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PA01 I KMT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAV MARCH a usually wide open • •men and ->nlu'd flshe mnn of Roebuck ft xeTt so ImporUnt and so i was sentenced to one month's miaalfcuU "omen pollucians. espeIprtsonment b. His Worship Mr c „,| v if Ih y are also enthusiastic Parma yesterday after le was ^,1 workers make an invalufound luilty of stealinj tamarinds | M contribution to the common valued at 14s. Id. grovlng on tne ; welfare tS-ejhS 3VS John^a. said nnaUy £ .SorTrontabcHe \t^L*S£1Si^S'^The story waj that WIIBami cised'''by many that it dM Ij tamarinds, and then ft, e nouh and fast enough, ana •on M Foster, informed Hill that he would bevel,, „, that ,t foes too far and lo pay for them loo fast ,„,e.V Cosier ^"MuT „, id . -r .-"J". pla*. a practice mite lenin from Pickwick Rover* th afte noon ;>t Kensington P'Jy commences al 4.43 p.m are as follow* — CAKLTON HA Williams L ClaJrmonte. E. W Marshall, A. Hutchinson. N S. Lucas. (Capt 1 K. B. Warren. K Hutchinson *"n il l* 7Sm ossrttiJ *• a .won TT— •*• %  OOMMM < %  %  I %  P n. C MSB i-.hen he WH put on bond. Fiphl Slops-Gamr B etween Cut* ;.<> And Coeta Rica GUATI Over 5.0W to the ... ao in i i. Costa Rican plant*-ir in %  mate? Game* The flfhl caused official.*, to f ne. in whirt. %  to nil. wlTti only three l I %  uble was pn whei. a Costa Rica: lets Molina. Mlttdi Curacao golkeep*-> was ki When wwr i l Cur starN %  : Costa Rica Uhletet Willulrau I* nun GaiMfl GUATEMALA CITY Match 1. Angry %  I public" during the soccei bei -. %  an the Central An.M G ner*' %  announced that UM dr.ivfa officials had Rica leaders, it was lha! .. I I would Athlete* to ever. aald "Our batp rwwllin UM oftictais susp" in wW I! Rica <>• nan from i_-OC.ii: -i'-^ for r*l Kr '' Puerto Rico Girl Breaks Record GUATEMALA. March 2 lha Women's 400 l style relay in 5 minute* 21 I seconds at the Central American Games sw.mn.in! events. The Cornell University student. Jaime Annex?, won the hammer throwing event for Puerto Rico and established a Central American record of 4$ 87 metres. Curacao and Salvador played i —1 draw in soccer in the pre*' 10.000 spectators Costa Rica and Haiti were due D another soccer garni'. but at the last minu!< ad that the Costa RicJ • then re-entercil the competit;on. despite the earlU i •dement that they wou'-J <,.ncel an earlier decision to vHhi by their goal :it • Curacao tied tl"n Boys made the only tntautai after the brtar,r> of Jamaica won the 200 metres track event it 20 8 sees, while the Women-. JJ.ivehn Throw went t'. Judlih | nf Panama with 36 2 i Ceylon — C 'uvalth Match Drawn COLOMBO. March 2 The Commonwealth cricketers i.vertook the Ceylon XI'* hrs* inningtOOll of 16fl for the loss tf only 2 wickets h?re today, but then they lost three quickly whi o raising their score from 173 to 178. Overnigm the Common wealtn had scored 113 for I. This.was „ie second and last day o( the n-.aich. and by the luncheon interval the Commonwealth. 245 for 6 wicKeia. held a lead of 79 wi.n 4 wickets standing. The Commonwealth innings closed before tea for 36?. givi them a first innings lead of 1 Heavy rain then fell and ~ further play was possible, so that the match "ended in a draw. — .Restler He saw %  •• %  -— *----. prc-ess of solution he took a. .. of respons.bility. n is to the rvature of a compron^ onchided, and cynics •*• iSelSSnt by comprom,. 8 %  I hop* to God OH spec: at least, the confounded." The Rt. Hon. Arthur Cre: Jones. ex-Colonial Secretary, we. A RARING thief entered the; „ y %£ !" '£S* £££c lands of Newton Coner at Rock „""* !" f Oov „ n0rs an Hall. St Thomas, durin, Monda, Governors . "£ ^ M . ..ord tnaoie. three bunches of bananas valu. John S haw expressed rerr • 120 lhJl .doctoral vagaries'' ln_*. '"^o ISse SrtcT'-tBy I'a'bie". for they are all treatc I I MM 'ones to lose omce BANANAS STOLEN— POISONED ft, „" n&z =^"^Sii.; ra€ -K-tiTES lUMrii 11 IO-\M,IH at 8.30 II Al >l V| ( TB tan Fire Destroys Truck THE motor t^M-Sfn also of Station m !" w f, r e v destroyed when i nra ; ,i vhile it was uein un Pinder rWtotn. 45 Wednesdw !" " ^insured. ThI iruclc i GREAT CONCERT HELD IN THE MARINE HOTEL BALLROOM Tickets can be obtained at Johnson's Stationery and at the Marine Hotel Office. 9 r* In — Reuler Uelli'viUc Tennis Club Results YKSTrRDAY Mixed Doubles '• .ind P Patterson Miss 1) Austin and K I 2. -. 7—5. Mr and Mrs. Barnes—15 beat I Lennaxan .mr F Fcarli • %  %  Today's Matches i K Ni.h.JIJn d R S Nlcholls vs P Patterson and G Manning %  nd Mrs Barnes King Donates \mill Trophj Australia Plays S. Africa Today PORT ELIZABETH. March 2 Australia has made no change team to play South Afrlc. In the tit ih and final Test starting b >re tomorrow, i"ne side being tho ame which won the first threTesta and drew the fourth. Retention of the same eleve-i for all live Tests of a series I probablv a unique occurrence li cricket history The side teas chosen iloday in a private wari of the local hospital where the Australian team'manager. Mr E. A. Dwyer. is suffering from influenza It had been expected that nc change* would be made as it seemed Illogical if they would disturb a combination which had won ttM rubber. Those who did not pla> in the series were Alan Walker Geoff Noblei (bowlers). Gil LangI reserve wicketkeeper) and Ken Aroher (batsman). South Africa had previous!. announced that their team woulc be unchanged from that which drew Che fourth Test The teams are South Africa: A D. Nourse (Capt). t Rowan. J Nell, D Bet„ie A Draper. P Winslow C %  i>n. Taylteld. N Mann. M %  nd C McCarthy. AaMralla: A L Hassett (Capt I A Morris. J Moroney, K Millir N Haivey. S. Loxton. C. McCool 1 Johnson. P Llndwall. R. Saggers and w Johnsujiv-Reuler Holmes Resigns Selection Committee LONDON, II Group Captain A. J. Holmes. Chairman of the English Test Six Cases Of Tuberculosis Notification of infectiousenwfor the month of retruarinclude six cases of tul according to a release subaastta*. by the Chief Medical Officer Other cases are two of diphtheria four of enteric fever and one <>f menin^ H Band Concert To be held at HASTINGS ROCKS TO-NIGHT at 8.00 In aid of the St. Laujrrnce Child Health Centre POLICE BAND directed by Capt. Raison in attendance ADMISSION: Non-Members -••/• 3 3 50.—In. To Eliminate Slow Pla) %  signed 1 %  %  >w C>pen Table 1 THL BARBADOS AQ1AT1C CLl'B %  Locsl a VIMtlna MBbtt Only . on . SATVRDAY. MARCH 4lb. • m bv SYDNEY and his ORCHESTKA it. Ballroom 1, %  28250— 4n. M A lapM %  part fu iruin Ka T4 a is mi iar I France aaak 1 .-ISO ' from %  COM) LONDON, March 'iilt-red a Cha1stn> (..nairman ui •" %  = *.> %  %  .. iar a new series of Interim < rfcgtsH Selection Committee, h Mmg racing along *u tesigiied the post, due to ill healit. funous Aimrloa'a Cu| Orou'p Captain Holmes captalnBfjsaa for several seasons be%  : the fore the war and managed the "in m South Africa during 1938-1938. He had been I %  trophy will be the lint member of the Test Selectioi gtittsM ilssssl 1939. Other mem ii..iy ..t bcrs of the present commitn-. %  ..-> ipraca Rukn A n Sellers. R. E. S. Wyatt .m; ivarcr :eier ilki will if stmlldi to those for UI race The same course 1 .. %  : Wight iH l U' P ) < %  i r Polkc Band IMavs To-nighl \i Boeki oaotrt t Ighl beginning at 8 o'clock when Harry aangi "ill %  i pMM gfssB %  In, me VMII I %  '..nious Alice Holland the latest d %  The Weather TO-DAY Sun Rlaea: S.I4 a.m sun SeU: •.!• p.m. MoasV iFull) March S. I i(hlins %  l> ' Mich Water: S.tl a.m.. 1.15 i> m \ IMIKIl\. Rainfall: K'eslrUigtcmi Nil |>mprialurr (Man.t 8.1.5 F lrm|>ei*lurc l Mln. I 718 i Wins, lni..iifn 19 in > tn V. 13 p.m> E. t v Wind \'elocil> 1J mile* |rr hour. lUromeler < a_an. t*"'" 13 p.m i ?s.0h MASS MEETING al Queen's Park TO-NIGHT FRIDAY MARCH 3rd 8 o'clock under the Auspices of the Caribbean Workers' I'nion Hear the FACTS!! MOTT1.F.V replies to his accusers J. W. HEWITT. Chairman Phone WILKINSON & HA.NES CO.. LTD. CAVESHEPHERD&CO,I 10. 11. 12 & 13, BROAD *!** II <> Iff!Il . Do It Every Time —...—-. %  By Jimmy Hado ~w >OU SURS THATS .ERE IT LEAKS ELMO? %  rt>J SEE^ TO BE CVE'? %  roo RAB—BU.


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FKII>\Y M Mil II on fhe Answers lo 11 Mini Questions The Big, Big Bomb BY I'l-oiY-soi||.|.;. |ej ep | % fttsident of the British Atomic Scientists' Association •W '"" "'"-bun,, u r ,V' •£,' |i the njdroen bomu c l na "ly H*' "* " also certain to S. S !> %  "• %  'i'.nrltwuwltv E w mnr attraction—jum as '> obsolete? iw—t clearly. Hi! m. 11 .> oldn lhar, %  ,; 'om bombs are not roll* own "'"* n or "•'' %  ','T' hvdr !" > bombs Smrs imt.w "" *"" This "" Jj ImpofUni weaZ/wurcv from *hlch the %  %  lank ha, not \Zm l i "o %  ., „„ r "j"' obsolete. Iivdrneen "2 f"'" ' "" KBOW no that lhe heal ,„ !" "" b n,b ,, r "" %  LTBU, comes Iron, iho combUuj '""" ""J"" "\ "' %  !. ihe .„,„ "> !" P"* of such I ( DM 1 Nk| mankind e,oeel an, .KW eonalnicllve benellu"rom the a, mS : K """• on Ihe hvdro.en bombHis can only *•• -just as Ml Will I" 1 •'" 11 AltR Mitts ADVOCATE PACK TIIRKF. "" !" en I III.S MM mnsl unlikch line can never be sure what new dlf i| new inventions will a • by.producl. But hot enough. muue as %  Dv-producl ft temperatw e case of the hydrogen bomb'l have u Ihev dn in the i.limnt at itreseni i.wi,,.,, —.. IOC ti'i.p. sjBtns babave as Ihey do in th .me must I* n as th ICverBiiif n Ca/which is 20 n WBUgrade t la fact. I b nally onl; A lakes millions ..i years to be tun cannot at present picture any wav in which its principle could be to a constructive ! t'annol the principle of releaalna energy Irnsn hydrogen atoma be uaed lo produce power rar Indnslrr" •lamed' s„ to"ob-i ?F P POSE h '' is feasible, bill Ik. mulls more nuicUj one '',''""'*' ""nember the very high o7^ iridro.;„"bZ„ z -?4LBMkT JS Uge. of Ihe h,dro,en lmh „„,,„,„ „,„„ ,„ „,„,„,„„ J hcin steedlly for ihe working of a plant 10 How ,.,dri. i, the principle of Ihe hydrogen bomb known I* scientists? reactions '"' IHIch! 8 ht atoms U Known lo all competeni nhyaj 11. traquently dig. he bomb's '''' 5* ; intlUai ot Ikla chosen ; inrt o> lb' / 'Mency. are ihp aiom lmh'.' ATOM bombs arc limite frither ;n the omount of atomic ttlotivc which they can contain %  Vrwson mpOMible r more thi amount J %  itiwr will lltLITlv : Thei ggJggtfBjaj %  C no :'"* Uml *' / 'are poplo 1. i>oml. knomi only to tt* individuals 'uig on the projen ten bomb. ,. the hydroaen bomb Improved on the atom bomb? ONI Should never predict the nitun M sciemliudison. it looks as it these two principles w using the only two wan ( f ntranag matter into iu more tiahie rorm—namely ihe bmklnf up o( itoms which are loo heavy, and the building up „f those which are too light. hnve speculated tof %  OHM tun.' about the possibilitv of dMtnrytnaj mutter entirely and turning it all into energy. This would be energy enormou 1 [) more powerful than that produced althar by tiuiton-bullong or atom-splitting processes. But 'modern knowledu, structure of the tom hi aluoVl complelciy convinced IU that such complete destruction Is an impossibility. Thcaf qnsu'rr* trere oirrn In an hiu-rrivtc irith the Sunday Express. L F..S. the expli r mrt exploding until Ud be*-:. % % %  %  ihk of makinp in ihl fc muc) verful blasj %  Wcpur^c, than will be .. '4 How murh more newerful i the hvHnw-n bomb than the Uorn bamh? A POWER I 100 time's great pc that of the Hiroshima atom has IMH'II quoted In the pspapers I do not know if m fifurr li ooi red but %  Bly Would not *.tre Tf them were i 000 Mm* bwrfiil bl Ifcr frester area TV tree of destruction wouH %  t.non time* pter. hutone might exneel it I X 100 %  •> 'he irea occupied by Greater fsi %  iWsat .re Ihe iea t fwafw New Buildings Going Up In Georgetown LONDON. By Mail. In one of its periodic articles on modern architecture. "The Financial Times" prints a description by Mr. A. Trystan Edwards a Fellow of the Royal Institute ot British Architects, of three buildings being bulll in Georgetown British Guiana. Reviewing the new a.im-g. lor the General Po Booker Bros.. McConnell and Co', and Sandbach Parker and Co.. he pointed out Ibat there is an essentially English atmosphere 1:1 Ihe Colony, although the structures are not just adaptations of British buildincs. Thcv have elements of originality which antitle them to be in son;. models for similar pUni 'hero ipacsj Is available." The General Posl OflUe. thrw storeys high and covering 32.550 square feel, will accommodale. besides Ihe Post Office and Savings Bank, the main mail sorting office, the Post Office accounment and the telephone exchange A sweeping forecoin I "emony St. Vincent Gets Holiday For Princess Alice (BarbntluN Advocate rtnia>iinit) KINGSTOWN wn turned oul in full number%  Royal v.sn here, after n v ,,, rs Th| EkkL ter of Uiii'.'n \ udirm sni. ler of Queer. U A vT ^.J 5 "'".. mornl r ,K "" n n ,v.l,.,imi Uiiu-h. Iarin, ihe hour, and reel i p,-, Tanganyika \ow Being Developed kHYlKA is a most inUng territory and Its development h...:,',, „. My lXfun com narat ksaaral oi thai %  Md the -Advocate" veslerday. lr. Inniss is now on four "'' from his duliea and ending it with his parent.%  li and Mrs A de L Inntss ol Hill He said that Tanganyika is i "rue over SW.OOO square miles ..I according to the last ronsti; f %  > %  taken In 1M. thr population consists of i.ithc more than 7.O0O.0O0 Africans ?n*2!. S' 000 A """ nd aboul 'O.noo Europeans The country has high mountains in the north and east, including the famous Kllimanjarr t 19.000 feel It U the south an< ui in ihe mhtdla n is fairly although at the same tlm< raduallv from ihe shore tc ,lhe Interior UaMka ii.ri...,!,,, On the ,-oaal. it can be assn I luring the hot season ani I as it is south of the Equator, th. seasons are the dir,. of Barbados. The hoi season rom October to ml.! The genial sun temperatures arc not higher than those of Barbados but ihe humidity U grHttr In th. Interior, n i, drier, and on ln the high lands it become:noler The rainfall varies in Ihe various parts of the territory. In Dar es Salaam. Ihe .apllal it is < rri Weatherman's Adjectives Criticised NEW YORK To his surprise. New York's on ,..itherman. |Amoa Christie, :s being ontt-ised for using adjectives in his weather forecasts. The other da] dieted thai the weather would be %  dismal" letters are coming in urging him to forecast the weather not comment upon it Mr Christtie's rejoinder "A good thing we Old not use the first adjective ssa chose—lousy." salute Mi '.he charmin/ n"d Princess Ml by Brigadier RDM and the Earl of AIM w-rnrlng mornir wrre met nt the saluting base bv Ihe Admin -• %  • 9 y Coutls, %  Shapeley. • •' % %  ipstai AMI oi Honour but .. National Aitthe-i the Prince. 4itely at th. HJI kw %  "'' it* m %  .... P.... .. ,,,,rlh ro " rann. :; %  %  ,! %  % %  * |"iim-i .ii mi of Honour. The Princess inspected th Guard and then roe illuminated addreea a. from s Clair Bonadie. the Chairn "' %  bad by ai %  lie guard, thi The .Irvrlopm-nt wf TtinianWIit. naOj hr*n In IKK., with Ihe ..M who hull* I rtlhnV thmosh ihr ,-enlrr nf Ihl "limn from |> ar ei Salaasit to Ihe lake* an-l another In the the eoaal Do You Drink? It Was Fixed Before Birth ll> Chapiiiiiii I'in. li. CS 1 -flhey could switch he drinking •sKinoierato drinker or chronic i hablu C j h "" r re J"" are On some diets all the animals R !" J? r t '" %  medical| soakc i thernaarrat in drink. On !" 7pnousne.. today. others they all "went on the %  wwri of company you keep wagon Ri2r" ninc H 1 1 v u w '"' The scientists are now trying lo JTSH."" .Iironic aliohollcs (human HZ o."*1 Wl 'orwnrd by ,. ,li. i wiUi diet ue.tmeut. B" University scientists, says lacks? !" 0 ** lTi v ''' lc< 01 B^li^ ., CHURCH ACCUSED ,"r PRAGUE. March %  TAdier The last asylum of reaction, the '*WlfauTi nrL-T .' ZLi hi h Catholic Church hierarchy. r,h must be stripped ol Ihe remnants of life hypocritical cloak. Hade l-ravdo. the organ of the Czech Communist Party, said today. ipor was commenting on Goltwald's recent re'2*!?? i the rwull Bf^f-ul. pre^m, at birth gprobably inherited. Usts offered animals E? leoboj %  HVSL.: %  '"' W,U •Waul' ''," "*"""• "PPWreo mo*r %  '" "" ""'ot-ilei-. £ __ n -w^-s. wu a uiiini m, ing with the new town plan for' the area, is o main featuiv Booker building, already under construction, which will house the %  ompany's oflllo and laboratories, while plans have been made to add two the single-storey win,:' %  sary. The two-storey building of Sandbach Parker and Co.. will include the comp.-.m' *tore and shippiiin %  Mr. Edwards comments: i new buildings are virile < positions and modern in concen"'i 'ion. yet 'hey nay defe If More Is Spenfl Than Is Earnnl Trouble EBBOM hUreh 2 A counti v i Mik) not of troubh %  induatnalisr when l* ad*res.., 'hr Tiinid;..! ( I this morning Simplex Time Reeordlni 1 Uiblh hed %  i volunteer tngadc. rnecrowtlialoiu Hie Princess nodded and waved hak %  %  %  tnt House and then visited tw. scc.Hidary %  choola, kept %  nt n Gaif.i Hou .' h, afteiuoon. Admini-trntor Couttl iteelan -iblir holiday. —By OaW Ntrmtthl Into the InteHar lo thr mminUlna. Reads a| that time were, an* Mill are. far from ....,! rxrepl In the lowna. ; turad from M hv the iwka In the Itt4-t| ,hen fdMt nrHain under v steady drinker-. pe ars to have become the rallynS^h dnn *". othersi. Ilg po in t | or lhe illegal activities -T "_?. oum,n "Poet let. 1 all reacv.onarv elements ,-i K4. r '" n 8 PPet tes. Hn? ,lr,nke !" with a rela.V th P •dentists foum Oil rtMCiiurmii rieriiciai*. Three non Catholic Church.'s. thO Kv-iiigelistuChurch of Ctech Hr.-ilir.ii. the Czech National Church and the Orthodox Church, BOMBAY, If Bombay | j |aimed they had foiled %  create • mughuut MIL.AN. M.ti ._ Photographic copies of letterj urt lo th' 1 '.ciuiiuni-. Party \ exchanged between Winston I 'o creiii Executive that !ht hierarchy apChurchill and Benito Mussolini '' %  'lia on March 9. up to ihe time of the Italian War | The Police said in Africa are believed to be in the possession of the Italian Minister of the Interior. Ifaj the Milan newspaper said today. The police ae reported to have taken ;he cases to Rome for scrutiny by The Ministry of the Inte'*Jtmr ,'K ,V UM: loumi Inal Church and the ortnooox unurcn, Pig T*"* animals' diets -have sent greetings to President, tiny oy me l %  alia.^"V.* Muantities of Gotfwald and the Prime Minister. ; rior—Heater. %  ^•Odother jngredientj. It ruler. the plot, following angrenades and agnmunltl .. %  headquart. uimrbs of Bombay, and aelred the printing plant. —(Renter I LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE %  ttAL .. %  Ml "LISTER" ALTERNATOR SETS 1 K.W. DIESEL DRIVES ALTE1NATOM ,i *-* %  5 R %  %  • : ; i •#. z z z %  siiiuaii NYLON STOtKIM^S in Ntu shjdri. |.ea prr pr. LACE all ovrr 26 In. uldv In Whilr. H>ln Blark al SI.75 r-r i>r Also Trlmmlnc Lace . Irqm Be. la 18c. per vd. I ADIES' BELTS In a larar A>sorlmriil ol raleu*-. KITCHEN TOWELS suod sixr i'.r. Ip^OOOQO assj *HH* i,„ swltrhkssinb and Aalaaaassc Veltkfe knaUtaca. ^^ %  •^TE RANCE Of SPARE PARTS IN STOCK I J**II/WS toi \unt LUL 'ark a^^ „,,! 4J44 IHIOAIIUI. mil ss siioi'. %  MM i IMM u >i CifJaWnsj Sirea: S fl. by V, M. und Hi(I l.y 9 ft. Ain LI\OI-KM H IIOIIS 6 ft wide All very reaw.n.il' i. iitoi: Hid. lla II Roabuck Strw< aaaaateti i i ii i i i ni i i io tDcoi-porktad %  1IM ('oimiii'iiciii^ Saliinlay Jlh March I9. r ll Value, ullrrrd lion al Ihl. I Ml ,„ HIIIGKR and BETTER ihan vrr kajsjas. been forlunale lo brink lhrs. item, lo Harlwlos prr-ilFvalaalkH. Dalc.,-.. plus T ""' %  American n BARGAINS THAT SPEAK FOR HUMS' VM :— I.I SI II MS~ • li Tins wilh Tray, Cup and Saucci SI LEMOSAIll --I n aea lemonade Set Only 91 i I.I. Hills rnal Ita Trays „ Now 3 for $ 1 III -.1 PANS .'. POLISH I UITHS Green or Red Dust Pan and Yellow Pnliihini Clolh Bolti lo> $1 XI I II'INS kMlIM Milk Saiire|>an Saducdlott \~ls-. While enamel Basin and I raka Toilel Soap loi Jl I II AMBERS • coated enamel First Quallts Only SI PCM I'll I %  n Only SI.98 0. W. HLTCHINSON & CO., LTD. Sh<*ppinc hv Cnnvrvor Belt IU.INOIS Kventhmn that: BjS)tn| tiresome has been < removed m lhe perfect store" %  which opened lo-d.iy m Kvan^ton. Illinois. The customer who cannot And the department which sells, shall we say. bath mats, picks up the nearest telephone and sn operator gives her directions. from the spot where she ing. There ^ im tTiore waiting for he wrapped Chutes cany them from counter to wrapping room und .inderajn rayon take the wrapp*to a supervisoi stationed in the narking spare Bald Men in Ifemand BERLIN Hundreds ot bald Germans reeantij torn i Itn film studio Imping I parts In a picture about barber. The choice for I perfect hairless spe. nromtsed .CIA for hi* appearance Aspirants jire from ;,l! Germany Those unable to make the journey arc writing m. Says | one"When pol-hrd up mj bilhard-ball hhln> rOU rould itini th KI llgi is whan I am on the A Hamburg that (or I the nake ot ., rl %  wlUInaJ 10 iw auavagi lUvirun i puts on th' irfc %  >( In. photograph | ' 11 for hi* i \nd a i Wuppeitnl %  m her! hiisbam •• iwini a %  hi 4>d P rttiu "Me i^ i Mnrfoots 6etfitr. sca/p &e/s fatter.. Htfmyoucteck OrySca/p BfeVm LUXURY^ ^W thaluauiTl futicura ^s 1 lAirilM TO CANT IXPICT to make n good impression when Dr\Scalp makes your hair messy, hard-tocomb, and full of loose dandruff. Check Dry Scalp by supplementing the '. -U Loose dandruff is gone. You stay neat and well-groomed alt day. 'VaseUne' Han Tonic works with nature—it contains no alcohol or other dr>uig tasjpedseuti Try 'Vaseline' ILni Tmuc ^sjajat. today. Vaseline HAIR TONIC ••'"in,,. 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Bay Quaker Uais DOWUKIHUI your family "If every day with a health.ul Quaker Oan hrcakfasi! rAoee HIALIM HCAUS1 QUAK1K OATS SUMtllS 4fie/MINOlAU fc,^^ MOgf ntOniNS far tails! I 4SJS/ SSSBSSSSBSBB in m, "M.-M" "$r io a rws tfpfrizmc aaaassn BoU2cupsofwaler.AdJsaJi.WhcnrR.iling. add 1 cup of Quaker Oan. Cook it, siirring, for 214 minuets. Thal'l ail.



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PAGE FOLK BARBADOS ADVOCATE Utility M BARBADOS & ADVOGffE r-. T --r nn 11 w tAnw o> Us. • %  "' "' *"•••* %  •• Kridnv, March l UM A I M iii A Public Utilities Commission ll II. I SIII.IIM. -S H. E. I. C. floral AiiilH*J*dnr. THE forthcoming visit of Her Royal Highness Princess Alice and her husband Karl of Athlone will sanst'. Of the peoples of the West Indies for trffe presence among them of members of the Royal Family. Within recent times there has been a misunderstanding of the word Empire rather because "f the concentration on the ideal of self-government than •.hr.mgh disloyaltv • Those of i bo slill remain within the British Empire are bound to feel that the presence of members of ihe Royal Family amjnR us indication that the old tics which bind I m still 'here and Still preserving. It is not the firsand the Earl of Athlone ban among us be) and have ei • he hoM.iMlity of the people-. while ,ns "' our n But it is AthM as ambassadors of i,y hp minions and the distinction of being Governor General of two Dom:.,. It was in 1914 that he was appointed Governor General of Canada but %  | to the outbreak of the first World until twent;. la' 1 '''. In 1923 he I,. South Africa and it was hi I deared himself to the African people by learning their language. In lb Prn> %  Id a special place, and in order to satisfy them the Earls t office was extended for a period of two years Later, in 1940 at the height of the Second World War the Earl who had rendered fine service as a soldier was appointed Governor-General of Canada which he had not been able to fill in 1914 }|,.,,loo th* Earl and Princess Alice achieved further personal success. Her Roval H daughter 0< lTi.ll I . Duk* of Altai N i daughter of the late Queen Vattoris She has always lenselv %  ol ,h '' C l the Empire and it is by her lamty a..d personal contacts, tat Inter%  Minion, of life aod work that she stands out as a friend "1 cokonis still Commandant In Chiel re limited. Hi : preset.-. .has lust been installed .. • University Coll. a of th. Tn s i I last month in 1U cotnpli 1 %  at at •Itlite clllland in each colony she has already -. eing this work. It is littiiii' that her BoytJ i. has the prtvik I.Qu. and humamtv of ll gland after Ucnaral, %  nd the rs that the people of Barbados SINCE my articles appeared hi \UVOCATE of February ,tn and 2Mb there has been ample •re of me peat lntere.1 taken by Barladian. at present in the aubjecl of electric supply, and many people have asked me lor more apeciric information on tails A Minimi T>-llon la with reference to Ihe exact nature of a Public Commission to carry out the duty of supervUing rh* 1 imbue, in the island, and this Is • point on which I feel it Is perhaps not fltllna for a comparative newcomer like myself to dogmatise Under ihe circumstances however It is a fair nuosllon and I will try to answer it with at least a tentative sugge* lion, as follows, and subnet to direction by those more laminar with local conditions I would be one of the last to suggest adding another ponderous and cxpenalve Item to the existing machinery d Goven.menl am where, and m a small community like llarbados 1 believe uld be possible to set up a mission of. say 3 or a M wlllinii to "rye on an honorary basis, and to hold meeting once or twice a month, or as often as necessary to deal with „ that came before them Their responsiliillly would be in Ihe nature of I watching brief ,,,, %  ol the put ic ,, ,uch as water supply. %  and trar.sseeun In, humanly possible %  efficient and reliable service to the public, at vest rates, consistent ihert,nd at the same time i ihe shareholders ot when operated by private enterl "l !" 'believe that what 1 am BU|1 gelling is only the bringing up U) date of aomething that seems 10 definitely need that In Barbados. Thinss have chanted a treat deal ,,"cethe Acts of 189 >"d 1901 were passed, when man. retarded electricity and lei.1 as prequisltes of the rich and hevond the reach of the majority i am a staunch supporter or prlvati md believe 1 imonlyl~.>. '"''"' In realising thai, to survive now. II must be really enterprising and not Insist on being extremely private about matters that are the legitimate concern of the general ''"in"other countries it U rapidly 0, to be recognised that the lit has a right to information formerly held secret, about th' tie. and protlis of concerns that supplv its needs. It would he part of the responsibility of ammission to see thai our unities recognise this right. 11 might be thai any office or I...arial stall needed could be ..led by utilising Ihe partlime service, ol existing perwn.i Government Departments, ard thus avoid unnecessary ex. The most pressing problems should be grappled with first, and •;. supply would seem „.. priori!* I do not share UM an leel we are f ilanter when Ihe damaged engines are again running, a. 1 think it might he only a reprieve before further troubles Manv visiting Americans and Canadians have expressed prise on hearing lhat there Is no Public Utility Commission at present in Barbados, and that the privately ownsd companies have so much freedom to raise rates end jrnerally do a. tiiey please, without let or hindrance. I have myself been astonished by Ihe extent to which many Barbadian. Mem lo accept the explanations offered by company officials and resign themselves to whal strikes visitors as an intolerable condition The officials presumably has.fallh in Ihelr own explanations but my technical m.nd dwMs on Iht things for which no explanation is offered, the sort of things into which it would be the duty of Ihe Commission to inquire. In the natural exercise of Its runcIt is of course always difficult for non-technical persons to prOOeriy weigh and assess Ihe pros an • %  ">>• technical matters. In fad it ", "racticaUy impossible, and this In itself manes a very strong argument for setting up a Commission Including one or more technically qualified men, charged with the duly of guarding the public Merest When necessary it would also function to fee lhat the utilities had failplay when they were reasons!! entitled to some concession Irom Ihe public, which must happen sometimes. Supplv Company to real nual anaiaial return to the l.oyernment. which is published in the Oflicial Oazette. I have looked up the latest return 1 ran llnd In th.Reference Library. hich is a """' S5 M,!? "' blllties as of June 30th. 1948 No doubt this complies wi.h the law unless or until the Governor deems lit lo exercise his power to demand a complete and detailed examination of the record The balance th. I and issued capital at lhat date, with quite substantial amounts In general reserve and depreciation account. From sucn a brief statement it u of course impossible to s.of the actual cost ol generating electntin in Barbados, or whether Ihe protiis are small or large Since I wrote me article printed on February 25th I have received some interesting information about the electrical utility In British Guiana, from a source that 1 feel must be regarded as unquestionably accurate According to my informant the steam turbine plant there h..~ enjoyed an enviable record of reliable performance for many years past, and the rates at which electricity is sold are quite substantially below those in Barbados, while the plant may be fata-ly considered comparable with our. as to sue and general operating conditions. The fuel used Is crude al Irom Trlrldsd. I have since been -rying to think of any valid reason whj rent should be cheaper in B.C. than it is here I make a useful suggestion on this point' The Utility Commission that 1 visualise would be able to gather definite data on comparable plants as a useful guide in deeming where and how Barbadians might benefit from the cxiof other communities. Another function would be as an authority before which to lay grievances Since I have been in the Island I have heard quite a lot of people grumbling about the defect of the system, apart from in* serious condition that has existed during Ihe past 8 weeks or so However, it seems that al ursaei there is nowhere 10 go with a grievance. real ot imagined, whereas it could be a duty of the Commission to hear and weigh grievances, and in case of on that seemed legitimate, give th. Company opportunity to stale its case in reply. A well regulated at should make a point of planning for future grow.n and expansio. %  tor it, and .. trauld Comm.ssion to approve <.i plans, and if necessary to demano that proper and Un taken lo translate plan -.. so that the of the community a larded by a shoton the part of Company Directors. This ap % %  > m portant when the actual conlro of the Company is not in Barbado at all but in Englatory of engineering projects of al. kinds there have been man in which the policy that w... desirable technically has been >c aside for financial reasons, and v.. are surely entitled to the me assurance that this wli not be done with the I Barbados. What real asIhere be without a regulating body of son I -.. with the necessary a cal quahllcations and the authority to exercise the n diction over our mil r! At present we seem to be far too much at the mercy of gentlemen sitting in offices in London, who may or may not be genuinely unselfish In putting our best Interests before their own. It might take time to set up such a Commission :.s t have outlined above, as it would sumably call for legislation to be enacted. In the meant., situation with reference Ifl .pply is urgent, and the entire course of evenpast 2 or 3 years has bean lhat the need for a searching inquiry into the real cause, and possible remedies seems to be strongly indicated, as well as into the matter of the rates charged for the poor service given. So far as I can tell from reading the Acts, no special legislation is needed before Instituting such an inquiry, as the Itecstssao were written Into the Acts as they were pasted from 40 to 50 years ago. Now some energetic and publicspirited persons have taka with a view to presenting a petidnl that the tto be hoped that the public will respond wholeheartedly an I promptly by signing the petition Views On lto#< A comparatively short seawon .,! UM House of A-aembly la Tuesday was principally devoted to the subject of beer — at least a pleasant eiiouh topic A bill. moved by 111 iVUms, to regulate ing ul ihis cboti age was passed with little argument and considerable interest rod ruimiinits on the matter were made by 111 OOdrtoajM Ihe moit Interesting bMng the question of b i out that several local manufacturer* of mineral waters Iha importation ol H| that % %  l,|.,JMINi-d l,H'W'I> WlillUl Ml .ill probability I. ww. I wt-uld not consider it a wise move(or any b*r plant to be obliged DM bottles of other ..therwlM. tor wares It may be that the .of the proposed *>f* w f5 v I have already made plans for tno procuring H buttle* from an DOTside source, for having to rely ,;ili". ol foreign comueti0] ambiguous. Tba n...ti.i of prtea nui utl docttlt whrihtr the proposed brewery will prove a fl I ., dismal flop" -tin re. must be within the | MI which that ot rands most rnot Thirty-six cents, the . .' sn.i English b*r. t* out ol the lew salaried man. II laf" U .1.1. The brewery will have to dtj one would assume, almost entirely on the local market, for the prospects of exporting, on any large scale, do not appear to be bright. Other West Indian islands would be a logical market, but Trinidad, where a fair quantity of beer is consumed, have a plant ol then 1 do not. incidentally, re call seeing a bottle of Trinidad beer on any other island wltl | Tobago. Mr Al alert to the but his fears as to foreign comu from importations such as whisky nnw if Iha brewery intended to MToduca .i draNLlht beer from the wood. This might we. be thi in otheri v J • ,, ' **** world Druni Mat &f Bula al-> op*n %  nuirksrl In liiiili '..i CMh ., tahOMl %  cmtm ar* uasUl> rl\utuibi' rot ptuvp iBtrUruUrly nmiunssraliMJum how many wnuld B> In Ihaprvpoaswl taow ImluKrT would drpnd. m Mr Godtfetrd %  *•*. ••" u .uccMH of product If Uw prtc l> rftfti •.lid Uu> q utllH cult'Parable'• bf|MU, Ihne ahutild IM %  ibwqtNnt "" .. (airly Ui>. l M Mo. certain hon memberdid Mri knpe-iir to be) n> rnoiir ol ouUadfi tx-mins lo thin lttliK up bu<.ina, but Ihi-rs; r IM ntMd -S*t lorcirn Mpitf 1 Ihr brsw |—— nM OuMd* icttuiu In rrnployiiMni u %  %  1—%  Imukl. In UU-M UIMI, rc*iw ever >MHing' th* bra* Imluatry bsW-i-igbuy rwt OUSMO* *urpr. ictulU In rrnployiMnl Of loral 11 *-m. quite nsatunally, not T*AW*1^I .* to whether the company intend to produce mine than one brand ol beer oi whether they intend to IB also veemt to I local Ml* Arwrt tioni ihr mailer ol price, much t !" will depend on th* co-opef*m>n lail s'..ic. f.ubn and hotel.. Wllh Canadian brer now unobUlnabl*. A local product -hould conpar* lavotir. iud brand* ai ar* presently ... Htd may well prov vast I v Some o( the Imported be*r which lru M-iibr ht% U-tnl her* haa rrarmble* %  %  il •d I am unable lo *y. a* :.t rvay b* put Th*a are Miurt (ki. LB th* !**%  %  houlmx. no baUllnr. Ju* rouUne The prvvloui Tuaday I had barely had time lo **tU* down to mj i MM rudely •' thrown out lo |* a. i al KcnaUuton And nol to Ions aa i mm asnd t., •* %  laal i M a** : old day. will return, human oatur* Ihe Vegetables You Eal THE Caribbean ti %  iadcqualei md full employment and %  tandards for Iheir popcan mil continue lo neglect the pro.mmodities, sucn %  which represent a substantial ,. nditure in their import This is Ihe general conclusion reacl ,-clahlcs Trade of Ihe (.mlitx-aii seventh in the series of external trade bul latin* being published by the Central Secntariat of the Caribbean Commission, rhii conclusion is supported by comprehensive a showing imports of fresh vegetables cabbages, canned vegetables, pn tomatoes, potatoes, onions, peas, beans, and the like, into the territories during the thirteen vears, 1935—47. by weight, value .nd countries of origin The quantitv and destination of the exports I I commodities are also given, thus ing a complete picture of the Cl uation, and allowing the to decide for himself the truth or otherwise ol the assertion frequently made that the Caribbean territories produce what they do ni t consume and consume what they oroduce. TBis study indicates tne extent to which the Caribbean diet is dependent on h for its simplest requirements and tbi number of countries from which those imports mall in the aggregate II !" affords an example of one direction 11 .imiliar recommendations for the o. cation of Caribbean economy and the local production of basic foodstuffs, can be implemented. The "Commission territories combined %  (•presented in 1946 a market for 131.420 tona of vegetables, as follows: fresh vegetables, 3.809 tons; potatoes. 67,258 tons; peasi ana beans. 29,648 tons; onions and garlic. tons; dried, canned and preserved vegetables 17 715 tons. The total imports for 194b repre.ented an increase of 79* over the total IroT 1935. which amounted to 75.977 tons, as follows; fresh vegetable*, 3.227; p 3?.508; peas and beans, 24.602: onion garlic. 10.166; dried, canned and pi. 2.174. Converting the European currencies into States currency at the official rate! %  jf exchange then prevailing, the Con-rie. spent $4,475,584 US on theii table imports in 1935 and S18.33u.32b. or lout times as much, in 1946. Two further considerations of great sigiuli cance emerge in the present currem •nt to which these imports h:uropean territories originate In hard .-urrencv areas, the United States and Canpies may be cited Uniteu trade in fresh vegetables with Jamaica, Bahamas and -Martinique; Canada's doii.inI the potato and onion trade of the British We*t Indies; the large imports ol peas and beans and dried, canned and preserved vegetables from the United State* mto the Bahamas. Jamaica, Martinique, St Kttsmd St. Vincent. "The acute shortage of dollars in the t anb bean", the bulletin slates, in might well be i of a leak for which no obvious necessitj if apparent. The second consideration is, perhaps, more .. representing an active, rather than a passive, attack on the dollal :,ither than saving dollars, I: cation of Caribbean .1 from its ither than a purelv insular aspect, th I bard currency areas in the Caribbean area whose getabls* corntituta one of the most promising sources of dollars foi Caribbei i is. Those %  Puerto Rico and the Netherlands West Indie*. hi not to find it lm-. book continues "to produo tables which could hold their own in. local markets with imports from distant l-atin gag pt, Cyprus, Madeiru. Rumania, and ,, I Caribbean tomatoes, especially lo %  r Puerto H bers to the Ol ** increasing export" of vcart.ihles from the Dominican Republic 1" Netbtrlandi Wi 'no the is. together with the export the Bahamas, are seen as so an putcnlialiti. ... increase the i %  I In this i. .urn linn, the most hopeful dec. is felt to be i' vegetal.: ports not only In the local market bul also in Barbados. great difficulty bcrore which %  %  '""i"'...ii. Ihe a small conlorence 01 •..Ustical officers 'this vear. ind the Commission's Central So : Ing the tarlfTI the esstnlial commodities imported hv Ihem Deleihen have this inlorthai .is.—c.c. Tins DANISH CREAM 3^ "" Asst. Tins ENGLISH PLUMS 40 NS RED LABEL BEER ... 26 2 1 (OLO-VVtUli SIOHas WE HAVE Al.l'MlM .M SINKS with Double Drain Boarf, M.IMINL'M SINKS wilh Single Drain Boare, AM 'MINI M SINKS, N ins. x IS ins. gNAMEL SINKS. 21 in~. x lb ins. h M basVXlltJ PORt 11.A1N SINKS. 27 ins. x 18 ins. PORCKI.AIN BASINS. 25 x 18 ins. & 22 n %  (with or without Pedestal) COPPER PIPE, *to„ 'J in.. ',in.. & |i,i„. and ntthlgl WILKINSON II.VVNIS CO., LTD., Succeiwn I. C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. Phones: .472, 4687. from our Bis Selection of CRETONNES nd the Popular Howered PLAN 111 MM. K> W.I K SHOW!* CWM" DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT A REAL Ol II IIIAIHHN ls%Vl Everybody Walk* In tin MM*!* Bruad rod .In I'adook mm %  hould walk with i: stopped spf-'bkiutc I that from U \o.M him. I diked mj KMtn. / uulhttll I F A %  If Mr Baeannoa (JIU to comHtttuMi a v nual (icneral Meeting, then that in nettht-t fault inn mum me, howt Aith f il A F A The publu ii. but •till not short ciiouBh for the ng public of Barbados to foi get that only last >ewv Mr Shannon was p i tins another" O S roIM'IN Mom ,,,,SN AMOUNT FOR TIIEVFARTO30T1IJINK. I IMS .,. ^^ ,„, IMS C 1M7 t uiislrati.ii B y Expenses in London a Barbado.. Secretarial aers'ices Audit mnittoa expenses, cablas. printing 4 lUtionr^r. jeri (£1.350 I Bdviaor> C It,a Miaeellaneoua experuea provision (or preclatlon of Plant and equipment 7.500 7.5O0 prollt on tradlnf .. Interest, discount transfer fee. .. Interest on Tax Re*rve certificates IMS 1 1947 t 34.177 34018 353 119 447 11-' 13.500 13.500 for lU.OOO 10.000 ,.,rd 1,*SJ 1.S5H £25.1(2 C25,'.a8 %  IVES SHIKE CAPITAL THOK1SKD I. ISSl ED 1200.000 brought down StJM B a I a n a brought forunili 1.95B 1,853 I DELIGHT FOR THE FAMILY THIS WEEK-END £23,162 £25,458 Mill IV ^lllir CockUll Sherkin. CockUII Sausage Corklall PeanuU ,,i,,. Potatoes ii..i. i linn..n ii,.i P'oealine PkM i slerj llralU 3.UI 2.643 / /.. In. i/v lifum SIR eal taar n.*m of tbr : ll [ UM Oiieraii •• tl SUPPLY COatXMLATIOM LTD taken from ,:i<49 vision haa been made for of ins* 124 637 Balance being 23.204 23.805 £34,649 t34.6ii7 T.. The Idllor. The Advocate. NIK R nceasion ol the aeeond A | Service." over %  m-ecMtto. %  loan •!! on. r>h. denoi [34,649 £34.907 munlt.v in genei •. i ... 1 ho; more people to spend this of an hour Ii these service.. deepen r.ed and lo Ihe Mann,. ..deait be r. lhat no other item be Mih-.* place. A great aervl being render. i "Early Da broadcast. M. V TAYLOR. MEAT DEPT. Ill : I llll W ~H H* i.ni %  mill i "\ IOH01 i A r< ,W** Hou^'hoW"?£2&U Kni.Ha C" (HIDDABIP



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FRIDAY MARCH 1. MM Clerks' Wants ( nion Many More Members iber>hi)> waa it the raeenl meeting of the I felt that of members the betiei chance lot the Union u i WBI promised after the i on March U. %  UfNUAL GENERAL Association of Barbados. %  %  no -1 tt, Synagogue buiid^^HlOCiiP Lane 8.00 night. • „, (tecidea to hold its local. •MJ* Mvi : MOD^Md the Intercolonial Meeting! JKa-Uun^-iy •>" %  > Tin.; r %  SDO "• baWpteo. pHBf out oi correspoiuU'iHv MV was read from '.in* British E£ai Athl i'iC^ivciir.i-'.i. Farnum to take Ci&l Mi I iMrsl>rda> cvniiiii. Sugar Workers' Houses Should Be Repaired With Welfare Money ordinary members also Committee of They tfl [t May< R JurfcMr i. i! Cyrus. Mr. C. Cal1 Mr. C. W. Wlckham. and retired athletes ft! Hsad graciously consented to i knowledge to young l and apart froi f appeal was made for memhope of better ring obtained this year tfear 18 the S.P.C.A. Tag People who pass r Square, along the pavePsy the Public Building, after 9.00 o'clock n I %  > rollcctink money and he ^ collecting it jii order tc |kit other pals. other collectors (not Etui time) will be seen (the City and the .suburb: rilheld t-< assist in raising P.CA, in order i in turn may be able to the good work they i doing for so many State for the Col The Puii ..„. nuHH, oi each section of then tion and performed some excrllent %  Btions. A huge crowd surrounded tho grounds and exhibited i keen lcasure. Just before the .lisplay began, the crowd were from %  nterlDC. but when 'he parade got fully underway. 0gd in with thai degree "i exeftfement which was not to be thwarted, even h\ the burly % %  Among those | A W I. Savage, wife of Hli K\place referred •ilemy the_ Governor, Dr. 11. GjCUnUar action Says Si. Thamm Vestry IBN ..f the parish of St. Thomas llunk thai „ f !"* the repaii of the house. In the perish in ihe augar Industry Th" of these houses „re m a very bed %  „,„„„„„. 'rhej h money ahouU I abll ,,„ lfc %  "' playing fields at any other purpose. • nine these niflMUooi wore passed by Ihe Vestry to ue forwarded to Government. The mailer wai retaed bj Mr > A. Walcolt, who in to a somewhat that had been ,••' '' '' Ml II. A taKc-n In Iho VaatCT of St James Dowdlns. M.C.P.. Mr. C. W. John. Tmfl ^ daddad ^>n. Mr. A. J. II. liansehell. Cit.that the Labour W.lfaiv Fund J %  M ' :, :" :i; '-' and Hi nandh-d •"" ,l1 "' 11 ' %  %  • in. ,,f IIKJ.t. Col. J. Council and Ml I Ihe Fund tor playini Conned wai all very well, ttv Display rk'tins iconudered, he said, but on the The display began with (lie 11""* '"" ,d lho v thousht the Police Band, who made a breczv houses of a^ i tetvrtfj ing light music. Next on the sward Police dressed in day dutj unlrorm. then Police dressed in night duty uniform. The Riot Squad came next followed by the Harbour Police and Fire Brigade. The sixth branch was the C.I.D. in plain cloihes. These wenby UM Writ tevtn, Mounted Policemen imtgeitd and the rear was brought up by Motor Cycle rknn and Polka transport vans. t this itan tl oat Ihrillin;. The Riot Squad d> tba many tacilcs raqulatta In tha q H a turbulent mob, much fa light of the crowd. Uoo of tiltaquft upon mock rebels and aitar .i feigned squabble, arratti Another went Kb their n third. posed to have reached the height of its fury, were forced to Are two rounds of In the drdl without orders which followed, the | %  gaged ihowi %  IVM well %  naJ phase of UM V.-;IS UM Poliea Band Cadata* varaion of a Drill 1 > Tba Cadeti nva their display in the form of a humour pantomime. They marched around, with •he while, and jerked their fret in rhythmical majmar. %  r playing the "Batn -God Save the King." Sugar For England Mill' Specialist" (4.445 mi shed its loading he %  [at Liverpool and bound via Antigua. The "Specialist" has been I nera u \ tout d i I f. Co. Ltd Combermerutn Reunion Today Now that repairs to the ComSchool Hall have ,i,:hly reunions on the nrst Friday of the month of the Combernvere Old %  today at 8 p.m. Through the courtesy of the %  liim show, in which Brl the Olympic Games. W< :ii on Road Safety will Aftar the dim show there will be the usual games ana of the Football Section will meet arrangements for the 1950 season. LEAVES FOR GRENADA TODAY Quantities of sugar. larJ. and general cargo have been loaded on schooner "Marci Henrietta" which Is scheduled tj leave here for Grenada to-day This vessel is consignSchooner Owners' Assi Schooner "Sunshine R." 125 toni esterday s arrivals al this port. II from Martinique under ballast Messrs. Barbados Import & Export V NE1 FORKM V\ dock is n who has should FtM Sugar Workers Mr Walcott said that had been started three and the contribut. of St. Thomas, so far, was $149,770 It did seem unfair that thev could only be allocated $12,750, according to the suggestion bj ment of granting 11.90 of population. They i 8,500 people in tho parish. Mr. J. Mahon said that at the time the Fund was started, the dea was that it was to be utilised for the workers in the HI ffTort to improve | .is to be iscd for budding houses, eat a b-1 Uahing playing ii else. The Vestry, on the suggestion A Mr. Walcott, finally passed the | Resolution which "The Vestry of St. Thomas is of the opinion th.it in v.. bad condition of many of the [ UM empaoyai partab, a i greater portion of the n the Lalmu Wei: be utilised for the purpi pair to such hot! That the funds allocated to %  baau M the ?=ugar prodi That indivi ... repairs to houses should be free granu slmUar to UM fi i made to factory %  ii UM itehabilitation Fund. •Thiit UM money of the Labour !>e used without I!' : > part of ptayin i-ose." Playing Field Another matter which anguad much if the attention ol of estabing field in the parish. %  %  *La plan to them for %  playing lieldr This included a %  %  %  %  %  :iig Held was Horn the Labour Welfaie it .i letter from the Social Welfare Officer had informed : Government was only • grant the Vestry $1.50 per head oi popul.i'ii waning with tha 1 down throughout the island, I the light out thai hawing regard t<> UM population being only 8,50o U be $I2.75 the establishment r.f a proper they could not agree to the prepotal. The playing field < appointed to in: on the matter. Mr. J. Mahon was the first to • %  that It was his I'::' i:ior-in-Executive CamHe was prepared to even go further and to seek to find out whether or not the parish would The Vestry had sen' ernment. the report of the Playing Field Committee 1049 As Chain r mlttaa. he had ii of the pan House of Assembly, to meet him loen suggested. They met there on August 9. %  he had with him and field won: not show any disagrr. • he took the opp l>r. C ummins as a member of the to do his them to g ihe money for the playing LMdTat an ea.iv date. On August 2* then I | Of the nui i tun he again %  'mg Govern* OWIM, to do rant as aulcJUy as possibia, The> promJJMd to do K *ar !3 he received i la] Weifare Officer, through the clerk of the Vestry. It was an Invtt tba two other members Field Committee it the time appointed and then dMeuaatd various things She informed them UM Vestry • On PCP i Hntish administration. development w as twice once due to the fall of the pound In 1931. which led to rerenchment. and subsequently due to the outbreak of war in 1939 Now. however, the territory k undergoing a phase of rapid development ifg, ,, umue of ways. ji is V erv ring In mineral. Diamonds, gold. In) eah and others jre itrtaoy brinr exploited. The pink diamond which was presented to Princess Elizabeth an her marriage to Prince Philip came from a mine in Tanganyika which U the property of Dr. Williamson There are aka P u„. faa4 to devHap oth^r minrrai. whteh have been dlneoiered |„ Larg, q ttM ,tiUes. lead, coal ,,n,i iron ore being the principal nner, \irteultural industriefe are also Oourishinc Sisal b> orodueed uid reported ir very large qoanUUes. Coffee aad eoiton are unoni other product*. There la atoo the groat round mil scheme which in beinc run bj Ue Overseas Food m. nrod aad JeprcivW. ihe rcaion > %  il.il MM blood Ihin *i>l rkr -nhowi coouih rod btoodour ncr^o^ J( c . aod uodnmni*oJ. Mew reO l^.crsaKlM Wtwi >ou need it %  counr of Sanaiogen Nn Ml sinutiten' .omhirtci iha two great body-buildin| (.K>di—Offjanic phoiphorui and protein vvfinh huild up new rod cotpat^ks %  n your Mood and fd > aw <*oakoaed net**.. Ihu. day h* da. aUMag yeat body -.an nur' voBo ai a. iul J. Ig..in, jnd happiaraa Si-rt course of Sanaiogen i*j y d aSMBBfMl mmd gHBjMna restores health. >outh aad titality urn rone FOOD • %  aV. B .V.V.V.W.V-V. POULTRY FEEDS OF ALL KINDS by PURINA Now obUinablr irom II. Jaiaon Janr% & Co.. ltd FAULTY BRAKES LIONEL H. RAMSAY 0. Chelsea Road was fined 20/and 2/costs in 14 days or one month'. bnpriatwjnant by His Worship Mr II A Talma yesterday for drivin, OM motor car M-1S3H Street on February :\ with meilltient brakes. KAIIIIAIMIS S.F.C.A. A.WIAI. TUUa MAY 3rd March welcome our collectors to-dey and give gener1 inee el .mimal welfare in Barbados. Ik fc r those who cannot speak for themselv 25 YEARS AGO (Barbados Advocate. March :i. IMS) THE VISITOR Our face, flush up like red rose.Otarbeeaa aad am craaiittu ache; f>mn the lips of our noses, right We burn and are shake The world an horrid; All happiness Bees from v law, Our Language is florid, tcmpeiature torrid; Us UM Plui TIs the Flu: W. 1. wc smart .in.l IN OUR I IMS HUM GLASS TOWELS. 77c. each KITCHEN TOWELS. 4c., 74c., and 78c. each DAMASK NAPKINS, 65c. each lHlCK TOWELLING in While, Gold. Green, Blue and Kose al 70c. and Sic. per yd. YELLOW COTTON OUSTERS 26c. and 36c. each C. F. HARRISON & Co., (B'dos) Ltd. DIAL 2664 HllUvTS HUKMOME *KIN mXAM (1GAPX11X UUHTMW S N r*K iNsn-r I^WDTJI IIK rooTH Biuwnta THMUatDs wroa; MOUTH FU\SMCa ] ptnl. ', caa, I ml TKIKMOS I .mil ri^XKS KIT-AN |IIMJ> PRUKBUB, KITI'MEN scistaona IAMIMAVOOI, purrn rwwurmjM with Map of THIS CHAP LOOKS PLEASED WITH LIFE C L OIL HM*jojftn Km.EM MA1-T M1KO JoAP MonOAJfl POMADE > MDBH VI.,UAIIII. inpa IHaMH PlaOWBR ataUM iaiAcmn. IKJAIIITT**. BATII !APB 'TEX SAO. POIJSH IIAVRRB ASPIRIN avi IMrlUm TOBAOCO ia.ll ktiula .•AM*A.li IJ>!.. lUtilAlJCAHT SOAP lalJVK A PALai SOAP 'I sr. MATOICK WHU.irrs POA| TAR Fo*, your bed-room... Everwear CHENILLE BEDSPREADS War. I..IS (;r-en Rae Mae N x lav Farh •Is. 7e a N. Each >I7J1 Hlra. hrd llrm.lluked LINEN 1-II.I.OH CAM* II 2 Bleachrg HrouUtcked Uaea BA. TOP PllXflW CASES. JI 11 KMl.II IS LTD. PHOENIX PHARMACY CAVE SHEPHERD Sc Co., Ltd 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street



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\i I SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE 'KIDAY. MAR(n J, mnu'iH'i FOOD YEAST For Style Teefh \m Loot* T*.m „-,„ (h ,, „ Mf|f|K Tr.rt Month w M££*JV* I-MA? thai ,u .**„ 5^" -N ^'^ %  mono l*m en riarn .£ %  "** '* % %  Snecia 1 !-; designed for Barbados, this black Patei c Oxford is now on show in leading stores. See them for yourself. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right PAINS I THE BACK DOT"" kBowtta, rue of btcfcadK ta^r cumulate and tht na+ZgZ 53sr.-atS5; bKtoci icuom %  rrvr conieqtnct. Faw.^* U c 2i" T D ** %  I ""> !" I*I*I" ^ lm Iran boo,_ A —-Ti .K|—; •II mb v ."I De Witfi Pin. lulactuftd under g eoodrttooa and the <^nm forro to rifid Iv Juoi 4 %  DEWtirai: 7Ae World's Best Concentrated Vitamin FOOD for. .. Children and Adults. YEAST the greatest modem food discovery, supplies Vitamin B2 for a balanced diet, and for extra Proteins so necessary to health and strength. Add Food Yeast to your normal diet and yuu will add more body energy and better health. Rcconm;noed Dailv Rition half ounce tor each pi cteert spoons) can be isktn mixed witn CotOP. nttl*. Fruit ,i, oi itMftd •> %  '•• COOkittf to Soups. Kl Stews. %  Ad Minces. Porndre etc Order your supply to-day from your Grocer or I)ruKt£i'*t. Distributed by MDSMN HI A IO.. LIB. Distributors WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. Inc. B. G. Announcing the arrival 1950 PRBTCOLD REFRIGERATORS 4.44 c.f. capacity See the New Features in IheteALL STEEI. BODY. SEALED UNIT. wilh a 5-year Guarantee Lei U demonstrate these to Yntt. IT. WM. FOGARTY LTD. (INCORPORATED IN BRITISH GUIANA) THE HOUSE OF HOUSEHOLD LINENS OUR AFTER-SIOCK TAKING CLEARANCE I SALE BEGINS ft wValueP


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^r rRIDK. WWII CLASSIFIED~ADS MjH £n **** %  1 Ml tfNT I (\TO' 1 ..— %  POUND .""• word CkT, chart* 1 AS r ICBUC SALES 1 jjCTlOV AND REAL ;" agfAfE p" %  * Itn* 1 30 M H—jen./' %  iC.'<* linr-> %  •JC NOTION OS i M %  HpfG DltoCATB GOF. TillBARBADOS ADVOCATS I 3 SO-^ M nunlf, 8MA1*. [•wan .— ~< '""" %  MS." 5 Mm IN MEMORIAM fTUELIM. KO:KOA ,\KI %  ft %  • •** C*lkd • • * *W Miiniueh Cory-* f>n fMM"iOw i**w. i" %  < \ FOI. •JAI.E 'TARArt %  AUTOMOTIVE %  oVi. iUU iiotn .irunit ar drtvm. in %  .-.,) i MM*.*prlcr Apply SI KjMMiSttWt. 23'i SO— It. f I* i Hill B 0 Dodsr Ctiaiom Si%  fiw drlvon -—• %  die Co Ltd 3 1 V An %  Ibdrl mnwr drlvri Vg CO Lui 1.3 D ae-^huxbaH Twci, B Mndiii k %  %  >' 3 s. so—an >-1 Prvfcri IR4H moorl || \.Hiv Unt Baft %  Mai mi rutin IWIGHTWOOD-On ... ,, %  i %  lln ""1i'n Build I CM** tl-y v*rm iMMn. sch. u. %  %  naaraa I i'h a*,,. 1 ,. T n ;" "" i.udanjiui 7... S*„" n-we !" a '1 V 1*1, *rr. blm. M Noeieen. flch Mnllv N JeAM C.pl % %  IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION j~i Wirebta. .West Indte.. J ,j "— •• ,. ," %  Itl^lMtllll fi(9*J />/ w ^ GmtO$ • PRAGUE. March J \ MNJWtrt, n %  :he court —li %  M V Met. r-n I FIIII M vnrinv %  B ES — y 10 BMlMB VMSI W i!!!?! ,,, *_C<> Dtpt 10 victor Pepto-Biumoi FOR jfrSfy 5TQWACM FOR BURMS^r UUtVI) ! ^if "o*m iNMcnoN ^fl F **WI HIAUMO X^EtnBff NOWKH<^|> „ O00(:i „_ J!S* VA > i v i IMDAU ll.!h£. 'u'!_ ""^^ •!. Col .*,„ : %  .... M,! ".' %  "— '. •bcuki l i Ll CIA lt Knl.1,' %  -*"••. Cto J.,„i, JAme. 1. vm. Aim. Lc* mM. ^^ .^— "inanMimi. S5a. w S£l*22^ A1 "" 1 '• w .AKTIU, Mr ,„.„,A.„.. ,„ SK o/ U.S. Govfrnmenf /"/o/ To Be Moved WASHINGTON. M ""llnil Tnun.,1 %  ... .ofj^j raqulnd in ... ion. Tonl mm „ n .... r iM — ruler. PAGE 9KVES Fire Breaks Out On Ship I.AWASM %  U>U (Mil *t'cro it Untini i-arRo rnvn. u.tckw^ had unloadfil bulk oil from the other hold* of AM I |n %  11 it tit u v,-^-,-*v-,v,-r.|S Pnfrssiml \oii-r I Th. pflw off Dr t V fi "*-h and iaao in ; A rtton to ,il,* , A n.ARKF.. O Publisher Apoloqties In Court Italy To Stage Cycling Championships PARIS March ? 161 world Brawl rh;implonsh.ps. II %  •-'Kni'rr i I.ON; \ LNKllin puLliKhrr to-da\ % %  ip*tlOfiai in rourt tfl ManoM. Austrian-horn Aiiriitiiu industrials and ex-husband of I dim star Dott> Lamai %  I tishmg a murder iv.. i which an ex-Austrian name Mandel was -elerred to as head oI Hang. A "subsUrtv %  %  '(Trndmi pass*res arr hemi ex umtad from further llau n.\rl. the COUn*tl I M UM St. Thomas Vestry From Page 5 i %  t. HI They replied that P with this ;nwhy be%  houid be penaliscti fo? %  .£' """"w Co., Iroppv I nvk< NOTICE -p-*l-PmES P. •• rmp' BHt bcvlltnt. himtinff or Watch *i O** 1 '' ; -i^ 2S %  iiv.n .A, %  wTMmi.fc%  PBED J ASHBY Cnurckwardw a* Panh o( si \ a.3 soS^eilvo FOOTBALL NOTICE RICAL fHANICAL %  TULEt CARHirjt CYf-MS-AI*. f^!*S?';^• , -" ,, *• r—< An? • Co rrjKfliau si. Dial MM, T 9.50—tf %  paaf RaMl I. I 3 SB-Jn L_croxs i. -.u a Co ud 3.3 SO— 3n %  I -nrouS'lIM FbolbSri,' 0# '" rom %  "".',,.. ?* %  "" w. fan: III BSSi Cotrnpondmcr %  %  %  %  1 <.OVI;K.\>IEXT VOIM IS MM bta H.MIMI. i,in no n ,.,.,, ,„ ,„ t ^ u MMK 'III HIM V|. HOSPITAL •he supply „r FRK.S! for UM period 1st April. 1950. 10 31.• Marrti I •n .lioulcl bo iramea in terms of 100 ,, %  ••nwitf ^ .bout 100 to ruo obuined mm the UnUI Hotpiui Men mjuHwd twden ta m, .uppi> ,., rrart MIL. to .. Hwpllnl" i„kined to the Colon,. r.rt not to .. / nfT.rer l,v um) will be revived ot the Colon,.; OfBce up to 4 p.m. on MOIKUQT the Ulh of Mareh. tMt 4. The Government does not bind itself to nM l„any lender. EUANEOUS B> MEATS -w*i Haaj, .,1 KidM Pud Jta* tUd , i Ui nrn : Bin-hum Si 1 V : %  1 3 SO 2-, UWTIEED KAILS %  ? %  w Hi.leh„v p .-. i | r* it. and ii %  ndf.. ,, TrilALc*, Strn MAM |.>ua> LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE %  %  oi ww si i„ ,*„„, %  %  % %  H ill, s. [ SU^r '*' '-— %  a*-t %  iMh M..nh I son. %  m al Priiicr Court. li^ i SYDNEY II M'Mv' Pnllc* MaahMl-at*. DM I MMlllts Kll BIRIALS AT TIIK I.A/.AWrrr(l AND MENTAL IIUNriTAL UDHNUUtS ui trlnlkate, runwj " C nial Secretary ,„,. I Mi to ar.y *e Colonial Secretary! Offlce UU IWl ,h,v at Manli. IHO, f,., Iht lumi-.li H-'INS ANIMIKAHSKS :.., bultal ol iiimales 01 Ih, l.ilal for the period 1st April. 1950 to 31st Much, 1951 UUd hy %  Iclt, • analni io DMOOM bound Ml %  n poundl for ihe due perform..ii,r .., • rmneni d.> not bind Imii i l %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  Instil,, i %  MM r -.,-• •--v Itttlp n.rd Kit JT-I tf-yi i, ii„. i |B|R| %  | =TiCr,.S!SV M """ 13 IV •'"•HODIXTIDN-. , %  ML* toi An Dciu.rln.-nt have tml iiiUvntinc col%  **' %  — ^^ r... .,, • %  ,1,.. %  "AT*—Thr* (J PaN JB Mrrrltt. Cndbbmr. %  FttnUb*l|r ll-ln • -. HAKNTJM-Ono' lT "* %  * I $1S0 00 llv 11 SOlit Fllll.li HALKS AITTION BTAUJOM IBBVai I | a JMIMIIC.I bred h.„. Beanqu,, ., ,. L!I ,,, ,„ I b* fold .c .u.t, I,' .'"•.""'"< *"" %  Ir""< "in <-• ,. ,l aUo said that the ,\„'.imttep bad decided not to allow urieullural land to be used ,„ th malclm of pl.yuui |,g.| d UM ,nr that It would d; %  <"e the island's economic relouree.. He did see some •i tint because thev hM %  lion to feed. "', ,ttee. however, had • Irrady looked .round and could •' d ,,o piuture I. %  statement of Misnind. they .rr.nned to take her "vereda piece on -i,d of about I 3b* ihoujthl that wu mod and he promised to rontwi the owner nuld sell it He UI the owner he could n,,t M he hM UM ,f buildlnc a house on the land. %  '"on said thai nunicated this to Miss Ame and Mind her to put up Iheir orl*. nal scheme ai there was no al. .riualive. seven months after theyl •H up their schemes, thev had imt a reply Mylni thai %  $1.50 per head at "Ion and that in eeruln would be made "i"K Field i under any j" II one halfpen,,, and ',.. onj lhat with their iK.pulnlion .,t H.500 ,t was I.I.IIK.SCI that they w. ,,'d Ret $IJ,760; thai I asked to reduce their original "" 59 3 IHT cent. In fall %  %  I n .,.< %  MI. I, ., itup ,1 i, r.riih's o ,lnlii,i ,,„ SHIPPING NOTICES FURNISH GOOD AND EASY IHEMONEV-SAVINGWAY Mtmicha Canadian National Steamship^ -Y Ktl.. i CANADIAN i MALI.ENOW LADY RODNEY Al \ Ml. OH it a. IN 'ADYnorjejEY LADY NM % %  s i^uv RODMfl UDY RODNVY UAD. M4.-.IN 1AUY t:uDNEY ", rranu-d RNDBU FOR i m HI i-i-Lv Qf I KI sii MILK TO Till: I. A/ARETTO Upply oi FHESH Ml! R rtod Isl April, 1930. to 31st March. 1951. iKiers should be framed m terms of 100 pint .... • %  \ iitfia m. and l 30 p m --— %  ;,s !" k :' -he s,.,,,,^,,, "rU"..!^. move 'hat ih InlbrmaUon n\ %  I i %  Minute amount Uur U '•it. put into the Labour Welf.ui rund is S00.T7O. Durin| i>erlod the parish Of ^ hn.s put $56,970 i "I $1.50 per head of %  — would only get J! h i for the supply of Fresh Milk to U j J, ," h SMrd to UM Colonial Secretary tnoi si imreasonabir I the Colonial SecTeUry's Off... up to I pm ' would like to ny the 13th of March, 1950. 0. (O.TC COP dimwit • To bo told i hi|h-t biddr. ... l-addork at 4 p m Oi Matrti 4U. Irupfcuon at the paddock I 1 SO%  :. Br Inftnictloci. nf the inI IH -ell on ntlDAY 3..1 I ttta Park mf FORD td into P|<), Damagrd by Are Tttrmi Cah R ARCHEP AnWtQMSM I i sor A Nt-* aaMu-ln Chvka, No UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER BY rrrumm4riidation o( Llo>,i Aja>t %  • will -II on FRIDAY Uif Jrd M,i,, ***** I*. Cmli nfw .,., i. iiAoa rone SALT *.*• IS M ..clil, TVrma Ca-b IlltANKJBR. TROTMAN A Co AucUonwcT* 1 3 SO. n the 13th of March, 1950. nol bind itself to ar--: %  > %  * w mvui ,i|miiiiTi I*J ;i iim. i,.i:t II ii v •** %  ,. V II —" ,..,,„ u, be.,, ... %  pounds for the due p, ittthida „, aj I • %  JUSI like :ha' REAL ESTATE F :nso^AL %  Hlta*,!***^ *t"ed MAII.I % %  a-T' %  '! hold mvM>'f •"ANK orrnoni e t a rliA eld m ph.i.. %  P "lel £j.-:'i,' S~*ia. m 22" ear d>, %  %  %  br „ .. RcBro, -. i-ANDwot* .quara feet o( Vpply C B Coir. C Cnl* ft Co Ud Roebuck S.r**i • li wntiaidBY. N*> 1 l'aaa.,1 -nodan, houi* In a rmUM :u>4 RoMMi ..'-iii) thai r.-x„i... hag %  bra* k*ii.a>. .nandali. kltrham & ] %  %  "*> %  % %  on sitMuid rloor no* t> The aarajpn n %  *]. %  >, *nh •ton* Al UM prior ...-: % %  %  jdcnr* u vnrUi u H— UI.K B1ADON. Booi bUtr A#, PMMaMMI IMlMHaf; Fta* i MM) i'i.v>: irsTMv aldatan I >• %  < oony teundl}' for-lmcl. *•• nh .! %  ; .•i V-noridah. lauwaSl. broofcfI ..ii.h.n ] kilaawM. u.. i !" -rd mon ThM aim-Mi ne* k •r!rt F.iahb... • A BfaAnoN R*.l taUW "Mwi. PlanlMtOna t> I * 1 3 SO*'s, w %  AarMr rlilijl. liktllaMB.Mi "— i UATUA, : . ULADON I K-tatr ACanta. PtantatSoru "> 11'hone *0*0 1 ) 1 II MILKS FOR 1'RESlf MEAT SEAI,F. TKNDKI1S In UplloaMl m-iked OB UN ( FRJ I on, :he iffantaj Hospital Lazarvito for Uupattiod Is' April. 1950 to 31st March. lt! ier must bo accompanied by a lettn peron known to ;>o*aes %  tm the sum 3. All meat must be of Oh slaughtered at lh Marxet Slaughter House and froah meat be delivered to i.-millions . be obtained from the Heads of the Institutions i-oncrrned. Attention is drawn I al of Prices (Defence) (Amendment! order, 1950. No t> .-huh will be published in the Official Qaaetti of Thursday. 2nd March. I960. 2 Under this Order Uv ,'.num wholesale arc as follows: — 2nd March, 1950. .... ..,. K „..., „ ,IJIIII: ..' ha Governor and put ihesc far .mi, i>ecauae ...... .., u tnalter of weeks and is not awai of these th.ns. I know ha is a economist, a man of figures an will appreciate the few figure* ran supply I '.. on the matter and befi-r %  ecapt a reduction l a ;rom the Board The Churchwarden Mr K d supported the moti... lhat as a member of the •riling ARTICLE SALMON PRICI (not more than) I24VQ0 per case of 48 j 1-lb. %  :. %  $41 10 per case of 96 ) 'i-lb. '. $526 per 12 W-lb. Un<| $23.ao per case of 48 1-lb. tins or J $5.87 per 13 1-lb. Una j $25.28 per rate of M | %  T -lb. ^ $3 24 per 12 'i-lb Uns) $28.18 per case of 48 | \ns or *7 19 per 12 l-lb. tins j $31 04 per case of 96 ) ins or K taXf par 13 H-lb uns| RKTAL PRICI (not more than) 85c par tin I 28c. per tr. 62c. per tin Me. per tin %  "•" Jii* um me When one went to Miss old him one thing and a hen he wenl to Dr. Cummins he -id something else h. would be lacking in their riutv U lot let the public know iiai it wu not their fiult if they •a depri. ed of a playing held Facia Should be Known Mr Saudiford pointod out thot 'he argument put forward bj i.overruneni about preaervitu table land, was all right but aa not poaalble to get pastu ba pariah for this playint 1 ad been vary well seen Moat of the land was igrtcultur-. land and no landowner was going turn his land Into pasture land ->< a use The ..ovenu i %  iiiuinttee wanti i a playing held. Itie etll


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Friday March :i 19J. Barkens fltowcate Hrlcci IVK CENTS Vf.r 53. Truman Would See Stalin In Washington Thomas Cook Is New Under Secretary For Colonies 0lee Announces Junior Ministers LONDON, March ;. p R IM! MINISTER. Clemen! ,\„l,,. | n „i K hl = „„ .,, I thr m" junior minister* i' I he (iovernment The and senior minister* have :ilre,id> neon tl. isli-rs iiinmum tl art I'arliamrnlarv %  M TV m 131 SIGN PETITION JtKEL) into action by the *e -,: %  ity cuts lh.it BBfbffr. imposed for nearly two lb! now. the sinning of petiBl aeufig the Governor to ptr to be carried out n tive%  note Investination into the %  lanf of the Electric Company Bjanf force. About 131 conpn of electricity had signed ffte end of the business day %  terday evening, and many pre ire expected ic do so toI the Advertising Department of ^ %  iBrtc started to receive mora Iron Wi ,-. in relo an advertisement iBf in the Advocate signed |Uin Coe. on In-half of the Consumers' Associatl fcbldos. Twenty people signIB Wednesday and 91 more yesterday Md copies uf the petition Attributed to some Broad %  lores yesterday, but few Bfned at these |.l... M that there will be many i the stores | one of the brightlays of the week. ten many people try parishes come Doctors Too I were among yesterday's The electric cuts are I their X-Ray practice no About half of the petitions Inched the Advocate were lb* hand while the other tare posted There was no Mpttitfofters. but [assay stream all day long. ^ftr* purposes of the it'll Investigation are, to rgftptr generating equipIn be installed, to have (supplied M proper voltage p cheaper rales, examination I finances of the Barbados Supply Corporation, to if the surcharge on bills and why the an tall* paid promptly "red to 20 per d the appointment of a m Public Utilities ComI with full authority over (rites and capital financial lajner* I ppptl "l i i\ I the -i and Finanr • serrrUry to the \dmiraU> : An Ministry Parliam-Mi< nder Secretary — Aida -.vley %  :r "I I h i \\ijtiiMi Pa.%  mi il.;i. s> -, : ar > :--., i Ick Colonial Otter Parliim-n.ar I nder | eretan < omin mwealth Relations Par l.amenUry fader Srrrrtar% Lord Holden MlaMT] of Food Parliamentary Secretary Stanley Norman Evans Forelrn Oflice Parliamentar t'nder Secretary — Ernes Albert John 11 Home Office Parliamentary In der-Secietary — Geoffrey D Ministry of Labour Parllamen Ury Serreun Frederick Ministry of National lmuirane' I'arlianientaM -.%  r--t.*r\ — Harry Bernard Taylor. Scottish Otter ParliamenUrv Inder Secretary garet .MrRone Herbson —Rcuter But Would Go To Moscow As A Tourist Only WASHINGTON. Hatch >. |\ MORI; < ATM.OKU \r TKKMS HUM ,„. ... awtey* occasion, l'r.-s,dnii Tl ui.ni-. .H M| w.vklv l'i. I '" '"' %  icircli-.l IBJ MMHtilfo ol his ..oniu. HoiCOM to .lisciKs with GAnefutaftlmo Stalin the nauui d iate.In the current Aiiicrie.ni -Sn\ u-t I M wr W I l —, At tha MUM time, the Prealdemi u ion. He • he would MV ,IMV %  the 1'inl."* Q**i "s" 1 %  : %  Mlchelln (Bs New Under Secretary Is An Electrician THOMAS F. COOK, the new Parliamentary Undersecretary for the Colonies. is an electrician. The son of a miner, he was born in 1908, and elected senior member for Dundee In 1945. He was educated at Glasgow, and ti married with a son and a daughter. > ctrician r of the Electricians Trade Union. Formerly a member of the Independent Labour Party and the Scottish Socialist |M joined I he Labour I %  Ittl Re is a leciurer in Economics and Industrial History for the National Council of Labour and has been Parliament SecreSir Stafford Cripps Harold Wilson at the Board of Trade POLICE COMMISSIONERS In the Caribbean a (Bermuda.; uoi .. Mir, Ion. Col W \ Fuchs Case Shocks U.K. Confidence France Chooses War Stores From U.S.A. LONDON, March 2 The self-confessed espionage Hi s of atomic scientist. Klaus, %  bo yesterday admitted to passing vital information to Russia in four occasions since 142, is recogn sed bjihe public here to nave occasioned a shock to conOa.nct in ihe existing seeunt. irrangements. Offlcia's here continue to mainttm that the Atomic Talks in Washington conducted by a com%  n ttee composed of the British and Canadian ambassadors. Sir Olivet r ranks and Mr Hume Wrong, and the American Defence Secretary Mr Louis Johnson, have not broken down. They indicate that the committee, which has not met tor aevenl weeks, and has no turther meeting fixed, mav one lav sit again. But for the moment, and until the dust of the Pucha ase .oules, there seems to be no inubt that its work has ben suspended. Despite earlier official denial, from London, Washington and Ottawa, diplomatic quarters hepthought It was certain that all three countries would have t" .v.rhaul their s.vurl;. bctore any further useful discussions could be held Activities Banned [Perow ne For Cyr renaica Pn March 14 PS** AS..* a u ( a .r...>n*ni> 1-. LONDON, March 2 kwwarl Perowne. who until ,"f "" the colonial SecreLADY RANCE IMPROVING %  —"M M ">%  ! I arr-i..ii.>M I OlfDOff, March 2. Sn Hubert Kunce. Governoriiidad, said to-day that Lady ltance. wboat caused them to post] departure from tin United Kingdom was „po*r much better. They'll he lraviru for Trinidad on April 8 on loam Fyffes ship Hati'ia. Originally th'ev had planned to leave on i. is departing for Mn l., h Q iPPOint;: sAf !" cr o' 'he Interior of Magdorn ot t MI |*ent Mi Perowne Is 01 %  fcflann He mid his wife, fWn M the writer "Fraya t will oof be unfamiliar Ritlons in this newly crePJjtale under SI {J* <"' le.i i rived alter %  Wlrom MussuliT! %  J";i service m • ff*e Pttonlne and Aden (*••%  ,.. blf By Cable. Ilrituin's I .iliumCabiiu-t Meet LONDON, March t The new British Laoour Cabinet I (in the ItrsL tune to Itetrmi of the Klnaff -pcech at Parliament's state open. :.-d to b. ring ;i vaftsf p i Keuler Sh' llo|)<(| To Seo Christ's Return MARYVlUa TaWM March 2 A fatal throat ailment has endMi an elderly woman's hope of living until Christ return* to .-.nth So strong was the belief t Mis William A Nicholson, 72, and her husband that they would witness Christ's second coming lhat they built ;. H room house designed to stand for 1,000 years, lid that the Col-! The house, made of ,t ,-vn,„rSeiu' .uving r ble and cement has IS inch walls, -stressed that h "k and three Women Politicians Are Invaluable •Says Sir John Shaw l! of lb* Offer To Raise Devisions For W.U. Defence DUESSELDORF, Mar 2 General Kurt Kasso Von Manteuffel. ex-Nazi Panzer Coroi Commander, said to-da>that he had offered to raise 30 divisions Mn Union Defence. Tha contingent would consist of an aimoured "corps" supported h\ infantry, he told the West C-ern Agency DPA. Von Mantruffel. who hai. been Ink -d with the Brudgschan Organisation of German ex-Armv generals %  nai giving the details of ,, Western Defence memorandum submitted to the West German PARIS. March I French Minister of National Defence. Ran* Pleven todr nave the details of the arms France will receive from in United States under the Atlantic Pact of a Joint rneatln Of the National Defence and Foreign Affairs Committee in the National Assembly. France will reserve artlllerv %  emphasised tii.it |1 woulii not be out of date material for example, would be improved types, compared with those put into service at UM end of the war A Communist Deput> asked M. Pleven on what day and at what port the first arms ship .vould arrtve. M Pleven said he could not answer, but that several Preach ports were competing to t>c fae port of m Pleven said it was not possible value the arms yet. BOOBUM there were four categories, which would be valued in different KeduiKiant The today man BONN. March 2. Allied High Commissioners'Igned a law banning Geraetivlties In the atomic energy. The High Commission law implements Article 4 of tinIntergovernmental Agreement on prohibited and limited industries In jfCermany reached in Washington on April 8. 1M8. This article stattta tha.' the production, impor'. export, transport, storage, use and possession of radio-active materials will t>e the subject of Allied regulation in Germany. The m-w law ptrmifl ... IM of medleal eaj educational purposes U.S. Senator Advocates Atomic Peace FLORIDA. March 2 An American Nai is down in the Atlantic about 3l>u miles north of San Juan, Puerto Hico. the coast guard seta .stated today. Another plane sighted the bomb€f on the suifdte. with ; w ,'"2> "' lhe water, it was reported. Chancallar, Konrad Adenauer Hel Th *** bombers usually carry a wanted Europe to be strong cr w 9} l9 enough to resist the attack for at An nour ,at r a Pan-American nonths before the Unt-! Wo !" Airways dipper, circling ted States could throw in its full' over thc Dombcr reported that power He pointed out that WesKhne dfc.Voyers had arrived, and Additional authorisations may) material srttcfl would be taken be permittetl b. the Military Secu1 from United States reserves, non?_*? oard w, cn wl |l not. howsurplus material, taken from stock and material specially made. Pleven sftid the present equipment of the French Armv was essentially that which had been supplied under the .n'nbetween ttic united li it.iin .HKI the Fightimt •rial was at the end of Its useful life It had not been possible to replace It, liecause soni. ns factories had been destroyed the war. and replacement uld have hod to be made .it the expense of reeoiistrui tioi: —Realrr er issue authorisation in cases where the proposed would constitute a (tanner to thi Allied forces of occupation, or would facilitate the re-armament i re mi li t arisation of Germany The maximum | %  lallon of the law are life imprisonment and a line of IVntsche mark.Reuler U.S. Boinbcr Down In The Atlantic tern Europe's defence lines must be farther east than the Rhine in Ihe interests of French Securitv —Renter ere .starting to pick up the crew A navy rescue plane was sent out from San JUST. Reuter WAS! for joint AUanttl peace" ha Truman to autl The Senator, who a chatrma %  J. the Jim ,,| Atom o l out a eon. oframn and then hurl the weight of the free world's eonscfert. %  But he beekad President Truontenitsan that the Uir for Immediate luuh level talk.* Li lloecos* bad not ret an Ivad H suggested instead that ultimately the United Nations he Talks HI Moscow in u •" %  t up world eesth neajfjoBe Broadrnst Dehu'es From Lake Su. that the UnMed Naiioin Seere%  holrimu a %  with members Council in Ml eft of the on:;.' jocks, Includlna II Jam China, and othei West differ 'We -hould absolutely demand •hat the Assembly (in Ifoeeowl be broad | to Vladivostok" he cant! %  arrnng.nR son II under Rrulrr the United India W ill Not Enter Any Pacific Pact %  Says Nehru Uinlilsw N-iii i India-! pnli,<\ l„ ,-„!,., lictln-1 .. MI,:,., Con I Coaombo fi ad S'rl.m ,,.,,:„ 1101 ri..-|ll|..|,,.,1" V Kanulli (COOfP anna Mm: -is ihr P.: Indo-Chlni ••>. "' liqinilatrrl. > % %  M.ii rwjiuciai.il. .,||. %  % %  ""1 lulllll,-,! %  '!"•" "'-n-i-lf wiih :,, I ulnnial Ion'."' anil addrd' "Amiri%  aiif aaaorni-ihiiiii doas nm hapli. India win no) into anv such pad II lh nccasim insrs rnr .such a pact. Ilic II,, u %  will hav, UI.-.I" —Krutn Queen Mary HQS An Outing LONDON, March 2 guc.ii Marv had an outing lo day for the first time since shi came down with a bad case 01 sciatica a month ago. The 82 VMI uld Queen Movher left Marlboiough House, her l.-'itloh liuiiic. i bora) before noon an-' was driven around the n.-ighhoni ng parks—(C.r.) Shipowners Tajte Serious View Of Brazil Bank's Order Swiss Vsk Kor Special Treataaeal it lH' unable to recover tnc Iraighl from the becauje the Bank uf Bl not grant foreign -xchang.-. Under the decree, the shippu.i would be (linu-iiil %  previous deposit li Shaw „v r„ ir—stressed that It wai i> %  !" "V* %  %  l-Om ernor ol loot thick roof. road towards full *hj" "• •trii.tur,was ftnlshed M a> in l.6N,,-h„l,n explain.^ that and hm wife ba What the new constitution gave "> b"n alive at Christ s return Q „, name am%  >!> '"e llfth chapter of Thjaaalogi':e responsibility not preach It" i a lions Our faith His coming %  ltivc Council eonn ne membtM a total of 18. Tha ; seid t: a Uiousand rears. Nicholson saidMrs. Nicholson died on Thursday Like her husband she waa %  "Id hni ho —, -,.,,.., proval of the 5. he mtrodwl appointed-thai is not. %n £ 1 ,-ker of the Mf "W. I .m l:?\ h i*" Council was encouraging I l-cei so. hOW"I am Dot f contro\ ( : *n more prudant •s of the case to quite so i an age limit I *voten,' uuah^w.w appear to lual location • to u> 4 not afflli..' religious j denomination.— %  Cf) It augurad well "for the success | of Mr Savary's occupation of his j dignified and responsible office ing that there %  4h numiallv he ••> ^\ UM (.AMI'BII.L LONDON, March 3. shipowners in the Brazil Trade (the United KingdomBrazil Conference Lines] lake a serious view of the bank of Brazil'' order to the effect that freight o.i Brazil's imports shall be payable! curzeiros equivalent I only in curaeiros in Brazil, not in Height cost. It wea understood m Foreian Exchange London that conversion The Conference is holding a deposits would only be .1 meeting about it. and la taking 1 ftcr the issue of the Bill of I legal and banking advice. Meannig or sailing of the while it has issued a notice to Except with spacial and prevunr British exporters that, according authorisation. Braxil will not gr-n to information receded from Rio convertible Foreign Ewh-ngc f.n tnc Bank of Brazil has decreed noods carried In ships which that as from yesterday. March %  pat ion in tha (.< 1 -n Tariff* and ft %  inch have malm'.nn %  %  M.vincnt II also duuss a Unit Uveetlsjate the 1 ID %  • lion* la face) 1 ;ATT n K-uter Britain's Luxury Lad\ Crake W osttTling Kefused U.N. Observers Aid DAHWIN M who led ihe 1 the Heevenl] %  fun ] %  %  a r. %  %  Ulit hen oy Alex < ; bet of the stafl ol tl Itnil Selllemnit ThssH Rraler Its here 1 The President added i.iat ho isoold Object to nothing that would rid He would %  Lylhlng %  ThP ments arhen hi n nrnnneele for . new nt on and other %  it ween let Union and the %  jtetei tee dealing %  %  ;I than a bed COUBilarly %  1 bv %  I'nine :ndiH %  %  l)elentsal i nun.!, ictlaal 1 had im the loyAW uf individual, irarklnsj ftir the ment, ine Preeident said that he was the only one who had ctson in iv' ha rues, und that it was under his direction vtist ml sabotage bad t-een investigated so far. At the sam.idem aid that ,-ivil Hherne and privlleges. arnnted under the United Stales Bill .f Rights, roust bt tectod in loyalty Instructions. \fter making hi. statement that dd never aa to Moscow ^o long as he was President of the States. Truman relaxed iit't't(|s Ma\ln*\t U INDON. M. Prlna Parlh%  1 the (Revterj United Mine Workers Union Not Guilty WAS The Foreign Exchange cover imports will ordinarily be granted only for coat and insurance, no; for freight In view of the short notice given (the Bank of Brazil's decree was dated Fearuary I3.i Tr ones serving Brazil have the Bank of Brazil to postpone the effective date of the new decree, to allow time for consideration, and for necessary arrangement., to be made by all concerned. Pending clarification of th< position, the notice from the conference informs British Exporters that freight on ahlpcnents to Brazil will continue to be payable at the oort of shipment in exchange foe bills of lading. %  Britons this summer will b* %  rrjr" of !a/> Medttarreueea crulec foi the first time since I I Now that the hugr bi passenger lists for tl, East, Far East. Austr-h whittle pping lines arc diver'ing their latest luxurv lineTs for belong o third countries. Thlsj a „,„„ ot Mediterranean cruise%  h PRAGUE, March 2 Milan Reiman. chief of the Csech Premier's office in Prague has committed suicide, the ofanaJ news agency Odea reported today A member of the Communist Party's executive. Ladlilav Koprlva. told the Cei m, without rh^ lout to-day that m^: .. U aSorisaot. ,. ion was to-day found not guil1 menu are on their way to Braiil grant hard currency for freu,. General IK "t contempt which freight has been paid I on goods brought in ship, of a ,, !LfT wlSsT^uartianaa .houi ""Id be oppoc. r,try where social probj United State* son coal *:< decree were strictly enforce,! Hag other than that of the country mu uSt ReTmanT-ifch,. !££ ft O. fage I -ateeaer. from yesterday, export. affta o, the iXKhs.-e.We lf ^JSg^flS* for affeots all ship-owning countnas— the United States more ihar Britain. This Brazilian decree was originally issued last December 10 become effective on January I. I| was postponed pending the outcome of discussions with a delegation of United States shipowner who visited Brazil to try to persuade the Brazilian Government M icscind the decree. Evidently *VJ daaajaaaH did not succeed Th* generml effeot of the decree that Foreign Exchange for transfer of the freight payment will only be allowed If the Imoorter has previously •tepoatted the payment in cnawM as BrsWI excop* wsBa aaoii Cruises will ,ot Itom S2 u,iirds for thiiteen days, and rtll make rails at Casablanca and Lisbon Linen Premif'rV AUiv Commit8 Suiridt•hd in •a>*Jr*l ftsE wrywhe re .'Id. delicious and refreshing a bottle Bottled Under Authority of THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BARBADOS BOTTLING CO., LTD. Us4e U Ike ( (K \ 1 ol. \ M;W ..er baU. DUtlikMlM ev.-ry • MMMB Ureauh Sal.rda) Inm t— a.15 p.m.



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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE Qahib Casing J T WAS Lord Baldwin's birthday on Marrh lsl. thai night, a bright moon in. On on open PI (acint pavilion, u>rd Baldw.n, hi. ADC. Maiui Denn Vaughn, ihe Colonial Sterotary :,nil Mrs MacOonald, Administrator Wayne and the Hon. B. LBradshaw from SI Kttta. aat and listened lor one hour to aramophone muar. Enthusiastic eremd< responded best to Calypso songs -• %  Small Island,' •Virgin Mars had a Baby Boy/ alto Afp"" Sow." "Zulu Warrior and Dutch ""incr 'the entertainment the noise of Steel I lv past Government House, and paraded at St Johns They had Tfreadv serenaded the Ear with •Happy Birthday," early in the morning. Exciting Time M R OLIVER WOODS. Special Correspondent ol the London nM who has been in Barbados %  IM February 24th, left yesterday lor St Lucia, where he will %  staying for two day then he "1 mole II 6|>ro,mr.i.l. 2,419,200 seconds 10 ihe poll ." Bird 1 Eye View M R GERARD JORDAN. n s/ho returned from a one week business trip to St Li me that he saw Princess Alice arrive in St Lucia She was n, crowds will be going to Jamaica. Belirc hl . dans and and expects to be back in l>">' Long ttw the Kins hv the end of March ,iav in Bar bados. aM HIn g man) of the Dcvelopn I staff, and members from an parties of the Legisln' expects to hav. trni. win % %  Br""" Honduras. IIBBV |Ot cut of her car %  nd walked for a abort -ireet and shook hands with Gtndi to meet her. Coming Again Nexi Yer M INED E Principal OnVi r In ihe Judi,ome on Tuenlar by B.W I A alter open I,-. m M Indra ne 0 Worthing. I was his first visit to the island and he visited many ol the and was greatly imd bv what he had seen He do spent eight da>s at Bathsheba inA had a most enjoyable time. Mr. Ragblr expects to be back %  ear. W*H*rc In"l932 M R and Mrs. Harold Bninton arrived yesterday from Hew. Vcrk via Trinidad by B W.I A Mr. Brunton who Is a Trinidadian in the Real Estate business in New York Mrs. Brunton la a I I;alian. the former Miss Mel' I W. Icott. and the last time that she MM was In 1932 They are lr badoa for one month and will slaying with Mr Chare* ( rmgton in Fontabelle m -For Ihe Race* M here for the racea." sa'd C. M. G. Purehaa who Migar planter In St. Lucia. U arrived yeaterday by B.W.I A nd will be staying with Mi < > ffrey Harford at' Norwood. St I M li I Mi to men n f Jamaa. Also arriving from St I top i I in ihe City at Stafford House. Garrison. En Route To Naaaau C AIT U Kt "'gional Operations Directo, tor Sou: ,"*£ %  nroute to Nassau in ute to Naaaau in lo l>e operated by Constellation aircraft the I | be irom tl : Between St. Lucia And Barbados M i Berkcnkanip who livela OaUforala b the daughter of Mr and Mrs. J Keep It Juit Aa It ll %  Mr. and Mi Archie Hancock wno li ft by B.W.I A., yesterday to re! \ WATERED WI\! WHEN Jones started his exper ment. he had .two drinking WHAT iween a is the pretty difference bewoman and a MMU-> *vi tttun mtv %  uijeuj 'in mjuj did Cain hate I-IMAS* laassatsa Ui How long brother'' v %  •! •• ""l 'V HXAtaNV Why arc troops ordered to foreign shores like old maids about to be married"' OIK .wodtii.ii n uo .8 t.qi ttn.atn B3.WS>."Y What never uses its nice shiny teeth in eating* Why is a pig In a pa Are on the roof? ,no if.' -i oi n a>a OTAVSNV Ike toward the end of the year h. came to dislike Intensely what had seemed an attractive tie. He CRYPTOQIOTE—Here"* how to work It: AXYDLBAAXR la L O S O r F. L L O W One letter aimply stands for another. In lhla example A Is and for the three L's. X for the two Oa. etc. Single latter, apestrophlea. the length and formation of the words are all mm. Each day the code letters are different. A Cryptogram Qawutloa DAE EMM HAVTI SNAAT ISA* HJ E "I A LVMK WR ENM M W 0 I N-A %  S D AK H V K E A K. Cryptoquote: A RIGHTEOUS MAN RECARDETII TOPAV. MARCH 1 m Ketp white Shoes Snowy White with PROPERTY SHUWHITI SOI WH| TB ti, '• CANVAJ SH0J ASIATIC rUlU < IVEMAint**,, Tll-MGHT iFRIDAV) BLTCHEHS pMgnggl iHOOK. Jimmy HAMLEY. Dinah SHEBJDAII Is, "FOR VOf AI.ONEMusic ol ALBERT SAv and his Orchesli with HELEN HILL; ihJT London Symphony Orchestra: Soloist MEDDLE SAft P L A Z A Daya ONLY FRI l i" 30 pm EH BROS, pel Humphrey Barbara ajsjsk BOGART STANWYCK SMITH h, •Ihe TWO M.: %  vAUsr TOES 7 THt'RS Dial H104 un Rag* 8-04 101 JISHVITIQH y Mil VI III I .Ml* I 111. TO-DAY VI 2.30 P.M. Republic E'n ii.il"PresenU HU ent servi '^ Wo>! Coast of South An* ted in the ml here in Commumci.tions and 11 ,T|1 io tm airfield a: Scawcll * SMI In r parents. Mr. and Mrs have already made Hotel reservai Her husband %  m lor next year, Mrs. Hamock I -i eu tenant -Colonel In the L'nltetl v. or %  n beautiiUJ corsage ol States Air Force, Is planning I which was presented lo join her in Barb%  at the hotel, the night before Should Not C ARIB has now been that White Dlnmshould nol be worn to anv of the tearing function* at 0 House during should he worn Tonight A NDRESS DALMAlv. • national 1 Music for his brilliant performance* In Europe and America, is also a compose. To-night with hi* wlfi .urn he will present a Concert at the Man which will incluue Honde ..I the Elves by Bazxini, Zlgeunerw'eisen. filpav Airs, bv Sarasate amongst other well kwwil r-ncert works. Hn wife wiil play three piano solo*, which will tnch. > •Thopln's corr.p m ft Ladies Dilemma W HAT Ofl for the I %  turning I the Races m.-l trying to lay bands on the right styM of glove.v. Cinematography M R l. Cam i 1 Irfl for Jaiua.i dB\ via TlliilU. holarshij) mrmatograp':'. i tba Co % % %  I % % %  Bee at the Ui %  %  He Is a brother d Ml | %  %  :, who used to teacn ice at Harrison Cot 1* now at Huron College in Easier', Thev were staying I aan View. Delayed By Princess Alice's Visit M V JAMES. Chief "i tl-.' Police Commissioners' Conrhlcfa opened yesterd-iy Hou* Ma aril] be here until Sunday and Is staying ,>\ the Miir ne. The arrival of Iht in st. LUCIH ron .ii rivini •which the THE R MENACE Ontario lecturing, and continuing ^ le o! j hcr Wa> i nts M.Sc. Every Minute of It IE pro; i'ou Squire Inn in KlUlngworth, mngnlftcent a n d m on* everything in iwrfect IIOVAI (\Vor.l.iniis, TO-MC.in A SDNDA1 Ml.Ill al S 1U I" >l geiMlhll Double ..AUTRY w CHAMPION Jr. Td*Uf et*c V <** '*"' TWiUGMT 0N7ME Comings And Goings WR CEORGE ADAMS. Connecticut Mr Robert Glenn, left Barbados yeaterday on his 1T1 Hunting Aerosurveys Indoi return journey home via %  Si laj I • ll W I A., for Si I'd by La wife Tin-;. l.,n J. wBMn he will establish arrived here on January lWh. ami h. .^quarters fa ed every minute of their DMMnlnloa and St. Vincent, his f often went dancing lu .any has the contract for this m the Colonial Office Connecticut .-elmg them," they t h home >n I ., ,it -Sweet Field," St. Inn, on Route 80 ll midway betwecr; • V. Bennett, Official Hasten, accommodates al>out I for the Barbados Turl i %  vrday by Thanksgiving Day anf the Headmasover a poster which said. "Vole icr And Put The Socialists ed the till By Beachcomber >>( n!' itf Iht hi'nl uurlii W in" Mi of bod> htlnlflti ol N %  lh> \iirk'>i'-r Seamdat i.d droppad it .^ though stung It i-i nor, while Smart-AUuk T HE nastivst o| -is mopped his forehead with a of Mart I Is sayluiudkerchi.-f covered w l| > P**ing a mouthful paid a personal lures of I). ot the Mb roBj Be past. iiv anybody should wiita me lo ask how boi ure trained Is not In 1 have never boaatpubU a| avj knowledge ::,. an I thus. They are accompamtlieir trial flights by a number ot pigeons fitted with small angg They get so used to leolug these mechanical birds rail bases that thc> SSUl 0] iimtaling them. Mtirfiiuil not-W HENEVER the weather beso cold that the elec. has to be cut. I call to the dark ages before elecwhvn people warmed ( .ve> with real tires, which Ml dependant on gigantic powar houses. Nor could the f an intricate system plunge millions of itiarkness without warning. In those benighted days you had awn light GLOBE TIIKATRE PROUDLY PKLSKNTS TONTR ill Mi P.M. BLOND IN I TIIRII.LBC MACK MY.-Itn 2 HOLES KNTHaAUENTFJn.UV KO\Y I III \ I Id -Mllllitt MOM>\i jid ItlllM-'lAV ll 110 llllh I ri.lr. lot I'reseliU (Inlt-rniil Devil ui Magic) PRICKS: [ % %  HITIll) Orch. SraU 3/-; Circle 2/-; Balcmy Jfc, Box VKi'-erv.ilions lor Orchesirn 8. Boxea can be mad* al Ihls Theatre 1 aj Tickets will be un Sale fcnitc from 7.15 p.m. IHIII il Alone CROWN GINGER REER * n. ** oi i MPH un \ i KI >\IIKH\t MIIMlll mil HIM-I'II al I I'M Republic Snijslilni lluublJaael Martin HHIUm Urliht. Ilmi.lui. 11.11 •KINGS OF THE GAMBLERS" and HOMESTEADERS OF PARADISE VALLEY" sllh Allan Line aa red -der, Bobb> BUke. Martha Wenlttorlh SPEND a little ?? *m> 2 and SAVE RAYON BROCADE ill Ills Peach. Blue. Pink. 1-emoii, While .ii ail Ha*. A beautiful 1 range of delightful colours. £ A LOT! by buying these d. Special Offer Lines ----•^.•-vvvv-xPv-.v-.v'.v.-.v.-.-.-.vV^^eiiaosjss>rj Mr. Artisan, Get the right TOOL for the Job "MAK THE r Li |J VALLEY EVANS & WIIHFIFIM DIAL 4606 DIAL 4220 Yiuir scllinu u^iiil iur ill Ml 1 ill 1 -SHOI -• al a II.IO %  amir %  ll uill u,n \MII li, lni\ ,|ii.ihl\ aluiiiv HIGHTONE PRINTS in Bright Plaids and Flnwer* St int. Hidr at 70 rls. Ju>t upened—and ready (nr you All pme' uilvertised are B.W.I, dollars. \ RATCHET BRACISAW Flits CHISELS TAPIs HAMMERS TROWELS f SCREW DRIVERS HAND DRILLS HAND SAWS PLIERS ; : PLANES BLOW TORCHES < SQUAKIS HACK SAWS Impeel ihe wide range slocked by our Hardware and Ironmongery Iseparlmenl BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED. *" BLOSSOM ^ki^ i ROSE' WE NOW OFFER A RANGE OF GARDEN TOOLS — INCLUDING — • RUBBER GARDKN IIOSI | UM| • Pl.ASTK I.XKDKX HIlSi; '/ • NOZZLES SPRAYERS UNIONS • MENDERS WATERING POTS sl • COUPLINGS RAKES SBE *"L,aBj| • GREENS & RANSOM. S LAWS *" THE CORNER STOB^I .•.'.-.-.-,-.-.-.-.


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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
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Publication Date: Friday, March 03, 1950
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
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Friday
March :i
19J.
Barkens
fltowcate
Hrlcci
IVK CENTS
Vf.r 53.
Truman Would See Stalin In Washington
Thomas Cook Is New
Under Secretary
For Colonies
0lee Announces Junior Ministers
LONDON, March ;.
pRIM! MINISTER. Clemen! ,\l,,. |niKhl = ......,,
I thr m" junior minister* i' I he (iovernment The
and senior minister* have :ilre,id> neon tl. .
isli-rs iiinmum tl art
I'arliamrnlarv
M
TV m
131 SIGN
PETITION
JtKEL) into action by the
*e -,: ity cuts lh.it
BBfbffr. imposed for nearly two
lb! now. the sinning of peti-
Bl aeufig the Governor to
ptr to be carried out n tive-
note Investination into the
lanf of the Electric Company
Bjanf force. About 131 con-
pn of electricity had signed
ffte end of the business day
terday evening, and many
pre ire expected ic do so to-
I
the Advertising Department of
^iBrtc started to receive
mora Iron Wi ,-. in re-
lo an advertisement
iBf in the Advocate signed
|Uin Coe. on In-half of the
Consumers' Associatl
fcbldos. Twenty people sign-
IB Wednesday and 91 more
yesterday
Md copies uf the petition
Attributed to some Broad
lores yesterday, but few
Bfned at these |.l...
M that there will be many
i the stores |
one of the bright-
lays of the week.
ten many people
try parishes come
Doctors Too
I were among yesterday's
The electric cuts are
I their X-Ray practice no
, About half of the petitions
Inched the Advocate were
lb* hand while the other
tare posted There was no
Mpttitfofters. but
[assay stream all day long.
^ftr* purposes of the it'-
ll Investigation are, to
rgftptr generating equip-
In be installed, to have
(supplied M proper voltage
p cheaper rales, examination
I finances of the Barbados
Supply Corporation, to
if the surcharge on bills
and why the
an tall* paid promptly
"red to 20 per
d the appointment of a
m Public Utilities Com-
I with full authority over
(rites and capital financial
lajner*
I ppptl
"l i i\
I the -i
and Finanr
serrrUry to the \dmiraU>
:
An Ministry Parliam-Mi-
< nder Secretary Aida
-.vley
' ' :r "I I h i \\ijtiiMi Pa.-
mi il.;i. s> -, :ar> :--.,
i Ick
Colonial Otter Parliim-n.ar
I nder | eretan
< omin mwealth Relations Par
l.amenUry fader Srrrrtar%
Lord Holden
MlaMT] of Food Parliamentary
Secretary Stanley Norman
Evans
Forelrn Oflice Parliamentar
t'nder Secretary Ernes
Albert John 11
Home Office Parliamentary In
der-Secietary Geoffrey D
*
Ministry of Labour Parllamen
Ury Serreun Frederick
Ministry of National lmuirane'
I'arlianientaM -.- r--t.*r\
Harry Bernard Taylor.
Scottish Otter ParliamenUrv
Inder Secretary
garet .MrRone Herbson
Rcuter
But Would Go
To Moscow
As A Tourist Only
WASHINGTON. Hatch >.
|\ mori; < atm.oku \r tkkms Hum ,. ... awtey*
occasion, l'r.-s,dnii Tl ui.ni-. .H M| w.vklv l'i.
I'" '"' icircli-.l IBJ MMHtilfo ol his ..oni- u. HoiCOM
to .lisciKs with GAnefutaftlmo Stalin the nauui d iate.In
the current Aiiicrie.ni-Sn\ u-t IMwrWIl,
At tha mum time, the Prealdemi u
ion. He
he would mv ,imv
the 1'inl."* Q**i
"s"1 " : Mlchelln (Bs
New Under Secretary
Is An Electrician
THOMAS F. COOK, the
new Parliamentary Under-
secretary for the Colonies.
is an electrician. The son of
a miner, he was born in
1908, and elected senior
member for Dundee In 1945.
He was educated at Glas-
gow, and ti married with
a son and a daughter.
> ctrician
r of the
Electricians Trade Union.
Formerly a member of the
Independent Labour Party
and the Scottish Socialist
|M joined I he Labour
I Ittl Re is a lec-
iurer in Economics and In-
dustrial History for the
National Council of Labour
and has been Par-
liament Secre-
Sir Stafford Cripps
Harold Wilson at
the Board of Trade
POLICE COMMISSIONERS In the Caribbean a
(Bermuda.; uoi .. Mir, Ion. Col W \
Fuchs Case
Shocks U.K.
Confidence
France Chooses War
Stores From U.S.A.
LONDON, March 2
The self-confessed espionage
Hi s of atomic scientist. Klaus,
bo yesterday admitted to
passing vital information to Russia
in four occasions since 142, is
recogn sed bj- ihe public here to
nave occasioned a shock to con-
Oa.nct in ihe existing seeunt.
irrangements.
Offlcia's here continue to main-
ttm that the Atomic Talks in
Washington conducted by a com-
n ttee composed of the British and
Canadian ambassadors. Sir Olivet
r ranks and Mr Hume Wrong, and
the American Defence Secretary
Mr Louis Johnson, have not
broken down. They indicate that
the committee, which has not met
tor aevenl weeks, and has no
turther meeting fixed, mav one
lav sit again. But for the moment,
and until the dust of the Pucha
ase .oules, there seems to be no
inubt that its work has ben sus-
pended.
Despite earlier official denial,
from London, Washington and
Ottawa, diplomatic quarters hep-
thought It was certain that all
three countries would have t"
.v.rhaul their s.vurl;.
bctore any further useful discus-
sions could be held
Activities
Banned
[Perow ne For
Cyr
renaica
Pn March 14
PS** AS..*au ( a.r...>n*ni>
1-. LONDON, March 2
kwwarl Perowne. who until
,"f "" the colonial Secre-
LADY RANCE
IMPROVING
"MM ">-! I arr-i..ii.>M
I OlfDOff, March 2.
Sn Hubert Kunce. Governor-
iiidad, said to-day
that Lady ltance. wboat
caused them to post]
departure from tin United King-
dom was po*r much better.
They'll he lraviru for Trinidad on
April 8 on loam
Fyffes ship Hati'ia. Originally
, th'ev had planned to leave on
i. is departing for Mnl.,h Q
iPPOint;:
sAf"cr o' 'he Interior of
Magdorn ot t mi
|*ent Mi Perowne Is 01
fcflann He mid his wife,
fWn M the writer "Fraya
t will oof be unfamiliar
Ritlons in this newly cre-
PJjtale under SI
{J* <"' le.i i rived alter
Wlrom MussuliT!
J";i service m
ff*e Pttonlne and Aden
(*-* ,..blf
- By Cable.
Ilrituin's I .ilium-
Cabiiu-t Meet
LONDON, March t
The new British Laoour Cabinet
I (in the ItrsL tune to
" I- tetrmi of the Klnaff
-pcech at Parliament's state open.
:.-d to b.
ring ;i vaftsf p
i
Keuler

Sh' llo|)<(| To Seo
Christ's Return
MARYVlUa TaWM March 2
A fatal throat ailment has end-
Mi an elderly woman's hope of
living until Christ return* to
.-.nth So strong was the belief
t Mis William A Nicholson, 72,
and her husband that they would
witness Christ's second coming
lhat they built ;. H room house
designed to stand for 1,000 years,
lid that the Col-! The house, made of ,t ,-v- n,r-
Seiu' .uving r ble and cement has IS inch walls,
-stressed that *h"k and three
Women Politicians
Are Invaluable
Says Sir John Shaw
l! of lb*
Offer To Raise
Devisions For
W.U. Defence
DUESSELDORF, Mar 2
General Kurt Kasso Von Man-
teuffel. ex-Nazi Panzer Coroi
Commander, said to-da>- that he
had offered to raise 30 divisions
' Mn Union Defence. Tha
contingent would consist of an
aimoured "corps" supported h\
infantry, he told the West C-er-
n Agency DPA. Von
Mantruffel. who hai. been Ink -d
with the Brudgschan Organisa-
tion of German ex-Armv generals
nai giving the details of ,, Wes-
tern Defence memorandum sub-
mitted to the West German
PARIS. March I
French Minister of National Defence. Ran* Pleven todr
nave the details of the arms France will receive from in
United States under the Atlantic Pact of a Joint rneatln
Of the National Defence and Foreign Affairs Committee
in the National Assembly.
- France will reserve artlllerv
yrVrtnCltl '\ tOtfl l" mns- *nka. spare p.o
nlssion materials and planes Cm
Ihe Naval Air Arm.
Only a very small part of the
material will be infam
ment.
M. Pleven emphasised that tin
material had not been chosen bv
the United States for France, but
France had made her a*
> emphasised tii.it |1
woulii not be out of date material
for example, would be
improved types, compared with
those put into service at Um end
of the war A Communist Deput>
asked M. Pleven on what day and
at what port the first arms ship
.vould arrtve.
M Pleven said he could not
answer, but that several Preach
ports were competing to t>c fae
port of m
Pleven said it was not possible
value the arms yet. BOOBUM
there were four categories, which
would be valued in different
KeduiKiant
The
today
man
BONN. March 2.
Allied High Commissioners-
'Igned a law banning Ger-
aetivlties In the
atomic energy.
The High Commission law
implements Article 4 of tin- Inter-
governmental Agreement on pro-
hibited and limited industries In
jfCermany reached in Washington
on April 8. 1M8. This article stattta
tha.' the production, impor'. ex-
port, transport, storage, use and
possession of radio-active mate-
rials will t>e the subject of Allied
regulation in Germany.
The m-w law ptrmifl ...
im of medleal eaj
educational purposes
U.S. Senator
Advocates
Atomic Peace
FLORIDA. March 2
An American Nai
is down in the Atlantic
about 3l>u miles north of San
Juan, Puerto Hico. the coast guard
seta .stated today.
Another plane sighted the bom-
bf on the suifdte. with ;
w,'"2> "' lhe water, it was reported.
Chancallar, Konrad Adenauer Hel Th*** bombers usually carry a
wanted Europe to be strong cr*w 9} l9-
enough to resist the attack for at An nour ,at*r- a Pan-American
nonths before the Unt-! Wo Airways dipper, circling
ted States could throw in its full' over thc Dombcr- reported that
power He pointed out that Wes- Khne dfc.Voyers had arrived, and
Additional authorisations may) material srttcfl would be taken
be permittetl b. the Military Secu-1 from United States reserves, non-
?_*?oard' w,cn.wl|l not. how- surplus material, taken from
stock and material specially
made.
Pleven sftid the present equip-
ment of the French Armv was
essentially that which had been
supplied under the .n'n-
between ttic united
li it.iin .hkI the Fightimt
rial was
at the end of Its useful life
It had not been possible to re-
place It, liecause soni.
ns factories had been destroyed
the war. and replacement
uld have hod to be made .it
the expense of reeoiistrui tioi:
Realrr
er issue authorisation in cases
where the proposed
would constitute a (tanner to thi
Allied forces of occupation, or
would facilitate the re-armament
i remilitarisation of Germany
The maximum |
lallon of the law are life impri-
sonment and a line of
IVntsche mark.- Reuler
U.S. Boinbcr Down
In The Atlantic
tern Europe's defence lines must
be farther east than the Rhine in
Ihe interests of French Securitv
Renter
ere .starting to pick up the crew
A navy rescue plane was sent out
from San Just. Reuter
WAS!
for joint AUanttl
peace" ha
Truman to autl
The Senator, who a chatrma .
J. the Jim ,,| Atom o
l
out a eon. oframn
and then hurl the weight of the
free world's eonscfert.

But he beekad President Tru-
ontenitsan that the Uir
for Immediate luuh level talk.* Li
lloecos* bad not ret an Ivad H
suggested instead that ultimately
the United Nations he
Talks hi Moscow in u
"t up world eesth
neajfjoBe
Broadrnst Dehu'es
From Lake Su.
that the UnMed Naiioin Seere-

holrimu a .
with members
Council in Ml eft
of the on:;.'
jocks, Includlna II
Jam China, and othei
West differ
'We -hould absolutely demand
hat the
Assembly (in Ifoeeowl be broad
. |
to Vladivostok" he cant!

arrnng.nR son
- II under
Rrulrr
the United
India W ill Not
Enter Any
Pacific Pact
Says Nehru
Uinlilsw N-iii i
India-! pnli,<\ l ,-!,.,
- lictln-1 .. mi,:,.,
Con
I Coaombo fi
ad S'rl.m ,,.,,:
1101 ri..-|ll|..|,,.,1-
" V Kanulli (COOfP
anna Mm: -is ihr P.:
Indo-Chlni >.
"' liqinilatrrl.
>- M.ii rwjiuciai.il. .,||.
" ""1 lulllll,-,!
'!"" "'-n-i-lf wiih :,,
I ulnnial
Ion'."'
anil addrd' "Amiri-
aiif aaaorni-ihiiiii doas nm hapli.
India win no)
into anv such pad II lh nccasim
insrs rnr .such a pact. Ilic II,,u
will hav, UI.-.I"
Krutn
Queen Mary
Hqs An Outing
LONDON, March 2
guc.ii Marv had an outing lo
day for the first time since shi
came down with a bad case 01
sciatica a month ago. The 82 VMI
uld Queen Movher left Marlboi-
ough House, her l.-'itloh liuiiic. i
bora) before noon an-'
was driven around the n.-ighhoni
ng parks(C.r.)
Shipowners Tajte Serious
View Of Brazil Bank's Order
Swiss Vsk Kor
Special Treataaeal
it
lH' unable to recover tnc Iraighl
from the
becauje the Bank uf Bl
not grant foreign -xchang.-.
Under the decree, the shippu.i
would be -
(linu-iiil previous deposit li
Shaw v r irstressed that It wai i> "V* "
l-Om ernor ol loot thick roof.
road towards full *hj" " trii.tur,- was ftnlshed
M a> in l.6N,,-hl,n explain.^ that
and hm wife ba
What the new constitution gave "> b"n alive at Christ s return
Q , name am- >!> '"e llfth chapter of Thjaaalo-
gi':e responsibility not preach It"
i a lions
Our faith
His coming
ltivc Council eon-
nne membtM-
a total of 18. Tha
; seid t: ,
' a Uiousand rears. Nicholson said-
Mrs. Nicholson died on Thurs-
day Like her husband she waa
* "Id hni ho , -,.,,.., proval of the
5. he mtrodwl appointed-thai is not.
%n 1 ,-ker of the Mf
"W. I .m l:?\ hi*" Council was encouraging
I l-cei
so. hOW-
"I am Dot
f contro\( :
*n more prudant
s of the case to
quite so
i an age limit I
*voten,' uuah-
^w.w appear to
lual location
to u>4.
not afflli..' religious
j denomination.Cf)
It augurad well "for the success |
of Mr Savary's occupation of his j
dignified and responsible office "
ing that there

4h numi-
allv he -
> ^\ UM (.AMI'BII.L
LONDON, March 3.
shipowners in the Brazil
Trade (the United Kingdom-
Brazil Conference Lines] lake a
serious view of the bank of Brazil''
order to the effect that freight o.i
Brazil's imports shall be payable! curzeiros equivalent I
only in curaeiros in Brazil, not in Height cost. It wea understood m
Foreian Exchange London that conversion
The Conference is holding a deposits would only be .1
meeting about it. and la taking 1 ftcr the issue of the Bill of I
legal and banking advice. Mean- nig or sailing of the
while it has issued a notice to Except with spacial and prevunr
British exporters that, according authorisation. Braxil will not gr-n
to information receded from Rio convertible Foreign Ewh-ngc f.n
tnc Bank of Brazil has decreed noods carried In ships which
that as from yesterday. March

pat ion in tha (.< 1
-n Tariff* and ft

inch have
malm'.nn


M.vincnt
II also du-
uss a Unit
Uveetlsjate the 1 ID
lion* la face) 1 ;att n
K-uter
Britain's Luxury
Lad\ Crake
W osttTling
Kefused U.N.
Observers Aid
DAHWIN M
*
who led ihe 1
- the Heevenl]
fun
]

a
r.
''
Ulit hen
oy Alex < ;
bet of the stafl ol tl Itnil
Selllemnit ThssH Rraler
Its here
1 The President added i.iat ho
isoold Object to nothing that
would
rid He would
Lylhlng

.
Th- P
ments arhen hi
n nrnnneele for . new
nt on
and other
it ween
let Union and the
jtetei
tee de-
aling


;I than a bed
COUB-
ilarly
1 bv

I'nine
:ndi-
H . l)e-
lentsal
i nun.!, ictlaal
1 had
im the loy-
aw uf individual, irarklnsj ftir the
ment, ine Preeident said
that he was the only one who had
ctson in iv-
' ha rues, und that
it was under his direction vtist
ml sabotage
bad t-een investigated so far.
At the sam.- idem
aid that ,-ivil Hherne and privl-
leges. arnnted under the United
Stales Bill .f Rights, roust bt
tectod in loyalty Instructions.
\fter making hi. statement that
dd never aa to Moscow ^o
long as he was President of the
States. Truman relaxed
to have a chance to go there 1
waa
in ..r
la
ilbty go .is a
Hi liter.
I)u\is >iit't't(|s
Ma\ln*\t
U INDON. M.
Prlna
Par-
lh-

1 the
(Revterj
United Mine Workers
Union Not Guilty
WAS
The
Foreign Exchange cover
imports will ordinarily be granted
only for coat and insurance, no;
for freight
In view of the short notice given
(the Bank of Brazil's decree was
dated Fearuary I3.i Tr
ones serving Brazil have
the Bank of Brazil to postpone the
effective date of the new decree,
to allow time for consideration,
and for necessary arrangement., to
be made by all concerned.
Pending clarification of th<
position, the notice from the con-
ference informs British Exporters
that freight on ahlpcnents to Brazil
will continue to be payable at the
oort of shipment in exchange foe
bills of lading.

Britons this summer will b*
rrjr" of .
!a/> Medttarreueea crulec foi
the first time since I I
Now that the hugr bi
passenger lists for tl,
East, Far East. Austr-h
whittle
pping lines arc diver'-
ing their latest luxurv lineTs for
belong o third countries. Thlsj a , ot Mediterranean cruise-

h
PRAGUE, March 2
Milan Reiman. chief of the
Csech Premier's office in Prague
has committed suicide, the ofanaJ
news agency Odea reported today
A member of the Communist
Party's executive. Ladlilav Kop-
rlva. told the Cei
m, without rh^
lout to-day that m^: ..UaSorisaot. ,.
ion was to-day found not guil- 1 menu are on their way to Braiil grant hard currency for freu,.
General IK "t contempt which freight has been paid I on goods brought in ship, of a ,, !LfT wlSsT^uartianaa .houi
""Id be oppoc. r,try where social prob- j United State* son coal *:< decree were strictly enforce,! Hag other than that of the country mu uSt ReTmanT-ifch,. !
ft O. fage I -ateeaer. from yesterday, export. affta o, the iXKhs.-e.We ,lf" ^JSg^flS*
for affeots all ship-owning countnas
the United States more ihar
Britain.
This Brazilian decree was
originally issued last December 10
become effective on January I. I|
was postponed pending the out-
come of discussions with a delega-
tion of United States shipowner
who visited Brazil to try to per-
suade the Brazilian Government M
icscind the decree. Evidently *vj
daaajaaaH did not succeed
Th* generml effeot of the decree
* that Foreign Exchange for
transfer of the freight payment
will only be allowed If the Im-
oorter has previously tepoatted
the payment in cnawM as BrsWI
excop* wsBa aaoii
Cruises will ,ot Itom S2 u,i-
irds for thiiteen days, and
rtll make rails at
Casablanca and Lisbon
Linen
Premif'rV AUiv
Commit8 Suiridt-
hd in ,
a>*Jr*l
ftsEwrywhere
.'Id. delicious and refreshing
a bottle
Bottled Under Authority of
THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
BARBADOS BOTTLING CO., LTD.
Us4e U Ike ( (K \ 1 ol. \ M;W ..er baU. DUtlikMlM ev.-ry
MMmb Ureauh Sal.rda) Inm ta.15 p.m.


PACE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Qahib Casing
JT WAS Lord Baldwin's birth-
day on Marrh lsl. thai night,
a bright moon
in. On on open P- I
(acint pavilion, u>rd
Baldw.n, hi. ADC. Maiui Denn
Vaughn, ihe Colonial Sterotary
:,nil Mrs MacOonald, Administra-
tor Wayne and the Hon. B. L-
Bradshaw from SI Kttta. aat and
listened lor one hour to aramo-
phone muar. Enthusiastic eremd<
responded best to Calypso songs
-Small Island,' Virgin Mars
had a Baby Boy/ alto Afp""
Sow." "Zulu Warrior and Dutch
""incr 'the entertainment the
noise of Steel I
lv past Government House, and
paraded at St Johns They had
Tfreadv serenaded the Ear with
Happy Birthday," early in the
morning.

Exciting Time
MR OLIVER WOODS. Special
Correspondent ol the London
nM who has been in Barbados
IM February 24th, left yester-
day lor St Lucia, where he will
staying for two day
then he
"1 mole II 6|>ro,mr.i.l.
2,419,200 seconds 10 ihe
poll ."
Bird 1 Eye View
MR GERARD JORDAN.
n
s/ho
returned from a one week
business trip to St Li
me that he saw Princess Alice
arrive in St Lucia She was
n, crowds
will be going to Jamaica. Belirc hl dans and
and expects to be back in l>">' Long ttw the Kins
hv the end of March
,iav in Barbados. aMHIng man)
of the Dcvelopn I
staff, and members from an
parties of the Legisln'
expects to hav.
trni. win ' Br"""
Honduras. IIbbV
|Ot cut of her car
nd walked for a abort
-ireet and shook hands
with Gtndi
to meet her.
Coming Again Nexi Yer
MINED E
Principal OnVi r In ihe Judi-
,ome on
Tuenlar by B.W I A alter open I-
,-. m
M Indra ne 0
Worthing.
I was his first visit to the
island and he visited many ol the
and was greatly im-
d bv what he had seen He
do spent eight da>s at Bathsheba
inA had a most enjoyable time.
Mr. Ragblr expects to be back
ear.
W*H*rc In"l932
MR and Mrs. Harold Bninton
arrived yesterday from Hew.
Vcrk via Trinidad by B W.I A *
Mr. Brunton who Is a Trinidadian
- in the Real Estate business in
New York Mrs. Brunton la a
I I;alian. the former Miss Mel' I
W. Icott. and the last time that she
MM was In 1932 They are lr
badoa for one month and will
slaying with Mr Chare*
( rmgton in Fontabelle
m --
For Ihe Race*
M here for the racea." sa'd
C. M. G. Purehaa who
Migar planter In St. Lucia.
U arrived yeaterday by B.W.I A
nd will be staying with Mi
< > ffrey Harford at' Norwood. St
I M li
I Mi
to men n f Jamaa. Also arriving from St
I top i
I in ihe City
at Stafford House. Garrison.
En Route To Naaaau
CAIT U Kt- "'-
gional Operations Directo,
tor Sou: ,"*
'
.nroute to Nassau in
ute to Naaaau in
. lo l>e operated
by Constellation aircraft the
I | be irom tl
:
Between St. Lucia
And Barbados
Mi Berkcnkanip
who live- la OaUforala b
the daughter of Mr and Mrs. J
Keep It Juit Aa It ll
Mr. and
Mi Archie Hancock wno
li ft by B.W.I A., yesterday to re-
! of Balmoral Flats. Ha.' home Is via Jamaica
spending her ,v expect lo o
Indian holiday between St Luel t! ,.,.. by April I.
and Barbados. After one month's Tla hardest thing wa had to
stay in St Lucia she returned < | i|j morning, was to say good-
. May by B.W.I A Bba Ki your island Jusl as it
is also in connecUon with the in- mrt at the airpor. .mil you'll have a flock ol
crease ol ""* daughters Carolyn and Marita and I, ui.sta down every year Wr
singed
Riddles
Hot Ties Win
AUCKLAND. New Zealand IB
A male fashion note from New Zealand concerns an experi-
asa b: w&? 2
I "rt*tol. S*
er develop.*
urueal better han the wearer.
.,' th.it with occasional cleaning and
gave him ties for pressing it was almost as good as
as or his birthday might new at the end of the year and
1 take offenrc at the non-appear- read
.ence of their gifts. If they took
i teres*. in what he was wear-
(ing they sa.d nothing about it.
j The experimenter, J. B. Page.
claims his experience shows that
people just don't notice ties un-
less they are particularly start- glasses with equal capacities. Oi-
I |in- was one-third and the other or.
Men might just as well choose lourth full of wine. He filled eat
lies for their own satisfaction to the top with water, and the:.
rather than for any effect they mixed them together in a pltchfi
may have on other people, he Hll( o( jhll miXture was then
says. poured into each of the glass.-
But as for himself, he siyi^nii Qf tne rejuu. wr,at proportion wa?
i*B*.er and what proportion wir- '
for more use
it u unlikely to gi it&> \
WATERED WI\!
WHEN Jones started his exper -
ment. he had .two drinking
WHAT
iween a
is the
pretty
difference be-
woman and a
mmu-> *vi tttun mtv
uijeuj 'in mjuj
did Cain hate
i-imas* laassatsa
Ui
How long
brother''
v ! ""l 'V HXAtaNV
Why arc troops ordered to for-
eign shores like old maids about
to be married"'
OIK .wodtii.ii
n uo .8 t.qi ttn.atn B3.WS>."Y
What never uses its nice shiny
teeth in eating*
Why is a pig In a pa
Are on the roof?
,no if.' -i oi n a>a OTAVSNV
Ike
toward the end of the year h.
came to dislike Intensely what
had seemed an attractive tie. He
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Snowy White with
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ent servi '^ Wo>!
Coast of South An*
ted in the
ml here in Commumci.-
tions and 11 ,T|1 io tm
airfield a: Scawcll
* SMI
In r parents. Mr. and Mrs have already made Hotel reserva-
i Her husband m lor next year, Mrs. Hamock
I -i eu tenant -Colonel In the L'nltetl v. or n beautiiUJ corsage ol
States Air Force, Is planning I which was presented lo
join her in Barb- at the hotel, the night before

Should Not !
CARIB has now been
that White Dlnm-
should nol be worn to anv of the
tearing function* at 0
House during
should he worn
Tonight
ANDRESS DALMAlv.
national
1 Music for his brilliant
performance* In Europe and
America, is also a compose.
To-night with hi* wlfi
.urn he will present a
Concert at the Man
which will incluue Honde ..I the
Elves by Bazxini, Zlgeunerw'eisen.
filpav Airs, bv Sarasate amongst
other well kwwil r-ncert works.
Hn wife wiil play three piano
solo*, which will tnch. >
Thopln's corr.p -
m ft
Ladies Dilemma
WHAT Ofl for the
I
turning I
the Races m.-l trying to lay bands
on the right styM of glove.v.
Cinematography
Mr l. Cam
i
1 Irfl for Jaiua.i
dB\ via TlliilU.
holarshij)
mrmatograp':'.
i tba Co " I '
Bee at the Ui
'
He Is a brother d Ml
| :, who used to teacn
ice at Harrison Cot
1* now at Huron College in Easier',
Thev were staying
I aan View.

Delayed By Princess
Alice's Visit
M V james. Chief "i
.
tl-.' Police Commissioners' Con-
rhlcfa opened yesterd-iy
Hou* Ma aril] be here
until Sunday and Is staying ,>\ the
Miir ne. The arrival of Iht
in st. lucih
ron .ii rivini
which the
THE R
MENACE
Ontario lecturing, and continuing ^ le o! j hcr Wa>
i nts M.Sc.
Every Minute of It
IE pro; i'ou
Squire Inn in KlUlngworth,
mngnlftcent a n d
m on*
everything
in iwrfect
IIOVAI (\Vor.l.iniis,
TO-MC.in A SDNDA1 Ml.Ill al S 1U I" >l
geiMlhll Double
..AUTRY
w CHAMPION Jr.
Td*Uf et*c V <** '*"'
TWiUGMT
0N7ME
Comings And Goings
WR CEORGE ADAMS.
Connecticut Mr Robert Glenn,
left Barbados yeaterday on his 1T1 Hunting Aerosurveys Indoi
return journey home via Si laj I ll W I A., for Si
I'd by La wife Tin-;. l.,n j. wBMn he will establish
arrived here on January lWh. ami h. .^quarters fa
. ed every minute of their DMMnlnloa and St. Vincent, his
f often went dancing lu .any has the contract for this
. m the Colonial Office
Connecticut
.-elmg them," they t h home >n
I ., ,it -Sweet Field," St.
Inn, on Route 80 ll
midway betwecr; V. Bennett, Official
Hasten, accommodates al>out I for the Barbados Turl
i vrday by
Thanksgiving Day an 31 P -larch 17tli.
ihle f'n ii'

:
staying
BY THE WAY
CRITICISM ol -had announced hi
photia, and
I
l
I
HY. 11 rvlvh kilt !'< I
iding "Silent
I a Church "

Ol of Mr V.
llead-
SINOINI get you master ral ll and his
0 from Chin. Lug, and said. "A
aa she addxesaed a nvn ..gainst a
ing at Knivei.l.atjii last night housenui'1. i lining his
ih shouted. "Thai's tin- rrsends." At that moi
i-iookcd." (Loud clair's "Horses lo Watch Tins
t'aar" fell out >f the Headmas-
over a poster which said. "Vole icr
And Put The Socialists ed the till
By Beachcomber
>>( n!' itf Iht hi'nl uurlii
W
in" Mi
of bod> '
htlnlflti ol N '
lh> \iirk'>i'-r Seamdat
i.d droppad it .^ though stung
It
-
i-i nor, while Smart-AUuk
THE nastivst o| -is mopped his forehead with a
of Mart I Is say- luiudkerchi.-f covered w'l|> P**-
ing a mouthful paid a personal lures of I). ot the
Mb roBj Be past.
iiv anybody should wiita
..... me lo ask how boi
- ure trained Is not In
1 have never boaat-
pubU a| avj knowledge
::,. an I
thus. They are accompam-
tlieir trial flights by a number ot ,
pigeons fitted with small
angg They get so used to
leolug these mechanical birds ra-
il bases that thc> SSUl
0] iimtaling them.
Mtirfiiuil not--
WHENEVER the weather be-
so cold that the elec-
. has to be cut. I call to
the dark ages before elec-
whvn people warmed
( .ve> with real tires, which
Ml dependant on gigantic
powar houses. Nor could the
f an intricate system
plunge millions of i-
tiarkness without warning. In
those benighted days you had
awn light
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FKII>\Y M Mil II
on
fhe Answers lo 11 Mini Questions
The Big, Big Bomb
By I'l-oiY-soi- ||.|.;. |ejep|%
fttsident of the British Atomic Scientists' Association
W '"" "'"-bun,, u r ,V' ,'
|i the njdroen bomu "c l"na. "ly
H*' "* " also certain to S.
S !>" 'i'.nrltwuwltv
Ew mnr attractionjum as Etsjat front burning fuel, wnl iogen bomb
,-tns comolnmn coal ana axyn,
Carbon dioxide. 5 " "' H-ltomb render lh
Vu Uus .iK.in-bii.ld.il.: r _? bon>'> obsolete?
iwt clearly. Hi!
m. 11 .> oldn lhar, ,; 'om bombs are not ro-
ll* own "'"* n 'or "'' ','T' hvdr> bombs
Smrs imt.w "" *"" This "" Jj ImpofUni wea-
Z/wurcv from *hlch the lank ha, not
\Zm l "......i "o ., r "j"' obsolete.
Iivdrneen "2 f"'" ' ""
Kbow no that lhe heal ,"" bn,b ,,*r""
LTbu, comes Iron, iho combUuj '""" ""J"" "\ "'!. ihe
., "> P"* of such I
( DM 1 Nk| mankind e,oeel an,
.KW eonalnicllve benellu"rom the
a,mS: K, """ on Ihe hvdro.en bomb-
His can only * -.......
-just as
Ml Will I"1 '"
11 AltR Mitts ADVOCATE
PACK TIIRKF.
---------"" en
I III.S MM mnsl unlikch line
can never be sure what new dlf
i| new inventions will
a by.producl. But
hot enough. - muue as Dv-producl
ft temperatw e case of the hydrogen bomb'l
have u Ihev dn in the i.limnt at itreseni i.wi,,.,, .. -.....
IOC ti'i.p. ..........
sjBtns babave as Ihey do in th
.me must I* n as th
ICverBiiif n
Ca/which is 20 n
WBUgrade
t la fact. I
b nally onl;
A lakes millions ..i years to be
tun
cannot at present picture any wav
in which its principle could be
' to a constructive
! t'annol the principle of re-
leaalna energy Irnsn hydrogen
atoma be uaed lo produce
power rar Indnslrr"
lamed' s to"ob-i ?FP,POSE'h'' is feasible, bill
Ik. mulls more nuicUj one '',''""'*' ""nember the very high
o7^ iridro.;"bZz-- ?4LBMkTjs
Uge. of Ihe h,dro,en lmh ,,, , , ,,, Jhcin
steedlly for ihe working of a plant
10 How ,.,dri. i, the principle
of Ihe hydrogen bomb known
I* scientists?
reactions
'"' IHIch!.....,8ht atoms
U Known lo all competeni nhyaj
11. traquently dig.
he bomb's
'''' 5* "; intlUai ot
Ikla chosen
;inrt o> lb' / 'Mency. are
ihp aiom lmh'.'
ATOM bombs arc limite
frither ;n the omount of atomic
ttlotivc which they can contain
Vrwson mpOMible
r more thi amount
J
itiwr will
lltLITlv
:
Thei
ggJggtfBjaj
C no :'"* Uml*' / 'are
poplo 1. i>oml. knomi only to tt* individuals
'uig on the projen t 11 U it possible to improve on
UM hvdroi>en bomb. ,. the
hydroaen bomb Improved on
the atom bomb?
ONI Should never predict the
nitun M sciemliu- dison.
it looks as it these two principles
w using the only two wan .(f
ntranag matter into iu more tiahie
rormnamely ihe bmklnf up o(
itoms which are loo heavy, and
the building up f those which are
too light.
hnve speculated tof
OHM tun.' about the possibilitv of
dMtnrytnaj mutter entirely and
turning it all into energy.
This would be energy enormou1-
[) more powerful than that pro-
duced althar by tiu- iton-bullong
or atom-splitting processes.
But 'modern knowledu,
structure of the tom hi aluoVl
complelciy convinced IU that such
complete destruction Is an
impossibility.
* Thcaf qnsu'rr* trere oirrn
In an hiu-rrivtc irith the Sun-
day Express. L F..S.
the expli
rmrt exploding until
Ud be*-:.
'
ihk of makinp in ihl
fc muc) verful blasj
"
Wcpur^c, than will be
..
'4 How murh more newerful i
the hvHnw-n bomb than the
- Uorn bamh?
A POWER I 100 time's great
pc that of the Hiroshima atom
has Imh'ii quoted In the
pspapers I do not know if
m fifurr li ooi red but
Bly Would not
*.tre
, Tf them were i 000 Mm*
bwrfiil bl
Ifcr frester area
TV tree of destruction wouH
t.non time*
pter. hut- one might exneel it
I X 100 '
> 'he irea occupied by Greater
fsi
iWsat .re Ihe ieatfwafw
New Buildings
Going Up In
Georgetown
LONDON. By Mail.
In one of its periodic articles on
modern architecture. "The Finan-
cial Times" prints a description
by Mr. A. Trystan Edwards a
Fellow of the Royal Institute ot
British Architects, of three build-
ings being bulll in Georgetown
British Guiana.
Reviewing the new a.im-g.
lor the General Po
Booker Bros.. McConnell and Co',
and Sandbach Parker and Co.. he
pointed out Ibat there is an
essentially English atmosphere 1:1
Ihe Colony, although the
structures are not just adaptations
of British buildincs. Thcv have
elements of originality which an-
title them to be in son;.
models for similar pUni
'hero ipacsj Is avail-
able."
The General Posl OflUe. thrw
storeys high and covering 32.550
square feel, will accommodale. be-
sides Ihe Post Office and Savings
Bank, the main mail sorting office,
the Post Office accoun-
ment and the telephone exchange
A sweeping forecoin I
"emony
St. Vincent Gets Holiday
For Princess Alice
(BarbntluN Advocate rtnia>iinit)
KINGSTOWN
wn turned oul in full number-

Royal v.sn here, after n v,,,rs Th|,
EkkL
ter of Uiii'.'n \ udirm sni.
ler of Queer.
UAvT ^.J5 "'".. mornlr,K "" n n ,v.l,.,imi Uiiu-h. Iarin, ihe
hour, and reel i p,-,
Tanganyika
\ow Being
Developed
kHYlKA is a most in-
Ung territory and Its develop-
ment h..- .:,',, .My lXfun com,
narat
ksaaral oi thai
" Md the -Advocate" ves-
lerday.
lr. Inniss is now on four
"'' from his duliea and
ending it with his parent.-
li and Mrs A de L Inntss ol
Hill
He said that Tanganyika is i
"rue over SW.OOO square miles
. ..I according to the last ronsti;
f >" taken In 1M. thr
population consists of i.ithc
more than 7.O0O.0O0 Africans
?n*2!. S'000 A""" nd aboul
'O.noo Europeans
The country has high moun-
tains in the north and east, in-
cluding the famous Kllimanjarr
' t 19.000 feel It U
' the south an<
ui in ihe mhtdla n is fairly
' although at the same tlm<
raduallv from ihe shore tc
,lhe Interior
UaMka ii.ri...,!,,,
On the ,-oaal. it can be assn
I luring the hot season ani
I as it is south of the Equator, th.
seasons are the dir,.
of Barbados. The hoi season
rom October to ml.!
The genial sun temperatures arc
not higher than those of Barbados
but ihe humidity U grHttr In th.
Interior, n i, drier, and on
ln the high lands it become-
:noler
The rainfall varies in Ihe vari-
ous parts of the territory. In Dar
es Salaam. Ihe .apllal it is < rri
Weatherman's
Adjectives
Criticised
NEW YORK To his surprise.
New York's on ,..itherman.
|Amoa Christie, :s being ontt-ised
for using adjectives in his weather
forecasts. The other da]
dieted thai the weather would be
dismal" letters are coming in
urging him to forecast the weather
not comment upon it Mr Christ-
tie's rejoinder "A good thing we
Old not use the first adjective
ssa choselousy."
salute
Mi '.he charmin/
n"d Princess Ml
by Brigadier RDM ,
and the Earl of AIM
w-rnrlng mornir
wrre met nt the saluting base bv
Ihe Admin - 9 y Coutls,

Shapeley.
..... 'ipstai
AMI oi Honour but ..
National Aitthe-i
the Prince. 4itely at th. HJI kw "'' '
it* m .... p.... .. ,,,,rlh 'ro" rann.
:; ...... ,!"* |"iim-i .ii mi
of Honour.
The Princess inspected th
Guard and then roe
illuminated addreea a.
from s,
Clair Bonadie. the Chairn
"'
bad by ai
lie guard, thi
The .Irvrlopm-nt wf TtinianWIit.
naOj hr*n In IKK., with Ihe .. \rnl of the 4irrmA>M who hull*
I rtlhnV thmosh ihr ,-enlrr nf
Ihl "limn from |>ar ei Salaasit
to Ihe lake* an-l another In the
the eoaal
Do You Drink? It Was
Fixed Before Birth
ll> Chapiiiiiii I'in. li. .
CS1" -flhey could switch he drinking
sKinoierato drinker or chronic i hablu
C j h""rre J"" are On some diets all the animals
RJ?rt '" '' medical| soakc i thernaarrat in drink. On
-7pnousne.. today. others they all "went on the
wwri of company you keep wagon "
Ri2r"ninc" H'1"1 -v"u w'"' The scientists are now trying lo
JTSH."" .Iironic aliohollcs (human
HZ o."*-1' Wl 'orwnrd by ,. ,li. i wiUi diet ue.tmeut.
B" University scientists, says __________________
lacks?0" ** lTi'v''' "lc<*01'
B^li^ ., CHURCH ACCUSED
,"r PRAGUE. March !
TAdier The last asylum of reaction, the
'*WlfauTi nrL-T .' ZLi hih Catholic Church hierarchy.
r,h must be stripped ol Ihe remnants
of life hypocritical cloak. Hade
l-ravdo. the organ of the Czech
Communist Party, said today.
ipor was commenting on
Goltwald's recent re-
'2*!?? i the rwull
Bf^f-ul. pre^m, at birth
gprobably inherited. '
Usts offered animals
E? leoboj
HVSL.: , '"' W,U"
Waul' ''," "*""" "PPWreo
mo*r ' '" "" ""'ot-ilei-.

__ _------,-----n -w^-s.wu*a uiiini m- ,
ing with the new town plan for'
the area, is o main featuiv
Booker building, already under
construction, which will house the
ompany's oflllo
and laboratories, while plans have
been made to add two
the single-storey win,:'
sary.
The two-storey building of
Sandbach Parker and Co.. will
include the comp.-.m'
*tore and shippiiin
Mr. Edwards comments: i
new buildings are virile <.....
positions and modern in concen- "'i
'ion. yet 'hey nay defe------
If More Is Spenfl
Than Is Earnnl
Trouble Ebbom
hUreh 2
A counti v i Mik) not
of troubh

induatnalisr when l* ad*res..,
'hr Tiinid;..! (
I
this morning
Simplex Time Reeordlni
1
Uiblhhed
i
volunteer
tngadc.
rnecrowtlialoiu
Hie Princess
, nodded and waved hak


tnt House and then visited tw.
scc.Hidary choola, kept

nt n Gaif.i
Hou.'h, afteiuoon.
Admini-trntor Couttl iteelan
-iblir holiday.
By OaW
Ntrmtthl Into the InteHar lo thr
mminUlna.
Reads a| that time were, an*
Mill are. far from ....,! rxrepl In
the lowna.
; turad from
M hv the iwka In the
Itt4-t| ,hen fd-
Mt nrHain under
v Trygve Lie Holds
Private Talks
larch 2.
I 'iiry oen-
li understood to
be lu.lch ;ilk.s with
I the Sot in ]'
oottorthvj
r the Chineee
baVm ;iini East-
West Rets ter.
, ..sv...ice u
thi plasaii tradtUoii Ud will not
clash with the older purl
town. Thi ri n credit
lo the inpitiil cJty of the Colon*
and will add to its an
repute."
Of Booker'; | n d
Parker, he mM: t
nrm< have an honour.il
in Empire building -RIP
225 Sirikrs In
U.S. In January
WASHINCTfJN. Marrh :.
About 225 new strikes began
during January in tin
States, the Bureau of Laboui
statistics announced.
ThtM involved 280,000, work-
ers with a total of 2.600,000 idle
man days. In Decent
were 190 stoppages.
40,000 workers and 1.200.000 idle
man days lost. Renter.
Churchill Wrote
To Mussolini

Knell' f]
v.

could no' i week by
not fun!" rf Iht, I
Ma)or If
drouilo I
disciplined l-
that he was fined as a rei I
an enquir\ h< unnlnl |
nf his ilcparti I. n
HoDounbti .
asked the Govornment In Apri
hist year for a full i
-ill matt
.'udge eritlfi*ed Toofood*fl admin- '
'
iBr table)
Bombay Pottea
Foil Coiuuiuiiist
IMol In India
i xecuuve inal :ne nicranri. .,p-
-'*> steady drinker-. pears to have become the rally-
nS^h dnn*". othersi.Ilg point |or lhe illegal activities
' -T "_?.oum,n "Poet let. 1 all reacv.onarv elements
,-i K4. 'r'"n8 PPet tes.
Hn? ,lr,nke with a rela-
.V thP
dentists foum
Oil rtMCiiurmii rieriiciai*.
Three non Catholic Church.'s.
thO Kv-iiigelistu- Church of Ctech
Hr.-ilir.ii. the Czech National
Church and the Orthodox Church,
BOMBAY, If
Bombay | j |aimed
they had foiled
create mughuut
MIL.AN. M.ti
._...... Photographic copies of letter-
j urt lo th'1 '.ciuiiuni-. Party \ exchanged between Winston I 'o creiii
Executive that !ht hierarchy ap- Churchill and Benito Mussolini '''lia on March 9.
up to ihe time of the Italian War | The Police said
in Africa are believed to be in
the possession of the Italian Min-
ister of the Interior. Ifaj
the Milan newspaper said today.
The police ae reported to have
taken ;he cases to Rome for scru-
tiny by The Ministry of the Inte-
'*Jtmr ,'k,v"um:' loumi Inal Church and the ortnooox unurcn,
Pig T*"* animals' diets -- have sent greetings to President, tiny oy me l
alia.^"V.* Muantities of Gotfwald and the Prime Minister. ; riorHeater.
^Odother jngredientj.-------It ruler.
the plot, following an-
grenades and agnmunltl
..
headquart. uimrbs of
Bombay, and aelred the printing
plant. (Renter I
LIGHT & POWER
TROUBLE FREE
ttAL ..
Ml
"LISTER"
ALTERNATOR SETS
1 K.W. DIESEL DRIVES ALTE1NATOM
,i *-*
!5 r : ; i
#. z z z
siiiuaii
NYLON STOtKIM^S in Ntu shjdri. |.ea prr pr.
LACE all ovrr 26 In. uldv In Whilr. H>ln Blark al SI.75 r-r i>r
Also Trlmmlnc Lace Irqm Be. la 18c. per vd.
I ADIES' BELTS In a larar A>sorlmriil ol raleu*-.
KITCHEN TOWELS suod sixr i'.r.
Ip^OOOQOassj
*HH* i, swltrhkssinb and Aalaaaassc Veltkfe
knaUtaca.
^^^TE RANCE Of SPARE PARTS IN STOCK I
J**- ii/ws toi \unt lul
'ark a^^ ,,! 4J44
ihioaiiui. mil ss siioi'.
MM
i immu >i CifJaWnsj
Sirea: S fl. by V,. M. und Hi- (I l.y 9 ft.
Ain
LI\OI-K- M H IIOIIS 6 ft wide
All very reaw.n.il'
i. iitoi: Hid.
lla II Roabuck Strw<
aaaaatetiiiiiiiiniiiio
tDcoi-porktad
1IM
('oimiii'iiciii^ Saliinlay Jlh March I9.rll
Value, ullrrrd lion al Ihl. I Ml , HIIIGKR and BETTER
ihan vrr kajsjas.
been forlunale lo brink lhrs. item,
lo Harlwlos prr-ilFvalaalkH. Dal- c.,-..
plus
'
T""' Ameri-
can n
BARGAINS THAT SPEAK FOR HUMS' VM :
I.I SI II MS~
li Tins wilh Tray, Cup and Saucci SI
LEMOSAIll --I n
aea lemonade Set Only 91
i i.i. Hills
rnal Ita Trays....... Now 3 for $ 1
III -.1 PANS .'. POLISH I UITHS
Green or Red Dust Pan and
Yellow Pnliihini Clolh Bolti lo> $1
- XI I II'INS
kMlIM Milk Saiire|>an Saducdlott
" \~ls-.
While enamel Basin and I raka Toilel Soap loi Jl
I II AMBERS
coated enamel First Quallts Only SI
PCM I'll I ' " i lo. SI
It im I \P BOTTLC8
1 Pint sue . o lev SI
* (o. 91
I I HI III.- I.IM. ,v PIS-
24 lect Strong Line
sue Clothes Pins......... AU lor 91
'i KM *
Half pint Tumb ers ,0 ) if 4
Pony Glaaaea l0 J for X1
D Glasses .......... .. ) W '
UK \SIEII RET
Decanter wilh 6 Glaaaaj....... Only SI
i wn
Complete with (lowered chimney, bumri
At the lowest price in 1o.->n Only SI.98
0. W. HLTCHINSON & CO., LTD.
Sh<*ppinc hv Cnnvrvor Belt
IU.INOIS Kventhmn that:
BjS)tn| tiresome has been <
removed m lhe perfect store"
which opened lo-d.iy m Kvan^ton.
Illinois. The customer who can-
not And the department which
sells, shall we say. bath mats,
picks up the nearest telephone and
sn operator gives her directions.
from the spot where she
ing. There ^ im tTiore waiting for
he wrapped Chutes
cany them from counter to wrap-
ping room und .inderajn
rayon take the wrapp*-
to a supervisoi stationed in the
narking spare
Bald Men in Ifemand
BERLIN Hundreds ot bald
Germans reeantij torn i
Itn film studio Imping I
parts In a picture about
barber. The choice for I
perfect hairless spe.
nromtsed .CIA for hi* appearance
Aspirants jire from ;,l!
Germany Those unable to make
the journey arc writing m. Says |
one- "When pol-hrd up mj
bilhard-ball h- hln> rOU
rould itini th ki llgi is whan
I am on the
A Hamburg that (or I
the nake ot ., rl wlUInaJ
10 iw auavagi lUvirun i
puts on th- irfc >( In. photograph |
" ' 11 for hi* i
' \nd a i
Wuppeitnl ' m her!
hiisbam iwini a
hi 4>d p rttiu
"Me i^ i
Mnrfoots 6etfitr.
sca/p &e/s fatter..
Htfmyoucteck
OrySca/p
BfeV-
m LUXURY^
^W thaluauiTl
futicura
^s1 lAirilM
TO CANT IXPICT to make n
good impression when Dr\- Scalp
makes your hair messy, hard-to-
comb, and full of loose dandruff.
Check Dry Scalp by supplement-
ing the '. -U Loose
dandruff is gone. You stay neat
and well-groomed alt day.
'VaseUne' Han Tonic works with
natureit contains no alcohol or
other dr>uig tasjpedseuti Try
'Vaseline' ILni Tmuc ^sjajat.
today.
Vaseline
HAIR
TONIC
'"in,,. J
Ef
I BT MOai MIN TODkT THkN ANT
OTNn Ham tonic
Boys and Gir s Grow ^
W with
QUAKER
OATS
lr With an ahft
with an abundance of vital
loud essential*, Quaker Oats
provide* the nourishment
needed to help youngsters
grow tall and huvky, sound in
bone and num.c, alive with
energy. Ihat's why more and
more, you'll lind ia\ty Quaker
Oats at family breakfasts
every morning!
And of great importance,
Quaker Ojis provides these
high nutrition values at low
lost. Quaker Oata is Nature's
Wonder Food no other
whoie grain cereal uflcrs big-
ger food benefits!
IDIAL NOURISHMENT FOR AU THI FAMILY I
Quaker Uats it a ntiurishiaa. delicious
MKIAK.FAST FOOU for ihe whole famil..
It IS rich ia vital food eaacniials needed for
sununa,atrcngth aod raduntbealch. Quaker
<>su supplies eaaentia) minerals, rwouias,
carh.>h>dratei.andeiieniial ViiamioBiaad
Hj. thai iw food into eoergy.
Bay Quaker Uais dowukIhui your family
"If every day with a health.ul Quaker Oan
hrcakfasi!
rAoee
HIALIM HCAUS1 QUAK1K OATS SUMtllS
4fie/MINOlAU..............fc,^^
MOgf ntOniNS..............far tails! I
4SJS/ SSSBSSSSBSBB..........in
m, "M.-M"
"$r io a rws tfpfrizmc aaaassn
BoU2cupsofwaler.AdJsaJi.WhcnrR.il-
ing. add 1 cup of Quaker Oan. Cook it,
siirring, for 214 minuets. Thal'l ail.


PAGE FOLK
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Utility M
BARBADOS & ADVOGffE
r-.----------t------------*.......---
r nn 11 w t- Anw o> Us. "' "' *"*
Kridnv, March l UM
AImiii A Public Utilities
Commission
ll II. I Siii.iIm.-s H. E. I. C.
floral AiiilH*J*dnr.
THE forthcoming visit of Her Royal
Highness Princess Alice and her husband
Karl of Athlone will sanst'.
Of the peoples of the West Indies for trffe
presence among them of members of the
Royal Family. Within recent times there
has been a misunderstanding of the word
Empire rather because "f the concentration
on the ideal of self-government than
.hr.mgh disloyaltv Those of
i bo slill remain within the British
Empire are bound to feel that the presence
of members of ihe Royal Family amjnR us
indication that the old tics which bind
I m still 'here and Still
preserving.
It is not the firs-
and the Earl of Athlone
ban among us be)..... and have ei
he hoM.iMlity of the people-.
while ,ns "' our
n But it is
Ath-
M as ambassadors of
i,y 'hp
minions and
the distinction
of being Governor General of two Dom-
:.,. It was in 1914 that he was ap-
pointed Governor General of Canada but
| to the outbreak of the first World
until
twent;. la'1'''.
In 1923 he I,.
South Africa and it was hi I
deared himself to the African people by
learning their language. In lb
Prn> Id a special place, and in
order to satisfy them the Earls t
office was extended for a period of two
years Later, in 1940 at the height of the
Second World War the Earl who had ren-
dered fine service as a soldier was ap-
pointed Governor-General of Canada
which he had not been able to fill in 1914
}|,.,,- loo th* Earl and Princess Alice
achieved further personal success.
Her Roval H
daughter 0< lTi.ll I . Duk*
of Altai N i daughter of the late
Queen Vattoris She has always
lenselv ' ol ,h''
Cl the Empire and it is by her
lamty a..d personal contacts, tat Inter-
Minion, of life aod work that she
stands out as a friend "1 cokonis
still Commandant In Chiel
re limited.
Hi : '
preset.-. .has
lust been installed ..
University Coll. a of th. Tn's
i I last month in 1U
cotnpli
1
at at
Itlite cllll-
and in each colony she has already
-. eing this work.
It is littiiii' that her BoytJ
i. has the prtvik
I.Qu.
and
humamtv
of ll
gland after
Ucnaral,
nd the
rs that the people of Barbados
SINCE my articles appeared hi
\UVOCATE of February ,tn
' and 2Mb there has been ample
re of me peat lntere.1
taken by Barladian. at present
in the aubjecl of electric supply,
and many people have asked me
lor more apeciric information on
tails A Minimi T>--
llon la with reference to Ihe exact
nature of a Public Commission to
carry out the duty of supervUing
rh*1 imbue, in the island, and this
Is point on which I feel it Is
perhaps not fltllna for a compara-
tive newcomer like myself to
dogmatise Under ihe circum-
stances however It is a fair nuos-
llon and I will try to answer it
with at least a tentative sugge*
lion, as follows, and subnet to
direction by those more laminar
with local conditions
I would be one of the last to
suggest adding another ponderous
and cxpenalve Item to the exist-
ing machinery d Goven.menl
am where, and m a small com-
munity like llarbados 1 believe
uld be possible to set up a
mission of. say 3 or a
M wlllinii to "rye on an
honorary basis, and to hold meet-
ing once or twice a month, or as
often as necessary to deal with
, that came before them
Their responsiliillly would be in
Ihe nature of I watching brief
,,,, ol the put ic
,, ,uch as water supply.
and trar.s-
seeun
In, humanly possible
efficient and
reliable service to the public, at
. vest rates, consistent ihert-
,nd at the same time
i ihe shareholders ot
when operated by private enter-
l"l'believe that what 1 am BU|-
1 gelling is only the bringing up
U) date of aomething that seems
10 definitely need that In Barbados.
Thinss have chanted a treat deal
,,"cethe Acts of 189 >"d 1901
were passed, when man.
retarded electricity and lei.1
as prequisltes of the rich and
hevond the reach of the majority
i am a staunch supporter or
prlvati md believe 1
imonlyl~.>. '"''"'
In realising thai, to survive now.
II must be really enterprising and
not Insist on being extremely
private about matters that are the
legitimate concern of the general
''"in"other countries it U rapidly
0, to be recognised that the
lit has a right to information
formerly held secret, about th'
tie. and protlis of concerns
that supplv its needs. It would
he part of the responsibility of
, ammission to see thai our
unities recognise this right.
11 might be thai any office or
I...arial stall needed could be
. ..led by utilising Ihe part-
lime service, ol existing perwn-
.i Government Departments,
' ard thus avoid unnecessary ex-
. The most pressing problems
should be grappled with first, and
;. supply would seem
.. priori!* I do not share UM
an leel we are
f ilanter when Ihe damaged
engines are again running, a. 1
think it might he only a reprieve
before further troubles
Manv visiting Americans and
Canadians have expressed
prise on hearing lhat there Is no
Public Utility Commission at
present in Barbados, and that the
privately ownsd companies have
so much freedom to raise rates
end jrnerally do a. tiiey please,
without let or hindrance. I have
myself been astonished by Ihe
extent to which many Barbadian.
Mem lo accept the explanations
offered by company officials and
resign themselves to whal strikes
visitors as an intolerable condi-
tion The officials presumably has.-
fallh in Ihelr own explanations
but my technical m.nd dwMs on
Iht things for which no explana-
tion is offered, the sort of things
into which it would be the duty
of Ihe Commission to inquire. In
the natural exercise of Its runc-
It is of course always difficult
for non-technical persons to
prOOeriy weigh and assess Ihe
pros an ">> technical
matters. In fad it ", "racticaUy
impossible, and this In itself manes
a very strong argument for setting
up a Commission Including one
or more technically qualified men,
charged with the duly of guarding
the public Merest When neces-
sary it would also function to fee
lhat the utilities had fail- play
when they were reasons!! en-
titled to some concession Irom
Ihe public, which must happen
sometimes. .
Supplv Company to real
nual anaiaial return to the l.oy-
ernment. which is published in
the Oflicial Oazette. I have looked
up the latest return 1 ran llnd In
th.- Reference Library. hich is a
"""' .S5!,M,!? "'
blllties as of June 30th. 1948
No doubt this complies wi.h the
law unless or until the Governor
deems lit lo exercise his power to
demand a complete and detailed
examination of the record The
balance th. I
and issued capital
at lhat date, with quite substantial
amounts In general reserve and
depreciation account. From sucn
a brief statement it u of course
impossible to s.-
of the actual cost ol generating
electntin in Barbados, or whether
Ihe protiis are small or large
Since I wrote me article printed
on February 25th I have received
some interesting information about
the electrical utility In British
Guiana, from a source that 1
feel must be regarded as unques-
tionably accurate According to
my informant the steam turbine
plant there h..~ enjoyed an envi-
able record of reliable perform-
ance for many years past, and the
rates at which electricity is sold
are quite substantially below those
in Barbados, while the plant may
be fata-ly considered comparable
with our. as to sue and general
operating conditions. The fuel
used Is crude al Irom Trlrldsd.
I have since been -rying to think
of any valid reason whj
rent should be cheaper in B.C.
than it is here I
make a useful suggestion on this
point'
The Utility Commission that 1
visualise would be able to gather
definite data on comparable
plants as a useful guide in deem-
ing where and how Barbadians
might benefit from the cxi-
of other communities. Another
function would be as an authori-
ty before which to lay grievances
Since I have been in the Island
I have heard quite a lot of peo-
ple grumbling about the defect
of the system, apart from in*
serious condition that has exist-
ed during Ihe past 8 weeks or so
However, it seems that al ursaei
there is nowhere 10 go with a
grievance. real ot imagined,
whereas it could be a duty of the
Commission to hear and weigh
grievances, and in case of on
that seemed legitimate, give th.
Company opportunity to stale its
case in reply.
A well regulated at
should make a point of planning
for future grow.n and expansio.
tor it, and ..
trauld
Comm.ssion to approve <.i
plans, and if necessary to demano
that proper and Un -
taken lo translate plan
-.. so that the
of the community a
larded by a shot-
on the part of Company Direc-
tors. This ap > 'm
portant when the actual conlro
of the Company is not in Barbado
at all but in Engla-
tory of engineering projects of al.
kinds there have been man
in which the policy that w...
desirable technically has been >c
aside for financial reasons, and v..
are surely entitled to the me
assurance that this wli
not be done with the I
Barbados. What real as-
Ihere be without a regulating
body of son I
-.. with the necessary a
cal quahllcations and the authori-
ty to exercise the n
diction over our mil r!
At present we seem to be far
too much at the mercy of gentle-
men sitting in offices in London,
who may or may not be genuine-
ly unselfish In putting our best
Interests before their own.
It might take time to set up
such a Commission :.s t have out-
lined above, as it would
sumably call for legislation to be
enacted. In the meant.,
situation with reference Ifl
.pply is urgent, and the en-
tire course of even-
past 2 or 3 years has bean
lhat the need for a searching in-
quiry into the real cause, and
possible remedies seems to be
strongly indicated, as well as into
the matter of the rates charged
for the poor service given. So far
as I can tell from reading the
Acts, no special legislation is
needed before Instituting such an
inquiry, as the Itecstssao -
were written Into the Acts as they
were pasted from 40 to 50 years
ago.
Now some energetic and public-
spirited persons have taka
with a view to presenting a peti-
dnl that the t-
to be hoped that the public will
respond wholeheartedly an I
promptly by signing the petition
Views On lto#<
A comparatively short seawon
.,! Um House of A-aembly la
Tuesday was principally devoted
to the subject of beer at least
a pleasant eiiouh topic A bill.
moved by 111 iVUms, to regulate
ing ul ihis cboti
age was passed with little argu-
ment and considerable interest
rod ruimiinits on the
matter were made by 111 OOd-
rtoajM Ihe moit Interesting
bMng the question of b
i out that several local
manufacturer* of mineral waters
Iha importation ol
H| that
l,|.,JMINi-d l,H'W'I> WlillUl Ml .ill
probability I. ww. I
wt-uld not consider it a wise move-
(or any b*r plant to be obliged
DM bottles of other
..therwlM. tor
wares It may be that the
.of the proposed *>f*wf5v
I have already made plans for tno
procuring H buttle* from an DOT-
side source, for having to rely
. ,;ili". ol foreign comueti-
0] ambiguous.
Tba n...ti.i of prtea nui utl
docttlt whrihtr the proposed
brewery will prove a fl
I ., dismal flop" -tin re-
. must be within the
| mi which that ot
rands most r-
not Thirty-six cents, the
. . .'
sn.i English b*r. t* out ol the
lew salaried man.
II laf" U .1.1.
The brewery will have to dtj
one would assume, almost entire-
ly on the local market, for the
prospects of exporting, on any
large scale, do not appear to be
bright. Other West Indian islands
would be a logical market, but
Trinidad, where a fair quantity of
beer is consumed, have a plant
ol then
1 do not. incidentally, re call see-
ing a bottle of Trinidad beer on
any other island wltl
| Tobago. Mr Al
alert to the
but his fears as to foreign com-
u from importations such as
whisky nn enterprise Ml
To a casual ob* t dot I seem
th.it n num-
ber of Dutch and English beers
ll mar-
ket, and Government might do
u.'li i*i Imp 1'iiis on
lion of the
local industry rather loan
with ti I Of spirits. As
Mr Ooddard so aptly put it, good
rum is made in Barbados, and the
rum barons rightly Jiavc little
fear of local beei challenging
I .pile.
;ii Ik- nterastlng to
kin>w if Iha brewery intended to
MToduca .i draNLlht beer from the
wood. This might we.
be thi
in otheri vJ,, ' **** world
Druni Mat ?Bula al-> op*n nuirksrl
In liiiili '..i CMh ., tahOMl......
cmtm ar* uasUl> rl\utuibi'
rot ptuvp iBtrUruUrly nmiunssraliM-
Jum how many wnuld B>
In Iha- prvpoaswl taow ImluKrT would dr-
pnd. m Mr Godtfetrd **. " u"
.uccMH of product If Uw prtc l> rftfti
.lid Uu> q utllH cult'Parable- '
bf|MU, Ihne ahutild Im ibwqtNnt ""
.. (airly Ui>. l
M Mo. certain hon
member- did Mri knpe-iir to be) n> rnoiir
ol ouUadfi tx-mins lo thin
lttliK up bu<.ina, but Ihi-rs; r '
im ntMd -S*t lorcirn Mpitf1
' Ihr brsw |
nM OuMd*
icttuiu In rrnployiiMni u ' 1-
Imukl. In Uu-m Uimi, rc*iw ever
>MHing' th* bra* Imluatry bsW--
i-igbuy rwt Ousmo* *urpr.
ictulU In rrnployiMnl Of loral
11 *-m. quite nsatunally, not t*aw*1^I
.* to whether the company intend to
produce mine than one brand ol beer
oi whether they intend to IB
. also veemt to I
local Ml*
Arwrt tioni ihr mailer ol price, much
t. will depend on th* co-opef*m>n
lail s'..ic. f.ubn and hotel..
Wllh Canadian brer now unobUlnabl*.
A local product -hould conpar* lavotir-
. iud brand* ai ar*
presently ... Htd may well
prov vast I v
Some o( the Imported be*r which lru
M-iibr ht% U-tnl her* haa rrarmble*
il
d I am unable lo *y. a*
:.t rvay b* put
Th*a are Miurt (ki. LB th* !**--
houlmx. no baUllnr. Ju* rouUne The
prvvloui Tuaday I had barely had
time lo **tU* down to mj
i mm rudely '
thrown out lo |* a. i
al KcnaUuton And nol to Ions aa
i mm asnd t., *, laal i M a**
:
old day. will return, human oatur*
Ihe Vegetables You Eal
THE Caribbean ti

iadcqualei
md full employment and
tandards for Iheir pop-
can mil continue lo neglect the pro-
.mmodities, sucn
which represent a substantial
,. nditure in their import
This is Ihe general conclusion reacl
,-clahlcs Trade of Ihe (.mlitx-aii
seventh in the series of external trade bul
latin* being published by the Central Secn-
tariat of the Caribbean Commission, rhii
conclusion is supported by comprehensive
a showing imports of fresh vegetables
cabbages, canned vegetables, pn
tomatoes, potatoes, onions, peas, beans, and
the like, into the territories during the thir-
teen vears, 193547. by weight, value
.nd countries of origin The quantitv
and destination of the exports I I
commodities are also given, thus
ing a complete picture of the Cl
uation, and allowing the
to decide for himself the truth or otherwise ol
the assertion frequently made that the Carib-
bean territories produce what they do ni t
consume and consume what they
oroduce.
TBis study indicates tne extent to which
the Caribbean diet is dependent on h
for its simplest requirements and tbi
number of countries from which those imports
mall in the aggregate II
affords an example of one direction 11
.imiliar recommendations for the o.
cation of Caribbean economy and the
local production of basic foodstuffs, can be
implemented.
The "Commission territories combined
(presented in 1946 a market for 131.420 tona
of vegetables, as follows: fresh vegetables,
3.809 tons; potatoes. 67,258 tons; peasi ana
beans. 29,648 tons; onions and garlic.
tons; dried, canned and preserved vegetables
17 715 tons. The total imports for 194b repre-
.ented an increase of 79* over the total Iro-
T 1935. which amounted to 75.977 tons,
as follows; fresh vegetable*, 3.227; p
3?.508; peas and beans, 24.602: onion
garlic. 10.166; dried, canned and pi.
2.174.
Converting the European currencies into
States currency at the official rate!
jf exchange then prevailing, the Con--
rie. spent $4,475,584 US on theii
table imports in 1935 and S18.33u.32b. or lout
times as much, in 1946.
Two further considerations of great sigiuli
cance emerge in the present currem
nt to which these imports
h:uropean territories originate In hard
.-urrencv areas, the United States and Can-
pies may be cited Uniteu
trade in fresh vegetables with Jamaica,
Bahamas and -Martinique; Canada's doii.in-
I the potato and onion trade of the
British We*t Indies; the large imports ol
peas and beans and dried, canned and pre-
served vegetables from the United State* mto
the Bahamas. Jamaica, Martinique, St Ktts-
md St. Vincent.
"The acute shortage of dollars in the t anb
bean", the bulletin slates, '
in might well be i
of a leak for which no obvious necessitj if
apparent.
The second consideration is, perhaps, more
.. representing an active, rather
than a passive, attack on the dollal
:,ither than saving dollars, I:
cation of Caribbean
.1 from its ither than a
purelv insular aspect, th I bard
currency areas in the Caribbean area whose
. getabls* corntituta one of the
most promising sources of dollars foi
Caribbei i is. Those
Puerto Rico and the Netherlands West Indie*.
hi not to find it lm-.
book continues "to produo
tables which could hold their own in.
local markets with imports from distant l-atin
gag pt, Cyprus, Madeiru.
Rumania, and ,, .
I Caribbean tomatoes, especially lo
r Puerto H
bers to the Ol ** increasing export"
of vcart.ihles from the Dominican Republic 1"
Netbtrlandi Wi 'no the
is. together with the export
the Bahamas, are seen as so
. an putcnlialiti.
... increase the
i I
In this i. .urn linn, the most hopeful dec.
is felt to be i'
vegetal.: ports not only
In the local market bul also in Barbados.
great difficulty bcrore
which ''- ""i"'-
...ii. Ihe
a small conlorence 01 ..Ustical officers
'this vear. ind the Commission's Central So
: Ing the tarlfTI
' the esstnlial commodities imported hv Ihem Dele-
ihen have this inlor-
thai .is.c.c.
Tins DANISH CREAM 3^ ""
Asst. Tins ENGLISH PLUMS 40 "
NS RED LABEL BEER ... 26 21
' (OLO-VVtUli SIOHas
WE HAVE
Al.l'MlM .M SINKS with Double Drain Boarf,
M.IMINL'M SINKS wilh Single Drain Boare,
AM 'MINI M SINKS, N ins. x IS ins.
gNAMEL SINKS. 21 in~. x lb ins. h M basVXlltJ
PORt 11.A1N SINKS. 27 ins. x 18 ins.
PORCKI.AIN BASINS. 25 x 18 ins. & 22 n
(with or without Pedestal)
COPPER PIPE, *to 'j in.. ',in.. & |i,i.
and ntthlgl
WILKINSON II.VVNIS CO., LTD., Succeiwn I.
C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD.
Phones: .472, 4687.
from our Bis Selection
of CRETONNES nd
the Popular Howered
PLAN 111 ..... MM. K> W.I K SHOW!* CWM"
DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
A REAL
Ol II IIIAIHHN ls%Vl
Everybody Walk* In tin MM*!*
Bruad rod .-
In I'adook
mm
hould walk with i:
stopped spf-'bkiutc I
that from U
\o.M him.
I diked mj
KMtn.
-
/ uulhttll
I
, F A

'
If Mr Baeannoa (jiU to com-
HtttuMi a
v nual (icn-
eral Meeting, then that in nettht-t
fault
inn mum me, howt .
Aith f
il A F A The publu
ii. but
till not short ciiouBh for the
ng public of Barbados to foi -
get that only last >ewv Mr Shan-
non was p
i
tins another"
O S roIM'IN
Mom ,,,,sn AMOUNT FOR TIIEVFARTO30T1IJINK. I IMS .,. ^^....., ,,
IMS
C
1M7
t
uiislrati.ii By
Expenses in Lon-
don a Barbado..
Secretarial
aers'ices Audit
mnittoa
expenses, cablas.
printing 4 lUtion-
r^r. jeri
(1.350 I
Bdviaor> C
It,- a Miaeellane-
oua experuea
provision (or
preclatlon of Plant
and equipment 7.500 7.5O0
prollt on
tradlnf
.. Interest, dis-
count transfer
fee.
.. Interest on Tax
Re*rve cer-
tificates
IMS
1
1947
t
34.177 34018
353
119
447
11-'
. 13.500 13.500
. for
lU.OOO 10.000
,.,rd 1,*SJ 1.S5H
25.1(2 C25,'.a8
IVES
SHIKE CAPITAL
THOK1SKD I. ISSl ED 1200.000
brought down StJM
B a I a n a
brought for-
unili 1.95B 1,853
I
DELIGHT FOR
THE FAMILY
THIS WEEK-END
23,162 25,458
Mill IV ^lllir
CockUll Sherkin.
CockUII Sausage
Corklall PeanuU
,,i,,. Potatoes
ii..i. i linn..n -
ii,.i P'oealine
PkM i slerj llralU
3.UI 2.643
/ /.. In. i/v lifum
SIR
eal taar n.*m of tbr :
ll [ um Oiieraii tl
SUPPLY
COatXMLATIOM LTD taken from
,-
:i<49
vision haa
been made for
of
ins*
124 637
Balance being
23.204 23.805
34,649 t34.6ii7
T.. The Idllor. The Advocate.
NIK R
nceasion ol the aeeond A
| Service." over
m-ecMtto.
loan !! on.
r>h.
denoi
[34,649 34.907 munlt.v in genei . i ...
------------------------ 1 ho;
more people to spend this
of an hour Ii
these service..
deepen
r.ed and lo Ihe Mann,.
..deait be r.
lhat no other item be Mih-.*
place. A great aervl
being render.
i "Early Da
broadcast.
M. V TAYLOR.
MEAT DEPT.
Ill : I llll W ~H H*
i.ni mill i "\ IOH01 i
A r<
,W**
Hou^'hoW"-
?2&U!
Kni.Ha C"
(HIDDABIP


FRIDAY MARCH 1. MM
Clerks'
Wants
( nion
Many
More Members
'
___iber>hi)> waa
it the raeenl meeting of the
I
felt that
of members the betiei
chance lot the Union u
i wbi promised after the
i on March U.
UfNUAL GENERAL
Association of Barbados.
no -1 tt, Synagogue buiid-
^^HlOCiiP Lane 8.00
night.
, (tecidea to hold its local.
mj* Mvi : Mod-
^Md the Intercolonial Meeting!
JKa-Uun^-iy >"> Tin.;
r
SDO "
baWpteo.
pHBf out oi correspoiuU'iHv .
mv was read from '.in* British
Eai Athl i'i-
C^ivciir.i-'.i. Farnum to take
Ci&l Mi
I iM Hi
njicii having d.
..
following Oflkaj
A oo the Committal
for the year 1950;
W. It. CheiK-ry.
tflee-Presiui'ii:*-. Mr. L, .v
1 ind Dr. C. G
j- Presidents. Mr. G. E I
ill F ('. God-
T. MeComie.
Colonel R r Muhi-ii.-i
rer. Mr. W. A. Hicharcisun
iry Secretai-, Mr .1 W B
Aaaistarrt Secratarv Ui
Bt Jemmott: Auditors Mr
JLD. Gale and Mr. L. Thomas
i.ARBADOS ADVOCATE
Tanganyika
Now Being
Developed
Mandate
V.\ | |
Fnm ran 1
from Ihe league
Two Sel lla.k.
PAGE FIVE
Passing Out
Parade At
District "A "
l colour. hlimsMti
and brilliance, Um Poli i
S!?inB ut Para**e at Dtstrid
A yesUni;iv evening in the
I Ml W C Johiwxi
police Adviser t..
Past >rsl>rda> cvniiiii.
Sugar Workers' Houses
Should Be Repaired
With Welfare Money
ordinary members also
Committee of
They tfl
[t May< R Jur-
fcMr i. i! Cyrus. Mr. C. Cal-
1 Mr. C. W. Wlckham.
! and retired athletes ft!
Hsad graciously consented to
i knowledge to young
l and apart froi
f appeal was made for mem-
hope of better
ring obtained this year
tfear 18 the S.P.C.A. Tag
People who pass
r Square, along the pave-
Psy the Public Building,
after 9.00 o'clock n I
> rollcctink money and he
^ collecting it jii order tc
|kit other pals.
other collectors (not
Etui time) will be seen
(the City and the .suburb:
rilheld t-< assist in raising
P.CA, in order
i in turn may be able to
the good work they
i doing for so many
State for the Col
The Puii ... nuHH,
oi each section of then
tion and performed some excrllent
Btions.
A huge crowd surrounded tho
grounds and exhibited i keen
lcasure. Just before the
.lisplay began, the crowd were
from nterlDC. but when
'he parade got fully underway.
0gd in with thai degree
"i exeftfement which was not to
be thwarted, even h\ the burly
-
Among those |
A W I. Savage, wife of Hli K\- place referred
ilemy the_ Governor, Dr. 11. GjCUnUar action
Says Si. Thamm Vestry
IBN ..f the parish of St. Thomas llunk thai
f !"* the repaii of the house.
In the perish in ihe augar Industry Th"
of these houses re m a very bed ,,. 'rhej
h money ahouU I ,abll. ,, lfc
"' playing fields at any other purpose.
nine these
niflMUooi wore passed by Ihe
Vestry to ue forwarded to Gov-
ernment.
The mailer wai retaed bj Mr
> A. Walcolt, who in
to a somewhat
that had been
,' '' '' Ml II. A taKc-n In Iho VaatCT of St James
Dowdlns. M.C.P.. Mr. C. W. John. Tmfl ^ daddad
^>n. Mr. A. J. II. liansehell. Cit.that the Labour W.lfaiv Fund
J ,M',':,:":i;'-' and Hi nandh-d
"",l1"'11' '' in. ,,f iik-
J.t. Col. J. Council and Ml I Ihe Fund tor playini
Conned wai all very well, ttv
Display rk'tins iconudered, he said, but on the
The display began with (lie 11""* '"",d lho-v thousht the
Police Band, who made a breczv houses of dertmr around the sward ul<^ l!l
Pal.
vnal ihev could lo
91 ONI iihii SAND .
I ninety dollars
"
iBarbados Turf Club Spring
I. Thi- .miount is $4,482
n the First Prixe 'last
M also the lai.
I ale o( 2 Swi
been sold out.
S.-! have been
BBM1 of un-
origin broke out at
Joseph and
acres of second crop
M l1! acre ol third crop
am
the property of R. N.
St James and
aaind
it Hm mi. mii i:\mi\iii
George,
amly i,\ his home at about
je. yesterday. The matter
rated to th, i
MMDOU,
and oc-
| Ermie Gill, was
It was reported to
Mruik by i Pr
Speeding
W Fined
OSlS tO
. default
W^l "'"" Hlnda of
Kb* .5 '
" Worsini. Mi. II.
I
reaaooabla ron-
I tor oil.
* In. :
L*nce
liilllllliltisl
Weye Arrive
-^wgi of copra along
^ * cocoanut oil and
I y W-ton 'Belquccn"
i n its re-
i St- '
taking general
rJ*0"- AgcnU are
r Owners- Association
Ws on Today
>a^
i tetvrtfj
ing light music.
Next on the sward
Police dressed in day dutj unl-
rorm. then Police dressed in night
duty uniform. The Riot Squad
came next followed by the Har-
bour Police and Fire Brigade. The
sixth branch was the C.I.D. in
plain cloihes. These wen-
by Um Writ tevtn, Mounted
Policemen imtgeitd and the
rear was brought up by Motor
Cycle rknn and Polka transport
vans.
t this itan tl
oat Ihrillin;. The Riot
Squad d> tba many
tacilcs raqulatta In tha q h
a turbulent mob, much fa
light of the crowd.
Uoo of tilt- aquft
upon mock rebels and aitar .i
feigned squabble, arratti
Another went Kb their n
third.
posed to have reached the height
of its fury, were forced to Are
two rounds of
In the drdl without orders
which followed, the | .
gaged ihowi Ivm well

naJ phase of Um
v.-;is Um Poliea Band Cadata* var-
aion of a Drill 1 >
Tba Cadeti nva their display
in the form of a humour panto-
mime. They marched around, with
he while,
and jerked their fret in rhythmical
majmar.

r playing the "Batn
-God Save the King."
Sugar For
England
Mill' Specialist" (4.445
mi shed its loading he
[at Liver-
pool and
bound via Antigua.
The "Specialist" has been I
nera u \ tout d i
I f. Co. Ltd
Combermerutn
Reunion Today
Now that repairs to the Com-
School Hall have
,i,:hly re-
unions on the nrst Friday of the
month of the Combernvere Old

today at 8 p.m.
Through the courtesy of the

liim show, in which Brl
the Olympic Games. W<
:ii on Road Safety will
Aftar the dim show there will
be the usual games ana
of the Football Section will meet
arrangements for the
1950 season.
LEAVES FOR
GRENADA TODAY
Quantities of sugar. larJ.
and general cargo have
been loaded on schooner "Marci
Henrietta" which Is scheduled tj
leave here for Grenada to-day
This vessel is consign-
Schooner Owners' Assi
Schooner "Sunshine R." 125 toni
esterday s
arrivals al this port. II
from Martinique under ballast
Messrs. Barbados Import & Export
V NE1 FORKM V\
dock is n
who has
should
FtM Sugar Workers
Mr Walcott said that
had been started three
and the contribut.
of St. Thomas, so far, was $149,770
It did seem unfair that thev could
only be allocated $12,750, accord-
ing to the suggestion bj
ment of granting 11.90
of population. They i
8,500 people in tho parish.
Mr. J. Mahon said that at the
time the Fund was started, the
dea was that it was to be utilised .
for the workers in the
hi ffTort to improve
. |
.is to be
iscd for budding houses, eat a b-1
Uahing playing ii
else.
The Vestry, on the suggestion
A Mr. Walcott, finally passed the |
Resolution which
"The Vestry of St. Thomas is .
of the opinion th.it in v..
bad condition of many of the [
' Um empaoyai
partab, a i
greater portion of the n
the Lalmu Wei: .
be utilised for the purpi
pair to such hot!
That the funds allocated to

baau M the ?=ugar prodi
That indivi ...
repairs to houses should be free
granu slmUar to Um fi i
made to factory
ii Um itehabilitation
Fund.
Thiit UM money of the Labour
!>e used
without I!' : > part of
ptayin
i-ose."
Playing Field
Another matter which anguad
much if the attention ol
' of estab-
ing field in the
parish.

*La plan
to them for playing lieldr This
included a .



:iig Held was
Horn the Labour Welfaie
it .i letter from the Social
Welfare Officer had informed
: Government was only
grant the Vestry $1.50
per head oi popul.i'i- i
waning with tha
1 down
throughout the island,
.
I the light
out thai
hawing regard t<> Um population
being only 8,50o U
be $I2.75
the establishment r.f a proper
they could not agree to the pre-
potal.
The playing field <
appointed to in-
: on the
matter.
Mr. J. Mahon was the first to

that It was his I'::'
i:ior-in-Executive Cam-
He was prepared to even
go further and to seek to find out
whether or not the parish would
The Vestry had sen'
ernment. the report of the Play-
ing Field Committee -
1049 As Chain r
mlttaa. he had ii
of the pan
House of Assembly, to meet him
loen sug-
gested. They met there on Au-
gust 9.

he had with him and
field won:
not show any disagrr.
he took the opp
l>r. C ummins as a member of the
to do his
them to g ihe money
for the playing LMdTat an ea.iv
date. On August 2* then
I | Of the nui i
tun he again

'mg Govern*
owim, to do
rant as aulcJUy as pos-
sibia, The> promJJMd to do K
' *ar !3 he received i
la] Wei-
fare Officer, through the clerk of
the Vestry. It was an Invtt
tba two other members
Field Committee
it the time ap-
pointed and then dMeuaatd vari-
ous things She informed them
Um Vestry
On Pcp i
Hntish administration.
development was twice
once due to the fall of the pound
In 1931. which led to rerench-
ment. and subsequently due to the
outbreak of war in 1939
Now. however, the territory k
undergoing a phase of rapid de-
velopment ifg, ,,umue,
of ways. ji is Verv ring In
mineral. Diamonds, gold. In)eah
and others jre itrtaoy brinr ex-
ploited.
The pink diamond which was
presented to Princess Elizabeth an
her marriage to Prince Philip came
from a mine in Tanganyika which
U the property of Dr. Williamson
There are aka Pu. faa4 to de-
vHap oth^r minrrai. whteh have
been dlneoiered | Larg, qttM,ti-
Ues. lead, coal ,,n,i iron ore being
the principal nner, \irteultural
industriefe are also Oourishinc
Sisal b> orodueed uid reported ir
very large qoanUUes. Coffee aad
eoiton are unoni other product*.
There la atoo the groat round
mil scheme which in beinc run bj
Ue Overseas Food Cost of LMggj
The cost of living is
rmported articles are particularly
.xpensive Fresh foods are not
always easy to get In th.. tOwne,
but the situation is itjanr a|aa-
w'here.
There are several European
settlers, particularly in the high
lands where farming
fairly extensively Certain dairy
product* like ham. bacon, sausages
cheese and butter are produced
locally, rending the cost of these
commodities rather less .
than that of correspono
in Barbados.
A large meat-canning concei
Tanganyika Packers Ltd
to commence operations shortly.
The territory is now administer-
ed by Great Britain
lip Agreement with the
United Nations Organisation
Waterfront
Now Busy
Walking through ule F:,:
Lane, olw rould see about
lorries parked behind rach
nd loaded with sugar while
anoUii-i ,,, ,n
bonds being unloaded.
The sugar, which was comlnf,
Irom all parts of the Island, was
stored in the bonds of Messri
D, Costa Co. Ltd.. Messri
S V Musson. Son it Co, Ltd .
and Meesrs Manning & OpL Ud
Baga oi sugar m the bonds
were as high as 35 tiers Men
were ihat high neatly paekim
'he sugar away This part a
ttnut wsj busy all d.iv
Getting Some
New Paint
The "Lord Combermere" look-
ed uuite trim "among the oth,v
eraft in iho Careenage yesterday
This vessel, which is expected :.i
bring ashore Princess Alice. Coun-
tess of Athlone on l.i
here, was being painted and glvui
.1 general clean up during Ihe
week.
Another feature of waterfrcit
.riiviiy th, motor schooner
"Cachalot- being dry docked
Shortly brfore midday, worknu r
of the dock along with ihe vr -
sels crew succeeded in gettng II
on and by 2 p.m. the dock started
to go up.
Tha Cachalot" gave the stork.
men much difficulty in docking it
Since Monday trials were made
bin the tide was not sufficiently
'"//.

v^HEN yow AmI lm>m. nrod aad JeprcivW.
ihe rcaion > il.il MM blood Ihin *i>l
rkr -nhowi coouih rod btood aad >our ncr^o^ J(c . aod uodnmni*oJ.
Mew reO l^.crsaKlM
Wtwi >ou need it counr of Sanaiogen Nn
Ml sinutiten' .omhirtci iha two
great body-buildin| (.K>diOffjanic phoiphorui
and protein vvfinh huild up new rod cotpat^ks
n your Mood and fd > aw <*oakoaed net**..
Ihu. day h* da. aUMag yeat body -.an nur'
voBoai a. iul j. Ig..in, jnd happiaraa Si-rt
course of Sanaiogen i*jy.
d aSMBBfMl mmd gHBjMna
restores health. >outh aad titality
urn rone
FOOD
aV.B.V.V.V.W.V-V.
POULTRY FEEDS
OF ALL KINDS
by
PURINA
Now obUinablr
irom
II. Jaiaon Janr%
& Co.. ltd
FAULTY BRAKES
LIONEL H. RAMSAY 0.
Chelsea Road was fined 20/- and
2/- costs in 14 days or one month'.
bnpriatwjnant by His Worship Mr
II A Talma yesterday for drivin,
OM motor car M-1S3H
Street on February :\ with meill-
tient brakes.
KAIIIIAIMIS S.F.C.A.
A.WIAI. TUUa MAY 3rd March
' welcome our collectors to-dey and give gener-
1 inee el .mimal welfare in
Barbados.
Ik fc r those who cannot speak for themselv
25 YEARS AGO
(Barbados Advocate.
March :i. IMS)
THE VISITOR
Our face, flush up like red rose.-
Otarbeeaa aad am craaiittu
ache;
f>mn the lips of our noses, right
We burn and
are shake
The world an
horrid;
All happiness Bees from
v law,
Our Language is florid,
tcmpeiature torrid;
- Us Um Plui
TIs the Flu:
W. 1.
wc smart .in.l

IN OUR I IMS HUM
GLASS TOWELS. 77c. each
KITCHEN TOWELS. 4c., 74c., and 78c. each
DAMASK NAPKINS, 65c. each
lHlCK TOWELLING in While, Gold. Green, Blue and
Kose al 70c. and Sic. per yd.
YELLOW COTTON OUSTERS 26c. and 36c. each
C. F. HARRISON
& Co., (B'dos) Ltd.
DIAL 2664
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means made just right
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Food Yeast to your normal diet and yuu will add
more body energy and better health.
Rcconm;noed Dailv Rition half ounce tor each pi
cteert spoons) can be isktn mixed witn CotOP. nttl*. Fruit
,i, oi itMftd >' COOkittf to Soups. Kl Stews.
Ad Minces. Porndre etc
Order your supply to-day from
your Grocer or I)ruKti'*t.
Distributed by
MDSMN HI A IO.. LIB.
- Distributors -
WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD.
Inc. B. G.
Announcing the arrival
1950 PRBTCOLD
REFRIGERATORS
4.44 c.f. capacity
See the New Features in Ihete-
ALL STEEI. BODY. SEALED UNIT.
wilh a 5-year Guarantee
Lei U demonstrate these to Yntt.
IT.
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(INCORPORATED IN BRITISH GUIANA)
THE HOUSE OF HOUSEHOLD LINENS
OUR AFTER-SIOCK TAKING CLEARANCE I
SALE
BEGINS
ft
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STARTING
MONDAY
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6TH
OPPORTUNITIES FOR CAREFUL H0$
WIVES AND KEEN SPENDERS IN
DEPARTMENT
GREATEST BARGAINS EVER P
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IN MEMORIAM
. fTUELIM. KO:KOA ,\KI
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Fire Breaks
Out On Ship
I.AWASM

U>U (Mil
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Untini i-arRo rnvn.
u.tckw^ had unloadfil bulk oil
from the other hold* of Am
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Publisher Apoloqties
In Court
Italy To Stage Cycling
Championships
PARIS March ?
161 world
Brawl rh;implonsh.ps. II

-'Kni'rr i
I.ON;
\ LNKllin puLliKhrr to-da\
ip*tlOfiai in rourt tfl
ManoM. Austrian-horn Aiiriitiiu
industrials and ex-husband of
I dim star Dott> Lamai
I tishmg a murder iv..
i which an ex-Austrian name
Mandel was -elerred to as head o-
I Hang.
A "subsUrtv .

'(Trndmi pass*res arr hemi ex
umtad from further llau
n.\rl. the COUn*tl I
MUM.

St. Thomas Vestry
From Page 5
i t. hi They replied that
P with this ;n-
why be-

houid be penaliscti fo?
.' """"w Co.,
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NOTICE
-p-*l-PmES P...... rmp- !
BHt bcvlltnt. himtinff or Watch
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TULEt CARHirjt CYf-MS-AI*.
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'III HIM V|. HOSPITAL
he supply r FRK.S!
. for Um period 1st April. 1950. 10 31. Marrti I
n .lioulcl bo iramea in terms of 100 ,,
nwitf ^ .bout 100 to ruo
obuined mm the UnUI Hotpiui
' Men mjuHwd twden ta m, .uppi> ,., rrart MIL. to
.. Hwpllnl" ikined to the Colon,. r.rt not to
.. / nfT.rer l,v um) will be revived ot the Colon,.; -
OfBce up to 4 p.m. on Moikuqt the Ulh of Mareh. tMt
4. The Government does not bind itself to nM l-
any lender.
EUANEOUS

B> MEATS
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Jta* tUd , i Ui nrn
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UWTIEED KAILS
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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

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To SYDNEY h" WvW
Poltc* Mosiiimir. m-t ,

N fhH >a*-t........ -

iMh M..nh I son.
m al Priiicr Court. li^ i
SYDNEY II M'Mv'
Pnllc* MaahMl-at*. DM I
MMlllts Kll BIRIALS AT TIIK I.A/.AWrrr(l AND
MENTAL IIUNriTAL
UDHNUUtS ui trlnlkate, runwj
" C.....nial Secretary ,,. I Mi to ar.y
*e Colonial Secretary! Offlce
UU IWl ,h,v at Manli. IHO, f,., Iht lumi-.li
H-'INS ANIMIKAHSKS :.., bultal ol iiimales 01 Ih,
l.ilal for the period 1st April. 1950 to 31st
Much, 1951
. UUd hy Iclt,
analni io dmoom bound Ml
n poundl for ihe due perform-
..ii,r ..,
rmneni d.> not bind Imii i
l i . Instil,,
i
MM r -.,-
--v Itttlp n.rd
Kit Jt-i
tf-yi i, ii. i
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ML* toi An Dciu.rln.-nt have
tml iiiUvntinc col-

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"AT*Thr* (J PaN
JB Mrrrltt. Cndbbmr.
FttnUb*l|r
ll-ln
-. HAKNTJM-Ono' lT
"** I $1S0 00 llv
11 SO- lit
Fllll.li HALKS
AITTION
BTAUJOM IBBVai I | a Jmimiic.i
bred h.. Beanqu,, ., ,. l!i. ,,, , .
I b* fold .c .u.t,
I,' .'".""'"< *""
Ir""< "in <- ,.
,l aUo said that the
,\'.imt-
tep bad decided not to allow u-
rieullural land to be used , th
malclm of pl.yuui |,g.|d. UM
,nr that It would d-
; <"e the island's economic re-
louree.. He did see some
i tint because thev hM
lion to feed.
"', ,ttee. however, had
Irrady looked .round and could
' d ,,o piuture
I. statement of Mis-
nind. they .rr.nned to take her
"vereda piece on
-i,d of about I
3b* ihoujthl that wu mod and
he promised to rontwi the owner
nuld sell it He
UI the owner
he could n,,t m he hM .....Um
,f buildlnc a house on the land.
'"on said thai
nunicated this to Miss Ame and
Mind her to put up Iheir orl*.
nal scheme ai there was no al.
.riualive.
seven months after theyl
H up their schemes, thev
had imt a reply Mylni thai
$1.50 per head at
"Ion and that in eeruln
would be made
"i"K Field ,
i under any .
j" ......
II one halfpen,,, and ',..
onj lhat with their iK.pulnlion
.,t H.500 ,t was i.i.iik.scI that they
w. ,,'d Ret $IJ,760; thai I
asked to reduce their original
"" 59 3 iht cent. In fall

I n .,.< mi. I, .,
itup ,1 i,
r.riih's o ,lnlii,i ,,
SHIPPING NOTICES
FURNISH
GOOD AND EASY
IHEMONEV-SAVINGWAY
Mtmicha

Canadian National Steamship^
- : AI>Y Ktl.. i ,
CANADIAN
i MALI.ENOW
LADY RODNEY
Al \ Ml. OH
it a. in
'ADYnorjejEY
LADY NM ' s
i^uv RODMfl
UDY RODNVY
UAD. M4.-.IN
1AUY t:uDNEY
",
rranu-d .
RNDBU FOR i m HI i-i-Lv Qf I ki sii milk
TO Till: I. A/ARETTO
Upply oi FHESH Ml! R
rtod Isl April, 1930. to 31st March. 1951.
iKiers should be framed m terms of 100 pint
....
\ iitfia m. and l 30 p m -- .....- -
;,s.'k:' -he s,.,,,,^,,, "rU"..!^.
move 'hat ih
InlbrmaUon n\
I i
" Minute amount Uur U
'it. put into the Labour Welf.ui
rund is S00.T7O. Durin|
i>erlod the parish Of ^,
hn.s put $56,970 i
"I $1.50 per head of
would only get J!
h i for the supply of Fresh Milk to U j J, ,"
h SMrd to Um Colonial Secretary tnoi si imreasonabir
I the Colonial SecTeUry's Off... up to I pm ' would like to
ny the 13th of March, 1950.
0. (O.TC Cop
dimwit To bo told
i hi|h-t biddr.
... l-addork at 4 p m Oi
Matrti 4U.
Irupfcuon at the paddock
I 1 SO- :.
Br Inftnictloci. nf the in-
I IH -ell on ntlDAY 3..1
I ttta Park mf FORD
td into P|<),
Damagrd by Are
Tttrmi Cah R ARCHEP
AnWtQMSM
I i so- r
A Nt-* aaMu-ln
Chvka, No
UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER
BY rrrumm4riidation o( Llo>,i Aja>t
will -II on FRIDAY Uif Jrd M,i,,
***** I*. Cmli nfw .,., i.
iiAoa rone salt
*.* IS M ..clil, TVrma Ca-b
IlltANKJBR. TROTMAN A Co
AucUonwcT*
.________ 1 3 SO- n
the 13th of March, 1950.
nol bind itself to ar---:

>* w mvui ,i|miiiiTi i*j ;i iim. i,.i:t ii iiv ** ,. V II "--------
,..,, u, be.,, ...
pounds for the due p, ittthida , aj ,
I jusi like :ha'
REAL ESTATE
F:nso^AL
Hlta*,!***^ *t"ed maii.i
a-T' "' '! hold mvM>'f

"ank orrnoni
etarliAeld
m ph.i..

P"lel
j.-:'i,'
S~*i- a. m
22" ear d>,
"" br ..
RcBro, -.

i-AND- wot* .quara feet o(
Vpply C B Coir. C ,
Cnl* ft Co Ud Roebuck S.r**i
li
wntiaidBY. n*>
1 l'aaa.,1 -nodan, houi* In a rmUM :u>4
RoMMi ..'-iii) thai r.-xi... hag
bra* k*ii.a>. .nandali. kltrham & ]

"*>* on sitMuid rloor no*
t> The aarajpn n *].>,
*nh ton* Al Um prior ...-:
jdcnr* u vnrUi u h ui.k
B1ADON. Booi bUtr A#,
PMMaMMI IMlMHaf; Fta* i MM)
i'i.v>: irsTMv aldatan I > <
oony teundl}' for-lmcl.
* nh .!; .- i
V-noridah. lauwaSl. broofcf- I
..ii.h.n ] kilaawM. u.. i
-rd mon ThM aim-Mi ne* k
r!rt F.iahb...
A BfaAnoN R*.l taUW
"Mwi. PlanlMtOna t> I
* 1 3 SO-
*'s,w

AarMr
rlilijl.
liktllaMB.Mi "

i Uatua, :
.
. ULADON
I K-tatr ACanta. PtantatSoru ">
11'hone *0*0 1 ) 1
II MILKS FOR 1'RESlf MEAT
SEAI,F. TKNDKI1S In UplloaMl m-iked OB UN der for Fresh Meat'' .iddreMed to the Colonial Secretary i and noi u.
any offldI .ill be received at the Colt
Office up to 4 p.m. on Monday the 13th of March 185n.
>( FRJ I on, :he iffantaj Hospital
Lazarvito for Uu- pattiod Is' April. 1950 to 31st March. lt!
ier must bo accompanied by a lettn
peron known to ;>o*aes
tm the sum
3. All meat must be of Oh
slaughtered at lh Marxet Slaughter House and froah meat be deliv-
ered to i.-millions . 4. 'I'i .nd itself to accept the lowest
KuirMr pAiitici.lai n > be obtained from the Heads of the
Institutions i-oncrrned.
Attention is drawn I al of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment! order, 1950. No t> .-huh will be published in the Official
Qaaetti of Thursday. 2nd March. I960.
2 Under this Order Uv ,'.num wholesale
arc as follows:
2nd March, 1950.
-----.... ..,.K..., ,ijiiii:..'
ha Governor and put ihesc far
.mi, i>ecauae ,
...... ..,
u tnalter of weeks and is not awai
of these th.ns. I know ha is a
economist, a man of figures an
will appreciate the few figure*
ran supply I '..
on the matter and befi-r
ecapt a reduction l a
;rom the Board "
The Churchwarden Mr K
d supported the moti...
lhat as a member of the
riling
ARTICLE
SALMON


PRICI
(not more than)
I24VQ0 per case of 48 j
1-lb. !:.

$41 10 per case of 96 )
'i-lb. '.
$526 per 12 W-lb. Un<|
$23.ao per case of 48
1-lb. tins or J
$5.87 per 13 1-lb. Una j
$25.28 per rate of M |
T-lb. ^
$3 24 per 12 'i-lb Uns)
$28.18 per case of 48 |
\ns or
*7 19 per 12 l-lb. tins j
$31 04 per case of 96 )
ins or K
taXf par 13 H-lb uns|
RKTAL PRICI
(not more than)
85c par tin
I
28c. per tr.
62c. per tin
Me. per tin
....." "" Jii* um me
When one went to Miss
old him one thing and
a hen he wenl to Dr. Cummins he
-id something else h.
would be lacking in their riutv U
lot let the public know
iiai it wu not their fiult if they
a depri. ed of a playing held
Facia Should be Known
Mr Saudiford pointod out thot
'he argument put forward bj
i.overruneni about preaervitu
table land, was all right but
aa not poaalble to get pastu
ba pariah for this playint
1 ad been vary well seen
Moat of the land was igrtcultur-.
land and no landowner was going
" turn his land Into pasture land
->< a use The ..ovenu
i 'iiiuinttee wanti
i a playing held. Itie
etll thai hand what ihey
v useioas for iheir
purpose. They should allow (he
(acts to be known otherwise they
would woti ba hearing that aha
nt had offered them
money for a |.iayKsg held ad they
It wacflbT idcw
l ..:.
ii.vile the lYpraaentallve of the
1 W the people heat
what the Vestry haul do..*- and
what the Kxi.iiUvs
On the suggesUoa of Mr Collin
it was decided thfd the Playing
Field Committee skouli.
Jte Governor on the n.atter



PA01 I KMT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAV MARCH a ^J^l^ClalntS He Two Football Tamarind
^ D & t I lia Games Today Thief Jailed
Can neat Joe louis ^,; ^
ytime. iny where
1 om.n Politicians
Are Invaluable
Frw P* I
II.B.C. Radio
Programme
\ny
Sunk
CHICAGO. Ma-
F7/ARD CHARLES, National Boxing Association
""' < fi8h' t| in the current M ol
..ziiw charln declared rovers B
Loufa i* clfhl yean older lha i p^^fb, r Atkin
I am. and I don't say 111 let on D Worm,. V Hm
:. ike Jersey Joe WJl- w,n. J Hunle.
when he fought Joe, but ,onM 1nd K Tavioi
hesitate to take ad* StrUn V. College
I %^cfi is "a"::, SPARTaT! w,n meet H
? gj^*2
boat at counurr-punchtii Ml o*eaoca-___________^
- .-:! he has to lead will .
iithi he> usually wide open .
men and ->nl-
u'd flshe mnn of Roebuck ft xeTt so ImporUnt and so
i was sentenced to one month's mi- aalfcuU "omen pollucians. espe-
Iprtsonment b. His Worship Mr c,|v if Ih,y are also enthusiastic
Parma yesterday after le was ^,1 workers make an invalu-
found luilty of stealinj tamarinds | ,M, contribution to the common
valued at 14s. Id. grovlng on tne ; welfare "
tS-ejhS 3VS John^a. said nnaUy
.SorTrontabcHe \t^L*S1Si^S'^-
The story waj that WIIBami cised'''by many that it dM Ij
. tamarinds, and then ft, enouh and fast enough, ana
on M Foster, informed Hill that he would bevel,, , that ,t foes too far and
lo pay for them loo fast
,,e.V Cosier ^"MuT , id . -r - .-"J".
pla*. a practice mite
lenin from Pickwick Rover* th
afte noon ;>t Kensington P'Jy
commences al 4.43 p.m
are as follow*
CAKLTON HA
Williams
l ClaJrmonte. E. W Marshall, A.
Hutchinson. N S. Lucas. (Capt 1
K. B. Warren. K Hutchinson *"n
il l*
7Sm ossrttiJ *
a .won TT *
OOMMM <
I P n. C
MSB
i-.hen he wh put on bond.
Fiphl Slops-Gamr
Between Cut* ;.<>
And Coeta Rica
GUaTI
Over 5.0W
to the ,
... ao in i
i.
Costa Rican plant*-ir in
mate?
Game*
The flfhl caused official.*, to
fne. in whirt.

to nil. wlTti only three l
I
uble was pn
whei. a Costa Rica: ,
lets Molina. Mlttdi
Curacao golkeep*->
was ki
.
When wwril Cur
starN

: .

Costa Rica Uhletet
Willulrau
I* nun GaiMfl
GUATEMALA CITY Match 1.
Angry
I
public" during the soccei
bei -.
an the Central An.- M G
ner*'
announced that Um
dr.iv- fa
officials had
Rica leaders, it was
lha! .. I I
would
Athlete* to
ever.
aald "Our batp
rwwllin um
oftictais susp"
in wW
I! .
Rica <>
nan '
from '
i_-OC.ii: -i'-^
for r*l Kr ''
Puerto Rico
Girl Breaks
Record
GUATEMALA. March 2
lha Women's 400
l style relay in 5 minute*
21 I seconds at the Central
American Games sw.mn.in!
events.
The Cornell University student.
Jaime Annex?, won the hammer
throwing event for Puerto Rico
and established a Central Ameri-
can record of 4$ 87 metres.
Curacao and Salvador played i
! 1 draw in soccer in the pre*-
' 10.000 spectators
Costa Rica and Haiti were due
D another soccer garni'.
but at the last minu!<
ad that the Costa RicJ
then re-entercil
the competit;on. despite the earlU i
dement that they wou'-J
<,.ncel an earlier decision to vHh-
i by their goal :it
Curacao tied tl"-
n Boys made the only
tntautai after the brtar-
,r> of Jamaica won
the 200 metres track event it
20 8 sees, while the Women-.
JJ.ivehn Throw went t'. Judlih
| nf Panama with 36 2 i
CeylonC 'uvalth
Match Drawn
COLOMBO. March 2
The Commonwealth cricketers
i.vertook the Ceylon XI'* hrs*
inning- tOOll of 16fl for the loss
tf only 2 wickets h?re today, but
then they lost three quickly whi o
raising their score from 173 to
178.
Overnigm the Common wealtn
had scored 113 for I. This.was
ie second and last day o( the
n-.aich. and by the luncheon inter-
val the Commonwealth. 245 for
6 wicKeia. held a lead of 79 wi.n
4 wickets standing.
The Commonwealth innings
closed before tea for 36?. givi
them a first innings lead of 1
Heavy rain then fell and ~
further play was possible, so that
the match "ended in a draw.
.Restler
' He saw - *----. ,
prc-ess of solution he took a.
.. of respons.bility. n is to
the rvature of a compron^
onchided, and cynics *
iSelSSnt by comprom,.
8 I hop* to God OH
spec: at least, the
confounded."
The Rt. Hon. Arthur Cre:
Jones. ex-Colonial Secretary, we.
A RARING thief entered the; y%'S*,c
lands of Newton Coner at Rock ""*fOovn0rs, an
Hall. St Thomas, durin, Monda, Governors . " ^M. .
..ord tnaoie.
three bunches of bananas valu. John Shaw expressed rerr
120 lhJl .doctoral vagaries'' ln_*.
'"^o ISse SrtcT'-tBy I'a'bie".
for they are all treatc I I Mm 'ones to lose omce
BANANAS
STOLEN
POISONED
ft, " n&z=^"^Sii.;
ra,-K-tiTES
lUMrii 11
IO-\M,IH
at 8.30
II Al >l V| (
TB tan
Fire Destroys Truck
THE motor t^M-Sfn
also of Station m w f,re
v destroyed when i nra ;,i
vhile it was uein un
Pinder rWtotn. 45
Wednesdw " ^insured.
ThI. iruclc i
GREAT CONCERT
HELD IN THE
MARINE HOTEL
BALLROOM
Tickets can be obtained
at Johnson's Stationery and
at the Marine Hotel Office.
9
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Reuler
Uelli'viUc Tennis
Club Results
YKSTrRDAY
Mixed Doubles
' .ind P Patterson
Miss 1) Austin and K
I 2. -. 75.
Mr and Mrs. Barnes15 beat
. I Lennaxan .mr F Fcarli

Today's Matches
i K Ni.h.JI- Jnd R S
Nlcholls vs P Patterson and G
Manning
nd Mrs Barnes
King Donates
\mill Trophj
Australia Plays
S. Africa Today
PORT ELIZABETH. March 2
Australia has made no change
- team to play South Afrlc.
In the tit ih and final Test starting
b >re tomorrow, i"ne side being tho
ame which won the first thre-
Testa and drew the fourth.
Retention of the same eleve-i
for all live Tests of a series I
probablv a unique occurrence li
cricket history The side teas
chosen iloday in a private wari
of the local hospital where the
Australian team'- manager. Mr
E. A. Dwyer. is suffering from
influenza
It had been expected that nc
change* would be made as it seem-
ed Illogical if they would disturb
a combination which had won ttM
rubber. Those who did not pla>
in the series were Alan Walker
Geoff Noblei (bowlers). Gil Lang-
I reserve wicketkeeper) and
Ken Aroher (batsman).
South Africa had previous!.
announced that their team woulc
be unchanged from that which
drew Che fourth Test
The teams are
South Africa: A D. Nourse
(Capt). t Rowan. J Nell, D Bet-
ie A Draper. P Winslow C
i>n. Taylteld. N Mann. M
nd C McCarthy.
AaMralla: A L Hassett (Capt I
A Morris. J Moroney, K Millir
N Haivey. S. Loxton. C. McCool
1 Johnson. P Llndwall. R. Sag-
gers and w Johnsujiv-Reuler
Holmes Resigns
Selection Committee
LONDON, II
Group Captain A. J. Holmes.
Chairman of the English Test
Six Cases Of
Tuberculosis
Notification of infectiou-
senw- for the month of retruar-
include six cases of tul
according to a release subaastta*.
by the Chief Medical Officer
Other cases are two of diphtheria
four of enteric fever and one <>f
menin^ H
Band Concert
To be held at
HASTINGS ROCKS
TO-NIGHT at 8.00
In aid of the St. Laujrrnce
Child Health Centre
POLICE BAND directed by
Capt. Raison in attendance
ADMISSION:
Non-Members -- /
3 3 50.In.
To Eliminate
Slow Pla)

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C>pen Table 1
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'iilt-red a Cha1stn> (..nairman ui "= *.>..
iar a new series of Interim < rfcgtsH Selection Committee, h
Mmg racing along *u tesigiied the post, due to ill healit.
. funous Aimrloa'a Cu| Orou'p Captain Holmes captaln-
Bfjsaa for several seasons be-
: the fore the war and managed the
"in m South Africa dur-
ing 1938-1938. He had been I
trophy will be the lint member of the Test Selectioi
gtittsM ilssssl 1939. Other mem
ii..iy ..t bcrs of the present commitn-. ..->
ipraca Rukn A n Sellers. R. E. S. Wyatt .m-
; ivarcr :eier ________
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