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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Fharsday
Mareh 3¢

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1950

$1, 81.000 Million Marshall |
Aid Allocated For
U.S. Farm Produecis

WASHINGTON March 2
pe UNITED STATES House of Resithintntives <, tod: ay
tentatively earmarked $1,000.006,000

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Price;

FIVE CENTS

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Year 35.



NT DEFEATED

Churchill BY 26 VOTES

Proposals

Premature
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LONDON, March 29.
HE GOVERNMENT was defeated in the House of Com-
mons tonight—but only on a formality.
The Opposition did not like a Government reply to a dis-
cussion on petrol and coal, and to make their disapproval,
challenged a division on the motion for the adjournment of
the House.














































of Marshall A WASHINGTON T was ried by 2 rotes
‘ id WASHINGTON, March 29 I was carried by 283 votes
funds for the pure hase of U a States farm products. | American officials to-day des- 3 e } to giving the opposition a
———_ ——~-} y a vote of 119 : ‘ribed as “entirely prem / . | majority of 26
119 to 107, the| ‘ Ire premature « is . «0.
House approved an anaediiaeet] M Winston Churchill's sugges ansl r | When the results of the count-
iorit Given of representative Omar Burleson | | tion that German soldiers be per- | | ing were known, there were:cries
1 (Democrat Texas) to the Foreign hh oe x6 serve with allied armies A dvoeates of “Resign, Resign” from ‘the
Aid Bill making it mandatory we | r, Churchill made the propos- 4 4 K | Liberal and Tory Benches. The
‘To H-Bomb oo rye hall Plan Administra-| te dan Seem the House of | Government, however, is not
tion to. spend ‘this, sammie: | ein eat of dlowtge ese | A OASE OFS POM | ssc ma ect
American farm produce | | eans of allowing astern is considered merely a technical
SOUTH HADLEY rhe vote was a count. and is any to contribute $0 the ie one,
Massachusetts, March 29 ubject to confirn aitoe 4. ae | } ce of Western Europe LONDON, March 29 Mr. Attlee is expected to make
The United States Atomic} call, when the final vote is t are | 4 Weil-informed American | Britain's Lord Vansittart, re- tatement tomorrow.—Reuter.
nergy Commission is re ter on the Adn inistraMatie. Ani | i : uid the United States _ | nown for his anti-German |
arranging its entire programme | Bill. a ard vo West Germany must make | i ag lag ee es “D are} Ts. one
first priority *o the devel- The Burleson amenan, | onsiderably more progress politi- | ticle he Conservative aily
to give p leson amendment was | i-cllv bef Mail” 3
i of a hydrogen bomb, Mr pposed by the Democratic lead... Hy before any thought iven | “eeu ©, arming of Spain rather NA,
eee T. Pike, Acting Chair-| ership in the Hov a * ad- | \ : German manpowe1 ). | than Western Germany
“A ntaw i |} ; ar a , was | ed defence plans : He IT am opposed t
inan of the Commission, clisclosec | heavily supported b kc j ‘ ¢ plan ‘ : py ( ’
. ri ae emia, SL ae tal | “om ‘ tictat yut the Franco-dicva ee ] 7 ; ee
here. ; : fart which received votes | lo do otherwise,” he said, it barbarot than Lf os
“We are doing some reshuffling| fro th Democratic and Re.| “would be to put the cart be a eee cerns mn
ff the project and the personne! | ; ‘Hore Chie aap R face the. harecs cart be- | stators! ips of the [ron Curtai B 7 yr
* mers ( ie . a : y a. al a. . if ugosiavia necessary to Z /
in the whole ior to t . i rt | t Jpposition to the amendment | hesepaenyn NOT lO PARK. Bends Major Roads seem to be favourite parking spots for the de iat ‘ the defence of vhe Eastern Medi Z ANNED
mme in order to bring the; was led by Representative Johr Motorist. Pictures like thi e taken daily by our roving cameraman. It hoped that 1) tL those advanced | terranear Spair qually esser
Miutmost weight to bear on the| Kee Democrat (West Virginia), | in future they will be ha ome by ; ? : a ptt chill have been heard | ¢j il to the defen OF ‘th We rn | BONN §
Specific weapons _development| Chairman of the House Foreign | he ne pore, but officials said that at | wedite a ee Oe SEN: YE RENOEee rhe Allie ' NN, March 29
work which the President has} Affairs Committee, who said it | Te | ard oint they were receiving al t Po ai te had Listantet sd tae aoe tr ( 4 yen
al . ciabatta : v. - At ~ { solute! no vo ratio + oO many it would be distasteful nl yannec the az. inti-
sae, rected us $0, pursue”’,| would not hamper Marshall Plat W ine Se -andal | BRITT, ] ’ par ly o cmnicoortte n h€ito bring Spain invo the defence British film “Titanie”. made
Pike told a college audience | operavions, and added that it wa . Temes ates Government Pas . , 1 : eS a
: and ad that as | 4 of Western Europe, but it is hard | 1943 by Nazi Propaganda Minist
One purpose of this work, he! unnecessary the Marshall Pla be 4 ~Reuter. |; s ¢ ; s ta a agli :
; ; ar io Th, : al an oT r rho to deny the very nose on the fa Dr. Jos Goebbels.
said, was to speed up the de vel | administration was already bud-| e ya eC ; ter | L 7 AXE S ‘isi f geography, and we cannot have of After the British authorities had
opment of an atomic engine fo: | eted for over $1,500,000,000 worth m ™ 4 { » n inte ted defence of Western] announced briefly that it would
naval vessels | of. United States farm upplies F y. ati-C o Europ: Ye ein be allow inte ¢ 36)
— at | a, 7 * . ‘ : omn i ope e omit large pary' ¢ not be allowed to the zone
Under the President’; pro-| oe bloe Congressmen led by out Cal Ss LONDON, March 29 } 7 runist Wester rope American officials announced that
2 iec _ ' , 2cantati » , netted. RB
eee — eee ae ia tive Burleson urged the British business firms operating in Brazil were placed | Fight In Far Lor nsittart ormer Chief} the film, at present running in the
eve gher emphasis approve ; a sroposal tr 7 . 4 vey . yd n on f . j . }
eae did aA meaciti alk cia ee ‘ "8 a tre PARIS. March 99 na more difficult position than their American competitors | - aie Adviser to the Gov atten as -
specifically ! rese! S 3 Tha Wea ore : | ; siti a ni tte . , -_ nme eaking in the House} after iday
ion the hydrogen bomb but his| mandatory on the Marshall Plan|,.22° French National A } as a result of existing British taxation laws, Mr. T. P.) hasi Likely of Lore " vel sid All me og , :
- 7 day ar . tir ; } RQ . ; Pee : ‘ . ‘ . May, £ I Y ilit
reference to the “specific weapons, administration to buy American | i. a , egan det ating the togers, of the Brazilian Chamber of Commerce, stated ti ° I have never seen any nation pre-| The Americ tatement ex-
| gs Oo the ar] sed ody } ‘ an ‘ 1}
development work, which the| farm products, needed by Europe.|,,;. + : ier ntar 1a) WASHINGTON, Mar 9 pa war quite so overtly as} Plaine I tion being
. ‘ om ” . d . i o n on t ¢ ) ) = i ” ~~ - ‘ ' . z - . . ,
President has revently directed} They mantained th without] gal” in w hi 2 7 | He was giving evidence before the Committee on Tax- “te alt the expansion of |the S Unior He urged re ker e United States zone |
2 sated the | the 2mnde vould he wo. ke aI whic! ousar ) . c nr +} , io lite wo, : t entat fo t , ¢
us : - a peed tee he ad amen gg It would be pos-| titres of nortt African ation of trading profits, which was appointed by the British 5 ' 1e Far East were ecauvion gai Com, | the entation a tripartit
rdroger 1" le for the money to be ant orth i : “ Se, Cente : eli © have b ‘ Ss i tior to publ re | ‘
nthe Bitatant announ a ey { m foc " nani i { € pent! said to have been divertec Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sir Stafford Cripps, to inquire | \) A ts ; han beer a r ws e ation » pul er- | decisi ‘
s i ced se ( o0¢ les in other areas 1 ; ! ecretal of tate Dea \ r pertant hes | { e vers j
ee the Tn rhe pie ary ck rket ( nto the method of computing the net trading profits for} Ach Stat F
@al weeks ago that he 1a | rey ontende aad | I g Poy \cl leading S De i u ( ne |
onered the Commission to go to} amendment would not rm. the a , j me tax purposes, partn xperts on the Ex tiv ietail ist} prev 1 f ]
work on the bomb. ; Marshall Plan programme oy ‘ } +, Mr. Rogers declared th hile | met Senate Foreign i It rove fices, | mo i srit
é = xami ir NEY ) ry) « T
’ —Reuter | Reuter. i948, « « 1 W ill G gt i voos ciouibelait ! we sor {t . ren " oa ¢ . 7 | | | |
; \ ) concession Ve pool aa pat cted ) ‘ }
; } ” ; & the 1 I sermany Y |pritish who try to obtain profits r Ce ‘ ‘ od I H {ter careful
e | ° Gouil .
sta 7OUll ( € and build up our business abroad { ap I ter State nlane venue era vartit i
Siam Pays Tribute Communists Hold President ol ne lt Joi un C il are penile »y having to nay anti -¢ nist pol . ; s ' = 4 =n Admiralt. oe ‘ t . furthe
T ° | Y tl C te Assembly, tk i ouncl tax on profits we cannot get o t eli vi \} . ( nat a ark } pr version hould mn
28 ‘oOnnect + re , - . '
0 Late King outh Congress onnection with the affai f 2 @ | %#,the country. Dt Sc © War Office “probably mere”. [pert
f ommuni 3 \ | e added that they und ittart urged h« Ch British tateme d
Be CnOR, Siam, March 29 In Italy jat the Assemb ked De urope? | difficult to pay tax on the revenu USs¢ Govas i ies ee {was understood the French z
ousands of Siamese paid | \ to ce a decisior tti an amouni which was often mort Dr. Philip Jessup, Unite tl fficial Soviet N : s also b g the film
as é " ! * . } u ; he oticia iet Yew Avenc a arring ne aim j
Weir final respects to the remains ITALY, March 29. former Socialist Minist LONDON, March 29. than they received ir erling | Ambassador at large, M n |} Te London and or Sor Ihe veme of the film |
@the late King Ananda Mahido Spanish, French and Austrian| Moch, Felix Gouin ar itish Foreign Secretary Ern-{from the profits abroad Butterwortt forme Assistant | radio itor reports ued | inking of the Cunard White St
@#@ a colourful cremation cere 1C ymmunist delegates to-day ai-| Pinar Rinneay to tri efore Bevin lef’ London on the Against Profits pecretary of State for Far Eastern | the R Embassy | Jiner “Titanic” after colliding wi
sp mony here today }tended the opening of the Italian] h court for thei ‘ Golden Arrow” boat train to- Mr. Rogers declared that firms Affairs now ul Assisvant (Reuters) | an iceberg, south of New Foun
mananda, eighth king of the}/COmmunist Youth Congress in|!" the “wine scandal ( n the first stage of his jour-| were charged tax by the Brazilian | Secretary dealing ith Japanese ‘land in 1912
: : : 8 ; \ :
fent dynasty, was found dead} beghorn. | —Reuter y to Strasbourg, where he/Government at-eight per cent and | Problems, and. Mr, Dean — Rusk hes :
the Royal Palace in Bangko Among top Italian Comm | _ vill attend a meeting of \né}the companies could only get out | former Deputy Under-Secretary | More Marshall The President of the shippii
i - eee rs, Mound in his! Bei Tome ona ‘civ, Cl s Gi mmittee of Ministers of the}about 20 per cent on the profits| who thi veek was placed ' line is: shown ee
d in 1946. The trial of three| Palmiro Togliatti and Giuseppe di na es neil of Europe a year to convert into sterling ‘harge he State Department's ‘ a? ' jtain of the “Titanic” to i
pmyal Palace attendants accused| Vittorio, Secretary of the powerful aiVe! He wi accompanied by his In reply to the Chairman, Mr, | Far Eastern Affairs Division, took I: unds ] or Germans dangers from icebergs so a
@regicide has , j 5,000,000 str , Ttalian Labor ‘ * . . doctor, Sir Alexander McColl,| J. Millard Tucker, he agreed that} part In the conversations, win the Blue Ribbon of
tf e has not yet been con- 9 , strong allan 4a ul TC “ ‘ ’ 7 TTT : . st jis f :
’ the. , Federation. One of the first actions | Russia Oil Rights who Emin by Sr the Brazilian tax was set against Dr pene ind Mr. Butterwortb a a gy etna 29 eon eka eee ]
oday the reigning monarch,| ! the Congress is to send a com-! : m secretary spoke in the House of] profits ecently returned from extensive 7” — Marshall Lid] “Victoria not so much for
P Xing Bhymadoe, Sian my cael plain’ to Prime Minister Alc ido | ‘or ! Lane. peels ae _ | Commons las’ night. The Chairman asked Do you| tours of the Far East. Their pre ! West Germany 1 ho 1our as for the money that cc
FP ieket and white helmet lighted} @¢ Gasperi that delegates from Bia oe ep, Seer ae ponen Some Ministers were reported} want; the revenue to be paid in| sence at the meeting indicated that |e" ine ny he o-day | be made off it
| pafuneral pyre. , i | hind the Iron Curtain had not ids See OU BG DOUAESrrOUs Tae have tried to persuade him to!the currency of that countr considerat ttention would be |that the o pe nother
Earlier he had arched |granted entry visas.—Reuter | Broapects oO a evelopment | abandon hi peech in the for- “No”, Mr. Rogers replied It! given t to halt Communist | #3 00,000,000 Deutche arks I “he President and his frien
. ‘al Srocessi r "oft oa the sneer | ee a od '-leign affairs debate last night, but{may make the Brazilian Govern-| expansi uch countrie Marshg Plar ounverpart funds] on board are also shown as offer
sssion oO wo 10Ou- } ince of Sinkian Vioscow |} insisted o7 5 > > sree * B Y I Cc} Indonesia. |! \ ent purpo b. June ing money bribes t th iD
sand thin’ | i | r 7 : ri isted on carrying on ment greedy ; i a. |! gon } ibes oO < hiy
cant P te ey d mae W est Indians At ported to-day Bevin has pent two recent Mr. R.S. Nosworthy, ais —Reuter. 0 | officers to get them seats on the
all foreign ees wt stock compani ne} week-ends in hospital in London| member of the Brazilian Chambe Addressing the Chambet {| lifeboats when the “Titanic”
| ions to Thailand i 1 1 el I Ff i ¢ t ayy !
| r Ou Ours v val, aPe | resting d receiving treatment] 0 Sommerce, stated that ich Comme ne ndustry ere he} sinking
oo Buddhist rites tomorrow ml | Bune the’s Rece ption | et up within the province, ] for heart complaint method of payment would be ai ’ ane vever, that the major! The hero of the film is al
— will be enshrined in (vene Ouuen ‘ here it is rumoured uranium has The Italian Foreign Minister,|improvement on the present Saturday Is | part estment fund must) British. He is the first offieer she
and placed beside the | ; ON De : , | been und Count Carlo Sforza, today lef¢{tem - come f German source as repeatedly warning both tl
‘§ ums containing the ashe } aiS74N ON, avec oF The oil company ll prospect, | p ' f ve 2 ‘ Mr. R . egested that ° War reminde } , anal inal .
. a lic will bh 10 y tralr or $ é f . & 5 a ‘ ! I Ss ' ta thi
B Previous mor } ee Many West Indians will be in cael :Yeaine cca ake Rome by train for Strasbourg to r ogers suggested it eadtine ar reminded his listene President and the Captain th
nharchs of Siam present at the reception in Lon- uild well anc re fine wi hin the} yepresent Ttaly it the Foreign}on the revenue should be paid o1 tha ¢ conomic Cooperation |the engines were being ove
—Reuter | Go n this Friday for Doctor| Provine' a ee ees ill} Ministers’ Bure pean Council Com- | the basis of the profits which had Fi d oe an ie ready ap-|strained and that in disast
| Bunche forme: United Natta) ie ent Fi A. Ayes .., | mittee, meeting there on April 1 been actually transferred into the or Jordan proved the release of 1,036,000,000| there would not be enough life
FATTEST 1) Mediator for Palestine The outpu t S aaataant 7s b The Italian Minister of De- wend bank. i ‘AIRO. M Deutse vh t December. ‘boats for all the passengers
| g , 5 according to the agreement ¢ “| fence, Randolfo Pacciardi, heading he Chairman commented: “li CAIRO, March 29 —Reuter a .
MAN DIES a va ae by the lishing the companie¢ to be jual oe eee , x cI rs eee iE hae aeculd never pap Cie. Aires Seeeeie: -senmebed Reuter.
coloured People r - ‘etda e tu nd . _ : " ane ‘ p liar ‘ ] < _
PALEMERO, Sicily, March 29.| dos with the ~ We ee | Iso left Rome today by air forjyour full taxes, if the Brazilian} today ga SOR, US | 2
Sicilian shoemake; Rosario] St 7 U China. . Holland to attend vhe third session | Law remained it stood ne end official deles j e o
) sario| Students nion. | Managerial position e to ro-| ’ : = : —Reuter. ( meetir he ‘ 6
, ne known as “the fattest Bunche is expecied in thiS|;sto between nomine¢ he two | of, the Atlantic Pact Defence Com- : sie = & re 7
pan in Europe” died here at t ser iii faa mansee ney a tin Feb tet en
oe n ‘country trom Geneva either to * > nts ‘ : er ihieneeeeemmaeed t
80.47, He weighed 463 lbs. e| an y ro = 1 eit ° | Governme nt Lies atid Chair-| ,Germany’s entry into the Coun- “cae . ague decision on future action
—Reuter |" men —(By Cabl Whe? Chinese will be General| ‘il of Europe will be vhe main! Migging Plane Found | proofs oe” eatin
man, a Chin a ubject of discussion at the meet- . | hrowr nto confusion earlier 99
anage 1d vic ersa : , . : one ; nce vhe ing
i i. | Managet — Reuter. ing of the Council’s Ministerial BORDEAUX, March 29 today when Jordan, having fir a; Cs
CHI YY ov av, J li ate a Committee in Strasbourg tomor- Search planes today spotted the} Genmead was boycotting § th¢ 7 O a
| A row, a French Foreign Office’ wreckage of the flying boat which | league, decided to boycott onl ®
| 4 : re 99 i tod crashed into th ith 12 n| those sessions attended by 1
. N] os ay pokesman said today rrashed into e sea with 12 men ions ¢ > ep- |
EA _ / Secret Kille I The Council will discuss tha| aboard off Cape Ferret on the| rest ntatives of the ‘all Palesti ;
| ; if > procedure io be adopted to facili- | Are Bay, last night | Government n Gaza ** Everything’s been
Dev ces @ on page 3 } Three bodies have been washed} Reuter, |
, ashore. | perfect today! Even the
. (From WILLIAM PARROT) LONDON, March 29 vette | One only has been identified ‘ oan ai
1 1g 1 —n re ’ ~ : Sete c P y Q
| Th ; HONG KONG, Mar« h 29. Secret new anti-submarine A aia st St k O | Captain Boissard, the Pilot | A il ‘ S ‘ a | cigarettes have been an ;
: Ousands of people are fleeing to Hong Kong from |«ijler” devices will be used by rrest stoker n Search plane observers said the | Another Searen vdventure in luxury.’
| taxation, Compulsory loans and unemployment in Com-/the Royal Navy and Royal Ain A : wreckage was lying under water | y
| fhunist China , Force in a combined sea and air Arson Charge 120 feet deep | For Noah’ Ss Ark :
- ’ ‘ keepers and jexercise off the south LAN . ‘ The causes of the flying boats’ | “Oh, 1 knew you'd j
¢) Many are shopkeepers and | exer his. weel HAMBURG, March 29 explosion in midair on its final) @pp S30ROUGH 9.1»
ll N merchants forced - of ae ot Geving MS aaa a a al Police today arrested a state- | test flight before delivery to a] 7 yr . . . a se 4 Ml ayer eo the du Maurier;
lb - |in Canton and other citre ry ee aes ; \rab stoker after the biggest | passenger line are not known. j,,— RBONEL, SUSSEIVE a i
° ephew lc t t x, |phase of the Spring Cruise and : 7; , ; }the Greensborough People Bible| ‘hey are made for
( 1 ist economic measures, | pha gare ost war s a : . Reuter & i ible} é
\ aeons fn eB tega re | bombing exercise vivh the Medi- ; aoe t . oF in eens Reuter } School, announced that ‘ Willd teewt wash sentintion
or 4 uiliano liost their jobs and prefer to take |terranean Fleet, the Home Fiecet Guia ship's dine’ "thei: Head another « xpedition to Mount " ; .
| . } y Kor rat ) s way to attack unnamed tal : . é ‘ 4 ’ Ararat Turkey, th ring to| people as you,”
their chance in Hong Kong rather | on its w on ofl Police said the arres 'po \ NI : pring ‘
PALER: than face the Communist altern- | gets in outhwest Engiana ¢| Hassar Ai of Pa agg eel LLY PUT TO DEATH earch for Noah’s Ark.’
MO, s arch 28 ahtise nte s the army or be-| Iv is the culm ng point ¢ anh ak Pini y , rer Dr. Smith made a similar ‘rip]
aiislian Rehait si March 29. ae, oe 2 fay Bee fell lthe home fleet's manoeu ce pected of arson FLORIDA, March 29 last year, but approaching snov a
ho has ca . vatore Guili- | ing ¢ rere ; s sari gne arrivals leaving home waters in y The ship, aground in the har- | Dolly, the circus elephant who |falls and lack of water forced his |
on Tegions sox a a et ng gan #, of students who, | —Reuter, {Our yesterday after burning | trampled to deavh a five year old | party to retire from Mount Ararat |
| B sever years 2 “ < a meio . h ve been strong sup- raty 7 — ot 50 ton Panamanian ' boy who fed her with peanuts last] before the reached the point ty
1B Proud owner was to-day 1€ ow, have se Salida 6 eamer La Rosa. Y, was put to death with| which they had ; A
: of a heavywei ht | porters of the Communist regim . ' al 7 : which 1ey lad aimec
: ape Pound baby nephew ’ |'There are also farmers whost $l, O00, QUO Hope | pom to-day .—-Reuter He said he felt more optimistic “You know, Ive never tasved any
: child y ead * sded their estimated | about_his chances of success this "
to G was born yesterday | taxes exceedec 1 NEW YORK, March 29 | : .
W s “tie ti be se - -jgarette . s a ’
apo 8 sister, Giuseppina | return from crops. K ngt- The American cinema e-| . _ bec ause _triends of his in cigarette so cool and smooth,
Ben, to 10 Was brought to Pal- Famine refugees from eins tian Bob Hope expect be | ri ers Cc or ers | Saree were “on the trail” of a
' t ae s entra i dian ) tpe } Turkish mounvai - “ay * : . .
ftom the 1 Caesarian operation sung provine® an tor-| worth more th $1,000,000 *a) Te : a ieee wap bed in © Yes, but it's the rich satisfying
Where sh, € prison island of Ustica, bring with them appalling sto on, accor’ Variety”, | W th -° . sisted that he saw the ark in 1948 LIENS
é soon, ac to Va ~ a . . a oe
ing ~. Was confined for help-| ies of hardship mg teog — a entertainment. tra nal| itn nives ICKS jand then it had disappeared flavour of really choice Virginia |
andit brothe of peasants, who after exis a ays te —Reuter, | -
5 which sorted to 1t Bob| that appeals to me
a ; es and clay are| which report Re :
Reuter. {| on -_ ye aan dead. Hope will sign a long-t ‘ | In Fra ce |
ia | now eating a ein lara for. U0 mount Vv e} ne |
} All recent reports show thé oot eee» BR cast oC pany > . 58 WwW G Wel Ye
E . Leal per of the southern Chinese is National Broadca i f : PARIS. March 29, | tricity workers decided to strike . Germans come | -+. cool, smooth compan-
emper ¢ “lls > Hope ecently rew Fresh industrial troubles loom- | again to obtain re« ont of i ipf
vacu l ph aesdl ing against condition Be . et \ § ‘ y _ re-engagement © * ionship for your journey. By
ation n eee tol mwed the wake of the | $120,000 for pers uy up in France to-day as the|two workers dismissed for sabo-~ Churchill Proposal eer. J oy
3 Mi | which follow ;beration” particu- | appearanc: I n broadwey!managements took action against | tage. the way, the du Maurier
Minutes c ee hla * taxation, heavy food | cinema returning strikers, hough no new strikes of long BONN, March 29. filter tip is considered
Jlarly high taxi the resultant Reuter Ford and Renault Motorcar Fac- | duration were actually in opera-| 4 west German Government ie
SS Police ROME, March 29 a que a ‘ory workers threatened to strike | tion, union quarters were discon- ten Ga said here today wa the greatest discovery
wi _, Shock squads’ armed | '°° ’ —-Reuter. ° jagain if dismissed leaders of the | tented at the attitude of the Man- | W@st Germany welcomed Win-} in smoking enjoyment
ol revolver d tommy gun . 200 DESERT PER MONTH recent 3-week old strike were not | agements. ston Churchill's proposal yester- | . j
is ’ dered we rkers barricadec s Ms ‘ eee. “8 eed i? a canal building yard near en ee, showid be} 3 made in the past fifty
mical factory at Col- e é LONDON At the Christian Union Head-|Montelimar, Eastern France, last | 2°°eptea as an equal member of| years.”’ . :
| meg, Ott of Rome, to leave] a lvin Saucer A ( juarters 0 members were re-| night 30 strikers stteniees 29 | the Councii of Europe. | ; i
“ately or fabe atta ° 7 from the Br rf | ported to have been dismissed by | workers with knives, sticks and The Government is “anxious There’l! b
@ Within y . nth, Defer peyen an= ) their employers | spades. to join the Council” but con- never be a j
my was . n 10 uel Shinwell t P _In the Rateau factories, near} Six of the attackers were ar- | Sidered it cannot do so “unless better cigarette .
pre te } ‘ , y Paris, three union delegates | rested hy gendarmes. | the allies are able to approve the} i
eal 2 5F JANEIRO, Mat ; He ¥ Communist, Socialist and Chris-| Brawls occurred in a steel fac- | three suggestions which Chan-| i
. inageme vile RIO DE JANEIN Ri eserte : mes | tliat e dismissed and then re-| tory at Montlucon, Central France cellor Dr Adenauer made j
- Crow oa : te pt fr he A bt ne | engage ollowing the workers } betause Communist-led union #through the High Commissior u
today to wilnt ‘ 5 Fr ¢ t oj al leaders opposed the holding of a} last week
) ‘ : ‘ d electricity man- réletenddi to resume work t Otherwise it was, teared the, J
_cleetric a @ fesume work. | Other yas, toes HE EXCLUSIVE. FILTER TIP CIGARETTE
4 im a â„¢ rgical pial rer- ) ar xpiained tr '
: ¥- a ew gord, Southwestern France German Parliament igi MADE IN ENGLAND 93 cenfs for 50
€ . L Ase south Western | Communi rke w the } supp Govert ent
Le fter the re-'! jot h ; zs z ' x R , tA ‘
leh. te he ré-* lot box in ver. Yards the Council
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Carib

ee ye ey ee ny yo eee er ee ere a

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MEMBERS of the Spartan Club entertained Mr

F. A. C. Clairmonte,

President of the Club, and Mr. Clyde Walcott, a member of the Club,
yesterday afternoon to Cocktails. ;
Mr. Clairmonte. who is a West Indies Selector, wil] be accom-

pafying the team on their 1950 tc
Clyde Walcott is a member of the

HE ‘Duke ‘and Duchess of

Windsor, whom it is strongly
rumoured will soon be going to
England “to settle down. °
Engiand to settle down. The
Duke, former Governor of the
Bahamas, recently visited Mexico
wich the Duchess.

Sold Their House

IGRANTS. to Jamaica are

Lieutenant - General Cyril
Durnford and his wife. They
have sold their house at Avening,
in Gloucestershire. General Durn-
ford, who is 58, was in the Indian

Army. His wife is daughter of
Mr. H. M. Brandon of Kingston,

were married in
Durnford retired

Jamaica. They
1947, General
the same year.

“Keen on Fishing
RK, WALTER E. DAVISON of
Téronto, Canada who first
came ~out to Barbados a iittle

over a-month ago, paid a Visit to
Grenada _ after spending two
weeks at the Crane House Club
He returned to te isiand last
weck.. t0 complete his three
miyiiths’ Doliday and is staying at
the» Ocean View Hotel.
Presment of the Radio Valve
Co. o| Canada, Wil. Vavison ola
Carib yesterday that he is very
Kev on fishing and is enjoying
tus helday immensely.
sn iime for caster Hols.
ata bGGLnor imu wil
molt be taking part in ine
acp@at periormauce ¢i Madame
er.vuMmevas Vance HKecital as sne
Will be leaving on Friday morn-

Gouiliw lor i and
and litlie sister

{ne
mower

lig Dy
Wilton ner
seuki.

auey Will be in
about six months,
L. A.-kggiesfield hopes to join
inem On tong leave after he
tends the I1.C.A.O. Conference at
Havana; which commences
April and will probably last
weeks.

Mrs. .Egglesfield
in Englana in time
of the Easter holidays
fifteen-year-old son
Cranleigh School.

Returning to Barbados

ARIB yesterday that

Mr. Atkinson, popu
lar West Indian cric} r al
son of Mr. and Mrs, W. E. Atkir
son of L’Esterre, Maxwells
be returning to Barbados shortly
to join the staff of the Bart
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Wing Comdr

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expects to be
to spend most
with their
who is at

learned
Denis







Wanderers Cricket Club will
welcome his returr h ope
arms as he, no doubt, will rejoin
their ranks at the opening of the
1950 cricket season. Water Polo
fans will also be glad to hear of
] return, aS he has beer towe



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EARING an all-beade














Venetian ports-ensemble
with lantern-grey orgs i blouse
crisped with needle ted felt
and a yellow frog n neck
pocket shot with buffled ’
tung and trailing serge whis}
the skinny mannequin
like a half-dead reptile across
the dais

The young Comte Fichemoy
Lapaix turned to his companion
lovely Emerald Wy Steph-
ens. “That is the he whis
pered. At that moment five shots
rang out. Five tim the manne-
quin ducked—then a sixth. N«
shot. Angry voices mingled with
the screams of women. The
proprietor Boris Badenov, called
for order. “Lock all the doors.”
cried a tall man with a broken
nose “Guard the windows,”
shouted an old lady whose dog
had bitten her hand. Only one
person remained calm. Fichemoy-



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Spent One Month
M* and Mrs William
McCullough, Jnr. of Pit
Pennsylvania, left k
B. W. LA. yesterday morning fo!
frimuad where they will take
e SS. “Brazil” for the U.S.A.
after spending a month’s holiday
here. They were staying at the;
Worthing Guest House.
Mr. McCullough told Carib thé it|
it was
island,

their second visit to the

having been here last year
about the same time. They had
enjoyed their stay just as
as on the first occasion and re-
gretted having to leave so soon.
They expect to be back next
March,

Wonderful! Climate

R. and Mrs. CHARLES

GUNDY, after three weeks
in “this wonderful climate,” re-
turned recently to Toronto. This
is their second visit to Barbados
and vhney spent it at Sam Lords.

First Visit Here
R. and Mrs. S. K. Khan-
Kernahan of Port-of-Spain
Trinidad, arrived in Barbados re-



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HERE was a Cocktail Party cently by B.W.I.A. on their first}
last night at the Spay tan holiday visit to the island andj
Club House in Queen’s Park in are staying at Super Mare Guest
honour of Mr. Clyde Welc*t House. :
Caprain of the Spartan Cricket A proprietor and_ assistant
Club and Star Bat of the W st accountant of Mason’s Ltd., of
Indies team to England. Port-of-Spain, Mr. Khan-Kerna-
Tnis was followed by a dance han said that he believed, the
at the Queen’s Park House in island could do with quite a few
honour of Mr. Everton Weekes, Small industries, rather than have
the famous International Crick- to depend on sugar, their main
eter. This dance was given by industry. Pa:
the members of the Empire His wife and he had paid visits
Cricket Club of which Everton - 1 Atnd a ng acts pots an ée 99
is a member, he island like Sam Lord's Castle,
These two boys will be leaving Bathsheba, the Crane and St Strelts And Straws
with the other members of the Philip’s Light House and they|
West. Indies team tomorrow. hoped to visit others before re- e
: turning home. For S ring
Charter Flights °
eee ve Be aaa New Appointment
ERE will be two Charter ‘ ° a a
Flights trom Venezuela to "P#E Rev. R. McCullough, who} By Joan Erskine
Barbados one on the 5th and the has been in Trinidad tor |
ner on Wie ie April,” hy Be ee is ines cm cl WHY is it that few hat manufacturers seem to cater
setae Gaon “eaten ia Ven new fa Bae at the James| for the young, attractive girl with a larger-than- -~average
ezuelan Airline, which is affiliated Street Methodist Church. He was| head ? All too ‘often larger sized hats are designed in plain,
to Pan American Airways. accompanied by his wife and the| | matronly styles, quite unsuitable for a youthful face
These DC 4 passenger aircraft Rev. Ernest Griffin was at Sea-| : ; : f ; ‘ : c
will be bringing Venezuelan Tour- Well to meet them. I ee a ae of a — - _. o~ ne as
se Seite ter AA the 4 j Wholesale hat fir who have ment. The felt part can be made
ales cehicete fs ar cane Geologist On Holiday realised this need for larger hats. in any colour; the straw part in
tional flights may be arranged M* ana Mrs. James Milne The exquisite and improbable five colours.
It is also understood that this originally of Toronto, Can- | ats created by the Eriks and the
Company is negotiating to run a ada, but now residing in Vene-|Thaarups of London can only be For those in tropical countries,
regular scheduled service between zuela, arrived here recently by|admired by the majority of women. there were large picture felts
Barbados and Venezuela, and as B.W.I.A. for a holiday and are| They are far above their which gave adequate shade to the
soon as this permission is obtain- staying at the Ocean View Hotel.| price limit. Walmer Hats Limiteu back of the neck.
ed they will do s« A geologist employed with the | had one of the widest ranges I
Creole Petroleum Company in|/have yet seen. The majority of New ;
‘“‘Colfito”’ Delayed Caracas, Mr. Milne is also a keen | theix models sell between £2 10s. eee
HE Golfite which was ex- golf player and a member of Tri|and £5 each, which, at present-day Most of the beautiful straw used
SS pected to arrive here this Country Club in La Salina, Ven-| prices, is considered reasonable. for the new hats comes from
morning, will not be arriving ezuela. His wife and he gh Switzerland. Although hardly
until 7 o’clock tomorrow morn- enjoyed many games of golf at) They are mainly concerned with distinguishable from the _ real
ing. Passengers will be leaving the Rockley Golf and Country | fittings, 658” to 734”. Some models thing, it is in fact a synthetic
the Baggage Warehouse at 9 a.1 Club since their arrival jare made in as many as six fit- product. The most attractive type
ibe be ep sail as soon Expected Shortly | tings. They have some fifty 15 the plaited variety, which ]
ible afte la — erie eta sb diigoe hades, and every hat is made in saw used for a boater sitting well
On H HREE memb rs oh Me stat every colour. Grey is still as back on the head. There is
n oneymoon of _the University College} popular as ever, whether it is nothing appealing about aa stiff
M* and Mrs. Domingo Sant- Of the West Indies are Sappected. | the flannel or the clear grey boater sitting straight on top of
a elle of Caracas, Venezuela, t© arrive in Barbados on April 15] tone ~ your head, much as Paris may
arrived here recently by B.W.I.A ic oe lectures on various sub- try to persuade: you to the con-
ral rt ean Vi hogs Bey ar They are Mr. P. M. Sherlock, | Popular ee _ I saw was in cone
peste ‘En » Prin, Mice Principal of the University ss : : ee ee eens dark outside,
hae to leave shortly for Trin- Callens: “Deotensee’ @ ik. Deriy Second in popularity to the with a lighter straw for the in-
7 Mi Santelle is a Lieutenant in &%d Dr, Bowen, Lecturer Ot Sontes I Ne thie ee caren ane oer rie ee ee
th e pane uelan Army, an am ek ar a expect: tO. Temeain) ary the newest colour last Two hats followed the popular
yo t a ner ~_ a ne wn ‘ Ati) We eri mates. rT) testis. ark w t lemo a partic- “little boy” trend. One was an
I Marcano of Caraca the University College at the} @ me ‘= Urchin only suitable for a
Y.M.C.A, on Monday, April 17 A ce pl really short hair-cut, and _ the
i ‘ Professor C. H. Parry will lec-| fats omen ar at other was “Corvette,” rather like
Like A Dream ture on the Spanish Empire and| their choice of colours. They a man’s cap pulled down to one
RS. JANE SHIVERICK. ang Latin America at the British} garland a ha. with fantastic side
" Alia ‘Builth vehe ake ( ouncil Headquarters, Wakefield} flour sprays, or wear an impossi le
fi oO} j Caikiue dink | on Tuesday, April 18, and it is sha but they the basic I was chiefly interested to note
tonight the ‘back in: Wi hoped that Dr. Bowen will speak | col to be a ne that there is no clear and decisive
York. Their stay in Bar- (©, 8" audience of Barbadian you know what a “Strelt” line for the new season. The
ee has «wone so° oulekly, and eo eet eee is The latest combination for majority of hats are small, but
{ \ ked away so rapidly Intransit spring headwear is straw and they vary from the cloche type
he United State ill make M* A. M.’ GRIFFITH, Char-| felt, and an enterprising member to the beret, from bonnets sit-
holid eem like a dream, tered Accountant of Eng- | of millinery trade coined this ting forward on the head to hel-
rapid is air travel in’ these land, was an arrival recently by| new word for it. Illustrated is met shapes with a sweep down
1 da Their other friends B.W.I1.A. from Jamaica intransit] one in smooth beige straw with one side. If none of these is t
I Rueben Hitchcock of Cleve for Dominica where he is going
nd, Ohio, who has been stay- to look after the financial side of} WU
th the Sam Lords is the projects of the Colonial De-| jit
to leave day, velopment Corporation He is
be retu Wash- staying at the Ocean View Hotel CRYPTOQUOTE—Here’s how to work tt:
House. AXYDLBAAXR
is LONGFELLOW
. ; One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is 1
By BEACHCOMBER ; for the three L's, X for the two O's, ete. Sing 1 5 ay
‘ trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hi
Lay ted a cigar from a the Mendips, will come down in Each day the code letters are different
rei case and tapped it the sea, ‘What we seem to need,” |
on of h hand. A said Ranger bitterly, “is a wind A Cryptogram Quotation
al ile } ered round his blowing _ steadily up from the 5 . . ow > 1
e lit earth.” Strabismus Seaiindl rue- Rew E UTX a LPF OJNFL JB SJZI
i ak fully, scratched his little hat, and NRE: Be Ba TFS : TN iT?
They Are On Their u ay threw out some more hay ee = ra
S the rocket passed over , 7 tence is the secret of success,” Cryptoquote: EVERY MAN BEING VERY |
A” t ; ; he said, as he estimated their dis- M1NDED AND CARELESS OF THE FUTURE—TACITUS
: ether [waddle at an esti- tance from the moon
mated height of 3,600 feet, the . —.
align bu wee his ore Organised Day Dreaming i oar c aa ze eta
ve Ww id then he consulted ) 4 / d
a tiny sphagnometer and jotted YING on the grass and look-] (} REPEAT PERFORMANCE
iown a figure By his side Px 4 ng at trees and birds and])
fessor Ranger watched the pump. clouds has, up to now, been left to { FMPIRE THEATRE
and occasionally took a reading private enterprise. But I see that { By
from the paddle pressure-gauge. an American university is to in-, By Request
Every time the rocket lost height, clude in its curriculum a course || ANNA BROMOVA’S SCHOOL OF DANCING
Strabisr leaned out of his in “relaxation,” in order that 1 os
cabin ¢ ejected a handful of young men may be instructed in DISPLA yY and RECITAL
hay from the iron basket. To the art of doing nothing. The
watchers in the fields below the next step will be to organise the FRIDAY, 3ist MARCH, at 8.30 p.m,
rocket seemed to be controlled doing of nothing, so that thous- :
only by the wind anda. at a word of command, | Box Office opens Thursday, 30th, 9 a.m.
Experts are of the opinion that will instantly “relax” into a PRICES: Boxes $2.00, Orchestra $1.20, Balcony $1.00, House 72c.
the rocket, if it manages to clear of communal leisure

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Feathers









: I of straight
hite grey feathers, spring-
ig out from ‘the side of a hat
yas natural heron. A long thin

feather was singed pheas- |
ant. A magpie was responsible |
for a bottle green sweep of
feathers, shining blue and silver
in the light. The only difference
yetween magpie and the well-
cnown coq tail, is that magpie
eathers have a sharper ben

them, and curve below the brim

feather |

























CHILDREN’S CORNER
Rupert and the Dragon Pills. «
| iF
ye



Z4 Lie

a. SQREee

Rupert

For a



1 hat as if nature had intendec ; aes doesn't
them for just that purpose. | mattae Se cat’ af Soate he

Ostrich feathers, instead of sudden fright, The pet pi Bs
xeing left in their natural state, "spied: the: atranie able a ihe oes ryt
‘ad the edges neatly turned in and lawn, and, like ‘Te podduwhtehda ha MEXt instany the ib
stitched down, giving a smoot! that he is, he hurries up to ae as = skyward of 5
ine to the feather. lenge it. The rocket in the vase tee leaving ‘ ent

If you saw a soft greyish-bluc ALL RIGHTS RESERVE behind jg, pov
feather dipping gracefully from Z
ihe side of a hat, would you asi = atid hik iad ated

what it was? If you did, what
would your reaction be when
you were told it was vulture?
Several hundreds of women now
have their new hats tastefully
decorated with the feathers from
this bird of ill-omen! I might add
that it is an extremely pretty
feather.



Across
1. Sort of trophy to get in risk.
(5-4)
7. Characteristic start for a rene
gade. (5 9. Beg earnestly. (5)
10. This needs nothing to provide a

piece of
(4)

eturn of

music, (4)
1, Fat.
3. The the sleuths.
7. One y be given by request
9. Bish. (4)

0. This kan from love tokens. (4)
- One ttle bulblet in growing
garlic, (5) 23. Baby-wear. (6)
. Now here is a new prefix. (3)
to this food,



(3)
(4)



1. %, (5)

2. Where & golf ball often dis
appears from sight. (5)

3. A good this is a relief. (8)

4. A struggle to make a sifter this.
(6)

5. The postman is
repeat this. (95)

6. Uncovered. (4)

8. One can never
which

name for a

reputed wo

find answers to
are this, (8)

gra

the clues

ling,

»f many overheads. (4)

of ruses. (9)

you may expect w get



the Hapsburgs? (4)
k starts. (3)



ROWAL Worthings

NO SHOW TO«DAY
Fri. and Sun. at 8.30 p.m
Republic Double
Roy ROGERS and Trigger in

“UNDER NEVADA SKIES"

and
“CHEYENNE WILDCAT”
with
Wild Bill ELLIOTT as Red RYDER

Bobby BLAKE

EMPIRE

and



Last Show To-night at 9.15 p.m
United Artists Present
Gail RUSSELL—Claire TREVOR

in

“THE BACHELOR'S



Last Show To-night at 7.30 p.m

Benedict
George

Bogeaus Presents

RAFT BRENT

George
in

“CHRI



AS EVE"
with

Randolph SCOTT—
Joan BL ONDEL L

OLY MPIC

Last Show To-night at 8.15 p.m
M.G.M. Presents .
GARFIELD—Lilli

- Te

John PALMER

“BODY AND
with

Hazel BROOKS—

SOUL"

Anne REVERE



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A Universal Picture
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JOHNNY WEISSMULLER as

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THE LOST TRIBE

THE WHOLE TOWN’S TALKING OF - -

“Mr. EMMANUEL”

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qursDAY; MARCH 30, 1950
j a ae
—_——



erences BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE

Adetater’s LOOK YOUR BEST











‘3 Conditions’ |
Approved a

BONN, March 28. |

The West German Cabinet to-!

| ay approved Chancellor Dr./|

Konrad Adenauer’s three condi-|

tions for West Germany’s joining
; the Council of Europe, a Govern- |
ment spokesman stated. |

The conditions according to Your hair will be

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a ‘dreulation on Monda

April 3rd. at 9 a.m,











|
se books have been | us well informed sources
y of these ¥ Peo '
oe the —_ ee | : | handsomer by far
aribbea g10Nk«
fhe EasterD ©°" vide range | (1) A writteh statement that the ‘
¥ canaeoves © Fe allied Governments would) when you treat it te

ted by a resi-|
cents, Presentec |
of subjects number of American |
tot which may prove A
‘al jnterest now that dollars |
specie ly
‘in short supply
gein’

like Germany to join the
Council of Europe.

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2) An undertaking that if the| Just use a few drops
Saar also joins the Council, |

its Membership will be provi- | a day ... then see

j ional and subject to a decision

to be written into the Peace the difference!

Ireaty with Germany. ‘

i Germany's Membership of the Buy a bottle today!
| Assembly, but not of the Com- =

mittee of Ministers should be

| regarded as provisional only,

! ind that, pending her full e
Membership, she should have

| an observer attendifg meet-
ings of the Committee.

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Appointed
Manager
At Seawell

His Excellency the Governot
5 appointed Squadron Leader |
David E. Henderson as Manage? st
swell Airport, with effect from |
he Ist of April, 1950.
Squadron Leader Henderson |
porn in Dominica, Windward
islands, in 1916 and was educaved
Canford School, Dorset, Eng
land. He learnt to fly in 193
nd underwent courses in Flying |
Ground Engineering, Navi-
‘ion and Wireless at the Air
ice Training at Hamble, |
nts.
iB He was commissioned in the}
a ate \King Leopold, Libéfral Premier

Arne rose to the rank of! JV. VY, Firms Win | Will Germany | Another Priest Lt. Neblett — Peserte Aver Deveze sata to-

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3 Day Truce Or
Royal Problenv

BRUSSELS, March 28.
Defence problems will cause a

RCROW DING ON THE RAILWAYS jthree-day “truce” in Belgium’s

‘ lerisis over the future of exiled

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sdron Leader, and was twice | 2 night
bent in despatches. He act-| ; ° e aad ;
; ntioned erga nen at: teen Diamond Battle om C ve Accused * _ Even before the five-year-old
| - symast e ‘ ouncl S > ‘ 100 oyal problem is solved Parlia-
'f Stinisot Stet with the m an NDON, aren 29 oor, PRAGUE, March 29. cores ment may be summoned ty Gas-
ae ieee Air Fotce. | , es Se rei ny aos ; Of Eur ? | The Czech Communist newspa- ee ; ton Eyskens, the Catholic Premier’
hited States f ore, Salen } ger bank and a British 1 | ope . |per “Rude Pravo,’ disclosed to- LIEUT Carl Neblett top| of the “caretaker” Government to
He eel lke ait Ministry, Lon | company ‘ ho have bes , | day that a Roman Catholic priest scored with a possible at ast | ratify the _Arms Aid Agreement
staff of the } fa long battl : ; 7 _ @ from page 1 |and other members of an “illegal} Saturday’s practice of the Small| with the United Staves,
! Courts against an ¢ ie S dicesliiiommmian ies ‘4 | enti-State organisation” had been | Bore Rifle Club. The eight best} Such a meeting “is not de-
feit diamonds worth £26,134 won| COUnCH, the spokesman added. charged before a Czech Court scores were:— barred’’, Deveze said.
E ‘ their case on an appeal yester. ' An invitation to Germany from | But the newspaper did not give H.P.S Ratification of this agreement
TRAFFIC JAMS day ie Ministerial Commitiee is not/the names of the others accused 00 jand the country’s defence prob-
Ther vill et tl “m | excluded, he said, |nor vhe exact charges nor the — Lt. C. E. Neblett 100 jlems demanded “an urgent solu-
back Germany's entry into the Coun- | tences : Teo Mr. W. Richardson 99 ‘ion to our domestic problems”,
TRAFFIC jams were frequent} An appeal against fine i as expected to be setvled at a Capt J. R. Jordar 99 lhe added,
nthe area of the Government. costs totalling ove £980,000 tha| 24S meeting of the Ministerial | The avcusea prmest named was Mr S. Tempro ae og j}. The Liberal leader, called by
Seaie on the waterfront yester-| highest er ordered: 4 : munittee ind, if ull went well,|Father Arnostpolacek, of the vil- | _ - & fucker .... 97 Prince Regent Charles to seek a
y where motor vessel “Caracas”! court. was also. successft ermany could be represented at}lege of Babice, who had already | P. A. Cheeseman. 97 way out of the deadlock when the.
s discharging equipment for'} the amount was reduced ‘uly session of the Consulta-}been sentenced by the local au- | . J. Pilgrim : 97 | pro-Leopold Catholics had failed }
pawell. 1 £20,000 to fines of £10.750 j} Lave ssembl f the Council of |thorities for reading pastoral let-| RSM. H.B.G. M it rm a new Government, wili
Vehicles moving along the gosts of ist over £800 EUTOpe. | | ters from the pulpit which “incited | hall og |report to the Regent on his efforts |
art found it difficult at that; A> G&G, Parsel. Incorporated , The Saar would probably join| against” the present regime. ‘Gihéerew. tornint
ooh to manoeuvre among the! Harry I wet ‘ee Bot, Barone vate start: | —Reuter. ee ye Tomorroy ight he 3 iter
aehinery at stand-still on the; jor) ; fter Germany, the spokesman | on ee 2 | ee ee ens Se |
nerfront and some nine to ten! ;o'> id } FIRST EXAMINATION |rupt his negotiations to go to The

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b the airport. F sieak Seen Tce tered) Chancellor, Konrad Adenauer, GENEVA, March 29 The French Council of Minis- |r emis saust be expected at the
. ; eo a : I ecelved assurances from the Bulgaria has protested to the}ters to-day gave a first examina he, a nual be expected ge |

Making it more difficult for the} —Keuter French Foreign Minister, Robert |international Telecommunications|tion to a draft ‘Anti-Trust’ Bill | beginning of next week”, he said

a re ‘tie. = we stp ; Schun that France would sup- ; Union that the United States ig|Submitted by Premier Georges |~ Reuter.

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Thursday, March 30, 1950



Colenial Cities

TO-DAY the town of Nairobi will be
raised to the status of a city in a ceremony
to be performed by His Royal Highness
the Duke of Gloucester. For a period of
over one hundred years several Colonial
capitals have enjoyed the status of city.
Some of these have been conferred by Let-
ters Patent, and others by acts of their own
legislatures approved by the Crown, Nai-
robi is the first Colonial capital to address

a formal petition to His Majesty the King
grant oe the title of City and
his that to-day’s cere-

waa s for the

it is as a result of
mony takes place.

Kingston in Jamaica boasts of the hen-
our of being the first colonial capital to
achieve city status. In 1801 it was raised
to this status by an act of the Legislature
and when the first bishop of Jamaica was
appointed by Letters Patent his legal status
and authority were confirmed and estab-
lished by an act of the Jamaica Legislature
assented to by the Crown

Bridgetown was raised to City status
when the first bishop was appointed by
Letters Patent in 1842 but has never been
incorporated and the system of local gov-
ernment throughout this island is still
based substantially on the seventeenth cen-
tury system which was the English model
of that day. Adopted in Barbados in 1835
this church organisation of Vestry and par-
ish although it has been amended by <
series of acts of the Legislature, has failed
to undergo the radical reforms which were
effected in England.

The claim that Bridgetown should be
adminjstered by a Mayor and Corporation
has been several times advanced and the
report of an investigating Commissioner,
Sir John Maude, yecommended that
Bridgetown should be granted full munici-
pal status. The report has been published
but awaits the decision of the Legislature.

Other Colonial cities such as Victoria,
in Hong Kong have undeveloped organs of
municipal government in the form of
urban or parish councils with limited func-
tions, general responsibility remaining in
the hands of the central legislatures or of
local boards. Others such as Hamilton in
Bermuda and now Nairobi have developed
their town councils and then claimed city
status. Nairobi is not at present a cathed-
ral city and the seat of a bishop but, like
Hamilton which only became an ecclesias-
tical see in 1925, may one day also have her
bishopric.

The Cities of Gibraltar, Georgetown,
Bridgetown, and St. Johns in Antigua were
raised to city status in 18
created episcopal sees.
in 1849 and
1801,
Port-of-Spain in

42 when they were
Victoria followed

Nassau in 1861, Kingston in
1893, Hamilton in 1897,
1914 and Belize in 1942
were raised to the status of city by acts of

Freetown in

their own Legislatures which were accept-
ed by the Crown. After 1865 the power of
1e Crown to create bishoprics by Letters
p itent fell into disuse and the Imperial
Government resolved to carry out, when-
ever possible the principle of religious
equality by the disestablishment of
hes previously placed on a footing of
ference and to refrain from any exer-
the prerogative for the creation of
cal offices or the appointment to
Vacant sees
ihe granting of the title of city is an hon-

our or dignity conferred by the King who

being “the Fountain of Honour” may con-
ler such dignity on any borough. The
uting however does not improve the

tus of the borough as overnment
unit nor does it add any functions to it.

Bridgetown unlike

a local &

Nairobi has no Royal
Charter but it is earnestly to be hoped that
she will not be for long beaten in the race
of reaching modern municipal status as
recommended by Sir John Maude,

VUN READENS SAY,
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LONDON.

Eden or

hill for lez
yative Party?

; Conservative Member

ducks away from the

i when it is fairly and

squarely put to him.

v/anston

Anthony
reni hip of the

aders



of

frank, most of the
members wouiu

If they are
Conservative



c.cr tial

Churchill: graceiuliy

secede ilo Lie Dbacspivuuna oO

c1.er SlalesSMmaliship, ana
vene in parllamentary
only when the

it,

laver-
Gevales
ocCaSION WalTralits

Leadership in the House of
Commons and being head of the
Party is a strain, many members
say, that is beyond the sirength
and virility of the 75-year-ola
war-winning Prime Minister.

“He has won every honour. He
should seek no further laurels,
but should step aside and let Eden
take over.”

That is what they say covertly,
out none dares declare it openly.

The famous 1922 Committee
which is in effect the Conserva-
tive Parliamentary Party is

always held under the chairman-
ship of Churchill.

Many Conservative members
object to this. They say that the’r
opponents, the Labour Party,
have the better system, for they
always have an independent and
back bencher as chairman with
the Prime Minister only coming
in when a matter of high policy

pone te be discussed.



The Conservative Front Bench-
ers and the executives of the
Party prefer the Committee to

| function with Churchill as per-

manent President.

They say that there must be no
repetition of the Carlton Club
Coup of 1922. Then the Conserva-
tive members met in_ secret
conclave at the Carlton Club and
disowned Lloyd George, whose
role in the 1914-18 war was simi-
lar to that of Churchill’s in the
last war.

The circumstances are only
slightly different. Lloyd George
was a Liberal who had been
disowned by his own Party and



I Saw The Cheer Leader
Whip Up Fury

A FRIEND was driving me to
his club in Calcutta when suddenly
a procession of demonstrators
flooded out of a side street, and
we had to stop.

They were all dressed in white
Gandhi winding-sheets and were
half running, half walking,
screwing themselves up in a kina
of epileptic ecstasy.

As they leaped along the hot
Street they waved banners and
shouted slogans in time with a
sun-spectacled cheer leader.

What they wanted was simple
and straightforward “Revenge for

our murdered brethren.” They
shouted. “We want war.”
India’s leader, Pandit Nehru,

had arrived in town that
and these lads were on their way
to salute him when he drove in
wiumph through the streets. When
we met them they were just get-

ning,

ting themselves into the right
mood.

The war they want is against
Pakistan. The murdered brethren

are Bengalis, killed by Moslems
in Pakistan—in revenge for Mos-
tems killed in India. Pandit
Nehru himself is anxious for some
frontier rectifications.”

To my eye—experienced in the
echnique of “spontaneous demon-

strations” as practised by
Goebbels and Warsaw’s General
Grosz—this little party lookea

very much as though it had been
iaid on by higher authority.

“Well,” I said to my friend,
the last of the patriots writhed
out of sight, “let us be thankful
that for once WE are not the
target.”

“Oh, don’t you be too sure of
that,” he warned me. “They are
ilready demanding that British
commercial assets in India should
be confiscated to make a fund
or the refugees.”

Let us face it: there is nothing
like supplying idealists with a
little material incentive.

Nose Ring Check

The Hindu pilot of the Indian
Nationai “Airways plane which
flew me from Calcutta to Rangoon
wore a huge R.A.F. moustache.
And he spoke R.A.F. English.
When I showed impatience: be-
cause we had to return to Calcutta

as



B ARRADOS AN Cee ADVOCATE



ADVOGATE EDEN OR CHURCHIL

By Thomas C. Watson

was Prime Minister only by
courtesy of the Conservatives wno
were the largest party in the

House of Commons.

At their Carlton Club meeting
the Conservatives decided to con-
test the next election — not as
National Coalitienists but as
true bjue Conservatives. Lloyd
George had no option but to
resign and advise the King to
dissolve Parliament. tfe retired
into the role of spectaior
House of Commons; and he was
only 59 years of age.

Winston Churchill is a Con-
servative. But before the ouv-
break of war he was not an active
member of the Party. 7 fact
he was regarded as a »bel.
His loyalty to King fdward VII
at the time of his abdication was
contrary to the generally accepted
Conservative Party view.

im the



Many of the old time Conserva-
tives seem to remember
Churchill’s rebelliousness more
vividly than they do his magnifi-
cent war premiership.

Several times they have initiated
manoeuvrism to oust Churchill,
but the rank and file remain
steadfast and loyal to their leader
and none more so than Anthony
Eden and “Rab” Butler, the real
brains behind the party’s organi-
zation.

Butler says that the Conserva-
tive Party without Churchill is
unthinkable. They would lose a
great deal of public support.
Butler would prefer Churchill,
with his few shortcomings, to be
the real head of the party than
to his “going out to grass”
(Churchill’s own words).

It therefore canbe: said with |





Hy Sefton Delmer

to fix a faulty radio, he declared
in the best station-commander
Btyle, “Better to be careful than
sorry.”

My fellow travellers were all
Indians—many of them women
in veils and sarees. Their golden
anklets made a pretty tinkling
noise as they tripped across the
tarmac to the aircraft.

The Indian Customs gave them
all an extremely careful going-
over. Every item of jewellery the
women were taking with them
had to be checked against lists,
made out in advance and sanc-
tioned by the Currency Control.

The odd thing was that the
officials, all of them Indians, con-
ducted all their business in Eng-
lish. It sounded most intriguing:
“One nose ring gold and pearl ...
But, madam, this nose ring has
diamonds not pearl. Please show
me nose ring gold with pearl. . .”

Meat Famine ?

Price fixing and Government
to Government bulk buying is
likely to lead to a famine in
Australian lamb in Britain.

For, while ex-Food Minister
Strachey fixed the price of Aus-
tralian mutton with his Austra-
lian Socialist colleague, they did
not fix the price of wool.

Wool has been shooting uv to
unheard of prices. The iesult
is that Australian sheep farmers
are almost all changing over to
breeding sheep for wool rather
than for meaf,

The effects of this, I am told,
will make themsevles felt soon.

Double Dose

If you suffer from hay fever, as
I do, do not fly across the world,
as I did. For I have only suc-
ceeded in ensuring that I shall
get hay fever twice—once in the
Australian summer and again
later in the British summer.

Vote Saving
One reason why the Socialists
lost in Australia is that they
have the system of preferential
vofing out there.
With preferential voving a min-
ority group, like the Attlee





—S

LL

conviction that as far as the

Shadow Cabinet of the Conserve-

tive Party is concerned they;
prefer to follow Churchill

However, many of ae older}
Conservatives supported y af
sprinkling of younger ones "hk o|
of late have been critical t|
Churchill’s recent tacties, Si

prefer that Eden should take hi
piace as head of the Opposi

They refer to his brillian
handling of the Opposition to tic
King’s speech, His pariiamentar,
oration on that occasion was
tour de force. He had the elo
quence with the parliamentar,
skill vhat had the Governmen
Front Bench occupants wincin;
and writhing in discomfort.

It was by far the outstandi:
oratorical effort of the whole ce
bate on the King’s Speech.

But Eden still declines to take
over. The only circumstances i:
which he would assume leadershi;
would be if it were willingly an
freely surrendered to him by
Churchill himself. Eden wil
have no part in any undergrounc
manoeuvre. He will serve his chief
as loyally as ever he did just a:
long as Churchill remains hea
of the Party.

When Eden walked out on
Chamberlain during the Munich
crisis everybody feared that i
would mean the end of his politi-
cal career. When war eventually
did break out he joined up as a
regimental officer in his old corps,
the King’s Royal Rifles.

But after the fall of France and
with it the Chamberlain Govern-
ment, the first man Churchill, the
new Prime Minister, sent for was
Anthony Eden, whom he eventual-
ly promoted to the highest offices,
finishing up as Secretary of State
for Foreign Affairs.

Eden thrived under Churchill’s
tutelage. From a nervous, diffi-
dent politican he developed
statesmanlike qualities and later a
more incisive parliamentary man-
ner. All of which fits him for
leadership, but only when
leadership is. voluntarily surrend-
ered by Winston Churchill.

—LN.S.





Socialists in Britain,
be able to defeat an anti-Socialist
majority of the electorate just

because the majority vote is split. |
All count!

For no votes are lost.
for the final result.



the} toes.
cheque for about £780 for 160,000 lbs. of
them. The farmer, in return, handed him a
cheque for about £5, buying back his own
potatoes as “cattle feed.”

Thus the potatoes were kept off the mar-
ket; housewives went on paying top price for
the few pounds they wanted, and the farmer |
pocketed a cash gift from the taxpayer.

would never |



Suppose there is a _ three-cor-
nered election with a Socialist,
Conservative, and a Liberal can-|
didate.

The voter puts a one,
three against the candidate’s
name for hfs first, second,
third choice. Thus a
would probably put
Liberal 2, Conservative 3.

two, and|

and |
Socialist |
Socialist 1,



same B Food? WeHave Too Much’

Taxes
Farmers Of 2 Nations

By Frederick Cook

NEW YORK
FOR a prime example of what happens

when Governments start interfering in mat-
ters better left to businessmen, Americans |

, Pay For Huge Gifts Te

and Canadians are drawing attention to food!

mix-ups afflicting this continent.

Floundering efforts are being made by the

United States and Canadian Governments to
get rid of huge surpluses of food of which
they have become the reluctant owners un-
der the “farm price support” programmes in
both countries,

In Canada, it has been officially announce
hat warehouses are bulging with butter-
—46,494,000 lbs. of it.

PRICES — LOW AND HIGH
This butter, and 41,127,000 lbs. of cheese

aow in storage, was bought by the taxpaye1
at the last production peak. The supplies are

2eing sold slowly at knock-down prices.
But, caught in their own trap, the Cana-

dian Government are preparing to do the
same thing with eggs. Consumers, mean-
while, go on paying top prices at shops, and
paying taxes to finance more huge gifts to
farmers.

In America there are still 3,000,000,000

dried eggs in a Kansas cave and other stor-
age dumps, with no buyers in sight.
|ington now plans to give away 73,000,000 lbs.
to schocls and relief agencies.

Wash-

TWO-WAY TRAFFIC
Meanwhile potatoes are being sent both

ways across the border.

Time magazine reports that a Minnesota

farmer had a large unsold stock of 1949 pota-

A Government buyer handed him a

*
BOON

* *

TO DRIVERS

A 7d. VITAMIN CAPSULE half the size of |
|a hen’s egg, developed during the war on the}
Alaska Highway, is now ensuring that Ameri-
can motorists get first-try starts even in tem-
,| peratures as low as 25 below zero.

It is standard equipment for many makes

| of tractors, buses, and lorries, and now, with)
the aid of an adapter costing £5, it has been| |

made available to car drivers.
The capsule contains a teaspoonful of|
“Chevron starter fluid’ — a combination of|

If, when the first preferences| ethyl and ether, plus petroleum products.

are counted there is no. majority
for any one candidate, they knock
out the candidate with the lowest
first preference vote,
second preferences of his sup-
porters and add them to the vote:
of the first two candidates.
In a three-corner election
would be certain to produce °n

overall majority, and a much
fairer one than the majority won
by our British “first past the

post” system.
He Trusted...

First thing I find on returning
to England is a letter from Erwiu
Mueller, of Dortmund, Germany
Remember Erwin? Heé was the
German dismantler who, relying
on the protection of British
General Bishop and the British
Military Government, took his

count up the}

so 2
this |



Capsules, wrapped like toffees, are sold in
cans for storage.

HOW IT WORKKS

Priming system employed on private cars|
of a plunger, reservoir and primer|
| exposed on the dashboard,
copper wire and injection nozzle—are under

]

consists

the hood, and attached to the intake manifold

induction system.



|



The rest—coiled |

On a wintry day a driver slips a capsule

into the reservoir and presses the plunger. |
is forced

releases the fluid, which
through an atomising nozzle.

This

The secret of the fluid lies in its very high |

explosive qualities.
Supplies of capsules are

available for ex-

men last July to dismantle a/ port to Britain if it is possible to get import

paraffin works in Dortmund be-
longing to the Hoesch concern
He was beaten up by an organise
mob.

Ringleaders of the mob, who
later appeared before a British
Military Government Tribunal
were sentenced to almost nomi#a!
terms of imprisonment. Erwin’:
_ is just what I expected it tc
e.

“. , . I am being boycotted b)
all German authorities. I have

licences.

* *

BUILDING BOOM

*

NEW YORK is in the midst of a great
with at least 20 new sky-
scrapers going up, all in the mid-Manhattan

building boom,

section known as the Grand Central Zone.

None of the new buildings will rival in

been forced to dismiss most oi| height the 102-floor 1,250-ft. Empire State.

my workmen. I shall be forcec
to give notice to the rest of m,
workers any day now.
know what to do after that.”
That is what comes of relying
on British protection in Germany.
—L.E.S.



Largest is the Uno Secretariat building, with

I don’t} 39 floors.

A new 25-floor office building will have un-
derground space for 600 cars — a novelty for
New York.—L.ES,

There Is An Easy Way To Stop Dangerous Driving






















To the Editor, Th — . 7
‘o the : i ane ee nadie. mead of the forward who ducked. simply to say that the average capabilities, his rightful place, whose name is world-wide wrote a Canadian publication to offe
loading” in to-day’a “Carib aoe aco are Po aoe acre today innately believes While it might be well to have to a Canadian publisher “a few his merchandise to the Canadia:
Calling” mae 2 oh ittcetienas ea »0 Lee. off the fle , and 1imself to be as much human as our children drink their milk days ago we passed for payment public in order to obtain mor
of Barbac : point out that there Ba a, penal a. oo. aa ee But that is as far from cups or glasses, thus helping an invoice for advertisements dollars for his coulicy, to pur-
is » vety simple and pasitively sake tise eek oun Ba = a Bets all them to observe ethics, there ‘s which appeared in September and chase more Canadian’ merchan
sure way of stopping the danger- P > Senn On the other hand, judging from no denying that that is a matter October issue of a Canadian mega- dise going to sell ti
: t “ ea ! : a 8 one or both men, because no what Mr. Oscar Smith wrote in of personal choice. In this Mr. zine and we find that Rb th os ae ee
ous and disgraceful driving, not n ocation the cae anh ie . ; i oe P or these
ily of cane lorries in the country > ie eee ee ie be columns last Sunday, I am Smith has mistaken the letter for two 1/6 page insertions we have, _ 1" the same mail, from anothe
but all kinds of traffic along the fullvback secretly gave the ¢ c “i ) eee — he feels that the law. Guide the young negro due to devaluation of the ¢, to pay British publication, came a solici
lastings, Worthit Roatan: Beam this-etems. one sew the th ms - must take the-negro by along the paths of higher thinking for these at the rate of £12.6.6., per ‘tion of advertising together wit!
t is by “endor the licence worst { ) tball x tet that oe ees jand and offer him success. and all these incidentals would insertion which is nearly as much juestionaire to be filled in t
Pre i ‘ , net “ oe ch that has been = Smith apparently fails to be added. as we pay for a whole page in direct the Canadian buyer to
inti t playec r arbado:s scent a ‘ “- : yas et nt etal is
that be” can see their way bears, Tt wae Kick as pou eee T dhantenntt most negroes regard A child cannot be taught cul- a similar English publication . Pritish surplus supply; tais lette
he dar igetous driving icick you: you dee met... the apn te = being inferior. ture and the appreciation of beau- In view of this high cost we Started out with “The recent al
will alwe be a feature of man or the ball. _ : ; a wes | a tender age, the ty. Such come from within. How feel we cannot continue advertis- ‘erations in currency exchang
Barbados Now this sort of thifg 4s not character th ne eee ae many of us walk to and fro daily ing during next year, or unless the T@tes, (which make British pric
Mar 3, 1950. od endlmh. for Bavbados. Ob- Ane coae er taught the without as much as noticing the rates are again reduced by future "ore attractive to Canadia
RESURGAM viously, the referee allowed the neg oe oF ie Successful bloom in a nearby fence or the currency regulations buyers) prompt us to repeat ou
Kick umnésto eat out of Maa lek aN is inferiority would cease. joyful whistle of the breeze! As soon as conditions become invitation of last May.”
: ~ ‘THE GENTLEMAN IN GREY The question of poverty es Whereas aspiration cou more favourabl hall be e whole crux of th atte
Ed 1 idvocats 7 ee ’ *** not arise. Many are content with itely be aroused. Tell t happy to renew our i t with ige-long pe. Poll i
I Ti r0tl : t a their lot because the cnow n¢ ‘ is capable loin \ “but t t : i at ~~ Se
© x . . Remove Inferiority ~-jeclpgs wane use they k v no what he is capable of doing you, but we tru p efore World War. II and it ex
played be en Empire J ~ other circumstances; and indeed if he has anything in him he will preciate the 1 tion.’ t , I
: _ anything in him he will preciate the positic ste efore World War I
] K S ¢ I Th Ed The ,Advocate, ho one would deny tl ake up and live! Ho is the Brit ; : a ql
if SIR —F as ‘ r one i } badh Citas nino w , : wants to sell but Britain
< t f ) R \ y letter poor one is richer in spit han LOUIS R. CYRUS turer whx eithe , oh. ka tlie ,
h I \ wealthy It thy ’ int to buy.
Mr. mble To Sell... Not Buy ee
, To, The Editor, tne Advocate @ LETTERS which are signed with » nom-de-piume, but un
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Chauffeur Charged |
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CHARLES LASHLEY, 30-year-old chauffeur of Wi










5 Sehie culture, ard Mr. Humphrey Web ),
Land, Christ Church, went on trial for manslaughter ves-| er eee aaa eee
as the Marchrsitting of the Court of ( ate 7 s arrived from Trinidad yesterday
terday as t ‘ OF Grand Sessions ; by B.W.I.A. accompanied by eight}
eonunued. ; ! students who are training to be
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eetween a lorry driven
-cused and a ‘bus driven

Thompson of Marke:
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Charged With se ;
Murder oe

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Tiki debbie esd methods here. a little Bovril to give your meat dishes a lot of flavour...
, BORGE HARVEY of St. Pew.' morning of Sept. 7 lak oo b : ged “Sc. Skoste, Director | eo a Se Ee ee
d vas charged before His Wu: | Ss! ly before 5 ; y Mr. ©. . ? | dishes and you will enjoy making them because they are sure
was charged betore ‘i Epes ° a.m. Bourne of Agriculture and other mem-| vial ,

ship Mr. H. A. Talma yesterday was one of a party of about 20 bers of the Department of Agri- | to please. Always have Bavril in the house, and drink it daily,

wus we MUFGEL Ys Uevin’ 44s S08 088 hawkers whom the culture’s Staff.

4 usuwman of Keaman’s Gap,/ ‘ruck was bringing to the City The names of the students are, | * Remember BOVRIL makes excellent

mea. oad. aa Lethas His Honour Sir Allan Cc F, J. Carver, P. L. Hotchin, A. S r : ;

yuu April 5. more, Chief Yustice is nrestan. | Mac Donald, J. R. Milburn. S, S. | sandwiches, and improves all dishes. «,

uevige siunte was stabbed in| one Court T =. presiding | Parker and R. E. Rowe, who are
jeumans Gap about 8.55 p.m, on urt. Lashley is being from the Colonial Office — Gen-

Monday and was admitted to the egy by Mr. J. E.T. Brancker| & a : PUREE ENE EARS feral Agriculture — in the U.K.,| (Eee
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General Hospital Une same migin / ; eae for the Crown is Se achat , x G. K. Graham from New Guinea (_—=- ’
put died about © 25 a.m. the fol- being presented by Mr. W. W. THe Gave Po OF STUDE from the Imperial College of Agriculture come to study Bar- and S. H. E. Herring who is from ;
lowing morning. Reece, K.Cj, Solici#yor Generaj. | kt adian methods of Agrict e are seen with Mr. C. C Skeete, Director of Agriculture (sixth Canada. |
Hearing of the case continues from left) shortly after they arrived at Seawell yesterday. They are all staying at the
to-day. astings Hotel. Y
«yf AM FEELING fine and am The S ‘ Pi thie Tutt : ' ’ Hastings K
I Tas Abie: perbiele. nad e Story of the lorry and pieces of sea- T * ST :
gratefu : ee The Prosecution’s first witness, | 88S were scattered about. ‘Yew Cem | e eration CROP MAY LA ae
the Navy League who have sent/ pawarq Bourne of Gliver Sande’ |. 18 MitcMepndier: 1 daw. dol t | UNTIL JUNE . kl elicves %
me books, magazines and flowers} 314° that he was ‘het bw 2 brake thasieacf the: 3 Byer ee , quickly retteves 4
2 ” ve at he was the father o @ marks of the lorry on the r This year’s sugar crop which i
Sas ey, ffm ark of For Cable & | Necessary |. y2".38 . on
wins words were spoken by AEES Biniene, He last saw bere did not, see any, sea-egg or A e eces + started late January is expected COL S and |
Iondon fireman Francis Elias|°” * eptember 29 at the General } Sells near the "bus re | to be better than the average and |
(Jack) Neighbour who is hospital- Hospital. She was living. Half ‘ W ireless Ltd. F. TEAMOEE, 96. BAM, COI: | ARGOE TES ne Mine CLeey Sens ie ARRH |
ised here after an operation was | 22 hour later he heard that she 4 Bus Conductor ee ® | munity yesterday told the “Advo-{the “Advocate” learnt from the c: I z |
rformed on his right foot when | was dead. He identified the body Eleazor Griffith, a ‘bus con- Major-General L. B. Nicholls,| cate” that they considered the} Agricultural Department yester-
filled oil drum rolled over it! to Dr. Ward. Bourne said that his|@uctor of the Gene r Bus! C.B., C.B.E, has been appointed | federation of the West Indies a]day It clears the nasal pas- |
while he was on the Anglo Saxon daughter was a hawker ang was | CO. Said that on Sey Director, of Cable and| most necessary thing, but that At present vhere are 24 vacuum sages to remaqye stuffiness i}
: coil tanker “Thelidomus”. |born in 1898. |was the conductor o 1 succession to Mr. John | they aw several difficulties to]|pan factories producing sugar, 11 and the distressing con- |
Jack was taken up to the sur-| |M-361. The "bus left Brid _ C.B., who retires from that | be overcome before it become a]small plants making fancy molas- dittonbot Kesdiccitsand i}
gery on Tuesday for another | Poor Brakes |for Silver Sands at 4.45 st on March 31. reality ses and one small plant making : h. TI ris dans
Wessing and inspection to his foot.| Mr. A. Farnum, Inspector of | Along Maxwell Road he saw th Major-General Leslie Burton- , a sarod shi thin *0n muscovado sugar. The latest offi- catarrh. re patent nasal
He said that he was told that there | vehi , Said that on September |light of a vehicle approaching on| SP8 aged 54, retired | a syapimer: eo that the = cial estimate with regard vo the application bottle is infinitely better than spray
are no signs of gangrene and the|29 he was called, at Maxwell, the left side of the *bus r | fror o become Director | Fed Fh lr wae 7 and production of sugar is 140,000 tons or dropper, and can be carried conveniently in
; : ‘ satisfactory ee a Ass of Cable relesc Limited ederatic epor as a gooc . Pebruary , s - : - -
healing is quite satisfactory. A | Road at about 7.50 am. He saw al The driver of the ’bus stor pea| of S ble and Wireless Limited in| sa! Wink? tes dike " inidn: thiniaeeatedy Mone the end of February, - handbag or pocket without fear of leakage.
skin grafting may soon be at-/’bus and a lorry on“fe road. The|/and he suddenly ¢ the light) wens i EE ee ee Ee nas t tific Ity . I Cor ne sear open cease SO eee
CE aes : eens abet © ne § saw he li | visited the Far Eas srae 7; est difficulty to be overcome 8 acvories are running ‘ ; J ail ; A
tere are five vases in leawolune’ was facing the City and|swerve to the right side of the| M dit See = nd the W Set would be the inevitable shoul- seb 5 gaia asin id Made by CLAY & ABRAHAM LTD., Liverpool, England
ere ar ases — Jack’s!the ’bus the opposite direcvion.|road. § ortly ae eae : Mediterranean an t i re ae ‘ . s . | Satists y. stablished 1813
room and they are all filled with! He examined uae as F pac Shortly aft 1e heard aj In he Company. After| dering of some of the economic Established 1813
beautiful flowers. Jack expects a examined the ‘bus and founa}crash and after saw the driver's! ; the Second Division-| burdens of the smaller colonies We } lad i Obtainable ¢ —
s. Ja ) S /the right front fender and cage|compartmert. tot Lae s 1 P rer the : : pe t torn down. He go s France in the early | DY the SE os we »
ove Mad fea writin io uiany damaged and the windscreen] out of the 'bus and’ went to th ths of last war he served| Was to be workable one of the}{{} Beautiful assortment of {\ KNIGHTS LTD., AGENTS p }
, of his friends in the UK. ; " ” |broken. Debris was scattered |right side to see wh d hap-| as Chief Signal Officer successive-| things to bear in mind would be \\{ Ve ee |
o He is a geld arbund: ond Seo the "bus. He tested the! pened and saw the damage to the|ly to Field-Marshal Alexander in| the exchange of civil servants LEATHER i ——————————
wheel phair twice a day, afte1 brakes of the ’bus and found them |’bus. the Mid East; Field Marshal| between the various colonies. } {{ Sh RR ee
breakfast and lunch. He said that 42 poor condition. He later discovered that the| Wilson a General Eisenhower in| That being so it stood to reason . i
the .ood although prepared in a! light he had seen was that of| North Africa and to Field-Marshal| that a civil servant getting a
ne 0 > gs : ate “|._He next examined the lorry.| . truck. It Re ae on ra ae | Mont ery in Europe reasonably good pay in a big Ed | RRS LaRCNETRURAT ESISCRES RRL MERE. i
Seer ray 18 Que Tay. He found the front part of the a - a geen as further) “He was the first British Officer, colony would not be prepared te ak % 8 ee ee
: latform damaged. He tested the wi I ls Side of the! 4 becom 1 Honorary Graduate/ accept a comparatively small one (Hanc aintec
. , 30/- be ¢ p . at road . . Ans 3 the} Oo become an « rary Graduate iccey é are . ~
tes we in: ditties Brdercegg Sg Hil ear’ Ps eaaamante bere oe wae. tthe pn Ser | of U.S. Signal School Fort Mon-|in a small and poor colony, if With the Crest of the THIS CHAP LOOKS
s) . - | the in bs I Urry and took the number mouth a was made a Command-| he be sent there. This was cer- ‘ viaiicinanabcue oe a
month’s imprisonment was im-| ca a ee een ., .,.{ He said that the bccat,| Pere Gere eee ornare eae o apes ste: of. 4 A the ntolitnm « 408 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
posed on Charles Squires of Mason | Take artis aaa, tes ak “| vehicles were still s e . alation ; ; WEST INDIES
Hall Street and Seibert Cadogan of |*’““, ™ ” oS AG a! Bl because it was dark 1 : , ; ah. Sat ah F and also with the Crest 7 yy ry {
© z speec 9 ) a hour : A v as tark L | A barber said that in his opin € rest of
EA Tain a ora eee! ie ths ‘the fe | was maling irst % Silver | ‘ : ion federation would be a great BARBADOS PLEASED W ITH LIFE
H. A. Talma yesterday. 1 SpE emenes x brakes, Wie OUS! sands, After the cc v sl be t Tas 25. This
2 ’ : \. Dacatenie hk fa c+. Wendin” ahinetid tua Tete t collision iW Q yvenefit to the West Indies. li m |
‘They were found guilty of i eee a ee oe plenty people in the ro would be a great step towards oe perfect Memento to
: ing a quantity of sugar valued at) 4e pointed out tha ea ee mE To Mr. Brancker: Immediately West Indian nationhood without a re 7 that friend abroad
10/6 belle of M. L. 7 ee ey riot ‘aig a sp Ss before the collision the ’bus was : which the economic stability of HANDBAG. PURSE { ;
son of Fontabelle. miles an hour, the vehicle would]... nin, anit: 16-4 -OR cant ie . the colonies would mean nothing AL i SE Ft
‘ eee as : a ; . : ad ravelling at about 20 to 25 mile ‘ 1e colonies meé BOOK M: ER ae
iaard _ was committed on | have stopped within WY aeey. an hour. The ’bus stopped about He felt, however, that with thr POOR ES tee bila ;
Mare : | He also nat out’ a road testliwo seconds before the impact se ‘ colonies so far apart, there woul SHOPPING PURSE —
OR RIDING the motor cycle} of the lorry, At 20 miles After the accident nothing be be great difficulty in reachins KEY CASE
Sage on Station Hill Roaujon ee . on OF] removed until the Police arrive: : a | their objective LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOK ,
without due care anu atien-|ry travelled 99 feet inche" |The light of the vehicle he saw | SHOPPING LIS |
= for persons using the same} before stopping. oe ———, approaching was coming at about | L HAIR GRIPS
road on December 26, Josephj|and found out that the mast€’ |the same speed as the ‘bus wa ° - S POCKET MANICURE
Whitehead of Bushy Park, St.) cylinder, which holds the fluic|..iy¢ 7 ugar eaves ZIPP P 3 9 ki
head shy é St. | cyl P ravelling , PURSE (2 kinds)
Philip, was fined 20/- and 1/-|for the brakes, was not buildir h- | STA cSS K in
* « L/ yr th akes, was ne ty To His Honour: The approach- ‘ insite AINLESS KNIFE in case
costs in 14 days or one montil’s| up pressure and the brake shoe*|ing jight appeared to be tw For London COMB (in case) we
imprisonment by His Worship Mir. nted adjusting. lights | , SHOE HORN (in case)
H. A. Taima yesterday | Cpl 3rathwaite, Police Pho- : About 2,350 tons of sugar and a SEWING SET
» Te yes ; pl. Brathwaite, Polic ' aes : save eA? etree 2
IN i|tographer, next described th A Statement ange ee & ywparinds. ee SAY PURSE (2 kinds)
NSTON BOWEN of Black tures he had taken of the Be he island arounc Tiday evening sDING RULE |
Rock, was fined 15/- in 14 ollision to the Jury. P.C. 376 Wilkinson of the Ois- by the Harrison freighter ‘“Tapti NOTE CASE | a)
days or in default one month’s im- | . ; tin’s Sub Station, said that aty E (4,411, tons net) for London : MANICURE SET \
ie : cates The . about 11.10 am. on Septemb« "vs “Tapti” arrived in port a MATCH BOX COVE |
prisonment by His Worship Mr.| The Doctor about 11.10 am. on Septembe! Tye “Tay : ; mst ? R
Ss ‘Sarna’ yesterday. for ng! Dr. E. L. Ward, P.M.O., of Dis-]29, Charles Lashley came to th daybreak yesterday to bem loads CARD CASE HE SMOKES
indecent language on Black Rock, , tic B aid that at about 5.1] Station and said he v o give ing of this cargo Messrs aa MAGNIFIER (in case) \ |
a public high on March 28 am., on September 29 he wa:j;a statement. He sai t he w Maj.-Gen. L. B. NICHOLLS | Cesta & Co.. Lid. are the vess¢ COMB & NAIL FILE in case 3
F renee ( to the scene of an acciuen:/the driver of the |! y which I Merit 1 local agents FRUITS aia re CaPF) 99
. wien eee z : , 1 ‘ he Legio of Meri by | FRUIT K? oe ane
LIFFORD HICKS was detain- at \axwell Road. He saw a womali] had collided with the ’b eal | F ocide a nen ait Ves vail Da nenenieenesntiiant ecniiinanslh y CKET Wan t eT ase) 66
ed at the General Hospital on lying on the platform of a lorry, lier the same morni! isla ennai him an Officer of a CIGARETTE CASE i
Monday when he fell from a lorry | which was on the left.side of the P.C, Wilkinson said that he)\4. region of Honour. He was Obituary } ; : alae ce
th are ay Sanne ae Plant-| road He examined her a SaW | took the savemnent et, Lae * ‘educate Cheltenham College | ve ZIPP WALLETS (with the |
ee Aner 1 lthat she was extensively injured] and read it back to He next an 1 Member of the Institute] Spy John Hutson Map of Barbados, \
B i lorry Vv being ariven *O 1} and sent her to the General Hos-! read the statement to the ( irt \ f Electrical E neers and a Fel- ~ Weak piu ian Wind ) FOUR S IU ARE PIPE
ies een, GeO Vile bem. oF | pital | In this statement Lashley stated |} f University College, London,| THE death occurred last night : — : P Q 4 ’
which were covered w : . 1] + | + : | z r 7
eet gs . covered a a Later the same day he perform-| that the *bus was travelling 4) where he studied Engineering. Hej of Sir John Hutson, Kt., O.B.E., | 1 iy
a — f ne tarpaulin s ‘pred ed a post mortem examination on| fast rate of speed and ollided! was severel wounded in action | V.D., B.A., M.B., C M., D.P.H., at BRUCE WEATHERHEAD { :
while i oe to ne srounG |e body of the same woman at) with the lorry which had rassen- | while servi an R.F.C. Pilot in| his residence “Little Barn”, Pine
Fee a ap ne mortuary of the General Hos~ | gers on the platform | the 1914-18 ar’. is Hill, at the age of 91. LID |
EON JONES of Pegwell, Chris Edward Bourne identified } General Nicholls visited the | Sir John was the son of the late a | - "
craic Seite soni a eg ace A Fisherman | West Indies early in 1948 — | Archdeacon Hutson, He is one of ienekal §}
t Was ac i >¢ anatthe body. | 4 2, > Pa ac ani | . a g .
‘ : ee : . toured the area accompanie the three brothers each of whom] 0. road Street
i iat ani 7 1 that in his opinior ; ¥ ra , 8 s
wana at the General Ho pital He said that in hl — 1 os Davia Callendar, a herman) py A, G. L. Douglas, Esq., | held distinguished positions in the \ ]
peuesday afver a tree which he) Augusta Bourne was: 20 i for|of Beckles Hill, St. chael, said) ivisional Manager, and Offi- | Colonial Empire His eldest | === a é
toot to ee See eee Ae, FOP. eS was| that on September he caught! c¢ijals from Head Office. Im- | prother Sir A. Hutson was a Colo-
Oot about 3.30 p.m, ibout 4) hours ie eld th \the 4.45 am. "bus at the Espla-| portant conferences were held | nial Governor while his other
. _ >| we rished. He then told the)" â„¢ : ctins. About five | with Government Administra- | p;other was Bishop of Antigua
eens ROOFED board and sate ‘ie various injuries he Se Se ordad it a ‘When | tors and in several of the | etn of the West In- iS
> se me y u ass ‘ é . . ; * fae .
ee a 3 by Jams discovered. : | Be got neat Maxwell he was on| larger islands the General was | dies for some time.
pletely i eee a wee One Dr. Ward further said that 1D] 16. Tigiit side of the "bus relaxir invited to address local Cham- He was educated at Lodge
day ab eee 4 “ay ene? his opinion Bourne died from” The "bus suadenly came to a} bers of Commerce on the | school, Codrington College and
vay about 12.15 am. The house} is Oph aemmorhage follow-| ‘ a 2 . Company’s policy. sroceeded to FUinburgh Univers-
is insured and the origin of the fire} shock and ee , kull, a standstill. When he looked up| General Nicholls is a nephew of ity where he took medicine. He
as : > a fracture of the skull, & nadie iv as in| 1 Bee te it} sre he , ,
7enown, se rer ins brain, a Fen: he saw the ee _ eth of| Sit H. Alford Nicholls, the late | returned to Barbados in 1885 and
laceration of the are) ea | the cage, move | Medi Officer (1904-25) » ste he Barbados
) IARTERG -f , . . shun le ; 4 Sen Medicai Officer t | joined the staff of the arba
) Vary REARTANG, of a trash| tured liver and other multip | his compartment. He also ee ind, on several occasions acting| General Hospital
a was burnt by fire at], s ver to the left. He saw people |” Resist { ; ho : i > : alth In-
: se injuries. | over to : Administrator of Dominica, wh He served as Public Health In
rarisigh plantation, St. Peter on sa on the other vehicle and then conducted a lifelong research into spector and Poor Law_ Inspector |
a sg ve poeygo on Sep-| heard a crash. the treatment of ele oer = and when the Office of Chief omens |
STII irri ietnrtnstcaapinanntinietecmatacmmeaiianiaiell L/Sgt. F. Gill said tat ‘ He got out of the ‘bus and SaW’..u. with the result that it has| jeg] Officer was created, he actec
tember 29 at about 5.29 a m. 7 lthe damage The ‘bus did not j.zrgely been eradicated from ~ in that capacity for some time. Vr th f
went to Maxwell Road and took) a | Morne Nicholls near the He was appointed a member of ry e380 or Our CUS , > .
; WHAT’S ON TODAY with him P.C., Sarjeant. He saw es said hat before and after] poilir , was named after Sir| the Legislative Council in 1920) ‘ 4 hions. covers and curtains
‘ ils xn vehicles drawn up On) se lighis of the ’ A lfc N | |and served as a member of the
Court of Grand Sessions at | ice. rom vee = "I | the acre othe Ape | Al ‘ | ie road. ,.,;/remainea bul 5 ~ es . . —
meee nee ia - | He bee measurements in the "Bo Mr. Brancker: I was relax- NO ELECTRICITY CUTS | time on the Executive Committee. LION CREST PLAIN CASEMENT 45 ins. wide per yd $1.05
fon . ne Chureh | resence of the driver of the lor-| but not with my eyes closed He represented Berhades, ae in Blue, Kose, Green, Maroon and Champagne
stry at 2.00 p.m. ieee os 7 al it ee rred ‘ Tk ha 10s Electric Cor-|¢c tion of His Majesty ing . _
. . - Charles Lashley, and also 1n| ; » impact occurred PHE jarbaa ah Soronatio wi 4 46 ins. wide
Athletic re. 8 Queens Pi ea! f the driver of the | When ; 7 moving Up to the} poration has informed the| George VI and until he resigned FOLK WEAVE per yd. ——— el See er
College at 2.00 p.m. the presence of the |"bus was ne o yone | aad t ypart from the . Presidency of the Legislative
F dD | on n ; I left 1 did not see anyon Advoca that ag the I 3
Cotball, Kensington at 5.00 bus, Ronald ee ahs positions | one , nything from the road usual cut during the day on{ Council, he was Chairman of the
Mobil a ar c urt ‘and |"emovs 7 Tuesday, there were no cuts at] local branch of the Empire Parlia-
é Cinema, St Augus- of the vehicles to the \our", © A Pass as" 1 sntary Association.
an. 7s ‘ ) ee . laeew ras ! assenger } night. mentary AS Z
tine’s Boys’ School Pas- pointed out that petal oe Kenneth Sieledtr’® Chauffeur During the afternoon there He was twice married andj
= St. George at 7.30 fitted with seats to oe Dale i| : that n September 29 he vere rumours of serious break-| leaves a widow, Lady Rn gees hed 7 ®
H “ ‘ t ol of blood | sala that om es ae an Che : ris has} + jeepest sympathy will be
sers. He said that a po ‘ age s at the Company but this has} whom deepes ym}
ers under the right rear wheel | > Spee * | ce 1 ja Gites | extended. 10, ll, 12 & 13 Broad Street





















‘ Tasone 4
. ‘
ol | Cebu) paby pes prieY “4 YOU MAY REOUIRE SOME OF
‘ H Powder ‘a oe
Powsler. Ao
THESE ITEMS

‘

— oe VALOR STOVES—3 Burners AUTO PUMPS—Hand and Foot |

“I am a proud consumer of... . >: See eae = AUTO TROUBLE LAMPS |
t GOAT CHOW || ELECTRIC HOT PLATES pita Bp :
(Single and Double Burners) ; ue TYRES and ees
i. nial eiinitiadls Geileia Adin da. ||] ELECTRIC FOOD WARMERS CYCLE ACCESSORIES
READING LAMPS BICYCLES—Hercules and Phillips

: CALF STARTENA | GARDEN HOSE %”, 5.” and %” HILLSIDE PLOUGHS : |
)otainable from H. JASON JONES & Co., Lid | ROBERT THO wi LTb.

Fae id COURTESY GARAGE an
mucted along the western side of eee ete tate ee ee ete | G DIAL 4391

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PAGE SIX

HENRY

BARBADOS





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BY CARL ANDERSON









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ARRANGED TO POISON HIS DRINKS
/ IND ONLY THE ARRIVAL OF THE
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WHOSE SIDE | AM ON. SILENCE
PAUNCH ! GO QUIETLY WITH THE

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VOUR DENIALS FoR THE JUDGE.
NOW, MY DEAR WHISPER, LET
ME EXPLAIN MY ACTIONS

SINCE THE DISAPPEARANCE | 2
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BOVRIL, 2 02. 60c.; 4 oz. 90c., 8 oz den a
‘ MORTON'S DRIED SAGE ... + Moe
“ee im " RN Rem
Coffee and Cocoa Soaps and Cleansers
NESCAFE Peer Mog Le Pee eee eee ae 69¢, PELICAN LAUNDRY SOAP “e i
CHASE AND SANBOURNE’S COFFEE 0c. BRILLO SCOURING PADs .. oer
KARDOMA COFFEE ............. te ae ay we
CHIVERS COFFEE ESSENCE 68¢ vee. ea . Sma oe
PETER’S COCOA, 1% Ib. 98¢. ONE-O-ONE sa areecesalll
PETER’'S COCOA, 1; Ib Se. SILVO me
FRYS COCOA, % tb 2¢. SHINIO Lise ae
FRYS COCOA, \% Ib 1Gc. HARPIC Small 47¢., Large 80

Cereals

CREAM OF WHEAT, Latge 5ic. ff
CREAM OF WHEAT, Small 30c

CEREVIM aie 2 ee en
QUAKER OATS in tins .... 48¢ MEAT DEPARTMENT
MORTON'S GROUND : :

OATMEAL 40¢
MORTON’S PEARL BARLEY 51c. Friday & Saturday
WEETABIX, Large 54e
WEETABIX, Small _. 26¢
QUAKER MUFFETS | 37¢ :
QUAKER CORN FLAKES. 3% PRIME AUSTRALIAN BEEF ‘All cuts
POSTS CORN TOASTIES. 30c.
PUFFED WHEAT SPARKIES 31¢. BEST s VEAL. Legs, Chops -

BEST ” LAMB. Legs, chops

Canned Fish ~

RED
RED
PINK
PINK

HERRINGS in Tomato Sauce 33¢



THURSDAY, wWanen .
OCATE ————_—$_______.. ARCH








Behe rere’

Specially designed for Barbados, this
Black Patent Oxford 1s now on show in |
leading stores. See them for yourself. |

_made by

JOHN WHITE ©

means made just right |








Jams. Syrups
Marmalades

Milk. Cream

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Butter
LYLES GOLDEN SYRUP,
ta vanes ae ANCHOR EVAPORATED
LYLES GOLDEN SYRUP, MILK, 16:8 orvern Ne
2 Ibs. .... 43¢, NESPRAY DRIED MILK.”
LYLES GOLDEN SYRUP, DMD. rece cere SM
4 Ib 80¢ NESPRAY DRIED MILK, 4
4% BEMA MOLASSES a3e 2% I. tage
al
WINE LIST GOLDEN SHRED MAR- KLIM, 1 Ib. ......,04 $b
MALADE 4c KLIM, 5 Ibs, ......-.., 48
PORTUGUESE MOSCATEL $2.88 SILVER SHRED MAR- NESTLES THICK CREAM 4¢.
DRY MONOPOLE CHAM- MALADE . “ic. aTLas Dale
Seeds Lis tis cso LETONA APRICOT JAM 54¢c CREAM... eccsss+ M6!
ZAUX SUPERIEUR
iD. UU as og LETONA PLUM JAM .. 4%¢. DUTCH TABLE BUTTER,
GUINNESS STOUT IXL RASPBERRY JAM. .5lc. 5 lhe ¢...0. 4s 00

(Pints and Nips) 28c, & 18c.
TENNENTS XXX STOUT... .26c

BREDA BEER . . 26. Condiments and Extracts
MEINEKENS BEER ao COLEMAN’S MUSTARD ....... “iceilichl a

GENEVER DUTCH GIN . .$3.60 LOOSE MUSTARD, per ounce . ivseeeeeee &
GORDON’S DRY LONDON

GIN 9 50 HEINZ GRAVY BROWNING > Me.
ones : LOOSE CURRY POWDER, per ounce . . oy (ae
SELVA TABLE SALT, per tin . Me,

MARMITE, 2 oz, 32e., 4 02, He

























SALMON, Large 85e LIVER, TRIPE, RABBITS
SALMON, Sma 45¢

SALMON, Large 41 CHICKENS, DUCKS, . Milk fed
SALMON, Small 28¢





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\

pspa¥, MA

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= 3
et
DIED

K.cC., 0.B EB
non, — sik JON PH., Camp
pA

EB his residence Be
Big OE Mi His funeral w
* a” is late eS st

4 ivernoon §
Y gelock thie ral.

Panels Frusson.
4 31 of Three How
ILTON, we day March 28*}
same after-

Mi

cumeo‘her

e

prother| Ruth Lucas

ier Seale (father?
y, at her residence at

pam AMT Street and Jem-

of BY puneral will leave

hige residence at 4.30 o'clock

the



IN MEMORIAM

y of Miss LAVINA
who fell asleep in Jess,



co-worker.

“A deer feet od Savin Lm



In good penal
it ‘The car for a pick-

New TyTes- , 3378 or 2122.
| Tg. Anny A. Beant 24.3.50,—t.f.n,

7 Seaver Dodge Car. ” Suitable

caR-I- ed to Van or Pick-up
“be converter Garage, St. John.
jy, Donovan, ae. 30.3, 50—6r

, Hillman, excellent con-

“CAR-One 1 6 Cylinder | in good
le & Co. Lid,

sia ,30.3.50—4n

six Cylinder, 14 H.P.
le steering wheel, 8
jcase fitted to luggage compart-
sales 700 miles, pve ee

rv offers to B. . Bynoe.
= 30.3.50—In



cing orden.

CAR—Austin,



FLECTRICAL

= RADIOGRAM—With Automa-

e Changer in excellent condi-

ma. At Ralph A. eee Auction
wood Alley. ne :

fi ies ¥ 28.3.50—3n



WACHINES — Thor Clothes Washing,
or Clothes & Dish Wash-
. We have penne Her aries
abroad. Some of the early
r allen 20 years ago are still

ae ELECTRICAL CO.
A AGE 28.3.50—6n

1 Tube R.C.A. Floor Model.



"RADIO
lary Phillips, Bonnetts, Brittons Hill
- Michael, For further information

| Bee ©. Walcott. 28.3.50-—3n
CHANICAL

CLE—One Gents Three Sneed

min perfect condition. Reasonrble

Apply to McCurtney Lewis,
e Rock Road.

hig 29.3.50—2r

CHINE—One Singer 8 re tt i
ine perfect condition, Eastwo: 17?
28.3.50—3n

TRY

ULTRY-—Pure bred Plymouth Rocix
39 old. Phone 2890.
as 28.3.50—3n.

EOuS

TASTER NOVELTIES which will de-
the children can be obtained from
. Harrison & Co. You can get
eggs in various colours containing
] sweets and other surprises. Look
the clucking hen and the little
ls that lays five eggs one after the
i Harrison's Toy Dept. has them.
i 16.3. 50—4n

f

" ES—A full stock of Wines includ-
yl [Dom Benedictine. On sale
» Wi aligne Arthur & Co. Lid, High St.

iW 28, 3,50—3n
i if V

192.00 edch, last opportunity at this

Dear’s Garage Ltd. Phone 2476.

ii 26,3.50—6n.

| GALVANISED PIPE, HERE!—Half-1..ch

oinch galvanised pipe, 28. to $1.09
foot. A. BARNES & CO., LTD.

25.3.50—t.f.n

VANISE PIPES & FITINGS, Size
M&M, Linch, 1%, 1%, 2; 2%, 3, & 4 inch
) quire; Auto Tyre Co., Trafalgar St.

ne 2096, 16,3,.50—t.f.n

VANISE SHEETS 1n 24 and 26
Buge Gft, Gft. Gins, Sft. and 9ft. lengths
mild steel plates 1/16, 1/8 Ys,
Vif and 3/8 in various sixes, Enquire
Tyre Company, Trafalgar Street.
| 4,3,50—t.f.n

ENGLISH PERAMBULATOR and Baby
. Eastwood 2173. 28.3, 50—3n

Prtinaiey 180 gallons capoclty, 5)
roximately Gallons capacity, 5/'
thick Cole & Co., Ltd.

28.3,504r

RECORDS YOU WANTED—
here and they’re keen

and Bing records, Rhum-
ody undo Ross, vocals by An-
@ Sisters, Mills Brothers etc.

CEI

at

TYRES — 8.25 x 20—12 ply.

i aad

THO

A. Barnes & Co.
19,3.50—t.f.n

| PUBLIC SALES

By
ye, msttuctions I will sell at Cable and
yard, St. Lawrence Gap, on
a vay next 30th March, beginning at
S'elock, & collection of Short Pine
old lumber, several block stones,
: tion of Pine Tables suitable for
Sy Samples or making school
me are 10 ft. long my 2 ft. wide
Cupboard 7x5; chairs, boxes, (5)
drums (3) Lawn Mowers, (1)
Peet hg ae capacity 150
ms of interest,
j TERMS CASH

D'ARCY SCOTT.

bot ave, been instructed to sell on the

at King William Henry Street on

“ “chattel ia 29th March at 2 o'clock,

in uilding which consists of

nae, dining room (2) bedrooms,
‘ CAs Land rent $4.00

D'ARCY SCOTT.
Auctioneer,

]

ein,

ESTATE
————
to COT, River Road, s
, , Standing on
. aoe, land. It has closed gal-
ms, Wc aan dining room (2) bed-

. « It is built
re with the hares with salvane
: S within easy reach
fare, ls and Bridgetown, No
ant posession immediately.

D'ARCY SCOTT.
ine Lane,

Dee tou? wavy GARDENS.

. quiet locality.
roofed Brerite. Verandah. Draw,
Dining with bat Breakfast Rooms
co it in lender and cup-
With He tiled bath, 3 bedrooms
SIME, servants ro and water

t m, toilet, bath, li

ind and other fruit trees, ianty

Xmen on a condition. Inspection b-
M 4.

in

Â¥. Archie Clarke. Phone
The 28.3.9.-5n
Office Sned
- at 2pm
Containing and on which “

~ eR
Will offer for sale at
ie on Weng’ High Street, Pridge-
mil 1950, ay the Sth day of
le Bungalow
VILLE’ n€alow called “CHAR
Rock, with quate in Bridge Gap
. y , Perches, th
of the “late Miss Charlot}:
Bungalow és
2 bed,

and oper
Evectr
tT Supply
O'Don
the, ;
Sale, apply Particulars and Condi
the indersigned
®, CATFORD & CO
28.3.50—9n



1

(wife), Ophia! Seat |
20 93.50 |

- Tes
CLASSIFIED }



| Friday
'

| spective tenants.
YEA

—

0, 1950

FOR RENY



> Stree
Aprii ist t M
>kKinner. Phone 4064, “ww
“ote 26.3.50.
“OLIVEDALE”, MARINE GARDEN
Small furnished house a
Available from middle June f:
four months. Phone MacPhail, 265

itn o 29.3.50-

EH OUSE—Newly built house o:
Bay, for four to six months. Fully fir-
nished, with linen and cutlery
baker car also supplied if required. fo
further particulars phone P. Cc. s
Maffei 2787 or 8239 after 4pm

29.3.50—6n





OFFICE—Marhill St. next to
Frutchineon & Co. For further ee
ars apply W. B. Hutchinson & Co
14.3.50—t.f.n









MULLINS—St. Peter. Three | :
Fully furnished. Available toome Soe in

for four months. Apply: Ralph A.
Hardwood Alley. Phone was ae











— ——
4ELP

OG! — MESSRS. CAR
RINGTON & SEALY have a vacancy fo



oe en Apely ee 7.0 am. o
-™. TS. ‘yril Lynch, ,
Hall Flat. 1. Codrington Hill. Telephon

30.3.50—2r





MISCELLANEOUS

COAT—One Warm Coat to fit chilr
eighteen months, Rastwood 2173.

88.3.50—3r

Wanted to Buy

JOINERS’ GOOD WORK for re-salc
in Mahogany, Cedar, Deal for Househo!
or Office--L. S. Wilson, Trafalgar Street
Dial 4069. 30.3.50—3r

STAMPS—All kinds of Used Postag
Stamps at James West Indies Stamp Cr
Bay Street, Bridgetown, St. Michael

30.3. 50—3n

PYRE VoTICEs

















“225 easily earned by obtaining order

for private Christmas Caras fro:
your friends, No previous experienc
necessary, Write today for beautiful fre
Sample Book to Britain's largest an:
foremost Publishers; highest commissior
marvellous money making opportunity

Jones, Williams & Co.,
Cont. Preen, sons, Dent: 10 Victor

BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE
ASSOCIATION

D i
All stibordinate members of the Gov- |
ernment Service are asked to note tha
there will be a special meeting held a
the Town Hall on Saturday Ist April,
1.30 p.m. to which they are asked t
make a special effort to attend.
AGENDA
1, A general talk on conditions
service re-subordinate employee.
2. Seleet a managing committee
A. EB. LEWIS,
Divisional Secretary





30.3.50—2n.

NOTICE

ALL PHRSONS, FIRMS AND COM
PANIES carrying on Trade or Busine
in the City of Bridgetown and oth
perts of the parish of St. Michael ar
under the provisions of thr
Vestries Act 1911 (1911-5) to make :
written Return of their average, Ne
Profit in accordance with *h¢ provision
of the said *.. for the purpose of Assess
ment. Such persons, Firms and Com
panies not complying with the provision
ot the said Act incur a penalty no
exceeding £50.

All suth persons, firms and Compani*
therefore asked to forward thei

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business
By Order,
EB. C. REDMAN,
Clerk, St. Michael's Vesiry
29.3.60—"
RBADOS,
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPBAL.

been paid into Court.

All the Dependants of the above
named deceased are hereby ¢required te
appear at the above-named Court or
Wednesday the 5th day of April 195
at 10 o'clock a.m,

Dated this 27th of March 1950.

oy Vv. GILKES PY
. Clerk A.C.A.
“ 30.3.50—2n





PERSONAL





warned agains

The public are hereby IANTF

to my wife

me Signed COURTNEY JORDAN,





St. Martin.
St. Philip
29.3,50—2n
ee
q]
Publie Sales-Contd.
—
REAL ESTATE
~ uare feet of land f
nee vs Bay Street App!
GO. Te We ke & Co., Solicitor
James St. 19. 3.50 an





Mt —<

AT the office of the undersigne
Friday next 3ist instant at 2 p.m
public competition

ICE CO

CO. LIMITED.
TA RUM REPO

& SEALY

te ——

; D—20 Perches of Land <'

rideaies Gap, off Davrells, Fy

Christ Church. Apply to on

Pherson, Upper Dayrells Roa es



LING HOUSE with | 490 equare
tot of i situate at Spruce Street

Bridgetown. one diasiae
DWELLING HOUSE with 2.20 .
feet of. land situate at Wellingtor
3 Street RCE OF. containine

t Wellington |

rties of Cam- |

up for;

1,180 square feet situate a!
Street, Bridgetown
The above are the prope :
eron L. Browne and Fi be se
lic Compe nen
Noe " oo Street Bridertow 0
Sist. March, 1950 at 2 Dm
For inspection of the two ve -
tioned dwelling houses, apply

. BOYCE,
RWOOD & Bee iicitors

24.3.50—--8n.

| Philip H Davidson,

SUIPPING | (

Ki

ion at our Office. | /

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Cachalot, s
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Wonita, Sch Emanu
Freedom Fleary. Sch





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

tre, from British Guis
Owners’ Asanciation







ft 4411 tons net Capt
. from Antigua; Agents: Da
, Lea

DEPARTURES





- Sch. Gardenia + : : :
Sch. Blue } + ardenia W Sch. Ma e. 74 ton .
Sch Reginald "Ng, seh Hazell Scott. Capt very, = ‘British R “Guiana
ata, M.V. Caracas. wu Agents: Schooner Owners’ Associatic
ARR'V, oa - Cyri . iy ton
_S.S. Kaipaki ne $ apt. Hutchins, from British Guiana
Fenwick, from’ war, tons net, Capt. Agents: Sch Owners’ Asreciasion
Come A eng Trinidad; Agents: Da aeh: Belqueen. 44 tons het, Capt
So Seraldine s Cin, . as Bah
h. Geraldine H., 37 tons net, Capt. Gute Leen Agents: “Sch
IN
casts LQUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION
advise that they cane, (Wl Orinico: S.S, Essto: S.S. Ariston: S.S
with the i y can now communicat’ Sprut: SS. S Teresa: SS “Fort Du-
Barbados Coast’ Seiten through the’ quesne: S.S.S. Calli: S.S. Kaipaki
555 Alcbal Gita’ coe SS. Myken Sskratos: $.S. Fort De-
8 S. Runa: §.S. Hestia: AGRE: france: S.S. Merrimac: S.S. Mermaid
s rpedon: tania -*
7il: gu aa S-S. Hecuba: 8.8. Bra- §S, Alcoa Pennant: S.S. Celestial
Norden: $.8. Esso Cadift SS Linki: Sickie emg SS. Marianne: 8.8
shen: S.S. Blizabeth ASmedonn: ni- Golfito: S.S. Geiruly. M.S. Caraihe

Tapti: M.S. Carona: S'S. Apache Gan:
yon: S.S. Runa: S.S. Mauretania: §.S
Longwood: S.S. New London: §.S. Esso
New Orleans: S.S. Esso Pittsburgh: S.S.

S.S. Marine Leader: S.S. Turicum
S.S. Anna L. Conaylis: $.8. Lianishen

S.S. Lis: SS. Amada: $S Norse
Mountain: S.S. Overo: SS. Atlaritic
Exporter.



ARRIVALS BY

From Trinidad: sgl tae ue

eorge Webb: C e:
Frederick Weldegure: svi
Rampersad; Stephen Herring:
Hotchin, Gregory Graham: Fr
ver: Leon Miller: Ruby
Neives: Daphne Neives:
Virginia Lee: Percival
Moll: Lenora Evelyn: Roy

Mac Donald: John Milburn: Simon
Parker: Roger Rowe: Robert Me Cul-
lough: Mary Me Cullough.
eee Demerara:

Vv, Mother Parki : Si
Phyllis: Mrs, Doreen Moe eke ae
Moe: Mr. W. S. Jones: Mrs. E. Jones:
Mrs. P. Wicknam: Mast. M. Wickhain:
Mr. A. Karp: Mr. Oscar Agard: Mrs
K. Agard: Mrs. EB. Inniss: Mr, GC. A.
McDoom: Miss Marian: Miss E. Outram:
Mr. R. Emtage: Mrs. O'Leary McCar-
thy: Miss Mary Weston: Miss J. Fields:
Capt. James Stacks:

DEPARTURES BY B.W.1.A.L.
For Trinidad;

Mrs. Mary Gill: Mr. Victor Gill: Mr
Gordon Johnston: Mr. John Colthup:
Miss Klara Hunziher: Mr. Arquinedes
Matute: Mr. Francis Harris: Mrs. Ivy
Warren; Mr. Charlies Lawson: Col
Keith Stewart: Mr. Smith: Mr. Henry
Lord: Mrs. Lord: Mrs. Edith Davy:
Mrs. Beryl Davy: Miss Sylvester Lovell
Mrs. Louie Mullin: Mrs. Jane Shicerick:

Col.
Sevkinandan

Philip
Frank Car-
Tayly; Irma
Maurice Lee:
Eligon: Sybil
Moll: Andrew

——

“Kaipaki”
Brings Meat

Several bags of mutton
brought by vhe S.S.



were
“Kaipaki,”

which arrived here yesterday.
Other items brought by the same
boat were box cheese, canned
meat, canned fruit, drums of mix-
ed ice cream, oats, and several
‘ierces of oranges.

The meat is consigned to

Messrs. D. V. Scott & Co., while
the remaining cargo is distributed
among several other agents.

“Geraldine”
Brings Wood

Eighty vons of firewood arrived
here yesterday from British Gui-
ana by the 37-ton schooner “Ger-
aldine H.”, which is consigned to
the Schooner Owners’ Association

The “Geraldine H.” made the
voyage in five days of smooth sail-
ing. Skippers of schooners calling
here recently have been experi-
encing fine weather.



LOST & FOUND
LOST

LOST FROM MY RBSIDENCE on
Seturday the 18th March 1950, one Book
of Irish Sweepstake Tickets, Series KC
10525 to 10536. Eldica Nicholls, Hinds-
bury Road. 30,3.50—In

CROUPY
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to take effect at a date as soon after Ist May, 1950 as can be arranged.
The Professor will be Head of the Department of Medicine and will
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1950, at 2.00 p.m.

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FOOTBALL” °

The Fixtures for the 1950

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ORDINARY GENERAL
MEETING

NOTICE is hereby given
that the one Hundred aa
Ninth Yearly Ordinary
General Meeting of the
above-named Society will be
held at the Society’s. Office,
Beckwith Place, Bridgetown,
on Friday, 14th April, 1960,
at 2 o’clock pm. for the
purpose of —

(1) Receiving, from. the.
Directors their Report
on the transactions. of
the Society for “the
year ended 31st De-
cember, 1949. sm
Electing Directors.an
an Auditor for» the
current year.

Cc, K. BROWNE,
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Spartan Beats
Empire 3-2

SPARTAN defeated Empire three—two in their Second
Division football game at the Park yesterday evening.
Morris scored one in the first half for Spartan and Ainsley
Gittens two in the second half. McCollin scored from a
penalty kick in the first half for Ernpire and Wood sence

the second in the final stages of the game.
Play



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ng As the game
ed d Spartan began to press

g a period of neat con-
the ee area, Morris



J. Gollop
Victrix

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fully kicked "shot from close
udorum
About tire Empire made
J. GOLLOP, 10-year-old of a ia ong
thre: ) I iii-JUCg~
Shakespeare House, won re : guattels-



events at the Christ Church Girls’
Foundation School Athletic
Sports held yevts be ac-

just before half t

of Empire’






claimed Victrix Ludorum y
Tid exvited off the melee ensued in thelr
in the 80 yds. race, Skippin and Ur



awarded a
ollin took a tow
g Atkins

and the Potato Ha
Masefield Hou WZ
House with





Champion > ;
and thé runner uy equalize
speare with 74 point s for-
Division Champions of the me uOUs-
were R. Wiggins (Cla
Moseley and A. Reece iL he secor
J. Gollop (Class III) ttens received
and J, Corbin (Cla tong pi A on the
The Old Girls’ Race was won ‘ight wing and swifti

by Miss G. Jones f
by Mists D. Ags
E. Rollins while tt
was won by Mi J

Presentation of th
was by Mrs. D. G. Lea

The events were

1st RACE. 100 YARDS CLAKS 1

ist BR. Wiggins, 2nd M: Bentham Uraly +t ll
P. Ince. ti

zND —_ 16 FAS OLASS Tt





cock € er tubborr

King.
‘ED RACE 4. YAEDS CLASS 11
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M Yarte Ai e yitter
4TH RACT % YARDS CVASS IV be * Crs
ist J, Corb aac i! ‘ , econg a ope
Plinda tr
6TH WHISTIANG RACE CLASS lat ie te
Qt A. Hinkson: 2né A Lome ‘ ‘
Jones we f i tr 5
orn RACE, THREADING THE NEEDLE are We at i e. right a
CLASS TH & Iv in 2 hile “eA # “
itt O. Arche: . -
yergesant mE ece ‘
7TH BACK RACE (OPEN The wer
«i Meco Spartan: Atkins, Benfield, Git
“TH SKIPPING RACE CLARS Tt & TV ‘ , Gitt
; ; i ‘ c *
v onmn, : . ‘
WTR. OWBTACLE RACY, CLASSE I & 1 F 3
it H. Dears , Empire: Archer, Bynoe, Jord
Y. King z Clarke fy yw
orm ¢ Are WING THE TRAIN OFA my RP
lst O, Archer: 2nd € “e
C Watermar
NTH, CATCHING THE TRAIN CLASS 5
iet C. Snmiee nd
Clarke, P * 8
TU al
12TH. VISITORS RACE rinecess
let J, Cox: 2 J. Chelte “e
TH. RACK &% YARDS (OPEN “
MEM, Beware” doa We Filly Beaten
M. Phill pe
HTH. WALKING RACE (OPEN ”
oats x 2nd B W SOR 9
5TH. EGG & BPOON RACF : Ea peu
CLASS I & I i f
Ist B. Blacker Cok 7 ns :
trd J. Gernes : ; —
_weTH HIOn JUMP CLABS 1411 the ix-penny <
a VV. Mow ‘ ve e mi here th
Astiby 4 ft. 1 in. 2 44 Wigs ' tart
11 ine . ASstrakhan starting
TH. OBPTACLE RACE CLASS Mm favourite thoug f
ist C. Waterman: 204 D. Dewe pou
a arke “Vike
lern POTATO RACE CLA‘S I & _—
lst A. Reece: 2 rd Q was won by the fo to one
Waleott hance Letter Box by
ivtHt. te Aa RACS CLASS 3 head < ‘ ¢
let Zz Ge 2nd ” aq rom Liree to me
Curke Record vitl Astrakhan ¢
WH. THREE LEGGED RACE engths further behind. Eighteen
CLARE Tau “ T" Prince ae ae
ist J. Peters-r) H Deane 2n 1 i hie rinces lly Wa
Shepherd, B Waverx % King alway} trailing the leader and
Power sid pull out anything
71ST. THREE LEGOED RACE (1488 IM + ht iss
ist O. Temael, M. Yarde and D Des . e straigt
M. Sergeant: 3rd B Ger iJ. Clarke The "Princess flew Malta
ND OLD ors” RAGE yesterday C ‘ 0 a
1@ G, Jones: 2nd D Agerd. wa t c rda and did no | ner
Rollins horse run
RD HOUSE RELAY RACE —Reuter

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REFEREES IN TROUBLE THURSDAY Mar 2 1950

am. The News: 7.10 am. News
7.15 a.m Sporting Record
DUBLIN Music Magazine: 7.45 a.m
A new kind of strike—includ- : ly Speaking: 8 am. From the

* Baits rials; 6.10 Program ry
ing a particularly irksome form 6 15 rials Th ree" > Ccoaane - on e
of “sabotage’—brought six Trish Listeners’ Digest: 8 4m. Close Down
footbal nennnd kal oon The News; 12.10 p.m. New

Doak 1 referees to grief in , wiysis: 19.18 pm. New Warords
lu in, bm. Observation Post, 1.15 p.m. Radto
The Irish referees striking New re 1.30 p.m. Twke it from here
against the use 0 $ritis} 2pm ne News: 2.10 p.m. Home new
& veel ¥ - € f I Mish fom Britain 7.15 p.m. Sports Review
referees, were attacked by the 2% »1 Radio Theatre: 4 p.m. Th
crowd, which insisted the offitials News: 410 pm. The Daily Service
Wee Slowing Piidtes in an (ee oe Oo.

d chostra DY dsteners wice: 5
attempt to disrupt the the match. pm Programme Parade: 5. p.m

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EITHER ED WYNN OR

The Sixth Regatta, of the 1950
Yaehting Season will be sailed
on Saturday off the Royal Barbe-
dos Yacht Club.

Starting times and handicaps
are as ftollows:—









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I 5 Melody 22 8 Red.
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B 8 Rascal 7 fellox
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c 9 Folly

I 4 Cornetts

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D 7 Sinbad

D 9 Olive Bicssom

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c 4 Hi Ho
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C 7 Rogue
c 0 Gannet 2.47 c
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fixed fer, Regattas:-
7th Regatta Seturday 15th Apr
eth Regatta Saturday 2th April 1950
mn Kegetta turday Sth May 1960
A BANNISTER,

Starter

19%)



G. H. Manning
Defeats F. Barnes

Mens’ Singles

G. H. Manniog beat F. D. Barne
6/2 10/8
Mens’ Deubles
P. K. Roach and J. L. St. Hil
beat C. DeL Inniss and W. Crich-
6/2 6/3

Mixed Doubles
Mrs. R. 8. Bancroft and P. Mc
Patterson beat Mrs A.
Gibbons and C. B. Sisnett 6/4 6, 3
TO-DAY’S FIXTURES

Q
>

Mens Singles
Dr. C. G. Manning v H. L
oppi

Mixed Doubles
Miss A. Lenagan an G.. #1.



Manning vs. Mrs. R. S. Bancroft
and P. Me @. Patterson

EXPERIMENT IN PAINT

AS an experiment with a view
to improving the comfort of pas-

sengers in hot clirnates, the top
urfaces of the fuselage of one
of the B.O.A.C. Argonaut air-

liners are being painted white
It is expected that by painting/
the aircraft in this way its cabir
temperatures while it is on thr
ground at tropical airports wil’
be reduced by

The Weather
TO-DAY

Sun Rises : 5.59 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.11 p.m.
Moon (Full) April 2





Lighting ; p.m.
High Water : 7) a.m., 1.23
p.m.
YESTERDAY

Rainfall (Codrington) Nil
Total for Month to Yester-
day: 1.93 ins.
Temperature (Max.) 84.5° F.
Temperature (Min.) 79.0° F.
we tion (9 am.) E.

Wine vale iy 15 miles per
ay
Barometer (9 a.m.) 30,009
(3 p.m.) 29.928.







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TRINIDAD
DEFEATS
B.G. 2—1

BRITISH GUIANA, March 29.

Trinidad won the intercolonial
soccer rubber today, beating B.G
2—1 in the fourth of five Test
series at the GFC. grounds,
thereby recording their third
victory against B.G., who has one
with one match to go.

Today’s game was packed with
thrills and excitement. It was
witnessed by a large crowd in-
cluding TA.P.A. President Lieut.
Com. C: Hayward who flew over
on Twesday to witness the last
two Tests.

Trinidad scored twenty minutes

after the start of play through
Hinds B.G. equalized the first



minute of the second half when

Parsons the Trimidad right back
scored against his side in an at-
tempt to clear the goal. The shot
went over by Halley.
Trinidad scored the winning
géal 10 minutes from the end,

Lewis taking the shot from close










range.
The teams were as f
Trinidad— Gonsalves

, Gareia, Chariean, Joseph,

Carr, Worrell, Lewis, Hinds and

* Douglin.

: BG—Lewis, Williamson, §
Wiltshire, Parkes, ath ‘
Halley, Harris, Marks, Thomas
amd De Souza.

The fifth Test will be played
1 Friday. (By

Cable).



Cyclists
C an uit

The Amateu c Associ
tion have just made . the foll
classification for local

CLASS “A

H. Staurt, L. Carmichael, K

Farnum, L. Reid, I. Jones Keizet
‘INTERMEDIATE”
Alleyne, C. Haynes,














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So







| A Grand Variety
SHOW & DANCE

}
Will be given by ’
Mr. JOSEPH N. BELLAMY
,ex soldier)
} 1 MONDAY NIGHT
{ 3rd April 1950
} At THE DRILL



Come and hear Local Bing
Crosby on the Air and other Locs
Talent on Parade, Danc
Jive by Leroy Layne
stumts by Roy Forde
ing by Roy Straker

A Song to remember” by
Garnett
Music by Arnold Meanwell’s

Orchestra.
Reserved Seats 2,
Unreserved Seats 1

REFRESHMENTS ON SALr
rs open at 7.15 p.m





come Early & Avoid the rush



truck
after the collision.

and stop the

tne





Chauffeur Charged With Manslaughter

Mr



if “those ‘ot the lorry
noticed bits of glass

when the police came.

To Mr. Brancker: The “bus cid].

not move after the crash. All the
debris that he had -een was on

the right side of the “bus. The

lights that he had seen coming
towards the "bus had beer coming
at a medium speed.

Bus Driver :

Ronald Thompson of Market
Hill, St. George a registered driv er
said he had been driving 4
and had seen two lights coming to-

wards him. He stopped and shifted |

his face to the left alongside the
dash board. At that time the “bus
was stationary. When he first saw




the lights they were about
yards away. They
side. He h
Zot out h
of tne
truck travelled about 25 yards

jown the road. His lights haa)
been burning after the collision.
He did not know whether the
lights had been

Alongside of the
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Thursil %  _ March .HI 1950. Barbados flftuflcate Frier: •IV F t'E.vr.s Year 3 5. ATTLEES GOVERNMENT DEFEATED $1,000 Million Marshall Aid Allocated For U.S. Farm Products WASHINGTON, Man* 'I T H t UNITED STATES Horn ,„ l!,.,,^,.,,,,,,;,,., L HaMttnl) aamtarM SI.IIU'I I> 1 Priority Given To H-Boml) SOUTH HADLEY, HuiachuM'it.s. March 29 Tbe United •Wp Coo is i •ntngini its entire pro H ji.-i ftrst pnorii sjssoil (.( a hydrogen bor iBaimrr T Pikr. Ai • n k*A of the Comt•W* arc doing -. b the whole ato nl %  rap-ami:-' uBmt weight to IH n HPRC audience %  of this work, hi I !( 'peed tip thf drvi-1 Ine fa pal vessels Under the P %  fnmoe, woulf! "even high' Pike did not b month* hydrogen to the Imlopment work, which th 1 naklenl ha rebenth directed I to pursue'' indirmod That he tart the hydrogen bomb. The President announi i ill weeks ago thai •riared thr Commission to HO to eofc on the bomb. —Rruter %  Ml Pays Tribute To Late King BANGKOK. Si Thousands of Siamese paid |ltbe \i\< Kl Vlahtdo la %  I ul III pact dyna ifkt Royal p.,)..,1 m a RL J*.m IM< | ol Ihre. %  yii Palai %  pade haj not vat i aan i onK, ^ Ihe reigning monorrh. nil Bkymadoe 1 t and whit* helmet lighted %  •ar he had marched In 9 i procession .f % %  .. •JPMph' wh h n< luded the %  * if all ron 1 n llplomatic After Buddhisi tomorrow '•* r,r urn and placi %  containing the I"K BMnan h ,.1 siam —Renter FATTEST MAN DIES PAIEMK.V> .. .i. Mrh : M, lit*" 1 1 C r : ?-?JF urepe i %  * *< %  He weighed 463 lbs. —Reuler product vote ot MB to Burleson Ani'nu! : ndatory on uJmuiattration to spM, d h ,s amount on produce •was a count, and la n by roll ism. __ TinBurleaon amendment w" Democratic leadI %  preaontattve Join. Kco Democrat I Foreigi l %  %  adnttaiitrai %  Farm i %  %  farm producl without sible tot the mot %  nt would not harm the %  %  i!<-uler. Commtffttets Hold \ouih Congress In Italy ITAL %  %  hasjtfeoj % %  %  :u" the Congress a Palrailt> T.igliatli %  5.000,000 strong Italian Labour %  plaim' to Prime Mfotsti bind the ti Kruler Lajor Roads *eem to be lavouivM parking apod tor me [J !" %  wtrnj camtrunan it in future Wine Scandal Debate After Four \ ears PART! today began de* %  %  mission on the !• dal" in watd %  Mid to have be* April. Ifn 1 Felix GOUI %  %  \\ esfl liiflian^ \l Bunche's Reception 1 From i> in Lon%  I %  lion will I Bunche 1* e ap actad CHINESE PEASANTS EAT OWN DEAD (Prom WILLIAM I'XKROT) -. HONG KON< toat U "'" ; '' { mu t n rorn Pi'i % %  %  I I %  I .mmunisl regime return fn „ Kitmlnr rrtucrr-iroin K^iialaaapmiawaa4 0aalralCUaa hrlnr lth Ihem *P"* lln /|* r : £ „i laartfaH* ^..d haw and al paaflaada, whe aflM asdalkai at, pan kavM d aku %  '. *•* Mtaai Ihelr awa |)|iosilioii did mil Iik*' 1 llssioll nil pi'lrnl and coul. : 1 lliillrn)>cd a division on thi' the Holisr. I ili-('.onimiiii'..> h.ivn tai %  %  I ktd thm thea iiii amoui from the \ ; uH%t Praflta %  %  1 %  ..... .lfepitlK:M> rti :.i fiirhi 1*1 reari nnd j pmiiimm*. aatd Mr IIMP Bivk %  %  about 20 par in repb to the Chal J. Mill rd Tucker, h in*' Bri The 1 I prewant tin raw vould bo %  Mr. R. S rnaaahai ol UM BI %  %  %  %  •< D Mr. Ro#en lua^eated on the nt ".. %  sterlint! 1 The Chal your full 1,11.1. 1 —Reuter. Vrrtsl Stoker On Anon Charge HAMBURO. Maivh 20. %  harboui in which .. M 1 the arreated man. waa f>ui' i>itted of iiraon. Up, aground in the h*rMissiiifi Plant' Found BORDKAIW Search planea today wiackaaa rrashed into the sea with 12 men nboarri on Capo FenAic By. I^Nt night dies have bo • .. Captain aoiaaaiil Seauii plane observers said the wreckage was lying under water 120 feet deep The must** of the <-xplOMOn in mid I — Rrulrr —Renter. Evacuation hi 3 Minutes % %  hJ''' Sra -w. ar* -,, •aaa* S1.INNMMNI Hope roi K The An ericaa %  $120,000 for a %  cinema. 1 i.*ti DOLLY PUT TO DEATH rXORlU IXil 11 fter tut. was the ":50 ton Panamas vl ih peanut* last Ro — m put to death with —Reuter .anid to-ao> —Reuter Saturday Is Deadline For Jordan 1 %  %  %  %  ttartal ... ,, denieU those souiona attended bj rep : s. ntativei ol ttaj all —Keater. Van'sittart Advocatos Arni.sForSpain %  %  %  cat %  %  lermawy pi. man th if Ya %  %  %  1 n the face %  annot have 1 %  %  %  1 peak .. Ml mi UlC i %  H %  %  1 %  I. %  %  %  the Wi %  %  Raaaota) Wore Vlarshnll Fundfl For Gerraana %  1 Gi i come frai' Q %  %  1 1 %  %  eajaM LONDON. March 29. tlete.iicd in 1 h llmi ( aft mi .1 ItMuaaJhy. %  GovctMnont M|tl\ in ind it> make their dlsappn ^ I, motion lor (he ..u ionrnntent nf %  opposition ., in iiorltj oounting were known, mere ware <^*tgn. KfStgn" from the 1 and Tory Be Government, however. Is not (i M resign. *s thrkderad niardt] 1 Mai 1 Mr Vttlee orpectad b %  tonwrrawi Renter. 1 NAZI FILM "TITiMC" B I \ \ ED BONN %  I Na/i uitiUlltiM 'ropayandJ M6 1 ; % %  announced brteflj II %  • %  %  after t Thr batng %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  1 %  %  %  I %  fT it. onTei %  %  llfelx*' tut iep< %  there a life boats fi>r .ill the paaat i-uter. "I enjoy them best of all!' Strikers Attack Workers W ith Knives And Sticks In France 'Flving Saucer' In Rio RIO Di PARIS. March 28. %  1. .l.les loomlion against Raa* i i ord and Renault Motorcar Pac. ten *m*m*m *rn ,,nITU again it 200 DESERT PER MONTH ,...-,.,,: 3%  laatd bg —Renter Hatcau factories, near ieleaate* He tai" workers' [ T Purr* asv MI ity man•• %  uioue. South Wester: days after the rerk, gae and e*eeagain to obtain re .engagement i>( kera dlsmiMed I Though no ran duration -A ere aetoaU] tlon. union quai %  tented at the attitude t,: ,'igementv In a canal building yard near r F.aclern rTrniKr. last mgh'. M '.eked 20 workers %  Brawls occurred in n -teel farheeause Cominun>rt-led union I'posect tlte holding of a referendum to resume In a metallurgical pi... igord. Southwestern I •w the ballot boa int.. :hr nver. inother Seawch For Ntwh's Vrk • %  %  1 • %  l'r 8mJ imDai .*i ip %  fal i>i Ararat 1 which th. %  nbout he iiceeas this 1. . riraa rho had malated that he Eau the ark In 1040 —Renter W Germans WWconw Churchill Proposal BON' A we* 1 ipokesman -aid here today that West Germain ston CruintidK; proposal nceapted Oi an equal m* H i>ut con• rannot do so 'iinles* tpprova !!• %  ione which Chan1 \denaueimade I last UM %  Oarman ParUament might not '.-nil the Cot —Rents*. There II never be a batter cigarette du MAURIER THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIGARETTE MOI in inoisno 93 Cents (or 50




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$1, 81.000 Million Marshall |
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U.S. Farm Produecis

WASHINGTON March 2
pe UNITED STATES House of Resithintntives <, tod: ay
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NT DEFEATED

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LONDON, March 29.
HE GOVERNMENT was defeated in the House of Com-
mons tonight—but only on a formality.
The Opposition did not like a Government reply to a dis-
cussion on petrol and coal, and to make their disapproval,
challenged a division on the motion for the adjournment of
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of Marshall A WASHINGTON T was ried by 2 rotes
‘ id WASHINGTON, March 29 I was carried by 283 votes
funds for the pure hase of U a States farm products. | American officials to-day des- 3 e } to giving the opposition a
———_ ——~-} y a vote of 119 : ‘ribed as “entirely prem / . | majority of 26
119 to 107, the| ‘ Ire premature « is . «0.
House approved an anaediiaeet] M Winston Churchill's sugges ansl r | When the results of the count-
iorit Given of representative Omar Burleson | | tion that German soldiers be per- | | ing were known, there were:cries
1 (Democrat Texas) to the Foreign hh oe x6 serve with allied armies A dvoeates of “Resign, Resign” from ‘the
Aid Bill making it mandatory we | r, Churchill made the propos- 4 4 K | Liberal and Tory Benches. The
‘To H-Bomb oo rye hall Plan Administra-| te dan Seem the House of | Government, however, is not
tion to. spend ‘this, sammie: | ein eat of dlowtge ese | A OASE OFS POM | ssc ma ect
American farm produce | | eans of allowing astern is considered merely a technical
SOUTH HADLEY rhe vote was a count. and is any to contribute $0 the ie one,
Massachusetts, March 29 ubject to confirn aitoe 4. ae | } ce of Western Europe LONDON, March 29 Mr. Attlee is expected to make
The United States Atomic} call, when the final vote is t are | 4 Weil-informed American | Britain's Lord Vansittart, re- tatement tomorrow.—Reuter.
nergy Commission is re ter on the Adn inistraMatie. Ani | i : uid the United States _ | nown for his anti-German |
arranging its entire programme | Bill. a ard vo West Germany must make | i ag lag ee es “D are} Ts. one
first priority *o the devel- The Burleson amenan, | onsiderably more progress politi- | ticle he Conservative aily
to give p leson amendment was | i-cllv bef Mail” 3
i of a hydrogen bomb, Mr pposed by the Democratic lead... Hy before any thought iven | “eeu ©, arming of Spain rather NA,
eee T. Pike, Acting Chair-| ership in the Hov a * ad- | \ : German manpowe1 ). | than Western Germany
“A ntaw i |} ; ar a , was | ed defence plans : He IT am opposed t
inan of the Commission, clisclosec | heavily supported b kc j ‘ ¢ plan ‘ : py ( ’
. ri ae emia, SL ae tal | “om ‘ tictat yut the Franco-dicva ee ] 7 ; ee
here. ; : fart which received votes | lo do otherwise,” he said, it barbarot than Lf os
“We are doing some reshuffling| fro th Democratic and Re.| “would be to put the cart be a eee cerns mn
ff the project and the personne! | ; ‘Hore Chie aap R face the. harecs cart be- | stators! ips of the [ron Curtai B 7 yr
* mers ( ie . a : y a. al a. . if ugosiavia necessary to Z /
in the whole ior to t . i rt | t Jpposition to the amendment | hesepaenyn NOT lO PARK. Bends Major Roads seem to be favourite parking spots for the de iat ‘ the defence of vhe Eastern Medi Z ANNED
mme in order to bring the; was led by Representative Johr Motorist. Pictures like thi e taken daily by our roving cameraman. It hoped that 1) tL those advanced | terranear Spair qually esser
Miutmost weight to bear on the| Kee Democrat (West Virginia), | in future they will be ha ome by ; ? : a ptt chill have been heard | ¢j il to the defen OF ‘th We rn | BONN §
Specific weapons _development| Chairman of the House Foreign | he ne pore, but officials said that at | wedite a ee Oe SEN: YE RENOEee rhe Allie ' NN, March 29
work which the President has} Affairs Committee, who said it | Te | ard oint they were receiving al t Po ai te had Listantet sd tae aoe tr ( 4 yen
al . ciabatta : v. - At ~ { solute! no vo ratio + oO many it would be distasteful nl yannec the az. inti-
sae, rected us $0, pursue”’,| would not hamper Marshall Plat W ine Se -andal | BRITT, ] ’ par ly o cmnicoortte n h€ito bring Spain invo the defence British film “Titanie”. made
Pike told a college audience | operavions, and added that it wa . Temes ates Government Pas . , 1 : eS a
: and ad that as | 4 of Western Europe, but it is hard | 1943 by Nazi Propaganda Minist
One purpose of this work, he! unnecessary the Marshall Pla be 4 ~Reuter. |; s ¢ ; s ta a agli :
; ; ar io Th, : al an oT r rho to deny the very nose on the fa Dr. Jos Goebbels.
said, was to speed up the de vel | administration was already bud-| e ya eC ; ter | L 7 AXE S ‘isi f geography, and we cannot have of After the British authorities had
opment of an atomic engine fo: | eted for over $1,500,000,000 worth m ™ 4 { » n inte ted defence of Western] announced briefly that it would
naval vessels | of. United States farm upplies F y. ati-C o Europ: Ye ein be allow inte ¢ 36)
— at | a, 7 * . ‘ : omn i ope e omit large pary' ¢ not be allowed to the zone
Under the President’; pro-| oe bloe Congressmen led by out Cal Ss LONDON, March 29 } 7 runist Wester rope American officials announced that
2 iec _ ' , 2cantati » , netted. RB
eee — eee ae ia tive Burleson urged the British business firms operating in Brazil were placed | Fight In Far Lor nsittart ormer Chief} the film, at present running in the
eve gher emphasis approve ; a sroposal tr 7 . 4 vey . yd n on f . j . }
eae did aA meaciti alk cia ee ‘ "8 a tre PARIS. March 99 na more difficult position than their American competitors | - aie Adviser to the Gov atten as -
specifically ! rese! S 3 Tha Wea ore : | ; siti a ni tte . , -_ nme eaking in the House} after iday
ion the hydrogen bomb but his| mandatory on the Marshall Plan|,.22° French National A } as a result of existing British taxation laws, Mr. T. P.) hasi Likely of Lore " vel sid All me og , :
- 7 day ar . tir ; } RQ . ; Pee : ‘ . ‘ . May, £ I Y ilit
reference to the “specific weapons, administration to buy American | i. a , egan det ating the togers, of the Brazilian Chamber of Commerce, stated ti ° I have never seen any nation pre-| The Americ tatement ex-
| gs Oo the ar] sed ody } ‘ an ‘ 1}
development work, which the| farm products, needed by Europe.|,,;. + : ier ntar 1a) WASHINGTON, Mar 9 pa war quite so overtly as} Plaine I tion being
. ‘ om ” . d . i o n on t ¢ ) ) = i ” ~~ - ‘ ' . z - . . ,
President has revently directed} They mantained th without] gal” in w hi 2 7 | He was giving evidence before the Committee on Tax- “te alt the expansion of |the S Unior He urged re ker e United States zone |
2 sated the | the 2mnde vould he wo. ke aI whic! ousar ) . c nr +} , io lite wo, : t entat fo t , ¢
us : - a peed tee he ad amen gg It would be pos-| titres of nortt African ation of trading profits, which was appointed by the British 5 ' 1e Far East were ecauvion gai Com, | the entation a tripartit
rdroger 1" le for the money to be ant orth i : “ Se, Cente : eli © have b ‘ Ss i tior to publ re | ‘
nthe Bitatant announ a ey { m foc " nani i { € pent! said to have been divertec Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sir Stafford Cripps, to inquire | \) A ts ; han beer a r ws e ation » pul er- | decisi ‘
s i ced se ( o0¢ les in other areas 1 ; ! ecretal of tate Dea \ r pertant hes | { e vers j
ee the Tn rhe pie ary ck rket ( nto the method of computing the net trading profits for} Ach Stat F
@al weeks ago that he 1a | rey ontende aad | I g Poy \cl leading S De i u ( ne |
onered the Commission to go to} amendment would not rm. the a , j me tax purposes, partn xperts on the Ex tiv ietail ist} prev 1 f ]
work on the bomb. ; Marshall Plan programme oy ‘ } +, Mr. Rogers declared th hile | met Senate Foreign i It rove fices, | mo i srit
é = xami ir NEY ) ry) « T
’ —Reuter | Reuter. i948, « « 1 W ill G gt i voos ciouibelait ! we sor {t . ren " oa ¢ . 7 | | | |
; \ ) concession Ve pool aa pat cted ) ‘ }
; } ” ; & the 1 I sermany Y |pritish who try to obtain profits r Ce ‘ ‘ od I H {ter careful
e | ° Gouil .
sta 7OUll ( € and build up our business abroad { ap I ter State nlane venue era vartit i
Siam Pays Tribute Communists Hold President ol ne lt Joi un C il are penile »y having to nay anti -¢ nist pol . ; s ' = 4 =n Admiralt. oe ‘ t . furthe
T ° | Y tl C te Assembly, tk i ouncl tax on profits we cannot get o t eli vi \} . ( nat a ark } pr version hould mn
28 ‘oOnnect + re , - . '
0 Late King outh Congress onnection with the affai f 2 @ | %#,the country. Dt Sc © War Office “probably mere”. [pert
f ommuni 3 \ | e added that they und ittart urged h« Ch British tateme d
Be CnOR, Siam, March 29 In Italy jat the Assemb ked De urope? | difficult to pay tax on the revenu USs¢ Govas i ies ee {was understood the French z
ousands of Siamese paid | \ to ce a decisior tti an amouni which was often mort Dr. Philip Jessup, Unite tl fficial Soviet N : s also b g the film
as é " ! * . } u ; he oticia iet Yew Avenc a arring ne aim j
Weir final respects to the remains ITALY, March 29. former Socialist Minist LONDON, March 29. than they received ir erling | Ambassador at large, M n |} Te London and or Sor Ihe veme of the film |
@the late King Ananda Mahido Spanish, French and Austrian| Moch, Felix Gouin ar itish Foreign Secretary Ern-{from the profits abroad Butterwortt forme Assistant | radio itor reports ued | inking of the Cunard White St
@#@ a colourful cremation cere 1C ymmunist delegates to-day ai-| Pinar Rinneay to tri efore Bevin lef’ London on the Against Profits pecretary of State for Far Eastern | the R Embassy | Jiner “Titanic” after colliding wi
sp mony here today }tended the opening of the Italian] h court for thei ‘ Golden Arrow” boat train to- Mr. Rogers declared that firms Affairs now ul Assisvant (Reuters) | an iceberg, south of New Foun
mananda, eighth king of the}/COmmunist Youth Congress in|!" the “wine scandal ( n the first stage of his jour-| were charged tax by the Brazilian | Secretary dealing ith Japanese ‘land in 1912
: : : 8 ; \ :
fent dynasty, was found dead} beghorn. | —Reuter y to Strasbourg, where he/Government at-eight per cent and | Problems, and. Mr, Dean — Rusk hes :
the Royal Palace in Bangko Among top Italian Comm | _ vill attend a meeting of \né}the companies could only get out | former Deputy Under-Secretary | More Marshall The President of the shippii
i - eee rs, Mound in his! Bei Tome ona ‘civ, Cl s Gi mmittee of Ministers of the}about 20 per cent on the profits| who thi veek was placed ' line is: shown ee
d in 1946. The trial of three| Palmiro Togliatti and Giuseppe di na es neil of Europe a year to convert into sterling ‘harge he State Department's ‘ a? ' jtain of the “Titanic” to i
pmyal Palace attendants accused| Vittorio, Secretary of the powerful aiVe! He wi accompanied by his In reply to the Chairman, Mr, | Far Eastern Affairs Division, took I: unds ] or Germans dangers from icebergs so a
@regicide has , j 5,000,000 str , Ttalian Labor ‘ * . . doctor, Sir Alexander McColl,| J. Millard Tucker, he agreed that} part In the conversations, win the Blue Ribbon of
tf e has not yet been con- 9 , strong allan 4a ul TC “ ‘ ’ 7 TTT : . st jis f :
’ the. , Federation. One of the first actions | Russia Oil Rights who Emin by Sr the Brazilian tax was set against Dr pene ind Mr. Butterwortb a a gy etna 29 eon eka eee ]
oday the reigning monarch,| ! the Congress is to send a com-! : m secretary spoke in the House of] profits ecently returned from extensive 7” — Marshall Lid] “Victoria not so much for
P Xing Bhymadoe, Sian my cael plain’ to Prime Minister Alc ido | ‘or ! Lane. peels ae _ | Commons las’ night. The Chairman asked Do you| tours of the Far East. Their pre ! West Germany 1 ho 1our as for the money that cc
FP ieket and white helmet lighted} @¢ Gasperi that delegates from Bia oe ep, Seer ae ponen Some Ministers were reported} want; the revenue to be paid in| sence at the meeting indicated that |e" ine ny he o-day | be made off it
| pafuneral pyre. , i | hind the Iron Curtain had not ids See OU BG DOUAESrrOUs Tae have tried to persuade him to!the currency of that countr considerat ttention would be |that the o pe nother
Earlier he had arched |granted entry visas.—Reuter | Broapects oO a evelopment | abandon hi peech in the for- “No”, Mr. Rogers replied It! given t to halt Communist | #3 00,000,000 Deutche arks I “he President and his frien
. ‘al Srocessi r "oft oa the sneer | ee a od '-leign affairs debate last night, but{may make the Brazilian Govern-| expansi uch countrie Marshg Plar ounverpart funds] on board are also shown as offer
sssion oO wo 10Ou- } ince of Sinkian Vioscow |} insisted o7 5 > > sree * B Y I Cc} Indonesia. |! \ ent purpo b. June ing money bribes t th iD
sand thin’ | i | r 7 : ri isted on carrying on ment greedy ; i a. |! gon } ibes oO < hiy
cant P te ey d mae W est Indians At ported to-day Bevin has pent two recent Mr. R.S. Nosworthy, ais —Reuter. 0 | officers to get them seats on the
all foreign ees wt stock compani ne} week-ends in hospital in London| member of the Brazilian Chambe Addressing the Chambet {| lifeboats when the “Titanic”
| ions to Thailand i 1 1 el I Ff i ¢ t ayy !
| r Ou Ours v val, aPe | resting d receiving treatment] 0 Sommerce, stated that ich Comme ne ndustry ere he} sinking
oo Buddhist rites tomorrow ml | Bune the’s Rece ption | et up within the province, ] for heart complaint method of payment would be ai ’ ane vever, that the major! The hero of the film is al
— will be enshrined in (vene Ouuen ‘ here it is rumoured uranium has The Italian Foreign Minister,|improvement on the present Saturday Is | part estment fund must) British. He is the first offieer she
and placed beside the | ; ON De : , | been und Count Carlo Sforza, today lef¢{tem - come f German source as repeatedly warning both tl
‘§ ums containing the ashe } aiS74N ON, avec oF The oil company ll prospect, | p ' f ve 2 ‘ Mr. R . egested that ° War reminde } , anal inal .
. a lic will bh 10 y tralr or $ é f . & 5 a ‘ ! I Ss ' ta thi
B Previous mor } ee Many West Indians will be in cael :Yeaine cca ake Rome by train for Strasbourg to r ogers suggested it eadtine ar reminded his listene President and the Captain th
nharchs of Siam present at the reception in Lon- uild well anc re fine wi hin the} yepresent Ttaly it the Foreign}on the revenue should be paid o1 tha ¢ conomic Cooperation |the engines were being ove
—Reuter | Go n this Friday for Doctor| Provine' a ee ees ill} Ministers’ Bure pean Council Com- | the basis of the profits which had Fi d oe an ie ready ap-|strained and that in disast
| Bunche forme: United Natta) ie ent Fi A. Ayes .., | mittee, meeting there on April 1 been actually transferred into the or Jordan proved the release of 1,036,000,000| there would not be enough life
FATTEST 1) Mediator for Palestine The outpu t S aaataant 7s b The Italian Minister of De- wend bank. i ‘AIRO. M Deutse vh t December. ‘boats for all the passengers
| g , 5 according to the agreement ¢ “| fence, Randolfo Pacciardi, heading he Chairman commented: “li CAIRO, March 29 —Reuter a .
MAN DIES a va ae by the lishing the companie¢ to be jual oe eee , x cI rs eee iE hae aeculd never pap Cie. Aires Seeeeie: -senmebed Reuter.
coloured People r - ‘etda e tu nd . _ : " ane ‘ p liar ‘ ] < _
PALEMERO, Sicily, March 29.| dos with the ~ We ee | Iso left Rome today by air forjyour full taxes, if the Brazilian} today ga SOR, US | 2
Sicilian shoemake; Rosario] St 7 U China. . Holland to attend vhe third session | Law remained it stood ne end official deles j e o
) sario| Students nion. | Managerial position e to ro-| ’ : = : —Reuter. ( meetir he ‘ 6
, ne known as “the fattest Bunche is expecied in thiS|;sto between nomine¢ he two | of, the Atlantic Pact Defence Com- : sie = & re 7
pan in Europe” died here at t ser iii faa mansee ney a tin Feb tet en
oe n ‘country trom Geneva either to * > nts ‘ : er ihieneeeeemmaeed t
80.47, He weighed 463 lbs. e| an y ro = 1 eit ° | Governme nt Lies atid Chair-| ,Germany’s entry into the Coun- “cae . ague decision on future action
—Reuter |" men —(By Cabl Whe? Chinese will be General| ‘il of Europe will be vhe main! Migging Plane Found | proofs oe” eatin
man, a Chin a ubject of discussion at the meet- . | hrowr nto confusion earlier 99
anage 1d vic ersa : , . : one ; nce vhe ing
i i. | Managet — Reuter. ing of the Council’s Ministerial BORDEAUX, March 29 today when Jordan, having fir a; Cs
CHI YY ov av, J li ate a Committee in Strasbourg tomor- Search planes today spotted the} Genmead was boycotting § th¢ 7 O a
| A row, a French Foreign Office’ wreckage of the flying boat which | league, decided to boycott onl ®
| 4 : re 99 i tod crashed into th ith 12 n| those sessions attended by 1
. N] os ay pokesman said today rrashed into e sea with 12 men ions ¢ > ep- |
EA _ / Secret Kille I The Council will discuss tha| aboard off Cape Ferret on the| rest ntatives of the ‘all Palesti ;
| ; if > procedure io be adopted to facili- | Are Bay, last night | Government n Gaza ** Everything’s been
Dev ces @ on page 3 } Three bodies have been washed} Reuter, |
, ashore. | perfect today! Even the
. (From WILLIAM PARROT) LONDON, March 29 vette | One only has been identified ‘ oan ai
1 1g 1 —n re ’ ~ : Sete c P y Q
| Th ; HONG KONG, Mar« h 29. Secret new anti-submarine A aia st St k O | Captain Boissard, the Pilot | A il ‘ S ‘ a | cigarettes have been an ;
: Ousands of people are fleeing to Hong Kong from |«ijler” devices will be used by rrest stoker n Search plane observers said the | Another Searen vdventure in luxury.’
| taxation, Compulsory loans and unemployment in Com-/the Royal Navy and Royal Ain A : wreckage was lying under water | y
| fhunist China , Force in a combined sea and air Arson Charge 120 feet deep | For Noah’ Ss Ark :
- ’ ‘ keepers and jexercise off the south LAN . ‘ The causes of the flying boats’ | “Oh, 1 knew you'd j
¢) Many are shopkeepers and | exer his. weel HAMBURG, March 29 explosion in midair on its final) @pp S30ROUGH 9.1»
ll N merchants forced - of ae ot Geving MS aaa a a al Police today arrested a state- | test flight before delivery to a] 7 yr . . . a se 4 Ml ayer eo the du Maurier;
lb - |in Canton and other citre ry ee aes ; \rab stoker after the biggest | passenger line are not known. j,,— RBONEL, SUSSEIVE a i
° ephew lc t t x, |phase of the Spring Cruise and : 7; , ; }the Greensborough People Bible| ‘hey are made for
( 1 ist economic measures, | pha gare ost war s a : . Reuter & i ible} é
\ aeons fn eB tega re | bombing exercise vivh the Medi- ; aoe t . oF in eens Reuter } School, announced that ‘ Willd teewt wash sentintion
or 4 uiliano liost their jobs and prefer to take |terranean Fleet, the Home Fiecet Guia ship's dine’ "thei: Head another « xpedition to Mount " ; .
| . } y Kor rat ) s way to attack unnamed tal : . é ‘ 4 ’ Ararat Turkey, th ring to| people as you,”
their chance in Hong Kong rather | on its w on ofl Police said the arres 'po \ NI : pring ‘
PALER: than face the Communist altern- | gets in outhwest Engiana ¢| Hassar Ai of Pa agg eel LLY PUT TO DEATH earch for Noah’s Ark.’
MO, s arch 28 ahtise nte s the army or be-| Iv is the culm ng point ¢ anh ak Pini y , rer Dr. Smith made a similar ‘rip]
aiislian Rehait si March 29. ae, oe 2 fay Bee fell lthe home fleet's manoeu ce pected of arson FLORIDA, March 29 last year, but approaching snov a
ho has ca . vatore Guili- | ing ¢ rere ; s sari gne arrivals leaving home waters in y The ship, aground in the har- | Dolly, the circus elephant who |falls and lack of water forced his |
on Tegions sox a a et ng gan #, of students who, | —Reuter, {Our yesterday after burning | trampled to deavh a five year old | party to retire from Mount Ararat |
| B sever years 2 “ < a meio . h ve been strong sup- raty 7 — ot 50 ton Panamanian ' boy who fed her with peanuts last] before the reached the point ty
1B Proud owner was to-day 1€ ow, have se Salida 6 eamer La Rosa. Y, was put to death with| which they had ; A
: of a heavywei ht | porters of the Communist regim . ' al 7 : which 1ey lad aimec
: ape Pound baby nephew ’ |'There are also farmers whost $l, O00, QUO Hope | pom to-day .—-Reuter He said he felt more optimistic “You know, Ive never tasved any
: child y ead * sded their estimated | about_his chances of success this "
to G was born yesterday | taxes exceedec 1 NEW YORK, March 29 | : .
W s “tie ti be se - -jgarette . s a ’
apo 8 sister, Giuseppina | return from crops. K ngt- The American cinema e-| . _ bec ause _triends of his in cigarette so cool and smooth,
Ben, to 10 Was brought to Pal- Famine refugees from eins tian Bob Hope expect be | ri ers Cc or ers | Saree were “on the trail” of a
' t ae s entra i dian ) tpe } Turkish mounvai - “ay * : . .
ftom the 1 Caesarian operation sung provine® an tor-| worth more th $1,000,000 *a) Te : a ieee wap bed in © Yes, but it's the rich satisfying
Where sh, € prison island of Ustica, bring with them appalling sto on, accor’ Variety”, | W th -° . sisted that he saw the ark in 1948 LIENS
é soon, ac to Va ~ a . . a oe
ing ~. Was confined for help-| ies of hardship mg teog — a entertainment. tra nal| itn nives ICKS jand then it had disappeared flavour of really choice Virginia |
andit brothe of peasants, who after exis a ays te —Reuter, | -
5 which sorted to 1t Bob| that appeals to me
a ; es and clay are| which report Re :
Reuter. {| on -_ ye aan dead. Hope will sign a long-t ‘ | In Fra ce |
ia | now eating a ein lara for. U0 mount Vv e} ne |
} All recent reports show thé oot eee» BR cast oC pany > . 58 WwW G Wel Ye
E . Leal per of the southern Chinese is National Broadca i f : PARIS. March 29, | tricity workers decided to strike . Germans come | -+. cool, smooth compan-
emper ¢ “lls > Hope ecently rew Fresh industrial troubles loom- | again to obtain re« ont of i ipf
vacu l ph aesdl ing against condition Be . et \ § ‘ y _ re-engagement © * ionship for your journey. By
ation n eee tol mwed the wake of the | $120,000 for pers uy up in France to-day as the|two workers dismissed for sabo-~ Churchill Proposal eer. J oy
3 Mi | which follow ;beration” particu- | appearanc: I n broadwey!managements took action against | tage. the way, the du Maurier
Minutes c ee hla * taxation, heavy food | cinema returning strikers, hough no new strikes of long BONN, March 29. filter tip is considered
Jlarly high taxi the resultant Reuter Ford and Renault Motorcar Fac- | duration were actually in opera-| 4 west German Government ie
SS Police ROME, March 29 a que a ‘ory workers threatened to strike | tion, union quarters were discon- ten Ga said here today wa the greatest discovery
wi _, Shock squads’ armed | '°° ’ —-Reuter. ° jagain if dismissed leaders of the | tented at the attitude of the Man- | W@st Germany welcomed Win-} in smoking enjoyment
ol revolver d tommy gun . 200 DESERT PER MONTH recent 3-week old strike were not | agements. ston Churchill's proposal yester- | . j
is ’ dered we rkers barricadec s Ms ‘ eee. “8 eed i? a canal building yard near en ee, showid be} 3 made in the past fifty
mical factory at Col- e é LONDON At the Christian Union Head-|Montelimar, Eastern France, last | 2°°eptea as an equal member of| years.”’ . :
| meg, Ott of Rome, to leave] a lvin Saucer A ( juarters 0 members were re-| night 30 strikers stteniees 29 | the Councii of Europe. | ; i
“ately or fabe atta ° 7 from the Br rf | ported to have been dismissed by | workers with knives, sticks and The Government is “anxious There’l! b
@ Within y . nth, Defer peyen an= ) their employers | spades. to join the Council” but con- never be a j
my was . n 10 uel Shinwell t P _In the Rateau factories, near} Six of the attackers were ar- | Sidered it cannot do so “unless better cigarette .
pre te } ‘ , y Paris, three union delegates | rested hy gendarmes. | the allies are able to approve the} i
eal 2 5F JANEIRO, Mat ; He ¥ Communist, Socialist and Chris-| Brawls occurred in a steel fac- | three suggestions which Chan-| i
. inageme vile RIO DE JANEIN Ri eserte : mes | tliat e dismissed and then re-| tory at Montlucon, Central France cellor Dr Adenauer made j
- Crow oa : te pt fr he A bt ne | engage ollowing the workers } betause Communist-led union #through the High Commissior u
today to wilnt ‘ 5 Fr ¢ t oj al leaders opposed the holding of a} last week
) ‘ : ‘ d electricity man- réletenddi to resume work t Otherwise it was, teared the, J
_cleetric a @ fesume work. | Other yas, toes HE EXCLUSIVE. FILTER TIP CIGARETTE
4 im a â„¢ rgical pial rer- ) ar xpiained tr '
: ¥- a ew gord, Southwestern France German Parliament igi MADE IN ENGLAND 93 cenfs for 50
€ . L Ase south Western | Communi rke w the } supp Govert ent
Le fter the re-'! jot h ; zs z ' x R , tA ‘
leh. te he ré-* lot box in ver. Yards the Council
Reuter rh and elec- —Reuter | Re
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Carib

ee ye ey ee ny yo eee er ee ere a

Calling





MEMBERS of the Spartan Club entertained Mr

F. A. C. Clairmonte,

President of the Club, and Mr. Clyde Walcott, a member of the Club,
yesterday afternoon to Cocktails. ;
Mr. Clairmonte. who is a West Indies Selector, wil] be accom-

pafying the team on their 1950 tc
Clyde Walcott is a member of the

HE ‘Duke ‘and Duchess of

Windsor, whom it is strongly
rumoured will soon be going to
England “to settle down. °
Engiand to settle down. The
Duke, former Governor of the
Bahamas, recently visited Mexico
wich the Duchess.

Sold Their House

IGRANTS. to Jamaica are

Lieutenant - General Cyril
Durnford and his wife. They
have sold their house at Avening,
in Gloucestershire. General Durn-
ford, who is 58, was in the Indian

Army. His wife is daughter of
Mr. H. M. Brandon of Kingston,

were married in
Durnford retired

Jamaica. They
1947, General
the same year.

“Keen on Fishing
RK, WALTER E. DAVISON of
Téronto, Canada who first
came ~out to Barbados a iittle

over a-month ago, paid a Visit to
Grenada _ after spending two
weeks at the Crane House Club
He returned to te isiand last
weck.. t0 complete his three
miyiiths’ Doliday and is staying at
the» Ocean View Hotel.
Presment of the Radio Valve
Co. o| Canada, Wil. Vavison ola
Carib yesterday that he is very
Kev on fishing and is enjoying
tus helday immensely.
sn iime for caster Hols.
ata bGGLnor imu wil
molt be taking part in ine
acp@at periormauce ¢i Madame
er.vuMmevas Vance HKecital as sne
Will be leaving on Friday morn-

Gouiliw lor i and
and litlie sister

{ne
mower

lig Dy
Wilton ner
seuki.

auey Will be in
about six months,
L. A.-kggiesfield hopes to join
inem On tong leave after he
tends the I1.C.A.O. Conference at
Havana; which commences
April and will probably last
weeks.

Mrs. .Egglesfield
in Englana in time
of the Easter holidays
fifteen-year-old son
Cranleigh School.

Returning to Barbados

ARIB yesterday that

Mr. Atkinson, popu
lar West Indian cric} r al
son of Mr. and Mrs, W. E. Atkir
son of L’Esterre, Maxwells
be returning to Barbados shortly
to join the staff of the Bart
Mutual Life Assurance



England fox
Wing Comdr

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in
four

expects to be
to spend most
with their
who is at

learned
Denis







Wanderers Cricket Club will
welcome his returr h ope
arms as he, no doubt, will rejoin
their ranks at the opening of the
1950 cricket season. Water Polo
fans will also be glad to hear of
] return, aS he has beer towe



strength in Water Pc
Trinidad

matter



BY THE WAY

EARING an all-beade














Venetian ports-ensemble
with lantern-grey orgs i blouse
crisped with needle ted felt
and a yellow frog n neck
pocket shot with buffled ’
tung and trailing serge whis}
the skinny mannequin
like a half-dead reptile across
the dais

The young Comte Fichemoy
Lapaix turned to his companion
lovely Emerald Wy Steph-
ens. “That is the he whis
pered. At that moment five shots
rang out. Five tim the manne-
quin ducked—then a sixth. N«
shot. Angry voices mingled with
the screams of women. The
proprietor Boris Badenov, called
for order. “Lock all the doors.”
cried a tall man with a broken
nose “Guard the windows,”
shouted an old lady whose dog
had bitten her hand. Only one
person remained calm. Fichemoy-



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Spent One Month
M* and Mrs William
McCullough, Jnr. of Pit
Pennsylvania, left k
B. W. LA. yesterday morning fo!
frimuad where they will take
e SS. “Brazil” for the U.S.A.
after spending a month’s holiday
here. They were staying at the;
Worthing Guest House.
Mr. McCullough told Carib thé it|
it was
island,

their second visit to the

having been here last year
about the same time. They had
enjoyed their stay just as
as on the first occasion and re-
gretted having to leave so soon.
They expect to be back next
March,

Wonderful! Climate

R. and Mrs. CHARLES

GUNDY, after three weeks
in “this wonderful climate,” re-
turned recently to Toronto. This
is their second visit to Barbados
and vhney spent it at Sam Lords.

First Visit Here
R. and Mrs. S. K. Khan-
Kernahan of Port-of-Spain
Trinidad, arrived in Barbados re-



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HERE was a Cocktail Party cently by B.W.I.A. on their first}
last night at the Spay tan holiday visit to the island andj
Club House in Queen’s Park in are staying at Super Mare Guest
honour of Mr. Clyde Welc*t House. :
Caprain of the Spartan Cricket A proprietor and_ assistant
Club and Star Bat of the W st accountant of Mason’s Ltd., of
Indies team to England. Port-of-Spain, Mr. Khan-Kerna-
Tnis was followed by a dance han said that he believed, the
at the Queen’s Park House in island could do with quite a few
honour of Mr. Everton Weekes, Small industries, rather than have
the famous International Crick- to depend on sugar, their main
eter. This dance was given by industry. Pa:
the members of the Empire His wife and he had paid visits
Cricket Club of which Everton - 1 Atnd a ng acts pots an ée 99
is a member, he island like Sam Lord's Castle,
These two boys will be leaving Bathsheba, the Crane and St Strelts And Straws
with the other members of the Philip’s Light House and they|
West. Indies team tomorrow. hoped to visit others before re- e
: turning home. For S ring
Charter Flights °
eee ve Be aaa New Appointment
ERE will be two Charter ‘ ° a a
Flights trom Venezuela to "P#E Rev. R. McCullough, who} By Joan Erskine
Barbados one on the 5th and the has been in Trinidad tor |
ner on Wie ie April,” hy Be ee is ines cm cl WHY is it that few hat manufacturers seem to cater
setae Gaon “eaten ia Ven new fa Bae at the James| for the young, attractive girl with a larger-than- -~average
ezuelan Airline, which is affiliated Street Methodist Church. He was| head ? All too ‘often larger sized hats are designed in plain,
to Pan American Airways. accompanied by his wife and the| | matronly styles, quite unsuitable for a youthful face
These DC 4 passenger aircraft Rev. Ernest Griffin was at Sea-| : ; : f ; ‘ : c
will be bringing Venezuelan Tour- Well to meet them. I ee a ae of a — - _. o~ ne as
se Seite ter AA the 4 j Wholesale hat fir who have ment. The felt part can be made
ales cehicete fs ar cane Geologist On Holiday realised this need for larger hats. in any colour; the straw part in
tional flights may be arranged M* ana Mrs. James Milne The exquisite and improbable five colours.
It is also understood that this originally of Toronto, Can- | ats created by the Eriks and the
Company is negotiating to run a ada, but now residing in Vene-|Thaarups of London can only be For those in tropical countries,
regular scheduled service between zuela, arrived here recently by|admired by the majority of women. there were large picture felts
Barbados and Venezuela, and as B.W.I.A. for a holiday and are| They are far above their which gave adequate shade to the
soon as this permission is obtain- staying at the Ocean View Hotel.| price limit. Walmer Hats Limiteu back of the neck.
ed they will do s« A geologist employed with the | had one of the widest ranges I
Creole Petroleum Company in|/have yet seen. The majority of New ;
‘“‘Colfito”’ Delayed Caracas, Mr. Milne is also a keen | theix models sell between £2 10s. eee
HE Golfite which was ex- golf player and a member of Tri|and £5 each, which, at present-day Most of the beautiful straw used
SS pected to arrive here this Country Club in La Salina, Ven-| prices, is considered reasonable. for the new hats comes from
morning, will not be arriving ezuela. His wife and he gh Switzerland. Although hardly
until 7 o’clock tomorrow morn- enjoyed many games of golf at) They are mainly concerned with distinguishable from the _ real
ing. Passengers will be leaving the Rockley Golf and Country | fittings, 658” to 734”. Some models thing, it is in fact a synthetic
the Baggage Warehouse at 9 a.1 Club since their arrival jare made in as many as six fit- product. The most attractive type
ibe be ep sail as soon Expected Shortly | tings. They have some fifty 15 the plaited variety, which ]
ible afte la — erie eta sb diigoe hades, and every hat is made in saw used for a boater sitting well
On H HREE memb rs oh Me stat every colour. Grey is still as back on the head. There is
n oneymoon of _the University College} popular as ever, whether it is nothing appealing about aa stiff
M* and Mrs. Domingo Sant- Of the West Indies are Sappected. | the flannel or the clear grey boater sitting straight on top of
a elle of Caracas, Venezuela, t© arrive in Barbados on April 15] tone ~ your head, much as Paris may
arrived here recently by B.W.I.A ic oe lectures on various sub- try to persuade: you to the con-
ral rt ean Vi hogs Bey ar They are Mr. P. M. Sherlock, | Popular ee _ I saw was in cone
peste ‘En » Prin, Mice Principal of the University ss : : ee ee eens dark outside,
hae to leave shortly for Trin- Callens: “Deotensee’ @ ik. Deriy Second in popularity to the with a lighter straw for the in-
7 Mi Santelle is a Lieutenant in &%d Dr, Bowen, Lecturer Ot Sontes I Ne thie ee caren ane oer rie ee ee
th e pane uelan Army, an am ek ar a expect: tO. Temeain) ary the newest colour last Two hats followed the popular
yo t a ner ~_ a ne wn ‘ Ati) We eri mates. rT) testis. ark w t lemo a partic- “little boy” trend. One was an
I Marcano of Caraca the University College at the} @ me ‘= Urchin only suitable for a
Y.M.C.A, on Monday, April 17 A ce pl really short hair-cut, and _ the
i ‘ Professor C. H. Parry will lec-| fats omen ar at other was “Corvette,” rather like
Like A Dream ture on the Spanish Empire and| their choice of colours. They a man’s cap pulled down to one
RS. JANE SHIVERICK. ang Latin America at the British} garland a ha. with fantastic side
" Alia ‘Builth vehe ake ( ouncil Headquarters, Wakefield} flour sprays, or wear an impossi le
fi oO} j Caikiue dink | on Tuesday, April 18, and it is sha but they the basic I was chiefly interested to note
tonight the ‘back in: Wi hoped that Dr. Bowen will speak | col to be a ne that there is no clear and decisive
York. Their stay in Bar- (©, 8" audience of Barbadian you know what a “Strelt” line for the new season. The
ee has «wone so° oulekly, and eo eet eee is The latest combination for majority of hats are small, but
{ \ ked away so rapidly Intransit spring headwear is straw and they vary from the cloche type
he United State ill make M* A. M.’ GRIFFITH, Char-| felt, and an enterprising member to the beret, from bonnets sit-
holid eem like a dream, tered Accountant of Eng- | of millinery trade coined this ting forward on the head to hel-
rapid is air travel in’ these land, was an arrival recently by| new word for it. Illustrated is met shapes with a sweep down
1 da Their other friends B.W.I1.A. from Jamaica intransit] one in smooth beige straw with one side. If none of these is t
I Rueben Hitchcock of Cleve for Dominica where he is going
nd, Ohio, who has been stay- to look after the financial side of} WU
th the Sam Lords is the projects of the Colonial De-| jit
to leave day, velopment Corporation He is
be retu Wash- staying at the Ocean View Hotel CRYPTOQUOTE—Here’s how to work tt:
House. AXYDLBAAXR
is LONGFELLOW
. ; One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is 1
By BEACHCOMBER ; for the three L's, X for the two O's, ete. Sing 1 5 ay
‘ trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hi
Lay ted a cigar from a the Mendips, will come down in Each day the code letters are different
rei case and tapped it the sea, ‘What we seem to need,” |
on of h hand. A said Ranger bitterly, “is a wind A Cryptogram Quotation
al ile } ered round his blowing _ steadily up from the 5 . . ow > 1
e lit earth.” Strabismus Seaiindl rue- Rew E UTX a LPF OJNFL JB SJZI
i ak fully, scratched his little hat, and NRE: Be Ba TFS : TN iT?
They Are On Their u ay threw out some more hay ee = ra
S the rocket passed over , 7 tence is the secret of success,” Cryptoquote: EVERY MAN BEING VERY |
A” t ; ; he said, as he estimated their dis- M1NDED AND CARELESS OF THE FUTURE—TACITUS
: ether [waddle at an esti- tance from the moon
mated height of 3,600 feet, the . —.
align bu wee his ore Organised Day Dreaming i oar c aa ze eta
ve Ww id then he consulted ) 4 / d
a tiny sphagnometer and jotted YING on the grass and look-] (} REPEAT PERFORMANCE
iown a figure By his side Px 4 ng at trees and birds and])
fessor Ranger watched the pump. clouds has, up to now, been left to { FMPIRE THEATRE
and occasionally took a reading private enterprise. But I see that { By
from the paddle pressure-gauge. an American university is to in-, By Request
Every time the rocket lost height, clude in its curriculum a course || ANNA BROMOVA’S SCHOOL OF DANCING
Strabisr leaned out of his in “relaxation,” in order that 1 os
cabin ¢ ejected a handful of young men may be instructed in DISPLA yY and RECITAL
hay from the iron basket. To the art of doing nothing. The
watchers in the fields below the next step will be to organise the FRIDAY, 3ist MARCH, at 8.30 p.m,
rocket seemed to be controlled doing of nothing, so that thous- :
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hite grey feathers, spring-
ig out from ‘the side of a hat
yas natural heron. A long thin

feather was singed pheas- |
ant. A magpie was responsible |
for a bottle green sweep of
feathers, shining blue and silver
in the light. The only difference
yetween magpie and the well-
cnown coq tail, is that magpie
eathers have a sharper ben

them, and curve below the brim

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them for just that purpose. | mattae Se cat’ af Soate he

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xeing left in their natural state, "spied: the: atranie able a ihe oes ryt
‘ad the edges neatly turned in and lawn, and, like ‘Te podduwhtehda ha MEXt instany the ib
stitched down, giving a smoot! that he is, he hurries up to ae as = skyward of 5
ine to the feather. lenge it. The rocket in the vase tee leaving ‘ ent

If you saw a soft greyish-bluc ALL RIGHTS RESERVE behind jg, pov
feather dipping gracefully from Z
ihe side of a hat, would you asi = atid hik iad ated

what it was? If you did, what
would your reaction be when
you were told it was vulture?
Several hundreds of women now
have their new hats tastefully
decorated with the feathers from
this bird of ill-omen! I might add
that it is an extremely pretty
feather.



Across
1. Sort of trophy to get in risk.
(5-4)
7. Characteristic start for a rene
gade. (5 9. Beg earnestly. (5)
10. This needs nothing to provide a

piece of
(4)

eturn of

music, (4)
1, Fat.
3. The the sleuths.
7. One y be given by request
9. Bish. (4)

0. This kan from love tokens. (4)
- One ttle bulblet in growing
garlic, (5) 23. Baby-wear. (6)
. Now here is a new prefix. (3)
to this food,



(3)
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1. %, (5)

2. Where & golf ball often dis
appears from sight. (5)

3. A good this is a relief. (8)

4. A struggle to make a sifter this.
(6)

5. The postman is
repeat this. (95)

6. Uncovered. (4)

8. One can never
which

name for a

reputed wo

find answers to
are this, (8)

gra

the clues

ling,

»f many overheads. (4)

of ruses. (9)

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erences BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE

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‘3 Conditions’ |
Approved a

BONN, March 28. |

The West German Cabinet to-!

| ay approved Chancellor Dr./|

Konrad Adenauer’s three condi-|

tions for West Germany’s joining
; the Council of Europe, a Govern- |
ment spokesman stated. |

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y of these ¥ Peo '
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fhe EasterD ©°" vide range | (1) A writteh statement that the ‘
¥ canaeoves © Fe allied Governments would) when you treat it te

ted by a resi-|
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specie ly
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gein’

like Germany to join the
Council of Europe.

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2) An undertaking that if the| Just use a few drops
Saar also joins the Council, |

its Membership will be provi- | a day ... then see

j ional and subject to a decision

to be written into the Peace the difference!

Ireaty with Germany. ‘

i Germany's Membership of the Buy a bottle today!
| Assembly, but not of the Com- =

mittee of Ministers should be

| regarded as provisional only,

! ind that, pending her full e
Membership, she should have

| an observer attendifg meet-
ings of the Committee.

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5 appointed Squadron Leader |
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he Ist of April, 1950.
Squadron Leader Henderson |
porn in Dominica, Windward
islands, in 1916 and was educaved
Canford School, Dorset, Eng
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Ground Engineering, Navi-
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a ate \King Leopold, Libéfral Premier

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BRUSSELS, March 28.
Defence problems will cause a

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sdron Leader, and was twice | 2 night
bent in despatches. He act-| ; ° e aad ;
; ntioned erga nen at: teen Diamond Battle om C ve Accused * _ Even before the five-year-old
| - symast e ‘ ouncl S > ‘ 100 oyal problem is solved Parlia-
'f Stinisot Stet with the m an NDON, aren 29 oor, PRAGUE, March 29. cores ment may be summoned ty Gas-
ae ieee Air Fotce. | , es Se rei ny aos ; Of Eur ? | The Czech Communist newspa- ee ; ton Eyskens, the Catholic Premier’
hited States f ore, Salen } ger bank and a British 1 | ope . |per “Rude Pravo,’ disclosed to- LIEUT Carl Neblett top| of the “caretaker” Government to
He eel lke ait Ministry, Lon | company ‘ ho have bes , | day that a Roman Catholic priest scored with a possible at ast | ratify the _Arms Aid Agreement
staff of the } fa long battl : ; 7 _ @ from page 1 |and other members of an “illegal} Saturday’s practice of the Small| with the United Staves,
! Courts against an ¢ ie S dicesliiiommmian ies ‘4 | enti-State organisation” had been | Bore Rifle Club. The eight best} Such a meeting “is not de-
feit diamonds worth £26,134 won| COUnCH, the spokesman added. charged before a Czech Court scores were:— barred’’, Deveze said.
E ‘ their case on an appeal yester. ' An invitation to Germany from | But the newspaper did not give H.P.S Ratification of this agreement
TRAFFIC JAMS day ie Ministerial Commitiee is not/the names of the others accused 00 jand the country’s defence prob-
Ther vill et tl “m | excluded, he said, |nor vhe exact charges nor the — Lt. C. E. Neblett 100 jlems demanded “an urgent solu-
back Germany's entry into the Coun- | tences : Teo Mr. W. Richardson 99 ‘ion to our domestic problems”,
TRAFFIC jams were frequent} An appeal against fine i as expected to be setvled at a Capt J. R. Jordar 99 lhe added,
nthe area of the Government. costs totalling ove £980,000 tha| 24S meeting of the Ministerial | The avcusea prmest named was Mr S. Tempro ae og j}. The Liberal leader, called by
Seaie on the waterfront yester-| highest er ordered: 4 : munittee ind, if ull went well,|Father Arnostpolacek, of the vil- | _ - & fucker .... 97 Prince Regent Charles to seek a
y where motor vessel “Caracas”! court. was also. successft ermany could be represented at}lege of Babice, who had already | P. A. Cheeseman. 97 way out of the deadlock when the.
s discharging equipment for'} the amount was reduced ‘uly session of the Consulta-}been sentenced by the local au- | . J. Pilgrim : 97 | pro-Leopold Catholics had failed }
pawell. 1 £20,000 to fines of £10.750 j} Lave ssembl f the Council of |thorities for reading pastoral let-| RSM. H.B.G. M it rm a new Government, wili
Vehicles moving along the gosts of ist over £800 EUTOpe. | | ters from the pulpit which “incited | hall og |report to the Regent on his efforts |
art found it difficult at that; A> G&G, Parsel. Incorporated , The Saar would probably join| against” the present regime. ‘Gihéerew. tornint
ooh to manoeuvre among the! Harry I wet ‘ee Bot, Barone vate start: | —Reuter. ee ye Tomorroy ight he 3 iter
aehinery at stand-still on the; jor) ; fter Germany, the spokesman | on ee 2 | ee ee ens Se |
nerfront and some nine to ten! ;o'> id } FIRST EXAMINATION |rupt his negotiations to go to The

‘ ° | bank, the Intern
es which were awaiting loads}

| Bank a ; : . € Y e | Hague Atle % P talks
B le denied a report from Bonn| 2 Satellites Protest | eee cet aaema









F , Tangier, also has « ly + oh tiv. kite . DAR — He hopes to be
the equpment for transport] “phe Magistrates Co ans y that the Western German r 7 PARIS, March 29 : a ae ip ne i els
b the airport. F sieak Seen Tce tered) Chancellor, Konrad Adenauer, GENEVA, March 29 The French Council of Minis- |r emis saust be expected at the
. ; eo a : I ecelved assurances from the Bulgaria has protested to the}ters to-day gave a first examina he, a nual be expected ge |

Making it more difficult for the} —Keuter French Foreign Minister, Robert |international Telecommunications|tion to a draft ‘Anti-Trust’ Bill | beginning of next week”, he said

a re ‘tie. = we stp ; Schun that France would sup- ; Union that the United States ig|Submitted by Premier Georges |~ Reuter.

ow around the crane and . . 2 | port tk nomination of Ger- | broadcasting rave sths al-| Bidault

uchinery throughout the day. Dismantling Begins | ma n observer to the Minis- Shean We eae cade ee ae | |

The “Caracas” will be leavin; rial Committee tines Chey + After vhe meeting the linister . {

1s” ; ‘ g erial mmitt once Gert Y}penhagen plan, it was learned] , n | 2 ;

day for Trinidad. The agents in Duisbere | ine he Council lhere today. of Information, Paul-Henri Teit-| Pope Receives
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Messrs, J. N. Harriman & Co p en, said a commission comprisi
aan eee an & CO, +. tha} The protest added that radio }|&©", Said a comm oon } y 0 |
’ | DUISBERG, Mari in he of Ba bis ene ee - jstations in the French zone of |™&gistrates and econom ixpelled f reest | : :
i i The di ‘tin : per | ¢ icil of Europe’s statute hich 1Germany ire not using wave- be formed to examine tr¢ ree- | White clothes are whiter — coloureds are
vid that on f ndation | "a 5 5 ¢ ite } y n my C 2 . ‘ rs
Vi e i] urnaces begat hea i ey cae 5 lengths allotted to them under |â„¢e Reuter. . VATA ANC ay March = | brighter, with the rich lather of Rinso!
va ) teel unt at Duis- oh the: ade ree ers aeecesel ‘ > in Fe. | ope Pius XII voday received in 5 “
(sions bere, Hambure, the West Geman} ine, Ministeriak Committee,” thej'he plan, aeeh coms: sete: are . a | artonte audience at tha Vatican Easy and gentle, Rinso washes thoroughly
erg, Hambu « th t ermany — 64 man said ast arch lf ale se ita. > oi A at : TiAws —j i i j
5 2 | nev icy reporte Pee ical 1 MRE Re! WOU slcone ate |NO ROOM FOX RUSSIA | Palace Monsignor Attavio de Liva, it floats out dirt in record time ! Dishes |
u £ u B ttho citi Padarten ritish| “Sked fnce Would Supper’ | Prague: Czechoslovakia has | lformer Charge d’Affaires of the take on a new sparkle too, when washed
1 sf vel | change in the statute to make “oteste tz the srnations r h oO | ostolic Nunciature in Prague, . : : : :
ana os ~~ - ; nde ie mination of a German ob- | Selacenittinanseibenie talk an] Ital apie th “ey t y t eho wea € a ied this mami te inRinso, So ifyouwanteasier,quickerand
~ being carriea ou eccordant ) +} cma a aly rerusec Vussia a an UU] weit we " . ; * 2 .
BERG, Bavaria, March 29. with the Pees od | ser _ possible 1@ pokes | Anncua that radio stetibee i eben, Milan-Naples Fair this year|the Communist Government of better washing results — use only Rinso!
seetnalic investigation Com-} io aid, me nati Maeciiee heat American, British and French | “because of lack of pace but | Czec hoslovakia | RINSO fo. i f
ee that “visions yf j : ti 1 at said the ddintisiby. Gf jzones of Germany and Austria | all other European nations will be! . at is ae ie the oe 7) Pa your wash !
ary, which thousands’ dismantlin ‘ ! Bos Wact Clary Federal Repub- | 2°e contravening the Copen-hagen|represenved, according to Rome|ciature in Prague is likely now \ ——
Mople claimed last year to, but said that ectre é eee es " oe ine Pais wavelength agreement Radio. —Reuter. remain indefinitely closed.—Reuter X-R 235-800-56
mseen in a Bavarian Village,; naces, which re ‘ : ne MER aye yg SO ero an ae
He not of extraordinary super-{ for the operatic e membership. — Yeni prc ——— = :
tural origin.’ , i would be stripped The Saar has already ap lied | NE
The Bishop of Bamberg set up} —Reuter _ membership t ll }
Commissi after ' Germany’s position wi ye cONn- |
ussion after a group of | red in the light of the condi- |
}
7

i } visit] incl the question of Ministers’
son: ah. S against the genuineness of | ‘ re puties, the Council’s approval |

png girls said they saw and . ma :
bse, ag, we i Si] | tions made lk yveek by the West
| Ktd to the “visions” in the \v il-} FLYING VISII ad ’ ce Dp Or feaaecat | . a
a Heroldbach The girls’| rTAWA eee ie SY Te
0! I a e OD | O AWA 1 } \ I
bm sant thousands of Pil-| The Brazili eT tative Members of the Consultative
every week in the hope of| ,, - A ! A ; Z re neeting today to]
Be te “visions. military aha tach rd-| determine the final details of the|
w Commission’s repor lit ir atte

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Published by Tho Advocate Co, £t4., 4, Broad St., Bridgetows



Thursday, March 30, 1950



Colenial Cities

TO-DAY the town of Nairobi will be
raised to the status of a city in a ceremony
to be performed by His Royal Highness
the Duke of Gloucester. For a period of
over one hundred years several Colonial
capitals have enjoyed the status of city.
Some of these have been conferred by Let-
ters Patent, and others by acts of their own
legislatures approved by the Crown, Nai-
robi is the first Colonial capital to address

a formal petition to His Majesty the King
grant oe the title of City and
his that to-day’s cere-

waa s for the

it is as a result of
mony takes place.

Kingston in Jamaica boasts of the hen-
our of being the first colonial capital to
achieve city status. In 1801 it was raised
to this status by an act of the Legislature
and when the first bishop of Jamaica was
appointed by Letters Patent his legal status
and authority were confirmed and estab-
lished by an act of the Jamaica Legislature
assented to by the Crown

Bridgetown was raised to City status
when the first bishop was appointed by
Letters Patent in 1842 but has never been
incorporated and the system of local gov-
ernment throughout this island is still
based substantially on the seventeenth cen-
tury system which was the English model
of that day. Adopted in Barbados in 1835
this church organisation of Vestry and par-
ish although it has been amended by <
series of acts of the Legislature, has failed
to undergo the radical reforms which were
effected in England.

The claim that Bridgetown should be
adminjstered by a Mayor and Corporation
has been several times advanced and the
report of an investigating Commissioner,
Sir John Maude, yecommended that
Bridgetown should be granted full munici-
pal status. The report has been published
but awaits the decision of the Legislature.

Other Colonial cities such as Victoria,
in Hong Kong have undeveloped organs of
municipal government in the form of
urban or parish councils with limited func-
tions, general responsibility remaining in
the hands of the central legislatures or of
local boards. Others such as Hamilton in
Bermuda and now Nairobi have developed
their town councils and then claimed city
status. Nairobi is not at present a cathed-
ral city and the seat of a bishop but, like
Hamilton which only became an ecclesias-
tical see in 1925, may one day also have her
bishopric.

The Cities of Gibraltar, Georgetown,
Bridgetown, and St. Johns in Antigua were
raised to city status in 18
created episcopal sees.
in 1849 and
1801,
Port-of-Spain in

42 when they were
Victoria followed

Nassau in 1861, Kingston in
1893, Hamilton in 1897,
1914 and Belize in 1942
were raised to the status of city by acts of

Freetown in

their own Legislatures which were accept-
ed by the Crown. After 1865 the power of
1e Crown to create bishoprics by Letters
p itent fell into disuse and the Imperial
Government resolved to carry out, when-
ever possible the principle of religious
equality by the disestablishment of
hes previously placed on a footing of
ference and to refrain from any exer-
the prerogative for the creation of
cal offices or the appointment to
Vacant sees
ihe granting of the title of city is an hon-

our or dignity conferred by the King who

being “the Fountain of Honour” may con-
ler such dignity on any borough. The
uting however does not improve the

tus of the borough as overnment
unit nor does it add any functions to it.

Bridgetown unlike

a local &

Nairobi has no Royal
Charter but it is earnestly to be hoped that
she will not be for long beaten in the race
of reaching modern municipal status as
recommended by Sir John Maude,

VUN READENS SAY,
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LONDON.

Eden or

hill for lez
yative Party?

; Conservative Member

ducks away from the

i when it is fairly and

squarely put to him.

v/anston

Anthony
reni hip of the

aders



of

frank, most of the
members wouiu

If they are
Conservative



c.cr tial

Churchill: graceiuliy

secede ilo Lie Dbacspivuuna oO

c1.er SlalesSMmaliship, ana
vene in parllamentary
only when the

it,

laver-
Gevales
ocCaSION WalTralits

Leadership in the House of
Commons and being head of the
Party is a strain, many members
say, that is beyond the sirength
and virility of the 75-year-ola
war-winning Prime Minister.

“He has won every honour. He
should seek no further laurels,
but should step aside and let Eden
take over.”

That is what they say covertly,
out none dares declare it openly.

The famous 1922 Committee
which is in effect the Conserva-
tive Parliamentary Party is

always held under the chairman-
ship of Churchill.

Many Conservative members
object to this. They say that the’r
opponents, the Labour Party,
have the better system, for they
always have an independent and
back bencher as chairman with
the Prime Minister only coming
in when a matter of high policy

pone te be discussed.



The Conservative Front Bench-
ers and the executives of the
Party prefer the Committee to

| function with Churchill as per-

manent President.

They say that there must be no
repetition of the Carlton Club
Coup of 1922. Then the Conserva-
tive members met in_ secret
conclave at the Carlton Club and
disowned Lloyd George, whose
role in the 1914-18 war was simi-
lar to that of Churchill’s in the
last war.

The circumstances are only
slightly different. Lloyd George
was a Liberal who had been
disowned by his own Party and



I Saw The Cheer Leader
Whip Up Fury

A FRIEND was driving me to
his club in Calcutta when suddenly
a procession of demonstrators
flooded out of a side street, and
we had to stop.

They were all dressed in white
Gandhi winding-sheets and were
half running, half walking,
screwing themselves up in a kina
of epileptic ecstasy.

As they leaped along the hot
Street they waved banners and
shouted slogans in time with a
sun-spectacled cheer leader.

What they wanted was simple
and straightforward “Revenge for

our murdered brethren.” They
shouted. “We want war.”
India’s leader, Pandit Nehru,

had arrived in town that
and these lads were on their way
to salute him when he drove in
wiumph through the streets. When
we met them they were just get-

ning,

ting themselves into the right
mood.

The war they want is against
Pakistan. The murdered brethren

are Bengalis, killed by Moslems
in Pakistan—in revenge for Mos-
tems killed in India. Pandit
Nehru himself is anxious for some
frontier rectifications.”

To my eye—experienced in the
echnique of “spontaneous demon-

strations” as practised by
Goebbels and Warsaw’s General
Grosz—this little party lookea

very much as though it had been
iaid on by higher authority.

“Well,” I said to my friend,
the last of the patriots writhed
out of sight, “let us be thankful
that for once WE are not the
target.”

“Oh, don’t you be too sure of
that,” he warned me. “They are
ilready demanding that British
commercial assets in India should
be confiscated to make a fund
or the refugees.”

Let us face it: there is nothing
like supplying idealists with a
little material incentive.

Nose Ring Check

The Hindu pilot of the Indian
Nationai “Airways plane which
flew me from Calcutta to Rangoon
wore a huge R.A.F. moustache.
And he spoke R.A.F. English.
When I showed impatience: be-
cause we had to return to Calcutta

as



B ARRADOS AN Cee ADVOCATE



ADVOGATE EDEN OR CHURCHIL

By Thomas C. Watson

was Prime Minister only by
courtesy of the Conservatives wno
were the largest party in the

House of Commons.

At their Carlton Club meeting
the Conservatives decided to con-
test the next election — not as
National Coalitienists but as
true bjue Conservatives. Lloyd
George had no option but to
resign and advise the King to
dissolve Parliament. tfe retired
into the role of spectaior
House of Commons; and he was
only 59 years of age.

Winston Churchill is a Con-
servative. But before the ouv-
break of war he was not an active
member of the Party. 7 fact
he was regarded as a »bel.
His loyalty to King fdward VII
at the time of his abdication was
contrary to the generally accepted
Conservative Party view.

im the



Many of the old time Conserva-
tives seem to remember
Churchill’s rebelliousness more
vividly than they do his magnifi-
cent war premiership.

Several times they have initiated
manoeuvrism to oust Churchill,
but the rank and file remain
steadfast and loyal to their leader
and none more so than Anthony
Eden and “Rab” Butler, the real
brains behind the party’s organi-
zation.

Butler says that the Conserva-
tive Party without Churchill is
unthinkable. They would lose a
great deal of public support.
Butler would prefer Churchill,
with his few shortcomings, to be
the real head of the party than
to his “going out to grass”
(Churchill’s own words).

It therefore canbe: said with |





Hy Sefton Delmer

to fix a faulty radio, he declared
in the best station-commander
Btyle, “Better to be careful than
sorry.”

My fellow travellers were all
Indians—many of them women
in veils and sarees. Their golden
anklets made a pretty tinkling
noise as they tripped across the
tarmac to the aircraft.

The Indian Customs gave them
all an extremely careful going-
over. Every item of jewellery the
women were taking with them
had to be checked against lists,
made out in advance and sanc-
tioned by the Currency Control.

The odd thing was that the
officials, all of them Indians, con-
ducted all their business in Eng-
lish. It sounded most intriguing:
“One nose ring gold and pearl ...
But, madam, this nose ring has
diamonds not pearl. Please show
me nose ring gold with pearl. . .”

Meat Famine ?

Price fixing and Government
to Government bulk buying is
likely to lead to a famine in
Australian lamb in Britain.

For, while ex-Food Minister
Strachey fixed the price of Aus-
tralian mutton with his Austra-
lian Socialist colleague, they did
not fix the price of wool.

Wool has been shooting uv to
unheard of prices. The iesult
is that Australian sheep farmers
are almost all changing over to
breeding sheep for wool rather
than for meaf,

The effects of this, I am told,
will make themsevles felt soon.

Double Dose

If you suffer from hay fever, as
I do, do not fly across the world,
as I did. For I have only suc-
ceeded in ensuring that I shall
get hay fever twice—once in the
Australian summer and again
later in the British summer.

Vote Saving
One reason why the Socialists
lost in Australia is that they
have the system of preferential
vofing out there.
With preferential voving a min-
ority group, like the Attlee





—S

LL

conviction that as far as the

Shadow Cabinet of the Conserve-

tive Party is concerned they;
prefer to follow Churchill

However, many of ae older}
Conservatives supported y af
sprinkling of younger ones "hk o|
of late have been critical t|
Churchill’s recent tacties, Si

prefer that Eden should take hi
piace as head of the Opposi

They refer to his brillian
handling of the Opposition to tic
King’s speech, His pariiamentar,
oration on that occasion was
tour de force. He had the elo
quence with the parliamentar,
skill vhat had the Governmen
Front Bench occupants wincin;
and writhing in discomfort.

It was by far the outstandi:
oratorical effort of the whole ce
bate on the King’s Speech.

But Eden still declines to take
over. The only circumstances i:
which he would assume leadershi;
would be if it were willingly an
freely surrendered to him by
Churchill himself. Eden wil
have no part in any undergrounc
manoeuvre. He will serve his chief
as loyally as ever he did just a:
long as Churchill remains hea
of the Party.

When Eden walked out on
Chamberlain during the Munich
crisis everybody feared that i
would mean the end of his politi-
cal career. When war eventually
did break out he joined up as a
regimental officer in his old corps,
the King’s Royal Rifles.

But after the fall of France and
with it the Chamberlain Govern-
ment, the first man Churchill, the
new Prime Minister, sent for was
Anthony Eden, whom he eventual-
ly promoted to the highest offices,
finishing up as Secretary of State
for Foreign Affairs.

Eden thrived under Churchill’s
tutelage. From a nervous, diffi-
dent politican he developed
statesmanlike qualities and later a
more incisive parliamentary man-
ner. All of which fits him for
leadership, but only when
leadership is. voluntarily surrend-
ered by Winston Churchill.

—LN.S.





Socialists in Britain,
be able to defeat an anti-Socialist
majority of the electorate just

because the majority vote is split. |
All count!

For no votes are lost.
for the final result.



the} toes.
cheque for about £780 for 160,000 lbs. of
them. The farmer, in return, handed him a
cheque for about £5, buying back his own
potatoes as “cattle feed.”

Thus the potatoes were kept off the mar-
ket; housewives went on paying top price for
the few pounds they wanted, and the farmer |
pocketed a cash gift from the taxpayer.

would never |



Suppose there is a _ three-cor-
nered election with a Socialist,
Conservative, and a Liberal can-|
didate.

The voter puts a one,
three against the candidate’s
name for hfs first, second,
third choice. Thus a
would probably put
Liberal 2, Conservative 3.

two, and|

and |
Socialist |
Socialist 1,



same B Food? WeHave Too Much’

Taxes
Farmers Of 2 Nations

By Frederick Cook

NEW YORK
FOR a prime example of what happens

when Governments start interfering in mat-
ters better left to businessmen, Americans |

, Pay For Huge Gifts Te

and Canadians are drawing attention to food!

mix-ups afflicting this continent.

Floundering efforts are being made by the

United States and Canadian Governments to
get rid of huge surpluses of food of which
they have become the reluctant owners un-
der the “farm price support” programmes in
both countries,

In Canada, it has been officially announce
hat warehouses are bulging with butter-
—46,494,000 lbs. of it.

PRICES — LOW AND HIGH
This butter, and 41,127,000 lbs. of cheese

aow in storage, was bought by the taxpaye1
at the last production peak. The supplies are

2eing sold slowly at knock-down prices.
But, caught in their own trap, the Cana-

dian Government are preparing to do the
same thing with eggs. Consumers, mean-
while, go on paying top prices at shops, and
paying taxes to finance more huge gifts to
farmers.

In America there are still 3,000,000,000

dried eggs in a Kansas cave and other stor-
age dumps, with no buyers in sight.
|ington now plans to give away 73,000,000 lbs.
to schocls and relief agencies.

Wash-

TWO-WAY TRAFFIC
Meanwhile potatoes are being sent both

ways across the border.

Time magazine reports that a Minnesota

farmer had a large unsold stock of 1949 pota-

A Government buyer handed him a

*
BOON

* *

TO DRIVERS

A 7d. VITAMIN CAPSULE half the size of |
|a hen’s egg, developed during the war on the}
Alaska Highway, is now ensuring that Ameri-
can motorists get first-try starts even in tem-
,| peratures as low as 25 below zero.

It is standard equipment for many makes

| of tractors, buses, and lorries, and now, with)
the aid of an adapter costing £5, it has been| |

made available to car drivers.
The capsule contains a teaspoonful of|
“Chevron starter fluid’ — a combination of|

If, when the first preferences| ethyl and ether, plus petroleum products.

are counted there is no. majority
for any one candidate, they knock
out the candidate with the lowest
first preference vote,
second preferences of his sup-
porters and add them to the vote:
of the first two candidates.
In a three-corner election
would be certain to produce °n

overall majority, and a much
fairer one than the majority won
by our British “first past the

post” system.
He Trusted...

First thing I find on returning
to England is a letter from Erwiu
Mueller, of Dortmund, Germany
Remember Erwin? Heé was the
German dismantler who, relying
on the protection of British
General Bishop and the British
Military Government, took his

count up the}

so 2
this |



Capsules, wrapped like toffees, are sold in
cans for storage.

HOW IT WORKKS

Priming system employed on private cars|
of a plunger, reservoir and primer|
| exposed on the dashboard,
copper wire and injection nozzle—are under

]

consists

the hood, and attached to the intake manifold

induction system.



|



The rest—coiled |

On a wintry day a driver slips a capsule

into the reservoir and presses the plunger. |
is forced

releases the fluid, which
through an atomising nozzle.

This

The secret of the fluid lies in its very high |

explosive qualities.
Supplies of capsules are

available for ex-

men last July to dismantle a/ port to Britain if it is possible to get import

paraffin works in Dortmund be-
longing to the Hoesch concern
He was beaten up by an organise
mob.

Ringleaders of the mob, who
later appeared before a British
Military Government Tribunal
were sentenced to almost nomi#a!
terms of imprisonment. Erwin’:
_ is just what I expected it tc
e.

“. , . I am being boycotted b)
all German authorities. I have

licences.

* *

BUILDING BOOM

*

NEW YORK is in the midst of a great
with at least 20 new sky-
scrapers going up, all in the mid-Manhattan

building boom,

section known as the Grand Central Zone.

None of the new buildings will rival in

been forced to dismiss most oi| height the 102-floor 1,250-ft. Empire State.

my workmen. I shall be forcec
to give notice to the rest of m,
workers any day now.
know what to do after that.”
That is what comes of relying
on British protection in Germany.
—L.E.S.



Largest is the Uno Secretariat building, with

I don’t} 39 floors.

A new 25-floor office building will have un-
derground space for 600 cars — a novelty for
New York.—L.ES,

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To the Editor, Th — . 7
‘o the : i ane ee nadie. mead of the forward who ducked. simply to say that the average capabilities, his rightful place, whose name is world-wide wrote a Canadian publication to offe
loading” in to-day’a “Carib aoe aco are Po aoe acre today innately believes While it might be well to have to a Canadian publisher “a few his merchandise to the Canadia:
Calling” mae 2 oh ittcetienas ea »0 Lee. off the fle , and 1imself to be as much human as our children drink their milk days ago we passed for payment public in order to obtain mor
of Barbac : point out that there Ba a, penal a. oo. aa ee But that is as far from cups or glasses, thus helping an invoice for advertisements dollars for his coulicy, to pur-
is » vety simple and pasitively sake tise eek oun Ba = a Bets all them to observe ethics, there ‘s which appeared in September and chase more Canadian’ merchan
sure way of stopping the danger- P > Senn On the other hand, judging from no denying that that is a matter October issue of a Canadian mega- dise going to sell ti
: t “ ea ! : a 8 one or both men, because no what Mr. Oscar Smith wrote in of personal choice. In this Mr. zine and we find that Rb th os ae ee
ous and disgraceful driving, not n ocation the cae anh ie . ; i oe P or these
ily of cane lorries in the country > ie eee ee ie be columns last Sunday, I am Smith has mistaken the letter for two 1/6 page insertions we have, _ 1" the same mail, from anothe
but all kinds of traffic along the fullvback secretly gave the ¢ c “i ) eee — he feels that the law. Guide the young negro due to devaluation of the ¢, to pay British publication, came a solici
lastings, Worthit Roatan: Beam this-etems. one sew the th ms - must take the-negro by along the paths of higher thinking for these at the rate of £12.6.6., per ‘tion of advertising together wit!
t is by “endor the licence worst { ) tball x tet that oe ees jand and offer him success. and all these incidentals would insertion which is nearly as much juestionaire to be filled in t
Pre i ‘ , net “ oe ch that has been = Smith apparently fails to be added. as we pay for a whole page in direct the Canadian buyer to
inti t playec r arbado:s scent a ‘ “- : yas et nt etal is
that be” can see their way bears, Tt wae Kick as pou eee T dhantenntt most negroes regard A child cannot be taught cul- a similar English publication . Pritish surplus supply; tais lette
he dar igetous driving icick you: you dee met... the apn te = being inferior. ture and the appreciation of beau- In view of this high cost we Started out with “The recent al
will alwe be a feature of man or the ball. _ : ; a wes | a tender age, the ty. Such come from within. How feel we cannot continue advertis- ‘erations in currency exchang
Barbados Now this sort of thifg 4s not character th ne eee ae many of us walk to and fro daily ing during next year, or unless the T@tes, (which make British pric
Mar 3, 1950. od endlmh. for Bavbados. Ob- Ane coae er taught the without as much as noticing the rates are again reduced by future "ore attractive to Canadia
RESURGAM viously, the referee allowed the neg oe oF ie Successful bloom in a nearby fence or the currency regulations buyers) prompt us to repeat ou
Kick umnésto eat out of Maa lek aN is inferiority would cease. joyful whistle of the breeze! As soon as conditions become invitation of last May.”
: ~ ‘THE GENTLEMAN IN GREY The question of poverty es Whereas aspiration cou more favourabl hall be e whole crux of th atte
Ed 1 idvocats 7 ee ’ *** not arise. Many are content with itely be aroused. Tell t happy to renew our i t with ige-long pe. Poll i
I Ti r0tl : t a their lot because the cnow n¢ ‘ is capable loin \ “but t t : i at ~~ Se
© x . . Remove Inferiority ~-jeclpgs wane use they k v no what he is capable of doing you, but we tru p efore World War. II and it ex
played be en Empire J ~ other circumstances; and indeed if he has anything in him he will preciate the 1 tion.’ t , I
: _ anything in him he will preciate the positic ste efore World War I
] K S ¢ I Th Ed The ,Advocate, ho one would deny tl ake up and live! Ho is the Brit ; : a ql
if SIR —F as ‘ r one i } badh Citas nino w , : wants to sell but Britain
< t f ) R \ y letter poor one is richer in spit han LOUIS R. CYRUS turer whx eithe , oh. ka tlie ,
h I \ wealthy It thy ’ int to buy.
Mr. mble To Sell... Not Buy ee
, To, The Editor, tne Advocate @ LETTERS which are signed with » nom-de-piume, but un
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Chauffeur Charged |
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Assize Case Resumes Today



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Barbados
Agriculture

Mr. C. Lynn, Act Professor
of Agriculture at Trinidad’s Ira
perial College of ‘Tropical Agr:-







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CHARLES LASHLEY, 30-year-old chauffeur of Wi










5 Sehie culture, ard Mr. Humphrey Web ),
Land, Christ Church, went on trial for manslaughter ves-| er eee aaa eee
as the Marchrsitting of the Court of ( ate 7 s arrived from Trinidad yesterday
terday as t ‘ OF Grand Sessions ; by B.W.I.A. accompanied by eight}
eonunued. ; ! students who are training to be
' the sequel Agricultural Officers in the Colo-j|



eetween a lorry driven
-cused and a ‘bus driven

Thompson of Marke:
George, in which acei-
ta Bourne, hawker of
lost her life.

nial Agriculture Service.

They are at the Imperial Col-
lege on one year’s post graduate
course and they are in Barbados
for about ten days on a “Study
Tour”, to learn about agricultural



George Harvey |»
Charged With se ;
Murder oe

Bovril is the concentrated goodness of beef, and you only need



Tiki debbie esd methods here. a little Bovril to give your meat dishes a lot of flavour...
, BORGE HARVEY of St. Pew.' morning of Sept. 7 lak oo b : ged “Sc. Skoste, Director | eo a Se Ee ee
d vas charged before His Wu: | Ss! ly before 5 ; y Mr. ©. . ? | dishes and you will enjoy making them because they are sure
was charged betore ‘i Epes ° a.m. Bourne of Agriculture and other mem-| vial ,

ship Mr. H. A. Talma yesterday was one of a party of about 20 bers of the Department of Agri- | to please. Always have Bavril in the house, and drink it daily,

wus we MUFGEL Ys Uevin’ 44s S08 088 hawkers whom the culture’s Staff.

4 usuwman of Keaman’s Gap,/ ‘ruck was bringing to the City The names of the students are, | * Remember BOVRIL makes excellent

mea. oad. aa Lethas His Honour Sir Allan Cc F, J. Carver, P. L. Hotchin, A. S r : ;

yuu April 5. more, Chief Yustice is nrestan. | Mac Donald, J. R. Milburn. S, S. | sandwiches, and improves all dishes. «,

uevige siunte was stabbed in| one Court T =. presiding | Parker and R. E. Rowe, who are
jeumans Gap about 8.55 p.m, on urt. Lashley is being from the Colonial Office — Gen-

Monday and was admitted to the egy by Mr. J. E.T. Brancker| & a : PUREE ENE EARS feral Agriculture — in the U.K.,| (Eee
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General Hospital Une same migin / ; eae for the Crown is Se achat , x G. K. Graham from New Guinea (_—=- ’
put died about © 25 a.m. the fol- being presented by Mr. W. W. THe Gave Po OF STUDE from the Imperial College of Agriculture come to study Bar- and S. H. E. Herring who is from ;
lowing morning. Reece, K.Cj, Solici#yor Generaj. | kt adian methods of Agrict e are seen with Mr. C. C Skeete, Director of Agriculture (sixth Canada. |
Hearing of the case continues from left) shortly after they arrived at Seawell yesterday. They are all staying at the
to-day. astings Hotel. Y
«yf AM FEELING fine and am The S ‘ Pi thie Tutt : ' ’ Hastings K
I Tas Abie: perbiele. nad e Story of the lorry and pieces of sea- T * ST :
gratefu : ee The Prosecution’s first witness, | 88S were scattered about. ‘Yew Cem | e eration CROP MAY LA ae
the Navy League who have sent/ pawarq Bourne of Gliver Sande’ |. 18 MitcMepndier: 1 daw. dol t | UNTIL JUNE . kl elicves %
me books, magazines and flowers} 314° that he was ‘het bw 2 brake thasieacf the: 3 Byer ee , quickly retteves 4
2 ” ve at he was the father o @ marks of the lorry on the r This year’s sugar crop which i
Sas ey, ffm ark of For Cable & | Necessary |. y2".38 . on
wins words were spoken by AEES Biniene, He last saw bere did not, see any, sea-egg or A e eces + started late January is expected COL S and |
Iondon fireman Francis Elias|°” * eptember 29 at the General } Sells near the "bus re | to be better than the average and |
(Jack) Neighbour who is hospital- Hospital. She was living. Half ‘ W ireless Ltd. F. TEAMOEE, 96. BAM, COI: | ARGOE TES ne Mine CLeey Sens ie ARRH |
ised here after an operation was | 22 hour later he heard that she 4 Bus Conductor ee ® | munity yesterday told the “Advo-{the “Advocate” learnt from the c: I z |
rformed on his right foot when | was dead. He identified the body Eleazor Griffith, a ‘bus con- Major-General L. B. Nicholls,| cate” that they considered the} Agricultural Department yester-
filled oil drum rolled over it! to Dr. Ward. Bourne said that his|@uctor of the Gene r Bus! C.B., C.B.E, has been appointed | federation of the West Indies a]day It clears the nasal pas- |
while he was on the Anglo Saxon daughter was a hawker ang was | CO. Said that on Sey Director, of Cable and| most necessary thing, but that At present vhere are 24 vacuum sages to remaqye stuffiness i}
: coil tanker “Thelidomus”. |born in 1898. |was the conductor o 1 succession to Mr. John | they aw several difficulties to]|pan factories producing sugar, 11 and the distressing con- |
Jack was taken up to the sur-| |M-361. The "bus left Brid _ C.B., who retires from that | be overcome before it become a]small plants making fancy molas- dittonbot Kesdiccitsand i}
gery on Tuesday for another | Poor Brakes |for Silver Sands at 4.45 st on March 31. reality ses and one small plant making : h. TI ris dans
Wessing and inspection to his foot.| Mr. A. Farnum, Inspector of | Along Maxwell Road he saw th Major-General Leslie Burton- , a sarod shi thin *0n muscovado sugar. The latest offi- catarrh. re patent nasal
He said that he was told that there | vehi , Said that on September |light of a vehicle approaching on| SP8 aged 54, retired | a syapimer: eo that the = cial estimate with regard vo the application bottle is infinitely better than spray
are no signs of gangrene and the|29 he was called, at Maxwell, the left side of the *bus r | fror o become Director | Fed Fh lr wae 7 and production of sugar is 140,000 tons or dropper, and can be carried conveniently in
; : ‘ satisfactory ee a Ass of Cable relesc Limited ederatic epor as a gooc . Pebruary , s - : - -
healing is quite satisfactory. A | Road at about 7.50 am. He saw al The driver of the ’bus stor pea| of S ble and Wireless Limited in| sa! Wink? tes dike " inidn: thiniaeeatedy Mone the end of February, - handbag or pocket without fear of leakage.
skin grafting may soon be at-/’bus and a lorry on“fe road. The|/and he suddenly ¢ the light) wens i EE ee ee Ee nas t tific Ity . I Cor ne sear open cease SO eee
CE aes : eens abet © ne § saw he li | visited the Far Eas srae 7; est difficulty to be overcome 8 acvories are running ‘ ; J ail ; A
tere are five vases in leawolune’ was facing the City and|swerve to the right side of the| M dit See = nd the W Set would be the inevitable shoul- seb 5 gaia asin id Made by CLAY & ABRAHAM LTD., Liverpool, England
ere ar ases — Jack’s!the ’bus the opposite direcvion.|road. § ortly ae eae : Mediterranean an t i re ae ‘ . s . | Satists y. stablished 1813
room and they are all filled with! He examined uae as F pac Shortly aft 1e heard aj In he Company. After| dering of some of the economic Established 1813
beautiful flowers. Jack expects a examined the ‘bus and founa}crash and after saw the driver's! ; the Second Division-| burdens of the smaller colonies We } lad i Obtainable ¢ —
s. Ja ) S /the right front fender and cage|compartmert. tot Lae s 1 P rer the : : pe t torn down. He go s France in the early | DY the SE os we »
ove Mad fea writin io uiany damaged and the windscreen] out of the 'bus and’ went to th ths of last war he served| Was to be workable one of the}{{} Beautiful assortment of {\ KNIGHTS LTD., AGENTS p }
, of his friends in the UK. ; " ” |broken. Debris was scattered |right side to see wh d hap-| as Chief Signal Officer successive-| things to bear in mind would be \\{ Ve ee |
o He is a geld arbund: ond Seo the "bus. He tested the! pened and saw the damage to the|ly to Field-Marshal Alexander in| the exchange of civil servants LEATHER i ——————————
wheel phair twice a day, afte1 brakes of the ’bus and found them |’bus. the Mid East; Field Marshal| between the various colonies. } {{ Sh RR ee
breakfast and lunch. He said that 42 poor condition. He later discovered that the| Wilson a General Eisenhower in| That being so it stood to reason . i
the .ood although prepared in a! light he had seen was that of| North Africa and to Field-Marshal| that a civil servant getting a
ne 0 > gs : ate “|._He next examined the lorry.| . truck. It Re ae on ra ae | Mont ery in Europe reasonably good pay in a big Ed | RRS LaRCNETRURAT ESISCRES RRL MERE. i
Seer ray 18 Que Tay. He found the front part of the a - a geen as further) “He was the first British Officer, colony would not be prepared te ak % 8 ee ee
: latform damaged. He tested the wi I ls Side of the! 4 becom 1 Honorary Graduate/ accept a comparatively small one (Hanc aintec
. , 30/- be ¢ p . at road . . Ans 3 the} Oo become an « rary Graduate iccey é are . ~
tes we in: ditties Brdercegg Sg Hil ear’ Ps eaaamante bere oe wae. tthe pn Ser | of U.S. Signal School Fort Mon-|in a small and poor colony, if With the Crest of the THIS CHAP LOOKS
s) . - | the in bs I Urry and took the number mouth a was made a Command-| he be sent there. This was cer- ‘ viaiicinanabcue oe a
month’s imprisonment was im-| ca a ee een ., .,.{ He said that the bccat,| Pere Gere eee ornare eae o apes ste: of. 4 A the ntolitnm « 408 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
posed on Charles Squires of Mason | Take artis aaa, tes ak “| vehicles were still s e . alation ; ; WEST INDIES
Hall Street and Seibert Cadogan of |*’““, ™ ” oS AG a! Bl because it was dark 1 : , ; ah. Sat ah F and also with the Crest 7 yy ry {
© z speec 9 ) a hour : A v as tark L | A barber said that in his opin € rest of
EA Tain a ora eee! ie ths ‘the fe | was maling irst % Silver | ‘ : ion federation would be a great BARBADOS PLEASED W ITH LIFE
H. A. Talma yesterday. 1 SpE emenes x brakes, Wie OUS! sands, After the cc v sl be t Tas 25. This
2 ’ : \. Dacatenie hk fa c+. Wendin” ahinetid tua Tete t collision iW Q yvenefit to the West Indies. li m |
‘They were found guilty of i eee a ee oe plenty people in the ro would be a great step towards oe perfect Memento to
: ing a quantity of sugar valued at) 4e pointed out tha ea ee mE To Mr. Brancker: Immediately West Indian nationhood without a re 7 that friend abroad
10/6 belle of M. L. 7 ee ey riot ‘aig a sp Ss before the collision the ’bus was : which the economic stability of HANDBAG. PURSE { ;
son of Fontabelle. miles an hour, the vehicle would]... nin, anit: 16-4 -OR cant ie . the colonies would mean nothing AL i SE Ft
‘ eee as : a ; . : ad ravelling at about 20 to 25 mile ‘ 1e colonies meé BOOK M: ER ae
iaard _ was committed on | have stopped within WY aeey. an hour. The ’bus stopped about He felt, however, that with thr POOR ES tee bila ;
Mare : | He also nat out’ a road testliwo seconds before the impact se ‘ colonies so far apart, there woul SHOPPING PURSE —
OR RIDING the motor cycle} of the lorry, At 20 miles After the accident nothing be be great difficulty in reachins KEY CASE
Sage on Station Hill Roaujon ee . on OF] removed until the Police arrive: : a | their objective LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOK ,
without due care anu atien-|ry travelled 99 feet inche" |The light of the vehicle he saw | SHOPPING LIS |
= for persons using the same} before stopping. oe ———, approaching was coming at about | L HAIR GRIPS
road on December 26, Josephj|and found out that the mast€’ |the same speed as the ‘bus wa ° - S POCKET MANICURE
Whitehead of Bushy Park, St.) cylinder, which holds the fluic|..iy¢ 7 ugar eaves ZIPP P 3 9 ki
head shy é St. | cyl P ravelling , PURSE (2 kinds)
Philip, was fined 20/- and 1/-|for the brakes, was not buildir h- | STA cSS K in
* « L/ yr th akes, was ne ty To His Honour: The approach- ‘ insite AINLESS KNIFE in case
costs in 14 days or one montil’s| up pressure and the brake shoe*|ing jight appeared to be tw For London COMB (in case) we
imprisonment by His Worship Mir. nted adjusting. lights | , SHOE HORN (in case)
H. A. Taima yesterday | Cpl 3rathwaite, Police Pho- : About 2,350 tons of sugar and a SEWING SET
» Te yes ; pl. Brathwaite, Polic ' aes : save eA? etree 2
IN i|tographer, next described th A Statement ange ee & ywparinds. ee SAY PURSE (2 kinds)
NSTON BOWEN of Black tures he had taken of the Be he island arounc Tiday evening sDING RULE |
Rock, was fined 15/- in 14 ollision to the Jury. P.C. 376 Wilkinson of the Ois- by the Harrison freighter ‘“Tapti NOTE CASE | a)
days or in default one month’s im- | . ; tin’s Sub Station, said that aty E (4,411, tons net) for London : MANICURE SET \
ie : cates The . about 11.10 am. on Septemb« "vs “Tapti” arrived in port a MATCH BOX COVE |
prisonment by His Worship Mr.| The Doctor about 11.10 am. on Septembe! Tye “Tay : ; mst ? R
Ss ‘Sarna’ yesterday. for ng! Dr. E. L. Ward, P.M.O., of Dis-]29, Charles Lashley came to th daybreak yesterday to bem loads CARD CASE HE SMOKES
indecent language on Black Rock, , tic B aid that at about 5.1] Station and said he v o give ing of this cargo Messrs aa MAGNIFIER (in case) \ |
a public high on March 28 am., on September 29 he wa:j;a statement. He sai t he w Maj.-Gen. L. B. NICHOLLS | Cesta & Co.. Lid. are the vess¢ COMB & NAIL FILE in case 3
F renee ( to the scene of an acciuen:/the driver of the |! y which I Merit 1 local agents FRUITS aia re CaPF) 99
. wien eee z : , 1 ‘ he Legio of Meri by | FRUIT K? oe ane
LIFFORD HICKS was detain- at \axwell Road. He saw a womali] had collided with the ’b eal | F ocide a nen ait Ves vail Da nenenieenesntiiant ecniiinanslh y CKET Wan t eT ase) 66
ed at the General Hospital on lying on the platform of a lorry, lier the same morni! isla ennai him an Officer of a CIGARETTE CASE i
Monday when he fell from a lorry | which was on the left.side of the P.C, Wilkinson said that he)\4. region of Honour. He was Obituary } ; : alae ce
th are ay Sanne ae Plant-| road He examined her a SaW | took the savemnent et, Lae * ‘educate Cheltenham College | ve ZIPP WALLETS (with the |
ee Aner 1 lthat she was extensively injured] and read it back to He next an 1 Member of the Institute] Spy John Hutson Map of Barbados, \
B i lorry Vv being ariven *O 1} and sent her to the General Hos-! read the statement to the ( irt \ f Electrical E neers and a Fel- ~ Weak piu ian Wind ) FOUR S IU ARE PIPE
ies een, GeO Vile bem. oF | pital | In this statement Lashley stated |} f University College, London,| THE death occurred last night : — : P Q 4 ’
which were covered w : . 1] + | + : | z r 7
eet gs . covered a a Later the same day he perform-| that the *bus was travelling 4) where he studied Engineering. Hej of Sir John Hutson, Kt., O.B.E., | 1 iy
a — f ne tarpaulin s ‘pred ed a post mortem examination on| fast rate of speed and ollided! was severel wounded in action | V.D., B.A., M.B., C M., D.P.H., at BRUCE WEATHERHEAD { :
while i oe to ne srounG |e body of the same woman at) with the lorry which had rassen- | while servi an R.F.C. Pilot in| his residence “Little Barn”, Pine
Fee a ap ne mortuary of the General Hos~ | gers on the platform | the 1914-18 ar’. is Hill, at the age of 91. LID |
EON JONES of Pegwell, Chris Edward Bourne identified } General Nicholls visited the | Sir John was the son of the late a | - "
craic Seite soni a eg ace A Fisherman | West Indies early in 1948 — | Archdeacon Hutson, He is one of ienekal §}
t Was ac i >¢ anatthe body. | 4 2, > Pa ac ani | . a g .
‘ : ee : . toured the area accompanie the three brothers each of whom] 0. road Street
i iat ani 7 1 that in his opinior ; ¥ ra , 8 s
wana at the General Ho pital He said that in hl — 1 os Davia Callendar, a herman) py A, G. L. Douglas, Esq., | held distinguished positions in the \ ]
peuesday afver a tree which he) Augusta Bourne was: 20 i for|of Beckles Hill, St. chael, said) ivisional Manager, and Offi- | Colonial Empire His eldest | === a é
toot to ee See eee Ae, FOP. eS was| that on September he caught! c¢ijals from Head Office. Im- | prother Sir A. Hutson was a Colo-
Oot about 3.30 p.m, ibout 4) hours ie eld th \the 4.45 am. "bus at the Espla-| portant conferences were held | nial Governor while his other
. _ >| we rished. He then told the)" â„¢ : ctins. About five | with Government Administra- | p;other was Bishop of Antigua
eens ROOFED board and sate ‘ie various injuries he Se Se ordad it a ‘When | tors and in several of the | etn of the West In- iS
> se me y u ass ‘ é . . ; * fae .
ee a 3 by Jams discovered. : | Be got neat Maxwell he was on| larger islands the General was | dies for some time.
pletely i eee a wee One Dr. Ward further said that 1D] 16. Tigiit side of the "bus relaxir invited to address local Cham- He was educated at Lodge
day ab eee 4 “ay ene? his opinion Bourne died from” The "bus suadenly came to a} bers of Commerce on the | school, Codrington College and
vay about 12.15 am. The house} is Oph aemmorhage follow-| ‘ a 2 . Company’s policy. sroceeded to FUinburgh Univers-
is insured and the origin of the fire} shock and ee , kull, a standstill. When he looked up| General Nicholls is a nephew of ity where he took medicine. He
as : > a fracture of the skull, & nadie iv as in| 1 Bee te it} sre he , ,
7enown, se rer ins brain, a Fen: he saw the ee _ eth of| Sit H. Alford Nicholls, the late | returned to Barbados in 1885 and
laceration of the are) ea | the cage, move | Medi Officer (1904-25) » ste he Barbados
) IARTERG -f , . . shun le ; 4 Sen Medicai Officer t | joined the staff of the arba
) Vary REARTANG, of a trash| tured liver and other multip | his compartment. He also ee ind, on several occasions acting| General Hospital
a was burnt by fire at], s ver to the left. He saw people |” Resist { ; ho : i > : alth In-
: se injuries. | over to : Administrator of Dominica, wh He served as Public Health In
rarisigh plantation, St. Peter on sa on the other vehicle and then conducted a lifelong research into spector and Poor Law_ Inspector |
a sg ve poeygo on Sep-| heard a crash. the treatment of ele oer = and when the Office of Chief omens |
STII irri ietnrtnstcaapinanntinietecmatacmmeaiianiaiell L/Sgt. F. Gill said tat ‘ He got out of the ‘bus and SaW’..u. with the result that it has| jeg] Officer was created, he actec
tember 29 at about 5.29 a m. 7 lthe damage The ‘bus did not j.zrgely been eradicated from ~ in that capacity for some time. Vr th f
went to Maxwell Road and took) a | Morne Nicholls near the He was appointed a member of ry e380 or Our CUS , > .
; WHAT’S ON TODAY with him P.C., Sarjeant. He saw es said hat before and after] poilir , was named after Sir| the Legislative Council in 1920) ‘ 4 hions. covers and curtains
‘ ils xn vehicles drawn up On) se lighis of the ’ A lfc N | |and served as a member of the
Court of Grand Sessions at | ice. rom vee = "I | the acre othe Ape | Al ‘ | ie road. ,.,;/remainea bul 5 ~ es . . —
meee nee ia - | He bee measurements in the "Bo Mr. Brancker: I was relax- NO ELECTRICITY CUTS | time on the Executive Committee. LION CREST PLAIN CASEMENT 45 ins. wide per yd $1.05
fon . ne Chureh | resence of the driver of the lor-| but not with my eyes closed He represented Berhades, ae in Blue, Kose, Green, Maroon and Champagne
stry at 2.00 p.m. ieee os 7 al it ee rred ‘ Tk ha 10s Electric Cor-|¢c tion of His Majesty ing . _
. . - Charles Lashley, and also 1n| ; » impact occurred PHE jarbaa ah Soronatio wi 4 46 ins. wide
Athletic re. 8 Queens Pi ea! f the driver of the | When ; 7 moving Up to the} poration has informed the| George VI and until he resigned FOLK WEAVE per yd. ——— el See er
College at 2.00 p.m. the presence of the |"bus was ne o yone | aad t ypart from the . Presidency of the Legislative
F dD | on n ; I left 1 did not see anyon Advoca that ag the I 3
Cotball, Kensington at 5.00 bus, Ronald ee ahs positions | one , nything from the road usual cut during the day on{ Council, he was Chairman of the
Mobil a ar c urt ‘and |"emovs 7 Tuesday, there were no cuts at] local branch of the Empire Parlia-
é Cinema, St Augus- of the vehicles to the \our", © A Pass as" 1 sntary Association.
an. 7s ‘ ) ee . laeew ras ! assenger } night. mentary AS Z
tine’s Boys’ School Pas- pointed out that petal oe Kenneth Sieledtr’® Chauffeur During the afternoon there He was twice married andj
= St. George at 7.30 fitted with seats to oe Dale i| : that n September 29 he vere rumours of serious break-| leaves a widow, Lady Rn gees hed 7 ®
H “ ‘ t ol of blood | sala that om es ae an Che : ris has} + jeepest sympathy will be
sers. He said that a po ‘ age s at the Company but this has} whom deepes ym}
ers under the right rear wheel | > Spee * | ce 1 ja Gites | extended. 10, ll, 12 & 13 Broad Street





















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‘ MORTON'S DRIED SAGE ... + Moe
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Coffee and Cocoa Soaps and Cleansers
NESCAFE Peer Mog Le Pee eee eee ae 69¢, PELICAN LAUNDRY SOAP “e i
CHASE AND SANBOURNE’S COFFEE 0c. BRILLO SCOURING PADs .. oer
KARDOMA COFFEE ............. te ae ay we
CHIVERS COFFEE ESSENCE 68¢ vee. ea . Sma oe
PETER’S COCOA, 1% Ib. 98¢. ONE-O-ONE sa areecesalll
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CREAM OF WHEAT, Latge 5ic. ff
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CEREVIM aie 2 ee en
QUAKER OATS in tins .... 48¢ MEAT DEPARTMENT
MORTON'S GROUND : :

OATMEAL 40¢
MORTON’S PEARL BARLEY 51c. Friday & Saturday
WEETABIX, Large 54e
WEETABIX, Small _. 26¢
QUAKER MUFFETS | 37¢ :
QUAKER CORN FLAKES. 3% PRIME AUSTRALIAN BEEF ‘All cuts
POSTS CORN TOASTIES. 30c.
PUFFED WHEAT SPARKIES 31¢. BEST s VEAL. Legs, Chops -

BEST ” LAMB. Legs, chops

Canned Fish ~

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WACHINES — Thor Clothes Washing,
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. We have penne Her aries
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r allen 20 years ago are still

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| Bee ©. Walcott. 28.3.50-—3n
CHANICAL

CLE—One Gents Three Sneed

min perfect condition. Reasonrble

Apply to McCurtney Lewis,
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hig 29.3.50—2r

CHINE—One Singer 8 re tt i
ine perfect condition, Eastwo: 17?
28.3.50—3n

TRY

ULTRY-—Pure bred Plymouth Rocix
39 old. Phone 2890.
as 28.3.50—3n.

EOuS

TASTER NOVELTIES which will de-
the children can be obtained from
. Harrison & Co. You can get
eggs in various colours containing
] sweets and other surprises. Look
the clucking hen and the little
ls that lays five eggs one after the
i Harrison's Toy Dept. has them.
i 16.3. 50—4n

f

" ES—A full stock of Wines includ-
yl [Dom Benedictine. On sale
» Wi aligne Arthur & Co. Lid, High St.

iW 28, 3,50—3n
i if V

192.00 edch, last opportunity at this

Dear’s Garage Ltd. Phone 2476.

ii 26,3.50—6n.

| GALVANISED PIPE, HERE!—Half-1..ch

oinch galvanised pipe, 28. to $1.09
foot. A. BARNES & CO., LTD.

25.3.50—t.f.n

VANISE PIPES & FITINGS, Size
M&M, Linch, 1%, 1%, 2; 2%, 3, & 4 inch
) quire; Auto Tyre Co., Trafalgar St.

ne 2096, 16,3,.50—t.f.n

VANISE SHEETS 1n 24 and 26
Buge Gft, Gft. Gins, Sft. and 9ft. lengths
mild steel plates 1/16, 1/8 Ys,
Vif and 3/8 in various sixes, Enquire
Tyre Company, Trafalgar Street.
| 4,3,50—t.f.n

ENGLISH PERAMBULATOR and Baby
. Eastwood 2173. 28.3, 50—3n

Prtinaiey 180 gallons capoclty, 5)
roximately Gallons capacity, 5/'
thick Cole & Co., Ltd.

28.3,504r

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here and they’re keen

and Bing records, Rhum-
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TYRES — 8.25 x 20—12 ply.

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19,3.50—t.f.n

| PUBLIC SALES

By
ye, msttuctions I will sell at Cable and
yard, St. Lawrence Gap, on
a vay next 30th March, beginning at
S'elock, & collection of Short Pine
old lumber, several block stones,
: tion of Pine Tables suitable for
Sy Samples or making school
me are 10 ft. long my 2 ft. wide
Cupboard 7x5; chairs, boxes, (5)
drums (3) Lawn Mowers, (1)
Peet hg ae capacity 150
ms of interest,
j TERMS CASH

D'ARCY SCOTT.

bot ave, been instructed to sell on the

at King William Henry Street on

“ “chattel ia 29th March at 2 o'clock,

in uilding which consists of

nae, dining room (2) bedrooms,
‘ CAs Land rent $4.00

D'ARCY SCOTT.
Auctioneer,

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ESTATE
————
to COT, River Road, s
, , Standing on
. aoe, land. It has closed gal-
ms, Wc aan dining room (2) bed-

. « It is built
re with the hares with salvane
: S within easy reach
fare, ls and Bridgetown, No
ant posession immediately.

D'ARCY SCOTT.
ine Lane,

Dee tou? wavy GARDENS.

. quiet locality.
roofed Brerite. Verandah. Draw,
Dining with bat Breakfast Rooms
co it in lender and cup-
With He tiled bath, 3 bedrooms
SIME, servants ro and water

t m, toilet, bath, li

ind and other fruit trees, ianty

Xmen on a condition. Inspection b-
M 4.

in

Â¥. Archie Clarke. Phone
The 28.3.9.-5n
Office Sned
- at 2pm
Containing and on which “

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Will offer for sale at
ie on Weng’ High Street, Pridge-
mil 1950, ay the Sth day of
le Bungalow
VILLE’ n€alow called “CHAR
Rock, with quate in Bridge Gap
. y , Perches, th
of the “late Miss Charlot}:
Bungalow és
2 bed,

and oper
Evectr
tT Supply
O'Don
the, ;
Sale, apply Particulars and Condi
the indersigned
®, CATFORD & CO
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“OLIVEDALE”, MARINE GARDEN
Small furnished house a
Available from middle June f:
four months. Phone MacPhail, 265

itn o 29.3.50-

EH OUSE—Newly built house o:
Bay, for four to six months. Fully fir-
nished, with linen and cutlery
baker car also supplied if required. fo
further particulars phone P. Cc. s
Maffei 2787 or 8239 after 4pm

29.3.50—6n





OFFICE—Marhill St. next to
Frutchineon & Co. For further ee
ars apply W. B. Hutchinson & Co
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MULLINS—St. Peter. Three | :
Fully furnished. Available toome Soe in

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COAT—One Warm Coat to fit chilr
eighteen months, Rastwood 2173.

88.3.50—3r

Wanted to Buy

JOINERS’ GOOD WORK for re-salc
in Mahogany, Cedar, Deal for Househo!
or Office--L. S. Wilson, Trafalgar Street
Dial 4069. 30.3.50—3r

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BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE
ASSOCIATION

D i
All stibordinate members of the Gov- |
ernment Service are asked to note tha
there will be a special meeting held a
the Town Hall on Saturday Ist April,
1.30 p.m. to which they are asked t
make a special effort to attend.
AGENDA
1, A general talk on conditions
service re-subordinate employee.
2. Seleet a managing committee
A. EB. LEWIS,
Divisional Secretary





30.3.50—2n.

NOTICE

ALL PHRSONS, FIRMS AND COM
PANIES carrying on Trade or Busine
in the City of Bridgetown and oth
perts of the parish of St. Michael ar
under the provisions of thr
Vestries Act 1911 (1911-5) to make :
written Return of their average, Ne
Profit in accordance with *h¢ provision
of the said *.. for the purpose of Assess
ment. Such persons, Firms and Com
panies not complying with the provision
ot the said Act incur a penalty no
exceeding £50.

All suth persons, firms and Compani*
therefore asked to forward thei

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business
By Order,
EB. C. REDMAN,
Clerk, St. Michael's Vesiry
29.3.60—"
RBADOS,
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPBAL.

been paid into Court.

All the Dependants of the above
named deceased are hereby ¢required te
appear at the above-named Court or
Wednesday the 5th day of April 195
at 10 o'clock a.m,

Dated this 27th of March 1950.

oy Vv. GILKES PY
. Clerk A.C.A.
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warned agains

The public are hereby IANTF

to my wife

me Signed COURTNEY JORDAN,





St. Martin.
St. Philip
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~ uare feet of land f
nee vs Bay Street App!
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Friday next 3ist instant at 2 p.m
public competition

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Christ Church. Apply to on

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tot of i situate at Spruce Street

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DWELLING HOUSE with 2.20 .
feet of. land situate at Wellingtor
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Street, Bridgetown
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Sist. March, 1950 at 2 Dm
For inspection of the two ve -
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DEPARTURES





- Sch. Gardenia + : : :
Sch. Blue } + ardenia W Sch. Ma e. 74 ton .
Sch Reginald "Ng, seh Hazell Scott. Capt very, = ‘British R “Guiana
ata, M.V. Caracas. wu Agents: Schooner Owners’ Associatic
ARR'V, oa - Cyri . iy ton
_S.S. Kaipaki ne $ apt. Hutchins, from British Guiana
Fenwick, from’ war, tons net, Capt. Agents: Sch Owners’ Asreciasion
Come A eng Trinidad; Agents: Da aeh: Belqueen. 44 tons het, Capt
So Seraldine s Cin, . as Bah
h. Geraldine H., 37 tons net, Capt. Gute Leen Agents: “Sch
IN
casts LQUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION
advise that they cane, (Wl Orinico: S.S, Essto: S.S. Ariston: S.S
with the i y can now communicat’ Sprut: SS. S Teresa: SS “Fort Du-
Barbados Coast’ Seiten through the’ quesne: S.S.S. Calli: S.S. Kaipaki
555 Alcbal Gita’ coe SS. Myken Sskratos: $.S. Fort De-
8 S. Runa: §.S. Hestia: AGRE: france: S.S. Merrimac: S.S. Mermaid
s rpedon: tania -*
7il: gu aa S-S. Hecuba: 8.8. Bra- §S, Alcoa Pennant: S.S. Celestial
Norden: $.8. Esso Cadift SS Linki: Sickie emg SS. Marianne: 8.8
shen: S.S. Blizabeth ASmedonn: ni- Golfito: S.S. Geiruly. M.S. Caraihe

Tapti: M.S. Carona: S'S. Apache Gan:
yon: S.S. Runa: S.S. Mauretania: §.S
Longwood: S.S. New London: §.S. Esso
New Orleans: S.S. Esso Pittsburgh: S.S.

S.S. Marine Leader: S.S. Turicum
S.S. Anna L. Conaylis: $.8. Lianishen

S.S. Lis: SS. Amada: $S Norse
Mountain: S.S. Overo: SS. Atlaritic
Exporter.



ARRIVALS BY

From Trinidad: sgl tae ue

eorge Webb: C e:
Frederick Weldegure: svi
Rampersad; Stephen Herring:
Hotchin, Gregory Graham: Fr
ver: Leon Miller: Ruby
Neives: Daphne Neives:
Virginia Lee: Percival
Moll: Lenora Evelyn: Roy

Mac Donald: John Milburn: Simon
Parker: Roger Rowe: Robert Me Cul-
lough: Mary Me Cullough.
eee Demerara:

Vv, Mother Parki : Si
Phyllis: Mrs, Doreen Moe eke ae
Moe: Mr. W. S. Jones: Mrs. E. Jones:
Mrs. P. Wicknam: Mast. M. Wickhain:
Mr. A. Karp: Mr. Oscar Agard: Mrs
K. Agard: Mrs. EB. Inniss: Mr, GC. A.
McDoom: Miss Marian: Miss E. Outram:
Mr. R. Emtage: Mrs. O'Leary McCar-
thy: Miss Mary Weston: Miss J. Fields:
Capt. James Stacks:

DEPARTURES BY B.W.1.A.L.
For Trinidad;

Mrs. Mary Gill: Mr. Victor Gill: Mr
Gordon Johnston: Mr. John Colthup:
Miss Klara Hunziher: Mr. Arquinedes
Matute: Mr. Francis Harris: Mrs. Ivy
Warren; Mr. Charlies Lawson: Col
Keith Stewart: Mr. Smith: Mr. Henry
Lord: Mrs. Lord: Mrs. Edith Davy:
Mrs. Beryl Davy: Miss Sylvester Lovell
Mrs. Louie Mullin: Mrs. Jane Shicerick:

Col.
Sevkinandan

Philip
Frank Car-
Tayly; Irma
Maurice Lee:
Eligon: Sybil
Moll: Andrew

——

“Kaipaki”
Brings Meat

Several bags of mutton
brought by vhe S.S.



were
“Kaipaki,”

which arrived here yesterday.
Other items brought by the same
boat were box cheese, canned
meat, canned fruit, drums of mix-
ed ice cream, oats, and several
‘ierces of oranges.

The meat is consigned to

Messrs. D. V. Scott & Co., while
the remaining cargo is distributed
among several other agents.

“Geraldine”
Brings Wood

Eighty vons of firewood arrived
here yesterday from British Gui-
ana by the 37-ton schooner “Ger-
aldine H.”, which is consigned to
the Schooner Owners’ Association

The “Geraldine H.” made the
voyage in five days of smooth sail-
ing. Skippers of schooners calling
here recently have been experi-
encing fine weather.



LOST & FOUND
LOST

LOST FROM MY RBSIDENCE on
Seturday the 18th March 1950, one Book
of Irish Sweepstake Tickets, Series KC
10525 to 10536. Eldica Nicholls, Hinds-
bury Road. 30,3.50—In

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or

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Enamel Gas Hotplate with 2 Boil-
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reversible Grill complete with
pan $26.46

Call and see them
At Your Gas Showroom

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eCulleugh : ror 2s: Mrs. | a Cae 3 N f shi Halifax Barbados
Roos O'Beien: Mr, AMO GiBien: Mis_| When the "bus stopped, they were |'3s “aLcoa PENNANT" March 22nd April Ist
Muriel Layne: Mr. Percy Babb: Mr. \Just a few feet away. SS “ALCOA POINTER" : April 7th April 17th
Mead: Mrs. Mead: Mrs. Scott @ on page 8 NORTHBOUND Sailing every two weeks

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The Report on the Barbados

Hallinan, C.B.E., is on sale at the Colonial Secretary’s Office at a cost

of forty-eight cents per copy.



APPOINTMENT OF HARBOUR
BARBADOS.

Applications are invited for the post ef Harbour and Shipping

Master Barbados.

Applicants must be the holder of a certificate as Master of a
foreign going ship, or must have attained the rank of Navigating

Lieutenant or any higher rank in

The post is pensionable with salary at the rate of $3,840 per

annum,

Applications with copies of testimonials should be addressed to
the Colonial Secretary, Public Buildings, Bridgetown, and should

reach him not later than the 30th



Attention is drawn to the Defence (Control of Drug and Patent

and Proprietary Medicine Prices)
will be published in the Official Ga

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ae eneentsmrenttenncm A te LOT ON TT ACER TSE a 4 Astrigent Foundation.
MAXIMUM * i Face Powder (All Shades).
ITEM UNIT OF SALE RETAIL PRICE ‘ - 2 Pan Cake make up Y
setadad ha icestehielisi kittie igh as inst —— oo (all shades) »
Lydia Pinkhams Compound | Small size bottle 99c. wtC«S
cee ee ee 1.70 THE COSMOPOLITAN
Phillips Milk of Magnesia | 4 oz, bottle 36c. - — —$______——
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Atention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)
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Gazette of Thursday, 30th March,

2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of “Beef-Corned” are as follows: -



WHOLESALE
ARTICLE PRICE RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)
Beef—Corned $17.66 per case

of

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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

Applications are invited for appointment to the Chair of Medicine
to take effect at a date as soon after Ist May, 1950 as can be arranged.
The Professor will be Head of the Department of Medicine and will
be responsible in his Department for the organisation of teaching which
is due to commence in October 1951. and for the development of re-
search in this subject.,He will be required initially to assist in the
detailed planning and equipping of the Teaching Hospital, which it is

expected will open during 1951.

in the range £2,000 to £2,500 per annum,
superannuation contribution and child allowances are payable.
furnished accommodation is available at a rent not exceeding 10% of
Applications (two copies), giving full particulars of qualifi-
cations and the names of four referees, must be received before April
1950 by the Principal, University College of the West Indies, Mona, St.

salary.

Andrew, Jamaica. B.W.I.

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| QUEEN’S COLLEGE
ATHLETIC SPORTS

Queen’s College will hold
its Annual Athletic Sports
on Thursday, 30th March,
1950, at 2.00 p.m.

Parents/Guardians and
Old Girls of the School are
cordially invited.

There will also be races for
Old Girls, School Boys and
Little Visitors.













30.3,50—I1n.

| DIXON &
JOUN M.

REAL ESTATE AGENT — AUCTIONEER — SURVEYOR

Phone 4640

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ing. He later got on a_ bicycle
and left for the Crane.

To Mr. Brancker: I gave evi-
;demce on oath at the inquest be-
jfore Coroner Mr. H. A. Talma, !
may have said that one of the
lorry lights was dead centre of the
| road.

Henderson Scott of Lodge Road,
Christ Churen said thet on Sep-



Asents Barbados.

tember 29, last year he had jer YORK aatig
boarded a General ‘Bus by the N.Y. B'dos
Roya! Theatre, Worthing View | SS “BYFJORD" Tth April 17th April
for home. On reaching Maxwell THULIN” . 28th April Sth May
Road and approaching a corner NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
}the driver sounded the horn and ee bid
went around the corner, He saW]} ss «arcoA ROAMER” . 22nd March | 6th April
jtwo dim lights coming towards “ALCOA RUNNER” Sth April 23rd April
| them. The ‘bus stopped, and in ALCOA RANGER 19th April 4th May

ee

ja short space of time he heard 4 CANADIAN SERVICE

jerash. When he saw the lights} sovrHpounp





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PLASTIC CHILDREN’S BAGS $1.92 each in White, Black and Red
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m. for’ Oistins. When the "bus accept Cargo and Passengers ict
s going along Maxwell Road, yom eee sailing Saturday 1st a8. “DEVON” is cheats
ae the Parochial ‘Treasuret's The Schooner “Gerdenia W" will leriving “Drtnidad May ‘eth
| e, he saw lights approaching necets Gila wid. Pemeeaters ine S.S. “CITY OF DIEPPE” sa
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;. Stand still, The lorry struck Aruba, date of sailing will be laser etiotronehistiene ak Tenbdad
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FOOTBALL” °

The Fixtures for the 1950

Football Season can be

obtained from the-Honorars

Secretary, B.A.F.A.— 0. 's ?

Coppin c/o Advocate ¢ (

i Broad Street.

limited number

manuals oi

‘iation

land can be bought

‘ tury secretary t i
ecredited repre

tatives of clubs affiliated:

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The Barbados Mutual
Life Assurance Society

ORDINARY GENERAL
MEETING

NOTICE is hereby given
that the one Hundred aa
Ninth Yearly Ordinary
General Meeting of the
above-named Society will be
held at the Society’s. Office,
Beckwith Place, Bridgetown,
on Friday, 14th April, 1960,
at 2 o’clock pm. for the
purpose of —

(1) Receiving, from. the.
Directors their Report
on the transactions. of
the Society for “the
year ended 31st De-
cember, 1949. sm
Electing Directors.an
an Auditor for» the
current year.

Cc, K. BROWNE,
Secretary.
Beckwith Place,
Bridgetown.

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Spartan Beats
Empire 3-2

SPARTAN defeated Empire three—two in their Second
Division football game at the Park yesterday evening.
Morris scored one in the first half for Spartan and Ainsley
Gittens two in the second half. McCollin scored from a
penalty kick in the first half for Ernpire and Wood sence

the second in the final stages of the game.
Play



100k a slow turn at the
ng As the game
ed d Spartan began to press

g a period of neat con-
the ee area, Morris



J. Gollop
Victrix

ning, 7







ceive a scored a power-
fully kicked "shot from close
udorum
About tire Empire made
J. GOLLOP, 10-year-old of a ia ong
thre: ) I iii-JUCg~
Shakespeare House, won re : guattels-



events at the Christ Church Girls’
Foundation School Athletic
Sports held yevts be ac-

just before half t

of Empire’






claimed Victrix Ludorum y
Tid exvited off the melee ensued in thelr
in the 80 yds. race, Skippin and Ur



awarded a
ollin took a tow
g Atkins

and the Potato Ha
Masefield Hou WZ
House with





Champion > ;
and thé runner uy equalize
speare with 74 point s for-
Division Champions of the me uOUs-
were R. Wiggins (Cla
Moseley and A. Reece iL he secor
J. Gollop (Class III) ttens received
and J, Corbin (Cla tong pi A on the
The Old Girls’ Race was won ‘ight wing and swifti

by Miss G. Jones f
by Mists D. Ags
E. Rollins while tt
was won by Mi J

Presentation of th
was by Mrs. D. G. Lea

The events were

1st RACE. 100 YARDS CLAKS 1

ist BR. Wiggins, 2nd M: Bentham Uraly +t ll
P. Ince. ti

zND —_ 16 FAS OLASS Tt





cock € er tubborr

King.
‘ED RACE 4. YAEDS CLASS 11
Gollop: 2 Wat ,



















M Yarte Ai e yitter
4TH RACT % YARDS CVASS IV be * Crs
ist J, Corb aac i! ‘ , econg a ope
Plinda tr
6TH WHISTIANG RACE CLASS lat ie te
Qt A. Hinkson: 2né A Lome ‘ ‘
Jones we f i tr 5
orn RACE, THREADING THE NEEDLE are We at i e. right a
CLASS TH & Iv in 2 hile “eA # “
itt O. Arche: . -
yergesant mE ece ‘
7TH BACK RACE (OPEN The wer
«i Meco Spartan: Atkins, Benfield, Git
“TH SKIPPING RACE CLARS Tt & TV ‘ , Gitt
; ; i ‘ c *
v onmn, : . ‘
WTR. OWBTACLE RACY, CLASSE I & 1 F 3
it H. Dears , Empire: Archer, Bynoe, Jord
Y. King z Clarke fy yw
orm ¢ Are WING THE TRAIN OFA my RP
lst O, Archer: 2nd € “e
C Watermar
NTH, CATCHING THE TRAIN CLASS 5
iet C. Snmiee nd
Clarke, P * 8
TU al
12TH. VISITORS RACE rinecess
let J, Cox: 2 J. Chelte “e
TH. RACK &% YARDS (OPEN “
MEM, Beware” doa We Filly Beaten
M. Phill pe
HTH. WALKING RACE (OPEN ”
oats x 2nd B W SOR 9
5TH. EGG & BPOON RACF : Ea peu
CLASS I & I i f
Ist B. Blacker Cok 7 ns :
trd J. Gernes : ; —
_weTH HIOn JUMP CLABS 1411 the ix-penny <
a VV. Mow ‘ ve e mi here th
Astiby 4 ft. 1 in. 2 44 Wigs ' tart
11 ine . ASstrakhan starting
TH. OBPTACLE RACE CLASS Mm favourite thoug f
ist C. Waterman: 204 D. Dewe pou
a arke “Vike
lern POTATO RACE CLA‘S I & _—
lst A. Reece: 2 rd Q was won by the fo to one
Waleott hance Letter Box by
ivtHt. te Aa RACS CLASS 3 head < ‘ ¢
let Zz Ge 2nd ” aq rom Liree to me
Curke Record vitl Astrakhan ¢
WH. THREE LEGGED RACE engths further behind. Eighteen
CLARE Tau “ T" Prince ae ae
ist J. Peters-r) H Deane 2n 1 i hie rinces lly Wa
Shepherd, B Waverx % King alway} trailing the leader and
Power sid pull out anything
71ST. THREE LEGOED RACE (1488 IM + ht iss
ist O. Temael, M. Yarde and D Des . e straigt
M. Sergeant: 3rd B Ger iJ. Clarke The "Princess flew Malta
ND OLD ors” RAGE yesterday C ‘ 0 a
1@ G, Jones: 2nd D Agerd. wa t c rda and did no | ner
Rollins horse run
RD HOUSE RELAY RACE —Reuter

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REFEREES IN TROUBLE THURSDAY Mar 2 1950

am. The News: 7.10 am. News
7.15 a.m Sporting Record
DUBLIN Music Magazine: 7.45 a.m
A new kind of strike—includ- : ly Speaking: 8 am. From the

* Baits rials; 6.10 Program ry
ing a particularly irksome form 6 15 rials Th ree" > Ccoaane - on e
of “sabotage’—brought six Trish Listeners’ Digest: 8 4m. Close Down
footbal nennnd kal oon The News; 12.10 p.m. New

Doak 1 referees to grief in , wiysis: 19.18 pm. New Warords
lu in, bm. Observation Post, 1.15 p.m. Radto
The Irish referees striking New re 1.30 p.m. Twke it from here
against the use 0 $ritis} 2pm ne News: 2.10 p.m. Home new
& veel ¥ - € f I Mish fom Britain 7.15 p.m. Sports Review
referees, were attacked by the 2% »1 Radio Theatre: 4 p.m. Th
crowd, which insisted the offitials News: 410 pm. The Daily Service
Wee Slowing Piidtes in an (ee oe Oo.

d chostra DY dsteners wice: 5
attempt to disrupt the the match. pm Programme Parade: 5. p.m

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Yaehting Season will be sailed
on Saturday off the Royal Barbe-
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N B.—The totfowing dates have beer
fixed fer, Regattas:-
7th Regatta Seturday 15th Apr
eth Regatta Saturday 2th April 1950
mn Kegetta turday Sth May 1960
A BANNISTER,

Starter

19%)



G. H. Manning
Defeats F. Barnes

Mens’ Singles

G. H. Manniog beat F. D. Barne
6/2 10/8
Mens’ Deubles
P. K. Roach and J. L. St. Hil
beat C. DeL Inniss and W. Crich-
6/2 6/3

Mixed Doubles
Mrs. R. 8. Bancroft and P. Mc
Patterson beat Mrs A.
Gibbons and C. B. Sisnett 6/4 6, 3
TO-DAY’S FIXTURES

Q
>

Mens Singles
Dr. C. G. Manning v H. L
oppi

Mixed Doubles
Miss A. Lenagan an G.. #1.



Manning vs. Mrs. R. S. Bancroft
and P. Me @. Patterson

EXPERIMENT IN PAINT

AS an experiment with a view
to improving the comfort of pas-

sengers in hot clirnates, the top
urfaces of the fuselage of one
of the B.O.A.C. Argonaut air-

liners are being painted white
It is expected that by painting/
the aircraft in this way its cabir
temperatures while it is on thr
ground at tropical airports wil’
be reduced by

The Weather
TO-DAY

Sun Rises : 5.59 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.11 p.m.
Moon (Full) April 2





Lighting ; p.m.
High Water : 7) a.m., 1.23
p.m.
YESTERDAY

Rainfall (Codrington) Nil
Total for Month to Yester-
day: 1.93 ins.
Temperature (Max.) 84.5° F.
Temperature (Min.) 79.0° F.
we tion (9 am.) E.

Wine vale iy 15 miles per
ay
Barometer (9 a.m.) 30,009
(3 p.m.) 29.928.







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TRINIDAD
DEFEATS
B.G. 2—1

BRITISH GUIANA, March 29.

Trinidad won the intercolonial
soccer rubber today, beating B.G
2—1 in the fourth of five Test
series at the GFC. grounds,
thereby recording their third
victory against B.G., who has one
with one match to go.

Today’s game was packed with
thrills and excitement. It was
witnessed by a large crowd in-
cluding TA.P.A. President Lieut.
Com. C: Hayward who flew over
on Twesday to witness the last
two Tests.

Trinidad scored twenty minutes

after the start of play through
Hinds B.G. equalized the first



minute of the second half when

Parsons the Trimidad right back
scored against his side in an at-
tempt to clear the goal. The shot
went over by Halley.
Trinidad scored the winning
géal 10 minutes from the end,

Lewis taking the shot from close










range.
The teams were as f
Trinidad— Gonsalves

, Gareia, Chariean, Joseph,

Carr, Worrell, Lewis, Hinds and

* Douglin.

: BG—Lewis, Williamson, §
Wiltshire, Parkes, ath ‘
Halley, Harris, Marks, Thomas
amd De Souza.

The fifth Test will be played
1 Friday. (By

Cable).



Cyclists
C an uit

The Amateu c Associ
tion have just made . the foll
classification for local

CLASS “A

H. Staurt, L. Carmichael, K

Farnum, L. Reid, I. Jones Keizet
‘INTERMEDIATE”
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} 1 MONDAY NIGHT
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Come and hear Local Bing
Crosby on the Air and other Locs
Talent on Parade, Danc
Jive by Leroy Layne
stumts by Roy Forde
ing by Roy Straker

A Song to remember” by
Garnett
Music by Arnold Meanwell’s

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Unreserved Seats 1

REFRESHMENTS ON SALr
rs open at 7.15 p.m





come Early & Avoid the rush



truck
after the collision.

and stop the

tne





Chauffeur Charged With Manslaughter

Mr



if “those ‘ot the lorry
noticed bits of glass

when the police came.

To Mr. Brancker: The “bus cid].

not move after the crash. All the
debris that he had -een was on

the right side of the “bus. The

lights that he had seen coming
towards the "bus had beer coming
at a medium speed.

Bus Driver :

Ronald Thompson of Market
Hill, St. George a registered driv er
said he had been driving 4
and had seen two lights coming to-

wards him. He stopped and shifted |

his face to the left alongside the
dash board. At that time the “bus
was stationary. When he first saw




the lights they were about
yards away. They
side. He h
Zot out h
of tne
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jown the road. His lights haa)
been burning after the collision.
He did not know whether the
lights had been

Alongside of the
debris from the ‘bus

He co not remem

Id



me his t
bt us.
about 12 miles an
To Mr. Brancker
eived a summons f
for bad brakes
truck were nor
iazzling nor

the police cz

working

The
Thomas
noe said

he looked

y lower dov
till the
one crash.

BOXING! BOXING!

YANKEE STADIUM,
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TUESDAY NIGHT APRIL (th
At 8 p.m. Sharp

4tr ae HINDS, St
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from 4 p.m, and Sund
ing $9.30 p.m

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ds going all out to please t
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Announce their
FINAL ELIMINATIONS
AT THE MODERN HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM

For West Indian Amateur Championships

on Monday April 3rd at 830 pam
Friday, 70h Apel

"

|

Selected boxers leave by plane on

See our local Champions defend their right to repre pitt
ados against contestants from “
Will. thes te, one

West Indies & British Guiana.
Watch the dark horses who have nothi
in there swinging to displace those email

CHAMPIONS
1, Victor Lovell “usin Ba
2. Sam King th.
3. Darnley Bowen Ra an Gitens

each. There will also be five supportine

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BAT^^^ < \TT •m SDA Chauffeur Charged W ith Maii.laujiiiLr Spartan Beats Empire 3-2 SPARTAN defeated Empire three—two in their Second II the Par* yesterday evening cored one in the first naif for Spa run and Ainsley Gittens two in the second half McCollin scored I penalty kick in the first hslf for Err. pi re and Wood scored these* rial stages of the ^ame. km .rr. *: th* b eginn ing Ai tr.e game twrMiiued Spartan beran to press M -**. Morm 'lashed in to rereive A pass and scored a power'.fjm rtcae range FocAl Races On Saturday The Sixth Regatta of tne .9*0 Yachting Season wan be tefle* on Saturday off th* ROY*. B-rr*tka Yacht Club Steeling tames and handing* are M follows — /. Gollop Victrix Ludorum j i, %  t vents at the Chria*. ChurFoiarvaattrr. School ; %  .lahn*' rrmt • In the 80 >'J raci and th* i • .'' %  Chair,; and th* nmnT up a/ai spcare with wmt! ' • J. Gollop 'Clau I and J The Oki '-. by Miss G. by MK-. D Agard and Mfca wm v Prtaentation of tr,. trophies was by Mr :. M r !• v.at>' 1*1 II W:u am-'hAc* H* ratt i v %  *0 BV t •* l.i : • ir* *>• a > % "-• %  i %  %  r • i M wam-TMwo *( I c LAM I ft It lUrOrmm *>4 A ,-s— • mi mi i mm \MIII A n Id O TTH %  ••• % iSI • "*i *• 1*1 V %  %  in -*r*M<. K M i i i %  ni •% %  I ii" rid fRAI' %  %  0 I Empire made bul due %  • aaanj '-pprtrtyni%  At time, I i took s To* %  4 anc rushed swiftly %  rnents cf '.•.ba!i •. Spar*.?-. srd | %  •Tear i [riav %  span i : Bsaign Jordan I 1 B -Typl ..->'t %  a m r*H 3 a *—, i a R*d I I D • < a i DWUM t a | •.1 D i %  tajaaadaeai I %  KM % %  sa rarip^v 3 a> Y*u>*-' I D tse %M F-fJ B B I • Hi -, &.. %  n ~ 1 Yvtkx B C PITJ Urn 3 3S RM f. Oaaap. X Y0*v D 4 raiiy ConwtU mm %  >".a. .' M Onu C --.-:, 3 43 %  D 1 MrinBb-1 S U C li aeu J Mad B B B | oaaay RaMaK S 41 ran c H. 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A (Jlbbons and C B Sisnett 6 4 8 3 TO-DAY'S FlXTlKI.'t Meaa SinA March 29 Trinidad won the intercokmial %  occer rubber today beating B G 2—1 in the fourth of ::ve Te*: series at the GTC grounds. dstreby recor-:r.g dstt victory against B.G who has one wffA one match to go. Today's game was packed with thrills and excitement. It was witnessed by a large crowd including TAJA Preside:-.: ComCHayward who B :^esda> to witness the las*. Tests. Trinidad scored twenty .nrrctfr 1 %  B-G equaluea the BrM of the second half when Pssrson* the Trinidad right back scored against his side in an attempt io clear the aoal X ent over by Halley. Trinidad scored tne %  goal 10 minutes from the end. Lewis taking the shot from close range The teams were as follows — TriBtSkftd— Garcia. Cnarlean. Joseph %  '. Carr. w B.G— Lewi5. WlHlamor.. W.l'jr.. Halley Harris. Marks, Thomas and De Souca. Tna • Hi test will be : on Ptiaa-. 'By CaMt] Cyclists Classified The Amateur Athletic Association have ;ust man" dassttcation I l-sts — CLAflE H Stsmrt. L Ca m L. Rd. 1 Joner B ..MEDIATE" D Yarde. C Alle>-ne C H %  roster, R Brat* %  CLABf H I % %  *. M. %  D. Trotman. # frern i-c* I -1 the crsass, he got ..%  .the street He was still there %  aen the poocc came. Te Mr Brmncker: The bus cid %  tuiei while it u on th' ground at tropical airports wil' be reduced by 12 to IS degrees -lr E*#T* oroken gUs d remained -.ad been sitting the right side of the also on ."he lorry ( Sasata fore the -t>.. s heavy -ruling eaasassa] g she i: bus went along a %  %  inc -ne and pfttmad an wc*ad :ror '-bus Augusta Bour%  Ta lr. *e*ee: %  %  %  Bees of arias;Tathe f'hirf Jasti. %  seats on the platform. UM A Cousra %  iiness %  Whe*. .; % %  *' -' %  romed to %  %  V proper Opr re iie%  DANCE HIM)MH \U( ( Ll'B %  %  roo NEED THESE FOR THE C^M&fi. White Sharkskin 36" wide per yard._3l83 White Crepe Satin 36" wide peryaid.,.$2 44 White and Pink Crepe Satin 36"wideperyaid._ ii. '"""" n%ja %  ,. <. i^Miwai PW i i„ H N*l**l 1 SO pm T*fc, : P m Th* N* 1 II p in p up BpurU K-.— Kiwi 4 >u p m Th. Duii> •**•-. %  kM pm Tho Weather TO-DAY Sun Kbm : S.5t A.m. PM Ptti .ll p.m. MUOII I ulli AKII I.llhllm | (II um Utah Hater: IP .... 1.23 p III VLSTEKUAV K.intiM H i.dTiinl.in Nil ToUl ror Monlh w i .1. r ds>: 111 Ins. UmrriUr. (Max.) B4.5 F. Irmprr.lure L^CIV N, .CC< ,\-oS fc^f BASASE ~J H£^£?P \ %  "A"^? ITAJST BE W gi *a \^ .^-^aoTsovE. ):our paBgMSf siuidt and *U.MS full >( MROT and viealii. K> IM fa %  ,'< %  (,,. he.ju.( 11 milk prudiMcd under ui saniian CBBtml w SaBBM >rn ^ualiiy. Jun aan uatil >our yoaag.tci Utic. nggggj Ik-he II lo.e 11 and ittme oa H US WORLD OVER I^VMILK ANS TOII HAVI .JUiToS-sii.. that's why children should be given a daily supply of J & R ENRICHED BREAD with every meal liailM! RH I HKI U J. A R. HOHH XNII .1.1111 VKII W" II • can supplff liom /.*PORTLAND CEMENT in P*. *4 * %  FERRCCRETE RAPID-HARDENING CEJBl RED & KHAKI COLORCRETE CEMW in PIP-IP. and llr-lb. I WHITE SNOWCRETE CEMENT in on*j EXPANDED METAL ',-hl.. -in. a 1-ln mrsb Gslr. %  s-ssV. l-in.. 2-ln. & 3-ln. mrsh Irsn B. R.C. METAL FABRIC, N06, 9 4 6S ALUMINIUM CORRUGATED SHEETS EVERITE CORRUGATED SHEET? : Phosr iti: WILKINSON & HAYNES Cl H BARBADOS AMATEUR % %  ASSOCIATION Announce their *•** %  siiMifpiAiieas AT THF HODBW Hrr.H SCHOOt STADaH PW Wr.1 lodtan Ami'.cnr Cmw"** 1 on M.nda. April Srd at t M 1 Sclcclrd boxers lrovr hv planr nn Prid-. •* ripM "HUT,,SM r.ui Io -il Chsmpions defend lheir rujhl 5S*! the win t"'.^.1 a be indies i, BriUlh Oulsna. win "" ." 1W | rj who have nolhlai MJJJ" ^^t olsVJtal 10 .l.'plare Ihost pr*"*' bados ngainst eonteslants from Ui*. Wen Indies it British Guiana. Wateh Thi 'her. CHAMPIONS CON T5^ S |BsPt-l 1 Victor Lovell Urlngston BtS&JrTwIP* 1 2 Ssni Kins "Sussr Ray "••JS,. 3. Darnle> Bower, rUglsn Glrtens (W' |-r Six Rounds each. There will also be five "W^^ round bout... .. -ifrv)l, S-* 1 *' Reserve the dote: MODERN HIGH SCI"*" Bsr. Music Refrtshmsnts. tmtSi PRICES Rmfjude tl 00 Ringcirtle P*^-.* SW* -ale at Modern Hiflh *^4,2?|ar '.' •r Ralph Beard. Hsrdwood AWT—saw* uiorinit Emporium. Prince m. "— y.jjt



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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE mTOBTv— fiaJiib CaUwq MEMBERS of the Spar. lirmonte. president of the Cluh. ;*nil Mr ( r ol the Club, yesterdav afternoon to Cocktails Mr Clairmoi its panvinn the team on Ihdi I960 G I tomorrow and Mr. C. dt Walcott is a member of the W.I. team U) England. In Honour of T HKRI vm i i la: T IE Duke and Duchess Windsor, whom it is strong! of rumoured will soon be goins to England to settle down. ii to settle down. DUKC. former Governor of the Uanamas, recently visited Mexico with the Duchess. Sold Ibeir House M IGRANTS to JaniciK.i BM Lieutenant General Cyril Durnford and his wife. They have sold their house at Avening, In Gloucestershire. C,< ford, who is 58. was in the Indian Army. His wife i> daughter of Mr. H. M. Brandon of Kingston. Jamaica. They were man. la,;. General Durnford n Keen on Fishing M kC^iALTEH l T^runio, Canada c-me out to Barbaooa %  > over an Granada aft**" spending two at the Crane House Club he retavped iva**c to comj %  • ast night al the -. club House in Qua i i i \a of 111 Cl rdt Walu '* i Mpuiin "[ ine s ( ai tan Ci i k'-: i Bal of the W st rod. %  .ifollowed by a dance honour of Mr. Everli : the famous International Cricketer, This dance was given by the members of the Empire :. Evtrtoq is a member. Dt ... .:.. %  with the other DMmbef ol West Indies team tomorrow. Charter Flights T i Charter %  /uela to i ne on the 5th and the the 10th April, by Venozolan.i ." .i Ven\ I line, which I to Pan A These DC Br aircraft % %  Ian Tourto Barbados to spend the reek-end here i un yeaan lH arranged. nasMnt C* ol to. on ft %  will do so. Spent One Month M R. and M' • lt.gh. Jnr. of Pittsi: V, I.A. yesterday morni: B, Brazil" for th<' •pending a month's h >Hday %  Worthing Guc't House. Mr IfeCullougn told Carlo that it was their second visit to the : Island, having been here last year I about the same time. They had I enjoyed their stay Just .. as on the first occasion and regretted having to leave FO soon. They expect to be back next March. Wonderful Climate M R. and Mrs. CHARLES GUNDY, after three vraekl m "this wonderful climate." n turned recently to Toronto T i second visit to Bat and /.ley spent it at Sam Lords. First Visit Here M R. and Mrs. S. K. KhanKernahan of Port-of-Spain Trinidad, arrived in Barb;. uriiiy by B.W.I.A. on their ilrst holiday visit to the island and laying at Supa ii. i, M A proprietor and B accountant of Mason's Ltd.. of I'ort-or-Spain, Mr. Khan-Kernahan said lhat he believed, the island could do with quite a few ismall Industries, rather than have to depend on sugar, their main industry. His wife and he had paid visits to several interesting spots in the island like Sam Lord's Castle. Bajhsheba, the Crane and St Philip's Light House and they hoped to visit others before returning home. New Appointment T HE Rev. R. McCullough. who bean in Trinidad for %  tcrday by B.W I \ I %  thodlst Churcl ; : lad by his wife and the well to meet them. Lib i. .. ,n nme tor caster nols. k ..it-til blKaiaaWM . i3 n i • lauuug pan £Mwnwvaa Dan wui be leaving on fti % %  "Colfito" Delayed T QMBH I %  %  %  I i.llliKI ...'. %  %  tseutt. ...,-,. will be In i %  uboul L. A. S-ggiealieid nOpM to Join ...em oi. lung leave after he at%  the ICA.O.I nfen Havena /Vprii and % %  til pi Mlfc. Eggl* %  %  On Honeymoon M i I r.'iv bj B V. I A %  IB t,nid.u 01 t(1 Ieavp *"*& '" %  %  of Hi** last) Itta Uieli ritWn-yeai old soi Crajjjeigi. School. Returning to Barbados C AR IB loam Mr. i>< i lar West In Like A Dream .-on 0J .. will Vfll %  .rning to Barbados m -*' to join the staff of the II Mutual Life Asauranci %  U.'l.-:. %  arms as he. no doubt, will their i 1950 cricket season v. ..• Polo 1 i be glad to I %  .. %  in Tnnldad. A* a mat-.. %  *ing him a trying his hand at I Geologist On Holiday M R. ana Mrs. James Milne Inally of Toronto, Canada, but now residing U1 /ueia. arrived hew B W I A. for a holn %  A BBOiOflSt emploved v Petroleum Company in : golf player and a member of Tri Country Club Venezuela. Hi> wne .mil be I rnanj games of golf .it the Rockley Golf al ciub since then arrival Expected Shortly T HREE raemb i I University College to arn, Thoj are Mi P. U Sherlock, Vice Principal ol U i I 1 %  PI i .1 20 the i %  HI 17, \ Paii> will levEmpln Latin \ %  %  on Tuesday, April 18, and audience Of H 1 -.! %  %  fntransit M il. A. Id. ORIPPI1 I tared Accoui I \. from Jan.. : I %  %  t, look after the un He iI BY THE WAY *, BEACHCOMBER W EARING a n ..1 wrh lantern-grey i %  crisped arlth and a yellow frogskin pocket shot with buffled shantung and trailing serge u I kinny mannequin .i half-dead reptile the dais The young Comb Lapaix turned lo hi %  .-. That is the ,; pered. At thai vo shots rang out. Five tunes the mannequin ducked—then a sixth shot. Angry voices nUngh the ecraami of worn.' propr.. rder "I-ock all the doors." cried a tall man with a broken "Guard the windows." shouted an old lady whose dog had bitten her hai remained ci: i hand. A I lhr\ \n I hi InWr Wm A N %  %  : % %  %  %  the pump. .rc-gauge. I %  Strabismi. of his i %  %  %  only bj I %  lips, will come .. ... said Ransj i Is a n lod blowing steadily up from the %  %  ihrene out ire hay %  he said, as he estl a the moon. Ih tmi^i'il Ihiy Dreaming L sTHfG 0 HM I I HtfT al I i private enb ... I an Amerb is to include In 11 un a course in ordei that %  the art of doing notbj ... doing of nothing, so that thousands, at a word of %  ol communal It I For Your Table EHNN1'' KV1WI —' %  •-1< .1 I ^Uinlf^. Slrrl I'l.ATH) IPOONi M I In Urn. -< n v IPOONI PLAID POMU lU lilM in; i vi> Dm i i II i II -lir Id SUinlru M.rl I I I CZECHOSLOVAKIAN CUT GLASSWARE TIMBILRS :: i :; OBAMPAONI i't MIIKKV :: IMM I II I llll I IK "Strelts" And Straws r Spring ItS Jo in I rsKiii. WHY is it that few hat manufacturers seem to catdt for the young, attractive girl with a lar^cr-than-average All too often larger si'.ed hats are designed in plain, matronly styles, quite unsuitable for a youthful face. black felt crown and side movement. The felt part can be in any colour; the straw part In live colours. the showrooms of J realised this Deed for lai The exquisite and improbable %  v and the ,i only be admired bj the majority of women. above their %  i Hat= Llnuieu had one of the widest have yet seen. The i: %  i £2" His. %  I rued with rUiings, 0ft I tin^s. They have some fifty %  every colour. ( %  popular as ever, whether I* is the flannel or the clear grey Popular ty to the d following this Although the nev .me shade, %  %  their choice %  it they like • Do you know what combination for I eadweei felt, and si eJned this I one In smooth i For those in tropical COD there were large picture which gave adequate shade to the back of the neck. New Hats Most of the beautiful straw used for the new from %  I land. Although hardly distinguishable from the thing, it is in fact a synthetu product. The most attractive type plaited varletyi which i >'d for a boater sitting well back on the head. Thai nothing appealing about boater sitting straight on top ol your head, much as Paris may ada you to thi Irary. The one I saw was In contrasting colours, %  dark 0 i lighter straw for the Inhich gave it a dOUbl* Two hats followed the popular 'little boy" trend. "Urchin"—only suit short hair-cut, and the other was "Corvette, a man's cap pulled down to one [ Wl that there is no clear and i hue tor the new aaaaoi majority of hats are small, but they vary from the clocl i to the beret, from boniii1 ting forward on the met aheipea with a sweep down one side. If none of the CRYPTO**; OTi:—Here's how to :i if \ \ \ t> L B A A X %  ii 0 N 6 1 I i. i i> H On, : tndi for another In t for the three L'a, X for the two O's. etc. ftingl trophies, the length and ton Each day the cods letters an difl i A Cryategnaa ({uuution H z M r LI x >; W 1 P f o I NFL J B S J 2 V N P TI Z W T II H JXFS MX H T N Cryp t iaai f e: EVERY MAN BUNG VI I %  ED AND CARELEfU Of THE i EMPIRE THEATRE B.. Baoma UIHil UK.IHIH \ .ilium o DANOOHl WISI'lll and HEliMWL IK1HW .l.i MVKCII. al 830 Pm Bux OBec i pens Thursday 30lh, 9 am. I'KH I.Box,-, B.M, Out Bill |LM, Balront SI.M, Hoiur 1!c. WHITFIELDS BROAD STREET DIAL 4220 Mrs. Housewife! Make baking a pleasure .... FALKS KEROSENE OIL STOVES—2, 3 and 4 Eurncr Mod OVKNS Singh and Double I'AKKON DOVER WOOD & COALS STOVES 6, 7 and 8 MIXING BOWLS-EARTHENWARE. ENAMEL and GLASS VENWARE ALUMINVM BAKING PANS :INIM KG BEATERS, MEASURING SPOONS Oblainablc al our Hardware Department:—: DIAL 2039 BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE! COTTON FACTORY LTD. .our liking, there are boa-.> uge ; Feathers many era are o :h> eategoi rimming". / spray of straight %  md grey fStl ig out from the side of a hat ,!ural heron. A long thin %  snt. A magpie wa for a bottle green sweep of feathers, shining blue in the light. The only dlltV %  mown coq Ui!. Il that eat hers have a shar; ei them, and curve below tinbrim i hit as if nature had Intan lethem for Just that purpose, Ostrich feathers, instead ol left in their natural •ad the stitched down, giving a smootl %  ne to the feather. H you graylah-blui r dipping gracefully from .he siiiti i .i iat, m uld 11 you did. what would your reaction be whei: you wen told it was vulture'.' Several hundreds of women no* have their new hats tastefully Itad with the feathers from this bird of ill-omen! 1 might add lhat it hi an txtrasnaty pretty feather. ja 1 J i I is 6 ~i I rr IJ 15 II •i 7 18 1 50 1 2I 2i % %  .4 .' \, I,,.. Sort or tropni> to get in rut [Ml ctu.-actertttlc ststt lor %  -vne %  c ol imuic. <41 _iU 14) turn ot the aicuttu. en nay M aiven ny red uiLlc, (5) S3. Bebr-*Mr. (0) Now kere U % :-.?w prrnx. (3) Beam* lough to MU stUs lood. n D^a .'hers a gotf Dtil oeMn dWappftn :romifht. (5) A y and Thun-l., Vlifc. u^T* ^ HOUERT Nl 1 V MIDDlxfoif 0 1 "SNOWBOUND" P L A Z A TO-DAY 5 .mo * DB ,,:>:i:i, fOn EK-ITINO aSlM. IWMI\ FOII TIIOIBLE wmi llcl.uul DANTYNE Anflrr* KDfQ | MIAIO\V or % irajaamj y DHL 8J04 lit i*, Ml The poftUntn '%  reputed to repeat Ul. (6t %  a. (4) ilnd answeta to AIB I'm. itti i i %  ttaos. i4i % %  i i. (4i Scent 0l '' %  ••' Hai>miL'-/ i4) >. Ul GLOBE LAST SHOW TO-NKiHT. S.M JOnNNY WEISS. -unsleJim'' ir. .. Tft THE LOST TRIBE THE WHOM: rows-s IAI.KIM; OF "MR. EMMANUEL" SI I \S|| linn lUM \| HIE miiiHi M irw: for (Jie economicaj culling ol all Ijndi ol 5101 and sh/ub. /( can easily be handled by am * Used all over the woild tor %  Paries Go// Courses Estates Orchards RoadtUt V*P lLA.\TATIO.\S LIMITtD .Agents Use LIFEBUOY TOILETSOAt Nothing could he simpler than 2 frequent jsh niih Lifebuoy Toilet Soap —vet it fresh the whole daw J-c that deep-cleansing lather 0UI weariness is washeJ lm. leaving a treshncss that lain. FOR PERSOIS IX FRESHNESS U


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!" r -I HSPAY. MARCH 3 % % %  <>. ili:,ii BARBADOS \DVOCATE PAGE nVE Chauffeur Charged V^ith Manslaughter Assize Case Resumes Toda y CHARLES LASHLEY, 30-year-old chauffeur of v. T-nd. Christ Church, : manslaughter vesJiHlav as the March ItU liana s, -__ Grand Sessions Uiston between a lorry drive, by the accused and a *bu y Honald Thompson lent Augusla Bourne, h %  1 btl hie. The arident oc urrrd on ike mornins or Sept. -9 last ytu •Till before 3 *. m a,^^ %  on ' party of about ?•> hawker* whom lhtruck wa brinclng to ihr Oft %  in Cattymore, cnief Ju.1 .. jver the Court. L ifiended by Mr. J. E. f. Brancker ease for the Crown is % % %  % %  1 '••-' Died 09 Hi n n .£> Solicitor I Hearing of the case continues The Story The Prosecution's first witness, Edward Bourne of Silver Sands. ba was the father of ilourne. He last saw her on September 29 at the General Hospital She was living. Half an hour later he heard that she was dead. He identified the body rd. Bourne said that his daughter was a hawker and was bom In 1898. Poor Brakes Mr. A. Famum, inspector of vehicles, said that 00 S 29 he was called at Maxwell Hoad at about 7.50 a.m. He saw a I lurry on4&a road. The 1 (acini the City and direction. He examined the bus and lounu the rifht iront fender and cage damaged and the bnokon. Debris was scattered around the 'bus. He tested the vhMi chair twice a day/ after l r ^cs of the'bu. and found them breakfast and lunch. He said thai in P r condiuon. the -ood although prepared in diBerent way is quite tasty. terday George Harvey Charged WiiH Murder G EORUt: HAatVKl was charged baft re 1 fip Mr. H. A. Talma ... of Heumai f/esuiuiy Koad — %  > % %  m ^t April 5. nunte was stabbed in "i % %  >• P.m. on Itootuj and war admitted to the U Mie.-i ri '•" %  '"fc"' W i died about 23 ajn. Uie foileving morning. -| AM FEELING 1 gratelul to the persons and tat Navy League who have sent me books, magazines and (lowers to cheer me up." Those won'-'' were spoken by London llrcman Francis Ellas (Jack) Neighbour who is boapltalucd here after an operation was performed on his right foot when a flUed oil drum roiled over it while he was on the Anglo Saxon oil tanker %  Thelidoeius". jack was taken up to gery on Tuesday for another (jmnnf. and inspection to his foot Hi saia that he was told that there* are no signs of gangrene and the healing is quite satisfactory. A ikUi grafting may soon be attempted. There are five vaaef in Jacks room and they are oil filled with beautiful flowi n Jack letter from his mother over the week-end and has written to many of his friends m the U.K. He ta ..JW moving amund on a THarT OF STt*DE\ Be laricuttura come to study Barbadian mcthn.. gfc M, Director of Agriculture (sixth from left) ahoci %  :day it the lorry an eggs were scattered about. Te Mr. Rraacker: brake marks of the loci: road. I did not see an] shells near the 'bus Bu> Conductor Ebasoi IrUBi ductor of the General Motor Bus Co. said that on Septerwas the conductor on motor 'bus M-361. The bus left Bridgetown for Silver Sands at 4.45 a m. Along Maxwell Road hi light of a vehicle apprc 1 the left side of the 'bus. The driver of the 'bus -topped and he suddenl. swerve to the rig road. Shortly ;,::_ (rash .uid tftei cnmpartmeri torn down. He the early ba served right Mdo to .see what had :nned the lorry. He found the front pan of in* platform '.csted the braJoM of the lorry and founu them in bad condition. He said that he carried out a road test of the 'bus and at a speed of 20 miles an hour on application of brakes, the bus travelled 31 feet before stopping Ho pointed out that if the bruko wen ;i i'ood condition. .,1 M Ida wouio >l>ed within 19 feet. He also carried cut a road test of the lorry. At 20 miles an hour on application of brakes, the lorretted i-9 fee: 11 loeha before stopping. He investigate^ a -FINE OF 30/to be paid in A 14 days or in default one month's topritonmarit was imposed on Charles Squires of Mason Hall Street and Seibei t Cadogan of Slavs Hock by His Woi H. A. Talma yet'' They were found guilty of stealing a quantity of sugar valued at lOyfi the property of M. L. Harrison of Fontabelle. The olfente was committed on March 28. F OR HIDING the motor cycle P-295 on btation liiil Ho-v. without duo can uon lor persons using the aama road on December itt, Josepn and found out that the maste of Bushy nder, which holds the fluiPhilip, was lined 20/and 1/for the brakes, was not buUdin costs in 14 fiayi tu m od the brake shoe Bt by His WOT! b H. A. Tauna yeltiua\. I Cpl Bralhwaile. Police Pho1 tosrapher, next described th* W INSTON BOWEN of Black picture* he had taken of the Hock, was lined 15-ba u collision to the Jury, days or in default one month s im1 pnsonmen; b> The Doctor H. A. Talma yestertUj indecent language on black Hock. > iimei HaU Plantauon. St. Andrew. The lorry was being driven to Bridgetown laden with bags of sugar wnJ I tarpaulin. The tarpaulin Hicks fell to -i 1 while the lorry was moving. I EON J(M B Church wai admitJ dttained at the aaTuesd j ivhich h *u cutting fell and broke his foot about 3.30 p.m. A DOUBLE KUOI I.I) shingle house owned by John Branch of Horse Hill was comPiettiy oectroyed by lire yestcrM>' about 12.1.'. a.m. The house "insured and the origin unknown. THKII. Q| UtTEM Of 0 trash field was bum! bg Wirleigh plantation, St. Peter on raaaday, New Head For Cable & \\ ireles8 Ltd. •evn appointed Managing Mr. John Innes. C !(.. who ratine from that post on March 31. Ma; 01 -General Leslie Burton. noils, aged 54. re tir ed Federation Necessary TWO members of %  etarday told U cate" that they considered th-? '. • Indies a most necessary thin*, but that ultiea to be overcome before it become a reality er said that the fed^om'iureetor L ra 1 i **u P • %  scl out ln ,h •hrdtad in, \, a *d i Since then he has 1 ""* Within hii opinion the grea.raal and nri the West 1 %  ;:-.,' nitai ing the Seconn pened and saw the damage to the 'bus. He later dtaO %  light he had seen wt a truck. It had stopped further down on the left side of the road. He went towards the id took the number. He said fiiat the lights of both vehicles wire still switched on was dark. The 'bus was making the first trip to Silver : eople In the road. To Mr Rranrkrr: In before the travelling at about 20 %  %  an hour. The 'bus stopptxt abou' two seconds before the Impact After the accident nothing wa* •emoved until the Police arrived The light of the vetald bog was coming at abou the same speed as the 'bus wa' •ravelling. To 11U Honour: The ** a treat step toward* od without • .bilitv ol the color. %  1 a nothing He felt with \v rolonies so far apart, there woul<" be great difficulty in reochim their ol. • 10 \^ ill Study Barbados Agriculture Mr. C. Lynn. Acting Professor of Agriculture at Trim.'. .ege of Tropical Agi.culturv. and Mr. Humphrey Web). Senior Lecturer at the Collet c arrived from Trinidad yesterday by B.W.I.A. accompanied by aftgQI students who are training to be Agricultural Officers in the Colonial Agriculture Service They are at the Imperial College on one year's post graduate course ana they are in Barbados lor about ten days on 1 "Study Tour", to learn about agricultural methods here. at at the airport by Mr. C. C. Skeete. Director' of Agriculture and other members of Uie Department of Agriculture's surr. The names of the students are. F. J. Carver. P. L. Hotchin. A. S Mac Donald. J. H. Mubum S S Parker and R. E. Rowc, who are from the Colonial Office — General Agriculture — in the U.K.. (i K lii-ham from New iniinci and S. EL K. Herring who is from ranad* They arc all staying at the Hastings Hotel. CROP MAY LAST UNTIL JUNE %  -r's sugar crop wlucn started late Janu.n j Mpacted %  Palght last until Mag or early June, the Advocate" learnt from the Agricultural IV1 day. At present than ua -'* rtcuui 1 pan factories producing sugar. 11 small plants making far es and one small plant makins miucovado sugar. The latest official estimate with regard 10 the n of sugar is 140.000 ton-* up to the end of ftbrueJrv, Apart from 00a downs, the fac.vnes are running satisfactorily There's a lot of BEEF in a little BOVRIL h Maj Oea \|< lllll.l.s :' %  He wa! Sugar Leaves For London About 2.350 tons ol Hlltf anil quantity of tw '•*• %  l( | Rround Kri'l.iy evtnliil J:\,; TiipH" (4.411. ton 1 '.Jon. / m por*. a' daybrrak lesterday to bl inK of thicaiflo. Mesani. Uf Cctlt Co Lid. arc the \f II %  1 U • IT WlUdn %  II back lo hull tcmeiil !<> UM In this hat thi' 'l'j> nu WHAT'S ON TODAY Court .,1 (.r.ntl Section, J! 100 4.,,, Mrrliiu or Christ I hurc h Vctry at 2.0 p.m. Alhl.11, SporU at Quern'.. lollcic at 2.00 p.m. 'Mlball. Kcii.ini.n.11 at 5.00 Pan. Mobile ( inrma. M AuauaUnc'l R„,, >,hool !•-"re. St. Gcorir at 7.30 m pilal. ioy he pcrlorm. paat niortcm ex i m l Mtt O n on pltal. Bdward Bourm idcntmcd the body. . i that In his opinion Aunusla Ilourne was about 50 aead lor about 4) hours. The body was well nou.. '-' told "} e •.he various discoveii*'! .. .^ i • I '"' '" bil ophllOB "ouriie died from • i haemmorhase lo ow%  kul1 %  other multiple ML.-iiremcnW I Gill said that on September 29 at about Mi went to Maxwell Boa,i With him l'.C. Sarjeanl 1U MV two motor vehicles drawn up on the road. He took measurements in ine „.,ver ollhelor"' ,.^ m of the dn> Id Thompson „ed the posuons „cles lo the Court, arid pointed out mat the lorry w l„d with se.U to anjP^" ,,, pool of blood „ under the right rear "' fast rote with the lorr.v which had rsscngers on the platform. A iL-lurinaM Oliilmir* Sir John HUIMHI Irllow of OdOlli INK Mattel occurred last mtht John llutson. Kt.. O H F... I inded in action F.C. l'dot in Omni ^i< BHRIII MMi'd uir Wrst Indies early in IMS aud toured Hie ..rea an.jioit.nled by A. G. 1.. Ituuiila-. I.sq., Im lalwaal tttUUSOt'i i"l "l' 1 r.un Head llllne. Ini. | niilrnines were held with l.uvenimrnl Administrai || .MUI of the larier island, the General waa uai il.-d to .tddrrss lo. >1 ( luini ( iimmerrr on the I .nnu.i.v I l".• I<> David Callendar. a that on September 20 the 4 45 ua. '!> %  nade to go to Oistlns. About live boarded the he got near Maxwell i %  %  The ln sa-denl) .anw lo a standstill. When he looked up „, v. the driver. ,... ,,..L. !" "Xlior" his rompartment lie al..i MI.-M ,1 is acting 111. %  When the iBOKl 00 •bu. wai not moving Up lo UM time II'..thing from UV A Paanisr Kenneth Walcott. a Chauffeur •aid that .ai September 20 he was • oa page I NO ELECTRICITY CUTS hag inlorn fr but thu ha* alu) Iwen den VI). BA. II H. C M I) IMI mca i.itiif Bai %  Pirn %  I Bl %  i UM lata i i if whom held distinguished [icsitions in the Empire H hmthei Sir A llutson was a Colo-I ill othai i Antigua und Archbishop of the W< diea for some educated at bodge School. Codnngton College and proceeded to Itiinbuigh ubivarsbM, He returned to Barbados in 1H8S and t the Barbados General Hospital. trad a* Public Health Inspector and Poor Law .,i;.! whan tho OAM -it chief Madleal Officer was created, ha BCtad in that capacity for son %  He was appointed a member of latrva Council in 1M0 and served a* a membei "I M iOd for some ... anted Barbados at the Of Mi Ma.' mttl be resigm-d OS the Ix^gUlallve Council, he was Chairman of the v Empire ParliaAssociatlon. He was twice married and widow, Lady n nipathy will be We havi less] i Baauttful iasortrnetrt <>f LEATHER NOVELTIES Bud Painted) With the Crest of the INIVF.KSITV 1(11 .. II INDIES and .ilso with the Cm HARBADOS I nto to that friend abroad or at I. HANDBAG PURSE IKK IK MAKKKIt POCKET KNIR in cage) SHOPPING PUHSE KEY ASK LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOK SHOPPING LIST ^^ HAIIt Ojupg POCKET MANKUHE JIPP PURSE t2 kinds) STAINIXM KNira In case i"OMII (In cate) SHOE HORN (in cae) SEWING SET [RAY PURSE (I kinds) FOLDING: ItL'LE •,SE MANICURE SIT HATCH BOX ('OVER i ARD CASK MAGNiriER lin eaae) COMB I NAIL Kll.K TOBACCO POUCH (ZIPP) asc) POCKET WALLET CIGARETTE CASE BPP .lAl.l.Krs (with the Map of Barbados. Uhgsj IVindom BRUCE WEATHEIlllllll LTD. Head of Broad Klrrel Bovnl Is the toncmrrattd goodness of beet, sod you only need %  link Borril to give your meat dishes %  lot of flavour. .. a lot of tppctising tastiness Your family will ctnoy Borci dishes sod you will rnioy making them because they are sera toplease. Alwayi bSTe Boni >n the house, aind dnnkh daily. Remember BOVRIL makes excellent sandwiches, and improves all dishe*. , EPHEDROL quickly relieves COLDS and CATARRH It .Icars the nasal pasnsaai t> rrmiui' stutfiin**. and the dteresuriM conditions of heed I olds and catarrh. ITif patai M nasal applica t ion bottle iInnnltaly better than spray or dropper, snd can be carried onvcnientl\ in handbag or pOCatCl "iihout tear of leakage. D I ivcrpool. Englsnd Obtainable from >i! lrug Stores; KNU.IITS LTD.. AGENTS A IIISTKIBITURS. I THIS CHAP LOOKS PLEASED WITH LIFE HE SMOKES "DOBIES" FOUR-SQUARE PIPE TOBACCO. i Try thvHv fi,r yt,ur cushions, mri and curtain* LION CREST PRINTED CASEMENT 45 IN -.d. p.. ,d 99c. & 11.00 LION CREST PLAIN CASEMENT M ,d. p.. yd_.~ ji.or, klue, l.ose. Green. Ma toon and Chaiuy „!,,• """" FOLK WEAVE <• %  w,de par yd .$1.26 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street CHECK UP!! YOL MAY III Ol llll -mil OF llll SI ITKMS VALOR STOVES—3 Burner* \ \I.OK STOVI S—Prcuure tvpe ni.ow TORCHES I l.i I I KIC VUl.CANISKKS (STENOR) I I I I IICIC HOT PLATBS (Single and Double Burner.) ELECTRIC FOOD WABMEB8 READING LAMPS OAStDI s llii'.l AUTO PL'MPS— Iliind .ind Fool ALTO TROLBI.E LAMPS \~ni SKIS ton i'j" COTTON WASH. ( VI II: I VHIS und TUBES M CRSSOBUS BICVCLI:S-ll,,„|es and Plulli,,, HILLSIDE PLOVGH8 ICOIIIIM TIIO.M I %  ia. COURTESY GARAGE DIAL 4391



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,\ncir r *".n. n,Y MAiieil* •:'.... 1950 CLASSIFIED ADS BARBADOS ADVIKWTF. PAGE SCTEN ,. redder*. • 1st-' &* %  %  11? fun*"' -1 1 •"*; •H HIM %  sainner. Phone *OM 19334. Chauffeur Charged W itli Manslaughter i MC-OHIAM ..ii in,,. M-JM rr or •! .flTTi m ' 3 "" >. SSTL: ;>n"vk > !" i? 7 "">• In I'arlMc K.i r M** %  * SALB P— —r T^! MV In good condition. An* M ^ MlM-tln. %  ***rr Don** Oir SuitabU C**'-JSTv v '" rV*-up omri:-wrhiii st nei -„ ," %  jgS S-':,,';,-v. Ml M 2., cHuwmn, umwta co Th-r* •x-dnmna. fully furnlahed A.,I .I, %  .. [, Beard. Hardwood Alloy Phone ***, V 3n M 3 ;*_tp ****^h**m Cylinder. 14 11 P "t^SiAU. veering whrt. hxrt^STful to :ugr-a twnpart^ %  IvllW mile* <•"* IW — >0 s.'rr.i j*C lAPiOORAM-Wilh Autoiiia*i-rt Cnanger m rxcnilrnl rondl. At Ralph Beard* Auction L. ^iwc< Alley. Phone 4SS3. Thor Cloth*" Wi.il.Ing I7V*1W Pr CtoUiM A Dlw Waal". u-^irM We have found be*l afle %  a. MI uvd asoroad Some of the .irl' R^iMHlki a yr— .* %  SSacwcnucAi^co^^ pnwcui IrrtU-ODe Germ Three *""?* %  *•*, m pertel condll*on H*mUle EL. A|r to McCurtnry l*^vi %  i^_ ii t\ib# BOA. Floor Modal ETrWiap* BocinMW. Britton* Hill ifcyi TPT further ltvlormlIon Wt^iTFO sHnoCropnrr. Hour* 30 to t SW> WMWMI M In* gflM, M i v TUTOR to tMch two rhlldrvn J,M10 Wrtto IUCK90M. P^^n ^i '* UACU. bictoilnc Photograph Ml.W -fc. LMMEprA-Ha,Y Ql cuok 7 Hou* Pmrlour UMd to SO vmr. old ""! ^ ^V rtorr ana h*%* . movners. Apply 7 to 1, „. e ^U Pbt i Codnaetor. llili TWpnor **** 30SK.-:, MISCELLANEOUS COAT On* Warm Coal to Bt chl!flthleen month* Banwood 2ITJ. W.l SO—,v Wanted to Buy JOLVEH.V GOOD WORK (or ir-jl 1 ?!S£ %  "! ,, %  r r4 u '*" ,or Hoiawhol DM %  JO 3 STAMP?-A11 kinds ol Uted PMia| Stamp* at liuneW**t Indira SUUTID CBay *rrrt. nr:dp-town. B IHrfti |1 j o j so* 3n IMWI II M I III uc INT. aa Slnxrr Treadle %  > condition. Rnatwofiri T "' 3 3n %  n iHJLTV-PvJre brad Plymouth Roc% %  • din old pho"e TWO 2M 3.5-3n 0CELLANEOUS I-A'U.TITS Wtuch will dr mi can be i>otatnrd from %  on A Oo. You can art It various colour* I and other nupriaea I^ok nuckinf nrn and Ihr little ia (h* rajr. „nr .iltr* the taon* Toy Drpl h— lham. 10 3 St~-*n IDItA A :-D ' Gjrafe Ud Phnnr HIS .3 MBn aLVAMSEO ?1PE. HEUE' ltolf-...C> T*o..vft mivimtrd wpe. 28c to tl Ot *M A BARNES ft, CO LTD 25.3 SB— I ( n I PIPES A P1TINOS. Hlie :>.. Ilk, 2 ; 2',. 3. A 4 fnen i Tn* Co., Trafnttar St It 3 SO l f.n PLVANISB SHEETS In 34 and V %  ML, t. €im. Bit mid Bit. Irntnhi %  MH itral pla'.ra 1 lit. 1 8 '.. %  aM 11 In varlou•!" Enqultr Tyrt Compiiiy, Ti-fi,-Irr* 1 3 50—t l.n ".£25 "*' ll > r *rnd by obtolnuif ordai for private ChrUtmaa Catat froi %  our frtonda. No prrvloua nDfrieni nrrrwary. Wnto today for beautiful fre S*mpl* Book to BrtUln'* lwrrtt u.. I .lemon Publlahan: hlfheal commlaaiomarveitom money maktni opportunii) l> niCOROS YOU WANTED%  f_r her* and they"re keen • %  MtUri and Bint r*..rda, Rhuin%  c. lonundo Roaa, voca>|a by An %  Ihtart, U11U Drothrn etc ALL l-RRSOWS. VTR.MS AND COV I'ANIGK rarr>-ntc < Btoertlei of the aaC '_. for the purpoae of Awi ment Such peraorat. Firm* and Corr PMiira not complying with the proviaHn ot the anid Act Incur B penally DC . amber IanStreet. BrldKetown. without u*lv. .„ ti. Ihr Vmry may proceed with the btumra*. By Order, %  O RF-nMANClark. St. Michael a VeeU? -v IB PIBLH SAIKS Ltelfucuotu I will tell at Cable and >ard. St Lawrence Oan. on ftT^, ""' **b March, beainnlnc at ^J !" ." "llection of Short Pine •Bt limber, *veral block none*, I Pin* Tabka lulUble fm _T '•• %  • %  M or making ichool !" wt 10 ft long m a ft. wide rapbaard 7x3 ; cha.r.. boxea, (Si %  t*J Lawn Mowen. Mi l 2 eel unk o**aaclty ISO "tBti "" %  <" i"W^tTERMS CASH DARCV SCOTT. "ii'iri n ;n,l ructed to aril on tha £>• WUtam H,„., s„„, „„ "J ~ W, M. re K ., 1 o'clock. ft;'*"" Mcc* COO.I.U 3 %  MIS L M ""' •"" D'ARCY SCOTT. *JUJite Aucuonocr. PLESTATE Iff !" <"T ,;„ „ *jra^ !" ">; covered with ulvih""i^, H 1'"lclon. No D AH( V *iCOTT. ,J !" ~)>< ir. I.nfc, St W •""• %  >****• ISIS. 1 ""' "~ '— %  iJrljcMillor. |, Archie Ckvke pr->nc mia ir. B i£ r %  TS" ,h *<• %  > BVK* ~S? l f "1 CHA" S IHT.."!" '" t.* n.o Und > "• MM CMrk" L "Kiooed end nc^. NOTICE HARnAnOS. IN THE AhtllKTANT CO I KT or \rrnAi. Re Workmen-(V>mpen*atl labour er wa* injured by falling •tone* over hanging the quarry in which he wworking and died aa a. rwult of the MI injurle* and that Cofltpenaauon h* been paid Into Court. All the Dependant* of the ahnre ..-•ned .Uceaaed -re herehv*r*qu.red V apnamr at the above-named Court or Weo^eaday the Nh day of April IB* at IB n clock a).m :..t.-i %  Mi .!*• ed IflnB %  '%  •' T V (JIlJiES Aa. Clerk A C A •ft wfr n HSO> ti The public are herein warned again glean credit to my wife IAW JORDAN inee. Murrelli a* I do no* rmyeeJf reepruvible for her or • n an rla* contracting any debt or Uim*BY I0PD St l"niliP 79 3 SB—an Pnklie Salea-Conld. • Owngra" Aanncution Tapti. 4,411 ion* %  %  f'orn Anturtw. Agan*" < i %  II II in %  I M-i.-i IW-I.,,.., :. %  Agent*Srhoonar Owner*' AaaocUtlo. a-h t-ynl E Smith I apt Hut Mrm. from British Cuun. Arr-aaSch 0mer AwU %  ..ueen. 44 torui •. | King, for sa Vincent, A .. HwnerB* Aaac^lallon SHIPPING KCT2CE& ^ TlllTH WITH BARItAIXIS COAST STATION u>^HrHi CVML. """"" %  %  "* •*••' A, SrUl!" ^"~"* "''l "HcoUh ", !" !" Oc* BoUon — ^ ^, 111.1. .. % %  Rr.is .;"•"."" • Ilocee 9 s !" deiv S S Eeeo CVdrfT s S LUni lorura-nod. S S. New LoiutoT^ri *>^ ?. B LU: '• AiraOi S New orle^v s S*laa^t^u^ S^T g£££ W s s 2T !" ., s s s S Mylcen *>krAU^ Bfl Irance S 9 Marrnrvac fl | AJooa Pennant: 1 OteetMl ea*rti#~"c~V"i il-", , %  u wn-n I SS Marlr TMAI M S r.ron,: s OiwaJLI^^ ^-i. A T SSid LSDVBU -""%  cop G,.ru,„: Fn, ? M SSS "^l" 1 ""-, '••"'• lucre. 1*. -on SJDII Uc DonUd Jorir, Mllb.,n, si !" ,, Wk Rorec Km: Rcen Mc ,vloidlh Morv Mc "ilkiiicti Prom Dtenom.. ^^ I* 'I^Dor*^^9 ^"^ M?T i^^"*--? : " = Jon" ** P Wkknam: Man M WVkh-m K. Agard: Mr* B. Inni** : Mr. C A JJcDo-rni\Iia* Marian: Ml*. E Outrapr Mr R Erniage: Mr* OIr> McC.rIhrs BOH Mary Weaion: Mtu J Field*: Capt Jarnwe Stock*: WJ'AHTURIX BY nwiAi, For Ttirvldtd: Mr* Man(iili : Mr Vict-ir Oil): Mr Oordon Johruton: Mr Ji.', MUa Klan. Huniirie. Francii Harm: Mr. lw wAirrn Mr C! jt,,> l..v,(0n: O0| Keith Stea-artMr *nitri: Mr HenrI-.rU: Mr.. I.ordMrBd Mr*. Ben. H, Mr* Louie Mullln: Mr* Jggii "Kaipaki" lirings Meat 1-.IHS Ot muttOB were brought by !.%  s s which arrlvrd hero jn Other Itcmi broughi by the same i^o;it wtn box It, diums ol mixed Ice cream, i | ; %  %  The meat is consigned to %  V Scot! \%  U*e ivniainlBI cargo is distributed among several oil "Geraldine" lirings Wood Eighty BOM ol iii-uood arnvtstl %  rday Itoa iiritish Guiana by the 87-ti I ildme H.", which Is COO Ihe Schooner Owner?*' Association. The '"Geraldine H." made the voyage in BWOth saiU iDg. SKlj.ij.-ris of i'hwil!il: .ilin-i m r IUMT. # from pg e 5 .1 passenger of the 'bus M. 361 B When the "bu.i i ircAl Road, I n the right mad. Tog) ^ii its left and proper side. 'his time the 'bus was at %  till Tha lorry struck : :he bus by the drtvifi Bga. The lorry travelled %  little rVety, along the rood l-oture He heard people shout-' ng After the collision the lights of both v. nil burnkttac got on a bicycle T Mr. Branrher: I ^aw i-viI the inquest beItCf Mr. It. A Talma. .ud thai one ol the ad ettttfa of the road. on Scot! of I->dge Road. Chri Church said thct cm September 29, last year he had boarded .< tJ.ncral Bus by the Royal Tlu-atrc. Worthing View for home. On reaching Maxwell Road and approaching a COTRW r sounded the horn and went around the cornat rtf] m two dim lights coming towards them. Tht td, and in %  short space of time he heard I trail. When he saw the lights Mr, Martha McCuikHHTh Mr wi %  < somo yards away. l.'.'^'^irfen 12 A^%r£ra. M Wh n ,h **" ^PP" 1 '"^ Vttn Mead: Mr* Mead: Mr* Soott on page X (.imiiAiiiM \oinis The Report on the Barbados General Hospital by Major T. J. Hallinan. C.B.E. is on sale at the Colonial Secretary's Office at a cost of forty-eight cents per copy. 30 3.50—In. >lliri'IN<. MASTEK. UTOIMMI SI tlK I1AKIUH It AM) HAKBAUOS Applications art I tha ix>st of Harbour and Shipping M.ls'.CT !..,ll .1,:.: Applicants must be the holder of .. Mrtlflcata as Master of I fuivign fpini :hip, or must !i;.\. ,t:.,ii,. .i thfl rank of Navigating Lieutenant -r any bignar rank In His The post is pensil of Drug and Patent and Proprietary Medicine Mean) < Amendment) Order, 1950 which will be published in tht I Mth March. 1950. 2. Under Una Order the maximum ielai. of "Lydit Pinkhams Compound" and %  Phillips Milk of Magnesia" are as follows:— MAXIMUM RETAIL PRICE -.hams Compound Phillips Milk of Magnesia UNIT OK SALE Small si7.e bottle Large 4 oz. bottle 12 oz. ., 1.70 38c. 82c. 30.3.5O-2n. .Mention Is drawn to the Control of Pri. I (Amendment) Order, 1950. No. 12 wlmh srUl bo published In the Official >l Thursday. 301h March, 1950. 2. Under this Order the maximum arboll MaU selling prices of "Beef-Corned" are as fQUoWl LM A MM .Ml LOST IXKiT FlttiM vn nl-SlDENCE on itourday Oir IBth Man 1BO0. on* Rook ii -i. aarBBtal *e i b I ta % %  K." IU0J3 to IBSM. 1MB bun Road 3SB~ In CROUPY COUGHS Quickly rclievr toughing spaurta. loosen deep phlegm and clear congested aU'pasugr* with tooUv mg. mrdtcinal'VaroRub Steam. J uat melt some VapoRub in a bowl of boilma f water and i-n-tv-a-1-c. WHOLESALE 1'RICE ro than) of 48 x 12 oz. tins $4.42 per 12 tins of 12 on RETAIL PRICE (not more than) The Si !innner "Anita accept Cargo and Paaarni Qrenada. allma Saturday TnerVhowier %  (..-rdenu. W • • Trinidad eailing Saturday April Tha M V Daerwr"! accept Cargo and Faaarnrcr* Aruha. date of railing will given MOVIII >i M rra \i i v M * I M .(> I 1M r 'Mill II iM A N 40c. per 12 ot. tin ^Tronn M, co REAL ESTATE gSSl^ EM ^ ATo AT IB. c*. cl Ih. un* "T'oev next Sid incUttl M i P •" .„*!* compMluor, , VSefBARBADO .1 ia -Mrc. AJ>l.Ano u 1. .|rc BARBA1XW £* %  'ssnjcc %  • .1 rMm WIKT INT11A JJ> !" CArUUNOTON RIAI 1AND PMThee, ^ >' %  suaet. BriraWtown _, r,-. Th* abov* are 'he ^.^ m l J'„Z' A DELUXE TABLE MKHUX %  u I 3 Boiiing Bwrner* and 1 Oril Burner lomptete with pan SB" A UTILITY S1L\1W GPFY Enamel Gaa HulpivInS Burner* l ol which M • pan m %  •SUITINGS r.n|U*h Trxlilr llouae have \ ir.iiic* for Reliable Agrnls U> ^rll t ul l^nglhi on C.O.U. hgals. Good (ommtwJon Apply Box D. 17 African A Colonial l'iAgrno .liird BnlSi.3 5S-aa. a Red Lion square, London. W.< I IUrbaiIi.> Real Eslalr -. ,.i BanvoM "• >MI HU Oibba* Ba*. Bt Jar—* INTHEtTTY VaJn.b!r II ,-miKini oi land and ruihl^utd vn Boltsireet and Prince William UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES Applications anInvltad fot apj>nitment to the Chair of Medicine to take effect at a date as soon aft.i 1st May. 1950 us can be arranged. The PwfOaaOt will lie Head of the Department of Medicine tod wdl be responsible in his Department for the organisation of teaching which is due to commence in October 1951. and for the development of ret.ii.n in this subject .lie vU] initially to assist In the detailed planning and equipping of the Teaching Hospital, which it is expected will open duiing 1951. The salary will be at a ilxed point In the range £2.000 to t2..')00 DM annum. Provision Ii made for superannuation contribution and child allowances are payable. Unfurnished accommodation is available at a rent not exceeding 10% Of salary. Applications (two copies), giving full particulars of uualinbna received before April 1950 by the Principal. University College of the West Indies. Mona, St. Andrew. Jamaica. B.W.I. 30.3 50—In. QUEENS COLLEGE ATHLETIC SPORTS Qunan its Annual Athletic Sports in Thursday. 30th 1950. at 2 00 p.m. Pare: i a n d old Guis of tha t-adially invited There will also be races for ills. School Bog Little Visitors. 3d :i BARBAIM>S IN II:KSCIIOOL ATHLETIC SPORTS %  I KIAMM.IIIV OVAL ll'lliM lilt Mrch. IDS* Hrillinlni 12.3 p.m. \.lmi.iim. 2K. lie. School I hildrri, In I'nllorr. 12c. '.'.-^...'^.-A'.**'>'-'^e-.' ? ^5r>*L RECORDS Now ii your opportunity to .bt:,,n :t L. lion of ihe latest hiti at a reduce price, such us— SOMEBODY ELSENOT ME PMI /lorrti STAYING AT HOME F an IVdllrr A ROSEWOOD SPINET Joe Lou BEAUTIFUL EYES Joe Lou BUMBLE HOOCIE f r.u-dp .Martin BLUES OF THE SOUTH L oud Arrrutr,, j BLUES FOR YESTERDAY l.ouil Aniulrotm PEOPLE ARE FUNNIER THAN ANYBODY .... IffllM J LEAVE THE DISHES IN THE SINK, MA .. Spike Jonee DA COSTA & Co., LTD. ELECTRICAL DEPT. r In-1 suitable for School Children I (II NTAIM PI NS ('heap and PI s KNIVES ROBERTS & CO. — Dial 3301. AT ) SPECIALIST IN HIGH GRADE murEITY C>l\0.\ A III \ 1MB > mm >l BLADO.\ REAL ESTATE AGENT — AI'tTIONEER — SURVEYOR Phone 4640 I'laiiUllona llulldl:,.. Enjoy EASTER IN COMFORTABLE FOOTWEAR FROM THE FAMILY SHOE STORE SHOE CO., LTD. -II II.Ill VII,H\ BranclMa: At Your Service Skilled SUIt ,ml Modern K(|uipnient FOR • SPEEDY and KXPERT REPAIRS • MAINTENANCE • SPARE PARTS • TYRE SERVII K • SPRAY PAINTING IV* See n. In -i for roe THREAD CUTTING WELDIN G IRTnntY CHARGING METAL TURNING Mil 11 IK It U-A IKS See — (.URDON IIOLDEiN BARBADOS GARAGE, 130, Roebuck SI. : Dial 37I ( ECKSTEIN BROS. BAY STREET. Phone: 4M7 W/Sli..p :—: I2I.9 Paris SUITINGS! 100% WOOL M" wide—Ji.24 a fm rf In Gre,, Fawn. Belie, II,..,,,, etc GENTS! These exceptional valuer. -ire even cheaper lhau predevaluation prices. Don't miss this rcJder, opporlunlty Ouy a suit now and avoid .is-il>l>oininioiit. \ I-ll THANI BROS. Dial 34M Pr. Wm. Hy. S. and G, 42 4 53 Swan SL



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i' K.I i in i: BAHBAIIOS \i)\ THURSDAY. M\Kt|| / BARBADOS^ ADVOCATE r %  f Uwn Co. Ltd.. M. Broad m. I Ihaisdajr, Muck :MI, ltSO < ul'tui.il i ilia's TO-DAY the town of Nairobi will be i lo the status of a city in a ceremony to be performed by His Royal Highness ukc of Gloucester, h .,r a period of one hundred years several Colonial capitals have enjoyed the status of city. Some i conferred by Leti ors by actr. of their own legislatures approved by the Crown. Nairobi is the first Colonial capital to add ind : this that I Kingston in Jamaica boasts of the honour of being the lirst colonial capital lo aehlevi IS, In 1801 it was raised to this status by an act of the Legislature and when the lirst bishop of Jamaica was appointed by Letter! Patent his legal status and authorr : lined and cstab. by an act of the Jamaica Legislature assented to by the Crown. Bridgetown was raised to City status when the first bishop was appointed by Letters Patent in 11)42 but has never been incorporated and the system of local government throughout this island is still based substantially on the seventeenth century system which was the English model of that day. Adopted in Barbados in 1835 this church organisation of Vestry and parish although it has been amended by a "f acts of the Legislature, has failed to undergo the radical reforms which were effected in England. The claim that Bridgetown should be admintatarad by a Mayor and Corporation has been several times advanced and the report of an Investigating Commissioner, Sir John Maude. %  .; i ::ded that Bridgetown should be granted full municipal status. The report has been published l.iturc. ..uch as Vicl %  undeveloped organs ut municipal government in the form of urban or parish councils with limited funcponsibiUty remaining In i.d.s of the central legislatures or of local boards. Others such as Hamilton in Bermuda and now Nairobi havidevc their town councils and then claimrn status il present a cathedral city and the seat of a bishop but, like Hamilton which only became an accll %  day also have her bishopric. The Citiea ol Gibraltar, Georgetown, Brid; .i til 11142 wl.i in 1114 I i'.liil, Kingston in 1301, Freetown in 1893, Hamilton In 11142 acts of .. ceptAftcr 1865 the pp.. out, whenInciple of rei: .at ol refi .on from anj for the creation of Intmenl to It) is an honiierred by the K.i The i' the rnment to it. io Royal %  .clung modem municipal status as aide. Ol II HI AIM.IIS .,%! I EEi\ OR C III IM lilL! LONDON. was Prime Minister only %  party m Party? nwiu. by conviction that as far •no Shadow Cabinet of the ( Pan %  u from the th< I H deciued to conHowever, many ol tne on. '.,. nut as Conservatives cupp %  ... true blue Conservatives. Uoyd o( lalti have Deen vtion but to Churchill s recent tactiea. woulc King to P^fcr that Eden lh %  as heau of lh* • of Commoiw. and he was h4vu.lii.jj of the Oppos.ti..;i : ilp( King's speech. Hi Winston Churchill Is a Conoration on that occasion live But belW tbi ou;tour de force He had U break of war he was not a.i ;-?tive quence with the par. of tnc Party It fact skill mat had the Oovei Party is a strain, many mt i m regarded as u r-bel. Front Bench occupanls %  rally to King fdwai I Vlll and writhing in discomfort. at the time or his abdication was It was by far the outatandii contrary to the j,t m ptea oratorical effort of the If U most of the %  %  %  %  too wai i.i.i. %  It Iba House %  .'-year-oiu I %  nhould seek no further laurels, out should step aside and let Euen take i-v That is what they say covertly, uul none dares declare it openly. The famous 1922 Committee wnlch is m effect the Conservative Parliamentary Party is always held under the chairmanshin of Churchill Many Conservative members object to this. They say that the r opponents, the Labour Party, have the better system, for they ilways have an independent and back bencher as chairman witfl the Prime Minister only COnUQg In when .i matter of high policy %  vhale uv C m bate on the King's 9| But Eden still declines to tak. over The only circumsu: which he would assume lcadershii would be if it were willingly an freely surrendered to him b>' Churchill himself. Eden wil have no part in any undergrouw manoeuvre. He will serve his chic! as loyally as ever he did just a long as Churchill remains hca< of the Party. When Eden walked out on Chamberlain during the Munich crisis everybody feared that d Many of the old lime Conservewould mean the end of his politi%  atm to remember cat career. When war eventually Churchill's rebelliousness more did break out he )< vividly than they do his magniflregimental officer in his old corps. cent war premiership. the King's Royal B The ( front BenchSeveral times the> I But after the fall of France ana crs and the executive of the manoeuvrism to oust Churchill, with it the Chamberlain GoveinParty prefer the Committee to but the rank and Ale remain ment, the first man Churchill, the function with Churchill as persteadfast and loyal to their leader new Prime Minister, sent for was inanent President. an ^C'tlOII IPe'lllM'r be able to defeat an anti-Socialist ,. . majority of the electorate just the majority -. I For no votes are lost. All count ' QgUTlllg llial Amen'Food? We Have Too Much" Tmmma r*j few II" sitUiti* To I *a rawer*. Ol' 'i NtHtfll ||\ Frederirk i 'Mk NEW YORK FOR a. prime example of what happens when Governments start interfering in matters better left to businessmen, Americans radians are drawing attention to food mix-ups afflicting this continent. Floundering efforts are being made by the %  and Canadian Governments to get rid of huge surpluses of food of which they have become the reluctant owners under the "farm price support" programmes 111 both countries. In Canada, it has been official! hat warehouses are bulging with h '4.(100 lbs, of It PRICES —LOW AM) HGH This butter, and 41,127,000 lbs. of cheese ..ow in storage, was bought by the taxpayei it the last production peak. The supplies are >eing sold slowly at knock-down prices. But. caught in their own trap, the Canadian Government are preparing to do the same thing with eggs. Consumers, meanwhile go on paying top prices at shops, and paying taxes to finance more huge gifts to farmer-. In America there are still ^000,000.000 dried eggg In a Kansas cave and other storage dumps, with no buyers in sight. Washington now plans to give away 73.000.000 lbs. to schorls and relief agencies. TWO-WAV TRAFFIC while potatoes are being sent both ways across the border. Time magazine reports that a Minnesota farmer had a large unsold stock of 1949 potatoes. A Government buyer handed him a cheque for about £780 for 160,000 lbs. of them. The farmer, in return, handed him a cheque tor about £5, buying back his own potatoes as "cattle : Thus the potatoes were kept off the market; housewives went on paying top price for the few pounds they wanted, and the farmer pocketed a cash gift from the taxpayer. • • BOON TO DUVBB8 T :LE half the size ol a hen's egg, developed during Ihe war on the D.v: scorr TO-DAYS CO.. LTD. nt'tk.rvN. MWIMuu lor HSU POTS & CHIKKX m la 1 Inch, 11 inch 1| inch „,, from 18 inrhet to 72 inchei wide — Aim — 1 mil Inch hii m GALVANISED LASHING nisi from 10 lo II Gn They -tetter to DC careful than (or j^,, unal r ,. 5u i'. Gandhi wl ; %  >' Suppose there is a ihree-corhalf niiuilng, tuU walking. M >* u Uow trave-u it IcU lllpC ,. on wllh a Socia i is t. a —many of tr.em women conservative, and a Liberal and tarecs. Their gulden ^idd-e >Ld along the hot anklets made a pretty tinkling Mnnen and noije ** lne >' "ipped acrt. voter puts a one. tw< mine to tha all three against the candldate*i mi gave them name for hfi was simple "U an extremely tarelul goingth""d choice. Thu (l r over. Eveo* item of jewellery uie would probably put our murdered brathran." They woman ware taking w iih them Liberal 2. Conservative j shouted n d to be checked against lists. If, when the Ant pn %  lit Nehru, made out in untej there U no majority hadarri. '•"} Vl1 by the Cu"-ene> Control. kno.-k out the candidate with tha of his supKtd them to thj I would i*e certain to pi il majority. tne than the by our Brii. -tern. litI IIISl4-I ... nji 1 lind on to Enxland is a letter Hum Erwu. I M !d ihinjf was that the con-i -dl their bu ti na w In Ingwara just gallisn ll sounded most intriguing: right One nose ring gold and pfail mood. B u *noae ring has D is not pearl t with p< .til ." *** ai %  aiiimc t in India, Pandit !" ** iixing and Govnramant to G vernmant bulk buying is likely to lead to a fan A Ian lamb In Bi % %  I : Aus,. .. I mutton with his AustraMueller, o| Dortmund, C!. I colleague, they did Rcmemoer Krwm' He was the Hi %  %  : %  wool. Qtvman dismantler who, relyinj. Wool has been shooting uo to on 'MM protection of Bimsi "Wall Qanaral nunop and tba British It Australian sheep farmers Military Government, took nil ..'.molt alt changing over to men last July to I \\\. not the breeding sheep for wool rather paraffin works in Dortmund betarget." than for meal, longli.g to the Hoesch concern The effects of this. I am told. He was beaten up by an Ofganlaa i.ed me. "They are Will make Ihamwlag felt soon mob. indmg mat Bi llonliliHe** Ringleaders of the mob, who Mai assets In India should ne#*" [iWr ai>pQarQli before I fund li you suffer from hay fever, as Military Government Tribunal i do, to not fly across the world, were sentenced to almost nomi.'.n i. For I have only sueterms of imprisonment ErwbV with Ittle 1 Ns plane Calcutta to Kanguuii lost in Australia wore a huge I. A P have the system of caadad "i ensuring that I shall fate is just what I expected it tt DtVac twice—once in the be. ilian sununer and again "... I am being boycotted b. IB the British summer. all German authorities ' *, fitttwaWa. forcetl to dismiss most u. wet -v.nniL. my workmen. I shall be forcev One reason why the fccallsti to give notice to tiu :hji thaj workers any day now. I don't I w what to do after that ' *>I out there That is what comes of relying 1 showed Impatience beW.tn prefeie.uial vo.'ing a minon British protecUon in Germany ... had to icturn to Calcutta ority group, like the A —L.E.8. si can motunsts | itartl even in temperatures as low as 25 below zero. It is standard equipment for many makes of tractors, buses, and lurries, and now, with il an adapter costing £5. it has been ivailabla to car drivers, capsule contains a teaspoonful of "Chevron itarter fluid" — a combination of ethyl and ether, plus petroleum products. Capsules, wrapped like toffees, are sold in r storage. HOW IT WOKKS Priming system employed on private cars i plunger, reservoir and primer ed on the daghboard. The rest—coiled copper wire and injection nozzle are undei i attached to the intake manifold induction system. On a wintry day a driver slips a capsule into tih i i and presses the plunger. This releasea the fluid, which is forced through an atomising nozzle. The secret of the fluid lies In its ve-y high e qualities. Supplies of capsules are available for export to Britain if it is possible to ^*et import BULDING BOOM NEW YORK is In the midst of a great building boom, with at least 20 new skyscrapers going u|>. all in the mid-Manhattan section known as the Grand Central Zone. None of the new buildings will rival in height the 102-floor 1,250-ft. Empire Stale is the Uno Secretariat building, with A new 25-floor office building will have underground space for 600 cars — a novelty for New York.—L.L.S. There Is An E*gjy Way To Stop Dangerous Driving %  ng" in to-dj i %  Kick %  then bumpiXI 1 say on %  Lt go: l %  JT—IQW In/limit} %  I tt day innab %  anybody eUe. llu'. I "'I i fudging from oltn wrote in Sunday. 1 ant tat ha Baabi that pn by tand and offer him success. MT Smith apparantij uiu to 'tiat most negroes regard '-> being Inn Igt, Ihc ago when impressions mould %  taught the M %  aaaoy made %  to his capabilities, hu rightful place. I it might be well : %  i drink uieii from cups or glasses, thus hi no denying that that is a mattei of personal choice In this M-. Smith has mistaken the letter for the law. Guide the young negro Mong the paths of higher thlnkin* and all these incidentals would be added. A child cannot be taught culture and the appreciation of beauty. Such come from within many of us walk to and fr without as much as noticing the bloom in a m joyful whistle of raaa aspirauoi. what he is o LOUIS R (V i // %  W Buv lor, mr Adv Mjme recent Great Britain a manuf;. whose name Is .lication to offc to a Canadian publisiu the Canadii.. day* ago we passed f<>. In order to obtain mar I \\ doll %  October Issue of a Can... liaa going to sell them. zlne and we An two 1/6 pajie insertions mall, from anothc due to devaluation of tn< o a solio t tha rate of Cl! rttatag together wit as we pay for Canadian buyer to a similar IngUsh publl : I feel we cannot in currenc> inn during %  %  tish prlci tive to C.inadia mpt us I run of the mat'%  -'< problen. < but Britai. buy. HEADER • ' ' %  %  •*ted with a Bom-de-p.nme but un FISH %  ataaa Kippen Maaanal ^S*i• Fruita & Veetble C>Miue — T.m.u SCrlrt a..,,,. t.rr.U IM



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IBSDAY. \l Utl I! \etv Books jit Public Library **"* %  £? to-dJ U !" 1 T„ < ••' %  '• • M l will 1* P" 1 "•'" S^oS*-. • Mond ; gjjrt. ,1 9 %  "• %  „i ihMC books have been T^etf*Public 5^5 cover a wid %  STs number of American ELT which may pro Appointed Manager At Seawell HK Excel. !" 1 jDPOtniea Squadron Leader rj E Ilenderyon U Manager, u Airpoii. with effect from „,_ torn in Dominica. Windward Z& r 1918 and was edi Cvtord School. Dorse J_H-> learnt to th [mkrwent course M Ground Engineering. Navl dM WlrttaM -I the Air Training at H amble. B| mi commlsMomd m the K v || ihe outbreak of the t and rote to the rank of Leader, and was twice in despatches, fie aetMcrmandintr officer of the jl.F Station .it Addi-rmasto'i i & 2 iaison officer with the. Per SUtes Army Air Force. j* ctanpletcd hi* service on rtiff nt the Air Ministry. LonBAitBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE TilKEK Adenauer's fc 3 Conditions' Approved BONN, March U. man Cabinet toChancellor Dr. Komjd Adenauer's three conditions for West Germany's joining tha COVMU ol Europe, a Government spokesman stated. The conditions nccording to .:-. formed sources •..tcment that the wn u nan ta would like Germany to join the U of Europe. (2) An undertaking that if the tao joins the COWMU, Ip will be provi%  k I nasty. Membership of the .. mittee ol rltTnateri should be ;-i"\*isioiiai only, ending her full r.oii!;) have an o b s erv er attending meat: the Conmitti • %  —ReaW r. LOOK YOUR BEST a OVI:IUIM\VIM.\<. o.\ mi-: IIAIIWAVS TRAFFIC JAMS TRAFFIC lams .ven frequeni %  i nmant a on the waterfront •fare motor vessel "Caracaa" i discharging equipment for the that TeJuclK moving along i found it difficult al ; to manoeuvre among try at stand-still on l and some nine to ten i which ware awaiting loads tar equipment for Irs the airport. %  llfllcull for Ihe %  flow o( (rathe ded aroumi UK roughoul the d m "Garacai" will be At Trinidad. TinI. N. Harrirnan & Co., N. Y. Firms Win Diamond Battle Two New companj %  %  %  their case on an back. %  %  the amount was %  nfion %  --, A %  % %  bank, thi The Mi —Reuler Dismantlm" Begins In Duisberg Visions Doubtful DUISI en berg, ll.-iii Thi.. Catholic Mary, which the H tn %  ear to out in a Bavai:..n Villaee HBEKO. Bav m oriKin.' Biiiio,, of Bamberg sei up f_Coown!Mioii after ;i group i i %  PI Ions" in the vil• Heroldb;icl, r brought thousand Ithe-vi;. rOflnunisslo %  OM' than —Rrutt-r %  —Renter FLYING VISIT OTTAWA %  toba. %  Krut.iW ill Germany Join Council 01 Europe? • Irom page 1 into the ..dded. An inviti i many from terlal commit i*o is not %  i the Coun.. %  • ... :hi Ministerial Committee and, if all (Germany could be repre* %  i ConsuHaIhe Council ol Europe vt pokesman ted .t report h reign Minister, Hobert Schuman. that Prance would supnomination of 0fu tv.i\ |oln* %  Council cfl ute. \\hich nly foundation Commlflaa," the %  e to make %  Gen %  i %  ., g i -....-, % %  applied %  %  i %  %  lor, Dr Kr.111,,1 Menther" of the Cw eting today to •tils of the.eel also ito .. %  the Council's approval -1. bars, culturn quea%  Rruter. VSE THE TYRES IHAMPMOXS tSE USE ^fre^tone CHAMPION TYRES CHA ^nbutOT. Another Priest Accused PRAOITK, March 29. The Czech Commumv per "Ruue Pravo," disclosed today that %  lloman Catholic priest and other members of an illegal anU-Staui organisation" had been charged before a Czech Court Hut the newspaper did not give of the oAheri • act charges, nor the sen.... %  lostpolacek. ol I iblce, who had alred> bean aantasMad bj the U caJ authorities for readl he pulpit which -incit<-.t against" the present regime. —Reutrr. 2 Satellites Protest GENE\ Bulgaria has protested to the nal TeMoomn Union that the United States is lotted to Bulgaria under the Copenhagen plan, here today. rotaal .idded that radio %  he rranefa zone of log. winUottad to than eh 16 %  to the International Telecoounuj Urdoa in • stations in the British i .lies ol Qavnu ravanlnf the Couen-hagen wavelength ,igre<-ment Lt. Neblett Scores 100 l.lKi'l scored with a pi B Club. Th Lt C E Neblett Mr. W. rUehaj %  Mi S. TMnjM M I' A Cbaaaanaan .. J. 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