
With Conclusion taken as an earnest of the inten- that the general standard of the : i .

officers

necessit:
ellit

his prévious experience of estab- yassment would
lishment matters should be of federation if it

from these duties, any we consider























Government should be set up, he would be difficulties in arranging that the cost of salaries of mem- Operation. If these are lacking,
would “be the servant of that for the secondment of a serving pers and of the staff of the Com- and if our proposals are examined
Government. In the meantime, officer and the payment of salary mission, ren
his membership of the Public {o the officer replacing him during dation, travelling expenses. and Jf : ;
Service Commision is an integral the period of secondment, and also subsistence allowances will, so ance of the existing privileges and ject of unification that the field ci I know of no service in the area

great deal of Wav~ these views we are in agreement,
that no embai
be
yere ial awh t vices oul
were laid doWN we do not doubt, but we venture Vices would i

ioe , ) who are in it. I therefore consid-
‘mat } a ; involve, and to ex- °" that no service should be ex-
istant he { i nust no : geloditcly - ». ‘luded from unification unless
3 3 t ; gr ae iia oa * ok Pro- there are positive reasons for
gior hen i aile pt be a serving civil servan perfections reflect the fact that Posals put forward to that end. It oing so.





SUNDAY ADVOCATI Be ad SUNDAY MARCH 9,

em ate nace b, 4s)























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not apply. quired the necessary qualifications yet contains no harmful abra-

: ; * (4) “The service should be on ie ces oie
ommo-. in a parochial spirit and with The Area which offers advancement ~~ Nicots keeps your teeth
us insistence on the mainten- I regard it as the principal ob- from one grade to another.” really white from morning to
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staat : : ularly those which are now usually responsibility. It is by no means



the order of £25.000 a year possibility. The proceedings at filled by local promotion, shall be
Montego Bay may, however, be the area instead of the colony,






We have now discharged to the tion of the Governments to ac- service will be raised and better
best of our ability the task im- ¢ePt, in principle, that measure ospects will be offered to those
posed upon us. That imperfec- Of closer association which unifi-

“aused t the ; ~
Caused tO ti tions will be found in our report

ation of some of the public ser-





























































great t ; xe Commis it their representative must NOU to suggest that some of these im- @â„¢Mine dispa
advise individual colonies on the Expedient any system of unification that !5 1" the hope tant aga neers” L cannot accept the criteria cf
proposed establishment of adm We Hav given careful con- falls short of complete fusion is, ™€® lations na mt or _ Suc h va ification in paragraph 29 of the
istrative posits (vide paragrapi deration to the question whether in the root meaning of the word, 2â„¢nation that we submit our re- port for the following reasons.
65), and also in determining the ere should be iny direct imperfect, that is to say, unfin- POT . F Ps Seidel iat
z ue ‘ oy : oe a? aie TRIC . or convenience the criteria arc
relative weight which should be )epresentation of individual col. ished. A unified service is, at MAURICE HOLMES, uoted.)
attached to merit and seniority nies on the Commission. One a i more +nan a half-way Pp FP iu“, (1) “The service should be one Is NE VER IUS
in the making of promotion xpedient which we considered house between separate services Al err. which exists in most, if not - hh LUCK!
| Generally speaking, it 15 true t as the addition to the Commis- for each territory and a federal : men all, of the colonies.”
: } : arvice. and we s lac anu, Ss.
iy say of these colonies, as vi yn of two persons, each repre- Service, and we should be lacking S. A. STONE, pharmace Wary. taut seivings. to \
units in the Colonial E1 C ntin in individual colony ! candour if we failed to expres (British Honduras) this deed ‘not pDly ne oie
its 1 t Olonial kmpire, u « 2g ar ( é ; lor : - er i. te satan 7 - E TEs aT hie s 2g ¢ y,¢ -
f too much weight is attac Te 1ese members retiring after one on sonetiinae fi r th ae Tt i oS ae oe these—forestry—is recommend- that lovely }
av fry Ss stit > fo the latter ne Jame é wee - - . . ‘ y y ~ oy tek ll .
t seniority and too little to merit. or two years to make room for Pablic Service “Gamenieor ai D. L. MATHESON | in the Report for immediate la vely head of hair you admire (and
Now it is obviou ae : the repre aE Cape Wis BA ee have no control ower the ope of Leeward Islands) ification. But apart from this I envy! her :
will entirely tail Colones SUCH (Sit Arran genes iy service that may be unified J. O°CONNOR, visage the Public Service Coin- envy.) in others is never Just luck, but the
j umless merit is the d aaa og gab: ab thing +h, ov the number of personnel em- (Trinidad & Tobago) sion as the body responsible : :
dxétor, atid @ higher the p stimu iting and ss ‘intaining ployed in it. The contin a VN. A. DATE, making all senior appoint- reflection of constant care and attention
in tne official nierachy U beet Ae jeer + ce ee at oA at that atters will remain with the Gov- (Windward Islands) nts in the area. The alterna- et
i PER: BeRLy> ASPET’ this np stad a uld | " fe : ernment of each colony and will H. P. GOODWYN ive, which I do not consider sat-
from advantages which will “us advantage would be fe xxercised by it at its discre- (Secretary ) factory, would be the advertise- A goad S i Sacks
) advantags than overweighed by the disad- ” ex rei b it its dis¢ re ; Sa pag fist yg et Pn ce A good SHAMPOO is the beginning of all hait
accrue to the services from th f If the colony representa- “OM and in accordance with its 10t! » 1949 t in each colony in the area
¢ intages. If the colony represer ¢ “0 ‘On t} Ss ec ote of reservation v “h vac? “vy as i nO 3
selection of the best ( “ . resources Consequer here each vacancy as it occurs. tree : fs
eS vere eials > woul 1 . ow _ reatments ... g - y
job, the several Gover te tives o- offic am the y B UC will be no assurance ny uni- \Oe We JUSTICE D. E. JACK 2) “Tne service should be one begin to day with, , ,
acquiesce more rea the need to 7. ae Se ee anon ak Ree service e | adapted SON. the tember for Brit the officers in whith nor-
a““ ing ne VC ye very difficu ’ ' ; ¥, the € [ rit *
import n of « I it nS one > wo : ; = . : o the need e unit on whic Guiana. was unable to mally look to advancement
col if they are satisfied tha - = ae a : 1 unihic sad is based, namel ne sign the report owing t n that service and in no
they are the best Hable. s.. other hand ti were unof iar nee a , ibsence r the Ur ther
Indeed, their acceptance of our (j51. nominated by the legi pene LL el if. eeu Ss Ki He has, however explanation given for this \
propésal eed ; , . 1 a »Y leg , that this or tha rvice should be nar the eport in. draft on appears to be a strong
FOpOsa , Tegal ‘ An . res t is ficult to s “ > 76 I it is not OY i . 7
cent wel mend or the ; ture it i ne e¢ federalized, it it i 0 con- ote nisin edi: hin ache I for the unification of
6 Welt Gepen : a uM eful contributior they “ » improper , t fer ¢ an Na 1 4 ‘
atisfiet that { i cinie w User a a : ra ceive, impropel ru : o refer to currence in its recommen- e services mentioned, and to sup-
be observed we . bl “ hich tl Bee cages cece ae BY latior port my view that the smaller the
Onper cular problems with wh ! illustration of the point hich y F ‘
iuxpe rience eet ae ed \ ; ' ‘ rotors fee rt weeny ’ ervice the greater the benefit OM
xperience mmission will be fac i ne have just made the medical y 2 i
; j oe nification will confer. My impres .
ne Bind metnvet of the C stive of lifting all 1 rvices were uni -are sa- Note of Reservation ‘nication will confer. My impres- 4
- m7 f th “es ‘ ed that dvant vould ion i la ine h 5) fe hie i 4 ( ‘ .
consid en cdu- be jeopardised, Second! e from the widening of th By Mr. P. F. CAMPBELL ca ghee = ae lr Whesteiy perhcnest Lastite 1
a oO e tl f lec yn for fi wWpoint ' ins irtments necessitatec dV ¢ Tibd taste ty Une hair
watt ; rere nall size of the establishment ;
oa ee , t ! yuld ; in te ond the limited field of selection ‘a ARSE TIONS,
ni ’ 4 a per st ; ; ae , 1 situation which would be rem- 4 ecu Nan and apply the ae t ;
auat \ Mice serving sel ne ; 30 of died by unification Gee a rete ather ane Delightful cocoanut oi! shampoo scientifically
entry re a 6p thos i} d . - 7 (3) “The service should be one
unified dete iiehi tot thi ; : foe , , ; in which the qualification treated to remove all the cocoanut smell and
a task U me I te : tte hict { ; ’ A for entry and advancement
1\ Ca € t \ t t r . , . . 1 ‘ 2 ire ”) g , ing .£ ‘ .
a , nding re th \ er De 1d ; ' : ri re, broadly speaking, Of an pecially suitable for normal or dry hair,
unae ! ( 1 Cet ber tt ( Welfar rgar tio ‘ the we , . . equivalent standard .
cate \ Higher 1 Cernif part e! r t it is of to POs eSD This really only applies to the
cate Exan iti ed | “sad i 5 : 4 vat indiv ial Government ( ‘ ‘l= professional and technical er- m s
Universit examining bodie ippropriate Ad ul tte reject h ivice if they think fit ! , . ee vices; in others all that is normall) On Sale at all Good Stores
the Unite Kingd examin ir i aletney ‘ Sj These defects, which are inherent Vice Commiss required is a certain standard oi
tions which constitute useful yard- jarty when federalized sé a syste I ition, would In his draft despatcl 1e See~ general education and an indica-
aticks of educational achievement vice is under onsideratior itomatically sappear if a fed- retary of State « isages nified tion of aptitude for the work.
—will cease to exist in their preaqd of the servic , } eral medi rvic ere eat ervice vith 1 uniform system There may be difficulties at the
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desirable that this member should pas; it The ( mer ice ia D I 4 position = - - —— siailihaaiepitaibciabeniciataian
be conve n ih educatic f ourse, require the eY ‘ ignamery : wah Ey 7 :
econditi i ‘ t loi of in ippropriat ecret ] © appropriate » the needs of
stitut , lerica nd typir fy the Cart in rea, a ervice
of the ¢ ‘ f . hich woul r le ecialist
qualif Not Easy yo rvice bey nd_ bot
the requiremen ind the mear
ow t M t find ( t ad 7 j hal clonic Again,
= ; , ' on the ume ¢ t fe | Government would be
\ tssential , i in a
esse | Con me e estir , federal nds the nece -
dvance of Tape
al ¢ ppor i . : x
ce { ict a aS to which ea of the val *
we 7 t ufied I fed i fl YY €
. Cit al pea } I ( he i € nee
ne ‘
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ans eration for the first year or t\ , velopment of medical and he
= I approve the full time of the Cor i faciliti throughout the regior
a. ' ’ particularly as during this 1 ) objective
or : Government be the member will need to of attainment und
establishe no by the considerable amount of travelli present ¢ unitie
Secre State ere ji from colony to colony O Co-operation
ne e can how the exter Bu i ( r } )
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Above is seen Mr, FIIZ-_
WILLOUGHBY WALCOTT,
48 year old joiner and ship-
wright of Porter's, St. James.
who has been designing
furniture for the past 20
years. Mr. Walcott has
been mainly responsible
for the designing and mak-
ing of furniture for the resi-
dence of Mr. Ronald Tree,
former Conservative Mem-
ber of Parliament.

Mr, Tree has recently put
forward a scheme whereby

cuch craftsmen as Mr.
Walcott may profit, by de-
signing and manufacturing
furniture locally for ship-
ment to the United States
in order to earn U.S, dol-
lars. Beside the furniture
in Mr.T ree’s residence, Mr.
Walcott has helped to fash-
ion and build furniture and



fittings for many well
known homes in St. James
end other parte of the
island.

Mr, Tree's plan to ship
locally made furniture to
the United Staies should
do much to boost Barbados
craitsmanship, provide em-
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Its sweet, malty flavour

yesterday

CLOSE UP of Mr. Tree’s Study showing a Tea Table in centre which is another sample of Mr.
The Table is set on a carpet designed with several circles.

cott’s craftsmanship.

HERE IS A STONE TABLE
by a local craftsman.

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St. James Craftsman
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FITZ - WILLOUGHBY
WALCOTT, forty-eight'year
id Shipwright and Joiner
Porters, James, has
been designing and making
furniture since 1930.

Mr. Walcott, who is mar-
ried and the father of six
children. designed and
several pieces of fur-








ol

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niture r Mr. Tree’s home
“Heron Bay” These in-
clude a card table, a but-
serving table and a

er
t e photographed on
All of these Mr.
and built



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Walcott designed
aan sell

vas apprenticed in
9 to Mr. Elliot Beckles,
a shipwright and carpenter
nd in 1920 was apprenticed
oiner to Mr. Guildford










ohnson, who is now in

sri Guiana. He spent

ix months with Mr. John-

on and in 1921 branched

ff on his own
Shipwright

He worked mainly as a

shipwright but did carpen-
try and joiner’s work in his

Gh pare time. In 1930 he be-
gan to concentrate on the
le and building of

ind during this



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five per cent dealers. Offerings

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Australians 9,195 New Zealands,

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One of his largest orders |
came from the Hon. Mur- |
togh Guinness for Porter's |
House. He designed and
built for the furnishing of |
this house, twenty Morris | J
chairs, thirty sitting chairs, |

six dressing tables and six |
stools.
Mr. Walcott is a plump |
and cheerful man. |
He speaks with a quiet |
assurance, He told th

Advocate that he had start-
ed life as a very poor mat
tc

and had worked hard
reach a_ better’ financi
position.

“Through all my stru
gles, said Mr. Walcott,
still managed to find th

to design and build my ov
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has built the altar panelli
for St. James’ church
which congregation he
member.

»a s
are dining room chairs bu

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compulsory—in Bri-

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house makes by order card
which show his class position each
week. Both M’Tutor and “M
tutor” have to sign these and
the card shows a downward trend
the unfortunate youth can pre-
pare for trouble

The headmaster at Eton can
administer the birch, the master
can order “lines” to be written,
but the real discipline in
College lies in the hands of the
boys themselves. Oppidans’ hous-
es are run by the house captain
and a small committee of pre-
fects. Discipline in the College
is in the hands of the Captain
of the School and nine other mem-
bers of the Sixth Form. But even
more important than these is th«
“Pop”, a_ self-elected society of
20 or so members with extremely
wide powers and privileges

The system of fagging which
means that junior boys undertake
iin domestic duties for their
seniors, is an old institution
Eton. The junior boy, for exan
ple, had to render his senior such

as buying and



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cooking

service
some delicacy for his tea which he

‘ooks under the watchful eye of a
worker known as the
“boy’s maid”. Dinner is the only
formal meal which boy
be present.

at

must

Famous Etonians

The Eton boy is given much
leisure which he has to learn how
to use properly. Innumerable so-
cieties abound which he can join
according to his individual tastes.
The Musical Society is about the
biggest, for it is one of the easiest

for the small boys to join, but
the Natural History Society, a
more recent institution, is prov-

ing a great favourite. The Politi-
cal Society is the nursery of bud-
ding politicians.

No school in the world has sent
out so many boys who have be-
come famous men as Eton. The
English poets, Shelley and Swin-
burne, the English statesmen,
Lord Melbourne and Gladstone
were old Etonians. Those who have

passed through its classrooms
usually return to visit their old

school on Founder’s Day or on
the Fourth of June when the fam-
ous Eton Boating Song is sung

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rth ti e ia the; Skinner. Phone 4064 Parochiai Treasurer, Schooner a Ceetanie LADY RODNEY wy A sie a onn Hatiter
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IN MEMORIAM Office 26 .3.50—1n The vacant positions advertised by us YOUR WORRIES N.B.-Subject to change without noti ‘ Uy 7
i — for Steno-typist and assistant in Insur- Personal Supervision Assured bers. Passenger Far a ta ice. All vessels fitted wi
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‘ aN Mick to Mrs. Forde “Sea View". Upn« R. M. JONES & oy se. ‘ , RARBADOS FURNITURE REMOVER GARDINER AUSTIN &)
“i } 7 Pay St. — O7 site Bay Mansion .3.50.—2n. re ‘
aoe ; . mer Pe Cable and Wireless (West Indies) td. Myrtle Bnak, S. Virgilio, Fort De Franc S$. CODRINGTON, & CO,, LTD, Zs
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‘ APARTMENT Unfurnished Ground- BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE with the following shins throust i g Fetes: iin Argentina, Mieuw. Britton’s X Rd. oO
oe pea nas ment, near town and Club Barbados Coast Station Usodimare, Dolores, Canadian \ oS Ui treo ee = met
; a ), Wilhelen No Pe ne eee For further par- ASSOCIATION S$.S. Marinne, Mapiretryiie, A I Seumdinavia, presifets, ig are tha apa a Bier, SS
ae , Ri iculars 3696 eris, Charitasa, Esso Rotterds Gas. Alcoa Patriot, Cavina, aas, Sundia.. | AER will
5 (ehabes :' Wood 26.2,50—t.£.n Election of Council members cogne, Auricula, M/S Fredrika c* Sunray, Canadian Challenger, Leme R | Estate |}} ecept Cargo and Passengers for as A
°6.3.50—1n so 2 sone, Polling for the election of five member r, Silver Plane, CGC. G Athel Prince, Ninella, Kaipaki, For ta St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada,
hom iNeohaw Ranger,
ropy “FARAWAY” St. ‘Philip. Const . Fully to serve on the Council for the year! Geirulu, Stella Polaris, Talea, Colister, Dauphin, Faisterbohus, Imperial Toronto Aruba, sailing Wednesday 22nd :
IN loving memory of our dear belove: | furnished, 3 bedrooms, 3 servants rooms,| 1950, will take place in the Lobby of A March
‘ . FRANK HENRY GAY who depart | carpark, lighting plant, water mill.] the Legislative Council Chamber, Public ency The M.v. CARIBBEE will ac- USE
re tee M: oth 1ME Bathing beach From May Ist. Dial] Buildings, on Saturday the 25th March, cept Cargo and Passengers for
\ q@'this life March 26th 1948. oar 1980, , between the hours of 10 am. and iesctins Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, HASTINGS,
i Yo one to fill his place “NEW HAVEN”, Crane Coast fully fur-] 4 \ Il Sain nevis. Salling Friday EXCELLENT cuignyp aut

+ : we loved him dearls nished, 3 bedrooms, 3 servants’ rooms The. following Candidates have been FOR RENT 24th March.

PA T naith. ate de tine ‘aed double garage, lighting plant, wate) | nominated :— i The Schooner LAUDALPHA FULLY
} ver to be remembered by Ag G mill, Superb bathing beach. Dial 447/ Miss D. FORDE N Yact will accept Cargo and Passengers R stom

a «\. Blaine Gay, Marrie Harra November, December. Mr. F. H. BARKER FURNISHED HOUSE, Near Ya for St. Lucia, sailing Tuesday 2ist ATES; $5.00
{ (mothe ) gee cp 19.3.50—t.f.nf]} Mr. H. CoULSToY Club for six months from May 8th hecs., Der Day g:
} es 26.3. 50——11 Bie: Ie he adults only all modern conveni Upwards
‘ LA ’V ee ree ee a = a ae enxes. B.W.I, SCHOONER OWNERS’ ( )

t Paynes Bay, St. James. Apply within. r. A, EB. ARRIVALS—B iss An Morrah, Miss Vicki ISHED COTTAGE on St ASSOCIATION (INC,) Tnelusive
t = 22.3.80—n. | Mr. C. RoC. SPRINGER FROM TRINIDAD A: mam Slee iiicateth Birch, Mix J AUae Coat "ate gue tet a BO TRL. aoa, ©OmERER®: Apply—

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: Bap Re AER MULLINS, St. Peter. Three bedrooms. Mr. L. E Moen rt Barette Pogson, Margery Fullerton, ated Mee A patoved family monthly or Mrs, W. Ss. HOWE,
fi | Tully furnished. Available from May Ist Mrs, M. STUART Howarth, ome” Hubert Howarth Doris S€Y. Miss Joan Pringle, ee trent wise Ne

4 * 0 IOTIVE. Ee for Four months, Apply Ralvh Aspen, Miss E. V. CARTER has wither. Elizabeth Me Otis: tee Tennant eel a. eee Pickering == - “ /

AUTON ardwood Alley, Phone 4683 or 8402, ©) Phipps. wilt y ary, Hildreqg Mrs. Ro ee ee Pei =i

; 25.3.50,—-2n. . red = Montrich; ard, Crrn Miss Jean Taylor, Mr. Charles Peirce,

i CAR—One 1948 10 h.p. Hillman Min . Peeta, Philippa Chae oy euehwell John re br oe Sega is A age i 3 FOR SALE { VISITORS TO OUR ISLAND

j nt order, Apply J. Connell ¢/« BLUE HOUSE, Lucas Street. A de- n Chow, Miriam Van Chase, . John Fernandes M hae ‘ *

: & Connell, Beckwith Pla wrable business stand. With or without! EMILE GALES | rT ye; Meeuerite Brena, John Hare. Sebga, My, John Thomas, Mi avin BLACKMANS—St. Joseph. Stone WHY HAVE BAGGAGE WORRY?

Pie 25.3.5 “tures and furniture. Contact immedi- e wilt hammed Prel, Clarine Niles, Janki, Mr. Ramdath Samaroo, Mr. R house. Standing yy 5 acres re You can leave your B: ith
i i \tely Thani Bros., Prince William Henry FROM O'Neal Mayson. : perches land, dining room, break- y aggage with us for q spatch h by

e GAR—One Rockney. tn good condition | Street. Dia) 3466 25.3.50.—2n. = mow A FOR LA GUATRA Bie ica fast room, 6 bedrooms, Ree regular service. You can be assured of its ome bia
; oe paohiil 3976 oF Me CHURCHILL, Maxwell Coast. Three AUCTION FROM JAMAICA Pade. tin” tun PU Mie. Andon ee servant” quarters, oF: Remember !

ri A rhyiil 8 or 2 4 Mas s arilli, > a garer e
ae ba 24.5 rooms, fully furnished. Available for] UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE. adit: Arnold Martin, Mr. Jacob Joseph Boitel, Mrs. Maria Salazar, Mr. John | crater, eleniviolts tele WE GIVE PERSONALIZED SERVICE {

{ ‘ mediate possession. Apply Ralph A WEDNESDAY 29th. at 1 p.m. Vu Pl ™ Anthony F. Hadned, Mr Habih Groene, Mrs. Raymonde Groene phone : i
t ft I ndard 1939 jel. Known «. | Vcard, Hardwood Alley. Phone 4683 orfi.ANDS, VILLA ROAD Brittons Hi ya, Mr. Jami! Makoul, Col. William FOR ST. KITTS : | PINE HOUSE St. Michae
Rie ee G. Ward, Rock Ha 192 25.3.50.—2n. Jiouble roofed board & shingle hous open. ; W Cmdr Frost, Mr. Manfregh Duk se hee mene ee | P
4 3 amas 24.3.50—b — a i6 x 10 x 8, 20 x 12 x 8 with kitche sl TURES—By BWIAL FOR ANTIGUA WP ceres. dmawing room dining {tt |
‘ i . ceshinaeeiitil MEL) BOURNE, ” Upper Collymore Rock,ficloset, & pal: TERMS CASH O: R TRINIDAD Mr. Phillippe Questel, Mrs Mair \ room, 4 bedreoms, bath, kitchen,

? "AR, St ..H.P. 1948 Model E ner Pine Gap. Dial 3173, 25.3.50—2n. J PALA, OF Mrs. Dottie Eastman, Mr. Edmuhd Questel, Mr. Pierson Archer, Miss z | lerge verandah, water, electricity, | ‘oul -—- PACKERS — & FREIGHT FORWARD
‘ diet Gomattie New Battery, Dial 461 i R. ARCHER McKENZIE, Gywn, Mrs. Pauline Dressl: vr. Walter Mearman, Mr. Kenneth Andrew, M telephone ction by appoint- | Alexander House ERS

: ; 0-—3 STORAGE SPACE, Suitable for mak- "Aaictioneer. Dresslar, Miss Pearl Sellier, Mr. John Genivieve Lloyd-Thomas, Mr. 4 Muse ment only , }

: ; iineteie ti - ing Warehouses. Apply K. R. Hnnte & 2.3.50—3 Brossard, Miss Kay Gill, Miss Vercnica Mn. R. Bartram, Mrs. Jane Bartram | bawen® oN 8th Avenue. Belle- James Street, |
j Si nder, 14 ' ‘o. Lid. Dial 4611 MM. 3 Onpne ——__ ———— | Young, Mrs. Mary Young, Dr. Dario Miss Lilian Howes ROSLY? i house, good condi- Bridgetown. |
| B-seat ustable steer wheel, fo a By instructions I will sell at Cable and | ville. Wood & dining room, Phone 3094, |
spp well aphrrcha rptcget—tan es HOUSE-IN Pine Hill, fully furnished.] Wireless yard, St. Lawrence Gap, on [i tion, Grsrandah, 3 bedrooms, bath, })) |\
{ me o 7 ! iv rom July to October inclusive to ap-f Thursday next 30th March, beginning at Serene closed VEran fae: with fruit trees, | Sea Eee ace tat eee ee i
i A-1 « tion, Dial 2543 #. Byr oved tenant pennenese 1 Apel, 1 o'clock, a collection of Short Pine ‘ ¢ SSS SSS rh a toilet, 1 Sc releate ‘ + | § ”
: 26.3.5 Xob King C/o Alleyne Arthur 0. Li Planks, old lumber, several block stones, is water, elec c (
§ 22.3.50—5n fa collection of Pine Tables suitable for Public Sales Contd, N KENWORTH Pinfold shoes. |
CAR—Ford 10 H.P rood ¢ - enon — [displaying samples or making schoo) MAPLE MA OR Wood house, good condition i We /
Price { R 4492 or 72 I ROOMS—(2)} Cool and comfortablefi desks. Some are 10 ft. long my 2 ft. wide REAL ESTAT! . eet room, three bedr oe " ’
Evelyn. Mc Enearey & C coms in Hastings district, furnished, several cupboard 7x5; chairs, boxes, (5) E GUEST HOUSE kitchen, shower bath, ere.osed ))) |}
i 2 Sr modern conveniences, with orf gasolene drums (3) Lawn Mowers, (1) } ” * eee us } Opposite Hastings Rocks yard. water, electricity |
i itho Dial 2239 26.3.50.—In J Lister Pump & Steel tank capacity 150 ain ARE CHANCES FOR Ww ) I. BOURNE, *KAPLVILLE — Upper Spooners )
CAR-.8. Ford, 1938 gallons and several items of interest. BUYERS | A 3 Bedroom Bungalow Ty; ; Tel.—3021 Manageres: Hill. Two storey house, part stone, }}) |}
Pradshaw, St. Patrick, Ch OFFICE-—Marhill St. next to W. B TERMS CASH ‘t' Worthing Main Rd., Mode: Co 26.6.49—t.f.n part wood, 3 bedrooms, 2 living \ }
26.3.5 Tutchinson & Co. For further particu- D'ARCY SCOTT. tate ae ges naar gage Right of W i rooms, Kitchen, water, electricity ) i
; irs apply W. B. Hutchinson & Co | 243.50,—5n. ‘o Sea, over 6,000 sq. ft., Going or ¢ Dee kas ray
CAR 260. Btandara 1 4 oe TAG rt ABT Ni acepeeeedaret acca ia Coal ine 1,750. Seaside and other Resa cena ao closed, yard $12) Reference }
wo. T 2 , New I have been instructed to sell by auc- | Weiuding Stonewall and a 2 Bedroom| j/ ther particulars from {
soy at p ter el mercer merece tion on Tuesday next the 28th March at Cottage at Hastings; also at Rockley, | ot or AN " CONTROL BOARD'S NOTICE FOR
p kant Phone 8174 2 o’clock on the spot at Strakers Tenan- | Worthing and St. Lawrence. New Re- AT YOUR SERVICE BARBADOS REAL ESTATE { |
26! ¥ act & FOUND try off St. Stephens Church, Black Rock, | ‘forced Concrete Bungalows at Worth- AGENCY |
niente é One newly built 20x12x9 House with J '"g and Top Rock. Stonewall Bungalows |! IN CLEANING, DYEING, Mice Hastings Hotel Lid | OILMEAL TENDERS.
CAR—One Vauxhall 10. 1 Shed 20x9. Kitchen, toilet and pailings, in and also Near Navy and \ | LAUNDERING AND HAT ORCC ne Be \) .
. ee nai a a meas Rincon TERMS CASH Gardens. First Class Apartment | DRESSING ep 26,3.50—1n \}
battery. Dial 2861. Wells at T. Ged LOST D'ARCY SCOTT, yall) Residences at Hastings. | A RAYMOND JORDAN,
a lta oR & EN — —O) he ves ; >» § 24.3.50,—4n. Stonewa ungalow ar a2 Be C Bay Street, O be re Si
ae ——————} san Lane Reach. A pair of Spectacles | ————wmeeeeeenennm | Cottage at Fontabelle. A” stonewaii| || ™* Se
CAR—O 938 Che t vith jured lenses, Reward offered to 1 have been instructed to sell on the] Punghlow Type by the Sea at Lands F
€ ler on returning to Advocate Advt.,[ Spot at King William Henry Street on] City Residences and Business Premise wae f ¢ ° }
GC Ward. “‘Hrer oe 0.—2n. | Wednesday next 29th March at 2 o'clock,| Other Residences Elsewhere inc! | a oF. | r ]
1 if } eet tedeaaate —. | One chattel building which consists of nn fd eee Gare bone | IT’S E | °
f SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series B.0g8°§ drawing and dining room (2) bedrooms, ates an sewhere ontact Py. x oe FOR ty |
knee a return same to Belfield Kitchen and toilet. Land rent $4.00. | Abreu—The Only Man with Good B GOOD to look at! |
} an eyrellz TERMS CASH. and ah Experienced Auctioneer, Pr BETTER io cook on!! |
phonso Green, Dayrells Rd. C@h.Ch y e r a
LIVESTOCK 25.3.50—3r: D'ARCY SCOTT. Eetate Broker & Valier No BLUFFIN ; BEST to own it!!! | i
Auctioneer, | —IF I CAN’T—WHO W ! Dial 3111 or | 2 ee a 7 Ag |
4 rm rt. w ok 200K BA containing a quentity of § 24.3.50.—4n, 2713. Call at Olive Bough, Hastin } IT’S not a riddle REAL ESTATE if PLANTATIONS LTD.-. ents i
: ” r rt ¢ bod the vicinity Of LOW nes | Carter Bros., Tudor St., Ne Aeon | jane te | H
A \ ( s Mie * Proper of N. EB. Reid w | have been instructed by the Commis- | Hall St 2 IT’S The Last Unsold i nrg }
mMease return or notify M ae sioner of Police to sell at Central Station — ret oe White Enameiled Gas Cooker Xo vs ae ee = a =
} ~ . —--- ad, St. James Phone 91—3% A] on Monday next, 27th Mareh at 2 o'clock | 1 DWELLING HOUSE with 1,490 squar. ib aidhie daw Giectas ia)? FS ||
§ T Cur ! ward offered 25 (1) Royal Standard Typewriter, (1) feet of land situate at Spruce Street, as mae ao i |
' { \ does. N Wheel Barrow, (10) Wooden Chairs, (14) Bridgetown. ; Wish aia Gana Hoe dole |B )} For MARL, SAND, ({ Spend your Easter Holiday
i ae 4s ; se ‘f Kegs, a number of Motor Van wheel} 2 DWELLING HOUSE with 2,200 squarc | be at it? AND | } SI A
} ais 2 ib Rims Size 600x168, feet of land situate at Wellington . = a GARDEN MOULD, at LVER WATERS
’ Py ) ¥ F t € A NirED A number of tubes 600x16. Street, Bridgetown. > = eee ere | | Silver Sands |
1 AS A collection of Hub Caps and severalJ3 A PARCEL OF LAND containiny |) — \ j and LIME { ‘ : |
“Ee ae ducniadaiea other items of interest 1,180 square feet situate at Wellingtor }) LADO | For reservation Dial 4462 |
=— D'ARCY SCOTT. Street, Bridgetown. | . {
MECHANICAL Govt. Auctioneer. The above are the properties of Cam- CYC f EC SSO c | Dial 4503 ask for MRS. WHARTON

: siti ent LP 24.3.50,—3n. eron L. Browne and will be set up fo (JOHN M. BLADON) a {
TREADIE MACHINY Binwar wit ————— sale by Public Competition at our Office 3 SPEED GEARS ———— ae = = = {s =
} € verter HOUSEKEEPER —Required capable anc WANT A HOUSE TO BUY IN No. 14 James Street Bridgetown or A LEBARS & B y “DING LAND, St. James. |# | =|
a ; p , Err perienced Housekeeper, full credentials BELLEVELLE? Friday, 31st. March, 1950 at 2 p.m. HANDETBANG ot snchanoaae 2 act ith exc |

c r St qu re ‘Cacrabank", Worthing. Tele- J can sell you ane with 3 bedroom y ret tea an oe the Hen SoeNe. men- oe 28 cco lent sea fronta Unsurpas
, ( e 8148 sg M running water in 2 standing on 1/8 acr toned dwelling houses, apply to the re CARRIE SH s bathing, One of the finest Th Cc b 1 d Pia
wernt ta eee MeEARWOOD & BOYCE HANDLEBAR LEVERS of this ature in the Isl @ e Cumobertan no
- - “ again 3 bedroom house in CITY, with wate a OD & . Ms ae sppartunity for the rig! | ‘ ‘
ae TUTOR to teach two children aged] and electric light, all other conveniences h Solicitors, FRONT FORKS to acquire a lovely and picture | specially constructed for the Tropics,
TRICAL Wr s HIEKSON, Pigeon Island St.] Dial 2947. R. Archer McKenzie 24.3.50—8n. SPROCKETS and CRANKS sque building site > tne
— nelosing I \otograph (ahha 26. 3. 50—2: . } »” iB is a beautiful upright Piano which harmonizes wil mod
as , ae roe ” 26.3.50—2n eS HOUSE—One new, reconstructed hou _ aaa eae “DIXON & BLADON | ern trend of home furnishings.
ra Hastings mz road. 1 new bungalo\y SPE 4
Singer |S fact JUNIOR CLERK —Apply b; Plant only UNDER THE SILVER all conveniences. Dial 3001 a”? 0 Rigg “LITTLE pe ee FORGE: The “Cumberland” is small in size but great in agp ay
I € The Limited "lantation 98 & KO » etc, This attractive re-modelled ca > = ke.
ding 26.3.50—Gn HAMMER ee a een : - try pioperty possiases. the ad several of these instruments are giving satisfactory service
ie AY? N f nabs | LAND—20 Perches of Land situ NEWSAM & Co. vantages of a mogers wan BARBADOS.
- er € \PPLICATIONS are vited for the Cy ‘ea «A eee hs } t losing its “Ol orld’ strats — i }
’ t t f HEADMISTRESS of. the | By recommendations of Lloyds Agent Prathwaite’s Gap, off Dayrells Ri ctucahene, "Seine ‘are 3 reception, Demonstrations arranged without obligation.
: ‘ Ss t P T! AL HIGH SCHOOL, Spanish} We Will sell on WEDNESDAY 29th at our} Christ Church. Apply to James Me. |) SSS = 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, x =I |
i x f < ‘ica, which is to be vacant in| Mért 17 High Street 43 5/12 DOZEN | Pherson, Upper Dayrells Road. * laundry, vants’ quarters and Write or Call for easy payment plan.
¢ i epte r, 1950 ae cpio’ Sale 12.30 o'vlock a. garage, Right of Way to sea CECIL J B d St t ( i Phoenix) /
1s wl 3ON Tr" he ( iral High Sehool is a Church | Terms Cash. ‘ “a Fa : , ; C EMMOTT—33 Broa ree upstairs .
26.$ 50-9 | of England Secondary School which was| BRANKERB, TROTMAN & CO.,| WE will set up to Public Competition ORIENTAL “DIXON & BLADON” | :
Re en. ae ne eee mney Auctioneers, 21st April at 2 o'clock p.m. that stone “SILVER SHRAY". Silver Sands ‘ oS ane
: pee teenes fiat at the aehoot.” “3:350—2n | UNDER THE SILVER |!2402.09,, fo! lana situate at Nockiey GOODS!! A small stone Dull 2 betroow: |i | astra enema: SE
sf cneinincinaiiaenmmneminenee Se. at the school 23.3.50.—2n * Oe » . 3 rae ee ey seaside bungalow with large livin; - :
, UES every descriotior b : oe 2 HP pe ee the ae fac os the ae CURIOS, JEWELLERY room and wide front veranda }
Gle ~ . Santa sought ond an he land across the road running to 4 . M feping sem, An ideal holiday. a:
youre’ Early books’ Mage, Avis. | MISCELLANEOUS HAMMER the water's edge. The house contains. | fi] BRASSWARE, TEAKWOOD ee ces AON ee Ue FOR ANY OCCASION YOU CAN DEPEND ON
k V »00ks, Maps, Auto . 4 : oe r property | f
: etc , at Gorringes Antique Shop ON TUESDAY, 28th by ii at pe ays ane hg > maka SANDAL, IVORY, ETC, low figure far quick | |
é z Royal Yacht Clul ONE SMALL HOUSE or flat for couple 1 by or o; 7s pss, ee ee oe : ” ;
jx , 1.9.49.—t.f.n ly 7 by sea Not more than 2] Andres O'Donnel, we w ill sell her as & Plectr icity ronepres ; Garage & “DIXON & BLADON T § ]
d ieee ed roorr Phone 8491 24.3.50—3n | House appointments at “Villa Jna’ servants’ rooms in yart nspection an wi : ™ a }
ni Hastings which includes Good Dinin y Pheive 8365 | J WEMBL fs avs : * |
‘ LOSE TREES . se Trees | Tat pat 8 ht Che Sided: j F< terms & conditio: ° le ply } Oe = 7 very p moderr ou a :
ORE TREES to 8 denen Ross Tree Ch ~4 Cabinet, ‘Rares t Tables, 5 5 Piece t THANI BROS. central ¢ popular local (With the Distinctive Flavour) }
Wechend?, Se ag ge | Morrin Sulte—Mettion, © dict Chakes. CARRINGTON & : “ residence has a large lout | {

u Wychwood”, St. Peter 3 “| Rockers all in Mahogany: Some ver Pr. Wm. Hy. Street verandah, kitchen and 2 bedrooms i ; ’ d by All Who Use It |

f god Paintings; Elec. Table Lamps; Vers | - ~ - : on the first floor with extra rooms || gap This Blend is Enjoyed by |
9 good set of Zephyr Table Glass (4 LAND---1,637 ae feet of fend Dial 3466 or ruslod. Gner new Uae as a nat |
pieces; Tea, Breakfast & Dinner Service Dunlow Lane, o Bay Street. Apply The garden is walled a rounc¢ |
i PERSO Carpet, Congoleum, Glass Ware, Plate’ } >. L. W. CLARKE & CO., Solicitor with stone. At the price askec SIP IT — TO ENJOY IT! ]
Tea Pot, Anthurium Lilies in Lui = a James Street w { eR a this residence is worth insonec | |
: mirror, Flat-Top Desk, Waggor hair “ ”
it and Rockers all painted Crean, Norg: We will « r for » to public com DIXON & BLADON |
it THE public are hereby warned agains] Refrigerator in perfect working orden tition on Friday the 3lst day of Maret } LEETON ON SEA, Near Oistins |i) Blenders ;
4 ving credit to my wife MYRILE H. | Clock, Simmonds Single Bedsteads sprin 0. at 2mm, cf aur office James Street > An attentive -heb-nide Winaniow |
j VELCH inee Alleyne) as I do not hole] & beds, prema, Cone, Sree ae 2» e Messuage Dw ling how € and shor suilt right onto a sandy beac
f self sponsible fc her or at «| painted Cream whog: Single Bedstea ‘ > Tudor Street Bridgetown | eo MS - axcellent thing fae Ltd.
’ . P seated 7 gs > “gy . 4 a a Spriryss & Deep Sleep Beds, Mahog ‘ing The Egolf Church standing on} AUCTION ROOMS, ney es —_ nen he ls " | Johm D. Ta jor & Sons
4 else contracting ahy debt or bt i There is wide front verandah
Table; 1 Stove, Kitche aAt and { HARDWOOD ALLEY ere is a |
| ny name uniess by a writte orde | Dressing ‘fable; Caw! ove, f'4 square feet of lan \ extending the entire frontage. 4 |
gned by ma Utensils, Good Waffle Iron,Doors, Win This property which is built of stor { 5 bedrooms (3 with basins) lswe |
‘ Signed: St RYBON WFICH @ows, Plants, some very good orchids ymnrises a shop to the fro and \\ Open & a.m. to 12 Noon daily L shaped lounge with cockta:. |
tf Draggon's Alley Gents Raleigh Bicycle and other items fence consisting of five rooms to i} Sas tees aaa tenant FESS AES
ats slated isiriieenemamaies Speightstown, Sale 11,30 oclock Terms Cash back 1} Offers for Sale quarters. Enquiries invited z
TH TURS—Four English Bath 1 St, Peter BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. Electricity and Government wate 14K \ "
sim Less if f cash sa 3.60-—-2n tioneer. Fer inspection apply on ® pre « \\ + a ee “e
ear $0 Kens a0 foe corn eae |] ___ ad. Auctioneer. | Fact, om 1 Good Quality DIXON & BLADON
en eee Por further particulars apply to ))) “THE MALL” (Nr. Waterford ]
SHF S t 4 and R HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD )) FURNITURE St. Michael Pleasant old work
GALVANISE SHEETS in 34 and > For SalemConid | UNDER THE IVORY HAMME Steen, |i) ‘ sr, Michael Pct ld wor |
ex plates 1/lf 1 3 tructions received from Mr \ acres of pleasant private grou
various sixes. En . Lio od ‘Gittens I will sell on Thursday 1) ANTIQUES, flanked by sugar cane, 2 |
e | Traf Street CK TYRES 8.25 x 20—12 Rd Marvh 30th at Roebuck St. opposit HOUSE—One board and shingle hous \) tion, 3 bedrooms, large \
1,3,50.—t f 2.00 each t opportunity at thi . low ti household ai vith two bedrooms standine# on ebout )) double garage, stabling, serva &
Dear's rage Idd. Phone 2476 See ae eae ithe aati cre of land situate in Sea View Ki ul nea” 9 (7? BRASSWARE, cqusietaids courtyard ete ==
THOSE RECORDS YOU WANTED 26.3508" | Rockers, Small Tables, Morris Sette with | Uascelles Plantation raat Suaveres 1h cig ce ag oa i aN | “Y- A
Zhey're here and they're” keen) ——— Cushions, all in| Mahogany; Victrola, } \r easy terms. See HAROLD PROVEPNs |/)) CUTLERY reasonable figure making it ; WITH
c «© platter : nd Bing rec ards, Rh a VACUL ms y ( LRA NSE 7 a en. " Pictures, Mahogany Tip Top inne * CO,, LTD 23.3.50.—e.0.d.5n. | @ . attractive renovation proposi
t \ undo Ross, vocals by Ar r JeLuxe Silent Mode a . - ed Wagon, Kelvinator a _ - {i =
Grew Sister Mills Brothers etc ype, complete with accessories to do a Pree set ena oil Stove, DeLuxe REST HAVEN, Rockley New Road i Ete at good “DIXON & BLADON”’ | !
A. Barnes & Cc he cleaning in the house. Solves you Model with self cantained oven, (both ir velling House with 3 roods Land , i} ¥ ad = |
19.3.50—t.f.1 ervont problem Price 51.58 Cast perfect warking order) Book cases, |} bedrooms, toilet, bath, kitchen, pantry {tt Bargain Prices. “CLOUD WALK”, Rendezvou | ee
convenient, Credit if you went it Pooks, Beadsteads & Mattresses, Marble | 2 servants’ rooms. Dial 3278 {\{ Hil, Christ Church Mc
= JOHN F. HUTSON is ioe ‘ Top Washstand, Folding Screen, Stewart 24.2.50-35]{{\ Viewing without obligation bungsiow of American a |
= 3 *6.9.50—S0 | warmer Radio,, (in working order) An . nt | Standing on ridge over |
’ , m onia Clock, Baby Pram, Piano, Pian AT the office of the unc € “ / | Hastings and Worthing | a.
_ , O.1, COPFEE—Announcing the arriv:. } Casee and many other items too nume: iday next 3st) instant 1 ——————— Se above sea-level. Magnificent \
+ vf fresh supply of tihs most delicious aa ile mention Sale 11.30 a.m Hlie competition i 3 bedrooms, living room, dinins -
DEXT SE —I f fee opular packaged coffee. Now itvai Tertnn Cash ance Co ' room, study, 2 bathraoms, with
rhe e& conte ‘ your grocer a 4 VINCENT GRIFFITH shatss BARBADOS Frer | tub bath and shower, moder 5
t 26..1.50--3 Auctioneer 1% cheres PARRANDOS ter ( | ALE | kitchen, laundry, servants’ quar
&¢ CUS ere ~ a 3.50--~3n "Oo es RARBADOS © t a 4 | ters, tiled patio facing the sea
ff ) : : SINS Seediess Paisins 40 cen: TRAPYNG CO. LIMTTY®nN | Laid out fardens. Standing or
A De «© should ‘ Ik ts 29. C. Herbert, +r Ss hae. Fo 3 chares WEST INTTA PITAt Fm | 30,000 sq. ft.
Ss ae Degen ‘ 26.3, 80—In CARRINGTON & SEALY POTS
BRUCE WEATHERHEAD LTD — ‘. REAL ESTAT ) 26.3.5 HOUSE ‘ iN —_——
26.39.50 i u SUGAR.—fFresh stock o ‘as > d, standing on
. Stic VICTOR COT, River Road, x
ra ahem ae cde s Rich rk Bar ley Sugar Sticks |, 955 sq. feet of land, It has closed er ( rN BULLDING SITES } 7 Y
« \ST ch conc 1 $2 cer per Jar = P 0 d dining room (2) bed- REN ALS
min food cont Price 14 cents per it BRUCE WEA THERHEAD 11D. lery, drawing and Babh. it is built of ) 4 é 4 n
OF ble fr r 26.3 7 ' vith galvan- i > : * \
stone with the roof covered with & CARLTON, St. James. at vi
St “ARR 'S CHEESE CRISPS—These littl ise and shingles. It is within easy reach { Cash or Easy Terms attractive moda’ botteas A i %
—————_——————— | CARR'S CHEESE CRISPS T von tt | of all the schools and Bridgetown. No | property with hot and cela | a
| a o pee “ari ar eee Bus fare. Vacant posession immediately eee { auxiliary lighting plant ete., is HW )
erve wi h your, Grin s D'ARCY —v.. Included in the many properties { From 10c, per Sq. foot up | available at a low rental until }
I e4 ‘ J Magazine La listed for sale iedium sized |} end of June te an C |
BRUCE WEATHERHEAD LTD 24.3.50.—4n iain S india. Seinen | foment Palle ees Oe
26.350. . ; Be tation. | Pa a ELECTRIC, BUS and WATER tenant. Fuliy furnished
ee ee oe ae SERVICES AVAILABLE | ; GOLD SPRING CorTaas, st.|fi|
) acres of land of 1 135 acres ({ 5 _ James Very pleasant wall |
> arable, Th ce has road t « |
are arable t € . Fe 7 ads, at tuated 3 badroomed bun galow ¥
nill xere and sour suas’ Gute { 1, PICKWICK ROAD, KENSING- ir tuded position with own || ed
nere is 2 1 mails { TON, St. M ae] | bathing cove € on leas
1 et in inu es Crown Mineral of coral 1 has seven } pg. nel | or monthly { endo: {AH ape eee * We specialise in wintte
GEN If (7) bedroom *) Seception PS. TEN | April. F , |}}} Al parts sold and fied trucks and vans which is apron” yg
urly 50 mill i on tiny seams 1 001 two z Rooms, {{f Turning, St. Michael. ‘ } Sate the ‘
Q aa . ‘ nese pa WHITE I facturers, and we have of eo
f where ger hic d cause ter y. two (2) La and { 3. THE PINE CROSS ROAD, St ; wwrence enone to
. erty aoe ee WEST INDIAN Water Factory i cae ae one i a 2 bedroomed bung : ‘sg aa ood Gs conan for just that kind “|
k I g worn iouble garas ett y arrulsned | should be i
; Poot it ie: Se Sree ; (i 4. WELCHES, now KINGSTON able immediacely at at there Np If vou aren owner, you ;
: ; : HASNDCRAEF TS | Governinen ‘ ephone (} GARDEN & KINGSTON TE venta good servies and the gatees } you
r and electricity are alled. There (7 LACE ough Governn Also othe “g soit tern ere reasonable, with no les. » :
: ’ WA j— [Nis also one Bed a and a { Hill to Kingst ad, St, Michael ed ark ieee
See The wall Dairy, « with eq tH LTD. i
a Dominica oe mn , : ») iw ° =" tate ROBERT THOM EL
: Handerafts 1) ter particulars apply to }})||} Christ Church REAL ESTATE AGE io White
kage, G D'ARCY A, SCOTT ya | wien ‘a , sENTS ) --

' LFA 9 package. Get Company Preferably someone ) Mr ERNEST D. MOTTLEY Auctioneers & Surveyors \{ COURTESY GARAGE 1
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; Pe 3 ia ‘8 “ Bridge & Trafalgar Streets with Car. §\§ As ‘ Phone 4640 :

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VAUXHALL -—- 4 i i } ee Sizes: 9 ft. hv 7% ft. and 10% ft. by 9 ft. .
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th M. Wee f=! {7 ile Roa C SACROOL { OF THE WEST INDIES §i\§ a :
laxters Roaet—7 c i / 4h ) AALS
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| waa || xmraswne |) LINOLEUM IN ROLLS 6ft. wide
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si 2-passenge sii | 12) ar aanee } { All very reasonable in Price. ‘
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r aoe es Down y { \} A LECTURE NG berablisnes : HER BEGE t hci. Incorporated >
by Pp ROGE: AMME For WEEK ENDING ) ‘ ) | 186° , 1926
ay ; Pe cigs 45 pat 1950 t } | ON 10 & 11 Roebuck Street
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Bis lc sho carefully stud- | i ROGER WILLIAMS i
} Barnes 2 ae 1”) & i :
1 . stal conerete and | {|
ba po 2 ak a } he coastal conerete | and |} BY \} FRESH STOCKS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING
Pun Sh gail —9 Peewminian: ¥ pox aed. thee a1) Aubrey Douclas-Sim!.h, BAL
k <, Holy ger ont a. ember, proposed 11 de- | (
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Q ee am. Rev, F. Grim iesday 2th. 4.00 t0 6.00 p.m. Fos Saiki Cee oi — ; a y THE FAMOUS REMEDt {i AT LADIES’ COSMETIC BAGS and FINE POWDER PUFFS,
T ott >ractice 7.00 to 9.20 p.m. Ccmpet Ae one Of the satést Nignways | ror & he ,
a“, regieusstOW 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. tive as me 8.20 p im Bible St x an aan Colony They cut here and i a ad & RHEUMA- THE ¥.M.C. CIGARETTE TUBES PIPES VACUO FLASKS
i ; . fonducted by Rev: B. Crosby 9.20 p 1 plans, chopped there and finally map- |) apna ON este
or OHRISTIAN SCIENCE : Weane a Hs Cram eath-trap to ped out—to the dismay of certain |) ACTS - Monday, Apr.! 37d, 1950 DARLEY’S CONDITION POWDER for Horses
ny, pirat Care of C ny v ootad ee om woe wi a number of merchants whose roadside busi- | {} f S LIKE MAGIC AL S18 nm, CALL in at:
ee A oucv) ce which inc Huds oes ss ace Regimen wore m Saas ness ould be by = p _—, a. | On Sale at . j
i ‘of Christian ae es Healing nis Fist fae oF — Table Ten- m Y of widen- devi s between Smythfiela | { ALL DRUG STORES. CC -
5 rete Sunday, March 26. 1950 ny Thuredny 0th, 460" to 8.00 p.m Bis. ose “ts un Points. A Depot is immedia ely outside the vown ot) ) Admission : 12 Cents COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY
subject. of GaURCH OF GOD y211 Practice §.00 p.m. Meetite ut oct os eing constructed for stor-New Amsterdam to No. 78 Vil- | i KNIGHTS LTD ‘
| f THE ee eine rears Had > 7.09 {0 9.20 p.m Barbados Tabic 228 p ‘one crushed at Govern-jage on the Corentyne. Farms} \ . Day hones: 2041 — 4441 — NIGHT 81-41
= HA oe nnis Fixtures ment’s new stone-crushing slant will } twee! i
for R 31s & pliant will ed o t urt SSS a
F Bene Peas of eae: Lantern Pres tice aa h oi ne net ae at Ruimveldt on the East Bar nk, Iai nd "7 ear ‘ rs a, "g Saux and | a SSS ae oe
Mate VF iNlice 7.30 to Tr 7 a a yris s
ck Pat AOVENTISE 9 90 p.m. MEMBERS SOCIAL oe ene River, ay quarters Allness Bridge; Cromarty and |
Oo. e » Members, their wives and lady friend; are ng constructed to accom- Wellington Park: Venville ¢ |
8 i prachet & at ihe, King St, me wee € dada eR eee modate officers who will ne in Mies gga ag ae ae
‘ amie 9 will be "What, broke the _ Mon@ y 3rd. April ‘Lecture by Mr charge of te MOR WOE gal and Japan; and curves will | ’
af peatt of Jes te the cuuiiect at fier smeeee = Widened be laid down at No. 63; between |
eh ‘ihe Ages” + $.D.A. Church by Mr ; rig «nce width is about 16 No. 65 and 66; and between No. |
rr eet. his will be widened to 22 77 and No. 78

TION ARMY
; sALVaT a Territori ial

Fire Destroys





Winte!
eam. Te Talits Hill, Elder R. H. Walke

§f. JAMES—11 a.m. Sion Hill, Evange
list A. R, Brome;

The old building, unoc
since last September, was <¢
7 p.m. Sion Hill, Evan

sold,

to be

i r for the Central America qi ° .
4 commaner Territory, arrived ir ¥ oravian ul ing
LL on Friday from his Headquarte
he Annual Divis- |
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mes IN ANTIGUA
~ will Ronduct Special Services in the
ey He town Central Hall on Sunday, |
Pe eth ai ll am. and 7pm. At 4 (Barbados Adveeate Correspondent) |
the Colone! will take the Salute of ANTIGUA, March, 25 |
Ealvation Army Forces at the Mutual The City Fire-Brigade received
re tie Bang be paid to Speightstown @N alarm at 1.05 a.m., arrived at
4 on Monday, March 27th, where the Colo Greenbay at 1.15, to find the old}
nel will eres sk pen at the Moravian Schook building com-
{ mme! 4 vrt
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: CHURCH OF GOD successfully prevented the spreac |
| gt, MICHAEL—11 am. Bank Hall, of the fire to surrounding build
A nev, MB. eee 7 p.m, Eckstein jngs, though heavily handicapped
; res nit ped Cox Roaa, While pumping water from. thc |
Rey, J. B. Winter. 3 where seaweed continuously
| ST. ores a.m, Greens, Rev locked the sieve
£
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A, R, Brome.

Rev. J. R. Web The proceeds were to be

BETHEL—11 a.m. ;
ser 7 pm. Rev Be: Ce nissio|
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| GOVERNMENT NOTICES
|

(
Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-





ment) Order, 1950, No. 11 which will be published in the Official
F Gazette of Monday, 27th March,
9. Under this Order the items “

1950.

{

{
Matches” and “Tea—Loose” have |
j been, deleted in its entirety from the Control of Prices (Defence) |?
(Amendment) Order, 1950.
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%th March, 1950. 26.3.50—2n. | {

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT
i Persons due back pay for the period Ist April, 1948, to 21st June
) 1949, should personally submit their claims to the Office, Department

p 28 Mar., 50.
, The Major Simpson Challenge Cup was
, |B Marshall, M.B.£. with 96 points.
The Major St, Hill Challenge Cup was won by Corporal C. K.
Laurie with 90 points.
| 4. ORDERLY a ee AND ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WEEK {
ENDING 3 APR,
Orderly sate T. A. Gittens |
Orderly Serjeant—233 L/S A. L. O. Blackman.
Next for Duty
Orderly Officer—2/Lt. E. R. Goddard

s ff of Highways and Transport, on or before Friday, 28th April, 1950. \
| 17.3.50.—2n, nt
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/ 1 )
| PART ONE ORDERS

| y 1

‘ } Lieut.-Col. J. Connell, O.B.E., E.D.. {
on Commanding, \
ve The Barbados Regiment. {\
BE Issue No. 12. 24 Mar., '50. |}
1, PARADES—Training {\

All ranks will parade at Regimental Headquarters at 1700 hour i)
» TB on Thursday 6 Apr. °50 for training. {{t
2, ANNUAL CAMP
Reference Regimental Orders No, 11 dated 17 Mai 0, U lates | {

im othe Annual Camp have now been changed to 9-18 Jun., ‘50 )

| 3. SHOOTING COMPETITIONS (

: | There will be a practice shoot for the Major Pinder Cup by all ‘
Ist Class Shots of this year’s A.M.C.—L.M.G., at 1600 hours on Mon- |}

i %y, 27 Mar., 50; the competition will be at 1600 hours on Tuesda

\

won by R.S.M. H. B. G. })

Orderly Serjeant—214 L/S Clarke, A. H. ii

M. L. D. SKEWES-COX, Major, i

S.0.L.F. & Adjutant, \\

The Barbados Regiment f

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THE BARBADOS NRCS re SERIAL NO.7_ | \K

4TH MARCH, 1950 SHEET 1 & ONLY i

LEAVE—SICK |

; 339 Pte Harewood, E. C. No. 1 Coy — Granted 4 weeks Sich
. Leave w.e.f. 26 Mar., ’50.

M. L. D. SKEWES-COX, Major,

S.0.L.F. & Adjutant, ih.

The Barbados Regiment

LONDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
EXAMINATIONS.

Entries for the Summer Examinations, 1950, (Certificate Sta
Only) of the London Chamber of Commerce must reach the De part .
| Partment of Education, The Garrison, not later than 12 noon on
B Saturday, the ist of April, 1950.
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of Education.
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it invite applications for two posts in their Research Department for | '))

esting of | \y
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du
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‘s, with special reference to resistance to virus

» ise; j ; vente

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H (a) Botanist, salary £1,000 rising to £1,500 per annum

: (b) Agronomist, £ 600—£1,000 per annum, »

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sur . SS nee
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PAGE SIXTEEN

W.I. Cricket
Tour Well
/ Covered

HE BBC is planning extensive
coverage of the West Indies tour
this season and apart from ‘live

commentaries, details of which are
given below there will be reports
and export comments on each

day’s play in every match
The time devoted to these re-
ports and comments will depend
on the importance of the match
| but ey in every case, be given
in the ‘Calling the West Indies

period each day from Monday i

Saturday between 23.15 and 23.°

G.M.T. Well-known former West

Indian cricketers who are

resident in England have been

invited to contribute expert com-
ments on the play and on the form
and development of the West

Indies Team. Among the past

players who have been invited

are John Cameron who represented
the West Indies in 1939 in

England, C. B. Clarke who was

also a member of that team, and

Learie Constantine. It is also

hoped that other West Indian

cricketers like E. A. Martindale,
- Ellis Achong and George Headley
will be available to contribute to
thes¢ lised reports

‘Live’ commentaries have been
planned as follows and will be
given by Rex Alston, John Arlot
and E. W. Swanton, etc.

i. ‘fest Matches: The four Test

Matches will be covered by

special West Indies transmissio

to run from 10.15 to 17.45 G.M.T,

on the first day of each Test and

from 10.25 to 17.35 G.M.T., on each
day of the other four day

ing that the times of play are t

be 10.30 to 17.30 G.M T., ball by

, ball commentaries and summarie

will be given during play and +o

five minutes at the start of eac

interval and at the close of play

2, County Matches: Commen
taries between 12.15 and 12.30

i G.M.T., and between 16.45 ani
17.00 G.M.T., with additional time
on Saturdays are proposed for the
following county maches

Worceste! aturday, Monday
Tuesday. (May 6th., 8th., and 9th

M.C.C Saturday Monday
Tuesday. (May 20th., 22nd., ana
23rd.)

Glamorgan: Saturday, Monday
Tuesday (May 27th., 29th.,
and 30th)

Yorkshire Saturday, Monday
Tuesday. (July 29th., 3ist., and
August Ist.)

Glamor gat Saturday, Monday,
Tuesday (August 5th., 7th
and 8th.)

Middlesex: Saturday, Monday

26 28th



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ee

Tuesday (Ajagust
and 29th.)

There will also be commentame
in the General Overseas Service o!
Saturdays between 14.15 and 17.15
G.M.T from the following
matches

Surrey, May 13th; Lancashire,

June 3rd; Notts, June 17th;

Hampshire, July Ist; Northants

July 8th; Derby, July 15th, ana

Gloucester, August 19th.

Except fo the comments 1)
Calling the West Indies periods
mentioned above in the second
paragraph there will be no re port

on the mid-week county matche

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BOSTON
t

Cassius MC FRAIL WAS INFIRMARY
| MATERIAL,TO HEAR HIS FOLKS
TELL lTsssNO ATHLETICS FOR HIM»s>»

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A LETTER FROM







OR ANY FORM OF STR
UOUS PHYSICAL
ACTIVITY»











“Many argue >
ample, British Guiana wanted
development and as borrowing of
foreign loans is controlled by
Federal Government, Britis»
Guiana’s representatives.would be}
-voted by the islands/If one}
were to develop say, hydrd-electric |
ver in B.G., a terrific expan-
sich of industries would follow,
and what would be the result
The chief places where these
industrial products wauld be sold
in the immediate future would by
within the Federation. It would
mean that B.G. would send he
products for sale to Trinidad and
Jamaica who would in turn, send
their cement, their textiles, ete
Without such expansion in Pr'tish
Guiana this trade will not t 7
place, I therefore believe that
so und sehemes of development ar
forward for British Guiana,
Trinidad representatives will |
fote for it a ardently ‘as the}
Guianese. In other words, devel-
epment in the Caribbean js indi-
visible, and development of one}





‘(i just sign you off as

Rleptomania, Mr. Smith.’

kipress Sertice



Governor
Visits Scouts

Of The North

grounds on Satur-

iboult 90 Scouts

received by a Committee com
Island Com-

bre sidents of

It
British Guiana will
' additional costs in federating
> quid pro quo is that if the



Aid demonstrations, $
Gadget-making
A tent made

On re-assembling



Scouting in the



* most important thing
; ssential element ws
spirit within the

district to continue
, His Excellency

assist in the
Kon

which Colonel Campbell moved a

and to all who had helped to

Patrick’s (R.<
Anniversary

.) Celebrate

) Group which

of the pries
>, of the church,



found time



general Bubb

Registered U5. Potent Ofce

They Do Te E very Time |



«Let? ‘s : Get

Federation
Straight”’

@ from page 7
lica WilLe However, I a

1

there will be much mor
together by people of t

e views rather thi vy peopl

ihe same colony.’





if, for

will benefit the whole.”

Above Water

“Another of the anti-Federation ,
guments I have heard is that!
B.G. is keeping her head above
water; can she risk to take
» responsibility of more unfor- }
tunate units? To this, I would
gain refer them to the Closer
Association Committee Report.
stated quite plainly that the
same financial aid which is being |
provided by Britain now should| Speaker

guaranteed for a mediun
g-term period.”
i further



Federation is able to initiate and
achieve greater expansion, then | Attorney General is appearing on
behalf of the prosecution and Mr
N. N, Ashenheim for the defence

The seven charges range from
i stavements
PNP candidate,
, who is claim-
ng the seat, to providing transport

will be an investment well
worth while. The report suggests
that borrowing etc., is likely
so facilitated, that greater

development seems feasible
“There are those who suggest |
political responsibility can be |
ieved | British Guiana inde-

ndently. The Committee answers |
t this is likely to be unrealistic. |

vill probably be found that a} }
init such as British Guiana would |
all the stronger if she could |
ik with the voice of her part-

ners



Unification Report!

@ from page 10

incommon for heads of Reishee |
‘nts in small territories to be
noted to junior posts in larg

A Reason



enhanced prestige and
ict the best candidates
There are seriou practic
ificulties about bringing into
ified service the audi

hose territories in which |

Director of Colonial Audit

sib tor the audit of Gov
ment account 1 suggest that
senior audit staff in the re
ling territories and the senior |

taff in all the territorie
ould be regarded as one service

is estimated that the cost

Public Service Commission wil
the order of £25,000 a vear
ire which would, I believe,

reased very little by th

~ my proposals, I do no

that thi expenditur

ld be justified if the respons

lities of the Commission we:

xtend only to those service

commended in paragraph 30 vi
» Report

P. F. CAMPBELL





The Weather

TO-DAY

Sun Rises. 6.02 a.m,

Sun Sets: 6.11 p.m

Moon (First Quarter) Mareh
26.

Lighting: 6.30 p.m.

Iligh Water: 8.05 a.m., 10.24
Pra,

YESTERDAY
Rainfall: (Codrington) .01 in.

Total for Month to Yester-
day: 1,83 ins,

Temperature (Min,) 715° F.

Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E
(Li a.m.) E,

Wind Velocity: 14 miles per

hour.

Barometer (9 a.m.) 30.054;

(11 a.m.) 30.055.

‘By Jimmy | Hatlo-

‘(Bur AT EVERY COLLEGE HOP, WHO
WEARS OUT THE BANDS AND THRIVES
ON THE JIVE ? HEH, HEH~-CASSIUS!

pay

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SUNDAY ADVOCATE

Hold-Up Robbery

Causes Sensation

Advocate Correspondent)





Political
Deadlock

Seems Broken

Advocate Correspondent)
KINGSTON
Indications at
between the
cal parties relative



principal politi-
to the person-
Committees

early evening near
, at the point of
forced to hand over all the money
|and jewellery she had on her.
, a big American
r, has offered a
ward of £50 for the revurn of the
the total value
has not been disclosed
The police have made no arrest

in practice it will be founa



Legislature



embles next
Bustamante,
had its first meeting,
ward a proposal, through the Min-
that no m ember |

broughv for-| bother, has acquired a farm

| England and wishes to discontinue |

the - of Finance,

House Committees.
announcement
bers of the Opposition

In Kingston robberies from the
person and business establishments
during broad daylight are
» “nieves are men,
juveniles of very tender age,

women and

cn House Committees.





|structions of their elders, Citizens
\and visitors are robbed in the mosy
daring manner and the police are

Jamaica Hospitals
Are Good

Advocate Correspondent)

KINGSTON
Jamaica Hospivals, so far as we
have seen, compare with the |

{ ) 3rd of April 26.3.50—2n.

In the night
have the large-scale robberies, not
i y but all over
This week there have been
1 two big hauls by thieves—an £800

|burglary at Mandeville — money
|stolen from an iron safe while the
ily were ata movie show: é

is concerned.
have real good doctors and
, but your equipment is s
ly lacking, and your medical sti
Your principal
pital has a lot of wood in it but
i ill a serviceable s
This was the opinion expfessed by



reported from Sv.



Speaker On docvors who
i spent a four-day’ visit in Jamaict
s ?
“Election” Charge
‘Ba Advocate Correspondent)

KINGSTON.

Caribbean with include d Puerto

on Rico, the Virgin Islands and Santo

which has started in the Courts at undoubtedly understaffed
; about fifty miles from
"of charges

“0. Alphonsous
of the House of Repre-

to | sentavives. He is charged on seven

island cay, afford to _offer
more nurses are ca es

‘tr ining ie
instituted av
, College Medical

B.G. Boy
Schoralship

e Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN.

Election Law.
Hearing of the first count start-

sted that nurses now

come | able

sportsman,

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awarded to Mr
Engineer Apprentice,
Department.

against the rival

vovers to go to the polls.

College in England.



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igh it may not in itself be |
a reason for unifying all the se:
it is an incidental objection
to the selection of a limited nun
of services for unification that
those services are likely to acquit

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yr _, Ml w. MAKCII 2b, 1930 Passengers ff'an/ Seats In Probyn St* M r.i %  I '.old the i ntly thai • %  J^^Sai o! seals under The Bus tobyn Street Bu. ivaetM*" ln /"rSS-F.au l> bfc.UK they and this may reel of the ins tor bus*.. B te.red that these idlers _dd occupy lhe sets tor two or .iWi'Durs and some ma SMIS cnoufh to carry on card. "££* or draught sar: B ^rHEi. tin Ki 11 "Ued to on Thursday night i_ \C Rev. E. L. Taylor was >.obal.one. lie Service was conducted by inct. Rev. jtJ Cnffln. assisted by the Revl Send J B. Broomes and B. %  I i^earlj training in the Bethel .urn of his owl church. He made grateful f iimt to the parents, i _-awn and friends who had inI atf*"* him in the past. He ihen Ministry %  en 11. J bled to Jl confirmed by his of the Servl %  hymns, all a which were very appropriate \ i olleetlon wu did of the Caen wood .i % %  %  Chapel Fund. .TE -•now at St. ,A .. iihouea on Month 27 is iTidnded in the programme of the Mobile Cinema %  %  < heginiiing March 27 31. j on Tuesday, Karen 28, the i St. Philip; Weaaftwi.iv. the St. Clement':! i Arw. St Lucy; Thursday, St. Au. and Fn%  : at 'iovernment i St. Philip E 18TMOND ROAR, si John, j about 8.40 p.m. on I". cetween a bicycle owned ana noden by Charles Walrond of Dr. -" weycle. ridden by l.loycl Speede Walrond fell and struck his Hbow. \\ OCCIDENT occurred on a* igar Square al . ned and ridden by Selwin mil of Kensington New Road. Hill was wounded on his right elbow. A 111.11 IK i| injured after .t ut 5.15 p.m. on 11 %  J. I. It. Id. • %  batch oi I 1 %  RJIey of i\ XI n>BN i ured on ** Chun ,, Messrs. %  tout 1050 a.m on Friday beM, owned Morley of Hastings, and n %  yril Best of Scnool i I fork <>( the n brokinagad. 'IS HO!' P""" PAU.il Indian of K acefdeni involved motor i by EugorVon !" >"n and driven b) !" ': bolncf Sion Hill 51 XL T. wntd in ^•"""ged. The exh.u.l Wr pom vi in v mut.\, ,l """"s """P %  !" "'"30 |>m. or, i that his ; ciuantit\ f" IOSS pen pen In nil t. : pin i,ii m. on 1M ik.' ', 'c Cnase lhe other by Caham Hutch5Si n h v."' Ealln !" Church. The nutl Ma Mr. C. Thoiiu.s Preatdenl Of The Clerks' Union iiomai of Hears Th There was „ inc lurn I", "; clerk., evidence of a !" £ •n Imptrlni .ddrew. He reminded the clerk, „i ,h institution u, h0 commun, v " 'hanked them for the'eoniiclence they had reposed In hL and ,. wou.d endeSSa? to Av them l0 ,„ e bos of hu £> t carried a corresponding dutv i; 'X" l h V as ""• chief "ervani of lhe clerks; he would put l5 de all personal feeling, and do wh.T they mpltd to „„. Thu, didI not he would encourage !" l"', d '" ng or s 'acknes. on the panof any clerk. It waj their duty to work honestly and lo give their loyally i 0 h eir employer Changes The changes of lhe economic situation were such ihat -.hey Btvei knew, they could not fore%  UMM might have on business, but whal Ihev aid know was .hat the olerk would ore about five thousand clerks ui Bridgetown and there was no reason why evcrv one of '",*"' not he a member of lhe Clerks Union. Tt would mean ihat they would be strong and lespeciVd The employer who refused to pay decent wages wouM be told so and if Ihev held together they would be able to get those employers wh_ paid proper wages to assist i.i bringing presume on those who did nov. As President of the Union his aim was peace and prosperity. He would work with anyone who had the interests of the clerks at heart. and the clerks would realise thai I ir duty to support the union and refuse lo listen to deThev mcmsclvcs must not undermine the confidence ol iho public in lhe union Tin-. should come forth holrilv and offer the criti %  i-nn which would make it itroHHrr and refuse lo lied it" their union and it WU UP to them to make it soniolhni.' I'ile. Barbados Ships Furniture QUITE a good business in the furniture section of the firm of F. Harrison & Co., Ltd., is being done, the Manager of the furniture and showroom departmtnts. Mr. R. B. Moulder, lold the "Advocate" yesterday. Mi i "1 the furniture at present In stock has been bough: from outside joiners, he said, but of the woodworking deaf the firm, of about a dozen men; undertake the carryinj oul of special orders. Shij %  the furniture wtM frnm %  to Bermuda and other West Indian islands. The furniture business has been carried on by the firm for many The firm's workshop nea in 1946 but started again last year, Mr. MoulHe was pleased to say are had been a steady in. ver the last six %  This method of buying furniDUtstde along with UM employing of workmen in the flrm'a workshop, provided cmployment for quite a number of said, and he hoped the encouragement that had been given would be continued. 8 LANES ,,l tr,.m Prince William sue.'. ...tcli right acre*. Broad :„,, an ,uht Ijiws II out from Broad Street %  :l and right ol ra HlfOUOO. Philadel.,,pool. Ijncasler. Mnnmd Bolton Lane.. Lukes Mlddto Street. The lrge,t Alleys, such as BolI MOM Wllll.ui. ,:,c in useful a. II the others are '.'i y SM S ,hort cuu to either the Wharf or "S2&* %  continuation of Utojr, u a wayride fru .table market and maul uinniodities. %  a> on Saturday .light, DurS this night 2j**i. neund Ita City are u ,!„:, Ihc .. far *J *>IWDM ^^^^^_ Mry Le"wUCom*. OHDock ,\„e r „ndergoln ^P"' !" ^ Mary -M Lewu "*'?"%& discharged from the **-JJg „ now awaiting cargo alt.r v. .11 ull to Dominica. SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE NINE U.K. Fireman Hospitalised Here Sitting up and reading a Life n.agazine in Room 4 of I A or the Ge n eral jJ-year-oid Undon fireman franeia Euas (Jaeki Neighboui .old the Adveeaic yesterday in an .-icrview that he likes Barbados .he little he has seen—and is fee! ing fine since an operation wai performed on his right foot. w>rn in Islington. London, jj-ck nd he was helping four shipmates to carry n fllled oil drum ;o the upper deck on the AngloSaxon oil tanker Thelidonui*" when in* drum slipped awav and rolled over his : ( ght foot crushing tno toes, while the-/ were enroutr from Dakar to Curacao As the dmm rolled over hta tv-< he felt a sharp pain and sciousness. When he came to himM-lf he wes lying in tt loom and noticed that some of hit irienns wentaring down at him anxiously. He beheve.: A-as unconscious for quit About 8 p.m the evening Dr. E. W. Saatrubc from Uv came over to the "Thelidomus and gave him an injection in his light arm which soothed the pain which was beginning fa a headache later remov.. "Cottica" and was given DUently while I coming to Barbados. Mlhough not feel uncertain of because somehow !.. %  i evp|->-thinji would go well As far as he has baei the toes on the right loot excep* the big toe have been rmpu ate, He is also a good tee bop dancer but how good he will be after this he does not know. However he will follow tip the hoi bands an continue to collect records. Although he cannot m \ %  he is not bored as he la books and other things from %  ympathisen He nas three brothen two in he one in the w He has bm and a half years foui %  nl In the H %  Five Elected To C.S.A. Council The Civd Servij Association balloted yesterday tor the election of live members to tfli* Council, following nominations the Annual General Ml i February 25. The result of the poll show Mr. K L Men Springer second, Mr. R. A. Clarke third and Mr. F II. Barker and Mr. H. Coulston tying for fourth place Cost Of living Up Two Points The bland*! COgt Of living went up two points in Febm. the figure for January, ures released by the labour Department reveal. The !iRure for January was 228. That for Februaiy rai 1'3U. UBUU lA Bgun In September 1939. Increase in all tembcr 1039 is placed at 130 pei cent Increase in food M 116 per CtOt C.D.C. To Erect $2 Million San Mill In B.G. 'BariMdo* Ail trnl i GEORGETOWN Ml .cneral gee -i the Coaoalal Deveim Brftbh ranee on Tueadai HIM he has received the "n nal from London headquarters, and 25 acres of land at Pin Houston, two miles from Georgeon the East Bank of the Demerara River, have l>ecn purchased for the erection of a gtant taw mill which it is estimated will cost in the vicinity of f2 rnlUion Clearing of the i.iml liaiil be the rne*l modern MW mill in the Colon* and Mill be electrically-driven. In a Messasc to the Legislative Council on January 5 last. Governor Sir Charles Woolle> s.urt "I am pleased to laj l-efore you • letter which I m I^ini Trefgainc. man of the Corpora... ing his Board's decision to such .i project -timber development Memorandum *4engfrg-Agtntt sunting 'he principal tt i this grati ^ar the larg...mprchensive plan f.>i tin nt of the 'ViM .. .ittempted. . It. phase alone will involve the investmant of over $5 million m i greai modern mill capable, with Its most up-to-date machinery, of handling 40 to 50,000 tons of logs a year and nn extraction plant of the latest type, t&age* of ail] be completely new to the Colony. Not Isolated This great ttmbei development •chen i rlea added. "is not to be regarded as an lao %  I part of the Eeneral pragramme for development of the Interim '-nvisaged in Lhe Bvana Comxniaaion, which In fact also proposed the participation Of the C I>C Abie). I Mr, Ed nfarence that poration's main base for operations in the Bartica Triangle will be at Wil %  about 25 miles above Bartica and B tribu-. tary of the Essequii>o. which w racanUy acquired from Hooker Cotir.-ll & Co Ltd will 1M? earned to Wimpiru bv niant lorries. veved from there to Georgetown by motor barges. "A year from now Wmipiru will be a busv in%  The Saw Mill at Hi uaton wU] have an 8-hour dailv imput of 130 cubic tona "f logs. It was planned to get the ion dettven equipment fust on ore-: rttlng machlner flown which would ii"l be used ,;. and Ir there would ha no place to put CommisedoneM Will Staj 3 Yrs. Longer HaiMda> \Smial> Uift.foiidinii KINGSTON The Governor with the appro\.ii uf the Secretary of State for the Colonies has extended the term of Mr W j.ointment *%  In 194U Ml appointed Commissioner for a period of two years to carry cut n sation of the Police Force on lines which he had recommended. Tht; te-organisation is not pleted, and it is with I enabling the Commissioner to fini.h his task that the extension of bis term has been approved Dutch Help British The people of Nickerie, second town of Surinam NetherUnds Guiana, on the Corcniyne Itivei tll(J.-Surinam border) have sent a cheque for $2,242 to the Mayor of Oeorffetowni Central Flood Relief Fund. This is another example of the Dutch peopled good-neighbour polkj British Guiana. .MI Clerk, Georgetown, tinDistrict %  people of their duty to their closest neighbour bf collecting a sum of $2,242 as an expression of then sympathy for the people of UM Hood art i %4 Fine For Cigarette Thief Of £4 lo be paid in monthly Inetalrnenta was imposed on Goulbourn Morris nd a porter of Kmgh.City Phan %  %  l laj h v ,lls Mr. 1 K. Mel found gulltj %  at 5880 "pcrty ol Knights Ciry Phann %  two months' In Olivet To Cahury Maundcr's beautiful and solemn Passion Cantata I Michael Clmbined Choir conduct i Met .can at Hoi) Trlnl of which the Rev E. Jones. M \ da> April 2nd ;it 4 pjfl 1 lOW, Mis Arthur. Sopranos : Messrs. Noel Elder ami %  Tenon Messrs. Vernon Ellii and Thomp son. baritone. The choil will be accompanied on the organ by Messrs A. F. A. Clam nt St. John. Poll On Leopold Has ff ea ke n ed Belgian Throne THE Beaglum refer* Kinit a. half-farce. 11 i %  tinent has beei grieVOUSlS ened as a result. When the issue of Leopold's conduct dunlin the war first inflamed Belgian politics, the:, any question aboul monarchy. The Belgians have an almost Victorian adulation fw HhtMe Rnynl Family Royalty in Belgium has united the dour Flemish-speaking population with their more Frvn.-h-vpe-akinK compatriots. Few Republicans The result is that repul almoel iwm-exuteot in Basfdum< I this adoration of the Painlly which explain* I i that Leopold still has more than the country behind him. te his wartime bl >' ani even more serious. P> i ular war;: e to a oner, the beautiful l lllan Raels. The working data took the uncompromising view ihould have %  Leopold • rdened an . %  whli h at Brat i oncerncd Dally, into oni the monurctw. Strident Poolers It was Leopold who iDatett tins reierendum. It escaped him that once a king becomes the subject of an election, he ceases to be a king; he becomes the head i '• a party. The I^opold reterenduoi bitter personal trageoy iui tne Belgian Royal Family. The I Dg the memory ol the late ] %  fmlnal her husband I : %  mole pain I %  ihi aged Queen M oth er Meanwhile. H; I >>( luxury. Keen visitors fMlll PtTif an nod by the scale which plei .. on the moilest-si.'-u c : %  advisable hi never to eat out alone, the menus need four %  bold them Itfa relief thai covers a restaurant wh* i menu can be read in less thaihalf an hour. ii veetr-oU Tunes After feastniK prOap< ijourn lo night cluba dance at arm's lennth to 193. tunes played by i ft] quartet, oi i %  i the in numerabi' ban !*riees have soared -<> nmeh thi lhe most obvious economy To ( visitor is to eat only once Feetnele.— l':.< %  %  door to the visitors' bathroom i t*t small that when Mr. IW\ %  : to be told his imnts in case he could %  the room. L—B8 Six Months For Rum %  %  I months' I rum the proi Perkins i Co.. Ltd demijohn in his hand by island constable Gill. When asked where he was carryahg It and how he load it. he dropped th ion and ran. captured and %  %  "I am a proud consumer if ... GOAT CHOW The fowi heiln their young ones on . CALF STARTENA IbUinablr from II. JASON JONES A Co.. LU. %  %  % % % % % % % % % % %  %  %  %  _a % %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Referendum \\ ill Decide Per B.G. iBaebodua At.vw.Hc V\>irr-twinlrin QKIROJBTOWM. March M, British Quiana will decide by referendum bather i federate with the West Indies n prove the motion M .: I the Mot: liter. hon urges Qovarnmeni to take iii poaalblc pubUctt) the public : : ing Iron; i on the issue. ration report ttended meetings an being held in roadway clubs am organisations deoating the cas for and against. RHEUMATISM "and agonising BACKACHE GONE! ::• vi VKN \<,., Hollow l.j.stn Let oi BOX %  !< ilaaal >t N Pilled I leiei Rg| l %  teaelaia in Ho\ -I ; Filled aaater Big Petted %  %  I'luUr Kaa with lloll 11,32 Baavar L' il*are> in Ihnk I arriaae |1 i aetei isc iMed < la Dm a Tirriaae 8I.IK I irriaga si.u < nd i latei i II ml i Cn late v. M iisiini.il low Cliam. 3/6 Also %  Seat fa Fail n i asaer EH Novelty—A ltr.ni.iul Blue l'l I -in I rg 'i>Mi..nin Bollle of Kvenini in Pane Paefaaae. Prlee I 'I aa> ii Nil (I HIATIIIIIIirAD I.TII. Ilrjd ..f llr.iad Mfdl HARRISON'S BROAD ST. "DOMO CREAM SEPARATORS CAPACITY-10 GALLS. PER HOUR ttH.49 — ALSO — BUTTER CHURNS 1 GALLON CAPACITY ONLY $30.4 1 EACH. R.WSOME LAWN MOWERS •Tir.KK-12 v..,.;;., % %  I I .;:,. 11 M.'ll.l. IL' ||l.I M" 4J.38 Ml Complete With GraMbox HARRISON'S HARDWA DEPI PHONE 2344 tot evettf occasion on Sale at tne lead I no StoteS Oliiliiarv Mr. A. A. Tudor dr. Alfred Austin Tudor took place al ti %  Hospital on Monday and he was burled the following day at St hurt h M" %  bury Boys' H Philip Re : James A led by .ill Mr Tudor •* %  • ed bofh in his work and publi< affairs. His sickness laated only four days. On the whole he was genuine and always seemed to be iiuiet He leaves to mourn his wife. Mrs. Ins Tudor, seven sons and two daughters. 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PACE Till I • I :i\\ ADVOCATE SUNDAY, >UBC H i / ETON COLLEGE by PATRICK NORTON '" "' "'''•' % % % %  Chapel sftei -I t Founded in 1440, under ;. charter | II K...,; H BTj B the most %  %  K %  %  %  | %  %  that i Short)' i QJaj of l!.i %  DiunlM %  majority of lxys .• on inni 1.000 pupil' %  snnu.<. exam) %  : %  %  %  i %  %  I %  %  about | %  ban Ud COUu known as when Inbacon* %  .irs .1 black mornum %  ( '.. I'm %  %  I kwaram I This reof .; % %  compulsory—m Bri1 i addition to football and cricket, the Eton boy can plav rackets or lawn tennis. He can run or i of the traditional Eton gams* Is Game playeo I a high and loiu -' IN u padded i thai tienuous itame. %  i .inch tbe %  %  . %  %  %  %  1raditfonal Eton ( lothe* %  I %  %  •% %  Wa i: %  %  %  %  %  %  %  taught, but mail" %  and modern laagusi .' %  d u imporLint, to.. Mr kept in touch with the 'hat a boy belonging to his house makes by order which nhow his class posUi< %  week. Both MTutor en> tutor" have to sign these and if id shows a downwai % %  < the unfortunate youth can prepare for trouble The ton ran can order "lines" to be written. but the real dtoelpUne in the % % %  lies m the hands of the boys themselves. Oppidans' housI run by the house captain %  Ad a small committee of prefects. Discipline in the College bj m the hands of the Ca| of the School and nine other members of the Sixth Pona Bui mportant than these "Pop", a self-elected socu %  • 20 or so membrrv with extremely wide powers and privileges The system of fagging which means that junior boys und< rl lomestfc duties for their is an old institution at Ron. The junior boy. for i pie. had to render his senior such (Service as buying M [some delicacy for his tea which he FOOfca under the watchful eve of %  :l"mes!ie wi.rker km.-.. | "boy's maid" Dinner is the onlv formal meal at which bovs must be present. Famous Etonians The Eton boy is given much leisure which he has to learn how R properly, Innumerable soabound which he can join %  cconUni to his Individual tastes. is about the biggest, for it is one of the i for the small boys to join, but the Natural Historv Socu t more recent institution, is proving a great hi PoUtiral Societv is the nursery of budding politicians. No school in the world baj out so many boys who have become famous men as Eton The English poets, Shelley and Swinburne, the EnjUah Lord Melbourne and Ol.idstonwere old Etonians Those who haw pine d through Ui usuallv return to visit their old school on Founders Day or on the Fourth of June when the famous Eton Boating Song is sung Why Benjamin Britten Keeps On Composing Vriilltlusi. *. ir.. When wcrk b, m by the LaO. ,mk that a compose. %  ..or. and efU l-irin lo i "ie year. to long broodii-.-n.ifidently assumed by hi Ltcativs of fur %  !n.:i in God's go* poser, and is n i ry The image of :. man withdrawn to world, keeping a pa;.. reforc the temple of the muse— with possibly a % %  or wak> T The legend hfll n. the 19th century, wl B eet h oven %  %  But though Beethove:: Mqod over his notebooks and hi< daemon, he mearts.ned I prodlgious enough output %  after he had composed 1. %  rnrt the theories upon which The Hint is based, sod . *rds' lns|ir;ili>M to write, co m pose or paint, knows that inspiration is wooed tedium. %  %  %  %  of com%  %  %  i n to write' %  %  %  %  lonthly %  Uppll %  sea MM iiniuNik Bui I men of %  Ehrl % %  %  I ill. I I.IIIIIII. nl strike remember Phensic Wiae is the sufferer from headache or nerve pain who keeps a supply of l'hcnsic In a maoer of nunuies ihc worst of pans gj, c way to Phensic and as the pain lessens, you feel fit and cheerful, ready again u>r work or play. It is good to know thai n can always have ihc certain relic: Phensic. Be prepared lor he dacha k.,..,, a supply of Phensic handy. Phensic : i .wtii bit %  i itin i an %  %  Intend%  %  %  I U %  %  %  %  I roarlns Nk< %  L l v f. for Qiu'ci, safe relic/ >FR0M HEADACHES. HHEUaUrIC i AIMS, I UMUM %  NERVE PINS, HiuiULBIA, INFUILMI COLDS i OMi HOUSEHOLD ELECTRIC APPLIANCES I1 i T t • ?> BAKIHC IICK s Holm h BAKING POD in I I 1 I BBC, plajn.il Ule celebraUid Wall • .1 %  os playad on SI Ali.n. i n| MI... ...11 %  •• %  in ihc picture .. CoUagan ... Bofllng water in a few miniiic1 ill help yuu and this is wlui j(..l I Kettle will give you. Be polished aluminium, ii bai aag spout. And it is sale —it i I THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. 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PAfll n.s -' MHV \li\Cll \ r I iAl .,, / Unification Of Public Services Report SMOKERS CAMSMM Till import tl tin* ( ummiMlw liie pcnon au tp| I U n ihr I ni'i. juiiii >r Public Bara man or u.. tttm HI BH ( *nhl'jn ("iKlm.f* 4iid ul discri'tlou. Hi u u.lh tki* in. tltm-iil to-da?. ** a member of Ihe Com:. Irlriiut to l.*i.tb|i*!iii,rf.t would st-riwual} be .. •nit rr> ihr rrp-rl *ay:— he were in regard himself as a |. %  rued doe* not raporutible lo that bod e appointment o| an actions. The need I in tach of is even dearer, in M n Bwrttt i.i cM l colonial in the are highly eonlkiential matters Q *.ake, Ihe which should, in no circumstanii-. lernaJ be disclosed to any outside person. ne weight of the evidence which will renoei UM appointment on w e have received is against the ir I EsUbltahappointment of a serving civil in Hirs ment Officer of distinction imservant lor this purpose. It has lnan perafivIf ultimaten .. federal urn represented to us that there United which hj %  i to the ic salary for comparable pas*. i.tfhout the area, and CO! P ' %  • iitiona in respect of kaave, Keporti. ..stages and pensions." Later in the professional quail n 0 t the drat: despatch he lUgenaiB quired In tfx thai in the first instance, unifier.but these drffleuitiei Ud tion should be considered in reiabe exaggerated 1 cannoi n the part of tlon to onlv five i' il have assumed that it is becau-e to accept the principle 01 rva that ache foresees difficulties in achievi>osals would ing a uniform grading of posts .in<( minl.mim n\ .. %  '.antial common basic salaries that th : %  %  ring the number of atrvtOei which he su Iqualil (ivnntn-t which flow from the gests for immediate unification Is not larger. As the Cdmmtsst' n The pi does not consider so gr< ..niformity to lie an indis. ... mind th) travel will be . heals of reramofMO than at Well pave mn of the ave pos. ntl ready coGovernment should be sot up, he would be difficulties in arranging Inilt ,, ,. irfl lacking. woul, and also in determining the • in Up Q eneeallj tpeaxlng : u say l l %  l %  %  N will e %  in ine official i.ici.ii %  %  %  reral Govrrnm m acouteeea mof %  nugn; i I i ancrioBi • %  %  %  %  %  —will ceaaa to i %  %  %  %  %  i i i ill,.! • %  %  %  %  full-time basl '.jo Bay may, however, be Conclusion of the intenischarged to the ,ion ot ,nc Governments to ac"-i of our ability th" • %  %  m principle, that measure on ui That Imptrfecof floM,r a to<, a,lon which uniiiions will be I <*•' public ^eri involve, and ta ex%  pern | posals put forward to that end. I! direct imperfect, that is to say, unflnepreeenUtiOfl of individual col "hed. A unified service is. it M no more than I half-way xpediem as the addition to the C i ' ..pinion thai II Is an lndiffervvould be caul %  :, if ii were it the . %  %  %  RxpeeHenl possibility. The proceeding %  %  such examination that we subn r pensable condition of unification, cept toad thi %  d for promotion to an scheduled post until %  quired the neci 1 4i The aarrlca inouM which offers advancement from I know of no service in th* in which all • > equal by no means %  %  or the number of perm trol in these i -nment of each • exerclai %  will be no %  %  %  : • %  Such ai v< uld ba •timulatini I lining tlii %  i unlflcaon, but i tlafli intage would %  i vajghed bj t If the colony ilives were officials. Uk need to bt •i'i it %  %  • %  1 i make lo '.he solution ol j rulai pi % %  llftlni HI1 of tin .... %  %  MAURICE HOLMES. (Chan I tMFBELL, S. A. STONE. ; %  HCFARLANl I lands). J. O'CONNOR. (Trinidad & I W A. DATE. (Windward Mland^i II !• GOODWYN' iguat, 1M9. :: JACK%  nber for Brit%  sign the report owing to %  Note of Reservation %  %  %  i %  larly, a hi riee !• u Head of the %  %  %  %  1 \ni I .i \ ''I both u %  %  %  ... H> Mi P. p. o <" pon..lmim the area instead of the colon that the ndard of the ami be relate* : %  %  who are in It I UieTelbi er that m lid M e> Erom unification unless %  < oing to. 1 cannot accept the i.ification ii uaragruph 29 of the Report for the following reasons. For convenience the cnten.i arc Mooted.) 1 ) "The service should be one which exists m most, if not .ill. of the eolonlef There are very few i %  inch this does n I BPplj ind OBC these— forcfttr\ l| recuniinen.i: in the Raped tor immediate But apart from this I trtaaga the Public Servlco Co n%  making all lenior appolnt" nts in the ana. Th' .-. which f dp not consider aatwould be the advertiseaadl colony in the ara %  CUM y i k i* occurs tu it*Vice should be one the officers in which norlook to advancement m that atrvfea and In no %  %  ii for tins the umiication of ud h) BUPnnalltr the %  .: u inttrchange ol aolor ofBi 11 betwi en %  bllshmem i the election 1 be rem* -died be %  I laUAcfitlofl i ig, "i %  %  Thi.s %  standard oi You can light up without fear ^i Daetht if you mt \"i-"ota, rhe :oothpattc thai Fajfan tUeobkj Ifesli flavour, •if*cis umaghdy nicotine t containoe liaimful %  tte. Nicota keeps your teeth really while from morning to rmht. 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PAGE SIX SUNDAY ADVOt v11 oata, / Eommel . has a bit too much of GOERING • \ the cnd of Jufle 1912 /V Rommel was knocking ..: the gates of Alexandria. However, the Eight \ very far from being entirely i n the defensive The general impression in Britain, even today, seems to be that, having fallen bSCk, it remained cowering at El Alamein On the contrary, it continual!' •he enemy. M Montgomery had two VttdOM and a mass of new •an'- and tun*. Since he made %  rr.mplete Job of it when he started, there is no Houb* that the postponement was %  urUffoit •here anv Houbt thit hll rente •elf-ctnrtder'ee and his '"• *f "the common touch" had an electric effect upon the troopi power ^ antlshed \ail. I IIM IIIOIIS Diamond. Emerald Tie Pin itv I:S>IO\I YOUNG In all his iplendoor. M'l TASK He inspired first curiosity, then then admiration The aomiration was well ti< %  There is, however, no cause to magnify either his great Victory a forraidsl rtu immensely so In tanks, guns, and ammunition. Vet Rommel was planning a Incidentally. intsrMM... within a lew hours of his arrival thai Two days after he had | throw a man oft* his horse distance the 700 mile* from El Alan Benghazi in 15 days, the.. not much room for criticism of either commander TOO LATE S) On November 4 enaM tha Allied landing!! in North Africa. Tripoli at onee (*-< mi a f ml,,., imarUnre Rommel received no rtu. Italians paai a ould make a lit: RAVES Rommel asked whether it v M better to lo*e Tripoli or IV the Afrika Korps did a For the (irst lime. Romi family, he realised e at %  a hospital bed In / hi m( nu bu [he „„e poured Into contempt tor the whole Germ... ," ... < !" '""H"* !" i lank Muck Tuni!lla Dy s , a ,„,„ .-, s people and the lact that he carAll On November 3. when Ihl m „ nlhJ la[er ,„, „ *" la-t cml.. OmH withdrawal had alrcvi'ly prisoner! rtad, came an order from the 0n0 „, hr „,„„„, m hi h wrny Command. Rommei ha3 t0 sw J low mus %  "" %  **> "The position requires '"al have been to see what the Germ r (IlrJKllilV 1 kllVl Mi? iiCIl YHIVIJ . -. . %  _. • lion W^K'I >W KV Wlldl or his great personal qualities by mUcs ,rom "* "** ">"* w the El Alamein position be held to H(Bn Ccmmand could suggesting that the Eight). had ceased to exist as a lighting force when he took it over. It had, in fact, captured than 7,000 prisoners during It had stopped Romr;.to We Delta. :t hn.i pnvad lha amj lor i major offensive whit'; %  too weak to undor',:iki • There is a tragically I:. footnote to all this from the German side. "We were vsrj much disturbed by the au attacked* us all throti; General Baycrlcin, Rommel's chief of staff. "If you could have contini...i> J couple ol VDU would nave l I fa then at all for our ta ntlii otter K the was resumed." ISOLATED #>uiv>* ma UH prubli-m. laoisv > i i-juld do no more %  i gfvsn %  Ha EOUI ..,....... H i uld Del %  i %  He fuula Hut iirgue, dsmsna gnd uruwat do in a 1 %  > %  and compare 11 with wh they had failed to do in of a winning one. ar two rsgims : M troops and ii were QOWO In, followed by odd Inl tanks, and artiUers formeu into a scratch dil By the middle of Dc< i lOth Panssr Anottier infantry division notnng for the men who fough. for him. Nevertheless, he ansu Let Hitler come out to A aee for himself or let him asnd some of his entourage to show them how to do it. "Co!" screamed Hitler. "I hav uther things to do than talk to you." Rommel saluted and turne on his heel. After he had shut the door Hitler came running after him and put his arm on his shoulder "You must excuse me," he said. "I'm in a very nervous rial ..; is going to be all rinhr 'Come and see me tomorrow %  %  rule hi %  %  %  "Ah!" said Goering. "he does not comprehend the whole situation is I do. We are (Oil look jfter him. we are gofc ful monoid;... achievements, past. future. He appeared to i-l to be on the verge ci megalomania. The story WSf all over Rome that he had gone to a party cd in a toga. # Rommel put up with it f.>r three days. TO HIS MEN Then Jie said: "I'm doing no good over here—only losing niy temper; I'd better get back to the A' fa Korps.*' He flew off ne*t day. COO! that Goering was mad and not much better. I second stage of his disill. ment Next Week MAEl BNAH—patron ol Horn lfl iri ami IHsHSWO. Friend uf Hanoi *ni Virgil. An aristocrat i.iMirlous habits. Hitler telb. Kommel So one will make peace with me': Kommel discovers the Allan Ue Wall to be a fake. —L.E.S. 7U FAM/LYFoodn S&made brought over. A Grenadier rciand we will talk about it calmly ment came from There •] 1th the new T,. i The redoubtable Hermann Goering Pansst aras on it way. KM. PI Ml :ne Ailie What could i dOM with half of this I Rommel, with his SB %  60 tanks, were relentlessly pushed ££" £ 1<(J,no and 1V "'' back through T %  fnrn 1 All the way he ma Wh they met at U Goenng wi tilt with gr %  > amy. H tie .'.is secured by fight emerald clip. The case of his It Is Impossible to think rps being deal Rommel saw him next ,dsy erlna. %  ...... all that Rommel naods." can build houses on me," %  ,, % % %  "T am going to aitend to it myseU" IH.IIWII III The Reichsmu rsiia i took Rom-n'l with him In his I "."t the frnonp in nol The 90i! %  On one of his linger %  Is horror. Ill a ring with %  %  Q .. At his bonM V pleniber wi, Rosntaal iij them. He i Rommsl, but Ra tsi ons on business or to do anythirr for ; I i Prsu Rommel Goering re at .tH ..osls, for oih.. ,,ked that her husb..... i to rriHiil -. %  %  arj %  %  ght An... U> stay with linn i, i] -i:ter tha war. t mutual cow -esies wei%  '•garded as out ot He l< i' %  %  I %  his he IHIOKI \ >|\\ asul fly to in in....... i ment %  : the door ol • I %  the moment, with lh< { ihOI k ol defeat eoilllllg on lmm< l u4 !> %  Li It in HI hS conelutted |l hope of %  %  %  U against I uhat hi without 11 mlghl 1I P U I Al I IO\\ % %  battle was %  coup Relieves INDIGESTION TWO-MIII IM \SI MASS \ I I Al k %  -i. he As that Yet I lust one dose of MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH POWDER relieves Indigestion pain and discomfort! This wonderfully quick and effective rcbef from Heartburn, Flatulence, Nausea, Avidny and Stomach Pains due to Indigestion is made pcstiblc by the fact that MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH POWDER is a perfectly balanced scientific formula. Make Meal Times a Pleasure! Why go on suffering? Try lust one dose to-day but nske *ure vou p* genuine I \CR POW11.H %  %,4/miihc iigruiurf 'ALR3L< MACLEAN 11 on book and carton. 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PACE I li.Hi SUNDAY ADVOCATE / BARBADOS^ ADVtMTE t..~^-i *~ -t-—-i %  " *'. M IK B ft ; lllalMXl in TtV • C* '.** M Km< B*. anacvtovi Sunday. March 26. 1950 Miippiiilf (riftis ALMOST five years have elapsed since ihe end of the war but the shipping situai! the British Caribbean remains very serious. Transportation between the islands themselves, and between the West Indies .tnd the United Kingdom is still very ,'isfactory. The Canadian National Steamships offer a link between Canada and these islands hut the service is less frequent than is necessary and is unable to cope fully with the demands which are made. Between the islands and Great Britain the position is even worse. Hundreds of would-be travellers are held up by the inability to secure a passage. The facilities that at present exist are also rendered difficult by the extn high cost of passages. To travel from Barbados to the United Kingdom costs about ninety pounds. Nor is such accommodation as is afforded luxurious. Such a pasnoes not entitle the traveller to a suite. and indeed he must often share his cabin with others. The British Shipping companies are either unable or unwilling to provide more ships fm the West Indian service; and in spite of repeated representations by West Indian interests and West Indian Governments, the British Government have done little or nothing to ease the situation. It appears therefore, that West Indians must endeavqur to find a solution for themselves but it will be no easy task. The British merchant marine suffered severely during the war and British shipyards ere working at high pressure to repair the ravages of the war. Under the circumstl improbable that a West Indian shipping o one were formed, would be able to purchase the ships from Britain. Were such a company then to seek elsewhere, it would be confronted with the Insuperable wall of curni' I may be, however, that some currency might i for such an important d West Indian busin, wouM do well to consider the possibilities of such a venture. Facing so serious a situation, it is it table that the Standing Closer Association Committee's Report made no mention oi %  hipping. Frequent shipping facilities at cheap rates are indispensable if the widely scattered islands of the Caribbean are to be linked more closely together. Shipping affects every member of the init) and if the business interests are unable to undertake such a venture, the %  men! ihould considei n I i are fullv whether an; o i mid be ay now lavishly expend. I ild bi extent for this purpose, and by redui would be r d for some of the AniiiU Oftieera I ill thy This | %  two moat in ; %  onial 1 %  leave. The pubh. told of no to (ill these otto given appears to 1... It nun me, that the I van) of the ;. within thl ippouil i Tn i for the Governor's approval. In thii il is -' Hi when the appointment of a 1 the House, irable members can offer little criticism of the Government inasmuch as they have failed to All a post long vacant. Since the retirement of the late Mr. C. L. Abrams, there has been a vacancy on the Magisterial Bench and the public have every i be dissatisfied when cases lodged for hearing are set down -even or eight weeks ahead. This delay in the >t justice may be fraught with the most dangerous consequences when it is realised that the less forbearing might take the law into their own hands. The post of Harbour and Shipping Master is the most recent among the vacancies and inasmuch as there are several naval reofficers since the last war. there should be no difficulty in rilling this post because it is the policy to appoint a naval officer to this post. In addition to all these criticisms against the overall policy of allowing important re%  ponaible offices to remain vacant for long periods, it is unfair to the officers acting in these posts. Since the report of the Cuke Committee it is not the custom to allow these officers any extra remuneration for the responsibility of the senior office. In this matter of filling these particulai poatt, the Government might easily have taken the public into confidence if there was to be any change of policy. It is not unknown that for several years now. the suggestion was made that the posts cf Auditor and Treasurer be amalgamated in a single Financial Department. There cou.u be no appreciable difficulty in carrying out this suggestion at this time when Barbados boasts among her top-ranking officers of a Financial Secretary. If consideration of this amalgamation had been advanced as reason for the delay there could be little said against it, but to keep these offices vacant for periods of nearly a year is to give evidence of | most slipshod method oi" Cl l> ducting the business of governmen'. It is not conducive to efficiency nor to tne hai monious working of the Civil Establishment and still less to that standard of satis factory service which the public are entitled to expect from the members ol the %  "Now f wonder what this would he u betting *iif* or it .". -,drti \vm • i ititute an Inqi working oi the compel j 01 responding amount of responsibility. I, >•, .... ed upon to shoulde.4. .aid until i one way or another, ad hue decisions arrived al by loose thinking %  nd lack of Information can do no good. The Government too is concerned to the thai the scheme fur laige Seals IsaprOVSB ster system end the improvement of our by means of irrigation grill bs proper supply of elect] • tne Sen hardly refuse the inquiry but HI ihi event of its doing so, it would u> m the lntt< -t Ol the Corporation to engage the Nrvtf i fl i m erts In i proper i %  hjchi of similar services in the Cerlbl be inquiry is ordered it should be tree from all political influences remembering that the malt' aid must be I \ |be SBtlsCaetton not only of the BOO petitioners but lo the entire community. T fROUGHOUT this munth No nudist slunth. \v IT cast a clout Till May be out. Keep woollies on Till June is gone. Protect your rumps Till August cumptt. Wrap up each member Until September. It's now October And summer's ober. II* arf-io-lli-arl UI.II F OR seme r*ason I cannot nope tn explain, s young signing herself "Worried", has written the following appeal lo me: — I MB very anxious to n>-: married and wonder if you could help me? I ,im only 4ft. lOu bi| on the dumpy side. My wiry and my face always comes out in red patches when vited. 1 am also doubleloUfted, and the dm My boy says it would be all riftht if I didn't giggle and laugh so much." • .• Well. Wuiiu rather UltTicult case Does your boy mean th.it your teeth an less ;ikei> tn drop out if you k< v\< vour mouth shut, or what Curiously enough, some men prefer double-Jointed women, ind 1 should draw hi is much as possible to what appears to bo your out Snap your thi. ind when bathing this summer You should cert d avoid this giggling and laughing. %  I much to laugh al "Alrli I ...I foigirls was to "HtVfl you hjil Hal INSTRUCTOR: Now, lay || I Match End 806?" TELEPHONE 01R1 had Hatch Hcnd Hab INSTRl, OF lummo I mean good gracious vou'tc getting worse. Once n in EPHONE OIBL ad H.iUh Hciul eight Ho Have you ad 'Atch Hcnd INSTRl'C TDK No, no no NO. Have you had i mean Haul, . ft Ho . Good I .1 can't say it yourself INSTRUCTOR' n„nl he himpuilcn'. TEl.F.PIKiNK GIRL: Well, hout with it PINNY |o you said. Ol II III AllfrllS V\l, Hy V11I1..UM I <-ll lllllllN INSTRUCTOR \ / mean Haw you Had flatrh Hewl Atch Bnd no Hatch Hand Hate H.. . Ho Hate ... ho 'ell TELEPHONE GIR1 What? INSTRUCTOB 1 meai 1 I llOIBS{llls oi aj H il. r your t\ As wv sat i>i ifl dark: How maim, mo HM you a at Inaaiu remark? EM now uou'oe asftv auutn. I'll let you hat nth u in wip§ away Your sruuyiiess and your smirk?. 1 "i IWnWna of your fo6Hh Your bald, rcicdlua dome. Your flat fret rp4ovino HD path. As WO* Your wolfish I ,'iiIptMU food. 10, fult-/ad snore. Your rnoruiiiu hawk and congli and uasp Behind •orn door. Your silly tales and dirty That pointless liffle pun, Thai makes you -/jmiar Uh.. men "ham all ih< you said. llelu Tlriij you DOUld heOT, "Hotr U wonderful my One day. I rood oi %  !.> who hod BOt rid o( nil her wrlna • Books And Persons II'* I ll'M <-.MI %  bouquets or their bn caie may be. John Kami 1 he Bteveaooa Companian (next compiled 135.000 word R-US-'i id his %  This will l fniiowed %  %  ber old v, fcdnTWor.il (by P. H tntSi—1 ItaOHSM "nres Rrown>—added to Arthur Bwsar*s Kn,:' These backward slunces will point the sorry contrast ]•• V\VE YO ni„ K v WE % JOW OBB \i.v. >n; SB wnoi for FISII POTS & IIH KF.\ | U in I Inch. 11 inch u |„ cn h from IS inches to 72 tachr, | d — Also J inch. I inch by 4 feel GALVANISED I.AS11IX,; ,„.. from 10 to 18 c.u,. WLLKINSON & HAWKS (I) "i T n c C. S. PITCHER 8, CO 'm' 'PHONES: 1672; 1487 n '\ tU Bccktt i 'l> Si^ years younger simply b> smearing hi ixsridRe. I mode lip my mind to try this simple ramad) .it once, and was %  %  til %  myself looking younger I "Men turned iu look i nd the woj they ni and busei became i: easing. tounu thai i bed torgotten to wash the porridge off, and I owe my nrcei i to the tact that I keep it on day and night and that my husband who is 108. cannot see an inch in front of his nose" (AdvL), • • • ert for what? Lg! i Siiilim^iilal JotiriH-jt North-country woman in court: Mu husband spoke so kindlv to il at first ; thought h* %  S i iK oop, lad, what did'si the "Th.i collad me oov 1 sgs "Eh. lass. Ah did. A .-: be going ii. i that, Ann %  •roper mad "Tha'd smash oop bOOM and cOOt our thn "Just like tha %  %  ihing thou lone "Since thou wert lad %  to tHe." M • novel 09 i from Dent) i me life (an .. the Baal there working a?. i .it lit; wrote his I -light in their one room whlli hlld %  aeqp* nbe dropped DOOk (from Eyre I i will be Julian %  \ .) A Symon in who founded the lion Club, end and Food Society, and >k. The Qucs: . I %  %  IV H . ranfflng from specimen* i ...i ke rofllns. H %  itaph— 'A.JA.S. —AL A 8 Is Aii II..|MMI,I IViiiporary Tolonial Srv relary Won!. \\ liih To the Editor. The Ad Bn In recent message %  %  J W. B must eue sonuiwh tabllshment at thi* moment there an Importanl and hard-pressed are capable and competent men at; but surely the secwho can perform the olRce of .._ — ondment of a rank novice to the Acting Colonial Secretary allanc) Invited th.viewi of a ffirs of this ofnee and local Quite recently Mr • members Brraj Q f fhenery. B A was ca'l secondment of a Principal Ofl irrourkKng such an act as Chief Justice OffeecaAonC' SiTlK* F** m lo Mr r,arnor wmfort and conMr. Chcnery tilled this high offi?e Ste. titST* 1 "' ?"*?• • llher Colonial S II would with extreme digrutv elooucnte it >ught in schools. I t ; ;iv,ng a European a and a wealth of legal' versatdity Sf I %  liday in Barbados. I Mr. Chenery be invited to EVUTKI \' introduced into delightfully ol he was born • junior clerks surrounding such an act as Chief Justice of the colony and Mr' rZ,-7< t earner comfoit and would nev.: %  Mr. Chenery tilled this high office beini i.u,h L h'T* 1Ilorv ,n s "ther their p. By It would with extreme dignity, eloquence me U, v. ., "" unfort unate rtrcum I %  rely giving a European a and a wealth of legal versatditv. on what be,lni' ! f L mo Y m 7* slressed The mllk %  %  ry b> the occasion. It must be borne in mind tlLt £'?.£' u ,' c '^"" c,1 > a "d. George p. at a critical period when tj. .1. \ Q RcchOTord, MA., has ^ %  SlWSTi^'"'^ ^' ere n roes "ut doubt %  %  %  %  %  %  %  -VRD. Pre.. things of i Reek. pior*. I sound % %  : : useful I >.n..J.p .ember, !" propoMl? amung them. Hon le Williams. I wJk r, importee ind to :. Jervice be r '" "'•' • seconded to art until the newly gur Iisii Council la trying to stand and anLITma hlth are timed with a nom-de-plnme. but un U>e customary lion., tide, uill br icnored. Many aarh reach the Mltor'a dcak ,.\ reader. are aialn reminded of the nereully for Ihc urltrr'. nane lo be known lo the Iditor n,.t for publication, but u an aaaur aore of good faith. JOJL roW DKSiHE #.v. Good Rum ynu 'II find id. t,,l, ,1 i n ., YEAR OLD COCKADE FINE RUM SMiO a lioOlr al STl.XSFKI.lt. SHUT A (o..l,li BUY YOUR EASTER "WILSON" NOW FROM DA COSTA & CO., LTD. GOLD first "*"^ -j Pal Alw.y, keep Goddnrd'. Gold Brai" in the houe






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oreign Aid Cuts Will Mean Third World War

AITLE FOR CONTROL . Truman Warns Congress
er And ——— | | FULL _ AID NECESSARY
ee FOR PEACE

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pIfALIAN GOVERNMENT wiki March 25. S ur, pr ising PRESIDENT TRUMAN today warned the Con-
7 led General Labour Contbhietinn on Commua SAY ITALIAN GOVT gress “economic block’’ that sharp cuts in
Batir-itiic: the s fel’ ht yarn ea i i i ight precipitate a third
-, og etre ot eR ome — ee for conire ROME, March 25 ee hae ee a oe bs Representa
af Italy. In s eS owns throughout ¢) i ee F rd :
country, Police and Communist leaders were marshall; aehsmn tadlay dened nent’ | tive’s passage to the “full amount’ of administra-
ineir forces for a massive demonstration planned for \ om Belgrade that Yugoslavia] tion requests for $3,375,000,000 to carry the Aid
morrow. rad offered a direct settlement of/ Programme forward another year, he said that the

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nen [dreds of thousands of excites | | v hod been refused by the} United States had to fight World War ITI because
BH Official working men and women wil | ‘talan Government. “There bas! it turned its back on the “rest of the world.”
jeite meet face to face for the seconc like oe select y, Sugeor® “We will save nothing if we
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time in four days with policc |

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Favours ; Shock squads” mounted in jeep

and armed with revolvers, ,

ignore the needs of other nations

‘cusation of intransigence against C ° ly to find that th esult
talian lover > > sur jnow, only to find that the res
e italian Government is sur om un ists | World War 3”. He declared

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4 a aa resented are Chile, Egypt
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Trade Union King Leopold F ‘ie ge.
Council Formed eter. a tei ik abe botee
KUALA LUMPUR, March 25. | gendarties ina warcapin ten
The All Malaya Trade Union| tle of trams—in the capital. Scores

$1,000 a day from the circus, sai F
earlier the tour would end in tin Rid
for him to train for two mon'
f he wanted to fight FEzza
Charles.—Reuter.

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‘ , France. the United States, the
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With Monarchists to ove wbhrisw | Netherlands. Venezuela, and Na-~- k amous ( Z ame

tionalist China.

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B, Antonio Castanos who admittec | If the usual pattern is followed, a
7 ) Caste » Who admitted |, ae oe Se ARE’ & :
General Secr the Soviet Union may present ¢ H t D
he . — tary of the | formal resolution asking for the un er 1es
Sore Labour lexpulsion of the Nationalist dele-







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was sent to gaol/| HOUSTON, Texas, March 25 .
BAO! | sate Js N, 1exas, MArcn « Delegaves Conference: today unani- | of tr vars ‘ , | Kill d I
S alist Sa > ; “ia + | t. “ eps . ‘ = a) es } 9 amecars were damaged ir > WwW >
tai ‘ leader, |” Tn all previous cases, the Soviet Frank Buck, oh famous Ameri- | mously. voted the formation of | fray. The climax came . fa o Bane = a
‘ entenced to proposal has failed to receive ma- | can wild game hunter, clea in bed) Malayan Trade Union Council. | mounted gendarmes with drawn ,
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rr. gee who had roamed the This central organisation will be! sabres charged demonstrators in Lorry Explosion

accused was sen- The » bee . rs that j
here have been rumours on the lines: of the British Trade: the centre of Bruss
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ears, four for 2)! Russia, whose delegate Mr. Jacob! earth since he was 18, living Union Congress.—Reuter, -_— os



MIS and others for Ses
22 10, sad oo for periods ot! Malik walked out of the Security| life of hairbreath escapes, died i
ervey oe Council on January 13, because | hospital, aged 66, He had been i

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Asa were surprised at th ‘hinese Nationalist was present | jhe spital for cancer for about
Wide differe prised at th> ‘4 Chinese Nationalist was pre | the hospital for i r J
stanos renee in the sentences 01) had no intention of returning; a month. His home was in Sa - ‘A. HESON MUS ,0O ay
Sand Trigo. who adm tte | d ]

. carbines, teargas bombs ; : 8 :
Federation | firehose. Recently brought to its ed Cadel Se eee eee Cl fi h Witl a oie 3 goes Age A
|full strength of 70,000, the Police| # . ruary 26, w hile the Yugoslav atti y as ttf [uae na aid oes mF oa “
(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) Force will be operating with the | ; - . , , , ak ee Tile ene a ee = ee aoe +
arch 94 | confidence created by its success} SELEC pe ee oo Sa iastaee aah cea a TEAS od ing efforts to blot out
BELIZE, March 25. | oy Wednesday, when 2} CTED FOR BISLEY. The picture shows the Rifle Tean he Barbados Rift }of direct settlement The Bel ountering efforts tc ov ou
There was sparkling public dis- h ; ay, when it defeatec Association to shoot at Bisley this year, as they concluded son t the Di HW rade reports—coming only three at least one millicn doilars from
cussion on Caribbean Federation ee led attempt | yesterday evening. Left to right are Mr. T. A. L.. Roberts. Maju ma Cunt 4 We weeks before elections in ti MUNICH. March 25 | the measure, the President warn-
als, British Honduras born], , - action, since the Marshal | Warner, Capt. S. Weatherhead (waiting man), Lt. J. M. Cave, Lt Major J. E. Grimth | Yugoslavia zone of Trieste—said Biscay: shaasek: Wie hi , | ed that the AMOUM 15: NECes=
Acting Attorney General, Hon. a ook shape in Italy. | and Lt. Col. J. Connell, (Captain) |the Italian Government had hand fehtingl titan Poline andl? eee the “poverty, misery
A, Hassock last night declared, _ Demonstrators, drawn largely | siciewsiaeesiinininsti mnerastisinsinames ected Vogoslay proposal 6. dis+| Garnmumilat cathanathaters sin GPS ee ee eee
iM fee! profoundly conscious that from Italy’s 2,000,000 unemployes | + , : lcuss a Trieste settlement on t deaate of kant tea, led=tple thrives”.
gritish Honduras will continue as plus landless peasants and worket ik rench Power ( ry { THO! ICS HOPE T basis of the present occupatic scvurat avéwata “aaorbatvre. f° thi | Truman joined the _House de-
sthing in the eyes of the world, |in northern industries, whose job: | — Af My Y A | zones. West German news agency D.P.A bate with sage tone part letter to
gless she associates herself with | are threatened by bankruptcy, o | + a) ray FENG TaN atk | —Reuter The clashes followed a demon- | the Fo vA “Affair John Kee of
me group in this Hemisphere”. | remodernisation, have already | trike I nds FORM ONE PAR T) GO V 7 tration against the acquittal last | p - ; ph ‘A ee M atrength in
. Hassock, who lectured to a}learned how the Government ap . . eb oe e ee Wednesday by a German Ci) i] Set a Ss ve taleei i oats lint:
[fpimall group a + peoag the | plies its new “tough” policy. | ‘ ‘ ; TD ie | Vatican Rules ‘ourt of the former Munich Ges-j} gation ihAnUlaenie tie aggres-
pb pices of the West Indian Uni-) Interior Minister, Mario Scelba| , : PARIS, March 25 To Brin Leo old Back apo Chief and S.S. Colonel, and! gion” he sz The Preside .
fersity Extramural Department,|cemonstrated on Wednesday anc | .,.22° French gas and electricit; ; Di ey sis Deputy Dr. Richandlebieuch-| 20° Fee, Oe pence. Tee
favoured British Honduras parti-| Thursday that the nate Sots | Strike, after lasting 16 days, wa isappointing er, tried on two charges of crimes | cn Wiss Sem oF the lens ot the
pation in Caribbean Federation, } forces he has built up AA eos ented at dawn today by an Al BRUSSELS, March 25 gainst humanity Cooke ae a on a naval
5 ila aeethada ait + . : 5 s Inion decision, w tani ti) es We ‘ ss uli, arcn < ga ; aa ; submarine,-—Reuter.
te whic cculd give both nationwide mass action and} workers eatateies of THE Social Christian (Catholic) Party, which unresery | ~ARCHBISHOP GARBETT The fo were called
pea and ‘Trinidad 25 seats, |CCa! armed revolt in a town of| Late last night, Union sprke edly supports the return of King Leopold to the thro " : he Trade Union fterwar
maica an Trinidad 20 seats, | 38 990_Reuter ewaeet cee anaes On. eps wwe ‘ i 7 | YORK, March 25 1embers of the Communist Pari
Hominating the majority in the 900. . | men said that the strike would n« announced tonight that it was ready to form a single Part, } The Anglican Archbishco wf the association of victims of I 27 A bl d t
deral Assembly, should the Besa oo Monday, but after a Government, | York, Di yril Garbett, ‘oduyy Fase and the Communist con- d Ll 2 1.
eaker be selected from any ter- all night debate, the All Unior Th \ hold : ¥ * a keihin ted trolled Free Germ Youtt , ,
other than Jamai iD Committee announced “immedia‘ The Catholic hold at era. | described recent Vatican inst: led Free German Youth trie | 4 e Y
) Brito ; é aica or , 1 on eae m rit the sone, inant tions ‘ . faa to me g . g A W
rinidad Areaing that whe main- The Admiral | return to work.” r . ajority i he Senate, ut ail bp 1s eerie . atholic : Be: o Sea earee ‘ vi a t > rr Crash
eaten a iaieniienetan?? A headquarter the nation § d At Ch wo votes ort of a majority | operation with other Chr sti | ie sO » trade unions ani
i tar icted that, develo | Is Pleased alised gas a slectricity sem ande © | the chamber of Deputies | as “disappointing”, but showi iy} f the Police, the DPA said
tarer stated at develop- | | alls (Bas & y Indus’; J - A Catholic \ er | said The 6 o'clock ra rei e d atholic spokesman said tt a “distinct and welcome advance” } IN 1943
ment and resultin, sopula ; eerie z Taco’ Hie LAs ‘ » G ‘he ; velmeted art ice disperse 4
j tial should be “camhareh WASHINGTON, March 25 * | Said she strike was over, but w« ron ir ort . led Joo eee ~ re ne ya faith " co "the ; on ; Wedded Reut
: ; i results of cea did not know here. The werker ailed to get Parliamentary su organ of the Vatican on faith a> > ugency ¢ - er, LONDON, March 2
"Franz R, Dragien, K.C., one of | First results of the formation here. ie werker ; Wie i ; b aoa ; OO! N, March 26
he two ery ost dele- | “¢™mbined naval exercise whien are likely to come back gradually, PRAGUE, March 25 port, they would favour a dissol, morals, last month laid do\ Radio Australia to-day disclos-
f son SCAC, pointed out that | ©@ded in the Caribbean vais week but pressure should be norms Miss Catherine Kos a “41 ton edd atte acelin Catholics iechadah ett {01311 TOO LATE | Slants fies teen ae, ea nalentbone
le , : : ..| tomorrow.”* anaes “ SMaK, ions. Catholics might take part in j>i>! { Y wide heey aes | arse
Hipresentation was not fixed for|®2owed that the United States “mm, larity we year-old assistant Attache at th: its . Cabbnlite. icone. den sonferenceswaimed 1 ine a 4 jcdent in wrucu 127 Australians
al ti d ld corr fleet is making continuing pro- é unpopularity of the gas anc : ; ; e Catholics have declare | conferences aimed at reunion | aug Americans were killed—the
il time and would correspond ae eae eee D electricit trik we, | United States Embassy in Prague,! they would never accept an “The instructions are restrictiv | PARIS, MM 25 } mos ry ; ; f
ath population changes M gress in “air defence and anti icity strike, whch deprived] ~.. ed hak eae ‘ ; d never accept any fur ne instructions are restrictiv PARIS, Maren 25 most serious since the last war. It
eren staved off oe ; tT.) submarine exercises,” the Navy} many Parisians of hot meals, anc | 2!"!V eo to-day by train fron); mula for solution of the Roya | rather than permissive, an | Communist delegates fron} happened in New Guinea. ‘The
Hiesed to him ‘tan, the floor apnounced today. “| was described by French provin wh ae > ad coladines.| problem, which involved “defer | assurned submission to Rome { | “zechoslovakia and Hungary ca | details were withheld by military :
; : : Vice Admi : cial doctors as “Collective Mur. | Where she was flown involuntary | red abdication’ the only reunion the Roma) | enter France for the French Com thori eve >a
dur Saba ee . e Admiral Donald B. Duncan, ! 5“, c e Mur Page tb anny an oe ; na € tne neh Com | authorities. An American Liber-
‘| ales ce BCA —_ Commander of the Second Uniced{ Ce”, Owing to sudden electricicy yesterday as one of 85 passengers} They seek a completely uncon | Catholic Church can contemplate’ | munist Party Congress nea’; ator loaded with bombs, crashed
erates had sworn said Mr. States Task Fleet, who was in reas hospitals, was thought to — aia i ‘Koen ae ae | ditional return of King Leopol, | Garbett said. month, a Foreign Ministyy spokes-| near Port Moresby, hitting five
Delega ‘i M 7 ave contributed to the union’s | V@k planes. iss Kosmak. who is| to the throne. If they refused t “We differ from Rome ain] | man said here today Delegate ruck S
en, to ei ” | overall charge of the manoeuvres, | «, ‘ re . a . ad Sts : : eee vOR®. aah ee oe BF trucks loaded with soldiers and
a at wee * saidhe — pleased- with . the} abandonment of an earlier threat | @/S0 Director of the United States | join a Government under Deveze,| because, with the ancient churche from other Soviet satellite coun { ammunition, the radio said to-day,
ivory of al a aed @) efficiency and resourcefulness” of| to: hold out, until exact figures eee Service libraries in| the resulting Liberal - Socialis,| of the east, we reject the Paps | tries might have diffleulties as_yPart. of the aircraft bomb load
ity at the end of the Tis inc f fe e n nce, Conadian ‘and Dutch wich -tovic! Bidhult’s promised “production | aboard the planes, who have saiil in Parliament. for proof of all doctrine that i | late, he added The spokesmi\ | eye-witess reported a huge wall
Pierefore was not at liberty to *} bonus” they want to return te Czechos! Frans Van -Cauwelert. Presid necessar alv ar }; was commenting on a declaratio f 96 }
| s the argumenis and con- part.—Reuter. Biecabesieia Sac tein a sh vali ans Van -Cauwelert, Presiden} necessary to salvation, and Ny ' g on a declaration 7 of flames stretching for 220 yards.
sits o hice + col he strikers.also won a five per- | Vakla. \ of the Chamber of Deputies and{ value spiritual freedom by the Communist Humaaite tha’ — (Reuter)
r + tla the Commit- 300,000 STRIKE | cent wage inerease, Miss Kosmak said that when) prominent leader of the Catholi “If Anglicans therefore join i) | France is refusing visas to Eas ‘
me Das S report, “TOKYO March 25 Driit Back coo gage in — ‘mete igure Party, said to-night that his party} conference, they should be wel ene ener “in obedience
Mr. Hassock _ Sais . ’ a , x nae | | on its way rom rat‘siava t was ready to take its responsibi! grounded in the claims of the | to their American masvers”’
lati K, who sits on the More than 300,000 Japanese coal Cie . Prague) landed at Erding, a man| ity and ¢ a ae I ir ikl 7 ; : ain f 4 ereciaie ] 000 I °
Muislative Council, staved his| miners today siarted a_ strike} Meanwhiie, ine overall French |~..0. 55 eee : é y and form on all Catholic gov- | church 3ut Anglicans shoul } ‘ 9 atian
ind dia. federation were personal | scheduled to last seven weeks,| S!tike situation—partial stoppage The pas me how gre ‘ reat pbc An official communique \ thank God for millions of devout ie,
iid did not represent the views | f i ah raye| and disputes for the ee, | The passenger had to be removed | later to-night stated that the pres- Roman Catholics, who by the ’ ‘ a
ah s iews | following the rupture of wage! ‘ disputes for the past month, | ;,. | aa ae : ; pres S, ; !
the British Honduras Govern- | negotiations, teuianasters of tha and more in steel, building, coal, | trom | the: plane: (as in , protestei ent Caretaker Premier Gastor | lives, are bearing witness to Ou KILLS 1. INJURES 10 Troops Arrive
ent. iCoal Mineworkers Union an-| ¢0CkS, and smaller industrie: j that he wanted to be flown back | Eyeskens, and the retiring Defence | Lori and Saviour, and they shou! behiitin
~(By Cable) nounced.—Reuter j worsened in the ports while a|'° Czechoslovakia immediately. A | Minister Albert Deveze, a Liberal] pray for those who, in Commun BUENOS AIRES, March 25 I ’ °
| drift back continued elsewhere. | Soe paasetees compipinns leader, bed conferred with Prince | tands, are suffering persecution for ‘ corn in Busnes Aires tried ¢ i Somaliland
_ | French merchant seamen in| Pitterly because her husband was | Charles, the Regent, at the Brus-]| their faith.” Reuter. lynch a hotel kitchen hand, w.
4 | Dunkirk struck for 24 hours tl waiting for her at Prague a rport | sels Royal Palace went berserk and stabbed a young SOMALILAND, March 2%
‘CIDE ON | 1 s or 24 hours this | ‘ : en r , : R you _ SOMALI J, March 23
] | morning, throwing most of the Mi Ps ea | Unvielding ‘ » man to death and injured 10 othe Nearly 1,000 Italian troops, vane
: Miss Kesmak was the only for ne : » . ant tied 4 5 pi » ve
f hy ol | port oe idle as French ships ie amet: hig Thos os dee A The Catholic moves followed Louis Joins A pec pie ree . oe i> The ite f the forces who are taking
| lwere without steam and man- Rp tay ellie we re | Meetir ty ‘i of the Party’ man, Teobaldo Eloy ez, came | over the administrauon of Somali-
CHINA | OMORROW | power. eau ae tier. aap ; Moni a P| General Council c« reoridin: P E Cireus ‘ Will into the hovel epee taves bran- | land from Britain under a 10-year
| | The dock strike was not gen- pilot aA 8 aaa ‘ ae t - executive committee repre { 4 Oe dishing a oe knife and attack- | United Nations mandave, arrived
eral throughout the country er ti 2 i elem atives of its member {Pp | 7 y ed ‘guests. He then dashed into| here today in a troopship.
| LAKE SUCCESS, March 25 Partial stoppages continued in emainnes a "the we base | â„¢ent and provincial leade Not Come Back the street and stabbed several} The handing over of the admin-
A UNITED NAT a 7 ori aa) Marseilles and Brest, but the] ., : ery aia vom A statement issued afterws passersby before the police caugh.) istration in Mogadise ; expect-
f ) Né > ’ : } aes , in) . neaseenger m issued afterwards ; gadiscio is expect
| countrie h i SAO GROUF with es fal ty. Ol} situation in Cherbourg was nor- +e i. ne pe ey said the Party reaffirmed its ‘arne WACO, Texas, March 25 1im, Three of the wounded were;ed to take place on hell tc
wil s, which recognise the Communist regime in China,| mal. The Communist-led C.G.T. ae date eadicded, Mil - in vielding will to ensure all local) Former World ‘Heavyweigh | said tq be seriously ill.—Reuter. | Reuter.
‘ » " > * : aliad ) » ‘ 1 | a ar je sd. Wiss Kosmak e — sor i.
, convene here on Monday with prospects that a new eer a pnt general dock ce pope ni ei hien Aer arte + Con. | Means available and in the short-{Champion Joe Louis announce
ve may be mac . : . : strike for onday in rotest , ; , es . » resun 5 2 , » would defnitel: 12 —
uve may be made to unseat the Nationalist delegate. against the Srrival. cf helavicns sulate in Munich, where arrange- Seen is ee, Oe the ma ae anid sat ni " ——
¢ Tranc wt ¢ . . » 7 . ade s s ona owe se > x stei
| +! The 15 nation Transport and] arms in France. Non-Commun- ments were being made for her} jocording to the wish ox 3 iad Omer pebden: on AG
1 18 S . , ,communications Commission, a] ict dockers have signified that |'eturn to Prague, ‘inh ealiveities of RE, signed a contract
: paniards technical group, meeting on Mon- | they will not support it Miss Kosmak went to Brati a * i; porenium of March 12 by| Canada for a circus, startin
| ° day for its fourth session, includes | ‘The financial committee of the |!2Va to check reporis that visitors | Re); 2 Som > PAQOREY “OF She] May 86.
Imprisoned eight countries recognising Com-| nationalised gas and _ electricity to the American library there hac The a Al-C 1 : Before that he will make ai
}munist China India, Poland, | op resumed cal- |eeen incommoded, She took the 16 Proposed "Ali-t atholic Gov-| exhibition tour to South Americ
Re. oe : organisation today resumed \ # ernment would call a joint session }
OCANA, Toledo, Mareh 25 c zechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, the culations to arrive at a figure for return plane to Prague, fell asleep of the two Houses of Parliam ant Earlier Joe had told oe
|. tences ranging from two to| 5°Viet Union, Britain and Pakis-|the annual “production bonus nd woke up to find herself in| tevide the dkima'a outiret "ee think a comeback to win t
= eats imprisonment were | ‘7 I t Sener Dutcher itn aa — in| statement indicated. seempientiip. alee Oe Sioa
Mmâ„¢Mounced today ' >| The other seven countries re- eteber If euter. More th: :
| : ; ay in the court fore than 300,000 Belgians, wh
i
|
|

TENNESSEE, March 25
A lorry laden with ten (tons |
dynamite caught fire and ble |
last night killing two pecple a |
|

rocking the countryside fo:

to the United Nations, even if tne) miles around

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Louis, reported to be gett’ eR: |
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“4 an important Mor . ace »presentatives questions a The csnectacule : *}
ist leader to plar i Se Chinese representatl 1 | Only last July, Buck arrived in The spectacular blast kno
iene. nt wel ettled. : Net kee te a ut for hims BLICANS down a dozen or more bystander
eek But these have now ne way ree to ee = om oe A | Seven were treated for mino I
_—_— lto a general feeling that Russia | ! error sts were ely to | : se | injuries. O
A ; a |wants to converse on all out- j hs plans to make a new jan oe SCOTT RANKINE | campaign strategy, last week} The explosion dug a five metre
lstralians Fi ht | standing United National issues | as ee glare. es ASHING TON, March 25. openly blamed Acheson’s Far| deep crater throughout the con
: a between east and west | cde chad), pam at with. | The “Acheson Must Go” drive} Eastern Policy for the loss of| crete pavement, tore down powe 9
Floods The United Nativns cannot) Singapore this ae we ; i. Jis causing concern in Diplomatic | China “to the Communists”. They| lines in the sparsely settled are Ou re
oe tackle any important political | filming organise ed “The Washington charged him with the almost| 2nd scattered bits of the truck for y
T “UBOURNE, March 25 Issue, eres. ret ar Li a Eek ih ttheds Republicar efforts to force the | treasonable alliance of subversive| 80 yards around. The two
f lle, pe miles down the; {8s a‘liv nt le ce Ave ignation, as Secretary of State,| elements pro-Communists and! Whe died had parked their car | . }
len \ les doy : live ungle nat of Dean Ache tr j , ft , oa spec > i wh ;
es wy gee ‘River from Tnited Nauons Secretary Gt Cc so" and “Fang And Claw”. | ¢p re “ veson came out int | spies in the American diplomatic} inspect the burning lorry wi a in
Wale 2282 Wagga, New Sout! ( Try; ot eclaration this igo © eS . | the open this week service exploded with a roar.—Reuter
8, dda 25 POULT owa] veve Lie’s declaration i ; j _ Y a ae Sad ° ,
dba day Worked feverishly ou] -**.). th it settlement of the Unil- Known as a wild animal auther | 4% es his being oustec Acheson ought to be able to)
ae Darricades age ' - ae ae S atom Etairio | it : : t eller ar are remote jut- concern arise ly for s ee . f
ion. p, €S against inu lations deadlock about Chi vy. writer, explorer, traveller a 3 rely for support of his party's >
§ People 1; ed Nations dea‘tloc : Pas ah : : = party :
Reece tOPIe living in danger | °¢, Nations terion was “urgent” | fim producer, he was President « |from. the | realisation that the} leaders in Congress, or even on Dies ancer Sree ORME Late
a itenie ac uated 1 W as -ative’. before the ‘ral i iterprises Incorpor- | Pollucal weakness Acheson's 2 ; aan. te ae . ' i
Pate Tue Wehiece tnod nia and imperative”, before the +» | Frank Buck Enterprises heha | positicn. hampers the pondnat of] eepublican leaders, who have; HAVANA, Cube, March 25
Pitder water py the town! oral Assembly met in September, | ated Among the count en Ry ers the conduct of} collaborated with him through five Senator J. Manuel Aleman This f British
MOY receding > Hoods ot was seen by observers here as! yisited were Malay Indiv. | | States Foreign Policy, may| years of post-war bi-partisan} of Cuba’s wealthiest men i is Tamous ritis ¥
000 peop). | vo-thirds of |, warning that the World organi- | Borneo, New Gui ea, Afr en Acheson s influence at the| diplomacy. But the great Repub-| died here of cancer, aged 45
Reuter lad been evacuated. | cation might collaps?, if the pr South America : rnree Conference in Europe} lican bi-partisan Foreign Policy| The senator was the Minister o All-Steel Bicycle 3
lems were not solved by, then —Reuter. | eed = ing, and will make more} leader, Senator Arthur Vanden-| Education in the Government ‘
i A United Sta/es a a | j difficult the piloting through Con-| berg, is more or Nys8 out of public| formed by the vhen President, D1 ‘ d i oe
favour of the seat to a ©nl gress of legislation to aid non-| liff through illness. |} Ramon Grau San Martin, in June supplie in Ladies

12 . ; non Gi Marti
0 MILLION FOR SPAIN Communist delegate is duled 15 Killed In Jana Asi. countries in Europe] And Acheson’s strongest source | 1947. While holding this post, he










. , of domestic political rem and Asia } lea) ¢ figured prominently in the Cayo ' '
Ss because of dome ronan ita. _ of political strength, comes from} -—°~ a oe an n
The Naw Y ORK, March 25 cussions, But some l nite - i C; h The “Acheson Must go” ca the loyalty to him of President| Confites expedition of 1947—one Ge ts models, i
York = al City Bark -f New| tions observers believe tha Pa Plane ras ;}paign has become the spearhead| Truman himself jof many aimed at unseating the | } a
1OuNnced + a _ ° is ato ild g “neu'Ta +} a6 alin ; . ‘ | inicz icta Ge afae iP
“te ‘ Oday that it had} United State coulc +s ot re : ISTANBUL, March 28 jof the increasingly bitter Republi Recalling that the President! pee aad dictator, Gen, Rafael | at } t
$20,000,000 to! members a hint ec : Fifveen people died today wh¢ | 4 a < upon the Tru lefeated the Republican Party|~~ I o Ms . 9 Ss inte Atoanen | if
. munist representation. — florts re As : ,| Govert t in the current po almost singlehanded in the Presi n May, 1948, Senavor Aleman} et
, 2ritain is continuing her CHOF s stat iriine amen ; ' la eres see. Sale Si- | was é » exi f -| } ‘
1 letail Britain ntir A ng Boerts : rc bias + burst | C4 ampaign for the Congression iential election of 1948, Achesen’s was AMONS the exiled Cuban lead | } *
Spain, ‘The loat the “neutral” Securit shed and burst Sections next November ee rr eet ers, including the former Dictator AVE SHEPHERD & ; ir
prort u t é ss aie The ae ng nae ; eo vere Sane ‘ fruman's| President, Gen. Fulgencio Basta. | ” t
5 t | ‘ ‘ ‘ at per al p it I sonducted a “remote control” | ictri ay
i ‘ ; é tive { Nester ‘ - } 1
; fi : oe ‘ | , : erre r ‘ampaign from Miami, Florida n| Distributors
“Reuter ( ne oe : ’ . 2 ae . th pe of returning to power in | i
—Reuter ‘ r Reuter re : Ke 4 —Reuter. the nexy month’s election Reuter} SE EEE
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on Wedtiesday evening. The Con-



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| Band under the auspices of th
St. James branch of the Civic
and was well attended

Cirele,
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| this spot a regular entertainment
| centre for the Parish of St. James

Variety
RENCH, German, American,
British, and Venezuelans were
on B.W.1A’s La Guaira flight
yesterday. Out of a total of nine
passengers, this was quite a
variety of nationalities.
“Pretty Spot”
R. JULIAN FIORINI and Mr
and Mrs. T. Bamford who
live in Montreal arrived yesterday
by T.C.A. on their first Barbados
holiday. They are T.C.A. em-
ployees and several crew members
who have been to Barbados since
the service opened, have told
them that Barbados from the air
s; one of the prettiest spots on
| earth. They are here for about
weeks and are staying at
Cacrabank

Nine Inches Of Snow

of Arnprior, Ontario,
and General Manager of a

| Company which manufactures all
Telephone Company woodwork,
| Which is used all over Canada, is

two



| Mr. R. M. Simpson, who with
| his wife, arrived yesterday by
from Canada to spend

Pt.C.A.
| three weeks at the Ocean
| Hotel.
| They had never heard of Barba-
| dos, until a Travel Agency recom-
mended it an ideal holida
resort; and it may interest thos?
Canadian visitors who are still in
| the island enjoying our sunshine
ind sea bathing, that on Friday
| night when they left Canada for
Barbados, they left it under nine

inches of snow.

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D LAMOUR, Clair TREVOR

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DONLEVY, Irene HERVEY

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GEORGE SANDERS, LUCILLE
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BORIS CARLOFF



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hobert CUMMINGS,
Br‘an DONLEVY

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HEAVENS ONLY KNOWS”

with Marjorie REYNOLDS

Bill GOODWIN

OLYMPIC

Last Show Tonight at 9.45

M-G-M Prevent
BLOSSOMS IN THE DUST”

GARSON, Walter
Felix BRESSART.

irring Greer

PIUGEON,

Band staged at Government House :
Grounds during the recent visit "?Y'
of Her Royal Highness, Princes
Alice, was the central item of a

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Eliz:

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after a short visit

Guiana and Tobago, r

| too distant future, to erect a band- turned via Trinidad on Frida

afternoon by B.W.I.A. and is
once more staying at the Marine
Hotel. Her mother is in British
Guiana and will be returning to
Barbados on Tuesday.

Still Going On

R. JOHN HARRISON, Arts

Officer of the British Council
who arrived from Trinidad told
Carib that’he may go to Antigua
today if he can get air reservation.
His Art Exhibition is still going
on in Trinidad.

“Cherry Orchard”

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Anton Tchehov, translated
and adapted for radio by Harold
Bowen and produced by Mary
Hope Allen will be broadcast
tonight from 8.30 p.m. to 10.00
p.m. in the series World Theatre.

As usual the British Council
centre “Wakefield,” will be open
for the convenience of listener:
to this series.

Fay Compton, heads the cast
portraying Madame Ranevsky; her
daughter Anya aged 17 is played
by Beryl Calder, and Varya her
adopted daughter, aged 24 by
Griselda Harvey. Other actors in
the cast are Boris Ranevsky,
Edward Chapman, Walter Hudd
and Morland Graham. It is a

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he couki not help having a 1K
at the new airfield and he thinks
that we will soon have a very fine
airport at Seawell,

Also returning
Engineer of

was
the

yesterday

an Assistant
Department of Transport Mr.
G. W. Smith, who has been stay-

ing at the Ocean View Hotel,

Here’s roping
Y BOSS Mr. Messenger, who
- is a frequent visitor to your
isfa.d told us about Barbados and
gave us the idea of coming here,
said Mr. ‘Ted’ Love who arrived
from Canada yesterday by T.C.A.
accompanied by his wife. They
-ve here for two weeks staying at
the Ocean View Hotel.
Loves live in Toronto, and Carib
has this to say about their stay,
“We hope the Loves will love it!”

Retired
T. COL. W. A. LEWIS, who
retired from the Army at the
end of the Second World War
and Mrs. Lewis returned to
Toronto yesterday by T.C.A. after
one month’s holiday at the Crane
Hotel. “The air and sea bathing

are lovely up there.”

Off To St. Kitts

M®: MANSERGH DUKE, who
has been holidaying here
with his sister Mrs. Gall, and his
brother Col. O. St. A. Duke, left
yesterday by B.W.1.A. for St. Kitt.
to visit another of his sisters, Mrs.
C. G. Winter who he has not seen
in twenty six years. He will be
in St. Kitts for three weeks, then
returning here for another week
before leaving for Trinidad on his
return trip for Canada.

Went Fishing

D* J. PARILLI
tractive wife returned to
Venezuela yesterday by B.W.I.
Airway’s La Guaira flight. They
both speak English very well and
they told “Carib” how much they
had enjoyed their two weeks at
the Paradise Beach Club, having
zone fishing several times in the
Club’s launch, besides many other
sight seeing trips by car around
the island.

R. end Mrs. F. ROTONDARO

and their three children, and
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Forsythe
who are also from Venezula and
staying at the Paradise Beach
Club were at Seawell to see them
off. The Rotondaros are here
until the end of the Easter Holi-

days





and his at-

Not Sure

’ RS. LLOYD THOMAS of

“Seabourne”, St. James left
yesterday for Antigua by B.W.1.A.
She is due to leave Antigua for
New York today by P.A.A., and
will visit Washington and perhaps
California during her stay in the
United States. She was not surt
just how long she would be away

Sit Down

NARIB was at Kensington yes-
C, terday to see the Empire
Rovers football match. Footbal

a very exciting game, but cer
tainly the people sitting in the
front rows might have some con
sideration for those behind. From
the very start of play everyone
in the front got up making almost
Kensington

all of the crowded 1 .
Stand, remain on their feet f¢

the entire match. z
iu, # >: «mere er

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Easter Saturday
8th April

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Evening Dress

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The.

At Battery House

RS. MARIA SALAZAR, who

has been spending a holiday
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Matlock
at Battery House, St. Lawrence,
returned to Venezuela yesterday
by B.W.LA. after a stay of over
three weeks.

Since January
R. and Mrs. RENSSELAER
BARTRAM, who are from
New York, have been living in
Antigua since January, where
they own property in the Mill
Reef Estate. They will be
turning to New York at the end
of April. While in Antigua they
are staying at the Mill Reef Club.
They were here for one week as

guests at the Colony Club.

re-

New Appointment

ISS I. P. MEARMAN
arrived here on March 18th
the “Golfito,’ left yesterday
by B.W.LA. for Antigua where
she will be taking up her new
appointment as Matron of the
Alexander Hospital. She hopes
to be in Antigua for two or three
years.

18th Century Water Colour
Of Barbados

A from United

generously pre-

VISITOR the
States has

sented to the Museum a delightful
18th Century watercolour view o
Bridgetown, painte1 by J. Burvill.
It is a very welcome addition to
the Museum’s collection which
contains only a few topographical
water colours of the Island. It is
a water colour drawing in the
traditional manner; the line draw-
ing has been shadowed, and the
colours added to suggest coloui
alone, and not, as in most 19th
century water colours, imitating
oil painting technique

According to the legend on the
water colour, ‘A view of Barba-
dos taken 20th May, 1707’ it wa
painted twelve years after Samue!

(by

Copen’s somewhat fanciful en-
greving “A Prospect of Bridge

’

town in Barbados.” A comparison
of these views is of considerable
interest. The water-colour will
remain on special exhibition a
the Museum until 8th April.

The Exhibition of paintings by
Arnold Prince and Garner Francis
of Antigua will also end on 8th
April.

Comings And Goings
My": PEGGY ABERCROMBY,

Air Hostess of B.W.I.A
returned to Trinidad on Friday
after spending a short holiday in
Barbados.

Mr. Charles Peirce, Director of
Jas. A. Lynch and Co. Ltd. left’
for Trinidad by B.W.I.A. on
Saturday.

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“ANNOUNCING the immediate departure of Trans-Canada’s flight . . .
the public address system yesterday at Seawell, sending twenty-seve
the plane. Here are a group of them as they made their way toy

Canadians Return

R. and Mrs. A. A. Hargratt

who are from Toronto and
have been staying at the Windsor
left yesterday by T.C.A., after five
weeks holiday. Also at the
Windsor were Mr. George Hender-
son and his daughter Gwen who
have been in Barbados for three
weeks. Mr. Henderson is Vice
President of Consolidated Paper
Corporation.

Was In London For



Discussions

R. A. D. HODGSON, Director

General of Telecommunica-
tions Aeronautical returned from
London via Canada yesterday by
TCA. He was in London for
discussions in connection with the
International Civil Aviation Con-
ference due to commence in
Havana on 11th April.

PICTURED here is what is claimed to be the only tree growing
It grows in a pickle jar of water,

the north side of Piccadilly.
it stands—nearly 3 ft. high—on

Court, one of London's exelusive hotels.

it is an avocado pear.
was in the Merchant Navy during the war, saw many of these i
Three months ago he saw an avocado pear

recognise the tree:

in the tropics.

left on a breakfast plate and planted it.



BY THE WAY

* 1s not so long ago that Van
Meegeren made the “art

erts” look very foolish by show-
ng them that it is not the picture

ex-

hat must be admired, but the
lame attached to it.

Having raved about a “Ver-
neer,” for instance, they found

t was not really so good if it was
1 Van Meegeren. And now a
‘renchman has perfected i
1ethod of reproducing pictures by
hotography and screen printing,
vhich makes them indistinguish-
ible from the originals. {t ought
o be great fun selling reproduc-
ions of old masters by the thous-
ind to collectors of taste and dis-
rimination. I can hear many
tastaquouere boasting that he ha
1 superb collection of Titian’
‘Pietro Aretino,” 23 in all

Smart-Allick Becomes Smug
HE March number of the

Narkover Magazine contains a
rather priggish article signed by
Headmaster.

the The article,

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n lemo1 1
$1.20 a Yd.
Quality

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43¢ each

By

referring to recent attacks on the
publie schools, and particularly on
Narkover, points out that at Nar-
kover the cosh is unknown, and
that it is the products of compul-
sory State education who are con-
ducting the present campaign of
violence all over England, ‘Human
weaknessess such as gambling and

cheating at cards and_ other
games,” says the article, “are as
common at Narkover as at any
other public school, and sensa-
tional journalism will no doubt
centinue to make copy out of us
But the present trend of life in
the world outside is beginning to

make our Narkover boys look like
a pack of angels.”

In The Empyrean,
Or Thereabouts
AVING reached a_height
(altitude, to you) of 12,364
the rocket encountered a
strong wind, which blew off ‘one

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play jazz, but did work ot
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come the first Pi
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of Mr. and Mrs, |
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a miece of Rev. 0, ¥, J
and her mother te
years ago and her fq
Jones spent the Cela
days here in 1949,

q

a cocktail bar of the Athan
West Indians will no dal
Barman Red Moore,

It flourished.

BEACHCOMBER

of the twin Calkett-stanclie
It was impossible, in such a#
to burn any more hay, Pull
paddle did their best, Duy
rocket was blown out ot}
course, and lost a litte}
Watchers in the fields over §
she passed (“Sailing mal
ally,” said the North Hun
Messenger) cheered stupitt
there was ne a
(b) they coulan nt
Coos aboard the red
should have A
they frightened the young
All day the infernal m
drifted at the mercy
losing height slowly, m
a bit now and then. tt 7
as easy to bring the moon 0*
as for them to go to them
this absurd — fashion, |
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acidly. A later ne 7
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nus probably indicates of
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and pursuit of gold have
’ - and thrilling tales. but
if reasure Of Sierra Madre” now show-
Theatre, ( Life Magazine says it
senuinely deserves to be





y two down-al
o "meet. Atte!



A to one
¢ the night. There, the,
aks next to Howard (Wal-
oe an) an old goid prospe
p Hus ing forth to the

E who is holding

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re, they







‘mates on his favourite
ary The two men become
i acl. : 1 :
oe pe and the next day, alone
Ott ith Howard, they decide to pool
Seni they are
; rees, such as they are,
ir aA by a lottery ticket
S, j Penbbs has won, they decide ?
‘ which up into the Sierra Madre , .
i , tains to prospect fol gold. —reener_ ore Boag
S eotually they strike it, = in HUMPHREY BOGART
Rd ~ : I 0.
: quantiuies oat ee a gale hs pie 4
eee over dre with sincerity and feeling, and
len, mee though emotionally he is the soft-
‘ty est of the three, he leaves you in

- * Character





otk ss int uspicion "0 doubt as to his actions in a
m oAt ee creep nto the minds tight situation,
and distrus though tl are | All in all, “Treasure of Sierra

of them, and
B forced by cireurn
F together, the 1!



stances to remain Madre” is an excellent film, and

» character of the ‘ain criticism I would make





each man becomes apparent, be mn Mere pescuction might have
ric I 2 re fy
bs, hard, suspic brutal, © effective had it been

filmed in technicolour, With the
ae ae oughts of @xception of a few studi tti
entertains thoughts of ©xcep oo te eee
ee is partners’ shares by! it is laid entirely in the hinter-
aeuii award, phil as land of Mexico and the photo-
mu es: sheapactor, sraphy is superb, For a change,

hater than any of thet ne the there are no women in the cast.

one desire is gold, gold and









ae Throughout the film, th i
eigen che a man 1 al le film, the music
just for oO maar ood by Max Steiner is excellent. It is

ry, maintalr on ane
5 Be lance in the relationships 2lways in complete harmony with
a at the three men. Curtin, the the action, and would, by itself,

‘ ; : be it manok
gest, who is essentially hon- impressive,





a est and entertains thoughts of a
0 it farm, is interested in gold ; a
my insofar as it will bring him It Wasn't Errol
his heart’s desire and does his best
tomake Dobbs see the folly of his

Flynn After All

HOLLYWOOD: Lassie has a
rival, Francis, a 12-year-old mule,
making a personal appearance

Suways, Eventually, when through
en stances, Howard leaves the
to save the life of a small
boy, Dobbs attempts oO
mer Curtain, and thi him





heads back ation aoe of America. In New Orleans,
he gold. The f fe appeared’ on TW and led a

Ca s an unexpe arade, A Buffalo, New York,
:, ill fbn wai to.4 department store made him guest
oe ies” pene of honour for a day. In Miami,
pyours ° Fiordia, the Swank Roney Plaza

Brutal
Humphrey Bogart,

“Treasure of Sierra

Hotel gave him a cabana to him-
eif. Francis’s claim to notoriety is
ed on his voluble assertion, in



ed in 2 movie called “Francis”, that he

w portrays brilliantly the fought and won the battle of
Of an avaricious down-and- Burma almost singlehanded, In
men who, through his greed hi; movie debut Francis earns
gold, loses all sense of decency 45 9 week.

proportion. His acting is

bitter and unbelievably
f at times—all emotions
ih he has been portraying for
fs on the screen. In
Wer's opinion, the fines;
pihat of Walier Huston.





UP IN THE AIR
NEW YORK.

New theatre-goers’ fad—shows
29 floors up in the air, Sarah
: ea Ee « Churchill recently starred at one

sep of the eee Se ten of these new playhouses in the
caret ey tal eens his many sky. It was in a penthouse atop
successes. As the old Ansley Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia
Dector, who has made and lost
he is superb, and his
phy and sympathy bring to
im a deep feeling of human





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Happy Birthday to Pearl Brath-

Standing. Young Tim Holt waite and Arthur Lucas who cele-
Adsome and attraciive—por- brate their birthdays this week.
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Girl Guide In

Ceylon, Hong Kong

Lady Seuthorn’s Talk
The Guides will t

to know that Lady Sou
Save a very delightful t
Annual Meeting of
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1e Cy
Association on
Wednesday, 22nd March,
been an active member df
Guide Movement for many years.
She has been Isiand Commissione
of Ceylon as well as Hong Kons.

In her talk Lady Southorn said
that she was a personal friend of
the Chief Scout and Lady Baden
°owell and that it was while she
was staying with them at their
home, Pax Hill, (in Hampshire,
England) that she Was persuaded
to play an active part in Guiding.
She said that there was always
such a happy atmosphere in the
B-P home, the Scout and Guide

ws were actively carried out
and above all such a high sense
of humour prevailed. She said it
must be realised that while ;t
is necessary to have a_ certain
number of rules and regulations
for the running of any Organisa—
tion, Scouting and Guiding are a
game of fun and adventure.

The Chief Scout used to say
that we must not allow ourselves
to be bound up by too much red
tape, but that this should become
“pink elastic.” She said that the
Chief Guide was still in South
Africa and would be back in
England in May, when she is ex-—
pected to see her, as Hampton
Court Palace, where the Chie(
Guide lives, is only 6 miles from
her (Lady Southorn’s) home,

Lady Southorn said that she
had been present at an enrolment
in Barbados and she was very
impressed by the ceremony, which
spoke well for the high standard
of Guiding in the Island. She
felt and knew that Guiding was
the finest Movement for girls and
that she wished that all girls and
young married women would take
an interest in the Organisation
either by becoming members of
the Local Association or by offer.
ing their services as leaders, She
hoped to be returning to Barbados
again and that she would see
more of Guiding in the Island.

Book Stall

The Book Stall for the Girl
Gujidds’ Fair on 8rd June i:
urgently in need of Books and
Magazines. Will anyone who has
any books or magazines to give
away, get in touch with Miss
Nora Burton, St. Michael’s Gir!s
School (Phone 3116), who will
call and fetch them.



Across

2. They mostly have their eyes
bend them. (8)

. Right-handedness, (9)

Found in a bad olive grove, (3)
She's in 1] Across, (5)

Match! (3)

Place in Algeria for Dame E, (5)
Originally the gallows. (7)
Bend in a registered parcel, (8)
Contests produce cares. (5)
Exist next morning. (4)

Late again upset. (4)

Out you go with this before. (3)
. When: you've got it you've kos he
lot. (5) 24, Nobody omitted. (8)

Down

1. A bad pleat is easy to fit seem-
ingly. (9)

. Search a tree for this. (8)
Introduced from abroad. (6)
Tomb & mob may need after
this. (4 4)

Such & person is well known (9)

. Looks like something between a
fox and a weasel. (5-3)

7. Spirit of the air. (5)

9. It has been thumbed. (4) {

10. Plant with prickly head, (6)) !

18 ae a letter from the par (4)

20, Women guard its secret, ( 2

21, Also the last clue Down, (8)

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e the seeds ea
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plant 0
r un ight position, (u
a up) and cover lightly
{ this method ‘s too uc
trouble, just scratch a_ shallov
the Gerbera i atter
he seeds and cover lightly wit!
«“ Dear sir vconder nould. S 1@. PCOPAE GVEN ° SUNY
whether you can adr the whole flower head without

me about my cauliflower
OAM

Gerberas (Barbertom Daisy)
means of propaga-
root division. To «a
this take up an old large clump
of Gerberas that has flowered, pull
the clump apart until you have
several small bunches, each with
some roots attached. Plant these
native of South in a well prepared bed about

separating the seeds. In ten te
should be up, but they will
London Srvress Sarvice be ready to be planted out ir
Gerberas planted from seed do
not come “true”. That is to say,
planted from a white Gerber:
or Ma Crs will produce in turn white flow-
ers. The flowers may be of any
exciting.
The other
new addition to our Barbadian
gardens, but they have become
here to stay. Gerberas, or, as they
are sometimes called “Barberton

twelve days the young seedlings
their final bed for three months
d ili t
(rar ening in § there is no certainty that seed:
colour, which is of course, most
Gerberas are a comparatively tion .s by
so popular that they are certainly
Daisies”, are a

Africa where they can be seen foot apart to allow for theii
growing wild on the Veld, a love- spreading.
ly sight. Gerberas are slow growers, and

Their popularity in Barbados i
well deserved. Not only do th
fiowers come in a number of de- time to recover and to start
lightful shades ranging from But it must be remembered that
deep red to palest shell pink, in once they have been replanted
white and in different shades of they give no more trouble for

when divided and re-planted
this way they take a considerablk

again







yellow, but, they flower practi- long time.

cally right through the

Their dainty daisy like flo
are borne on long slender ste - .

ideal for picking and for PED PALS



ranging im bowls and vases. If
these flowers are kept out of the
wind they will last in:the house
for a week \w more.

Norman Mohammed Ali, C/o
Correspondence Dept., Local Office,
irinidad Leaseholds Limited
lt ointe-a—Pierre, Trinidad, Age: 15;

Gerberas like a rich well man- Hobbies; Stamp Collecting, Collect-
ured bed in an open sunny spot, ng of Foreign Coins, Cinema
but they do not like a soggy bed. Going, Comics and Paper reading,
Have your bed well drained and and friendly

correspondence
keep it reasonably well watered. Would like Pen Pals between ‘the




Once established, Gerberas can ages of 13—16,

be left undisturbed for years. Noel Bethel G. Street, New Jer- and
They will bunch and spread un- sey, La Brea, Trinidad, would like |
til they are packed closely to- Pen Pals between the ages of i9 0
gether in the bed, a condition and 20. Hobbies: Swimming, Danc-
which they seem to like. ing, Reading, Correspone i



leaves, Singing
(garden

oceasionally,

Clip out the withered
give them a little G.V.M

vegetable manure) VERA DOWNES,



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to his pet dragon and brings him
away from the wall. The little
creature catches sight of Rupert,
and prances about s

gotten you, but I'l] soon make him
friendly." And he goes into a
small reom ang unfastens the leash.
To Rupert's surprise the dragon at





spiciously and once becomes quiet, and looks
blows some hot smoke into his expectantly as the little Peke opens
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PAGE FOUR



rile West Indies, for the first time in their history, will be repre-
i sented at the Bisley meeting in England that takes place be-
tween July 10 and July 22 this y Twenty-eight marksmen, seven
each from British Guiana, Trinidad, Jamaica and Barbados leave
for England in batches during June to arrive in England in time for
the meet.

Few sportsmen will "fail to offer their deepest congratulations
to the British West Indies Shooting Council on their vision and in-
dustry in making this visit on the part of the West Indies possible.

Shooting is a form of sport that is enjoyed by comparatively few
and there are little or no funds accruing from crowds who would pay
to watch competitions axis the case with most other organised forms
of sport. Hence it is to the credit of the sportsmen in these mem-
ber colonies of the British West Indies Shooting Council who have
endeavoured, primarily by their own efforts, to place West Indian

shooting on the map of the world.
A FITTING SOURCE OF PRIDE

T WILL be a fitting source of pride to those res ponsible for the
I tour to know that the West Indies team will be in England,
matching their skill at shooting with teams from the Mother Coun-
try, Canada, Australia, South Africa and India at the same time
that a West Indies cricket team, drawn from the same four colonies
will be throwing down the gauntlet to the cream of English cricket.

Further scope for testing cut the prowess of the West Indies
team will be provided in that the Committee of the National Rifle
Association will permit any individual Colony, which may have four
lable after the West Indies team of eight has been chosen, to
Colony in the Colonial Shoot for the Junior Kolapore
known “The Morning Post” and “T

men avai
represent that
und Junior MacKinnon,
Barnet” respectively.
SEVEN SELECTED FROM BARBADOS

HE selection of the seven to comprise the Barbados team was

announced on Friday and around this, ntost of the local in-
terest in the Meet will naturally
be centred.

Lt.-Colonel J. Connell was the
automatic selection for the cap-
taincy of the Barbados team. He
is the only member of the team
who has already had any expe-
| rience of the Bisley ranges, hav-
ing already shot there.

“The

as

A marksman with a fine repu-
tation throughout the West
Indies, Joe Connell has establish-
ed many intercolonial shooting
records during his long shooting

career and has won many tro-
phies indeed.
Major Griffith is the oldest

member of the side but is one of
the mainstays, his record being
second in excellence only to that
of Colonel Connell.

A “Who's Who of the members
of the team appears elsewhere in
this issue but with marksmen of
the calibre of Major A. S, War-
ren, Captain C. R. E, Warner, Lt. C. E. Neblett, Lt. J. M. Cave and
Mr. T. A. L. Roberts completing the team, the Selectors have justi-
fiably ignored any temptation to experiment and have chosen an
experienced and well balanced team.

EMPIRE WIN TWICE AS SEASON OPENS

“HE 1950 football season, just over a week old, promises to be

keenly contested one. Crowds have attended the four First
Division fixtures so far played at Kensington and the three games
in the Second Division played at Queen’s Park have also created con-
siderable interest.

In the first Division, Empire who won on Saturday, March 18 by
two goals to one from Carlton, in the opening fixture of the season,
the



LT. COL, J. CONNELL

a

repeated this win yesterday by a similar margin, this time at
of Pickwick-Rovers,

expense

Thi ives Empire two straight wins while Spartan, last season's

yn their only engagement having defeated Pickwick-

R I hursday Everton scored an easy win over College on
will have two stiff engagements this week when they

Carlton and the powerful Empire team.



Second Division Notre Dame made an impressive debut
cupholders in this divtsion for the past two season
champiotr by one oal to love in the opening fixture
1 thi eason

NOTRE DAME IMPRESSES
W larly impressed with the speed and dash of the Notre
J howed that they deservt their promotion
Phis ion this season They will take much watching

suld not at all be surprised if they are among the

vill be contesting the final honours in this division thi
!

Division competition opens on Tut day this week
pal ite in A ciation football last season, are
t this season while Cable and Wireless are fielding

first time
have always finished with the leaders and with their old
jotre Dame having to field a Second Division team as well

ii 1 they will take a lot of watching

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Liverpool
Defeats
Everton
To Enter Final

LONDON, March 25.

Liverpool earned the right to
meet Arsenal in the final of the
Football Association Cup Assem-
bly on April 29 by beating Everton
by 2 goals to 0 at Manchester
today. Liverpool, lying fourth in
the first Division, have a great
chance to accomplish the “double”
of League championship and cup.

Manchester United, heading
League One, were the only leaders
of the four divisions to lose today.
United went down 3—0 at
Huddersfield. They still lead
with 45 points, followed by Black-
pool, held to a draw by lowly
placed Birmingham at home,
with 43 points and Sunderland,
who drew 2—2 at Charlton,
points.

42

Second Division leaders Totten-
ham Hotspurs held their 11 points
lead over their nearest rivals
Sheffield United. Spurs beat West-
ham 4—1 in the local derby at
Tottenham, but Sheffield United
gained a grand 5—1 away victory
over Bury.

Spurs B. now have 55 points t
United 44.

Notts-County increased their
lead in League 3 South 4 points
with a 20 win over Millwall,
while their nearest rivals Torquay
lost 2—0 to Bristol Rovers at
Bristol.

Doncaster Rovers won away by
four goals to one at Oldham to
bring their total points in the
northern section to 46.

Second in the table, Rochdale,
lost at Lincoln by 20, have 43
points.

Results of matches in the U.K.
are:

Scottish League Division B.: Albion
Rovers 3, Ayr United 5. Dunfermline
Athletics 2, Airdrionians i, Forfar
Athletic 0, Hamilton Academicals 2,
Kilmaanock 3, Alloa Athlete 0, Morton 3,
Arbroath 1. Queen's Park 1, Cowden-
breath 2. Stenhouse Muir 1, Dundee
United 5. Johnstone 2, Dumbarton :

First Division: Aston Villa 0, Burniey
1 Blackpool 1, Birmingham City 1
Charlton Athletic 2, Sunderland 2. Full-
ham 2, Arsenal 2. Huddersfield Town 3,
Manchester United 1. Middlesbrough 3
Derby County 1. Neweastle United

bolton Wanderers 1. Portsmouth 4,

Chelsea 0. Wolverhampton Wanderers 2
City 1

Second Division: Blackburn Rovers 0,
Luton Town 0, ‘ack Queen's
Park Rangers 0. Brentford 2, Coventry
City 0. Bury 1, Sheffield United
Cardiff City 3, Barnsley 0 Leicester

City 1, Grimsby Town 0. Chesterfield 2
Preston Northend 0. Hull City 1, South
ampton 2. Plymouth Argle 0, Swansea
Town 1. Sheffield Wednesday 5, Leeds
United 2. Tottenham Hotspurs 4, West
lam United 1.

Srd Division, Northern: Accrington
Stanley 1, Hartlepools United 2. Barro'y
1, Bradford 0, Carlisle United 0, New
Prighton 0, Crewe Alexandra 1, Chester
2. Lincoln City 2, Rochdale 0. Mans
field Town 2, Darlington 1 Oldharr
Athletic 1, Doncaster Rovers 4.
dam United 2, Halifax Town 1, Tranmer
Rovers 2. Southport 0. Wrexh
Gateshead 1 York City 1, Stockport
County 1

Scottish League Division A: Celtic 4,
East Fife 1; Dundee 1, Third Lanark 4;
Hibernian 5, St. Mirren 0; Motherwell 5,
Aberdeen 1; Partick Thistle 3, Falkirk 1;
Queen of the South 1, Rangers 2; Raith
Rovers 2, Hearts 0; Sterling Albion 1,
Clyde 2.

Third Division Southern: Bornemouth 2,
Aldershot 1; Bristol Rovers 2, Torquay
United 0; Crystal Palace 1, Nottingham
Forest 1; Exeter City 0, Bristol City 0;
Ipswich Town 2, Brighton and Hove 2;
Leyton Orient 2, Newport County 1;
Notts County 2, Millwall 0; Port Vale 2,
Walsall 0; Reading 4, Norwich City 1;
Southend United 2, Swindon Town 0;
Watford 0, Northampton Tov 0.

—Reuter,







SUNDAY

Empire



ADVOCATE



Defeat

Rovers 2-I

PICKWICK-ROVERS suffered their second set
the season when they were defeated

back for

by Empire by the odd

goal in three in their first division football fixture at Ken-
sington yesterday afternoon before another big crowd.

Maurice Jones who formerly
kept goal for Maple Football Cluo
in Trinidad, turned i
Empire in that role yesterday
while Smith their “keeper
at centre forward.

The Empire forwards missed
many opportunities during the
afternoon but definitely had the
better of the game. Pickwick-
Rovers, although drawing iirst
blood did not really get going.
They got their lone goal during
the first half hour when Croney
their inside left climaxed a good
forward movement to beat Jone
with a hard shot,

For Empire McCollin scored
both goals during the second half,
the first being the result of a
penalty.

Pickwick Rovers who kicked
towards the goal from the
pavilion end, were the first to at-
tack, but their front line failed t

out i

playea

penetrate their opponents’ de
fence.

Raids
Empire soon took over and
Smith, their centre forward after

receiving, tried a good shot which
Hill saved, but gave a corner in
so doing. Nothing however re-
sulted from the kick which was
taken by McCollin ‘rom the right
side,

Empire now kept up a series of
raids on their opponents’ citadel,
but Hill seemed to be always in
position. At one time, Drayton,
Empire’s inside left, after receiv-
ing from McCollin on the right
wing, kicked out from inside the

area when attempting to place
the ball into the corner of the
goal.

Empire seemed to have things
their own way at this stage of
the game and in another attack,
Smith sent in a hard one and this
time, Hill turned it around the
corner, but nothing resulted from
the kick.

Pickwick-Rovers now got
possession and in a good forward
movement Croney, their inside
left after receiving from Wilkes
beat Jones with a hard shot to
open the scoring.

Encouraged by their success
Pickwick-Rovers again attacked,
trying to increase their lead, but
their efforts were nullified by their
opponents’ defence. Empire on the
other hand fought for the equali-
ser, but the interval was taken
with the score 1—0 in favour of
Pickwick-Rovers.

On resumption, Empire made
another bid for the equaliser and
Drayton tried one from outside
the area, but Hill gathered dnd
saved. It was not long after this
that they were awarded a penalty
as a result of foul play by one
of the Pickwick-Rovers defenders
McCollin took the kick and made
no mistake,

Missed Chance

Empire were now pressing for
all their worth, but failed to put
themselves in the lead when
Robinson kicked across the goal
with only the “keeper” to over-
come. No sooner was the ball
out of the Pickwick-Rovers area
than it was back again. Alleyne
the Empire wing half took a long
shot which Hill gathered and
cleared,

Pickwick-Rovers now mede an

It must be remembered that this offer had been made through

ense of
(hat will be their contribution to
prising the team.

The West Indies, cursed and bewitched as they
false sense of pride and an utter

patriotism and the businessmen stand to make no p

b
the welfare of the members con

are with this

disregard for the realities of life

might feel bound to turn this offer down since it might be ccfisidered

an insult to England,

They would rather tighten their belts, get beaten and return feeling
that they had done their best to help the Mother Country regain a
considerable measure of her pre-war world cricket domination at their

loyal and loving expense,

I might point out here and now that’the Australians had a special

ship to convey food supplies for

this purpose and the member f

the visiting athletic teams to the 1948 Olympics in England took

plementary rations as well.

This is no suggestion that England will not treat the West ly
as royally as their resources will permit and I am sure that there |

not the slightest chance of anyone

ished because of the tour.

of the team becoming undernour

On the other hand, the provision by the

West Indies of any essential food commodities would offset any
drain on a source of supply already taxed to its utmost by absolutely

essential requirements.

There are V

girls too.
These are the springy:

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attack and Wilkes after receiving
issed to Robinson at outside left
and h ent in a hard grounder
but Jones was well in position and
saved.

Shortly after this, Proverbs
kicked away what looked a cer-
tainty when Drayton was aout to
take a shot from close up. Pick-
wick-Rovers made another at-
tempt to draw level, when
Robinson their outside left sent in
a good effort, but again Jones
Empire scored their second goal
when Harper centred from the left

ig and Hill came out to clear,
he ball struck Atkinson, the
back and Mc Collin pounced
n nd scored into an open goal.
Not satisfied with this, the Em-

nt line again attacked and
n sent in a good one from













e, but Hill was well

1 aved, The game

hor afterwards with

vinne by the odd goal

feree was Mr. H. L.

is while the linesmen were

Mr. Paul Wilkins and Mr. Eric

The teams Were as follows :—

Pickwick-Rovers: Hill, Atkinson,
Proverbs, Mayers, Hunte, Foster,
Wells, Robert Wilkes, Croney,
Robinson.

Empire :
Wilson, Alle
lin, Drayton,

Harper.

Football
Fixtures

SEVENTEEN football matches
will be played during the week
at Kensington Oval, Queen’s Park,
Combermere, Beckles Road, Carl-
ton, Boarded Hall, Bank Hall and
Shell,

The

Jones, Bynoe, Grant,
ne, Robinson, McCol-
Smith, Taylor,





fixtures are:—

Monday, March 27
Carlton vs. Harrison College,
Division 1, at Kensington. Referee
Mr. I. Byer; linesmen Mr. Paul

Wilkin and Mr. B. Sayers.

Tuesday, March 28
Notre Dame vs. Harrison Col-
lege, Division 2, at Queen’s Park.
Referee Mr. L. Harris.
C.S.0.B.A, vs. Y.M.C.A., Division

3, at Combermere. Referee: Mr.
E. Amory.

Y.M.P.C. vs.,Notre Dame,
Division 3, at Beckles Road.

Referer Mr. A. Ismael.

Carlton vs, Everton, Division 3
at Carlton. Referee: Mr. L. E.
King.

Wednesday, March 29

Empire vs. Spartan, Division 2,
at Queen’s Park. Referee; Mr. I.
Byer,

Cable & Wireless vs, Pickwick-
Rovers, Division 3, at Boarded
Hall. Referee: Mr. C. Straker.

Empire vs. Lodge, Division 3,
at Bank Hall. Referee: Mr. L,
Thomas.

Shell vs. Police, Division 3, at
Shell. Referee: Mr. W. Richardson.

Thursday. March 30
Carlton vs. Everton, Division 1,
at Kensington. Referee: Mr. P.
Wilkin. Linesmen: Mr. F. Edwards
O. S. Coppin.

Mr

Friday, March 31
YÂ¥.M.P.C

t Queen’s
Smith,
Con
Div

Referee

vs. Everton, Division 2
Park. Referee: Mr,

,

G.

C,S.0.B.A.,
ision 3, at Combermere,
: Mr, F. Edwards,
Y.M.P.C. vs Y.M.C.A. Division
3, at Bec Road, Referee: Mr,
P, Wilkin
Carlton v
$s, at C
Thomas.
Cable and Wireless vs Fortress,
Division 3, at Boarded Hall.
Referee: Mr. I Byer
Empire vs_ .Pickwick—Rovers,
Division 3, at Bank Hall. Referee:
Mr. O. S. Coppin.

permere VS
2

Notre Dame, Division
riton. Referee: Mr. L.

Saturday, April 1
Everton vs Empire, Division 1,
Kensington. Referee: Mr, DD,
Sayers

Linesman: Mr. C. Straker.

Mischief Wins
In “B” Class
At 5th Regatta

36 Yachts Took Part

THIRTY-SIX yachts sailed in
the Fifth Regatta of the Royal
Barbados Yacht Club which took
place at the Aquatic Ciub yes-
terday evening. “Magwin” met
with an unfortunate accident at
the starting flag while “Clytie”
did not enter.

“Calypso” “Skippy” and
“Dauntless” did not finish in the
Intermediate. Of the D Class
boats only “Peter Pan” did not
complete the race.

The boats sailed in a fairly

strong wind and choppy seas.
Nine boats started in the “B”
Class. Johnrie Toppin’s ‘“Mis-

chief”, skippered by his son Stan-
ton, carried off this race from
“War Cloud”. owned and _ skip-
pered by Jack Badley whole
Owen Burke’s “Resolute”, skip-
pered by Hammond Burke was
third.

The two Seagull boats did well

in the “C” and Ceptre-board
Class. “Gannet,” owned and
skippered by Peter Ince came

first. Second position went to
"Wizard II”, owned and skipper-

ed by Jim Jones and third was

the “Folly” owned by Lester Top-
pin and skippered by his sons
Bert and Pat.

In the Intermediate Class 11
boats started. This race was
won by “Mohawk”, owned by Dr.
David Payne and skippered by

“Bob” Cumberbatch. Coming Much of Sunrise’s pedigree on her dam's sj
second was Arthur Evelyn’s to us in the West Indies. Her dam, Dickie, de is not w
“Dawn”, which he himself skip- » Was im

pered. Third was Johnnie Hoad’s
“Coronetta,” skippered by his
son Jackie.

“Yan Thorndyke,” owned and
skippered by R. Murphy, carried
off honours in the “D” Class for

the second time. Second position in his estate yard. All he had to do was to turn

went to “Rainbow,” owned and loose. I never asked how they managed to catch Match

skippered by Dermot Bynoe That must have been a major operation. In spite ro after

while “Rainbird,’” owned and terous habits I do not believe Match Maker over at ts

skippered by “Corkie” Roberts race. He could not have because his career terminated in :

came third. Dick Turpin I not only knew well, I was one of his B ag
The Sixth Regatta of the admirers. Dick too had his bad moments, rs

R.B.Y.C. will take place at the
Aquatic Club on Saturday, April
1

The results were as follows:

‘B’ Class: 1. Mischief. 2. War
Cloud. 3. Resolute.

‘C’ Class: 1. Gannet.
ard II. 3. Folly.

Intermediate Class: 1. Mohawk
2. Dawn, 3. Coronetta.

‘D’ Class: 1. Van Tho{ndyke.
2. Rainbow. 3. Rainbird.

Savannah
Club Tennis

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS
Men’s Doubles



Dr. C. G. Manning and E. P.
Taylor beat E. A. Benjamin and

R. S. Nicholls 6—1, 6—2.
C. R. Packer and C. B. Sisnet

beat A, F. Jemmott and D. I.

Lawless 6—1, 4—6, 6—0.

Mixed Doubles
Mrs. M. Legge and P. K. Roact

lost to Mrs. C. S. Lee and A. M.

Wilson 4—6, 2—6.
Mixed Doubles Handicap

Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Barnes —}

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THE recent exploits of the gelding N BROOD:
Chandler and bred and trained by Hon ia
me thinking about the dam of this horse. >'.©
certain that she must be the most successfy) bn
history of racing in the South Caribbean it
West Indies. That is from a point of view a
progeny. It is quite true that she has poet iB.
pions but she has come very close to doing a ey
always been, with two exceptions in the fy whl
creoles of their day. Even one of those —
might have gone on to prove himself a good
tunately died a few weeks before
bados Derby.

The ‘name of this remarkable mare j ;
old and still going strong. By Sunfire “out of ‘Dieki
bred by Mr. Stewart Massiah at Spring Head ee
two-year-old was sold to Mr. Victor Pde

Che
Hon. V. C. Gale and won a number of ‘Tacs She Was
both here and in Trinidad, as well as runnis at


























































dad Derby of 1935 to Bachelor’s Fort. The latent in the
eee creoles of the thirties and ws vid pi
class, after running all D class oppositi i tint

at Union Park. ee

Shortly after her three-year-old raci

to Hon. J. D. Chandler for £55. From: birth Sunrise
had therefore passed through the hands of four of th

turf’s most prominent personalities. Was this the bn West Ind
ing events casting itself? At least Mr. Chandler did dow of
He has told me that he bought her mainly as a ri Not think
his daughter, with breeding in mind only as a side ne horse
foals have won over £12,000, : Ne. To-day

BOYS WILL BE BOYS

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America and was for many years one of .
mares. She produced Match Maker and Dre aesiahis
illustrious sons. The first by Quick Match and th
son Footpad. I remember Match Maker more for _
exercise than for his value as a race horse. I thi his

racing when I was five or six. , hink he

2 I also rem
viciousness. For instance Mr. Massiah did not ee

Wi

T
when he cleared the track one morning of ore a ONE vat

tore Cavalier’s saddle cloth off his back for getting i cami
and finally ended up by going head over heels as the: a
paddock gates in his face. But once the race was i =
was never on anything else. In fact his zest for nae
of the things which made me like him most. He woul a
eyes wide if some other horse tried to take him on in tee
stages of a race, as if he knew only too well what was at be
- Edgar Crossley relates that at a Trinidad race meeting val
was so weak from stomach trouble, he hardly remembers wht
happened from the time when the gates flew till Dj
passed the post first. All he did was to sit, Dick did
with top weight. He was a really good creole. He ra
three times in the imported classes. On the first two
he was hampered by the worst display of jockeyship I haye
seen. The third time he broke down in the course of the race,

eta a SUnaIEms PEDIGREE ‘
ickie also produced among other progen ]
and Dixie, both fillies, to the cover of Footpat’ ea 4
was a dud on the track but has since produced Pritheraj
won the Demerara Derby in 1948. Dixie won a few races and
ed up in D class. There may have been some others but I do
remember them off hand.
Dickie was by the Kentucky Derby winner Garry Herman
t of Ambrosia, a mare by Hanover out of Kingeup. I presume th
her owner must know the family history on this side but 1
not, nor have [ recourse to any books containing it at the moment,
She died at the ripe old ago (for a horse) of twenty-three o
twenty-four.
1 Sunrise’s sire, Sunfire, was a good looking bay son of Su-
star from the mare Fuse Cap. He was imported from
to Trinidad but did not have much of a turf career out
Perhaps it was a pity we did not use him more as a. sive in this
island, His dam Fuse Cap was by Lemberg out of Evadne, an
was the dam of one winner in England, Quickfire, also by Su-

PESBeABSESS BSELSESEPISESSTHASCE 2S S&S BET OBe« AB wEeeeEwNC caso ak Ewes Seerwe aces

ane oes

‘ 2g ie, Se, ll and star. Evadne was the dam of two winners of 5 races of smill
* we M acitinetsy—~ $30 60, amounts, the total being only £994. Evadne was by Sidus. |
6—~3. HER RECORD AT STUD — GUN SITE THE BEST

MONDAY’S, FIXTURES
Ladies’ Doubles

Mrs. A, A, Gibbons and Miss 7 : : ;
Ena Bowen vs. Mrs. R. S. Ban- We witnessed a miraculous transformation and I was an admin
croft and Miss D. Wood. of him from then on. When he went to Trinidad at Ch
Mrs. M. Legge and Miss P. Wil- 1943, and they saw him at exercise they laughed at_ him,
son vs. Mrs. J. Connell and Mrs. after he won a C class mile in a shower of rain and a sea
F. D. Barnes. mud they stopped laughing. Ever since then Sunrise’s of
have ceased to amuse their rivals. At Christmas 1948 when ii

Men’s Doubles

G. H. Manning and P.

Patterson vs. Dr. A. C, Edward
and S, P. Edghill.



Admitted To

were present,-—Reuter.

1938 Bay colt by O.T.C.—Sundial

. 1939 Not bred in 1938 =

Fenein 1940 Not bred in 1939 (raced in November 1939) z

1941 Rrown filly by 0O.T.C.—Radiance’ (B'dos 18h

4 . ‘ Derby winner) on ee ”
Kederation 1942 Bay colt by O.T.C.—Sun Charriot (still
racing) oe ie ” t
1943 Chestnut colt by Battle Front—Blazeaway ie ii ” a yy
2 AF . arch 2 1944 Brown colt by O.T.C.—Gun Site (still racing ” ” ”

es ‘ PARIS, March 4. 1945 Bay filly by Battle Front—Firemist (still 5 ]
Guatemala, Venezuela, Iran, racing) » Or eee “ak
Palestine and South Africa were 1946 Bay colt by Battle Front--Ormonde’s Battery ; iat
admitted to membership of the ,,,, {still racing) . " vee 1

International Fenci Federatio 1947 Barren (for the first time) to Restigouche i.
dationa encing €ration 1948 Chestnut filly by Restigouche—Rivermist (
when the thirtieth Annual Con- 1949 Barren to Dunusk —F,

wress ha Ka ‘ 2 1950 Bay filly by Stirling Castle ss v gage
om a Federation opened Up to date she is therefore the dam of 7 winners of 61 races valued aod

ay. ,
Delegates from 22 countries P.S. In my opinion, the best of these seven, is Gun Site * {
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Sunrise’s first foal was Sundial, born in 1938. Sundial ww
by O.T.C. and as a two and three-year-old suffered from ly
trouble. My estimate of him just before he raced in the Deny
of 1941 was that he could neither run fast nor far, A year lle

commentary after Gun Site's victon
with 140 lbs. in a C class mile, called for hats off to Mr. Changs
s ler as a breeder of good creoles, he might well have asked iit #F
an extra doff for Sunrise. :
Sunrise has also proved that she can produce good stock f
stallions other than O.T.C. by throwing Blazeaway, Firemist atl
Ormonde’s Battery to the cover of Battle Front. Up to date bit
record reads as follows: wos ae sual

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; other a 0) oie * #
Be tom 20° 100-7 Wot No Sun. and hard work, seated at the
apse, ne h country man oars through the frost and rain
: her _ c vas third 10 of winter and spring, te weid
' j Acthon NV rh aly aektn themselves into machine—like per-
q Ney away. The i EY the K ng fection—all for the honour of a
. ween watched =D) ~ ae blue, the hallmark of achieve-
who owns the hors¢ ga oe . ea aaah
‘ nm, : ment in sport at the universities.
“y with, her daughver Prin-
: a jzabeth, was EB oy. Sane ; Though an estimated million
ui with two fences to go, it was THE FIRST GOAL SCORED by Empire yes!eriay w iS a penalty after Pickwick-Rovers were one people Une the tew-paths and
retween Freebooter and up. McCollin took the kick ; ’ : vantage points, there is no charge | LAST week a young footballer
iB tussle rrig, and they came to this : e kick and placcd the bali well out of the reaches of Pickwick-Rovers cus for this annual event which costs ends this gread statement
} fece neck and neck. Here Gen todian (Hill. each University Boat Club about " SaY gaan dad aie isa
: and Freebooter, much £ 1,800. x ; :
: aig et may of bookmakers, ‘ rye Allowing an average stroking pt excited damsel
¢ au ton ahead of his field to win 2 olece UNS rate of 30 to the minute over an} ig asehe |
: went There was no competition * e e S average time of 20 minutes for the She calet eit Oh: Geer me
easily. i laces, which ° x course, this works out at the rate 3
second and third | , : ee The youngster in smart colour {
7) ior to Wot No Sun and Acthon a ONInNg up of about three pounds per stroke aan eee :
‘ ie porn of whom fell last A new boat costs £250. His right foot missed th«
y i ell. Rowland eC He only got a swing
when going W ee ee 4 ataiie _
. ean on strongly to take fourth rom 4O¢ ge The race itself rarely produces re sais: snide: 4cc nidiabonn
BME glace from Monaveen, who had thrilling finish though in 187) ADA with his usoal tv
Sia prominently for most of the THE: Barbados Rifle Associa- | Major Warren a tircless wor! Harrison College ci i off the pean a id ee one mat a een a austen ,
hose’ 1; s a . on cane ee . . : 2 year Cambri got up on the pos - ™P ae % - Bere
eF vay. ean aaa ee roe last week tthe team er in the interests of rifie shoot- Boxing Cup tr odse School a e alee ie. ny the a nan ‘oa " SS WES
we rse was y \ ‘enraca Saati $ writ dices - : ; atte . s v3 fain the ball came floatin
be Royal forse > hikal been aa th will represent Barbados ing has proved himself a reliabic With three wi against Lodge 1. there is always a terrible JOs- ust like a big airplane |
when 14 of 30 porave . a z id t 1€ Wes Indies at Bisley and steady shot and has had lots School tw one t DeINZ te at some points along the He now must miss a “header |
pleted, but et in or * ome y vi It is a seven-man of experience on strange ranges “'awn, when ‘the two schools course This effort was in vain }
é Key ny 2am, wit diy: AOR OT 7 all ; + r tage th r first } hoo) ) ‘ "
n e here, and joc ya +e “9 i 1 Lt. Col. J. Connell as hay ing shot in Trinidad and Bri bea their first intersehool box He rushed back to position Y< p
2 tham did well to eep his the Captain. ish Guiana on several occ 1g bouts at ( ermere Schoo There are two 00 degrees bends Before him on the ground OU wouldn't miss
is #, Others to finish were French | Names of the other marksmen Major Warren also began | esterday eee s M ‘die a aie The big foatball stood lone
| sea. Garde Toi Cromwell, Happy follow:—Major J. E Griffith, shooting Aree! st ‘a: It wa : : half of i favour a . ide wae aes With not a man aroainc your morning shower, ale 4
hedae Testis ‘ : ; ‘ : ~ Shooting career. : choo : a ROS | & 8 and one o degrees ave n a
iy River, Barney VI, Knockirr, Ship’s Major A. S. Warren, ¢ apt.C. R. E. member of the Combermere ( hrill packed hting hich kept o¢ Surrey 4 the race usually He said thi a gveat chance yut how about ianmer 4
, 3 5 ae Warner. Lt C EF’ No a ' of Surrey, and the ré sually i s wi
a Inchmore and Saintfield. é , Lit E. Neblatt, Lit. dets. He begs ee ie Tae paul Baan ee ; Pi cites ab haeee ten vein n '
4 -. rs were aghast at re- J. M. Cave, Mr. T. A, L. Roberts RP Pe: SEOs ree ot t . develops into a struggle for the te rushed in lke a tiger cleanliness? You'll ; ae
. kmakers were ed il 2 with Capt’ S. Wee Te oberts B.R.A. in 1985 and has repre OyS, ON thelr fer inside of these bends, particularly But missed the ball agair : My
i galt, which hit them heavi y. : ti oe —* eatherhead as sented the island before and since 4 ’ for the long Surrey one. The : D eel refreshed inside
4 numbers of backers ob- aiting man. he's he Lodge School j B ) i : Sr hee iy , selene The crowd start off a booing 2
: Large at ldamt 1,000:to.one The team expects to leave Bs 1@ Wal e@ made top score as ; ee Abin . Py Surrey boat has to hang on grim This youngster then felt sham 13 «well as out by taking . lass of
: odds of at least 1, 0 on Gina on ris ae Th € 0, member of the team that won the ee af" om l 1 the knowledge that it has the And promised his dear sweet heart
; inst dramatic ry ae leave: eacibnd ae ns will Duke of Gloucester Cup for the esting et Te gest corner of the race in its He'll still retain his fare ‘parkling Andrews Liver Salt in the morning
jre Handicap, and Freeboot- eo ey eye eye return trip first time cheaduled four rou ' "=~ favour, if it can only keep level r it :
1 August ? ey trave . 19 Nhe \ : a “he whistle blew for ha ume vefore breakfast. Ge rf “Ww ds you
Her the National. Sonal on § Priaeel +7 travel both “Rifle shooting has always been \\y).,' 138 ibs) had as opponen lil it is reached, For this reason The game called for more speed - roan yently, Andrews ids your
One big layer ae a ae Tit Col. J: Connell who was ™Y,Teal hobby”, Major Warre: Alleyn cee Ibs : nae ind the Surrey Station is usually ut 30 Ore eee Oe ystem of those trouble-making impurities
. nakers had ever 4 Ol. « onne » Was (Avian s Fiat ‘4 brusque of manner, Boy Perkin ose » 3s > >Se , lack j
% whether wook liabilities The Unanimous choice for Captain is told the “Advocate” and it has al ored 1} nan f 1 on by Gig tame wines cee vhich cause so many every-day uments
mento Zace such abilities, © the only member of the teem wh. Ways been my ambition to shoot ee eee ee ae lays, though Middlesex was fa-} He ran like @ survivor . ’ .
t winning owners bought Free- ae a r r of = ae — at Bisley. He kept up a battery of fu oured in the past In a Lona distance race OT bh peialls | iain gE tecenre. anldivn,
= an ver 2 as *V1LOUSLY not a isiey, e sie bloodec < ne oht 1 foor fellow in wet jersey
: pooter, who has never been is recognised as one of iro finest Japt. Warner probabl h re ef oi Br . ‘ le Was always out of place n . liver and bowel sutghtiaie
i beaten over the Aintree course for vifle Of ci ry i 7 member with the lon bs pari \lleyne’s head ho made a Hammersmith Bridge, one - ¢ ones up your liver and bowels, ind ng
ae oo her > > snc in the West Indies. He r - ? ong perio ourageous attemp c etali furlongs from the start, is the ushed th. j ast time ; ,
" 4000 guineas in Ireland, mere mu has recorded many phenomenal °f Membership in the Rifle Asso- pees . al nope ao r ss ahs th . re i fe ally "Alas ys fell oe oy iiousness and sick headaches. Be regular
was bred. The well backed i many | yee ciation. thee. eaving a : ibout the middle of. the }oint where the race is usui ae) SEL OREO
“J Roimond the starting joint favour- ‘Cores espe ially during 1934—37 aera Ss Naving a wide range rst round, the end came sud von and lost, for it is difficult t ee ed ettet ae bees vith Andrev for your hea ke.
i . 2 urs . of and again sin 1948. He has ©! ©Xperience, is a recognized tear en] Alleyne « “1 unde keep all round the outside of the
ite with Freebooter was one of shot: w) rath ios | \lleyne crumpled under a I
it the first to go coming down at made many local and inter- ®*"0t Who can always be deper right follows t; Surrey bend, particularly in roug)} The poor disgusted damsel
be idable Beechers Brook on first Colonial record scores and has &¢ we to produce the “good limaxed the me« eatl Cambridge have been : Said: boy a oe mening d
ao Last year’s winner Rus- WO numerous trophies during his side ' ected, “Bun—-Bun” hol favourites with the tidewave “Saal Gaemek’ Gane. Geel
ST ero toppled over at the the past sixteen year Lt. Neblett o although hi f (157 Vt ; ¢xperts, but a comparison of th
sian rh When Lt. Col. Connell shot at ‘ng fewer Ci experience the game Sirect! full course trial times has cause Rays take, this ona wens }
it second fence, ra Paunn vannyy Bisley on a previous occasion it than ar the ember of the bvious fro me revision of opinion 1up heb you aek fal matte | S
ms § The race ve run before arecord Was in a private capacity and not team hi een xcellent form hic} La ct he In every kind of gasme t \
Mecowd of 300,000, who packed 2. the member of team. he told during the past three vea) ans rae Bun-Bun”® he ved him the final trials, Cambric ie \ ohh
$4 thronge »¢ “Sse A ‘ u 2UN—DUN I rch momning as you wake } rn
the stands and thronged the course the “Advocate esterday. He he can be reckone e am elf a aod nd put Were only ten seconds faster tha: onss Meee Weak cae Ge Gan | \ rc hs®
shoulder to shoulder. There was began shooting at Harrison Col- the top few in both indivi Liga. Gtavctice ae a oe ae 9s Oxford, but allowing for the bette: ould be half dozne slice | e \ m
Pirilliant sunshine before and dur- jege as a member of the Cadets, team compe titions ith light ft 4d ; . ot conditions this leaves the issuc Of J & R Enriched Brea \
ba stat 4 oa oY) t 1a light le » the tomach, . ss “i
: ing the event, and visibility hie On leaving chool, he joined the Lt. Neblett ther mem be he vould follc iy Vitl 1 hea woe Ole Cambridge are = vary Fat this throughout the seaso COOLS REFR ESHE S . iN VIGORA TES
M Ge ee ee it Ps Inns of Court Training Corps and of the team who made hi right which invari ably ‘found. it ot oe’ be jo adage alt at % sloned Bre | r
80. n oot. é ras ¢ se transferred to , re shooting ; wa , , ye ~ :. o twelve stone eigh The value of Enriched Bread eammpenmr mana seven aa
opined that of those finishing the nes ‘ ge ch eee t a s dy Ale pga 7 F mark on Streetly’s nose pol a) Cinieen oa (be LE In building energy | ere re re eens
: ; the Roy: orce he Combermere Cade | ha pour O% _— é a ua eeL
. te course Happy River, Knockirr, Lt. Col. Connell took up rifle »enresented t} ik taal bs i: twelve stone five pounds, have Winsis sau séeed your nach awaet hs nnn
. represented the Island hoot Ww oO P c en yo 3
g pute, Toi, Cromwell, Barney and shooting again in 1933, and repre- {o. the Martinez Shield. the Swat 7 ee See impressed with the skilful hand- ee ee on ee
: i isse . “e B.\ ‘the . : > vears , ? ae ey ling of ir craft gh That J & R Enriched Bread |
faint Field missed one fence only. sented ‘the iskand in the years tenham Cup and the Anchor C Full of pluck, “Shaggy” Streetl ith _ a ei re: See Will help you score the gow! | so
Ship's Bell and Inchmore com- 193 to 1937 in intercolonial .4q won the N.RA . pluck, ABBY . uly weat a Oxtord have proved
Peed the course in addition to shooting As a highlight of his }... : / hot out many right t Wilson themselves faster starters, and if }
, & . > ‘ for being see a in the hoot to ve Tile x lj ] ae 4 . < . |
We first three Rowland Roy and shooting career, Lt. Col, Connell rot ee is ; bee or head, but Wilson, who displayed they can establish a commanding sponsored by inalias :
Monaveen. Reuter mentioned the occasion when in — a 7, ood judgment, made him mi lead at Hammersmith Bridge, thes A a :
phy ; a. ore. regularly ma fe ceasions lave a good chance of holding off J & R BAKERIES “ep
British Guiana in 1935 he made i ia i egular ( g
"| top score of all the teams for the is Saieey: Shel eae ton ou = when treelly seemed completely the heavier Cambridge crew. This | a
re, Anchor Cup with 148 points out of OMY a8 a sc hool boy in 1928 and exhausted and giddy, “Bun Bun” year’s race will be the 96th sinc makers of | a ¢
2 ee ning [8G three years shooting experi- qiq not take advantage of the the series started in 1829. Cam- | MADE IN ENGLAND ‘
his ex rT ry’ 0 a possible 150, thereby wh J >in Tr : He 1 sented ome § (
nd the Wogart Cup which was pre- Chee In *rinidad, fe represented opportunities and his win was bridge have won 21 of the last ENRICHED BREAD il
te R : F i ganted for the first time for the ne cok ae eS ocdasions TrOM only on points 25, but their overall advantage i |
al esigns rome are so 1 vid 1al scorer in the 1928 to 19385 when he had to give First in the ring were Manelski tot so great. Cambridge have wo: f |
: B ; Ae not Cup Shoot. He also holds UP serious shooting until 1946 from Lodge and Thelman from 51 and Oxford 43, with one and the blenders o ,
¢ i t ‘ Anchot up 100 a0 NN” through service in the Leeward Calleca ll ' ead-heat Reuter - Fi $
ric. e Oa) 1e N.R.A. Silver Medal and the ‘ ; ynitt lc ha OSE » FAGET \ inner, . ween . :
a i 7 ige The last named Islands and: Briti * ee oan had the advantage in height ro J & R RUM x Fe |
r (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) pon ba titles ‘ a . ‘onaee 501 t who only returned to form in 1948. reach Both out fought tl a re ie a
le GEORGETOWN badge en me titi ne at Bisley, His experience however, has ood spirit, but Manelski found it diff W: | eat B at F : SSeS Se 0
bY ie Alex Drayton has resigned as eo vifith ? oat him in good stead and he . has t to land effestive hsv ales ea rance f,
tet the B.G. Cricket Board of ajor Gri ea Yo produced very good scores in tean
‘ ; , ‘ we trophies for shooting tna hoots ’ ‘ '
re l. His resignation was more th + : College also to oe At R FDY :
3 ak a , 5 membe vith e ex- Mr. Roberts started his tean . ' Qheiny 1 ch u Vv
im ecepted at a meeting of the Boara any othe . ' ’ . he second figh ki 1 — e
i 1 f the Captal nad 4l- ehooting an early age and i 7 9 { * é
Bled on Monday night presided ception ol } : hooting at 1 i sealy (112 It eat Alexander . ~
. ‘ ; » oldest embe1 I recog C one the most reli nA : LONDON, March 25
Geer by Mr. W. Stanley Jones, though the old ; " renogniacs ‘ h py ratee 06 Ibs realy : f folle , Sm ;
Merteident of the Board and of the side, shot in more intercolomlal sbie team shots in the Associati up lear nstrumental , Wales beat France 21-0 in th Don't let morning and night coug) j
. : one r t as shot in Trinida nd Brit int atio g mate} oO . 5 one 2 thme
HMUCC Mr. Drayton's place as Hon- shoots than anyon \ the Has shot in Trinidad and British in%ni.) winning ‘the fight. Once !teRnational Rugby match today. | mgr attacks of Bronchitis et Asthina
on | Treasurer of the Board was side. , ; ; wee on many occasions anc he lashed Alexander to his cornet ee ue without trying MENDACO, This great
M Billed by the elect; \ Talte He and Capt. Jordan are WiC was high up in the averag nd shared mar harp punch nter-Services Tournament: The] internal medicine works thru the
fe BHarriso i Clection OF Ir. Wal _ \ oldest members of the Bar- during the last few years Or ; = vy eaten Army 11, Royal Air Force 3 blood, thus reaching the bronchial
uitison. Colony’s representatives two est | Len : hae divedtienad Sy) : yn another occasion \iexander aN mf A orce tubes and lungs. Starus helping nature
Mthe West Indies Board will be bados Rifle Association, no ' , ' Se Weatherhe Nein pas ie vas knocked half out of the Club Matches London: Irish 8 immediately . eompve er Stloky
Ob Cte she i e 4 “essarily in age, but in the nuM- heen selected as wa g in * ropes ondon Hospital 0 Saint Bar-]| ™¥cus, thus alleviating co Mig ane
ot Ap F Be the next meeting of tha evade that they have been g good record and experience of ore I ' + : promoting {reer breathing and more
tt . Board. ber of years A ye S cebines,. in good forn rh : lospital 0; Moseley] refreshing sleep. Get MENDACO
I s the iG vol Meet § ting. Major Griffith bega ! team shooting » is in good form he most € nt of the 1g: mans 21: Aberdee Uni from your chemist today. Quick satis
j itwas the Annual General Meet “ip . 1 member o t present. He too began to shoot meet Chattert f > vale oe : a (actton or money back euaraniood
2 5 ex tt \ t 0 1s
ut Hey te Board and was fully aneonee ene , Since he a member of the Combermere College y \ Hi eT Bristol 19; St. Mary’: :
Hended. Appreciation of Mr. the Volunteer Force. + sent the C; det He joined the B.R.A a I Saas eaicis Hospine) © 4
oe 5 > “eS ‘ 1 was first sel d to represen . Ades. ag rt fe AES Cl wi Lianel qo ‘ § 3 yj
: myton’s ervice a Honorary wv t hs eas Sarl Nae call le a. member a dite | theres ea : lanelly | uys Hospital 8 POSS O0S9VG999O9FOGGOOS, ae ous
easurer over a number of years colony in vt, 1. a Teo that went t a [. * —Reuter, 4 ’ # j
a aS recorded issed being included in any col \nchor Cup one lat gediy, but Hute on gay x A a, - I> j
er : 7 Sia : Trinidad in 1938 e wa mem- away no. grout ; x8 al Q cx G
aid The meeting was notified that ORY; Toa. 1as always been her of the local team that entered j¢¢ out an unflageir Saat of Bust Received % d y
: hext series of Intercolonial Major Griffith ihe tt b te his f the Oversea Postal Mate! t t th i i “( I tte = I H / x y
. ‘ ] . nh 5 1€ ( 1e@1 le LO " y
"fg Matches would commence iti a keen scout, and attribute f 940 en the Island OT. SRE Or opes Not Very A LOVELY $ “
W191, Trinidad being scheduled steadiness of nerve and good eye- Shoot In 1940 wher : made a great use of the strai¢! e »
isi gy gy, Te Ee sing a teetotaller and came second, and he was a mem=~ j.44 , th often caught Hutchin . . paewaArm x
visit Jamaica in February— sight to his being a teetotatier a her of the team that entered for : S WHEE Onan. ce utenti Bri At ASSORTMEN' § me
ol ch isi smoker, As the member of er < } a : on on his jaw. Hutel on, quick % i
Britah and .Barbados .to . visit non-smoker. / “he has paid four ¢imilur shoot in 1947, the first ie feat i fisted sf
yee Reptemnhete= wane British Guiana and four year that the ream of Gloucester & ter LONDON, March 25 OF % The Golden P ium Pountain ‘
. lad however, been visits to b a . ron by Barbado ’ ‘ Broad ) q ; »
iy ‘Mésested by one of the Trinidad to Trinidad. or . manager ae has eee ee AQT % elegant—efficient—as good as gold. N
Se toresentatives on the WA —<—$—$$—__—— The fourth fight was to Lodg ger who has provisionally MUNG & cap; half-shielded nib. And the Pld 1 Ba at
h that the Barbi G. 1. Secretary: Mr. K. L. Wis- their first win. Moz ighter “'ranged for two Australian box- % Pencil with ingenious, prevision-titted writing Vwice
ie Barbados-B.G. fering talent. The Hony. se c ; a ers to mee’ Germa Ceara Refills —fitt oo he. Sasi
: . to discovering ‘Cc ‘on ee: than ¢ stylist Googk Eye nans in Germany the normal ink-capacity. Kell ttt ) 3
fi ment might be brought v!eW C ittee for the cur- hart (re-elected) ; Cup Committee aa" i t, iy not fo ome time se the | Pen and Ink-Pencil are available tr yur i Black
septe 2 . ay =Selectior ommltlee : Naw Messrs »9 Bayne (1 ) carrie ild i > si 2 -Pencil are available in attractive colours, and Blass
"i ‘orward to September—October ney ae will be elected at the Hon. John Carter, Messrs. H ; ' iaatalonu fight & Fe ' irk realisation of his hope of a quick oo eaiotsins
year, This proposal will be pas ’ he f the Board whick Bayley, W. Harrison, A. B. Rollox (on tea)” Raat ; ng Tesumption of German - British C. L. PITT, G.P.. Box 246, Bridgetown, Barbados,
y nex , B ¢ . -” ‘ aw te >. ayn 8 0 mi ik ‘ -
‘ousidered by the local Board next m¢ 1d very shortly. and K. L. Wishart. wees on the Professional boxing contests
the next meeting it is hoped to ho 3 punches twice sent Clarke on th British boxer unlike th f can ( CARLTON BROWNE
p ‘ » A p < : ¢ 5, $3 Lose from
i Annual Meeting agreed that Officers Before the meeting ro € Mr. A. J Mr. r } oe - MCP the Empire, would require per- su inert sa aceaaiaeeiiea ncaa imeem ieee
eral Selection Committee should Yi ; s for Melntyre, coach to the Board, had Mr. J, Pr, Brancke ¥ mission from vhe British
: —_—" of Office-Beare! i : ine ; , “ the British Board of
®ppointed annually, irrespectiv Let a ; follow Presi- an informal talk with members presented the Cup The juds Control to take part in contests 2 e
whethe ak al 950 resulted a er ‘ ; — » gay his views Mr. Sm Mr. rancker, . . _— i
oe os a ae reolonial i a ae Ss. Jones (re-elected), ¢ aioe wecee Be seve iY ; : c a Je i s af tard in Ge mmeny, and critics here in- ‘ Druggist ’
sare being played, and dent: Mr. . . Greet m the, Colony’s crick i pro yint, am , dicate iat permissior ; ¢ “4 4
Selectors wo » expected Vice Presidents: Mr. WwW. M Set ects ‘and possibilities { the kept the time while Major Foster ye fore. f , t - might nots 136 Roebuck St. Dial 26)3
uld be expected : Tustice B. R. L. Ward, pects I tt rencoming in the near future. 1&
€ active interest in both first and Mr, Jus : 1H ounger players. wa re refere¢ 2
: . po arrison young pias —Reuter | .c- 4, | a - . .
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© AT the end of June 1942
Rommel was knocking ut
the gates of Alexandria

However, the Eight Army was
very far from being entirely on
the defensive.

The general impression in Brit-
ain, even today, seems to be that,
having fallen back, it remained
cowering at El Alamein. On the
contrary, it continually attacked
the enemy.

Rv then Montgomery had two

xtra divisions and a mass of new
tanks and guns.

Since he made a complete job
of it when he started, there is no
doubt that the postponement was qa

ome!

formidable

toom

Varnished Nails.

Enormous Diamond.

Emerald Tie Pin

By DESYVIOND YOUNG

the 700 miles from El Alamein to
Benghazi

perha

criticism of either commander,

multiple rnortar. immensely so in tanks, guns, and

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uch of
RING

In all his splendour.

Italians would make a separate

peace.

HE RAVES

Rommel asked whether it was

in 15 days,
not much

there is

ps, room for

TOO LATE

justified. these were also ir ASS roduc- @ iti ; oe
Wow ts there any doubt that his co ae aisinn es poicvite i ge i Ne ke te @ On November 8 came the better to lose Tripoli or the
reme self-confidence and his Incidentally, there was ; + ae . oe WE” osm siceg Ws Allied landings in North Africa, /.(risa Korps. H-tier shouted that
up ae es ncidentally, ere was a neW counter-offensive within a few Tripoli at once became of min: the Afrika Korps did not matte:
of “the common touch” had secret weapon of such appalling hours of his arrival. importance. For the first time, Rommel toi
an electric effect upon the tro} ae sete ‘te eae i teoonit ued = was. been ao Rommel received no reinforce- his family, he realised Hitlen
Bth’s TASK distarice of over two miles > pe ‘aan oF gps apd ie ments, but they were poured into contempt for the whole Germa:
aes 4 y Rommel laugheq about tis On WN 2 x mite — a " Tunisia by sea and dir. Six people and the fact that he care
He inspired first curiosity, then |. ohellishme: apouk is Un November 3, when the months later they were all nothing for the men who fought
interest, then admiration, The ast embé ; thee Ye ea der German withdrawal had already prisoners. fom htm,
aamiration was well deserved. aby _ —? been talking sv started, came an order from the " One of the bitterest pills which Nevertheless, he answered back
There is, however, no cause to per mR a udldis a ot, a Command. Lae _, Rommel had to swallow must Let Hitler come out to Africa an
magnify either his great victory iles f : th 7 ties fom re oi . ee ioaras Ree have been to see what the German see for himself or let him send
or his great personal qualities by â„¢U@s from the blast centre was the El Alamein position be held to High Command could do in a los! some of his entourage to show

suggesting that the Eighth Army
had ceased to exist as a fighting
force when he took it over

It had, in fact, captured more
than 7,000 prisoners during July.
It had stopped Rommel’s advance
to tae Delta.

It had paved the way for
major offensive which it was the: 3
too weak to undertake.

There is a tragically ironical
footnote to all ‘this from the
German side. “We were very

much disturbed by the way you
attacked us all through July,” said









cause, and

they

By

broug
ment







of a winning one.

formed into a scratch division.

10th Panzer Division had arrived
Another

There appeared also a batallion





them how to do it.
“Go!” screamed Hitler, “I have
other things to do than talk to

compare it with wh
had failed to do in suppor





In November two regiments of you.” Rommel saluted and turne
airborne troops and an engineer on his heel.
batallion were flown in. They After he had shut the door
were followed by odd infantry Hitler came running after him and
units, tanks, and artillery, anu put his arm on his shoulder U

must excuse me,” he said, “I’m
December in a very nervous state. 3ut
everything is going to be all right

“Come and see me tomorrow,
and we will talk about it calmly

the middle of

infantry division wa
ht over. A Grenadier regi-
came from Crete

Afrika Korps being destroyed.”













It is impossible to think of the}



General Bayerlein, Rommel’s armed with the new Tiger tanks Rommel saw him next ,day
chief of staff. The redoubtable Hermann Goer- with Goering

“If you could have continued to “tall Panzer Division was on | Pa brs oe OE ae a.

k for only a couple of day ~ An, Ges eee. ez, Hag laa ca
nure you would have broken Hd, PUSH all that R el, is.”
AIOE, Tee 35 9vee the Gaciaivs “You ean build houses on me,” |
day. We then had no ammunition Other German units, apart from aja Canine me the Gevatah
at all for our heavy artillery, and Italian formations, were acdea nirce y - Pe Ms Mirae
Rommel had determined to with- before the end to swell the Allie. jt can. Tae ;
draw to the frontier if the attac game-bag. What could not Ron ct an
was resumed.” mel have done with half of thi BEJEWELED

ISOLAT force five or Six months earlier? pn eer Sasi aia ate
Rommel, with his 25,000 Ital The Reichsmar 2 al to :
. jans, his 10,000 Germans, and his Rommet with him in his specia

‘ @ Supply was the grovien. 60 tanks, eee ealied train to Rome and invited Frau

olateu. in ‘is cenert head back through Tripolitania. Juommel. :
juarters, Rommel could do no All the way he made the mo: When they met at Munich
more than Say wnat he needaeu skilful use of mines eT ae nits statica Goering was wearing a
and try to i hat he be given ns, and booby-tt Se td ) os ty grey se.ni-civilian suit with grey
es his enemy ; ic lapels.

He could not fly over and ear Often his rearguards hae t) His tie was secured by a large
mark the shipping. He could not 7 Sane ame Me, ae Stati ts emerald clip, The cage of bi
compel tne llalians tu surrende! Aparna alone t l watch was studded with emeraids
me petro : ; Strong defensive positions ha On one of his fingers, t

sig ves cee Se ae oe 5 i to be abandoned because hk .tommel’s horror, was a ring with |
oval ‘
t . fhe 90th Light Division made a horrifying still, his nails were
provest, p 2 i ; stand outside Tripoli itself, but varnished. j

At his-home base, until Septem- THE FAMOUS HANDSHAKE, with which General Montgomery the 5lst Highland Division, riding Goering displayed the ring to
ber 1942, Rommel had General greeted his prisoner, General von Thomas, captured at El Alamein, in on the back of tanks, turned Frau Rommel at the first op»or-
Halder, Hitler’s military adviser, Lt.-Col. J. O. Ewart, Intelligence Officer—later killed—is with them out in a moonlight attack tunity. “You will be interestc
“unable to restrain a slightly im- Montgomery. Tripoli was occupied without in this,” he said, “it is one of the
polite smile” when he was asked moved two feet off its concrete the last man, There is to be no further resistance ipa ,, Valuable stones in the
for help. foundation, retreat, not so much as one milli- On January 23. the 11th Hussars world,

In fact, Rommel could easily For the rest, Rommel took his metre! Victory or death!’ drove into the city at dawn SU Es
havé been given, early in 1942, Fuehrer’s promises seriously It was signed “Adolf Hitler “A DEFE ATIST’ TREA R
the little extra he needed to take This no doubt explains a speech Hor once ‘Hommel was c 4 at . i
Cairo, he made in Berlin on October 3, in two minds. He knew tl ste 1" ‘ ; @ This was the first time)

when he predicted that the Ger- was rid on Me ahh sas ’ ® There is no greater test of | Frau Rommel had met the

At the end’ of July, General 1) Satta bene wot, sf be aes oN ous and hat ey troops or a commander than a Reichsmarshal. She, too, was
Auchinleck had correctly judged dria e ; ree ne make greatel a long retreat. startled. J
that Rommel must attack before ~ i Rommel was sick at heart as In the train he spoke only »f

‘end of August. In fact Rom- But about a fortnight later fea Terese by: pet hs RO well as in Body. pictures. “They call me_ the |

{ fought the battle of Alam-el- Rommei be gan to have doubts A a ae ny pe See : ; It was during the retreat Mae@énas* of the Third Reich,
sfulfa, which began on August 31, He confided them to his wite. “I I 4 Ry iyerle ns. 8 he learned how loyalty to his he said, and described how Balbo
uller many disaavantages, besice wonder if he told me all that t ° ed it to be circu Fuehrer was rewarded had sent him a statue of
that of having to attack an enemy ke son aiet “eg ont roop i At the end of November he was Aphrodite from Cirene.
in prepared defensive positions tively , ’ f General von Thoma commar ummoned home for an_ inter North Africa was not other

Though he was slightly superior Wor the Grat time ve was var tng me Afrika Korp a view, Hitler treated him, for the wise mentioned during the
in numbers, six of his divisions suspicious of the Fuehret g be a lowed to retire to Fuka end first time, to one of his famous journey, and Goering resisted al!
were Italian In guns and a rba Rommel would not scenes, Rommel’s attempts to turn the
armour he ha no superiority 1 . . him permission, 2 > rsati P sté 25 to
The R.AF ere endian of the “40 BAC K Von Thoma neverthele Rommel hat told him that the aaa pect avn
air Stoanwiiiie 14 1 } Pe : — in = Africa was c

he nature of the Alamein idea that Racial ehonla de- “1 cannot tolerate ft rdet whet = ek ee ee IDLER
position ich that it is ePone nat r he i Ror { = a 1 SHeseNS WAR) WES Ie
; ; ible ¢ stig ors - back to Africa. ; ot | the material and get the However, he gave Rommel th«

e or to profit t k j "3 “ee 30 - hve an . Atriks Korps out to fight again Air Force pilot’s cross, in dia

sinvre ae in the Southern | NO WORE in Italy monds, and seemed to think thi
reneral Stumme woul repl Hitler said he was a defeatist, this should satisfy him.
8SO ILL ao ust ita hae Min oem Vou and that he and his troops wer¢ In Rome it was the same sto1
Afrika Coburn a Ley cowards, Generals who had “Goering did nothing but look
Hitl r wa olicit about 4 retu ik made the same sort of suggestion tor pictures and sculpture,” sa
ak ox hedteblens ol 34 “ ; Fe ‘ Rement | health a change of bilisa columi lad _ Russia had been put up against Rommel with contempt “He wa
& swollen liver, probably the et nate would do him good, he “ough in the south and we the wall and shot. planning how to fill his train wi
a Gk dutlewtad tauntion inet maid. It may be that he did not 4lreauy west of the Ge rmana _ He would not yet do that to them. He never tried to see any
he could not get out of his truck. giece nis own deceptions to b ; At noon, General Bayerle.: Rommel, but Rommel had better one on business or to do anythii
Perhaps This was the greate Me pith a waving had no word trom V be areful : : for me.”
haadines e ta as 1 gre: ss ‘oe — a till arty drove out to look for him 2 eS cna ” mei To Frau Rommel Goering re

—) . , ue \ spnon LO é > aa 4 « € > be > = > arke g or shy see »,

To do Rommel justice, his sixth him on October 04 ee Seat nesiin ene te Lel-e: , - vise “*he marked that her husband seeme
sense came into play, even when standing bef . 1 saw the genera, | —— a
he was lying helpless in his trucl “There ji bad new fror & beSide his burning tank

‘hie wanted to break if wu frica t said The latic Viel lanks (tne 10th Hussar

€ the first mort looks very black No one scems ¢ siigeca him round,

is soon as it was Know what has happened to y say might von Thoma dink

byious that we had not achievea tumme Do vw fee] ve sta Montgomery in his head
a surprise. Tt was I who per- enough to go back and would you “USTs mess, and von Thoma i
suaded him to let me continue.” be willing to go 7 return invited the Eight Army

Rommel’s gamble had failed 2 Commander to stay with him i:
and he began to withdraw. Wisely Rommel was still a very sick Germany after the war
General Montgomery did not at- 8!) but it never occurred to him These mutual courtesies we:
tempt to follow him up. He could to refuse; his heart was with the Criticised in Britain. They wer
vent Afrika Korps not regarded as out of place ir

He left next morning at seven Africa.
» 5 & by air, stopped in Italy for a con-
i ROMISES ference about petrol, arfd was in BROKEN MAN

@ Three weeks later Rommei | headquarters in North Africa .

was compelled to report sick >Y eight p.m

© For the moment, with the



and fly to Germany for treat When he arrived the battle was







shock of defeat coming on to;



ment alrea ly lost Alamcin was lost of his illness, Rommel was a
efore g into he — , fought,” said Gen broken man
er ( later *h oe a i aal }
re id er, r to commar Nevertheless he conducted tt |
Kory rd 1 eat with great skill
the petrol ‘ : id
the I I me he had no hope of
Group Afrika was ling it Ror thi turning on his pursuers. His 1
front of the door of ( took ning force amounted to litt
But TE was impossible i g which all hig More than a compésite Givisio
open unless they were reinf reserves v ; ie re ad 80 German tanks were left against |
’ ‘ a T ited : . a" |
and the position i ‘ No rn weit «= nearly 600 British |
Abo. t} i 1 : WELaC vou He could ni ,
At € they ¢ i I Iter f event vere He ¢ l y save what |
without petrol il might out of t eck. He was |
Don’t worry,’ 1 I } } = ... lucky to save ar al
Incredil Germat Tn- at all
mean to give A nee Se , of 3 But for heavy 1 irnin
port needed. Never fea © +t) British could not 1, desert into a mor he
going to get Alexandr | attack during October . have heen encire] t Motr }
; then voltunt ‘ ; : : . |
1 the V nteer No wonder the unfortunate Had the R.A.F. had the te
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“Ah!” said Goering, “he does,
| not comprehend the whole situa- |
tion us I do. We are going to)
look after him, we are going t

o everything for him.”

He then went off into a bo
ful monologue about 4h own |
achievements, past, present, an
future. He appeared to Frat
Rommel to be on the verge ol
megalomania.

|



|












very depressed



rule he optimistic But



alistic view.”

The story was all over Rome
that he had gone to a party dress-
ed in a toga.

@ Rommel put up with it for
three days. \

TO HIS MEN

Then jhe said: “I’m doing nO
good over here—only losing my
temper; I’d better get back to the
Afrika Korps.”

He flew off newt day, convinced
that Goering was mad and Hitler |

not much better. It was the
second stage of his disillusion-
ment.

Next Week

*MAECENAS—patron of Roman |
art and = iiterature. Friend of
Horace and Virgil. An aristocrat!
of juxurious habits. |

Hitler tells Rommel ‘No one
will make peace with me’:

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FEDERATION []

By J. D.





ya al Gove
ae Judician ve
gent ond thi rticl
ae | to aes with the meai
propose py the Committee ol

the operation of Federal
pene and the estimated cost of

jon of finance has per-
_. minds of many who
principle that Federation,

s th

e t that implies, is the
pea tol of West Indiar

In a region in which

“geveral te territories are in receipt

in aid of the ordinary

of pants ministration. in which

— is based almost
- on the production of

le crop and in which
mo natural resources to
the economy, the addi-
aa} cost Of Federation must be
ject of the most careful
tion before the experi
nt of Federation can be em
ked upon with any chance of



with any chance of succc¢
; ittee foresee the con
vaiion of fmancial assist
m His Majesty’s Govern
ne Federal Government









d in turn allocate it to such
ries as may be in “cd
Baars. They consider that to
ntinue the system’ of direct

ts in aid from His Majesty’s
ment to the individual Unit
ents concerned, would

‘0 ly inhibit the development

@fnancial responsibility and self-

Hance of the people.

e mplate the
ye Committee conte )
ee of loans by both the

jeral Government and by the
smments of the Units. So far
Jocal loans are concerned, ie
pit governments should’ be free
float loans within the region as a
whethe

hole, but external loans 3

Federal purposes or on behalf
the Unit government should be
Federal Government.

The Committee have quite

intly come to the conclusion that

bled by constituent

Federal Government must
eits own direct sources «

nce so it need not rely on fund
territories.



they dependent on votes of

propriation by the Units, the

Government would be

ced in a subordinate position

contributions could be with-

d. And further it is necessary
the purpose of raisi: loar



the Federal Government
puld be able to give as securi
enues Which it raises itself ar

ich are under its sole contro!
Mo effect that end, it is sug
led that the appropriate sing!
of Federal revenue should
the product of the Custom
yw envisage the creation
oms Union, a Free Trade area.
Horm tariffs anc ingle

ims administration a I
Mdation of the federal str:

particularly the ct yo!
tion of the Federation will be
Donsibility for economic and
mercial matters.

the West Indies, however,
poms revenues comprise about

as

of the total revenues, and the
mmittee recognise that the
jon of the territorial govern-

would be impossible unles:

antial portion of Custom
mues were returned to the m
f collection by the Federal
toms Administration. They

e recommend that not les:
m 15% of the Customs revenue:
lected by the Federation in re-

pet Of each territory should be

d to the territory from
th it has been derived. They
opose that these refunds should

nai-

automatic and without «



The Committee foresee a furihe
ourct Federal revenue |

he tederalisation of Pos tal Serv-
ices but they recommend that from

the date on which the Feder:
takes over
vecome

ation
the Postal Services and
entitled to the revenues
therefrom, there should be paid to
any territory as makes application
an annual sum equivalent to their
average annual het receipts from
slamp sales over the preceding
ive years and they propose tha
these grants in lieu of postal pro-









fits should, like the refund o!
Custom reverues, be autom
#nd not subject to the control of
the Federal Legislature.





In 1948 Customs receipts were
£8, 635, 857 and the net postal
receipts £257, 231. The Committee
therefore look forward to i
Federal revenue of a little over
£2,000,000. The Committee reject
the suggestion that large ad hoc
grants by His Majesty’s Govern-
ment would be necessary pre-
requisites of Federation. They
consider that such grants ould
iend to inhibit the growth ot
spirit of self-reliance and a de-
termination to be economically
independent. They however con-
sider the possibility of assistance
by way of Capital for
certain specific purp<
assume the continuance of assis-

tance under the Colonial Deve elqp-
ment and Welfare Act I al
nowever firm that there m )
































‘no direct and gene ontro! of
economic and fina iff
the Fede ion.”

In turning to deal with the addi-
tional expenditure necessitated,
the Committee declare themselves
unable to put forward any precise
estimate, but they do offer some
indication of what they consider

magnitude will be. They con-
der as negligible the cost of such
transferred services as Custom
iministration and are of th
pinion that the main additiona
xpenditure would be the cost of
the Federal Legislature
offices ,of Federal Secretariat
and of the Governor-Gener:
his establishment, and the Feder;
Judiciary

The Committee offer en-
tative timate an exper re
the region of £180,000 pe
for the ly years of the F
tian.

Che larie uger f he
Governor-General, it
f the Legislature, idiciar

n he members of the Fe
Secre ‘lat voule 1 make ‘he
Federal Serv ufficient] tt
tive to claim ablest men in the
Empire

The imitatic
region realistically by
the Committee, but their estimate

expenditure 1s probab. real
underestimation... Their estimat
of £180,000 deals exclusively with
the salarie ) ederal official it
com \ exe estimate
of the capital tlay on Federal
building ere not re
juired in the ! vs,
not are LO el C
cost of ing uild hi
could be utilised as Federal offi
The Committee » not include
their estimate the office of Trade
Commissione h uff
though they 1 the service yt
Federation espect + W
he 10st mpor Ur .

ndered to the regior
titution o Federal
Nor h he nr re
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il conduct





the region

im can be

u robable ficurs
deration should be out
uld be able out
to make those

ot





- id erly made by

] ry. This is a

ry rst step towards
ichieving real independence for

the region

Were this to be done the over-
riding power of His Majesty's
Government in respect of the
maintenance of financial stability
should be abolished and the Fea-
eration would be able to manage
its affairs without such interfer-
ence,

_ The Committee’s
tions would also mean that the
Caribbean area would still be
subject to the monetary policy of
the Imperial Government and
would be affected by such decis-
ons without having any voice in

recommenda-

their making, although their in-
terests, as in devaluation, might
be adversely affected.

The recommendations which

the Committee have made in re-
pect of the form of the Federal
Legislature and the relation be-

tween the Federal Government
and the Unit Governments are
excellent in their display of

moderation and their appreciation
of reality, but in the assessment
of the requirements of the Feder
al Government in economic mat-
ters, it appears that they have
ittempted to make Federation too
attractive. This is a grave error,
for if the peoples of the region
re sufficiently mature to conduct
their affairs upon a regional scale,
they are sufficiently mature to
ppreciate the fact that Federa-
tien will be nothing more than
the possible means of effecting
progress. If they are induced to
accept Federation without at the
ame time realising the financial
acrifices which they will

lied upon to make, they will be
adly disillusioned,

be

That

tion

at Federa
attempted.
vould gainsay
1ion that fin
the raising of
living to any

is not to say th
hould
ire few
mmittee’s opi
ncial stability and
the standard of
ppreciable extent, cannot 5
under the present sys-

Feder experi
it appears inescap
tep in attempt of the
st Indian to surmount
their financial difficulties. But
t must be clearly realised that it
an experiment whose succeé
failure will, for many years,
in doubt.

not be




There
the C

chieved

em

an
an

ation
to be
the

Peoples





remain

all men in
great en
Federa
hoped-
secrecy

A
yublic
deavour
yn, its

benefits
and obscurity
hidden the
Committee,

is cast

life to aid
and to lift
problems, and its
: the veil of
which has so long
deliberation of the
and also they must

duty ipon
the
from

LO}







place it above the strife and jeal-
ousies of party politics. Above all
it is the task of public men to
educate the people to an appre-
ciation of the alternatives-—-o:
the one hand stagnation, on the

other calculated risk
If there a determination to
make it work and if there is a
willingness to surrender insular
rejudices, Federation will ut
eed and give the West Indian
eople the hance o improve
heir standard of life well as
iltural ! ntellectual
i reat contact with

e peoples of the are

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SUNDAY



Dr. HUGGINS

Educated at Antigua Gram-
mar School and Cornell Uni-
versity, studied at the I.C.T.A.

before joining the Depart-
ment of Agriculture, British
Guiana. He was recently

appointed Director of the In-
stitute of Social and Economie

Research of the University
College of the West Indies.
His recent visit to British

Guiana was for the purpose
of establishing mutual inter-
ests between those engaged
with social and economic in-
vestigations in the several
colonies and the Institute of
Social and Economic Research

“Let’s Ge

Federation
Straight”

Dr. Huggins Tells Guianese
“IN casual discussion it has
struck me that there are several
points which the Closer Associa-
tion Committee has recommended
about which there appears to be
eneral confusion in British
Guiana,” asserted Dr. H. Dudley
Huggins, Director of the Institute
of Social and Economic Research
of the University College of the
West Indies, in an interview in
Georgetown shortly before he left
for Trinidad,
Dr. Huggins
the greatest
Guiana today

that one of
needs in British
for more of the
public to get a close idea of exactly
wh Federation involves.

“The first point which should
be clarified is that Federation with
the setting up of Federal Govern-

said
is

at

ment does not mean rule of the
constituent territories by the Fed-
eral Government to the extent
that many seem to believe. Th«
field of the control is much more
limited than most recognise. Muc!
of the autonomy of the say, Britis}
Guiana, Government will be

retained.”







ADVOCATE

BE Fi

By CS. LEE,

Mr. Lepper states in his report
on Oil Development Policy for
Barbados that “Unit Development
is the best policy to ensure maxi-





mum production from an oilfield
with the minimum of wells.”
(Paragraph 30). This is known
as “conservation” and is not an
isolated expression of a
“Conservation” is one of the big-
gest topics of discussion in oil
circles to-day and, in laying the
foundations of an oil policy in
Barbados, Mr. Lepper insists that
it must be a first considera-
tion. From many the con-
versations held here, it has
been evident that some of the
reasons for this attitude have not
been entirely understuxd and an
explanation may be of help and
interest

Our everyday needs a cmand
that oil must be continuously pro-

duced and fresn reserves 1

found. Yet Petroleum, like othe
minerals, does not replace itsel
Unlike sugar, there is only on
“crop”, and only one chance to
reap that “crop”; reap “crop
badly and there is no chanc¢ )
make good the mistake. Whereas
conservation of such a_ national
asset aS Sugar means replanting

and replacing what you have ex-
tracted by manuring, conservation
of any oil found in Barbados
would mean getting as much oil
as possible from an oil reservoir.

The first oil well in the U.S.A
in 1859 was only 691) feet deep
To-day the drilling bits have gone
down nearly four miles and in
Barbados plans are being made
drill to 11,000 feet, if necessary
The object of conservation is
bring a greater recovery to offset
the cost of such deep drilling
maintain lower prices to the con
sumer. Conservation also brings
more oil to the surface under its
own power before wells must
on the pump. Pumping, like deep
drilling, costs money,

Some of the products fron
crude oil are volatile and thus do
not lend themselves to long stor
age anywhere but underground
Scientists and economists have
workedo ut ways of controlling;
the flow of oil and gas from under-
ind reservoirs so that:

t
to

and

go
g

gro.

production will |
demand but
be wasted
before it

yield from a}

(1) The rate of
meet current
oil will not
above the ground
can be used
The ultimate
pool will be the most that
it is economically feasible
to recover }

In many parts of the world}
multiple leasing over a_ single |
reservoir has led to gross wastage |
of the oil resources of the country,
The’ rival drilling companies |
struggle to establish the |



first |
drainage channels on their mutual |
boundaries and there is a race to}

|
pull as much oil as possible out









IF OIL SHOULD



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hewhere Thi gas dissolved
i in undergrounc
provide push
ve the oil towards an
z in the reservoir An oil
el. is such an “opening” and in a
lited way an oil well acts like

i soda siphon at home.

The buried rock formations also
ontain huge amounts of sea water
uried along with the oil and gas.
This too has been compressed over
illenniums and seeks to escape
vhen the well punctures the
eservolr

Also a vast bubble of free gas,
inder great pressure at the top of
he reservoir, has often separated
ut ready to expand and drive the
il with the gas dissolved ahead
of it and out of the opening.

The gusher or well flowing
vide open”, such as occurred in
ndiscriminate boundary drilling
ampaigns, is the opposite to to-

ay’s practises: The oil flows
thout curb and with it go im-
rense volumes of gas and water



hose pressure might have driver





y the oil. It was typical of the
rly years of the oil industry
nat wells soon had to be put or
he pump. Only one-fifth of the
ytentially recoverable oil was
tracted in those days; the in-
ushing gas from the top of the
eservoir and the water from be-
w by-passed and left pockets of
unrecoverable oil
No two reservoirs in this world
eact in exactly the same way
vhen oil is withdrawn; therefore
is of critical importance that

measurements,
gists have
e made

for which technol-
special instruments,
both the very early
tages of development and right
hrough its producing life,
hurly-burly competitive drill
ing there is “no time” to shut the
vell down for the proper obsery

in

of

ition period; all that matters}
nder these circumstances is to
et the oil out of the ground as

t as the oil companies can, and
he scientifle information, upon
vhich the whole future of the

ervoir depends, is ignored

If oil is found, let us hope that
or the good of the country its
roduction will be regulated and

xploited in such a way as to ex-
ract every barrel from the reserv-
that economically possible
lhere will be no second chances.

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Published by Th. Advocate Co. Ltd., 34, Broad St., Bridgetows



Sunday, March 26, 1950



Shipping Crisis

ALMOST five years have elapsed since
the end of the war but the shipping situa-
tion in the British Caribbean remains very
serious. Transportation between the
islands themselves, and between the West
Indies and the United Kingdom is still very
insatisfactory.

The Canadian National Steamships offer
a link between Canada and these islands
hut the service is less frequent than is
necessary and is unable to cope fully with
the demands which are made. Between
the islands and Great Britain the position
is even worse. Hundreds of would-be tra-
vellers are held up by the inability to
secure a passage.

The facilities that at present exist are
also rendered difficult by the extremely
high cost of passages. To travel from Bar-
bados to the United Kingdom costs about
ninety pounds. Nor is such accommoda-
tion as is afforded luxurious. Such a pas-
sage does not entitle the traveller to a suite,
and indeed he must often share his cabin
with others.

The British Shipping companies are
either unable or unwilling to provide more
ships for the West Indian service; and in
spite of repeated representations by West
Indian interests and West Indian Govern-
ments, the British Government have done
little or nothing to ease the situation.

It appears therefore, that West Indians
must endeavour to find a solution for them-
selves but it will be no easy task. The Brit-
ish merchant marine suffered severely dur-
ing the war and British shipyards are
working at high pressure to repair the rav-
ages of the war. Under the circumstances,
it is improbable that a West Indian ship-
ping company, if one were formed, would
be able to purchase the ships from Britain.

Were such a company then to seek else-
where, it would be confronted with the in-
superable wall of currency restrictions. It
be, that currency
might be released for such an important
matter, and West Indian businessmen
would do well to consider the possibilities
of such a venture,

Facing so serious a situation, it is regret-
table that the Standing Closer Association
Committee's Report made no mention of
shipping. Frequent shipping facilities at
cheap rates are indispensable if the widely
scattered islands of the Caribbean are to be
linked more closely together.

Shipping affects every member of the
community and if the business interests are
unable to undertake such a venture, the
Government should
fully whether
given.

may however, some

consider most care-

any could be
Money now lavishly expended on

subsidies could be used to a greater extent

assistance

for this purpose, and by reducing freight
s, the cost of living would be reduced
and work would be found for some of the

rate



ployed of the island
es eee
Aeting Officers
rHE number of officers now acting in
important positions in the Barbados Civil

Establishment, and the length of time du
1 these offices have been vacant is

This policy will have sex
repercussions in the Civil Servic

I'he two most important financial officers
in the service retired last year. The Col-
onial Treasurer retired after five months’
and the Auditor General after six months’
leave. The public have been told of no
effort to fill these offices and have been
given no justifiable reason why nothing
appears to have been done in the matter.
It must be pointed out however, that the
Colonial is the servant of the

House and it is peculiarly within the pro-

Treasurer

vince of that body to appoint a Treasurer
for the Governor’s approval. In this case
it is clear that even when the appointment
of a Treasurer comes before the House,
honourable members can offer little criti-

OUR READERS SAY:





losseihtniatatriesati iene inate eens annem damned nan ton meee
cism of the Government inasmuch as they
have failed to fill a post long vacant. Since
the retirement of the late Mr. C. L. Abrams,

there has been a vacancy on the Magisterial
Bench and the public have every right to

be dissatisfied when cases lodged for hear- |

ing are set down seven or eight weeks
ahead. This delay in the machinery of jus-
tice may be fraught with the most danger-

ous consequences when it is realised that |
the less forbearing might take the law into |

their own hands.

The post of Harbour and Shipping Master
is the most recent among the vacancies and |
inasmuch as there are several naval re-
serve Officers since the last war, there
should be no difficulty in filling this post
because it is the policy to appoint a naval
officer to this post.

In addition to all these criticisms against
the overall policy of allowing important re-
sponsible offices to remain vacant for long
periods, it is unfair to the officers acting
in these posts. Since the report of the Cuke
Committee it is not the custom to allow

these officers any extra remuneration for |

the responsibility of the senior office.

In this matter of filling these particular |
posts, the Government might easily have
taken the public into confidence if there

SUNDAY





was to be any change of policy. It is not
unknown that for several years now, the
suggestion was made that the posts of Audi-
tor and Treasurer be amalgamated in a
single Financial Department. ‘There cou.d
be no appreciable difficulty in carrying out
this suggestion at this time when Barbados
boasts among her top-ranking officers of a
Financial Secretary. If consideration of |
this amalgamation had been advanced as
reason for the delay there could be little
said against it, but to keep these offices
vacant for periods of nearly a year is to give
evidence of a most slipshod method of ecii-
ducting the business of government. It
is not conducive to efficiency nor to the har-
monious working of the Civil Establish-
ment and still less to that standard of satis-
factory service which the public are |
entitled to expect from the members of the
Service.





es se
Electricity

IN ANY democratic community a petition
signed by a reasonable number of citizens
qualified to do so could not be overlooked
by the Government. During the week, such
1 petition signed by more than one tenth
of the consumers of electricity, was pre-
sented to His Excellency the
asking for an enquiry into the working of
the Barbados Electricity Corporation. It is
a matter which the Government cannot

ignore with impunity.

Governor

It is not now the time for the general
public to attempt to reach conclusions.
There might be after a thorough inquiry
evidence which will completely exonerate
the Company or conversely it might be
proved that the management of the concern
was responsible for any condition in which
it now finds themselves.

There are still those who feel that the
Corporation might well have asked, in face
of public eriticisms, for such an inquiry.
The Barbados Electric Corporation is a
publie utility supplying light and power to
the community. On the efficiency of its ser-
vice, depends several smaller forms of busi-

ss by which thousands of people earn

ir livelihood.

The privileges of that company are lai
flown by the statute law of this isl:
which also gives power to the Governn
to demand that they conform to cert
tandards or to institute an inquiry into tl
working of the company. That power h:

corresponding amount of responsibility.

sibility the Government 1s now

called upon to shoulder; and until

there is a decision one way or another, ad

hoe decisions arrived at by loose thinking
and lack of information can do no good.

The Government too is concerned to the extent
that the scheme for large scale improvement of
the water system and the improvement of our
agricultural system by means of irrigation will be
dependent upon a proper supply of electricity.

The Government can hardly refuse the inquiry
but in the event of its doing so, it would be in
the interest of the Corporation to engage the
services of outside experts in a proper examin-
ation in the light of similar services in the
Caribbean. In case the inquiry is ordered it should
be free from all political influences remembering
that the matter is economic and must be adjusted
to the satisfaction not only of the 800 petitioners
but to the entire community.



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“Now I wonder what this would be—a betting ship or a hydro -plaat plan?”

Sitting On The Fence



HROUGHOUT mt 8
munth
No nudist stunth.

Ne’er cast a clout
Till May be out.

Keep woollies on
Till June is gone.

Protect your rumps
Till August cumps.

Wrap up each member
Until September.

October
summer’s ober.

Heart-to-Heart Chat

OR seme reason I cannot nope

to explain, a young woman,

signing herself “Worried”, has

written the following appeal to
me: —

“IT am very anxious to
married and wonder if
could help me?

“T am only 4ft. 10ins. and a
bij on the dumpy side. My
hair is wiry and my face always
comes out in red patches when
I am excited. I am also double-
jointed, and the dentist says

It's now
And

get
you

my teeth are loose. My boy
says it would be all right if I
didn’t giggle and laugh so
much.”

* * *

Well, “Worried,” yours'is a
rather difficult case. Does your
boy mean that your teeth are less
likely to drop out if you keep
your mouth shut, or what?

Curiously enough, some
prefer double-jointed women,
and I should draw his attention
is much as possible to what ap-
pears to be your outstanding

men

harm. Snap your thumbs back
at him occasionally, and when
bathing this summer do a few
ttle tricks with your toes.

You should certainly try to
avoid this giggling and laughing
\fier all, you don’t seem to have
much to laugh at, do you, dear?

“Ateh End

One of the G.P.O. accent tests
for girls was to say correctly,
“Have you had Hatch End 806°”
NSTRUCTOR: Now, say it
after me. “Have you had
Hatch End 806?”
TELEPHONE GIRL
had Hatch Hend Hate.
INSTRUCTOR: Cor lumme
. .I mean good gracious you're
getting worse. Once more
TELEPHONE GIRL: ‘Ave you
‘ad Hatch Hend eight Ho . °
Have you ‘ad ’Atch Hend
INSTRUCTOR: No, no,

Have you

no,

NO. Have you had ’Atch . oie

mean Hatch Hend Hate
we} 4s

TELEPHONE GIRL: Go od

‘eavens, you can’t say it yourself,

INSTRUCTOR: Don't be
himpudent.
TELEPHONE GIRL: Well,

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Gubbins

INSTRUCTOR: Ave you ’ad

I mean Have you Had Hatch

Hend ‘Atch End ; no,
Hatch Hend Hate Ho Ho
Hate . . ho ’ell

TELEPHONE GIRL: What?
INSTRUCTOR: I meant “Ho

‘ades.”
Thoughts of a Wife

PENNY for your thoughts,”
you said,
As we sat in the dark:

How many, many times have you
Made that insane remark?
But now you've asked me once

again,
I'll let you have the works;
Maybe the truth will wipe away
Your smugness and your smirks.

Pm thinking of your foolish legs,

Your bald, receding dome,

Your flat feet splaying up
path,

As you come bounding home.

the

Your wolfish face when gulping
food,
Your rumbling, full-fed snore,
Your morning hawk and cough
and gasp
Behind the bathroom door.
Your silly tales and dirty jokes,
That pointless little pun,
That makes you seem so popular

When men “have all the fun.”
“A penny for your thoughts,”
you said,

Believing you would hear,
“How wonderful you are to me,
How wonderful my degr?”
One day, I read of a
man of 95 who had got rid of
all her wrinkles and looked 50

Books And
Persons

By Thorogood

The centenary of Robert Loui
Stevenson falls in November, and
the estimators of literary repuva-
tions are busy preparing their
bouquets or their brickbats, as the
case may be,

John Hampden’s The Stevenson
Companion (next week, Phoenix
House), will help them. He has
compiled 135,000 words from 15 of
R.L.S.’s books and has revold his
life story.

This will be followed a few
weeks later by new estimates of
two other old writers: Maria
Edgeworth (by P. H. Newby)
Anthony Trollope (by Bentrice
“unis Brown)—added to Arthur
Barker’s English Novelists series

These backward glances will
point the sorry contrast betweey

wo-

ind





years younger simply by smear-
ing her face with porridge. I
made up my mind to try this
simple remedy at once, and was
soon amazed and gratified to see
myself looking younger every
day

“Men turned to look at me in
the street, and the way they
stared in trams and buses became
positively embarrassing.

“IT then found that I had for-
gotten to wash the porridge off,
and I owe my present happiness
to the fact that I keep it on day
and night and that my husband
who is 108. cannot see an inch
in front of his nose.”—(Advt.).

Advert. for what?
Advert. for porridge, of course

Sentimental
Journey

North-country woman in court:
‘Mu husband spoke so kindly to
me that at first I thought he was
going to die.”

rere oop,
tha say?
“Tha called me
“Eh, lass, Ah did.

‘Inov,’

lad, what did’st
‘oov’ again ?’
Ah called thee

“A': must be going insane.”
“Nay, lad, ‘tis worse’n that, Ah’m
sure,
“For if wert proper mad
“Tha’d smash oop home and coot
our throats
“Just like'tha dear old dad,

“There’s many a draft thing thou
has done

“Since thou wert lad so high

“But never hast tha called me
‘loov’

“Tha must be going to die.”
pacious life the Victorians had
rite about and today's cramp-

ed world.

Nex: week, for instance, My
Time My Life, a first novel b»
Ceorge Camden (from Dent) i
chiefly about war-time life (an
sudden death) among the East
End poor

Camden, rag-and-bone man’s

! zrew up there working as

rber’s assistant, tailor’s hand

yas married at 19; wrote his



by candle-light in their one
while wife and child slept
and bombs dropped

A late-Maren book (from Eyre
and Spottiswoode) will be Julian
Symon’s biography of his elder
brother, A. J. A. Symons, fastidi-
ous eccentric who founded the
First Edition Club, and vhe Wine
and Food Society, and wrote a
famous book, The Quest for Corvo.
He also had Europe's largest col-
lection of musical boxes (now in
Oxford’s Pitt- River Museum),
ranging from specimens small as
snuff-boxes to large like coffins. H
wrote his own epitaph—A.J.A.S.

-A.L.A.S.”
‘SaI— eT

room

is An Imported Temporary Colonial See retary Worth While

To the Editor, The Advocate-
an important

Sm In a recent message to
the House of Assembly, His Ex-
cellency invited the views of
members on the question of the
secondment of a Principal Officer
from the Colonial Office to act,
temporarily as Colonial Secretary

affairs of
conditions

officer,

must cause some anxiety in such

department; but surely the sec-
ondment of a rank novice to the
this office
with
junior clerks surrounding such an
would never
fidence in the colony.

tablishment at this moment there
are capable and competent men
who can perform the office of
Acting Colonial Secretary.

Quite recently Mr. J. W. B.
Chenery, B.A., was called upon to
act as Chief Justice of the colony.
Mr. Chenery filled this high office
with extreme dignity, eloquence

hard-pressed
and local
an array of

ensure con-
It would

I must state frankly that this be merely giving a European a and a wealth of legal versatility.
message amazed me. My only happy holiday in Barkados ; Cannot Mr. Chenery be invited to
satisfaction is the fact that the Let us review the other side. act as Colonial Secretary?

Select Committee, to whom it is ]

referred, are a group of shrewd, at a critical

commonsense politicians in whom Won. E
we can rely for firmness in this now Sir Allan
matter

What are the facts which led up
to this official message? The Colo-

ous efficiency



remember vividly the occasion,
period
A. Collymore, K.C., M.A,,
Collymore, acted
in this high office with conspicu-
I actually





It must be borne in mind that
Mr. A. G. Rocheford, M.A., has
spent long years in this depart-
ment as also Mr. Frank Bishop,
M.B.E. These gentlemen are also
competent to act.

when the

saw the







volume of work which he had to Can this dust, thrown into our
nial Secretary, Hon. S. H. Per- perform. There ere others, too, eyes by the hand of the Colonial
owne, O.B.E,, acted as Adminis- who have acted in this office with Office. blind our eyes to the in-
iaine Gf the cole for many distinction, among them, Hon. justice of this proposal?
months before the arrival’of our G. Clyde Willia C. A. Reed, [ am appealing to the members
Goverr Since Mr. Sa i Cyril Stout I a left to of the Select Committee to re-
Col t € is the stark spectfully reject this kind of offer
. ( anaes i mend that a local
be I I S¢ our Civil Service be
I e | State I an act until the newly
p , We ne ed Colonial Secretary can
ere de and « il n irrive in the colony
the fice Wha \ vice A ALBERI A. MAYNARD
; wert t x } sage Avedon
chat uw Civil E Collymere Rock.



Highest And Best
To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—In a detached manner my
Sympathy goes out to Mr. Garner
and Mr. Cyrus re negro history
being taught in schools. In an
age when everything is moving
on what benefit is it to know that
Euclid, the mathematician and
father of Geometry and, George
Washington Carver were negroes
or that Nelson and Leonardo Da
Vinci were white? Even those
names prove that God is no re-
spector of colour, for at once we
see able white men and able black
men. What I think should con-
cern us to-day more than ever is



a fact that poor negroes in Bar-
bados and poor whites
are regarded the
wer I

in England
way, What






practical use of a knife and fork,
the benefits and attraction of a
nicely kept home has never been
their lot, they have never been
intraduced into delightfulness
comfort and pleasant surround-
ings, rather their poverty and
unfortunate circumstances is
stressed, The milk given in tin
tots and biscuits in their hands is
the culmination of unbecoming
poverty stricken conditions. With-
out doubt they ade to feel
their nobodyness

I feel that
should be attached
appointed room
a general love f
should be taugh

goes to a co



are n

to every





where cul







eschew the vi
place thus he enter

@ LETTERS which are signed with a nom—de- plume,

definite idea of the kind of hon
and surroundings he wants,

the contrary, is made to feel that |

Not |
so, the elementary child, who 9n |

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_ ee =
Passengers

Want Seats
In Probyn St.

FEW *BUS passengers told the
“Advocate” recently that

; would appreciate very much
they tion of seats under the Bus
ae ers at the Probyn Street Bus

Stand. wadvocate” learnt yester-
That the reason for not erect-
‘ag these seats is because they
in attract idlers and this may
Poe in the best interest of the
or gengers Waiting for buses.
— feared that these idlers
occupy the seats for two or
hours and some may even
be bold enough to carry on card,
gominoe or draught games.

ETHEL CHURCH was filled to
B capacity on Thursday night
hen the Rev. E. L. Taylor was
: missioned as a Probationer
Minister of the Methodist Church.
The Service was conducted by
the Chairman of the District, Rev.
BE. J. Griffin, assisted by the Rev-
erend J. B. Broomes and B.

would

» Crosby.

Mr. Taylor told the gathering of
his early training in the Bethel
Sunday Schoo! and of his service
jn that Church. He made grateful
reference to the parents, teachers,
ministers and friends who had in-
fluenced him in the past. He then
related his call to the Ministry
and how he had been enabled to
see that call confirmed by his
Church. ;

A feature of the Service was
the hearty singing of hymns, all
of which were very appropriate
to the occasion. A collection was
taken in aid of the Caenwood
College New Chapel Fund.

PRIVATE SHOW at St.

Peier’s Almshouse on Mon-
dey, March 27 is ficluded in the
programme of the Mobile Cinema
for the week beginning March 27
to March 31.

On Tuesday, March 28, the
Cinema will be at St. Philip;
Wednesday, the St. Clement’s

Area, St. Lucy; Thursday, St. Au-

ine Area, St. George; and Fri-
reh 31 at Government
al School, St. Philip.
MOND ROAD, St. John,
was the scene of an accideni
at about 8.40 p.m. on Thursday
between a bicycle owned and
ridden by Charles Walrond of Dr.
Gibb’s Land, St. John, and anovhe:
bicycle, ridden by Lloyd Speede
of Massiah Street.

Walrond fell and
elbow.

N ACCIDENT

Trafalgar

7.15 p.m. on
bicyele owned




struck his
occurred on
Square, at about
Friday between a
and ridden by
Cecil Alleyne of Eagle Hall and
a pedestrian Selwin Ifill of
Kensington ‘New Road. Ifill was
wounded on his right elbow.
HEIFER was injured after it
was involved in an accident
with a car at about 5.15 p.m. on

b Wednesday.

The car

involved was A—58,
owned by J. L. R. Rudder of
Burnt House Plantation, and
driven by Lionel Cumberbatch ot
Indian Ground, St. Peter, The

heifer was led by Oscar Riley of
Shorey Village.

N ACCIDENT occurred on

Church Street, near Messrs.
Carlton Browne’s Drug Store, at
about 10.50 am. on Friday be-
tween motor car X—1066, owned
and driven by George Morley of
Browne's Gap, Hastings, and
bicycle owned by Messrs. Dear’s
Garace, and ridden by Cyril Best
of School Gap, Hindsbury Road.
The front fork of the bieycie
eroken and the front fencer
of the car slightly damaged.
BISHOP
OPPA PALLiE, an Indian of

Kensingvon New Road, was

injured in ar accident 1 in ar : on Bakers
Road, St. Peter. at about 4.30 p.m.
Friday. He was treated at the’

Gereral Hospital and di charged,
The accident involved motor
car S—12, owned by Edgervon
Kellman and driven by his son,
onel, both of Sion Hill, St, Peter,
and thé motor cycle owned by
Ahmed I. Bulbulia of King Street
Me Hecen by Poppa Rallie,

he right fender, right head
0 and wind screen of the cat
i nen sed. The exhaust pipe,
andie bars and generator of vne
_ cycle were also damaged.

UR ACRES of first crop ripe
Canes and half of

an acre of
Foung can, n acre o

were destroyed when
Me ot ken wn origin hroke out
a Bac ntation, St. Philip at

a oa rhureday. , ‘
anes are the property o
Cnc clatke of Worthing, Christ

Sen and Were insured.

x OLD YARDE of Trents,
eas zeae, reported that his
ee ta a0 " ken and entered be-
190 am bm. on Thursday and
of oe on ‘Thay and a quantity

4€8 taken
HE LOSS of
reporte.
of Silvers
Stated

two sheep was
dl by Douglas Springer
Sands, Christ Church.
the sheep were
an open pen in his
Wetinoectween 10.00 p.m. on
sday an 5 z
ursday d 5.30 a.m. on
ne is owned by i
. y Archie Cnase
_ other by Graham Hutch-
oe both of Ealing Grove,
at St Church, The matter is
€r investigation,
etescoscccosssesocees:

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Mr. C. Thomas
President Of The

Clerks’ Union

Mr. Charles Thom
Plantations Ltd.
Gay nignt elected
Barbados Clerks’
cession to Mr.

as of Messrs,
was on Thurs-
Feenvoens of the

nion in sue-
i rs A. E. S. Lewis
M ee who is out of the inland
a ‘here was a fine turnout of
clerks, evidence of a revival of
spirit and vne President delivered
an Inspiring address,

He reminded the clerks of the

institution in the communit'
ivy.
He thanked them for the confi-
dence they had reposed j
and he would endeavour t

them to pte oi ha

; tne best of his ility
This Was an honour indece. aot
it carried a corresponding duty
He was there as the chief servant
of the clerks; he would put aside
all personal feelings and do what
they wanted to do. This did not
mean that he would encourage
wrong doing or slackness on the
par’ of any clerk. It was their
duty to work honestly and to give
their loyalty to their employer.

Changes
_The changes of the economic
situation were such that vhey

never knew, they could not fore-
see, what effect these Shidemet cate
on business, but what they did
know was vhat the olerk would
always be affected,

There were about five thousand
clerks in Bridgetown and there
was no reason why every one of
them shoud not be a member of
the Clerks’ Union. It would mean
that they would be strong and
respecved. The employer who re-
fused to pay decent wages would
be told so and if they held to-
gether they would be able to get
those employers wh’; paid proper
wages to assist ia bringing pres-
sure on those who did nov.

_As President of the Union his
aim was peace and prosperity. He
would work with anyone who had

the interests of the clerks at heart,
and the clerks would realise thav

it was their duty to support the
union and refuse to listen to de-
tractors. They \hemselves must
not undermine the confidence of
the public in the union. Thev
should come forth boldly and
offer the criticisms which would
make it stronger. and refuse to
helo those who despised iv.

It was their union and it was
up to them to make it something
worthwhile.



Barbados Ships

Furniture

QUITE a good business in the
furniture section of the firm of
Messrs. C, F, Harrison & Co., Ltd.,
is being done, the Manager of the
furniture and showroom depart-
ments, Mr. R. B. Moulder, told
the “Advocate”. yesterday.

Most of the furniture at pres-
ent in stock has been bought
from outside joiners, he said, but
the staff of the woodworking de-
partment of the firm, of about a
dozen men; undertake the carry-
ing out of special orders. Ship-
ments of the furniture were from
time to time sent to Bermuda and
other West Indian islands.

The furniture business has been
carried on by the firm for many
years. The firm’s workshop
ceased its activities in 1946 but
started again last year, Mr. Moul-
der said. He was pleased to say
that there had been a steady in-
crease in sales over the last six
years Pl
“This method of buying furni-
ture from outside along with the
employing of workmen in the
firm’s. workshop, provided em-
ployment for quite a number of
people, he said, and he hoped the
encouragement that had been
given would be continued.

8 LANES

Apart from Prince
Henry and Shepherd
which stretch right across Broad
Street, there are eight Lanes
branching out from Broad Street
on the left and right of the road.
These are Higginson, Philadel-
phia, Liverpool, Lancaster, Man-
chester, and Bolton Lanes, Lukes
Alley and Middle Street.
The largest Alleys, such as Bol-
ton Lane, Middle Street, Shepherd
Street and lower Prince William
Henry Street come in useful as
parking areas but the others are
too narrow and only serve as
short cuts to either the Wharf or
a reet. /
a ey a continuation of
Busbey’s Alley, is a wayside fruit
and vegetable market and many
shoppers can always be amn, B°
ing into this Alley to purchas
these commodities. f ‘
The other Alleys come in use-
ful generally on Saturday —_—
During this night many drun e
around the City are laid to +
in these Alleys until the Sun -
morning, when they awake and

find themselves far away from
home.





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Hospitalised

Sitting up and reading a Life
magazine in Room 4 of Pay Ward
23-year-old London fireman
Francis Elias (Jack) Neighbour
told the Advocate yesterday in an
interview that he likes Barbados—
she little he has seen—and is fee! -
ing fine sinte an operation was
performed on his right foot.
Born in Islington, London, Jeck
said he was helping four ship-
mates to carry a filled oil drum to
the upper deck on the Anglo-
Saxon oil tanker “Thelidomus”
when the drum slipped away and
rolled over his right foot erushing
the toes, while they were enroute
from Dakar to Curacao,

As the drum rolled over his tces
he felt a sharp pain and lost con-
sciousness. When he came to him-
self he was lying in the doctor’s
room and noticed that some of his
iriends were staring down at him
anxiously, He. believed that he
was unconscious for quite a time.
About 8 pm. the evening Dr.
E. W. Saatrube from the “Cottica”
came over to the “Thelidomus”
and gave him an injection in his
right arm which soothed the pain
which was beginning to give him
a headache.

He was later removed to the
“Cottica” and was given injections
quite frequently while they were
coming to Barbados. Although
this was his first operation he did
not feel uncertain of himself
because somehow he knew that
everything would go well

As far as he has been told al!
the toes on the right foot excep‘
the big toe have been ampu atc:

He is also a good bee bop dancer
but how good he will be after this
he does not know. However he
will follow up the hot bands an:
continue to collect Gilles,
records.

Although he cannot move around
lie is not bored as he is receiving
books and magazines and many
other things from sympathisers.

He has three brothers two in the
Army and one in the Royal Navy.
He has been a fireman for fe
and a half years four of with
were spent in the Royal Navy
a he joined the Merchiént

avy.

Five Elected
To C.S.A: Council

The Civil ae Association
balloted yesterday for the election
of five members to t%ie Council,
following nominations made at
the Annual General Meeting on
February 25.

The result of the poll show Mr.
E. L. Morris first, Mr. C. R. C.
Springer second, Mr. R, A. Clarke:
third and Mr. F. H. Barker and
Mr. H. Coulston tying for fourth
place

Cost Of Living
Up Two Points

The Island’s cost of living went
up two points in February over
the figure for January, latest fig-
ures released by the Labour De-
partment reveal. The figure for
January was 228, That for Feb-
ruary was 230, using 100 as the
figure in September 1939.

Increase in all items since Sep-
tember 1939 is placed at 130 per
cent, Increase in food only is at
116 per cent.







Commissioners Will
Stay 3 Yrs. Longer

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
KINGSTON.

The Governor with the appro-
val of the Secretary of State for
the Colonies has extended the
term of Mr. W. A. Calver’s ap-
pointment, as Commission#:s of
Police, Jamaica, for a _ furvher
period of three years.

In 1948 Mr. Calver was appoint-
ed Commissioner for a period of
two years to carry out re-organi-
sation of the Police Force on lines
which he had recommended. This
re-organisation is not yet com-
pleted, and it is with a view vo
enabling the Commissioner to fin-
ich his task that the extension of
his term has been approved,



Dutch Help British

(Barbados Advoctae Correspondent.)

GEORGETOWN
The people of Nickerie, second
town of Surinam, Netherlands

Guiana, on the Corentyne River
(B.G.-Surinam border) have sent
a cheque for $2,242 to the Mayor

of Georgetown’s Central Flood
Relief Fund. This is another
example of the Dutch people's
good-neighbour policy towards

British Guiana.

In a telegram to the Town Clerk,
Georgetown, the District Commis-
sioner at Nickerie said.—‘“The
people of Nickerie consider it
their duty to their closest neigh-
bour by collecting a sum of $2,242
as an expression of their sincere
sympathy for the people of the
flood area.”





SUNDAY

C.D.C. To Erect
$2 Million Saw
Mill In B.G.

(Barbados Advoctae Correspondent.)
GEORGETOWN.

Mr. P. ©. Edmeades, General
Manager of the Colonial Devel-
opment Corporation in British
Guiana announced at a _ Press
Conference on Tuesday that he
has received the “go ahead” sig-
nal from London headquarters,
and 25 acres of land at Pin.
Houston, two miles from George-
town on the East Bank of the
Demerara River, have been pur-
chased for the erection of a giant

saw mill which it js estimated
will cost in the vicinity of $2
million, ’

Clearing of the land has

actually begun and the erection
of the Saw Mill will be com-



ADVOCATE



Poll On Leopold
Has Weakened
Belgian Throne

THE Belgium referendum — I
almost said by-election-—on King
Leopold’s return has been half-
drama, half-farce. One thing is
clear—the most stable and un-
questioned monarchy on the Con-
tinent has been grievously weak-
ened as 2 result.

When the issue of Leopold’s
conduct during the war first in-
flamed Belgian politics, there was

never any question about the
monarchy.
The Belgians have an almost

Victorian adulation for their Royal
Family. Royalty in Belgium has
united the dour Flemish-speaking
population with their more fiery
French-speaking compatriots.

pleted in about two years. It

will be the mest modern saw
mill in the Colony and will be

electrically -driven.

In a Message to the Legislative
Council on January 5 last, Gov-
ernor Sir Charles Woolley said:
“IT am pleased .. . to lay before
you a letter which I have receiy-
ed from Lord Trefgarne, Chair-
man of the Corporation, announc-
ing his Board’s decision to such
a project—timber development—
together with a Memorandum
from the Managing-Agents sum-
marising the principal features
and implications of this great
scheme, Which is by far the larg-
est and most comprehensive plan
for the development of the Col-
ony’s timber resources’ ever
actually attempted. . . . Its first
phase alone will involve the in-
vestment of over $5 million in
a great modern mill capable, with
its most up-to-date machinery,
of handling 40 to 50,000 tons of
logs a year and an extraction
plant of the latest type, many of
which will be completely new to
the Colony.

Not Isolated

“This great timber develop-
ment scheme,” Sir Charles added,
“is not to be regarded as an iso-
lated project but as part of the
general programme for develop-
ment of the interior envisaged in
the Evans Commission, which in
fact also proposed the participa-
tion of the C.D.C. which has now
come about...”

Mr. Edmeades disclosed, at the
Press Conference that the Cor-
poration’s main base for opera-
tions in the Bartica Triangle will
be at Winipiru, a river about 25
miles above Bartica and a tribu-,
tary of the Essequibo, which was
recently acquired from Booker
Bros., McConnell & Co., Ltd.

Timber will be carried to Wini-
piru by giant lorries, and can-
veyed from there to Georgetown
by motor barges. “A year from
now Winipiru will be a busy in-
dustrial centre.” c

The Saw Mill at Houston will
have an 8-hour daily imput of
130 cubic tons of logs. It was
planned to get the long delivery
equipment first on order because
it was no use getting machinery
down which would not be used
immediatey, and in addition
there would be no place to put
it.



£4 Fine For
Cigarette Thief

A fine of £4 to be paid in
monthly instalments was imposed
on Goulbourn Morris of Dean's
Village and a porter of Knighs
City Pharmacy yesterday by His
Worship Mr. E, A. McLeod, ;

He was found guilty of stealing
10 tins of, Ardath cigarettes valued
at $8.80 and the property of
Knights Civ’y Pharmacy. :

He was given an alternative o!
two months’ imprisonment.

Olivet To



Calvary

Maunder’s beautiful and solemn |

Passion Cantata “Olivet to Cal-
vary” will be rendered by the St.
Michael Cimbined Choir conduct
ed by Mr. Egbert S. McClean at
Holy Trinity Church, St.
of which the Rev. O. E. Jones.
M.A. is the Vicar, on Palm Sun-

day April 2nd at 4 p.m. The soloists

will be Miss G. Crichlow, Mrs
Egbert McClean and Mrs. Victori:
Arthur, Sopranos : Messrs. Noel

Elder and Sydney Denny, Tenors :

Messrs. Vernon Ellis and Thomp
son, baritone.
accompanied on the organ by
Messrs A. F. A. Clairmonte and
Clement St. John.

Obituary

Mr. A. A. Tudor

The death of Mr. Alfred Austin
Tudor took place at the General
Hospital on Monday and he was
buried the following day at St.
Mr. Tudor was
Boys’
He was em-
ployed with the firm of James A.
Tudor and was respected by all
vhe staff. Mr, Tudor was interest-
ed both in his work and public
His sickness lasted only
On the whole he was

Barnabas Church.
educated at Shrewsbury
School, St. Philip.

affairs.
four days.

genuine and always seemed to be
quiet. :

He leaves to mourn his wife,
Mrs, Iris Tudor, seven sons and
two daughters.

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SO —™— oo:

Few Republicans

The result is that republican-
ism is almost non-existent in
Belgium.

It is this adoration of the Royal
Family which explains the fact
that Leopold still has more than
half the couhtry behind him,
despite his wartime behaviour —
and, even more serious, his un-

pepular wartime marriage to a
commoner, fhe beautiful Miss
Lilian Baels.

The working class took the
uncompromising view—‘The king
should have’ married one of his

own class.”

Leopold widened an issue which
at first concerned only himself
personally, into one concerning
the monarchy.

Strident Posters

It was Leopold who insisted on
this referendum. It escaped him
that once a king becomes the sub-
ject of an election, he ceases to
be a king; he becomes the head of
a party.

The Leopold referendum was 2.
bitter personal trageay tur me}
Belgian Royal Family. The
strident posters exploiting the
memory of the late Queen Astrid
against her husband must have
caused considerable pain to the
aged Queen Mother.

Meanwhile, Brussels has main-
tained its almost legendary sense
of luxury.

Even visitors from Paris are
overwhelmed by the scale on
which plenty has been lavished







on the modest-sized capital.

in Brussels
alone, if
need

It is advisable
never to eat out
because the menus
hands to hold them.

It
covers a_rest&urant
menu can be read
half an hour.

only
four!

is with relief that one dis-
where
less than

in

20-year-old Tunes
After feasting prosperous])
dance at arm’s length to 193:
tunes played by a gipsy strin
quartet, or go to one of the in
numerable lace curtain bars.
Prices have soared so much tha
the most obvious economy for :
visitor is to eat only once a day
Footnote. — The British Am
bassador’s residence has an at
mosphere of British restraint. Th
door to the visitors’ bathroom i
so small that when Mr. Bev:
visited Brussels recently the Em
bassy had to be told his measure
ments in case he could not enter
the room.

citizens adjourn to night clubs t |
}

L—.E.S.

RHEUMATISM

“and agonising |
| BACKACHE



Lh




GONE!

Sufferers from
rheumatism will

Obstinate

be interested in
complaints the experience |
related in 8 |

relieved by man's letter :—
“Some years
KRUSCHEN ago I began to |

feel rheumatism
in my arms and shoulders. Then
pains started in the small of my
ack, increasing until they were
really severe. bought a bottle
of Kruschen and was surprised to
find that I got a little relief. I
bought another and before it was
finished all my pains had gone
and from that day have not
Spepared again. My ins were
obstinate and the relief really
surprised me."’—T.R. |
Rheumatic pains and backache
are usually the resv't of poisons
in the blood—poisons which lazy
bowels and tired kidneys are
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Referendum Will
Decide For B.G.

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, March 25.
British Guiana will decide by
referendum whether or not to
federate with the West Indies if
the legislature approve the motion
tabled in the Council by the Hon.
John Carter.

The motion urges Government
to take all possible publicity
measures to launch a three-month
campaign to educate the public
on the full implications involved
in joining or abstaining from
federation before taking a colony-
wide vote on the issue.

The federation report has stirre<
up lively controversy and severa
largely attended meetings are
being held in roadway clubs ana
organisations debating the cas:
for and against.



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Unification Of Public Services Report

THE report of the Commission the person so appointed must | t which full time service ili that, because we are alive to the ic salary for comparable poSis, sional services; ¢.g ‘
on the Unification of Public Ser- a man of indepenaence oi min e necessary after this period, imperfections of any system of throughout the area, and common service, (sé@ paragraph 34 he
vices in the Caribbean, concludes and of discretion. His usefuine but we are clearly of unification which fall hort { conditions in respect of leave, Report), owing to difference
with this insialment to-day. as a member of the Commission that, in the light of the l federation, we consider the prin- passages and pensions.” Later in the professional qualifications re-
Referring to Establishment would seriously be impaired ii ler our proposal | ciple of inification not the draft despatch he suggests quired in the various territories;
officers the report says:— he were to regard himself as a “evoly on him, the estab! - worth rsuing On the that, in the first instance, unificay but these difficulties s 10uld ‘not
ine size of the territories with delegate of the Federation and ™ent m«¢ r must be engaged, contrary, given good-will and tion should be considered in rela- be exaggerated. I cannot believe
which we are concerned does not responsible to that body tor his © nployed unerated on a ready co-operation on the part of tion to only five specific services. that colonies which are p pared
{ admit of the appointment of an actions, The need for discretion full-time 4 the Governments of the several I have assumed that it is because to accept the principle of ete
officer of such status in each of is even clearer. Discussion on = ne Eo eh Mate nd f 1 close territories, we believe that ac- he foresees difficulties in achiev- tion will be unable to gree On
; ther. But whatever form closer the relative merits of civil servahts ae es . - lal cost oF ceptance of our proposals would ing a uniform grading of posts and bagi ory ye cing vr eda
association of the colonies in the are highly confidential matters Salnienianed ‘sp ie eh ot only represent a substantial common basic salaries that ths Posts | for w uch or See
Cariboean area may take, the which should, in no cireumstances, joing tha abd eta ae aed Oa by eres the number of services which he su a a dinar tat i éahednied
resulting changes in the internal be disclosed to any outside person. traye) wil] et : Sete. whic now from the gests for immediate unification + The sasttaa ‘of present holders. of You can light up without fear



sonomy of the civil services T i idence which « is low ¢ $ ; z : , ;
ange AS a ppointineltt . Le ra . tieinns te eet coe allow f paid cruitment and promof on than at does nat consider so great 1 mea ts which were scheduled would of smoke-stained teeth, if you
wi @ X s < oca personnel 1 the West present obtains, might well pave - : itv an i - f course, be prejudiced, ex- se Nic toot! x
a. i : = 4 : ; sigy . : z i ains, migi é ure niformity to be an indis nt, Of course, be prejudiced, C3 use Nicota, the toothpaste that
a, regional anes = ao Enel appointment of a serving civil Indies are on a higher level the way for the extension of the Nemenie condition of unification, cept that they could not be, con lights up your a Nicota
nls. seed tt aes teri ooo oe se [ot é tabne Mian ‘hose obtaining in the federal principle. We have pos- this ‘argument for restricting uni- sidered for promotion to any other with its clean, fresh flavour,
ive» If ultimately a federal been represented to us that there [pj tie aa aN ee ated ¢ -will ¢ ‘ _ tis. Megs) he p33 gle : : De, katie le with an, fresh »
| perativ Db Pp United Kingdom, we estimate tulated good-will and ready co- footion to certain services cdovs-scheduled post until they had a iisets unsightly nicotine stain,

part of our proposals. In earlier that, in certain

paragraphs of this chapter, we some difficulties might arise from ing on a full-time basis, be of

ties which will devolve upon him 1 discussions
duties which incidentally will merits of senior

fave-touched oh some of the du-’t).e participation of a civil servant . fy 5 4
! yn the relative ‘ ‘ ae nes ; ’ ;
With Conclusion taken as an earnest of the inten- that the general standard of the : i .

officers

necessit:
ellit

his prévious experience of estab- yassment would
lishment matters should be of federation if it

from these duties, any we consider























Government should be set up, he would be difficulties in arranging that the cost of salaries of mem- Operation. If these are lacking,
would “be the servant of that for the secondment of a serving pers and of the staff of the Com- and if our proposals are examined
Government. In the meantime, officer and the payment of salary mission, ren
his membership of the Public {o the officer replacing him during dation, travelling expenses. and Jf : ;
Service Commision is an integral the period of secondment, and also subsistence allowances will, so ance of the existing privileges and ject of unification that the field ci I know of no service in the area

great deal of Wav~ these views we are in agreement,
that no embai
be
yere ial awh t vices oul
were laid doWN we do not doubt, but we venture Vices would i

ioe , ) who are in it. I therefore consid-
‘mat } a ; involve, and to ex- °" that no service should be ex-
istant he { i nust no : geloditcly - ». ‘luded from unification unless
3 3 t ; gr ae iia oa * ok Pro- there are positive reasons for
gior hen i aile pt be a serving civil servan perfections reflect the fact that Posals put forward to that end. It oing so.





SUNDAY ADVOCATI Be ad SUNDAY MARCH 9,

em ate nace b, 4s)























ved. ond that adoption of a wider basis of re- not Jarger. As the Commission





not apply. quired the necessary qualifications yet contains no harmful abra-

: ; * (4) “The service should be on ie ces oie
ommo-. in a parochial spirit and with The Area which offers advancement ~~ Nicots keeps your teeth
us insistence on the mainten- I regard it as the principal ob- from one grade to another.” really white from morning to
i , night. Get a tube today,

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tal of office ac




7 * aaa ‘ : a f Siok Meee a ele a ks lt Tae ith T cies
circumstances, long as the Commission is work- De raautsn. edn eee — ween aor ea a » Sadie - in which all the posts are of equal
staat : : ularly those which are now usually responsibility. It is by no means



the order of £25.000 a year possibility. The proceedings at filled by local promotion, shall be
Montego Bay may, however, be the area instead of the colony,






We have now discharged to the tion of the Governments to ac- service will be raised and better
best of our ability the task im- ¢ePt, in principle, that measure ospects will be offered to those
posed upon us. That imperfec- Of closer association which unifi-

“aused t the ; ~
Caused tO ti tions will be found in our report

ation of some of the public ser-





























































great t ; xe Commis it their representative must NOU to suggest that some of these im- @â„¢Mine dispa
advise individual colonies on the Expedient any system of unification that !5 1" the hope tant aga neers” L cannot accept the criteria cf
proposed establishment of adm We Hav given careful con- falls short of complete fusion is, ™€® lations na mt or _ Suc h va ification in paragraph 29 of the
istrative posits (vide paragrapi deration to the question whether in the root meaning of the word, 2â„¢nation that we submit our re- port for the following reasons.
65), and also in determining the ere should be iny direct imperfect, that is to say, unfin- POT . F Ps Seidel iat
z ue ‘ oy : oe a? aie TRIC . or convenience the criteria arc
relative weight which should be )epresentation of individual col. ished. A unified service is, at MAURICE HOLMES, uoted.)
attached to merit and seniority nies on the Commission. One a i more +nan a half-way Pp FP iu“, (1) “The service should be one Is NE VER IUS
in the making of promotion xpedient which we considered house between separate services Al err. which exists in most, if not - hh LUCK!
| Generally speaking, it 15 true t as the addition to the Commis- for each territory and a federal : men all, of the colonies.”
: } : arvice. and we s lac anu, Ss.
iy say of these colonies, as vi yn of two persons, each repre- Service, and we should be lacking S. A. STONE, pharmace Wary. taut seivings. to \
units in the Colonial E1 C ntin in individual colony ! candour if we failed to expres (British Honduras) this deed ‘not pDly ne oie
its 1 t Olonial kmpire, u « 2g ar ( é ; lor : - er i. te satan 7 - E TEs aT hie s 2g ¢ y,¢ -
f too much weight is attac Te 1ese members retiring after one on sonetiinae fi r th ae Tt i oS ae oe these—forestry—is recommend- that lovely }
av fry Ss stit > fo the latter ne Jame é wee - - . . ‘ y y ~ oy tek ll .
t seniority and too little to merit. or two years to make room for Pablic Service “Gamenieor ai D. L. MATHESON | in the Report for immediate la vely head of hair you admire (and
Now it is obviou ae : the repre aE Cape Wis BA ee have no control ower the ope of Leeward Islands) ification. But apart from this I envy! her :
will entirely tail Colones SUCH (Sit Arran genes iy service that may be unified J. O°CONNOR, visage the Public Service Coin- envy.) in others is never Just luck, but the
j umless merit is the d aaa og gab: ab thing +h, ov the number of personnel em- (Trinidad & Tobago) sion as the body responsible : :
dxétor, atid @ higher the p stimu iting and ss ‘intaining ployed in it. The contin a VN. A. DATE, making all senior appoint- reflection of constant care and attention
in tne official nierachy U beet Ae jeer + ce ee at oA at that atters will remain with the Gov- (Windward Islands) nts in the area. The alterna- et
i PER: BeRLy> ASPET’ this np stad a uld | " fe : ernment of each colony and will H. P. GOODWYN ive, which I do not consider sat-
from advantages which will “us advantage would be fe xxercised by it at its discre- (Secretary ) factory, would be the advertise- A goad S i Sacks
) advantags than overweighed by the disad- ” ex rei b it its dis¢ re ; Sa pag fist yg et Pn ce A good SHAMPOO is the beginning of all hait
accrue to the services from th f If the colony representa- “OM and in accordance with its 10t! » 1949 t in each colony in the area
¢ intages. If the colony represer ¢ “0 ‘On t} Ss ec ote of reservation v “h vac? “vy as i nO 3
selection of the best ( “ . resources Consequer here each vacancy as it occurs. tree : fs
eS vere eials > woul 1 . ow _ reatments ... g - y
job, the several Gover te tives o- offic am the y B UC will be no assurance ny uni- \Oe We JUSTICE D. E. JACK 2) “Tne service should be one begin to day with, , ,
acquiesce more rea the need to 7. ae Se ee anon ak Ree service e | adapted SON. the tember for Brit the officers in whith nor-
a““ ing ne VC ye very difficu ’ ' ; ¥, the € [ rit *
import n of « I it nS one > wo : ; = . : o the need e unit on whic Guiana. was unable to mally look to advancement
col if they are satisfied tha - = ae a : 1 unihic sad is based, namel ne sign the report owing t n that service and in no
they are the best Hable. s.. other hand ti were unof iar nee a , ibsence r the Ur ther
Indeed, their acceptance of our (j51. nominated by the legi pene LL el if. eeu Ss Ki He has, however explanation given for this \
propésal eed ; , . 1 a »Y leg , that this or tha rvice should be nar the eport in. draft on appears to be a strong
FOpOsa , Tegal ‘ An . res t is ficult to s “ > 76 I it is not OY i . 7
cent wel mend or the ; ture it i ne e¢ federalized, it it i 0 con- ote nisin edi: hin ache I for the unification of
6 Welt Gepen : a uM eful contributior they “ » improper , t fer ¢ an Na 1 4 ‘
atisfiet that { i cinie w User a a : ra ceive, impropel ru : o refer to currence in its recommen- e services mentioned, and to sup-
be observed we . bl “ hich tl Bee cages cece ae BY latior port my view that the smaller the
Onper cular problems with wh ! illustration of the point hich y F ‘
iuxpe rience eet ae ed \ ; ' ‘ rotors fee rt weeny ’ ervice the greater the benefit OM
xperience mmission will be fac i ne have just made the medical y 2 i
; j oe nification will confer. My impres .
ne Bind metnvet of the C stive of lifting all 1 rvices were uni -are sa- Note of Reservation ‘nication will confer. My impres- 4
- m7 f th “es ‘ ed that dvant vould ion i la ine h 5) fe hie i 4 ( ‘ .
consid en cdu- be jeopardised, Second! e from the widening of th By Mr. P. F. CAMPBELL ca ghee = ae lr Whesteiy perhcnest Lastite 1
a oO e tl f lec yn for fi wWpoint ' ins irtments necessitatec dV ¢ Tibd taste ty Une hair
watt ; rere nall size of the establishment ;
oa ee , t ! yuld ; in te ond the limited field of selection ‘a ARSE TIONS,
ni ’ 4 a per st ; ; ae , 1 situation which would be rem- 4 ecu Nan and apply the ae t ;
auat \ Mice serving sel ne ; 30 of died by unification Gee a rete ather ane Delightful cocoanut oi! shampoo scientifically
entry re a 6p thos i} d . - 7 (3) “The service should be one
unified dete iiehi tot thi ; : foe , , ; in which the qualification treated to remove all the cocoanut smell and
a task U me I te : tte hict { ; ’ A for entry and advancement
1\ Ca € t \ t t r . , . . 1 ‘ 2 ire ”) g , ing .£ ‘ .
a , nding re th \ er De 1d ; ' : ri re, broadly speaking, Of an pecially suitable for normal or dry hair,
unae ! ( 1 Cet ber tt ( Welfar rgar tio ‘ the we , . . equivalent standard .
cate \ Higher 1 Cernif part e! r t it is of to POs eSD This really only applies to the
cate Exan iti ed | “sad i 5 : 4 vat indiv ial Government ( ‘ ‘l= professional and technical er- m s
Universit examining bodie ippropriate Ad ul tte reject h ivice if they think fit ! , . ee vices; in others all that is normall) On Sale at all Good Stores
the Unite Kingd examin ir i aletney ‘ Sj These defects, which are inherent Vice Commiss required is a certain standard oi
tions which constitute useful yard- jarty when federalized sé a syste I ition, would In his draft despatcl 1e See~ general education and an indica-
aticks of educational achievement vice is under onsideratior itomatically sappear if a fed- retary of State « isages nified tion of aptitude for the work.
—will cease to exist in their preaqd of the servic , } eral medi rvic ere eat ervice vith 1 uniform system There may be difficulties at the
present forms in 1951. It is | 1] Naas shoul tte Direc -General of Medical of posts, a common bas- start inoneor woof the prter —————_—_—_——__STOKES 4 BYNOE LTD.~AGENTS.
desirable that this member should pas; it The ( mer ice ia D I 4 position = - - —— siailihaaiepitaibciabeniciataian
be conve n ih educatic f ourse, require the eY ‘ ignamery : wah Ey 7 :
econditi i ‘ t loi of in ippropriat ecret ] © appropriate » the needs of
stitut , lerica nd typir fy the Cart in rea, a ervice
of the ¢ ‘ f . hich woul r le ecialist
qualif Not Easy yo rvice bey nd_ bot
the requiremen ind the mear
ow t M t find ( t ad 7 j hal clonic Again,
= ; , ' on the ume ¢ t fe | Government would be
\ tssential , i in a
esse | Con me e estir , federal nds the nece -
dvance of Tape
al ¢ ppor i . : x
ce { ict a aS to which ea of the val *
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ans eration for the first year or t\ , velopment of medical and he
= I approve the full time of the Cor i faciliti throughout the regior
a. ' ’ particularly as during this 1 ) objective
or : Government be the member will need to of attainment und
establishe no by the considerable amount of travelli present ¢ unitie
Secre State ere ji from colony to colony O Co-operation
ne e can how the exter Bu i ( r } )
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SUNDAY

\pprentice Boy Now Furnishes



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ABUTLER’S TABLE complete

wit





h serving tray has been designed

and built for Mr. Tree by Mr, Walcott.



x

A CARD TABLE designed and bu
Walcott,
rnc

Arrives In France







PARIS.
Sen t Augusto Ramire Viore
the new ( lombian Ambassador
10 Franc ‘ , ‘
ee Dan aan a at z eae
accompa . 1 he Ambas ador Was
Mariela On., Ne ui wile, Senora
ampo de Ramirez, He i
cr of the Colombian 1
ve Part
Wn write Reuter,

Alka-Seltzer brings pleasant relief
me offers you First Aid
the a want it most — relieves
aa et-effects of late hours and

Tindulgence in food and drink.
°P one or two tablets in a glass

wi ; . a

dr vater and watch it fizz. Then
10k it down

tas "

2 sting, not a laxative Brings y«

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Executive and Friedberg line, which cros

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Russians Arrest
‘Two Hungarians

VIENNA
Dr enior officials of the Hun-
1 State railways were ari
guard on Austrian

t



a Russian :

oil esterday, official Austrian
sources reported today. The offic-
lar week-

els were making a regu
Stel

anger-



y inspection of the

ana



re-crosses the Aus jeo-Hungarian








Tubes of ers
12 & 30 tablets.

Seltzer





much needed American
dollars.
frontier and is therefore super-
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Hungarians
Although they produced vac
Hungarian passports, a Russia!
guard arrested them In pive of
protest by Austrian railway
official with them, the sources said
The two officlé yere reported
ded over to the Russian Kom-
ndatur Oberwart Burgen-
aturé I
lans.—Reuter



Above is seen Mr, FIIZ-_
WILLOUGHBY WALCOTT,
48 year old joiner and ship-
wright of Porter's, St. James.
who has been designing
furniture for the past 20
years. Mr. Walcott has
been mainly responsible
for the designing and mak-
ing of furniture for the resi-
dence of Mr. Ronald Tree,
former Conservative Mem-
ber of Parliament.

Mr, Tree has recently put
forward a scheme whereby

cuch craftsmen as Mr.
Walcott may profit, by de-
signing and manufacturing
furniture locally for ship-
ment to the United States
in order to earn U.S, dol-
lars. Beside the furniture
in Mr.T ree’s residence, Mr.
Walcott has helped to fash-
ion and build furniture and



fittings for many well
known homes in St. James
end other parte of the
island.

Mr, Tree's plan to ship
locally made furniture to
the United Staies should
do much to boost Barbados
craitsmanship, provide em-
ployment for many and at
the same time bring in







ACQUITTED

HANOVER,
A British

jritish Zone

Occupation

Court

against ill-health,

«ira nourishment

ilatable too

- KEPLER’

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SE

mann,
Li

harge
the
powe1

a strengthening food for
there’s goodness in ‘Kepler’ for all the

: ntains vitanins A and D and gives
Its sweet, malty flavour

yesterday

CLOSE UP of Mr. Tree’s Study showing a Tea Table in centre which is another sample of Mr.
The Table is set on a carpet designed with several circles.

cott’s craftsmanship.

HERE IS A STONE TABLE
by a local craftsman.

acquitted” R
t Deput

Parliament f



Communi
Saxony
of vit

position of the pati

Reuter

wel

Keen Competition
In Wool Sales

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the card shows a downward trend
the unfortunate youth can pre-
pare for trouble

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administer the birch, the master
can order “lines” to be written,
but the real discipline in
College lies in the hands of the
boys themselves. Oppidans’ hous-
es are run by the house captain
and a small committee of pre-
fects. Discipline in the College
is in the hands of the Captain
of the School and nine other mem-
bers of the Sixth Form. But even
more important than these is th«
“Pop”, a_ self-elected society of
20 or so members with extremely
wide powers and privileges

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means that junior boys undertake
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to use properly. Innumerable so-
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according to his individual tastes.
The Musical Society is about the
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for the small boys to join, but
the Natural History Society, a
more recent institution, is prov-

ing a great favourite. The Politi-
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ding politicians.

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out so many boys who have be-
come famous men as Eton. The
English poets, Shelley and Swin-
burne, the English statesmen,
Lord Melbourne and Gladstone
were old Etonians. Those who have

passed through its classrooms
usually return to visit their old

school on Founder’s Day or on
the Fourth of June when the fam-
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% us Ww . . ‘ oe | Available April Ist. Apply Mrs. J. A R. S. FRASER, Behe Adina Mac, Sch Zits Wonita Pehert Thom Led. rem NORTHBOUND Barbados Barbados Bost sore Arrives
rth ti e ia the; Skinner. Phone 4064 Parochiai Treasurer, Schooner a Ceetanie LADY RODNEY wy A sie a onn Hatiter
iii (4 g oe 26.3.50—2n reer ae St. John. | Cyril EB. Smith, Sch. Anitall, ing. a aes : I 5 6b: Bas Beye Ma etn Apr — i ag

a ——— .3.50.—3n, Freedom Fleary, Sch, Turtle Rove. § Schooner’s cs “ADY RODNEY 8t 1 + ite May i

i | “DUD-LEE—Gitten's Ra., Govt. Fi — ————_————— | Frmeline, SS. Aleoa Pilgrim, Sch. Philip DEPARTURES a | s acai | CADY NELaOR on ee rae ‘ th June = 7 wh oy
: Newly renovated. Drawing Room, Din NOTICE H. Davidson, Sch. Sunshine P.. Sc} Schooner Providence Mark, 39 ton | poNn’r WORRY YOURSELF A “ADY RODNEY 27th 29th 5 8th July Ist Jun :
hale jing Room, two Bedrooms, Bath, Kitchen Belqueen, $.S. Atlantien, M.V. Fer Capt: Ollivierre, for Trinidasl. Con- MOVING a Ju 7tn Aug —— 10th July

t jette. Apply F. Jordan, C/o Advocat — i ‘ land gnec, Schooner Owners’ Association LET US TAKE CARE OF ALL iii cas — Sth Aug
IN MEMORIAM Office 26 .3.50—1n The vacant positions advertised by us YOUR WORRIES N.B.-Subject to change without noti ‘ Uy 7
i — for Steno-typist and assistant in Insur- Personal Supervision Assured bers. Passenger Far a ta ice. All vessels fitted wi
LILIAN| ERIN-VILLE—Jemmott’s Lane. App: | anee department, have now been filled IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION Phone 3309 | es and freight rates on app Heation gol omg,
‘ aN Mick to Mrs. Forde “Sea View". Upn« R. M. JONES & oy se. ‘ , RARBADOS FURNITURE REMOVER GARDINER AUSTIN &)
“i } 7 Pay St. — O7 site Bay Mansion .3.50.—2n. re ‘
aoe ; . mer Pe Cable and Wireless (West Indies) td. Myrtle Bnak, S. Virgilio, Fort De Franc S$. CODRINGTON, & CO,, LTD, Zs
eer ; vinsnieniliapicolsieatiias advise that they can now communicate np, hia, Spurt, Resseggen, Duran 19.3.50—t.t.n. Aru
‘ APARTMENT Unfurnished Ground- BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE with the following shins throust i g Fetes: iin Argentina, Mieuw. Britton’s X Rd. oO
oe pea nas ment, near town and Club Barbados Coast Station Usodimare, Dolores, Canadian \ oS Ui treo ee = met
; a ), Wilhelen No Pe ne eee For further par- ASSOCIATION S$.S. Marinne, Mapiretryiie, A I Seumdinavia, presifets, ig are tha apa a Bier, SS
ae , Ri iculars 3696 eris, Charitasa, Esso Rotterds Gas. Alcoa Patriot, Cavina, aas, Sundia.. | AER will
5 (ehabes :' Wood 26.2,50—t.£.n Election of Council members cogne, Auricula, M/S Fredrika c* Sunray, Canadian Challenger, Leme R | Estate |}} ecept Cargo and Passengers for as A
°6.3.50—1n so 2 sone, Polling for the election of five member r, Silver Plane, CGC. G Athel Prince, Ninella, Kaipaki, For ta St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada,
hom iNeohaw Ranger,
ropy “FARAWAY” St. ‘Philip. Const . Fully to serve on the Council for the year! Geirulu, Stella Polaris, Talea, Colister, Dauphin, Faisterbohus, Imperial Toronto Aruba, sailing Wednesday 22nd :
IN loving memory of our dear belove: | furnished, 3 bedrooms, 3 servants rooms,| 1950, will take place in the Lobby of A March
‘ . FRANK HENRY GAY who depart | carpark, lighting plant, water mill.] the Legislative Council Chamber, Public ency The M.v. CARIBBEE will ac- USE
re tee M: oth 1ME Bathing beach From May Ist. Dial] Buildings, on Saturday the 25th March, cept Cargo and Passengers for
\ q@'this life March 26th 1948. oar 1980, , between the hours of 10 am. and iesctins Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, HASTINGS,
i Yo one to fill his place “NEW HAVEN”, Crane Coast fully fur-] 4 \ Il Sain nevis. Salling Friday EXCELLENT cuignyp aut

+ : we loved him dearls nished, 3 bedrooms, 3 servants’ rooms The. following Candidates have been FOR RENT 24th March.

PA T naith. ate de tine ‘aed double garage, lighting plant, wate) | nominated :— i The Schooner LAUDALPHA FULLY
} ver to be remembered by Ag G mill, Superb bathing beach. Dial 447/ Miss D. FORDE N Yact will accept Cargo and Passengers R stom

a «\. Blaine Gay, Marrie Harra November, December. Mr. F. H. BARKER FURNISHED HOUSE, Near Ya for St. Lucia, sailing Tuesday 2ist ATES; $5.00
{ (mothe ) gee cp 19.3.50—t.f.nf]} Mr. H. CoULSToY Club for six months from May 8th hecs., Der Day g:
} es 26.3. 50——11 Bie: Ie he adults only all modern conveni Upwards
‘ LA ’V ee ree ee a = a ae enxes. B.W.I, SCHOONER OWNERS’ ( )

t Paynes Bay, St. James. Apply within. r. A, EB. ARRIVALS—B iss An Morrah, Miss Vicki ISHED COTTAGE on St ASSOCIATION (INC,) Tnelusive
t = 22.3.80—n. | Mr. C. RoC. SPRINGER FROM TRINIDAD A: mam Slee iiicateth Birch, Mix J AUae Coat "ate gue tet a BO TRL. aoa, ©OmERER®: Apply—

4 . ———___ > Ds wrothy 5 : ‘anid: faenille y or ott . ‘

: Bap Re AER MULLINS, St. Peter. Three bedrooms. Mr. L. E Moen rt Barette Pogson, Margery Fullerton, ated Mee A patoved family monthly or Mrs, W. Ss. HOWE,
fi | Tully furnished. Available from May Ist Mrs, M. STUART Howarth, ome” Hubert Howarth Doris S€Y. Miss Joan Pringle, ee trent wise Ne

4 * 0 IOTIVE. Ee for Four months, Apply Ralvh Aspen, Miss E. V. CARTER has wither. Elizabeth Me Otis: tee Tennant eel a. eee Pickering == - “ /

AUTON ardwood Alley, Phone 4683 or 8402, ©) Phipps. wilt y ary, Hildreqg Mrs. Ro ee ee Pei =i

; 25.3.50,—-2n. . red = Montrich; ard, Crrn Miss Jean Taylor, Mr. Charles Peirce,

i CAR—One 1948 10 h.p. Hillman Min . Peeta, Philippa Chae oy euehwell John re br oe Sega is A age i 3 FOR SALE { VISITORS TO OUR ISLAND

j nt order, Apply J. Connell ¢/« BLUE HOUSE, Lucas Street. A de- n Chow, Miriam Van Chase, . John Fernandes M hae ‘ *

: & Connell, Beckwith Pla wrable business stand. With or without! EMILE GALES | rT ye; Meeuerite Brena, John Hare. Sebga, My, John Thomas, Mi avin BLACKMANS—St. Joseph. Stone WHY HAVE BAGGAGE WORRY?

Pie 25.3.5 “tures and furniture. Contact immedi- e wilt hammed Prel, Clarine Niles, Janki, Mr. Ramdath Samaroo, Mr. R house. Standing yy 5 acres re You can leave your B: ith
i i \tely Thani Bros., Prince William Henry FROM O'Neal Mayson. : perches land, dining room, break- y aggage with us for q spatch h by

e GAR—One Rockney. tn good condition | Street. Dia) 3466 25.3.50.—2n. = mow A FOR LA GUATRA Bie ica fast room, 6 bedrooms, Ree regular service. You can be assured of its ome bia
; oe paohiil 3976 oF Me CHURCHILL, Maxwell Coast. Three AUCTION FROM JAMAICA Pade. tin” tun PU Mie. Andon ee servant” quarters, oF: Remember !

ri A rhyiil 8 or 2 4 Mas s arilli, > a garer e
ae ba 24.5 rooms, fully furnished. Available for] UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE. adit: Arnold Martin, Mr. Jacob Joseph Boitel, Mrs. Maria Salazar, Mr. John | crater, eleniviolts tele WE GIVE PERSONALIZED SERVICE {

{ ‘ mediate possession. Apply Ralph A WEDNESDAY 29th. at 1 p.m. Vu Pl ™ Anthony F. Hadned, Mr Habih Groene, Mrs. Raymonde Groene phone : i
t ft I ndard 1939 jel. Known «. | Vcard, Hardwood Alley. Phone 4683 orfi.ANDS, VILLA ROAD Brittons Hi ya, Mr. Jami! Makoul, Col. William FOR ST. KITTS : | PINE HOUSE St. Michae
Rie ee G. Ward, Rock Ha 192 25.3.50.—2n. Jiouble roofed board & shingle hous open. ; W Cmdr Frost, Mr. Manfregh Duk se hee mene ee | P
4 3 amas 24.3.50—b — a i6 x 10 x 8, 20 x 12 x 8 with kitche sl TURES—By BWIAL FOR ANTIGUA WP ceres. dmawing room dining {tt |
‘ i . ceshinaeeiitil MEL) BOURNE, ” Upper Collymore Rock,ficloset, & pal: TERMS CASH O: R TRINIDAD Mr. Phillippe Questel, Mrs Mair \ room, 4 bedreoms, bath, kitchen,

? "AR, St ..H.P. 1948 Model E ner Pine Gap. Dial 3173, 25.3.50—2n. J PALA, OF Mrs. Dottie Eastman, Mr. Edmuhd Questel, Mr. Pierson Archer, Miss z | lerge verandah, water, electricity, | ‘oul -—- PACKERS — & FREIGHT FORWARD
‘ diet Gomattie New Battery, Dial 461 i R. ARCHER McKENZIE, Gywn, Mrs. Pauline Dressl: vr. Walter Mearman, Mr. Kenneth Andrew, M telephone ction by appoint- | Alexander House ERS

: ; 0-—3 STORAGE SPACE, Suitable for mak- "Aaictioneer. Dresslar, Miss Pearl Sellier, Mr. John Genivieve Lloyd-Thomas, Mr. 4 Muse ment only , }

: ; iineteie ti - ing Warehouses. Apply K. R. Hnnte & 2.3.50—3 Brossard, Miss Kay Gill, Miss Vercnica Mn. R. Bartram, Mrs. Jane Bartram | bawen® oN 8th Avenue. Belle- James Street, |
j Si nder, 14 ' ‘o. Lid. Dial 4611 MM. 3 Onpne ——__ ———— | Young, Mrs. Mary Young, Dr. Dario Miss Lilian Howes ROSLY? i house, good condi- Bridgetown. |
| B-seat ustable steer wheel, fo a By instructions I will sell at Cable and | ville. Wood & dining room, Phone 3094, |
spp well aphrrcha rptcget—tan es HOUSE-IN Pine Hill, fully furnished.] Wireless yard, St. Lawrence Gap, on [i tion, Grsrandah, 3 bedrooms, bath, })) |\
{ me o 7 ! iv rom July to October inclusive to ap-f Thursday next 30th March, beginning at Serene closed VEran fae: with fruit trees, | Sea Eee ace tat eee ee i
i A-1 « tion, Dial 2543 #. Byr oved tenant pennenese 1 Apel, 1 o'clock, a collection of Short Pine ‘ ¢ SSS SSS rh a toilet, 1 Sc releate ‘ + | § ”
: 26.3.5 Xob King C/o Alleyne Arthur 0. Li Planks, old lumber, several block stones, is water, elec c (
§ 22.3.50—5n fa collection of Pine Tables suitable for Public Sales Contd, N KENWORTH Pinfold shoes. |
CAR—Ford 10 H.P rood ¢ - enon — [displaying samples or making schoo) MAPLE MA OR Wood house, good condition i We /
Price { R 4492 or 72 I ROOMS—(2)} Cool and comfortablefi desks. Some are 10 ft. long my 2 ft. wide REAL ESTAT! . eet room, three bedr oe " ’
Evelyn. Mc Enearey & C coms in Hastings district, furnished, several cupboard 7x5; chairs, boxes, (5) E GUEST HOUSE kitchen, shower bath, ere.osed ))) |}
i 2 Sr modern conveniences, with orf gasolene drums (3) Lawn Mowers, (1) } ” * eee us } Opposite Hastings Rocks yard. water, electricity |
i itho Dial 2239 26.3.50.—In J Lister Pump & Steel tank capacity 150 ain ARE CHANCES FOR Ww ) I. BOURNE, *KAPLVILLE — Upper Spooners )
CAR-.8. Ford, 1938 gallons and several items of interest. BUYERS | A 3 Bedroom Bungalow Ty; ; Tel.—3021 Manageres: Hill. Two storey house, part stone, }}) |}
Pradshaw, St. Patrick, Ch OFFICE-—Marhill St. next to W. B TERMS CASH ‘t' Worthing Main Rd., Mode: Co 26.6.49—t.f.n part wood, 3 bedrooms, 2 living \ }
26.3.5 Tutchinson & Co. For further particu- D'ARCY SCOTT. tate ae ges naar gage Right of W i rooms, Kitchen, water, electricity ) i
; irs apply W. B. Hutchinson & Co | 243.50,—5n. ‘o Sea, over 6,000 sq. ft., Going or ¢ Dee kas ray
CAR 260. Btandara 1 4 oe TAG rt ABT Ni acepeeeedaret acca ia Coal ine 1,750. Seaside and other Resa cena ao closed, yard $12) Reference }
wo. T 2 , New I have been instructed to sell by auc- | Weiuding Stonewall and a 2 Bedroom| j/ ther particulars from {
soy at p ter el mercer merece tion on Tuesday next the 28th March at Cottage at Hastings; also at Rockley, | ot or AN " CONTROL BOARD'S NOTICE FOR
p kant Phone 8174 2 o’clock on the spot at Strakers Tenan- | Worthing and St. Lawrence. New Re- AT YOUR SERVICE BARBADOS REAL ESTATE { |
26! ¥ act & FOUND try off St. Stephens Church, Black Rock, | ‘forced Concrete Bungalows at Worth- AGENCY |
niente é One newly built 20x12x9 House with J '"g and Top Rock. Stonewall Bungalows |! IN CLEANING, DYEING, Mice Hastings Hotel Lid | OILMEAL TENDERS.
CAR—One Vauxhall 10. 1 Shed 20x9. Kitchen, toilet and pailings, in and also Near Navy and \ | LAUNDERING AND HAT ORCC ne Be \) .
. ee nai a a meas Rincon TERMS CASH Gardens. First Class Apartment | DRESSING ep 26,3.50—1n \}
battery. Dial 2861. Wells at T. Ged LOST D'ARCY SCOTT, yall) Residences at Hastings. | A RAYMOND JORDAN,
a lta oR & EN — —O) he ves ; >» § 24.3.50,—4n. Stonewa ungalow ar a2 Be C Bay Street, O be re Si
ae ——————} san Lane Reach. A pair of Spectacles | ————wmeeeeeenennm | Cottage at Fontabelle. A” stonewaii| || ™* Se
CAR—O 938 Che t vith jured lenses, Reward offered to 1 have been instructed to sell on the] Punghlow Type by the Sea at Lands F
€ ler on returning to Advocate Advt.,[ Spot at King William Henry Street on] City Residences and Business Premise wae f ¢ ° }
GC Ward. “‘Hrer oe 0.—2n. | Wednesday next 29th March at 2 o'clock,| Other Residences Elsewhere inc! | a oF. | r ]
1 if } eet tedeaaate —. | One chattel building which consists of nn fd eee Gare bone | IT’S E | °
f SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series B.0g8°§ drawing and dining room (2) bedrooms, ates an sewhere ontact Py. x oe FOR ty |
knee a return same to Belfield Kitchen and toilet. Land rent $4.00. | Abreu—The Only Man with Good B GOOD to look at! |
} an eyrellz TERMS CASH. and ah Experienced Auctioneer, Pr BETTER io cook on!! |
phonso Green, Dayrells Rd. C@h.Ch y e r a
LIVESTOCK 25.3.50—3r: D'ARCY SCOTT. Eetate Broker & Valier No BLUFFIN ; BEST to own it!!! | i
Auctioneer, | —IF I CAN’T—WHO W ! Dial 3111 or | 2 ee a 7 Ag |
4 rm rt. w ok 200K BA containing a quentity of § 24.3.50.—4n, 2713. Call at Olive Bough, Hastin } IT’S not a riddle REAL ESTATE if PLANTATIONS LTD.-. ents i
: ” r rt ¢ bod the vicinity Of LOW nes | Carter Bros., Tudor St., Ne Aeon | jane te | H
A \ ( s Mie * Proper of N. EB. Reid w | have been instructed by the Commis- | Hall St 2 IT’S The Last Unsold i nrg }
mMease return or notify M ae sioner of Police to sell at Central Station — ret oe White Enameiled Gas Cooker Xo vs ae ee = a =
} ~ . —--- ad, St. James Phone 91—3% A] on Monday next, 27th Mareh at 2 o'clock | 1 DWELLING HOUSE with 1,490 squar. ib aidhie daw Giectas ia)? FS ||
§ T Cur ! ward offered 25 (1) Royal Standard Typewriter, (1) feet of land situate at Spruce Street, as mae ao i |
' { \ does. N Wheel Barrow, (10) Wooden Chairs, (14) Bridgetown. ; Wish aia Gana Hoe dole |B )} For MARL, SAND, ({ Spend your Easter Holiday
i ae 4s ; se ‘f Kegs, a number of Motor Van wheel} 2 DWELLING HOUSE with 2,200 squarc | be at it? AND | } SI A
} ais 2 ib Rims Size 600x168, feet of land situate at Wellington . = a GARDEN MOULD, at LVER WATERS
’ Py ) ¥ F t € A NirED A number of tubes 600x16. Street, Bridgetown. > = eee ere | | Silver Sands |
1 AS A collection of Hub Caps and severalJ3 A PARCEL OF LAND containiny |) — \ j and LIME { ‘ : |
“Ee ae ducniadaiea other items of interest 1,180 square feet situate at Wellingtor }) LADO | For reservation Dial 4462 |
=— D'ARCY SCOTT. Street, Bridgetown. | . {
MECHANICAL Govt. Auctioneer. The above are the properties of Cam- CYC f EC SSO c | Dial 4503 ask for MRS. WHARTON

: siti ent LP 24.3.50,—3n. eron L. Browne and will be set up fo (JOHN M. BLADON) a {
TREADIE MACHINY Binwar wit ————— sale by Public Competition at our Office 3 SPEED GEARS ———— ae = = = {s =
} € verter HOUSEKEEPER —Required capable anc WANT A HOUSE TO BUY IN No. 14 James Street Bridgetown or A LEBARS & B y “DING LAND, St. James. |# | =|
a ; p , Err perienced Housekeeper, full credentials BELLEVELLE? Friday, 31st. March, 1950 at 2 p.m. HANDETBANG ot snchanoaae 2 act ith exc |

c r St qu re ‘Cacrabank", Worthing. Tele- J can sell you ane with 3 bedroom y ret tea an oe the Hen SoeNe. men- oe 28 cco lent sea fronta Unsurpas
, ( e 8148 sg M running water in 2 standing on 1/8 acr toned dwelling houses, apply to the re CARRIE SH s bathing, One of the finest Th Cc b 1 d Pia
wernt ta eee MeEARWOOD & BOYCE HANDLEBAR LEVERS of this ature in the Isl @ e Cumobertan no
- - “ again 3 bedroom house in CITY, with wate a OD & . Ms ae sppartunity for the rig! | ‘ ‘
ae TUTOR to teach two children aged] and electric light, all other conveniences h Solicitors, FRONT FORKS to acquire a lovely and picture | specially constructed for the Tropics,
TRICAL Wr s HIEKSON, Pigeon Island St.] Dial 2947. R. Archer McKenzie 24.3.50—8n. SPROCKETS and CRANKS sque building site > tne
— nelosing I \otograph (ahha 26. 3. 50—2: . } »” iB is a beautiful upright Piano which harmonizes wil mod
as , ae roe ” 26.3.50—2n eS HOUSE—One new, reconstructed hou _ aaa eae “DIXON & BLADON | ern trend of home furnishings.
ra Hastings mz road. 1 new bungalo\y SPE 4
Singer |S fact JUNIOR CLERK —Apply b; Plant only UNDER THE SILVER all conveniences. Dial 3001 a”? 0 Rigg “LITTLE pe ee FORGE: The “Cumberland” is small in size but great in agp ay
I € The Limited "lantation 98 & KO » etc, This attractive re-modelled ca > = ke.
ding 26.3.50—Gn HAMMER ee a een : - try pioperty possiases. the ad several of these instruments are giving satisfactory service
ie AY? N f nabs | LAND—20 Perches of Land situ NEWSAM & Co. vantages of a mogers wan BARBADOS.
- er € \PPLICATIONS are vited for the Cy ‘ea «A eee hs } t losing its “Ol orld’ strats — i }
’ t t f HEADMISTRESS of. the | By recommendations of Lloyds Agent Prathwaite’s Gap, off Dayrells Ri ctucahene, "Seine ‘are 3 reception, Demonstrations arranged without obligation.
: ‘ Ss t P T! AL HIGH SCHOOL, Spanish} We Will sell on WEDNESDAY 29th at our} Christ Church. Apply to James Me. |) SSS = 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, x =I |
i x f < ‘ica, which is to be vacant in| Mért 17 High Street 43 5/12 DOZEN | Pherson, Upper Dayrells Road. * laundry, vants’ quarters and Write or Call for easy payment plan.
¢ i epte r, 1950 ae cpio’ Sale 12.30 o'vlock a. garage, Right of Way to sea CECIL J B d St t ( i Phoenix) /
1s wl 3ON Tr" he ( iral High Sehool is a Church | Terms Cash. ‘ “a Fa : , ; C EMMOTT—33 Broa ree upstairs .
26.$ 50-9 | of England Secondary School which was| BRANKERB, TROTMAN & CO.,| WE will set up to Public Competition ORIENTAL “DIXON & BLADON” | :
Re en. ae ne eee mney Auctioneers, 21st April at 2 o'clock p.m. that stone “SILVER SHRAY". Silver Sands ‘ oS ane
: pee teenes fiat at the aehoot.” “3:350—2n | UNDER THE SILVER |!2402.09,, fo! lana situate at Nockiey GOODS!! A small stone Dull 2 betroow: |i | astra enema: SE
sf cneinincinaiiaenmmneminenee Se. at the school 23.3.50.—2n * Oe » . 3 rae ee ey seaside bungalow with large livin; - :
, UES every descriotior b : oe 2 HP pe ee the ae fac os the ae CURIOS, JEWELLERY room and wide front veranda }
Gle ~ . Santa sought ond an he land across the road running to 4 . M feping sem, An ideal holiday. a:
youre’ Early books’ Mage, Avis. | MISCELLANEOUS HAMMER the water's edge. The house contains. | fi] BRASSWARE, TEAKWOOD ee ces AON ee Ue FOR ANY OCCASION YOU CAN DEPEND ON
k V »00ks, Maps, Auto . 4 : oe r property | f
: etc , at Gorringes Antique Shop ON TUESDAY, 28th by ii at pe ays ane hg > maka SANDAL, IVORY, ETC, low figure far quick | |
é z Royal Yacht Clul ONE SMALL HOUSE or flat for couple 1 by or o; 7s pss, ee ee oe : ” ;
jx , 1.9.49.—t.f.n ly 7 by sea Not more than 2] Andres O'Donnel, we w ill sell her as & Plectr icity ronepres ; Garage & “DIXON & BLADON T § ]
d ieee ed roorr Phone 8491 24.3.50—3n | House appointments at “Villa Jna’ servants’ rooms in yart nspection an wi : ™ a }
ni Hastings which includes Good Dinin y Pheive 8365 | J WEMBL fs avs : * |
‘ LOSE TREES . se Trees | Tat pat 8 ht Che Sided: j F< terms & conditio: ° le ply } Oe = 7 very p moderr ou a :
ORE TREES to 8 denen Ross Tree Ch ~4 Cabinet, ‘Rares t Tables, 5 5 Piece t THANI BROS. central ¢ popular local (With the Distinctive Flavour) }
Wechend?, Se ag ge | Morrin Sulte—Mettion, © dict Chakes. CARRINGTON & : “ residence has a large lout | {

u Wychwood”, St. Peter 3 “| Rockers all in Mahogany: Some ver Pr. Wm. Hy. Street verandah, kitchen and 2 bedrooms i ; ’ d by All Who Use It |

f god Paintings; Elec. Table Lamps; Vers | - ~ - : on the first floor with extra rooms || gap This Blend is Enjoyed by |
9 good set of Zephyr Table Glass (4 LAND---1,637 ae feet of fend Dial 3466 or ruslod. Gner new Uae as a nat |
pieces; Tea, Breakfast & Dinner Service Dunlow Lane, o Bay Street. Apply The garden is walled a rounc¢ |
i PERSO Carpet, Congoleum, Glass Ware, Plate’ } >. L. W. CLARKE & CO., Solicitor with stone. At the price askec SIP IT — TO ENJOY IT! ]
Tea Pot, Anthurium Lilies in Lui = a James Street w { eR a this residence is worth insonec | |
: mirror, Flat-Top Desk, Waggor hair “ ”
it and Rockers all painted Crean, Norg: We will « r for » to public com DIXON & BLADON |
it THE public are hereby warned agains] Refrigerator in perfect working orden tition on Friday the 3lst day of Maret } LEETON ON SEA, Near Oistins |i) Blenders ;
4 ving credit to my wife MYRILE H. | Clock, Simmonds Single Bedsteads sprin 0. at 2mm, cf aur office James Street > An attentive -heb-nide Winaniow |
j VELCH inee Alleyne) as I do not hole] & beds, prema, Cone, Sree ae 2» e Messuage Dw ling how € and shor suilt right onto a sandy beac
f self sponsible fc her or at «| painted Cream whog: Single Bedstea ‘ > Tudor Street Bridgetown | eo MS - axcellent thing fae Ltd.
’ . P seated 7 gs > “gy . 4 a a Spriryss & Deep Sleep Beds, Mahog ‘ing The Egolf Church standing on} AUCTION ROOMS, ney es —_ nen he ls " | Johm D. Ta jor & Sons
4 else contracting ahy debt or bt i There is wide front verandah
Table; 1 Stove, Kitche aAt and { HARDWOOD ALLEY ere is a |
| ny name uniess by a writte orde | Dressing ‘fable; Caw! ove, f'4 square feet of lan \ extending the entire frontage. 4 |
gned by ma Utensils, Good Waffle Iron,Doors, Win This property which is built of stor { 5 bedrooms (3 with basins) lswe |
‘ Signed: St RYBON WFICH @ows, Plants, some very good orchids ymnrises a shop to the fro and \\ Open & a.m. to 12 Noon daily L shaped lounge with cockta:. |
tf Draggon's Alley Gents Raleigh Bicycle and other items fence consisting of five rooms to i} Sas tees aaa tenant FESS AES
ats slated isiriieenemamaies Speightstown, Sale 11,30 oclock Terms Cash back 1} Offers for Sale quarters. Enquiries invited z
TH TURS—Four English Bath 1 St, Peter BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. Electricity and Government wate 14K \ "
sim Less if f cash sa 3.60-—-2n tioneer. Fer inspection apply on ® pre « \\ + a ee “e
ear $0 Kens a0 foe corn eae |] ___ ad. Auctioneer. | Fact, om 1 Good Quality DIXON & BLADON
en eee Por further particulars apply to ))) “THE MALL” (Nr. Waterford ]
SHF S t 4 and R HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD )) FURNITURE St. Michael Pleasant old work
GALVANISE SHEETS in 34 and > For SalemConid | UNDER THE IVORY HAMME Steen, |i) ‘ sr, Michael Pct ld wor |
ex plates 1/lf 1 3 tructions received from Mr \ acres of pleasant private grou
various sixes. En . Lio od ‘Gittens I will sell on Thursday 1) ANTIQUES, flanked by sugar cane, 2 |
e | Traf Street CK TYRES 8.25 x 20—12 Rd Marvh 30th at Roebuck St. opposit HOUSE—One board and shingle hous \) tion, 3 bedrooms, large \
1,3,50.—t f 2.00 each t opportunity at thi . low ti household ai vith two bedrooms standine# on ebout )) double garage, stabling, serva &
Dear's rage Idd. Phone 2476 See ae eae ithe aati cre of land situate in Sea View Ki ul nea” 9 (7? BRASSWARE, cqusietaids courtyard ete ==
THOSE RECORDS YOU WANTED 26.3508" | Rockers, Small Tables, Morris Sette with | Uascelles Plantation raat Suaveres 1h cig ce ag oa i aN | “Y- A
Zhey're here and they're” keen) ——— Cushions, all in| Mahogany; Victrola, } \r easy terms. See HAROLD PROVEPNs |/)) CUTLERY reasonable figure making it ; WITH
c «© platter : nd Bing rec ards, Rh a VACUL ms y ( LRA NSE 7 a en. " Pictures, Mahogany Tip Top inne * CO,, LTD 23.3.50.—e.0.d.5n. | @ . attractive renovation proposi
t \ undo Ross, vocals by Ar r JeLuxe Silent Mode a . - ed Wagon, Kelvinator a _ - {i =
Grew Sister Mills Brothers etc ype, complete with accessories to do a Pree set ena oil Stove, DeLuxe REST HAVEN, Rockley New Road i Ete at good “DIXON & BLADON”’ | !
A. Barnes & Cc he cleaning in the house. Solves you Model with self cantained oven, (both ir velling House with 3 roods Land , i} ¥ ad = |
19.3.50—t.f.1 ervont problem Price 51.58 Cast perfect warking order) Book cases, |} bedrooms, toilet, bath, kitchen, pantry {tt Bargain Prices. “CLOUD WALK”, Rendezvou | ee
convenient, Credit if you went it Pooks, Beadsteads & Mattresses, Marble | 2 servants’ rooms. Dial 3278 {\{ Hil, Christ Church Mc
= JOHN F. HUTSON is ioe ‘ Top Washstand, Folding Screen, Stewart 24.2.50-35]{{\ Viewing without obligation bungsiow of American a |
= 3 *6.9.50—S0 | warmer Radio,, (in working order) An . nt | Standing on ridge over |
’ , m onia Clock, Baby Pram, Piano, Pian AT the office of the unc € “ / | Hastings and Worthing | a.
_ , O.1, COPFEE—Announcing the arriv:. } Casee and many other items too nume: iday next 3st) instant 1 ——————— Se above sea-level. Magnificent \
+ vf fresh supply of tihs most delicious aa ile mention Sale 11.30 a.m Hlie competition i 3 bedrooms, living room, dinins -
DEXT SE —I f fee opular packaged coffee. Now itvai Tertnn Cash ance Co ' room, study, 2 bathraoms, with
rhe e& conte ‘ your grocer a 4 VINCENT GRIFFITH shatss BARBADOS Frer | tub bath and shower, moder 5
t 26..1.50--3 Auctioneer 1% cheres PARRANDOS ter ( | ALE | kitchen, laundry, servants’ quar
&¢ CUS ere ~ a 3.50--~3n "Oo es RARBADOS © t a 4 | ters, tiled patio facing the sea
ff ) : : SINS Seediess Paisins 40 cen: TRAPYNG CO. LIMTTY®nN | Laid out fardens. Standing or
A De «© should ‘ Ik ts 29. C. Herbert, +r Ss hae. Fo 3 chares WEST INTTA PITAt Fm | 30,000 sq. ft.
Ss ae Degen ‘ 26.3, 80—In CARRINGTON & SEALY POTS
BRUCE WEATHERHEAD LTD — ‘. REAL ESTAT ) 26.3.5 HOUSE ‘ iN —_——
26.39.50 i u SUGAR.—fFresh stock o ‘as > d, standing on
. Stic VICTOR COT, River Road, x
ra ahem ae cde s Rich rk Bar ley Sugar Sticks |, 955 sq. feet of land, It has closed er ( rN BULLDING SITES } 7 Y
« \ST ch conc 1 $2 cer per Jar = P 0 d dining room (2) bed- REN ALS
min food cont Price 14 cents per it BRUCE WEA THERHEAD 11D. lery, drawing and Babh. it is built of ) 4 é 4 n
OF ble fr r 26.3 7 ' vith galvan- i > : * \
stone with the roof covered with & CARLTON, St. James. at vi
St “ARR 'S CHEESE CRISPS—These littl ise and shingles. It is within easy reach { Cash or Easy Terms attractive moda’ botteas A i %
—————_——————— | CARR'S CHEESE CRISPS T von tt | of all the schools and Bridgetown. No | property with hot and cela | a
| a o pee “ari ar eee Bus fare. Vacant posession immediately eee { auxiliary lighting plant ete., is HW )
erve wi h your, Grin s D'ARCY —v.. Included in the many properties { From 10c, per Sq. foot up | available at a low rental until }
I e4 ‘ J Magazine La listed for sale iedium sized |} end of June te an C |
BRUCE WEATHERHEAD LTD 24.3.50.—4n iain S india. Seinen | foment Palle ees Oe
26.350. . ; Be tation. | Pa a ELECTRIC, BUS and WATER tenant. Fuliy furnished
ee ee oe ae SERVICES AVAILABLE | ; GOLD SPRING CorTaas, st.|fi|
) acres of land of 1 135 acres ({ 5 _ James Very pleasant wall |
> arable, Th ce has road t « |
are arable t € . Fe 7 ads, at tuated 3 badroomed bun galow ¥
nill xere and sour suas’ Gute { 1, PICKWICK ROAD, KENSING- ir tuded position with own || ed
nere is 2 1 mails { TON, St. M ae] | bathing cove € on leas
1 et in inu es Crown Mineral of coral 1 has seven } pg. nel | or monthly { endo: {AH ape eee * We specialise in wintte
GEN If (7) bedroom *) Seception PS. TEN | April. F , |}}} Al parts sold and fied trucks and vans which is apron” yg
urly 50 mill i on tiny seams 1 001 two z Rooms, {{f Turning, St. Michael. ‘ } Sate the ‘
Q aa . ‘ nese pa WHITE I facturers, and we have of eo
f where ger hic d cause ter y. two (2) La and { 3. THE PINE CROSS ROAD, St ; wwrence enone to
. erty aoe ee WEST INDIAN Water Factory i cae ae one i a 2 bedroomed bung : ‘sg aa ood Gs conan for just that kind “|
k I g worn iouble garas ett y arrulsned | should be i
; Poot it ie: Se Sree ; (i 4. WELCHES, now KINGSTON able immediacely at at there Np If vou aren owner, you ;
: ; : HASNDCRAEF TS | Governinen ‘ ephone (} GARDEN & KINGSTON TE venta good servies and the gatees } you
r and electricity are alled. There (7 LACE ough Governn Also othe “g soit tern ere reasonable, with no les. » :
: ’ WA j— [Nis also one Bed a and a { Hill to Kingst ad, St, Michael ed ark ieee
See The wall Dairy, « with eq tH LTD. i
a Dominica oe mn , : ») iw ° =" tate ROBERT THOM EL
: Handerafts 1) ter particulars apply to }})||} Christ Church REAL ESTATE AGE io White
kage, G D'ARCY A, SCOTT ya | wien ‘a , sENTS ) --

' LFA 9 package. Get Company Preferably someone ) Mr ERNEST D. MOTTLEY Auctioneers & Surveyors \{ COURTESY GARAGE 1
: ‘ ) A er a I k e Age ¥ S ‘ t
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a ~ CHU J RCH SE RV ICES RB. s Y ae j — ae SS i joooeoee: 55550SUSOCCO SSO SELLS LIS ,
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Te Re buildin, \ der Wil a Mi ETS
RovIMENCE | Aderags keep .. |} UNIVERSITY COLLEGE {3 LINOLEUM CARPET: :
F 1S ‘ st
~*~ pur ) )j { 5
VAUXHALL -—- 4 i i } ee Sizes: 9 ft. hv 7% ft. and 10% ft. by 9 ft. .
| 7 \ / j . ) '
th M. Wee f=! {7 ile Roa C SACROOL { OF THE WEST INDIES §i\§ a :
laxters Roaet—7 c i / 4h ) AALS
; IN THE HOME!! ”) ee twa KK | .W7 : °
| waa || xmraswne |) LINOLEUM IN ROLLS 6ft. wide
‘ i ( ( D> © FP TY yA’ . * 7
si 2-passenge sii | 12) ar aanee } { All very reasonable in Price. ‘
| 3 } 0. ees
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r aoe es Down y { \} A LECTURE NG berablisnes : HER BEGE t hci. Incorporated >
by Pp ROGE: AMME For WEEK ENDING ) ‘ ) | 186° , 1926
ay ; Pe cigs 45 pat 1950 t } | ON 10 & 11 Roebuck Street
oO { { y > x
} | eS SORSSSEOOS SSH SOO SE IBS COCCOCD ESV OSSD
i} i) AND Sie ee EEE
Bis lc sho carefully stud- | i ROGER WILLIAMS i
} Barnes 2 ae 1”) & i :
1 . stal conerete and | {|
ba po 2 ak a } he coastal conerete | and |} BY \} FRESH STOCKS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING
Pun Sh gail —9 Peewminian: ¥ pox aed. thee a1) Aubrey Douclas-Sim!.h, BAL
k <, Holy ger ont a. ember, proposed 11 de- | (
; pene. hi mak t |i . "Cc 5
Q ee am. Rev, F. Grim iesday 2th. 4.00 t0 6.00 p.m. Fos Saiki Cee oi — ; a y THE FAMOUS REMEDt {i AT LADIES’ COSMETIC BAGS and FINE POWDER PUFFS,
T ott >ractice 7.00 to 9.20 p.m. Ccmpet Ae one Of the satést Nignways | ror & he ,
a“, regieusstOW 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. tive as me 8.20 p im Bible St x an aan Colony They cut here and i a ad & RHEUMA- THE ¥.M.C. CIGARETTE TUBES PIPES VACUO FLASKS
i ; . fonducted by Rev: B. Crosby 9.20 p 1 plans, chopped there and finally map- |) apna ON este
or OHRISTIAN SCIENCE : Weane a Hs Cram eath-trap to ped out—to the dismay of certain |) ACTS - Monday, Apr.! 37d, 1950 DARLEY’S CONDITION POWDER for Horses
ny, pirat Care of C ny v ootad ee om woe wi a number of merchants whose roadside busi- | {} f S LIKE MAGIC AL S18 nm, CALL in at:
ee A oucv) ce which inc Huds oes ss ace Regimen wore m Saas ness ould be by = p _—, a. | On Sale at . j
i ‘of Christian ae es Healing nis Fist fae oF — Table Ten- m Y of widen- devi s between Smythfiela | { ALL DRUG STORES. CC -
5 rete Sunday, March 26. 1950 ny Thuredny 0th, 460" to 8.00 p.m Bis. ose “ts un Points. A Depot is immedia ely outside the vown ot) ) Admission : 12 Cents COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY
subject. of GaURCH OF GOD y211 Practice §.00 p.m. Meetite ut oct os eing constructed for stor-New Amsterdam to No. 78 Vil- | i KNIGHTS LTD ‘
| f THE ee eine rears Had > 7.09 {0 9.20 p.m Barbados Tabic 228 p ‘one crushed at Govern-jage on the Corentyne. Farms} \ . Day hones: 2041 — 4441 — NIGHT 81-41
= HA oe nnis Fixtures ment’s new stone-crushing slant will } twee! i
for R 31s & pliant will ed o t urt SSS a
F Bene Peas of eae: Lantern Pres tice aa h oi ne net ae at Ruimveldt on the East Bar nk, Iai nd "7 ear ‘ rs a, "g Saux and | a SSS ae oe
Mate VF iNlice 7.30 to Tr 7 a a yris s
ck Pat AOVENTISE 9 90 p.m. MEMBERS SOCIAL oe ene River, ay quarters Allness Bridge; Cromarty and |
Oo. e » Members, their wives and lady friend; are ng constructed to accom- Wellington Park: Venville ¢ |
8 i prachet & at ihe, King St, me wee € dada eR eee modate officers who will ne in Mies gga ag ae ae
‘ amie 9 will be "What, broke the _ Mon@ y 3rd. April ‘Lecture by Mr charge of te MOR WOE gal and Japan; and curves will | ’
af peatt of Jes te the cuuiiect at fier smeeee = Widened be laid down at No. 63; between |
eh ‘ihe Ages” + $.D.A. Church by Mr ; rig «nce width is about 16 No. 65 and 66; and between No. |
rr eet. his will be widened to 22 77 and No. 78

TION ARMY
; sALVaT a Territori ial

Fire Destroys





Winte!
eam. Te Talits Hill, Elder R. H. Walke

§f. JAMES—11 a.m. Sion Hill, Evange
list A. R, Brome;

The old building, unoc
since last September, was <¢
7 p.m. Sion Hill, Evan

sold,

to be

i r for the Central America qi ° .
4 commaner Territory, arrived ir ¥ oravian ul ing
LL on Friday from his Headquarte
he Annual Divis- |
lamaica ie conduct t
mes IN ANTIGUA
~ will Ronduct Special Services in the
ey He town Central Hall on Sunday, |
Pe eth ai ll am. and 7pm. At 4 (Barbados Adveeate Correspondent) |
the Colone! will take the Salute of ANTIGUA, March, 25 |
Ealvation Army Forces at the Mutual The City Fire-Brigade received
re tie Bang be paid to Speightstown @N alarm at 1.05 a.m., arrived at
4 on Monday, March 27th, where the Colo Greenbay at 1.15, to find the old}
nel will eres sk pen at the Moravian Schook building com-
{ mme! 4 vrt
} Arm HE NEW TESTAMENT pletely aflame. The Brigade|
: CHURCH OF GOD successfully prevented the spreac |
| gt, MICHAEL—11 am. Bank Hall, of the fire to surrounding build
A nev, MB. eee 7 p.m, Eckstein jngs, though heavily handicapped
; res nit ped Cox Roaa, While pumping water from. thc |
Rey, J. B. Winter. 3 where seaweed continuously
| ST. ores a.m, Greens, Rev locked the sieve
£
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A, R, Brome.

Rev. J. R. Web The proceeds were to be

BETHEL—11 a.m. ;
ser 7 pm. Rev Be: Ce nissio|
DALREITH—1 a.m. Rev. B. Crosby ;

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| GOVERNMENT NOTICES
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(
Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-





ment) Order, 1950, No. 11 which will be published in the Official
F Gazette of Monday, 27th March,
9. Under this Order the items “

1950.

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{
Matches” and “Tea—Loose” have |
j been, deleted in its entirety from the Control of Prices (Defence) |?
(Amendment) Order, 1950.
{

%th March, 1950. 26.3.50—2n. | {

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT
i Persons due back pay for the period Ist April, 1948, to 21st June
) 1949, should personally submit their claims to the Office, Department

p 28 Mar., 50.
, The Major Simpson Challenge Cup was
, |B Marshall, M.B.£. with 96 points.
The Major St, Hill Challenge Cup was won by Corporal C. K.
Laurie with 90 points.
| 4. ORDERLY a ee AND ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WEEK {
ENDING 3 APR,
Orderly sate T. A. Gittens |
Orderly Serjeant—233 L/S A. L. O. Blackman.
Next for Duty
Orderly Officer—2/Lt. E. R. Goddard

s ff of Highways and Transport, on or before Friday, 28th April, 1950. \
| 17.3.50.—2n, nt
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| PART ONE ORDERS

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‘ } Lieut.-Col. J. Connell, O.B.E., E.D.. {
on Commanding, \
ve The Barbados Regiment. {\
BE Issue No. 12. 24 Mar., '50. |}
1, PARADES—Training {\

All ranks will parade at Regimental Headquarters at 1700 hour i)
» TB on Thursday 6 Apr. °50 for training. {{t
2, ANNUAL CAMP
Reference Regimental Orders No, 11 dated 17 Mai 0, U lates | {

im othe Annual Camp have now been changed to 9-18 Jun., ‘50 )

| 3. SHOOTING COMPETITIONS (

: | There will be a practice shoot for the Major Pinder Cup by all ‘
Ist Class Shots of this year’s A.M.C.—L.M.G., at 1600 hours on Mon- |}

i %y, 27 Mar., 50; the competition will be at 1600 hours on Tuesda

\

won by R.S.M. H. B. G. })

Orderly Serjeant—214 L/S Clarke, A. H. ii

M. L. D. SKEWES-COX, Major, i

S.0.L.F. & Adjutant, \\

The Barbados Regiment f

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THE BARBADOS NRCS re SERIAL NO.7_ | \K

4TH MARCH, 1950 SHEET 1 & ONLY i

LEAVE—SICK |

; 339 Pte Harewood, E. C. No. 1 Coy — Granted 4 weeks Sich
. Leave w.e.f. 26 Mar., ’50.

M. L. D. SKEWES-COX, Major,

S.0.L.F. & Adjutant, ih.

The Barbados Regiment

LONDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
EXAMINATIONS.

Entries for the Summer Examinations, 1950, (Certificate Sta
Only) of the London Chamber of Commerce must reach the De part .
| Partment of Education, The Garrison, not later than 12 noon on
B Saturday, the ist of April, 1950.
: 2. The entry fees, will be as



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Single Subjects $ 1.92 each
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ae Full Certificate ........ 968 . $10.00 if
partment )

of Education.
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it invite applications for two posts in their Research Department for | '))

esting of | \y
and _ other | }}

du
es connected with the breeding, selection, and field t

‘s, with special reference to resistance to virus

» ise; j ; vente

4 ases as well as to ether normally desirable characters. »))
H (a) Botanist, salary £1,000 rising to £1,500 per annum

: (b) Agronomist, £ 600—£1,000 per annum, »

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? Beat PPlicants should possess a research degree or equivalent quali- i
1d i
me of a recognised University or other similar institution, an
Th ad experience in plant breeding and selection w ork. }
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a atv ide d with free passages to Jamaica, B.W.L, and requir
sur . SS nee
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ne i , t s paid after
a thr juarters is provided and leave with passage "
Re ributory pension scheme. | }}\

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arch Department, Mandeville, Jamaica, B.W.I.,
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W.I. Cricket
Tour Well
/ Covered

HE BBC is planning extensive
coverage of the West Indies tour
this season and apart from ‘live

commentaries, details of which are
given below there will be reports
and export comments on each

day’s play in every match
The time devoted to these re-
ports and comments will depend
on the importance of the match
| but ey in every case, be given
in the ‘Calling the West Indies

period each day from Monday i

Saturday between 23.15 and 23.°

G.M.T. Well-known former West

Indian cricketers who are

resident in England have been

invited to contribute expert com-
ments on the play and on the form
and development of the West

Indies Team. Among the past

players who have been invited

are John Cameron who represented
the West Indies in 1939 in

England, C. B. Clarke who was

also a member of that team, and

Learie Constantine. It is also

hoped that other West Indian

cricketers like E. A. Martindale,
- Ellis Achong and George Headley
will be available to contribute to
thes¢ lised reports

‘Live’ commentaries have been
planned as follows and will be
given by Rex Alston, John Arlot
and E. W. Swanton, etc.

i. ‘fest Matches: The four Test

Matches will be covered by

special West Indies transmissio

to run from 10.15 to 17.45 G.M.T,

on the first day of each Test and

from 10.25 to 17.35 G.M.T., on each
day of the other four day

ing that the times of play are t

be 10.30 to 17.30 G.M T., ball by

, ball commentaries and summarie

will be given during play and +o

five minutes at the start of eac

interval and at the close of play

2, County Matches: Commen
taries between 12.15 and 12.30

i G.M.T., and between 16.45 ani
17.00 G.M.T., with additional time
on Saturdays are proposed for the
following county maches

Worceste! aturday, Monday
Tuesday. (May 6th., 8th., and 9th

M.C.C Saturday Monday
Tuesday. (May 20th., 22nd., ana
23rd.)

Glamorgan: Saturday, Monday
Tuesday (May 27th., 29th.,
and 30th)

Yorkshire Saturday, Monday
Tuesday. (July 29th., 3ist., and
August Ist.)

Glamor gat Saturday, Monday,
Tuesday (August 5th., 7th
and 8th.)

Middlesex: Saturday, Monday

26 28th



re











ee

Tuesday (Ajagust
and 29th.)

There will also be commentame
in the General Overseas Service o!
Saturdays between 14.15 and 17.15
G.M.T from the following
matches

Surrey, May 13th; Lancashire,

June 3rd; Notts, June 17th;

Hampshire, July Ist; Northants

July 8th; Derby, July 15th, ana

Gloucester, August 19th.

Except fo the comments 1)
Calling the West Indies periods
mentioned above in the second
paragraph there will be no re port

on the mid-week county matche

B.B.C. RADIO
PROGRAMMES

SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1950

a rhe New WwW an New







MONDAY, MARCM 27, 1950









BOSTON
t

Cassius MC FRAIL WAS INFIRMARY
| MATERIAL,TO HEAR HIS FOLKS
TELL lTsssNO ATHLETICS FOR HIM»s>»

/OUR BOY |S A GOOD STUDENT BUT
HE'S NOT STRONG! HE HAS LOGUS
ON THE BOGUS! I WANTHIM TO 4
BE EXCUSED FROM GYM CLASSES)
EN-
pam ‘s
A LETTER FROM







OR ANY FORM OF STR
UOUS PHYSICAL
ACTIVITY»











“Many argue >
ample, British Guiana wanted
development and as borrowing of
foreign loans is controlled by
Federal Government, Britis»
Guiana’s representatives.would be}
-voted by the islands/If one}
were to develop say, hydrd-electric |
ver in B.G., a terrific expan-
sich of industries would follow,
and what would be the result
The chief places where these
industrial products wauld be sold
in the immediate future would by
within the Federation. It would
mean that B.G. would send he
products for sale to Trinidad and
Jamaica who would in turn, send
their cement, their textiles, ete
Without such expansion in Pr'tish
Guiana this trade will not t 7
place, I therefore believe that
so und sehemes of development ar
forward for British Guiana,
Trinidad representatives will |
fote for it a ardently ‘as the}
Guianese. In other words, devel-
epment in the Caribbean js indi-
visible, and development of one}





‘(i just sign you off as

Rleptomania, Mr. Smith.’

kipress Sertice



Governor
Visits Scouts

Of The North

grounds on Satur-

iboult 90 Scouts

received by a Committee com
Island Com-

bre sidents of

It
British Guiana will
' additional costs in federating
> quid pro quo is that if the



Aid demonstrations, $
Gadget-making
A tent made

On re-assembling



Scouting in the



* most important thing
; ssential element ws
spirit within the

district to continue
, His Excellency

assist in the
Kon

which Colonel Campbell moved a

and to all who had helped to

Patrick’s (R.<
Anniversary

.) Celebrate

) Group which

of the pries
>, of the church,



found time



general Bubb

Registered U5. Potent Ofce

They Do Te E very Time |



«Let? ‘s : Get

Federation
Straight”’

@ from page 7
lica WilLe However, I a

1

there will be much mor
together by people of t

e views rather thi vy peopl

ihe same colony.’





if, for

will benefit the whole.”

Above Water

“Another of the anti-Federation ,
guments I have heard is that!
B.G. is keeping her head above
water; can she risk to take
» responsibility of more unfor- }
tunate units? To this, I would
gain refer them to the Closer
Association Committee Report.
stated quite plainly that the
same financial aid which is being |
provided by Britain now should| Speaker

guaranteed for a mediun
g-term period.”
i further



Federation is able to initiate and
achieve greater expansion, then | Attorney General is appearing on
behalf of the prosecution and Mr
N. N, Ashenheim for the defence

The seven charges range from
i stavements
PNP candidate,
, who is claim-
ng the seat, to providing transport

will be an investment well
worth while. The report suggests
that borrowing etc., is likely
so facilitated, that greater

development seems feasible
“There are those who suggest |
political responsibility can be |
ieved | British Guiana inde-

ndently. The Committee answers |
t this is likely to be unrealistic. |

vill probably be found that a} }
init such as British Guiana would |
all the stronger if she could |
ik with the voice of her part-

ners



Unification Report!

@ from page 10

incommon for heads of Reishee |
‘nts in small territories to be
noted to junior posts in larg

A Reason



enhanced prestige and
ict the best candidates
There are seriou practic
ificulties about bringing into
ified service the audi

hose territories in which |

Director of Colonial Audit

sib tor the audit of Gov
ment account 1 suggest that
senior audit staff in the re
ling territories and the senior |

taff in all the territorie
ould be regarded as one service

is estimated that the cost

Public Service Commission wil
the order of £25,000 a vear
ire which would, I believe,

reased very little by th

~ my proposals, I do no

that thi expenditur

ld be justified if the respons

lities of the Commission we:

xtend only to those service

commended in paragraph 30 vi
» Report

P. F. CAMPBELL





The Weather

TO-DAY

Sun Rises. 6.02 a.m,

Sun Sets: 6.11 p.m

Moon (First Quarter) Mareh
26.

Lighting: 6.30 p.m.

Iligh Water: 8.05 a.m., 10.24
Pra,

YESTERDAY
Rainfall: (Codrington) .01 in.

Total for Month to Yester-
day: 1,83 ins,

Temperature (Min,) 715° F.

Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E
(Li a.m.) E,

Wind Velocity: 14 miles per

hour.

Barometer (9 a.m.) 30.054;

(11 a.m.) 30.055.

‘By Jimmy | Hatlo-

‘(Bur AT EVERY COLLEGE HOP, WHO
WEARS OUT THE BANDS AND THRIVES
ON THE JIVE ? HEH, HEH~-CASSIUS!

pay

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SUNDAY ADVOCATE

Hold-Up Robbery

Causes Sensation

Advocate Correspondent)





Political
Deadlock

Seems Broken

Advocate Correspondent)
KINGSTON
Indications at
between the
cal parties relative



principal politi-
to the person-
Committees

early evening near
, at the point of
forced to hand over all the money
|and jewellery she had on her.
, a big American
r, has offered a
ward of £50 for the revurn of the
the total value
has not been disclosed
The police have made no arrest

in practice it will be founa



Legislature



embles next
Bustamante,
had its first meeting,
ward a proposal, through the Min-
that no m ember |

broughv for-| bother, has acquired a farm

| England and wishes to discontinue |

the - of Finance,

House Committees.
announcement
bers of the Opposition

In Kingston robberies from the
person and business establishments
during broad daylight are
» “nieves are men,
juveniles of very tender age,

women and

cn House Committees.





|structions of their elders, Citizens
\and visitors are robbed in the mosy
daring manner and the police are

Jamaica Hospitals
Are Good

Advocate Correspondent)

KINGSTON
Jamaica Hospivals, so far as we
have seen, compare with the |

{ ) 3rd of April 26.3.50—2n.

In the night
have the large-scale robberies, not
i y but all over
This week there have been
1 two big hauls by thieves—an £800

|burglary at Mandeville — money
|stolen from an iron safe while the
ily were ata movie show: é

is concerned.
have real good doctors and
, but your equipment is s
ly lacking, and your medical sti
Your principal
pital has a lot of wood in it but
i ill a serviceable s
This was the opinion expfessed by



reported from Sv.



Speaker On docvors who
i spent a four-day’ visit in Jamaict
s ?
“Election” Charge
‘Ba Advocate Correspondent)

KINGSTON.

Caribbean with include d Puerto

on Rico, the Virgin Islands and Santo

which has started in the Courts at undoubtedly understaffed
; about fifty miles from
"of charges

“0. Alphonsous
of the House of Repre-

to | sentavives. He is charged on seven

island cay, afford to _offer
more nurses are ca es

‘tr ining ie
instituted av
, College Medical

B.G. Boy
Schoralship

e Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN.

Election Law.
Hearing of the first count start-

sted that nurses now

come | able

sportsman,

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against the rival

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igh it may not in itself be |
a reason for unifying all the se:
it is an incidental objection
to the selection of a limited nun
of services for unification that
those services are likely to acquit

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Hectic semifinals and Sparkling
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PACE Im R M M. k\ MIMIC W'l :1. S, ^ M : I Liverpool Empire Defeat Defeats initon Hovers 2-1 T i Knilanr] in lime for congratulauani • 1 ron end III%  %  v, %  ... 1 I if-'i % %  '. I -.'•!>(•-* 1 %  or ir %  i o have endc:.-. %  bnotlni \ i ITTING SOURCE OF PRIDE I T WI1 I ir for ,tu be in Ennlnnd. ... skill al ihooOm rll c same lime wil j | %  %  ••< Kn(liih i %  '' %  >' OUI ...en. u. the Junior K< SEVEN SELECTED FROM BARBADOS T M Ba r bados U .,. <( „ ,, Fri' 1 %  and around this, tonal Ol tlM local snail] naturally %  | .-nlrcd. 1.'. •ColoNl J. Corinell was the utocnatk aaaa-rtlon 'or the cap%  Barbados team Be only member of the team who has already had any axpahuving already shot there. A marksman With a One reputation throughout the West Indies, Joe Council ha* eslaulish:.ial shooting rcion: lon| shouUng ud bai WOO many troI Major Griffith but is one of ol Colonel < %  ... the members %  %  A S Warptaln ( K. t. % %  Neblatt, U. J •lectori have juititaraptatioa to expert %  •' ,1 an .... balan "l team. EMPIRE WIN TWICE AH SEASON OPENS ted one. Cm %  | | td at ft Ington and Uu %  1 %  %  %  %  Irwica%  %  | I NOTRE DAMI IMPRESSES I i %  %  %  %  %  uui \u Ml vi hue w i n \M • %  > Indies team %  %  • I To Enter Final LONLK m Liverpool ear:. i MBI in the Anal vt th PICKWICK-ROVER the season when th< goal in three in their %  Football Association Cup Assemkept goal for Maple lily mi April 29 by beating Evert.n In Trinidad. turned i by 2 goals to 0 at Manchester Empire in that i %  "00 and today. Liverpool, lying fourth in while Smith tin-. me first Division, have a greut • ard. *JV Proverbs chance to accomplish the "double" The Empire for looked a cer.mplonship and cup many oppor'.. M United heading afMoor. I. %  V .%  a" League One, were the only leaders better of the game -hSi of th, four divisions to lose today^ Rover, although went down 3-0 at blood did not really lead They got their I with 45 points, followed hy Blackthe first half hour fatten Croney pool, hiid to a raw by Ion plared Birmingham at home, forward mow with 43 points and Sum).-. not. Mischief Wins In "B" Class At 5th Regatta 36 Yachts Took Part THIRTY-SIX yachts sailed in the Fifth Regatta of the Royal Barbados Yacht Club which look I [UBtlc Club yrs• ning. "Magwln" met with an unfortunate accident at the ati bile did not enter. "Calypso" "Skippy "DaunUear did not finish in the ,V, itor> £ racln in ;,; Intermediate. Of the D Class We mote*. That is from A GREAT THE rea ent exploits i WEST INDIAN BROODMA.,* %  gelding Gun Siu**** Chandler and br.n | uv H '? "'. "-wneo b u hSia ?* Ch *w2r7L J -* and " * ** mu be the mo JJ> •** £** South CnUhean. if £^ * >m o point of v, !" T J** ttu> i %  2—2 at points. %  both goals during the first be. Second Division leaders Tottenpenalty. Pickwick Rovers who >. ham Hotspurs held the.: lead over their near; • in the left It to clear. ktinaon, the pounced %  the Emiie from towards the goal from IP-![!"•. %  •11 SbefflakJ United. Spurs beat WetpJV ihon end. were the U nara 4—1 in the local derby at Ucki but ^^ fro,,. .... Tottenham, but Shefllcld United Siitrate their opi ldd 80al rained a grand 5—1 away victory ., w „ Bury. , :j n L Sours R now hwve 11 .,e, TVotus-Countv taicreaaed men ..da good shot Hows:— league 3 South 4 | aved, but gave i I 20 win over Millwall " doinit. Nothing however retheir nearest n. "• kick whl) -0 to Bristol ,;ik(n by McCollln 'rom the rlghl Bristol side • Grant, Empire now kept up a M I jfColDoncaster Rovers won away by raids on thenoppon< Taylor, four goals to one at Oldhnm to but Hill seemed to be alwaj bring their total points m the position. At one time. Dr northern section to 46 Ida left, after Second In the table. Rochdale, ing from McCollin on the right lost at Lincoln by 20, have 43 .>ut from inside tinarea when attempting the ball into the corner of the goal. . Empire -eemed to have rheir own way at this SUB K. AirdiiotLi.ii* i. rorfw the game and in another attack, will be played during the wrek i',!'i'2L,l ."KSl' 0 ?..,^?*".'."*," 5Smith sent ii. K=W*,g5t. A S!3 r %  „! it arpu: dl aunhouB Miur I. DMIIU !" corner, but nothing resulted from ll)H I^J,.,^.,, u„ H; „ lk Hall and kick. .. TS now go' possession and in a gi i. ing from WLUDM i'h a hard shot to open the scoring. point ol view „, ^ u> i* boats only Piter Pin" did not progeny. It is quite true that she has produced^?* * 2? ., ,i,e rim P;n but she has conic very close to doing *?!£? Kmlo-iJ The boats nllad in a fairly always been, with two exceptions in ih" hU„ l e •" BoaZ %  rind and choppy seas. Creoles of their day. Even on. of those mi !" !"* >v2 .11 the "B" might have gone on to prove himself ., BO od ,*„'! Uo r BUB,-* Johnnie Toppln's "Mistunately died a few weeks before he was to tit.. *" 2 ipiiered by his son Stanbados Derby. J " part ln „„- f.m. cuTied off this race from The name of this remarkable mare is SunH "War Cloud", owned and skipold and still eoing strong By Sunllrcout Q ( IK no U ts. iy Jack Badley whole bred by Mr. Stewart Mai I H( 'Jj l |. SuonV; Owen Burke's "Resolute", skiptwo-year-old was sold t.. Mi Shfi lunond Burke was Hon. V. C. Gale and won a ninnber of races a third. both here and In Trinidad, at 5J JV The two Seagull boats did well dad Dei by of IH3J tu i ;•„„ T,e latw in the "C" and Ci ...Ire-board OU tlt a n tU t H Creoles of llu Ihiins and ...is laiir — Class. "Gannet." owned and class, after running: all D class upixisuniu in Tn^L P ro *notet !• r skippered by Peter Ince came at Union Park nniaaa oa !*&£ first. Second position went to Shortly after her three-yeai-old racing eaias* c %  Wi7ard II", owned and skipperto Hon. J. D. Chandler for £55. From K,-~ ounn ad to Jim J..n^ .mil Ihlrd was had therefore passed I ugh ... hands of four oliiiriii sn '* llv" ownad by lister Topturf's most prominent per* '. s this the ]*l* w ^' pin and skippered by his sons At least Mr. Chandler did Bert :.ral Pai He has told me that he bought her mainly as a Jia. .*** In the Intermediate Class 11 his daughter, with breeding in mind ..nlv as a sidr lu"*" k larted. This race was foals have won over £12.000. !" 'Mljk, won bv "Mohawk", owned by Dr. Tonsro rrr r David Payne and skippered by BOYS WILL BE BOYS Bob" Cumberbatch. Coming Much of Sunrises pedigree on her dams siri. i. . %  in the W.-l tofim Her dam. niekl. _" T* second was Arthur Evelyn's to us Her dam. Dickie. w„ vi'irc LII.L ^r %  > %  "Dawn", which he himself skipAmerica and was for many years one oFMr'^iyjattai? 1 *^^ pered. Third was Johnnie Hoad's mares. She produced Match Maker ..mi nui nK5i" "* .iu. polnta. of matches in the UK are; Football Fixtures yie*t, I I ( Ol J t IINM I I L'rirtrd 1 Johnatoiie 2. l>. I % %  -! I %  I HUgrttpool |. Blrmuighwi, I ( l_.rll.-i AilucCi2. SuiidnUnH 2 Aiwtial 1 l[lld.l. t-, UtUUd I M Id Drrtiy County 1 Nf i R %  Imn 1 l"Tt-sii... I WnlvtrhMl.pU>ii WJV.I. I I Hrraaal Ultlii.n II.1 i Town 0. Bradford I li-oitfor•> llrvntf..rtl t il. 0 But, |, flhfll.-l.l I rdlA fnv 3. Baxntilfs It) i Orlnabr T..n i> • %  l't,VTiuuth AIM-Town I •sttrtTWld IV*rbvday S. l..il. I'lillcd TMIttaham lloUpur. 4. W.-.I I 'rd 1. '. Minn. N..ther •titnlpy I, H. Unllrd 1 Itarro i Ifeiuiiurd i) CkTluie Unit PHaMoa U Cmi AlMAitdra 1. ChnUn I'll) 3. RoahdbKl* v M..-.i-tl Town f. Drtlnt>'i. 1 rtliilrtlc 1. DoticekaUsr Birt'tn* 4 I' a i J Soulhport 0 • %  t.v.nniwl 1 York City I. t.ollUli loilf UlvUUn A Cl rtf I, Duiulra 1. Thud I-t.-ik *. 1'i.fll.k Thlille3. FslkliH I OuotMl ol Hip Smith I. Karnera 1. Haltn 141 Alb4.n> I. CtTdS i i •• %  l u rtfctra I i tol Rovcfi 1 .MI 3. llntfhl'" %  rtit 3. Newpt-M I M rtdon Town % %  l i ifc ii The VIUIKI.I 'L.reh 27 II College, %  Encouraged by" their k-Rovers aaam BaMvCked Willd She produced Match Maker ana DickvSSS. "" ^ Cdrnnetta." skippered by his illustrious sons. The first by Quick Match and th U ** ** son Jackie. son Footpad. I remember Match Maker more for "Van Thorndyke," owned and exercise than for his value us a race horse I tht skippered by R. Murphy, carriexl raelnn when 1 was live or six. 1 also remember nnrw." off honours in the "D" Class for ndoumeaa, For instance Mr. Massiah did not n**AT ""^k the second time. Second position in his estate yard. All he had to do was to tuiV •i W ?^Jl' vent to "Rainbow." owned ;ind loose. I never asked how they managed to catch him ^Lr** skippered by Dermot Bynop That must have been a ma i n ^ te ,, ,11*7*."a while, "Rainbird," owned and terous habits I do not believe Match Maker wit ihirW u red by "Corkie" Roller's race He could not have be reer ''tiiiiirilcri -p a came third Dick Turpin I not only knew well, 1 was one nf hh L T* The Sixth Rentta of the admirers. Dick too had his bai The clasriT^ *** R.B.YC. will lake place at the when he cleared the track one morning of every hnr*T=. "* n Aquatic Club on Saturday. April tore Cavalier's saddle cloth off his back fox Mt5n7in H?* 1. „ and finally ended up by going head over heels u ifo dl? The results were as follows: paddock gates in his face. But once the race wa ::in tM.k the k Missed Chan. • %  %  VI:STI;KD.\Y s RESULTS Men's Doubles Dr. C, U Manning and E. P. raylOt beat K. A Ilenjauun and r me f m 5? hholls 6—1. 6-2. C. R. Packer and C. B 1 beat A. F. Jemmotl and D. I 6—1. 4—6, 6—0. Mixed Doubles It, Lefg* and P, K. Roach lost to Mrs. C. S. Lee and A. M. Wilson 4—6, 2—6. was so weak from stomach trouble, he hardly remnnbfri ,y happened from tlie time when the gates flew till Dkk Tea passed the poet Ant. All he did was to sit. Dick did thitS with top weight. He was a really (MK1 creole. He jteti nat Ihree times in the imported -.he first two cccam be was hampered by the woi 'iiplhawat seen. Tho third time he broke flown in the c-ourse of the net SUNRISES PEDIGREE Dickie also produced among other progeny, Vagabond u* .ind Dixie, both Allies, to the cover of Footpad. Vagabond 3 was a dud .,11 the track but has since produced Prithni; fj won the Demerara Derby in 1948. Dixie won a few races and (g. cd up in D class. There maj have been lomc nthm but Ida at L>mbfr them off band. Dickie was by the Kentucky Derby winner Garry Herauat of Ambrosia, a mare bj Hanovei oul of Kingcup. I praastttfl her owner must know the family history on thii ade bat 1 fe not. nor have I recourse to anj books contalnln| it :it the moaat She died at the ripe old ago 'for n horse) of twenty-time twenty-four. I looking bay too of Sa> star from the mnre Fu e 1 ap Hi imporled from Eafeol to Trinidad but did not have much of a turf career OM tn Perhaps It was a pity we did not use him more aiadithttl island. His dam Pu* of Evadat, u. the dam of one winner In England, Quiekiire, also by aaBvadnc was the clam of ol 5 iar* ol sul Mixed Doubles Handicap Mi and Mrs. P. D, Harm's "1U beat Mri •) ("'iniiell and .'.i' %  *• %  > ^-.— ~~~ %  j W McKlnslry i 30 6 U. .imounts, the total being onlj E994 Evadne was by Skhit shot which : fl 1 b rsday. March 30 ton, Division I, %  %  %  M1' %  1 Frldas I in h U 1 i.d that tins %  %  1 ; lb lottam and the !... Mi.a will be their contribution to the v/elfare %  btwib had ird roe the realil S(1R mind 1 n. Ince It might be cc) %  a their belts. gt beaten m • 1 M to help I'" • %  1 inmht point out a* I n v food eupphV .-no Win Ung atnletn teams to the I94H Olyn 1. ratJone ai wen This Is no suggestmn %  i 1 thah ....... not the illghteal chance of ai undi I Of the low 1 Ul thi eiili.,1 rOOd • 1 HER RECORD AT STUD GUN SITE THE BUT Sunriae'i Aral foal wai Sundial, born in 1938. Sundial ta and as a two and three-year-old suflentl fnxn a, i.in.tie of him 11 in the Def m of 1U41 was that he could neithei run fast nor far. A yw lag \i,. K s Ban"' ertttseaaad <• miraculoui > was aa of him from then on. Whin %  ,. 1 won .1 C class mile in .1 how t of rai mud thej stopped laughln, c then Sunrises .1 Chi letaaaf l link afurray, .ri hii radl mmentarj after Gun Sites vlth 1 in lb In l tiled for hula oil to Mr. fi—3. MONDAYS KIXTLKKS Ladies' Doubles ions and Miss croft and Miss U. Wood. ind Misr WU.00 vs. Mrs. .1. ConneU F ii Be 1 and s. P %  Siiur(l.i\ April I %  Men's Doubles mill have**** in extra doff for Sunrise. J n* produce good %  %  ithei then O.T.t by throwing Blawaway. riranat %  "i rtde'i Batten to th1 Battle Front UP to %  %  .. 1 .. mi*. iu> q 'in -niiiii.i in m 1M0 Nul hi ml m 1KI9 .11 Rrewn miv by O.T.C kdi*iu. %  iM BB> < u li in ore laa < tarrt %  IH43 1 • %  BUM i-> I'AWIS March *>4 aro %  0TC '• u,, ""'' %  ...... I h Airlce were itai %  Qtmmto't — n ati ui..11 rencini PMIer..ti'.i when in. Annual Conii* H.u.n i,. bunma "" from 22 eountrle PA In m) opinion, th* Krtiter inakM no od Admitted To Fencing Federation 1.-.-. v ', .... M ..: .-: i'-' NEW Mobiloil NOW AVAILABLE in a'tAKHAUOS • Makes Car Engine, fUaner. • Gives teller Protection Against We • Improves Car Performance. • Reduces Gas and Oil Consumption. • Prolongs Engine's Life. 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1 TTTffm7T7TTTT / -^'^Uc „, CLASSIFIED ADS. THANKS FOII iiE.vr HOUSf! I i I R-oud. drawing, dirung drc**lni tan to-aa %  i i.in lki,i Sir..' %  ..•1 Phone 40*4 1*1 III H Mtlll I £23 r """ * !" **d *V obtaining order for prl-Me ChrHbnM Cardffu • cur friend*. No a-revtoua nprn-n. '"•"T. •• !•*•> tar beautiful £r*%  #>.* Book io Brltelaf largeit %  • % %  .' %  ilihera ratgkeel gjggajgtggtg •nrveHoMe WM| anaKing OBpOr'.i.'Ut> ltd*. WtlHama Co Dept 10 Metg* Anrki. Praaton. Engiai.d NOTICE M 3 IN MEWORIAM Wilhel, %  %  .. depart llLliLtt GlllWi Rd.. < %  Vrwly renov.ita-cl D-awing Row". Dm "> nedroorri* fi %  cite Apply F Jorclnn. r Office 20 J SOIn ERDY-V1IJ.X Jennnotf'n Lane Apr -te — "5M View 1*|i '. Baa M.maaon If. | | 11 rote v%i F AUTOMOTIVE %  i %  4 I* for a pick • 14 b 1 P I %  '%  1 i 7MI Wi LIVESTOCK %  %  MFCHANICAL %  T7RICAL %  MlSCElLANrOHS •nl Vac%  1 1*0—if r I 4ft X fl %  %  I %  I irthepan. ulan Dtal 3SK MIM 1 n \Y" St Philip Cow* Full* 'niilahnrl. 3 bedroom*. 3 Mivrii roorn cwrpaa-b. lliMing plant, wain mill Farthing benrh From Mn, v I D* PARISH or from the Ird. it • the enVe of the Paioel la] Treasurer. St John, will be opau un UM •"i UNi i Ai'i'l ti I II. 8 FRAJEI). Parochial Tr'.. •l John NOTICE The vacant po*m<. (or Stcno-typlii and ggeaHajnl in Iruni ance department, have now been Hied R M. JONES A CO.. I.TIJ KJ M A || PAYS HI ADVERTISE I SHIPPING PROFESSIONAL NOTICE ; ,a iiuiiian National St H. rCHKCTRA of "Chfrovllle" Uppai Hay Si DaW KpU>nade> by Chiropractic metnod AMMMt < % %  !— of ayea. ". ,„. inniaw ma**Moiue**, aauoeye ana 1 INSMEtTfnOVING! %  HI HAVEN" Cnn Coeit fullv f*.r %  >hcd. 5 brdrooma. 3 aervanta' roomi rlcnible gamfe. lighting plant, walei null. •arpreb bnthuig beach Dial 447' December It J Ifr I \ M Ml H A pill it. IBM MI I I i\sPatai Three bedroom* Mad Available I* 'or Four month*. App1< Ralnh A P-"l t !':,. %  44C1 or MM 39.3 M -Hi. ii. i i m |l. Lin • iRMt A 4aid WIUI in without %  .4.1 iiMti-dlt.! TtUMU Bro. PtrflfWtlllann M>"I. D >l 3406 o. Md DM) Mil 34 3. W—3n %  nil. fully fumliihed to Octobrr bkphal • IMMM* r*nt Applv r Arihur A Co Md 32.3 M--S-. %  %  % %  %  %  . IM 36 3 M-In • to W B For further partlni i raon 1 Co 14 3 SO-t f n LOST A FOI \ll LOST -ri c i v i i A pair of Nprciarlei 23 3 30 3n TICKET H "-a %  • %  Kd Ch Cn .... wm i %  m 'in A 25 3 10 "h n v\ ii;u .pabio and %  inf. Trie na eia 34 3 10 -3i. %  %  . I*!aiul St XJ In I a 31 3 SO -i BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE ASSOCIATION t rtl. n %  ( Caaaall rarmbrra rolllnar lor the election of five member to aerve on tha Council for lha jeei imo will take place In the Lobby oi trip ItMt'litiive Council Chamber. Public Buildtnaa. on Saturday tha 3Sth March. I0SO between Uve hour* or 10 a-ni and I p.m. Thfollowlna; Candldataa have bee> nominated, : — Kla D rOBDC Mr F H BARKFJt Mr If COVI-STOrf Wr R. A CIAHKX Mr E 1. MORRIS Mr. A. B IJCWIS Mr C. R C SPRINGER Mr D. E CM ASK Mr. L. E SMITH Mr* M. STUART MM F V. CARTOI hoj withdrawn HUJO FALd (.online Led Schooner D'Ortac. %  -' lynl E tfl Freedom. 1 %  TUlU %  ' f * l % % %  ••* PUtrrlm. Sch i orr*r.n urm Providence Mark. J torn i lend. Aaaoetation IN K>UCH WWH BABSADOS COAST STATION adTlH thai (hey oan now I with the folkwl:m afii'M, U I Barbados Coaal St.' S %  Mai-Uine. Ml.-* I •%  . CTuarftan. U-. cogne. Auricula. M l | Rariiftr. Mly-a* Pi%  all, s Virsuio. rort "anardu i Spun K. -.. % %  -• %  ~ • •< %  S Cerro. Angelina, Aret • L*!>u*mar*. Dolore-. C—-, %  i %  % %  ;. ,. ^ria. M.ipa. Sundla Bunw, CanadM*. Chailenser. l*m' : Oetrulu. Steil.1 POaH ., D.uphln. Faiaterbotiur. unperlal Toronto Va^ajiiH^ ARjtlVAJ.S— li, || l •IUIM TKINlini, I wroth* <" • %  rette B>1 ; %  "'I Ml H WI l> -AUCTION lNaUrRVEI> AUTIOK SAI* •' %  'EUMCSUAY 2ih at : -.VNDaV VOJ^. ROAII Bmto.,Hi oiibla roofed board A atiinarie nou 10 x 8. to x II x %  with kitchi I FAIi, OF | R ARCHER M.-KENZII AaWtleBMr > w : 1 will M-II at Cable rind %  ni. St l-awrence Gap. on Thursday next 30th Match, beainmnar at 1 o'clock, a collection of Shoit I'm* Planki. old lumber, levrral block RoflM. a collection of Pine Tablei tunable for >Ii*pla>ma lample* or making ochool <• are 10 ft lone my 2 ft. w-idr aboard T*3: chair*, boxo. iS aaaolene drum* '3i Lawn il i.'ter Pump A stool tank caoacity |j. -..ii.-u and aaveral Itemx of Ituetet TF.R\1 < ASH IV ARC Y SCOTT 34 3 '<*> 3n r.avc been inttrurtert to aell b> aurkU MM tnc Mtb March arl a number of Motor Van wheel I Sire 100x16. number of tube* ilOOxK colleclion of Hub Capa and tirveral r llama of intereat DARCY SCOTT. Govt A.. \M \ IIUI s l Hi m |V nri.LEvii.i.F* ran nil vou one with I badrooii••r in 2 Mandate on 1 %  .ten. 3 bedroom houat in CITY, with wie %  nd e!e<-tri 1 %  m Pater >1 3 50 It fl U\*t\ \l %  %  %  Four Ei g %  IP 3 %  %  r rm M 3 30 li %  %  %  i OA rd* i rVril II Dr**m %  *' IV-i M 3 fto In I litSl'^Con:i/ n CK TYBZR %  x M 1 Q W1W *i I I T... > ID do I %  Kite M Ml Cagf I. 1TIJJ -1 %  C Herbert. Tudor • UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER OH TUESDAY. ?Hh b> %  AnA-ea Oil. I a-l| he %  %  %  %  '-I,Ma which hwludee Good Duiin %  .--at H uprigni Chain, Sldaboortl .. Ctebuaet. OmaaMni I 1 ei Btttai v. Kotkara all In Mahogiaiv Some ver i %  i %  . \\..re, PUIc Mliei %  :. W-* ]., lie-. IS ( .ill iNklnted Oi igeeartVi onda Single IV.! % %  ,i .I'i% %  HI: iNKfttt, TROTMAN 1 00 AurliuiircT. eurabeoi Mc -.. ,i ^ Pl FROM AMif.i Mr D FROM JAM \|< \ ATktV", >ob j QH ph £uTa M, San^Jn DBPARTI U —B< R W I \ 1 luir rUNIDAD %  ' %  % %  ; • %  .. 1 Ycnuig. Mn Mary VotaBC Or DtTlg sloltWi M- f I Murral: ;.,urel. Mua Eh/ Margery fNiUartoti. Ml* Mar ..v. Ml Joan Pnngie. Ml WcnJ l-i.mar. Mrg. MarglueAbcreromL MM Po*r Bm-d. Dr ThomM Plckerlnf MiM Jean TliJ'loe. Mr CharleRtM Mr. Walter Oibbing. M.) Aubrey Chaae, Mr John Femande* Mr N svbga. Mr*. John Thoma. Jatiki. Mr. Ramdaih Samaroo. Mr R %  FOR LA Gt AIR A Ml-" Man WkOflnl. M'Juan Panlli. M Bollel. Mra. Marto Salazar. Mr John Groerve. Mn. Ravmonde Groene FOR ST. KITTS Mr Manfrefii L.ikr FOR ANTIGUA Mr Philhwe Quc-tel. Mr* M Qurxtel. Mr Plgrion An %  Meitrman. M Cw„vieve Uo>d-Thorru.^. Mi -i Mu Mr R,. Bartmm, Mrs. 1 MM Lilian Howca uiiNT WORST YOI S-n I r.i MOV IN I, LET US TAKE CARE OF ALL YOUR WORRIES perion.il Sup.-rv.-tiAMirod phone 330* rtAPmnos Ft RNIII *r mon fl. CODRJNGTON. Bniton X Hd l*ublir Salt-Coi^. HEAL ESTATE BUYntS! A 3 BedruHii Bu It Worthing MJIII lt-i vrnlencflft, <: %  rdr K1.TS0 Seoalde and oUir. uvlitduig S(O.--.I*,JI and a 2 Bedroof i ..Iro at Rocklev %  %  mforced Con .-. rng ,-ind Top | %  %  %  > %  !....II. f>aW at FontalK-lle A BoJMhlow %  CKy lti-ai.U-1 (Hheiluw.denoeit %  RW'nan ii %  Sitea and Elaewherv Cental .i|ii.. ( | Tin. ().,;, \].,.. „ ; and agi Experienced An-: EMata Rniker A Vnluar NO BLUFTIN IF I CAN T WHO WI! | 2713. Call • %  MAPLE MANOR GUES*! HOUSE Opposite Hastinga Rock* I. BO %  XI D-t I r. AT YOUR SERVICE l\ I It ANINl, in I INI. I \l Mil IMN(. \Ni H \l IIKI --INI. %  fcl MUMI luKIIW HHKUJM. HOI ^> I 4110 .quar. feet of land alliiate at spruce Street. %  DWH 1 ING HOUSE with 2 300 -quar. ( % %  Street. It A HAHCE1. OF LAND Ilrldgelown. %  i-roperltc* of Cam mi I llr.i.iw and will bg %  ale l,v PubUr Con : %  ti No. 14 Jame* Street Brid Friday. Slat. March. 1940 .it I p in For Hup.-, : %  YEARWOOD A I43 JO -gn HOUMBOne n %  %  %  %  1>. .1 .]'%  .,1 1 lASl>~m Peiehea of Latfld %  I UpiBUT t ,' I llgt Aprtl i \ %  13.4M tm ft of land altui b i the aide of the rood facing the ^ tha land ... i-<-tha r ••< %  and all othai %  %  %  IT'S ".noil t0 lock at! Ill ( 1-:R to cook on!! BEST I IT'S not a riddle . %  — %  %  ,. I ..I Table* Mums Setle with %  U in Mahoguii Picture* Mahoghny Tip Top Dining ... M.rrured Wagon. Kelvmator Re fngarator. Keru-ei.Modal *ilh aelf taPneJ Pooka BeexartaaRa A Mattreaaea Marbl* l..l WaahaUind. Folding kVraaxi. Sle*ji' Wantrr Radio, 'in orhmg ordet i An i 1'iano. PiM" A -i %  i.M VIN. i REAL ESTATE Eczema Itch Killed in 7 Minutes %  Nil I liFJfXE CRIBPfl Thehit B LTD standing on J:-l U) feet of land II him ctoae-l xal lery, diawutg a-ul | | .nd Bath U %  tona iin me tool rovarad with aalvanlag and .hnvale. It U within ra> reach of all the vhooU and |ferMa> Bui l-re Vacant poaeaaloii lnane.li..tel> D ARCY SCOTT %  NL dei ror Ikiii it. 1.1 SUISI WES1 ISAI4S iiisni liti i s Mum. Il.iul. i.li. I ..iiil'.n. Rriuir A maaaw tana f ••-M IIiii f i ill Holer I lie I in if WANTID-SALESMAN PreferRbly someone with Car. %  C'l ib for all moiitha from M> mil all mod %  rrTAOl i -* Count near M* to t FOR SALE m Jowph. Stoiie roe—fojrt rooi Tt.,ig room. I c-rvimta qiurt.Wle1 %  dining %  %  .•ppolntI %  %  wing A dining room. %  %  ' %  Wood raauaa Eood oo n dH URi rt> ^..'"^oorn^.hr-e iKTIAIlU: Uppei Hill Two atoioy houae.. pni %  %  AMR DW 1 : JAd IOH SALE SEAL I-VIATI: IIIVOS AND BL4DON (JOHN* M. BLAUONt %  lent aeai front %  picture %  one building atto "D1X0N & BLADON' ITT I ft %  party poaneaae* modem hon" iihout letting its "Old I >re 3 rwvption. aoargfa K.ght of Way to >eo "D1XON & BLAL^N" HLVBR si'i;.\\ -. n lone built 2 / d wide front veranda %  rrjroj • -DIXO.N & HI.ADON' %  %  i iflound flo ( r now uaed ;.a i "DiXON & BLADON" .' %  -.%  %  The lg .i w .de Iront verandnh otM agai -i i with baali L ah^ped lounaTa %  "'latiera. Efiqulrlea invited •DIXON & BLADON'' %  %  linked by uagw %  double s.u..g*. Nal %  : "DIXON & BLADON' %  D WALK I 1 bungalow of A •l.mdmc on I hU>Ung. .1 W %  %  modar | X, >,*. --:.., %  — HM 7^ k N B in Ulect Pa*.er.ga GARDINER a* without notice Faroe and frelgn AUSTIN & CO.. LTD \ = • • -Ana. The A| v DAERWCx.T accept Cargo .nd I'^iaenger* for St Luela. St Vincent. Grenada Aruba. MUng WedneaJay 23nd Tha M T. CARIBBEX will ccepl Coftto and Paaaangera for Antigx.a. Mnntaen The Schooner LAUDALPHA win %  •cppi (\u-go ,-. nd paMcngvr,, fc.r St l.ucia. Milling TuetcJgy 3Ut March. B W I SCHOONER OWNERS' ASSOCIATION (INC.) i aaaJeBkfge, TEL 404. SM VHW GlBi HOISI HASTINGS. — FILLY srocnn, u "AT** urn?,* upu.rd. (lMhi Apply^ Mrs. s ;i„ VISITORS TO OCR ISI.AXD //) HAVE BAGGAGE WORRi ? You can leave your Baggage with us tor deanri, ^ regular service You can be assured oi Us jtJm !" 1 * Remember t WE GIVE PERSONALIZED SERVICE SMITHS SHIPPING SERVICE A,er„rL-se PACKERS FRE GHT "l James Street, BridRetown. SAGUENAY TERMINALS IB. Reference CONTROL BOARD'S NOTICE FC! OILMEAL TENDERS. S. S. BENNY Sailing from Halifax 3rd April. PLANTATIONS LTD.-Aoerts ; For MARL. IAMB, GARDEN MOl'LD. and LIME Dial 1503 Spend your BaiUr Baa al SILVER WARS Silver Sana v t I*nvatta DM %  "I MRS. WHABM '#'li#' 0 it in lnr la ml Piano *l>i'--iui(|* ten*rrilcl4Td (or (Ji*r TropUt. %  utiful unrifht Piano which harmonizes wllhthtaaaV rn trend uf homo The "Cumborl but grul in puftniftM • are giving Musfactory lartoi %  BARBADOS. Ui-.'i.uiijLiuUuns arrai)a.ed without oblifatiori. or Call for easy payment plan. CBClL JEMMOTT—33 Broad Street, (uptt-iri Pfcoeu). FOR ANY OCCASION YOV CAN DEPEND OV TAYLOR'S SPECIAL BLENDED %  tWith the Distinctive Flovoiii) gar Th,s Blend is Enjoyed by All Who Vn II SIP IT ~ TO EN10Y IT t Blenders ./#! U. : II.,I.II A e Lid. 6„& ^Beaton; •awan run w. *& !•*• ^t^Tui.^ mm h I mi — l" *• ~^y i i MJ At openioca lor M ^ H^miaaWl %  tkaaai must in COURTESY GARAGE - # t£k *


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%  pffl AV.MASCH2a.lSS0 srvn.w \nvoi.\ii iw-""%  ,,: JSici. of Dnanri.] i %  Km turn .'H-*"' I Ely T that to I Enmcr' ial Unit ^Va^nis comcrned, would L*inhibit tl %  ^Cculrvspi'MMinlrv %  '' %  oople. K>tll the .,_] Government nnd Egggamts of the UnlU So far %  eminent! hould be fret Efealextemal IWeral purpose: fBjpral Qovernmi Committee have quite %  me to lbs %  : wwit need MM rel; %  %  %  they dependent on votes of nation by Government would be i %  subot'i.i %  Ibutions could be wlthd furthti il is m ;>urpose ol > Pedertl which it :.. %  uadar It 4a I %  i I* %  ,i i, ,• %  • i deduct ol thi %  MOD. a F % %  %  adminbtri'i' n of the %  %  particular! \ of the Pe %  %  re vet uui b %  %  would be imp prttoT-.t tl ., .. eollerlion Administration They reromni'%  Wctfti % %  •. the Fi i BtOj hrnfn in •heU n ha* been derh %  %  led I lhn should be paia to -lamp sales, over the BU in lieu of postal proU, lik.. the • nd not subject to the I •\Cuatomirecefl Ml UOBUI %  •2.000.000. Thccomn 1 lend to inhibit : spirit of selfreii independent The) h certain ..peeitir pun %  economic %  : %  1 %  Id %  %  %  %  nttft I la i %  %  1 %  %  %  i %  % % %  %  %  he %  %  %  %  iade hy r|g rent mdepender %  • -ion Were this to be done the • power of H %  tabtiits : be abolished and the Feu" n would I* able to manage Ithout such ml The Committees recommenda Aoulri also mean thai I rca e/ouM i. BUOftei to the monetary policv ol Imparlal Government would be affected hy such decis' %  ...ice |n %  mum %  T, elm .vhi-'i latanritnM bim made in reI the form of the Federal nd the relation betha Federal Government %  md the Unit Governments are %  nt in their display of moderatm:. and their appreciation Of reality, but in the assessment Mar orii'mic mat %  thaj have pted to make Federation too grave error, for if the peoples ol the regmn Miciently mature to conduct B %  Upon a regional i re sufficiently mature '.o : • %  (act that Federating more than "in* possit i %  etTectiii', a.duced to -iprntion without at the ring the tinnnci.il they will be 'lev will be :sillusioned. %  %  it tempted. %  %  %  living to an/ %  %  %  or many years. :1 men in %  Federa veil of secrecy on of the %  %  %  publl< men to HI appre%  1 l %  %  l %  %  %  teHectutl i tact with 1 IF OIL SHOULD ROWiANO's BE FOt \D > CS LEE. A.RS.M BSc. F.G.S. Dr. rTVOODhl Educated at Antigua Qrammar School and Cornell UmI C.T.A iiefore ulture. Itntish tJmana. [I appointed Director of the Institute of Social and E. Research of tl College of the W I Indies. Ijis revvnt vtaii ,. British Guiana was for the purpose of establishing mutual interests be: ; %  %  ;ai and econo vestlgations Social T : %  .. : les in his report %  %  %  liej bar 11 l>evrlopmeni is the r maximum production fp with the minimum of Known %  %  EM biggest topics of discuss* lag the %  Barbs. the cost of such deep drill. r\ i • — %  maintain lower pj %  ur. nuggtns leiU Gutanese Of CSHaal lias more oil to the surface urn %  %  %  points which the Closer A' pump. I'umpii | tion Committee has recommend-d drilling, costs n confu ion in Bsii Guiana Huggu. 4 Ihe Institute "* e anywhere but nd Economic ut ways of c Wesl Indl gas from underi Mints so that: "Let's Get Federation Straight" Dl Mi ltriti-i Quiana tuda> is fin more of the 1 %  i % %  Mtting up "' I %  %  ml (ioveininci %  %  ucli more limited than most reco^i n[ the BUtOI Guiana. Government will in r-tained." Dl Muggins .vent on to sugge: %  nted Ih i %  : %  evpected to I* ;n. If one d*>. tne Com. %  \llnlhei \l ^lllllt'lll %  1 the muni %  %  nine that at ..I the rriajoi #) on page 1 Ktlon will enl demand but oil will not bC %  %  Id from s it is teasible In mat. %  multiple leasing ovti . of the oil %  ..I drilling struggle drainage channels on iheir mutual %  pull as much oil as possible out %  l got the %  the tiow of oil and gas, although In tl %  %  without i' i garage, for Man | >il does not move <>f Its own iceord. %  things—oi; II move. IS made up of lighter %  %  %  .mounts ol sea water mi ith %  i %  rullenniun pi wcl! pun %  I free gas. — ire at the top of %  tO expand ajld the gas dissolved ..head %  acaf' %  curred m %  Mind.nv drtluni Oil flOW! %  %  %  rtn of th. .. Ihe lal oil %  me way rttleel import a %  .n tioth the %  I %  pel .ell iiow i %  tion period; all thai matters %  pound as llOB, upon vhlcfa the whole futun ; %  hope that : %  %  %  %  %  MACASSAR Oil. C • THE BEST SAFEGUARD AGAINST MIDDLE-AGE' HAIR mfisa—i i— IIIKII %  RowUod". 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s % %  % %  • %  '• (March '-< |.0. ;$unuau ^iwcate IX IK XT* Year 5J. Foreign Aid Cuts Will Mean Third World War i\TTLE FOR CONTROL Of ITALY CONTINUES Communists And Government Renew Trial Of Strength BOMB. M:irili ••-, ME ITALIAN OOVKBN HUNT :,,„! „„. „,,„, ,„-;,„, • bi-lrd Gcnenil Labour Confederation ..,,,. ilnp. Ibe Mconri round ol ill,i, Ml fur co -H j,. In hiiudmls of cities and towns ilitouhoui 11 „,„„,. Police .>d Communist leaden w.r, manhnll, lK „ hreei HI J£ fan :i nuualve demonttratlon plan i,, r B.H. Official Favours Federation BELIZE, March 25. was sparkling pubU on Caribbean Fe • Is. Rriiish Honduras born General, lion. T*Hassock last mght declared, profoundly conscious thai Honduras will continue as ; in the eyes of the world, the associates herself with jroup m this Hemisphere". t'HaPock. who lectured to a group about 60 under Ihe of the West Indian UniExtramural Depai t merit. i British Honduras partiin Caribbean Federation. objected to representation on n basis, which could give ur.d Trinidad .' ig the major il) in the Assembly, should the be selected Iron other than Jamaica 01 Aiguing that .ne mamliaftt "are comin<-. territories" %  mu nwultuiK population u.: ikould be i onetdered being huii working %  | "shock squads" mount.. ,: -1 armed wit* rovi -^rii to iti lull strength ol TO.OOO. %  %  1 be operating with the confidence created by its success v .sday, when I the hlaaM Communist |i %  \ Plan look shape in Italy Demons;:. ,, i a rgeb from Italy'-: 2.000.000 jl plus l.iiidl. t worker are threatened by bank; re modernisation, have already learned how UM QOI on "tough" policy. Interior n 0 Scelba %  Thursday that the new %  ecurltv I has built up could crush both nationwide mass action and ad revolt in u town of :m iwm Itfuter Truman Warns Congress FULL AID NECESSARY FOR PEACE pi ftr *.. tor* paM to tun tring trie disc •en, K.i u:ie of Hunduian delepointed mit that i as not tixtd for would correspond i changes Mr. from the iloor ission by revealjproceeding.of SCAc l*|.;-s had sworn, said Mr. %  jam, to either destroy peraunut^ find notes or make them it the end ol Wftlorr was not at liberty to *~ the argument i\ud oonhlch the Commitlls report. ck. who Ms on ih< g* ,iVt M his *•> .-r. fa i ratii >vi re p< %  o aid !.ul represent the %  the British Honduras GovernThe Admiral Is Pleased WASHINGTON. March 2i MUltg ol the formatiO!. %  ended in the Cailbbean toll week showed that the United State Lai continuing progress in air defence submarine exercises," the Nav\ arnounced today. Vice Admiral Donald U. Duncan. Commander of the Second Uni/ed States Task Fleet, who was In overall charge of the manoeuvres, said he was pleased with the %  ull the force*—America: Canadian and Dutch which tooh K cuter. SELECTED FOR BISI! Associate: yesterdav %  to right I and Lt Col J I rear, H in Hi waiting man). Lt. French Power Strike Ends PARIS, March 23 The French gas ana i ended at down today bq Union decision, which w orkers : i Iuite las: men said that the i trilte WOUl vd before MOT; ... ,.11 night debate, the All UDKM Committee announced "li return to A headquarter <>f thi %  said. "The 6 o'clock rft MM he strike was OWtl did not know here. Tl i are likely to come back gradually, but pressure should i. tomorrow." The unpopular.t> of the gas am electricity strike, whet man] Parisians of hot u was described by French provri tial doctors as "Collective Mm Yugoslovii." % %  %  %  %  %  mar} 26. while the Yugoslav utti % %  %  BigeM u III) thr ^ In tnc %  %  %  I to dis %  %  —Reuler PRAGUE. Msrch St. Miss Catherine KosmuK. 41 year-old assistant Attache at U: United States Embassy in Prague, %  11 lead bi rain froi.i the American Zone In ivhara she was flown mvoluntar; yesterday as one of 85 p and crew aboard three ak planes. Miss Koamak. who tions. The Catholics havi %  hiA would nevei mula for solution of i pi'iblom. which Invoh i red abdh aak a complete leiuin Ol KIIIK l^*opol. 1 15 WILL DECIDE ON CHINA TOMORROW LAKE SUCCESS March 25. A UNITED NATIONS GROUP with .. mi %  e the Communist regime in China here on Monday with %  t a new the Nation.. The lfi nation Transpo i onununii itloni Conu I OB Monncludes itlimi^i,n,, present R Uon takuif lor the Jtst deleIn all pn e Mr. Jacob I irj ol th. ml to Kuol rj II. i*""". ran II I !" m..| : i. .7~" r —. tuslraians l-'i-dil I IKIII rinii.u !" E %  'ere half L^a ^T—?" the floods are k IX WUION FOR SPAIN %  1U2£ZI : mbly met in Scpteml^i Dnil Back I I'teiHl. %  and dlspu:< and more in steel, building, coat, uocks, ind worsened in the ports while i drift back COOttnu French merchant Wiman ii. Dunkirk -Innk fOJ J< hours this j morning, throwing most <>f thi port UOckei were without %  >< power, The dock itriki era) throughout the country itinued in i'ui the WM normaL Th' %  %  %  %  The financial commits %  the annual "pm— (Rrater.! Famous Gaaae Hunter Dies %  can wild ga %  i lay. The man. who had t %  hfe of hairbresth escaphospital, aged !•• %  %  %  %  Only last Jn'o %  %  eaiaya. He had plain • filming organisation. Tt i %  %  ft i.lm prodi. visited N tog of the Unii InformaUon i %  i %  %  Prjgye. was th* aboard the planes, who have tai in Parliament. %  %  ••'^iu. of the Chamber of Deputl Miss Kosmak said that when prominent leader of thi the plane. In wnk .1 to-night thai (on its way from Bra) %  lavs was ready to tak. %  %  Bclal communique njnr bad to bi ,. Hie nrea(rom the plane ent Caretaker Premiei (iasl : %  nd thi to Czechoslovakia immediately. A woman passenger complaineo waiting foi 1 %  %  %  Id the paawogan not to worry. T.iey were %  • n to the Amei. sulate in Munich, where OTTanaja ments were Ix'ing made for her return to Prague. Miss Kosmak went lava, to chi %  She took the return ptai Germany, she 1 Iteiilrr Trade Union oniii-il Formed KUALA LUMPUH. Mai .1 Malaya Trade Union erence today unanlraoualy voted i ti< .1 |B ,':.,... ..I.. .' Thu central organL>a'i the British Tn 1 itrussels last night 1 ''>ngress.—Eaater. Rmtrr %  Charles, t Cm kflldfaafl The Cathohc mOVei I p. %  executive itci wardi %  e all legal %  king of 1 %  1 %  %  %  people. %  %  •uit session l I 1 Ktag'l future, the statement indicated. More than 300,000 Belgians, who staged a •MM against the •ventual return of King Leopt.ld to Belgium went rorfc Brussels was calm i. until the early hours. inii-UopoldisLs fought i in a spectai i %  mounteil %  "ACHESON MUST CO" SAY REPUBLICANS -*.W "", C \ ,ta, thr lions otoervem believe that tl.Council i seatins oi the Can"". I !• be .rhe loan %  15 Killed In Plane Crash %  —Renter Bj PAt'L SCOTT RA.NKIM HINOTON, Mai en 2b '.• heson Must Go" drivt |i causing concern in Diplomats i gum. %  %  \ I out inU noM of his being ouslc %  from the realisation that the kneei of Acheson's iie Foreign Pi U heson's influ* Bu Tiire. •.. and will n ling through Cool^Riilstion to aid nonCommunist countries in Europe and Asia. paign has bc< %  ittack upon lunant in the .. ipaign for the Coi i • November The e x t : Conservative "Valiean Rules" DisapfHfinling -ARCHBISHOP GARBETT YORK, March ^ J .. .... Roman Cat! %  ; iHHhling". but %  The Holy Office, the nipn • M Vatican on faith Laat month laid dO' condlfonj on whlel Catholics might take port In l COnferencei aimed at reunion than penniss the only reunion the Bonsai C a t holic Church can cceiMmplale %  m Home main! %  at, we re|ect i '( all doctrine thai t %  %  If Anglicans theref'4 i )r „ .) of thchurch But Anglic.i' thank God for n etbolles, who bj thai %  bio, m Commup eeuuon for Hi Reuter I Amis Joins A Circus: Will Not Come Back WAD > i i %  ato UM MIII has tlgni Canada for a CUn May 24. that he will exhibition tour to Sou'.' Earlier Joe had told it | think a comeback I l %  an honour as retiring un i reported ] v %  for him lo train for %  a Chai %  Keuter. campaign strategy, last week openly blamed Ache. Eastern Policy for the China 'to thr Communists" Thc> charged him with tt %  treasonable alllani elements pro-Communists anu spin In the American diplomatic H rVKI Achison ought to be able 10 Lipport leaders in Congress, oi Republican leaders, who have collaborated with him through five years of post-war biBut the gn lican bi-partiitlr the" %  %  %  Krulrr KILLS I. INJURES 10 BUKROfl UM Mi %  %  tel kitchen i md went hcrsci.. and set! ; i Utehan \ Into the im.vi lounge IOJ dishing a large knife ID %  %  %  Krutrr 127 Killed In ir Crash IN 1943 %  da tat a 1^43 air u %  i it The details' were Oitary %  es An Ann i *.tor loaned a U ashett %  U-reeby. UtUng trucks loaded with lOldiari and ammunition, the radio said to-day. Part "' 'he aircraft bomb load ..iniouiiilion explodeu. An tog. lepoilexl a huge Wall i leaing for S20 yards. — (Renter.) I.(MM) Italian Troops Arrive In Somaliltrnd .. reh 23 .. %  lornallN %  atmln\pect\ l '* 11 t.— Rrater Two Kilh-il In Lorrv Expltisitnt TKN | %  %  dynamite caught Bra t .-,..:. racking the countryakti round. pa. tacuiar blaat down a dozen or more by.Uh'h irated for minor injuries. dug o five metre deep crater throughou 1 crete pavement, li ^ 'n*' sparsely m %  80 yards around. Th.who died had parked tl %  the burning Ion ah t xploded with a roar.Reuler Dies Of Cancer HAVANA. Cuba. Hal J Manuel Alt irthsggt %  %  %  %  ducal %  I Ramon Crau San Marti 1947. While holding thi~ ixt. h< figured prominently in the Cayo Conllies expedition of of many aimed at unseating the Dominican dictator. Gen Rafael Leouas. I Mfl. Senator Aleman was among the exiled Cuban leaders, including the forrn/t • %  i %  cted a "remoti campaign from Miami. Florida. 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.lM)\V_ MARCII 26. 1951. freebooter fins Grand \ational ,M,S. MOKGAK %  ,'. lengths TTnw: Wol No 9 Cni North country man. mrd lu ftii > %  ..> ''""' %  %  ." %  aa>; *' ,' pllvt ,.]. Freebooier and SMTH.. ""< "" %  K (U " d Freebooter. much •T, cl snu. ol book L,7 r %  bnd %  ; hi. Seld to • % % % %  S. Then? n^> "u comi ffinnd Mid Hum places, which %  LTu Wot No Sun and Atlhon 51 bo.1i "I %  • %  """' '*'" la -" 1 C "hen oui well Rowland -n on >lroi.l.v to lake fourlh -w from Monavecn, ho had I mort ..I in.-I M\V .DVOCATE PAGE FIVE lift t II-, QOALK USD > : ... "" %  %  ** >fcr kick ..,,, I'Kii.m nun. >ii HI* \\ ins B.R.A. Selects Seven For Bisley n£Ti^ge Boxins Cup n* Royal ho* was In fronl which will _*14 <>f 30 jumps had Kb htn (j^thim did well to keep hi larbadM RlOa n l % %  < mi Bubadoi "'.' % %  i to*G*nie Toi I'tomwi K. Barney VI. Knocklrr, Ship': M. inchmore and Samtfleld. '-... %  ^ which hit them heavily, j^rp numbers I ^Moddii of at least 1.000 %  ,; dramatic winning fabtre Handicip, and Frt lonaL One biK layer Mid he doubted -fctMr bookmaki I as* *o fae such liabili'.:. CHUBK owners bought Free' %  pgH. who I EBB^' "urse for I pjlguineas in Irt'l.'ixl. where In vu bnd. Th<* well gjnond the starling joint | n. %  %  fctsudatflt' Beecher: Brook l %  tut Hero toppli d peno fence It* race was run %  ajukkr I H iv was fc laoi—i' 'u::stiin. i. <., %  %  and dur%  %  l*' event, and visibility wa.s ^ %  ll The | Bar soft under foot. It later BpfrM 'hat .[ the**l.nishins %  mm Hapj % %  Rlvt r. K i %  11 hat Field Bell tttrd the %  fcavetii Keuter Alex Urayton Resigns Front Cricket Hoard luku*. >ji.„i. t MriMBanll i %  Cauivi m,. hat A %  a* %  in b> thi %  %  %  Theme.iiiu waa notified Utal • next s n .-, ol Inlereolenial %  jWhe* WOUld .< in i„. i U Triuiilaii beln| %  ..in-dull-.. >'toit Jaauka in Febrmarj %  *r*n „„, Barbados to vfral aniuii Guiana in September— **atf. r, had however, been %  JTMed t one ..i Ihe rrinldad JPaewnum.-, „„ i|„. W.I. !" thai Hi. Barbed* b-B.0 aarium.-iit might In hn.uslu '•n*m i„ Seplrmbrr—Oi ti'i'ii •* *e Jr ihi* propowl uill be ""•mere* b> Hi.local Board *Jf np\l meeliiifi. Annu.l MectinB agre> ," d tht • it Bislcv %  i i-head JS wailing man. %  I Lt. Col who was earn who rtfli %  I %  won ttUDV %  %  I %  %  [HI %  up ntle %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i HajM Oriflllh %  %  i %  light to hi .,nd four %  lad. ^^^^^ Majat IVarrra %  1 %  %  N %  I M I | %  told the "Advocati %  OaaM t\. llM1 i %  i %  %  U N.i.lUI 1 %  %  %  %  %  %  U i .HI-. %  1 %  %  %  ..... Mr. Roberta 'iuiana < (H H>atlurh...il a good n> :iK>d form : 1 %  %  %  Shoot In 10)0 %  %  i it Li hoped m hold Oflitris I ; L WUilon. Joli I B ROUOK I I I %  n %  %  %  %  (153 lb %  %  %  I .llHUlfc Win on Points I %  %  %  I %  %  %  h v lash%  %  : I %  %  %  I %  I %  : 0 %  \arsitv Boat Race Saturday £aturd %  %  aiding M -t-ateiJ at the oars through the froat and tain of winter and spring, to weld ttkenutelveo :nto machine like i**-%  blue, the hallmon. %  U ttU and ... % %  i.. .. for this annual event %  %  Allowing an avorage I :tu to the mir il M a| 20 nttnutM for the %  thia worka out at II i il three pounds pei i£S50. The race itsell rarely pradueea. Uuag finish though in lb. ad last %  i tdgjO got up on .-.I %  I %  %  ||' . |.i'.: III lavoui -IniKKle '<" tin .nds, paiii< ularl] %  I : i %  %  i it has the ( ihe roM in its .. bod Km thiu raaaofi %  -. | :, ,,n Ml klWaen I %  %  %  %  i .. i %  %  %  n %  %  thj aavi %  %  .... %  I : I %  thaali %  rail her. 0 %  %  i. > %  Tl%  %  %  %  n won :'i oi th. last %  Keutei. W ales Ural I ran. M Hugh) lush II i ialrri ii..= %  —Rruln MARCH 26 NO. 112 The Topic of Last Week ^ — -—L—-r'— %  %  )•!> Iltfll IdUl %  II* ran And li %  (If iuinl MU W %  tail IOOUI.U . %  M .1 t**iw hk iV •M ilir l~.il aai _._ o(l Hi ;I .011 in. u-.ic uw la. asaf t— %  Th* .*ii* calUU foe IKil )UX A* tn awi l — alUM iMiiMi 1— unkvd f-*J %  I wol • i ataM %  ,• Irll • %  dM %  %  .. wl %  . .! 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PAC.F SIXTPRN SUNDAY AllVOTATF ilwv. M X R(l W.I. Cricket Tour Well Covered %  %  i %  %  on !'• %  . % %  %  Indian cricketers who are | beer tril % %  %  play and on the Bonn ment o( the West Among the past have been %  %  %  ti am, and \ M irtlndab U rgc Heedl< .. to Contribute i I %  ;><.rts. I %  %  -, i tMateJN %  %  on th. %  tn 0 %  be 10. i aaati Hall ae. 12.3'i GMT %  %  • %  • %  I 17.00 G.M.I %  %  Olai Monday, 29lh .: August 1st.) 'Let's Get Federation Straight" Hold-Up EMjberj Causes Sengation -M.. % • ttum pace 7 : ft %  %  %  KINGS I held up in the mlng near her ho'el by J man and, at the point i i forced lo hand over all the money and Jewel* n tier Her and) i" big An' 11 conlracta at offered a re%  ward of £ 50 for the rafUTO •i as, 'he total value uf hJch baa not been disci. The police have made ft ". fflr v LL In Kingston rooti person and business %  : : >; Governor \ isils Scouts Of The Noil I. A Rallj of Uu Icoul %  %  %  • %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Col. A H I %  %  I v C P Pn i Wood %  ... . %  %  %  %  %  i %  I %  %  : %  %  are men. worm < adf age, the kilter operating in orgtyrseri bands apparently under the ln%  'i.v.r elders It i an mbbed in On • darinj manner and the poll. itly unabia to copa the tltuallon, In the night the large-scale robben. only In flM city but all 01 Island This week there have been two rig hauls by thieves—an rflO iv ai Mandeville — numay "tolen from an iron safe whl family were at a movie -how: and in haul fron thar £400 theft has een if industries would follow, a tha result The chief places %  %  l %  i % %  %  %  ii %  %  %  %  sound schemes of developn i %  %  : "f on*' aneflt I Ahiw Water %  | %  .. %  unfor-; : that Th%  %  %  term period i %  The quU I it will i tmenl well worth while The report suggests that borro UkeJ? In .... ... %  Speaker On "Eire..on" Charge aasslssMJ KINGSTON A CHUM celebre li tba A inch has started in the Courts at Iton, about fifty miles from Kir.gston. of charges against mc lion O Alphonsous Malcolm, Speaker of the House of Rcprc. %  • %  :ins breath of tha Flection Law. Hearing of the hrst count m it o. A. Dayaa, prominent solicitor and .... Attorney General is appearing on behalf of the prosecution an* N. N. Ashenhcim for the '/// /i Mi w D Union, who o providlns u-< %  %  MondaN % %  ment %  i %  % %  %  i I7lh; '• Jul%  mention) i %  including Rhodesia aged %  ted out that unl... %  thin the body. HI %  Ih th, %  %  that thl md that i 1 i ma would be all UM %  %  ibove the allowed number to go to the polls. The hearing continued March 14. / nification I',/>,„-1 urici 1 the ml M.H.C. RADIO I'ROGRAMMKS %  %  %  %  %  : %  . %  BJO p n 1 K % % %  # . %  H .1 t 1SS:US MC PRAiL WAS i^RRMARV AAATERiAL.TO MEAR HIS POLKS TE__ ~~*\0 ATHLETICS FOR HA\' ou? soy s A eooo s^ JOENT BUT -ES NO" S'^OSG! HE HAS L06JS ON T M E 306US 1 Z WANT HIM TO 3= EXC^SEP ^o^ 6VM cesses k 0? ASV =ORM OF S'RSS-^ftJS PiYS.CA_ '""in lune 10 mon %  \ Reaaon n itself te antal objection i unification that t| %  Ing into .i %  kal Audit is %  0 a all II % %  %  %  would, I beUeve, %  %  i Kpcnditui %  %  ie onunen P F CAMPBELL. SPECIALS Table Haulm—i. „, I'I. %  ..lclrns ) mpi„r,u.l, niu ( liuromel-i lielitloa,!,, Tin, Peare.DmT.CMu.h3 ""awberry. Ra.pb.rri Unai, mil Pineapple Bols. Soulhurll'a Miner Men FINK SAVCCS-U, a rm*. %  lolbrook. Il.c Bnawi Lain, 'a and but. Bark ( Mlllll'IS— 1/-V* IIKV Ksl'llALOTS-t/. H I nj. (i II.,,.,,, Fut COLLEGE HOR WHO WEARS OuT THE SAMDS ANDTrtRi\E5 to*-HIGH CLASS WOOLLENS WORSTEDS CASHMERES FOR MEN AND WOMEN AT C. B. RICE & Co. OF BOLTON LANE



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iV<*> TuTTT— CHURCH SERVICES M \i> \v \n\<< n PAtil I I Ml \ MI\M> %  6.G. Rebuilding 47-Mile Road ,!MfcTHODISl %  .1 i .,1 ••:.'• %  „,. *m. T p it (SSSAN SCIEN. I %  %  U ITV „, E IIIR. II Ol ..Oil "'•" %  i^r, | M f5H Will '* '* "JZ,H' D.A i %  "BSATION IBM1 ,f*Jt*,[oi % %  Crnlral Ai L?Eei '•> fondiiti """ Annual DiviI \"IM r M c A %  %  % %  %  : %  %  I %  T>ut"dtv -KHh %  %  .. % %  %  I T.,d Destroys Moravian Building IN ANTIGUA < rm % % % %  < ii %  %  The Cltj flrr B 11 i in arrived -it : The Brigade % %  %  tf %  I %  %  i nbar i4 i %  %  %  %  %  1 The pre %  I feet Tin nustltf* kt'fp SACROOL IN mi HOMI %  %  B iond*irte bust%  %  1 t %  Wellington Park; Vcni leogal; BMI %  v, IIXOIKI >l \HIMTS Stow I II In "': ii. ;."'l MrVi ft hy Ii. UMUHIBI i.\ IUH.J.* 6 ft. wide All HIV IT M CM PriCK ••* %  i. HfcltKl >oox | 10 A II H.-i .;,X Slr.*t FRfSH STOCKS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING I.Otl ll>>ll \1 NOTICES Attention Is drawn to Uw Control ol Prieea (Defer; %  mer.ii Order. 1950. No. II which will be published In the Qat*teo< Monday. 27th Karen, 1950. 2. Under '.his Order ihe items "Matches" nnd "Tea—Loose" hava Irety from the Control of P:: (Amendineni > Order. 1950. !h Man; 26.3.50—2n. PHWRTMFNT OF HIGHWAYS AND TK.\N!OKT Pemonsdue back pay for the period 1st April. i48. to Slsl IMS. should personally submit their claims to the Office. Dep c( Highways and Transport, on or before Friday, -Rili April. 1950. 1T..S SPECIAL CLEARANCE RECORDS i BL'MBl E .. Pin! Harris DA COSTA & Co.. LTD. ELECTRICAL DEPT. llillt' No PART ONE ORDERS By LitnL-Col. J. Conr.nl. O.B.E.. E.D.. Commanding, The Barbados Re£.mcnt 12. 24 Mar., 50. %  Thursday ii Apr '50 for trail IMP %  theAnmi., now been hniu.. SHOOT I : | i IONS I .. • %  %  RAM. I Matshaii. M ... point*. %  Hill Challenge Cup was won by Corporal C K llllnt •. •• ORDERLY OFFICER AND ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WEEK BtSING 3 APR., '50. Orderly Offlcer—Lieul. T. A. Gillcns Ordei! !.! ISA. L. O. Blackmail. Dull; Orderly OA • Orderly Serjeant—214 L/S C > S.O.L.F i MluUnt, % % % % % % % % % % % %  ^wafM-t LOOK OUT ! INSPECTOR BOB FABIAN WILL BE COMING AGAIN IN (III EVENING ADVOCATE •>•>'**'*•#'.•*•••-•.'--•* %  *>•***>• %  %  *-,-, ---,-5ICIC ROOM m SERIAL NO.7 SHEET __„ PART II ORDERS THE BARBADOS REGIMENT "TO MARCH, 1950 IWVE-S1CK 139 Pti Uwe we i LONDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EXAMINATIONS. "wi of the London Chen """'ii „i Education, The Gej %  ""by. Ihe lei of Apr, . Tli. Ibjecl s 1.11 111 on "• "M -3„ The Sugar Manufacturers' Association (of Jamaica) Limited J !" applications for two posts in their Research Departn 2* "mneete,! with the brcedinj, selection, and Held testiim of E^W cam%  %  %  kM I Theriiloiin'lrr. bursjiaaJ Dn .iTUl Fuitr GtMai I'luilen lUndssn Drlnklnt lubm %  l i"or< II..I W.iirr llollleB Bed Cms lee Capet Truss m BRIIISII WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS LIMITED \ o i i i i: DUE b In schedule which Inrday, Lai Ipril, ItM, i ms hold%  %  .U, and WILLIAM RHiARTY LTD. Inc. 15. (i. with the breeding, selKuon, '' :.ll0 pel .10 per annum. Apollo--„im. *PPli..,m, ,| 10u ld posses.s l "'"" Tv!"'' ... ,„.,• ""• ,v on plant P,„•' r,x,u,red \ ',^-t, :illowanee dlowaoea i ^Research Depar.. '' whom •SeM £ -ttatm. Idnaead 19.3.50-4n COME l\ \ND HEAR TEE I. 1 TEST HITS IN GRAMOPHONE RECORDS CALYPSOS, FOXTtOI 1, Etc. WHICH WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED. BaT" 01 R PRESCRflTION DRI MttMi.M is SECOND TO {* %  NON1 IN BAsssMDOR Mai Dj yer next Prescription j! COLLINS' DRUG STORES CRICKET BATS AND CRICKET SETS FOR BOYS FLOWERED GLASS OK DOORS AT JoliiiMin's Stalionery & Hardware. It's bftvt a w." YOU BUY A ttOLEX WATCH t 1I-: IN AND SE1 THE WORLD FAMOUS HOI.IV QYSTEM Sold c\.lllsh.l> 11..W.irl.l over liy l.n.lini; l.nell.rs. LOUIS L BAYLEY, Holt".. Lut — s,,ii Kt-pit'sentiitivc in Iturbadov WILLIAM Mm LTD. INC. IN B.C. ^_ WE HAM: II -I KM I IVKIl ^V* IS 111 It IIMIKIIII IIEPAl'.lMIM [NYLON NIGHT DRESSES HUM ana Peailii NYLON PANTIES M) White and Peach TAILORED SLACKS il to 32 Had. Navy. Ueiie. and EK< LADIES' LINEN DRESSES



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I'W.I Till) ^KIUV UIUU IN AlflllK < 1,1 II CINEMA M.P*.-sOni/i %  11 IMP l\r IIM -; If, •Tin: OKI.\IIO>l\ Kill p L A Z A 1 IK | • %  1 if B iRLASURE of SltKRA MADRE I l>\. .ind CwUll • t ti / DIAL 8104 f0= MSfmTiO* /" *M Mr her daughter I on April 4th. Hope To Erect Bandstand %  %  %  item of i d on th %  The ConSi James branch ol the Civr 1 Irtle, ami WM well attended. the no: %  future, to erect a band%  Ida seals, and make this spot a regular entertainment >ntre foi • I SI James Qahib CaUinq GRAND EMPIRE CLUB DAM! In Honour tA MR. EVERTON WEEKES AT vn:i\ s PARK OM \VII\KSI)AY NIGHT, 29TH MAECH, IMA From ft p.m. A1US/C BY TRINIDAD HOT SHOTS MUCK /UAH & BUFFKT A GALA I Variety F RENCH, German, American, British, and Venexuelons were I W.I.A's La Guaira Sigh) lay. Out of a total of nine ners. this wag quite a variety of nationalities "Pretty Spot" M R. JULIAN FIORINI and Mr Sri T. Bamford whr live in Montreal arrived rasterdej A. on their first Bai They are T.C A ern and several crew members who have been to Barbados since the service opened, have told them that Barbados from the air of the prattle*! '.pots on They are here for abOUl eaka and are staying at %  ".nk Nine Inches Of Snow M AYOR of Amprior. Ontario. and General -Mar... :.'which manufactures ill woodwork. i U Simpson, who wit %  -'• %  arrived yesterday by fi'.m Canada to spent it the On'..: V %  Hotel. They had never heard of Barbarecon i ... %  %  t the %  njd) ing our nui thine n!lf nn • night %  ft Canada (or it under nine %  Hcneymooners Leave %  %  hy B.W I A I Icr Mi I' i Returnee! On Friday M l turned via Tril afterr i once British Guiana and will be return Barbados on Tuesday. Still Going On M R. JOHN' HARRISON. ArU Officer of the British Council who arrived from Trinidad told Carih that he may go to Antigua tnday If he can tet air ream His Art Exhibition is still goln on in Trinidad "Cherry Orchard" Y~HERRY ORCHARD," rV^ Anton Tchehov. translated and adapted for radio by Haroln Bown and produced by Mary Hope Allen will be broadcast tonight from 8.30 p.m to 10 on p.m in the series World Theatre. As usual the British Council centre "Wakefieid," will be open for the convenience of h>' Fay Compton. heads Ifeje portraying Madame Ranevsky; her daughter Anya aged 17 is played by Beryl Cal V i her %  daughter. -iyed M Bj %  i the cast are Bui I Edward Chapman, Walter and Morlnnd Graham. It I comedy in foul Illi: ALLEN MOTOH MVIIIi: ho •COMraJroJ culling ol all kinds ol jiass end s/mia. /i con easily bo handle* by one m Used all over the world lor Parks Coll Court £sr. Orchards ftoadl PLANTATIONS LIMITED Agents ROYAL Worthings %  nn niKt -MI i Bran DHERVCY ENPIBE %  9 ,5 HOW %  %  %  Brn DONI.EV in \ i \0NL1 KNOWI OI.V>IIM tt • (A 1 4 M H0 FOR YOU* BEAUTIFUL HANDS ... na/A imuiii'H #W tft'/A CUTEX Sparkling, fadeless, magic-wear ( 111 \. brings your hand's DC* a.Jtiuration .. Bftiy to apply ... dries faster, too. The polish that WCan longer — resists peeling and chipping . ami comei in ntcfa brilliant shades. l %  % e Very Filie Airport T %  %  H ..... %  tgf .% i %  %  %  %  imalca. %  %  ... a'rport tl Scawell %  %  Department of Tl i; w Smith, vbo MM I KIR at the Ocean View I Here'* rioping TVf v BOSS Mr M * I n er *"" **is a frequent visitor to your 'did us about Barbados and nave us the idea of coming hem,' : who arrived from Canada yesterday by T.C.A. panted by his wife. They lure for two weeks staying at the ocean View Hotel. The Love* live in Toronto, and Carlb has this to say about then Retired L T. COL. W. A LEWIS, who %  :iv at the end of :he Second World War and Mrs. Lewis returned to Toronto yesterday by T.C.A alter one month's holiday jt the I The air and sea bathing %  v up there." Off To St. Kitta M lNSERGH DUKE, wh i has been holidaying here 1 with his sister Mrs. Gall, B brother Col. O. St. A Dull ay by B.W I A. lor St. Kit:. to visit another of his itatefB. Mrs. C. G. Winter who h. Lx raara. Ha %  \B st. Kitts lor three weeks, then Ding here for another weak g for Trinidad on his %  ".um •' IK for Canada. Went Fishing D R. .1 ra wife returne i v by B.W I %  Rngllafa very well ,i ib" how mm had enjoyed then* two wai the P;i I'Uibs launch, hrsides many ofhei rips by car Bl %  iand. M p ROTONDABO ; s Daniel Pi • also trom Venaxula and Bl the Paradise Beach Club we.-> at Seawell to IM UV off. The Rotondaros are here until the end of the Easter HoliNot Sure M Hfc LLOYIJ THOI nca u-rt .: Anttgua by B H %  i %  Now York today by I* A.A and will v\ C'.ilii''. jutt how long Sit Down C ARIB %  B* 00 yei. lootball match y %  un.iiv the people iltUng %  i %  in the front got up making K .; feel f' the entire match "ANNOUNCING the nnmedi.' tligtti the public address system yesterday at & '--eni, the plane. Here At Battery House M RS. MARtA SALAZAR. who has been >))endini> a hohdr.y with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mattock at Battery House, St Lawrenci ad to Venexuela rei' hy B.W I.A. after %  three weeks -wardibTata£-?^ *' It ATX twcniv. on who anfrom Toronto and na P< Canadians Return ]^|R. and Mrs. A I X'l. who an. from ..pa i have been ;hi v -vmnhonv ivm~. ."*"' SIMM. El juiT^""'! *reeks holiday n K win trains , Z; ""at Rodman ot .1-"•* >> M Since January daughter Gwen who harmonic, "ah. ^ ^*i have been In Barbados for thrci symphonic ern,„. ,*Bt %  on and his R. and Mrv RJOfSSIXAER weeks. Mr. Hei Itrav'insky s£ !* BARTRAM. who are from President of Consolidated Paper and TOu'Raisef aT* Ulington and hi, SJ*I premiere ot hla iSS the Carnegie H^TSft "' her playin, hu vJ. 1 •"d opera. ShehoSV N>'w York, agm been living Antigua since January, where thev own property in the Mill Reef Estate. They will be returning to New York at the end Of April. While in Antigua thev %  Mill Real i lu Mrs foi '.i .d the Colony' %  •%  v.cciai ui rei* municaMiss JoneTlTft.'--. ,0M "-turned from 0 f Mr. aiTate !?** %  T.C.A. He wai in London for niece of 1^ A r ,*• M ISS I. P MEARMAN here on March 18th Was In London For Discussions S M n A D HODGSON. Director 3or ^l^^^i M General ol TelecommunkaT B HWB New Appointment %  by the "Goliito," li'lt yeby H W.I A for Antigua n be tiiknip up in appolnti Alexander Hospital She to be In Antigua lor two i r %  18th Century Water Colour Of Barbados A VISIT' %  United %  %  m i delightful 18th Century watercolour '. %  Burvlll. Ion .: iseum 1 i oil* I iphii .ii I land. It is %  wing in the onal manner; th> ing has been shadowed, an colourt addsu la suaaea l alone, and not, as hi century water rolot.i oil painting tei linlqua According to colour, 'A view of i'.' ken ^oth May. 1707' I %  Copen'i somewhat lanclful %  %  Barbados.'' '• %  views is ol 'i-colour will remain on ipt sum until 8th April. The Bxhibltion ol palnUni % %  ... of AntiguS will also end on 81'i April. Comings And Goings M RS. PEGGY ABERCROMB^ All H I< B W i \ returned to Trinidad on pending a stunt holm i Dir ti %  1 Lynch and Co Ltd by n w I.A. on lay International Civil Aviation Convears^anlSS'l!* "** * O llth April. spent the chrttna days here in 1949. i' imed to be the only lr ptn ; %  n a | idu> ktall bar of tar Aw A'wt IncttaDinHa !..,! %  :. !iu. M ar, saw many oltto he saw an avecaw N> left on a It nourished CROCKERY we have • MIXING BOWLS • PLATES • DISHES with Covers • CUPS 6. SAUCERS • JUGS — 1, 2 & 3 pt at THE CORNER STORE^ DANCE al the Crane Hotel Faster Siilnrilji\ 8th April Kveninu Dress optional MUSIC by Arnold ill ,-iad his Little Meaniei i{ \ilnii.sion . $1.00 Lixhl refreshments included BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMM %  %  not the picture %  admired, but the to it. Havl near," for instance, they %  %  %  • ran tad % %  %  %  (holography and sere Inch %  oid to collector* of taste an I can hear i a %  : SmartWick toc oaa ea Smug T HE March numbai %  the Headmaster The %  %  knd particularly on hat at Narli iinknown, and %  education who %  % %  nbllng and %  tional journ ilism H MI %  %  %  In The Empyrean, Or I'htii iilmuls I I <,f the twin C^ltetwaag. It was impossible,InsuO.1 to burn any more ha? PT ud than baa, i ,ias blown out i course, and lent a lit*' %  \ :, lifts in the field! fl she passed ("SsOka \ m 1 isr) cheered *naaai there was nothing to '""L .,, couldn't ue aai iboard therocW.aa should have been %  thc inlenul J drilled at he meri7 **J" eight dowly.""J| w sad taaa J"J to bring the nwJ] there tow"*-, this absurd fartuoj J the AshbyKle.laJji'J i L A uter ^ !" H raining hay overJWJgS nUi probably ["^ffl wai iK-inn thrown out the rocket UghlWaaali Mrs. Housewife! Make your Easter baking a pleasm, NK Oil. STOVES| I ,nd 4 Burner Mode!-. ind Double CARBON DOVBR COALS ST. A. 7 and 3 MIXING BOWLS BARTHBNWAR1, BNAMKL and CLASS PHOENfX OVSKWARE ALUMINUM BAKING 1'ANs Alr ITERS. MEASURING SP I'M.,,„.,hi.at our Hardware Department •_ : DIAL 2039 BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. Starred Lines.... Which Spell E-C-0-N-O-M-Y to You! SPECIAL CUABWO Ud Super QuJI? OWJ" a %  Reduced fr • I.i.ii-n--S4 '" M %  ,„ Reduced from " E V A 31S BKOAH B IHAI-: 40



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'• ,11,. < \mmmm •>l'\l) \\ VI I MX 1 I i PAUr. illKMi It im O/i^ Of The Few Girl GaUk ln ll '. it. Ley-Ion, Hong Kong i d have .ies but show' I'M rvea to be 11 r i a % ?y l %  %  i E %  ^^ %  Btad the 10 pool ,.: %  •' : gf ,,, ever dreamed. IHIMPIIBEY^BbOAET Cfcai f.„„ %  St*. E B B %  & y %  •taw* i MD baUn P 5 %  Lfenn '' Krfer (' %  Eai r fcr Brutal e i i; k I i %  hi ft*' jev %  l %  %  I human "*"*;. Yo ^BrVrole ihroughoul < Uft.'TS.S •ation. M \'L'" 4 '"" TrM5 "" ot Sierra %  CtUeM mm. nd ml would make I production might have re vrlrctive had it been 1 • "'our. With the M tUdiOMttuE land of Mexico and Ihe photoF-r %  enanac TO women in the cast 'he music I" mi After All IfWOOD: Lassie has :i ft i -old mule. appearance In New Orleans. TV and 1^ „ • B Id .1. New York. : %  day. In Miami. mm to rrei Is lhat he nd won the battlf til handed, in 'i I I i ..iieis earns Lady Seuthoru' %  Talk The Guide, will :.,. m know that I Annual Meeti::. >VMnesd;,v. and M r• ". ''.". *•""• """m 1 h^ ""•""en: She has been Mao '•' leylon as Wei in her talk Lady Southern .aid Jie Chief Seoul and L. _oin,.. n,x 11,11 %  Mud that there was -MPy atmosphere in lie H P lome. the Scout and Guldand above all suet, %  high sane prevailed. Bl must be realised that while Is necessury i.. % %  i w "i MIM and ran iatloi %  lur ihc running of .my Organisation. Scouting and Gui<-. Rama of li n and adventura. The Chlel Scout us. lhat we inu-t not ,llo to be bound up by loo much red lape. but that this should become '•pink elastic' She „,,, thief Guide was still in Sout'i Africa and would be back ii England in May. whin pected to see her. u Hampton i.e. where the Chi,: Guide lives, is only 6 m her (Lady Southorn's) home. Lady Southern said that she had bean presem at an in Barbados and she was rarj impressed by the ceremony, which spoke well for the high standaid of Guidins in u* felt and knew that Guiding was :he finest Movement lor girls and lhat she wished thai all girls and \oung married women would lake ..:. in 1 ., usi in 'he Organisation ihe Local Attoatatlon r by offer ing their hoped to be returning to Barbados again and lhat she would BM more of Guiding In Ihe Island. Book Stall The Book Stall for the Girl Gu.d*i' P^ir on 3rd June i urgently in need of Books and I I who has any book..iwiim to give away, tiel in touch with Miss Nora Burton. St Michael's Glris School (Phone 311(11, who will (etch them. and. leave 1.1 KS* SIMM i" Dear sir ichtther you can adv. %  • ma aboir. Gardening Hints For Amateurs GeriMTM (HUVIKTUMII DtJat) • %  iijrbadian i m they hew %  i %  %  %  i %  . lirowmg wild on the -leihl Tlu-ir pO| well I %  lighlful inn from %  i %  g .ind for M .". bowls mid W veil drained nod %  !.' left u loread ungelher la %  i (garden i %  %  %  %  • planted from not come %  %  %  %  %  The other meeae of propagaUP .in Old bU %  epert until ran htwi '. ..i n with some roots attached. P m .i well prepared bed %  liasi iiir.1 .md re-. %  %  IOHK time. PKX PALS Normn i %  % %  i i i'nd frtti Would IIK. I would like %  3 MW Ml MlifcK 1 UP IN THE AIR NFW YORK. neetn %  goera 1 (pd—ehows ,.t one i 1 new playhouses in thin ;i penthouM Hotel in AUaiita. Qeorgla Ift'irlbday l.rfrlmies u ; i Arthur I.uca> %  %  birthdeys tl u iuivtf a jolly Ul .1 J'JSSWORO 6 il %  12 ', V S J 1 17 i— r nh w Rupert and the %  E Hi e*i how to worl; It: I \ R LOW ther. in this exer pie A is tued ten, apoaworafl are all hinta. 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D" Wj taU iroo^beoc. J keen pfonccrs m ihe developIHM O( the hot pOMibk food* for e .Sno* -• BO mncli for H Atn. *n.*n the "o'W •# fiHl it M tbr* do no oth -IH'iiMI A (O. PRODUCT rdKr^p^r^sx i builder, is made caily dieubk by toe rolkr drying praeatt. And Steady progress tei/s you OSTERMILK ,'i right A.S. BRYDEN & SONS (B-DOS) LTD. AGENTS. F 0R YOIH FREE COPY OF ILLUSTRATED BABY BOOK — PHO> E 167.-, LUXURY PERFUME within your re ich always a*t/ rea. B I *pthin handbag; I I '.iier-tweet 1 Gift Sue OX' Gv r sHondbcgHiMl.f GOT' %  10M00N I IMIIV-IIIIK dot ion in* ludjug Irtfdinv -.in tpeciaJiMS lIV( lM pleted i |--i.*\ loti "i ili. BCaMlt) P! ' %  %  I, %  i n I tap HHI ever) type ol iltin, I repon .i d< 111 %  11<. noiiccavbk tm| num .i in o 'iii|>l'A.i>iiol %  u mil ol %  mfiit"* l>> the women tbeimelvee), i Lhc ianprovi i iij>.irl< (I | v e* s O'M te*4 Fv.er Co' X** Blemi*** Fresher, smoother • fl f'ehter, cl ear r Sco uli.11 i Inn I'Ian Hill do lur vour •kin—In only 14 ! If you would like your complexion u, be a> lovely u you have always liooed il < ould lie, try lln' r.ilruuliir Ik.utly 1'l.in." It's so simple. .,il >,tu do: 1 Waihjimfta with Valnolwt Soap. Manage ili rtrA, e/iwW latktt intoyoui riia /trom fall minult. 3 A'liir. I M*y f wnriim B for 14 days. And prove as the doctors proved — llial if y„u krrp your akin eleanaed by l'aluiulii C'I bc.iuiilying olivooil bubcr, you arc !U( to . KEEP THAT SCHOOLGIRL COMPLEXION