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PACE I.it.III RABRADO* ADVOt" \TI Grace Cumberbatch Defeated %  tl G. March Two iword otitln-p b.v Pt*" Goodm* spotlights the first Caribr-an All WomCB Interto ontal Sports, when three record! went by IWore an excited Sunday trowc. A record crowd on B.G C.C. Bowl saw Pearl hit the tape in a record 114 seconds in the 1OC yards dash to beat Barbados Grace Cumberbatch. ^^^LBBB Paarl shaved 1/5 seconds ori of Jovce Haywood's 1948 time In the 200 yards sprint Pearl excited a bunch or menry to wir hi 2fl atconda Irom Grace agait fighting off 2.6 seconds off o Haywood's record eatablished lost year. pearl won both races with ease from cnerjretic Grace Cumberbatch who displayed pace am power riant up to the tape Bj haTf time Pearl maintained he: rcput.ition against thr nrugglinf p .sittan who wan with ou t Yv 1 vec Hay— i :h< -•* TAanA n it flnwH-f iTTUiidMl' T %  %  m v*ar>* HI ani.iH t.\-| V Allt-vnr It) J Hurtir MfCcmmnt m Bad Training Causes More King Deaths Tat Voice From The Kitchen *) froaa a *aaa> 4 ii !" *L*i.iao, • %  lv I.AWTON CARVER Cm .4^ %  JC^Sfcwa^SI^ AT THE TURN HOME—Slmnte takes the lead as the field turns into the homestretch in the final race on Saturday. He led the field home to win SPORTS COMMENTARY Bi DA. < OPIM!\ KrnnitSn-aiiian FightsHindsTonipht To-nlgh; at the Yankee Stadium e SeamaTi and Kid Hind' evaat af a programmt to be staged at the Yanidium Kennit Seamnn ia ksown to local boxing fans. I the past year, with ine welterweight ranks to the middleweight division. KennitSeaman has successfully disposed •f all opposition in the welter division. Al Minds on the oil halls from S. Peter and ha* come on quite quflckft) He scored a ton. %  BBTJ over Kid Kluein ten rounds and K.O'ed Al V ner Amateur rwclght champion. In four rounds The six round serai-Anal that brings together Al Maul* Sugai should be entertainiaf Both theee boys are attractive fighters and always give of thMajor A. R Foster and Mr F T. C Bethell. K.C.P.. will be ike iudge*. Mr P C S Maffel. timekeeper and Mr Mike Foster Interchange Of Umpins IZABETH. March 6 B %  good of cru \t'., was madi* V Dwyer. man1 of Uii .' ns.s a aaU that the idea nM not in the future Football made a fleeting apHarance last week on the local porting screen that for the pail P0B|DI has been monopolised by King" Cr < k<-t The l WO football rl within another mi ; teams are : ard practice. tball tans !.. % %  ii. :.i.i win of Trinidad. Fir.' ciyiotii for two consotutive planning to tour aW' ri ii m-ell known atri his in— % %  %  f great benefit to the A the efforts of the newly formec Amateur Athletic Association ol BarbHdos and they too deserv. some measure of credit Table Tennis For Schoolboys The Rarhitdo* Tabje TWnall kssosiBtssa i* arranging three %  ompetit nns for boys (maximum ace 17> to be played at the Y MCA on Satun.. 0 a.m. Th" competitions are as folowa:— Inter-School or Club (S 1 aide stogies) (2) Knock On' 3i Open Championship It roposed to start next Saturday. bruary 18. Th :er organisations have been ed but so far replies : sve on'y been rece'ved frorr Secondarv School. Th< 'athedrni Church bads' Brigad' •id the Hurd Memorial School. Surely the games masters a I'IO leading schools must realise that this Is an excellent opportunity to have the boys trained In as skilful a game as table tennis at an impressionab'c age 't would be impossible to convince me that at Harrison Col'ege. Combermere. Ix>dge School and the larger Elementary Schools there cannot be found half a dozen boys who are interested in tsble tennis. One hopes that a worthy effort ruch as this will receive the -operation and support that It deserves Po|M And Freer Get 5 Wickets Each COLOMBO, Marc)-, 6. George Pope and Fred Fr*x a r i mer Test bowlers of England -nd Australia respectively, each look five wickets for 35 runs for the Commonwealth touring team against a combined India. Paki>Isja and Ceylon side to-day. The match the last of a brief tour of Ceylon was drawn after b-ing curtailed by rain on the tlrst and second days. Commonwealth scored Ml. dismissed the Combined Eleven for 75 aad then made 45 lor 4 In their second innings Pope had a spell of 4 wickets fo1 run In four overs two of them q(T successive balls, Frank Worrell who is to tour England this summer with the West Indies team made 13 not' out In the Commonwealth second ln%  —Reuter ad for %  Test.-, i \ B> rmptrM couid absorb the attnospl i in differ is. I. was a great pity, he added, tha* African and Australian i crowd?' havt not '.Mi the opuortunit.v cf A .'. rung il Enghun aasajlf*, F'rank Offlcihtli.iRrutrr The I < alli.r i | N |i in Htgk Wato I I %  4M.. .M pm tl Ml Kl>\\ RaaafaM '('•driniUmi IS In. luul feu M'.nlti to VeaSer1 Ol I'miM-i^ldi. < >lln ) bV.t •F. Hind litrertlssj A SUBS.) I %  v N Hind V.|„, Itj imiles per hour Hrmrter (!' s.m.l t9.M: i3 a m i 39 191 From a small beginning the Athletic Association of Barbados Is going from strength 'o strength In a short space ol tune they have Injected new life ados athletics and are much more The good wishes of the iportInj public have no doubt gone Miss Grace Cumberbatch Chester. I who left the Island last week tha International LaMeeting run bj the British (ii.iami Athletic Association and Ken Farnuin the Colany*! thamplon "A" class cyclist who has been invited by the same Asaociation to take part in the International Meet Well Merited BJ Miss Cumberbatch is --oiicerned, this is the lirst UgaM ,n the history of local athletic* Hint a lady has been m %  ilony in an InMnttiional Ladles' Meet This is lubly nwrnUKl by Miss Cumberbatch and I am sure that r | aj well as Qaaaati mist feel very proud of I u mini has all I lototl) in Brnaab l radlt and there is thai he will gtve a good I of himself again li"ih thase vislU have been made possible mainly ttMUfJ BELLEVILLE TENNIS CLUB TOURNAMENT Ml s >' IMiUBLES (Hemi-Finaas) G II Manning and P. McG Patterson beat Dr. AC EdwardpndC. B Slsne.l 8—0, 5—7. 6—1 3—6, 6—4. increase in ri iriag recent years looks with J nunsure of contempt upon present dav conditioning methods Rif' frds that this phase of the boxing business must bear a share of the guilt for the tert thf sometimes manly art finds Itself in. F*t!eher. publisher of the rfcu magazliie, is boxing's outstanding historian and has enjoyed a sreer n and around boxing that spans from the present to the 'ild. old days. I In addition to the housewife, there is another group of liUiens who have had the rawest of deals from the Bocitllsrs; and that is the black-coat worker group. 1 know the problems of the black-toat; : for I am one myself I know that I for hii YOHK (By Mail). rrMatog mwmi: priae-Agdiierand a new braad handlers and mana ruing rAthv for them and no mercy either. The private enterprise on which they depend for a livelihood is pilloried and hamstrung nd threatened with destruction They are the vermin who do not matter a tinker's cuss. I Ii. ir lusl lllm s IJke real many other people ] clinic to provide closer molic.l they are sick of Socialism, and T ruperv sion of b<)Xers. bui o..is i feels that the bofsftl and It' handlers could do much to iinaf' knockouts that end in death "Nowadays a fighter goes Into i gym for an hour %  rtgards this as getfc 7 into shop.for a fight", he said. "They can't actual fighting fitness tinder any such limited training hedule. "Tho >Treal tighter^ of many vears ago put *n a 10-hour-d:i> In trataUnsr, playing handball. roarLag, boxing, punching the bags. He thinks that the New York S'ate Athletic Commission is oa (hi right track in establish,m. na ihem The;. ,1 ssasngj tlii eountrv muddling towards rtisas'-er undti thr \$ ., 1%  iship of men who ai-e plainly un1 jn it. 'Ih*\ wiin* Britain U> become] Great Efttaln d^ain. to renew her fitiih in her Imperial destiny; to her Empire with pride, es. They want to kng on herself ond her Empire not on A1i1iric.u1 %  tootl When it does come I am %  I-.; rUI ? o.ng through calisthenics, and. Socialist OUt of ofnet for ever **t importi.1 doing tremendous Tl ** !" 1 roattwon "You don't have to go all the way back to Corbctt and Fit/ Simmons and fighters of that early era to find heavy training the rule rather than the exception. GfMt Fighters Fleischer said this practice pre;ulled until just recently. anJ produced the great fighters of the past. "Where are they now?" He wanted to know. You are getting a different type of manager and trainer tcy. too", he added. "Instead of guys like Ray Arcel. Whitrv Bimir in the third an-i final cvhibi'ion match tiere 'his evening. The Indian Polo Association by winning the first two matches, %  on the rubber as well ar. the Amateur Riders Club Polo Challenge Cup. Carlos Zavaleta had a splend.d match. He displayed splendid horsemanship In defending distributing and mixing freely in tMck skirmishes besides finding oppotunities to find the flags on eight occasions. La Concepcion's number one player proceeded to give his best display of the series and scored four goals. Joe Zaleia scored two. —Reuter AND DELICIOUS TOO! )USI A FfW Of OUK SPECIALS. BUN LOAVES LAYER CAKES SWISS ROLLS ORDER FROM At last DUNLOP CANVAS RUBBER Footwear The foundation ol good minis; everywhere, made oi selected materials on smart comiornu, .rats, and titled with the iamous rnlii^ insole*. They are without doubt the best SJB, shoes obtainable K>day. get your pair today CAVESHEPHERD&Co.Ud WILLIAM FOGARTY11 Inc. B. G. Il.ll.t. Radio Programme TUESDAY Htirlt T. 1SS0 i ant Th Mow*. 7 10 a in Nw • 1 15 BBC NOthmi IKIIII %  irltcBU-B. 1 45 • in (,-irn.ll> Sa>iHl.rU. San. nvn Uu> tditurttxl. 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,,,ini WARl li BARBADOS Vl)\ 0 niionaire — But Gets "Sick Pay' %  Miii. isn.un'. Out Nub.iv ** J _, -in vi tn famous kins—hopes to I;" Heal" 1 Scheme. m Britain as the fox*t-0 *"** n a monuc| •*. Ihf chase. 54-year-oid „ recently had an on his Knee which kept r^gg from his job as Hon%  JJuDercial AtUche at the gmbatoy in London. *I :he hospital a nurse *£, no could collect $3.64 Bck benefit tot the pu-iuu Mpl sway from his work A he could make 0c Health Scheme -Self-Employed" \ m H.JU' designated as self"^ gjGulbfiiki.'iii OHM this scheme by sticking F tents ttm P *'** k| y o" a r? fter since the scheme -^T OiD M ST|sX OADSTO^~54y SAID ta^J?-^r? K£ hMpital told %  '>• I ould kgmy upt-TutH'ii frer tindei Hub Scheme but it would TCgiil that soiniHtrw<." added Oulbenkian. don't think Britain will % for $3 04 —I.N.8. No Nationalisation Before Jan. 1951 s> From Pace I tnunist was the Nasi Cwslapo ("at that time the i.esiaoo accused I tieing Communist",. Anthony Kden. Deputy leader %  f the CotsaervaUvea' Opposition •xtay that he hopeu that the in the new House of Commons would rune a "strong and imaginative .-.•reign polio He was speaking in a debate on the Governments programme for the newsession of Parliament outlined in the *peech from the Throne earlier today. The Opposition did not intend to indulge in "factious or fracti. %  pposition. Eden said The odds in the Commons were rn i h •ven and the bottle iould more fairly be joined but Hall placed upon every one a special responsibility. The essential machinery of Government must not be brought to a standstill. While we must reserve the titrht to ifHiilaa and to move, for .:.sinn.e to reduce items of Government expenditure, it is our purpose to denj to the Q merit its esscnti.il i.'nuircments in TOOHI] Mi Bdan said: "It is a happy conjunction that the iKMtiinl ot this Parliament should (•Vrnch Preslent and Ail! Indeed i< we.eome to Partnership WHAT UBERALS COULD RESIST US NOW?' WfE YEAR GENIUS Kings Speech Soft Pedals Domestic Issues From rase I He wore hi> lull parli enurv U-anJUn. ana „.„, co.U, mourn!" S? ' "'""on velvet and mid, r Lonuun, inyauil) ed a Guar.l m Honour headed hv *'"' • ''""< ermine rape On his RliyetT SStol^L, u "" rm nd 5f...^" U but Biywi ol age. she De.p.te dull skies, the dccomiol iHKuiced a gen.us. Her roiUe made a ay setting lor the k mluing her superior procession, with the guilted slate 1 took her lo a psycholcoach, drawn by lour ej s prel ceded by outriders As thev It that tender age she reached Westminster, a salute o'r 111 points in a test nor41 guns boomed out .,i St. Jaim-s ||N lor University graduPark, just behind Whitehall. Heir average is usually Inside the Palace ol Wcstminf*ti Mr, the King and Queen in er'IW later she was reading "tine robes and with the King .dBfcs and naming Plato, wearing the Imperial Crown. Mug philosopher, and Dargmed ilowly through the vast ber favourite authors Ko >^ ""Hery. clad in blue velvet BOW attends a convent '? ,hc H ^^T' S M r ^ iM hRVC ,he SUpporl of men ot K^CNdwiJl nLLv. n !?' s d0cls,nn '" rry on the Kind's Govern* %  %  h| iaitlllM i ounMag DCunoas • M>cia llsl su PPers are bound to be anxious and ; l lhc lnm cur,aUl Mr %  ** In refesrnce to tlermany, Mr. Kden said: I think tunny of us have felt thai UM most realistic prospect Ot -; %  i rsrsnai her into Mandl) partnarshtB with her iicinhbours in Western Kurope. "(>ur concern on se Pioach it on the wider ba of Kuroj>e "This ;t I.,.-.! l| cMw if (irriu,n> Is iiuu-iiiiiU'S to have no .imed defensive forces nf hOI <>wn > n the Western r, at that Ian li responibillty we have to be able to disi harge CoimleinninK the treatment meted out "with incrcasinp cverlty" to British rang crimson W"l (he near-deadlock tovsrnrosritT rain ,,( jjoverninii pain-i : W.ll * along, from our mistakes as on a W ?H a our successes. The old In a sense the Uberals hold tiglitnot let it "' their"scarlet robeT'"barrer'wit'h "mmltm lo tba IHroM. ''.. %  ,„„ | n „„„,,, ^— 111] daaarUd bar our own 'he balance. TtaaTr v„, ,| ^T ""•r n or pale '"•>'" There will be r.o dlsed to the Labour vole,' glvt a '"" 1 "" wupmenis. her. More Perres*.'v %  <*** ih^irT'in hlno imHn> .w. ,..'i_. i.._^ nuM "7" ormlnc i,n avectaji Her g w i>f white Mtin hffDOUiblc to nrevent her 'p* 08 ,,h r| oaks of ennina and .^htch was iratched by the tones "' wl *• "llty of power. The milUon over the Tones In 5?\, M ""' ihcirt'ol blue under skirt waist high. ifb 0 *" 1 Prty to-day contains M Parliament there would be Win oZ,L 'To ,! han lh SaH ?' K '" 8 ,ook nl > 'welve min*!** majority of 26 w To on winch Opening of Parliament in 1945. fries to deliver his speech „,., „ __ U would not be irnpostible l. ^t.want her to get ideas ^"leir robes and gowns were, then the ceremony, which had in „ , M hl ** Worse govern for ., Ilmc T ,, f r %  Sraaid SUter Stanis%  ~ r ffi '""!' %  • %  I'-Uuraie. .j, lasted n|tea| mlnule# ^ wito u> from a strictlyparly viewclearl| n Ih e J reference to the international scene as gajskhl %  IPS ol imialeiajil with no if a common theme rttnnini; through them nor of ;. pose to be vigorously pursued —Renter I rVtographic Mind %  gselaus. because I know lasveit. She has a photolaund and can remember. Mani for word, a talk on Jtaeoo for schools. Ilj* her in a class where %  tr pupils were two years ia .MI came ,,„, top (n ^gaject—a hundred percent afaaigl unifor ol Ambassadoi Rcn< picturesque lev. gold. nicnibeir of Parliament surged into the Lords, where they Bled OffM >ide of tht House and the nine women members bunched together in the ogfltre So crowded wen .,|| M that peers ha ''venl Government Z2SLE" The nnchess m Ken, ZL in "'"" *'" ""' bo taken until Pphucai Mlnahneaa never p., after a postal %  ballot has been !" electors to-day are %  made Of :.ll members of the iouni il of the International Skatinu Union this summer ffltbartn no vanuoa have been mem the European Sp,ssiskatlng Chamand a decision as to where UhaM aril] bo held will not lie made until later in the year. —Reuter Even If he were to refect the offer, it would have been worth while to rsurite it ... to show our gou.i will. I -J thing she Jvsi -rithmetif. TO> hi Mt. So she ... Willy with Miiiielhing."' < ^ e Dtichcss ol Kcnl was In llay Carol will retain black. She too wore rruuniflcassl %  ng brain-power and thai jewels, a bandeau, a nocl !• "ler .he will have *o earrings in diamonds. possesses unusual The King and Quoon I preceded by robed and uniformed g* have been mode for offtcers and walked slowlv int.. althuugh Carol berthe chamber, the Kins L!_"T;.'' he wanu to the Queen's whileglov, high. WSTMiNB IF YOU HAVE SURPLUS STERLING FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR INVESTMENT, WE SHALL BE GLAD TO RECOMMEND SECURITIES WHICH WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH SAFETY OF PRINCIPAL TOGETHER WITH A FAVOURABLE INCOME RETURN. ROYAL SECURITIES CORP. LIMITED. '. %  -•. %  '•% • *• S. BRYDEN & SONS (B'DOS) LTD. BARBADOS CORRESIH^NDHNTs Action Still Optii With assured Libei.ii there are many excellent course. f action open to the Labour The Tories wi'.l obviously 1M-cry frightened ( "pposinf the Oovernment on proSS2?^? %  TJ***.**** xressivr measures such aa we already thai the Prim. „ :uk ,. Wlth uberal suwwrt mewrylnsjtjn w.th A „ l>fc:llr wilI Ul i wep i n|( S 0l4 ,. watch on the lecu.rat? OWtru %  7. I i '' r,tn de would *,uL.X! Ver H wrOH 0* n '"jure the pr.. M *cU of those who Jriunye the couturu into anolh.r mdulawi in Ccneraf Election to long at that therefore bv -lectton would be likely to pro.-xposition of i it ood produc tion "has regain, d pi • Thi-. is the iBpralsal food picture by the FAO in i' iuilletin fPi thUral two monthol 1950 The FAO poinU .Hit, however that this heartening .1' kl somewhat offset by ailnbW duce another deadlock or near deadlock. Breiilhine-Spaer %  "pic have a right to a reasonable breathing-space belt the amount of fooi lor each person. The UN asfekney oxpla.n.that the world's population has increased about ten p*"r<< l last ten years. Consequer.tly, the fO" Adequate tt> feed most tions of the world before ti was now is guile %  statistically will equal :l %  them. It^houW M ^ U,,on '" """ b "' ,v 1 possible by clea: Wldehpread Hunger The organization la • cmind, i WO-fLepread hunger exi--te(l In ihr preyears, and that ;n the facU In debate hose who are not really .eking to advance the true Inintry. Thr Goveinment have ample power to intluence the general can testify. Thi-v r. ,. 7k n K~M*UL D.^.. n #-^ '' the prewar p heir S3. -Sr., ^„_t Z ^tr.n^nn?!: I -"" '"• "" Party This neat lew month. IPS _i4ve d u S^^gre;: %  ft5'** u being asked to make u"u "ihO-. i-abcTe. ol inVius7"and'"enable'u] balance betv..*n supply ar. minds again. TIP ,, -ooUt-JO with the remarkable m ^" i ln ""' l"K w " ,rk J a *'" record numbers and in solemn locovery which we have (fleeted '"* P"-'"' 1 o p I-W m li malnulnmood, as those of us who walr'.isince the war tlon ed their serlou-. determine,! I n,. I iK_.,.l. u, „ •Some of 'he born-fed Inpull can testify. Th. „,„ JL The S5Tli!t ^o.Ii i..„ "' "" "••" • Mr,od h V1 '" 11111 "'" "*! •""" uil we ^tl^iihSfto !" ^ '"•"" "" %  "" FA !" "'""' nu -' "i-bt 1 think it very iinlik.iv .£ '„' ??,"" .h. IH i ?i-_,S :ind cmc ot ,hr wor 1 """** d that they will change until a new „1'„,. p U.J. ..„.' ._ __-fTu' He-ore the war. about one-nfl! rises or unr %  %  lolicy or lead. The rotrntrj UMdl a strong admlnMraUe 9 ..'^ tnijii Unite The IVnpl. Lnead %  ... nd (lie world d, difflctill position. But to do so we must :iy harder than before t —L.F-.S. Kris For Electricity LONDON. (Bv Mall). The Cockney's favourite suppfi diahjellied eels— is helpinj Brit.i itv Board unite our people We ' "** money. MM coiorlaa. The nuiolii ,%  itaOf on such <-iii .Mt..--. i ..(in fc-'iarraiin-; schemes of nationalisation should station Including oil, maJntenano. be postponed until we can -we our i ">d wages—ana -till showed u ay ahead more clearly. paVsM __. Although the eels are lechni.Learn By Mn.iake ailv ino Bntith Electricity AuMoreover. howtvei often n aa*j%, Steve gets a fat tlaSocialist members ha/e commis*.on for his catches, which Vv.Pronui.r l*'^... explained Uael U ghon a record night amounted u, x ll,n %  lj?M a In favour of private entei740 and were worth more uvitvuiRir. u.k prise where C oo-J S2S0 M(1 H D ^ lA ^ AD M "£T h fl ucre have bee. ,-ge weight of each eel li ^ ni^tL/t^ '^JTI" -rVx-W-ptataojr-. S --^n^mlUn^^nsh'nlirk.. a^'T's^f^i* M ?' 1 S velopmi_in the Ught of es; mmo. Si^u It wi_T loan-M ItSjI "*** to-day. %  %  %  %  1|M-. ence. We are learning as PAGE TUBEt Ma admire high .pirin If you fsel IINIM aad ruo-tiewn bacausc you aaad mort A*D Viasnini, use Scon's tanilsioa right away. You'll MOO t*l fall of list assssh \ mere hSew (wsf twnle it's POWtRFUL nrOISHMNT Nol jusi an ordinary IUQM-HI tub %  a niraral AetD Vitaoua*. Good lAiciog, i > o omk al loo. ^ SCOTT S EMULSION NiGM £N£R&y FOOD TONIC S00THES*_.HE? DRY CRACKED £ If your skin is sore, rough sod .hapned and you suffer the pauiIttlasj QP) of svu>llcn. cracked hp*. ippiy some Mcntholalum' at %  ifMihoiii.iiiris!hewon1'iKl'alniv.tiicninslantlv topi irritation. lOOtiaMawt) fiery iad cooei down inftamrnaiiOfi iust like magic. It is so simple to use—you just rub it on 'i JUSTRUBIT0N AU--L Mcniholjtinn is good for At I %  sin iu-uhlcs .uid docs more than bring instaiii qlaaf—it smooths ccurse llufa -md makes it soft ind silky It is ideal for babies. too. As it cools it soothes. Av Mtbea ii relieves. As it rcbavaa il heals Quick—get a A I I CHDCftlCCC H oi tin to-day. hut make sure *^ag OUfiL.Pi-.Oa ii is genuine Mcriholjium' \k for MLN tltO-I AY It Mi GONE! %  '.l-l...!MfV.II'B li Tins and Jar i Mod* only by lhe Mcnlholatum Co.. Lid. tl-iid. 1889). Slough, l-jiglaiid a> Also at Buffalo. N.Y.. U.S.A. TIMELY ITEMS EXCITI1SG NEW THINGS i. //// MODERN AMERICAN LADIES" DRESSES Laical in Styles am! Material* CANADIAN LADIES" FINEST ASSORTMENT OF STRAW HATS ft V.MERICA.N und PARISIAN HANDBAGS For Cockltilt or I'. vening VMERICAN DRESS MATERIALS Zephyrs. Oiambrays. P Gylourtul Stripes and In Pretty Designs. opiins and Plaid* NEW FROM I'NKIS r-ealhers. Flowers. Atomizers. Powder Puffs and Compacls. TZhe ^Modern SDress Shoppe BROAD STREET.



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PACE FOUIl BARBADOS ADVOCATE BARBADOS! ADvotsrc -— t.*..r .i 1*N( b Tfc. MnM Cm. IM.. IMlLtttni Tuesday, March 7, 1150 Takes A Chance In British Honduras -il"" U "ARCH% %  quest THE stream of conference* which has been such a marked characteristic of the post-war West Indies scene continues unabated. To-day a conference opens in Barbados whose subject will be the effect of sterling devaluation on the West Indies. It is to be expected that the conference will also make suggestions as to the manner in which the West Indian economy is to be cushioned against the shock of devaluation. West Indians are however, beginning to become very sceptical as to the results of many conference*. The peoples of the British Caribbean had no voice in the decision to revalue.the pound. The people of British Honduras protest and petition the Secretary of State for the Colonies. He replies that their demands cannot be granted because devaluation is for the good ill the people of Honduras and he, the Secretary of State, is a better judge of what is good for the West Indies than the West Indian peoples themselves. Now a conference is convened whose task will be to state self-evident truths and whose duty it will be to appeal to the West Indian peoples to forego for even longer, the products of Canada and the United States of AmericaIt will be interesting to see what comments the conference will make on the great trade built up with Canada during the war years, the doors of which are closed through dollar shortage and devaluation. Over all the meetings, talks, conferences and conclaves there hangs the spectre of the uncertain future of sugar. In islands already poor, whose future even optimists can only describe as a grim struggle for existence, the people face a future in which the cost of living may be confidently expected to rise. They must recognise the unsavourytruth that they must sell at prices fixed by the buyers and they must buy at prices fixed by the sellers. Is the conference going to suggest the means by which these islands can escape from this impossible net? or are they merely going to repeat more platitudes and draft more resolutions for transmission to the Secretary of State for the Colonies? Talk of independence is idle as long as these conditions prevail, and conferences which meet to discuss economic matters will do so with the certainty that these recommendations can be only of one kind. They have the power to commit neither the British Government to an enlightened policy, nor the West Indian peoples to greater austerity. Those who contemplate the future can do so only with mingled feelings of frustration and irritation. It appears as a future in wbjch the illusory power of political representation will be thrust upon us while the raal power of economics will remain in the hands of others more than ever in the past, men who mould the future must apply themselves to the great task of breaking the impasse. At present the means are not evident but necessity demands that some means be found. One thong, however, is an undoubted certainty, and that is that unending conferences and interminable talk will not provide the means Welcome TO-DAY the people of Barbados will welcome to our shores once again Her Royal Highness Princess Alice and her husband the Earl of Athlone. They are no strangers to us. They have already visited the. West Indies and expressed their pleasure alter their short stay. Their presence in the West Indies is evidence of the abiding interest of the Athlones :n the West Indies and the fact that Her Royal Highness has now become Chancellor of the West Indian University adds yet another link in the chain of loyalty. Barbados welcomes them and wish them an enjoyable slay in our midst. WH HIABEiS SAYi By BiaSARI) HAKKIWHAT son of man mm ll>e> who built up Ihe BriUfrh Kmpin They were groat Indavtaniall I —men of courage, imbued willl a spinl of pilv.ntup and a profon love of liberty Those were the qualn %  laid uie foundations of the Empirr And those qualllier live on. They are to be founn In a man who to-day It planning to 'i' something which successive Go\ernmenU have fall**! to do—to bring prosperity and new hope to RrltalnV so-called "slum in ihe sun." British Hondura*. Who is this man' 1 He is W 1 I Garneld Weston. chubb> -farad, smiling millionaire who ha:* built up the blgget baker. I the Empire. As a young Canadian toldirr In the Ural World War UYstin •pent his leave %  ludylnc bake haase operations. At 24 he inherited a small £5,000-a-year bakery busiri.In Toronto. Within two ye.o raised itsprofits fourfold m>d started to spread its I throughout Canada and Into 'he US. Ilt-K-riiiiiialiiiu IN THE early the bottom had dropped out of Ih^ days of me Spanish Main. BRITISH HONDURAS: this is the Background of A bold Empire Project. Last August he bom*" the Salt run Salt Creak from hl& office* in Creek Estate, which hie to the Berkeley-square, London, ai* the nortii of Beliie. Ihe capital ol ground-nutters run their project Briiish Honduras—a town of from headquarters near Regent's wooden shanties, with no water Park. system, no ga;* supply, no sewage He has put in a local manager, disposal plant. backed him with cash, and en This old estate, covering 70 couraged h:m to seek all the ex square miles (45.000 acrer>. bordpert advice that Is available, trs the sea for 20 mile*. Its bays Although Salt Creek war bought and LnJeta wtra once the haunt only In late August, 110 worker. .>( buccaneeiY and pirates in the had been recruited by September Canadian wheat market. W was fired with enthusiasm tj help tho Canadian farmer!*. Ha came to England datarmlned to build a big baker/ and b. group based on the use of C.midian wheat. Starting with a single small company he has built a chain of more than 50 companies, co.erirg all Britain. From a few thousands tn' group's operating profit rose last year to £2.870.000. /Is assets nou' are worth close on £11.000.000. Empire-minded Weston MS ploughed back some of his proliu into new projects In Australia and South Africa He has toured the West Indies and bought businesses In Jamaica. It and clearing at the rate Laser It provided wealth from 100 acres a month had started the great man • any tree* which After two months manager Webh flourished in Iks dense jungle. reported: "The Initial work was -The mahogany forest has gon*>. achieved under trying conditions. The estate now consists of swamp Hazards encountered were makes and .uvannah. covered with bush and certain animals of the cat tribe and smaller trees. ... 220 acres have Deen underGariield Weston intends to turn brushed and felled .... Over four K into what he calls a "sizeable miles of road have been cleared. agricultural development." .surfaced, and maintained." TnnHh Jolt Within a fortnight a camp of 20 LEAUF.RS^WHTCH could -'"-*' mci'i hall, and a shop, had been built. Coconuts are the rjrst crop to be planted. But it is planned -o plant red kidney beans (now will new an ms en, f impor ted for foe: For British Honduns *> „„ H l T 1 T in „ do that, he believes, would be of tremendous value to the colony and to (he Empire at? a whole. It Is a tougher Job than it sounds, it will need all his enthusiasm. hemp, and bananas. I'r.Miiisinu GARFIELD WESTON hs ordered Investigation:into also thi What Ilf Seek* ha? no backbone of peasants with roots in the soil. Early treaties with Spam banned agriculture. To this day manv Hondurans believe that it is an possibilities of growing Kenaf, „ unworthy occupation, fit only (or fibre similar to jute for use in the NOW HE does not :eek greater menlal or pnysica i defectives. manufacture of sugar bags, riches for himself. He seeks inRchance on forert industries ha3 stead to make a Greater amain a al$0 made ^ p^pi,, nomadic, unCanno Lily, another fibre greater British Empire. ^ e lQ M ^j e down to agriculture plant, is an equally promiriirg And for a start he hac picked on pursu|ls prospect. British Honduras, a little colony Forestrv 1S now i ong pasl iu He hat-sent samples of the timstreuhlng 180 miles along ine ^^ g^,^ of ^ ack 0 agri ^ on .j^ ^u.^ ^ Canada for Caribbean and Hanked by ouaiecu ] tura i development this potenexperimental manufacture into mala and Mexico. ia j ly rich semi-tropical country wallboard. That holds out hope ol Properly developed. ' r**" imports a great part of its food. a valuable new addition to tho oar, which Is the slse *£ %  Wall haw Hgtw colony's economy. could Mipport a population nf W III .^HO % %  " £•__ l_g __-* IMM00 DEVALUATION OF the curliTHflri. Sur**** Rut its people number only rency has raised food prices by IF EMPIRE-MINDED Garfteld 60000 And most of thorn me 30 to 40 per cent., and lowerea Weston can prove that Britisn living In squalor. the already miserable rtandard of Honduras can grow food and raw Government missions have M-fcliving in the colony. materials on a big scale there will gerted schemes for relieving the Yet British Honduras could be come a greut L-urge toward* prosgrinding poverty of British !' %  < :iupporting. It could even have duras But hardly any thin it hiw %  surplus of food for export. Garbeen done. B*M Weston intend!* to show how it can be done. He ha* bull! his bakery empirr U\ pooling experience, by the interchange of Idi-as. by making fullest at* of loc.il WATCH POLLITT'S REVENGE! By Trevor Eta** H ARRY POLLITT becomes a key man in Britain. The Communist chief suffered ihe worst personal humiliation of ir.y candidate in the General Election. Five years ago in East Rhondda he was within a thousand of beating a Socialist. However, last week, in the same constituency against the same candidate, he was 22,000 votes behind. He saved his deposit by a trilling 7B votes. Now for his revenge. Never was a spur sharper Never was opportunity greater Never was horseman more zealous. If Harry Pollitt has stepped out of his bath Ihis morning singing "Oh what a beautiful morning" he could justifiably put added .•onviction into the last line, "Ever>ihing •> 'oing my way." Hy The Kiile* A ND this is why: Mr. Attlee has many constitutional problems lo settle. They are comparatively simple, compared with the economic problems facing Sir Stafford Cripps (who I presume will carry on at the Treasury) and the T.U.C. cruets. Mr Attlee, after all, is dealing in ihe House or Commons with opponents who know.the rults. who have a respect for constitutional procedure Cripps and the T.U.C. are not. The cost of living goea up again in Britain at the end of this week. Cotton and linen goods are to be marked up 10 and 20 per cent. Other goods will follow, especially if they are made from raw matenals imported from the U.S. or Canada. But the wage freeze is supposed to remain for the rest of this year. Sir William Lawlhcr, Mi. Arthur Dcakin. Mr. Tom Williamson, and Mr. Vincent Tcwson are the influential trade union leaders who have carried Ihe rest of the T.U.C. General Council, and an uncomfortably slight majority of trade union -executives, with them on this pohev. L**W tot •( Uvhf J Australian TABLE RAISINS—Lib. vktoL 30 Ouiice Tins PEARS I "' b pkl1 S CREAM OF WHEAT—Small i Ol 0> \ IOE Struts Treat*?*! MM • nil"1 DON'T much Government schemes once said. "They treat men as unite, not Individuals." So he Is determined to show what leadership and capital, drive and "know how" can do. perity. His associate-, in this new Empi re-buiidiiig project an Irad with his own infectious enthuai•irm. "The job is challenging, but not out of reach," they say. And one should remember that knowledge. at SS Gariield Weston h.. H.ri.As no in* for an imwieldj yet hud U> report failure. Whatcentral organisation. ever he ha> undertaken has been So Weston does not propose to a suews — I„E.S. The Voiee From The Kitrhen lias FACT No. 1 of the General Election is the fact that the Socialists forgot, the fart that almost every constituency in this country now has a majority of worn**. > Thre is the reason fur the result. It is the women— the badgered, tiard-pressed. over-worked and under-privileged women of l.iitH m—who have passed sentn: tiv-Ui on Socialism. The kitchen has spoken at but. The voice from the kitchen pioelaims, with feminine common sense, that the Socialists are not fit to run our affairs; that they cannot give us the food, or the houses, or the efficient national housekeeping that Britain must have If Britain Is not to go under. The lt< miii.iHK Meii So far, the Socialist' have ksnl going by means of the dollar dole They are a party of retntttance men living on the ha American capitalism. Without the dollars, as they themselves admit, we should now have millions unemployed. But the dollars stop In June 1952. What are we to do their There is the capital question The Socialists have not the ghost of an Idea how to answer it. They have nothing to offer except more doses of nationalisation (which Is no answer at all) flavoured with class-hatred. (Mi ItotT. try to work out how many votes they lost through the vermin and the tinker's CUM.) Ilrrail Anil Hull. %  It was th* bread and butter policy of the Tory Party that kindled the voters. That policy la so simple that even a Socialist should be able to see it. If Britain Spoken %  "ana ii i.i lloinsliSii.illi M.l>. is to pay her way we must produce mure goods, to do that Wt must offer incentives lo tt"' hat Is, we must cut the taxes; to cut the taxes we must t >it (i.n, ii.nient spending. Cut the taxes we must and shall, for they are brakes on production. By taking oft those brakes we shall get more output; and more output is the root of the matter. Socialism—extravagant incompetent, wasteful as It plainly is— puts up the cost of living all the, time. Fur large numbers of women voters the final argument here was Sir Stafford Cripps's admission that the purchasing power of the £ had fallen by 3s. 9d. since the Socialists took over. A policy that makes the £ worth less and less strikes at every pay-packet and at everv housewUaVi purse. I pity the Socialist orators who wenirivn the imxsible Job of defending it. The Women I aii"li< On Page R Only Way W HY were they so persistent? Mainly because Cripps told them it was the only way to escape disaster. _, But always the T.U.C. big shots allowed themselves an escape passage if the pressure got too tierce. They say. "We will keep the whole question under review and meet again after the election." That meeting takes place within the next week. Now. as they see it. it becomes more imperative than ever to stand by Cripps. If It was wrong, they irgue, to embarrass the Socialist Government when t had a parliamentary majority of 190. how wicked it will be to kick over the traces when the majority ( Of course, the T.U.C. leaders will tell him how much they want evidence of equal sacrifice from all sections of the community; but they admit that their hopes of getting a tough treatment for the capitalists, though present, are not nearly as high ( as they were when they saw Sir Stafford about this in January. And here Harry Polrtt and his indefatigable shop stewards, active in every trade union that matters, will try, "We can't go on with our present wages. Let's hand in our notices." They are not deterred by-any tender feelings for Mr. Attlee or the T.U.C. Remember, just as the two Communist M.P.s were thrown out of Parliament, so was the T.U.C. General Council deprived six months ago of its only Communist member, by the exclusion of Bert Papworth, the London busman. Millions of workers — miners, railwaymen, engineering and shipbuilding workers — will agree with that simple premise—"We can't go on with our present wages." Side SIIOMS T HAT will be the main arena. There will be side shows, too. The Travel Asoctation has proposed to the Government that all foreign holiday motorists shall be allowed unrestricted petrol supplies in this country this summe/. It says foreign tourists must be encouraged. And it expects Mr. Hugh Gaitskell, or his successors at the Fuel Ministry to approve this proposa. this week. No doubt the experience of France in grantmj such concessions to tourists last year—and the colossal racket which sprang up as a result—will be borne in mind. Hut that will not be the main aspect to appeal to Mr Pollitt. He hates the U.S. Any concessions to Americans drive him hysterical. It will be one more example, he will argue, of our subservience to dollars. Anil he will exploit the contrast between this consideration for foreigners (west of the Iron Curtain) and what happens to some of our inconveniently placed workers at home. The Voueherw H ERE Mr. George Isaacs (expected by his staff to return to the Labour Ministry) has played right into the ready hands of Mr. Pollitt. This morning the Labour Ministry announces the end of the system which gave two free travel vouchers a year to workers directed away from their homes to priority jobs during and after the war. More than 23.000 o( these workers still have to keep two homes going—one wbaM they left their families, the second where they have to work. They were given a weekly lodging allowance ami thaag two trips home, if rail fares cost more than 7s. Now no more subsidised trips. So one of the first questions to be asked by Mr. Pollitt will be : "How much longer will you go on paying lodging allowances '" No. ladies and gentlemen, don't count Pollitt out because he was carried from the ring last week —L.C.S %  teller Value For Money All Hound Is What We Want To the Editor. The Advocate SI*. On the opening day of the devaluation talks in Barbados the following extracts from Sir William Guodenough's statement at the Annual General Meeting of Barclays Bank Ud in Londun last month will refresh our minds on a subject of grave .mnortance. "The events of tne past year have greatly emphasised our difficulties and have brought us to a critical situation. The tanr.en.-y fr prices to fall In the United States, which extended so widened the disparity between the price levels of the "hang" and I .rrency countries The dollar earnings of the sterling area through the sale niies fell away and at the seme time the sale Kingdom products to fan the shrinking demand for consumer goods, the growing keenness of competition from An -ubstantial price reductions and the ganrlsufci delivcij dates which became to quickly characteristic uf the United States domestic economT. A growing sense abroad that Britain would be forced into a devaluation made the situation worse Buyers tended to hold ofl in the hope of being able to buy from us more cheaply later Those with payments to make to ii delayed making them and then was a general lots of confidence in sterling The effect showed itsetf. Marshall Aid notwithstanding. In the drain on the already impaired central reserve of gold and dollars held by this country as the basis for the external traaswetions of the whole of the stfcrling area Devaluation became Inevitable. We should do well to realise thai the events in the United States, which so materially affected conditions in this country during the past year, cannot by any stretch of the imaginalijn be called a slump. What has hapbar* so far is nothing issart than a readjustment which has coane about after a boom of unprecedented dimensions ana which has risen out of the and 0l ihe re-stocking phase following the WU The level of American economic activiU i, far and away higher than in pre-war days. The fact is that WSJ have passed on from a simp'c n of production problem of production with ihe overriding complications implicit m the transition to a "buyers" Bat, It Is now our ,mp< need to adjust ourselves to this change in the atmosplu-tc la the tho world, haarlug ba muni that we have also to up of the Marshall Aid and the lengthening handi"posed by rapidly increasing pi abroad. Neither devaluate the "consequential measures" that are being taken or may have to be taken make any p i.tion towards this vitally to, though inevitable, are negative in concepUOB] and they can do no more than give a temporarybreathing space which can be all too sasily BOM If this were allowed to happen our situation would bet incomparably worse than It was before. The immediate and continuing aim is as clear as it It is. if I may put it m a homely way, to secure the giving of better value for money all round. That Is the aim and It is impossible to be too emphatic about it *nr h*. PMHWM tmt n.U, Uw %n•nl t w W iui W Fwams.il it h*r*ly aui>rfli>< U*l UU tfcwU b C UWI Uw wtnum voacM tint -r* Win* nwi-MMatily maaod *ml4 * *> UM>1> unh—dH t ••! m ttat* wlwn tha> u\, H.. I-.I fully rrva.M iurl( aha t.v-iv mm an* pmfttebto to tail ao-d. in BBA" runner BMrtcu. atoi w*f>i>p*mma*.t tota to til pe—tw o *nr trf.Uv KWXI to axial, ohan w\-.).n. .-•nlimaM t to, muab haCtor HUB %  NM bafoiw Uic war; wton Uwi* hour* of work hasHar wigw ami h.>'a*ya lth i* and vtian wa w*l)r m\ benuva aoclaj aarvkak in lh* wvild It U *ll too claac Uaa.1 tor Uiaar and a'Wi %  a*a*Mia 11 la IIPI aaa> lo pma homa U>< .nMfton thai tlw kind ..( ,nd.vidn*J acUan to wttc*i a must look a* lha main •olvant . lhat ithoul iV all Ua* n-found aaint niaa auon bacaxna a %  aaiiii ) That* sn hopeful aim thai un*aralanSan it s>a.d.r. II-M aaaa> and ptontj of *\itoncv to anow Utat in aoma oonaMUona a graM daaJ may ba dona by aaSaOrtallon lo brnic the publk mind to a iQllliatton ol ttoa naoda of th* taar In ao far at UUa Oart ba aona much may ba a n aa m o l ia h ad and nun* w\od Stot ar^narafanaanl of anaUaat tort It roquirod aa wall to produoa and auatoan lh* NaStonal will va maka lh* nckt policy alfacUva At match aa anyUUng at H a t awHar of aaatoa MM* Ow upward STwSMnl %  UM laSkaaaai ->!l tooard* U\a aoal li it i n aaaaal up in th* word cani i^diKUon in Uic buraati of taxatax. t-furh now diarouraaaa al all knelt i in* wiwmmiB Ui* aatnt thai naada mo <" '* %  fottorPd Th* praaant ral* of Goa anunant aapandltur* In ralaUon to ih nallonal inrom* with lhraoulUnl or naand tor r-nniia> la on* of lh* prin o b atorlat to Ti-covary ll la diratil> ODnditciv* to irJlaaaorv and la a aatioui Ihraal to lh* whola future of thla conn in' l undarbiuna. aa I wlah to do • M I lad to ov 4 year an oti tht' tubiorl. tot ma add that non* of ua cat toll to iwalU* how dUSkult a toak la In. 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ri | -.DAY. MARCH T, | funds • wn iron, the Sugar P.enabiliuUOO Kund Arri* nut ; 4 30 p.m. His ExSavage were met G. C. M. Woodroffe. Lntftn of the Playing ftala Cmmittee Representing tha Committee. Mr. J A. Hayncs -£ed Mrs. Savage to cut tne ribbon winch i an across v'.io doorway on) * 0Den the Co" 1 1 1111 !' Hall. flits Mrs. Savage graciously did. ; latform with the Govfjtwr were tin* Chairman of the Committee. Mr. G. L Farmer. irden of St Andrew; Mr. i A. Hayncs, Mr. D. A. Foster; UC.P-anf Rpv ^ anon w H Canon Read blessed the Hall and pirated it to me Glory of God. The Governor next stressed the co-operation and self pjlp as the key to success of any tenure of this kind. jjr. J. A. Haynes, moving a \te ol thanks, recalled the past history of what has grown to be •he Belleplaine Playing Field and Community Hail. The Governor then planted a pre on the grounds of the Playing Field The Hall is on attractive building carefully designed and built hy Mr. C. Allan. Skinner and 4uds l0 ,no West' of the playHM. Among those who witnessed Iba opening were: Mr and Mrs. Rise. \j Tucker. Major and Mrs. ClinactiReed. Mr. J E. T. Brancker. M.C.P.. Mr. F. L. Walcott, M.C.P. and Mrs. Walcort. Hon. D. G. L. pile, M L.C.. Mr. and Mrs. D. A Wiles. Mr and Mrs. H. A. Viufhan, Miss Betty Arne. Mr. p p. Campbell. Acting Colonial Secretary, and Dr. and Mrs. Gisruuim At the end of the function a game of net-ball was played between two teams from St. Michael. The Habile Cinema provided music and nve a Show pIEE TICKETS to "Olympii -J^! l hftW dOC, J r, l h,d hl ABOUT five leet ten %  case and that they saw A donkey and cart fell into the Had f Injury or of blood. Careenage yesterday afternoon Pie. H Burke war killed in 19* •veased smell... B immediately sank to the hotWhile In action with th. brunk. lom Nn ready assistance was Army in r Jiiere is evidence that the de%  *w and the animal was drownLouise liurki ceased tell from the bed in which cd rdav from tt. he was placed in the Casualty to The animal was being guided t*r of National Defence for Canada the floor which is of cement. The ^Pj)* ln w tTfront by Charles Tha medals were the 1939—15 Pat mortem examination was f 0 "* 1 £ boy * ,8 When trying to Star, the War Medal 1939—45 the Court is His Hnm,r J 7hra> CSier ^ y l '. reS amg ver lhe ** r,orme hy third doctor who [£" ^e umai and cart around. C.VS.M. the Defence Medal and Tavlnr ,h„ onoUT tn e Acting Chief Justice. Mr. G L %  *" ihat there was a large ??* J*** control <* ln ,orm *r the Fran,,darn thP Uii^S al j J P ost P"ed sentence on Frank Lopev after """"""ma above and behind the iSS JIZ car w n '* 1 rolled over Of a jovial disposition, Burke lhe latter pleaded guilty of bestiality. W ' ear. He |g of the opinion that ^r^UtaSS */"£ T* ,v d hto rI> * %  "' The charge read by the Acting ^StS „ W .* ""^ *""' St MieSel wT. ^ISS? 3£" Au ust '"* Chief Justice to the Grand Jnrv 0fTh Me—following violent Indonkev and ca th %  jury to the head and considers pleadrtSv of h£ P st P n 1 f d " ?S Gask.n after he of G^nTs^SK %Z? !" '* *• Cour, "' ona, and a| in can. — ""*'• ana ul its ion',r* fc V, "","" —"' %  "" %  " lusion lhe Grand Jury retired I "' c "• voaa sho > !" >>I>T i 'he mils „i Indictment At the end .1 thatt labours evening, tbej m discharged with the thanks of colony for their services. The greater part o( the day was jpaatja the taking of pleas'. Th. JJJ, t a y "",'_ '"2" "* ^* j Vestry Did Not Meet which is the instrument th*> M> iHtttd la have Uraek the deceased with. t uld have •he c ( ausrd thc injuries described Another doctor states that the Inuirles could have been caused the catA meeting of the St. Crown was repiesented bv Miss y In lhe circumsUncea you %  * scheduled for ,. M. E. Bourne Legal DraughtsT' y **" conjid *r that the eviw "*>l held for thc lack of man wraugnw rtence ^^ briefty ^m^ abov# quorum. is ifufflcient to establish n priiiia Members were to discus; *<*<** c*e against the accuaed ^ r rwpondence l.om the Socul The remaining cases shculd w, ,f are Officer relative to the The Charge of the Acting Chief prewnt no dimuli> WW ol 1! It. H. PrinnGeorge. When war hroke out he was workii At the age of 19 in 1941! lu joined up for service Mid aft** i months n.% the Ltefca arant to Cana Harold Wright's CdnUl was never to see BaroaoV His mother reeoimttd innnori.v nf him .is .i boy and In tone o' Michael's -adness told how the receiving o* cesterday the medals had starred i %  of her son. POULTRY FEEDS OF ALL KINDS by Now obtainable 'nun . H. Jaa*n Jcnea al Co.. Ltd Tile < !..,,:;,A." you no doubt'know an* the Rt. lion lhe Carl ,.f Signiiiff I'or Electrit'ih Justice reads as followsMr. Foreman and Gentlemen I Il ot concerned with the de/ence A,h lne. the Grand Jury. ou have merely to say whether Present yesterday were the TWENTY-FIVE more There are 30 cases on the Calen'hj Prosecution have made out a Churchwarden Mi II. A. Tudor, to the Governor in com -r and one remanet from the T* '"** ,asc and vou should Mr E D Motlley Mil' Mr on w tl "r Ci. L T AVLOH Assize Diary TIESDAV No. J7-R. v WUfrw Vounf No. 2..-R. v Co|v n Kini November Sessions" of 1H4B You will have also to consider that case u it was not dealt with hv the Grand Jury at November Sessions, th. Ilnd whenever the evidence ... sumclemly strong in your opinion a.to establish a probable case against the accused. You need not C. Browne. Mr. MrDSymnioiiu. Mr. Trevor Bowring .mi M.J. K. C. Grannum '-'-—'—:~''.'."•'" examine all the witnesses tor th. being ill and una'bfe ,o ippe'aT ESS"* A !" >'> < %  • "> following are the rase; will engage your 3 Sentenced To Jail For Stealing ONE APPEALS THRr.E persons—one man and the "*o women-were wven ter m' Games." "18 of "nprisonment yesterday wlu-i Girls and a Horse and others can "'"X appeared before Hit w.. r The which tion Murder I; Manslaughter 2; Causing grievous bodilv harm with intent 2; Assault with intent to commit %  felony 1; Bigamy 1; Robbery with violence |; Bestia'itv |; House-breaking & Larcenv 0; Building-breaking A Larceny I: Larceny m | dwaUinfbo I Bnop-breaUna ft Lajreaoy S; Larcenv 3; Delavmi; | letter 1; Forgerv |; Uttering forged document 2: Damaging in< twelve of you is necersary. I will remind \-ou that your attenconsideration of the cases should be conducted in secret. Sharon New Bell Dedicated the Barbados Electric I %  I in .it U Advocate Advattl yeiterdav The petitions ara tributed by the Electii •rt* A"n IaUoa Only Four Days Copra Comes Rein a net Robbery with violence 1. be dad from the British Council, "'"I" Mr. H. A. Talma for sienlii Wakciield. where the Show will ney were Cvphene Smnii u dlscrol tJ of any jH'rson under the "** w ould be able to marry aga .l! c r w broughv to a close on "Gardenia W l> rlUSPl of „U£ e case were ,nat Sund y "*mn loit when tha calledfroii. St V ,r cSkS who sfLTwiVh' 1 M "? am ^"S which was bou ht ,o MS ija-Kin wno stood with him four mark the anniversary was dedlsocia clays only. She preferred to return rated There was a lane con,. r ,„ m S ,h 5 r s home lictlon preaenl, including reprsOTiin lino however, she broughl tatives of other churches. The him up before a Police Magistrate, service was a vary impressive one seeking to obtain an alimony orThe dedicatory prayer was otlered der against him. She failed lo get by the Rev A. C Pilgrim, while %  ., the hell was dedicated by the Rev. Gaskui was under the iml> C Moore. Over 800 bags of copra arrive. for Barbados over the n as begun last by schooners "Mandalay I 25 YEARS AGO beheld at 2.30 p.m. on Thursday 25-year-olo hawker of Rock %  Dd Friday. New Orleans. WuhY rook •^MERE 18 no shortage of lumj !" 8 *" 13 ^"e who wan King's peace with thought either express or implied, 'enFor vour P ur P* th phrase iglcs and Bnrbaicnccd .to six months' and three "Malice aforethought" means AaMy to nave a shortage "> 0 *>h?' impmonment respective!. L%lln er an intention to kill or an of V" •' v months." Mr. ,< "' l,1 <' larcanj ol £2 IK IkH IntaOtion to hurt, but to hut* by ltonai M.i-i.rrhairman of the '*'longing i 0 Helen Shorev and Lumber Committee told the Adtrori I Other steamship arrivals over Trafalgar 9 the week-end were those of the Byffonl" and "Tactician". The former, calling from U.S.A., brought a cargo of Quaker Golden ma ire, pickled jmrk. paper cones and personal effects The Tactician" arrived from Liverpool with salt, whisky, biscuits, canned stuff, r, electrical, cycle and motor car accessories, hardware, tclassware and stoves. The "Butjord" discharged baV cargo and left the Mime night for Trinidad. The "Tacticion" was -till here yesterday Messrs. Da Costa & Co., Ltd., ara agents of the Tacticiav while Messrs. Robert Thorn Ltd.. are representatives of the othai tWO ships IN OIIII I ISIS IHJ'I l.l.ASS TOWKI.S, ", each KITCHKN TOWKI.S. 18e.. 74c., and 78*. each DAMASK NAPKINS, C5c. each HICK TOWKl.MNT. in While. Gold. Green, Blue and Kose ul 70c. and 81c. per yd. BELLOW COTTON DUSTERS 28*. and 36c. each C. F. HARRISON & Co.. (Bdos) Ltd. DIAL 2664 Wage Freezing Is Headache For Labour 20/Fine For Stone Wound A FINE of 20/to be paic ... 14 days on In default one month's inn id I IM. i u LONDON, that many encountt'ifo Road and Delamere Land. A few retail shops are also in Hie ana. One or two of shops were al.-j removed Hooded areas. PDOH ALLEY, thc road between Messrs. T. Herbert's •* yard and Me-.yrs. General '4 days on In default one month's Trade." Union Congress leaders Sfatrs Ltd sugar bond, is now Imprisonment war impose 1 on Ina astutely avoided the wage-freese the trade union movement. % %  >* repaired after many years. Hayncs of Roberts' Tenantry yesissue until thc election wa, over The journal frankly admits that %  Hi alley was in a very bad tenlay by His Worship Mr. H. A. but with more than live million ,he majority in favour of wage %  Mm !" One person told the Talma for wounding Samuel workers clamouring for Increases freezing was so narrow thai it •fcoraie yestei day thc roughness Holder with a stone on October 13, the problem ran no longer be ',now not likely to onerale. %  f lhi • WnrVarr nil 1 t-Ji i-1l*l>>,>. n By FRED By Mail). Big wage-freeze problems facing Prime Minister Clement rom „, nc French prcincn, M Attlee's precarious second administration threaten to lead Auriol, and his wife who are ache. to widespread labour unrest. U.K. Prepares For President Auriol 0 Froa P;e I Princess Margaret will play I prominent part in the state weli 'ALL STORES SELL j-'llUI n^a. the ronel unco caused a P.C Ihlef. He said that the %  af was caught m a nearby bond %  morning and bounded %  ah the Bruces Alley with the m m hoi pursuit. The thici wai j !" faster than the PC. but %  fortunately -.epped on a pro%  ttwog itono HI the alley and was nnoe King and Qtw • n cra l. are involved in wage increasu to visit h.m in Paris next autumn The wage-freeze policy is in fact demands. —neuter. virtually dead. As the narrow vote showed at the January conference ol trmii union executive' there is wideWorkers on the sliding scale 'dependent on the official cost of The T.U.C. -'crLvs" committed living tabulations) have ,ire:i,u 4 ln-ui today as a "spy and American d Won of lhcir national exacu^ce;Sergeants and H.P.C. •iit"Uve to support thc wag. Need For Unity In view of the Socialists' slim majority trade union leaders are expected to stress the need for unity. The increasing use of the block vote by the T.U.C. General Council is symptomatic of the widening gulf between thc leaders and fter a balote "the miners revtraed th stituted for demand. leaders of the 700.000 mineis are meeting in March. They want a higher cost-of-living bonus foi lower-paid win eivants are protesting about thc Ttaainr) halt til wage IM teachers too are demanding more pay. The unofficial dockers' committee are defying union leaders and pressing for a new ihuiici which would give them a subs! tial increase in pay.—tl.vs.) I %  UITIFIL %  AST-rt-tlEAl KbOOH COVERING *SILVER STAR' C0NG0LEUM J*Can* and PC E Codd-rd L Sgtw Tta-Hc *V/^^ 750 a m n Sunday ^ "larle, Walcott of Brittons %  -"M found lying under a tree ilaaf" Church. • in an unconscious con*nd w ai uken to Uic Gen^j^NMtal where %  aas i" y <'mm.ssior.er PSthTL 1 *" " ,s ilL 1 7*. aen *or Officers' Course months K£r~l> ,, l'' W. A Farmer Council l\^"^ arttv, ll>%„A A^n r. a_ Shipkov, an employee of the ^^y \f t h* powerful Transport American Legation was arrested and General Workers" Union had %  he wage-fieeze ell have been defeaud at ournal of the _. Office Workers. whose secretary. C. J. Geddes. It n member of thc TU.C General C'ouii'il. reflects the disquiet in Byer was the person reand forced to make a false con( O u owe d t for making the Police fesslon, released and sent back to mi -ht wen i k^V"! Trafalgar Squa.iwhilo his post on condition that he betne January meeting ^jVrudsrd is Clerk in the came an informer, and was reComment Irj the In 'Jjmmr'.ioner's Office. Comment arrested last August, the State union * **l Department sad —Beater. Russia'i Absence Did Not Stop U.N. Work LAKE SUCCESS, March 8. Closing the tenth session of the Economic and Social Council here President. Dr. Santa aid that Russia's beance during the last two had not prevented the m doing conatmctiv* j^jrwolnted Acting Deputv work, and International coilaboa^""•W of P, —Sevter. U It ATM ON TO-DAT Court of Grand Heasiaaa st ie.ee a.m. Meetins >.I House of Aisenahl> at 2.00 Pin Priaeea Auee aad Bart as* \iiiiunr arrive S.ee p.aa. Mobile Cinema, Colleu.ii Area. HL Lacy at 7,ie a.m. Soring Life is our first Duty! Your Phpalrien, your Druggist Hare rhrovpli long pear> of professional Iraininp developed fine judgment In anali-iina and solrinp pour health probletia. -This fine judgment, which comes from acouirinp rpeciallred knou-Iedoe and applyinp that knowledge to practical nfaationa has ssced .)>anu a life. for accuracy and con.tdenre. let us /III Ifour next prescription. kMi.ms imn. STOHKS. *=a? POEURIPIIONI PffOMPTlV ::FIUiD:: £U iVc have a kuiqsi aAAoAimejiJ og £aAtBA Shsmilnq tfaJidd with appJwfViixds woJtdi to tfjuml ipuA JurfatiuBA and pwuids. 12c, 18c, and 30c. f.V I Of* AIX Hffi' and Into 1950 WAY... with Flying Colours 111 \HAI.L~ N. B. Di 'eliveries ton lilt. BCST VALUE ON WHEEL* be ged in lhe U. K. "•• %  ai IIIOS. i IB). e ,11*1 CtH.1.1



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rw.r si\ BARBADOS' AtrTOCATF. HENRY BY CARL .ANDERSON W J i MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY (Jl' WHB8B ~P E rl -"AV MARCH ; '. POND' TO PROTECT YOUR COMPLEXION FROM THE BURNING SUN. WEsrrr VA/MAYA <^tckik k t*wi Haliborange THE NICEST WHY OH'. HAUB ADVERTISE in the Aovoan for AIR TRAVEL Reservations on all Air Lints at No Extra Cost Leave BARBADOS by... and make your connection TRINIDAD or ANTIGUA For Particulars •< %  . BHITI5H WEST INDIAN AIIMNft LIMITED. %  looking Offlc*: (Registered in Trinidad) Lower Broad Street Bridgetown, Barb*** PHONES: 4583 & 278*. J BVJT A --Q"Ok^* X* 1 O-t'AN-r 9JtvM w-A'JCE 1 / / LIB fir* Mft perating costs brought :.nv •..' mnnrv ii duae-radiui ilh ihc ItimJ'.-bmlt Morrn i.cry Van. led or unbaJrd from three aide* -i!c tn handic, asay w drive, ke all Mania .< I .!' to mad up 10 rMM THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES Ull LIKE A %  TtK*i*jT i ^' "-E PttAsTOM*MORRIS COMMERCIAL 8RITISM-1UILT fXPMSS DiUVERY VANS FMT HOVAI. .\l|\.i: i.TII. Phone 2385 Distributor. Phone 4504 A SPECIAL f A BOOK L^>. F0R TIIK CHILDREN! RLBBALOM TALES \ by ENID BLYTON THE VOICE OF A STRANGER -by Emyr Humphrey* FOUR STL ART PORTRAITS -by Hush Ross William** PEARS CYCLOPAEDIA WHITAKEHS ALMANACK ADVOCATE STATION^'



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SAY. W \KU .. ,&, CLASSIFIED ADS. "^•^^ ll.UUMDOS ADVOCATE HACK SEVEN L.S |*TKS FOR RENT 003* %  BBRfJie. sBI AiE ;" id* 1 " ^UC SALES n**.<* in, ?• %  BSOADVOCATX ,HM. by obuininc onwn ^ P*"1 CkrUImM Cfced. from NOTICE &&ss!# I* Much. *OrUtfenf- •aa. run, (ur <•>*! led. From 1 Ingnmi phone !>^w rwm lw S5 PW -;^ : ;ii",--'' ~oa TBI roo MB ass?*-"*THANKS a. the undereurned beg to thar.k ., ai *M %  ( *** %  *T**h >• ""i-— **> rxpfi wi n lympainy i. *?-.. ad Weswvernent ^Za-T<*ein —" %  u lh 'daughter. *"£ to Annie Waterman ..!.. %  £ Go-"** %  eephew* T 3.1. thsn — l^jrrte Murphy b*ga lo ,*I%p. mended the Funeral. _,. *£.. irtMre endeawd* or "> •"> w ?> ^awd aado lance in ner rocsnt be ^^-t through ">* deaih alnfrW I ggbert Murphy Ule driver I Cunard. Glliter Ha v. s* TSW-U, n Ln> larsr criii%  %  S "'XON B^DON. KlIEi'SET iJ ao in kUchen. ord*e-ci f- .T^ " m Um upply 0 ( •<•'>*. UUh-Mtu. Sfwt. ntofM 2H| IN MEMOHIAM r dmr bcUncd ^iSBKATTUCE ho WMTOd thli "TTB, lUron 1M %^ but not io"W— ^^uo. Btfrow and Fmi|y %  noro than wluch th* milk will be suo— TuborruhHU Apply: Mr. K M \ cauto (r^ T J.30—*nj pUd are irtRAsa: ar -^By uj-drr. _E. C, REDMAN. Clerk, SL Mlchwl', Vpttrv BAM h DEACXMJ VTIU Com ... rta .„„ FUH M> WWWTIVE KOtOR CYCLIC Drfln One O "V 1 HP Veloctftc Molar Cycle in Rebel conditton noiug rheap Manhuli I Efwant* Phone J433 J 2 SO—2n CJVOw Ford Prefwi 1M model in %  n awe condition Apply Unite-l •a* CD Roebuck St Dial 2141 3-T-n BJ^J „rV" 'U'm.hed Apply: n !*?£: *'****" Maxwell DIM OBt. 7 3 50-UB Coaal Jg *gWM > WI* P-Hv to Mfc, lLi. u .n^*L t ,> lto,T >' "*** '' sandhurat' fit I^wronce ldl \an, • wn Boautllul aettln Lovely botch ha\-e to leave toon Phone M0I 4 3 : %  & .! %  NOTICE an ,/ ARi OF ST. i i MiA'' iirmi. parOiMM JttlMt the ParUh _. Blaned. O. & CORBIN. Parochial Treamurer, St. Peter. 4J.S0—tn. LN PORT3ch U*h-.v, S ** T£\ U* UvW " ,; ***" — Mutati Belle WoUe. -tah Mary M S3 ByfMrd 1 l tnnt r*i rt U-%, Yacht Leandar. Srh Mma Mac. l^tar^dWnTfSn cC", Jjj. Sri Ziia wr-nlta. *h United Pilcnm BobeTTvin^id ^^ ?..**!-,? M T *f^ u "*" laiudalpha. S s Oreanatde. 30i v H ,-* Caw M...I. .i !" MK_ mm. H um. ,< caw Ai*lol4. from 91 Iu. .A^u. H V LM. J.v J§~SIl"-t f-.ni —• —-^ . Js-5 W'-.-uS.-Sr-D^ Schooner Ownara Aaavi-i-n -ra.-a %  J TZ" -LrT.'? !" 1 "Cap* Wallace., from at Vincent. AcenU: %  w Trinidad: Afe.it3 3 TacUcaan. 3.734 tone net. Cap* ben thorn Ud IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION iCABLE and Wlrateea iWeaat lad. adviar that the-v can noa* "ivate with the followind ihipa I •heir Rarttadoe Coaan Soiiion: 3 3 NtdardaJ. V T Votee Ooraure. 3unra. 19 nlue Maater. Itiahupdale ""*' -f A"^** Rafney. 3 S Fh-anUUa S3 mut<>liate*. s 3 Recant hi • S S %  "a* apeclaJiat. 3 3 Matin*, a Nor-eeSaabreeee. 3 3 Wlneum. M V I **. B Run*. S S r .o*n ri a nta t, Mr. Etneat Prench, Mini a — le la ta l Mlaa Euajene %  %  rap. %  Q*ltM-iVIMV. Vr Uaaa ran MafaMNr. \tra Aotocnaeiie. \tn Cnn-ie OaBdry. Matr Joaeph Oaidry, MM Kvetrn Fearnam. Mr. Waiiar l<\ n Mr Bnc Oeaan. Mr ArUwr JanMaon Inc. Mra. Aktea lan-anM, Mr Charlrc Pitt Mlaa AnawW Bayc l*d, Leotu ok* Mr L-OO Maaia fcL M r OaraW **** %  NCr. BkaaBff Flvmi. Mia Jmi.(eMr Phyllta Fl.wlUUtn. Mat MicaMet nuwilUam, Mr Kl FRil ,tU Z n ;2* r ? laaBa-ar. Mr Kla.ii.. TMil. Mra Molly TnarU. Mr Gyn yOIMtrax Mra .Marie DeVaux. Ilr Err-une Ford... ML. Eunice, llaynea, JMI Mark Bell, M.tr Franc*. Klrion M %  uGums Bleed, Teeth Loose! s..%  Mn ^ • 8 HermiNon. S3 3 Roaa. 5 3 Rwcetua, 3 3 Brttln-es Morrnncul*. S3 CJty O* Brtatol. SB. Atnharal. 3 8 Atafa l^eJl. S-: a ^ ^„.ST >s iv.isarrri&ass.'^ Stone. S 3 Pner^^bnar^. s 3 OalU%  '-—•S^ 5 "AJOD *••*. _. I**uia. SB Antaua. ft.3 naila, %  3. Datn Linden. 3 fit. loida ntajuay. 3 S Lolde Paraafnav. S s Stiline. n Mam n ai M iU. 3 8. Del MaT. lonhryatn. 0UJal>4iL Ua-roae. 3 s Oodd.nouth. t* 3 Ciuadr. iT*£ a .iA, ra U *aV"S*>H* -SJ H* T N !" uuer. S3 % ^fU. 8 8 MotandaUa. S 3 MBaMaT C4*-Ri.taa Ml.ix. oi ol the beat *J eutt" dUI aolni rlronc. Alwayr drt*n, In pood condlllon H)|( price Apply: .strauann ,Jaraa. Street B2.SO-tf.fi W *MH COOK — Apply with rrferencea Mr. 1. L TAYLOR. Klntrton Plata, -Velchea. St Michael. —S3 SO—3a Kpa-llixni Minor 8 IIP %  daTlaW mile, l.ikr new. Morrl. S 9M Mod-I. T.800 mile.. Evcellenl oa. Ford V-B IB37 Sedan, only nika. Prke reatonable. Fort %  M Guur Lid Telephone 4M-4. 4.3.S0—3n KeJaaaardt H P IIM1 Model aaaa-n n aocldant Can be aeen .11 n> baaji Oflm m writing wl I p rn Friday loth A. Lynch A Co. %  e* 7 I I LitESTOCK iraded Guemaey Cow. 3rd d t weeki Cllvlni 34 pi. •able a. a family cow st .homa*. l.l.tP ..* %  A OIRL. Counter aaalatant lor our More Apply in peraon 10 Oeorfe Ward Co St. Lawrence Ch. Ch 4.3.50—sn A STENOGRAPHER A TYPIST 1 Female! for our Office Apply in paraoe ','.'LM !" T ^.i^f-£ p ,cnUon Tld rrterencea KN'IOHTS LTD. 3.3 30 (In WANTED A Teacher for the Analican High School nor airl.i. Grenada Application* i.tainut guahneationn ihould be addreaaed lo the ArcHdeacon of Orenada. the Rectory, SI Geoiae'*, before the end of March. 43MMISCELLANEOUS MO RELIABLE RIDING HORSES Ifea* broken prlca. WO. $300 Ring Pnverbi & Co Ltd 33 3 30 o d —iw %  WllaBull Temer MattirTa. i-even %  %  iM TM femnlea and one male %  mar e>c*!lent walch-dog* Dtal %  T.l 30—Jn %  MKAL PASSFNGF.nSThree >3i fo. St Vin0H "> %  chartered pUne leavini seawelJ. Barbadoa. on Tueaday. Tth Ma.ch at 3 pm Para 37.w> par paaaue. For further Infoimatloii pleaae apply lo Ont-an Waal Indian Airwax Ltd. Dial 37H w *•. 4390—3n V. \NTED TO RKNT •iBA-SlDE PREMISES-Suitable I Mcenied Chib. laillnga. Worthing St. Lawrence Particular*: Apply: B A A Co Advocate Co. S 3 O l BICYCIES. Ladle. A Qanto las Rod.te.. A Carrier Cyclee tedman L Taylor'. Oaragi 4303 A 4433. 4 3.50— 3n L"LCB CARRIER CYCLK4—Alao BlUn Onu and l^dlea Spneta Auto BkCo Trafalgar St Dial MOO. JTLE cine Ladiea nicvele Sport' BtaanaaHe with light and ahoppim IBB Pri-^MOOO Dial 3400 T 3 50—Sn •CELLANE0US BOATS-Thr-e i3l H.hlng *Y Oeomc Merittt. c.-iribl>eaii M Fontabelle. 3.3 50—an •Tllit. I:PNS M Table and Dea|w*. Fork*. Spoon., Carver*, %  pnat Spoor.i A Knivc rlc. alto In a Dial 2039 or vi.it our Iron A .ptpt BDOS CO-OP COTTON 53.50.-3n km UDUCTIONS — c r Art Department have ill but interaaUng colRep.oduction. Among "led a.e Braque. Dufy. %  nd Toulouae-Laulrac 3 3.50—3n SHARKSHa.badoa Foundry, Central Foundry. Barbadoa Ice Company arK Barbado" Telephone. Preference. Mr Webb. Phone 31M. 3 3 50— Sn SHARES: Barbadoa Co-operative Bant Share* Beat Prioaa paid. Noorah Slnu.n Telephone SOB). .3 50-7.LAflGE RARY'S CRADLE—In goad condition with or without maltreea Approximate Ue 5 x 3 ft Phone 3105 T.3.3B—3n NOTICE .y^S-T""*". "HMd on ih. ,. ;•"• —TOIOIK Ton wl || b. .w at lht AUnrtiw i n wen quln tiilM %  my be required from time u "me. (CM 4 period of one < 1 %  year com. mentint on 2Sth M.roh. It J P""> UMftUW l,,u.l .ubtlUI it?!? .^II '" i> !" P"'ly nu.luied Pwn. willing lo become pound in. miccewiui tenderer for the dut formuice of th. contnet. Tt. appro.un.ie quantity of milk re ;.^fT. r T** rv e ,h 'Wtl lo accept Ih. [T^l m £* V n w !>•'-' >r ih* P-.1T of t th '* qu r u >' All tenderer, for the .upplj of milk mun forward .1 rertlflcnte from a duly qualified Veterinary P-ctitiwr ihi 1 he rani, from which the milk 1. .up p 2? I 1 ,r ** ,0,m Tul>e-rculotii % %  TST?"? dOW not b,nd ""m^lvea U accept the lowe.t or any tender Acting Clerk. Poor Law Guardian* 30.3.5O-Sn parNOTICE PABISH OP it. PETKB Wanted by ihe Health CommU.i or ieri the above Pariah, two fully qualified juraa.. to perform the dutlea of Dlatrlct "* M '' lh Hur-1 Ar "' •*>•') %  00 per month and tS.OO per month houae allowance, l One for the Urban Area.. AKRIVAIri — By B W I A L. Fiom irirudatd: Metroa Shadack. Bud Niool, Jamea IffMoL Hj-eb-n Gabe. ManGato*. Samul aabe. Florence RJatk. John WUka. Olga e\. Harold Rigga. Edward Hopkln, alary I FURNISHING liemu Drawing Room Alaraclloiu. Morna Straaarrutned and level -lit'. FUrruture. Tub and olhc Can** MatooatMty Furtuiuie. Cocktail H and Fancy Tablea ani. Stool.. Barblce and Uprigt" Chain Dining Room and P axlroo n Attrarthon.: Malugany. Fir and Iron Bedateada. Wardrobe-. Linen P re .a ra. Vaiutka. Dining Tables Sideboard.. Kitchen .utd China L'uUinet.. laardera A Waggon. Office reretda Deak. Shapaa and naea. i>iiihie-tireeurih OrTlce Chain. In •averal fiaatTfWMftB. •tog *-i LS. WILSON Trafalgar S-reet tti.00 per Application! muil be accompariied bv poclor • Certificate and Bapli.mal Certlncate. Application, will be received by the ndemgned up to March 15th at 10 a.m rjr further particular, apply to the Signed. G. S. CORBIN. Clerk of the Commiaalonen of Hralth, SL PaUr. 4.3.50—411. untr. SL C H i Un **> *a*a/. Evelyn Xltnu Martin. Waiter King, wuim ^BfMBgM Ibarviaon. Loui. um Vera^i "TT** n " Blaaak. Clatrto. Er.. "Tuce. Carolyn EMweaMa. Dorothy Rai • %  •>. Jaamea Har.-iap. Denrila Barctaa AhUMna. Vwv^. sun, V .,.s*erv 1 rTnci rtutvhiitaon, Abdray White. J**. NUetet Ethellne Manning. Rita Rodrigue,. a lUll Ktonrinun. tt.id lUfcOBrtavi. ULLan Rnbtrt-i W.Uiam RoOea^ !" ,. T.phn. Innin\ John Itobitaaon. l*orieu kaavl. l*y saarle. ciarle Lke, itruce locke Lippr Brand. Farmer, o-ar Spencer, From La. Oumara. Claude Oaiclry. Carlo. Urnanria. From st laafia: llenrietu T^edone. Bernadetta Thedore. Amelia Harelle, Cmg John Stow Kd|. fnZ"'S U 'K„i!"" y Wb -G !" "' Caaariea Pierc*. Mom Anlurua. Mr* B. Smart. Prom Orenada Abel De FWitaB Prom Triudad. Hanny Week.. Lewi. Chmacho, Hilda Cairtarno. Alan Seale. MaJcMm pn>vnr|>. Thareaa GorraM. Mary Hendny. Chabit) Lanyon. Mavi. Glib*.*. Pearl 3*1 Her \rihur Shenfleld. Louia Spenue. luta ^orna^rol. Algpr Rnbartaon. ComilU Paaaa. Philip Laitimer. Clement Ch*der> •on. John GelUrd. Slade Hard}. H>MI....I .....IW liom Orenada Marlorie Evana. Georga Evana. Dn-ut I nown. Hennette Copeland. Ke.ih Wellv A laaaain Smith. Ann Smith. Alfred Many, Kcnntc* Milne. Richard Budd. DaS>ARruREB Bv P.W 1 A 1 F. Trinidad latdy Mary MonrralAe, Mr Naaro Cnl'ado. Mra Joaephlne dallado. Mr Cleophaa Quaahie. Miu Paula Hell Mr Herberl Hell. Mra Mar)ria Hell Mr Andre-w Lyich, Mr. Cyril Hodge. Mr. PU Hodge. Mr. Jamea Hodge Oal IWI. Mra Barr. Mra Edith rr-nr Hugh Wllkui, Mra IJUalwIb Wilkiu Mr Milton Klrvaa. Mra. TT*lrrai Klrton. Mia. Mildred King. Mi a. Haael Boyve Mr. Jean Rudney. Matr. Stuar*. RuAYicn-, Mr Kanrarth KuMna-y, Mra Ameli-. !•• Vriaa. Mlaa Jaanette DeVireMr tarhartaa OeVrlaa. Mr. Robert T wnr, Mia. Olga Fnvu.lln. Mr Ctarioa CTCa-anor. Mr. Geocgr Qaldrj, Mr. Ttnckan Por Orananav Mra Ada Lellirur-ell. Mlaa Edith Lfary MI Ragiruid Myer. Mra EUie afjfer, Mi Hagtraakt Lopea, Mr. William !*.,:•• Por Jamaica Mr. wniiam Andaraon. Mr Praajeri. k RMih. Mr. Arthur Jewvat. Mra Martarei M,Car*Jv.v. Mr Cl.lea Mcc-r."-. Mr. Francla Buyla. Mr William 'oiuw aon. Col Waller Oalver For St Lucia Mlaa SybU Welch. Mra niutbet.i Pawd,nand, Mr MeDonaJd Fee^irawad, CM Cric Jaanga. For Anllgua. Col John Branch MAIL NOTICES MAILS *e Tnnadad by the tM-|niaaw ilia */on.ia win tar clo-aau J( me Ganr.al Pbei OfAoa aa under — l^rreL RaglMrewd and Ordirjarj' aUa %  %  1 30 p m on the ate, March 13|e> Mwila fo. St Lucia, st Viricaatf. CienaaU. and Arub-a by the M V Dgagfuood. will be r-toaert at the Gna*xml Hoal Ofnc* aa under: Hare*!. Raguaarad and Ordinary MaUIa at 13 IS on the7th March IW. SHIPPING NOTICES Slop Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth in 24 Hears rreack Mouth, or iff, had dtaeaaa thai • ill eveatually caw* .. 10 to*, ail yea. te^ih aad ha., la wear la la* teetk befaee • oar time Mara Ihe (real Warld w„ thaae niouih d^laaaae. haea .faraag ra m a j kout taa world aa thai now adentlMa aa> Ihat fear out of .very flv. people ... .ul ferwa aoaner or later He weraag m dm. and .tap three dla.aa*. befor* It te tOelata. bacaaee they often cauae nor ealy Ik. loan .1 tr.th. hut ahw chronic rkjaraatiHa and heari trouble ^ KB w Di m t M f '-•u the discovery of an Anuriean acurti.i naht. to.., treuhlaa la a aewMd qul.k -ay II pen.iratra right te Ihe rest of the trouble, .top. gum. from tueealna the eery flrat day. eatfekty tahea Iks au.iT W'I 1 .**? Tfca'altowiag l-,ter free. Mr W W U allow, ihe r..ulti that AmMu.f get I .uffered from 1 reach afeuth and Pyorrhea fo. tan year* My aua*. war. *•-<• nd blreding and I had litToir t.Via whit. ...eral other teetk, -a.T-itTin. all ihe time I l.ied many thlnaa ajkl i*W diico.i %  orensaa la my •• day. aad la %  % %  • %  I.,!h •>,.* aa -., tSttSX „ NOTICE THE Pe-rochUl Trssauret Office of I. afjcaaaal will be clo.rd at ij n-fior* %  nn/RSDAY. the inn Mar,,, GOVERNMENT NOTICES. IBM PRHCY H. BURTON. Paa^icruaJ Traaaauer, Bt Micii7 3 302n PERSONAL Tray public are hctrliv ruined .ig^nn (JVlng credit lo my *ifr CLADY RirrCJBBR inae aandiaordi aa I do no '..Id no%  elf rwaporunble for her or any oiw eiae oDntraoUn*; any debt oe debt. I rro name urues. by a written order algnc by me. Signed NATHANIEL BUTCHER. 7 3.50Ir JMIOID kgagal Roecbal paint* In iaaiOraen m Six Gallon drum, a BP V?*" V A PP'> The Standard %  *0il Co.. 14 Swan Street. Tele5 3 50—2n. I SHEETS In 24 a 20 gauge '. %  n. and 9 length, tic •Ma 1/13. It. i,. 5/10 nnr) ^ J 1 .lie*. Enquire Auto Tyre r Trafalgar 3rert LOST A FOUND LOST s\W.K}->TAXE TICKET—Sariea N Mil. Mnder pleaae return aame to lha Advo c-le Advt Dept Keward oftereu SWAkfAlAKE TICKET—Seile. Q104: Finder pleaae return asme la Olance Phillip., Planer Pond. St. Thoma*. 7 1 50—3n NOTICE fSS," •*. Mir.AII. hf ^, '" 1 %  .1 ...I..1.1 I*-*D. J AfiHJlY •*•* of st %  „„! 3 3 90—7n RELIEF ^BACKACHE t "'oka OoonT PiaV* g^y' L'P ariih rataxUeoa %  g,.^ **^ BOffi bOaiaaJiev T %  WaiT**' !" nht t*. OUliJ %  "r** •"J louiu or ihg !. ~T*** uuuroen due to iaa T?? *Uoo when yuu •tt-ni B2U& JT? "*? >€t>bon. SWEEPSTAKE TICKET-Serie* P Finder pleaae return aante lo 1 Jonea, Ea.t Point, St. Philip. 7.3.60In Pi H1.11 VII. I% AUCTION WEDnTEBDAY Oth at 1 p m BELF1E1J1 HOUhMNQ SCHXMK. BLACK HOCK, %  double roofed board and arungie houa. with dani-kitchen. W C Bath and water n the yards IB a 10 x 0 painted In ai mi. land can he tensed 00c per month. sq Aquatic < ... 111. St Mit-bnt-i 7 3 S0-3r OFFICIAL NOTICE BARBADOS. IN THE ASSISTANT lilll OF ATPKAL lEqulUble Jurladictlonl. QBOROI ALLBYNI By Atty REBECCA 3EARLES ALVA FIT7.-OERALD KELLY Dtf.adaat IN punuancc of an Order In ihu Court in the above action made on the 4lh day of January. 1000. 1 give notice 10 all peraon. having any ealale. right or inler aal in or any Hen or incumbraivce affectAll that certain piece or parcel of land (formerly part of the land. %  >! CefBpM ituale in the pan.h of Saint Jama, and t.land uf Baibadoa aloraaald containing by admeasurement two roods be the uim more or let* abutting and boundina un land* uf A Jordan on land, of the Ealale of EHiabelh Sandiford, deceaaed, on land* of the EaUte of Nathaniel Lords, deceased .and un a rued In 1 or however ebe the une may id bound, to brina before ma an account ol their uld rlalma with their documentand voucher., to ned by me on any Tueaday, or Friday between Ihe houn of 13 far Match. 1W0 inter that inch claim, may be ranked according to Ihe nature and priority ARRIVAL OF H R H PRINCESS ALICE 1. On Tuesday the Tth day of March, 1950, between the hours of 4.00 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. no vehicle or pedestrian shall be allowed to pass through or remain in Trafalgar Square or Trafalgar Street between Bridge Street and the Public Buildings gale. 2. No vehicle shall be allowed to pass or remain between the Victoria or Chamberlain Bridges along the Wharf. 3. Only vehicles conveying persons who have received special invitations to the enclosure shall be allowed in the Public Buildings Yard, and they shall enter by the North Gale. All other vehicles will park In Palmetto Square, as directed bv the Police. 4. After the ceremony vehicles parked in the Public Buildings Vard will leave by way of the South Gate. 5. Prisons lining the route are roqudarted to stand on the Southern side of the road only. Made under Rule 22 of the Bridgetown aad Speightstown (Traffic) (Amendment) Regulations, 1943 COL, R. T. MITCHELIN, Commissioner of Police. Police Headquarters, Bridgetown. Dated 5th March. 1950. hen heard n ;t hour, after .,.. nad .lopped Ue.din. nouth disappeared it week. 1 found iha< l' nahler and that •el uf food/ Ouar*inlaa| Att'M. ork. .o fa.i aad ao rertola last f %  trnaranired lo atop your aum. I %  feeding, end eore mouih .ad tight.. ,Var .aii.farilea ae %  OjBfdaj (Te.lng "|h. "daaieV, "fToln VlTTaaMlaa. The M.V Daerwood wlU accept cargo and Paaeenger. lor St lAieta. 3t Vincent. Orenada. A-uba. mailinf Tueaday 7lh March The Schooner United Pilgrim 8" will accept Cargo and Pasaengera for Si Lucia, islllng Tueaday Tth March. Tlta Wonlta* The Schponer will accept Cargo lor Trinidad, nailing Wednr.ua> Bth March B.W I. SCHOONER OWNERS' ASSOCIATION INC Conaignesa MONTREAL. Al-T.AU' - % %  ZEALAND LINE LtMiTTP "ANi) LINE1 MB "PORT PTRIE" I. achadulPd ta aall from Sydney January lain — 'tth Txintd %  bwU a^B^OaT >*"KAIPAKtf. .chedulad to Mai %  rom Port P-rie January Tth, Bunala January 10th. Bsaaty Potal Janata** 3th. Halbourna January Mth. SydraW 'ebruary in. Brt.bana February lOBl, 'rrrnng ,t Trinidad about 10th Match Thaae vaaeala have ample) apwos nar Chilled. Hard Prsrs. ^loi^esTTVr£ Cargey aarewtad on Through BUU 0 and Lee-ward laUade 'raaSSS BUtT THOM LTD.-New York aad Gull Service. si'KIALIHT IN HIGH GRADE PROPERTY III VO> A III AIMIX HMI\ tl. Il \IIO\ REAL ENTATE AGENT — AUCTIONEER — SURVEYOR Phone 4640 Plantations Building. ALARM CLOCKS SAWH-^Iu.1 Received Our I/RACSE SYtrDaOATBB give you 10 win THOUSANDS Of DOUAIU JOHNSON'S STATIONERY & HARDWARE %  MABWAV SOMI 111% ttl IS II RIM NYLON STOCKINGS In New shade. 5 1.16 per pr. LACE all over 36 In. wide in White. Beige. Black at $1.77 per pr. Also Trimming Lace I rom Sc. U lie. per ji. UattsV BELTS In a large Aaaorlnent of roloun KITCHEN TOWKL>VM l MIP 47 ,. IHIO.\IIH'\. I MUSS SHOP. TENDERS FOR THE 1950 TAMARIND CROP at Oaxriiton Headquarters The Barbadoi Rtgiraent. Tenders are invited fo Headquarters, per 100 lbs, und UH 1950 Tamarind Crop at Garrison the following conditions; — All Tamarinds must be picked, bagged and weighed under the supervision of this Depart men t. No unnecessary damage muat be caused through the picking of tamarinds to the trees or other property of this department. Weighing must be completed before 1530 hours (3.30 p.m.) every day. Tenders to be sealed and addressed to the Commanding Officer, The Barbados Regiment, Garrison Headquarters, marked "Tenders for Tamarinds". Tenders to be submitted on or before the 15th March. 1950 The Commanding Officer does not bind himself to accept the highest or any tender. 7.3.50—In. then rely: othen pm REAL ESTATE uWELLINO HOUSE— The two .lotled dwelling houar called "AMBURY" With i ace 4 uarchn of land attached thereto. ..tuate at Upper CoUyrnore Rock. St Michael The houe contain, dr Ing and dining room*, one bedroom aiai On LAND—teMO anua. • (art of land al the !.-y. Gsvernw M Wt H Thai ahove paml of Ural will be art up far Bale by pukllc 'omnoUusai at owr OSWa. Jaenae Sarawt nn Thurela* I0*a Match ISM. al T p aa YXAF. aTOOD BOYCE. 1.3 0~0n HOUamhtaiwri Bungslow leaaaaaM Ola n PruM trees, lovely garden Pknty si Mae* far Chirk. Pigs. e%Gas laid ee. Appl. ~Som*rMt". Beeawactf Road. MS M-a. will be precluded from 'he hei of Ihe aald Dec r ee, and be deprived ol all claim on or acaln.1 Ihe aaid properly. Claimant* are alao notified thai they mum attend the aald Court on Wedjaaaday the Bth day of March. 1M0. at 10 o'clock a.m. when their Mid claim* will be ranked. Olven under my hand Ihli 4th day ol January. 1080 I V. OILKES. As. CWrk of the AM! Court of Appeal T.lM-sn OFFICIAL SALE MRfAfSOJ IS TStS ASSIaTANT (OIBT Of APPEAL 'Equitable Jur,kliclion>. GEORGE ALIiYNE By Ally REBECCA SEARLES PlalabS ALVA F1TZGERAUJ KE1XY Befeadaal NOTICE I* hereby given that by virtue of an Order of the AauiUnl Court of Appeal dated the 4th day of January, IBM. there will be •?! up for aala to the high an bidder at the OOce of Ihe Clerk h...r. of IS inooni and 3 o'clock In Oat afiemeeei on Friday the 10th day of March. ~ PUnUuoni .ituaw In the pariah al SaTSal Jgmea and l.land of Barbados aforesaid ah nb jInMMf by admaaauremant two roods ha th* Mrm.' more or lea. abutting and •aaiadaag on land* of A Jerdan on land. of the Estate af RUaabsth SandUsrd. daeaaaed. on land, of the EataU of NaOaanaal Lards, deceased, and on a road In ggaaaaOB or however oho th* an. a-ay •but and bound, and If not thaw. aoU th* aald property will be art up fsr M I* on •vary aucpaedlng Friday between the aame haura until the aaaaa la aoM tar a %  asa net teas than C73 II 4 Dated thla ath day af January. ISM KaaOB, Ag Clark af Ihe Aaat CaeSI af AM*


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"7T T il •• il T Miir.li 7 1!.IO. Barbaioa toocate Pri. FIVK CBNT9 Year S3. King's Speech Soft Pedals Domestic Issues No Nationalisation Before January, 1951 — Says Clement Attlee LONDON, March pRIMK MINISTER I LEMENT 1TTLBE .Wtami i„ ,h. I House of Commons to-day thai whl .... ,. „,. labour Govern purpose lo uttoaauM ihe su-rl int&rs "here is noUiing lo be dour in ihc matter immrdiatc' Replvini; lo Mr. Inlhony Id.,,. p l| M< Opposition u ^ er who had .l.-cl.ii,,! ihm ihc eh-rtnrate had decided gtfoM further nattonallkaUon meaanrM, iiicludiui! naiionjliMii.m ol steal Mr. Attica pointed out thai an act lo pjaauuW steel was already on the Statarta Book The 0(1 corporation 'o run Ihc indllslrv could not be appointed n ,i| October I. 1950. and the earliest dale (or nalionalisatiaii was January 1931. .. Am d lou : theers. 1 declared: "Thci e u I nothing to bo done in the nutter immediately inn thai statute is on lar purpose I to acts passed bv ant" I the Government ntinue to run the counts in the same spirit and on Ihc MM niinciples as during the last four and a half years. On ihc release of sterling balances held by countries in the Middle East and Asia. Mr. Attlte Mid: "Any ideu of repudiating them straightaway is quite wrong." Mr. Eden interrupted to say. never said anything remotely Cube Speaks lith Jamaica Cane Cutter % % % %  0u> 0" correspondent i LONDON. March 6. 1 -] fm in every ideal home" a—curved the two fc I tl I ^bmwo Mr. Cube at the tdi ul Bj- Exhibition. officially openMi it 0. Bspisc 1 Ho %  %  %  bbltior: HKt. anu i to-morrow. is travelled tkS from lue sugar wrappers. Tisell heard at the deep booming llmshes by singing I %  nda on 18-inch ifjixcr legs an In .i commandaipCd:'.II. rr sugar stand, called "Food fgsB The Sun Ms of %  %  : it the antrana ^HBBBB bore J rime ujia L>le". Upon %  B tsr rece.vci. iHtdonto Ihe small ireeii, ami Ik recorded voice *pukiar. "Since 183H your sugar has tan limited. Britain's loord thetnsclve? ui, the dat?, and 1 believe altt Satrounu the Ha %  %  .. n ague a: T. claim Com(tttois spoke up from live %  ]gana cube making wen Twelve Uirls wM girls from Liverpool, 20 |BB London, aim a uuiil MM spcc:ai. He" stand. They nave oem anr. i %  an kb ,likc repudiating the balances. Mr. Altlee replied: "I ; i R ree, Ll a nood deal of loose talk about them thing that had today described a unfortunate Incident" and '>k '•full re Britain use of! Commons that thr Security Ser' il mauun for the ISM : Com' • mi ssun ; %  wmni -puM up iruiii live %  ,. SBU screens, set a interval* Ililailillr Mortulih ajjntbe wall. Five Manes rennIn Ceylon <)2 Per Thousand Medical Health Officer cf the nd good Guven.mt ,. has left are keeping up , iad ^p Ion for every C ill oi gran ,,1,1 we i_ am who told m :h< Wicr I an Mr ci, If* it-mi Ni,' %  sue from but his [ace %  u and hps ni ^ %  kahaUon n the sounds. %  %  uses one of hii ^^^Bctan n i %  fi souufl %  lua to low had s lot to do i -i to raise %  nts. Dr. —(By CaW' 11tended %  a. t planned 8Sla WalkS Out -ealer. tab, P,„ POP. (i SUPPtKS e "Iked out today (i V CITY. Mai %  S, the i Bmeraancj Fund hlldran wh eventm ind Ihe Police Baud will be in at(end a nee. To-morrow (he ftoyad part> will vt\lt Krdivton College and Harrison Collrfe, There will be a luncheon party *l Government House In the afternoon lo meet repreaentadve* of charitable organisation* and at 4 o'clock In (he .if(cmoon Ibatd will be a Garden Part* .i( dm rniiiif-ui Houae f4* more than live hundred and Oft > cue*b.. Tilt RT. HON IIIK KARL 4)1 1THLONI Screening Of Atom Secret Projects More Intensive LONDON, March 6. Security police today began the most intensive screemnij oil** 1 sdenttnts worteing nn top Mcret atomi N.A. Chiefs Meet This Month IN EUROPE WASHINGTON. March . 'o. mc :in of ihe C Staff of the No th m uiti beheld thi. m BosM It w learned luthoffl The meeting „! the Chiefs C naa w-iii be u.nn*ed BQ I 'h.-.i Ue/fenco MM B April isi nd late .: weeto ..• %  A.mnuc Council m Foreign Mln %  stcrs, officials said. %  M omcials >aid no agend %  a fixed for the Nort; tic Couatl] Meeting, but I UdBB piaca la London o asm capital. "* l>oa.ble the Foreigi ight discuss the ex •M-iniK inaehmerA cocadurea f the North Atrreaty organisauon u ..length.—. the .Tonoiiin pal ties between the posren Hut the ..iflciab emphasisec (that Ihe implementation of thai 4 (he treaty would require preparation and the North tie Powers might not Dt to discuss this by April II is expected here that the %  French %  nd Slate* Foreign Ministers will I meet in Europe m April or May. ould coincide with (he i leeting uf the North Atlantic 1 oreign Ministers. Ma Truth I A Si mt spokesman. Michiii'l MeDermotv. io-da\ i Lined I'uns reports that the Mrntttrv.ould meet on April 12 in London "There i>. ne truth MI it. no 1 .en fixed, he said. The Foreign Mi: Schuman b %  on Id discuss amomt Ikeni OdOga trndevelopment i i relations with Germany. Including the question of "cessation < the state of war." M Schum.i. said no Isle or sgenda had ret b-en llxed nor had it been lettasM where the meeting would taki place He would be discusamg the mailer with British Secetary Ernctt Benin in Lon this week. —Renter Nehru In Calcutta On "Mission Of KMN" CALCUTTA, Mian I'IIIIU Mini-.i haiial Nehru arrivi I I study u\ in Wast Bengal it was authi i %  "mission nl peeei eommunal concord.' 1 rtw Prim will alsc endeavour to wake up popular morale In '.-v tha u-( Hindu mlnortt) (Pakistan^ wheoo refugees poured Into India lust niuntli. ilatory outbreaiu of communal ViOB been strongly BajRVdanl Government greet! Nehru m Bllence, rfieciinK popll-l illlXK orating plight uf the Hii it> in tinneisjsbevrlni sii\ie(> Thi& anxiety was aacsntuated No Intention Of Murder S4VS DR. SANDER MANCHKSI'li New Hampshire, Mau-h 6. Mennann Sander givin,; %  <; %  dence In Ml ilcfeiKv to-day sal*! killing Mrs. BorrotO." The 41M'ar-old country doctor on trial for the murder of ihe panear rtd tiled foi Alter a week entf talk by Prime Minister Clement AUK. Percy Stilhtoe. head of the CounI iigamaatioii M.l. vw uheck on ail key I i-Tj research centre ied. Absolut • i about the ; had been in.p. Bd Ittsh puin i r H.I. men are reM investigating Bt the importani [arm ataiAva and pois* i-entre at Porton, %  land. MUM Minattai AAtlee oaj tytiagg the nionun*! *.f IJI D.speak in Parliament this weak to eembac allay fear in some uuarters that patteat and thought measure* may be inade-, dead. Witti Ur Fuchs in prison, the i^ fnl-I me that may Bt the association through! whom he passed atomic information to the U.S S It It is believed the most illummklta of Fuchs' statement tot the po.-ce which were not disclosed at his trial are the subject! of further investigations. Some of Fuchk' former 11 BegweU dreed) been uuest*u: "It was m> opinion then thl I sue wa.s in a calm voice xactly what action 1 took. Soane'hlng snapped Why 1 ,lii it rJMUMN tcli It does not make ensc Defence counsel Italpli I Lagtsj dell asked "did you have any intention of killing Mrs Borrego' had any intention I I killing Mrs Borroto," i. d tutor.— \ nation %  begun toe (prisoned scientist —Ken lr r to-day by the fact that the Pakistan Government ha banned the exodus to India of ileeing refu\ '.< nl i .i | %  i.ong Calcutta's streets, small groups ol people Bheuiatl %  rable plight.'' Th> ^1'iml-iril (If I ivinf I %  -loM'Miult' To Kaisr %  through the Mindim i During big Pandit Nehiu will Minuntors of West Ben | %  nf Dr. Sitaram. Indian H missioner to Pakistan, who ha i* luded a tour of East Pakt .S. Missions Fr Il< Mill I MM %  IIINC HIN March ft. • the Pnpublif ni Hnndui the no\i i today. t up Mr lay by Use Mr. Dean %  taisador. Sen r Raefel — iHruler.) ALBANIA WITHDRAWS GENEVA. .V,areh 8. All sm i has withdrawn from (he World Health Organ! uas annoomci hieri ip in \htorganiI'.MIlI UCB (> Nelhei l the Unit*. %  aad on .. I-. %  iiative* of the four %  nig an Ustensivn pi.-jtti foe the areas. levment culls for denl Tourist Trade, the i p raining system. trade barriers to a rnim' of interI li.oispurtalion, indnsitlcatlon, the removal <>f discrimmaikni in sea and air • i the granting of scaol'iitmg of the project led upon. —Jteuler Britain Will Cut iJeffllCf \l;ni|Mu4-r 1AJNDC-N. Hu B lit. Ilulish Govcin:: (bj unced louiglit la a sUtemenl on lUQ Ihgl !l: |l it its defence BUBpOW itining year but oven will be nearly tZI.OOO.OOO higher > 1'istly for new cquipmcm Total defence estimates for 'MB—60 amount to £780.8^0.(KM. compared with 175B.860.00u U>*l yaar. This year's total include:. I cirly £35.00U.IH' meat and resenrch than In MB—60 It Is understoood that substani si quantities of this new equipi.aiuit are to meet Brltal r.iiimenu with Western Union. No drastic reoictions can h< made so long as the present un. ettled international jierslsts" the statement declarr>i It gave figures to shov. foulard strength will be i i 711400 by April this yenr und lo 6J?,000 by April IBM mor inan ioo.ooo below th. B vear ago. —ttoaW KASHMIR TALKS POSTPONED -:SS. March 6. A meeting of the Security Council planned for tornorr. Kashmir problem has been poetI poned until We dn es day Over 300.000 U.S. Coal Miners Return To Work N*nr YORK. Mar Lights flashed full m Y< rk tonight nacas burn into flames aga n Moat of the natMms 872.000 rtrikPreaident Truman HI pleaaad" bv the miners set*imeot of their mot lh*i in artaaaasg a new. more b n a ee%  raet. Seulemont of industr.al | ad business activity or. all fronts. RUSSIA'S SUBMARINES SERIOUS FACTOR WASHINGTON. Msnh Sherman il Naval '>i>#ratlons, inld in an Iniervirv to-day lhai %  strength we sarious faclor in the event of war, but would not stop the Humic outlook changed, i h 75£IL N-Vy tnm 1,nWn " wernight. ~!ihi brought to the brink of collaptike, was evpeetnc to return to In about 10 days. Big e| —eseort carriers. QW:T /ay^to fuel i patrol planes—edl the eiei ubnuuine forces wnul* u> be eg | i idnd very qaiiki) Tories Make Two Amendments LONDOH, March 6. ]£ING GEORGE the Sixth, opening Parliament to-day outlined only "a limited programme of legislation" for the present session But he said that should other measures prove to be immediately necessary "for the maintenance of full employment and the national well being my Ministers will not hesitate to submit them to Parliament, even though they seem likely to prove contentious." The Caaaai IBtll II Opposition tonichl madr a frontal attack on Ihc slender I'arliarm'iitnrv superiority ol Ihf Labour Government by movint tan iinendmenls lo Ihe speech front Ihe throne. The amendments, proposed hv Mr. Winston Churchill, head of the Conservative parts, ind other Opposition leaders could hrini; ahotii the fall of the government, if either was p.ivsru The amendments regretted (hat U tr n w-, atpa no reference >n the .IV. | rtMKirt'S TOT (address to the iron ami I .iiut thai nn innm ..rt^li.m 'resident! Amiol LONDON. M. riu' rYench tn-.v 1 B corridor 7:> den to Dover o" • rnst coast in readiness for th three-day visit %  Vincent Auno) and Madam%  The port of Ml Ihe capital have gone ga\ rltl U.nting flagr rlowers lor all th> pageainty of (( utate rch Mi3 when FremI'lesident Albert Lebrun who ok in Paris to-di^^ Palaee, lei vampireiof the jral An Force Fighter Com mani med over the coast to-day prac ^.ng their escort formation The WlH meet the French l IrroinaNclirj an e wl flying at 185 miles in ihr, groups of four ;ind accompany he lo Dover harbour There tnsn %  mbine Into one formation ens i Batata .is U %  %  aoi % %  The Dul half of King George and QUM-I Kliiaueth \ i: i bassadoi %  ih will go on boar* the Arioinanrhes lo welcome the I i"nch President and 11 #> on pae I Italy Threatened With Strike Wat* AQMI leesjiit) iiieu.-un*s ihrnngfiiiiii th< rounlrj In itlen The <; %  tend the Conununiehi srotdd trj to l,aly the piceeni irike> b i'ln Muni, r ol %  %  • ihootlnii on demonati The C .'(billet Is .ilso ex| 10 approve plan* lo of "land grabbing Ms peasants In souf italv. — Renter. u>. .ind that iu> more .• %  • leasuret* were mentioned to deal with tha houalng shortage. This move was considered B %  g that the Opuusilion would declare "total war" iinment on any mai l would throw in ^11 IU strength | .lbout the defeat Mtoistry Kina (ieurge's speech foreshaoowed a Government prone which soft-pedal* i %  tic issues likely to provoke the Conservatives to challenge Labour s slim majonu In world affairs, the speech reaffirmed Labour's support for the United Nations and linked II determination to "use utmost endeavours" to %  -emre international agreement mi the control of atomic energy. \expected, the s|>cech steered Of steel nationalisation. .innot operate before Oc'i:hough the act was passed • Parliament. triers braved. rising and packed van* snti earl) today to aee the Uament t niourtul %  olourful ceremony, uUh, m State coaches and a Sover. ischold Cavalr> In helmets and breastplates, aroused enthusiasm from the crowds, who them the biggest , when Guy i to nlow up the ...'! %  iwder I otite Irom Hucking4n the Msli .crowda, I i side of 'he Imaged themove to h coach which ttM event At the I ancaaf Guards, In aa on page S Paints by Lewis Berger 5c Sons, Ltd of London. 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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE U.U1M1, HABTTT ^* QcUtib Calling Uonan To Hoa H ON A. w R. Robertson, Financial Secretary. Mr. A A c-W. Economic Adviser and Mr Louts Spence. Comptroller of Customs, "11 of Trinidad arrived •nniUv bv B.W.I A lo ""end Ike Dealua:lon Talks which 1 Brooke, is on her wa> home Sha"tCfl Barbados on Sunday aftsjtssoon by B.W.I A., and arltl flv from there via P.A.A. to New York and London She plans to stay • law days ,n New York, especially to see the publishers of her new book. •Now My Heart's Mended The Ranee has made many friends In Barbadoa. and thay have all fallen in love with her. She has been here on a holiday tlaylnl with Mr. and Mrs ssfcsaards Vsdmer at their home in Rockley Mrs Vldmer Is the PaneeN daughter. __ Shortly before she left. Lady Brooke told Carib that she hopes to return again next year Oa Their Honeymoon M R R L. TOWNE. an American who has been nela for two and a half years la D engineer with Creole Petrocum Corporation. He returned to Caracas yesterday bv B.W.I.A.. .cccnipanled by his wife They were on their honeymoon and spent nine days at the Crane Hotel. % %  Trinidadians Go Mad A FTER two weeks' holiday iri Trinidad Miss Hazel Carrirrton returned on FridnB W I.A. and is now back ..' work. She was staying with Mr and Mrs. E. Johnston at Dlcgo Martin and was there for Cam On these two days she say j liana go abso'utely mad Favourite Holiday Resort D AHBADOS is a favourite holiLong Or Short Hair?—It May Be Up To The Men l SiiHiin llrae-nti i 1 H 1*1' 1 •1-1 LT j ^r-' H-H 1 us. WWO*"'** %  *""• %  "-•**" IIKKP v WasMva WnplKIS fag) ALLty 'bcm SM m uuvsrk f frmch tnguged T HE ENGAOEMENT was announced over the week-en.i between Dr. Kenneth Nicholls and Miss Jean Bovell. daughtiI j I Mrs. Harry Bovell of Bntlons Hiil HON J si i "AVDI.F.It. M.L.C., shows I/ircl M.il'ton tli at the Races on Saturday. Cn W.I. Holiday I< PCTB2. LACY W %  n-ei Mi R. A. Budd who Grenada ... H W f A Mr Budd. and, .8 on a West Indian holiday and wm in f.ari week* ago !! staying at Mr Lacj %  Court,' Si John. M ^iTyJ^F r^U?d. n "REPORTS on n W ha, y*s The ^'^^TS^ZS^ -r~cn.at.vc of the Dunlop Rubbtrom PM-U, London, and New seem* "JT^^J* !" } $£ nwY^J^^t d liy,Z MEW Y0-a7s that we sh.1! b %!TSlS^ -, cannot undcrM' the OcJaniVtew Hotel be cutting our hair shorter than und how we can copy the line Mr Gellard regrets that hi? ever. Models favour the "Craw of their clothes, but ignore the vialt will be a very short one. Cat," which is cut in a close shin^^ r, he intends to return foi (tie at the back, but softer al ttv> „--,— .J -T.it three weeks in April anil w.ll tie front than Ihe old Eton Crop They do not ^^ *"* %  accompanied by his family. PARIS-where the hair styles unlike French women, we do not He was last in Barbados early are dictated mainly by the fashion lead restaurant lives,and in 1949 and has Just returned from ;! Ladies Staying With Her Daughter V|RS. C. six months' visit to Englan' where he was very encouraged by the progress he observed since hewas last there in 1945 A Short Holiday Tl^ISS Theresa Gomez, daughte t arrived yesterday froi dad is here for a month's holiday I ADIES. when you are preaentand ls stay i ng wltn Mr and Mrs. • ed lv the Earl and Countess j. Adamlra at Coral of AMdhe. you will have to Worthing. Mrs. Adamlra Is Mrs. curtsey "to each of them. de Pazos' daughter. houses says that we shall be wear exhotic exaggerated clothes si-owing our hair again this season our menfolk consider that we look Mo*t attractive of the new styles ill-bred. We are happiest no4 in IS the heart-shaped cut Curls are trailing chiffon or blanket tweeds. oriished back before curling on the but in plain well-cut English forehead, giving a heart-shaped tailor-mades. "XoKDON-iays that hair will Brighter Bathers of Mr" and Mrt."cfl"G^rne7 be shorter than it was last season „ u time ^^ WM enterprisf Port-of-Spain, is in Barbados It will be short, but net sningiM int manufacturer designed a more for a short holiday and Is staying I think that women who had %  laner i ng bathing cap than the Humshort cut will start growine i ^.tractive skull-hufging ^P again. Women will try anything wC are yjuaiiy offered, for a change—but not for long y ou ctn eas ily pick out an The deciding factor in thi< Long E-miijhwoman on a foreign beach v Short hair battle is thai men bv lne {>ee i ed onion effect of her mainly do not like very short balhing ctp hair, especially with evenin K From New York y^^ seen dVMa. sketches of two delightful caps. One in thin white rubber, strapless and waterproof, has huge I was horrified to read that pink blown roses breaking the Paulette Goddard had arrived in ugly head line. who v.ith Mr. and Mrs. J. C Triniphrey For The Navy A MONG the many activities arranged for the entertainment of the men of H M S G'aspmr, which arrives today are twd dances scheduled for tonight, one at the Y.M.P.C and the other at the Aquatic Cub Baby Lamb ire fixed for Crtcktt, football, hockey and pritain wearing a coat made from unborn baby lamb ... vary rare akta." Popular belief is that the skin poll matches tomorrow. The other is covered with dozen rubber buds. French women bathing in the In Honour Of A DINNER PARTY was held at the Barbados Aquatic Club on Saturday night in honour of Mr. Roy Marshall who will shortly be leaving for England with the West Indies cricket team. Among those at the partv were Mr Roy Marshall. Mr. William Yearwood, Mr. Trevor Yearwood, Mr. David (Perry) Evelyn. Mr. Hal Cole. Mr. Nick Parravicino. rt ZT£J*£ l tJ£? Z n^eMediterranean tie up their hair 15 P bt ^^. b >:. .l r ,n ?_.? e ,.^ rC in a cotton scarf and manage to .jture birth of the lamb, but a furrter tells me that this is untrue It is the skin of a stillborn baby lamb. If the lamb had lived for a few weeks the skin would have been sold as Persian lamb. emerge without damp end. so much as a Born, Not Made Evening Net Short THIS was Just one of the many "ultra-modern" hats which were seen in the Grand Stand of the Barbados Turf Club on Saturday at the Races. Mr Alex Jemmott. After a lovely dinner and "none had toasted everyone i-lses health etc, the party left f.r the Pickwick dance at the Crane Hotel Incidentally, two members of the party were holders of the From my mail bag il seems that many girls leaving school hanker to become mannequins. It is possible to get three weeks' model .. ._._ _.— training in London for 20 to 31 ft*-akirtti .fining ^.^J ^ ^ wMte o( moncy n, net made wishing to become models can learn more by work'Very F.nglish' -"S ln a B wn ^P for a cou l jlc ol A mannequin walked into a vr %  rowded Paris salon. Down to her Foster. Mr. Trevor Da vies and l ^ tsk rts ot P rinled net in ParU Young glrU wi recently. ft WHer UMT* ll. ,. crian thtr' oon* ... 6 Sttir aiufld. Bui children .: %  ihtip ^ca CIMT. i* 1 M. snoot in apawnoroseri anop. j*> 10 Of wist ciaas tn mlUiinaid hu. 11 Tou m*f %  •• •onie of tam cloto. (Si 1*. Cut in toe iop. 14, s paintajiin tri* cmtp m ma.** lUa> Of thl* DOttaC. io> 1. Wln-n th moogTSl alnd n Uiu be w% in good company <6) W Someumea sapt. iomatimts Mtn. u. More 'oluOit tbsn sincere. (*> 24. M'UUi*. (41 .4 O'.en* an? F.aewirett love* to get DolA of. (J) M Supplier • epeclsl 11 n tr outer. <1 Dunn . Msnj people ftavs vur-fag it. (0) a A friendly Ioraln*r S pisb family, il) tedy *ori or rrauow. i 4. 3citt*!ed to aid crops? i8| fi A.so in the tool shad. *' %  !' 9 Ut'i hn-e a bit of a blow. l tetrein us. (ii 1 Poueaaive proDoua. (3) 9 Part of the pious*. tS) :;i Tie !B-ae*^ pearl In tha m*A AOI ATM CLIB CWEMA^,, TO-NIGHT (TUE8.) A THUB8. M G HT a^ %  BUTCHERS Present "* Leslie BROOK^Jlmmy HANLEY—Dinah SHFDm -FOR YOII ALONE" "** ] A Tender Love Story with the music of ALRFIM. and hU Orchestra with HELEN HIL4, M^ T*?*"" 1 ** Symphony Orchestra. Soloist uvrirst .il* laaaj :akeii from bare. (. nrat Qaa uouskasj aasfe 18 tmpub.rs, could be. 'Mrmt baa ~d-um. (5) IB Need* more loan ue tnia aa:a. t* ... s. past WfTnoli. 12: *ap %  . Me#rt .aoS"': ?* Jg£L.ii Drj: :s. TB: IS. pyasajuasi 35. De? >~ Pre*H: 88. ••• il Down fLmii : Prr; 2 Moo.; S. ISja MT PV/V.V-V, $ HOYAL (Worthhgs) To-night Thursday Night at 8.30 p.m. Repuolie Pictures presents ; Constance MOORE. William MARSHALL EARL CARROLL SKETCH BOOK BUI GOODWIN Johnny COY Songs Splendour Comedy Romance Most useful measurements are,: Attended Installation M iUBaUR D OV.ueu idiis MIUII. i*w>..s n. ..• o.-j %  Hunt *HaitnS lucky two were Mr. Perry Evelyn said "An English Lady" . and • a *nd Mr Trevor Yearwood. appreciative titters came from the gtsBSBBBBBj Mix two cups of x,%  f*s rx '' K! Unn 5 M ar rin2 d And hC tinned grape juice with (wo cups Visited Their Daughter %  %  ' h,, l nattering. of ginKer ale Add lne juiC€ of M R R M. JONKS. Managuu The outfit was VtTJ Finish whole lemon. Set with unflavourDirector of R M. Jones and Gaitfc It was in our ed gelatine, in a ring mould with Commissioners Return C OL ERIC JAMES I tendent of Police. St Luci.. Ll Co:. J R. A Branch, Commissioner of Police Leeward — _. _. ... .... ___... %  .„... ...... .. .. — — Htlands. reiu;: unned Co., Ltd. and Mrs. Jones refavourite fawn (the French call a hole in the centre. Turn out day -by B W.I A They had fro-i Jama.ca on net! from Trujillo by it cafe-au-lait). when set and fill centre witn ar.erislW. the Conference of Comby B W I A He had aiteum-i B W.I.A. over the week-end ool and colourless, 'ru't. missiOffbrs of Police in the CarU Pi ncess Alice after paying a visit to their sonWell-bted but dull. —L.E.8. ibbean area which ended at as Chancellor traity ln-law and daughter Mr nm. Hastings House last Mrs Earl Heimpel. K.MPIHK No SHOW to-nitht Last show WED. NIGHT at 9.15 i-m. Republic presents THE RED MENACE Robert ROCKWELL Harms AXMAN —Betty Lou GEKSON—Barbara FL"U.ER mipert ana me taravan— ou " ""^ Loud ko. il, louder I erienced critic who sai i §tl i\ t there is nothing to A u gcll ,, And blo r i doors. bered at •' %  '. .' sasia ui i it Munciaiii the tiiast. %  U'lien the runimanda hci The classical move is to bend down, untie someone's sh'-t and then lit them lo • i ajBara, The fun of waiting f >'>u to forget the me rot .ii the stage. Antake them o(T and throw ajf shoulder. If there is a lady in front of you, on her back Tony If ihe turns you are al war! don me. 1 was removing a beetle jr back Ah. hi re's an.. Another game is to offer part of a singer can your i.t i 8mgci tiff Amanda s boti Well may j,->u ask, hoir u'r uith SotM appals. Loud uri-an (he Idiioes of the I pit. Twenty Yean. Of I'pruar A quite right I ngi iioui gaatura on UM %  ihould not l!y Beachcomber O'Hanlon from Thurles) sometimes rubbed the back of her hand under her chin during a high note. The silliest mannerisms I ev < Mail ion I-atretelle's In "Louise", she used to gm> teeth at the audience and ap hideously before and after a sp.il of aingmg. While singing DepuK le Jotar . hhe would haul on an imaginary rope. On The Bus OU never know where rail are. do you?" said the conductor. "It wouldn't get me anywhere il 1 dad." replied the passenger. 'Then why didn't you St..;. where you were ?" "According to you. I wouldn't know I was there, if I did." All Our Problems Ian lie Solved "Ya 1 Rupert pauses nervously. Thaa he realiiei thai he and Beppo hive noi been seen. Further along ihs deck tome light u coating treat below, and, creeping nealih.lv forward, he tecs that the Ml monkev has also been attracted by \U As silently as he un he moves to torn beppo, and tindt himtel! pwarmg down into a large cabfn. In the middle is a strong table, and Handing by u is ths figure al the pirale. As he waithea. Hod-,. takes somcihing oui ol h.i grecoat pocket ana Man*, to pull torn.thing trom il. "That mjibr Sailor Sam'i wallei." breathei Rupert. Thai's the aecret oi ih* luahen ireasure I" 'T^IIK speedsnlpe who announce the other day that he loo forward to the time when molm .'hat 11 you give me on scratch her ear or press the ball UUS 7 Or you can take your of her thumb against ihe base of braces off and tie your neighixmi's her nostrils until the song is i foot to the leg of his stai trauini had an astonishing halm cars would go as fast as aircrat out your neighbours hat. lifting \„ i let! root and pawla evidently a leader of conten.hls nose on it. saying, tng the ground like g horse, and porary thought. What more coul I You ve caught my tnl.t p^n, (w ho aj raally Patricia one desire ? (iood Alone CROWN (.IM.Ii: BEER iimni (r a Shanil\ IMPORTANT The Show scheduled for TO-NIGHT and TO-MORROW NIGHT at Empire Theatre by Professor Norlce De La Roche has been CANCELLED HOW NO SHOW TO-NIGHT Last Show Wednesday Niihl at 7.30 p.m. 20th C-Fox presents Richard CONTE Valentina CORTESA THIEVES HIGHWAY Lee J. COBB Barbara LAWRENCE OLYMPIC Last Show lo-niiht al p.m. Republic Smashing Double Janet MARTIN William WRIGHT I KING of GAMBLERS lIOMr.Mr.ADr.KS ot PAKA11ISK VALLEY" LAN! .. RED RYDER BOBBY IU.AKK -*v//.v,w.v 1.1 \l \{\ ET SOAPS SPEND a little RAYON BROCADE 36 ins. Peach, Blue. Pink, I -in..!.. White Ml ill rlM. A beautiful range of deIi liilul colours. and SAVE A LOT! by buying these Special Oiier Lines MFiam. mntaa • • LINUS^ aLusM>M # • inttnii\iHf I EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL 4606 DIAL 4220 Your selling aKent for AVKM I Ml s s SHOES al SI 1.10 a pair "It will pay you to buy quality always!" HIGHTONE PRINTS in Bright Plaids and Flowers 3 ins. wide at TO rl.. Just opened—and ready lor you All prices advertised an B.W.I. dollars. Choose a HERCULES BICYCLE and MAKE Cycling a Pleasure We can otter CENTS, LADIES and the POPULAR SPORTS MODEL Also %  Cycle Lights, I.OCKS, Polishing Cloths. Oil Cans, and Lubricating Oil. THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED JUST RECEIVED Bots Tins HEINZ Spaghetti %  Tomato Sauce (with Cheese Baked Beans. Salad Cream. Mayonatse. Sandwich Spread Vegetable So i Oxtail Soup. Strawberries. Pears. The Governing Director and the Management of the GLOBE WELCOME di.H.di. fiAinaiM Oiks. AND JAe £wd og athbns in honour of this fa la fioyal UM There will be no Show TO-NIGHT § As a supplement to your normal diet use... COW & GATE MALTED MILK This preparation contains :— RICH CREAMY MILK. MALTED BAMJV rf WHEAT along with VITAMIN D. | The Ideal Malted Milk for growing children, in!e and adults. Retail Price 90c.-Mb. Tin Obtainable at BOOKER'S IBOOS) DRUG STORES LID. Broad Street sad UaaUeia IALPBA PBAHsWt £eauii#ul. . $HVBJW)(M at ftsa&jjnable Teaspoons Coffee Spoons Fruit Spoons Cake Diabes Batter Dishes Entree Dishes Sugar Bowie Marmalade. Tout and Butter Sets WT All at Very Beasooahle "*•__ PLANTATIONS oakle '•— LIMIT?


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Title: The Barbados advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
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Publication Date: Tuesday, March 07, 1950
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Barbaioa
toocate
Pri.
FIVK CBNT9
Year S3.
King's Speech Soft Pedals Domestic Issues
No Nationalisation
Before January, 1951
Says Clement Attlee
LONDON, March
pRIMK MINISTER I LEMENT 1TTLBE .Wtami i ,h.
I House of Commons to-day thai whl...... .... ,. ,.
labour Govern..... purpose lo uttoaauM ihe su-rl in-
t&rs "here is noUiing lo be dour in ihc matter immrdiatc-
' Replvini; lo Mr. Inlhony Id.,,. pl|M< Opposition
u^er. who had .l.-cl.ii,,! ihm ihc eh-rtnrate had decided
gtfoM further nattonallkaUon meaanrM, iiicludiui! naiion-
jliMii.m ol steal Mr. Attica pointed out thai an act lo
pjaauuW steel was already on the Statarta Book The
0(1 corporation 'o run Ihc indllslrv could not be appointed
n,i| October I. 1950. and the earliest dale (or nalionalisa-
tiaii was January 1931.
* ..Am'd lou : theers.
1" declared: "Thci e u
I nothing to bo done in the nutter
immediately inn thai statute is on
lar purpose
I to acts passed bv
ant"
I the Government
ntinue to run the coun-
ts in the same spirit and on Ihc
MM niinciples as during the last
four and a half years.
On ihc release of sterling bal-
ances held by countries in the
Middle East and Asia. Mr. Attlte
Mid: "Any ideu of repudiating
them straightaway is quite
wrong."
Mr. Eden interrupted to say.
never said anything remotely
Cube Speaks
lith Jamaica
Cane Cutter
0u> 0" correspondent i
LONDON. March 6.
1 -] fm in every ideal home"
acurved the two fc I tl I
^bmwo Mr. Cube at the tdi ul
Bj- Exhibition. officially open-
Mi it 0.
Bspisc1
Ho
bbltior:
HKt. anu
i to-morrow.
is travelled tkS from
lue sugar wrappers.
Tisell heard at the
deep booming
llmshes by singing I
nda on 18-inch
ifjixcr legs an In .i command-
aipCd:'.- II.
rr sugar stand, called "Food
fgsB The Sun
Ms of . : it the antrana
^Hbbbb bore j
rime ujia L>le". Upon
B tsr rece.vci.
iHtdonto Ihe small ireeii, ami
Ik recorded voice *puki-
ar. "Since 183H your sugar has
tan limited. Britain's
loord thetnsclve? ui, the
dat?, and 1 believe altt
Satrounu the Ha .. n ague
a: t. claim Com-
(tttois spoke up from live

]gana cube making wen
Twelve Uirls
wM girls from Liverpool, 20
|BB London, aim a uuiil
MM spcc:ai.
He" stand. They nave oem
anr. i
an
kb
,likc repudiating the balances.
Mr. Altlee replied: "I ;iRree,
Ll a nood deal of loose
talk about them
thing that had
today described
. a
unfortun-
ate Incident" and '>k 'full re-

Britain
use of!
Commons that thr Security Ser- '
il mauun for the ISM
: Com- '
mi ssun ;
wmni -puM up iruiii live ,.
SBU screens, set a interval* Ililailillr Mortulih
ajjntbe wall. Five Manes renn-
In Ceylon <)2
Per Thousand
Medical Health Officer cf the
nd good Guven.mt ,. has left
are keeping up ,iad ^p
Ion for every C
ill oi gran ,,1,1 wei_
am
rV
aM f
UK ..
nor*
SBbK'r
irked sugar
km or for expi
: p the
tons of sugar over
aBritii.
[. ilth Or-
ii London
months to maKi
aid that
i primarily rnati

rant:* He ex*, e mor-.
Child birth in Ceylon j
I and that 321
. .
a-.:.
B>. who told
m :h<
Wicr
I an Mr ci,
If* it-mi Ni,'
sue from
but his [ace u
. and hps ni
^kahaUon n the sounds.
* uses one of hii
^^^Bctan

n i
fi souufl

lua to low
had s lot to do
i -i to raise

nts. Dr.
(By CaW' 11tended
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
a. t planned
8Sla WalkS Out -ealer.
tab, p, POP. (i SUPPtKS
e "Iked out today (i...... V CITY. Mai
S, the
i Bmeraancj Fund
. hlldran wh 1 irims Id
Rcatar.
...
BP" "ationall
Renter.
IOUA J
ARRtVi
ROYAL
VISIT
TO-DA Y
No vRhieie r pedestrian
will be allowed to paw
through or remain In Trafal-
gar Square between 4 p.m.
and 5.30 p.m. to-day. This
i* due to ihe arrival of
H.R.II. Prinreas Alice and
the Rl. Hon. U..- Karl at
Athlonr. h (..
The Royal party arrive by
Ihe II.M.S. (JlasgoM and will
be brought aahore at a p.ra.
by ili< Lord (ombermere,
HK Kxrelleticy the Governor
and Mrs. Savage and the'
Governor'*! AJMXl |||
off to aseot taw Royal party
(ind .i Mirnpint (hem aahore.
A cuard of honoar furn-
ished by (he Barbados Kri-
asea( and under the com-
mand of C'oloael Mirhelln.
CommandaiU of Local fr'orrea
will be drawn up In Trafal-
gar Square and will present
arms to the Roval part).
Prunes* Alice will inapert
the (auard and after this (be
follouinc will be prevented
to Her Rayal Illihnew and
(he Karl HBB Lordship (he
Hi.in.j. IIU Honour th. \t t
lag Chief Juattee and Mm.
Taylor, Meroben ol (he E*a-
rutlve Coancil and their
wives, Memben of the Exe-
cutive t'ammlllee and their
wive*. IIU Honour the
Speaker and Mrv Huaband*.
Mr. and Mr*. J. H. w uk.i.
sou. the Dean and Mrs.
Huh ltni-.Mii
The party will (hen mo(or
to Government House by
W) af Trafalcar Streei. si.
Michael's Raw, CeauOlludoa
Road and Relmont Road
An -Mtiti.il Dimirr party
will be given a( (iovernmrnl
Houae (ni> eventm ind Ihe
Police Baud will be in at-
(end a nee.
To-morrow (he ftoyad
part> will vt\lt Krdivton Col-
lege and Harrison Collrfe,
There will be a luncheon
party *l Government House
In the afternoon lo meet
repreaentadve* of charitable
organisation* and at 4
o'clock In (he .if(cmoon
Ibatd will be a Garden Part*
.i( dm rniiiif-ui Houae f4*
more than live hundred and
Oft > cue*b..
Tilt RT. HON IIIK KARL 4)1 1THLONI
Screening Of Atom Secret
Projects More Intensive
LONDON, March 6.
Security police today began the most intensive screemnij oil**1
sdenttnts worteing nn top Mcret atomi
N.A. Chiefs
Meet This
Month
IN EUROPE
WASHINGTON. March .
'o. mc*:in of ihe C ,
Staff of the No th
m uiti be- held thi.
m BosM It w learned luthoffl
The meeting ! the Chiefs C
naa w-iii be u.nn*ed bq
I 'h.-.i Ue/fenco MM B
" April isi nd late
.: weeto ..
A.mnuc Council m Foreign Mln
stcrs, officials said.
M omcials >aid no agend
a fixed for the Nort;
tic Couatl] Meeting, but I
UdBB piaca la London o
asm capital.
"* l>oa.ble the Foreigi
ight discuss the ex
M-iniK inaehmerA
cocadurea f the North At-
rreaty organisauon u
..length.. the .Tonoiiin
pal ties between the posren
Hut the ..iflciab emphasisec
(that Ihe implementation of thai
4 (he treaty would require
preparation and the North
tie Powers might not Dt
to discuss this by April
II is expected here that the
French nd
, Slate* Foreign Ministers will
I meet in Europe m April or May.
ould coincide with (he
i leeting uf the North Atlantic
, 1 oreign Ministers.
Ma Truth
I A Si mt spokesman.
Michiii'l MeDermotv. io-da\
i Lined I'uns reports that the
Mrntttr-
v.ould meet on April 12 in Lon-
don "There i>. ne truth mi it. no
1 .en fixed,
he said.
The Foreign Mi:
Schuman b
on Id discuss amomt
Ikeni OdOga trn- development i i
relations with Germany. Includ-
ing the question of "cessation <
the state of war." M Schum.i.
said no Isle or sgenda had ret
b-en llxed nor had it been lettasM
where the meeting would taki
place
He would be discusamg the
mailer with British
Secetary Ernctt Benin in Lon
this week. Renter
Nehru In Calcutta
On "Mission
Of Kmn"
CALCUTTA,
Mian I'iiiiu Mini-.i
haiial Nehru arrivi
I I
study u\ in Wast
Bengal it was authi i

"mission nl peeei
, eommunal concord.'
1 rtw Prim will alsc
endeavour to wake up popular
morale In
'.-v tha u-(
Hindu mlnortt)
(Pakistan^ wheoo
refugees poured Into India lust
niuntli.
ilatory out-
breaiu of communal ViOB
been strongly BajRVdanl
Government greet!
Nehru m Bllence, rfieciinK pop-
ll-l illlXK
orating plight uf the Hii
it> in tin- neisjsbevrlni
sii\ie(>
Thi& anxiety was aacsntuated
No Intention
Of Murder
S4VS DR. SANDER
MANCHKSI'li
New Hampshire, Mau-h 6.
Mennann Sander givin,; <;
dence In Ml ilcfeiKv to-day sal*!
killing Mrs. BorrotO." The 41-
M'ar-old country doctor on trial
for the murder of ihe panear rtd
tiled foi
Alter a week entf talk by Prime
Minister Clement AUK.
Percy Stilhtoe. head of the Coun-
I iigamaatioii M.l.
vw uheck on ail key
I i-Tj research centre
ied. Absolut i
about the ; had been
in.p. Bd
Ittsh puin i
r H.I. men are re-
M investigating Bt the
importani [arm ataiAva and pois*
i-entre at Porton,

land.
Mum Minattai AAtlee oaj tytiagg the nionun*! *.f Iji D.-
speak in Parliament this weak to eembac -
allay fear in some uuarters that patteat and thought
measure* may be inade-, dead.
Witti Ur Fuchs in prison, the
i^ fnl-I
me that may
Bt the association through!
whom he passed atomic informa-
tion to the U.S S It
It is believed the most illumm-
klta of Fuchs' statement tot
the po.-ce which were not dis-
closed at his trial are the subject!
of further investigations.
Some of Fuchk' former 11
BegweU
dreed) been uuest*u:
"It was m> opinion then thl I
sue wa.s
in a calm voice '
xactly what action 1 took. Soane-
'hlng snapped Why 1 ,lii it !
rJMUMN tcli It does not make
ensc '
Defence counsel Italpli I Lagtsj
dell asked "did you have any in-
tention of killing Mrs Borrego'
had any intention I I
killing Mrs Borroto," i.
d tutor.
\ nation
begun toe
(prisoned scientist
Ken lr r
to-day by the fact that the Pakis-
tan Government ha banned the
exodus to India of ileeing refu-
\ '.< nl i .i | i.ong Cal-
cutta's streets, small groups ol
people Bheuiatl
rable
plight.'' Th> ^1'iml-iril (If I ivinf
I
-loM'Miult' To Kaisr

, through the
Mindim i
During big
Pandit Nehiu will .
Minuntors of West Ben |

nf Dr. Sitaram. Indian H
missioner to Pakistan, who ha
i* luded a tour of East Pak-
t .S. Missions
Fr Il< Mill I MM -
iiinc hin March ft.

the Pnpublif ni Hnndui
the no\i
i today.
t up Mr
lay by Use
Mr. Dean

taisador. Sen r Raefel
iHruler.)
ALBANIA WITHDRAWS
GENEVA. .V,areh 8.
All sm i has withdrawn from
(he World Health Organ!
uas annoomci hieri
ip in \ht- organi-
I'.MIl- I
UCB (>
- Nelhei -
l the Unit*.
aad on .. I-.

iiative* of the four
nig an Ustensivn
pi.-jtti foe the areas.
levment culls for de-
nl Tourist Trade, the
i p
raining system.
trade barriers to a rnim-
' of inter-
I li.oispurtalion, indns-
itlcatlon, the removal
<>f discrimmaikni in sea and air
i the granting of scaol-
'iitmg of the project
led upon.
Jteuler
Britain Will Cut
iJeffllCf \l;ni|Mu4-r
1AJNDC-N. Hu B
lit. Ilulish Govcin::
(bj unced louiglit la a sUtemenl on
lUQ Ihgl !l: |l
it its defence BUBpOW
itining year but oven
will be nearly tZI.OOO.OOO higher
> 1'istly for new cquipmcm
Total defence estimates for
'MB60 amount to 780.8^0.(KM.
compared with 175B.860.00u U>*l
yaar. This year's total include:.
I cirly 35.00U.IH'
meat and resenrch than In
MB60
It Is understoood that substan-
i si quantities of this new equip-
i.aiuit are to meet Brltal
r.iiimenu with Western Union.
No drastic reoictions can h<
made so long as the present un-
. ettled international
jierslsts" the statement declarr>i
It gave figures to shov.
foulard strength will be
i i 711400 by April this yenr und
lo 6J?,000 by April IBM mor
inan ioo.ooo below th.
b vear ago. ttoaW
KASHMIR TALKS
POSTPONED
-:SS. March 6.
A meeting of the Security Coun-
cil planned for tornorr.
Kashmir problem has been poet-
I poned until Wednesday
Over 300.000 U.S. Coal
Miners Return To Work
N*nr YORK. Mar
Lights flashed full m
Y< rk tonight
nacas burn into flames aga n
Moat of the natMms 872.000 rtrik-
Preaident Truman hI
' pleaaad" bv the miners set*i-
meot of their mot lh*i
in artaaaasg a new. more bnaee-
raet.
Seulemont of
industr.al | ad
business activity or. all fronts.
RUSSIA'S SUBMARINES
SERIOUS FACTOR
WASHINGTON. Msnh
Sherman
il Naval
'>i>#ratlons, inld in an Iniervirv
to-day lhai
strength we
sarious faclor in the event of
war, but would not stop the
Humic outlook changed, ih75ILN-Vy tnm 1,nWn* "
wernight. ~!ihi
. brought to the brink
of collap- tike, was
evpeetnc to return to
In about 10 days.
Big ters.
TV* pnaatr learned that
saddens wore oi

:l.g.
'We have not as much agdi-
-iibmarlne strength ,v .
like so have." Admiral Sherman
said.
'in the event of an emergencv.
ne#d additional anti-
SUlll.
>e| eseort carriers. qW:t
/ay^to fuel i patrol planesedl the eiei
- ubnuuine forces wnul*
u> be eg|iidnd very qaiiki)
Tories Make Two
Amendments
LONDOH, March 6.
]ING GEORGE the Sixth, opening Parliament
to-day outlined only "a limited programme of
legislation" for the present session
But he said that should other measures prove to be
immediately necessary "for the maintenance of full
employment and the national well being my Minis-
ters will not hesitate to submit them to Parliament,
even though they seem likely to prove contentious."
The Caaaai IBtll II Opposition tonichl madr a frontal attack
on Ihc slender I'arliarm'iitnrv superiority ol Ihf Labour
Government by movint tan iinendmenls lo Ihe speech
front Ihe throne.
The amendments, proposed hv Mr. Winston Churchill, head
of the Conservative parts, ind other Opposition leaders
could hrini; ahotii the fall of the government, if either was
p.ivsru
The amendments regretted (hat
Utr n w-, atpa no reference >n the
.IV. | rtMKirt'S TOT (address to the iron ami
I .iiut thai nn innm ..rt^li.m
'resident! Amiol
LONDON. M.
riu' rYench tn-.v1
B corridor 7:>
den to Dover o"
rnst coast in readiness for th
three-day visit.
Vincent Auno) and Madam-

The port of Ml
Ihe capital have gone ga\ rltl
U.nting flagr rlowers lor all th>
pageainty of (( utate
rch Mi3 when Frem-
I'lesident Albert Lebrun who ok
in Paris to-di^^
Palaee,
lei vampirei- of the
jral An Force Fighter Com man-
i med over the coast to-day prac
' ^.ng their escort formation The
WlH meet the French l
IrroinaNclirj
' anewl flying at 185 miles in ihr,
groups of four ;ind accompany he
lo Dover harbour There tnsn
mbine Into one formation ens
i Batata .is U
aoi
The Dul
half of King George and Qum-i
Kliiaueth \ i: i bassadoi
ih will go on boar*
the Arioinanrhes lo welcome the
I i"nch President and 11
#> on pae I
Italy Threatened
With Strike Wat*
AQMI
leesjiit) iiieu.-un*s ihrnngfiiiiii th<
rounlrj In
itlen
The <; tend the
Conununiehi srotdd trj
to l,aly the piceeni
irike> b
i'ln Muni, r ol



ihootlnii on demonati
The C .'(billet Is .ilso ex|
10 approve plan* lo
of "land grabbing
Ms peasants In souf
italv.
________ Renter.
. u>. .ind that iu> more .
leasuret* were mentioned to deal
with tha houalng shortage.
This move was considered B
g that the Opuusilion would
declare "total war"
iinment on any mai l
would throw in ^11 IU strength
| .lbout the defeat
Mtoistry
Kina (ieurge's speech fore-
shaoowed a Government pro-
ne which soft-pedal*
i tic issues likely to provoke
the Conservatives to challenge
Labour s slim majonu
In world affairs, the speech
reaffirmed Labour's support for
the United Nations and linked
II determination to "use
utmost endeavours" to
-emre international agreement
mi the control of atomic energy.
\- expected, the s|>cech steered
Of steel nationalisation.
.innot operate before Oc-
'i:hough the act was passed
Parliament.
triers braved.
rising and packed van*
snti earl) today to aee the
Uament
t niourtul
olourful ceremony, uUh,
m State coaches and a Sover.
' ischold Cavalr> In
helmets and breastplates, aroused
enthusiasm from the crowds, who
them the biggest
, The King und Queen make ut-
4her item drive through London
nay meet the
<' Bident auu M.
MiMul. \Kt\" arrive for a three-
day stay as their guests.
All tl dances
waa there for
I opening of
oent today.


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PACE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
U.U1M1, HAbTTT
^*
QcUtib Calling
Uonan To Hoa
HON A. w R. Robertson, Fin-
ancial Secretary. Mr. A A
c-W. Economic Adviser and
Mr Louts Spence. Comptroller of
Customs, "11 of Trinidad arrived
nniUv bv B.W.I A lo ""end
Ike Dealua:lon Talks which
morning.
Hon* Bobertson and Mr Snen-
fteld art. slaying it the Mann-
Hole* end Mr Spence U
guest al the Hastings Hotel
AIM arriving for the Devalua-
tion Talk! yes'eidaywas Mr A.
M Madeed-Smlth. Financial and
Economic Advlaer of the Wind-
ward Islands He arrived from
Grenada nd was accompanied by
his wif.
Tt Ranee Ha. Left
Tj: RANEE of Sarawak. Lad>
1 Brooke, is on her wa> home
Sha"tCfl Barbados on Sunday
aftsjtssoon by B.W.I A., and arltl
flv from there via P.A.A. to New
York and London
She plans to stay law days
,n New York, especially to see the
publishers of her new book.
Now My Heart's Mended
The Ranee has made many
friends In Barbadoa. and thay
have all fallen in love with her.
She has been here on a holiday
tlaylnl with Mr. and Mrs ssfcsa-
ards Vsdmer at their home in
Rockley Mrs Vldmer Is the
PaneeN daughter. __
Shortly before she left. Lady
Brooke told Carib that she hopes
to return again next year
Oa Their Honeymoon
MR R L. TOWNE. an Ameri-
can who has been
nela for two and a half years la
D engineer with Creole Petro-
cum Corporation. He returned to
Caracas yesterday bv B.W.I.A..
.cccnipanled by his wife
They were on their honeymoon
and spent nine days at the Crane
Hotel.

Trinidadians Go Mad !
AFTER two weeks' holiday iri
Trinidad Miss Hazel Carrirr-
ton returned on Fridn-
B W I.A. and is now back ..'
work. She was staying with Mr
and Mrs. E. Johnston at Dlcgo
Martin and was there for Cam -
On these two days she say j
. liana go abso'utely mad
Favourite Holiday Resort
D AHBADOS is a favourite holi-
Long Or Short Hair?It May
Be Up To The Men
l SiiHiin llrae-nti
i 1 H 1*1' 1
1-1 LT j
^r-' H-H
1 ,

us. WWO*"'** "*"" "-**"
iikkp v
WasMva WnplKIS fag)
ALLty
'b- cm sm m uuvsrk f
frmch
tnguged
THE ENGAOEMENT was an-
nounced over the week-en.i
between Dr. Kenneth Nicholls and
Miss Jean Bovell. daughtiI j I
Mrs. Harry Bovell of Bntlons Hiil
HON J si i "AVDI.F.It. M.L.C.,
shows I/ircl M.il'ton tli
at the
Races on Saturday.
Cn W.I. Holiday
I< PCTB2. LACY W
n-ei Mi
R. A. Budd who
Grenada ... H W f A Mr Budd.
and, .8 on a West
Indian holiday and wm in f.ar-
i week* ago !!
staying at Mr Lacj
Court,' Si John.
M
^iTyJ^F r^U?d.n"- REPORTS on nW ha, y*s The ^'^^TS^ZS^
-r~cn.at.vc of the Dunlop Rubb- trom Pm-U, London, and New seem* "JT^^J*} $
nwY^J^^tdliy,Z MEW Y0-a7s that we sh.1! b%!TSlS^-, cannot undcr-
M' the OcJaniVtew Hotel be cutting our hair shorter than ,und how we can copy the line
Mr Gellard regrets that hi? ever. Models favour the "Craw of their clothes, but ignore the
vialt will be a very short one. Cat," which is cut in a close shin- ^^
r, he intends to return foi (tie at the back, but softer al ttv> --,.j -T.it
three weeks in April anil w.ll tie front than Ihe old Eton Crop They do not ^^ *"*
accompanied by his family. PARIS-where the hair styles unlike French women, we do not
He was last in Barbados early are dictated mainly by the fashion lead restaurant lives,and
in 1949 and has Just returned from
;!
Ladies
Staying With Her
Daughter
V|RS. C.
six months' visit to Englan'
where he was very encouraged by
the progress he observed since he-
was last there in 1945
A Short Holiday
Tl^ISS Theresa Gomez, daughte
t arrived yesterday froi
dad is here for a month's holiday
IADIES. when you are preaent- and ls staying wltn Mr and Mrs.
ed lv the Earl and Countess j. Adamlra at Coral
of AMdhe. you will have to Worthing. Mrs. Adamlra Is Mrs.
curtsey "to each of them. de Pazos' daughter.
houses says that we shall be wear exhotic exaggerated clothes
si-owing our hair again this season our menfolk consider that we look
Mo*t attractive of the new styles ill-bred. We are happiest no4 in
IS the heart-shaped cut Curls are trailing chiffon or blanket tweeds.
oriished back before curling on the but in plain well-cut English
forehead, giving a heart-shaped tailor-mades.
"XoKDON-iays that hair will Brighter Bathers
of Mr" and Mrt."cfl"G^rne7 be shorter than it was last season u time ^^ wm enterpris-
f Port-of-Spain, is in Barbados It will be short, but net sningiM int manufacturer designed a more
for a short holiday and Is staying I think that women who had ,lanering bathing cap than the
" Hum- short cut will start growine i ^.tractive skull-hufging ^P
again. Women will try anything wC are yjuaiiy offered,
for a changebut not for long you ctn easily pick out an
The deciding factor in thi< Long E-miijhwoman on a foreign beach
v Short hair battle is thai men bv lne {>eeied onion effect of her
mainly do not like very short balhing ctp.
hair, especially with eveninK From New York y^^ seen
dVMa. sketches of two delightful caps.
One in thin white rubber, strap-
less and waterproof, has huge
I was horrified to read that pink blown roses breaking the
Paulette Goddard had arrived in ugly head line.
who v.ith Mr. and Mrs. J. C
Trini- phrey
For The Navy
AMONG the many activities
arranged for the entertain-
ment of the men of H M S
G'aspmr, which arrives today
are twd dances scheduled for
tonight, one at the Y.M.P.C .
and the other at the Aquatic
Cub
Baby Lamb
ire fixed for
Crtcktt, football, hockey and pritain wearing a coat made from
unborn baby lamb ... vary
rare akta."
Popular belief is that the skin
poll matches
tomorrow.
The other is covered with
dozen rubber buds.
French women bathing in the
In Honour Of
A DINNER PARTY was held at
the Barbados Aquatic Club on
Saturday night in honour of Mr.
Roy Marshall who will shortly be
leaving for England with the West
Indies cricket team.
Among those at the partv were
Mr Roy Marshall. Mr. William
Yearwood, Mr. Trevor Yearwood,
Mr. David (Perry) Evelyn. Mr.
Hal Cole. Mr. Nick Parravicino.
rtZTJ*l tJ? Z n^e- Mediterranean tie up their hair
15 Pbt^^.b>:.,.lr!,n?_.?e,.^rC. in a cotton scarf and manage to
.jture birth of the lamb, but a
furrter tells me that this is untrue
It is the skin of a stillborn baby
lamb.
If the lamb had lived for a few
weeks the skin would have been
sold as Persian lamb.
emerge without
damp end.
so much as a
Born, Not Made
Evening Net
Short
THIS was Just one of the many "ultra-modern" hats which were
seen in the Grand Stand of the Barbados Turf Club on Saturday
at the Races.
Mr Alex Jemmott.
After a lovely dinner and
"none had toasted everyone
i-lses health etc, the party left f.r
the Pickwick dance at the Crane
Hotel Incidentally, two members
of the party were holders of the
From my mail bag il seems that
many girls leaving school hanker
to become mannequins. It is
possible to get three weeks' model
.. ._._ _. training in London for 20 to 31
ft*-akirtti .fining ^.^J ^ ^ wMte o( moncy
n, net made
wishing to become
models can learn more by work-
'Very F.nglish' -"S ln a Bwn ^P for a couljlc ol
A mannequin walked into a vr
rowded Paris salon. Down to her
Foster. Mr. Trevor Da vies and l^tsk'rts ot Prinled net in ParU Young glrU wi
recently.
ft WHer UMT* ll. ,.
crian thtr' oon* ...
6 Sttir aiufld. Bui children .:
ihtip ^ca cimt. i*1
m. snoot in apawnoroseri anop. j*>
10 Of wist ciaas tn mlUiinaid hu.
11 Tou m*f onie of tam
cloto. (Si
1*. Cut in toe iop.
14, s paintaji- in tri* cmtp m ma.**
lUa> Of thl* DOttaC. io>
1. Wln-n th moogTSl alnd n
Uiu be w% in good company
<6)
W Someumea sapt. iomatimts Mtn.
u. More 'oluOit tbsn sincere. (*>
24. M'UUi*. (41
.4 O'.en* an? F.aewirett
love* to get DolA of. (J)
M Supplier epeclsl 11 n
tr outer. <1
Dunn
. Msnj people ftavs
vur-fag it. (0)
a A friendly Ioraln*r
Spisb family, il)
tedy *ori or rrauow. i
4. 3citt*!ed to aid crops? i8|
fi A.so in the tool shad. *'!'
9 Ut'i hn-e a bit of a blow. l
tetrein us. (ii
1 Poueaaive proDoua. (3)
9 Part of the pious*. tS) ___
:;i Tie !B-ae*^ pearl In tha m*A
AOI ATM CLIB CWEMA^,,
TO-NIGHT (TUE8.) A THUB8. MGHT a^
BUTCHERS Present "*
Leslie BROOK^Jlmmy HANLEYDinah SHFDm
-FOR YOII ALONE" "** ]
A Tender Love Story with the music of ALRfim- .
and hU Orchestra with HELEN HIL4, m^ t*?*""1**
Symphony Orchestra. Soloist uvrirst .il* laaaj
:akeii from bare. (.
nrat Qaa uouskasj aasfe
18 tmpub.rs, could be.
'- Mrmt baa ~-
d-um. (5)
IB Need* more loan
ue tnia aa:a. t*
... s. past
WfTnoli. 12: *ap
. Me#rt .aoS"': ?* JgL.ii
Drj: :s. tb: is. pyasajuasi
35. De? >~ Pre*H: 88. il Down
fLmii : Prr; 2 Moo.; S. ISjaMT *
PV/V.V-V,
$
' HOYAL (Worthhgs)
To-night Thursday Night
at 8.30 p.m.
Repuolie Pictures presents ;
Constance MOORE. William
MARSHALL
EARL CARROLL
SKETCH BOOK
BUI GOODWIN
Johnny COY
Songs Splendour Comedy
Romance '
Most useful measurements are,:
Attended Installation
MiUBaUR D
OV.ueu idiis miuii. i*w>..s n. .. o.-j Hunt *HaitnS
lucky two were Mr. Perry Evelyn said "An English Lady" . and a
*nd Mr Trevor Yearwood. appreciative titters came from the gtsBSBBBBBj Mix two cups of
x,- f*s rx '' K!Unn5 Marrin2d And hC tinned grape juice with (wo cups
Visited Their Daughter ' h,,"l* nattering. of ginKer ale Add lne juiC of ,
MR R M. JONKS. Managuu The outfit was VtTJ Finish whole lemon. Set with unflavour-
Director of R M. Jones and Gaitfc It was in our ed gelatine, in a ring mould with
Commissioners Return
COL ERIC JAMES I
tendent of Police. St Luci..
Ll Co:. J R. A Branch, Com-
missioner of Police Leeward -------...... _....._. _. ... ....-----___... .... ...... ..-----... -
Htlands. reiu;: unned Co., Ltd. and Mrs. Jones re- favourite fawn (the French call a hole in the centre. Turn out
day -by B W.I A They had fro-i Jama.ca on net! from Trujillo by it cafe-au-lait). when set and fill centre witn
ar.erislW. the Conference of Com- by B W I A He had aiteum-i B W.I.A. over the week-end ool and colourless, 'ru't.
missiOffbrs of Police in the Car- U Pi ncess Alice after paying a visit to their son- Well-bted but dull. L.E.8.
ibbean area which ended at as Chancellor traity ln-law and daughter Mr nm. '
Hastings House last Mrs Earl Heimpel.
K.MPIHK
No SHOW to-nitht
Last show WED. NIGHT
at 9.15 i-m.
Republic presents - -
THE RED MENACE
Robert ROCKWELL
Harms AXMAN Betty Lou
GEKSONBarbara FL"U.ER
mipert ana me taravan BV THE WAY
HE
To A l.aih Sinning
f \er >ou" ""^ Loud ko. il, louder
I erienced critic who sai i tli\
t there is nothing to A,u, gcll ,,
And blo r i doors.
bered at
''. .' sasiauii it
Munciaiii the tiiast.

U'lien the runimanda hci
The classical move is to bend
down, untie someone's sh'-t
and then lit them lo i
ajBara, The fun of waiting f
>'>u to forget the
me rot .ii the stage. An-
take them o(T and throw
ajf shoulder. If there
is a lady in front of you,
on her back
Tony If ihe turns
you are al war!
don me. 1 was removing a beetle
jr back Ah. hi re's an- ..
Another game is to offer part of a singer can
your i.t i 8mgci
tiff Amanda s boti
Well may j,->u ask, hoir u'r uith
SotM appals.
Loud uri-an (he Idiioes of the
I pit.
Twenty Yean. Of I'pruar
A-
quite right I
ngi iioui gaatura on Um

ihould not
l!y Beachcomber
O'Hanlon from Thurles) some-
times rubbed the back of her hand
under her chin during a high note.
The silliest mannerisms I ev <
Mail ion I-atretelle's In
"Louise", she used to gm>
teeth at the audience and ap
hideously before and after a sp.il
of aingmg. While singing DepuK
le Jotar . hhe would haul on an
imaginary rope.
On The Bus
OU never know where rail
are. do you?" said the con-
ductor.
"It wouldn't get me anywhere il
1 dad." replied the passenger.
'Then why didn't you St..;.
where you were ?"
"According to you. I wouldn't
know I was there, if I did."
All Our Problems Ian lie
Solved
"Ya1
Rupert pauses nervously. Thaa
he realiiei thai he and Beppo hive
noi been seen. Further along ihs
deck tome light u coating treat
below, and, creeping nealih.lv
forward, he tecs that the Ml
monkev has also been attracted by
\U As silently as he un he moves
to torn beppo, and tindt himtel!
pwarmg down into a large cabfn.
In the middle is a strong table,
and Handing by u is ths figure al
the pirale. As he waithea. Hod-,.
takes somcihing oui ol h.i gre-
coat pocket ana Man*, to pull torn.-
thing trom il. "That mji- br
Sailor Sam'i wallei." breathei
Rupert. Thai's the aecret oi ih*
luahen ireasure I"
'T^IIK speedsnlpe who announce
the other day that he loo
forward to the time when molm
.'hat 11 you give me on scratch her ear or press the ball
UUS 7 Or you can take your of her thumb against ihe base of
braces off and tie your neighixmi's her nostrils until the song is i
foot to the leg of his stai trauini had an astonishing halm cars would go as fast as aircrat
out your neighbours hat. lifting \ i let! root and paw- la evidently a leader of conten.-
hls nose on it. saying, tng the ground like g horse, and porary thought. What more coul I
You ve caught my tnl.t p^n, (who aj raally Patricia one desire ?
(iood Alone
CROWN (.IM.Ii: BEER
iimni (r a Shanil\
IMPORTANT
The Show scheduled for
TO-NIGHT and TO-MOR-
ROW NIGHT at Empire
Theatre
by
Professor Norlce De
La Roche
has been
CANCELLED
HOW
NO SHOW TO-NIGHT
Last Show Wednesday Niihl
at 7.30 p.m.
20th C-Fox presents -
Richard CONTE
Valentina CORTESA
THIEVES HIGHWAY
Lee J. COBB
Barbara LAWRENCE
OLYMPIC
Last Show lo-niiht al p.m.
Republic Smashing Double .
Janet MARTIN William
WRIGHT
I KING of GAMBLERS
lIOMr.Mr.ADr.KS ot
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Also -
Cycle Lights,
I.OCKS,
Polishing Cloths.
Oil Cans, and
Lubricating Oil.
THE BARBADOS
CO-OPERATIVE
COTTON FAC-
TORY LIMITED
JUST RECEIVED
Bots
Tins HEINZ Spaghetti
Tomato Sauce
(with Cheese
Baked Beans.
Salad Cream.
Mayonatse.
Sandwich
Spread
Vegetable So i
Oxtail Soup.
Strawberries.
Pears.
The Governing Director and the Management
of the
GLOBE
WELCOME
di.H.di. fiAinaiM Oiks.
AND
JAe wd og athbns
in honour
of this
fa
la
fioyal UM
There will be no Show
TO-NIGHT
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Coffee Spoons
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Batter Dishes
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WT All at Very Beasooahle "*__
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oakle '
LIMIT?


,,,ini
WARl li
BARBADOS Vl)\ 0
niionaire
But Gets
"Sick Pay'
Miii.isn.un'. Out Nub.iv
** J. _, -in vi tn* famous
kinshopes to
I;"
Heal"1 Scheme.
m Britain as the fox-
*t-0 *"**n a monuc|' *.
- Ihf chase. 54-year-oid
recently had an
on his Knee which kept
r^gg from his job as Hon-
JJuDercial AtUche at the
gmbatoy in London.
*- I :he hospital a nurse
*, no could collect $3.64
Bck benefit tot the pu-iuu
Mpl sway from his work
a he could make
0c Health Scheme
-Self-Employed"
\mH.JU' designated as self-
"^ gj- Gulbfiiki.'iii OHM
this scheme by sticking
F tents *ttmP *'**k|y o" a
r? fter since the scheme
-^T OiD
MST|sX OADSTO^~54y
said ta^J?-^r?
K hMpital told '> I ould
kg- my upt-TutH'ii frer tindei
Hub Scheme but it would
TCgiil that soiniHtrw- < I km ,u w*it- So I said 1
||tr," declared Mr. Gul-
^(jr. "-tary lias not
y nj luck collect ng the
Health Insurance official*
think it funny that somc-
Cfflih 3 Ri" H",( address
Zajw-n' 5304
Wtautse. I don't reollj
bsone>." added Oulbenkian.
" don't think Britain will
? for $3 04
I.N.8.
No Nationalisation
Before Jan. 1951
s> From Pace I
tnunist was the Nasi Cwslapo ("at
that time the i.esiaoo accused
I tieing Communist",.
Anthony Kden. Deputy leader
f the CotsaervaUvea' Opposition
xtay that he hopeu that the
in the
new House of Commons would ru-
ne a "strong and imaginative
.-.reign polio
He was speaking in a debate on
the Governments programme for
the new- session of Parliament out-
lined in the *peech from the
Throne earlier today.
The Opposition did not intend
to indulge in "factious or fracti-
.pposition. Eden said The
odds in the Commons were rn i h
ven and the bottle iould more
fairly be joined but Hall placed
upon every one a special respon-
sibility. The essential machinery
of Government must not be
brought to a standstill.
While we must reserve the
titrht to ifHiilaa and to move, for
.:.sinn.e to reduce items of Gov-
ernment expenditure, it is our
purpose to denj to the Q
merit its esscnti.il i.'nuircments in
toohI]
Mi Bdan said: "It is a happy
conjunction that the
iKMtiinl ot this Parliament should
(Vrnch Presl-
ent and
Ail! Indeed i< we.eome to

Partnership
WHAT UBERALS COULD RESIST US NOW?'
WfE YEAR
GENIUS
Kings Speech Soft Pedals
Domestic Issues
From rase I
He wore hi> lull parli.....enurv
U-anJUn. ana ., co.U, mourn- S? ' "'""on velvet and mid,
r Lonuun, inyauil) ed a Guar.l m Honour headed hv *'"' ''""< ermine rape On his
RliyetT SStol^L, u""rm 'nd 5f...^"U"
but Biywi ol age. she De.p.te dull skies, the dccomiol
iHKuiced a gen.us. Her roiUe made a ay setting lor the
k mluing her superior procession, with the guilted slate
1 took her lo a psychol- coach, drawn by lour ejs, pre-
l ceded by outriders As thev
It that tender age she reached Westminster, a salute o'r
111 points in a test nor- 41 guns boomed out .,i St. Jaim-s
||N lor University gradu- Park, just behind Whitehall.
Heir average is usually Inside the Palace ol Wcstmin-
f*ti Mr, the King and Queen in er-
'IW later she was reading "tine robes and with the King
.dBfcs and naming Plato, wearing the Imperial Crown.
Mug philosopher, and Dar- gmed ilowly through the vast
ber favourite authors Ko>^ ""Hery. clad in blue velvet
BOW attends a convent '? ,hc H KlUonan.
leathers anil
military uniform.
The l,n. en
The Queen was a lot i
in a criDolliM gown of wtiuc uOn
enftroidered with gold '.bread
and pearls. She wore a crown f
diamonds aad platinum and her
iHaea and Mhei Ji well wen ol b
diamonds. thi
lleneath her
Attlee Should Now
Enlist A Liberal
And Drop Nationalisation
Bv Iluvmond Hlmkbuni
M.P. For Northfield. HirminKhain
ir^an >^^T'SMr ^iM hRVC ,heSUpporl of men ot K^CNdwiJl .
nLLv. n !?' s d0cls,nn '" rry on the Kind's Govern- *** h| iaitlllM i ounMag dc-
unoas M>ciallsl suPPers are bound to be anxious and ;' l lhc lnm cur,aUl Mr **
In refesrnce to tlermany, Mr.
Kden said: I think tunny of us
have felt thai UM most realistic
prospect Ot -; i
rsrsnai her
into Mandl) partnarshtB with her
iicinhbours in Western Kurope.
"(>ur concern on se
Pioach it on the wider ba
of Kuroj>e
"This ;t I.,.-.! l| cMw if (irr-
iu,n> Is iiuu-iiiiiU'S to have no
.imed defensive forces nf hOI <>wn
>
n the Western r,
at that Ian li respon-
ibillty we have to be able to dis-
i harge "
CoimleinninK the treatment
meted out "with incrcasinp
cverlty" to British rang
crimson
W"l (he near-deadlock
tovsrnrosritT
rain ,,( jjoverninii
pain-i--------:----------------------------------------------
W.ll * along, from our mistakes as
_ on a W?H a our successes. The old
In a sense the Uberals hold
tiglit-
not let it
"' their"scarlet robeT'"barrer'wit'h "mmltm lo tba IHroM....... ''.. , |n ,,, ^ -
111] daaarUd bar our own 'he balance. TtaaTr v, ,| ^T ""rn",!or
pale '">'" There will be r.o dls- ed to the Labour vole,' glvt a '""1""
" wupmenis. her. More Perres*.'v <*** ih^irT'in hlno imHn> .w. ,..'i_. i.._^
nuM "7" ormlnc i,n" avectaji Her gw i>f white Mtin
hffDOUiblc to nrevent her 'p*08 *,,h r|oaks of ennina and .^ El.. uHJ _"":" olh furs and wearing magniti-f turquoise pailleies, the colour ol r
._ Jie Lords Cham-r>htch was iratched by the tones "' *wl * "llty of power. The milUon over the Tones In
5?\, M""' ihcirt'ol blue under skirt waist high. ifb0*"1 Prty to-day contains M Parliament there would be
Win oZ,L 'To ,!han ,lh SaH ?' K'"8 ,ook "nl> 'welve min- *!** majority of 26 w To on winch
Opening of Parliament in 1945. fries to deliver his speech ,., __ U would not be irnpostible l.
^t.want her to get ideas ^"leir robes and gowns were, then the ceremony, which had in ,M*hl ** Worse govern for ., Ilmc T ,, f r
Sraaid SUter Stanis- ~rffi '""!' I'-Uuraie. .j, lasted n|tea|- mlnule#^wito u> from a strictly- parly view- clearl- |n Ihe J |h leacher. Carols latest a*"^^? ^hU.X S*"!,1 V"' a,,d lhe re,urn Pcaaaion To BSnT^f? l,,'med,aU' 0*" ,he '^'try and The Lab^u.
school girl novel. ^as?-dor-\. "^ludln. ..^h Bueldnavuin Palace big.... mark- 5TiB! SftSL "2" P*"* ?fi clea' drSS'
ed again hv royal salute ot 41 I".!!?. tSW "," sl<"ng th, ing should be reached betwec,,
ler Plato and Darv*
i banned.
.Sid. "There ought not to be any
iloubt in the Kremlin or any
vherc else that these events
r very inrt-i.se indignatlot. "
BrlUsh and other Western
"I union WOUad
to be intimirtstcil by tactics of
;it Kind. i arlded
Mr Men said that th- Ktagjfl
peech In i\> reference to the
international scene as gajskhl
ips ol imialeiajil
with no
if a common theme rttnnini;
through them nor of ;.
pose to be vigorously pursued
Renter
I rVtographic Mind
gselaus. because I know
lasveit. She has a photo-
laund and can remember.
Mani for word, a talk on
Jtaeoo for schools.
Ilj* her in a class where
tr pupils were two years
ia .mi came ,,, top (n
^gajecta hundred percent
afaaigl
unifor
ol
Ambassadoi Rcn<
picturesque lev.
gold.
nicnibeir of
Parliament surged into the Lords,
where they Bled OffM >ide of tht
House and the nine women mem-
bers bunched together in the
ogfltre
So crowded wen .,|| M
that peers ha close together.
The first of the Royal Family
to enter was the Duke of 01
found ,or' wno lcd '" n,s Dt-',1CS8. wear-
ing a lovely gown of deep mid*
1. ruler
royal salute ol 41 result
Speedskating
IXJNDON. March C
A decision as to the venue
ii. i..Ls,ui I'.iiiv. u ls Ilu y^. "Mamanimil
occurred the Comerva- not seldom
it
tl.CS
'lilemma as now
On the other hand the
have regained the initatlve
the
B) niLl.lAM HIIIIIKK
NEW VI IKK |Bl Mail I
The Unlte.1 NaUona Food
poliuc-
in the"~_inv -.nd '7,Tight"be S-a*wrat
conlronu i. ol achieving that co-operatlci.
OUld lor Mr I'l.in.iii llavlea to !v
hie i orlered a seat In the Government
at the iiuiincm ,ini ree-t witn
lhe World Speedtkating Cham- Labour.
pionshlps for I9S1 will not iy We should be guided bv
Reu- motive onlynamely, the good
our country,
1 let
rIN.s.
taken until later this
ler learned to-day. our country. No party inl.i,
Although it la understood that should stand in the way of th-i
f'llorado Springs (backisi by Id. Ol count, for a pouil
- ,Un!."f_ ?I"Ui| ls .almo" cer,d,n "'"" "I "'J1'" """ xntt-,s "
If'unUl she "'"' blu' M"n -* '"< <""- n ...1"""' -Cln. lb* <""y lhe charge ol uttering uv
would find dMU "' diamonds In her hair. SSSH* h,lh'r",'or " ;' <'"* "n,cfr" '"''}?: Bl" "' > ''venl Government
Z2SLE" The nnchess m Ken, ZL in "'"" *'" ""' bo taken until Pphucai Mlnahneaa never p.,
after a postal ballot has been electors to-day are
made Of :.ll members of the ioun-
i il of the International Skatinu
Union this summer ffltbartn no
vanuoa have been mem
the European Sp,ssiskatlng Cham-
and a decision as to
where UhaM aril] bo held will not
lie made until later in the year.
Reuter
Even If he were to refect the
offer, it would have been worth
while to rsurite it ...
to show our gou.i will.
I -J thing she
Jvsi -rithmetif.
TO> hi
Mt. So she ...
Willy with Miiiielhing."' <^e Dtichcss ol Kcnl was In
llay Carol will retain black. She too wore rruuniflcassl
ng brain-power and thai jewels, a bandeau, a nocl
! "ler .he will have *o earrings in diamonds.
* possesses unusual The King and Quoon
I preceded by robed and uniformed
g* have been mode for offtcers and walked slowlv int..
althuugh Carol ber- the chamber, the Kins
l!_"T;.'- 'he wanu to the Queen's whileglov,
high.
! "
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GETHER WITH A FAVOUR-
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BARBADOS CORRESIH^NDHNTs
Action Still Optii
With assured Libei.ii
there are many excellent course.
f action open to the Labour
The Tories wi'.l
obviously 1m- -cry frightened (
- "pposinf the Oovernment on pro-
SS- 2?^? tJ***.**** xressivr measures such aa we
already thai the Prim. :uk,. Wlth uberal suwwrt
mewrylnsjtjn w.th A l>fc:llr, wilI Ul iwepin|(,S0l4,.
watch on the lecu.rat? OWtru
7. I i '' r,tn" de would
*,uL.X! .VerH wrOH0*n '"jure the pr..M*cU of those who
Jriunye the couturu into anolh.r mdulawi in
Ccneraf Election to long at that therefore bv
-lectton would be likely to pro- .-xposition of
i it ood produc
tion "has regain, d pi
Thi-. is the iBpralsal
food picture by the FAO in i'
iuilletin fPi th- Ural two month-
ol 1950
The FAO poinU .Hit, however
that this heartening .1'
kl somewhat offset by
ailnbW
duce another deadlock or near
deadlock.
Breiilhine-Spaer
"pic have a right to a
reasonable breathing-space belt
the amount of fooi
lor each person.
The UN asfekney oxpla.n.- that
the world's population has in-
creased about ten p*"r<< l
last ten years.
Consequer.tly, the fO"
Adequate tt> feed most
tions of the world before ti was
now is guile

statistically will equal :l
them. It^houW !M^U,,on '" """ b "' ,v"1
possible by clea:
Wldehpread Hunger
The organization la
cmind, i WO-fLe-
pread hunger exi--te(l In ihr pre-
years, and that ;n
the facU In debate
hose who are not really
.eking to advance the true In-
intry.
Thr Goveinment have ample
power to intluence the general
can testify. Thi-v r. ,. 7kn k~m*uL d.^.. n#-^ '' the prewar p
heir S3. -Sr- ., ^_t Z ^tr.n^nn?!: I-"" '" ""
Party This neat lew month.
IPS _i4ve duS^^gre;: ft5'** u'
being asked to make u"u "ihO-. i-abcTe. ol inVius7"and'"enable'u] balance betv..*n supply ar.
minds again. TIp ,, -ooUt-JO with the remarkable m^"i ln ""' l"Kw" ",rkJa *'"
record numbers and in solemn locovery which we have (fleeted '"* P"-'"'1 opI-Wmli malnuln-
mood, as those of us who walr'.i- since the war tlon-
ed their serlou-. determine,! I n,. I iK_.,.l. u, Some of 'he born-fed
In- pull can testify. Th. , JL The S5Tli!t ^o.Ii i.. "' "" "" Mr,od h"V1' '"
11111 "'" "*! """ uil we ^tl^iihSfto^ '""" "" "" FA "'""'nu-'
"i-bt 1 think it very iinlik.iv . '' ??,"" .h. ih i ?i-_,S :ind cmc ot ,hr wor*1' """** "d
that they will change until a new 1',. p U.J. ...' ._ __-fTu' He-ore the war. about one-nfl!
rises or unr

lolicy or lead.
The rotrntrj UMdl a strong admlnMraUe
9 ..'^

tnijii
Unite The IVnpl.
Lnead

...
nd (lie world d,
difflctill position. But to do so
we must :iy harder than
before t
L.F-.S.
Kris For Electricity
LONDON. (Bv Mall).
The Cockney's favourite suppfi
diah- jellied eels is helpinj Brit-
.i itv Board
unite our people We ' "** money.
MM coiorlaa.
The nuioli- i ,-
itaOf on such has increased lo about one-thirt
o( the worlds population "
BriKhter Side
On die bright.^ tide of the pic
Lure-, however, is the '.:
mree of the four oosinO
irope which hi
war dally diet of 3.000
more, bat.,
JU have increased.
In the pre-war years, the Unite.
,-plied les
ilu.n oae-sevonth of the world'r
fOOd exports. They qm BcaGUll
Ol about two-fifths of" <
The food-deficit countries are Ir
.i really hazardous po-..
udden fall in their dollai eam<
iiiKR Ol in the voluin-
Stutes gifts and loans mil
This Is how it comes about.
Thirty-five year old Steve Hor-
ner. of Downtown, near Salisbury, " ..is the local '"as.
electric generating station besides ._. t ______ ,-___,.
the RlvS Aven. famous for it. Jhu of courac would produce
a surplus disposal problem id
North America.
m of the will i
lhc people in the present moi-i
It seems to me that there can oe
loUDl what thi
..... with a
planned economy and with social
tccurity. But U doul "out "nd e*lt
tn.,t -.he SooaUst rarty should ^ many years Steve has trap- ^ p
not go Mo fast. ped eels m a specially constructed ^x^J worfd .il. ,S
Our own moat loyal supporte hed above the nver. And ..way* ** ^
are as concerned as anybody 'hey have show,, a handsomr l ^
We are very proud of what bai pro"' **hen he sold them.
been done in the mines. But in the September qu-rtn i
there is a widespread feeling last year his li-uU puid the run-
that at this moment furthei "ing ex|- ,eneratins:
1 'EnVieni produilic
.oft-turrency Mnd undvr
oil areas must be expended.
i of agTi-
iultuial pi.-duetion and lari
.,1 CX|
of North America must be
inaintained." 0MM |
-.-.-. iaawii><-iii .Mt..--. i ..(in fc-'iarraiin-;
schemes of nationalisation should station Including oil, maJntenano.
be postponed until we can -we our i">d wagesana -till showed u
ay ahead more clearly. paVsM
. __. Although the eels are lechni-
.Learn By Mn.iake ailv ino Bntith Electricity Au-
Moreover. howtvei often n aa*j%, Steve gets a fat
tla- Socialist members ha/e commis*.on for his catches, which Vv.Pronui.r l*'^...
explained Uael ,Ugh- on a record night amounted u, x ll,n lj?M a
In favour of private entei- 740 and were worth more uvitvuiRir. u.k
prise where Coo-J S2S0 M(1 ,H*D^lA^AD' M"Th fl-
ucre have bee. ,-ge weight of each eel li ^ ni^tL/t^ '^JTI"
-rVx-W-ptataojr-. S --^n^mlUn^^nsh'nlirk.. a^'T's^f^i*M?'1S
velopmi_in the Ught of es; mmo. Si^u It wi_T loan-M ItSjI
"*** to-day.' _
1|M-.
ence. We are learning as
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\
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PACE FOUIl
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
BARBADOS!
ADvotsrc
-t.*..- r.i
1*N( b Tfc. MnM Cm. IM.. IMlLtttni
Tuesday, March 7, 1150

Takes A Chance In
British Honduras
-il""U "ARCH-
quest
THE stream of conference* which has
been such a marked characteristic of the
post-war West Indies scene continues
unabated. To-day a conference opens in
Barbados whose subject will be the effect
of sterling devaluation on the West Indies.
It is to be expected that the conference
will also make suggestions as to the
manner in which the West Indian economy
is to be cushioned against the shock of
devaluation.
West Indians are however, beginning to
become very sceptical as to the results of
many conference*. The peoples of the
British Caribbean had no voice in the
decision to revalue.the pound. The people of
British Honduras protest and petition the
Secretary of State for the Colonies. He
replies that their demands cannot be
granted because devaluation is for the
good ill the people of Honduras and he, the
Secretary of State, is a better judge of
what is good for the West Indies than the
West Indian peoples themselves.
Now a conference is convened whose
task will be to state self-evident truths and
whose duty it will be to appeal to the West
Indian peoples to forego for even longer,
the products of Canada and the United
States of America-
It will be interesting to see what com-
ments the conference will make on the
great trade built up with Canada during
the war years, the doors of which are
closed through dollar shortage and devalu-
ation.
Over all the meetings, talks, conferences
and conclaves there hangs the spectre of
the uncertain future of sugar. In islands
already poor, whose future even optimists
can only describe as a grim struggle for
existence, the people face a future in
which the cost of living may be confidently
expected to rise.
They must recognise the unsavoury-
truth that they must sell at prices fixed by
the buyers and they must buy at prices
fixed by the sellers. Is the conference
going to suggest the means by which these
islands can escape from this impossible
net? or are they merely going to repeat
more platitudes and draft more resolutions
for transmission to the Secretary of State
for the Colonies?
Talk of independence is idle as long as
these conditions prevail, and conferences
which meet to discuss economic matters
will do so with the certainty that these
recommendations can be only of one kind.
They have the power to commit neither
the British Government to an enlightened
policy, nor the West Indian peoples to
greater austerity.
Those who contemplate the future can
do so only with mingled feelings of frustra-
tion and irritation. It appears as a future in
wbjch the illusory power of political repre-
sentation will be thrust upon us while the
raal power of economics will remain in the
hands of others more than ever in the past,
men who mould the future must
apply themselves to the great task of
breaking the impasse. At present the
means are not evident but necessity
demands that some means be found. One
thong, however, is an undoubted certainty,
and that is that unending conferences and
interminable talk will not provide the
means
Welcome
TO-DAY the people of Barbados will
welcome to our shores once again Her
Royal Highness Princess Alice and her
husband the Earl of Athlone. They are no
strangers to us. They have already visited
the. West Indies and expressed their pleas-
ure alter their short stay.
Their presence in the West Indies is
evidence of the abiding interest of the
Athlones :n the West Indies and the fact
that Her Royal Highness has now become
Chancellor of the West Indian University
adds yet another link in the chain of loy-
alty. Barbados welcomes them and wish
them an enjoyable slay in our midst.
WH HIABEiS SAYi
By BiaSARI) HAKKI-
WHAT son of man mm ll>e>
who built up Ihe BriUfrh Kmpin
They were groat Indavtaniall I
men of courage, imbued willl a
spinl of pilv.ntup and a pro-
fon love of liberty
Those were the qualn
laid uie foundations of the Empirr
And those qualllier live on.
They are to be founn In a man
who to-day It planning to 'i'
something which successive Go\-
ernmenU have fall**! to doto
bring prosperity and new hope to
RrltalnV so-called "slum in ihe
sun." British Hondura*.
Who is this man'1 He is W 1 I
Garneld Weston. chubb> -farad,
smiling millionaire who ha:* built
up the blgget baker. I
the Empire.
As a young Canadian toldirr
In the Ural World War UYstin
pent his leave ludylnc bake
haase operations.
At 24 he inherited a small
5,000-a-year bakery busiri.- In
Toronto. Within two ye.o
raised its- profits fourfold m>d
started to spread its I
throughout Canada and Into 'he
US.
Ilt-K-riiiiiialiiiu
IN THE early
the bottom had dropped out of Ih^ days of me Spanish Main.
BRITISH HONDURAS: this is the Background of
A bold Empire Project.
Last August he bom*" the Salt run Salt Creak from hl& office* in
Creek Estate, which hie to the Berkeley-square, London, ai* the
nortii of Beliie. Ihe capital ol ground-nutters run their project
Briiish Hondurasa town of from headquarters near Regent's
wooden shanties, with no water Park.
system, no ga;* supply, no sewage He has put in a local manager,
disposal plant. backed him with cash, and en
This old estate, covering 70 couraged h:m to seek all the ex
square miles (45.000 acrer>. bord- pert advice that Is available,
trs the sea for 20 mile*. Its bays Although Salt Creek war bought
and LnJeta wtra once the haunt only In late August, 110 worker.
.>( buccaneeiY and pirates in the had been recruited by September
Canadian wheat market. W
was fired with enthusiasm tj help
tho Canadian farmer!*.
Ha came to England datarmlned
to build a big baker/ and b.
group based on the use of C.mi-
dian wheat.
Starting with a single small
company he has built a chain of
more than 50 companies, co.erirg
all Britain.
From a few thousands tn'
group's operating profit rose
last year to 2.870.000. /Is
assets nou' are worth close on
11.000.000.
Empire-minded Weston MS
ploughed back some of his proliu
into new projects In Australia and
South Africa He has toured the
West Indies and bought businesses
In Jamaica.
It and clearing at the rate
Laser It provided wealth from 100 acres a month had started
the great man any tree* which After two months manager Webh
flourished in Iks dense jungle. reported: "The Initial work was
-The mahogany forest has gon*>. achieved under trying conditions.
The estate now consists of swamp Hazards encountered were makes
and .uvannah. covered with bush and certain animals of the cat tribe
and smaller trees. ... 220 acres have Deen under-
Gariield Weston intends to turn brushed and felled .... Over four
K into what he calls a "sizeable miles of road have been cleared.
agricultural development." .surfaced, and maintained."
TnnHh Jolt Within a fortnight a camp of 20
LEAUF.RS^WhTcH could -'"-*'
mci'i hall, and a shop, had been
built.
Coconuts are the rjrst crop to
be planted. But it is planned -o
plant red kidney beans (now
will new an ms en- f imported for foe:
For British Honduns *> HlT1,T,in
do that, he believes, would be of
tremendous value to the colony
and to (he Empire at? a whole.
It Is a tougher Job than it
sounds, it will need all his en-
thusiasm.
hemp, and bananas.
I'r.Miiisinu
GARFIELD WESTON hs
ordered Investigation:- into
also
thi
What Ilf Seek*
ha? no backbone of peasants with
roots in the soil.
Early treaties with Spam banned
agriculture. To this day manv
Hondurans believe that it is an possibilities of growing Kenaf,
unworthy occupation, fit only (or fibre similar to jute for use in the
NOW HE does not :eek greater menlal or pnysicai defectives. manufacture of sugar bags,
riches for himself. He seeks in- Rchance on forert industries ha3
stead to make a Greater amain a al$0 made ^ p^pi,, nomadic, un- Canno Lily, another fibre
greater British Empire. ^e lQ M^je down to agriculture plant, is an equally promiriirg
And for a start he hac picked on pursu|ls prospect.
British Honduras, a little colony Forestrv 1S now iong pasl iu He hat-sent samples of the tim-
streuhlng 180 miles along ine ^^ g^,^ of ^ ,ack 0, agri_ ^ on .j^ ^u.^ ^ Canada for
Caribbean and Hanked by ouaie- cu]turai development this poten- experimental manufacture into
mala and Mexico. ,iajly rich semi-tropical country wallboard. That holds out hope ol
Properly developed. ' r**" imports a great part of its food. a valuable new addition to tho
oar, which Is the slse ** Wall haw Hgtw colony's economy.
could Mipport a population nf W III .^HO " _______l_g __-*
IMM00 DEVALUATION OF the cur- liTHflri. Sur****
Rut its people number only rency has raised food prices by IF EMPIRE-MINDED Garfteld
60000 And most of thorn me 30 to 40 per cent., and lowerea Weston can prove that Britisn
living In squalor. the already miserable rtandard of Honduras can grow food and raw
Government missions have M-fc- living in the colony. materials on a big scale there will
gerted schemes for relieving the Yet British Honduras could be come a greut L-urge toward* pros-
grinding poverty of British !' < :i- upporting. It could even have
duras But hardly any thin it hiw surplus of food for export. Gar-
been done. B*M Weston intend!* to show how
it can be done.
He ha* bull! his bakery em-
pirr U\ pooling experience, by
the interchange of Idi-as. by
making fullest at* of loc.il
WATCH
POLLITT'S
REVENGE!
By Trevor Eta**
HARRY POLLITT becomes a key man in
Britain. The Communist chief suffered
ihe worst personal humiliation of ir.y candi-
date in the General Election. Five years ago
in East Rhondda he was within a thousand
of beating a Socialist.
However, last week, in the same constitu-
ency against the same candidate, he was
22,000 votes behind. He saved his deposit by a
trilling 7B votes.
Now for his revenge. Never was a spur
sharper Never was opportunity greater
Never was horseman more zealous.
If Harry Pollitt has stepped out of his bath
Ihis morning singing "Oh what a beautiful
morning" he could justifiably put added
.onviction into the last line, "Ever>ihing >
'oing my way."
Hy The Kiile*
AND this is why: Mr. Attlee has many constitu-
tional problems lo settle. They are compar-
atively simple, compared with the economic prob-
lems facing Sir Stafford Cripps (who I presume will
carry on at the Treasury) and the T.U.C. cruets.
Mr Attlee, after all, is dealing in ihe House or
Commons with opponents who know.the rults. who
have a respect for constitutional procedure Cripps
and the T.U.C. are not.
The cost of living goea up again in Britain at the
end of this week. Cotton and linen goods are to
be marked up 10 and 20 per cent. Other goods will
follow, especially if they are made from raw mate-
nals imported from the U.S. or Canada.
But the wage freeze is supposed to remain for
the rest of this year. Sir William Lawlhcr, Mi.
Arthur Dcakin. Mr. Tom Williamson, and Mr.
Vincent Tcwson are the influential trade union
' leaders who have carried Ihe rest of the T.U.C.
General Council, and an uncomfortably slight
majority of trade union -executives, with them on
this pohev.
L**W
tot ( Uvhf J
Australian TABLE RAISINSLib. vktoL
30 Ouiice Tins PEARS 'I"'b' pkl1- S
CREAM OF WHEATSmall
i Ol 0> \ IOE Struts
Treat*?*! mm nil-
"1 DON'T much
Government schemes
once said. "They treat men as
unite, not Individuals."
So he Is determined to show
what leadership and capital, drive
and "know how" can do. ______
perity.
His associate-, in this new Em-
pi re-buiidiiig project an Irad
with his own infectious enthuai-
irm.
"The job is challenging, but not
out of reach," they say.
And one should remember that
knowledge. at SS Gariield Weston h..
H.- ri.As no in* for an imwieldj yet hud U> report failure. What-
central organisation. ever he ha> undertaken has been
So Weston does not propose to a suews IE.S.
The Voiee From The Kitrhen lias
FACT No. 1 of the General Elec-
tion is the fact that the Socialists
forgot, the fart that almost every
constituency in this country now
has a majority of worn**. >
Thre is the reason fur the result.
It is the women the badgered,
tiard-pressed. over-worked and
under-privileged women of l.iit-
Hmwho have passed sentn:
tiv-Ui on Socialism.
The kitchen has spoken at but.
The voice from the kitchen pio-
elaims, with feminine common
sense, that the Socialists are not
fit to run our affairs; that they
cannot give us the food, or the
houses, or the efficient national
housekeeping that Britain must
have If Britain Is not to go under.
The lt< miii.iHK
Meii
So far, the Socialist' have ksnl
going by means of the dollar dole
They are a party of retntttance
men living on the ha
American capitalism. Without the
dollars, as they themselves admit,
we should now have millions un-
employed. But the dollars stop In
June 1952. What are we to do
their
There is the capital question
The Socialists have not the ghost
of an Idea how to answer it. They
have nothing to offer except more
doses of nationalisation (which Is
no answer at all) flavoured with
class-hatred. (Mi ItotT.
try to work out how many votes
they lost through the vermin and
the tinker's CUM.)
Ilrrail Anil Hull.
It was th* bread and butter
policy of the Tory Party that
kindled the voters. That policy
la so simple that even a Socialist
should be able to see it. If Britain
Spoken
"ana ii i.i lloinsli-
Sii.illi M.l>. '
is to pay her way we must pro-
duce mure goods, to do that Wt
must offer incentives lo tt"'
hat Is, we must cut the
taxes; to cut the taxes we must
t >it (i.n, ii.nient spending. Cut the
taxes we must and shall, for they
are brakes on production.
By taking oft those brakes we
shall get more output; and more
output is the root of the matter.
Socialismextravagant incom-
petent, wasteful as It plainly is
puts up the cost of living all the,
time. Fur large numbers of wo-
men voters the final argument
here was Sir Stafford Cripps's ad-
mission that the purchasing power
of the had fallen by 3s. 9d.
since the Socialists took over.
A policy that makes the
worth less and less strikes at every
pay-packet and at everv house-
wUaVi purse. I pity the Socialist
orators who wen- irivn the im-
xsible Job of defending it.
The Women
I aii"li< The woman voter could see for
herself that the cost of living was
going up She could also see for
herself that the house.v
going up. For every house that
Mr. Sevan's planners built the
ilf*ln ine same t'mc "u"1 *wo
That Is the fact; and the excuse
(there is never any shortage of
them under Socialism) cut no Ice
at allparticularly when you re-
member the loud Socialist" prom-
ises of 1W5. Mr Bevar.'s adjec-
lives are no substitute for a house
of your own.
One piece ol Socialist trickerv
in particular roused the scorn of
LM woman rotar. That was the
attempt to hide Mr. Bevan's fail-
ure by talking, not of the number
of houses built but of the number
of accommodation units provided
for family personnel. For accom-
modation Is a long word that
dimply means living with vour
mother-in-law.
The Tory Party knoweven If
the Socialist planners do not
that to make two women share the
same kitchen unwillingly Is a
short cut to feminine strife The
"accommodation" humbug was
blown to pieces on the hustings
by gales of angry feminine
laughter.
*> On Page R
Only Way
WHY were they so persistent? Mainly because
Cripps told them it was the only way to escape
disaster. _, _
But always the T.U.C. big shots allowed them-
selves an escape passage if the pressure got too
tierce. They say. "We will keep the whole question
under review and meet again after the election."
That meeting takes place within the next week.
Now. as they see it. it becomes more imperative
than ever to stand by Cripps. If It was wrong, they
irgue, to embarrass the Socialist Government when
t had a parliamentary majority of 190. how wicked
it will be to kick over the traces when the majority (
Of course, the T.U.C. leaders will tell him how
much they want evidence of equal sacrifice from
all sections of the community; but they admit that
their hopes of getting a tough treatment for the
capitalists, though present, are not nearly as high (
as they were when they saw Sir Stafford about this
in January.
And here Harry Polrtt and his indefatigable shop
stewards, active in every trade union that matters,
will try, "We can't go on with our present wages.
Let's hand in our notices." They are not deterred
by-any tender feelings for Mr. Attlee or the T.U.C.
Remember, just as the two Communist M.P.s were
thrown out of Parliament, so was the T.U.C. Gen-
eral Council deprived six months ago of its only
Communist member, by the exclusion of Bert Pap-
worth, the London busman.
Millions of workers miners, railwaymen, en-
gineering and shipbuilding workers will agree
with that simple premise"We can't go on with our
present wages."
Side SIioms
THAT will be the main arena. There will be
side shows, too. The Travel Asoctation has
proposed to the Government that all foreign holiday
motorists shall be allowed unrestricted petrol sup-
plies in this country this summe/.
It says foreign tourists must be encouraged.
And it expects Mr. Hugh Gaitskell, or his suc-
cessors at the Fuel Ministry to approve this proposa.
this week.
No doubt the experience of France in grantmj
such concessions to tourists last yearand the colos-
sal racket which sprang up as a resultwill be
borne in mind.
Hut that will not be the main aspect to appeal to
Mr Pollitt. He hates the U.S. Any concessions to
Americans drive him hysterical. It will be one more
example, he will argue, of our subservience to dol-
lars.
Anil he will exploit the contrast between this
consideration for foreigners (west of the Iron Cur-
tain) and what happens to some of our inconveni-
ently placed workers at home.
The Voueherw
HERE Mr. George Isaacs (expected by his staff
to return to the Labour Ministry) has played
right into the ready hands of Mr. Pollitt.
This morning the Labour Ministry announces the
end of the system which gave two free travel
vouchers a year to workers directed away from
their homes to priority jobs during and after the
war.
More than 23.000 o( these workers still have to
keep two homes goingone wbaM they left their
families, the second where they have to work.
They were given a weekly lodging allowance ami
thaag two trips home, if rail fares cost more than
7s. Now no more subsidised trips.
So one of the first questions to be asked by Mr.
Pollitt will be : "How much longer will you go on
paying lodging allowances '"
No. ladies and gentlemen, don't count Pollitt out
because he was carried from the ring last week
L.C.S
teller Value For Money All Hound Is What We Want
To the Editor. The Advocate
SI*. On the opening day of
the devaluation talks in Barba-
dos the following extracts from
Sir William Guodenough's state-
ment at the Annual General
Meeting of Barclays Bank Ud .
in Londun last month will refresh
our minds on a subject of grave
.mnortance.
"The events of tne past year
have greatly emphasised our
difficulties and have brought us
to a critical situation. The
tanr.en.-y fr prices to fall In the
United States, which extended so
widened the disparity
between the price levels of the
"hang" and I .rrency
countries The dollar earnings of
the sterling area through the sale
niies fell away
and at the seme time the sale
Kingdom products to
fan the
shrinking demand for consumer
goods, the growing keenness of
competition from An
-ubstantial price re-
ductions and the ganrlsufci
delivcij dates which became to
quickly characteristic uf the
United States domestic economT.
A growing sense abroad that
Britain would be forced into a
devaluation made the situation
worse Buyers tended to hold ofl
in the hope of being able to buy
from us more cheaply later Those
with payments to make to ii
delayed making them and then
was a general lots of confidence
in sterling The effect showed
itsetf. Marshall Aid notwithstand-
ing. In the drain on the already
impaired central reserve of gold
and dollars held by this country
as the basis for the external traa-
swetions of the whole of the stfcr-
ling area Devaluation became In-
evitable.
We should do well to realise
thai the events in the United
States, which so materially
affected conditions in this country
during the past year, cannot by
any stretch of the imaginalijn be
called a slump. What has hap-
bar* so far is nothing
issart than a readjustment which
has coane about after a boom of
unprecedented dimensions ana
which has risen out of the and
0l ihe re-stocking phase follow-
ing the WU The level of Amer-
ican economic activiU i,
far and away higher than .
in pre-war days. The fact is that
WSJ have passed on from a simp'c
n of production
problem of production with ihe
overriding complications implicit
m the transition to a "buyers"
Bat, It Is now our ,mp<
need to adjust ourselves to this
change in the atmosplu-tc la the
tho world, haarlug ba
muni that we have also to
up of the Marshall
Aid and the lengthening handi-
"posed by rapidly increas-
ing pi
abroad. Neither devaluate
the "consequential measures" that
are being taken or may have
to be taken make any p
i.tion towards this vitally
to, though in-
evitable, are negative in concep-
UOB] and they can do no more
than give a temporary- breathing
space which can be all too sasily
bOM If this were allowed to
happen our situation would bet
incomparably worse than It was
before. The immediate and con-
tinuing aim is as clear as it
It is. if I may put it
m a homely way, to secure the
giving of better value for money
all round. That Is the aim and
It is impossible to be too emphatic
about it
*nr h*. PMHWM tmt n.U, Uw %n-
nl twWiuiW Fwams.il it h*r*ly
aui>rfli>< U*l UU tfcwU b C
UWI Uw wtnum voacM tint -r* Win*
nwi-MMatily maaod *ml4 * *> UM>1>
unhdHt ! m ttat* wlwn tha> u\, H..
i-.i fully rrva.M iurl( aha
t.v-iv mm an* pmfttebto to tail ao-d.
in bbA" runner BMrtcu. atoi w*f>i>-
p*mma*.t tota to til petwo* *nr
trf.Uv kwxI to axial, ohan w\-.).n.
.-nlimaM t to, muab haCtor HUB NM
bafoiw Uic war; wton Uwi*
hour* of work hasHar wigw ami h.>'-
a*ya lth i* and vtian wa w*l)r m\
benuva aoclaj aarvkak in lh* wvild It
U *ll too claac Uaa.1 tor Uiaar and a'Wi
a*a*Mia 11 la iipI aaa> lo pma homa U><
.nMfton thai tlw kind ..( ,nd.vidn*J ac-
Uan to wttc*i a must look a* lha main
olvant raally naciaaar>. lhat ithoul iV all
Ua* n-found aaint niaa auon bacaxna
a aaiiii) That* sn hopeful aim thai
un*aralanSan it s>a.d.r. ii-m aaaa>
and ptontj of *\itoncv to anow Utat in
aoma oonaMUona a graM daaJ may ba
dona by aaSaOrtallon lo brnic the publk
mind to a iQllliatton ol ttoa naoda of
th* taar In ao far at UUa Oart ba aona
much may ba anaamoliahad and nun*
w\od Stot ar^narafanaanl of anaUaat
tort It roquirod aa wall to produoa and
auatoan lh* NaStonal will va maka lh*
nckt policy alfacUva At match aa any-
UUng at H a t awHar of aaatoa Mm*
' Ow upward STwSMnl
Um laSkaaaai ->!l
___ tooard* U\a aoal
li it inaaaaal up in th* word
cani i^diKUon in Uic buraati of taxatax.
t-furh now diarouraaaa al all knelt i
in* wiwmmiB Ui* aatnt thai naada mo
<" '* fottorPd Th* praaant ral* of Goa
anunant aapandltur* In ralaUon to ih
nallonal inrom* with lh- raoulUnl or
naand tor r-nniia> la on* of lh* prin
obatorlat to Ti-covary ll la diratil>
ODnditciv* to irJlaaaorv and la a aatioui
Ihraal to lh* whola future of thla conn
in' l undarbiuna. aa I wlah to do
M I lad to ov 4 year an oti tht'
tubiorl. tot ma add that non* of ua cat
toll to iwalU* how dUSkult a toak la In.
But th* nead k.
fiathar than hat alraad-t
w*U aa I
. la* mcy to admlnatraUon to aluninoto watt*
M unaacapabln the laaua will hav* \.
l-. f.-*d aaonar or tatar ti ta .
quaaUon of aStocaJnc Uto aataal aorvwet
but of proaaaatog a health* and vtor
nut economy Uta4 artll b abl* to supporl
lhatn and of pravanung lh* altonvatlv.
wtuch Uaay waaUd
in*.
-O m t
stasa
LETTEfrS which ot siqnad with a nom-de-piun.t, buf ud
occompaniad by (he cuMtomary bona fidas. will be ignored
Many such raoch the Editor's das. each wk. and raade;s
art again reminded oi Iha nacassify for th* srrirar'a Dams
ho ba known lo tha Editor, oof foi puMicaiion. but as an I
assuranc* oi oood kt(ui
WE HAVE
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ALUMINUM SINKS wilh SiB|, Dn 7*
ALUMINUM SINKS, 30 iiu. x 18 .
ENAMEL SINKS, 24 ina. x 16 in,. 4 inj
POBCELAIN SINKS, 27 in,. x 18 ^ *J
PORCELAIN BASINS, 25 x 18 ins 4 -
(with or without Pedoatal) a,
COPpKKPIPE. 3-in., '.in., hin.. ,
and Fittings WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD, Sucr_
C. S. PITCHER & CO., LT&
I'li'in.-.: 4472, 4687,
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EDAM CHEESEper lb
TABLE MARGARINEper lb
ROBIN HOOD OATSper pka, ''
QUAKER CORN PLAKES-per p............
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TINNED HAMSeach 3V, ibs '"
TINNED HAMSHi12 Ibs
PINEAPPLE CUBESper lin
PINEAPPLE SLICES-per Un
BLUE CROSS TEA1/ lb pka
TOMATO PUREEper tin
S I AN SI I I || Milll & 10, ITI
tBemdify
yowt
dioms
With Allracllvr
Casrtasins
Vraaes
from our Bid Selection
f CRETONNES sad
tke Feaalar Flowered
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OUAVA CHEESE -Bois
BEMA MOLASSES
OOLDEN CORN KERNELS-Tins
CHEESE-MACARONITim
RHUBARB in Syrup
POM POTATO POWDER
ICE CREAM POWDER- per lb (
COCKTAIL CHERRIES
COCKTAIL ONIONS
PEARS TRANSPARENT SOAP
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ri | -.DAY. MARCH T, | B.YKBADOS ADVOCATE
%M%Z Man Pleads Guilty of Bigamy
Sugar Funds Thought He Could Marry
Again Lawyer Tells
Assize Court
PAGE FIVE
Donkey
Drowned
Mother Gets
Son's Medals
N -i \ II KD.AY tftl Exeat-
y) i opene.i
bt Community Hall and
ryld at BeUeplaln*, Si Andrew.
..rovided for b> funds
wn iron, the Sugar P.enabiliu-
UOO Kund
Arri* nut
; 4 30 p.m. His Ex-
Savage were met
G. C. M. Woodroffe.
Lntftn of the Playing ftala
Cmmittee Representing tha
Committee. Mr. J A. Hayncs
-ed Mrs. Savage to cut tne rib-
bon winch i an across v'.io doorway
on) * 0Den the Co"1"1"1111!' Hall.
flits Mrs. Savage graciously did.
; latform with the Gov-
fjtwr were tin* Chairman of the
Committee. Mr. G. L Farmer.
irden of St Andrew; Mr.
i A. Hayncs, Mr. D. A. Foster;
UC.P-- anf* Rpv- ^anon w H
Canon Read blessed the Hall and
pirated it to me Glory of God.
The Governor next stressed the
co-operation and self
pjlp as the key to success of any
tenure of this kind.
jjr. J. A. Haynes, moving a
\te ol thanks, recalled the past
history of what has grown to be
he Belleplaine Playing Field and
Community Hail.
The Governor then planted a
pre on the grounds of the Playing
Field
The Hall is on attractive build-
ing carefully designed and built
hy Mr. C. Allan. Skinner and
4uds l0 ,no West' of the play-
HM.
Among those who witnessed Iba
opening were: Mr and Mrs. Rise.
\j Tucker. Major and Mrs. Clin-
actiReed. Mr. J E. T. Brancker.
M.C.P.. Mr. F. L. Walcott, M.C.P.
and Mrs. Walcort. Hon. D. G. L.
pile, M L.C.. Mr. and Mrs. D.
A Wiles. Mr and Mrs. H. A.
Viufhan, Miss Betty Arne. Mr.
p p. Campbell. Acting Colonial
Secretary, and Dr. and Mrs.
Gisruuim
At the end of the function a game
of net-ball was played between
two teams from St. Michael. The
Habile Cinema provided music and
nve a Show
pIEE TICKETS to
"Olympii
-J^! lhftW dOC,Jr,lh,d" hl- ABOUT five leet ten
case and that they saw A donkey and cart fell into the Had
f Injury or of blood. Careenage yesterday afternoon Pie. H Burke war killed in 19*
veased smell... B immediately sank to the hot- While In action with th.
brunk. lom Nn ready assistance was Army in r
Jiiere is evidence that the de- *w and the animal was drown- Louise liurk- i
ceased tell from the bed in which cd- rdav from tt.
he was placed in the Casualty to The animal was being guided t*r of National Defence for Canada
the floor which is of cement. The ^Pj)* ln* wtTfront by Charles Tha medals were the 193915
Pat mortem examination was f0"*1 boy * ,8- When trying to Star, the War Medal 193945 the
Court is His Hnm,rJ7hra->.CSier^y,l'.reS'amg ver lhe **r,orme hy third doctor who [" ^e umai and cart around. C.VS.M. the Defence Medal and
Tavlnr ,h "onoUT tne Acting Chief Justice. Mr. G L **" ihat there was a large ??* J*** control <* ln* ,orm*r the Fran,,- darn
thP Uii^S aljJPostP"ed sentence on Frank Lopev after """"""ma above and behind the iSS JIZ car'wn'*1* rolled over Of a jovial disposition, Burke
lhe latter pleaded guilty of bestiality. W ' ear. He |g of the opinion that ^r^UtaSS */" ,T*,v*d hto "rI> *"'
The charge read by the Acting ^StS W .* ""^ *""' St MieSel wT. ^ISS? 3- " -Auust'"* *
Chief Justice to the Grand Jnrv 0fThMefollowing violent In- donkev and ca" th
jury to the head and considers -________!________
pleadrtSv of h PstPn1fd " ?S Gask.n after he
of G^nTs^SK %Z? '* * Cour,
"' ona, and a| in can.
,........ ""*' ana ul its ion- ',r* ,fc- V, "","" "' """
lusion lhe Grand Jury retired I"'c* " voaa sho> >>I>t
i 'he mils i Indictment
At the end .1 thatt labours
evening, tbej m dis-
charged with the thanks of
colony for their services.
The greater part o( the day was
jpaatja the taking of pleas'. Th. JJJ,tay"",'_ '"2" "* ^* j
Vestry Did
Not Meet
which is the instrument th*> m>
iHtttd la have Uraek
the deceased with. tuld have
he c(ausrd thc injuries described
Another doctor states that the
Inuirles could have been caused
the cat- A meeting of the St.
Crown was repiesented bv Miss y In lhe circumsUncea you ** scheduled for ,.
M. E. Bourne Legal Draughts- T'y **" conjid*r that the evi- w" "*>l held for thc lack of
man wraugnw rtence ^^ briefty ^m^ abov# quorum.
is ifufflcient to establish n priiiia Members were to discus;
*<*<** c*e against the accuaed ^rrwpondence l.om the Socul
The remaining cases shculd w,*,fare Officer relative to the
The Charge of the Acting Chief prewnt no dimuli> WW ol 1! It. H. Prinn-
George. When war hroke out he
was workii
At the age of 19 in 1941! lu
joined up for service Mid aft**
i months n.% the
Ltefca arant to Cana
Harold Wright's CdnUl
was never to see BaroaoV
His mother reeoimttd innnori.v
nf him .is .i boy and In tone o'
Michael's -adness told how the receiving o*
cesterday the medals had starred i
of her son.
POULTRY FEEDS
OF ALL KINDS
by
Now obtainable
'nun .
H. Jaa*n Jcnea
al Co.. Ltd
Tile < !..,,:;,-
A." you no doubt'know
an* the Rt. lion lhe Carl ,.f
Signiiiff I'or
Electrit'ih
Justice reads as follows-
Mr. Foreman and Gentlemen I Ilot concerned with the de/ence A,hlne.
the Grand Jury. "ou have merely to say whether Present yesterday were the TWENTY-FIVE more
There are 30 cases on the Calen- 'hj Prosecution have made out a Churchwarden Mi II. A. Tudor, to the Governor in com
-r and one remanet from the T* '"** ,asc- and .vou should Mr E D Motlley Mil' Mr
on w tl
"r Ci. L TAVLOH
Assize Diary
TIESDAV
No. J7-R. v WUfrw, Vounf
No. 2..-R. v Co|v,n Kini
November Sessions" of 1H4B You
will have also to consider that
case u it was not dealt with hv
the Grand Jury at November
Sessions, th.
. Ilnd whenever the evidence ...
sumclemly strong in your opinion
a.- to establish a probable case
against the accused. You need not
C. Browne. Mr. MrDSymnioiiu.
Mr. Trevor Bowring .mi M.-
J. K. C. Grannum
'-'-':~''.'."'" examine all the witnesses tor th.
being ill and una'bfe ,o ippe'aT ESS"* A >'> < ">
following are the rase;
will engage your
3 Sentenced To
Jail For Stealing
ONE APPEALS
THRr.E personsone man and
. the "*o women-were wven ter m'
. Games." "18 of "nprisonment yesterday wlu-i
Girls and a Horse and others can "'"X appeared before Hit w..r
The
which
tion
Murder I; Manslaughter 2;
Causing grievous bodilv harm
with intent 2; Assault with intent
to commit felony 1; Bigamy 1;
Robbery with violence |; Besti-
a'itv |; House-breaking & Larcenv
0; Building-breaking A Larceny I:
Larceny m | dwaUinfbo I
Bnop-breaUna ft Lajreaoy S; Lar-
cenv 3; Delavmi; | letter 1; For-
gerv |; Uttering forged document
2: Damaging in<
twelve of you is necersary.
I will remind \-ou that your
atten- consideration of the cases should
be conducted in secret.
Sharon New
Bell Dedicated
the Barbados Electric I
I in .it U
Advocate Advattl
yeiterdav
The petitions ara
tributed by the Electii
rt* A"n IaUoa
Only Four Days
Copra Comes
Rein a net
Robbery with violence 1.
be dad from the British Council, "'"I" Mr. H. A. Talma for sienlii
Wakciield. where the Show will ney were Cvphene Smnii u dlscrol'tJ" of any jH'rson under the "** would be able to marry aga
.l Murder is the unlawful hilling prej*ion that the magistrate had
by a person of sound memory and lold him that i.ite, (yen years
The Jubilee Celebration of the
oaskin was repreaanted by Mr. Sharon Moravian Church, now 150
t. K. Walcott K.C. who asked thc years old. which was
o.,.UrL',0r len;*ncv He s,d tn*' >!cr w broughv to a close on "Gardenia W l>
rlUSPl ofUe case were ,nat Sund*y "*mn loit when tha calledfroii. St V ,r
cSkS who sfLTwiVh'1, M"?am ^"S which was bou*ht ,o mS
ija-Kin wno stood with him four mark the anniversary was dedl- socia
clays only. She preferred to return rated There was a lane con,.
. r,mS,h5r's home- lictlon preaenl, including reprsOTi-
in lino however, she broughl tatives of other churches. The
him up before a Police Magistrate, service was a vary impressive one
seeking to obtain an alimony or- The dedicatory prayer was otlered
der against him. She failed lo get by the Rev A. C Pilgrim, while
"_ ., the hell was dedicated by the Rev.
Gaskui was under the im- l> C Moore.
Over 800 bags of copra arrive.
for Barbados over the n
as begun last by schooners "Mandalay I
'
25 YEARS AGO
beheld at 2.30 p.m. on Thursday 25-year-olo hawker of Rock
Dd Friday. New Orleans. WuhY rook
^MERE 18 no shortage of lum- j8*"13" ^"e who wan
King's peace with .
thought either express or implied,
'en- For -vour PurP* th* phrase
iglcs and Bnrba- icnccd .to six months' and three "Malice aforethought" means
AaMy to nave a shortage ">0*>h?' impmonment respective!. L%llner an intention to kill or an
of V" - v months." Mr. ,<"' l,1<' larcanj ol 2 ik IkH IntaOtion to hurt, but to hut* by
. ltonai M.i-i.r- rhairman of the '*'longing i0 Helen Shorev and
Lumber Committee told the Adtro- ri .*. l- Me yesterday
He saio tnat the
iiHand had
was sentenced to one month'e Manslaughter
urisonment for itaaling 200 and '
ice afore- Mr. Walcott said. There seemed to
be a misconception among many
people where the seven years was
concerned.
GaiKin then lived with a woman
Arundel Ernesta Phillips. From
iS an act which is intrinsically like- h" h.ev ^l,1^, child?'Land
who ly ta kill. recently went through a forn:
Shingles Arrive
the unlawful
marriage with her. It was usual
for a married man to live with
- th. wiihu,'0malTce^1forethOoUn.0,her """""^ "
|ba deliveries from Canada. property of Germaine Lidwmna on
Mt Herbert ..id th|*. up to the March 6. Cook
^pirsent the devaluation of the
sterling hoi- not affected
i
lumber. The price has not gone JrUl On Boild Fc7
Labourers were busy unloading Ilr,lom.-f.,I D___
aUngles from lighters in the UlllUM IUI r08SeSSlOtl
laoer Basin yesterday morning,
COMK Or' the residents of the <-"ARLES THORPE of Liter- u.
Hall's Road and Delamere a' n.ow *" P"' on a bond for six tk. hi,
Murder Case
In the cose of R. vs McDonald
Holder. Holder Is charged with thc
murder of Anthony George. In
but it was not usual that he would
marry her during his wifeV life-
time.
Mi Walcott submitted that
Gaskin had made a technical
breach of the law. That of cour
Land (Hfb-lett, woo were flooded nJlon,hs "' lhe sum of 2 yester-
Mdof their homes during the night day ;'-v M,r- " A- Talma when he
ajAugusi 31 and September 1. wf fo"nd guilty of unlawful
iruggle lietween' the two men would "* enUUe olner V**}* to
Holder ^alleged to have struck do ,*; but lt was ,nl ?
George several blows with piece ?'i J VK tf cie ta'whfii
rvood. It isalleged that one of ^^ ^S^dV" tna^i
laiKled on his head and leniency except there were any
that blood was seen oozing from peculiar circumstances, .nnd
s left ear. The deceased was Wfl[Cll a warninii was gjyen to the
he now enjoying a better life at
Bay Ei-tnte
onths ago the Bay
was a mass of con-
o as thobc houivs were being
*! but now that ne.irly all
assttsea have been completed,
ai presents a peaceable
ac he people have already
-.. ^.nien plut.s ami hei.
aaare rose trees can be seen.
V..U. iuuiiu guuiy ol unlawful oos- . .Z. -----.----.. T rt""" -""""fc K'veii i
session of a ouantiiv of rum laken lo lne GcneraI HospiUl offender who was obviously
PC. 433 Griffith said on Febru-
!Ri hp wns g0'n8 alonK Bank
Hall Cross Road when he suw
Thorpe with a bag on his shoulder.
He (Griffith) became lumlctOUl
ind ^tripped him.
Ha MKad him where he was
carrying the bag and he said he
was taking it to a shop. He open-
^ edI the bag and wv a demijean
t no* have good roods leading *nicn contained about four or five
their hou:v-s instead of the mud gafJons ,ofw,ru,n- "e "rrested him
* took him to the station.
where he arrived between 3.30 for what had taken place,
and 4 p.m. He was seen by two Sentence was postponed. The
doctors before he died at about Court continues its sitting at HI
1.15 a.m. next day. The vvidenee a.m. to-day.
'Advocate" March ". 1925.
Till: NaUOM MOM MINI
The jmpnivci.Hii.s
bringing
enclosure, which we urM
ARRIVING for Barbados by long a time have been carried out
S.S. Oceawide over the week- but one f our n
end were 34.000 bundles of is still ah
shingles from Vancouver, British of the Nelson tfi
Columbia. blocking en^.
The "Oceaiudie" U expected to and the Wharf to tha central posi-
leave port this evening. tion occupied by the Ga> I
Other steamship arrivals over Trafalgar 9
the week-end were those of the _________
Byffonl" and "Tactician".
The former, calling from
U.S.A., brought a cargo of
Quaker Golden ma ire, pickled
jmrk. paper cones and personal
effects The Tactician" arrived
from Liverpool with salt, whis-
ky, biscuits, canned stuff,
r, electrical, cycle and
motor car accessories, hardware,
tclassware and stoves.
The "Butjord" discharged baV
cargo and left the Mime night for
Trinidad. The "Tacticion" was
-till here yesterday
Messrs. Da Costa & Co., Ltd.,
ara agents of the Tacticiav
while Messrs. Robert Thorn Ltd..
are representatives of the othai
tWO ships
IN OIIII I ISIS IHJ'I
l.l.ASS TOWKI.S, ", each
KITCHKN TOWKI.S. 18e.. 74c., and 78*. each
DAMASK NAPKINS, C5c. each
HICK TOWKl.MNT. in While. Gold. Green, Blue and
Kose ul 70c. and 81c. per yd.
BELLOW COTTON DUSTERS 28*. and 36c. each
C. F. HARRISON
& Co.. (Bdos) Ltd.
DIAL 2664
Wage Freezing Is
Headache For Labour
20/- Fine For
Stone Wound
A FINE of 20/- to be paic ...
14 days on In default one month's
inn id I im.i u
LONDON,
that many encountt'ifo
Road and Delamere Land.
A few retail shops are also
in Hie ana. One or two of
shops were al.-j removed
Hooded areas.
PDOH ALLEY, thc road be-
tween Messrs. T. Herbert's
* yard and Me-.yrs. General '4 days on In default one month's Trade." Union Congress leaders
Sfatrs Ltd sugar bond, is now Imprisonment war impose 1 on Ina astutely avoided the wage-freese the trade union movement.
>* repaired after many years. Hayncs of Roberts' Tenantry yes- issue until thc election wa, over The journal frankly admits that
Hi alley was in a very bad tenlay by His Worship Mr. H. A. but with more than live million ,he majority in favour of wage
Mm One person told the Talma for wounding Samuel workers clamouring for Increases freezing was so narrow thai it
fcoraie yestei day thc roughness Holder with a stone on October 13, the problem ran no longer be ',now not likely to onerale.
f lh-____i __ WnrVarr nil 1 t-Ji i-1l*l>>,>. n
By FRED
By Mail).
Big wage-freeze problems facing Prime Minister Clement rom, , ,nc French prcincn, M
Attlee's precarious second administration threaten to lead Auriol, and his wife who are ache.
to widespread labour unrest.
U.K. Prepares For
President Auriol
0 Froa P;e I
Princess Margaret will play I
prominent part in the state wel-
i
'ALL STORES SELL
j-'llUI n^a.
the ronel unco caused a P.C
Ihlef. He said that the
af was caught m a nearby bond
morning and bounded
ah the Bruces Alley with the
m m hoi pursuit. The thici wai
j faster than the PC. but
fortunately -.epped on a pro-
ttwog itono hi the alley and was nno ankle
Vyill-N 1NTEHV1EWED by th
^lerday a few
"sain, who were waiting un-
' Bun Stand foi
I that they very much ;ipprc-
1 the two shelters that are
the wage-freeze
ith's imprisonment" by Hip ticular and trade union policy
Worship Mr. H. A. Talma yes- during thc months ahead in gen-
lerday
The offence
March 4.
.'as committed on
Still lii Hospital
duled to arrive at Buckingham
Palace tomorrow. She met Presi-
dent Auriol In the spring on her
way home from her Italy vacation.
Both Princesses will be present
atf all major functions planned for
thg French President's visit. They
include a full-scale banquet .it
Itiukmgham Palace tomorrow, eve-
ning, a reception a, the Foreign
Office, a civic luncheon ;it n.
Guildhall, and a commani
performance at Coven.' Garden.
During hi* stay in the United
, failure is bound to have serious Kingdom it is expected thai Prasl.
icLHrcussions. Ul,t Auriol will offer a return
More than five million workers invitation to t|>e King and Qtw n
cral. are involved in wage increasu to visit h.m in Paris next autumn
The wage-freeze policy is in fact demands. neuter.
virtually dead.
As the narrow vote showed at
the January conference ol trmii
union executive' there is wide-
Workers on the sliding scale
'dependent on the official cost of
The T.U.C. -'crLvs" committed living tabulations) have ,ire:i,u
4 ln wvoiauvnu a waivfT dovs_to coiuvjer tiie situation, rise in the cost of living. Other
FOR obstructing P.C. 262 Clarke Th' General Council of the T.U.C. unions have lodged bift claims. If
while in the execution of his duty. nas already asked the new admin- 'bey persist in their demands, the
Merlon Russell of Waterhall Land istr.ition for an early meeting to Journal says, their success
Final Decision
said that the aulhtuit
nlna. to think of tlu-
J* "' " public but anotnoi
t that the rneltcrs would
[**! more convenient if cal
l*few hawkers, who v,
g1^*1?- ban an as and caki
Charles McConnev of Brcrcton
ore VilliRe. St Philip, is still detained
1
the General Hospital after d for an air||
Leaders of the three million
content among the union WmATSr^Z^ti
'^n/wLdle'rontrovcrsy is over- "'M * "" ""*' *
straight $1.40 a week
soon.
having fallen fiuni the lorry P-147
ast Thursday. The lorry Is the
property of Carnngton's Factory
rae being driven along St.
Davids Road. Christ Church, by
Of the Electrical
nloa era alraialj callam
for strike notice to be given,
The 4&0.000 strong National
The hostility to uio wage-fi*e"e
is certain to be accentuated as the
full effect o( devaluation Is rr-
flected in rising prices. Polling rc-
,.my industrial areas Unioii of'Koilwaymcn are expect-
KB|y of ,hc erec-t.o.1 of the ^ ^ge the ne JJ thS ocTur" ***'*' ^1 HS^SJS^i in* m ra,ly "^ l" "" '
^/evV^^/H0^J^hT. *S~_Jg2*" abUl lhC ,or W in** 'or lower-paid
workers.
The 55,000 I^ndon busmen are
unhappy about rejection of thc
sick benefit claim which they sub-
,* f not surprising becauM rence\ onna),' bacH and head ,., ( |,vlng.
^1 these hawkers were tak- wore mjurwi-
. "P more room under ..._
Jhan the passengers.
" INTO me Central
LOOK.
lUtl
ion yesterday disclosed
nxenl promotions have been
- aomc former Lance-Ser-
"" could now be seen with
T wown, and (ormcr Corporals
S L Sgt. stripes,
ac*,' k.
Confessed
Under Torture
SOFIA, March 6.
Mlhail Shipkov. whose "cor-
fession under Bulgarian Police
Je who wire recently pro- torture"" was made public by the "J* *JJ" ^l"'
g: LSgt. K. Innii. and Unfled States SUte Dep^tmct ang Srf^clllf tlS
mc. \J(ighan to Sergeants, haj "'Bht. was put on trial hare .,)0 miners ^^ _
JHvnes and Cpl. J B>-ui today as a "spy and American d Won of lhcir national exacu-
^ce;Sergeants and H.P.C. iit"- Uve to support thc wag.
Need For Unity
In view of the Socialists' slim
majority trade union leaders are
expected to stress the need for
unity.
The increasing use of the block
vote by the T.U.C. General Coun-
cil is symptomatic of the widen-
ing gulf between thc leaders and
fter a bal-
ote "the miners revtraed th
stituted for
demand.
leaders of the 700.000 mineis
are meeting in March. They want
a higher cost-of-living bonus foi
lower-paid win
eivants are protesting
about thc Ttaainr)
halt til wage IM
teachers too are demanding more
pay.
The unofficial dockers' commit-
tee are defying union leaders and
pressing for a new ihuiici
which would give them a subs!
tial increase in pay.tl.vs.)
I UITIFIL
AST-rt-tlEAl
KbOOH COVERING
*SILVER STAR'
C0NG0LEUM
J*Can* and PC E Codd-rd
L Sgt- w
Tta-Hc
*V/^^ 750 a m n Sunday
^ "larle, Walcott of Brittons
-"M found lying under a tree
ilaaf" Church.
in an unconscious con-
*nd wai uken to Uic Gen-
^j^NMtal where '
aas i"y <'mm.ssior.er
PSthTL1*" " ,s
ilL17*.aen*or Officers' Course months
Kr~l>,,l'' W. a Farmer Council
l\^"^ arttv,ll>%A A^n__r.___ ____a_
Shipkov, an employee of the ^^y \f th* powerful Transport
American Legation was arrested and General Workers" Union had
he wage-fieeze
ell have been defeaud at
ournal of the
_. Office Workers.
whose secretary. C. J. Geddes. It
n member of thc TU.C General
C'ouii'il. reflects the disquiet in
Byer was the person re- and forced to make a false con- (Ouowed
t for making the Police fesslon, released and sent back to mi-ht wen i
k^V"! Trafalgar Squa.i- whilo his post on condition that he be- tne January meeting
^jVrudsrd is Clerk in the came an informer, and was re- Comment Irj the In
'Jjmmr'.ioner's Office.
Comment
arrested last August, the State union * **l
Department sad Beater.
Russia'i Absence Did
Not Stop U.N. Work
LAKE SUCCESS, March 8.
Closing the tenth session of the
Economic and Social Council here
President. Dr. Santa
aid that Russia's
beance during the last two
had not prevented the
m doing conatmctiv*
j^jrwolnted Acting Deputv work, and International coilaboa-
^""W of P, Sevter.
U It ATM ON TO-DAT
Court of Grand Heasiaaa st
ie.ee a.m.
Meetins >.I House of Aisena-
hl> at 2.00 Pin
Priaeea Auee aad Bart as*
\iiiiunr arrive S.ee p.aa.
Mobile Cinema, Colleu.ii
Area. HL Lacy at 7,ie a.m.
Soring Life
is our first
Duty!
Your Phpalrien, your Druggist Hare rhrovpli long pear> of
professional Iraininp developed fine judgment In anali-iina
and solrinp pour health probletia. -This fine judgment, which
comes from acouirinp rpeciallred knou-Iedoe and applyinp
that knowledge to practical nfaationa has
ssced .)>anu a life.
for accuracy and con.tdenre. let us /III
Ifour next prescription.
kMi.ms imn.
STOHKS.
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POEURIPIIONI
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og aAtBA Shsmilnq tfaJidd with appJwfViixds woJtdi
to tfjuml ipuA JurfatiuBA and pwuids. 12c, 18c, and 30c.
f.V I Of* AIX Hffi'
and Into 1950
WAY...
with Flying
Colours
111 \HAI.L~
N. B. Di
'eliveries ton
lilt. BCST VALUE ON WHEEL*
be ged in lhe U. K.
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TIIK CHILDREN!
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THE VOICE OF A STRANGER
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a. the undereurned beg to thar.k .,
ai *M ( *** *T**h > "
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^Za-T<*ein " ' u"lh* 'daughter.
*" to Annie Waterman ..!..
Go-"**
eephew*
T 3.1.
thsn
l^jrrte Murphy b*ga lo
,*I%p. mended the Funeral. _,.
*.. irtMre endeawd* or "> "> .w?>
^awd aado lance in ner rocsnt be
^^-t through ">* deaih alnfrW
I ggbert Murphy Ule driver
I Cunard. Glliter Ha v. s*
TSW-U,
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iJao in
- kUchen.
ord*e-ci f- .T^ "m Um* I liVSH '11IK
_ FRESH BREAD
e*cn piiiih -- _
*w_%eatry.. .tatm*- thir
orcome bound with ihe
- even! of the.t Tender
or th* du# ruiAimcnt
In CrlUle Bt
willinaiv
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IN MEMOHIAM
r dmr bcUncd
^iSBKATTUCE ho WMTOd thli
"Ttb, lUron 1M
%^ but not io"W .
^^uo. Btfrow and Fmi|y

noro than
wluch th* milk will be suo-
TuborruhHU
Apply: Mr. K M' \ cauto (r^
T J.30*nj pUd are
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By uj-drr.
_E. C, REDMAN.
Clerk, SL Mlchwl', Vpttrv
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WWWTIVE
KOtOR CYCLIC Drfln One O
"V 1 HP Veloctftc Molar Cycle in
Rebel conditton noiug rheap Manhuli
I Efwant* Phone J433
J 2 SO2n
CJVOw Ford Prefwi 1M model in
n awe condition Apply Unite-l
a* CD Roebuck St Dial 2141
3-T-n
BJ^J- rV" 'U'm.hed Apply:
n, !*?: *'****" Maxwell
DIM OBt. 7 3 50-UB
Coaal
Jg*gWM> WI* P-Hv to Mfc,
lLi.u.n^*Lt*,> lto,T>' "*** ''
sandhurat' fit I^wronce ldl \an,
wn Boautllul aettln Lovely botch
ha\-e to leave toon Phone M0I
4 3 :& .!
NOTICE
an ,/ARi OF ST. i i Mi-
A'' iirmi. parOiMM
JttlMt the ParUh _.
Blaned.
O. & CORBIN.
Parochial Treamurer,
St. Peter.
,_________________ 4J.S0tn.
LN PORT- 3ch U*h-.v, S ** T\ U* UvW",; ***" -
Mutati Belle WoUe. -tah Mary M S3 ByfMrd 1 l tnnt r*i rt
U-%, Yacht Leandar. Srh Mma Mac. l^tar^dWnTfSn cC", Jjj.
Sri Ziia wr-nlta. *h United Pilcnm BobeTTvin^id ^^
?..**!-,? M.T*f^u"- *" laiudalpha. S s Oreanatde. 30i vH. ,-* Caw
m...i. .i *- mk_ mm. H um. ,< caw
Ai*lol4. from 91 Iu. .A^u. H V LM. J.v J~SIl"-t f-.ni
- -^ . Js-5 W'-.-uS.-Sr-D^
Schooner Ownara Aaavi-i-n -ra.-a JTZ" -LrT.'?.1"-
Cap* Wallace., from at Vincent. AcenU:
w Trinidad: Afe.it-
3 3 TacUcaan. 3.734 tone net. Cap* ben thorn Ud
IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION
i-
CABLE and Wlrateea iWeaat
lad. adviar that the-v can noa*
"ivate with the followind ihipa I
heir Rarttadoe Coaan Soiiion:
3 3 NtdardaJ. V T Votee Ooraure. _
3unra. 19 nlue Maater. Itiahupdale
""*' -f A"^** Rafney. 3 S Fh-anUUa S3
mu- t<>liate*. s 3 Recant hi S S
"a* apeclaJiat. 3 3 Matin*, a Nor-ee-
Saabreeee. 3 3 Wlneum. M V
I **. B Run*. S S
r .o*n riantat, Mr. Etneat Prench,
Mi- niale latal. Mlaa Euajene
"rap. Q*ltM-i- Vimv. Vr Uaaa
ran MafaMNr. \tra Aotocnaeiie. \tn
Cnn-ie OaBdry. Matr Joaeph Oaidry,
Mm Kvetrn Fearnam. Mr. Waiiar l<\ n
Mr Bnc Oeaan. Mr ArUwr JanMaon
Inc. Mra. Aktea lan-anM, Mr Charlrc
Pitt Mlaa AnawW Bayc l*d, Leotu
ok* Mr l-oo MaaiafcLMr OaraW
****, NCr. BkaaBff Flvmi. Mia Jmi.(e-
Mr Phyllta Fl.wlUUtn.
Mat MicaMet nuwilUam, Mr Kl FRi-
l,tUZn;2*r ? laaBa-ar. Mr Kla.ii..
TMil. Mra Molly TnarU. Mr Gyn
yOIMtrax Mra .Marie DeVaux. Ilr
Err-une Ford... Ml. Eunice, llaynea, JMi
Mark Bell, M.tr Franc*. Klrion M u-
Gums Bleed,
Teeth Loose!
, s..-
Mn ^
8 HermiNon. S3 3 Roaa. 5 3 Rwcetua, 3 3 Brttln-e- s -
Morrnncul*. S3 CJty O* Brtatol. SB. Atnharal. 3 8 Atafa l^eJl.
S-:a. ^ ^.st >s iv.isarrri&ass.'^
Stone. S 3 Pner^^bnar^. s 3 OalU- '-- S^ 5 "- AJOD* **.
_. I**uia. SB Antaua. ft.3
naila, 3. Datn Linden. 3 fit. loida
ntajuay. 3 S Lolde Paraafnav. S s Sti-
line. n MamnaiMiU. 3 8. Del MaT. lonhryatn.
0UJal>4iL
Ua-roae. 3 s Oodd.nouth. t* 3 Ciuadr.
iT*a.i-A,raU*aV"- S*>H*
-- Sj H* T Nuuer. S3
?^fU. 8 8 MotandaUa. S 3
MBaMaT
C4*-Ri.taa Ml.ix. oi ol the beat
*J eutt" dUI aolni rlronc. Alwayr
drt*n, In pood condlllon
H)|( price Apply: .strauann
,Jaraa. Street B2.SO-tf.fi
W *MH
COOK Apply with rrferencea Mr.
1. L TAYLOR. Klntrton Plata,
-Velchea. St Michael.
S3 SO3a
Kpa-llixni Minor 8 IIP
daTlaW mile, l.ikr new. Morrl. S
9M Mod-I. T.800 mile.. Evcellenl
oa. Ford V-B IB37 Sedan, only
_ nika. Prke reatonable. Fort
M Guur Lid Telephone 4M-4.
4.3.S03n
KeJaaaardt H P IIM1 Model
aaaa-n n aocldant Can be aeen .11
n> baaji Oflm m writing wl
I p rn Friday loth
A. Lynch A Co. '
e*
7 I I
LitESTOCK
iraded Guemaey Cow. 3rd
d t weeki Cllvlni 34 pi.
able a. a family cow
st .homa*.
l.l.tP ..*
A OIRL. Counter aaalatant lor our
More Apply in peraon 10 Oeorfe
Ward Co St. Lawrence Ch. Ch
4.3.50sn
A STENOGRAPHER A TYPIST
1 Female! for our Office Apply in paraoe
','.'LMT^.i^f-p',cnUon 'Tld rrterencea
KN'IOHTS LTD.
3.3 30 (In
WANTED
A Teacher for the Analican High
School nor airl.i. Grenada Application*
i.tainut guahneationn ihould be addreaa-
ed lo the ArcHdeacon of Orenada. the
Rectory, SI Geoiae'*, before the end of
March. 43M-
MISCELLANEOUS
MO RELIABLE RIDING HORSES
Ifea* broken prlca. WO. $300 Ring
Pnverbi & Co Ltd
33 3 30 o d iw
Wlla- Bull Temer MattirTa. i-even
* iM Tm femnlea and one male
mar e>c*!lent walch-dog* Dtal
T.l 30Jn
MKAL
PASSFNGF.nS- Three >3i fo. St Vin-
0H "> chartered pUne leavini seawelJ.
Barbadoa. on Tueaday. Tth Ma.ch at 3
pm Para 37.w> par paaaue. For
further Infoimatloii pleaae apply lo Ont-
-an Waal Indian Airwax Ltd. Dial 37H
w *. 43903n
V. \NTED TO RKNT
iBA-SlDE PREMISES-Suitable I
Mcenied Chib. laillnga. Worthing
St. Lawrence Particular*: Apply: B
A A Co Advocate Co.
S 3 O l
BICYCIES. Ladle. A Qanto
las Rod.te.. A Carrier Cyclee
tedman L Taylor'. Oaragi
4303 A 4433.
4 3.50 3n
L"LCB CARRIER CYCLK4Alao
BlUn Onu and l^dlea Spneta Auto
BkCo Trafalgar St Dial MOO.
JTLE cine Ladiea nicvele Sport'
BtaanaaHe with light and ahoppim
IBB Pri-^MOOO Dial 3400
T 3 50Sn
CELLANE0US
BOATS-Thr-e i3l H.hlng
*y Oeomc Merittt. c.-iribl>eaii
M Fontabelle.
3.3 50an
Tllit. i:pns m Table and Dea-
|w*. Fork*. Spoon., Carver*,
pnat Spoor.i A Knivc rlc. alto In
a Dial 2039 or vi.it our Iron A
.ptpt BDOS CO-OP COTTON
53.50.-3n

km
UDUCTIONS c r
Art Department have
ill but interaaUng col-
Rep.oduction. Among
"led a.e Braque. Dufy.
nd Toulouae-Laulrac
3 3.503n
SHARKS- Ha.badoa Foundry, Central
Foundry. Barbadoa Ice Company arK
Barbado" Telephone. Preference. Mr
Webb. Phone 31M.
3 3 50 Sn
SHARES: Barbadoa Co-operative Bant
Share* Beat Prioaa paid. Noorah Slnu.n
Telephone SOB). .3 50-7.-
LAflGE RARY'S CRADLEIn goad
condition with or without maltreea
Approximate Ue 5 x 3 ft Phone 3105
_____________________ T.3.3B3n
NOTICE
, .y^S-T""*". "HMd on ih. ,.
;" TOIOIK Ton wl|| b.
.w at lht AUnrtiw in wen quln
tiilM . my be required from time u
"me. (cm 4 period of one < 1 year com.
mentint on 2Sth M.roh. It
J P""> UMftUW l,,u.l .ubtlUI
it?!? .^ii '" i>P"'ly nu.luied
Pwn. willing lo become pound
in. miccewiui tenderer for the dut
formuice of th. contnet.
Tt. appro.un.ie quantity of milk re
;.^fT. rT**rv'e* ,h* 'Wtl lo accept Ih.
[T^l m* V"n w !>'-' >r ih*
P-.1T of tth '* qu*r"u>'
All tenderer, for the .upplj of milk
mun forward .1 rertlflcnte from a duly
qualified Veterinary P-ctitiwr ihi
1 he rani, from which the milk 1. .up
p 2? I1* ,r** ,0,m Tul>e-rculotii
TST?"? dOW not b,nd ""m^lvea U
accept the lowe.t or any tender
Acting Clerk. Poor Law Guardian*
,_________ 30.3.5O-Sn
' par-
NOTICE
PABISH OP it. PETKB
Wanted by ihe Health CommU.iorieri
* the above Pariah, two fully qualified
juraa.. to perform the dutlea of Dlatrlct
" "*M'' lh* .Hur-1 Ar"' *>')
00 per month and tS.OO per month
houae allowance,
l One for the Urban Area..
AKRIVAIri By B W I A L.
Fiom irirudatd:
Metroa Shadack. Bud Niool, Jamea
IffMoL Hj-eb-n Gabe. Man- Gato*. Samul
aabe. Florence RJatk. John WUka. Olga
e\. Harold Rigga. Edward Hopkln,
alary I
FURNISHING
liemu
Drawing Room Alaraclloiu.
Morna Straaarrutned and level -lit'.
FUrruture. Tub and olhc Can**
MatooatMty Furtuiuie. Cocktail
H and Fancy Tablea ani.
Stool.. Barblce and Uprigt"
Chain
Dining Room and Paxlroon. At-
trarthon.: Malugany. Fir and
Iron Bedateada. Wardrobe-. Linen
Pre.ara. Vaiutka. Dining Tables
Sideboard.. Kitchen .utd China
L'uUinet.. laardera A Waggon.
Office reretda Deak.
Shapaa and naea.
i>iiihie-tireeurih OrTlce
Chain.
In averal '
fiaatTfWMftB.
tog *-i
LS. WILSON
Trafalgar S-reet
tti.00 per .
Application! muil be accompariied bv
poclor Certificate and Bapli.mal Certl-
ncate.
Application, will be received by the
ndemgned up to March 15th at 10 a.m
rjr further particular, apply to the
Signed. G. S. CORBIN.
Clerk of the Commiaalonen of Hralth,
SL PaUr.
4.3.50411.
untr. SL C
HiUn**>, *a*a/. Evelyn Xltnu
Martin. Waiter King, wuim
^BfMBgM Ibarviaon. Loui. um Vera^i
"TT** n" Blaaak. Clatrto. Er..
"Tuce. Carolyn EMweaMa. Dorothy Rai
>. Jaamea Har.-iap. Denrila Barctaa
AhUMna. Vwv^. sun, V.,.s*erv 1 rTnci
rtutvhiitaon, Abdray White. J**. NUetet
Ethellne Manning. Rita Rodrigue,. alUll
Ktonrinun. tt.id lUfcOBrtavi. ULLan Rn-
btrt-i W.Uiam RoOea^,. T.phn.
Innin\ John Itobitaaon. l*orieu kaavl.
l*y saarle. ciarle Lke, itruce locke
Lippr Brand. Farmer, o-ar Spencer,
From La. Oumara.
Claude Oaiclry. Carlo. Urnanria.
From st laafia:
llenrietu T^edone. Bernadetta Thedore.
Amelia Harelle, Cmg John Stow Kd|.
fnZ"'SU'Ki!""y 'Wb-- G"'
Caaariea Pierc*.
Mom Anlurua.
Mr* B. Smart.
Prom Orenada
Abel De FWitaB
Prom Triudad.
Hanny Week.. Lewi. Chmacho, Hilda
Cairtarno. Alan Seale. MaJcMm pn>vnr|>.
Thareaa GorraM. Mary Hendny. Chabit)
Lanyon. Mavi. Glib*.*. Pearl 3*1 Her
\rihur Shenfleld. Louia Spenue. luta
^orna^rol. Algpr Rnbartaon. ComilU
Paaaa. Philip Laitimer. Clement Ch*der>
on. John GelUrd. Slade Hard}. H>mi....i
.....IW
liom Orenada
Marlorie Evana. Georga Evana. Dn-ut I
nown. Hennette Copeland. Ke.ih Wellv
Alaaaain Smith. Ann Smith. Alfred
Many, Kcnntc* Milne. Richard Budd.
DaS>ARruREB Bv P.W 1 A 1
F. Trinidad
latdy Mary MonrralAe, Mr Naaro Cnl-
'ado. Mra Joaephlne dallado. Mr
Cleophaa Quaahie. Miu Paula Hell Mr
Herberl Hell. Mra Mar)ria Hell Mr
Andre-w Lyich, Mr. Cyril Hodge. Mr.
PU Hodge. Mr. Jamea Hodge Oal
IWi. Mra Barr. Mra Edith rr-nr
Hugh Wllkui, Mra IJUalwIb Wilkiu Mr
Milton Klrvaa. Mra. TT*lrrai Klrton.
Mia. Mildred King. Mi a. Haael Boyve
Mr. Jean Rudney. Matr. Stuar*. RuAYicn-,
Mr Kanrarth KuMna-y, Mra Ameli-. !
Vriaa. Mlaa Jaanette DeVire- Mr
tarhartaa OeVrlaa. Mr. Robert T wnr,
Mia. Olga Fnvu.lln. Mr Ctarioa CTCa-a-
nor. Mr. Geocgr Qaldrj, Mr. Ttnckan
Por Orananav
Mra Ada Lellirur-ell. Mlaa Edith Lfary
mi Ragiruid Myer. Mra EUie afjfer,
Mi Hagtraakt Lopea, Mr. William !*.,:
Por Jamaica
Mr. wniiam Andaraon. Mr Praajeri. k
RMih. Mr. Arthur Jewvat. Mra Mar-
tarei M,Car*Jv.v. Mr Cl.lea Mcc-r."-.
Mr. Francla Buyla. Mr William 'oiuw
aon. Col Waller Oalver
For St Lucia
Mlaa SybU Welch. Mra niutbet.i Paw-
d,nand, Mr MeDonaJd Fee^irawad, CM
Cric Jaanga.
For Anllgua.
Col John Branch
MAIL NOTICES
MAILS *e Tnnadad by the tM-|niaaw
ilia */on.ia win tar clo-aau J( me Gan-
r.al Pbei OfAoa aa under
l^rreL RaglMrewd and Ordirjarj' aUa
1 30 p m on the ate, March 13|e>
Mwila fo. St Lucia, st Viricaatf.
CienaaU. and Arub-a by the M V Dgagf-
uood. will be r-toaert at the Gna*xml
Hoal Ofnc* aa under:
Hare*!. Raguaarad and Ordinary MaUIa
at 13 IS on the- 7th March IW.
SHIPPING NOTICES
Slop Pyorrhea and
Trench Mouth
in 24 Hears
rreack Mouth, or iff, had dtaeaaa thai
ill eveatually caw* .. 10 to*, ail yea.
te^ih aad ha., la wear la la* teetk befaee
oar time Mara Ihe (real Warld w
thaae niouih d^laaaae. haea .faraag ramajk-
out taa world aa thai now adentlMa aa>
Ihat fear out of .very flv. people ... .ul
ferwa aoaner or later He weraag m dm.
and .tap three dla.aa*. befor* It te tOelata.
bacaaee they often cauae nor ealy Ik. loan
.1 tr.th. hut ahw chronic rkjaraatiHa and
heari trouble ^
Kbw DimtM f
'-u the discovery of an Anuriean
acurti.i naht. to.., treuhlaa la a aewMd
qul.k -ay II pen.iratra right te Ihe rest
of the trouble, .top. gum. from tueealna
the eery flrat day. eatfekty tahea Iks au.iT
w'i1.**? Tfca'altowiag l-,ter free. Mr W
W U allow, ihe r..ulti that AmM- u.f
get I .uffered from 1 reach afeuth and
Pyorrhea fo. tan year* My aua*. war. *-<
nd blreding and I had litToir t.Via
whit. ...eral other teetk, -a.T-itTin.
all ihe time I l.ied many thlnaa ajkl
i*W diico.i
orensaa la my
day. aad la
I.,!h >,.*
aa -., tSttSX
NOTICE
THE Pe-rochUl Trssauret Office of
I. afjcaaaal will be clo.rd at ij n-fior*
nn/RSDAY. the inn Mar,,,
GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
IBM
PRHCY H. BURTON.
Paa^icruaJ Traaaauer,
Bt Micii-
7 3 30- 2n
PERSONAL
Tray public are hctrliv ruined .ig^nn
(JVlng credit lo my *ifr CLADY
RirrCJBBR inae aandiaordi aa I do no
'..Id no-elf rwaporunble for her or any
oiw eiae oDntraoUn*; any debt oe debt. I
rro name urues. by a written order algnc
by me.
Signed NATHANIEL BUTCHER.
___________________ 7 3.50- Ir
JMIoid kgagal Roecbal paint* In
iaaiOraen m Six Gallon drum, a
BPV?*"V APP'> The Standard
*0il Co.. 14 Swan Street. Tele-
5 3 502n.
I SHEETS In 24 a 20 gauge
'. n. and 9 length, tic
Ma 1/13. It. i,. 5/10 nnr)
^j1 .lie*. Enquire Auto Tyre
r Trafalgar 3rert
LOST A FOUND
LOST
s\W.K}->TAXE TICKETSariea N Mil.
Mnder pleaae return aame to lha Advo
c-le Advt Dept Keward oftereu
SWAkfAlAKE TICKETSeile. Q104:
Finder pleaae return asme la Olance
Phillip., Planer Pond. St. Thoma*.
7 1 503n
NOTICE
fSS," *. Mir.AII.
hf ^, '" 1 .1 ...I..1.1
I- *-*D. J AfiHJlY
** of st !
3 3 907n
Relief
^Backache
t
* "'oka OoonT PiaV*
g^y' L'P ariih rataxUeoa
g,.^**^ BOffi bOaiaaJiev
T WaiT**' nhtt*. OUliJ
"r** "J louiu or ihg
!. ~T*** uuuroen due to
iaaT?? *Uoo when yuu
tt-ni B2U&
JT? "*? >t>bon.
SWEEPSTAKE TICKET-Serie* P
Finder pleaae return aante lo 1
Jonea, Ea.t Point, St. Philip.
7.3.60- In
Pi H1.11 VII. I- %
AUCTION
WEDnTEBDAY Oth at 1 p m BELF1E1J1
HOUhMNQ SCHXMK. BLACK HOCK,
double roofed board and arungie houa.
with dani-kitchen. W C Bath and water
n the yards IB a 10 x 0 painted In ai
mi. land can he tensed 00c per month.
Ca.li on fall of Hammer
R ARCHER McK7.ir.
AggUO 0M
: 1 ... h
NOTICE
PARISH OF ST 1 mi li-
IS.Miled Health Visitor for thr parlii-.
Sr. Philip. Muat hold R 3,1 Cartlflr,
Mary mood per month Applk-atvi.
actompanlad by Bsptinnal CtrlincB'
ind HenlUi Crrtlfaonte muat reach Chair
man not later than st.i March iMO
H. C. MANNING. >sq
Aquatic < ... 111.
St Mit-bnt-i
7 3 S0-3r
OFFICIAL NOTICE
BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT lilll OF
ATPKAL
lEqulUble Jurladictlonl.
QBOROI ALLBYNI
By Atty REBECCA 3EARLES
ALVA FIT7.-OERALD KELLY
Dtf.adaat
IN punuancc of an Order In ihu Court
in the above action made on the 4lh day
of January. 1000. 1 give notice 10 all
peraon. having any ealale. right or inler
aal in or any Hen or incumbraivce affect-
All that certain piece or parcel of land
(formerly part of the land. >! CefBpM
ituale in the pan.h of Saint
Jama, and t.land uf Baibadoa aloraaald
containing by admeasurement two roods
be the uim more or let* abutting and
boundina un land* uf A Jordan on land,
of the Ealale of EHiabelh Sandiford, de-
ceaaed, on land* of the EaUte of Nathan-
iel Lords, deceased .and un a rued In
1 or however ebe the une may
id bound, to brina before ma an
account ol their uld rlalma with their
. document- and voucher., to
ned by me on any Tueaday, or
Friday between Ihe houn of 13 .nd 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the
Ace of the Clerk of tbe Aaalitanl Court
of Appeal at the Court Houae Bridge
town, before the "th da> far Match. 1W0
inter that inch claim, may be ranked
according to Ihe nature and priority
ARRIVAL OF H R H PRINCESS ALICE
1. On Tuesday the Tth day of March, 1950, between the hours
of 4.00 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. no vehicle or pedestrian shall be allowed
to pass through or remain in Trafalgar Square or Trafalgar Street
between Bridge Street and the Public Buildings gale.
2. No vehicle shall be allowed to pass or remain between the
Victoria or Chamberlain Bridges along the Wharf.
3. Only vehicles conveying persons who have received special
invitations to the enclosure shall be allowed in the Public Buildings
Yard, and they shall enter by the North Gale. All other vehicles
will park In Palmetto Square, as directed bv the Police.
4. After the ceremony vehicles parked in the Public Buildings
Vard will leave by way of the South Gate.
5. Prisons lining the route are roqudarted to stand on the South-
ern side of the road only.
Made under Rule 22 of the Bridgetown aad Speightstown (Traffic)
(Amendment) Regulations, 1943
COL, R. T. MITCHELIN,
Commissioner of Police.
Police Headquarters,
Bridgetown.
Dated 5th March. 1950.
hen heard
n ;t hour, after .,..
nad .lopped Ue.din.
nouth disappeared it
week. 1 found iha<
l' nahler and that____
el uf food/
Ouar*inlaa|
Att'M. ork. .o fa.i aad ao rertola last
f ! trnaranired lo atop your aum. I------
feeding, end eore mouih .ad tight.. ,Var
.aii.farilea ae
OjBfdaj
(Te.lng "|h. "daaieV, "fToln VlTTaaMlaa.
The M.V Daerwood wlU ac-
cept cargo and Paaeenger. lor
St lAieta. 3t Vincent. Orenada.
A-uba. mailinf Tueaday 7lh March
The Schooner United Pil-
grim 8" will accept Cargo and
Pasaengera for Si Lucia, islllng
Tueaday Tth March.
Tlta Wonlta*
The Schponer
will accept Cargo
lor Trinidad, nailing Wednr.ua>
Bth March
B.W I. SCHOONER OWNERS'
ASSOCIATION INC
Conaignesa
MONTREAL. Al-T.AU' -
ZEALAND LINE LtMiTTP
"ANi) LINE1
MB "PORT PTRIE" I. achadulPd ta
aall from Sydney January lain
'tth Txintd* bwU a^B^OaT
>*"KAIPAKt- f. .chedulad to Mai
rom Port P-rie January Tth, Bunala
January 10th. Bsaaty Potal Janata**
3th. Halbourna January Mth. SydraW
'ebruary in. Brt.bana February lOBl,
'rrrnng ,t Trinidad about 10th Match
Thaae vaaeala have ample) apwos nar
Chilled. Hard Prsrs. ^loi^esTTVr
Cargey aarewtad on Through BUU 0
and Lee-ward laUade
'raaSSS Agent*: Trinidad
DA COBTA Co. LTD.,
AganU: nsrbadoe.
V 9ac
SOL'TBBOl'ND
CANAU. -\ -aaVJCS
r af Ship
S At'r^a- StiVJS'' -*ru.V -Oth
s S ALCOA PATRIOT March t.ih
SailUaB evary two weeks.
S S. "BYrJORD-
R1W TORR SFRVKC
Salla
New Yeeh
rtbruary 34th. March Bth.
Arrlree
mne La.a on '.turn .
.hatv .
daage.a lr-m
... ..n., ,rouble. Oel lr-m,
irnilat tods* under It... Iroa-c
Amoaan gig-*
'Or l-r.rrt,,. fr..,li
Cannon (iu lloipiair
3 BOtUNO TU'KNFTtS
I GHUJ. BUHNER A PAN
i.lOJILS ENAMEX FINISH
ShnwTuum. Ha. "su
FISH FOR LENT
British Kippers
Norway Kippered Herrings
Tins Mackerel
H Herring in Tomalo
Sauce
., Fish Cakes
Red Salmon
Chum Salmon
Pish Cakes
Sailed Fish
Boxes Bloaters
NSW ORLEANS SIRVICI
naila
New Orlaaa*
February Oth.
Pod nd.
Arrive.
Uaro.l.i
February JJrd
Marcn 4Ui.
.iSriLi- 2* COSTA A CO LTD -Canadian Service.
H*>BUtT THOM LTD.-New York aad Gull Service.
si'KIALIHT IN HIGH GRADE PROPERTY
III VO> A III AIMIX
HMI\ tl. Il \IIO\
REAL ENTATE AGENT AUCTIONEER SURVEYOR
Phone 4640 Plantations Building.
ALARM CLOCKS........
SAWH-^Iu.1 Received
Our I/- RACSE SYtrDaOATBB give you 10
win THOUSANDS Of DOUAIU
JOHNSON'S STATIONERY & HARDWARE
MABWAV SOMI 111% ttl
IS II RIM
NYLON STOCKINGS In New shade..........51.16 per pr.
LACE all over 36 In. wide in White. Beige. Black at $1.77 per pr.
Also Trimming Lace............Irom Sc. U lie. per ji.
' UattsV belts In a large Aaaorlnent of roloun
KITCHEN TOWKL- >VMl MIP ....................... 47,.
IHIO.\IIH'\. I MUSS SHOP.
TENDERS FOR THE 1950 TAMARIND CROP
at Oaxriiton Headquarters
The Barbadoi Rtgiraent.
Tenders are invited fo
Headquarters, per 100 lbs, und
UH
1950 Tamarind Crop at Garrison
the following conditions;
All Tamarinds must be picked, bagged and weighed under
the supervision of this Depart men t.
No unnecessary damage muat be caused through the picking
of tamarinds to the trees or other property of this department.
Weighing must be completed before 1530 hours (3.30 p.m.)
every day.
Tenders to be sealed and addressed to the Commanding
Officer, The Barbados Regiment, Garrison Headquarters,
marked "Tenders for Tamarinds".
Tenders to be submitted on or before the 15th March. 1950
The Commanding Officer does not bind himself to accept the
highest or any tender.
7.3.50In.
then
rely: othen
. pm
REAL ESTATE
uWELLINO HOUSE The two .lotled
dwelling houar called "AMBURY" With
i ace 4 uarchn of land attached there-
to. ..tuate at Upper CoUyrnore Rock.
St Michael The houe contain, dr
Ing and dining room*, one bedroom aiai
<- on the ground floor, and
three bedrcaMiu. toilet and bath on nr*t
floor Government water aad Electric
Uy mitelled Por inapecUon dial 33*7
The above property will be aal up lot
atlc at our Ofhce. James Street o Pi
DWELLING HOUSE with 3 rood* 31
perchaa of land attached at "aVlai Hall .
ChreM Chmch The dwelling house eon-
lalna open verandah, drawing and din-
tug rnnwi. two bedroom* and usual ron-
vaniencse There la alao Ume Kiln in
good working order on the pramleee
The above property will be art lap for
Hie at our Office. Jama. Street, on
Friday ITth March. ISM. al I S p m
inepectlon on application on da* pro-
mlae-
VEAHWOOD A POYCF.
Sollcllon
S 3 M>- On
LANDteMO anua. (art of land al the
!.-y. GsvernwMWt H Thai ahove paml
of Ural will be art up far Bale by pukllc
'omnoUusai at owr OSWa. Jaenae Sarawt
nn Thurela* I0*a Match ISM. al T p aa
YXAF. aTOOD BOYCE.
1.3 0~0n
HOUam- htaiwri Bungslow leaaaaaM
Ola n PruM trees, lovely garden
Pknty si Mae* far Chirk.
Pigs. e%- Gas laid ee. Appl. ~Som*r-
Mt". Beeawactf Road. MS M-a.
will be precluded from 'he hei
of Ihe aald Decree, and be deprived ol
all claim on or acaln.1 Ihe aaid properly.
Claimant* are alao notified thai they
mum attend the aald Court on Wedjaaa-
day the Bth day of March. 1M0. at 10
o'clock a.m. when their Mid claim* will
be ranked.
Olven under my hand Ihli 4th day ol
January. 1080
I V. OILKES.
As. CWrk of the Am! Court of Appeal
T.lM-sn
OFFICIAL SALE
MRfAfSOJ
IS TStS ASSIaTANT (OIBT Of
APPEAL
'Equitable Jur,kliclion>.
GEORGE ALIiYNE
By Ally REBECCA SEARLES
PlalabS
ALVA F1TZGERAUJ KE1XY
Befeadaal
NOTICE I* hereby given that by virtue
of an Order of the AauiUnl Court of
Appeal dated the 4th day of January,
IBM. there will be ?! up for aala to the
high an bidder at the OOce of Ihe Clerk
h...r. of IS inooni and 3 o'clock In Oat
afiemeeei on Friday the 10th day of
March. ~
PUnUuoni .ituaw In the pariah al SaTSal
Jgmea and l.land of Barbados aforesaid
ahnbjInMMf by admaaauremant two roods
ha th* Mrm.' more or lea. abutting and
aaiadaag on land* of A Jerdan on land.
of the Estate af RUaabsth SandUsrd. da-
eaaaed. on land, of the EataU of NaOaan-
aal Lards, deceased, and on a road In
ggaaaaOB or however oho th* an. a-ay
but and bound, and If not thaw. aoU th*
aald property will be art up fsr m I* on
vary aucpaedlng Friday between the
aame haura until the aaaaa la aoM tar a
asa net teas than C73 II 4
Dated thla ath day af January. ISM
KaaOB,
Ag Clark af Ihe Aaat CaeSI af Am* TENDERS FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF UNIFORMS FOR
MESSENGERS OF G0VERMENT DEPARTMENTS
Messengers of
n be obtained
Tenders ore invited for making uniforms for
Government Departments. Further particulars ca
from the Colonial Secretary's Office.
2. Each tender must be accompanied by statements from two
persons of standing engaging to become bound with the party tender-
ing in the sum of one hundred and twenty dollars for tbe due per-
formance of the contract.
3. Tenders should be forwarded in sealed envelopes addressed to
the Colonial Secretary (and not to any officer by name) so as lo reach
the Colonial Secretary's Office not later than 12 noon on Saturday the
18th of March, 1950. The envelope should be clearly marked
"Tender for Messengers' Uniforms.''
7.3.50In
Attention Is drawn lo the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1950, No. 8 which will be published in the Official
Gazette of Monday 6th March, 1950.
2. Under this Order tn* maximum wholesale and retail sslling
prices of 'Cornmeal" are as follows:
WHOLESALE PRICE
(not more than)
7.7 per bag of
96 lbs.
RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)
9c. par lb.
teh M.K.. ItM
GEOMETRY SETS, MAPPING PENS
PLASTIC PENCILS SHARPENERS
Etc.
ROBERTS 4 CO- Dial 3301.
(TO BE REMOVED)
One Boarded and Shingled
House (Hilton) in sstfCfl
Road. "Permission to inspect
and terms of sgle may be
obtained from Mr. CRONEY
at the Office of the General
Motor Omnibus Co., Ltd.,
Nelson Street.
Barbados Analeur
Boxing Association
Pofron Mn fsceJitncy Th*
Governor
SCHOOL ROYS &
NOVICES CHAMPION-
SIIP TOURNAMENT.
Application*
following for a tourii
t*ke place at the Modern Hj|i,
Schoor AUdium on Wdn.*d*)
ISO. and Ttiiaredny loth Marsh
THE BAKBADOS MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY.
Invites Applications
For the post of
CANVASSER
Vice Mr. D. H. Alleyne, resigned.
Applications in person and writing will be received up to
Tuesday, loth March.
For particulars apply to ... .
C. K. BROWNE,
Secretary.
Iteckwith Plact,
Bridgetown 25. 2. 50.


PACE I.it.III
RABRADO* ADVOt" \TI
Grace
Cumberbatch
Defeated

tl G.
March
Two iword otitln-p b.v Pt*"
Goodm* spotlights the first
Caribr-an All WomCB Interto -
ontal Sports, when three record!
went by IWore an excited Sun-
day trowc.
A record crowd on B.G C.C.
Bowl saw Pearl hit the tape in
a record 114 seconds in the 1OC
yards dash to beat Barbados
Grace Cumberbatch. ^^^Lbbb
Paarl shaved 1/5 seconds ori
of Jovce Haywood's 1948 time
In the 200 yards sprint Pearl
excited a bunch or menry to wir
hi 2fl atconda Irom Grace agait
fighting off 2.6 seconds off o
Haywood's record eatablished lost
year.
pearl won both races with
ease from cnerjretic Grace Cum-
berbatch who displayed pace am
power riant up to the tape Bj
haTf time Pearl maintained he:
rcput.ition against thr nrugglinf
p .sittan who wan with
out Yv 1 vec Hay-
i :h<- latter lagged as tilt
best lady sprinter in these parts
todav
end of thr Snort* Mr*
Ward the wife of Justk-e Wm
thp prims to the lucky
hir ar<- the resu'ts
IM T*n CIA1
.
i. So*'
Tit- 'i *" ar--><
-* TAan- a n
it flnwH-f iTTUiidMl'
T
m v*ar>* hi ani.iH t.\--
| V Allt-vnr
It) J Hurtir
MfCcmmnt
m Bad Training
Causes More
King Deaths
Tat Voice From
The Kitchen
*) froaa a*aaa> 4
ii*L*i.iao,
lv I.AWTON carver
Cm .4^ JC^Sfcwa^SI^
AT THE TURN HOMESlmnte takes the lead as the field turns
into the homestretch in the final race on Saturday. He led the
field home to win
SPORTS COMMENTARY
Bi DA. < OPIM!\
Krnnit- Sn-aiiian
FightsHindsTonipht
To-nlgh; at the Yankee Stadium
e SeamaTi and Kid Hind'
evaat af a pro-
grammt to be staged at the Yan-
- idium Kennit Seamnn ia
ksown to local boxing fans.
I the past year, with ine
welterweight ranks to the mid-
dleweight division. Kennit- Sea-
man has successfully disposed
f all opposition in the welter di-
vision.
Al Minds on the oil
halls from S. Peter and ha* come
on quite quflckft) He scored a ton.
BBTJ over Kid
Klue- in ten rounds and K.O'ed
Al V ner Amateur
rwclght champion. In four
rounds
The six round serai-Anal that
brings together Al Maul*
Sugai
should be entertainiaf Both
theee boys are attractive fighters
and always give of th-
Major A. R Foster and Mr F
T. C Bethell. K.C.P.. will be
ike iudge*. Mr P C S Maffel.
timekeeper and Mr Mike Foster
Interchange Of
Umpins
IZABETH. March 6
B

good of cru \t'., was madi*
V Dwyer. man-
1 of Uii .' ns.s
a aaU that the idea nM not in the future
Football made a fleeting ap-
Harance last week on the local
porting screen that for the pail
p0B|di has been monopolised by
King" Cr < k<-t The l WO football
rl within another
mi ; teams are
: ard practice.
tball tans
!.. ii. :.i.i win
of Trinidad. Fir.'
ciyiotii for two consotutive
planning to tour aW-
' the Spartan Cricket bnd
Club,
"his should go a lone
A-ards supplying a wek I
to local footb.ill and at the sW
,me add miit-li variety
ir to the local seasoi
wen Ihp ease in the past with
tarns touring. aWltr -imilar oon-
tures arc proposed
< be played between the visitors
ascnUttva elevens.
The final details are being work-
d out by committees of the
H A FA., Spartan Club and the
Pickwick Club It is to b hoped
hat some satisfactory
will be arrived at soon, in the In-
crests of Barbados Football
T.A.F.A. To Visit U.S.A.
The Trinidad Amateur Football
I'socialion, thanks to some hard
wcrken In the rifht places, have
been making prodigious strides
luriBf the past decade In ad-
dition to engaging in tours
'.iroughout (he Britlah and Dutch
West Indli DOW plan*
nHif a visit to the United Stater;
net.
But this is not the half of their
recent progress. With the help of
nave Just
inip to
Trinidad footballer to study
-caching methods in England and
the player selected will leave
Trinidad in time to arrive in the
United Kingdom before July 9,
1950. for a seven week course
These are lessons which might
well be leamt here Hard work,
-non aad honesty of purpose has
put Trinidad football on the world
map. Barbados, who tan ass,
a*o was an equal foi
has almost stood still while Tnn.-
d;ul advanced This can be .erne-
C henery New President
Congratulations to Mr J *.
B rhenery who has becii elected
n ildent of th<
' tic Asaociatiofi of D i aj
uccesaon to Mr E H I.. Ward
u-ho has taken up an tipnoint-
nssjt ax Puisne Jud-
The Association couid hardly
lea in my
:;eHS'. (11
IB> ri ii m-ell known atri his in

f great benefit to the A
the efforts of the newly formec
Amateur Athletic Association ol
BarbHdos and they too deserv.
some measure of credit
Table Tennis For Schoolboys
The Rarhitdo* Tabje TWnall
kssosiBtssa i* arranging three
ompetit nns for boys (maximum
ace 17> to be played at the
Y MCA on Satun..
0 a.m.
Th" competitions are as fol-
owa: Inter-School or Club (S
1 aide stogies) (2) Knock On'
3i Open Championship It
roposed to start next Saturday.
bruary 18. Th
:er organisations have been
ed but so far replies
: sve on'y been rece'ved frorr
Secondarv School. Th<
'athedrni Church bads' Brigad'
id the Hurd Memorial School.
Surely the games masters a
i'io leading schools must realise
that this Is an excellent oppor-
tunity to have the boys trained
In as skilful a game as table
tennis at an impressionab'c age
't would be impossible to con-
vince me that at Harrison Col-
'ege. Combermere. Ix>dge School
and the larger Elementary
Schools there cannot be found
half a dozen boys who are inter-
ested in tsble tennis.
One hopes that a worthy effort
ruch as this will receive the
-operation and support that It
deserves
Po|M And Freer Get
5 Wickets Each
COLOMBO, Marc)-, 6.
George Pope and Fred Fr*xar
i mer Test bowlers of England
-nd Australia respectively, each
look five wickets for 35 runs for
the Commonwealth touring team
against a combined India. Paki>-
Isja and Ceylon side to-day.
The match the last of a brief
tour of Ceylon was drawn after
b-ing curtailed by rain on the
tlrst and second days. Common-
wealth scored Ml. dismissed the
Combined Eleven for 75 aad then
made 45 lor 4 In their second in-
nings
Pope had a spell of 4 wickets
fo- 1 run In four overs two of
them q(T successive balls, Frank
Worrell who is to tour England
this summer with the West In-
dies team made 13 not' out In
the Commonwealth second ln-

Reuter
ad
for
Test.-, i \
B> rmptrM couid
absorb the attnospl i
in differ is. I. was a
great pity, he added, tha*
African and Australian i
crowd?' havt not '.Mi the opuor-
tunit.v cf a .'. rung il
Enghun aasajlf*, F'rank
Offlcihtli.i- Rrutrr
The I < alli.r
i | N |i in
Htgk Wato I I 4M.. .M
pm
tl Ml Kl>\\
RaaafaM '('driniUmi IS In.
luul feu M'.nlti to VeaSer-
1 Ol
I'miM-i^ldi. < >lln ) bV.t F.
Hind litrertlssj A subs.) i
v N
Hind V.|, Itj i- miles per
hour
Hrmrter (!' s.m.l t9.M:
i3 a m i 39 191
From a small beginning the
Athletic Association of
Barbados Is going from strength
'o strength In a short space ol
tune they have Injected new life
ados athletics and are
much more
The good wishes of the iport-
Inj public have no doubt gone
Miss Grace Cumberbatch
Chester. I who left the Island last week
tha International La-
________ Meeting run bj the British
(ii.iami Athletic Association and
Ken Farnuin the Col-
any*! thamplon "A" class cyclist
who has been invited by the same
Asaociation to take part in the
International Meet
Well Merited
bj Miss Cumberbatch is
--oiicerned, this is the lirst UgaM
,n the history of local athletic*
Hint a lady has been m
ilony in an In-
Mnttiional Ladles' Meet This is
lubly nwrnUKl by Miss
Cumberbatch and I am sure that
r | aj well as Qaaaati
mist feel very proud of
I u mini has all
I lototl) in Brnaab
l radlt and there is
thai he will gtve a good
I of himself again
li"ih thase vislU have been
made possible mainly ttMUfJ
BELLEVILLE TENNIS
CLUB TOURNAMENT
Ml s >' IMiUBLES (Hemi-Finaas)
G II Manning and P. McG
Patterson beat Dr. AC Edward-
pndC. B Slsne.l 80, 57. 61
36, 64.
increase in ri
iriag recent years
looks with j
nunsure of contempt upon pres-
ent dav conditioning methods Rif'
frds that this phase of the box-
ing business must bear a share
of the guilt for the tert
thf sometimes manly art finds
Itself in.
F*t!eher. publisher of the rfcu
magazliie, is boxing's outstanding
historian and has enjoyed a
sreer n and around boxing that
spans from the present to the
'ild. old days.
I In addition to the housewife,
there is another group of liUiens
who have had the rawest of deals
from the Bocitllsrs; and that is the
black-coat worker group. 1 know
' the problems of the black-toat;
: for I am one myself I know that
I for hii
' YOHK (By Mail).
rrMatog mwmi:
priae-Agdiier- and a new braad
handlers and mana
ruing r In ny own constituency or
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I. LIQUID M ritUT FORM
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hislehurBt I ran see how near
(he black-coat worker is to des-
peration point I can see the clerk
and the secretary and the typist
and the small professional men
draggling without pause, day in
and dav out, to make ends meet.
The Socialists have no tym-
I>Athv for them and no mercy
either. The private enterprise on
which they depend for a liveli-
hood is pilloried and hamstrung
nd threatened with destruction
They are the vermin who do not
matter a tinker's cuss.
I Ii. ir lusl lllm s
IJke real many other people ]
clinic to provide closer molic.l they are sick of Socialism, and T
ruperv sion of b<)Xers. bui o.- .is i
feels that the bofsftl and It'
handlers could do much to iin-
af' knockouts that end in death
"Nowadays a fighter goes Into
i gym for an hour
rtgards this as getfc 7 into shop.-
for a fight", he said. "They can't
actual fighting fitness
tinder any such limited training
hedule.
"Tho >Treal tighter^ of many
vears ago put *n a 10-hour-d:i> In
trataUnsr, playing handball. roar-
Lag, boxing, punching the bags.
He thinks that the New York
S'ate Athletic Commission is oa
(hi right track in establish,m.
na ihem The;.
,1 ssasngj tlii eountrv muddling
towards rtisas'-er undti thr \$., 1-
iship of men who ai-e plainly un- 1
jn it.
'Ih*\ wiin* Britain U> become]
Great Efttaln d^ain. to renew her
fitiih in her Imperial destiny; to
her Empire with pride,
es. They want to
kng on herself ond
her Empire not on A1i1iric.u1

tootl When it does come I am
I-.; rUI
?o.ng through calisthenics, and. Socialist OUt of ofnet for ever
**t importi.1 doing tremendous Tl **1
roattwon
"You don't have to go all the
way back to Corbctt and Fit/
Simmons and fighters of that
early era to find heavy training
the rule rather than the excep-
tion.
GfMt Fighters
Fleischer said this practice pre-
;ulled until just recently. anJ
produced the great fighters of the
past. "Where are they now?" He
wanted to know.
You are getting a different
type of manager and trainer tc-
y. too", he added. "Instead of
guys like Ray Arcel. Whitrv
Bim others of their type who knou-
the business you have too many
handlers who really don't know
what it is all about."
Fleischer thinks that repeater!
examinationsand thorough om-
of fighters, such as New York
soon will institute, will help, but
he feels some other moves should
be made.
New Clove
There is a new type glove
which should be made mandatory
In .,11 rings, for one thing This
one has a padding made of some
rubbery pliable substance, in-
stead of the old-fashioned hair
stuffing, and it is Impossible ti
break this padding a common
practice now.
In breaking the padding, this
protection Is pushed toward th;?
wrist or the finer tips and th-
lighters wield virtually skin-
tight gloves.
Fleischer disagrees with advo-
cates for the use of head guard
in boxing matches. He said thai
head guards actually seem to
Increase shock at times If they
ore close fitting. Billy Graham
welterweight contender, is ejmong
those who prefer not u.....
headguard. Some of th,
felt much The same way I N !
The latest popul-. _
as the SociaUst Parly's funeral
n.ar^h For the title of the song
is Baby. It's Cold Outside.
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Wins Rubber And
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BOMBAY. March. 6.
La Conception of Argentina
trounced a scratch side of the-
Indian Polo Association by 16
goals to t>ir in the third an-i
final cvhibi'ion match tiere 'his
evening.
The Indian Polo Association by
winning the first two matches,
on the rubber as well
ar. the Amateur Riders Club
Polo Challenge Cup.
Carlos Zavaleta had a splend.d
match. He displayed splendid
horsemanship In defending dis-
tributing and mixing freely in
tMck skirmishes besides finding
oppotunities to find the flags on
eight occasions.
La Concepcion's number one
player proceeded to give his best
display of the series and scored
four goals. Joe Zaleia scored two.
Reuter
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