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PAGE I KM I BARBADOS \DVOCATE Uiliv-i'W .1 \R( II |, i 9M "Life Begins At 40" For Boxer Primo R VoRK, By Mail %  begins al : have bn i ;*r heavyweight boxln* jt since t have been %  % %  %  .%  • .,<... thai Primo I love. wfOTt%  I an age when %  %  and carpet sllp•U sudden pgak of hirarnlnt man in hi' i decade%  %  : waiting i' % %  %  %  I furtunc waiting, n %  ..' %  %  i %  l I 0* H The Ml camera what %  \inK and. after a I ranee and %  .•ntage* of ..iilv. t h e hold by vartnii%  n rr lhi,n 100 p 1 I %  inera was 1 -.: %  %  ^sorted man.' MMH. man build-up li,Ui famili.i! B iHlce it I thai he wa^ raised to tatur* through %  iU against %  to opponent?. -:h round %  ...... ii. continued rent lost his timidity and hi-, homesickness Nowatn nobody's fall guy in a busmo*; dtaaaaalaa. His new profession takes htn. all over the United Bta* trips to other counlr.er. vhenever the monetary lure If sufficient Primo was offered $3,500 plus expenses not long agi for a single appearance In Hono.iilu He flew to Hawaii, dispose i pOtMBt according to the %  Cript, then flew right back agai'.i i rip Similarly, he has a short trip .. \ --neruela. lined up. at* i longer one to ttH nrl in Ih* i o| wrestling In ,arden He appeared a i semi-finalist on the Antonio i t Stan lee card early li In March, he an l | .!.| iittrn. %  i bill Luna, Carom wi ,i,i> bittet about hi I boxer in thi ountrv His wrc'tlm* MMeM %  I those mfmrn hi realizes he now If Ixr m m hi* nn epulation. For Camera, life did begin a< 40. Riding Arista-rut. POOL. CngB Chances of a titled £ Ion of To., tha onto ColKinantal CtH acr in the race i Th" Marquis, a Spaniard aat> ,lei in Blarriu. wffl race .fain* member of IM British arUtoLord Mildmay. who finish! rrh on his own hone. Cromle Tol, ridden by thtUwcently won .he Pu Grand echue. one ol the mo.1 .limcuH races in the French he Grand National. Garde I r„i has been penaliaed to carry -INrilK H\HBAIIIIAQII1II I II %  %  on . |AT1 RDAY. MARCH 4lh. em iJNEY NILES and hi ORCHESTHA Admiuien to Ballraom •/ttXM I:MR ARTHUR CREECH JONES lright) la here seen with Mr. Iry Conatantlne (le(t) world lam m iri'keter and Mr Andrew Kempton. ex-Surrey wicketkeeper. with some rrlcket near destined (or boys of Jamaica and Trinidad. Mr. Jones was then Secretary of Stale for the Colonies and his HippOO of Ifarv > anal for the gear was only one of the aiaiu kind ,f Ihe colon,.He Ion I H.B.C Hadin Programme WtDNUD". "**• %  "'* • m Tlw New. I '" : IS a m UH" ffiliiifca: %  i ~ ...IOP. n • B.G. Offers To Pay For Trim On W.I. Tea. earn %  How i ... -n he was '%  %  'i*'d to bring back war and t rn, brought back .i a boxer and his tlze mo tiecome one of %  ites among %  1 that Prims moat uf what hi %  Parry II ins Spoon Shoot (Barhado* Advocate Correspondent 1 GEORGETOWN, Feb. 2b. BRITISH (iUIANA Crickel Control Board dccidi ncy meeting biting four hours on Monday i •i an urgent cable to the West Indies board. ting the inclusion of pace bowler John Trim on the tour England, and offering to stand the extra financial expenses if necessary. The meeting was fully repre• iiU'ci. and piesided overy by the President. W. S Jones, who Issued .tie following >..,u-ment to the • -day "The meeting dtlCU detail the H-root selection of the West Indies team to tour England nnd the subsequent poor %  :ilalion accoi %  ,tid decided U lollowing cable ho R K Nimag Jamaica. President f 'tic Wan Indies Board. The H.G. rioard is dJ and is strongly supported b> public opinion over thi t Trim appradata you and ff Board gt>e "Uto take Trim M ( HylUW in 193U. If you are un HjUao in 1BS9 n you are unable to finance the ev my board is WtUul| I ID via* • the division of UM 1 cnmmiltee on Tnm'r Inclusion and the %  %  A huh \i In the of W.I Will iippreciate a cabled reply at earliest". £3^ A At the first tr\ hint of a sjffcCOLD Pi pat. .ui %  „"|'|ii C'o# !>" ll no, l io [. m Nrwt. A !" iy; m HuMc tor n-nfiivr; I P -" DWi I'lpm B*t New i p <• a*inn Jia*o a S*. I10pn HameM; ii n m aaoni R-VM-W: -*ri lt-. J X P [,__ 4pm TJu(•• %  •*****. li P 11 ii rr r*rosr*mm* iTarndr. 3 i ... I I-* SrUarta; 5 4S .. , %  p rn Th.1 SSSiA ' Sfifi R : ?iiv; tcn* warti*: R m "•• %  ?". I If am Home Ne (' -,.,'d P.C.. 10 p 1-'"1 ard Uv. anra ia p.m aaiui o^.PU !" ,L2 a n. aSrUM Valu.. II P ... T* THt BRITISH VOUNC1L' MARINE HOTEL DINNER SERVED Befare Till: QftkAT CONCERT 111 FRIDAY. Ihe 3rd March lrl':i 6.36 and 8.30 p >• %  $2.50 fl.i-n-g Various size tins ranging "or* 12c. • Bk Ask our Home Products Departmtnt CAVFSHEPHERD&Co..Ltd 10. U, 12 & 13. BROAD STREET ANNUAL DANCE AT THE CRANE HOTEL indatap %  gtXMl %  %  G. itherBCOn-:. %  Mr 1. %  %  JAP SWIMMERS FOR S. AMERICA TOK %  wimr' irahasl. and Lmmlng %  r South laps.— Reuter. KM! Hulph Bculh Honnir Blarkmuiv lit Champtg a points vlclor> DVtl iloiinic blackmail. U in .1 lO-i ound uoul a' LtM BriKt %  Ralph, who ttppad Uv ins lighter %  thmughoui the .nds. %  A Halpi landing his Jab* with ease whllo lad with his %  H up Round two sa H.ilph landing left Blaounan'i mld-aacttoo 001 until round six that H light %  >nd rlgfti Bai| dead, hut Ralph. \ ml iapidl\ thi Laf naive 'iounds seven, mclit and MM mri toufhl calmly but in round I up. w.is w iti Belfiel i AI Carrlngtoi Caninfton appeared to be the KlOf luit tiii Kul inatii UH "f his fast foot-woil many MOM RJdJamaa I Roland in .u>l Jamet made good use of his haignl Mad 1 Roland bouts were fought he•Sbrooh Kid and Sleepy man ami Young %  In the last rnantl to score the K O blow and JAMAICAN WINS AT C. A. GAMES GUATEMAI^. I 11 V a\ Koden of J III SIGNS lluublr Width SI 14 a yd. KHAKI DRILLS — Sir., tie SI 43 > yd rt III II DRILLS —lc. tie. a yd. FREE GIFTS with every Purchase of $1.00 and over THANI BROS Pr. Win. Hy. St. 6. 42 & 53 Swan Stree So UXM — £coiwnw . WITH BOWRANITE wricoKRosivh: PABIt. Tht ralentltaa Enamy ot Ruil r "' !">" aad Steal. LASTS I/WO*' GOES FARTHEST -> """^ One gallon will ever ;OC-!.000 M % %  -< %  ""' "* Storka. in Rrd C.rrv and rU"'Phona 44511 WILKINSON ti IIAiNES CO.. Ill I'hunr l :iiT THOSE WHO DEMAND THE BEST HAVE THEIR CLOTHES TAILORED BY C. B. RICE & ft OF BOLTON LANE V



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1 MARCH l. iso May Barbados Have A Brewery BARBADOS may have .„ on The Ho heir meeting yesterday passed the n filiation to pruv.de for this when fhev passed :> Rill in mania..:. V.„ %  %  t !" !" Wl.I.OUt RAKUUIOS \DW | \ ( E Deficit Of $405,000 2£fi*fflifl^and had Ibi hereon The ibjcci.ind Reasons of the I %  prowaional arrangement, have | avenue. *'" or a !" naceajary | day. by a commercial enterA beginning had been mad. .„H EMimated he wished a succes.tvSvhnmS gB„d In the near future; and tlM o( beer manufactured wo3d ill. ^Mjct of the present Bill ,. lo | importation and would go a En. Wior ',"! "* c 1!" r> h 2 ,0 ^P 'hem balance ,„? the brewing of I budget ng duties on 1 The ^er. The legislat.on I. based on not hamper the'rum mduatrv I %  ponding provisions of would have to be vorv emc.nl Trinidad Brewery Ordinance '"deed lo make any inroad* n"o The estimated !" J*> (or the tin.. taun^i. M 6 4 %  M3 jjumaled expenditure is |.62<.rZ." ?"' emen "I %  Colonial Esiimaw. for ike veor rOP Of Which W SMS, House, of u,. Leg,.!*! / 77ie Legislature Yestvnlay COUNCIL Music Kxamincr Arrhcs ludav Thief Gets Six Montlvs PAGE THREE %  '.' 'L %  a-l Mc thai cmm j'l^i %  earai i E2 ver current expend.: hg regulating the orew.ng of i ouaget. "" ' " nnanclal vear 1850—31 w.lT : "" KT and for imposing duties on' The new company he felt would „. M 8 '?" 00 and that this 11,1i nSo^STm^mni f^JSSSSfjLUSi "5 T !" *" S rum industry 0 "'., SS.'BJai*-* "!.%--. TSgK.-,. . ,„ R " "U !" 1 1 -ht .he Genera I ""5HJ _, -~ Revenue Balance at the beginning If" ""'" %  "•'"g %  *. re. IS. • nd Uo „ be of Ihe nnancial year 1850— 31 will uL 22? "CT*"* • -i ;uMaj Evening Balllol be J4.870.0O0 and lhat thi. H.1. • n^a^ST. ... ... became THE only thiii s that has preupoaing a • Leceuse you %  nked His • %  J. W. B Cner.er, to .tnogan in the Asalstanl Court of Appeal %  rdajr before coinlnr.ing g ala '.919 [month sentence Cauogan. a labourei *4 BrtttOOs sag. M ... labour by City Police Magistoe "" ; -.*. -" ... .„„,. %  any inroads into After dealing with matters of, the rum industry because Rarha Mje and the Bill! do. made — Movides that every brewer sliail ler). £„ out an .iiinual license costing! "r. Aimer 1L> thought SS.W and pay an excise duty on I " saieguard should be made bv gn gal.on of beer which he Government to protect the new ,-1 luol 11 III.IK.,1 ,' una....! I I "C" very good rum. (LaughMi. AIMer .1) thought that Utlr and inKnanauHli me i-wer shall I ter). uxe out an annual license coating ind pa rurr galion brews (el. 3 and 4). provision is made in subsequent %  --— -.... eon {buses for various matters of a ln addition to that the Governttchnical nature such u the %  gete,nent should keep its eyes on the •gonent "( the spertflc uiavitv >' ricc charijed. He had noticed in beer, the method of kcepliin S"V? cerUin ilen is produced ontt. the marking of rooms and loca 'l>' that the price was as high as that of the .mported product If something Is produced locally the population should benefit a certain extent as regards a of the nnanclal year lo J4.405.30: According l0 the Memorandum on Ihe Estimates, the Revised Expenditure for ms—so ,ho !" V .„' ns,eoa "( a deflcil of • lUl.ioS as originally estimated industry ag.insl foreign irnoorn !" 2^ !" X "J"" m 'hl have '• %  ." "•<— M lions such as whisgev and cm .J ^*" x < IK fd "> view of the supI m' i "v '"-, 'l' In add.tlon .0 .haMn. GOTern' S^'?i. rI L.5 r 0V '* ? n '"""^ - 'V" "' l, ""h <>>III.III v s'tm-i t> "* '""" %  Cburdl t'alhed.al!ox=r wv io %  unoi nM i ih, ; ford. His pre.cn.' appointment ,if %  *• iw-it e.n 1 OrganUi of St George's Chauel -daor'. was m ^T'',mI WBK* form th* sciiduk> io inu r^olu. Hi* compo^iu.m.s include an Anfor tun 10 WI i.m M ,*. Uwm fot ^horu* '""f Orchcsira m .^. s " Pnn' CMimaw, ] of the Sons of Ihe Clergy m 1929. N smaller price. The bill was read od uaised without division, House Approves Road Regulations (f OCTl. >•'"" %  — %  M M T< i rfjeen of the Customs Depart 1 gnu to enter a brewery for the gafpasr i>f tnkiiiK an account of itattrul* used for brewing and ot [ %  wctucc for any concealed vessels nd %  penally of $500 is mpoteti for obstmctiiijj such carers, (cl 24 to 26). Provision Maile 1 provision is made for the pay* '*ot i.f -> drawback on beer I i-h. u tn*eu in the Island which ..-! d '^ ,4"Assembly yealereifc-w as merchand.n :" e r "''" c f lu,lon approving I ttore? ' coiiKralulated at yesterday's* meeting of the Legislative Council on his appointment as first Principal i-y of Tanganyika. Hon'ble J. D. Chandler speaking before the business of the Council began said it was unnecessary for him to say much on that occasion. More would be said later when Mr. Campbell was leaving. He felt sure that Mr. Campbell's promotion was from the point of view salary and possibly from the point of view of requisites und other promotions, but he did not think it was from the point of view of climate. ted to extend to him his es and congratulations. Hon'bie D. G. Lcac<>< dent) asked to be associated with Mr. Chaiuiler's remarks. He had ;iyin something at the meet the additional cost of salai ries and wages resulting from the revision of salaries and waxes during the year 1949—50. The Revised Estimated Revenue is greater than the original estimate largely because of the ••book-entry" in adjustment of the refund of the Cost of Livfau Ailowance of the year 1948—49 necessitated by the revision of salaries. The main sources oi Revenue, namely (a) Customs | and Excise, and (b) Taxation. show a decrease of $125,000. and an increase of $265,000 respectively. These variations of the approved Estimates aga of no particular significance. 'Housekeeping" HasiThe Estimates for 1950—51 nave been compiled on a %  'housekeeping basis; that is to say the Revenue Estimates are based on the collection of revenue at existing rates from existing taxes and duties and the Expenditure Estimates generally make provision for the %  extended major services it is proposed to await the ftp %  which is being undertaken by the Economic and Financial Advlsei to the Development aim Organisation and which it ii hoped will be completed in the early part of 1950—51. The Estimates make financial i provision for the reorganisation of r CAMPBELL, departments in the light of the advice tendered by the Salaries Commissioner. The provision is considered to be sufficient to meet the additional departmental costa arising from reorganise suminK they become effective a* from the 1st of July. 1950, but no expenditure will be incurred against the relative item of the Estimates until nunnal legislative sanction has been obtained. The Capital Expenditure Kstimatee make provision for the continuance of approved capital schemes. The Estimates hrcak no new ground but they indicate thai it is the intention of the Government to prepare plans foi U building of a Post Office niul extensions to the General Hospital I. Cuirvnt. M %  sHSHfeH %  11... ill — — •• iiBiiuinni % "olutkm for and sung at St Paul's I and a Carnegie award "The Hound of Hca\, IS*-I. P.r. 1. Cuntnl %  if^SHXtfJik "iWl1 r rt BOMB, cemtnrrrud pp*rs And nrwi.... * !" Btiuin and Bntih I RwolulUm t,, ( %  ,. Wlth t9mt to h W^V P-. ( .. IO and ... lou;, I'M,,. column MM „( ..„ Sclwdiil.dale '*" *' ** %  Uarrh. isso. irw ,n n >MU iHta iw n ptmirti null,! %  irirlnrtmj bo.ii(, *p-i> and nt-w.paprii.. tti KCHiliitinn to ap(>.. %  i 7 Tin DidlSotGo On Dock %  .int: here yesterday of the 84-ton motor schooner • Cachimpossible because lU drafl of 12 fi H ms. was too great in comparison with the 1-.eight of ihe tide. Workmen on the dry i at work MIU*> M %  M UM "Cachalot" up :. of the hull • aged to SJM Muck on ihe platform i i The foreman ol :hc dock told fM>t|toda>. He (hat the., "'" %  ",; 1 %  '"' •*"*'• IWI iiouaj. He as fearini! that i• % %  ..-•Iniighjiiiii, :,„.'„,;'.,„ i";;>i..~i.. b full io dock ih, ,r ~ u Vhi",J ""' VeM *' dl >" %  "!•' gO "II 10.1.1 boatt ipvWineni Ulr %  wt 1S-SO. f !" ., • : (Mm lo i 3tat J.rfiuarj-. ISOO. ThtKU* r — .-a the rUM i -aulat* Dw bre^v A Iteao:..' i. .m to tmpoar rrt.. . Uona entltUnl *Thr MobM '. lalitm* ISSO" nMdiiriatiwayi and Ttwnapor: on '• lUi 0>v -i T ul UM .1 Pnad TralUr Ar1BJT 'ISOl-IS'. u aiooiMtod *l .avl U ol IH* nnartmani o* Hlati* n . '*U. JI.II approved %  ISSO n %  t 2 M |. m Salmon Costal Ml'A KIM 1 Kenneth*. H A. Talma. pound thi ..Inch he %  Tuegrtav .' Sugar For England Hum Barrels UHurn About 300 cmpU i,,. vessel "TOue Star' from Nassau. %  iau to which %  %  %  agenl laeUottoo MonIha larceny of one dflaan B, valued $10. the ^srs William Fogarty and Co., Ltd. j He appealed at the bar and Sgt. H Kinji. who prosecuted i or the %  tag appealed. A ( irthwith appeal was heard by Their Honours Mr J. W. H Chenery and Mi H v Vaughan. Judges of the Assistant | Appeal Apart from, conArmniK the decision of the) Police Magistrate. Their Honours d Cadogan to 1 peal costs in seven davs IN Basket Ooodman. Clerk of the lie Department ot Ul Wm. Fogarty. said that on Thursday last at about 11.15 a.m. he re looking •. He later saw %  ui the vtatg mto nyuiK. Cadoaan ran away and he save chase. He caught up with Cadoaan who oy i had thrown the vests basket He later gave him into the custody of a Counabl.v Walter Alherley. anothci cm iWm. Fogarty, thai he heard %  arnsjot %  the -tain .t the Stoic he looked around he I that it was a small dark man •dman was runm and he kjaatd i an alonR [Mr Cadogan and %  "-inian caught up rt jth him. Goodman shouted for assist. Ca he had appealed for n living an honest N tie Court onee OT twice t^it not hu %  i %  %  l,| W.i %  %  lunvicu-d in M6, twice in i36. IM] wh.-n !u .i for the Worked Galled Animal LIVINGSTON ROACH of Sugar ui i Hill was fined 30'in 14 days' or wj;ct u.,,1 bottles and that one month by His Worship Mr. %  "•ow': have to depend upon i H. A. Talma yesterday when Egf!* 11 1 ''' ;'ttW was found guilty of working wmr re felt that those people horse in a galled condition ihe plant February 28. on Roebuck Street %  %  %  %  rhg %  S) Und lighters ,i %  %  %  ir its ai Afici dlschai gii | %  i go from Tl %  to load sugar. The "Si Bclalisl poor* via Antigua. Messrs. %  agents. Bishop Asks Questions THh Hon'ble tne Lord llishop at yesterday's meeting of the Legislative Council gave notice oi the following question:— Will Government kindly state when the allowances ior posts of special responsibility (ic. deputy headmasters of Secondary Schools etc.) will be paid at the new rates? If the delay in authorising these new payments is caused by Government's consideration M \ ('t* l(it'II i III recommendations of the Special Committee for the creation of 121 lt>liin-L Si new senior posts in Secondary I m ,m< *• '-'•* Schools, will Government give the The left front assurance that the rreat,.. M-81R and that <>f IM hus new posu will not involve the) M-1422 %  abolition of the special allowances ( last night referred to? Kill those throbbing pains in your muscle* at once! Apply Sloan's Liniment lightly — feel your Yoi don't rub in Sloan's, you dab it on the affected part gently — Sloan's does the rest Good for aches and pains and stiff joints too MS IHI FKtuai 01 OR. U01M OS 111 MOIf 2 \ SLOANSii 7lt the ^Modern Sverything that's new for you . From NEW YORK & PARIS The latest fashions The finest in Underlhingg. v x Nylon nightdresses, slips, \^ pantiefi and brassieres. ^ Prettv colours, pretty styles. AMERICAN LADIES DBBBSSS, - LADia* HATS AND T.K(illORN HATS I ivtly, in..imed with preti .,..,. (Mtharg, > I m tad plenty chenilled veiling. AMUICAN & CANADIAN ll\\IIK\tis„(I)istiiuti,.n •I oc dressy wear. FROM PARIS I-KK1TV EVENINO BAGS A doavn Styles lo ihoose from. FRENCH IIKAI>K|:K( HIKKS AM) S( AKVKS lii nylon, innon. pur* silk intl enpg •!<• chine I'asttl shades and pretty prints. Ulh.SSOHIKS Costume Jawaliary Barriafi nowera Ribbons Pearl Necklots Feathers ISllttnns ^he f/Hodern ZDress Shoppe J&roud Street. ln relation to the 12 new posts (ill the Government drop the use of the word "senior" whid. has already caused much misunderstanding and substitute the word "special"? ... .ibout 930 o'cl Roebuck Street when IM i*< 'ecamc limlvi accident. 'Prty oi nit Road, the bus the pgopi f Tudor of the 1\;. POND'S COLD CREAM VANISHING CREAM SKIN FRESHENER FACE POWDER LIPSTICKS. BEAUTY AND YOUTH deserve good care O KEEP Vila %  BUI M ilJr. Ms** thf rxaunple Of (lie Imrlic*! MMBta ,,( ^..,,.1% tBM Poodllc-tii) Ireaimei.i .iid iapn>.i k r. ikit urat| -!.:.. Cilil GfeSM tor rriiiuMtiK i Pund'i law rVahaaei i reaai la Ib4 l.,:,„. .JJ,.|,„ uu 7 ot h„ J^I, ' ">"""' a ^i.n,.| .uaJ., ih., roil OEMS l>. ...nir t,.,J ,nj ll.tlc... It I, m ... it,.,,,. ,h., ,„„ lU noj 0 • l...lun, .1 .|,.,„| ,,| UI WA !\ k *? %  *' .'"Stf'f •'•"'• %  • J. J^iiviou, *-m .,..l,„ ,. -ill h*lpioa.*imi,, ,„urilr.a*ih, W n .r,v uvl ,„.| U> .,. |„, h |. v ,| p,,p.„j / // • %  ".•" % %  • %  •'•• %  • 11 b.-omo. .......j.. / nn i | njuri.lmwac w f lKl,.h,.i„.„d „..„,.. M,.„.„„. I, .upplta. lo J '"'"''"'"*' '" • %  ' %  "cpuoiully r.i, ., i^rad•nd ,1.11 a r,p,J .mpto, (m , lt j. can k io v.uir oullook anj chccrfulnc... SoU in imifll um by ail Umili md Sum. SALE SALE s ,. Drink lieliciouM ^Ovaltine anil noli the Difference'' ru.i_Gov.rniiil uric, control plu %  '' %  '"" lo keov urian down, thai why •an •M able io ptlflhagaj NOW .1 tbaM MnulioiMl low prlcca. „ %  „ I* I 'V 1 '?'"**' "' h onl oPOuiiil> to save on AmariMAIKJAINS THAT SPEAK rOR THEMSELVES:— UOMM uss Allractiy. Lunch Tnu with Trio. Cup .nd Saucer 11 LntONABB III! 7 pi^aXainunada Set o,, !" ,, IKAVU Colourful Egg Tr,. Now 3 for „ Of ST FANS A CLOTH* Green oi Red Dut Pan and Yellow Pol,.h,n, Cloth Boy, Ior „ IAIN U-ANB HV> ijualitv red enamelled Milk Saucepan Reduced to U White enamel Ha.in and I rake Toilet Soap. for II I H4 iiuik tuple .wiled emiiwl. Tir.l Quality O nly II raUSH CLOTHS Sue M m. x 20 uv I (or M si an oaa BOTTLES 1 ml %  "• %  %  Io. II 0 II I I 'Hill-. LINE J FINS 24 le. 2 on. Plaflic Clothea Pine All lor tl riMBixas HM pint Tumblera 10 for tl "•BY Glaaaea 1 0 .. II Snap Qlaaata 14 .. II DEI ANTES HIT Decanter with 6 Olanaa Only tl LAMPH Complete with flowered chimney, burned and wick. AI the loweal puce in town O ply tl-tt G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO., LTD. Ilroiul Strt • %  Dial 1222



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PACK FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. MARCH B^BA^s^Apvlx^TE The English Mi \V.-dn.-sday, March 1. 19'" Deserted Promotion THE appointment erf Mi P f Campbell, Acting Colonial Secretary to Assistant Chief Secretary of Tangii: robs this island of the services of a popular officer but brings descried promotion as the reward of hard work and efficiency. Mr. Campbell came to this colony at the beginning of the war after serving with the British Ministry of Food in Nigeria. At that time the work in the Colonial Secretariat had not onlv Increased but had ba. come more Intricate Tim,wentwo (M fur this inciease. War conditions had inevitably brought issues which were not normally experienced and there waa the necessity for greater care in taking decisions by executive ..flicers; it bad also been abundantly clear that with the a I up of new department! in the service there was need lor more increaaad executive staff. Mr Campbell succeeded Mr A R. E. Browne. His quiet efficiency won him the respect cd his juniors and the time soon came when he was called upon to act as Colonial S larv. In this role he was responsible d introduction of government measures In the Legislative Council. Following in the leps of Mr. R C Stanley and Mr. J D Rankine he was a diffident speaker but could be no mistaking the Which the Acting Colonial Secretary had of measures On more than one occasion it was his duty to introduce unpopular measures and without appearing as a special pleader he brought convincing argum. nil to bear. His speech on the control Petroleum Rights Bill will long be rememi and it was due mainly to his convincing arguments that many honourable members who were at first opposed to the measure gave it their support There have been officers in the Secrelarlal captured public imagination more quickly; but hardly before has a been an officer who quietly and unwon the confidence not only :s colleagues but of the public whom !!,e\ must %  Mil promotion to the post of A of Tanganyika is the reward of eflici' In this hdand W •.( Indian Poliee THE holding here of a Confer Commissioners of Police from tl • Caribbean, tomorrow, is indication thai the need for a West Indian Poln fully realised. That this Conference will be held in Barbados is fitting tribute to an island where the local Force maintains an honourable long tradition of efficiency and courteay. There has been no official announcement of the agenda for eUacuanon but the fact that Colonel Michelin. Commissioner of the Barbados Police visiiing other islands in the hope of finding a suitable site for .1 West Indian PoUW Training School is evidence eno 1 unification ol torCM in the are., will i,l paramount importance in the discussions. Bar) to organise a Police Koice li was as early A that the lust fottta wai rtarted 1 nd durn 1 iing years Barbados has iianges have been instituted in order to meet modern demands and tl that there is nothing radically with the Barbados Pott1 Pore The high standards set by the Barbados Polio the building of a Wed Indian Polio 1 1 the greatest obstacles to 1 ogress of Wi atioi. : "" is Iraularl) I !•* on local a 1 uiilum of con Indian services, a unified West 1. Service is like so many desired asscx: %  outthi wOl |tw '" w "''' *o the career of a policeman whose lot In the WI It DO tin point 1 I ment has been necessarily restricted Is the .ally. A wider poUci means a more efficient and less parochial service And the benefits to be cV from free movement in the area arc bound to be reflected throughout the communities served bv a West Indian Police Force. The Stiff Collar ,:,,, l'.,k> tM I I August 15. 1947 The departure of 'Km i; "Poonah Sahibs" made adjustments easier. The transition period had many pitfalls and their were I few who found 1! difficult to reconcile . %  i*ir changed role. mce. there wax the ca nstance. tneie was tne c*w msu a mav De %  aooa im.. — ~—; %  of a Br.I la O" Uttle England *>\ N ( f com *f.,^ ^w folk I tney ire .._-i • >..-,... . > ...._,. t. i~ ,,"/ %  > hat its ni die authoriu „! a Karachi official Indl and p,|,ltan. And the nr< in !" mUonal Thamoionship to inspect his house and threw Ihlng lhey „. ve done I. to ope.i has """" '"" "BKrl Mm OUTBUI such case, have beer. 1Hfir clubs 1O h e national, of these named after the great !" t, tew and far between to affect countries And they have no Ranji. II "%  s-olollnnc ... n~L_ ii.e.i> <.f vrtri.il oToV IOO i-w saists = %  s*www——— — --ciUllii>-^ *• %  '—-^ --the growth of cordial relation* KSTe ts. The lifting of Rv M. A-fcir ggSAWag :,< tlw Iriclo-P.ikisl.n sub-contlHouse to attend the after dinner <">>" facilities ru! by '"•'•'•' %  nent. a rather unkind comment -nautch" parties a! h,< friend.. !" m '"'' ""'J' 1 '!!'"" J, ,„,'.' was: "The nation of shopkeepers the Maharajah of Mahmudabad". and Indian oBcm nj' !" "'„ has sacrificed the Empire to save house. This made him Ihe most %  "*' inn left Jo spend '" !" n, ? ,. trad, popular Covernor the UP evr But the reatmenUI "ewes re11 may sound an unkind cut. had. "P'" r %  ** gj", Kaooin' but the Enslish who have stayed Then there was the case of a o^on^alttouah th.'•"".*.£ behind to carry on the profession Harley Street doctor who came only occasionally when jar/. of the pioneers of the East India out a. Professor of Medicine in pajUe, are thrown b, ce'ebntie.. Company find life much easier the Kln George Medical Colleg-. Enahshmen will Maa* J* .,,,,1 'in.crestln, minus Ihe brass Lucknow m the late thirty. II. ft !" 1 *"*" f£'X^£ for hat and stiff collar became so Interested in Hindu Indo-Pattslan "b^""""" 11 It has been fortunate for them philosophy that within six months ,h fT"" h J y 'SSS that not man "' their kinsmen, he had left the medical profession. Indian and PUWU n.... .ho tl,„ve,l ,„ brass hats and stiff Si,,,.then he ha. been living with gJ^ff^^^^LTto ntS Government In The Last Parliament A BRITISH GOVERNMENT remains in power n period and resigns only in I part;, u reprcsenl .1. It is expected tha the Socialist II W aMsrabu ...-snuffled ,11 in., vent of Hie Socialist Party being returned to power for a further live years. Composition of His Majesty %  Government holding cabinet rank at this Ume Is ai follows: •oclil provincial basis. Pakistan. .. : I .. nHnal .-. X4X2^Z*Sg. ESS have done^'to'Slh' E ^S^~^£* The Briti.h have n.d to make ,,„ , stm quite a few "nochampionship and aaso an, ime , along in PakiSUn ch ngwtl . mon „,. European, unlvers.W^ournament. Both miss %  nd India. But the* have been b th ,„ more of a liabni'y no i ,'"" n h ' cricket plavint minor The llrsl thing to be dlsMn „„, to h „r tribe They are against other .J !" " ."' insularity. So .^"holding th, for, in two clubs ""Jj !" ""^"f/ !" '"^'ular as '"-L* 11 !!!".' ^ /-. .. 1 k „^cricket. India's big racing centrThe Punjab Club in l-aho"— "?,i ni .|. Bombav and Poonal'„rll.il... Held B> Salary per Year tng as tlM7 were rulers it migllt lave had !" '** m 22Z,& The Punjab Club in tajhore^^.{^BoVtoy'Vnd'Poona'.ct there are many P.kistarns ,.„, know „ a. the Pig and -Ca cut ^ ^^ .nd Indian, who %  JJ' <""< ""' 'l Wlstle-bar. .U door, to PaWs s nf s developing in ihetrlnsulant). the B nisi, would even Qn ^.j,, nights J !" !" d ^hop. And there „c lost iheir Empire much adm ,„ed. |„ Karachi "he Karach and la. ^ ^ """ ~ p n .ll.h Inl"t ditchers" stronghold is the '"""?; "^ Kels on he Derby But by and large English inN Pakirtan | ha. y SwM E'*,„?!-„,.. la 1 of in sulanty, specially u, the axial fJ^S' ln Bwlln g two Club 1 ££" !" £ "" P t fi 'ASrEng'lT.hme^ P wh r o took •— <• %£**£££ "nd Indian, never took to yachting m |v liked Indian music and b> '*edepa rcu.e o decision wa. take,, 10 0 S^. < ^ i '--'''"r i iSHi^ve^.^ rJawarU T^"T^ Ktiing. Dressed in spotless white ^""P*"" ? v ",„„, which the Ume. But the long years ot war PuertoIlico Eats More ^leat Premier A First Lord of the Treasury .. Clement Att lee. Appointed 1945 Lord President of Herbert until . Morrison Appoi' Foreign Affairs Ernest Bevm Appoint.'! 1M i i ,.i ;h,. Sn Stafford i-iuer Cripps Appointed 1947 Defense .. .. Albert Victor Alexander Appointed 1947 Lord PTivv Seal Viswount Addison Appointed 1947 | Lordi Chancellor Viscount Jowitt Appointed 194S Chancellor of Duchv of Lancaster ,. Hugh Dalton .. Appointed 1945 Home Secretary J. Chuier Bde Appointed 1945 Colonial Secretary ,. A. Creech Jones Appointed 1946 Commonwealth Philip Noel rv Baker Appointed 194* Secretary for Arthur Scotland Woodburn %  • Appointed 1947 Minister of Labor George A. Appointed 1946 ?dinister of Health Minister of Agriculture Minister 1 of Education %  pert, began at Kent How. veaterday. under the auapices of the Caribbean Commisaion, to study livestock problems of the Caribbean area. ,,„• „f the greatest and presentative ,i,',f. HII" **•< %  m tn *' area r.i ntonea reitelncludc and Tobago. Jamaica. British liLii-r.-.. Leeward latantU, Islands, Barbados. rm.nn. i.f.n. World War II, but still remain comparatively low Also the sharp differences .,s between colitttawd the tw o new aatternal Trade lUiLletins" were regarded as basic steps to the study u.blem, the i is renarded as the indispensable t amcr has emphasised that, while, by its very nature, the conference would deel with tbj uvhnlcal aspect u( Uveatocfc such as breeding, nutrition an.t disease, the discussions would be dtrected towards practical needs, and the Research Branch of the Secretariat has prepared comur. henatva sutlstics indicating the relative importance of liveptock in the Caribbean economy —for example a census of iivestock, percmUft at land devoted to pasture, additional Import and export trade figures of livestock products, comparison of the livestock and population resources. The bulletin on the meat trade, shows the great rise in quantity and value of meats consumed in the "Commisson territories These figures reveal | which, despite worldwide postwar adjustments, Including inflation and devaluation, stm Thf trend i* ba*ed on ncurea holns that the Caribbean meat market olU 26.552 ton* >n l4b. an iorreaae of more than 50 per MSlt since I9M. Th"* 1 ImporU were valued at 621.274.17V three times the expenditure in iwa. Snniluily, imported dairy products weighed 42,615 WM m ?M6 valued nearly 21.0O0.OM. Volume was 40 per cent up in Xhv case of butter and • %  •' and 50 per cent for c>ndensel milk in value, cheese and condensed milk cost thl[Si Mtd, wWH butltl WM UP li llllll" The most Unporttllt "J? the BM. h and pickled meat, it accounts for more than one-hal( the total m volume and 45 per e**. " ^Puerto Rico. SOW """^ h *j United MM uni-.'tVs standard of Uvtai maj Ihat of the mainland, by i far leads the rest ol the CftrtbWhat's on Todu\ ExJdbiUou of Brlliah Periodicals continue* at British Council at 9 a.m. Mobile Cinema at HoicUiwn and Laaeelle* area. St. James 7.1* pa Mr lluch Popham lecture* At Combermere on KnalUh Poetry at 6 15 p.m. bean in meat consumption, li 1935 it consumed more than onehalf the total of bnpod Caribbean territories, by quantity. By IMfi, the proportion bad reached 60 per cent. As an indication uf the reUtlva standard of living despite difTerence in taste, Puerto Ricu Jng position Is shown by U* ratio of nationalities in the Caribbean; for every one Dutch national thefe are'four French. 12 United States, and 18 British Puerto Rico has all but. 25,000 of the 2.000,000 UHited i^ in the area: the n in the Virgin Islands. Other meat consumption figures of the "Commission territories" for 1946 were British: 8.781 tons. valued at $3,000,000; the Nethurlands' 4,257 tons, valued at $1,750,000; and Flench: 2.428 tons, valued at less than $1,000,000 "The Caribbean export trade in meat is BtUtjh] its Infancy." Mr OH efinmi Ihe trade bulletin as saving. The data were compiled to indicate the scope for increased local production and even for exports to neighbouring markets, in On those territories where all the requisite factors for such an orientation of the economy are to be found." As for dairy piotti. variations in cotutunpUon were shown. The complexr | than a tnini. La lad te alad b) factor typical ol ihe v-nuty Ua llntisli West Indies paid teas than twice as much fur 1M7 as thej cttd In 1935; but In that tune the United States territories Increased their purchases fivefold. The most significant dairy development, according to the Trade Bulletin, was the reduction of Jamaica's Import of condensed milk since a condensary had been established In that island. "This development," the bulletin stated, "like the similar expansion of local production of cement in Puerto Rico, constitutes one of the achievements in the past, as well as one of the happy omens in the future, with respect to the programme ol Caribbean industrialisation." OIH HI ..III.US VI,: Thv 4 ommmiilY Owt. A Debt Of Gratitude To Mr. SmytMe. ....J-,_ .*i, ,>r.^t.roncseii the teaching of SP be taken unmco.-tely to go m Remember England in f>^J"."*^ ^ R "Jf 1 *!^" f fJ^^toS srsa LTcr^ui as ?Ag Z BRKffi**S£srS JS r£r;jzp: tod and other pUot.. sM a II mull be ronombered that timu.n. mm or ^^ ^^ „, would h>ve lm(lans ,,„, b ,-ii„ 8U i.l person. Iron, time to i. conip.il> h.s monopol). g^^,. u, e auction ol the been dead cert, and would have m t at once our political ue. and whiten to the Press abou |l Bu and a. .uch It ow' a dtrty to U K ^„„> Hltmadbl „ wlull hM dl plMd c.t*ume or Guillen, our eeosr.phlc.l situation; tor now that the searchllaht ol eoiuumm. reasonable people • hf donc Q n MlKUon Qol bo.h o( whom tailed to gain Kitereality the Caribbean can be phllcaophy u I Mr be satUfled to be liuonvenlenced ^ hr ^ occasion.' lion We .hall look forward to described as a Spanish sea li r. Bmythlas In Ins two illu' % % %  minaUng articles in the "Advocate" J BSD more convmci',1 Ifaaa Thu ajsnUei have '"" ,t ; ..-_ .. .. r._ he has thrown on,the subj tor a few day,, but not for weeks. I personally feel that the comuiulu'. What and where was he before the West Indies suffering greall; the weak, scratchy Jamaica team for the mistake, made erroneously Perhaps your readers would tM owe a debt of grali-,|, VKi ,{ Trinidad, rim I tbringii b] out blindlolded Interested ID knowing what son,lude to Mr Smythles for the light blo ^, 5n0 uld be given a chance, selectors abroad .hlnk Aneurin Bevan Appointed 194S Thomas Williams Appointed 1945 George Tomlinson Appointed 194' President of the J. Harold Board of Trade Wilson Appointed 1947 All Cabinet ministers re Privv Councillors and .hereby lm the right to be known as 'Right H NnTm bl fhe Cabinet are fifteen other Ministers. :: .ws: Portfolio First Lord of the AdTniralti .. Vlacount Hall Appointed 145 Secretary ot tmanuel State for War Shinwell Appointed 1H4" Secretary of Arthur v Air tar of ,)ort Minister of Food Minister of Town and Country Planning of National Insurance Minister of Sup%  d of Aircraft Production of Fuel and Power if ri\ii ."ii Postmnster General i of Work^ Minister for Colonial Affairs Minister of State Minister of Pensions . %  i nment. Paaitlon Held By Salary pe lartley W. Shawcross Appoint.il 1946 Lord Advocate . John Whealley Appointed 194' Solicit..! Qanafal Btt Frank Soskice Appointed 1945 Solicitor General Douglas for Scotland .. Johnstone Appointed 1947 Premier AtU. 1 tmUaapj at No. 10 Downing Street, London, and an official country house known as Chequers, in Berkshire. Ernest has an official apartIV i race. London. A. V^ I Alexander as Minister of Defense has an apartment in the Admiralty Building, shared with Admir.t> cunt Hall. Chancellor of the Excheiqucr Cripps nas an official residence at No. II UWung Street. London. Various other ministers h.ve .partments Ifl their Official office buildings %  Earl of Listowel Appointed 1948 Hector McNeil Appointed 1946 H. A. Marqii'ind Appointed 1948 the Crown also art; as follows: J A MAlti; Blimi/uhi 15 years experience as an Electrical Engineer, and has worked with big electrical com large countries, sttrali to know what he is Ulkuig a) Mitor, The .Aduocat*. %  nd i! SIR.—Allow me to com' duly of th. Man.., *$ " e Wc *\ I,,a,tt ,n "mUnd blood should be glv> but consider (young men at that stage) such as Jim Parris. CanS,H,m*h leaume. Carew Tangchoon. who To The Kdilor The ^jrocatc. performed Sfefl tune and again yet failed to catch the selectors' SIR.—Sometime ago the Director of Education expressed his gSS^rsB^SMrbi rhird and last. K Trestrail a ho bMn J *f, W "*?"!"„ th pr " un B West r.chance batsman, his place in P 0 *" 1 a "f il **• oew*\e. now i ndlcs nd who aporecUtes the educational set-up i icnd in Panama who loves Barbados and who knows the disadvantages ign< Spanish has cau dians who I 1907 :ak* no sub stumpers, this position desirable. the team could only be valid as ,,ri ta "heyance far-reaching iwiirjqutfnces of U, But in these days when we arc ^^T cultural relati.:. • uWeekes, Worrell, "riving towards West Ind) t. Gomel. R.. ithstanding our at Pt. though futile, to encourmlcrtl>lit l Alii he be going in to bat" are Venezuelan toui u practical K:' *wledge ot Spanish b] place in the tesuti? A team witn more than a mere few would be to b<* that the Director of Education list leaching ul Spanish antaxy Schools but .^icn newreached mc that your hard-working, wellmeaning, but alas, insular anv benighted, school teachers wen trying to upset the apple-cart it is my Arm conviction that the inhabitants of the B.W.I, should ^11 be bi-lingual, their second language being Spanish "Although Barbados is probably proud of its Erdlston, I am not I have always been strongly in favour of having your teacher* trained overseas, as the only wa> of breaking down their died-in*. he-wood conservatism and broadening their outlook, in the hope that they would be able to pass it on to their charges, and finally help a new generation to emerge that realizes that Barbados Is not the centre of the world and civilization, and that it Is not the fault of the rest of the world that the island has been described (rather aptly > as a Chapman Street, Michael. Ovaltine Husks Dunocri&p Crispbrcad Pom Potato Powder Peanut Butter Sliced Cucumber Pickle Pkts. Table It** Pkls. Kais>ns aa*^ rirm PoUUfX Frere PilgH* m PURINA DOG CHOW 5-lb Bag 90 cents. GODDARD?.



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TT UKESD ivv HABCH I, IO.-.II Council Will DiscussTiirtiier^ Resolution for Pottery Industry BARBADOS ADVOCATE 11 was n iiuffcestion of the Hon'blc a a ft Evelyn, further considca| fc rf the Resolution . which Mr urannam E.J yesterday in onto that could_be produced ..„ g? m ,k: ud) %  '" %  rajort commercial ba B-i'"1 i.„u.„. Only thai da, he t — on .e SM-UD of fault |,„ K:hv dlK u!a Isitor l„ iho slstna i If, r Vs ""'reasr u-Mnctaw Indt SL2? hal wouW ,K Uivln * "•"••• •*) p* ML ,J "*. Pf v "">" '<* • "" %  Mr Chandler menffe„?hi d • T,, uiU and all Honed the atone* of i large home !" -^*!i p *>' m nu '"•' GovernOr C.ribbesn market Be recXd mem h. a c „,,, N .„ tmM mm Government's eperc* wTTh ^ w.l'T?' """I'' "* to ' """•>• re the rtrVwUrew! nis or enlarge that Tint to pay th. rau, „„, ,r*TcouW j. jt nwwn ivuKeshnt mactii•><• %  -.. ^ " '""Uahl that Mr cwi • • S rasa ^'R&Sig £ SB ?af n producing article: should ,„ chen. %  0u d ^ h 'PP" that net" cheaper ^SSStlZ, •cheme ,, ,„, opinion. predicted that the ciwlkv Mun •;" %  H-I.CV.. • ha, ,70.000 .eovle would be the % %  Mr. Pile concerned. He lei, that the scheme WM as now a^^Zr !" ^.^: ••" %  tablish a Pott.r> 7„H.'... 1 :* ""-e scheme wh,ch ._. ted to think would be wiser ftl,!.!.! D uneconomical, and he was not I radical Proposition loans to vote for K, he said and H. i,,! ;,;'"'" ""^f** ... n ndd lon <<• all those doubt. '*peated his suggestion th.u-'i)c I that Mr U i'l,D ^"^'^ Ts Pr TT ' WCK "" %  •""'"" p „ed under • handicraft. This IL„ h v Ih "be*n^ni r : 0 w n r "?? n , ),.M ^' B "" m,m n P"! .-lihougi, he hoped ,t „, fDe^l"Pmcn.„„„W.l ( a„, m-dc considerable ,„ qui ri es =„!? orm "' the reioTuuo* was that iuch a Ja'cu^rTf, h " ^", ""' "TS 1 "* ,0 r * Un "* fuTrepon on .. proposed inquiries as he hadmade had ^ "„.P"vate individual ^vould be foV nn. ^f'.iiS".* na,ur ", M "'""matter at >he ear, lui. indintry In Barbadicated to him that l£rTu,i^ """" lo kc " That how! the !" U. d c K,r,c lx,we r lrom 'L'"' t bec u,e " "" _Jrrnrt. which ., ,cal possibilities for cL^ "'"• ,ud ""' militate against hC, ,, tS^Sl. GoV ', rnn,enl , c or >' "'"' "" xtxn '""uld £"< ••-•"•'""'>• "^ %  W. an P tr.d""n haniler'S?: ""P.""". "' " scheme* "" S .T:"'^.."^..' r T. rlMwncre r^ """—nd he supriicd livernmrn' r.i., aniai laiediius such';,;ssrss d £ %  ££.' •nd olher condlwork, turtle shell, et" ,"'"',"' wh "her against his (I iJUieaater or from elsewnen M .d per un„ would be a pracihere was no question about tE•hev ha"d" m %  "' Proposition Members of ,t wa. desirible to iX V. rlv hether iK" we" ^l. XeC ?" V W0U d kn ?r ,h JcUon ' en ' someone w come fn the seh'emeTo ll^_*!l-J5-LS SS "> h 1 "> d "" d %  % %  %  ; E, pou. terra cotto wal u, ,t was one of g, local ,! ?*>:"""< more Information; ?*3£„ h n f d ">"'>',''"' chandler had asked whvTt w.. !„,.; or can be provided for It w> „, jd " '. and whether they were to^la, 5Sf K ture of the followinn Acting Colonial Secretary and he i!? k """ down "" ""'me to ~1 L ,.„! T did not want to suggest ihat" n. ch "" ""'"' a ould militate !" S!* 11 r "1" ,or Pumping wale.' running of it KLhnrks eessarilv the m >,„. 8g "L! h *!. n f: against ,u sueeeaa. -bulk purchase of electrt kcle-ns Stic'potierV. very reasonable demand in the ^."""'V"' lne eommltlees re'"IJ""'" """" """ w "" %  this nesoiuu doUar area! He ""n begged in F?" wou ld make him change bil m f !t d „ -vhelher ,, wa" merely hl.'.T(gnSum drew attention to move that the Council concur m *'""• He "" very little merit G,,ve 'nment seemed to have h !', ... J. '"'' %  *""" "C^tibllitles of flnancthe Kesolu.lon '"""" '" In the resoluUon. m "" ""• doubt a, to the meriu uf ,J nd 1?iZn ?J i^^\, "S„,uf.cture „f potter, Honble F C. Hutson seconding Only $3,000 ? be'./SldT , K ?y .s.""T ranS '-'" %  "'""• *""'^ .SJfS-h. Mi. In the estimate ,or the pre.„ ^ one ume a !" wei .-v.ri^o """"ment were "*"„;"th^,, up a fardti path or was put linn %  Tttirffi "Lru^cSe^T^-eTror,'^ HnanS yea'^^.^to^;' i^^^^^fT ^ So Private Capital men, problem They "h'."d"been 31. told recently that the experiment %  pi —, "J" ii L experiment '' %  (gaaiitiee aiipo.i.u,: bo ills wa 'uBmble but in Ida opinion 'o tne Barbados Treasury by lne~rn1^iTi n Tir f ***u 1 . g^iblc tha, they shou,d g^J^rT^rfS:. *i Sj _1 It povi.al %  Ettal Colon with the understanding that pgih IhT^arbX" 1 ^ re U d K < " w uld lu > a " " ActWl*„r?.„,^Tff 3 ,. b> ln Col ""ll Secretary ,f C30.000 ~a^n Pm .„„.t nd We ar was to And employment lor U "himbefhad IKZH a . h "' people, how man, people would be roSS't'ot^routrnTexpcn'"" ** ^ ">< -- JSnmittce to consldei BtulprcMllsh. Main Kciisnn dgjr-workini. Induslrj adHis main reason I or suPBortin, f S5.000 to ca... .unlikely that the,,.s„l„l w aa Ull th.^SSj m W scheme laoiporarUy. ii—". ---Al be attracUd muld provide work for local pen. w "> he had voted that 5,ooo ^VSaL 1 V „Li'T 'ihl J' '" '' l '' S*J '""UHht that the stclu understood from the addendum w OU T 1" IWI ifbS •J* that .. rkless of the scheme deneiiHe.1 ,„. '" 'he resolution Ihat the sum St d , ,' indmaiul. wa. ... be started II large extent on the pSule ,h.l "tad for was to e, au e the facTh P '' '1' f? ""t"* "' "' • Mr BranirS'hlJr: >"" >• """ eertata'^der,"lor |^l^^"rSJuCV^; Port had referred to the mentality l*""^ "d that the tun would '", „',,„ "jfeVred t IV ,' ,x Mar, of the people who had been in the '' refunded out „l the proceeds y''\ heme llc\ ,,, li,,,, • only a matter of pottery craft for generations, and "' "" "• for lha, reason he TK. ,„„ vo,e ,or 7 ..main're ds *eks ago ,'nat he had from personal cxpi-nence he could ' %  'hat the Council hail not by ,? J. SL. k miniature g n the Council tbat they support Mr. Bra.mams views any previous voTpledged Itself V,ei,x Fnr schem '' he ld A •Rnolution to provide There were people who had 'o vote additional funds, and Local Labour Ik enable the pottery inbeen working In the craft who 'he efore the present resoluUon As regards the employment • I kto ennnue nn the presenl ""eaceustorned to work ai tiay for $70,000 stood on Its own local labour. Mr. Braiuiam alter gl_ ., d w ho would not be merita. Thev had to decide speaking of the temperament of faajMirablc rMinb. %  nenableio a, ,,, wheh,, ,t warranted the expend'he Chalk, Mourn pott. \ Mr J R. Brannam was '"gory discipline. That was a Iture of that sum. suggested that if after 12 months" lite Ian in u con Mtulty which Cover nmenl Mr. Brennam on Page IS of working thoee posters proved un• uadera reseat.-., ,-ln, >ukl come up against when the his report had suggested four suitable. ,hey should employ one I by Development atul ehne wai itarted. methodVof setting up the pro ect or more European thr. t*VahS .*' ""'.',"•';:'" ,„.w ,',;:,.:;?; "'"•' hing ,." which a d • < thm i MkKJtne '"reman potterTand instruct. 'f.toZd IT !" d1i Hi"/;"CotaulD.v.lopm.iuCons.Mo. If *ey entered the pottery hlir^C'rerrurBied o^U^^eeS £ l ?ff^i£5 'o sponso,the scheme. He want"home, they were pledging to ,? w" do.? in t?Sl hunself ?,,d ,h. V* Exp *" 'd '" '""" % %  whether the Govern-pend $24,000 on the Head of tha. Ksug^io fBarlL"S ^M*?£LXtt£Z £%& ""-n. had approached the Colonial DeparUnenl to employ him fcr sfkSdLt Mr .Brannam to $31,600. Would hat amoumT "T^"?!?"" C "rpration and lore* year. TO., could_nol then Esauken that „,v,-„ K .,l,on. sufflcient to give the schernc a tl*? "l"? ' 2" ,n "'"H"",' ,. ,L a. H^""'.'! 2 "T" 1 '' Twort bad been £ the Wr chance, or would thevTave ? hey had '"" been approached. If the whole Idea of the schemId memoes foi the pas, lo red,,,.. ,he plant or uuiWlnJ h -would suggest that Government was to empl, local labour, they Lfcltad recommended the 'Pace so as to get l Theme do ^. would then have to decide either ^Bit of an Industry at in started? scheme Th( s0 |„, mi w „ uM nol .„ lri ,,., to start the scheme and Condnui pHpenditure of £20.00U Honble G. B. Evelyn said he P rivale enterprise, because even it with local labour or not to start nromeiit before deeming would move the iKistponement of Mr Btann m had said that it it at all. %  mod. invited two promifurther consideration untihev '"""" n0 y ld more ,han '" r V? "^ oU r,eourse that the; had had an opportunity of seeino P* r cent In lhese day ' beavy could adopt _would be to employ tteo which taxation and not very much enpeople from oiler parts of tht Th couiagement from Government Island and leave out the Chalky h a H the individual who wanted to Mount people if the, proved un start a privale enterprise would suitable. If the, did that, In onsider putting his money believed that tht Chalk, Mou'i venture to get four potters, working on their own his outlay. He would would undersell the Governniei, established busiand the taxpayers' monev wovl The Acting Colonial Secretai' said. -I will give the answer u one sentence. The reason U13I Government have sent down this I Resolution for $70,000, is becalm-1 the amount Is suggested by the of half that amount. He wuu.d '"' mou „ .u...—. commiltee who have advised the Government whal to do. That Ihe short answer to the question. I There is no question of coed '.<•• or anything else," The other question which the I hon. Mr Chandler had asked, was whether any approach had been %  % %  ...-,. >.u *..<„,>..—, -."i........v,. until tney ., :; j L hinassiiiei,, Mr. A. S. had had an opportunity of seeing p cent In IneM day "' Mvy I ind Mr. D G. Iiiacock, 'he report of the Committee which la * llon and n l ver .v much enpeople Ifttsldent of the Chamber bad advised the Government The eouragement from Government is,and %  Wee, and also Mr. c. A. Acting Colonial Secretary had "" individual who wanted to Mount 1*0 Government Analyst, Son* very full, into that report, "" a Privr%  t to Government on tho and it would be much more sailsn l consider %  ssptct of the proposal. factory for members to read the nto n risk >' an sorry Ihat this report report for themselves. per cent, on I Jiti sorry that this report report ior tnemselves. per cent, on his outlay, nc wouia a mailer „f only a few The terms of that report as read invest in a well established buslI BO.' been made availby the Acting Colonial Secretary ness with reserves already built %  Council. It had certain, were not very favourable lo the up. barn withheld In, any scheme As far as Mr. Brannam's eaUiaaon. and 111 fact until Mr. Kvrlyii asked whether the mate was concerned Mr. Chand%  me had been referred to the ler expressed doubt that a factory financial Secretary and if so, could be properly equipped < %  whether he had recommended it. these da.. —ktrrtfrml to Hmlisnl that honourable ^^ksd n„t rcceiv, -lh Jusliliciuin I W&BI the reporl %  jnc committee did nol [oe was anj Jklnioiiic;,; fo, ay Mr. Brannam. latiich Mr Brannam had ^d In hh report were "• light of -., IEJo,S'"'" ; :i "' ""> ^ %  "l" 1 lo t.lil.noo. mis % %  0 for working capital, i recom. wry largelj „„ „„. r-^-ut :i„. export •,.„, %  g Cola ——t0 the p,,,,.BteJIteej eport „, this ( %  dm which thev point-.. £uV rlrannam's reporl \f'. ^A .00 l.rge ,1 "a-tl trade iifct"!"' I "' d no recomLT -1 Government shouhl lproceed with me full !" J the, did say, was ^d* In,,; Gov, [ % %  i was con Iderable %  alnf tolli,.. gyftei. Ihei v.. P*sugge.iioii for con"> pointed out that %  "> be decided was aaa amount of capital •"•Invested 111 order W !" rh mey had deC. !" nsultati,„, with aaa*g Was ,70.000 or %  "' 'hat amount ,-ilh £30,000. He was HOW'S YOUR ARITHMETIC? Why not let the S.I'.C.K. BOOK DEPARTMENT %  I,'ins 1 I Wc will add to your HAPPINESS from your WORRIES X Multiply your KNOWLEDGE 4. Divide your 'INTERESTS Heading good BOOKS will always help you to answci problems, whether the, are RELIGIOUS. ECONOMIC U. POLITICAL, EDUCATIONAL TECHNICAL, or just GENERAL. A large assortment of BOOKS is always on Display in Our DEPARTMENT, on the 1st FI001 of C. F. Harrison & Co., Ltd. Pay us a visit, or Telephone 4427, at your earliest con. (Killing to plraee our Customers. made lo the Colonial Do was published, but they had sa, that they were not at the momen interested In the scheme Nol at th* time because of any doubts s to whether or not It would be business proposiUon. though bt -ugieetmg -hat th.y ex prcted It would b*. Th* reaso. they had expressed themselves ,. not Ming Interested, was that 1 was too small a scheme rhc would have been Interested if ratal on a bigger scale. As regurds the remark made bj ihe hon. Mr. Evelyn aa U whether or not the advice of Uu Financial Secretary had beer obtained, he would say that tnb had been but as he had said belore he did not think he was at liberty H inform the Council one wav or the other of the advice tha a permanent Government offlcei gives to Government. As regards the doubts that ha. bee,, expressed by the hon Mr Hutson and the hon. Mr. Chand ler as to the $70,000. beini enough to give the schema a fan chance, he would suggest thai this be left lor hon members ti study and consider In Ihe interval before discussion be resume, on the matter Misunderstanding He thought there might .,v ',e misunderstanding thi the scheme was merely for 'h benellt of the existing potters a Chalky Mount It was not Ih question of benefit to thee* pot tors so much. It was th* rstab Ushnient of a pottery industry a %  proper basis. Mr Brannam In his report ha expressed doubts, as Ihe hon Mr chandler had pointed out as I the craftsmen from Chalkv M„„, being sumrientlv competent I produce good irlicles That Barbados Amateur Boxinji Assoriaiion Pal/on His fscel/ency Tht Governor MHWIMMIVN I \0VICES (HAMI'IONSW TOIR.NAMEM. ApDikAiiiwii %  !, invitcH lrom in 1 tar %  ,..!,,,, %  ok* v lce at th* MMmt Him I*!, and HiiK-tDa.) tU> M.rrh • aUganaikUi ) Srlioo.s it, in. l'rbt.11 AM •M*-, I3-ti>nlH> --lu,.. ( TiainiiiiNiaahlpo Wf : It.-!. 11, h HI. tor Uir Km %  l" W> W r School ChMI Ptonahip* s " -twaa idkaaia i Serond.., Srhoola ChMnph"•* if. Ihotar h. it\p nrvgtr l.k-i |NHI ( •IV}tlMHI guiuslf-., .,. ,,!,. iMrtaaal. jyrmm of spvlioiiiiM •l>L.iii>rd froiii |ImrUi tlud**.. HlDi School on irqu> %  I cMu* TUgndtu PAGE m 7 E "FLORENCE" BAKES THINGS LOVELY s. ^ Wo now have in iloci FLORENCE STOVES AND OVENS 3 BURNERS $71.86 2 BURNERS &f Cffl GARAGE TRADING CO., III). VIM cleans everything smoothly and speedily! A quick, easy rub with Vim — and the gre&siesl siucerans shine and sparkle i,-ain I Vim sets oil all ihe dirl and greoa so smoothly. without scratching. Use Vim lor pols and pans, woodwork, tiles — all your cleaning I when the Mm ban .,1,1 have modified what He had gathered from conver-i sation with him. that there werel craftsmen here who. witi. train%  ng. and not very long training, would be capable of excellent work. He believed the hon Mr. I Hutson would probably bear him out in this view. ual number of people to be employed as set Hrannam s report was 42, but he I he could nol say exactly arhu was the number to -ed under the modified MataM The real object of the scheme I set out in the committee's report was to test out and to give l.i.l"' .'!?' ** ,W0 "' "" %  broposab 'itn the minimum •gpendihin ,nd the minimum risk. It did fail, he did not know what the maximum has would be but it would nol l very great. r^rther discussion was then ; -:,-,•:,,' j ra-a-a-.-.-.-.POULTRY FEEDS OF ALL KINDS by 7 COMET Hollands Finest Beer Agent4 ROBERT TKOM LTD. Phone 2229 j*W "l'liill.llilr I rum II. 'lMI|| li.lll .1 o.. I.Id FOR LINOLEUM WOOD FLOORS AND FURNITURE MANSION HYGIENIC WAX POLISH FOR BRIGHT AND HEALTHY HOMES dtsurt/wA bJhiihiq QaMA with and without ^ippeM Real leather complete with writing pad, dale card and envelopes. 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SDAV. MABCH |. *ls. CLASSIFIED ADS. TltK BARBADOS ADV(>( AIT AUCTIOrt ,, HUT eeTATf. FLATS rxilly wtn Rttrar. -. Wffia.eg, DIED F *£diy - her mldfiM , Michael Her rune — „ :r Late KNMW al t IS 2_ k hrt >(ITW fee the Pilgrim f .--—as-Churolt. CiTTlnH %  2 .vnre lo thr Weatb> Fnrndi arc invUM ^^priitfi. (Father 1 AJeth DrUmr;. ..ksssssT**. Ruby. Miur.el. ^i<%  renee Detartry .Brothi*. flrtw t c. *•" 'nonarr. DMI Bd *" " Prpmim. or Phone > 3 1* PAGE SEVEN "ATCAKF |. 1 3 JO n-K ip ii""" Mo "t. CM R %  AurUoer-, %  l-OST 9rk IM.I mi THANKS bega lo th.... Ik. UAYXRBV Famlb *L_Uiv " them on l... ?f*o.tr-. of VESTA ..LEWEl.LY! ,Uf MAYERS "Graham Col" I > BnKWIE DTO-^E a iff 'z"j' f ?Jz-% "r J? *iM-t A,.-, lOT ,„'r P *"&,„" „^*"V V See,,. %  hrti* woirc. * I lawn-tar. -h M*m:,' AWig. War h Zl ,., + %  . Hetsriettn. Art, Un*. Srh I. lit CWMJt HUT PhD Dae Cachalot. M V •!* %  Bt, Yarn. Serve La hi MtRlVALg M V Blue Star. :jo ton* tie I •!"*., Nan.. Ate*: \ F a 1 Thlrtby. IM IMH net OnD£• f end r—iniji Si LMTU, M Vtnreot. Rn AIW. rkrte %  ( -einnj IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION VMTHklMN. LADY ROD.trY -AHV NHMO 1 LADY KODMIY LADY nvtiw LADY NIBA<\ I LADY RODKTY I ;?• %  indie%  t.u nfh |BM UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER n— Oilr .rttt Cu*lon..| 9 S ArniD i Baa 1 _. dprarHy thank all oenona %  *< m-^fd >hp funerl. aent wrnh ig, letter*, ar In Any other wav e*~ £d Ue.r *ympMhy to m. art beli.ll Sine *"'" "' our lovln ftdher FIT7 5jjt.*N YXARWOOD. -' pit %  ^ JJ* IW nflftlh Y-rwood. _T J(-re h N-th-niel. Ivan Si LnlWton Ycara-ftOd J; LB,,V Hartr-. %  de"thfer< ilfel, Oliv MEMORIAM I B VL>4 memorjerf our oe mothr* l awlJ TPJT BABB who paaaej .ia* KM Muvn 1M* ; Ww %  ft'*"* 1 o" 1 I*""""1150—fri Pl'WI.W \ QTHTi ".€25 %  **** pwrterf hv obuinmc ordtm Cabte and Wire; -.'at they ran not -llh tl.e WIltwrtM thlpa BartMdcM Cmt Italian %  Biarll. N s Balai.rla 9 \tlaMttr V %  ** ESM Rvwett. R.g poeetdon s s Adelaide. S S. Abu S S t'rufav S S lialia. e>: „ Iem.-i % %  i Cuthbert. John Babh. I8O M Babb. Rancht :i Taag^Doeto.. Mirum Bnbb. %  Ranch RJifnatd fhildrent 3 e* !" ev-"rt • %  T CIA Paper* Pl*aee Ca#v> ISM •ocrrH BASCOMBJ: a: Wr St 0>rc'* wha BM "•*" JfrTt' Cnn. Diath i hut i ne\-nr take ajcaaj that ever Unite**, Vhia* upon ihi earth wa MlrJ IH EILn %  White. MrPin Kaiav l*ei".n.irfc* idatiatiti |,atawaa Btenman. icrand nn %  1 3 30 %  TV of Hv Be'o. > i i.-i NOTICE TV""Je^ !" iL." -OUBMi -ntil funh,. ^^ ri By order n( The CnmmL^n^, WEAL ESTATE ; 1 AND-40 000 : Top Rock Appl) 1 <""i<* Co L(d C.B Qe*., Rneb.iek '•reel ) a SOt n NOTICE nn trr.1t fre>*-ell railed tn re1 long [ ftter tndav row ••ere Tea abf.ired hard and [lit III peace. Mother d fa* vo*rnn earth no m ft until te"iiiv Toeli ilaav. ._ flrethel Howell datajiter B—"" 'Adopted Daughter* 1 3 90In II levinf memoryn( ottr dear bekife%  •VI roTER who dcoarted ihl* hfi e :*t ot March. lt*c. • >•• hearo Ue a pieiu'e p than iirvar or roM mother %  win newet fro**' okl %  Mean, nirdy* iDancMen tCuraean. Dn mn pear totu ?V !" or pauipera tJ .'f^.y'frow the\ l l^u£o^ M ;o noipiut to and from the ALme0>a p^* # L or nnv P"* 1 • ,h P*vh F >w lfc burlali o( p.tiipen >al rrom the Aim-home u the Cemetery ,> .^! eS! ""' of ,he >"" ,h!r-?-^ 1 ? 1 Bo,rd ^ awaedlan. reaerre he rich! to conv.-y tay p f ,.,.. Nteie-lj] P,B '^' ^ o** *• •• The Board of Ctiardfwui do noA bind -uX ' ""^ ,h •* or w *<• ^ COJBBlN. Cler*. Board of CJuirdlatn. __ __ %  Pata 1AND at Amity Lortc Worthinn Ojun*. iT^hov^pn" %  "J %  ft to 13.000 j 1 -tt-asrii! b ,im — -•" .aT 1 !^* 1 '.' r *<" ajaw frw, Vendor. ^^ m Waaihmci -r"-n '.renada Angelina Qnaa* %  vaton Q,hie. William M.tler *. ^Uier Pro*. CyMI Be.ale.. Ben.ar.. Knife. Robert Cnrtrwahamk %  >n. Roma Aurim. Daphne Waro I Dai+m.. Barrow. D.lev LeaeoHt. t,w H" au "" a t rnrM >*""*'• W" 1 | £"'*••. Lord Minton, Lady Mamor H, Eladla B.neo. (ola Come *a. Ooniato Rodrtcuer John Morgan I rrr,m Jama^oa-lth, . Kr-nre. C*> aron. Col Walter Calve.. |Don-Jd. Cyril Bodge. Mia. Man M jOonaid. ftCr.. Kbh. MeDonaht. Brig Ct'h %  "Carthy Mr, Patti. ia 3 I e B W I A : MSM 1" ,'A -"' D ""'•*;>—'. IrdJ ,per" J, rd ",' ^aar Learnt Rotation. t! Mlcb*el •>,. rh-, tMtar <*, front ltM r^ „ lr "aT* n "*"*>• ""• avallaMe r Tf" 0 "* w ""ar nreepted App,, t *... .£? %  •' I1 OI '"I ordlaMlBI. 3! -.an lor miNIDAB Mka Jane Booth. Mum Mariar "" „ ( i" n *? >" Booth, MlF. MT HO22 '! %  *** %  „ I,U KIIM Mm 0-|lelle Otmeii. M, ||. HI M. M J nir, B rt "' 1 M* ArthLw Mra Lucy Qw, Hi MBS! Pmtmma ^ * Roebuck inbuilt Ver. '"roMiion and Llauor himIrupertion on applleatlnWIU he recMved by -t\r Ltd JMIrTfJO*. "Run iv | Cltelan. I 2 W 7n :£cars-3S''3=jr —tutroadm Fire Imiiiancr Jvf i, '* h T **-BarbadoTelephorw to. Lid. Preferred Cl Cottle, Catfnrd "Mir. catfnr Mr tfj 'htllh —%  >*ar. Dr Alb. %  Mr Jaek Fmnrope. Mr Frei %  lbeth Smith. Mr %  ^eva-.d,,*,. u,. Ut-to Sohuh Mr Kenneth Havnc MR Thompaon. Mr i; %  ptaj MIA Ffuna, \t, Mr P llarrl.. Mt Jame. lohM* Me. M .".itH-^fT'* R Oaeon. • £T "*_ **L ^ %  — %  %  ** Haana-*-. ."T?" 1 *** %  •-" %  %  ^* CMaaa..i*. ss Oarona. S$ Anna |, Candy* *. <; R.*. is i^, Ft -i ,;T* ^vli%, U Beeknnp. t e. T,,*,,. S Ok* ime. S.5V Neefead. s tew Yea*, ft Warden s 1 Dee. %  %  %  a.' TnarRtr. B.S L-gae| %  Atnoa,. B* AehagMt tl -Ktesvn. Dr Djf Pot nRITlaH (litANA Mr Nornmn Wight, Mlai Doreett RodCUea. Mr Claude rVilaet. Mra Bentitee f-ulton. Mint Irma I*remada*. Mint Or ace Cundaerbabfi. Mr. Wilton Angc. gngtl .-ve Angoy. Mra Maniuerl'a Angu. MaavraSinHin Angov. Anhibald Bntoo'it. MrM..nn Grlflb. TAKE NOTICE If i l MT1TA KBCOftDR QIC 'rporauon ..reamred and ekiating urn %  ££•& %  ? Be| KT. 1 "" 'Mra> ol hifmeea at Tap Buonih Avnm few Wk „_ suw „, N#w v iJien of Amenea hai applied fnttie J'JT l,h ._ Ph "raph ^eer-d, anfl r^.-^" 1 **•'* f " phamograph. 'SST5. SJ? ""* """ ilh ban the a* %  "'"'""'• %  ^ "ate to me oppoeatlon of nirh rea" *•" The irwdr 11 aggaUratio raied IMI ^th day of rVbM.aty taee H Uli, Itegiatrer e. Trade 'lareBl.S9aV-Sn TAKE NOTICE C Children' I 3 SO lit FOB SAU KITOMOriVE ff > Sedan Dodge Cai NOTICE -~J fliiven. in and oondiUon fcaai-C-e price Appl> Slmugtlnnnc* Junea Street. a 2 50—I f n KHANICAL CTIiS CAM1MEH CYCUK-Alao -II GenU and l-dle. Spneta Auto Ca TraTalgBr St. Dial IBM. BfcTCI* One la Jl to:>.ditlon Itelngh Hn-veie ..nyajeln with ligM. i uu Caw. Phone a Dial M3I I a 00—3n rTPPEW-pe^tii, ham Bhg—-. gxcelk.it. hunting or Watch 21 J SOOn ad Brttian Colonial Stnmi' | iingim or more Wril Village 11. Ch 28 IM >i JfUO .; %  f Aqu.1. f** "aupii %  a%B%i 'B At the Mayfair Oil' Chib Plrrt day ,-over. e aet Coronation Samp* >ld USA. Stamp., etr 18 J fe—Ik. Eeuie e-MD-T ILOBKNCI JORDAN „ iDecnaaed' NOTICE IS HKKXBY QIVEN (hat b li f^tei^ vta ? "y Jabt n, Maim agcinr lh# Eatate of Emily F1ore.. j„nLiu Ph^Tl. wZl"le^ Gl "'* ""* d m th '^"• %  n m sntm Michael, m thi. uignd. *na> dhhl at Brooklyn. Mew York CR] m the United Statr. of Ami 2nd day of October it**. .„ r he.o'n' reqtmed to aand In nartl,., Claim, duly .Ikeeted to B. I-eraaCneO High f*ireet, Brtdi-ic. .,„ or (-fore lb* ia day of March IBM fMg I hall proceed lo ,i aaael. of the Delate amomr th partle* rntitled thereto, having .ega,,, u> tbdabu and elaima only or which I then ha*+ neat notice and Ih.t I not br liable fur a**rt. >a> dUtnbulid t. -Hiprraon of whoae debt or claim %  hall not have had notM-e at the Hme o -i" dutribution. AND all peraona Indebted to the ' rarden Plaeity Of .pore to. CnndU. Ttrke. PIC. atGee 1MB on Api FMT. nelmont Road L'l : %  so '*n BUILD1NO LAND. St. Jamea A,2 acrea ilh excellent ri 'inaarpaaaed bathing On. . the flneat ailea of thm nature in th %  aland Rare opportunity (or the right peraun to acquina U.vely and pieti.Tt-ainiitdmc era* Real F.*.. regain P A,:.DIXON k BLADON. Building Phone 4M UM>I I III U |r, Si. atarteee, ^am owe pioperty atnndlng in appro. 2 acrea paaaaant and quite prltatc " %  *• a apodal effort to attend GWEN WALCOTT S>. r.1.,r I 6 SO -li RUTS Bt. PhUip M.U.V. %  marled EeMte liome nun i lie-.-"' large ,-ind airy reropUon rooma, varan* •lab. cM Seoete otil-UuiMlng with double -arage. barna, cow pena, milkinc ".id. MCfa courtyard. Over n aoraa .ami MiHt eeveral feitlle acree aacellent (or crating prot leton culUvaUon Propc.ty lery .uiuohfor in.d farming DIXt'N PI ADON. Real E.aa e Agent.. Augtaawaera Surveyor. Plantatiunt Building, Phoaw eSee 1 3 5la >W IROXSDo %  „>! let Elect..clt E 1 *a oa n all you a Box lioi ^ %  B eahn D Tajlor a. Son. Ltd **ttv; SLIT ..„, %  •*""' ToD Het . „ %  P*aaae. pre- a q ua uty Selling %  %  we w^u jjial BWI "civ, : r, ia,i nMtB gaug %  i IcagOBC --1 .-. 5 It an., .ire Auto Tyre mm He u peel •Ma. BWI. EtJSO 7r aaabb .. !" Manager .Ooldeii Kidge "•Ttj TICKET Berlee ,~ hMu n • &f araeflMi THF; BARBADOS 11)1 III wOVFMtNT U %  eara gld iM7-ia Addreu: Tudor Be idee, st Michael, n do Ird Prewdn.t and Poundat n\ iBnioe-Claj-ka, P C L P B W Id EM. BCD VOl %  HUP XIBOFD The Barbado a youth ovrmeni becauae our object li to up i and improve Ihe live* of th* pool tortunale. neglected, deaplaed am .-rgnttrn vu^lhi of Bdrbadoa. ao renvn. bar oug acUvitiaa aarhide. Keligloua —' Ganoral Knowledga. Unit^ — CM! i leal we fall Lord Pnandr LL Mocaa Load w*lp ug, Baa L Bruaa-Clarke and Founder Rau J B arant LTh, Dlractor am rajBlMal Mr* Olga Brown, General Sacretar nd Handicraft Dutructm T> r B abaawa Youah MMveaaent I I M--1-. FOOTBALL NOTICE tau-ationa are being made to com%  -ii FMafMax naaan -" eUina r IJth March and Wed^Biee of Cluba can a from Mr. O S ary A F A c o airvxiceio. Thera will be a CouncO MoaUng of -•* B A P A at the Y M C A Headqiuirtara, Pb.fo.d Street on Friday March 3rd ac 4 30 p m and Ua> Annual Oiaaral Marling of the AaaocuMion takee place Mat Y M C A Haadqiaartera ~ lloaaag Prklv March "10th I The Agenda for lb* Council exl FYidao i. at follow. aawatee Aaawaaj Ikaaort aad I Swawmaait for 1MB aeaaon CoruaaW tare* aeharnea far ll of plarar. during thai 1M0 %  Sb l M—n LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE lb* aaaMicauoa of JAMJRe NATIIAM BCfMl of MaaeMakL Bt Philip Mt paraaJaaHM to anil Sauita. Mail Laauo.. Ac at a beard and ahingM ehop al UTchAelg St Philip Dated thl. ITth day of Pabnuarv lam To D D MOMUB Bag Aatg Police MagiaUBle DMt "C JAMXB M BUBHE SBrgBg Thla aggiUcaUBe. will be con i Hf Kesulls u( Ralflf al (i. F. S. Ite. PRIZES NOS. 1st—615; 2nd—1*56; 3rd—IMS; 4lh—1818; Mh—1271; 6th 3.15; T —61.8* — 1471. 91h 1117310th—166; 11th—IMS; 12th—240; IBB—171; 14th—1800 Please call at the G F S. Hostel on rrtday, 3rd March, frum 4 p.m. lo I p.m. lor PrUcs. %  M Th,i UNtVEHBAt. tNTKlth^TloNAL FILMS MT M "•cda aaaVer muavfli„i !" !T^..^tK ,< aJ? r ncT w "toh Mvaratgrea notice In duplicate taT-. ,,, ^ZL. ," imrm "%  %  '" nd HMind MTwU; Aim, MB HUM M^, ^yj,,, muW mviVd ih,r^vn i"^.""^! .'-:"' ~"-"• -UPI-I tonSnehr^So^rSS Sill"..— without Bound, word* ,„ ^ ., M end or muatr naaorded tbareon film. .,,wj motion front the Mth ui\ T .. fiv* nolle* m duplicate The trade mark oan be — kwad thla nth day af —-——. %  "— -i— %  **<•. wwroa aeawor muaic r e cor d ed thareon "und ivota^BM thereoi. adapted for •owhraoUalkan with aBaar*:. film* and recorda. flbna and lecorda wuh ound. wordi •e.... egaptrd for -raa-Mraaiaat.an with vrm-.a-o thereon adapira for eg—blgeinii— erRB M piclurae an,i win ".eniithag i* ragBHrt ia* acme Cto ofFoartiary ItW unkyaa aanee per..,, dhall dv.pi.cate lo -i* M my ..iTte* of oppoelllon of a "on at rtvy offlr* •Mvegy. lgea WDdJAMS f of Trade Mar*im POST OFFICE NOTICE AIR MAIL RATES Effective from 1st March. 1950 fc yrtij al BWMlnllllll Aruba Bahamas Bannuda Canada (vi.. Bermuda) Canada (via Tniiida,)) Curacao Dulch Guiana Dom Hepublir Letters per l-oi cants 12 II 16 18 30 12 11 12 Post Cards Air Forms ine a*. I 1H1 HOB Letters per )-oi. Air Forms Oreal Britain (via 'Jamaicaf ;.itain (via Trinidad) Newfoundland (via Bermuda) Newfoundland I'n.led Slates lajnejca) 4lata inida.l) M cantt 11 II WTF. Two rales hare been itaMd for letters to Great Bril. the case of Canada, .hare is only one ma I which the rae is 18 cants. Letters itv must be routed Via TViaidad ana tl. A. arraeM three aJr mails are sent w United Stales These rraBl are claaad on these Mncaa cloaed on Saturdays via Jama, sent Via Trinidad Lettan for despatch on Sal the hither rate of postage affixed 111. Canada and the !lasted Btatea. In ek. that .i Fridays Via aaaraauaa by Canada other than by this opportuntffixi.l .'nmaira to Great Britain and Ihe and Saturdays. Mails rot %  itely one day toncer than If ia Trinidad must be a markaa) and i so .:.. Primed matter by air ...ail lo Great Hi aSfectiv,from 1st March. 1950. printed matte. (inrl.idin| newspapers, ta accepted for Great Britain fo. conveyance b> a.r mail at I c Printed matter by turface mail lo Great Britain. •pen. .....—-. ^j .., Also eft, March .he sostafe oa printed matter Is Great Britain and Bsipire %  %  eae. For each aeMltlonal i ounce, or par. the JL! ~ 1M *%  t *! M e.S'..*t-~a: Also :' M March the poruee on prW Tfcii, CW. DUo-ic. c . F..O.eanntrias arm be increased to J cenU for the first 2 ounces. ,hisa> d*y of swth. is*.. *. ii n.;.x. rate remains at one cent. a. as. Bd awn, I ,, _,, D D MOSJUS MS I General Post O sVs. ss^ir j Tath February, lean *•" Mar Mh Mar l,h M IS,,, MS* 3Ttb Jw. Mth July Tir. Aeg IA Atgr "-*-' *!' MI "''_ * craatan wtgbowt notice / %  ace, Pi i mm rree end rreiawi veaanh fttted with PPlicattor. CURMnT.R AUSTIN A CO.. LTD. HARRISON LINE ODTWABD FROM Tnr ITVITEn KrNGDOJa Dae S.S. 'CUSTODIAN" S.S. -TACTICIAN" SS. "LLOYDCRESTnOMKIVAKD Teases. S.S 'SPBC1AUSTFram London Uecrponl La %  roa ixiTKD MM.IKIM For nasrs In tt-rbades Uvailna "7th Feb. Leavee nh Feh 27th Feb, !71h Feb 4th Mar IM Feb. 13th Mar. Far farther Information ppl, Is DA COSTA A CTX i_Tt -Agent.. •Inj| Received | MsBa irorK* or Tirr t..i ( K>fii sultervd from ick o] '•ntailin lo Ihcm cuhttgvnii frfrncy fjitililits U* mm norms.lv to irrduBtTT and t ni Mnei i ar the enUnMluatum || doint %  13111 vruiors Vague prnmiivM and priho i-arly rwatoralioii no marked Imorov.n <>sum*>rs of 1-l4-.i1.. light ami 1 %  "" tmi In tigg HJII. , rsr.,mse ns.-K,,^, BSrbtee WILSON RALPH A. BEARD ..leer A Eetate Agent rail, w of the Valuer. Surve-or. 4 -atate Agenii „f t lira I Britain Who Ha. Numerous l-rapeitie. for late al i*.-enable Prices Ban .„ tailing Farnuura


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T" Iff ,|| ll • S ll ill Mar.li I 1930. tokitos Auwotte Pri, IVE CENTS Year . 5. ATTLEE REMAINS PRIME MINISTER Today Is No Longer Ultimatum Dav 1./. Will Get Go Ahead 9 For Political Mission (Karluitlus AilvorauCurrvspondenl) LONDON. rVb. 28. M ARCH 1 i> no longer lluultimatum dai in clus .niintrv In,, ,-„,,,.,| frFocil Ministry lo reconsider Uw position cnlir.-lv „„| ,spknnian lold miilns iiitrrnooa thin i„, reply wu no* ^Icrl from 111, West l,„l,c ||,. declined lo s ai luiu -0t ihe postponement would I AVrtive. fester ling In Court TOCO •fEHTBRUNG SINGAPORE, Feb. 28. %  T Weaterllng, Chief % %  "Army of (he Heavenly ptodontMa. will appear in MIHl t assault, and illegal £*•* officialh announced [ ihar ncd th.it one charge tWMerhns struck a felin gaol to —Bruit r. IfiOO Welcome frincesH Alice [w sr LUCIA then waa men! forthcoming lhal IH Creec.i .„.,„., %  ad Mr. Hoes Williams were Mh Ueotion na* madeii impossible for thCol%  Hag on %  i>o!itical %  inrea Waal Indian % %  Bustamantc md Mi G %  1 %  %  !:.! %  • 'i V I "d" telegram* iron, the Wi-.( indiea, I 1 i on official m ahead" will en Ihe Wag* indies It may 1 conalderabn Mow to le i -By t'abfe. JAMES GRIFFITHS NEW COLONIAL SECRETARY MRS SAVAG which %  the lirst lime Mr ii ,\ rudor, Churchwarden M FuchsSpyTrial! /V. 4. PACT COUNCIL M \ > Begins Today MEET END OF APRIL iMfftMWta l.rrr,pK,d r> <| ST. LUCIA. F %  1 .U0P Mad out to welcome Hci z Athlooc, when %  •'> DtH aitarnoon on MS Glasgow, ,11tbe Got Brigadier i£d Hn ,\; indail J !" *** f-ui rd .f Honour %  awe-iir Le %  ird Alfonso, aBarw unai. fouis.ma Quick > Wharf. .,,.,.. school 'he St Mary's ColJ* Jned up around ty^f y 3 P m. ihe Prln"F and after I nap ee Uug •f Hon. •;, I m the Wharf whenthe %  %  me. phcess repli to ba : %  C,-' f "' installation £*hes ltd., 2 Life Boats Capsize / Reported Safe ICELAND, Feb 28 I wo Ufeboatt, carrying between d the craw of %  ; i %  il here today Onl.\ font of tin cm. were known in have been The men Mill aboard the tanker ware thought noi to be in danger, and rescue attempts an made. Tlaa 7,404-ton ship, owned by the Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Limited. wai %  vik in the western part of Iceland. She had broken loose Cram I tug, -1 i %  — (Krtiter.) LONDON. Frl. 21 %  man-born crnrgn ol bai trial In Loodon'i Maaa %  an .• quirt %  banda in long % %  Seventy newsmen from almost Id will rede;! the globe wide |..ne Of Ihe century, when Pucba appears ID ihe ,ioek oi the Central c art The Judge ui 1 'he Lord Chief Juitk* eonductlng the can for the King Alti I DO) i ( % % %  HOW. PuctM will be Itfendi Derek CllTi Britain's meal brilliant King's Counsel. Fuchs is liable lo 14 p prisonment for betrayal of inform-tllon, whim m MV i.v ed up Ki> Atom Bomb Tin, NORTH ATLANTIC PACT COUNCii. ine iz Foreign Mtniiteri ol the ugiuitory pow meei In Europe about the end of Ai en, BrugMb o, Thr H in wen-informed quarttra here today, Thu meet) IIK. which is part of Sprinj; inociamme of talks for Nothing Heard Of Expedition OSLO. Feu -2R Nothing m i heard from \.i ;K-N'orwejiian-Swcdish expedition for over :. ueik. ProCaaaor Sverdrup ol Polar insult said today. • lltlOIl Up "Norsel" >n hn Cape T< %  xpected that the expedition, which landed on Queen Maud's land is i .ting statior base, which has be-i tfaudheuxt' 1 by spec'a> The plan wai I lid •and mesaagea over, i adio. or Bergen Ba n ter. Russia Has New Weapon GhurohiiJ Ami IViniuui Propomd For Noftel PlriaMi Churchill .:. i Tnm thg Nobel %  IllStltll%  %  %  tfuU %  • Bei Him Italpii Bunch*, United r. CarlUle. New Zaaland, Hen. lanjlb Chaudurc. k United -tie land. su un t Cou< Herbert Kvatt. Auem TJemont. F anee, Robert rtutchlni, %  S.A. Lou Australia llu* indictmetit. deavrlhing himiHofale Comkin (i< irgea him USA Wllholm M< with eon,.n 'many, unknown infom %  tonic research, ealnil \i directly or muirectly uselul t'i .Hi enemy, and prejudicial to the safely or interests of thl A second eharife states that InjTrncrne, gave other vital information lo %  AlUtralli Ton. Massa-| ehmetti. Banter Neh u. India. Kir.B Paul ol Mel1 \ Andre %  —Kruirr enmpleted. will provide an opportunity for private ex. 11 views U-t. ,,. Fund and United States Foreign Minis%  Accordinie to prelimn i 't will be preceded by .. i meeting of the Foreign, Finance Itrussels Pact )' %  There will I* a nnkM Coinmittee ol Ministers of the Council of Europe, hich may discuss the Gentian ai for membership Keatrr. N.A.P. Defence Improving NEW ORLF.AXS. F. Ii M The United State-, is aiming at • 'iiiiiusation strong enough '. military disaster, bur %  •coiiuinic (ilsasti T Lawton %  i e re 'oday. Arms ra a fragile security .,, %  best,—and dded. %  'iiv improvi %  built up Reuter PRAOUB, Feu. *3 %  aid nave .1 hii' %  11 today '1 r 'he M ol th%  ^ %  ^P* w ehoilovak Communist Party ^^sCL .kl* lt ''' k rncrgency," he said. ,1, lI In) Union to upven ment House will put up the same ovi' I BSa. Union haf. ed atomic energy fo. purposes, but who H l rit 0l driving. m ordec that in a case of t .,'' grater I_ssace throughout tlv JJjddid not malnli | I aflernoan ""*'ii Throws Srthdav p art Tod, a\ France Gels l'20in. From E.C.A. Funds I Hoffman, has agreed a ] the withdrawal by France o £20,000,000 from the Co operation Admit Counterpart Funds to covei French inve>tments and recon%  mission of Fran lodaj. > 1 part Fund* are dtposlCi %  rency of an amount equal to Use 'grants received under the Mar] shall Aid programmeThey can '. r recovery purpose* by t tna govematenr Baldwin of concerned and ECA.) p *le ot Antigua An EC'A spokesman said the w a birthday present withdrawal would enable tie Anthe French investment and reaoo'' %  struction programmes to proceed iued on the role to be I by all Counterpart Fund* [ —< %  > table)in i Marshal Chiang Resumes Office TAINAN. Fl Marsha. Sock will %  Idency of the Chitovernmenl her* tomorrow, an CsQclaJ | stated here today. During a tdmpa up oCaci The i I i.k leave" in Ai %  Comrnunl I namoag • vish for M..i ihaj Chiang to return 0 his po.-t" — r 80 Killed In Bengal CALCUTTAi Feb. 2T. Al llMf.i : vlu.i Ihej -hich have ii ikkrtan commu kj escort all ii. hern strengthened—ReanW. B.O.A.C. Re-EatTbliahe. Link With Chile LONDON, Feb 28 ays Corporation today introduced their 'ntest pressurised Argonaut air'liters on the route between Lon-ion and the east coasi America, and across the And*^ to ItOAC has fl'* Strength Is Necessary SAYS RUSSELL NEW YORK. Fab ^H British Bertrand Russell said in Hated here tn-day that if war could be averted for a decade it would neve, take place Writing In the unollicial maga•' %  i 1 World." Lotd Rus-, %  think ot worse disaster than a %  b. K r % %  1 %  MW the world." The onlj hope, it seemed to bin, of averting wai si a was stronger than Russia until new pletcly changed the situation. —Reutrr V* I..Y Members Yuiirtl Toduy THE liAcil'K. Feb 28. The International Court Ol FiaMln will give its opinion tomorrow on the case sub the United Nations on tin •nssion of a new membei %  •tied Nation-. Iiabi> learned here, today. The Court had 1 al Assembly, if manurwhich had failed to receive endorsenui/ Council, could be approved by the Assembly The public hearing of this case was on February 17.—Rruter. /Vorse Women Ask U.IS. To Stop Arms PrtMluction OSLO, Feb. 28. The Norwegian groui International Women's League to. IVace and Freedom ha\ 1 \a the United Nations production, it was ajsjjasjoead b> %  BJ The group have asked Trygve Ue to propose that the I'niU'. %  % %  mmedlalcly &f called t< ordinary Krylrr Hungry Leopard Returns Home -FOR MEAL OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb M The hunger-niadleiicd leopard, which roamed the oul Oklahoma lays, was back in its old ]>tt at ihe local zot today fast asleep. Afler turning the neighbourhoou into something like %  Hollywood mi with hunters, marines with walkie-talkie radios, aircrafu, and of "shoot oil sight amateur gunmen, the leopard walked quietly back to the xoo. There he wrapped his jaws round a piece of doped mea'. which h,. t>ait, and rolled over.—; Strike Spreads Over France PARIS Feb 28. and Paris trans1 mplovee. today prepared for a irike In th< eal 12 hours. Marseilles gas and enc.ric.ty 24 hours wall. day. in chemical works and insurance offices have taken strike The Communist led (Jencial Confederation of Tjiboui in the porl* "agamt war in Vietnam" caused no Incidents In metropolitan Prance today Holy Office Seeks Union Of Christians N CITY, Fat JH %  ( aUntlC authority on dogma, today took the most important step in Vatican hlstor towards co-operation with MMV (. .itholies. it authorised Roman 1 Ishops for the next ti to organise, in special cases.'local conferences with Protestant then) ogians on subjects of common interest to further the Union ..f 1 Christians. But it insisted that so. oration would ba the i of union as the Koni.o. Church understtHHl it 1 :11st 1 IK lions" 10 the Bishops madt it elan that the Church sought the return of individual "dimnot a Federation a nnajng. Such local meetings havr beer Hitherto possible, osjjj permission from the l self. Ihe Holy Cdnoa 1 -"idea, premium rtClU 01 the lord's IYayer. or IS) otaai prayer authorised for Rpmai Catholics, at these conferences it emphasised that Human Catholics must not participate in religious ceremonies of and that the Pope's permission is %  till required for intern.itnma national, and la diocc*.< %  nag. Seven Points The seven points laid down la 'he guidance of bishops in coUafa oration with other ehurchea sale, that (ii Thi> rnnat %  themselves to it with i>articui..i %  ,ping than cne Troth' and guarding ti.. faithful -gainst the oangci arising from tin % %  algntng upecial priests to huno,. the matter. (2) They must guard agains' ne ponibility that hnlufnanluni nay grow thr.-ugh gjM consideration to tnat unUtt Cat h cani and non-Call.' to what separates them" "Only priests, wh (heviosjral teaMung and adherence to the princlj ulea laid-down by the Chur.ii ii this matter, have shown them-elves truly adapted to this. .., between Catholics and non-Catholic theolot4) Bishops could give the necessary permission for such Mth nun-Catholics foi I ra< hal ;ill participations in religious ites In.avoided. |5) Though all, iiarticipations n rettgtoui rites must be avoided. 'he Lordl I'rayer. or Ppnved by the Roman •d to open 'lie proposed meetings () Bishops should set up rgaanannaa to supeiee->ordia I the work. iiiious supec hound lo watch that members ot their orders conform stn laithfully to the pranrtpUoM the 11'1 > See, and of Ui iii the matter. The document wai approved by the Holy Office long ago as December 20. but onlj released Rruter Winston t mo.mil. to-ctay Miuimoned his net to a strategy %  I his London %  o hours, during hurchlll and h ants sketched their preliminary campalgn plans for t Parlfamnit The C.overiimcnt 1 lelieve i kttnua rear uard action on niVionalisation in the HOUM 11 W |U >oft-pcdal plans for I < llnUin on .oui steal industry in the Sghi between Soenimn and prlvata dup iboui Adnuniatration had no intention of repeabi session Act. which was fixed on %  • f the inwas authorttathreb tated tonight %  .%  ii Ik ow 1 %  1 Chkl \: %  Labow circna tonlabi pradletl thai the chhM old le to DOW DOa loin: %  'MI, office nan II laetaoal night tiblige tin pell, tmt WM Mi wingers are :. lo Labour 1 cauaa, if th on indaflmlely %  %  re .il trail" tat of ih" %  Hi in UM M hai bean i %  hether il would again %  l kounced U Mlnlatt] tonight 1 prtnclpa! Sir stal %  kpea as Chat i i an ..nil Herbert Mor risen as Lord P m l u eril wf t' %  uniii, iHpjivaleiu without poi SarWrweJI. MOD rflnlstei .11 bv the tfl BmmaiHM' 1 noted from '.inior tank. Mr. Aneoi Mn.iste! of Health, of War. Ti • %  .-huh wns vacati %  -.. %  f Nationul Insurance LONDON, Feb. 28. j>KIMI MINMIK Mil I tonighl was rngagad m | light %  ajajgajl time. Simultaneously, he dealt with Ihrec %  problems—completing this Cubinet reshuffle, prepartgn lor (he first meeting of Parliament tomorrow, and directJag the drafting of the King's speech, announcing the MsMiin's hiisine^-.. which the t'uhinel will s|ud> onThursda>. Cabtaat as Minister of Food, his lirst ministerial office. The vacancy at ihe Colonial Office, created by the defeat ot the pollf of Secretary of State. Mr. Arthur Creech Jones, has been v the promotion of Iff Jamer Onfflths. formerly Mhlla.ll of National Insurance, wfej n to being given a more senior post, receives a seat hi ihe Cabinet. The Cabinet itself has been Increased from 17 to 18 members by the Inclusion as an Minister of the new Minish Town ami Country Planning, Mi Hugh Dalton. Mr Dalton was Chancellor o' the Exchequer, until he resigne. after the accidental disclosure of budget secret. Fifth In Cabinet He becomes fifth in the < heirarchy. with general responsibilities as senior minister. Alexander, a leading Mil In the ( onMimei Movement. font IVfrine Minister, becomes C. 1 the im.h. of Lain In place of Mr. Dalton. This post like thnt of Mr M.n DOM equivalent to Mini" r without portfolio. The 1,ml,. 8 Mr Hugh Gaitskell is a new governmo I The effect of the reshurr 10 leave the mnrr Cabinet a lino* I unchang.M. but 11 prodttOM I surprises on lower government Unreal The moat %  Mctaculan pointment w.. %  1 ShlnweU pi Minister of D*0 Shinwell. a forceful and intlunilal personality of the radical wing of the I-abour Party. I over the supreme direction of ill >ed forces from lx>rd Alntan Her. recently creatru a P..I I', li'n.illy. more Mgnid. an; than the 16 changes made bv Mr. Attlee, was his decision to retain the leader of the Cabinet's %  ing. Mr Aneurm llevan as Minister ot Health. Firm Line Before election, it had beeu predicted that Sevan would get %  much bigger job. It is concluded usat Uw light wing of the cnblnet Is taking A firm Ifhi %  Caretaker" Labour Qov %  rnmeru must' be run. Mr Attlee haa brought Iwo d • bright young men" Int 1 the Cabinet The New. Mn 1 numwealth Relations, Mr Walker was formerlv tutor of the Oxford During the war, he was on the staff of the H B < ftiropaan Service Ibis 42. Mr Hector McNeil, who waa rkvin's principal deputy as III 1 %  %  Affairs, hi 1 flr y f 0 i '1 itland, replacing Arthi burn, one ol the live oropped. Aged 40. McNeil is '.>; %  p;ofeaslon a Journalist —Beater Q Test "Peace Treaties*' Before Hague Tribunal THE HAGUE. Frb 211 Thr Inlrmatlonal Court of Jusllcc mrcu to-day lo hear a tail caai aani by ih i-niiari Mauoni acainst strong Soviet oppotilioo uo Ihe interpretation of the oe,.traatiaa with Bul|ai. arv and Rumania I. trials of church leaOeis in Bulfaria and Hunaar.. .ill h,naantlooad The issue rim unilateral acttoo. it any. could be taken by Ihe other parties lo IhtraaUaa, If these countries refused fo co-operate, and whether ;. .missioQ could he form, ed to settle the dlspuu ial disputes, and in net the three Mates concerned an nx..;.'* %  • aga-. (.:..,!... r.nlher hers of the UnMed a** nnaj" 'ions, nor parlies lo the statutes lao have to consider | (Resuer.) *• '/nine iiC'IMIeMf hen harm. /*rfrcti*m and eamy rumjitUncm arm r/ie hrynulr, ntrthing euaataf l>r more in ktmpimg than n cigmrrttr bwsrjaug ''i. hmUnimrk oj Benmun ar Hmdrnm, Old Bond Stm-i, l...niton — irAen only the he*t uUI dm. %1M SUPER VIRGINIA CIGARETTES BEXSONZI H EDGES OlO Ktt/D '/HIT, IOVIW.S



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE ESPAY, >IV| I(H CaJtib CaUw? ( ••ol.ONFI, W. Calver. Cwr-n t aton.r of Police, .lam.lcn arrived from Jamaica on Mo>fl> bv B.W.I A (01 lha Conf.n'iica o( PoUee Commlatlooan. Also arriving (or Ihis Coafcrenc. was Cotaael William A. Orratt. mmmUom of Mica. Brill* OvUna. Ha artlrfd vaaMRby by Bill from B 0 Newspaper Tails. I N coimaclien with lae EahnVUon of Bntuh Periodicals no jhowlm at US. Briush Council. Mr. George Huntc will lecture on Thursday. March tad. •< ,' p m on "How a British Newspaper Is Made". Tha lacturo will oa Illustrated by ftlll pictures anl followed by a sound film. a Wa in EnfliKl on B.C Schoiarahip MI: POCKET CARTOON fc. OSBKRT LANCASTER alt uill fry l away by ii< ( had oar tomtit eFor B.C. Ladies' Athletic Meet M ISS GRACE CUMBERBATCH, Barb***' leading Undy athlete. left ;rt**jr.e airport to se* her off. as well as Mr. Arthur Jones, Vice President of the Amateur Athletic %  Association of Barbados and the Secretary of that Association Mr i W Maynard .eek-end via Trinidad bv B.W.I A He was accom >anied by his wife and they had spent about two months' holiday hero. Thev ran staring at the Maine Hotel t € Ovt Of hoanital Wft H LYTT. HITSON A. .Jinks, Angoy who been here for three M Paid Business Visit R FRED BURROWES. President Dnqori-l. of TVafaf St reel. recently vaasWl •vdit a siiccesa/ul operation at the General Hospital r.nioyinf Her W.I. Holiday Ms many friends win w d.w AMISS Elizabeth Mac Carthy be Had to hear that he ts up and about. Cartb wi*he* hli I.IOIIK Till VTHl Tonit,Oil—MADAM TIAM H M ,t M ISS i v certainly seems W enioving her holiday in tl* West Indies. She has just returned i.-om Carnival in TrinKiad. enmplet* KI mn months on leave with hi* wife and two children returned yesterday by B.W.I.A. to Br.rn. Guiana They were staying In a bungalow along the Maxwell l Coast. Prior to hit arrival here. Mr Angoy was in England for tw< months on a British Council Scholarship doing Social Industrial of John F. Burrow*-, and Co Ltd, of Bermuda, reyesterday she left for British turned home on Saturday mornGuiana, where she will be staying ing by TCA. on business coupled will He wag slaying tl the M.irin* Hotel tor two weeks. Before rcturnine. la Barbados, she will pay a shi visit to Tobago. m Islands? registered letter arrived Ogta Dental Surgeon Returns D R. DAVID CHAMBERS Dental Surgeon of Trinidii 1. .-• %  turned home over the week-end by B.W.I.A.. after spending a .hiijif with hi* parents Mr. and Mrs. E. SChambers of Kent n/t JT: iT T %. .* r, accompanied by his wife ATI. the. Canadian Bank of Com, iw|f ,!JJ| David Jor yesterday from merce, Trinidad, returned home course on Holland with the destination on Sunday evening by B.W.IA.. Welfare ami itridgetown, Barbados Island?, after spending two weeks' holiria / and %  sgytaaj For Three Weeks pAecra," Rockley. during his stay in the British roiiid it be that in far oft Holland He was Isles he spent a short time at th h*> have heard of Pelicanand Keop|p In Europe know He returned to the West IndieBbou , h i 5 little island of ourb. Fnvnn ,.. V FNI)t vis America and spent ten day:. P s !n ctoe visitors to the island M *\ -^ !" V hi Bridgeport, Connecticut witn irwondering where Pelican and.* T Shipping partrnent Dr R Lovell. who is well known Culpepper islands are. let me put^George F Huggins and Co. Ltd, In athletu cirrlea here He then vou wnae Pelican Island Ls at th.* 5 now "? B r ?"*" „ *JSS left America by the Empress of „ p of the Norlft fld e of Carlislclthrec weeks holiday. He cam* Australia' early Ml November, p^y while Culpepper Island is ;."Ver principally for the Has and which took him as far as Trinidad, ^n mk m thc sea off the COM ** % %  accompanied by his wife and Ihuuig their stay here they have „ f Sl Philip, and we Bajans aiTei-3 f "" llv !" y al made many friends, and enjoyed Uonataly call it an island P their holiday Immenae.y. a% feel so much bigg; %  ca ca I Stood Over on Business "Henry" Returns M R Norman Wight, one of the WR HENRIQt'EZ PEREZ urs of the British li bock in Barbados to conBsCs. recently tourtinue his studies in Ennli'-n ed Barbados left by B W I.A. to Shorthand and fl return to British Guiaia Us did cial work %  'Henry.' durtn| hll %  with the team, as he stasat became very had to rcmaia on a little longer popular w OB busines-v He is witli Univcia sal Agencies in B.G. Aquatics In BSSWral The first --hort stay lie t<4d C*r.b thing he wanted to know when he has been all Ll1 saw him yesterday was and had a wondi.' all H wnatl is th.Water Polo season many friends whom he did not ae. comiriendng? Henry arrived on before he left he beg* to say golMonday afternoon and %  le here until the en'i of tl Comincs and Goings D R L Hutaon, Government Veterinary Surgeon in AnUgua left for Trinidad on Monday by B W. I. A. to attend a Conference on Uvtsrtock which is to be held here and she there. again • %i fl-O*--*' B taiasat. (Si *xm at • What ibe -na-t a oman. *• did to ita* r-d ainit ( could ra eten isi Piaissnaw and Co.. was in Bntisl Guiana for one week. He returned yesterday by B W 1 A Rrvd Ernest Griffin. Supt of the James Street Method'st Churcl left for British Guiana yesterday by B W I A. • • p'.casniil thi-ee weeks holiday spent at Indramer QaM House. Worthing, Miss DoruPremdak. Assistant Matron al the Public Hospital in British Gu ana returned home yesterday by B.W.I.A. This is her first visit to return soan Rupert and the Caravan—35 "1 fnat which nei mum i*-* nrtUia to ttal UM aoaa ana r\ colllte o* mcludad. ffl Whan Britain wiU rali. (Si i PlMtyibiB %  tl* •uiubimy U turn. (7i _. ) Ort" an* " *" aianaw n n sn sw %  n j Look aHaurssttSa. <*i 10 rrom "" %  ••• Parts. i. Bbacua Plus LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE 8 New STARS in Contest Prices: 16c., 30c., 40c., 54c. Tickets on Sale TOJiffi itU %  >' o* SS daartoi •\cross tl* %  *( rauifw > t oung *•*. 'si^ a ran. aam. can r good w-hoatd. IS > t U *a" B?Wsjaarar."* I; hr*. ia •• ' * %  '*. f r T l fi 13 Oyidtcoiw. 19 M>i:.on. 11 >"'• licit ft* IdT.I. 0- j. •nt a ?•;*: *j e"; ?• NWMV 0 WeVi : Olte; U *SSI 1-. ft. IU:*: IT. One; U, 'AfCvd Ttl 4.1 !M Up For Th Races R. ALEXANDER CHIN. Wf<: Indira turflta. was an arrival on Friday evening B.W.I A., from Trinidad tor ho B.TC Raor Meeting whicli Savnnnah in Satordaj n.xi He was jccompunled by Mr* Chin and^ ra BttajM t Indramer lOnest House. Worthing. For'kf Hlth M R C. A H. FULTON, who is a Sugar Planu-i at Diamond ,,-KsMe. iiG.. and Mrs. Fulton have '""iVwas Norman who hit Use l.i .ving with Mi nl liu(>o>l four months here .iiSJrS V-yn Knight ol ", -r hoUdjy . .. to Barbados and they one of thc flats Sands. 1.1.ii i: M One Time Intercolonial Cricketer R. Jules E Chabroi of Commodity Centre With Anacond. Mining Co. ^ W E were M and this l. j BSaln fit mi'pjl rma ..! % %  %  % %  %  British Guiana and Mrs Chabr.,1. B G yattarday With "his arrived yesterday by B W 1 daughters 1. from British Guiana. Kaye lhaj I A keen turfite, one f.f thc main able waans at the Parasaai Bsaa |, reasons for his visit is tc> be here Club, vhere Ussy alao spent their for the Barbados Turf Clubs Orat visit Spring Meeting He is also well Mr. Johnson is with the Ani.known in Wet Indian cxKkat eonda Miumg Co, in British circles, having represented B G on several occasions He played ericket here in 1905 and has also played against the M C C. Mr Chabroi is Barbadian born. but has B.G foi ears now Tta Guiana To Spend Three Weeks V|H 0 S> VERALL, sons In B G and one In %  Tn .M.ii Dei In the : e Custom, by B W 1 A the Public Works holiday last week fin i I Ac. oi They i| t*ru>oraril> Mi 1 with Mr i sistcu student of Queens l at Sea ,M11 bs her, i %  riod They expect to be in Barbados for The> gn three months. 'Laaa Recuperation HosesJay M R ROWRT 1 CPAMMOND of Montreal vvho was recupeiating ncrv for three weeks aHei i al eight months, re ens on Saturday morninii He was sAying at tl-• Wmdsoi H"t.-l He aaid that be had benefited a great deal from hat visit and war i.'ady So rasume his duties. Mr. Crammond u Vice Pre*ident i f Crammond and Son Limited machinei v manufacturers of MonCS C> Many Still in Trinidad M ISS KATY LENAGAN who spent Carnival In Trinidad to BW.I.A. over thc %  eek-and There are still several ng in Tnnldad who went there for the Carnival and have Si returned MEWS FltO.M mi: ui:vo\n Do you believe in the mpernataral? lave \ou ever seen a woman sui.pn.dlii,: In mW iir ,**_, Support '.' Will it horrilv you lo sre b font fhfcn ii i_ through a human being? Then Vou Must See I.I catch up. All at once Rnpen hears a (hud. and 10 h.s anxiety he sacs his Inend lying oa ihe steep stony path and tnuttenrtg to him*eH. ''Well, ii ih.t imi ihc worst bit of luck 1" afowli Sim. My AnkJe't wramed on thoie loose stones. Now tliar villain will gat away irom me and 1 shall lose my precious wallet and that sunken treasure ss well. Oh. dear, oh, dear, why wasn't I more careful I" U it really as bad is that ?" says Rupert. -Is there nothir.* I cao do la help?" • PUaiant-taatins. sparkling Alka-Slur brings you quick rahel from tha aftar affacts of %  at* hours and ovat indulgence in food and drink. Keep it handy. Alka-Seltzer BY THE WAV //>• Beachcomber K OTEWOKA, what is that cheering in the compound' 1 "It Is 123 rnim for our lord and ma:-' I read that th* Fon of Uikon. a chiefUm in the high Cameroon.. 'and known as ihc Cameroon HtghisjKiei i oflerod all his wives their libert. 40 departed, but 110 %  > to stay.' thus necessitatlearTaogan.ein of the files To bring the Corps ui the Fan's Matrimonial 6V. bsf had to go hastily through T itsshone ngmlers Jottad down on i-id bats of paper durum Ml rambta* The old rogue is said to be 4t0 years of age H> it ladtoB. there will be crowds of dsohing yssaag fellows hanging about the compound, in the hope i f getting a dozen or so of .Sars^ia; of thr Sink So powerful is concrntionalUu Hut If hmon beings were able lu nsrai their ears inside out vthrn they loaigSsed iron uxmld find very 'Kemselpes o) r'ni priiHJepc (C 9aet Esq. at Ps**T*fleld, I lu\iirkuiii miiuliil A * lous fatnai i warning of a visit lo the 9 acndarou.s twcunencas In Ml ii. • butiai anu coacheil. ami wnao tbi %  was ast A lou.i cough fron was unanswered, so he upomil ihr dot I alightly lo -nn.uince th. vtMloi who hoard l)i Smait-Alluk aa) SO Mi Wailih.'.: MII W\ineaday \ parent wus shaking han.is with two grave gentlemen in dogei.lUi "Ah. my dear ilaimod %  sjssrt-Aluck plcaaure This la Ml %  "I lie*, | Ipstsf you i Holy Orders" said Us giiu.ii.K at two uiiimiahod |tasses of milk on the table ones little best.-' said War** a A tclass of milk, sir* What shot..,. '. i do without the dVor cows? i raalii can*! beheve these r*> >atd the i-nent "Of coars ', vou eanX" aaid Smart-Alltck Win, cmiW."' "Thc-y aay my fin nds are bookmakers," said lnuiest Warbtow. turning asidi blow his nooe violently. "It has Imtcaa all "ea^t,•' sotil SsnartAllick. brushing a tear away with Ins sleeve The visitor felt a lump In his throat, in the presence of IPO good men. so foully ligassj l',,-lurat Who fares ao /eotlf Ot-er fhe finh* | ;,! mani Jennifer. Knee-deep is /UtlT Haaa" poe* sheep al her Myuoa" goes a ooat CosN take o peep al her Torn overcoat. mill a swishing tail Plod fhrouok Ihe mire. After maid 'f^ntjrr. Home lo IK* byre. I Myrtle Ravcnsfo.it l CRVKTOQl OIK—Htre\ him to uorli il: A X Y I) IB A A X R la L O N l. V E L L O W One letter simply stands for another. In this example A Is used for the three L's. for the two O S, st Single letters, apoo• rophlea. the length and fcrmat^a af Use fi'3 are all hints Each day the code letters art % % %  •'• asa A (r. p -s-aas Igai ta* n %  GKL'RT B C K ^ V 3 J HJTT U WOITI B B J M Y Q Z YLNKJLW NVS Y s J c i a J a L w :-: w Q T Cr^ib-ip%  : \ DAYS \ iVMM I-IKI: A PtOWl :in. Ml-Ml.II I A GALA NIGHT AT CLUB MORGAN DELICIOUS STEAK DINNERS The < LIB MORI.AN nK( HI.MKY and PETER LACY for continuous entertainment gar Please Dial 4M0 for Reservations HOYAL (Worlhogj) H %  M 11 LAJt naow a i s aa •. t'mted Artlalu Pr#*tnl~ %  OI'TrOHT IN MORIIK li aasresas Ccona BArr Aklm TAJ MarM WINDSOR I:>II*IK: NO HOW TODA1 TII-n\V NIT* al '• I. p m lOUt C-FOK Dotible LOM WILSON, HlcrsMfd CRANK vi'.iiu u TAKER OVEB — and WINNSas i Ik. u with — JSII WIlaLES. hSnS>n I'ARIIV ROXY I. NO HHIIW TOIIAV THI RHIIA1 NITfc ONI.l .1 M m 2011) t-Fox Pm.nU BLACK SWAN gaoitng Tyrone POWBaK. Maurm, O HAMA OLYMPM NO HHOW TOOAt LAKT HHOW THIRMUAV l SgtaBB. Plryu InM Kepyblit Sfttel . Unr> IHOMliaON. Krlai, TAJ MUl in KING OF resatar BANOIHwith '...M HAMUEN. Anlhoivj WABDF. FRIOAY. :,rd AR< 11 Orrriestra seats 3/-. Circle t/-, Balcony l/|| Buy Your Tteketa al Thr t.labe Nesrt EMPIRE TO-.MTE (By opecial Keqoeat) THE GRAND REPEAT CONCERT Flavoured with Musk ill Mr. C. B. Brown, life CM and III01 lllmllll llll II I I.I. I VI MTKKVEI Music As You Like It M.,.i< \ ,1-u U.,nt it Just Typically 'BASSE At 8.30 p.m. The Count roc* over with lib TheB* 8*** followed by "KALAMA/.OO (The (.ten Miller Rilht OBf THE AHTIsVrfS Thr While Hull.. Ilr.iin-.il. I'lsirr. is. Aril. *** J Club S.ins.r Krrddir I I h. 1 M.-.-iw R '' A ' JSJO_ \l-rr.-.l Mump Vou From \mr s. .a n""'" '^Jf mrnlalb.ll. Thompuii iMIk. 1 lurini... lhr TTX5 Wlllard llhr lmlUlorl And Ju.l K.rp Vour E'"* !" Thr Qnnliun Musi 1 MiI !..lh.? An PrIOrS : Fll SO. H.u 311. Balron) M. SS" till Al'ir (LIB CI.\KMA M.mb... Only) | TONIGHT .1 H.3U WARNER BROS. Present: LILLl PALMER -:SAM WANAMAKER in "MY GIRL TISA" w Akw CROWN GINGER BEER w o ^y SPEND a little RAYON BROCADE 36 ins Peach. Blue. Pink. U-in.ui. While S4 cU. A beautiful raugr uf drlilihtful colour-. and SAVE A LOT! by buying these Special Offer Lines I DAT ONLY — WEDNESDAY AT K.JU P.M. %  l's Solid bot.rUlam.nl COMEDY : UU81C! KUMAM.L . The Warner Wa) : Jack CARSON ,.U| IIHS'VM Duru DAY OT \ ^!.*\?1 •• Uc BOWMAN IA KM IIS Ftankic CAK1.E Si Onhcslra — In TcchrHoW wn w o nstiviiioii Mr. Artisan, Get the right TOOL for the Job EVANS & WHITFIILDS DIAL 4606 DIAL 4220 Yuur selling agenl fin AVIM I MEN'S --HHI 5 -11.411 a pair II will pv you I" uv quolilv always' HIGHTONE PRINTS in llii:.In Plaids and Flowers 3C ins wide u ?• els. Jut opened—and ready tor you All pricM iidverliaed are B.W.I, dollars. II Ml III i BRACES CHISELS HAMMERS SCREW DRIVERS HAND SAWS PLANES SQUARES SAW FILES TAPES TROWELS HAND DRILLS PLIERS BLOW TORCHES HACK SAWS Inspect ihc wide range slocked by our Hardware and Ironmongery Department BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED ^-* "MAKE THE VALLEY BLOSSOM AS A ~**&m ROSE" WE NOW OFFER A RANGE OF GARDEN TOOLS INCLUDING • RUBBER GARDEN HOSE V %  • PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE \ • NOZZLES SPRAVEBS UNIONS • MENDERS WATEKLNG POTS • COUPLINGS RAKES SHB ** gga| • GREENS & BANSOMf S LAWS THE CORNER STOB^


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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Wednesday, March 01, 1950
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Mar.li I
1930.
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Auwotte
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IVE CENTS
Year . 5.
ATTLEE REMAINS PRIME MINISTER
Today Is No Longer
Ultimatum Dav
1./. Will Get Go Ahead9
For Political Mission
(Karluitlus Ailvorau- Currvspondenl)
LONDON. rVb. 28.
MARCH 1 i> no longer llu- ultimatum dai<- for the West
r Indian reply lo Ihe English F.Mid Ministry on Ihe sugar
jprfoul*.
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frFocil Ministry lo reconsider Uw position cnlir.-lv |
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-0t ihe postponement would I.....AVrtive.
fester ling
In Court
TOCO fEHTBRUNG
SINGAPORE, Feb. 28.
T Weaterllng, Chief
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[iharncd th.it one charge
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Alti I DO) i (
HOW.
PuctM will be Itfendi
Derek CllTi
Britain's meal brilliant King's
Counsel.
Fuchs is liable lo 14 p
prisonment for betrayal of in-
form-tllon, whim mmv i.v
ed up Ki>
Atom Bomb
Tin, NORTH ATLANTIC PACT COUNCii. ,
ine iz Foreign Mtniiteri ol the ugiuitory pow
meei In Europe about the end of Ai
en, BrugMb o, Thr H
in wen-informed quarttra here today,
Thu meet)iik. which is part of
Sprinj; inociamme of talks for
Nothing Heard
Of Expedition
OSLO. Feu -2R
Nothing m i heard from
\.i ;K-N'orwejiian-Swcdish
expedition for over :.
ueik. ProCaaaor Sverdrup ol
Polar insult said today.
lltlOIl Up "Norsel"
>n hn Cape T<
xpected that the expedi-
tion, which landed on Queen
Maud's land is i
.ting statior
base, which has be-i
tfaudheuxt'1 by spec'a>
The plan wai I
lid and mesaagea over,
i adio. or Bergen
Banter.
Russia Has
New Weapon
GhurohiiJ Ami
IViniuui Propomd
For Noftel PlriaMi
Churchill .:.
i Tnm
thg Nobel

. IllStltll-

tfuU Bei Him
Italpii Bunch*, United
r. CarlUle. New Zaaland, Hen.
lanjlb Chaudurc.
k United
-tie land.
s- u un t Cou<
Herbert Kvatt. Auem
TJemont. F anee, Robert rtutchlni,
S.A. Lou Australia
llu* indictmetit. deavrlhing himiHofale Comkin (i<
irgea him USA Wllholm M<
with eon- ,.n 'many,
unknown infom
tonic research, ealnil \i
directly or muirectly uselul t'i .Hi
enemy, and prejudicial to the
safely or interests of thl
A second eharife states that InjTrncrne,
gave other vital information lo " AlUtralli
Ton. Massa-|
ehmetti. Banter
Neh u. India. Kir.B Paul ol Mel-
1
\ Andre

Kruirr
enmpleted. will provide an oppor-
tunity for private ex. 11
views U-t. ,,. Fund
and United States Foreign Minis-

Accordinie to prelimn i
't will be preceded by .. i
meeting of the Foreign, Finance
Itrussels Pact )'
There will I* a nnkM
Coinmittee ol Ministers of the
Council of Europe, hich may
discuss the Gentian ai
for membership Keatrr.
N.A.P. Defence
Improving
NEW ORLF.AXS. F. Ii M
The United State-, is aiming at
'iiiiiusation strong enough
'. military disaster, bur

coiiuinic (ilsastit
Lawton
i......ere 'oday.
Arms ra
a fragile security .,, best,and
dded.

'iiv improvi .

built up
Reuter
PRAOUB, Feu. *3
. aid nave .1 hii'
, 11 today '1
r 'he M ol th-
^^P* w ehoilovak Communist Party
^^sCL .kl* lt''' k rncrgency," he said.
,1, lI" In) Union
to upven ment House will put up the same ovi'
I BSa.
Union haf.
ed atomic energy fo.
purposes, but who h
lrit, 0l driving. m ordec that in a case of
t .,'' grater
I_ssace throughout tlv

JJjddid not
malnli |
I
aflernoan
""*'ii Throws
Srthdav part,
Tod,
a\

France Gels l'20in.
From E.C.A. Funds
I
Hoffman, has agreed a
] the withdrawal by France o
20,000,000 from the
Co operation Admit
Counterpart Funds to covei
French inve>tments and recon-

mission of Fran
lodaj.
> 1 part Fund* are dtposlCi

rency of an amount equal to Use
'grants received under the Mar-
] shall Aid programme- They can
'. r recovery purpose* by

t tna govematenr
Baldwin of concerned and ECA.)
p*le ot Antigua An EC'A spokesman said the
w a birthday present withdrawal would enable
tie An- the French investment and reaoo-
'' " struction programmes to proceed
iued on the role to be
I by all Counterpart Fund* [
<> table)in i
Marshal Chiang
Resumes Office
TAINAN. Fl
Marsha. Sock will
Idency of the Chi-
tovernmenl her*
tomorrow, an CsQclaJ |
stated here today.
During a tdmpa
up oCaci
The i
.
I
i.k leave" in Ai

Comrnunl I namoag

vish for M..i ihaj Chiang to return
0 his po.-t" r
80 Killed In Bengal
CALCUTTAi Feb. 2T.
Al llMf.i :
vlu.i Ihej

-hich
have
ii
ikkrtan commu
kj escort all ii.
hern strengthenedReanW.
B.O.A.C. Re-EatTbliahe.
Link With Chile
LONDON, Feb 28
- ays Cor-
poration today introduced their
'ntest pressurised Argonaut air-
'liters on the route between Lon-
-ion and the east coasi
America, and across the And*^ to
ItOAC has fl'*
Strength Is
Necessary
SAYS RUSSELL
NEW YORK. Fab ^H
British Bertrand
Russell said in
Hated here tn-day that if war
could be averted for a decade it
would neve, take place
Writing In the unollicial maga-
' i 1 World."
Lotd Rus-, ,, think ot
worse disaster than a

b. K r ! 1 MW the
world." The onlj hope, it seemed
to bin, of averting wai
si a was
stronger than Russia until new
pletcly changed
the situation.
Reutrr
V* I..Y Members
Yuiirtl Toduy
THE liAcil'K. Feb 28.
The International Court Ol
FiaMln will give its opinion to-
morrow on the case sub
the United Nations on tin
nssion of a new membei
tied Nation-.
Iiabi> learned here, today.
The Court had 1
al Assembly, if manur-
which had failed
to receive endorsenui/
Council, could be ap-
proved by the Assembly
The public hearing of this case
was on February 17.Rruter.
/Vorse Women
Ask U.IS. To Stop
Arms PrtMluction
OSLO, Feb. 28.
The Norwegian groui
International Women's League to.
IVace and Freedom ha\
1 \a the United Nations
production, it was ajsjjasjoead b>
BJ
The group have asked Trygve
Ue to propose that the I'niU'.

mmedlalcly !? called t<
ordinary
Krylrr
Hungry Leopard
Returns Home
-FOR MEAL
OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb M
The hunger-niadleiicd leopard,
which roamed the oul
Oklahoma lays, was
back in its old ]>tt at ihe local zot
today fast asleep.
Afler turning the neighbourhoou
into something like Hollywood
mi with hunters, marines with
walkie-talkie radios, aircrafu, and
of "shoot oil sight
amateur gunmen, the leopard
walked quietly back to the xoo.
There he wrapped his jaws
round a piece of doped mea'.
which h,. t>ait, and
rolled over.;
Strike Spreads
Over France
PARIS Feb 28.
and Paris trans-
1 mplovee.
today prepared for a irike In th<
' eal 12 hours.
Marseilles gas and enc.ric.ty
24 hours wall.
day.
in chemical works and
insurance offices have taken strike
The Communist led (Jencial
Confederation of Tjiboui
in the porl* "agamt war in Viet-
nam" caused no Incidents In
metropolitan Prance today
Holy Office
Seeks Union
Of Christians
N CITY, Fat jh

( aUntlC authority on
dogma, today took the most im-
portant step in Vatican hlstor
towards co-operation with mmv
(. .itholies.
it authorised Roman
1 Ishops for the next ti
to organise, in special cases.'local
conferences with Protestant then)
ogians on subjects of common in-
terest to further the Union ..f 1
Christians.
But it insisted that so.
oration would ba the i
of union as the Koni.o.
Church understtHHl it
1 :11st 1 ik lions" 10 the Bishops madt
it elan that the Church sought
the return of individual "dim-
not a Federation a
' nnajng.
Such local meetings havr beer
Hitherto possible, osjjj
permission from the l
self.
Ihe Holy Cdnoa
1 -"idea, premium rtClU
01 the lord's IYayer. or IS) otaai
prayer authorised for Rpmai
Catholics, at these conferences
it emphasised that Human Catho-
lics must not participate in reli-
gious ceremonies of
and that the Pope's permission is
till required for intern.itnma
national, and la diocc*.<
nag.
Seven Points
The seven points laid down la
'he guidance of bishops in coUafa
oration with other ehurchea sale,
that
(ii Thi> rnnat
themselves to it with i>articui..i
,ping than
cne Troth' and guarding ti..
faithful -gainst the oangci
arising from tin
algntng upecial priests to huno,.
the matter.
(2) They must guard agains'
ne ponibility that hnlufnanluni
nay grow thr.-ugh gjM
consideration to tnat unUtt
Cathcani and non-Call.'
to what separates them"
"Only priests, wh
(heviosjral teaMung and
adherence to the princlj
ulea laid-down by the Chur.ii ii
this matter, have shown them-
-elves truly adapted to this.
.., between
Catholics and non-Catholic theolo-
t4) Bishops could give the
necessary permission for such
Mth nun-Catholics foi
I ra<
hal ;ill participations in religious
ites In.- avoided.
|5) Though all, iiarticipations
n rettgtoui rites must be avoided.
'he Lordl I'rayer. or
Ppnved by the Roman
d to open
'lie proposed meetings
() Bishops should set up
rgaanannaa to supei-
ee->ordia
I the work.
iiiious supec
hound lo watch that members ot
their orders conform stn
laithfully to the pranrtpUoM
the 11'1 > See, and of Ui
iii the matter. The document wai
approved by the Holy Office
long ago as December 20. but onlj
released Rruter
Winston
t mo.mil. to-ctay Miuimoned his
net to a strategy
I his London
' o hours, during
hurchlll and h
ants sketched their preliminary
campalgn plans for t
Parlfamnit
The C.overiimcnt 1 lelieve i
kttnua rear
. uard action on niVionalisation in
the Houm 11 W|U
>oft-pcdal plans for
I < llnUin -
on .oui steal industry in the Sghi
between Soenimn and prlvata
dup
iboui Adnuniatration had
no intention of repeabi
session Act. which was fixed on

f the in-
was authorttathreb
tated tonight

.-ii Ik ow 1
1
Chkl \:
Labow circna tonlabi pradlet-
l thai the chhM
old le to
DOW DOa loin:
'mi, office
nan
II laetaoal
night tiblige tin
pell, tmt wm Mi wingers are
:.
lo Labour1! cauaa, if th
on indaflmlely


re .il trail"
tat of ih"
'Hi in Um
M hai bean i
hether il would again

l
kounced U Mlnlatt]
tonight 1
prtnclpa!
Sir stal
kpea as Chat i i
an ..nil Herbert Mor
risen as Lord Pmlueril wf t'
' uniii, iHpjivaleiu
without poi
SarWrweJI. MOD
rflnlstei
.11 bv the
tfl BmmaiHM'
1 noted from
'.inior tank. Mr. Aneoi
Mn.iste! of Health,
of War. Ti
.-huh wns vacati

-..
f Nationul Insurance
LONDON, Feb. 28.
j>KIMI MINMIK Mil I tonighl was rngagad m |
light ajajgajl time. Simultaneously, he dealt with Ihrec
' problemscompleting this Cubinet reshuffle, pre-
partgn lor (he first meeting of Parliament tomorrow, and
directJag the drafting of the King's speech, announcing the
MsMiin's hiisine^-.. which the t'uhinel will s|ud> onThursda>.
Cabtaat as Minister of Food, his
lirst ministerial office.
The vacancy at ihe Colonial
Office, created by the defeat ot
the pollf of Secretary of State.
Mr. Arthur Creech Jones, has been
v the promotion of Iff
Jamer Onfflths. formerly Mhlla.ll
of National Insurance, wfej
n to being given a more
senior post, receives a seat hi ihe
Cabinet. The Cabinet itself has
been Increased from 17 to 18 mem-
bers by the Inclusion as an
Minister of the new Minish
Town ami Country Planning, Mi
Hugh Dalton.
Mr Dalton was Chancellor o'
the Exchequer, until he resigne.
after the accidental disclosure of
budget secret.
Fifth In Cabinet
He becomes fifth in the < .
heirarchy. with general responsi-
bilities as senior minister.
Alexander, a leading
Mil In the ( onMimei
Movement. font
IVfrine Minister, becomes C.
1 the im.h. of Lain
In place of Mr. Dalton. This post
like thnt of Mr M.n
' DOM equivalent to Mini-
" r without portfolio.
The 1,ml,.
8 Mr Hugh Gaits-
kell is a new governmo I
The effect of the reshurr
10 leave the mnrr Cabinet a lino* I
unchang.M. but 11 prodttOM I
surprises on lower government
Unreal The moat Mctaculan
pointment w..
1 ShlnweU pi
Minister of D*0
Shinwell. a forceful and intlu-
nilal personality of the radical
wing of the I-abour Party. I
over the supreme direction of ill
>ed forces from lx>rd Alntan
Her. recently creatru a P..I
I', li'n.illy. more Mgnid. an; than
the 16 changes made bv
Mr. Attlee, was his decision to re-
tain the leader of the Cabinet's
'ing. Mr Aneurm llevan
as Minister ot Health.
Firm Line
Before election, it had beeu
predicted that Sevan would get
much bigger job. It is con-
cluded usat Uw light wing of the
cnblnet Is taking A firm Ifhi
Caretaker" Labour Qov
rnmeru must' be run.
Mr Attlee haa brought Iwo d
bright young men" Int 1
the Cabinet The New. Mn 1
numwealth Relations, Mr
Walker was formerlv
tutor of the Oxford During the
war, he was on the staff of the
H B < ftiropaan Service Ib-
is 42.
Mr Hector McNeil, who waa
rkvin's principal deputy as
III ,
1


Affairs, hi 1 !flry f0i
'1 itland, replacing Arthi
burn, one ol the live
oropped. Aged 40. McNeil is '.>;
p;ofeaslon a Journalist
Beater
Q

Test "Peace Treaties*'
Before Hague Tribunal
THE HAGUE. Frb 211
Thr Inlrmatlonal Court of Jus-
llcc mrcu to-day lo hear a tail
caai aani by ih i-niiari Mauoni
acainst strong Soviet oppotilioo
uo Ihe interpretation of the oe,.-
traatiaa with Bul|ai.
arv and Rumania I.
trials of church leaOeis in
Bulfaria and Hunaar.. .ill h,-
naantlooad The issue rim
unilateral acttoo. it any. could be
taken by Ihe other parties lo Ih-
traaUaa, If these countries refused
fo co-operate, and whether ;.
.missioQ could he form,
ed to settle the dlspuu
by Australia. Britain
United State.. Memoranda b)
Kusaia. Bulgaria.
Fire In House
Of CoiuiiHHiH
LONDON. Feb. 28
n to-day rushed lo th.
House of Commons where a fir.
i ved to have broken oul
in the basement The Chamb*
as filled with smoke.
irol With-
i a few minutes. It was suited
to have broken out in an electri-
cian's storeroom underneath Ih*
Chamber, where ihe new House
will assemble to-morrow
Members rushed to the Chamber
and helped to light the fire unti.
the arrival of the brigade toe**
Many Advisers
But No Troops
IN BULGARIA
I'ARII. feb n.
Donald Heath, American Mlm-
Ml lo Sofia when Ihe Unite,!
Stalaa broke oft diplomatic rWa-
tuna with Bulgaria U.I
year, said here today the
My, Russian milltai,
advlaers, eapwts and mualona. b-jt
no Man of Riisbi..
in Bulgaria.
Heath told io-wspapermen who
aaked if a Ruarian Marshal migul
in Bulgaria as Marahil
luduisnovaky did in Poland, th.l
when he left Sofia in January.
there waa nothing to indical'
that such a step was in proreas o
neceaaary' The Bulgarian Ilefemc
Mlnmer and Army Command v.
he raid, had hold high ranks I

the part year,Meater.
Hungary, Ku
.-.mania. Byelo-Rustia. Ukraine and
came before the United Nations Czechoslovakia are understood t
laat spring, when Australia and declare the Court has no conipe-
Bolivia asked the General Assam- < tenet to bnr the can The peace
^ly to discuss the trial' aaty, they say, have their own'"* Russian Army, thoufh they
_*,de!!. lfl R"'garia and Hunjj-i. naehmer. *.( settling interns- * Bulgarians.
He satd that there was a lot of
feeling against :
mong peasants.
"I do not
oppoatuon.'' tai
" will h.iv. >ial disputes, and in
' net the three Mates concerned an
nx..;.'* aga-. (.:..,!... r.nlher -----, hers of the UnMed
a** nnaj" 'ions, nor parlies lo the statutes
lao have to consider | __(Resuer.)
* '/nine iiC'IMIeMf
" hen harm. /*rfrcti*m
and eamy rumjitUncm arm
r/ie hrynulr, ntrthing euaataf
l>r more in ktmpimg
than n cigmrrttr bwsrjaug
''i. hmUnimrk oj
Benmun ar Hmdrnm,
Old Bond Stm-i, l...niton
irAen only the he*t uUI dm.
%1M
SUPER VIRGINIA CIGARETTES
BexsonZiHedges
OlO Ktt/D '/HIT, IOVIW.S


PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
ESPAY, >IV|I(H
CaJtib CaUw?
(ol.ONFI, W. Calver. Cwr-n
t aton.r of Police, .lam.lcn
arrived from Jamaica on Mo>fl>
bv B.W.I A (01 lha Conf.n'iica
o( PoUee Commlatlooan. Also
arriving (or Ihis Coafcrenc. was
Cotaael William A. Orratt. mm-
mUom of Mica. Brill*
OvUna. Ha artlrfd vaaMRby by
Bill from B 0
Newspaper Tails.
IN coimaclien with lae EahnVUon
of Bntuh Periodicals no
jhowlm at US. Briush Council.
Mr. George Huntc will lecture on
Thursday. March tad. < ,' "
p m on "How a British News-
paper Is Made". Tha lacturo will
oa Illustrated by ftlll pictures anl
followed by a sound film.
a
Wa in EnfliKl on
B.C Schoiarahip
mi:
POCKET CARTOON
fc. OSBKRT LANCASTER
alt uill fry l
away by ii<
( had oar tomtit e-
For B.C. Ladies' Athletic
Meet
MISS GRACE CUMBER-
BATCH, Barb***' leading
Undy athlete. left ;rt**jr I1WIA en a special InvlWttOn
fram B.C. to take part Demerau Lad.eV Athletic Spott
Speat Carnival In Trinidad
TV) MRS T B. HULL of Top
M. Rock, an<1 Mrs. Norman Peck
vrho lives at the Marine Hotel.
Carnival in Trinidad vac one of
the moat ptctu. ' ful 4gTiU they hi
They murneJ on Sunday n
by BW I A
After Two Month*
m*R FRANK K. BWOC
lent
MN<: Co
of the Be:
Vancouve
meeting which takes place on 4th columaaa. retumr.-i borne over the
March. She expects to be home
n Tuesday.
Her aarants Mr. and Mrs C W
("umberbatch and her sisters Mitt
Merle and Mlas N. Cumberbatch
>.e airport to se* her off.
as well as Mr. Arthur Jones, Vice
President of the Amateur Athletic
Association of Barbados and the
Secretary of that Association Mr
i W Maynard
.eek-end via Trinidad bv B.W.I A
He was accom >anied by his wife
and they had spent about two
months' holiday hero. Thev ran
staring at the Maine Hotel
t
Ovt Of hoanital
Wft H LYTT. HITSON
A. .Jinks, Angoy who
been here for three
M
Paid Business Visit
R FRED BURROWES. Presi-
dent
Dnqori-l. of TVafaf St reel.
recently vaasWl vdit a siiccesa/ul
operation at the General Hospital
r.nioyinf Her W.I. Holiday Ms many friends win w d.w
AMISS Elizabeth Mac Carthy be Had to hear that he ts up and
about.
Cartb wi*he* hli
I.IOIIK Till VTHl
Tonit,- OilMADAM TIAM HM,t
MISS
i v certainly seems W
- enioving her holiday in tl*
West Indies. She has just returned
i.-om Carnival in TrinKiad.
enmplet*
ki mn
months on leave with hi* wife
and two children returned yester-
day by B.W.I.A. to Br.rn.
Guiana They were staying In a
bungalow along the Maxwell l
Coast.
Prior to hit arrival here. Mr
Angoy was in England for tw<
months on a British Council
Scholarship doing
Social Industrial
of John F. Burrow*-,
and Co Ltd, of Bermuda, re- yesterday she left for British
turned home on Saturday morn- Guiana, where she will be staying
ing by TCA.
on business coupled will
He wag slaying tl the M.irin*
Hotel
tor two weeks. Before rcturnine.
la Barbados, she will pay a shi
visit to Tobago.
m
Islands?
registered letter arrived
Ogta
Dental Surgeon Returns
DR. DAVID CHAMBERS
Dental Surgeon of Trinidii 1.
.-turned home over the week-end
by B.W.I.A.. after spending a
.hiijif with hi* parents Mr. and
Mrs. E. S- Chambers of Kent
n/t JT: iT t %. .* r, accompanied by his wife
ATI. the. Canadian Bank of Com- ,iw|f, ,!JJ| David Jor
yesterday from merce, Trinidad, returned home
course on Holland with the destination on Sunday evening by B.W.IA..
Welfare ami itridgetown, Barbados Island?, after spending two weeks' holiria /
and
sgytaaj
.
For Three Weeks
pAecra," Rockley.
during his stay in the British roiiid it be that in far oft Holland He was
Isles he spent a short time at th h*> have heard of Pelican- and K Institute of Agriculture at Usk in Culpt-pper islands, or docs it Sboa
South Wales how little j>eop|p In Europe know
He returned to the West Indie- Bbou, ,hi5 little island of ourb. Fnvnn,.. VFNI)t
vis America and spent ten day:. P s _!n ctoe visitors to the island M *\ -^ .. V
hi Bridgeport, Connecticut witn ir- wondering where Pelican and.*T* Shipping partrnent *
Dr R Lovell. who is well known Culpepper islands are. let me put^George F Huggins and Co. Ltd,
In athletu cirrlea here He then vou wnae Pelican Island Ls at th.*5 now "? .B*r?"*" *JSS
left America by the Empress of p of the Norlft flde of Carlislclthrec weeks holiday. He cam*
Australia' early Ml November, p^y while Culpepper Island is ;."Ver principally for the Has and
which took him as far as Trinidad, ^n mk m thc sea off the COM ** accompanied by his wife and
Ihuuig their stay here they have f Sl Philip, and we Bajans aiTei-3f ""llv y al
made many friends, and enjoyed Uonataly call it an island P
their holiday Immenae.y. a% feel so much bigg;
ca ca I
Stood Over on Business "Henry" Returns
MR Norman Wight, one of the WR HENRIQt'EZ PEREZ
urs of the British li bock in Barbados to con-
BsCs. recently tour- tinue his studies in Ennli'-n
ed Barbados left by B W I.A. to Shorthand and fl
return to British Guiaia Us did cial work 'Henry.' durtn| hll
with the team, as he sta- sat became very
had to rcmaia on a little longer popular w -
OB busines-v He is witli Univci- a .
sal Agencies in B.G. Aquatics In BSSWral The first
--hort stay lie t<4d C*r.b thing he wanted to know when
he has been all Ll1 saw him yesterday was
and had a wondi.' all Hwnatl is th.- Water Polo season
many friends whom he did not ae. comiriendng? Henry arrived on
before he left he beg* to say gol- Monday afternoon and
le here until the en'i of tl
Comincs and Goings
DR L Hutaon, Government
Veterinary Surgeon in AnUgua
left for Trinidad on Monday by
B W. I. A. to attend a Conference
on Uvtsrtock which is to be held here and she
there. again
%i fl-O*--*' "
Btaiasat. (Si
*xm at
What ibe -na-t a
. oman. *
did to ita*
" r-d ainit ( could ra eten isi
Piaissnaw and Co.. was in Bntisl
Guiana for one week. He returned
yesterday by B W 1 A
Rrvd Ernest Griffin. Supt of
the James Street Method'st Churcl
left for British Guiana yesterday
by B W I A.

p'.casniil thi-ee weeks
holiday spent at Indramer QaM
House. Worthing, Miss Doru-
Premdak. Assistant Matron al the
Public Hospital in British Gu ana
returned home yesterday by
B.W.I.A. This is her first visit
to return soan
Rupert and the Caravan35
"1
fnat which nei mum i*-*
nrtUia to ttal UM aoaa ana
r\ colllte o* mcludad. ffl
Whan Britain wiU rali. (Si
i PlMtyibiB
, tl* uiubimy U
turn. (7i _.
) Ort" an* " *" aianaw
n n sn sw..... n *
j Look aHaurssttSa. <*i
10 rrom ""
Parts.
i. Bbacua
Plus LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE
8 New STARS in Contest
Prices: 16c., 30c., 40c., 54c. Tickets on Sale TOJiffi
it- U
>' o* SS daartoi
\cross tl*
*( rauifw >toung **. 'si^
a ran. aam. can r good
w-hoatd. IS >
. t U*a" B?Wsjaarar."*
I; hr*. ia ' * '*. *frTlfi
13 Oyidtcoiw. 19 M>i:.on. 11 >"'
licit ft* IdT.I. 0- j.
nt a ?;*: *j e"; ?
nwmV 0 WeVi : Olte; U *SSI 1-.
ft. iu:*: IT. One; U,
'AfCvd Ttl 4.1
!M
Up For Th Races
R. ALEXANDER CHIN. -
Wf<: Indira turflta.
was an arrival on Friday evening
B.W.I A., from Trinidad tor
ho B.TC Raor Meeting whicli
Savnnnah
in Satordaj n.xi He was
jccompunled by Mr* Chin and^
ra BttajM t Indramer
lOnest House. Worthing.
For'kf Hlth
MR C. A H. FULTON, who is
a Sugar Planu-i at Diamond
,,-KsMe. iiG.. and Mrs. Fulton have
'""iVwas Norman who hit Use l.i .ving with Mi nl liu- (>o>l four months here
.iiSJrS V-yn Knight ol ", -r hoUdjy .
..
to Barbados and they
one of thc flats
Sands.
1.1.ii i:
M
One Time Intercolonial
Cricketer
R. Jules E Chabroi
of Commodity Centre
With Anacond. Mining Co. ^
WE were M
and this l. j
BSaln fit mi'pjl rma ..! _ "


British Guiana and Mrs Chabr.,1. B G yattarday With "his
arrived yesterday by B W 1 daughters 1.
from British Guiana. Kaye lhaj I
A keen turfite, one f.f thc main able waans at the Parasaai Bsaa |,
reasons for his visit is tc> be here Club, vhere Ussy alao spent their
for the Barbados Turf Clubs Orat visit
Spring Meeting He is also well Mr. Johnson is with the Ani.-
known in Wet Indian cxKkat eonda Miumg Co, in British
circles, having represented B G
on several occasions He played
ericket here in 1905 and has also
played against the M C C.
Mr Chabroi is Barbadian born.
but has B.G foi
ears now Tta
Guiana
To Spend Three Weeks
V|H 0 S> VERALL,
sons In B G
and one In

Tn


.M.ii
Dei
In
the
: e Custom, by B W 1 A
the Public Works holiday
last week
. fin i I
Ac. oi
They i| t*ru>oraril> Mi 1
with Mr i sistcu student of Queens l
at Sea ,m11 bs her,
i riod
They expect to be in Barbados for The> gn
three months. 'Laaa
Recuperation HosesJay
MR ROWRT 1 CPAMMONd
of Montreal vvho was recu-
peiating ncrv for three weeks aHei
i al eight months, re
ens on Saturday morninii
He was sAying at tl-
Wmdsoi H"t.-l
He aaid that be had benefited a
great deal from hat visit and war
i.'ady So rasume his duties.
Mr. Crammond u Vice Pre*ident
i f Crammond and Son Limited
machinei v manufacturers of Mon-
CS C>
Many Still in Trinidad
MISS KATY LENAGAN who
spent Carnival In Trinidad
to BW.I.A. over thc
eek-and There are still several
ng in Tnnldad who went
there for the Carnival and have
Si returned
MEWS FltO.M mi: ui:vo\n
Do you believe in the mpernataral?
lave \ou ever seen a woman sui.pn.dlii,: In mW iir ,**_,
Support '.' Will it horrilv you lo sre b font fhfcn iii_
through a human being?
Then Vou Must See
I.I (International Maglelant
Th* figur* ot ftoderigo, me
pi cast, diuppeati round headunJ
rock sad Sailor Sam pots on speed
ro iry t> catch up. All at once
Rnpen hears a (hud. and 10 h.s
anxiety he sacs his Inend lying oa
ihe steep stony path and tnuttenrtg
to him*eH. ''Well, ii ih.t imi
ihc worst bit of luck 1" afowli Sim.
" My AnkJe't wramed on thoie loose
stones. Now tliar villain will gat
away irom me and 1 shall lose my
precious wallet and that sunken
treasure ss well. Oh. dear, oh, dear,
why wasn't I more careful I" U it
really as bad is that ?" says Rupert.
-Is there nothir.* I cao do la
help?"
PUaiant-taatins. sparkling
Alka-Slur brings you quick
rahel from tha aftar affacts of
at* hours and ovat indulgence
in food and drink. Keep it handy.
Alka-Seltzer
BY THE WAV
//> Beachcomber
KOTEWOKA, what is that
cheering in the compound'1 "
"It Is 123 rnim
for our lord and ma:-'
I read that th* Fon of Uikon. a
chiefUm in the high Cameroon..
'and known as ihc Cameroon
HtghisjKiei i oflerod all his wives
their libert. 40 departed, but 110
> to stay.' thus necessitat-
learTaogan.ein of the files
To bring the Corps ui
the Fan's Matrimonial 6V.
bsf had to go hastily through
T itsshone ngmlers Jottad down on
i-id bats of paper durum Ml
rambta* The old rogue is said to
be 4t0 years of age H> it
la- dtoB. there will be crowds of
dsohing yssaag fellows hanging
about the compound, in the hope
i f getting a dozen or so of ,
.Sars^ia; of thr Sink
So powerful is concrntionalUu
Hut If hmon beings were able
lu nsrai their ears inside out vthrn
they loaigSsed iron uxmld find very
'Kemselpes o)
r'ni priiHJepc
(C 9aet Esq. at Ps**T*fleld,
I lu- \iirkuiii miiuliil
A
* lous fatnai i
warning of a visit lo the 9
acndarou.s twcunencas In Ml
* ii. butiai anu
coacheil. ami wnao tbi
was ast a lou.i
cough fron
was un-
answered, so he upomil ihr dot I
alightly lo -nn.uince th. vtMloi
who hoard l)i Smait-Alluk aa)
SO Mi Wailih.'.-
: mii W\i-
neaday \
parent wus shaking han.is with
two grave gentlemen in dog-
ei.lUi "Ah. my dear
ilaimod sjssrt-Aluck
plcaaure This la Ml
"I lie*, | Ipstsf you i
Holy Orders" said Us
giiu.ii.K at two uiiimiahod |tasses
of milk on the table
ones little best.-' said War** a
A tclass of milk, sir* What shot..,.
'. i do without the dVor cows?
i raalii can*! beheve these r*>
>atd the i-nent "Of coars ',
vou eanX" aaid Smart-Alltck
Win, cmiW."' "Thc-y aay my
fin nds are bookmakers," said
lnuiest Warbtow. turning asidi
blow his nooe violently. "It has
Imtcaa all "ea^t,' sotil Ssnart-
Allick. brushing a tear away with
Ins sleeve The visitor felt a lump
In his throat, in the presence of
IPO good men. so foully
ligassj
l',,-lurat
Who fares ao /eotlf
Ot-er fhe finh*
| ;,! mani Jennifer.
Knee-deep is /UtlT
Haaa" poe* sheep al her
Myuoa" goes a ooat
CosN take o peep al her
Torn overcoat.
mill a swishing tail
Plod fhrouok Ihe mire.
After maid 'f^ntjrr.
Home lo IK* byre.
I Myrtle Ravcnsfo.it l
CRVKTOQl OIKHtre\ him to uorli il:
A X Y I) I- B A A X R
la L O N l. V E L L O W
One letter simply stands for another. In this example A Is used
for the three L's. for the two O S, st Single letters, apoo-
rophlea. the length and fcrmat^a af Use fi'3 are all hints
Each day the code letters art ' asa
A (r. p -s-aas Igai ta* n
GKL'RT B C K ^ V 3 J
HJTT U WOITI B
B J
M Y Q Z
YLNKJLW NVS
y s j c i a J a l w
:-: w Q T
Cr^ib-ip- : \ DAYS
\ iVMM i-iki: a PtOWl :in.
Ml-Ml.II I
A GALA NIGHT
AT
CLUB MORGAN
DELICIOUS STEAK DINNERS
The < LIB MORI.AN nK( HI.MKY and PETER LACY
for continuous entertainment
gar Please Dial 4M0 for Reservations
HOYAL (Worlhogj)
h m 11 LAJt naow ai s aa . -
t'mted Artlalu Pr#*tnl~
OI'TrOHT IN MORIIK li
aasresas
Ccona BArr Aklm TAJ
MarM WINDSOR
i:>ii*ik:
NO HOW TODA1
TII-n\V NIT* al ' I. p m
lOUt C-Fok Dotible
LOM WILSON, HlcrsMfd CRANK
vi'.iiu u TAKER OVEB
and
WINNSas i Ik. u
with
Jsii WIlaLES. hSnS>n I'ARIIV
ROXY
I.
NO HHIIW TOIIAV
THI RHIIA1 NITfc ONI.l .1
. M m
2011) t-Fox Pm.nU
BLACK SWAN
gaoitng
Tyrone POWBaK. Maurm, O HAMA
OLYMPM
NO HHOW TOOAt
LAKT HHOW THIRMUAV l
SgtaBB.
Plryu InM Kepyblit Sfttel .
Unr> IHOMliaON.
Krlai, TAJ MUl
in
KING OF
resatar banoih-
with -
'...M HAMUEN.
Anlhoivj WABDF.
FRIOAY. :,rd AR< 11
Orrriestra seats 3/-. Circle t/-, Balcony l/||
Buy Your Tteketa al Thr t.labe Nesrt
EMPIRE
TO-.MTE
(By opecial Keqoeat)
THE GRAND
REPEAT CONCERT
Flavoured with Musk ill Mr. C. B. Brown, life CM
and III- 01 lllmllll
llll III I.I. I VI MTKKVEI
Music As You Like It
M.,.i< \ ,1-u U.,nt it
Just Typically 'BASSE
At 8.30 p.m. The Count roc* over with lib TheB* 8***
followed by "KALAMA/.OO (The (.ten Miller Rilht OBf
THE AHTIsVrfS
Thr While Hull.. Ilr.iin-.il. I'lsirr. is. Aril. *** J
Club S.ins.r Krrddir I I h. 1 M.-.-iw R''A' JSJO_
\l-rr.-.l Mump Vou From \mr s. .a n""'" '^Jf
mrnlalb.ll. Thompuii iMIk. 1 lurini... lhr TTX5
Wlllard llhr lmlUlorl And Ju.l K.rp Vour E'"*"
Thr Qnnliun Musi 1 Mi- I !..- lh.? An
PrIOrS : Fll SO. H.u 311. Balron) M. SS"
till Al'ir (LIB CI.\KMA M.mb... Only) |
TONIGHT .1 H.3U
WARNER BROS. Present:
LILLl PALMER -:- SAM WANAMAKER
in "MY GIRL TISA"
w Akw CROWN GINGER BEER w o ^y
SPEND
a little
RAYON BROCADE
36 ins
Peach. Blue. Pink.
U-in.ui. While S4 cU.
A beautiful raugr uf dr-
lilihtful colour-.
and SAVE
A LOT!
by buying these
Special Offer Lines
I DAT ONLY WEDNESDAY AT K.JU P.M.
l's Solid bot.rUlam.nl
COMEDY : UU81C! KUMAM.L .
The Warner Wa) :
Jack CARSON ,.U| IIHS'VM
Duru DAY OT \ ^!.*\?1
Uc BOWMAN IA KM IIS
Ftankic CAK1.E Si Onhcslra In TcchrHoW
wn w o nstiviiioii
Mr. Artisan,
Get the right TOOL for the Job
EVANS & WHITFIILDS
DIAL 4606
DIAL 4220
Yuur selling agenl fin
AVIM I MEN'S --HHI 5
-11.411 a pair
II will pv you I" uv quolilv always'
HIGHTONE PRINTS
in llii:.In Plaids and Flowers
3C ins wide
u ? els.
Jut openedand ready
tor you !
All pricM iidverliaed are B.W.I, dollars.
II Ml III i BRACES
CHISELS
HAMMERS
SCREW DRIVERS
HAND SAWS
PLANES
SQUARES
SAW FILES
TAPES
TROWELS
HAND DRILLS
PLIERS
BLOW TORCHES
HACK SAWS
Inspect ihc wide range slocked by our Hardware
and Ironmongery Department
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LIMITED
^-* "MAKE
THE
VALLEY
BLOSSOM
AS A
~**&m rose"
WE NOW OFFER A RANGE OF
GARDEN TOOLS
- INCLUDING -
RUBBER GARDEN HOSE V
PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE \
NOZZLES SPRAVEBS UNIONS
MENDERS WATEKLNG POTS
COUPLINGS RAKES SHB**-gga|
GREENS & BANSOMf S LAWS
THE CORNER STOB^


1 MARCH l. iso
May
Barbados
Have A Brewery
BARBADOS may have .on. The Ho
heir meeting yesterday passed the n
filiation to pruv.de for this when fhev passed
:> Rill in mania..:. V. ------ t" Wl.I.OUt
RAKUUIOS \DW | \ ( E
Deficit Of
$405,000

! 2fi*fflifl^- and had
Ibi
hereon
The ibjcci- .ind Reasons of the I
prowaional arrangement, have | avenue. *'"or*a naceajary | day.
, by a commercial enter- A beginning had been mad. .h EMimated
he wished a succes.tvSvhnmS
gBd In the near future; and tlM o( beer manufactured wo3d ill.
^Mjct of the present Bill ,. lo | importation and would go a En.
Wior ',"! "*c1!"r>h 2 ,0 ^P 'hem balance ,?
the brewing of I budget
.......,-----ng duties on1 The
^er. The legislat.on I. based on not hamper the'rum mduatrv I
ponding provisions of would have to be vorv emc.nl
, Trinidad Brewery Ordinance '"deed lo make any inroad* n"o
The estimated
J*> (or the tin..
taun^i. M'6!4M3'
jjumaled expenditure is |.62<.-
rZ." ?"'emen' "I
Colonial Esiimaw. for ike veor
rOP Of Which W SMS,
House, of u,. Leg,.!*!
/ 77ie Legislature
Yestvnlay
COUNCIL
Music Kxamincr
Arrhcs ludav

Thief Gets
Six Montlvs
PAGE THREE
-'.' 'L a-l Mc thai cmm j'l^i
eara- i i - excea. of currei- ..;, [month
2>E2 ver current expend.: .
hg regulating the orew.ng of i ouaget. "" ------ ' " nnanclal vear 185031 w.lT : "- '
KT and for imposing duties on' The new company he felt would .M-8'?"00 and that this 11,1- i nSo^STm^mni
f^JSSSSfjLUSi "5 T*" S rum industry0"'., SS.'BJai*-* "!.%--. TSgK.-,. . ,
R" "U1"1 -ht .he Genera I ""5hJ _, -~
Revenue Balance at the beginning If" ""'" "'- "g *. re. IS. nd "Uobe- -
of Ihe nnancial year 1850 31 will uL 22? "CT*"* -i ;uMaj Evening Balllol
be J4.870.0O0 and lhat thi. H.1. n^a^ST._______, ... ... .
became
THE only thiiis that has pre-
upoaing a
Leceuse you
nked His
J. W. B Cner.er, to
- .tnogan in
the Asalstanl Court of Appeal
rdajr before coinlnr.ing g ala
'.919 [month sentence
Cauogan. a labourei *4 BrtttOOs
sag. M ...
labour by City Police Magis-
toe ""......., ; ........-.*. -"------- ... .,. any inroads into
After dealing with matters of, the rum industry because Rarha
Mje and the Bill! do. made
Movides that every brewer sliail ler).
out an .iiinual license costing! "r. Aimer 1L> thought
SS.W and pay an excise duty on I " saieguard should be made bv
gn gal.on of beer which he Government to protect the new
! ____ ,-1 luol 11 III.IK.,1 ,' una....! I____I "C"
very good rum. (Laugh-
Mi. AIMer .1) thought that
Utlr and inKnanauHli me
i-wer shall I ter).
uxe out an annual license coating
ind pa
rurr galion .....
brews (el. 3 and 4).
provision is made in subsequent --- -.... eon
{buses for various matters of a ln addition to that the Govern-
ttchnical nature such u the gete- ,nent should keep its eyes on the
gonent "( the spertflc uiavitv >'ricc charijed. He had noticed in
beer, the method of kcepliin S"V? cerUin ilenis produced
ontt. the marking of rooms and loca'l>' that the price was as high
as that of the .mported product
If something Is produced local-
ly the population should benefit
a certain extent as regards a
of the nnanclal year lo J4.405.30:
According l0 the Memorandum
on Ihe Estimates, the Revised
Expenditure for msso ,ho
V .'ns,eoa "( a deflcil of
lUl.ioS as originally estimated
industry ag.insl foreign irnoorn 2^ X "J"" m'hl have '." "- < M
lions such as whisgev and cm .J ^*" 'x view of the sup- I m' i "v '"-, 'l'
In add.tlon .0 .haMn. GOTern- S^'?i.rIL.5r.0V'*,?n '"""^ - 'V" -
"'l,""h <>>iii.iii v s'tm-i t>
"* '""" Cburdl t'alhed.al!ox-
=r wv io unoinMi ih, ; ford. His pre.cn.' appointment ,if
* iw-it e.n 1 OrganUi of St George's Chauel
-daor'. was m^T'',mI
wbk* form th* sciiduk> io inu r^olu. Hi* compo^iu.m.s include an An-
for tun 10 WIi.mM. ,*. Uwm fot ^horu* '""f Orchcsira
m .^.s",Pnn' CMimaw, ] of the Sons of Ihe Clergy m 1929.
N
smaller price.
The bill was read od uaised
without division,
House Approves
Road Regulations
(f OCTl. >'"- "mm trcnts. the marking of rooms and
jetsels, ihe control of brewing
Aerations and related matters,
j (d. 5 to 23 > T<
i rfjeen of the Customs Depart -
1 gnu to enter a brewery for the
, gafpasr i>f tnkiiiK an account of
itattrul* used for brewing and ot
[wctucc for any concealed vessels
nd penally of $500 is
mpoteti for obstmctiiijj such
carers, (cl 24 to 26).
Provision Maile
1 provision is made for the pay*
'*ot i.f -> drawback on beer I i-h. u
tn*eu in the Island which ..-! d '^ ,4"Assembly yealer-
eifc-w as merchand.- n:"er"''"cflu,lon approving
I ttore? tWr possession (except for SflleMpSO undkrMclion .S '
Bunjry VehKle" aS"ffild^ Traffic ^
Kor other PWmti M dW7-ie).w amendVi[J y
[acr be uted fox Inemstag the sections 41 and of tETSeMrt
ind .nent of Highways and Transport
r- Act. 1945, and approve? ^id
m.llee to pro- sanctioned by His ExceUency the
IM in the manufacture I Governor on the 17th day of Feb
<*"" ich may ruary, 1950. and that the Iuisla
live Council be invited to concur
*1 *nd 32 .-.. and, if concurred in,
and waste incidentali Hesolved that His Excellency
.. brewins process is allowed | the Governor be asked to milt.
the puqx'se ''nd take the necessary stei. ta
Provision is mi '">'
is travel I in,; lo a brew*
fiorcred from the brewer, 'cl
H)
lrr-iiiii. '* '
|sp extract, mall and mall ex-
'
npen ...
(M.ji i. nd RcHsons
in* (L) wlio in
tond readme of the bJ
It the ')
te bill had set ran
SKfsv i. .
H< not thai '
particu-
^B of the bill. It spoke for
i. Perhaps some hom
iber -nniht be of the
'- dealing with
mention,
no into that aspect of
< to the
{ponding section
JJt, I. II. Uilkliuon flit n* did not know much about
It* bill hui in- knew about the
lyasumption or the subjecl of the
a* *u"^ indus-
ffWM Uk, !
P*11"111 i would
MHMSl .
Acting Col. Sec.
Congratulated
HUN'BLE P.
Avtmg Colonial Secretary ,>
coiiKralulated at yesterday's* meet-
ing of the Legislative Council on
his appointment as first Principal
i-y of Tanganyika.
Hon'ble J. D. Chandler speaking
before the business of the Council
began said it was unnecessary for
him to say much on that occasion.
More would be said later when
Mr. Campbell was leaving. He
felt sure that Mr. Campbell's pro-
motion was from the point of view
salary and possibly from the point
of view of requisites und other
promotions, but he did not think
it was from the point of view of
climate.
ted to extend to him his
es and congratulations.
Hon'bie D. G. Lcac<>< -
dent) asked to be associated with
Mr. Chaiuiler's remarks. He had
;iyin something at the
meet the additional cost of sala-
i ries and wages resulting from the
revision of salaries and waxes
during the year 194950.
The Revised Estimated Revenue
is greater than the original esti-
mate largely because of the
book-entry" in adjustment of the
refund of the Cost of Livfau
Ailowance of the year 194849
necessitated by the revision of
salaries. The main sources oi
Revenue, namely (a) Customs
| and Excise, and (b) Taxation.
show a decrease of $125,000. and
an increase of $265,000 respect-
ively. These variations of the
approved Estimates aga of no par-
ticular significance.
'Housekeeping" Hasi-
The Estimates for 195051
nave been compiled on a 'house-
keeping basis; that is to say the
Revenue Estimates are based on
the collection of revenue at exist-
ing rates from existing taxes and
duties and the Expenditure Esti-
mates generally make provision
for the services only. They do not make
provision for any new or extend-
ed services, nor do they contain
provision for the service of loans
to finance new or earksn
vices. The Estimates make pro-
vision for a reduced contribution
-o Capital Expenditure.
Before embarking on new <> ex-
tended major services it is pro-
posed to await the ftp
which is being undertaken by the
Economic and Financial Advlsei
to the Development aim
Organisation and which it ii
hoped will be completed in the
early part of 195051.
The Estimates make financial
i provision for the reorganisation of
r CAMPBELL, departments in the light of the
advice tendered by the Salaries
Commissioner. The provision is
considered to be sufficient to meet
the additional departmental costa
arising from reorganise
suminK they become effective a*
from the 1st of July. 1950, but no
expenditure will be incurred
against the relative item of the
Estimates until nunnal legislative
sanction has been obtained.
The Capital Expenditure Ks-
timatee make provision for the
continuance of approved capital
schemes. The Estimates hrcak no
new ground but they indicate thai
it is the intention of the Govern-
ment to prepare plans foi U
building of a Post Office niul ex-
tensions to the General Hospital
I. Cuirvnt. M
sHSHfeH
11... ill
iiBiiuinni
? "olutkm for
and sung at St Paul's I
and a Carnegie award "The Hound
of Hca\,
IS*-I. P.r. 1. Cuntnl

if^SHXtfJik "i- Wl1"rrt'
BOMB, cemtnrrrud pp*rs And nrwi- ....
* Btiuin and Bntih I
RwolulUm t,, (,. Wlth t9mt to ,h
W^V P-.(..IO, and ... lou;, I'm,,.
column mm ( .. Sclwdiil.-
dale '*" *' **
Uarrh. isso. irw ,n n>MU iHta
iw n ptmirti null,! irirlnrtmj bo.ii(,
*p-i> and nt-w.paprii.. tti'
KCHiliitinn to ap(>..

i 7 Tin
DidlSotGo
On Dock
".int: here yesterday of
the 84-ton motor schooner Cach-
impossible because lU
drafl of 12 fi h ms. was too great
in comparison with the 1-.eight of
ihe tide.
Workmen on the dry i
at work miu*> m
m Um "Cachalot" up
:. of the hull
aged to sjm
Muck on ihe platform i i
The foreman ol :hc dock told
fM>t|toda>. He (hat the.,
"'"",;1 ''"' *"*' iwi iiouaj. He as fearini! that i
..-Iniighjiiiii, :,.',;'., i";;>-
i..~i.. b full io dock ih, ,r ~u '
Vhi",J ""' VeM*' dl>" "!' gO "II 10.1.1
boatt
ipvWineni Ulr

wt 1S-SO. f. .,
:
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ii in.I !< flSa,

HOUSE
This will 1.' 00 S;ilu;:
full moon.
Ajawfnbly i
Adama Lild Ihe foil.
.1 .^..v.v-1 m/uin MiiiicuiiiiK ai mc
| i Bined the/e"d ^ "1U 'l'8. uui he was
i sMfcviiar.i Phased that Mr. Chandler had
..... con la i ned thef ; - - -
^--..^tegulations to saieguard ul0Med that Mr Chandler h
Jesltii .if . (isu kaid it when
B-h**1 "* .ions to
Jhct the public so that the com-
sWould not be able to .ianu-
nra a product that is not det-
BSMtti to 'he hi
PBSJJM :
Gratifj Inn
('. Gaddai I (E)
tnufylnji to i
apital was coming to the
lo set up
I d would em-
number of people
ul n would be.
was drunk in fairly large
in th.- colony and thev
.-depend i ,!,.,.. |
e plan:
l of botUi would be need- i
mportation of
Kaid it when he did.
I He would add that Mr Camp-
bell had always been not only
Colonial Secretary but a much
loved individual among them. He
hoped that he would continue to
go further nd further.
Mr. Campbell replying said he
appreciated verv much the kind
words that had bean spoken. He
assured them Ui '. he would be
leaving Barbados with consider-
able reluctance f"* iiany reason*.
He would no doubt maintain his
connections and endeavour to re-
turn in the future
M-iMK(- MB U 11,10 from Mm FU..-I-
it 1-on.idwiUoii of Out Honoumbl*
lUt Bmiiumc-.
Of the ftnunrlaj veni
1 IvulMUIahlt
"nber nutt ii .
o*.i] tlh Hum* m th,- nn| mrvUnc I
Ihr Iuhim-
Slgrtr.nit ..( PaM CMHoa A^\*tw* to
'. fMonwnl ..- 4otw> (Mm lo i
3tat J.rfiuarj-. ISOO.
Tht- ku* r.-a the rUM
i -aulat* Dw bre^v
A Iteao:..' i.
.m to tmpoar rrt.. .
Uona entltUnl *Thr MobM '.
lalitm* ISSO" nMdi-
iriatiwayi and Ttwnapor: on ' lUi 0>v
-i T ul UM
.1 Pnad TralUr Ar-
1BJT 'ISOl-IS'. u aiooiMtod
*l .avl U ol IH* nnartmani o* Hlati*n.
'*U. ji.iI approved
.
ISSO
n
t 2 M |. m
Salmon Costal Ml'-
A KIM
1
Kenneth*.
H A. Talma.
pound thi ..Inch he

Tuegrtav
.'
Sugar For
England
Hum Barrels UHurn
About 300 cmpU i,,.
vessel "TOue Star' from Nassau.

iau to which


agenl .
laeUottoo Mon-
Iha larceny of one dflaan
B, valued $10. the
^srs William
Fogarty and Co., Ltd.
j He appealed at the bar and Sgt.
H Kinji. who prosecuted ior the
tag appealed.
A ( irthwith appeal was heard
by Their Honours Mr
J. W. H Chenery and Mi H v
Vaughan. Judges of the Assistant |
Appeal Apart from,
conArmniK the decision of the)
Police Magistrate. Their Honours
' d Cadogan to
1 peal costs in seven davs
In Basket
Ooodman. Clerk of the
lie Department ot Ul
Wm. Fogarty. said that on Thurs-
day last at about 11.15 a.m. he
re looking
. He later saw
ui the vtatg mto
nyuiK. Cadoaan
ran away and he save chase. He
caught up with Cadoaan who oy
i had thrown the vests
basket He later gave
him into the custody of a Cou-
nabl.v
Walter Alherley. anothci cm
i- Wm. Fogarty,
thai he heard arnsjot
' the -tain .t the Stoic
' he looked around he
I that it was a small
dark man
dman was run-
m and he kjaatd
i an alonR
[Mr Cadogan and
"-inian caught up rtjth
him. Goodman shouted for assist-
.
Ca
he had appealed for
' n living an honest
N
tie Court
onee OT twice t^it not hu

i

l,| W.i
.

lunvicu-d in
M6, twice in i36.
IM] wh.-n !u
.i for the

Worked Galled Animal
LIVINGSTON ROACH of Sugar
ui i Hill was fined 30'- in 14 days' or
wj;ct u.,,1 bottles and that one month by His Worship Mr.
"ow': have to depend upon i H. A. Talma yesterday when
Egf!*11.1''' ;'ttW was found guilty of working
wmr re felt that those people horse in a galled condition
ihe plant February 28. on Roebuck Street

" .
rhg S)
Und lighters
,i
ir its ai
Afici dlschai gii | '" i
go from Tl

to load sugar.
The "Si Bclalisl
poor* via Antigua. Messrs.

agents.
Bishop Asks
Questions
THh Hon'ble tne Lord llishop
at yesterday's meeting of the
Legislative Council gave notice oi
the following question:
Will Government kindly state
when the allowances ior posts of
special responsibility (ic. deputy
headmasters of Secondary Schools
etc.) will be paid at the new
rates?
If the delay in authorising these
new payments is caused by Gov-
ernment's consideration M \ ('t* l(it'II i III
recommendations of the Special
Committee for the creation of 121 lt>liin-L Si
new senior posts in Secondary I m" ,m< * '-'*
Schools, will Government give the The left front
assurance that the rreat,.. M-81R and that <>f IM hus
new posu will not involve the) M-1422
abolition of the special allowances ( last night
referred to?
Kill those throbbing pains in your muscle*
at once! Apply Sloan's Liniment lightly
feel your
Yoi don't rub in Sloan's, you dab
it on the affected part gently
Sloan's does the rest Good for
aches and pains and stiff joints too !
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IIKAI>K|:K( HIKKS AM) S( AKVKS
lii nylon, innon. pur* silk intl enpg !< chine
I'asttl shades and pretty prints.
Ulh.SSOHIKS
Costume Jawaliary
Barriafi
nowera
Ribbons
Pearl Necklots
Feathers
ISllttnns
^he f/Hodern ZDress Shoppe
J&roud Street.
ln relation to the 12 new posts
(ill the Government drop the
use of the word "senior" whid.
has already caused much mis-
understanding and substitute the
word "special"?
... .ibout 930 o'cl
Roebuck Street when IM i*<
'ecamc limlvi
accident.
'Prty oi
nit Road,
the bus the pgopi f
Tudor of the 1\;.
POND'S
COLD CREAM
VANISHING CREAM
SKIN FRESHENER
FACE POWDER
LIPSTICKS.
Beauty and Youth
deserve good care
O KEEP Vila bUI M
ilJr. Ms** thf rxaunple
Of (lie Imrlic*! MMBta ,,( ^..,,.1% tBM
Pood- llc-tii) Ireaimei.i
.iid iapn>.ikr. ikit urat-
| -!.:.. .
Cilil GfeSM tor rriiiuMtiK i
Pund'i law rVahaaei
i reaai
l*owder ii is su naiurrinf la ihe .km
Thi* brwilv <*Tf uvd trvubih ill git r
you a umxiih. kI^whk OOSapl
Pond's
Jo
Vlaintain
Vitiility
and
Crteerlulness
there is
nothing like
Oval tine
^,
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V> la Ib4 l.,:,. .JJ,.|, ,uu7oth j^i,
' ">"""'.....a ^i.n,.| .uaJ., ih.,
roil OEMS l>. ...nir t,.,J ,nj ll.tlc... It I, m
... it,.,,,. ,h., , .lU noj 0,
l...lun, .1 .|,.,| ,,|UI.
WA !\k*? *' .'"Stf'f '"' J. J^iiviou,
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W ,n.r,v uvl ,.|U> .,. |,h |.v,| p,,p.j
/ // ".". ' 11.....b.-omo. .......j..
/ nn.....i| njuri.lmwac w
f lKl,.h,.i.d ..,.. M,... I, .upplta.
lo J '"'"''"'"*' '" ' "cpuoiully r.i,
. ., i^rad-
nd ,1.11 a r,p,J .mpto,(m,lt j. can k io
v.uir oullook anj chccrfulnc...
SoU in imifll um by ail Umili md Sum.
SALE
SALE

s
,. Drink lieliciouM
^Ovaltine
anil noli the Difference''

r Value* uHerrd nou at ibis fAl-E arr It.....I |c and lll.lltK
(ban argf before.
! Ml RftMOM W, have betn lortunau lo bring Uto, ,t,m,
lo Usrbulo. i pr...^,ikwi >u.i_Gov.rniiil uric, control
plu* '''"" lo keov urian down, thai why an
m able io ptlflhagaj NOW .1 tbaM MnulioiMl low prlcca.
I*I'V1'?'"**' "' 'h* onl oPOuiiil> to save on Amari-
MAIKJAINS THAT SPEAK rOR THEMSELVES:
UOMM uss
Allractiy. Lunch Tnu with Trio. Cup .nd Saucer 11
LntONABB III!
7 pi^aXainunada Set o,, ,,
..... IKAVU
Colourful Egg Tr,. Now 3 for
Of ST FANS A CLOTH*
Green oi Red Dut Pan and
Yellow Pol,.h,n, Cloth Boy, Ior
Iain u-anb
HV> ijualitv red enamelled Milk Saucepan Reduced to U
White enamel Ha.in and I rake Toilet Soap. for II
I H4 iiuik
tuple .wiled emiiwl. Tir.l Quality .....Only II
raUSH CLOTHS
Sue M m. x 20 uv .......... I (or M
si an oaa bottles
1 "ml " ......... Io. II
0 II
I I 'Hill-. LINE J FINS
24 le.
2 on. Plaflic Clothea Pine........... All lor tl
riMBixas
HM pint Tumblera 10 for tl
"BY Glaaaea....... ..........10 .. II
Snap Qlaaata 14 .. II
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Decanter with 6 Olanaa.................. Only tl
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Dial 1222


PACK FOUR
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY. MARCH
B^BA^s^Apvlx^TE The English Mi
\V.-dn.-sday, March 1. 19'"
Deserted Promotion
THE appointment erf Mi P f Campbell,
Acting Colonial Secretary to
Assistant Chief Secretary of Tangii:
robs this island of the services of a popular
officer but brings descried promotion as
the reward of hard work and efficiency.
Mr. Campbell came to this colony at the
beginning of the war after serving with
the British Ministry of Food in Nigeria. At
that time the work in the Colonial Secre-
tariat had not onlv Increased but had ba.
come more Intricate Tim,- wen- two
(M fur this inciease. War conditions
had inevitably brought issues which were
not normally experienced and there waa
the necessity for greater care in taking de-
cisions by executive ..flicers; it bad also
been abundantly clear that with the a I
up of new department! in the service there
was need lor more increaaad executive
staff. Mr Campbell succeeded Mr A R. E.
Browne.
His quiet efficiency won him the respect
cd his juniors and the time soon came when
he was called upon to act as Colonial S
larv. In this role he was responsible d
introduction of government measures In
the Legislative Council. Following in the
leps of Mr. R C Stanley and Mr. J D
Rankine he was a diffident speaker but
could be no mistaking the
Which the Acting Colonial Secretary had of
measures On more than one occasion it
was his duty to introduce unpopular meas-
ures and without appearing as a special
pleader he brought convincing argum. nil
to bear. His speech on the control
Petroleum Rights Bill will long be remem-
- i and it was due mainly to his con-
vincing arguments that many honourable
members who were at first opposed to the
measure gave it their support
There have been officers in the Secre-
larlal captured public imagin-
ation more quickly; but hardly before has
a been an officer who quietly and un-
won the confidence not only
:s colleagues but of the public whom
!!,e\ must
Mil promotion to the post of A
of Tanganyika is the re-
ward of eflici' In this hdand
W .( Indian Poliee
THE holding here of a Confer
Commissioners of Police from tl
Caribbean, tomorrow, is indication thai
the need for a West Indian Poln
fully realised. That this Conference will be
held in Barbados is fitting tribute to an
island where the local Force maintains an
honourable long tradition of efficiency and
courteay.
There has been no official announce-
ment of the agenda for eUacuanon but the
fact that Colonel Michelin. Commissioner
of the Barbados Police
visiiing other islands in the hope of finding
a suitable site for .1 West Indian PoUW
Training School is evidence eno 1
unification ol torCM in the are., will
i,l paramount importance in the
discussions.
Bar)
to organise a Police Koice li was as early
A that the lust fottta wai rtarted 1 nd
durn 1 iing years Barbados has
iianges have been
instituted in order to meet modern demands
and tl
that there is nothing radically
with the Barbados Pott1 Pore
The high standards set by the Barbados
Polio
the building of a Wed Indian Polio
1 1 the greatest obstacles to
1 ogress of Wi
atioi. : ""
is Iraularl) I !* on local a 1
. uiilum of con
Indian services, a unified West 1.
Service is like so many desired asscx:

outthi wOl |tw '" w "''' *o the
career of a policeman whose lot In the WI It
do tin point 1 I
ment has been necessarily restricted Is the
.ally. A wider poUci
means a more efficient and less paro-
chial service And the benefits to be cV
from free movement in the area arc bound
to be reflected throughout the communities
served bv a West Indian Police Force.
The Stiff Collar
,:,,, l'.,k> tM I I August 15. 1947
The departure of 'Km i;
"Poonah Sahibs" made adjust-
ments easier.
The transition period had many
pitfalls and their were I few who
found 1! difficult to reconcile
. i*ir changed role.
mce. there wax the ca
nstance. tneie was tne c*w msu,a- mav De aooa im.. ~;-
of a Br.- I la O" Uttle England *>\ N (fcom*f.,^ ^w folk I tney ire
,____ .._-i >..-,... . >___ ...._,. t. i~ ,,"/> hat its ni
die authoriu ! a Karachi official Indl, and p,|,ltan. And the nr< in', mUonal Thamoionship
to inspect his house and threw Ihlng lhey .ve done I. to ope.i has """"'"""BKrl
Mm ouTbuI such case, have beer. 1Hfir clubs 1o ,he national, of these named after the great
t, tew and far between to affect countries And they have no Ranji. II
"- s-olollnnc ... n~L_ ii.e.i> <.f vrtri.il oToV
IOO i-w saists = s*www --- ciUllii>-^ *'- -^ ---
the growth of cordial relation* KSTets. The lifting of
Rv M. A-fcir ggSAWag
:,< tlw Iriclo-P.ikisl.n sub-contl- House to attend the after dinner <">>" facilities ru! by '"'''
nent. a rather unkind comment -nautch" parties a! h,< friend.. 'm'"'' ""'J'1'!!'"" J, ,,'.'
was: "The nation of shopkeepers the Maharajah of Mahmudabad". and Indian oBcm nj' "'
has sacrificed the Empire to save house. This made him Ihe most "*' inn left Jo spend '"'n,?
,. trad, popular Covernor the UP evr But the reatmenUI "ewes re-
11 may sound an unkind cut. had. "P'"r' ** gj", Kaooin'
but the Enslish who have stayed Then there was the case of a o^on^alttouah th.'"".*.
behind to carry on the profession Harley Street doctor who came only occasionally when jar/.
of the pioneers of the East India out a. Professor of Medicine in pajUe, are thrown b, ce'ebntie..
Company find life much easier the Kln George Medical Colleg-. Enahshmen will Maa* J*
.,,,,1 'in.crestln, minus Ihe brass Lucknow m the late thirty. II. ft1*"*" f'X^ for
hat and stiff collar became so Interested in Hindu Indo-Pattslan "b^"""""11
It has been fortunate for them philosophy that within six months ,h fT"" 'hJy 'SSS
that not man "' their kinsmen, he had left the medical profession. Indian and PUWU n....
.ho tl,ve,l , brass hats and stiff Si,,,.- then he ha. been living with gJ^ff^^^^LTto ntS
Government In The Last
Parliament
A BRITISH GOVERNMENT remains in power
n period and resigns only in
I part;, u reprcsenl
.1. It is expected tha the Socialist
II W.....aMsrabu ...-snuffled ,11 in.-
, vent of Hie Socialist Party being returned to power
for a further live years. Composition of His Majesty
Government holding cabinet rank at this Ume Is ai
follows:
oclil provincial basis. Pakistan.
. .. : _____I__. .. nHnal .-.
X4X2^Z*Sg. ESS have done^'to'Slh' E ^S^~^*
The Briti.h have n.d to make ,, , stm quite a few "no- championship and aaso an, ime
, along in PakiSUn ch,ngwtl. .mon, ,. European, unlvers.W^ournament. Both miss
nd India. But the* have been b th , more of a liabni'y noi,'""nh' cricket plavint
minor The llrsl thing to be dls- Mn , to ,hr tribe They are against other .J" ."' .
insularity. So .^"holding th, for, in two clubs ""Jj ""^"f/'"^'ular as
'"-L*11!!!".' ^ /-. .. 1 ,k^- cricket. India's big racing centr-
The Punjab Club in l-aho" "?,ini.|. Bombav and Poona-
l'rll.il...
Held B> Salary per Year
tng as tlM7 were rulers it migllt
lave had '**m22Z,& The Punjab Club in tajhore- ^^.{^BoVtoy'Vnd'Poona-
'.ct there are many P.kistarns ,., know a. the Pig and -Ca cut ^ ^^
.nd Indian, who JJ' <""< ""' 'l Wlstle-bar. .U door, to PaWs- s nf ,s developing in
ihetrlnsulant). the B nisi, would even Qn ^.j,, nights J* 'd ^hop. And there
c lost iheir Empire much adm,ed. | Karachi "he Karach and la. ^ ^
' """ ~ pn.ll.h In- l"t ditchers" stronghold is the '"""?; "^Kels on ,he Derby
But by and large English in- N Pakirtan| ha. y SwME'*,?!-,.. ,la 1 of in
sulanty, specially u, the axial fJ^S' ln Bwllng two Club 1 " "" P"t
fi'ASrEng'lT.hme^Pwhro took < %** "nd Indian, never took to yachting
,m|v liked Indian music and b>'*edepa rcu.e o decision wa. take,, 10 0
S^.<^i'--'''"ri iSHi^ve^.^ rJawarU T^"T^
Ktiing. Dressed in spotless white ^""P*"" ?v",, which the Ume. But the long years ot war
PuertoIlico Eats More ^leat
Premier A First
Lord of the
Treasury .. Clement Att lee.
Appointed 1945
Lord President of Herbert
until . Morrison
Appoi'
Foreign Affairs Ernest Bevm
Appoint.'! 1M i
i ,.i ;h,. Sn Stafford
i-iuer Cripps
Appointed 1947
Defense .. .. Albert Victor .
Alexander
Appointed 1947
Lord PTivv Seal Viswount
Addison
Appointed 1947 |
Lordi Chancellor Viscount Jowitt
Appointed 194S
Chancellor of
Duchv of Lan-
caster ,. Hugh Dalton ..
Appointed 1945
Home Secretary J. Chuier Bde
Appointed 1945
Colonial Secre-
tary ,. A. Creech Jones
Appointed 1946
Commonwealth Philip Noel
rv Baker
Appointed 194*
Secretary for Arthur
Scotland Woodburn
Appointed 1947
Minister of Labor George A.
Appointed 1946
?dinister of
Health
Minister of
Agriculture
Minister1 of
Education

pert, began at Kent How.
veaterday. under the
auapices of the Caribbean Com-
misaion, to study livestock prob-
lems of the Caribbean area.
,, f the greatest and
. presentative
,i,',f. hii" **< m tn*'
area r.i ntonea re-
itelncludc
and Tobago. Jamaica.
British liLii-r.-.. Leeward latantU,
Islands, Barbados.
r nam. Puerto Id. the Virgin
, i tha I'nin-ti States.
loupe and
l manu.
, -Tver* are attending
from the Trinidad Department
of AaTicullure; two
Tropical
each from
the Agricultural Societ) "' Trin-
.
uon. and
Tha Caribbean Corrunlaatoii Ml
ma to the
ulture Organixa-
uo.i ol the United Natit |
Jamaica Uvaalock Association
and to the Inter-American Insti-
UKe ol Africultural s.

tasrlcultural Adviser to
irt.,1. M
mtes is attend-
In |,i,-|.;n.itltm for this COOfer-

the import and i stpori trade in
in.Klucta have
i.nntlv baan published by the
iiLunh of tha Otatnl

tudisji ihow that con-
Md dairy
prodUCtl has increased i>m.nn-
. i.f.n. World War II,
but still remain comparatively
low Also the sharp differences
.,s between col-
itttawd
the tw o new aat-
ternal Trade lUiLletins" were re-
garded as basic steps to the study
u.blem, the i
is renarded as the indispensable
tamcr has emphasised
that, while, by its very nature,
the conference would deel with
tbj uvhnlcal aspect u( Uveatocfc
such as breeding, nutrition an.t
disease, the discussions would be
dtrected towards practical needs,
and the Research Branch of the
Secretariat has prepared com-
ur. henatva sutlstics indicating
the relative importance of live-
ptock in the Caribbean economy
for example a census of iive-
stock, percmUft at land devoted
to pasture, additional Import and
export trade figures of livestock
products, comparison of the live-
stock and population resources.
The bulletin on the meat
trade, shows the great rise in
quantity and value of meats
consumed in the "Commisson
territories These figures reveal
| which, despite worldwide
postwar adjustments, Including
inflation and devaluation, stm
Thf trend i* ba*ed on ncurea
holns that the Caribbean meat
market olU 26.552 ton* >n l4b.
an iorreaae of more than 50 per
MSlt since I9M. Th"*1 ImporU
were valued at 621.274.17V three
times the expenditure in iwa.
Snniluily, imported dairy pro-
ducts weighed 42,615 WM m
?M6 valued nearly 21.0O0.OM.
Volume was 40 per cent up in
Xhv case of butter and '
and 50 per cent for c>ndensel
milk in value, cheese and con-
densed milk cost thl-
[Si Mtd, wWH butltl wm up
li llllll"
The most Unporttllt "J?
the BM. h
and pickled meat, it accounts for
more than one-hal( the total m
volume and 45 per e**. "
^Puerto Rico. SOW """^h *j
United MM uni-.'tVs standard
of Uvtai maj *
Ihat of the mainland, by i
far leads the rest ol the Cftrtb-
What's on Todu\
ExJdbiUou of Brlliah Peri-
odicals continue* at British
Council at 9 a.m.
Mobile Cinema at HoicUiwn
and Laaeelle* area. St.
James 7.1* pa
Mr lluch Popham lecture*
At Combermere on KnalUh
Poetry at 6 15 p.m.
bean in meat consumption, li
1935 it consumed more than one-
half the total of bnpod
Caribbean territories, by quan-
tity. By IMfi, the proportion bad
reached 60 per cent.
As an indication uf the reUtlva
standard of living despite difTer-
ence in taste, Puerto Ricu
Jng position Is shown by U*
ratio of nationalities in the Carib-
bean; for every one Dutch na-
tional thefe are'four French. 12
United States, and 18 British
Puerto Rico has all but. 25,000
of the 2.000,000 UHited -
i^ in the area: the n
in the Virgin Islands.
Other meat consumption figures
of the "Commission territories"
for 1946 were British: 8.781 tons.
valued at $3,000,000; the Nethur-
lands' 4,257 tons, valued at
$1,750,000; and Flench: 2.428 tons,
valued at less than $1,000,000
"The Caribbean export trade
in meat is BtUtjh] its Infancy." Mr
oh efinmi Ihe trade
bulletin as saving. The data were
compiled to indicate the scope
for increased local production
and even for exports to neigh-
bouring markets, in On
those territories where all the
requisite factors for such an
orientation of the economy are
to be found."
As for dairy piotti.
variations in cotutunpUon were
shown. The complexr |
than a tnini. La ladtealad b)
factor typical ol ihe v-nuty Ua
llntisli West Indies paid teas
than twice as much fur
1M7 as thej cttd In 1935; but In
that tune the United States ter-
ritories Increased their purchases
fivefold.
The most significant dairy de-
velopment, according to the Trade
Bulletin, was the reduction of
Jamaica's Import of condensed
milk since a condensary had been
established In that island.
"This development," the bul-
letin stated, "like the similar
expansion of local production of
cement in Puerto Rico, consti-
tutes one of the achievements in
the past, as well as one of the
happy omens in the future, with
respect to the programme ol
Caribbean industrialisation."_____
OIH HI ..III.US VI,:
Thv 4 ommmiilY Owt. A Debt Of Gratitude To Mr. SmytMe.
* ....j-,_ .*i, ,>r.^- t.roncseii the teaching of Sp
be taken unmco.-tely to go m Remember England in f>^J"."*^ ^ .R"Jf1*!^"f fJ^^toS
srsa LTcr^ui as ?Ag Z BRKffi**- SsrS JS rr;jzp:
tod and other pUot.. sM a II mull be ronombered that timu.n. mm or ^^ ^^ , would h>ve lm(lans ,,, b,-ii8Ui.l
person. Iron, time to i. conip.il> h.s monopol). g^^,. u,e auction ol the been dead cert, and would have mt at once our political ue. and
whiten to the Press abou |l Bu and a. .uch It ow' a dtrty to Uk ^> Hltmadbl wlull hM dl,plMd c.t*ume or Guillen, our eeosr.phlc.l situation; tor -
now that the searchllaht ol eoiuumm. reasonable people hf donc ,Q ,n MlKUon, Qol bo.h o( whom tailed to gain Kite- reality the Caribbean can be
phllcaophy u I Mr be satUfled to be liuonvenlenced ^ hr^ occasion.' lion We .hall look forward to described as a Spanish sea
li r. Bmythlas In Ins two illu- '
minaUng articles in the "Advocate"
J BSD more convmci',1 Ifaaa
Thu ajsnUei have '"" "
,t ____;_____..-_ .. .. r._ he has thrown on,the subj
tor a few day,, but not for
weeks. I personally feel that the
comuiulu'.
What and where was he before the West Indies suffering greall;
the weak, scratchy Jamaica team for the mistake, made erroneously
Perhaps your readers would tM
owe a debt of grali- -,|,VKi ,{ Trinidad, rim I tbringii b] out blindlolded Interested ID knowing what son,-
lude to Mr Smythles for the light blo^, 5n0uld be given a chance, selectors abroad .hlnk
Aneurin Bevan
Appointed 194S
Thomas
Williams
Appointed 1945
George
Tomlinson
Appointed 194'
President of the J. Harold
Board of Trade Wilson .
Appointed 1947
All Cabinet ministers re Privv Councillors and
.hereby lm the right to be known as 'Right
HNnTmblfhe Cabinet are fifteen other Ministers.
:: .ws:
Portfolio
First Lord of the
AdTniralti .. Vlacount Hall .
Appointed 145
Secretary ot tmanuel
State for War Shinwell
Appointed 1H4"
Secretary of Arthur
v Air .
tar of
,)ort
Minister of Food
Minister of Town
and Country
Planning
of Na-
tional Insur-
ance
Minister of Sup-
d of Air-
craft Produc-
tion
of Fuel
and Power .
if ri\ii
."ii
Postmnster
General
i of
Work^
Minister
for Colonial
Affairs
Minister of State
Minister of Pen-
sions .
i nment.
Paaitlon Held By Salary pe
lartley W.
Shawcross
Appoint.il 1946
Lord Advocate . John Whealley
Appointed 194'
Solicit..! Qanafal Btt Frank
Soskice
Appointed 1945
Solicitor General Douglas
for Scotland .. Johnstone
Appointed 1947
Premier AtU. -1 tmUaapj at No. 10
Downing Street, London, and an official country
house known as Chequers, in Berkshire. Ernest
has an official apart-
IV i race. London. A. V^
I Alexander as Minister of Defense has an apartment
in the Admiralty Building, shared with Admir.t>
cunt Hall. Chancellor of the Exche-
iqucr Cripps nas an official residence at No. II
UWung Street. London. Various other ministers
h.ve .partments Ifl their Official office buildings
Earl of Listowel
Appointed 1948
Hector McNeil
Appointed 1946
H. A. Marqii'ind
Appointed 1948
the Crown also art;
as follows:
J A MAlti;
Blimi/uhi
15 years experience as an Elec-
trical Engineer, and has worked
with big electrical com
large countries, sttrali
to know what he is Ulkuig a) Mitor, The .Aduocat*.
nd i! SIR.Allow me to com' ,
duly of th.
Man.., *$ "e Wc*\ I,,a,tt ,n "mUnd
blood should be glv>
but consider (young men at that
stage) such as Jim Parris. Can-
S,H,m*h
leaume. Carew Tangchoon. who To The Kdilor The ^jrocatc.
performed Sfefl tune and again
yet failed to catch the selectors'
SIR.Sometime ago the Direc-
tor of Education expressed his
gSS^rsB^SMrbi
rhird and last. K Trestrail a ho ,bMnJ *f,W "*?"!" th pr" un B West
r.- chance batsman, his place in P0*"1' a"f il ** oew*\e. now indlcs, nd who aporecUtes the
educational set-up
i icnd in Panama who
loves Barbados and who knows
the disadvantages ign<
Spanish has cau
dians who


I
1907

:ak* no sub stumpers, this position desirable.
the team could only be valid as ,,ri ta "heyance far-reaching iwiirjqutfnces of
U, But in these days when we arc ^^t cultural relati.:.
uWeekes, Worrell, "riving towards West Ind)
t. Gomel. R.. ithstanding our at
Pt. though futile, to encour- mlcrtl>lit,l
Alii he be going in to bat" are Venezuelan toui
u practical k:' *wledge ot Spanish b]
place in the tesuti? A team witn more than a mere few would be to b<*
that the Director of Education
list leaching ul Spanish
antaxy Schools but
.^icn new- reached mc
that your hard-working, well-
meaning, but alas, insular anv
benighted, school teachers wen
trying to upset the apple-cart-----
it is my Arm conviction that the
inhabitants of the B.W.I, should
^11 be bi-lingual, their second
language being Spanish
"Although Barbados is probably
proud of its Erdlston, I am not
I have always been strongly in
favour of having your teacher*
trained overseas, as the only wa>
of breaking down their died-in-
*. he-wood conservatism and broad-
ening their outlook, in the hope
that they would be able to pass
it on to their charges, and finally
help a new generation to emerge
that realizes that Barbados Is not
the centre of the world and civil-
ization, and that it Is not the
fault of the rest of the world that
the island has been described
(rather aptly > as a

Chapman Street,
Michael.
Ovaltine Husks
Dunocri&p Crispbrcad
Pom Potato Powder
Peanut Butter
Sliced Cucumber Pickle
Pkts. Table It**
Pkls. Kais>ns aa*^
rirm PoUUfX
Frere PilgH* *m
PURINA DOG CHOW
5-lb Bag 90 cents.
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TT
Ukesd
ivv HABCH I, io.-.ii
Council Will DiscussTiirtiier^
Resolution for Pottery Industry
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
11 was n
iiuffcestion of the Hon'blc a a
ft Evelyn, further consid- ca|
fc rf the Resolution . which Mr urannam *
E.J yesterday in onto that could_be produced .. ,
g?m,k: ud) ''" rajort commercial ba
B-i'"-1........i.u.. Only thai da, he t
on .e sM-ud of fault |,K:hv dlK.u!a'
Isitor l iho ,slstna
i If, r Vs ""'reasr u-Mnctaw Indt
SL2?,hal" wouW ,K- Uivln* * "" *) p*
ML ,J "*. Pfv"">" '<* "" Mr Chandler men-
ffe?hi d T,,uiU and all Honed the atone* of i large home
-^*!i p*>'m'nu '"' Govern- Or C.ribbesn market Be recXd
mem h.a ,c ,,, N. tmM mm Government's eperc* wTTh ^
w.l'T?' """I'' "*to' ' """> re the rtrVwUrew!
nis or enlarge that Tint to pay th. rau, , ,r*TcouW
j. jt nwwn ivuKeshnt mactii><-.. ^ ------- " '""Uahl that Mr cwi
" S rasa ^'R&Sig Sb ?af
n
producing article: should ,
chen. "0u'd^h'PP" that net" cheaper ^SSStlZ,
cheme ,, ,, opinion. predicted that the ciwlkv Mun
;" h-I.cv.. ha, ,70.000 .eovle would be the %
Mr. Pile concerned.
He lei, that the scheme WM
as now a^^Zr^.^: "
tablish a Pott.r> 7h.'...1:* ""-e scheme wh,ch ._.
ted to think would be wiser
ftl,!.!.! D____ uneconomical, and he was not
I radical Proposition loans to vote for K, he said and
H. i,,! ;,;'"'" ""^f** ... n ndd"lon << all those doubt. '*peated his suggestion th.u-'i)c
I that Mr U i'l,-D^"^'^ Ts PrTT ' WCK "" ""'""
.ped under handicraft. This IL *h-v'Ih"be*n^nir:0wnr"??n , ),.M- ^' B""m,m "n P"! .-lihougi, he hoped ,t ,
fDe^l"Pmcn.W.l(a, m-dc considerable ,quiries =!? 'orm "' the reioTuuo* was that iuch a Ja'cu^rTf, h" ^", ""' "TS1"* ,0 r*Un" "*
fuTrepon on .. proposed inquiries as he hadmade had ^ ".P"vate individual ^vould be foV nn. ^f'.iiS".* na,ur",M "'""matter at >he ear,
lui. indintry In Barba- dicated to him that lrTu,i^ """" lo "kc " That how! the U. dc K,r,c lx,we.r lrom 'L'"' tbec*u,e ""
_Jrrnrt. which ., ,cal possibilities for cL^ "'" ,ud ""' militate against hC, ,, tS^Sl. GoV',rnn,enl, ,"c'or>' "'"' "" xtxn" '""uld ,
"< -"'""'> "^ 'W.an P tr.d""n haniler'S?: ""P.""". "' " scheme* "" S .T:"'^.."^..'rT.rlMwncre r^ """nd he supriicd
livernmrn'
r.i.,
aniai
laied- iius such';,;ssrss d .'
nd olher condl- work, turtle shell, et" ,"'"',"' wh"her
against his (I iJUieaater or from elsewnen
M .d per un would be a prac- ihere was no question about tE-
hev ha"d" m ""' Proposition Members of ,t wa. desirible to iX V.rlv
hether iK" we" ^l.XeC?"V* W0U'd kn?r ,h" JcUon ' en,' someone w come
fn the seh'emeTo ll^_*!l-J5-LS SS "> 'h' 1">d ""d - ;
E, pou. terra cotto wal u, ,t was one of g, local ,! ?*>:"""< more Information; ?*3 "h' nfd. ">"'>',''"' chandler had asked whvTt w..
!,.; or can be provided for It w> , jd " '. and whether they were to^la,
5SfKture of the followinn Acting Colonial Secretary and he i!?k """ down "" ""'me to ~1 L ,.! T--------
did not want to suggest ihat" n. ch, "" ""'"' a' ould militate S!*11.,*r "1" ,or Pumping wale.' running of it
KLhnrks eessarilv the ,m>,.8g"L!h*!.nf: against ,u sueeeaa. -bulk purchase of electrt
kcle-ns
Stic'potierV. very reasonable demand in the ^."""'V"' lne eommltlees re- '"IJ""'" """" """ w" "" this nesoiuu
doUar area! He ""n begged in F?" wou,ld make him change bil mf!td- -vhelher ,, wa" merely hl.'.T-
(gnSum drew attention to move that the Council concur m *'"" He "" very little merit G,,ve'nment seemed to have h !', ... J. '"'' *"""
"C^tibllitles of flnanc- the Kesolu.lon '"""" '" In the resoluUon. m"" "" doubt a, to the meriu uf ,Jnd 1?iZn ?J i^^\,
"S,uf.cture f potter, Honble F C. Hutson seconding Only $3,000 ? be'./SldT ,,K*?y.s.""T ranS '-'""'"" *""'^ .SJfS-h. Mi.
In the estimate ,or the pre. ^ one ume a wei .-v.ri^o """"ment were "*";"th^,,
up a fardti path or was put linn
Tttirffi "Lru^cSe^T^-eTror,'^ HnanS yea'^^.^to^;' i^^^^^fT ^
So Private Capital
men, problem They "h'."d"been 31.
told recently that the experiment *
pi--------- ,------- "J" .......ii l experiment ''
(gaaiitiee aiipo.i.u,: bo ills wa'uBmble but in Ida opinion 'o tne Barbados Treasury by lne~rn1^iTi nTirf ***u
1 . g^iblc tha, they shou,d g^J^rT^rfS:. *i Sj
_1 It
povi.al
Ettal Colon
with the understanding that pgih
IhT^arbX"1^ re'U"dK<' " wuld lu" > a" " Act-
Wl*r?.,^Tff3,. b>' ln Col""ll Secretary ,f C30.000
~a^n .Pm..tnd We"ar- was to And employment lor U
"himbefhad ikZh a. h"' people, how man, people would be
roSS't'ot^routrnTexpcn'- "" ** ^ ">< --
JSnmittce to consldei
BtulprcM- llsh. Main Kciisnn
dgjr-workini. Induslrj ad- His main reason Ior suPBortin, f" S5.000 to ca...
.unlikely that the,,.sll.....waa Ull th.^SSj mW scheme laoiporarUy. ii".
---Al be attracUd muld provide work for local pen. w"> he had voted that 5,ooo ^VSaL 1 V L- i'T 'ihl
- J' '" '' "l'' S*J '""UHht that the stc- lu' understood from the addendum wOUT 1" IWI ifbS
J* that .. rk- less of the scheme deneiiHe.1 ,. '" 'he resolution Ihat the sum Std ,' indmaiul.
wa. ... be started II large extent on the pSule ,h.l "tad for was to e, au e the fac- Th' P'' '1' f? ""t"* "' "'
Mr BranirS'hlJr: >"" > """ eertata'^der,"lor |^l^^"rSJuCV^;
Port had referred to the mentality l*""^ "d that the tun would '", ',, "jfeVred t IV ,' ,x
Mar, of the people who had been in the '' refunded out l the proceeds y''\ heme llc\ ,,, li,,,,
only a matter of pottery craft for generations, and "' "" " for lha, reason he Tk. , vo,e ,or 7 ..main're
ds *eks ago ,'nat he had from personal cxpi-nence he could '' 'hat the Council hail not by ,? J. SL. k miniature
g n the Council tbat they support Mr. Bra.mams views any previous voTpledged Itself V,ei,x Fnr' schem'' he "ld
A Rnolution to provide There were people who had 'o vote additional funds, and Local Labour
Ik enable the pottery in- been working In the craft who 'he efore the present resoluUon As regards the employment I
kto ennnue nn the presenl ""eaceustorned to work ai tiay for $70,000 stood on Its own local labour. Mr. Braiuiam alter
gl_ ., d who would not be merita. Thev had to decide speaking of the temperament of
faajMirablc rMinb. nenableio a, ,,, wheh,, ,t warranted the expend- 'he Chalk, Mourn pott.
\ Mr J R. Brannam was '"gory discipline. That was a Iture of that sum. suggested that if after 12 months"
lite Ian in u con Mtulty which Covernmenl Mr. Brennam on Page IS of working thoee posters proved un-
uadera reseat.-., ,-ln, >ukl come up against when the his report had suggested four suitable. ,hey should employ one
I by Development atul ehne wai itarted. methodVof setting up the pro ect or more European thr. -
t*VahS .*' ""'.',"';:'" ,.w ,',;:,.:;?; "'"' 'hing,." which a"d < thm i MkKJtne '"reman potterTand instruct.
'f.toZd IT d1i Hi"/;"- CotaulD.v.lopm.iuCons.Mo. If *ey entered the pottery
hlir^C'rerrurBied o^U^^eeS l?ff^i5 'o sponso,- the scheme. He want- "home, they were pledging to
_ ,? w" do.? in t?Sl hunself ?,,d ,h. V* Exp*" 'd '" '""" whether the Govern- -pend $24,000 on the Head of tha.
Ksug^io fBarlL"S ^M*?LXttZ %& ""-n. had approached the Colonial DeparUnenl to employ him fcr
sfkSdLt Mr .Brannam to $31,600. Would hat amoumT "T^"?!?"" C"rpration and lore* year. TO., could_nol then
Esauken that ,v,-K.,l,on. sufflcient to give the schernc a tl*? "l"? ' 2" ,n* "'"H"",' ,. ,L a.H^""'.'!2 "T"1 ''
Twort bad been the Wr chance, or would thevTave ? 'hey.had '"" been approached. If the whole Idea of the schem-
Id memoes foi the pas, lo red,,,.. ,he plant or uuiWlnJ h-would suggest that Government was to empl, local labour, they
Lfcltad recommended the 'Pace so as to get l Theme do^- would then have to decide either
^Bit of an Industry at in started? scheme Th(. s0|,mi. wuM nol .lri,,., to start the scheme and Condnui
pHpenditure of 20.00U Honble G. B. Evelyn said he Privale enterprise, because even it with local labour or not to start
nromeiit before deeming would move the iKistponement of Mr' Btannm had said that it it at all.
mod. invited two promi- further consideration untihev '"""" n0' y"ld more ,han '"r V? "^ oUr,eourse that the;
had had an opportunity of seeino P*r cent In lhese day" ' beavy could adopt _would be to employ
tteo which taxation and not very much en- people from oiler parts of tht
- Th" couiagement from Government Island and leave out the Chalky
haH the individual who wanted to Mount people if the, proved un
start a privale enterprise would suitable. If the, did that, In
onsider putting his money believed that tht Chalk, Mou'i
venture to get four potters, working on their own
his outlay. He would would undersell the Governniei,
established busi- and the taxpayers' monev wovl
The Acting Colonial Secretai'
said. -I will give the answer u
one sentence. The reason U13I
Government have sent down this I
Resolution for $70,000, is becalm-1
the amount Is suggested by the
of half that amount. He wuu.d '"' "mou"
.u.... commiltee who have advised the
Government whal to do. That
Ihe short answer to the question. I
There is no question of coed '.<
or anything else,"
The other question which the I
hon. Mr Chandler had asked, was
whether any approach had been
.........-,. >.u *..<,>.- ., -."i........v,. until tney------- .- :; j L
hinassiiiei,, Mr. A. S. had had an opportunity of seeing p" cent- In IneM day* "' Mvy ,
I ind Mr. D G. Iiiacock, 'he report of the Committee which la*llon and nl ver.v much en- people
Ifttsldent of the Chamber bad advised the Government The eouragement from Government is,and
Wee, and also Mr. c. A. Acting Colonial Secretary had "" individual who wanted to Mount
1*0 Government Analyst, Son* very full, into that report, "" a Privr-
t to Government on tho and it would be much more sails- nl consider
ssptct of the proposal. factory for members to read the *nto n risk>'
an sorry Ihat this report report for themselves. per cent, on I
Jiti sorry that this report report ior tnemselves. per cent, on his outlay, nc wouia
a mailer f only a few The terms of that report as read invest in a well established busl-
I bo.' been made avail- by the Acting Colonial Secretary ness with reserves already built
-Council. It had certain, were not very favourable lo the up.
barn withheld In, any scheme As far as Mr. Brannam's eaU-
iaaon. and 111 fact until Mr. Kvrlyii asked whether the mate was concerned Mr. Chand-
me had been referred to the ler expressed doubt that a factory
financial Secretary and if so, could be properly equipped <
whether he had recommended it. these da..
ktrrtfrml to
Hmlisnl that honourable
^^ksd nt rcceiv,
-lh Jusliliciuin
I w&bi the reporl
jnc committee did nol
[oe was anj
Jklnioiiic;,; fo,
ay Mr. Brannam.
latiich Mr Brannam had
^d In hh report were
" light of -.,
IEJo,S'"'"; :i"' "">
^"l"1 lo t.lil.noo. mis
0 for working capital,
i recom.
wry largelj .
r-^-ut :i. export ,.,
g Cola ,
t0 the p,,,,.-
BteJIteej eport , this
(dm which thev point-..
uV rlrannam's reporl
\f'. *
^A .00 l.rge ,1
"a-tl trade
iifct"!"' I"'d no' recom-
LT-1 Government shouhl
lproceed with me full
J the, did say, was
^d* In,,; Gov,
[i was con Iderable
alnf tolli,..
gyftei. Ihei v..
P*sugge.iioii for con-
"> pointed out that
"> be decided was
aaa amount of capital
"Invested 111 order
W ,rh mey had de-
C. nsultati,, with
aaa*g Was ,70.000 or
" "' 'hat amount
,-ilh 30,000. He was
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made lo the Colonial Do
was published, but they had sa,
that they were not at the momen
interested In the scheme Nol at
th* time because of any doubts s
to whether or not It would be .
business proposiUon. though bt
-ugieetmg -hat th.y ex
prcted It would b*. Th* reaso.
they had expressed themselves ,.
not Ming Interested, was that 1
was too small a scheme rhc
would have been Interested if ,
ratal on a bigger scale.
As regurds the remark made bj
ihe hon. Mr. Evelyn aa U
whether or not the advice of Uu
Financial Secretary had beer
obtained, he would say that tnb
had been but as he had said belore
he did not think he was at liberty
H inform the Council one wav
or the other of the advice tha
a permanent Government offlcei
gives to Government.
As regards the doubts that ha.
bee,, expressed by the hon Mr
Hutson and the hon. Mr. Chand
ler as to the $70,000. beini
enough to give the schema a fan
chance, he would suggest thai
this be left lor hon members ti
study and consider In Ihe inter-
val before discussion be resume,
on the matter
Misunderstanding
He thought there might .,v
',e misunderstanding thi
the scheme was merely for 'h
benellt of the existing potters a
Chalky Mount It was not Ih
question of benefit to thee* pot
tors so much. It was th* rstab
Ushnient of a pottery industry a
' proper basis.
Mr Brannam In his report ha
expressed doubts, as Ihe hon Mr
chandler had pointed out as I
the craftsmen from Chalkv M,
being sumrientlv competent I
produce good irlicles That ,
Barbados Amateur
Boxinji Assoriaiion
Pal/on His fscel/ency Tht
Governor
MHWIMMIVN I
\0VICES (HAMI'ION-
SW TOIR.NAMEM.
ApDikAiiiwii !, invitcH lrom in
1 tar ,..!,,,,
ok* vlce at th* MMmt Him
I*!, and HiiK-tDa.) tU> M.rrh
aUganaikUi) Srlioo.s it, in.
l'rbt.11 Am ,
M*-, I3-ti>nlH> --lu,..
( TiainiiiiNiaahlpo
Wf : It.-!. 11, h
hi. tor Uir Km
l"W>*Wr School ChMI
Ptonahip*
-," s" -twaa idkaaia i
Serond.., Srhoola ChMnph-
"* if. Ihotar h.
it\p nrvgtr l.k-i |nhi (.
IV}- tlMHI guiuslf-., .,. ,,!,.
iMrtaaal.
jyrmm of spvlioiiiiM
l>L.iii>rd froiii |- ImrUi
tlud**.. HlDi School on irqu>
I cMu* TUgndtu .
PAGE m7E
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modified what ,
He had gathered from conver-i
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ng. and not very long training,
would be capable of excellent
work. He believed the hon Mr. I
Hutson would probably bear him
out in this view.
ual number of people
to be employed as set
Hrannam s report was 42, but he
I he could nol say ex-
actly arhu was the number to
-ed under the modified
MataM
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I set out in the committee's
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'itn the minimum gpendihin
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FOR LINOLEUM
WOOD FLOORS
AND FURNITURE
MANSION
HYGIENIC WAX
POLISH
FOR BRIGHT AND
HEALTHY HOMES
dtsurt/wA bJhiihiq QaMA
with and without ^ippeM
Real leather complete with writing pad,
dale card and envelopes.
Extra pockets with zippers in two sizes
*..............$5.89 & $7.71
without zips containing loose sheets ol writing paper and envelopes SI.77
CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. Ltd.
10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
lUilt loot.*

Winner of the
Dutch International Tulip Rally
First in the fie/d of lit competitor.
First in the LooW Cloii !< Lisbon Roily
Charles Mc.enearney & Co., Ltd.
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PACK M\
HENRY
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
BY CARL ANDERSON
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!CKEY MOUSE
.' IVSA3 N6 THAT
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4lS OWN PR VATE TC S ~.X>EN
l'ic WE CAN uu3T SS* AWAY WITH
THIS" BLACK BOOK'...WE CAN
3CE AK UP THE WhOlE LAWS" cANU I
^l_E
BY WALT DISNEY
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BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG

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THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
MiMlBBgll
BRINGING UP FATHER

BY GEORGE MCMANUS
D CJ
RIP KIRBY
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1 THINK I
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VOU KNOW VOJ O'ON T CAA48 Tl VOu A
STOLI It LiS 1 SAiO! Ox. MOUS MM /
: know vou can hBlp it... i-----------^N,
sur a Tuts keeps >. what/ icarsn,
SHALL J DOl *-ATCAN I SOBP.V...
ft-" it was SO
PP.SJTTV..ANO SO
SOFT..SO S=C" VtJSM
SOFT...
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1. ijj.
DELICATE
uj> u moonbeam

Jootht
its an OgintuuL^
HEADACHES
WADE HER HELfS
66
COOL BEAUTIFUL
FERGUSON FABRICS
FOR WEAR AT NIGHT.
STOCKED BY LEADING STORES.
KRUSCHEN
brought relief J';<
99

aches win b iVsmLh
readln* how ,v",;i,w
ended her tronMtg "
'
seemed lo Iom dm^LmI
power lr. mv huuUaKJi
to lie down for hour- u?l
My aunt, whobatukJU
! Sl!-. ror jMn.lSH
'hem. IdMTfS
not had a return nf ih^TS
I hrnJachea for mofci"h!
' I foel quite cured. -Kj'
Headaches can u,rt*
betracedtoadlwrtniyi
I nd to the OBBUfptctii'
I la the system of kwm.
t ,-blood Remove Srja
imuianoM mnin
iron, forming wain-iM?
won t have to worn mJ
And that la tut tc/gj
brings swift and !mj-t3
"'fur tte RM1
ou-'hlvr, illharnfu: uaJ
miu.
1

r \ SI II ON SI'OIII WE All
FOR LADIES
Als.i IllU'St COATS, BLOUSES. SKIRTS &
DRESSES
IIIIOAOWAY DHBM SHOP.
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IIMIIIIM 'AIIPETS
Sixes: 9 ft. by 7V4 ft. nd 10>/s ft by 9 ft.
I INOI.i:1! >l IK ROLLS 6ft. wide
All very reasonable in Price.
h.,.iM:-r..
I. HMilli I!I Ltd.
lacorporated J
IBM '
10 a. 11 Roebuck Street #'
LIGHT & POV/Q
TROUBLE FREE
INSTAL -
"LISTER"
ALTERNATOR SETS
1 IS KM DIESEL OKIVEN \LTtNATOU
1 K
5 S.W. .
10 5 K.W. .
11 K.W. .
a K.W. B ,
All raaaalelc wilk Swltchboaroi and AiUaHla MM
Beculatun.
( OMHLETE RANGE OF SPARE PARTS IN IfptF
Apply
mm in mi nuts i tu \i>h\ u
White Park Road
DalSI
I |Sk
BY ALEX RAYMOND
?&3M
INNER CLEANLINESS *
ANDREWS rests so Um
Vour health, and your purse, feel the bendit of .**"y
rery small outlay, it gives you Inner Cleanliness in "**T*L
FIRST.. .Andrews cleans and refreshes the nsowtMJ^
NEXT ... It ssttles ths stomach and corrects I'm
THEN ... It tones up tho liver and checks ii,mKT^
FINALLY ... To complete your Inner CleanhMSfc^
gently clears the bowels. It sweeps away "~Z^t
nniann* mrrsrI. f nninilion. DUriHl S *
genny clears tnt wwt*. fc -(.- ~.
poisons, corrects Constipation, purifies and coeo
THE PHANTOM
I LOTTOS
____^BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES
ARS ^ ABI YOU ) (vf
ANDREWS
LIVER SALT
TheJcUxU. Worm tf L*xati*%i


SDAV. MABCH |. *ls.
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TltK BARBADOS ADV(>( AIT
AUCTIOrt
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eeTATf.

FLATS rxilly

wtn Rttrar.
-. Wffia.eg,
DIED
F*diy - her mldfiM
,- Michael Her rune -
:r Late KnMw al t IS
2_k hrt >(Itw fee the Pilgrim
f .--as-Churolt. CiTTlnH
2 .vnre lo thr Weatb>
Fnrndi arc invUM
^^priitfi. (Father1. AJeth DrUmr;.
..ksssssT- **. Ruby. Miur.el. ^i<-
renee Detartry .Brothi*.
flrtwtc.
*" 'nonarr.
DMI Bd
*" " Prpmim. or Phone
> 3 1*
PAGE SEVEN
"ATCAKF |. .
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AurUoer-,
l-OST 9rk IM.I
mi
THANKS
bega lo th....
Ik. UaYXRbV Famlb
*L_Uiv " them on l...
?f*o.tr-. of VESTA ..LEWEl.LY!
,Uf MAYERS "Graham Col"
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hrti* woirc. * ,
I lawn-tar. -h M*m:,'
AWig. War *h Zl,., .
+.- Hetsriettn. Art, Un*.
Srh I.
lit CWMJt Hut
PhD
Dae
Cachalot. M V !*
Bt, Yarn. Serve La hi
MtRlVALg
M V Blue Star. :jo ton* tie
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a 1 Thlrtby. IM imh net OnD-
f (Canadian National Steamships
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in -crept Cftreo c4 PMeaenfi
lllr,
The M V nAVRWOOD
HX Caro> end riniji
Si LmtU, M Vtnreot. Rn
aiW. rkrte ( -einnj
IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION
VMTHklMN.
, LADY ROD.trY
-AHV NHMO
1 LADY KODMIY
LADY nvtiw
lady niba<\
i lady rodkty
i ;?. indie-

t.u nfh |BM
UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER
n
' Oilr .rttt Cu*lon..| 9 S ArniD
i Baa
1 _. dprarHy thank all oenona *<
m-^fd >hp funerl. aent wrnh
ig, letter*, ar In Any other wav e*~
d Ue.r *ympMhy to m. art beli.ll
Sine *"'" "' our lovln* ftdher FIT7
5jjt.*N yxarwood. -'
pit
^ JJ* IW
nflftlh Y-rwood. .
_T J(-reh N-th-niel. Ivan
Si LnlWton Ycara-ftOd
J; Lb,,v Hartr-. de"thfer<
ilfel, Oliv
MEMORIAM
IB vl>4 memorj- erf our oe mothr*
lawlJTPJT BABB who paaaej .ia*
KM Muvn 1M*
; Ww ft'*"*1 o"1" I*""""- -

1150fri
Pl'WI.W \QTHTi
".25 **** pwrterf hv obuinmc ordtm
Cabte and Wire;
-.'at they ran not
-llh tl.e WIltwrtM thlpa
BartMdcM Cmt Italian -

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Balai.rla 9 \tlaMttr V

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Adelaide. S S. Abu S S t'rufav S S
lialia. Recent Ha-k I ~
*9. Powol Rlvr. S S
Re#ent Leopard. S.
S Paula 4 3 Mauren-
i.v-v1;;;:-:1,;:.;:
i..;^' Krrjf .c5f."- '""' ~"i i b"""""i B~.noo. b. km
Knalona. *!
Julevburg. S S
\RJUVAMI t rwi \i
AKKIVAIS-By BWI A L
FYon. Trinidad- Abdool Khan. Nm
a)ri. Banwarl Bood-Hoo. MaU Hoc.
I C00- '**or"' Boo.1-Hno. aW.ldrt Boofl
Hoo. BlaaaonU BooC-Hoo. Beach Boot)
BRANKTM TROTH AN
? tft "n Au*'"a'"ef
I lov.nf Bndfa haw torn
, m end ho
H,i aauad '
Jaw.
.... rfiidhr, )>e>:
. Iem.-i " i
Cuthbert. John Babh. I8oM
Babb. Rancht :-
iTaag^Doeto.. Mirum Bnbb. Ranch
RJifnatd fhildrent 3 e** ev-"rt
T CIA Paper* Pl*aee Ca#v>
ISM
ocrrH bascombj: a:
Wr St 0>rc'* wha
BM "*"
JfrTt'
Cnn.
Diath
i hut
i ne\-nr take ajcaaj
__ that ever Unite**,
Vhia* upon ihi earth wa MlrJ
IH EILn ..... - White. Mr- Pin
Kaiav l*ei".- n.irfc* idatiatiti
|,atawaa Btenman. icrand nn
1 3 30
"tv of Hv Be'o.
> i i.-i
NOTICE
TV""Je^iL." -OUBMi
" -ntil funh,. ^^ ri
By order n(
The CnmmL^n^, ,
WEAL ESTATE
; 1 AND-40 000
: Top Rock Appl)
1 <""i<- Co L(d
C.B Qe*.- ,
Rneb.iek 'reel
) a SO- tn
NOTICE
nn
trr.1t fre>*-ell
railed tn re1
long
[ ftter tndav row ere
Tea abf.ired hard and
[lit III peace. Mother d
fa* vo*r- nn earth no m
ft until te"iiiv
Toeli ilaav. ._ ....._ --------
flrethel Howell datajiter
B"" 'Adopted Daughter*
1 3 90- In
II levinf memory- n( ottr dear bekife-
VI roTER who dcoarted ihl* hfi
e :*t ot March. lt*c.
>- hearo Ue a pieiu'e
p than iirvar or roM
_ mother
win newet fro**' okl
Mean, nirdy* iDancMen
tCuraean. Dn
mn pear totu
?Vor pauipera
tJ" .'f^.y'frow the\ll^uo^M. ;o
noipiut to and from the ALme-
0>a p^*#Lor,nnv P"*1 ,h* P*vh
F>w lfc burlali o( p.tiipen
>al rrom the Aim-home u the
Cemetery
",>.^!, eS! ""' of ,he >""
,h!r-?-^1?1* Bo,rd ^ awaedlan. reaerre
he rich! to conv.-y tay pf,.,..
Nteie-lj] P,B'^' ^ o** *
The Board of Ctiardfwui do noA bind
-uX ' ""^ ,h* * or w
*< ^ COJBBlN.
Cler*. Board of CJuirdlatn.
__ __ Pata
1AND at Amity Lortc Worthinn
' Ojun*. iT^hov^pn"
' "J ft to 13.000 j
1 -tt-asrii!b,im- -"
.aT1!^*1* ,'.'r *<" ajaw frw, Vendor.
^^m Waaihmci - ean be arranged
out*
I >r"-n '.renada Angelina Qnaa*
vaton Q,hie. William M.tler *. .
, ^Uier Pro*. CyMI Be.ale.. Ben.ar..
Knife. Robert Cnrtrwahamk .
>n. Roma Aurim. Daphne Waro
I Dai+m.. Barrow. D.lev LeaeoHt.
t- ,w H" au""a t-rnrM >*""*' W"1*
| "'*. Lord Minton, Lady Mamor
H, Eladla B.neo. (ola Come
*a. Ooniato Rodrtcuer John Morgan
I rrr,m Jama^oa-lth, . Kr-nre. C*>
aron. Col Walter Calve.. .
|Don-Jd. Cyril Bodge. Mia. Man M
jOonaid. ftCr.. Kbh. MeDonaht. Brig
Ct'h "Carthy Mr, Patti. ia 3
I e B W I A :

MSM 1"
,'-A-"'D ""'*- ;>'. IrdJ ,per"
J, .rd",' ^aar Learnt Rotation. t!
Mlcb*el >,. rh-, tMtar <*, front ltM
r^,lr"aT*n "*"*> "" avallaMe
. rTf"0"*w* ""ar nreepted App,,
t *... .?' "i1"oi '"I
ordlaMlBI. 3! -.an
lor miNIDAB
Mka Jane Booth. Mum Mariar
"" (i"n*?,>" Booth, Ml- F.
mT ho22 '!*** i,u" KiIm -
Mm 0-|lelle Otmeii. M, ||.
HI M. M......J
nir, ,B*rt"'1 M* ArthLw
Mra Lucy Qw, Hi
MBS! Pmtmma ^ * Roebuck
inbuilt Ver.
'"roMiion and Llauor him-
Irupertion on applleatln-
WIU he recMved by -t\r
Ltd
JMIrTfJO*.
"Run iv |
Cltelan.
I 2 W 7n
:cars-3S''- 3=jr
tutroadm Fire Imiiiancr
Jvf i, '* *h*T**-Barbado- Telephorw
to. Lid. Preferred Cl Cottle, Catfnrd
"Mir. catfnr

Mr
tfj
'htllh
- - - >*ar. Dr Alb.
Mr Jaek Fmnrope. Mr Frei
lbeth Smith. Mr
.^eva-.d,,*,. u,.
Ut-to Sohuh Mr Kenneth Havnc M-
R Thompaon. Mr i;
ptaj mi- a Ffuna, \t,
Mr P llarrl.. Mt Jame. lohM* Me.
m .".- itH-^fT'- *R Oaeon.
T"*_**l ^* ** Haana-*-.
. ."T?" 1 ***-" ^* CMaaa-
..i*. ss Oarona. S$ Anna |, Candy-
* *. <; r.*. is i^, Ft-i,;T*
^vli%, U Beeknnp. t e. t,,*,,.
- S Ok* ime. S.5V Neefead. s * 9 M#-MniM*. Aanm rCgZZ \fc
""'C'ter ** **""" S Cay
> tew Yea*, ft Warden s 1 Dee.
'""a.' TnarRtr. B.S L-gae- |
Atnoa,. b* AehagMt tl --
Ktesvn. Dr
Djf
Pot nRITlaH (litANA
Mr Nornmn Wight, Mlai Doreett Rod-
CUea. Mr Claude rVilaet. Mra Bentitee
f-ulton. Mint Irma I*remada*. Mint Or ace
Cundaerbabfi. Mr. Wilton Angc. gngtl
.-ve Angoy. Mra Maniuerl'a Angu.
Maavra- SinHin Angov. Anhibald Bntoo'it.
Mr- M..n a. Mew Kave Johneon. Mra Vani
hnaon. Mr Donatld Johnaon. gUaj
...Maboth Mearthy-o 1 r-n lte\ f>n
Grlflb.
TAKE NOTICE
If
i l MT1TA KBCOftDR QIC
'rporauon ..reamred and ekiating urn
&? Be| KT.1""
'Mra> ol hifmeea at Tap Buonih Avnm
few Wk _ suw , N#w v
iJien of Amenea hai applied fn- ttie
,J'JT "l,h._Ph"raph ^eer-d, anfl
r^.-^"1**- '*f" phamograph.
'SST5. SJ? ""* """
ilh ban the a*

"'"'""'^ "ate to me
* oppoeatlon of nirh rea-
" *" The irwdr
11 aggaUratio
raied imi ^th day of rVbM.aty taee
H Uli,
Itegiatrer e. Trade 'lare-
_______ Bl.S9aV-Sn
TAKE NOTICE
C Children'
I 3 SO lit
FOB SAU
KITOMOriVE
ff
> Sedan Dodge Cai
NOTICE
-~J fliiven. in and oondiUon
fcaai-C-e price Appl> Slmugtln-
nnc* Junea Street. a 2 50I f n
KHANICAL
CTIiS CAM1MEH CYCUK-Alao
-II GenU and l-dle. Spneta Auto
Ca TraTalgBr St. Dial IBM.
BfcTCI* One la
Jl to- :>.ditlon
" Itelngh Hn-veie
..nyajeln with ligM.
i uu Caw. Phone
a Dial M3I
I a 003n
rTPPEW-pe^tii, ham Bhg-
-. gxcelk.it. hunting or Watch
21 J SO- On
ad Brttian Colonial Stnmi'
| iingim or more Wril
Village 11. Ch
28 IM >i
JfUO .;
f Aqu.1.
f** "aupii
a%B%i
'B At the Mayfair Oil'
Chib Plrrt day ,-over.
e aet Coronation Samp*
>ld USA. Stamp., etr
18 J feIk.
Eeuie
e-MD-T ILOBKNCI JORDAN
___ iDecnaaed'
NOTICE IS HKKXBY QIVEN (hat bli
f^tei^vta? "y Jabt n, Maim agcinr
lh# Eatate of Emily F1ore.. jnLiu
Ph^Tl. wZl"le^ Gl"'* ""*d- m th'
'^"n m sntm Michael, m thi. uignd.
*na> dhhl at Brooklyn. Mew York CR]
m the United Statr. of Ami
2nd day of October it**. .r he.o'n'
reqtmed to aand In nartl,.,
Claim, duly .Ikeeted to B. I- -eraaCneO
High f*ireet, Brtdi-ic. ., or (-fore
lb* ia day of March IBM
fMg I hall proceed lo ,i
aaael. of the Delate amomr th partle*
rntitled thereto, having .ega,,, u> tb-
dabu and elaima only or which I
then ha*+ neat notice and Ih.t I .....
not br liable fur a**rt. >a> dUtnbulid t.
-Hi- prraon of whoae debt or claim
hall not have had notM-e at the Hme o
-i" dutribution.
AND all peraona Indebted to the eilate are rag wealed to Mile Uiell
.-.cot.nb, MiUaDaj| dway.
Dated ihla trd day of Januac?'. IW
LINDSAY E R. GILL,
Qualified Executor of Ihe Will o(
Emily Florence Jordan, deeea.~i
B.l M4n
HOUSE; Modem BungaL.
t"S. * ,ft FV"" '**" lov->' rarden
Plaeity Of .pore to. CnndU. Ttrke. .
PIC. at- Gee 1MB on Api
FMT. nelmont Road
L'l : so '*n
BUILD1NO LAND. St. Jamea A,-
2 acrea ilh excellent ri
'inaarpaaaed bathing On. .
the flneat ailea of thm nature in th
aland Rare opportunity (or the right
peraun to acquin- a U.vely and pieti.Tt-a-
iniitdmc era*
Real F.*..
regain P
A,:.-
DIXON k BLADON.
Building Phone 4M
UM>- I

I III
'U|r, Si. atarteee, ^am o- we
pioperty atnndlng in appro. 2 acrea
paaaaant and quite prltatc flan*, i b] lUCjBg i .eceptioiv 3
gwJJ b**"''"11-; ''* v.i.uidab. double i;nr.
'" -ere etc Thla pro*v." n .
-hie Hani- making it .tn
..llra.-ti..- lenovaiion |.i.,l.,.%niuii DlXOft

imw. Itu.lding. Phone aiM ) 3 SO-In
NOTICE
ST. MICHAEL'S OLD GIRLS'
ASSOCIATION
THE Annual Reunion Of the Old Qlrll
-J too Bf MJcluaal'. Qbta' School will
in** place on Thuradav 2nd March al
* JO p m All oM gtrla are aaked to
>"* a apodal effort to attend
GWEN WALCOTT
S>. r.1.,r
I 6 SO -li
RUTS Bt. PhUip M.U.V.
marled EeMte liome nun i lie-.-"'
large ,-ind airy reropUon rooma, varan*
lab. cM Seoete otil-UuiMlng with double
-arage. barna, cow pena, milkinc ".id.
MCfa courtyard. Over n aoraa .ami
MiHt eeveral feitlle acree aacellent (or
crating prot leton culUvaUon Propc.ty
lery .uiuoh- for in.d farming DIXt'N
* PI ADON. Real E.aa e Agent.. Aug-
taawaera Surveyor. Plantatiunt Build-
ing, Phoaw eSee 1 3 5- la
>W IROXS- Do >! let Elect..clt
E1* *a oan all you a Box lioi
^B eahn D Tajlor a. Son. Ltd
**ttv; slit ..,
*""' ToD Het-----... .....
P*aaae. pre-a, quauty Selling
we w^u jjial BWI
"civ, : r,
ia,i
nMtB gaug
i IcagOBC ---
1 .-. 5 It an.,
.ire Auto Tyre
gealy Mra ft.
lu-lat Church Ptw.. ..-.
IIB-ln
t
BBBbafi^E?! raenatred to. Oa,!f
SlZ!*T.Pr*"aaee wllh Im.
^~,?W-i'' remuheraUo-t
' '> mm He u peel
Ma. BWI. EtJSO 7r
aaabb .. Manager .Ooldeii Kidge
"Ttj
TICKET Berlee
,~ hMu'n ?
araeflMi
THF; BARBADOS 11)1 III wOVFMtNT
U eara gld iM7-ia
Addreu: Tudor Be idee, st Michael, n do
Ird Prewdn.t and Poundat n- \
i- Bnioe-Claj-ka, P C L P B W Id
EM. BCD
VOl HUP XIBOFD
The Barbadoa youth
ovrmeni becauae our object li to up
i and improve Ihe live* of th* pool
tortunale. neglected, deaplaed am
.-rgnttrn vu^lhi of Bdrbadoa. ao renvn.
bar oug acUvitiaa aarhide. Keligloua '
Ganoral Knowledga. Unit^
CM! i
leal we fall
Lord Pnandr ll
Mocaa Load w*lp ug,
Baa L Bruaa-Clarke
and Founder
Rau J B arant LTh, Dlractor am
rajBlMal
Mr* Olga Brown, General Sacretar
nd Handicraft Dutructm
T> r Babaawa Youah MMveaaent
I I M--1-.
FOOTBALL NOTICE
tau-ationa are being made to com-
-ii FMafMax naaan -" eUina
r IJth March and Wed-
-----^Biee of Cluba can
a from Mr. O S
--------ary A F A c o
airvxiceio.
Thera will be a CouncO MoaUng of
-* B A P A at the Y M C A Head-
qiuirtara, Pb.fo.d Street on Friday March
3rd ac 4 30 p m and Ua> Annual Oiaaral
Marling of the AaaocuMion takee place
" Mat Y M C A Haadqiaartera ~
lloaaag Prklv March "-
10th
. I
The Agenda for lb* Council
exl FYidao i. at follow.
aawatee Aaawaaj Ikaaort aad I
Swawmaait for 1MB aeaaon
CoruaaW tare* aeharnea far ll
of plarar. during thai 1M0
Sb l Mn
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
lb* aaaMicauoa of JAMJRe NATIIAM '
BCfMl of MaaeMakL Bt Philip Mt
paraaJaaHM to anil Sauita. Mail Laauo..
Ac at a beard and ahingM ehop al
UTchAelg St Philip
Dated thl. ITth day of Pabnuarv lam
To D D MOMUB Bag
Aatg Police MagiaUBle DMt "C
JAMXB M BUBHE
SBrgBg
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ta accepted for Great Britain fo. conveyance b> a.r mail at I c
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pen.
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Teases.
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Fram
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La -
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For nasrs In tt-rbades
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IM Feb. 13th Mar.
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NOTICE
To every Consumer of
Electricity gen-rated by the
Barbados Electric Supply
Corporation, .td.:
II I* StBtatl on romptMi
i^ew*..g-s utrrh-r which
Corporation. l.Ttl
1MB CotYUndttagj Am.
lion u.ch at fWMs todav nn
l*Ntioii With '
I. ti prorKtsex, to trnd .1 pr;
oadoa. I{ you ore liUcras
1
maU nr rtrlirrr it in IM ,,
n which will be a.
Plefrg
r.
F..r Ftrrtn.
uuhnntv ihal ihe Arts cg-
Hjtladi.s Eloctrir Supply
l K Eivr Ihe t.nvTrrKtt-ia..
v.ith siuia-
I'fl for many n
liKhl -il power gltu.iiun
. irnor of Bar-
.-.l-.ajtw aaavtCw at
Ugn Um form bri.)
f ihr Uarbagk* A.l*-nmte.
nil 1 'iii.ii.
UOIAM n 1
trg Assnciatiiin of Itarliailos.
PITITIO.X
to
His Excclloncv the Governor
of Barbados.
I'.ths Um .
power fretgraiaM. .UMnbtii'
BtCtfat Suppl> t..i(K>fii
sultervd from ick o]
'ntailin lo Ihcm cuhttgvnii
frfrncy fjitililits U*
mm norms.lv
to irrduBtTT and tniMneii ar
the enUn- Mluatum || doint
13111 vruiors
Vague prnmiivM and pr-
iho i-arly rwatoralioii
no marked Imorov.n .
<>sum*>rs of 1-l4-.i1.. light ami
1 "" tmi In tigg hjii., i\ Lid of Harbado* have
um. this i-.||Bi*uon
RM id ll Klllli 1111-
1 Ughiinji. refi
Die locat-B
' iMualng crave .-on.'ern. and
.arm lo ihe Icland in
residents
Vllotig have lirgti made ac tn
I aatrvke- lul there has been
1 nice
ri-netTBA tX-AP
raaab or0KS!?"
N^ "tfKT-S MALTED FOOD
PAIaAfOL COM POUND
MErTKEN BABY rowiUn
man
CREAM
- BOAT
C CaaaW BR0WNI
Whol-aole & BataU
Druqqist
^ 13S Ronbvclt St. Dial 2813
*2222' "stui xs.::::-.-..
FURNISH j
GOOD AND EASY
IHEMONIYSAVINGWAY
J^oJ^iarSe.-:
I&aaa-i.
tchrn
as-
ao.M .i.,. ,,, .
, Wf..'**f'T*""'. '", Y' ceJierKy has toe power
under the arras of the A. under *,, ,hl. rtaHsMj,,,
f.lectric Supply Corp Ltd i- .p. ratln lo deal wllh such a
situation as exists at this Um, We are. the. i
i.i Your Excellency te take early action to cause an In-
vesiicsUbn to be m. n.tle..
FIRST Thr early installa.i
men! to supply con.nnioi,.
on the lataad inc4u.ii'
care a any breakah,
cane, floods or Are.
par avneraunn e<,mp-
,nd iiower to all consumers
-.. rapacity h
hM that caused by num.
SECO;. D: The .
J. ..I ,
i at proper vi.lix''
r""^". T!" """"CCT "' "' npany l l exsmmed to
ascertain the cost of produ ,nK electric current In Bar-
J!!?"LnclU"n, "'.', """I"1"' overhead eh.rfes. i.
and other Items that shou .1 fairly be included Also
whether profits have been utanuly large In view ol ihe
nature of ihe undertakm*. ., dividends have been paid
on the actual capital lav whether taxes paid in
Knglsnd are a senous facto in the cost of ele.ii,
Barbsdcs). and other pertln. n(..,maiio
FOURTH: Whether the dicnarne' on laUi .nould be
retained in ssea ,J ihe fscl ilmt it was orvinally made as
a temporary measure during v...rt.me. also whi- the dis-
count lot prompt payment hould not be restired to the
sBaa of zc*.
FIFTH The appointment ,,r a permanem !
CcsnmisUon of competent individual, win
over service, ia.es andcapil.il financial ma
a reasonable limitation as to dividend payment
we respectfully sour it row cooseraUon ,11,1 early
aition In this intolerable *i
dirctlv loiiiinues to affect .
the Island of Barbnons.
I endorse the I',
Assn. of Barbados to Bis I'x
in-Executire Committee
*,.........
FJectric (.'.
rlioi-
NOTtt Mat JMt pet.ua. nd leUeW .. mall it addressed
:The Advert.one Manager.
Barbados Advocate,
Bridgetown.
tTi',', '^^i r*~
CTU". Bedreo.,, ..Ittl Kl>
rsr.,mse ns.-K,,^, BSrbtee
WILSON
RALPH A. BEARD
..leer A Eetate Agent
rail, w of the Valuer. Surve-or. 4
-atate Agenii f t lira I Britain
Who Ha.
Numerous l-rapeitie. for late al
i*.-enable Prices
Ban . tailing Farnuura
Open 1 V a.m. Dally al
0a/le* tathaaa
fhonr agn A,f.ei tuHint aagc
l llaed-
Hhaar.l.
NOTICE
Due to the increase in the
I natrnals for Aerated
' I'aclurcri aJre
BtM tgH puce1
'rom 1/9 per dog-, to 2 per
doc. As from WiMneaday,
ll March, IMO.

nn,\*4A0.
City .Mineral.

Maple Mineral
M. RAMDIN,
Roebuck St reel
VAN,
United Miner.ii Water
Factory
C C C CVMBBRBATCH.
Niagara Bottling Compgoiy.


PAGE I KM I
BARBADOS \DVOCATE
Uiliv-i'W .1 \R( II |, i9M
"Life Begins At 40"
For Boxer Primo
R VoRK, By Mail
begins al
: have bn
i
;*r heavyweight boxln*
jt since t
have been

.- .
.,<... thai Primo
I love. wfOTt-
I an age when

and carpet sllp-
U sudden
pgak of hi- rarnlnt
man in hi'
i decade-
:
waiting i'

I
. furtunc waiting,
n ..' i '
l I 0* H The
Ml camera what

\inK and. after a
I ranee and

.ntage* of
- ..iilv. t h e
hold by
vartnii- 'nrr lhi,n
100 p1 '
I
inera was
1 -.:
^sorted man.'
MMH.
man build-up
li,Ui famili.i!
B iHlce it
I thai he wa^ raised to
tatur* through
iU against
to opponent?.
. -:h round

...... ii. continued
rent
lost his timidity and hi-,
homesickness Nowatn
nobody's fall guy in a busmo*;
dtaaaaalaa.
His new profession takes htn.
all over the United Bta*
trips to other counlr.er.
vhenever the monetary lure If
sufficient Primo was offered
$3,500 plus expenses not long agi
for a single appearance In Hono-
.iilu He flew to Hawaii, dispose i
pOtMBt according to the
Cript, then flew right back agai'.i
i rip
Similarly, he has a short trip ..
\ --neruela. lined up. at*
i longer one to ttH
nrl in Ih*
i o| wrestling In
,arden He appeared a
i semi-finalist on the Antonio
i t Stan lee card early li
In March, he an
l | .!.- | iittrn.
i bill
Luna, Carom wi
,i,i> bittet about hi
I boxer in thi
ountrv His wrc'tlm* MMeM
I those mfmrn
hi realizes he now If Ixr
m m hi* nn
epulation.
For Camera, life did begin a<
40.
Riding Arista-rut.
POOL. Cng- B
Chances of a titled
Ion
of
To., tha onto ColKinantal CtH
acr in the race i
Th" Marquis, a Spaniard aat>
,lei in Blarriu. wffl race .fain*
member of IM British arUto-
Lord Mildmay. who finish- !
rrh on his own hone. Crom-
le Tol, ridden by thtUw-
cently won .he Pu Grand
echue. one ol the mo.1
.limcuH races in the French
he Grand National. Garde I
ri has been penaliaed to carry
-IN-
rilK H\HBAIIII-
AQII1II I II
'
. on .
|AT1 RDAY. MARCH 4lh.
em
iJNEY NILES
and hi ORCHESTHA
Admiuien to Ballraom /-
ttXM I:-
MR ARTHUR CREECH JONES lright) la here seen with Mr. Iry
Conatantlne (le(t) world lam m iri'keter and Mr
Andrew Kempton. ex-Surrey wicketkeeper. with some rrlcket near
destined (or boys of Jamaica and Trinidad. Mr. Jones was then
Secretary of Stale for the Colonies and his HippOO of Ifarv > anal
for the gear was only one of the aiaiu kind
,f Ihe colon,.- He Ion I ________
H.B.C Hadin
Programme
WtDNUD". "** ' "'* .
m Tlw New. I '"
: IS a m UH"
ffiliiifca: i ~
...IOP.
n
B.G. Offers To Pay
For Trim On W.I. Tea.
earn



How i
...-n he was
'-
'i*'d to bring back
war and
t rn, brought back
.
.i a boxer and his tlze
mo tiecome one of
ites among

1
that Prims moat uf
what hi

Parry II ins
Spoon Shoot
(Barhado* Advocate Correspondent 1
GEORGETOWN, Feb. 2b.
BRITISH (iUIANA Crickel Control Board dccidi
ncy meeting biting four hours on Monday i
i an urgent cable to the West Indies board.
ting the inclusion of pace bowler John Trim on the
tour England, and offering to stand the extra finan-
cial expenses if necessary.
The meeting was fully repre-
iiU'ci. and piesided overy by the
President. W. S Jones, who Issued
.tie following >..,u-ment to the
-day
"The meeting dtlCU
detail the H-root selection of the
West Indies team to tour Eng-
land nnd the subsequent poor
:ilalion accoi
,tid decided U
lollowing cable ho R K Nimag
Jamaica. President f 'tic Wan
Indies Board.
The H.G. rioard is dJ
and is strongly supported b>
public opinion over thi
t Trim
appradata you and ff
Board gt>e "U-
to take Trim M "
( HylUW in 193U. If you are un
HjUao in 1BS9 n you are un-
able to finance the ev
my board is WtUul| I
Id via*
the division of UM
1 cnmmiltee on Tnm'r Inclusion
and the


a huh \i
In the of W.I
Will iippreciate a cabled
reply at earliest".
3^
A
At the first
tr\ hint of a
sjffcCOLD
Pi pat. .ui

"|'|ii C'o# !>" ll no,",
l io [. m Nrwt. Aiy;
m HuMc tor n-nfiivr; I P -"
DWi I'lpm B*t New
i p < a*inn Jia*o a
S*. I10pn HameM;
- ii n m aaoni r-vm-w:
-*ri lt-. J X P
[,__ 4pm TJu- (
*****. li P
11 ii rr r*rosr*mm* iTarndr. 3 i
, ... I I-* SrUarta; 5 4S .
.. ,! p rn Th.- 1
SSSiA ' Sfifi R:?iiv;
tcn* warti*: R m "?".
I If am Home Ne ('
-,.,'d P.C.. 10 p 1-'"1 ard Uv.
anra ia p.m aaiui o^- .pu.
,L2 a n. aSrUM Valu.. II P ... T*
THt
BRITISH
VOUNC1L'
MARINE
HOTEL
DINNER
SERVED
Befare
Till: QftkAT CONCERT
111 FRIDAY. Ihe 3rd March
lrl':i 6.36 and 8.30 p >
$2.50
fl.i-n-g

Various size tins ranging
"or* 12c. Bk
Ask our Home Products Departmtnt
CAVFSHEPHERD&Co..Ltd
10. U, 12 & 13. BROAD STREET
ANNUAL
DANCE
AT THE
CRANE HOTEL

indatap

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Mr 1.


JAP SWIMMERS
FOR S. AMERICA
TOK
wim-
r' irahasl. and
Lmmlng
r South
laps.
Reuter.
Km! Hulph Bculh
Honnir Blarkmuiv
. lit Champ-
tg a points vlclor>
DVtl iloiinic blackmail. U
. in .1 lO-i ound uoul a'
LtM BriKt

Ralph, who ttppad Uv
ins lighter
thmughoui the
.nds.
a Halpi
landing his Jab* with ease whllo
lad with his
H up Round two sa
H.ilph landing left
Blaounan'i mld-aacttoo
001 until round six that
H light

>nd rlgfti
Bai| dead, hut Ralph.
\ ml iapidl\
thi Laf naive
'iounds seven, mclit and MM
mri toufhl calmly but in round
I up.
w.is w iti Belfiel i
. ai Carrlngtoi
Caninfton appeared to be the
KlOf luit tiii Kul inatii
UH "f his fast foot-woil
many MOM
RJdJamaa
I Roland in
.u>l Jamet
made good use of his haignl Mad
1
Roland
bouts were fought he-
Sbrooh Kid and Sleepy
man ami Young
!

In the last rnantl
to score the K O blow and
JAMAICAN
WINS AT
C. A. GAMES
GUATEMAI^. I 11 V
a\ Koden of J the 800 metres avanl n 1M I I
ir.il Anariean Qamoi hero toda
I'u time was 1 min ba.4 sees
Rafael Fortune nl I
. .
Benckatta ol Jamal
won tne women's high iimip wi
hjraa Reulrr.
eventually won on points
rin- Judfej ajaja
Foster and Mr J Smith T
Itaapai Comroandar Batrd
Mi P C s ^ '
The Weataar
mi DAY
Sun Risen: 0.15 a.m
-*hi latgi ti.lu p.m
Mooo l Full I Mali I)
I uhliiu 6.30 | io
llilli Water: M a in I "
|i in
VLSltKDAV
RaiilUII It odriimt.ini JH lM
Total for Month l Vester
day. LM ios
Irmperalure iMiv) S3.g F,
l.mperalure (Mu.l 10.3 r
Wind lllreellon: l am I I
(3 p.m.) E.
Hind Vrloelly; 11 mlle per
hour
Barometer: (9 a.m.) M.037:
(3 p.m.) 2993?
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?
DALMAUS" GREAT VIOLIN
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HELD IN THE -
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FRIDAY. MARCH 3rd
AT 8.30 p.m.
?
TH KKTS run be Oblained al -
JOHNSON'S STATIONERY
from TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28th.
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h un 11 nan
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II Will RAINCOATS
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STRIPED Sc PLAIN II.IIM *
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liKH IT.WNEL lit
Trouam $1 8 a yd.
( Kl \M ll WNEL
-UII a yd.
III I) 111 K LOVELY
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lluublr Width SI 14 a yd.
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rt III II DRILLS
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