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PACE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE Tin Rsn\y MARTH, W.I. Team Will See Football Cup Final Indft rrirkcl tc.im nrrivrc in %  will have ample opportunity to • %  ml tnui d|ieiift on May (j. • Pn Mi mado for the liids to see the English Footboll Assodatiaa Cup Final, and %  %  nil] be one or two warming-up games The following M the Tram Vf itinerary for the period tval In England tin%  | of their ofrUi. gramme: — APRIL 9ih SS. "Colflio*' arrive' With Mr J. M. the Team Manage %  nd the pinyers from BarbaI | d Tf i: %  dnd. F. M. Worrell and A P. rill Join ">e %  this date. nth. B B "C .in't' an lee Avoniwmih wiOl Jamaica plaj i 14th— Reception Writ IndlJ Club (provisional dote) la HiitWi Sportsmen*'* Chl'J Luncheon CJo to Eastbourne 19—26th. At. EaMimurne. The Eautbcurne Corporation and the Eastbourne Club have very kindly offered to provide facilities to the for practice and pfl I names at Sail 27th.—Return to London. Dinner Cricket Writers' Club. 29th —Football Association Cu > Final. 30th.—Match VI West Indian Students Union (provision; I dale) jot H\RINT \i I Iiardslali Injured MAY GIVE UP CRICKET Assembly Discuss Estirnau t) From Pure 7 %  Heads 16. 17. 18 MM %  M Industrial Currmey ani Ecclesiastical. passed without much discuss on. When Head 20, Education came up for discussion. man.. d school it would be thoafht hat there W< OUlta B number of youngsters with cert:: rould take charge of the education of such would-be pupils. • y isss-i When they were cons.derinR •'• %  ntr* with "2 • than Then, %  v s .embers expressed %  raelnmi Elementary School Sports Grants cr j 1 ^ ci on the previous year, he had In,, '^ n * ^ah and suggested possible Education •40dOO Ssprws SstrftM PALArfCFDOES IT—Harry Medhurst, Chelsea gialhaangi hester City attactc. leans back to allow leaping Johnny Hart to pass, recovers, .mil is back in goal for the return shot. Johnny Harris looks on approvingly. Joe Nottinghamshire pricket t.i give up hii cricketing careo %  i'n Km land to-morrow %  %  Will i!i %  Americans Would Be Soecer Tops —rfeuter IN (;KI:AT DEMAND LONDON nd re nd b %  i Phi < 1 %  .. during their have %  nd n HN.s.) Ortiz Defeat* JJatir On Point;; larch 8. %  < win. it %  i D. : %  %  I, %  I %  i Heuter • Bugcetted Royal Empi. i Leagir. Dominion Fellowship Trtr I aid—Match vs Kders fc FyiT-i Ltd. at New Maiden. 4uv Match vs Indian Gymkhana at Osterle. 9th.—Travel to WOree %  | ., Worcester The team ft I '••' %  *' In London will be the Kings* lotl New Oxford Btreet, w.t. ., vhich will l>e the posUl address of the team while wo low The toil %  ISO hee" registered: — W I Cricket I-ondun MD made tof States docs not play soccer „. .,-sed to be I '.ucklcy told a gathering telegraphically to the of sports critics KILL OR BE KILLED By LAWTO.V i \i:\ I i: 'lnternjlion.il IfCWS Ser\ i. Sports fcdltor) NEW YORK. "Boxing la Dot less tnan a spoil m kill Of be killed tc . • %  Baseball In Paris LONDON. If America took up soccer as a national sport it would sweep ihe rrst of the world into the background, is the opinion of Major Frank Buckley, manager of Leeds United Football Club, one of the leading Northern Enfflah teams. Asserting that it was a good I thing for Britain that the United linger on tht obvious wronj; In •ports world today bj warming up to hi He is author of a book on Seliif the Americani adopted this form of football the prophet* would not not* be studying the tea-leaves trying to find Use Wll Combined XI Defeat Navy 6-0 At Soccer DESMOND JOHNSON (Spar: Algy Symmonds lEmed the major role in the 6—43 defeat inflicted by a comirtan-Einpire team wendell. stock; >W" at Kensington Oval Mr. E. D. Mottle? (El pick* out the three Item* Rel ef ers. Practical Education and Elementary School Sports Grant aa items which were not in their best form He expressed the view that all was not well with Relief Teachers. When any qualified teachers were taking lea-. relief teachers employed ceived lower pay than U. permanent teachers. No arrangements weaa Aden teach* %  to go -.broad for reasons other than fUlfllmont of I ;. h.-larshin Thev were given no remuneration Such circumstances p,ave i dissatisfaction as teachers wei in truth and in fact meniiH the Civil Service. Other section of the Civil Service were gllom such facilities. I! was all very well to talk about Practical Education, but h* hi Id then as he had held on all i mns that first things should be done first. tot the past 20 years, than had been a clamour for compulsory education. Yet scheme which made a more I that direction was UMlUdV the Estimates. They had to bear in mind thai 3 per cent of the children o ;he colony were illiterate Thn: • %  iluatlon was in his opinion nameful. He hoped the arrangement would he made 0\ raee the unpleasant blot for he icreed with the max ; m thl rhile the fraga was growing ttM WOUld be slarvmi: It might be argued by oov. nur.ent that they had made pronewspaper!. timated that the then $7; "h wen> not enough. He. still felt that „ Vf *l ^ '.he increased amount 51-t i ., 'Hwahaj ggaaH that S **r insufficient. It had to l>e n hat the $144 h divided imong 126 scho-,' his view the sum *hM Unlau a master WH to '-huslastlc as to l.i pquipment with his own money. poorly paid as he was. then he thought it would be rather difficult to uphold any health-.of sports. DifTlculty Mr. O. T. Adder (I.I tacklthe Item Kducatlonai A tpe ind Material. He drew w attention the dDiV ID me acquiring of book-: u.n quoted an instance of I thirty which had to with onj book whil. i subject was being taught He agreed 'hat there was difficulty In n procuring of books, DVt Ml that through the same medium i,n the Seconda.y and I'i.'.iary Schools got their laook nV elementary scnool! could p.et theirs. If nieh waa not rx-rncdied, it would be all a waste Of time when children trc :<> school. Surncient attention. Mr felt, was not being paid ... pairs to Elementary Scht-> knew of a school in St. John which, when one was along its floor, that person had be very careful lest he Al milk m a *oad i***t < %  the ciS'uffiil w am, %  % %  TOBlg, ih.,..,;. :* %  • I f I pMicy'"" lt.| v £TSI mark wn-. ,v i-n rt u""'l sealer c|uan!iii B ij" There hni <*#. that the* f)evcC|| m accordan.p whlii7a vision. Jtseaaad^ja were taking too laji ^i^e aueh ai laS. 1 ] 'cttfng nowhere. ^ J Mr. Walcott swd^ time was not far m be very careful lest he p nmar v ami aZ,, break his foot. .He wondered would be dWkffHji whether the Government Inspeca (unior wh !" ^J ed Government A s the position Sj recommendations ability found it daaal their condition, eepied at thfsdxakl .ng former all-round atnlctc put hidefense iwnicn has nothing do with boxing) war instrucUil ofBcer-t" the use of a method for % %  ncr of the World Cup in Brazil hnnd combat found to effective than Judo >r otni i %  ytnliiu Mendel. Id, WOigi only no p .1 i like juii what be is, a light In B this rear, And if they did take it eriouafy 1 would be on the plane nmoiTow morning to help them iiul incidentally to matefa Diy %  Itl PARU -iaJnat their coaches oya scored three 1 for their team. JohnI Imddc naht and Symmonds at centre forward. rned out in good u .itch the match and leered the efforts" of the %  %  Empire showed better %  %  i They I ind mot at the goal %  %  :'. %  lues at the noa! but they were all H MS the local vision to give them edu.ntn ifter they were grown up. Al! had to admit that it was a matter •if the greatest difficulty Of a certain age to agree expenditure as a w. the Government Inspec tor who visited buildings made with regards to their condition, eepied at th. K honl He had been rather perturbed b,. directed in m* •. when he read a notice in the boys would be ptonma hurt while ago senior school after am which called for contractors to which marked the tag? fupply the Education DepartMr. J. E. T. Bnatttt *' mint with KU tons of powdercu to item 38. NutrttioafaS "•Ik. He looked upon such an ary School childtm J to adult education. He was hoping that in tt* near future steps would be to have a sch'eme for compulsory education. He anticipated that an answ. would be the lack of teochet and schools. But he urged th;. ataee the amount of ehudre t whom compulsory edi cation would be enforced v.a nlv 13 per cent, he woule were shot before geM thai they should that he KICK ii invcw nini uanaiy. u n whip an) heavywetght | c "< %  ajhai eakg OT flghter, includii B.B.C I'rt.^raiiiiii. %  %  %  ...... m u m I %  KucvM phin %  i'. a 30 %  ••Mai BtaaHa. II a m Tht %  %  dutM and '. caw, win compote In Pai The game, long an monopoly rope In the wnke of the wartime 1 in Buro%  An Amerii in playei 11 playing gjoodt but they donl pi .. .ins The i %  outhi In "Hut the i %  better than llsh." he added Thi I cant get rid of then cricket Official! of the rronco-AmeriI i ague have baft H nitration garni year in the French province i enthusiasts ire tVOfl i %  drumming up Intel i ..ii for the nei Games. INSt'iiii-I inul Chishis W illM.raiiil National LONDON, March H. i Lbal \ • lotion i up ieml*Hnal batwaai Liverpool and Ever ton will take place as arrangcu al Man Condrndng this to-day, an t A m 'i lasd tnal the] had raTophajM Linn manager of the Ltvrpool race* I Urging that the tic on March 18 in oruet ,.i Aintree, Liverpool. •< I th.,|ha (-rand NtiOOal was taking place 0hM ovartooked amen the dates and aid the v A osssxaJ -we atwao butting with thei big sport IIIK cveiil.but in this instance It is not DO altei ihe date "—Rruler. down and cries. The Americans would make the players kick thousands uf penally shots day in and day out—and in play they would never miss." He pointed out that a classic example of the complete sportsmanspecialist Is an American basketball player who made himeelf lute lha[ i tnff offer he %  I foul shot king. %  mal %  "In a demonstration,'' he said, torn thj 'this fellow made 4(13 successful Men.' ncnaltv shots And yet we still Joe Louii altnougr ftDd OUJ profeaaVonal footballer! prove considerably tough missing them in Important con* The Major's declarati. % %  %  British cluhs. ll.N.a I around offering St.* WK to anybody who can him. Quickly "I rould bring him under stH> % %  Mil if ho la on* th half time, and three after resumption. At beginning of play, the Navy I. took the touch off. 'he homesters got a ball fine combination saw ii into the visitors' goal area. A shot was taken but goalie Mizzen velL The First Goal bin three mlnutee, the Com'. Spartan-Empire team notched up cme Drayton playing at %  hurches to house the children Churches were all near to I 1 *s hools and as in the case of S Itarnabas church wh'ch th'-i money that could be diverted to bettei %  Purer milk and fresi* could be obtaincrl loaally and that would be more beneficial to the island. Country Centres Mr. Mapp (LI touched UOOQ the lopie. House CfaJ and oxprvKsetl the view thai it ii.rr he could n0 ( r >,| %  chtrae which gave much ,,1.,1-ms-.f honouti* J^ oy way of adult educaln -h.ti. The ComnutWlbsaL especially in the training of ed progress and iHMsataat voung women. He suggeste Waier Polo team from the rl.Mjft Glasiiow H i ii at the AM.. .. afternoon. thi H MS Glasgow iil oppoat OIK anod i Mi Arch i ho [at) referee*! the mat) h iv itch commence! at 9 pm. ^i^ren passed ^atl^"sym^ ^ ^nsbury ; Gordon. Bulloc-k. I %  forward who WU -d,. Bowes. Weltba goalie out and scored Imga, Lawes, easily. %  vurtun-fcmpire: Harris. tioAno'ther forward movement by bong. Grant. Ailevnc. Cadognn,, the homesters gave them their Ishmacl. Chase. Johnson. SymJohnaon al inside tnondvt Drayton. Harper. light placing one into the left Referee*! Mr Paul Winrin. Of the nets. i by Miisen in goat Stanlee "But the n I %  II %  1 | ... i is ltkcK : rented Spartan-Emu d goal This was when i.. in he is lucky I i up hurl u-Kmpire's lioalie, Harris. irtl) after called on to make champions, bul hot %  nllar save A hen Bowes, the Lavem Roach, who < %  *"" s centre forward beat hithrough the homesters' back en)] %  The Weathrr %  mi Kisrt h in .. in sun SeU: till p.m Muuii (Last Quarter! Mi. ie. Lighting: g.3 p.m. Illcli Water: 1M am R ."' p.m. run ID \ RainUII ((diin|lonl 04 In* remporahue iN*.) 83.0 "t Teawerauwe (Mini lo.s •! *\ nut IMrectlun 19 a.m. I I (3 pm ) E b> N IbMl Velocity: U mile* per haur. lUrmeter: (9 a.m.) 30.03.% i.l pin I 29 Ut %  %  hOUtd do with these kn lolly the %  :i taught to kH %  and made a good try .it shooting Ok ihe score to three lovi %  tudi time. Johnson at insute right again shot team. an the left wing brought the ball down and without any challenge, passed to Symmonds at i making bow tooti a shot book about' them wrote what he calls the %  || ,.dv i %  |'i> % %  %  the war he went from one training i instruction Offk %  at the goal Goalie afliaan got tu MI it but the boll rebounded to John0 time to shoot. Half time found the score at three—love in the homesters" Tavour. HUM About one minute alter resumpaken to 4--0 Prom a melee about midflelu. They'll Do It Every Time ^ L-y y HIS SLIGHT ACQUAINTANCE • OP YEARS BEFORE GETS YOUR NAME OPC THE OUTER POOR%  H-E-K-K-l-M-E-R—HERKhERKiMER--THAT'S IT-WELL-WHAOCAyA KNOW?! • AliVAVS TH0U6HT H.S NAME ^"vlffi WAS HERMAN-OH,WELLJ .\\ 6oESS NE'S SOOO FOR A FIVE-BUCK. ^TOUCH HERKIMCg ,' JOHiS Unaumt r AT LAW %  FREEZES IN, MITTS you DizzyWHILE you SiT WONDERING, SOSM! WHO IS HE? MM* By Jimmy Hado HFRKIE! wwyvtxJ OL' HOSS THIEF.'HOW ARE I YOU? HOWS MRS. HERKIE ? HOWS LITTLE HERKIE?, HOWS THE--SV mm in hli partlcului ol hul.l "f Ihe bi.ll ind look on thp tout


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TfltBSDAY. MARCH 9. 115(1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE Adams Promises Introduce Adult Suffrage Bill ylottley Asks For Compulsory Education PAGE Tim':r; 15 Killed IN CRASH iran TTk. Hnnsias m^mhprs posnm^^ „ !" -:J .H'"'">soa oj Mr. C. H Adams. Leader Jfthe'House as members resumed consideration~oi r ihVa : ?im~ ." aa Mr Adams was speaking on t„e item under fWl fl'Ti r^f >' es,erda >' „,h the Re-smg Officer of the Government Ug ^P 8 !" ""which dealt Mr. Adams was speaking on i the Re-ising Officer of the Go The meeting started off withjust a" quorum. There I "as His Honour the Speaker Congress Partv. IWnlcott puVfoVwa'rd" ~ • %  n "ered ,he view that since members were being pa jd the-v shmilH ... JJovide their own refreshments. m other members of the Labour ftirty and"M 'V D Garner of the" ri? n d discussion went smoothly until Head 13 Le B i,K,„„*„ L? C P g 1, was ... Ihi. Bta£ that Mr. F. L. Wnlcou ouVfnrlvIL *""* !"!" <* !" The other point lack, ine first tailed nis remarks "emhrro.i-„" .uf the damm, „, h „ — "*^ •"•"! l|tlIVIltf|f 4he ? ne dependence of the colony lor revenue on Customs and ExWfcile 'he committee was disMOU the Head devoted to Edu* !" .._ V n M." >... ... ., : 'embarrassing second said they were infra dig else and the necessity tor improving the whole economic structure OB which the linance of the colony depended. diV ,K TI ? d J cr M ot SI25.00O under W head L'ua^ms^nd .L^ano h ;, h ~ d f Owom. .„„! Excise. 57i5r55SK£ 5f-A^ (•HOD ||r. E. D. Mottle v rgod oiion uf ihe policy of compulJj^ucation and Mr. J. E. T. %  MOcKer made it plea for the pro—on of hot meals for school chil-^ Mt. Bryan urged the profppn of two suits a year for chilEstimated Deficit eiil? '-stimated deflr i i'S 00 was in P 8 accounted for ov me decreavt t-£7tvsnded school regular! £ %  *• country" i[j5 . p^ST ' """" I II \\ US essential (hoi HI. ii i—l-. .. jl__ ..i area and tli-t tb. "•Cecnmen, ,„d no, have time ^e^^ 1 '^*! SSSfESSSStSti bubeen postponed 'cipls from customs .„„i excise enUal tariff protection in soTar as lW ""' e J. ,! !!i ^ P ?' C e • M h-, A K" me,h"jf ," !" ,b k u P n •* %  • ,helr "P 0 "' ' **• colony "ere 4sr expressed reitret at what he methods for strengthening the concerned, ailed an attempt to militarise the basic economy o, the country He Mr Crawford then :-pokc " Fo T „ R 7 >"'1 '" %  .">* proposed therefore to make few "nrth on the G.llotti indusGmramen Mr. Ad.ims said that comments on that score %  uulr "•! survey of Barbados made fee eontrao it wa. Governliter during the course of his re<-' "ic Caribbe.n Co m mllrSl (art policy to make the ftWI marks. re r-ferred to the paper read hurt Mir civil ornanlsalion as quickMr Crawford then referred to week * Mr "eestcrma.i to the " '"S'? j .. whal h* regarded as clarine "Jvestoek Conference in Trinidad AU !" „m,nin l ,n?,'hrPol' he0mlM,c "" ,rom "" Estimates""in whlch •" Presented a report * •' rnainlaminsithe Police %  .„. „„.,„ alld wn h J* on the possihihUes of produSri. Et,"I,Tt,f r "' '" '"•'"•'" defer" Vn C ,„| cv UUI "' ,h w %  '• 'mm nnponw daiinij that that Hospital was „, ..„,. Government ,, InUnSS whe ". Mr Crawford reminded ly as b.ervHon h y u,,. ^ W U Ho,. W. Indian Sugar Co. Empire Expansion Advocated (Oar London Correspondent J o. LONDON, March 1 1950 WeS7ndnls C1 4 0n S P rledged by Urd Lyle. cha.rman ,/,he we?k w,th .K g r? r Com P," n >' '" sutcment issued this IrSr..^. "" Com P m y thirteenth annual report and £? i j !" *~ no val,d a '8""i^"t" he said, "why even part of our domestic market here should be reserxed for Lord Lyle emp.iasised that expansion of sugar production was a matter oi supreme importance lo the colonies as a whol, and w the W... indlc ine constant need was to tlnd employment for the rai pending llremen put "out l^'V"!^ '."' '"" r NB for policemen who £ On tin' other hu id. probudget. He thought that the the Kouse that ma year f,e had made this proposal to Government and emphasired nwnhad racently been made for Xr mnKnt.^T' ,haI out tht> m ""on "dd dollars •dt po icemen lo be accommo.,„ P wp c would have l( t least ihcv were iMidimtitiii fr.r nM ,y Ward A in the ( ,fc^ !" '""** *^*LttEBSS^ d^KiJTmo^ i d ? WmC nl an( ^f 1 011 "OttM be spent on ImportSSJtnfKlS 0f hC An Um ed flour. Mr (lallolti had ulw re1,;,^!.;-.^ llIaland loc "' Governcommended that Barbados might S ^nn^o n ,UU '' 1 %  ,m,uaUy weil becom a ,emre for he hT^. " W00.0O0 for nc F sul) manufacture of boots ^id shoes to uaoaa nureh. n thgg ,,.„. ljU(| ,,,,[,[,• ihr Leewards and Wind1 dellcit and the ward*; their limestone could be sugar position was so uncertain used 'or 'he manufacture of PortM no jusUflcation for land or white cemem. continuing ' expend this monev Mr. Crawford declared tha: • mment should take British Guiana contemplated the .reps Kradually to slop it nnd to manufactuie ol OStrrtOl from imtsst that the bua*'t lixke 110 new """" would say that was not a P ru? d raw materials from Barbafnrd; that it was. so to speak, ,,e iPd reform and certainly not doSt Mr <*al'o*U had also proposed gfgeh/ noifiinn the fort and almott '>''>'HI tbc present raapup 1 Katie one one might say that "-'' >iony and there could be no BlBda:in" t.iil> no new proposals l ?0 'he money on schemes which hiri been envisaged bj the Govwould be of greater liiuwrtaace gcawnt and nolning controversial : '"d beneilt to the 1 ii therefore been placed before Convulso.y Kducation Senior Member for St They were yet tu b tr ive certain rea %  rna •># Compulsory 1 %  of iffalrs which th 1 and thenwas .1 conservative esraeniber for St. James lunate i over 14.000 children •xpluiiation:-, imt Ovar the jge of 10 who Crawford) prefeiTed to Wtto and If they could |sjd .1 ail Hoipital at 60 cents per day. %  hich was half of the fee normalIrdurxed for thai ward. Holding The Fort Consiueratioii ol the Kstimates Iggo Tuesday, and when the gsaeadjounml Mr. W. A. CrawM was speakiiiK. He tat the honourable senior memggforSt. Joseph implied that he gsjerted to be complimented by Mi sides of the House on the investigation of their block stone industry with a view of tjt1 this building material to neighbouring colonutt I"IHIH'IIUV| 09 till ability on strengthening the iiatiitiial economy and makini the country more :vlf surtlcietit. M:iiiiteiiaiH-e ol Ituo.vs Speaking under Head ft. Harbour and Shipping MM Maintenance of Buoys. Mr. nnother five "left the doorn'ci 'message saying "Pliht" on.'we "are ^"i'T.ir"'^!,. P rod V cers ^to-day :it its last stop at MadiI with you." r ^,*Jf ir me ure of market and son. Wisconsin. At the same time the British •*" P !" wuritj was easily imThe Martin 202 airliner norNational Council for Civil Lib-1 ,Tere ' 1 i ahlc Sugar production mallr carries 36 passengers. ertlea protested against what it an "Pensive business ThU was the second disaster railed -'colour .liscnmination" IW 1 U "" | 8 long term 01 >lving a Northwest Airjlnes >> ine that Seretae's marriage to leather nd' "* hazard! plane of this type. TWrtv-seven 1 a white POOpM were killed an August 28 1M8 when I Martin 202 crashed tear Wlnona. Minnesota during a summer storm. Blony from the tourist industry, the %  pprsCsabU amount at present being expended on promotion of th? tourist trade, and uu table lack of ho,ei aceommodawoman was the real cause of the trouble — Kruler. resulting D .lel.tanother Join With Britain And France • from page 1 Mayor. Sir Frederick Lowland, to the President. Once inside, the President presented the Lord Mayor with the red insignia of a Grand Officer of II of Honour. The President urged all countries to co-operate with Brttaffl and France in organising a "happy world from which fenr. mistrust, misery, and war will be banished." Auriol was replying to an address by the Lord Mayor of I.00don at a Guildhall luncheon, given in his honour by the Corporation uf London. He asked "all peoples" to pestL in wide vaii Irom one war :.. These conditions of created hazardous and speculative position and in his oinu>n both the grower of cane and the manufacturer of sugar were fairly entitled to reasonable conditions for the disposal of their crops. Finance For Development In March, 1MB. the tampan) 100,000 new tl.000.00l 3*i debenture Mock to :. temporary bOSTOWlOfll with which |P .1 twlopinciil i 1 had been I funds for rapiiytai Uw fjoo.oo, I debenture stock wnlu was dm Hints now submitted rellected the* in the capital %  tructun i>mpany, but the profits, which atlsfactoiy ii "RpUtiiat aougK cookies delicio^ to -taste T t>v> m soys ELSa the BORDEN cow rasi een WAIII. see mi, stis AH* ton MVI lAffl, -111 Mm II your recipe sIH fox milk-be ur* vou UM K1IM Ii adds extra nourishment to dclitioui nd-a Mr. Bryan's suggestion in the •BO. the present failure to plan thai free text books and stationery proper quarters and went on to •BBH ws due to the uncertainty trould be supplied to children of explain why the buoys m T\ %  roriu affairs, the uncert-."-elenjentarj schools and. they maintained rather than replaced L£! f' ; " il "' m,,rt h v addcd t0 ^h.b.tioners at this stage, Mr Auams said they .<-on.lary schools None of were very ofl. the part of any GovThe age of the four buoys rangent which continued to iged from 1881 to 1902. and while lo ii" mr original price of each was in rnore /as a cryipg need for the region of £73. it was believed Ihn tow l*-cn uncertain %  > torn •. A ,. r |*l •' : until world a-melinng approaching B^CwoJldbcourch^l "?..' hal _??. vorn mt "' la* guarantee that for the next here would be purchased United Kingdom ami smi.jothere ,vas 00 ttgtttnklte ify * refusing to pl,u ^VflSinl to the CXCUM %  "** *' %  '•' %  Bui ver, the hoope senior %  to had •a.: ess %  IttpeiUHi. ci the question of disendow mem pnd disestablishment ot the Anglican Church. The n>M be put to better use. It was common knowledge that Out Bishop was brought to this colony spociflcally with the OT memher for *! s coiony spociiicanv with the lt "1.7 7, r,hUy m -JSW in view tha.'d^.ub^^Z^S^ m He would leave, or d Mr. Bryan speakinK under Head 10, Fire Brigade, asked when would the recommendations of Major Cox with regard to that department be implemented. It had been drawn to bJl attest* lion, he said, that the nuinoet of firemen were too few. and as a %  olunie ol •OHM *en leave and others indisposed ** Wioej ,s voted for tho to P 0 "" 1 of the ** %  • re r *-"d W uld ^"^ hard ^ h,p on lhe %  ttif. n .< !" IOr "' .K.-hina IUAIIM Kn rf w I'n'll V ho %  M M iHlty men who were on duty Mr. Asuusw (L) said that from his recollection the Colonial Office iKnac *k'' n heen reminded of the pressing matter of the appointment of a Fire Brigade Ofl It was not so much because ol %  p" ot a Financial Secretary ""*"" ^uld be done g> Civil Servlw of the colony, Deep Water Harbour %  2^" w th the specific unThe senior member for r?" 11 "*; '' rerred In passing to the % %  n niincial Secix-tai> .... n. "eep Vattl llaiix.ui UV the P^wvc would -1 ance senior member for St James mm ooveimnent in enabling it expressed the view that the pro, %  VS or Ulc <*w*lopmen1 ol im should be dealt with with the u^e flres that occurred in Barbados .•ny or at least for ivaing leasi possible delav and with that but tnc y ^^ k'ngcrcd up by the e yovernmenl embarked ho agreed He hoped thai in the frequency of fires in Trinidad, ant "••onably moderate schemes not too distant future, a start they did no* know when Barbados ^wmeni. As lhe> had been would be made with the Deep would be unfortunate enough to I by :ii, ubour. have such an incidence of tires. eph. the) also had ftp There was then the question lo The Colonial Office had said that administering the govwinch I thought a profassedl> they were in contact With ft an official who had been Socialist Government would pay capable man, but final arrangeth. s *' "' t, l v "< %  w -' fcOtne attention, said Mr. Crawford, menis as to whether he would acWM the 11 Survey and that was the question of a' cept the post or not. had not yet kssTiftsa ,1 .. OUI cvt -' ,y vl JI N,,st making available some Umbeen made. As soon as that office %  JJJW die Flnancta] leoreUo Ited form of social services in the Cr Isme excuse as colon*. EJ**" 10 Oovernment. doing should be re-sent to the Lftgdalalure the HotelAid Bill order to encourage the Hotel Industry in -.ins Wood by granting certain ieliei m respect of duty and package tux Bft who expi-tui nmiiie upon the easMtruottofl meni of hotels, and for purpose ill thereto or %  %  ilh Mr. R. G. Mapp. junior nemb> 1 *"i" St. Thomas tabled the followmg Muestiou in the House of Assembly yesterday: 'Hi RIOT SQUAf). 1. Is there a special squad of the Police Force officially named The Riot squad?" 2. What are the functions oi B a squad? >uch squads of lone "(.igin or have they been recently designed and designated? Will the Government 'ake tea to have such an appellation expunged from sued i.f the local Forces if and wtK exists? 4. Unearth City 3,000 Yrs. BC KARACHI. March 7 Archaeologists digging on the site of the ancient Indus Vallev t-ify of Mohenjo—Daro have found the itmjins of ft f01 tress which they believe dates back more than three thousand years B.C. Civilisations older than Egypt and Babylon may lie beneath. Working under one of Britain's 'est known archaeologists, Di to problems, which have bafllen us for too long, of casting the clear light of day upon misunderstand Inge and ulterior motives. "Kp-afflrming the 'cordial friendship' between the two countries, he recalled the wartime desihey suffered. "But here, as in France I find the same indestructible determination to build again a life of dlgnily, justice, prosperiU >r peace', he said. I.midou Knvoy The President to-day met the London Ambassadors and Envoys of Foreign Towers and the HJflfl Commissioners of the British Dominions. The Soviet Ambassador. Oeorge Zarubin was among the 50 diplomats, who waited in a semi-circle in the bow room of Buckingham Palace to be received. The French Ambassador. Henc Massigli. introduced tin : his President, who shook hands with all of them. Speaking in French. Auriol told the Ambassadors, "the Frestch Mlnistei I'M Foreign Affairs, bein*: here with me, T seife this oppoitunity to assure you that mace wishes to maintain the most cordial relations with all your countries. I want to assure you that France will not fail in maintaining her glorious traditions, and will work with all countries of good intent and good faith for the poatOft and the happiness of humanity. Rruler Hitler'rf PaintingH Recovered MUNICH. March Munich Police have so far reft.ortimer Wheeler, students have (covered 184 of 040 paintings colgH. He thought that 11 1 came, the Government intended to carry out the recommendation* made. Refreshments "I hope that any hon'ble members who are not entirely satisfied with the refreshments provided will speak now. or forever aftci hold their peace.' In a colonv like this in lioid C ibi ? Uf, I l t^t the le..st the incidence of unemployment B-sT to J?? to ^ Pro '" or almost throughout the year was. %  %  Wi K w M a ln,er,m 1 omparatlvely speaking abnor **l m 'SKI Z }* ow m U) hib. it should not be beyomi l^^l be done sOUIVM of th # colony OI t)„ £Lv ^ ill"""" %  Iu "'"'"> at ,h Government with %  tj* ZZ ma ; of iinancial experti al itfc no Chance rorm of Adams as the Committee negar 1st h,,' ,, ord ^' d Ul '" 1 "' insurance In ordei consideration of Head IS, Itt lh n t chunc of koing to assist the large number of ussolure. HK Estimates In detail. „ %  who through no fault of their Then, alter Mr. Mapp (I ** whil ;"'"* -n, found themselves for long enquired about the meaning of Ksjonih. .f' xecu,lv ' bad the year with little or the word "confidential" before ^ wouffil !" u y remark "o'hmg to do. the word "secretary" UDdl NrsjvhiniVnrf 7 a t <, ," ,ht Tbc absence of an unempLoy6. the flare up on the refreshment IttBukiiLo^ ^1 observam cnl insurance scheme was really question began. mien'.. u*'i m ri K in repIv ' "> be regretted, and certainly, was item 0 provides for the Libi.i* the nudnt in r " Cn ' the lhlng to whicn "** ^'n and ConfldenUal Secretary Of uncovered substantial brick defences around the fortress which may yield new secrets of a civilisation buried under the sand of lhe earth, 20 miles north east of Karachi. Jb* 'te was first discovered in 1921 and from remains uncovered was thought to date from 2500— 1500 B.C.—Beater. •acted by Hitler for his museum at i_inz. which were stolen from ft Munich air raid shelter in May, 1046, it was announced to-day The 040 paintings, which include works by Rembrandt, Jacob Van ituysdael, Vin !>yke and the voungcr Tenlers. were estimated to be worth about 200,000,000 west (ieiinaii marks — Beater. from their ne* %  1 same ns lacl h* of thl new ifcan Iftg ItrftM %  iseua After provlllO| fur UM .mile of the ex pens.' 0 on HOC t ed with the new issues and the discount .i •lebenlure -lock, and transferring £05.000 lo reserves, the balance carried forward has been increased by CI4.I79 to C45.1M Sugar production for Ihe HM crop amounteH to 86.605 IOIIN compared with i 1048. Value Of Kcseanh After giving a picture of the ftttts in research fm which the company u I llble, l>ird I.yi. i ever intri. 1 iiEiire bearing upon the material pte> the tompH'i. might be, They must never lose iKhi ol the fact thai .inderstandlng of human pro'. lems was basic to all thenendeavours. The Company was aiming to knit together In their undertaking a team which could function in happy unity and in the maximum benefit of nil This was an ideal for which they would always Ctrl those on the spot with firsthand knowledge of Ihj involved. I.ord Lgfli einuiuded: "As I see the position, our bast hope* for the future lie in the continued display of initiative in agricultural and factory developments of risk-taking with new ideaWe shall also continue our effoit to maintain and strengthen the friendly relations between mantgement mid employees and to encourage the spirit of enthusiasm which permeates the organisation ~ A FEW SPECIAL ITEMS SUITABLE FOR BIRTHDAY GIFTS m.'l MM by Kcnl PLKSKS-W.M.I.I IN TllliKMOS II.ASKS—CAMERAS. I;T< COLLINS" DRUG STORES 2t, Broad Slrrtl. w*yxo puon\ Coffee Spuous I^Tiil Spoons Coke I ii.ln. Uttller Dishes Knlree Diihe. Sugar Bowit Marmalade, Tom ami Riilter Sels WW All al Very KcaMinable l*rice i'i AM A I I ONS iniinn 8""BI'. i„..v.i.. 1. Oovernmcm which profeued So,he Hliuaa and Mr. Adam P 'wSJ; M {,' hc,M *''"• to in lo Mr. Mapp uid he d.d not! -£ ^ sonr-'' -Jr!" ( • ll ra know why lh. word'cunl'idenlial'-! a a 11 ^ h menipro Wi „,:,„ Workmen • CoMpMMtiMi M % %  ,—,MM K, H^„,h, „ 7S&1S22ZZ S rfl "' rd '\""?? 'Wl* ralh-^liuoa. SrnT w^ed „Jj "** som -' surl ,,( uon. *opment praso u. ?oif the Goverm I Mat '" "" %  f."*ue in so • done, "he Me NlllMil btfmata he o f a u nt holder of the post wu ^^STThope.rrhe"^: v, .M ^J"*-*"*??! W aha. to gtve ">• * ••' * •<> %  * iPihVf 0 0 nor 1 < 1 "' of report on II with a ">• CUek ot the llouae wn nec%  ""• K. , u ,, n y ng whcUler or e^ry in vfcM of the IKTMM ol %  ..in the no t n would be practically advanthe volume of work which the %  aaa lecauM* ol tho tueaua to the colony If the GovHouie (ttd. "•Iieminl of the penment Itaell could undertake the Mr T. L Waleett II.) >ald thai 5*" "^ iance prescribed IB I >v members of the House werp *e certain aspects being paid $24,000 a year altogetri* %  • %  * he thoufht they should c< • Ly J** f 1 dustrial Schools and with rejjard ,i,jer the question ol paying lui ^ >>0 — • a to the Government plantation al ltn k nal they I lohkal III r ail mlnhl ,>m .iderihg mc fli-l astl' i' ." % %  '' be madi more appioprlaulv when they cane to the Item under that # ea page I CYCLISTS ONCE AGAIN THEY ARE HERE DUNLOP 28" x IV*" Crrain Roadsti-r Tyres 28" x 1"2" Pink Roadster Tyn m 26" x V Rating Tvre ECKSTEIN BROS. DIAL 4269 — BAY STREET / keep fresh atida^J) Use LIFEBUOy WHET SOAP At any lime of the da; :rm ireshnesa cut be yours too —when you use Lifebuoy Toilet Soap! A wash with this deepcleansing lather gets rid of svearincv,, gives you an exhilarating freshness thai lailt.' FOR PBRSOS u. FRESHNESS IhWAYS i'MS



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PACE FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY M ARcr,, rueuaM to etai Mm* c. ue. na at. %  i mn iai Thursday. Slh March, 1*50 linns On Food THE raising of the nutritional standard of the peoples of the world has never been the subject of so much discussion as it is to-day; and the activities of the Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations have shown at its most successful the difficult task of international co-operation. .The West Indies too have benefited from the world's focus on food. And only last week a conference of Veterinary and Livestock Officers of the Caribbean area was held at Port-of-Spain. The Principal of the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture, who presided, pointed out that the West Indies would now be compelled to pay strict attention to stock breeding. Special emphasis was laid on the production of meat, milk, poultry and eggs in order that a better balanced diet should be provided for the peoples of the West Indies A Committee of the confer, nee however examined in detail the all-important question of suitability of various types of dairy and beef cattle, swine, poultry, goats, sheep, and draft animals. It was recommended that owing to the deficiency in beef cattle these should be increased three and one half times. Although it has been found that the West Indies are not generally suited to large scale production of beef the Conference expressed the opinion that the situation could be considerably eased by making use of the continental areas of British Guiana and British Honduras and also Surinam and the French Antilles. Another Committee on nutrition found that current standards are not directly applicable to the tropics and recommended that investigation be undertaken at some central station in the area. The work of these two committees will have far reaching effect on the future of the West Indies. It can safely be assumed that now the matter has been the subject of discussion by specialist officers, there will be a follow up by the various Governments represented at the Conference and that the pooling of the knowledge gained and its dissemination will bring some improvement in a situation which is anything but satisfactory. In this respect the •I Secretariat of the Caribbean Commission should be of great value as a clearing housi'. In addition to the major issues there are several subsidiary industries which might well be started when the programme of livestock breeding and food production gets under way. The economy of the West Indies has been based on agriculture, and food and livestock production appear to be the answer U at least a few of the problems It will be complementary to any modern agricultural programme and at the same time must provide its own subsidiary industries which will bolster the economy of the area. The question of markets and distribution cannot be overlooked. The raw products of the West Indies are not now protected and must compete in the bigger market with the goods of bigger countries. In this case it is the duty of the West Indian governments to afford the necessary protection to goods produced within the area. It is only in this way that the people of the area can benefit from any increase in employment and at the same time from the low cost of production based on low wages. The appointment of an Advisory Council as recommended by the Conference is the means of ensuring that the initial work done last week should not be lost to the people of the West Indian area. They Can't Play The Same Trick Twice There %  not anything metre wonderful than a great people moving towards the deep of an unguessed and unfeared future What %  day it was to live through! Excitement such as has never been felt in politics fnr generations By John l.ortlon They Gave The Money But. of course, others must share the blame with th repl begun the worX of unifying the economy of the Empire and deWho'wcre they? I will teli rUL veloping its resources five years Most of the money ca-re Iran "go. Those five precious years Lord Siierwood and Mr. ./urnes de have been lost. If the Socialists had won this election with a clear decisive majority another five years would certainly have been lost as well. And the dollars very nearly did it for them aga'n. For they enabled the Socialist? to persuade many voters who do Especially the group of leaders not lhmlt very deeply or see very ho persuaded first the money dearly, that it was Socialism that kept them in their jobs. .In si Squandered ho persuaded first the money providers and then the two and i. half million voters into believing that a Liberal Party existed in th• **"~-~ —* -*~ % %  %  torV _ofChur.-h.li-s [real oiweOoc full ^P 1 ^", achievement of Socialism. It <~ not the result of Socialist planning but of American polity. It was the people of the In I ted States who were really Four Nations Continue Support Of Caribbean Commission THE Governments of the French Republic, the kingdom of the Netherlands, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and tne Un.ted States of America have given careful study and cons ( deration to the recommendations made by ihe West Indian Conference i Third Session), which was held under the auspices of the Caribbean Commission at Basse-Terre. Guadeloupe, on December I_14 1048 and to the Caribbean Commission's views on these recommendations. The four Governments pledge their continuing support to the objectives and principles to which the Commission is dedicated. With this in view, the four Governments reaffirm that the Commission is: an agency of the Member and Territorial Governments for the collection of factual information and statistics on problems of regional significance (industrial development, economic planning and. rehabilitation, housing, labour, education, public health, social welfare, trade and communications, fisheries, and agriculture), a clearing house for the dissemination of such information and statistics; and an agency for reporting to the four Governments all specific problems of common interest likely to affect the economic and social development of the Caribbean region, and for recommending necessary action thereon. In its role as a co-ordinating agency in the Caribbean area, the Caribbean Commission will place at the disposal of the territories at their request, within the limits of its budget, the widest possible range of technical assistance of a regional nature by sponsoring regional meetings for the exchange of scientific and technical information, by arranging the direct exchange of scientific and technical workers, by developing scholarship arrangements for students of the territories, and by all other appropriate means. The four Governments likewise reaffirm their support of the Conference as an advisory body of the Commission for making recommendations on matters of common interest in the social and economic field and, through the Commission, for bringD. V.SCOTT ft CO.. LTD. TO-DAY'S SPECIAI at Blenheim: — And everybody praised the Duke Who this great fight did win "But what flood came of ir at last. Quoth little Peferkin: "Why. that I cannot tell," said he, "But 'twas a famous victory." What good will come f ihis famous victory—this Blenheim of politics? For victory K is. cv n on the record anti-Sociaiism stands beaten by a handful of scats Much good will come of it assure you. And come With swiftness. For it puts an end to the march of Socialism. Aii abrupt and decisive end. The policies of Socialifn ;'o uverboard for this Parliament -it least. Perhaps even for our li.e time. For the battle must now be fount aa;aln The basic issues, of nationalisation, regimentation by the Stale, freedom or serfdom, an economy based on earned pounds instead of charity dollar*. a prosperity ballt on the Empire mu*t ro back again to be drcided bT the electors. € urnival Of Shame they American money for the buildI Governments for action. ing up of Socialism, instead ul The Four Governments welcome the specific imfor the building up of Britain, plementation which has been given to some of the recommendations of the West Indian Conference. for which it was given. 'Slop The Flow So to socialism-fearing Americans who wonder why it is that Britan has been duped into There is another very B. reason why the battle must t,e refought. By the decision of 3 fe v people, tragic in its stupidity Hid folly, two and a half million electors were virtually chised In this election. Their VOttg responsible for the very large vote given to Socialism, little as they desire it. For thev provided the money Socialism, I would make this that enabled the Socialists to reply: "Don't blame us, blame hide the full extent of their Inyourselves. For you did it. competence. It was the loans and "You did it after full and grave fco-ne the Marshall aid thef poured out warning of what the consequence that sustained the Socialists in would be. For 70 members of office. Parliament and a strong force That pouring out of money was of peers foretold in debate the perhaps the most moving gesture inevitable future, and cautioned by one people to another in all you to hold your generous hand the history of man. "What they said then shouk. For the impulse that moved the be reprinted now and spread Americans to do it. for the scale across your continent in order of generosity on which It was that greater knowledge and wiser done, we can never thank them guidance should be available adequately. your generous nation on that But it was a terribly wrong soon-to-come day when the dedeciston from our point of view, cision to continue or stop the Of course it suited the American economy because, by extracting from us in return a pledge to end Imperial Preference, the Americans opened wide the markets of the British Empire to their Industrial products. But by doing that they inflicted grave—though fortunately not vet irreparable—damage on Brita'n They slowed efforts to secure AUSTRALIAN FKIIT s i77"~" ir..n y 6 8 row a 14 CREAM OF WHEAT-L,,. Usually :,i N()W 4 "j"S McEWANS RED TABEL RCO Usually 26 NOW 21 ^ NOTICE OUR LUMBER and HARDWARE DEPARTMENTS will be closed for business at 12 noon on THURSDAY, 91h instant for the m. Will our customers please note WILKINSON & IIAYNES CO., LTD., Suc So „ u C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. Phones: 4472, 4687, flow of dollars must again be taken. "When that day cemea if you wish to make amends and save Britain and the world as well, my advice to jou is: Stop the flew of money Give Britain a ehanee to stand on her own feet "Let her get on w.th the greet down British duty of making her own Imperial real financial vineyard rich and fertile.. For had in deciding the is: thi' nation. Friday afternoon must Their dollars cushioned that la the only way to "ensure the people of Britain from the prosperity for us and peace for nt the nost-war flnnnthe world." this newspaper hen the election might just as well not have been full impact of the post-war flnnnthe world." cast for all the taflutneo ".hey rial crisis and gave them the And I pledge icfore entirely wrong impression that to that policy conditions were better than 'hey is refought. have were. —L.E.S. Own Home WELLINGTON, N.Z. New Zealand's new National party government has announced a large-scale drive to encourage people to own their own homes. It Is an almost complete reversal of the policy of the previous Socialist government which aimed at renting houses to the public. Under this policy the state became by far the largest landlord In the country A major .step In the new programme is the abolition of all land sales restrictions except on farm lands which will come in for attention later. Under the existing system all sales of land and buildings have come before land sales tribunals which ilx a pfflos based on 1942 values It is Qlfgal to sell above this price, but in practice a large proportion of sales of homes and buildings have been accompanied by an illegal side payment to the seller. Now that owners can legally sell at their own price, a large number of homes which have been withheld from the market are likely (0 t>e offered for sale. Prices are expected to rise substantially as 1M2 values are well below present free market levels but whether the new prices will be Hy J. i I.raham above the under-the-table rates which have ruled until now remains to be seen. In any case legal costs and formalities will be greatly reduced. Another step In the government's scheme is the offering of building loans up to about £2,000 to home builders They will be available up to 90 per cent of the value of the house for civilians and 100 per cent for ex-servicemen. The government will also grant suspensory loans of up to 600 to home builders. No interest will be payable so long as the owner lives in his house and after seven years the loan will be cancelled. If the owner wishes to sell in less than seven years he must first offer the house to the government and if he ceases to live in the house he must pay interest on the loan. Another major step by the new government Is the offering of state rental houses for sale to the tenants Thousands of these houses have been built every year throughout the country, but hitherto they have been available only for rental. Now the occupiers can buy them at valuation if they wish. Loans will be available from the government. No tenant will be disturbed in his occupancy of a state house if he does not wish to buy it, nor will his house be offered to anyone else while he remains in It These provisions are expected to prove a great attraction to wouldbe home-owners. But the government Is also tackling the housing shortage by making it easier for owners to let accommodation. Under the previous regime, once an owner let a house, flat or even rooms, it was extremely difficult for him to obtain possession again from the tenant. He had to prove that he needed the accommodation for his own use and in some cases to find the tenant acceptable alternative accommodation. Even where a tenant was extremely unsatisfactory it was often on> after long legal processes that he could be removed. Now many of these controls are to be relaxed and it is expected that many people who have feared to make vacant accommodation available will offer it for rent knowing that they will be able to obtain possession again. — SI II II SI Ol I & COITS To Our Planter Friend •• 01 ii HI tit:ns SAI • Who need a Good Helmet for all Weather. "CHRISTYS ARE ONCE AGAIN ON THE MARKET SECURE YOURS FROM \ DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Wavering 4.4M %  HUH n< Pol ley Responsible For Dollar Flights To th. EdUar. The Aduocolerived In British Honduras in Oetocontrovers> ever since In thcee lour yewjJijd %  Uho-uili, it must Sm.—The unrest in British Honber, he emphasised at his various <•• "• > d '" "' you know be conceded that theMwpplyinc of dura, caused by devaluation of official meeUnjs that devaluation Jack if we dont get no rain we certain articles of food is still a the local dollar has been prominwas against Ae interests of the aint going get no crops. Apd yes problem, the re-elniToducln| of .nth featured in the British press colony and was not contemplated said Jack, "it we dont get rid of this inestimable Sour would be a recently In • letter to the Times", by His Majesty's Government the raw wc ain't going ;et no crops boon to this comm jnity Mr P. G. Donald, an established But. "The official pronounceneither' According to -Soya beans. Gold Ixindon business man who visited ments of I.ord Ustowel, welcomed My brother says his grivndfalher from the Soil by E J Dies, the Ions last year, says that "A by the press, were reversed within was invited to a dinner up at the protein runs from 3, 1 to SO 1% • the circumstances .10 weeks without support of the Big House and there were present according to variety inevitably places the responsibiliiv [aghlalllia ~ Mr Donald admits many experts on soil and plantThe Soya bean has beep, during on the vacillation of the Home [hat there are economic arguments Ing There was plenty brandy and centuries, the chief source of proGovernment for and against devaluation. He the conversation which also flowed tcln for the Japanese and Chinese Mr Donald tells how on Sepbelieves that If it had been pu. freely was mostly about King It Is a healthful and sustaining tember 21, IS4S. on a cabled reInto effect at the same time as the Sugar After a while the converfood, and comparatively speaking, quest of llritish Honduras Chamother colonies, it would have pastsatlon swerved to rats and their cheap bar of Commerce, he tried—but ed with little trouble. destruction One authority on Tor milch goats and milch cows without success—to discover. "At The wavering Government every subject, as abounds in PaIt Is excellent n high Colonial Officer level", policy, however." he concludes, nooku even until tlus day said E. A Mc. British Honduras stood in -was responsible for a speculative "Re" "> "*r to get rid of All ... regard to devaluation flight of dollars which has emunna has to do is to put som Larry Loads .< not until October 10, barrasaed the whole economy of Paris Green in their holes SIR.—Much discussion has taken official reply made it clear the country-a contin.iency that I asked my brother and he said pta „ ln nctni we ,. ks „„ |n( %  li.it pub. i lm.1 not even been conshould have been foreejjn." .idered. but that the local dollar READER had merelv 'stayed put" in its re*•„_„„__:_. D si-tes dollar", Concerning * %  /stated Sm,—My brother sa-• ,I.IS Legistst..tta got he fren "M-m-m-m. How' dtllon o( ^ ^^ and ^ ^ roN which use them >..wi Bfiin Thp rjfrHear of motor lor!1 „ Sis T D Increase bringing sugar from the country t oth mao district* seem to feet that notnirui ^..1 _ll I. g-av>. a ,. hi>ul4 be on U.> proposals to-day. he says, is the man wb n>d of the second lomer One l< left to wonder whether the drivers are paid by the load or whether th. ttrnm If thty are paid Ha* load then it Is reasonable of Stsufur Colonial Affairs, arDays and have beer a subject for The war has been ended now that they should drive ere under consider;.arranges the menu-economy preWorld War, Dr. Si vents him being barred out. then Director of Agriculture to say that when Rats existed In Padooka as far il-cw Ihe commuraHj then Minister back as the good old Bourbon the decrees. ontial "break neck" speed in order to get in as many loads ae possible in a day but if they are paid weekly then the law should take notuv of their conduct. Another aspect of this danger i> that Ihe? bring iu the Cttj i of about forty or Hfty bags of rugar and then they allow men to sit on top of the load. There are two very good objections to this practice. The sugar is for human consumption and It is unhygienic to have men sitting on it during ihe-.v long voyages to town. In the second place there can be no chance of survival for those who ride so precariously if any sort of accident occurs on the road. The Police should rtop it because there is provision ror the prosecution of those who ride on vehicles wlthov.t the pen of the owner. ( ITBooks Or Bntikfunt SIR—Some time ago n was made in the Evening issue of your paper of the difllcuh I the Second;.: ex'-erienced in obtaining text bookf. and the point was made that one Dossible solution to the problem was that the C. %  hould provide some of these as VU done In the case of the Elementary Schools. I should like to draw to your attention that there seems to t some difficulty In the Elcmcntarv Schools to-day. The children are now being discouraged in the use of Wales and the rcstilt hi thai parents who can hardly afford l< send their children to school are now compelled to buy books at During this week I cverheard %  .ition cetween n .-ever. year old child in the "tint Stanford" and his mother. Ha It. 1 bean told to bring to school a Drawing Book. It cost his mo iicr hHivt cents and she had only one shilling for the day's cxpen.vs. It mea.it either book or break.Vt. What is there to prc.cnt a flist standard pupil from ioaig his orawuig on a slate? fh? child also har to write everything In an exercise book and the number o.' these are more than world Le the fees for a term at J H School. It does seem thamnM person or persons Intend to disiildrcn from getting an education by putting unnecessary obstacles in the parentTEACrU.U Wc Offer To-Day — GUAVA CHEESE—Bots. 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THURSDAY, MARCH 9, I94J flying Fish Plentiful \t Markets Assembly Discuss Estimates BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE It: Ik 0> ,,iii' 1AND. nine hundred i from %  ,ixtv-three pourds of ,M through the Public "" %  "itrod u .M s | nc payment rek. Thursday prov" !"!" bers had started p > "" m (or the market. 1.775 lbs. of flying (lsh, lolphin and 317 lbs. of ,winging a total of 2,532 lbs., %  Cbraugbt in nw week's total was made up LsitU lb* of living fish. 974 lbs. UZL 103 lbs. of bill fish. 1.252 ~. jbark and 28 lbs. of albaFish was also very plentbe rural tlsh markets and Fairly large catches brought m a '' Paynes Bay, nd the Spetghtstown ursel during last week. in the respective areas ;t*ir share of i!ae catches kf* hawkers brought some to E Hall and the City Very - gdai were realised. Byj KAY 31 Sgt. Ivan Thomp(J nfs from the local Conr..l:n after 36 years, eight ^ %  gtt if service. Sgt. ThompK JJ d i present on three months ; estimates: IBK prior to retirement. w Thompson was well known |*UK .-cavities in St. Peter, Si'. •pend St Lucy. For the last w \mestigtion into the working of the Electric Supply Cor, Gr n ? Sawion. yesterday, poratlon. rr • | Bellamy appeared on alternate Guilty Of Assault SENTENCE POSTPONED SENTENCE on 32-year-old JosnevTh"""" 18 b,,u, r "'"oufd £9 rj"" 1 *" h " bosun to bl Mid. It was a matter on which each member should make deeijion. It was not a ma !" .Vr the Government lo decide. !" n the quarrel about food w. Gamer ,C1 thereupon eSed* E? KI"-" ai ;.f nll od to his own view, he admitted, and so long as .... he was a member of ihe Housl ho la the rank of Lance Serwould vote for refreshments hJ.'hi W "* "' n .' ro d '*" or ">* hon ble member to rain point, and he much. the esented it very Fat 1938 he was made a full Ser% %  at S^t Thompson was awardla) the Colonial Police and Fire %  jtpde Unu Service Medal In 01). Five years later saw him %  —."was not a question of food tiaWnl."}' highest award for, but a question of principle. The Mr Walcott got in a last word to sa> it was not a question of food Houil Police—the Colonial PoftfUeUI. Be is brother to retired Sgt. Arnold Thompson and what is %  BBirkatli 1 .> that they were the fat Wo brothers to be made Own Sergeants together. H> served under six Commis-. atari They were: Col. Clarke, 01 Einel. Col. O. C. Heldenan Cc. W Dickens. Col. O. ft A Duke -ind the present Comur. Col. R Mlehelln. A REPORT of an accident ubmned yesterday in this %  ana it was stated that the rear Mail of motor lorry M 2064, ownM. .lones and aim by Bert Rawlins of KenKVJIM New Road, ran over .1 biouned by Granville Chelof the Central Police Staind ridden by Sybil Kellmon VtnU Avenue. 1 thick Rock. This statement is misleading tone persons concerned with accident told the "Advocate" may that if the wheel of thu J did run over the bicycle it Jdhave been damaged worse. Irwtiffltioiis made yesterday ^disclosed that the lorry was with Kerosene Oil and at he, weighed about seven Head was parsed and the Committee got back to a calmer discussion o. too estimates. Adtill Suffrage Government intends to bring Traffic Disturb Assemblymen nI h Ti, ,ooUni 0f m( or vehicle. .1 id the rasing of tneir engines %  long Hiekett street, considerably interfered htl he discussion by H! e ln ,nc House of Assembly yeslfraay M the Colonial Es. lima.es (or the current year. So annoying was thu at one after listening to a reply Irom the J; 01 rrnment representative. Dr M Q Cummins, said that he had wee trying the entire morning to .hi ?' %  "** being sald n ">• other side of the table, and had round it extremely difflcult On some occasions the remarkj of members on Mat side were totally Inaudible to him. due to the noise and such a state of alfairr was most undesirable. It has been vhe custom to rope orr the urea around the building when either body of the Legislature v..,, in session but coming mto operation of ,ne oneway traffic arrangements for this has been discontinued. Mr Waleott had the sympathy the Press, whose r.otelakefr Mr D. G. Leaeoek Inr Pro < c ?t au "uHimj Inez MarUnident of the Chamber' pointed out e , n Noven,b r with intent to that Mrs. Lilian Coe had ap"""S 1 proached him asking whether th. aB ', u After a felony and common as&auii. Chamber would support the petiAfter a brief deliberation tlon. He replied that he had a "?'" Ivy found Bellamy guilty Council Meeting which would take ' common assault. Throughout place this week and would bring th *" Irl *' Bellamy appeared to be up the mailer then in a nervous state and His HoniJr ?!?. P ^? pl f w : -n \.' "> oplnour. In summing up. referred to WWS.'.t ILSdTK SSe in^^ce !" ^ !" SSfc""^ 32 -^ A C-rown 8 BXmy Pr r U r Bet *leclricitv i tms cue ,he Court adiourned Hon'ble V, C. Qale said that unt 10 " aJn on FrW "ythe lady was an American who was here for some vears. Sht liked Barbados and was very keen ln getting tourists to com* down here. She however would not like them to come and find that there were no electrical appliances. American Machinerv The President said that he agreed with her as a private Individual. Mr. T. Bowring said that ff seemed to him that the members of the Chamber of Commerce would probably have contrary views on the matter. Mr. R. M. Cave felt that the ..„ ippoimment of a Public I'tllitv were if anything, in a worse o*lBoard would be very desirable in tion than he j a matter of that sort. I It was then decided that the Further Pound \p2Z£%%?2Q'%£ l Z Conflerence After premiiiiiarv Likely a Bill for Adult Suffrage "'.'""u* *'* n " revaluation F**wi all— si.. _.1 !" rti Tihe* IV,.M...I i down —— —.• % % %  < duui an I ,,• — % %  •• %  ••an soon after the estimates have been I? 1 V 1 *" %  oou "d. there migh; be Pwed Mr. Adams said as thoi u r W| nferei.cv on the matter Committee was diivussing Item| wi i," co "imercial representation 30 Revising Officer, under Head Th,s waa 'losed in a lettes 14. Legal Departments. Mr, Adams m ,ne Ac "tE Colonial Secrewaa telling the House of I MTH,"' tary to lhe Ch amber of Commerce increas-e asked for by the Revisina I! 1 rv ^' to %  request from ihai Officer. The increase was voted body ,hal lnerc *hould be ful The President reported that the Barbados Ice Company had seviiscussior. |oral years ago asked for permission to import machinery from tha %  MTU is just around the corlaBtuni ii.ny children have MjjM to make kites and ip twine. March means tj muct> lo those kids who tako ptinu-resi m kills Hying, Jtay children save up their Ka money and bus fare during • wmih in order to buy kite I lad rolls of twine from ^BMy a few kites can be seen H in the country districts but pneral invasion of kites will m before East If Adult Suffrage became law. Mr. Adams said, the whole question of registration would have to be revised. Dealing with Item 32 which %  repnaaoUUon to discuss the problems arising from re. valuation. The letter states: —i '* ,i f. Excell ncy is in sympathy provider for Registering Offlcersi n t '? e ^pr^soiitatioiis made b> in the various parishes, Mr. Allder >cur ch "nber in this matter, but said he hoped some improvement ? %  was decided during itie Conm the way those officers did their| ference of West Indian Governwork would be brought alwut. I ^ nclu ln November, that only Working claw people who could rnmenl m olls should atnot afford to travel long distances 1 Tend th Conference and as the — 'o register ihen,' '< %  • „, votr oth er WtK Indian Governments very difflcult position had mot rome difficulties in tho are con II r '8 membership of their No action would however be U.S.A. or Canada, but were fused by the Government. They then had to get it from the United Kingdom at a greater cost and now found that an American had applied ard was trranted permission to bring in sin.ilar machinery. He felt that that M loading the dice very heavily mi local business firms. That case had come very forcibly to his mind recently and the policy of Government was a very unfortunate one for local LwslMssBnaii to face. He felt that the matter should lie considered very seriously by all local people interested In industry. The Council was of the opinion that if the facts were correct, local companies would be plac d in a 19-Year-Old Guilty Of Shop Breaking NINETEEN-YEAR-old Wilberforce Barrow of Spa Hill. St. Joseph, pleaded guilty at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday to a charge of shop>-breaking with Intent. Sentence was postponed by His Honour Mi 0 1. Taylor, Acting Chief Justice. On February 12 last Harrow was apprehended by P. C. Gaakin of the CJ.D. as he (Barrow) broke and* enterM the provision shop of Messrs. General Traders Ltd. at Busbey's Alley. Mr. D. ii. L. Ward, who represented Barrow, told the Court that as far as he knew this was Barrow's first offence. He waa only 19 years old and was doing good at his job as a baker's apprentice. Eldea Barrow, a chauffeur, and cousin, to Wllberforce Barrow, also addressed the Court on his cousin's behalf. past, and great influence brought to bear on the question of the registration of workerr in country cllttrteta. It ElMtned that there were certain persons who did not want to see a large proporlion of workers registered, as voters. Sometime:' workers travelled three or four miles to register and then they were on many occasions turned back by the Reglitcrinii Officer. Mr. Mapp (L) said he hoped the Government would see its way to adopt some of the suggestions made by the la;"t speaker. There were many complaints regarding the Registering Officers. Arms, Ammunilion Speaking under Head 1.1. Police, Mr Allder said that last lime the Estimates were tielng considered. |i till. BOXING TOURNAhe had made Ihe suggestion to MIST ill Biightons Sports Government that as regards Item 29 "Arms and Ammunition" it was absolutely unnecessary to spend tho amount provided fol which he had tried to explain. He Mini observed that there was an attempt to make the Police Force a military outfit. Mr. Adams replied that the mmtly it was announced IBdGerman, No. 1 contender Wish Lightweight honours, "live an exhibition bout %  J" -ighlfoot Kid at tho ModIptft School on March 16. £ would prove very inier German has "defeated Kid on previous occasalso hinted to tho thai he intended giv! %  "• exhibition bouts with a ^•ri'.er-. wn o m he would pick JW PEOPLE who saw an Zj m ,ms ( -' u mn on Tues• Mcrring to lhe newly creeled %  niers al lhe I'robyn Street told the "Advocate" •> that they would bo very inuie authorities would erect | by lhe Fountain Garden ho spoke about this LP"* can* buses going %  erection of Roebuck Street ^epark Hoad. "Id that after leaving ill ev<,m "g they have CD Wt ten lo fifteen mlnutca i before the bus comes. ri.il y sudden shower l"id they have IU take J*" by Messrs. Mannlng'a •tore While they arc ,-. uiere. the bus paaaea tj> obviously have to wait I livf" mlnulcs •vJ, .T !" 5 ."' **! was reported L*,7'K! US Morris of Thom%  li : i hris L hur ch He E !" " money was removjg'c ash box at his liquor Il221, nl -m. and 3 am Jjj^ice are making invesH^IDENT occurred on T~i S'rc'l at about 9.30 Wua3 < ^ > between motoi Marshall of Baxter.! Lo,,,,.,., P Melver.Mn. SI George. BJa^*' lightly injured on J""' 8 'truck OUtin I mJr" and many fishing KT. ? n 8 ' n out 'o sea t !" r ili down. J** k one boat was exten""•ed by these high >n told ihe Adv.%  f——> that it i, a pe.t th Zi "" palch ' Mil! %  atr** "oulri IN# K_ _i-i ,ff "; the priur. Pot upon them. thai |E fchermen have I IT.boau which need new 'or the moment KL *** ""5 his bicycle FcanBT^"''' ''on*' reaSS?*^ molor ' HbES.nolnjurle, and the '*• not damaged. delegations to officials, His Exceltaken until the fee Company relency regrets that it will not beieelved Government's reply on the possible to Include unofficial in matter. tne Barbados delegation. i Mr. T. Benjamin, a Commission „,,.. >Agent from the United Kingdom !.,„!£. rC5e "' conference is Innow resident in Barbados was !"!" as a preliminary discussion proposed by Mr. J. H. O'Dowd %  irnong offlcials, mainly of the adEgan as a member of the Chamber minlstrallve problems arising from lot Commerce. Mr. R. M. Cave secrevalualion and It Is proposed that onded. there should be a furihcr conference with commercial representations when the practical effects of revaluation are better under stood, and I will address vou further on mis question in due course. "I should add that vour letter was considered by the Governorin-Executive Committee in accordance with your request Protest Against References To Juliana PRAGUE, Mar. 8. Holland has proicsiix. to the Czechoslovak Government again*. reierences to Vueen Juliana nm point was raised nt some time of, aimng the trial here of the Dutch tho sitting of the Estimates Committee. It was agreed that this Item should come out and in its place should be put, "Public Security Equipment," making provision for the purchase of tear smoke equipment, etc. The Government were as keen as the hon. member to see that the Police Force become a Police Force and not %  semi-military unil The attitude of the Government was to demilitarize the Force as quickly as possible and make it a purely civil organization. Mr, Allder said that he felt the amount of $2,880 required should still be reduced because unlike sonic other colonies, they did not have the trouble here of suppressing crowds. As regards the Item "Upkeep of Hospitals," he was wondering if UM POUM Hospital was necessary nowadays, and if it would not be cheaper' to send sick policemen to the General Hospital. Sometimes the Police Hospital "was empty for months and when it did have anyOusinussman, Johannes A. Loumn, sentenced to 15 years' hard labour for economic espionage am. MaOOUfta Of remarks by the President ol ihe Court, tne Dutch note said, "The Dutch lX'legati--n protest!, vehemently against such an impropriety which is contrary to the trauitions o( courtesy, which rigorously exclude any allusion oeing made to the Hovel Family of the Netherlands in any court case of whatever nature." The note expressed the Dutch legations "astonishment" that LOUWWI in his court confessions had gone "beyond the scope of the acts of which he was accused." "The Legation noted with stupefaction a confession which is totally contrary to the truth", It added. Jacob Van Der Gaag, Dutch Charge D'AfTaircs, who disclotea iiu !i xt of the note to-day is hlmelf under orders from the Czech body onlv one or two persons | povcrnment to leave the country could be seen in it. 'following the allegation made at Of the Item "Upkeep of Cot*" I the Louwers trial, for which $1,000 was being asked) An official statement made at to be voted, Mr. Allder said there: 'he Hague said "In conn itton with wera about* 500 or 600 of these I the fact that the Netherlands cots and this sum for their upkeep | charge D'Affaires in Prague and war. to his mind, somewhat expensive. He felt that this amount should be reduced. As regards the item "Motor the Netherlands Military Attache, and the Counsellor of the Legation have been requested by the Czechoslovak Government to leave Transport," Mr. Allder said that Czechoslovakia within eight days every now and again one heard or .j^ Netherlands Government h some vehicle belonging to the Force involved In an accident Only last Sunday, according to • report in the Press a motor van had broken through the rails along the Constitution drain. That was only or.of the several nccider.'.s during the year and from what he could see sufficient care was not being taken by persons in the tions made during the Louwer Force who were responsible for, trial against members of the the working of the transport .ysDutch Legation, whose departure demanded the recall within eight days of Miss M. Ludvcva (Attache), and Miss R. Palova, Charuery official of the Czech 1-egaTlon here" The Dutch Government", the statement said, "has once more flatly repudiated all the accusaGoering Iron Ore Works here he Ar. excuse was offered for the absence or Mr. G. 1]. King. Members nrcnt were Mr. D. G. l-eacock (President). Hon'ble V. C. Gale. M.L.C.. Mr. T. Bowrirt !" Mr. D. A. Lucle-Smith. Mr, T. O Dowding. Mr R. M. Cave, Mr. A R. Toppin. Mr. A. R. E. King and Mr. T. N. Peirce. Leaeoek Granted Leave Of Absenee Mr. D. G. Leacock (Jnr ), President of the Chamber of Commerce, applied for and was granted six months' leave ol absence from his duties at Urn monthly Council meeting htld yesterday This will take effeit from April !. Mr. Leacock will be going to .lie United Kingdom on business coupled with pleasure and while there will .ittend the British Industries Fair among other things Mr. A. R Toppin, Senior Vice President on behalf of the Council, wished Mr. Leacock a pleasam' voyage. Spanish Pretender A "Piigrim M ROME. March 8. Don Juan, Pretender to the Spanish throne, Is expected to be received in audience by the Pope to-day "as a humble pilgrim. Accompanied by his wife, he arrived in Italy from Lisbon las. week-end. Their 11-year-old son, Princ" Juan Carlos arrived here by au last night also from Lisbon. Don Juan has denied that hi* visit here has political significance But rumours persist in politica, quarters that Spanish Royalist* may hold a secret meeting here. These quarters note that among other prominent Royalists now In Rome are the Duke of Alba ana General Alfredo Klndland. Ex> loria Eugenia a also here. — Renter Would Do Everything WATENSTEDT, Salrgitter. March 8 West German Labour Minister Hatch today told the) worker* of the former Hermann Postpone Sentence AT yesterday's sitting of th> • ourt of Grand Sessions, Alfred Hart let: pleaded guilty to a charge of breaking and enterins the dwelling .house of George r.rathwalte of St OeorK* on lanuary 2 last and stealing onr p.iii of flannel pants, one whlb 'l.irt and one vest, total value of MB.72 and $95 in cash, all the property of Brathwaite. Senienc was postponed by HIHonour Mr. G. L. Taylor. C>VSE NO. 21 THE hearing of Case No. 21 on 'he Sessions Calendar — Kev ft, Konald Sellman could not be iieard yesterday. Mr G. H. Adams who is appearing on behalf of Sellman. was occupied at the House of Assembly. Death By Natural Causes A VERDICT of death by natural 'Buses was returned by a sevenman jury when an inquiry into the leath of 30-year-old Allan Nile> •of Rockley, Chnst Church. WS4 held yesterday by Mr. E. A. Me Leod, Coroner of District "A" Allan Niles who was a tailoi took suddenly 111 at his home arid was taken to the General Hospital on January 24. Govt. Will Se. Up Wages Board FOR SHOP HANDS A letter tram I nial Secretary to the Chamber o' Commerce informed th* n id to e>ubliah a Wages Board for ghoi Assistants in the City of Bridgetown The letter fmtl.t Chamber to submit from whom r*pl ployers in the trade might i %  pointed to the Board. At their meeting •< %  Council considered tr* appointed the following: Mr. R. M, Cava and Mr. J K. C. Grannum (Dry Q Mr. A. R. K eery BualiMai ud PI H. Blair Bannister (Hai Mr. Bruce Weatherhead (Drugs and Mr Victor Chase (Small Grocery Business), Electricity Cuts Stili Necessary IT is understood from ngement of the Electric Supi Corporation that Kngme with the broken crank-1 i-haft has been rebuilt \\ not be assumed that it can be ; into full comml il u,-ek nore;Mary tests have to take place I As N. when the parts fa ed it will fore this MMAM and until bOU commie Ion again p of load gheddlng will -nil K ateeatsoy, Fined For Selling Adulterated Milk •Vi POULTRY FEEDS OF ALL KINDS by Now obtainable Irom . II. Jason .lones Co. Ltd. HHtB 4. NVVELTIES IN I EMI M NnOM ROt-Rives In X, Shade. LA( I a j| a, r 36 In. wide In While. Bel UK in \ rOWaU -ood al Of .... SIM aer pr. Belae. BUeh at J1.77 per pr. I >.'•-%  .' %  '•!* e A-artmeato? !" ^. !" '">" %  SIMM*. A %  int ol 15'in H days or [{! one month's imprisonment was Imposed on Ctaarli Road. Bank Hall Worship Mr ( A McLeod for ed. and iCacl 10 Edu.*!! !" .! I,MJ ,.,i ,,.. < rm p^ Kd wtam me lli^ae d)in.i Tl* Hr^tU pMMd ' MUM Tl.,.1 14 i P-tWln-wiil. S44.WW Pt — S3S.410 li !" d l I IiuHulrlal Schooli fM.JKl || c CI-I %  • S.4H. Mf-i.,1 IS gun FOR THE BEST IN AUTOMOTIVE PAINTS INSIST ON "B E L C O" CELLULOSE FINISHES 25 YEARS AGO tern. Horses I'nneceisary On the item al>out "Horses;'. Mr. Allder said that to his mind it was becoming unnecessary In these davs of motor transport for the Police Department to have su was demanded yesterday The Dutrh Government doe* not accept in any part the arguments brought forward by the Czech Government in support of the order to leave and wished to nut on record that all the conof this arbitrary many bortaa\ It might be fe t that w !" *""" measure by the Czech Governor the part should m* !"!" ; ment are the full responsibility of because of sentiment, but he i this Governmenf—Reater Coalition Cabinet becauM -. thought that one should not allow sentiment to cost so much. surprised to see under Item 67, the provision of IWhJ the purchase of more horse* ATHENS, March 8. did not know if he could get the Leaders of three Greek parties puarantee from Government that announced tonight they had they did not intend to go ahead Agreed ( n principle on th* formawlth such o purchase He was tltm & 2 Coalition Cabinet 9 OB Psige 7 would "do everything to come to a satisfactory agreement with the British High Commissioner, Sir Brian Robertson, on the problem of dismantling in the works." Storch had come here yesterday to calm the mounting tension among the workers over the newly begun dismantling operation in the foundry of the Works. He said he would do everything to help the Salr.gitter area, where heavy unemployment had created a dismal situation. He said he would not need to r.e places of work hare, if the West German Government were free in their actions." : teamship "Alcoa Polaris." Included in this vessel's cariy. for the island were 56 cases Of tobacco, eggs, n Plymouth car an! a crate r,f potatoes from Bermud i. ine "Alcoa Polaris" sailed early yesterday morningfor St Vincent. Messrs Da Costa a Co Ltd., are local agents. "Custodian Due Here Today THE Harrison Une freighter 'Custodian," consigned to Messrs Da Costa Co.. Ltd.. is due to errive at Bridgetown around midday to-day. It is coming from England vi,t the* British Northern Islands with (Barbados Advocate. March IMIl MR J. It. DOVELL. i so WE underhand that Mr. John ]{. BovaU, i S of i^grieulture wU i-n of the current month i Mr. Boveil entered ti Service of this colony in 1883 as Superintendent of Dodd. atory. It is there ol the Botanical 81 lifty-six | started on U> Ltnj lueh tremendous vmh* Suaar Industry of the Island. Manufactured by (IIEMIIAL INDUSTRIES LTD. PAINTS DIVISION A. S. Bryden & Sons ( %  '•) Ltd. *•** %  \WITT Shirts with trubvniscd collar attached hades of bUu, rream. gn and wUtt E.. $4.87 %  ENDEAVOUR" Sport Shirts. i blue, tan, white short sleeves. In E. 8-1.84 < Uular sport -. %  blue, Fawn & grey. $4.92 $4.60 i-Hoae, in l.lut-, fawn 1 ) lo II| Ins. E. 11.11 & $1.49 INTERLOCK cotton A %  40. Each 9 4c. "ENDEAVOUR" P y j a m a %  utta, striped daajgaa. si/.'s 36 to 44 ins Each $6.13 Knitted white Silk Scarves with fringe. Each.. $3,67 Cave Shepherd k Co., Ltd. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street ha.Hr arlo. The "Custodian" was expecte.l hera some days earlier but delay was caused In the Northern Islands. V.HAT'S ON TO-DAY West laalan Caarl of ApaaaJ al U.W a.aa. B.T.C. Raen at CarriMB Saraaaaua al I.M a.m. Mobil. Cinema. Searle. EaUle Yara, t'hrial hurrh Charch al 7.M a.m. MN TOM* ALT Tin; and Into 1950 WAY... with Flying Colours I If V1MIJ, — !" N. B. F^elivcrlcs can be BEST i u.i i: oi\ nn ged in the U. K. %  •mm tnuKt um. teas...*, CABACE



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PAfll BARBADOS ADVOCATE TIILRSDAv ^,,^ T FOR QUALITY VALUE SPECIFY BURRELL'S BOOKS OF GREW INTEREST Booker T. %  • %  •%  -By Bun SlitlJ^ White FK -By Jack Lot^ Four Siuri p onni —By Hutf, Baa WilUamm By Jane, i m Treasure in tht Caribbean -ByA.W.Ao^ Now on Salt*: SIATIOW *^$ufwt$pecuik -i and Liqueurs MARTIN! DRY S2.88 MARTINI SWEET S2.88 SEAGERSGIN $2.50 CHABL1S [1943) $3.00 CHAMBERTIM 1C43' . $4.50 -.-."' HOUSE OF LORDS GIN $2.50 HENNESSYS V.S.O.P. BRANDY S8.00 HENNESSYS XXX BRANDY $5.75 CANNED FRUITS LADY DANE BLACKBERRIES IADY DANE STRAWBERRIES DUTCH PEAHS AUSTRALIAN FRUIT SALAD SINGAPORE PINEAPPLE SOUTH AFRICAN CUAVAS 'lRINIDAD GRAPEFRUIT HEARTS JAMS & MARMALADES IX.:.. RASPBERRY JAMIh lbs. .. I SOUTH AFRICAN PINEAPPLE I SOUTH AFRICAN MELON 5 GINGER I SOUTH AFRICAN APRICOT I .BEMA MOLASSES — %  TRINIDAD MARMALADE GOLDEN SHRED MARMALADE "i SOUTH AFRICAN MARMALADE CANNED VEGETABLES CH1VERS' TURNIPS CHIVERS' PARSNIPS HEINZ VEGETABLE SALADLargo HEINZ VEGETABLE SALAD -Small DUTCH CARROTS DUTCH BEETROOT TOMATO PUREE ... CEREALS SHREDDED WHKAT WEETABIX 26* MUFFETS 31c SUAKER CORN FLAKES 37c QUAKER OATS (Small) 26* QUAKER PUFFED WHEAT 31c FAREX 90c PICKLES & SAUCES MORTONS' COCKTAIL ONIONS MORTONS' MIXED PICKLES MINT SAUCE KORSE RADISH SAUCE FRENCH CAPERS HF.1NZ SALAD CREAM 54c 25c 23c 43* 43c HEINZ MANGO CHUTNEY COCKTAIL GHERKINS 74* TOMATO KETCHUP 3t* D. V. SCOn & CO.. LTD. SPICES & CONDIMENTS MORTONS' GROUND CLOVES MORTONS' GROUND GINGER MORTONS' GROUND MIXED SPICE 1'APRIKA PEPPER CAYENNE PEPPER COLEMANS MUSTARD MORTON'S CURRY POWDER CONFECTIONERY ROWNTREES EASTER EGGS titled with assorted chocolate* PLAYBOX BISCUITS CHEST BARS MARS BARS ROWNTREES CLEAR CUMS ...... 7* i CHOCOLATE TEACA r 3c ''RY'5 BOURN'.'ILLF. -.an* CHOCOLATE BABS GOTCAMtftuTA *jur,it FOA MC rp 4 *A\f


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T" gsDAV MARCH 9, 19S0 tcLASSIFIED ADS. FOR REXT BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN HOUSES DW.S """ d ~T., w £5!S livr. !" WW. Dfl BtST '!-( f cm mil. ,.„.„. „,^" T .52' • %  nosa SBBI. pretrrably ixtor* 10 N T 1 SO—xn iJiili"* !" *-"""" ' AW" I DMioonM 141 wim water, dreMlna room er 1 p m Ml*. Norm* OoodrtdB* a so-an THANKS L .fc—fc %  mnv IriontU for —* "„. - wnywllo' *1 C""H|Ker AUSTIN DrfOSTA I^Wf— „ SESORIAM BR( MOMU& who died Mh *- now our hearts sre sore Cases on we miss you more. BSVilt. rour gentle h '*• ar, b*aW*urea n.-thing cai (gas %  heartache only J**" ?, two: UW *OCll "rvrn | I know thai death was J •j**ar *lo h v lo • c n '*'" 1 at earting without '"**^" •* r^^bem. b. her M _%**g(M Downes. •> • >" _. our beloved HOKRLS. who fell aslcer h*Wrhi' north in*. — 1 ihni I her. mber %  II 3 io-Jn HOtSF.S--.St James C<*s1 Two house. newly built. unfUrntohnJ. to be In on ."* nd w*o coewnodlous furnished ZZ*. 1rT. P~Pty. Ui.bNi.bli be.ch and bathing. %  be vleenrd am !" r of day "V suitable tenant!, Box XX Co Advocate Co. I J SO—Sb ^lRI' Wtatofl Hill. HlBkH roin irt April for an iiideflmie period Jwnjjjjd. ir further pertlc*rs d CAJOUNOTON A SKA1-Y. LUTM Street tJIMi -£J5 real],..med „, rtH*U'n ordn. *r prtrM* ChrlMJAM Orde mm. £*"-M<> pwiou, ,„ ^^-ry. WrtU i*i„ H* beiutih.; h*. NOTICE B*BAIM>!. OIMSRAL HOtriTAl. 1—0c %  *" !" i"w rrom in Apnt III FIODBH BREAD < %  ALCOHOL %  ZiSIiSr "" ~!~M lnWr. will i.*'!,^""^. '"""UiM Mil I.. „i "~ .1 I..1..I., |„I„. |,.„ ,.. .,,„ r.m, ,.,„ l.inr.. !.&,,/. 5g* Uf — %  '•• "• nmmS .1 Twn. of cwntrwrt Bna nv (unnrr p„.. Ur.il*. mror h. obtMrwil on .ppli.i| or Uir Or.nl Horplui "Pi"".!!.. W GOODMAN Sr*rn.ry. £169,000 For Invention | L0NIX)N. March 8 Thp blgcpst award ever made the Bru\sh Government for ,an invention. £169,000. has been ( paid to a London rtrm for secret processes to protect aluminium one! aluminium alloys u*ed in the i construction of aircraft during the war. The previous highest' invention award was £100.000, made to Sir Frank Whltle. the jet cngirrt* ; pioneer—Renter. "CORAL CROFT', modem. 3 b-dioomone ho^aa built around Pallo for ren' ui-mined or unfurnished. Phone 3M| %  'C;iBRALTAR---0.uir %  *, From Ml. April and for Uie nvontrn of May, June. July Apply Mr* F H rarmrr! Andrews PlantaUon, 81 Joseph •/S.50—3n WHITE SANDS-Si llWIIM. ful nlohed The Bower. Garrlaon furiishe. HPUNI near Vht Ctub. furl-hed FlaU near Inch Martow. hummed and unfurnished Roar Hill S Peter furnimhwl Also large country and town properties Dlxon a Bladon, Real Estate Aaents. Auctloneen. Plantation, Buildings. Phone 4640 3 m %  .Till II VVI1N Fill I SALE %  • %  %  Mtut. one or Ihe bei 1 ig stroiui Alwayi % %  • %  In good condition Lftk srwe Apply • Straughn : CjMSirrrt. 0.1.50-t f.n AUCTION KHJOAV 10th at I p m UPpBB BANK HALL MALN ROAD, NEW BUAK1J Ah I SHCCOLC HOUSE 18x10.1. pine floor &"!$&&-*%  CAaH " rALL R. AHCHEIt McKENZIE. Auctioi.iers • 3 to .i It P :T Model raiag l ganl. Can be seen a< Offer, in writing wi to 4 p m Fndav 10th [Jtl A L>-nch Co Lid 7 1 50—n i Iti) dual geni food condition Eni< Tyre Company. Trsfalgar 9 3 50 tfn 'I Fare bred AIsMian %  %  *wd Applv to To Planl-tion. a Ihenr %  % %  • .3 SO—Bi WE0US f FLOS* MACHINE--A* now Beard Auction Rooms. BBBJJ H .. HKI 9 3.50—In. REAL ESTATE DWELLLNG HOUSE with 3 roods 31 penhem of land attached at -Briar Hair*. Christ Church. The dwelling houao conUlna open verandah, drawing and dining rooms, two bedrooms and usual conveniences. There is alao a Lime Kiln In good working order on the premiata. The above property will be -et kap lor sale at our OfSce. Jamei Street, on Friday 17th March, IftM, at 1 30 p m. Inspection o r application on the premi YF-ARWOOD & BOYCE. Solicitor a. S3. SO—an It—Ice Cream and Mineral %  veral Deep F n aaasrs laMltion with Guarantors at %  Auction Ifoom. Hard I Phone W*J I, 3. SO—In %¡ WELLING HOUSE—The two Honed dwelling house called %  AMBURY with I acre perches of land attached theieto. situate at Upper Collymore Hoik. St. Michael The house contains drawing and dining rooms, one bedroom ..no conveniences on tho ground hoor. and three, bedrooms, toilet and bath on first floor. Government water and Electric Ity Installed For Inspection dial 31*7 The above property will be *et up for Ml* al our Ofli.r. James Slreel. • %  $ Friday lTlh Monrh. at 3 p.rn YEARWOOD BOYCF. Soliiiton. S3 50—n t TV: lliil.-i.-i | ti'.r-* lire" thmt quenching drink man to-daranMt Its* n 2 to I n. I BOATS Three <3i FUhlng fOeofft Memtt. Caribbean. v %  -. %  > 3 1 to 6n every descnoUon _, old Jewel*, fine SfJK*ar., _,-^.l aarly books, Map*. AutoI par. : %  Oen rtges AJ laaug Bhan, HlBsMU Yacht Club 1 9.4. l l.n. LAND3.5 square feet of land at the Ivy. Goveniim.it Hill The above perrd of land will be set up for sale by public competition at our Office. James Street, on Thurdav IBth Kerch IM0. at ? p.m YEARWOOD At BOYCE. Solicitors S3 SO-fn PERSONAL Argortex Reflex %  Onerne Bniarger for above a ColontMsdO f tao r as 7 3 SO—An iOae Winter Coal and Woollen Tfiaiar awhea. rnu>v othel rhesp (or casti. condlUo"atCourt H Flat* .las-ting* 9 3 S0--1The (Biblli .ire laeraby -jriM>d against rlvii^ credit to my wife ESMIE MAUDB, SMITH aa I do not hold myself irsponslble Mr her or atiyone else contrartlnii any debt or debta In my name unless by a wiittrn order ilgned bv me nT7 GERALD WATTS. St Bernard. Village St Joseph I 3 SO4jn J pistols are here %  Wsk>: thai uees no cape vei J Of rv>lw G* %  IBT Dept where you will %  Be Daeay torch thut lifhu up "•a !" lajl B>u1 the adorab'e B Da. I. 3 SOJ' i alonecan be obtained %  Vi Music Depi They are %  Bar aikd the title eong • 'uin in i'.i-i,. 3 60In Charming tone Iron 'ana Oampoell Renewed. LRftunn: Priced ittraettvwlBMn, TLfalja. Street. Dial • 3. SO-In %  BBta. ROPI Apprc igaeg) i"" Applv Han I Co 1 tiratioii and refcrencr* L. 3 3 SOWANTED far the Anglican llieh %  . Grenada. Appii.-ei.oiu, S** —' hould be addreaagBil-n of Grenada, the OFFICIAL NOTICE BARBADOS. IN THE ASSISTANT t'Ot'RT OF APPEAi bring before me an account of 'lieu wild claim* with their witnesses. loCTunesds and vouchers, to be exaiiUn. by me on any Tuesday, or FVidac be tween the boura of 11 moon" and o'clock In the afternoon, at the Office o' 'he Clerk of Uv* Aamlatant Cnurt i Appeal at the Court Houae Bridgajtowri before the iTth day f May IBM. in orde'het such claims may be ranked acronlIng to the nature and priority therm* "sepecilvwly. otherwise auch parsons win ->e precluded from the baste** of the saxDecree, and be tsseeived of ail claims on or agatlnsrt the said property CJahnsavU are also noUAed that li-' muat attend the esid Court on Wsdneeda the 17th day of May Ie. at 10 o'clock a m hen their said clelma will be nuked,. On en mvder my harad thU and daft o \I..i. %  IM I V GILKER. • a 3> Aj[ Clerk ol Ihe Assi-i"' of Appeal ^ANEOlS J5L*' S CRADLE_In good li-T •"houl maltres* > > It Phone SIM T 9 SO 3n %  Mil Ni-ir.-, S,„. %  | :-. J*BfW Baune. Hi. theses' w.n. ( „ U| m offered (or usT ' • AdvucsiK %  3 SO-an I -iel Dl'sner rnj-t^?, >BU " r-d "iffs/ *T Plis. OFFICIAL SALE ,: If N i HI A'BISTAVT COt'BT OF APPBA* • EqulUble Jurtedlctloni NOTICss is hereby %  '•" '' -f an Order of the Assistant Ce" AppeeJ dated the and day of Man* IteO. >hseej *ill la-et up for sole to the highest -iHrVr at the OaVe of ihe Clerk -f the A-uiasatV Court of Appeal at the Cmr Rgaj e Bridgetown, between Ihe hour %  t II irsooni end 1 o'clock m the a'i~ oe" on Frldav Ihe lHh day of Mao If" • II that certain piece or pereri of Ian' .. -bur*in the parlssi <* Bain ':i ^.andlng on lands of one OtfesM an lands cf one lajenchette on lande of nose Hi'i '•>Ktton and en ate oeshl foes rca-t i%  •.mmon leading ta the public road o -ever el—the sans rosy abut sad bound and If not than sold Use sal •f*aperty will be art up Cor sale on ew rndoy asswewn >he ssrr me seen* Is sold far a mv not Isse taetn Cl l> iiM Dse*d tha and day of March lt I V GILKIsS. A** Clerk of tha Assistant Carl 1 TSW+ NOTICE RARBAU08 tiFNFRAL ROSPtTAL %  I'e Hoepttel up to IS o'clock noon or l i'* d v j ,4 Ji} March. 1BS0. to, Ih HAH. vSu£Z UNIFORMS FOR MALE NURSES AND PORTERS In, n p£ol ^*. y *"! r ln n %  A P"i. itoa render forms will be supplissj on apX" 11 ^^ "!* %  . General HosDltal. and tenders will not be .iitm.ih. ^Tosoluu^ -* " 0m% ,UPpl d b> Perssns teaferlas rse.t ..bmii al Iks Una ef ime.nns letter* frem Iwe ether sei-ieea knewn u pessess properly. epresslas ih.i, willlnsRiess ts berasae haaag ss seretles lar lb* imnimem si easlrael Ftsnher pertlrulare may be obtsdne rrom tho Secnetary. General Hospital. W. GOODMAN Begr*>tsea S3. SO—3n. NOTICE PABI.SH (.1 -.1. THOMAS TENDERS wll 1 be received bv the indcrslg-ned up to Frtda* ITth Maprh IBS*, in sealed envelopes ma %  institution u ihe parish of St. Michael and vice versa i!> For the supplying of coffins %  rwl ihe aonvevirfg uf the deed from the mutton or from anv perl of the perish o| either of the Church yards tag The ihe dead only in coffins supplied by the arl*h. The Board shell retain th1-s.hl of sending a person lo or tram Hospital of the institution wl.o In their opinion Is suitable to so travel; and do not bind themselves lo accept the lowest or no tender. W SMALL. Clerk. Bu-.nl of Pom Law Guardians 9 3 SO tn NOTICE %  e Eitele af ES.LEN AGUSTA SEYMOUR i Decease d) NOTKX IS HEREBY GIVEN that al. arsons haiving any debt or claims again* be Estate of Ellen Ajusta Seymour Jamea on or before Uie Slh day of M,< laso waiter which dale 1 shei| gra'eed to dSetrlbuie the assets u f ireeastd among Ihe parties unit thereto, lutving figerra only to >uci 'lalina of which t shall than, have had nntive and I will not be llab!< for Ihe asset* or any part thereof dtftnbutad to any person of whose <'e ;l*un I shall not then have had sjasasg And all persona indebted lo tha su %  late are requested to settle thetr mdebteoju*ei without delay Daled this nth day of March U' GLADRTONB F HOWXN tjuallfled eaeculora .rf the Esute c.f ELLEN AGUSTA SEYMOUR, deceased %  I :> tn Atomic Energy Can Be Applied To Industry LONLK-N. March 8. One of Britain's leading Atomic Energy experts Professor I. Oliphant challenged scientists and engineers, who have predicted that Atomic Energy cannot be economically applied to industry. Lecturing to the British Royal Society of Arts, he said: "I feel confident that atomic energy has a very important part to play In the production of industrial power, and that the cost will ultimately be found rt> be competitive* with, and probably much less, than the cost of power from other sources.'' "The time required to reach this state of development is unlikely to be less than 10 to 15 years, and clearly it depends on the relative effort devoted to the military and industrial objectives." Professor OHphant conceded a "remote possibility" that industrial power may one day be produced from hydrogen. It could be done. There was enough hydroRen available in the sea to produce all ihe power mankind could conceivably use in the whole lifetime of the Solar System. Professor Oliphant said: "Those of us, who worked in this fruitful Held of human intellectual endeavour harbour no hostile attitude. He thought there was small probaWlity that nuclear power would be available for useful purposes, unless the problems of war inuld bt solved. It is n source of great regret to men of science that their work is made the basis of the indiscriminate destruction of man, and his civilisation, instead of contributing to the well!>eln)i (if all."—Rraltr NoWarlMon 1970 -Says General Groves CLEVELAND. Ohio. March 8. Lieut. General Leslie Groves, wartime cfaitf of .tie United State.* atom bomb project, told the Chamber of Commerce here that he believed Russia would not be able to iiiutiitake an offensive war before 1970. General Groves said there was too much i*alk nml speculation "m high places" about the hydrogen bomb.—Router. Assembly Discuss Estimates Plane Crashes And Explodes MINNEAPOLIS, March 8. A pkiiH-. roaring through .i blirssutd, crashed and exploded last niglii'. converting a Minneapolis home into a blazing funeral pyre The plane carried 10 passengers ;md a crew of three. Two children watching televl-lon i.i the house when it was struck were trapped in the flaming Inferno which came from the plane's gasoline tanks —Can. Proas NOTICE Re I.I.L. ef SAMUEL A. HKEENF. < Deceased I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai al having any dabt or claims asuum state of Samuel A Skrene. deceased of Near Races in the Parish of St Philip in this island, who dsed In thi iland on the Mi day of Sepiemtj-v in, re leqiiesled to send in particular. %  their claims duly attested u> Ihe. under signed J Mc D Skrene ' Thorn Inn I. Cti Cai on or before -he l5.li gg June IBM aassr which dea*. ] .> nrucoed to distribute the assets, of UY icceeasd ^inong tho parties enUlled hereto, having ingaril only to aursl bum* of wh.ich I shell then have had otlcc and I will not be liable for th. aaets or any part Uierauf so distribute. r i*u person of whoa* debf I wll not then have had notice And all pereana Indebted lo the at -state are i tq ue at ed to settle their d g btett n ees without drla.\ Dated, tin. ftth day of March IVO J McP SKECNE. Qualifle-J rvecutor of the Estate of Samuel A SKRENE. .trceased 3 10 tn ARCHBISHOP'S TRAIN CRASHES WITH REPAIR TROLLEY MILAN, March 8. Cardinal Francis Spellinan. Archbishop of New York, escaped unhurt today when his train trashed into a repair lioilcy tin the line from Florence to Bologna. Some of the 600 American pllIgrims travelling with him received slight bruises. The Cardinal who arrived in Milan tonight' two hours late, was returning to the United States from a Holy Year visit to Home. —Reuter. therefore moving that that item Mr. R. C. Map* L. .aid that as regards the item "Rent allowance to Police Officers." he did not agree with the provision of $240 for parorhial tax The oniv parochial lax that he knew was payable on houses was the Occupancy Tax and this had now been abolished so that it would not be collected this year. He would like some explanation on this item. On the item "Arms and Ammunition," they had been Bjsaas* in explanation by the Leader <>i :iie House pointing out that vision was for the purchase of tear smoke equipment. He wag aware that a Police Force mutt be up-to -date, but he had seen in some newspaper a photograph of what was called a "Riot Squai" Of the Force. He did not know if that special equipment w..s for that special, squad. He did not know if there was anything like it in uther colonial terrttt the only riots that occurred her? were minor disturbances. He hoped that if there was such a mime In the Force it would soon be expunged from it. Criticism On the Item of "Clothing and Equipment.'' Mr. Mapp criticised the kind of clothiun worn by the Police pointing out that it was unsuitable for the climate, and made policemen very uncomfortable when the uv.nrier was at 80 or 90 degrees in the shade. He hoped that m the provision under the Item a change of clothing was envisaged. Of items 41 and 42 dealing with equipment for the Police Band, Mr. Mapp said that he thought every honourable member would agree that tinbaud had made .i name fur itself and was up to such a high standard that no one would hesitate to vote any additional sums to make it even more i-nleient or more modern. He understood that two jrfaVfl ago the leadtsr of the band, Capt. Ralson. had in mind the importation of more modern instiunu'ir.*. It would not be a bad idea if such i' request was made to Government 'or them to give consideration to it. It must be borne in mind that the hand did muc i for the cultural uplittment of the community: Mr. Mapp then moved th.it ihe sum of $240 in regard to pay parochial tax. lie deleted. Mr. Allder seconded. Mr. F. E. Miller (L) rererred to item 3 "Superintendents of Police" and said that as regards the Bandmaster who was one of these Superintendents, he did not think the salary he was getting w;is truly reminui.itiM* 1*01 the \\"ik he was doing. No one could deny the fact that he was doing a very good job. As regards the item "New instruments for Band." he thought that most honourable members would agree that most of the instruments were old, Bad UM $300 being asked for would onlybuy one instrument say, like I saxophone. Mr. E. K. YValroU (F.) uui'lu.ued the putting ol the changed titles in the Estimates such as from "Sergeant Major," for Instance, to "Inspector," before dealing with the Civil Establishment Order. The changes, he said. must be made and approved nrst before the> culd be put in the K '.u> |t(d Hepiying to tile comments, Or. Cwmmins (L) said that as egurds the points made about the Police Hospital by the honourable senior member for St. John, he supposed the honourable member would be glad to hc.ir ih .1 that hospital was used now niily as an observation post. If a iHiht-emon TiMirted sick he was sent there for observation. He knew that the honourable member would be pleased to hear that arrangements hud lecently been made whereby .t policeman could be accommodated at Pay Ward A at the General Hospital for half pay. that w.is 10 cents per day. As reTards the matter of the horses that h.-d been raised t>y the honourable member he would see that theie had been a reduction of these, but on the othei hand some must be kept, even for •is the honourable member had said, to clear a crowd. Of the point raised by the honourable junior member for St. Thomas about $240 to pay Parochial Tax. there seemed to be some mistake. There was no Occupancy Tax now and he thought this item might be ..:, %  ., i raws! Wear and Tear On the matter of the provisi -n for the maintenance for cots tha* had been raised by the honourable senior member for St. John, anyone would appreciate th.tt cots became old and worn in process of time and needed to hdj repaired. Certainly some provision must be made in the Estimates for this repair and maintenance. As regards the point made by the honourable senior member for St. James about the changes of the m honourable member would remember that a message from the Governor had been sent to the Legislature in connection with these changes. It was a recommendation in the Calver Report to which the Governor-inExeciilive Committee had agreed. lature was informed that these changes would take place. Mr. Adams added that the inclusion of the new titles was not an intiMition to do anything on the lly. NotsCfj of these changes hat icon given to the Legislature, but : i gtvej the honourable member the .iMimimv ihat imme(tsf the passing of the tha) I oiild deal with th ( change of the Civil Establishment Order. As a matter i could IHdone almost -nmiltaneously with ihe F.stimates. On the suggeiMon of Mr. E. K Walcott further i-onsuleratlon of # on page 8 L*ST A MM Wll LOST S W EEPWTAKE TICKET ROOI '> 4*> m. K MOOos v osso .t P *•-> ,. 4440Ok Y MJO3> v twu o z osia—a* AA. osasa BB. OMO-W CC esBft-aa Fir lad* Noelesn. Sch Molly N Jone-. Sch I'n'le.! Pilgrim S. Sch E M Tennis •irtlna Mar. Sch. 7.IU Woniia sch I ggUfdM ARRIVAL** *vi*nrr Cyril fl Smith. M tons nrt c..vi Hi.trhlne. |rom British Guiana Agent. Srnoone, Owners' A*aoci.uior Bssssksjr. 1S.0M ton* net Capt O L Firth, from Grenada. Schooner W u n d etfui Ccimcrllor. s net. Capt Ale**naler from SI iici*' Agents Srhootier Clamors A*nidetton. •Vhonner Adallna. 30 ton* ivc I. from St Lucls: AgentsSrh. owners' Association Smart loc La Quatra; Agents Costa a Co Ltd. •whnoner Philip rf Dnvldsor.. n toe* rajs, Capi SoeJy. for Bnush Ouuena: Agent* Srhoorsnr t>wnees' Aserx-lauoa. \I v L>s*e-*rood. 04 tons net. Cap*. Arehlbnid. for St I*s?ls. Ag)ent>Sch. tr-wnnr*' Assnclallon vearuude. 4J0O inns nd. Ca.ot. RaasassBn, for Antwerp; Aimis: Robert 1 bom Ltd S ft Alcoa Polaris. 3JM0 lone net. Capt llaluen. for SI Vincent. Agents: i a> Coeta AT Co lid IN TOUCH WITH BAKPADOS COAST STATION CARLE and Wireless iWeat Indiesi td Advise that they can now 'ornsnucatr with the folkmlng -hips through nr B*srs*adsM Oaaga) BjaUga S 8 Blsswegeils, IS Goldmouth. 8 Yarnanota. S S Mercator. S S. lohlll*. S %  htstlna. S S. Mauretams. S lie De NosrrnMitlsr. S 8 Fas,, 'ilisburgh. n S Monte Oil. S S Lolde Uruguay. S S Apache Canyon. S S c ovsc. S S Bros. S.S Tswwli. B.S RangltataL S B Alcoa • %  otarts. SS IsMde TKile nsanay, a.H nosstdon. ss Portugal. > S Easo Aniba. S S Ntdarholm. S S Fssrerfiell. *l St Nirevs C-rvre -1 S Sasibreeir. S S lanaa. M.V Hreeie S B LoMe Psraguai. S Sv BraISTS, S S Sninray. s S Pont Audemsr. S S Osarogne. S S Beilnda. S 8. S. \ellno. SS Coptic. SB Eaao Sao .loequln. S S Asserte. 9 S Cuataat De Cajracea. SS Bretagne. S S Esso IslUe Bock S S City of Dsetn. S S Strut, S S Marlon Csrssx 88 NWoteoa Psteras. 8 Guadeioup*. 9 8 Ultrirgast, g| Halycon. SS AtlasUic VoysSTC. S.S ",• IS VllUngsr. SS Stssdiel. S 8 ZarwgaHM. 9 8 Bulk Star, Sat. r.*rt Am .writ f* 8 tetdv Nelson. SB. 1 s specisli.t .^aaUrVmL ARRIVALS n> It W I A t •mm Trinidad. -nwi Swan. l>alinch*d Perssud. Gerald -.sat. StM*lag{h Scott. Mag lather Kern, asangergil Duke. Robert -Lnoa. Vivta Westbury. laxm Vslier. Marian Aubert rem British (iu'vu. Mre C. Casaawesn. Mrs (1 Menetrs \t* Peter Sntiders. Mew Maria Sanjlars. Miss Msuu SSU)ders. Mrs R Suet-Qusn. Mast T Suc-A (Juan. Mr N Mr A IXMendnnca Miss G Cumberbatch, Rev E J. FnfL Kletrtsr*r I*aom SI Vmcenl by II ti A Flssht IH* Honour. W F Coutu. Mrs Jarvei rjlisbeth Cisutts. Mrs Inei WlQaVns. itl.hop Ronssid N Shspley. Mr Roy Frith, Mrs Mavis Rooks, Mr. Rrrol lloohs ussPAjrruRXS By a w i A.U lor nVinidad Mr. Neville Warren, Mm. Marie Clarke. Miss Angsgs Boyce. Mbsa MBerts lluyce. M>S Jeanne Boytc. Mr Owen llrsyce. Mr HeJlard. Kev rhomaa rajnr. ,.•! Gladys Payne. Mr John Pays*. SHIPPING NOTICES Tha Schooner "Zlla Wonlla' wlU accept Cargo and raseerigana lor Trinidad, sailing Wednesday gih March. II w I ^(-H'KiNRR OWlsstRS' ABSOCIATION Consignee* British Kippe.r NOs*WU Kipi--ied Herrings Mack i .. Herring in Tomato SBUM .. Fish Cakes .. Red Salmon „ Chum Salmon „ Fish Cakes Salted Fish Boom Bloaters SI 1 ART & SAMPSON LTD. Kocbuck St. MONTKEAU AtWTatAlJA X CTf ZEALAND LINE Ua-TTED irM.A.N.Z., LINE) MA "PORT PTRIE" is scheduled to sail rrom Sydney January 14th — arriving st Trinidad about February Tth, MS'KAlPAKI" la scheduled te aaU from Pert Plrle Januar. Tth, Burnle Jsnuarv tOth. Beswty rwbat Janeery :jlh. Melbourne Jassasry *Rh. S>dneKehrusry 1st. Brlsber-s I^asAary_ ih. eirmaff at TVIiOdad about iota. Marcn Thess veaeels hrre ample apace lor Chilled, Hard rroim and Oeiierel C-gn Large accepted on Through linis %  * fading wtth trsoaslupsnenl st Trlnidssi for British Oulsns. Barbsdos. Windward and Tawward Islands. for lurther particulars apply :FtnUsTHB WmtY a> C Agent.Trinidad DA COSTA Al Co. t-TD Asenls: Barbados. LTD ^MoOCU Sisiam^upCo. CAN AD....'. sssVlt'l S.S "ALOOA POLARIS'* Februai UATOA PATHIOT" March Sailiag every two weeks. ItYFJOHIf NEW FORK SFBVICE •laila Arrives Nsw Terb lUrbades February 24th. March Slh. MW OKI I VN* HKRVIt K Hails New Orleans Arrives Hsfbsgss February Sard Marcn 4th. Great Eaatcr Values IN NEW £ RENEWED FURNITIRE i„ MAHOGANY. CTOAR, MaUiisleiiswl Btrch or Deal and Pine Tesartiinarli Wadieta ties. Ciadles. Dining Kitchen and China Cabins | fcdeasaMdg. WagsSone. latrder* sssoacaaae. Marble Top and Otk Brsk*aMea*as1 L& WII.MI\ rrsfalgaf S^reart Dial 400S r As a supplement to your normal diet use . COW & GATE MALTED MILK This preparation contains :— RICH CREAMY MILK, MALTED BARLEY and WHEAT alonK with VITAMIN D. The Ideal Malted Milk for wowing children, infanta 8 and adulu. Retail Price Sf* — lib. Tin Ob'ainabl* at tBOOKERS frM) DRUG STORES LTD. j Broad Strrr! and Hulliin IALTHA rBABMACT) IT'S IN FULL SWUNG! OUR HARVEST SALE TIIKSI. I'ltK l.s III I \ COMPETITION! PLAHTIC TABI.i: I OVhKS —11.11 up ll..........I Uualll) A Irrolaw BSD TICK M Ina. wide —11.14 • J* PLASTIC RAINCOATS —It.M ritli PLASTIC by thr Yard— Lovrl> Uualit) Me. m yd. Mill I 1 Hill in CKKPK —II SI a yd. ( UK Kl.ll TAKFETAS —11.J5 a rd. KHAKI A HIIITK IIKII.I.S —Me. np mean siuu — sic. up n^uiifui (iKORorrrE —u 11 up SPUN SILKS la It Ilinrrrnt QuallUm lie. up i.l N IS' a LADIES' VESTS —1 lar 11.0* TROPICAL SITTINGS— lluublr Width — ll.M up 01 NTS slllKTS In llundrrdl or \ JOHN >l IH \l0> REAL ESTATE AGENT — AUCTIONEBK — SURVEYOR Phone 4640 Plantation! Buildlnc. GEOMETRY SETS, MAPPING PENS PLASTIC PENCILS SHARPENERS Etc. ROBERTS & CO. — Dial 3301. FRESH STOCKS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING LADIES' COSMETIC BAGS and FINE POWDER PUTTS. CIGARETTE TUBES PIPES VACCO FLASKS DARLEY'S CONDITION POWDER for Horsei CALL In at :— COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY In. ;#l If..* lor MEN : Worklna BooU and Shoe.. Dreaa Shoes. I'oi I HUES: Calllornlana. Fancy Bbaaa. SpacUaa. Fcr CHILDREN: ghsaa far Boya and Olrla. and Ballerinas. THE BRITISH SHOE CO., LTD. W/,'/.V/4< i-A'-'X.-,' SPECIAL: Floor, Furniture, Linoleuma, Car Wax-I'oliab 38c. pe' "' %  THE BARBADOS MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Invites Applications For the post of CANVASSER Vice Mr. D. H. Alleyne, resljned. Applications In person and w rltlat wiU be received up to Tuesday. 14th March. For particulars apply to ... Uecltwl'.h Placa. Bridgetown. BROWNE. Sacr stary.



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I h ii t -.l.t > Marrh !> laae. Itattong Jfiftwcate \J7 Pricr: FIVE CftlfTS Year 5 3. ATTLEE FACES DEFEAT TO-DAY Pre-Devaluation Food Prices Back In British Honduras BELIZE, British Honduras, March 8 JHE GOVERNMENT here announced to-day that prices for food and other essential commo dities will be ot to levels prevailing befo tha British Honduras dollar was devalued % %  inrniM subsidies will ,n..i„n (nod. i,kr Hour, bourn, milk. nee, rnar.arinc. kerosene textiles the Wf %  /_ — /"*. — „ !" oll w i last month* If war ijomps ""n" !"!" ini u.e inni ,i 0 u. r V would not be restored to Ik former parity with bV Stales dollar. Riollng broke out he) devaluation md nation" Pi mlttee wi formed—Krulrr 15 Killed In Plane Crash U.S. Can Win far Comes -GENERAL BRADLEY WASHINGTON. March fi. | General Omar Bradley, ChairJJB at Ihe United Slates Chiefs #|Staff, today said: "I believe that gpr forces in being and our mo%  ^sOon base will be sufficient gg-thrr with the forces and po%  jgHil of friendly nations, to win iasr if H ."omes." net the United States .. period of peace time rd not expect to match the (net Union plane (pr planar (flip, division for division, ftftoui lowering it* standard of I If it is the desire of *.nc AlMTK'jn people to as-.cn.ble fcrcw thrii will statistically give the United States a prepondcrl are of military power next I jt*j. then we athall have to benw an armed camp." Such action will be a drain, not Ob' on the economy, but also on CMcra'-v and its many freedoms. General i % %  %  %  was addressing gtWorri'ii St tii nal Press Clubs. *kjr itf-'lcpnc <>f atomic bombs t kpjr ibilily in deliver then. k ui an immediate but iujrjuflve blow ol : %  ilintion. Con. id en re Jar resenrrh and (level* Hpaaune not only in bon %  aks, but also in other weapon* %  techniques, if properly mainfad and supported, should coni to improve the positi.ni ..f UINNhAPOUa, Mir Hun At least IS people, inciudini. two children watching in DMtl %  when .i pli dcntial d KliiTi.i i suiv M %  e northwest ajtrUnea Thm bouses wen 11 fire soon after the plane—a Mar%  oft %  i %  killed WTM %  i hlng the i>oughtv. ol brotht: %  %  ifcri'sutes and it's friends'' IF— I .i...._i.i.__ n._.... IE ...k_ had fll'-l pi eKpreased confidence %  .atomic weapons programme, Rtvy's anti-submarine preshould continue as research and developbtt material permitted. BradJB said %  us glad to be able to tell you, H m>' personal ervnlitm. Bit are proxressinx rapidly in a>6rlo —Reuter %  Ughlt i • oil page 3 mST MURDERED RANGOON. March, 8. fctatr Jules Pen in. 4? year old Babe missionary, who bad B Parish pricsi ji ;,> •tJP j-eais. had been mu f" -lv wu tound floating H a aaaahot wound in the HApaaaao' wound the %  aM %  bad wound on the fce -Reutrr. World Citizen Goes Home I'AIMS. MaroR 8. An Ann : %  %  (World I will be liven a visa %  Davis, who %  and tour* .: : %  %  1 I. |: %  work d citizen. ReaiM DUTCH OBJECT TO USE OF PANAMA SHIP For Transporting Soldiers EtOTTBRDAM, March 8. W DUTCH UNION of Transport Workers and the Organisation *Emi).oye*a of the Dutch Merchant Marine have protested to "tnuer Willim Drees against the Governmei Mention P"ae a ship dying the Panama flag for transporting Dutch soldiers ^ Indonesia to Holland. A '< •Calk Intei nation d Tn %  Mr. A dc Boon, the Ul It ruler, that accurdif the Labour Bureau -Medieval conditions' of salet.v and provisions for the vailed "ii JDa pupa, which in ott I I i-vlonged 10 foreign companies taking adntage of the lack of k V.F.T.L. Seek To Frustrate V.S. Arms Aid HEItLIN, March 8. Jjf Saillant. i *** Comirunii'Ucontrolled m/K !" 11 Trade Untoug"<. i 10-cla> appealed 10 .11 r*t* 'I the world to frustrate fn^porl and unloading: ol %  *> ar inaterinl -b% ill •Jj* mean.; J !" in a .mien me ol oasl % %  %  "Weirain Tuilr Union *'*•*• Sexor.y. he said. workers ;.t Ni rocket base Inl Wo n example of hi.\ 'ii War III '' —Healer Pig Snouts JOIN WITH BRITAIN A\D In Soviet Gardens guards under Panama La' The Interniili.. a boy" 11 and ine ill aaaln be duxuised m April Mr acBoon "aid i;in %  THIS IS VS. Rank Make* \EWS.O.S. t24.200.000 ^WASHINGTON. N %  -*•* atadp p„„ / i Marroi*the Bank' %  I-" i This %  i ding UM expense*, *d Funds and loases on %  ^•"aThe report -aid """•ed responslbill.Vh 11 •> at i ^ma:. Point Four T t approved | Lfhide the pi i JJnitcsi Matjn •Wdet-develop. Lf? Iw of ]9i9 the r* 6 iew creditt %  ( a %  for ecoafjfjfjfjfjfjfjfjM A*a and AtM MOSO .. Polltbui %  %  %  winch would "put an end to the the fniackmail dlpl| %  %  IB AiM-lb.***," UK -peach at Minsk, v.: candidate %  %  %  ericau leiWailn>-c in May l48. tin i .... iily possible, but necessary called si %  %  %  gainst i.. snouta Inl %  "In spite ol tinMarshal Voraata snouts have not on this an inaliclous gnintlng is Iraq tv'ii from heyt.nd the oceans." %  Marsiial Voroshilov sai tirst unx pies who are mendh in •.,-•!. i iers %  ( our %  the mat People %  %  ia nd and ..re guard our ,,'t F.tern Prussia—that i old base .t 1 SBBBBVWdaaB. *'•*"' mvasi i the %  • -healer Polio Kill Terrorist Chief WHAT i HE PRINCESS WILL DO TODAY AT H.J to-da> n aa s aas \llcr and Uie Karl ol fitMiai wall aaj %  vmt to the Nichi -•ni!jie ( hiidini s Home. Ihe Ko>*l party will vlaH todrlncton ( n| !• %  -,in d *-l lohn \ ( hurrh a| 4..(u In It., afternoon and in Ihe rvenlns llMn will or .i rreepinni loi ahtiui three hunitrc| rjiert, at Oe v ra m anl Haaaa i ID PaMaa Hand will ^ m ^t lanaadaa. rhe in <•> %  mi UM ..I Ml P M tnd will last imiii n PJB HI it Itoi \l. M1QHNI S* PHaaaM AMee aaal the in lloii The e^rl ol Alhlaor will be avltendlne todays nrsirainnie ol Hie Ituh-di,. Tarf Club Ka.rn .it tlir (,41 naaa. The Kn>al Parly k due hi arrive at the Grand sund si .1.15 p.m .tnd arBH the l.iiMim.i B*\ The lurllth Riir h I r a la hedHlrd to -Url at 3 P.IB. W not be sUrlrd until 3.15 P.m.. tn enable thrm to srr lhi r*..The Royal Party will leave at 3.3* p.m. and durhur their short visit they will be pre aagtaa. to six peoplr wh*e %  ire not et known. aM they will Hit ith the Rn>al 4 ouple in UH GhM 11 r's B. U.K. Exiles IfrieunChief Accused Of Colour Bar LONDON March 8 (aeretai i Pdt%  ibat tha %  -vernment hnd (neked Chiat of the 1 Winston %  .MI. hill • African. %  %  %  1 lined that nan living among his %  %  sld 'h.start FRANCE AND MAKE A HAPPY WORLD LONDON, March 8. ,"" 1 ilh tinorowtjg OttttMe Buckinj-ham Palace, as the French Prestbd city ol London'i famou t-lilldhall (0 be weuuimu :>\ 'he Lord MflVi For an hour bdford the prngaaaiiip attrted. tim 3< %  on all psjopLj in vani., 1 %  ifv till M,,elves. Th iH tradition Madam* \uiic.l on 1 iy of (heli Slate vi >-Mii,|| %  %  "lit. %  %  %  id M 1 1 ilk hut d Ma da in. %  deep in th< ..II alone -1 librar) ikthall, the Lord Majot 01 London m his gold robea of %  forms, took up their places to receive the distiiittuishcu guests. %  v*s so much 1 the plain khaki ol Field Marshal %  outstanding. Than was m great burst of applause as President Auriol ai rived at the Guildhall, and inspected a Guard Ol Honour before entering. The Uuke ot Gloucester, brothci DC introduced the Inl • .n page 3 Ihat the Gover.i%  itiur bar. . 1. 1 1 rforn its 1 %  %  Keuter t there %  # Ml P*C I Free Fights: Battles Precede inti-Sabotage Bill A ma. PARIS. March 8 Kuala %  The A 1 %  %  %  .ties an n the fra I Cor the Colonlea, at tha cinema at Kepong — Renter. on Sunday, jnd eaily to-da" I*II.;MM pgat rad to a be'oeaaar % woU %  Socialists Depend On Seven Votes To Win Steel Issue I.ONIMIV Marvel s. I^KITAIVs i.'k-M Labour 00ft rnmeni laifll laf psjaanV hiliiv ol deiVal loinorrdw if it fatiU to inmter || strength of its slender iiiajoritx .f ,ev,-n :t% .1 result t' %  l.ihernl Party derision lo vote ufaii-i |hr (iovrrnn.; Ihe Sii-cl Nationalisation Rill. Usually reliable source-* said Ihe nine l,ihrr.il in lie new House voted tonight to side with the Cn*er\ aliveon the bitterly controversial steel measure The isiue is ihr amat (•v Mr ChurehlU /ting" that no mention of the steel NationalisatK ; which s still to !viput in %  in the King's speech opening Parliament on March 6. The Conservatives wish to 'he speech from the 1 %  f Kuarantecin*: .1 postponement ot national] With the Liberals backing ..... be faced with fttl strennt.i. nakuil absence! from the I: ou.s lo ;' tonight that the Government resign if rtefcj The Cabtnai take%  al icv. th..; deti address 15 ttHtai no cent 1 Kail th. %  thci General Kl< 1 r.dlt.on.1 hospitably had ,„„.,.„ ., : ,.,.,. l The King wore the Grand i Sfi/*/if"/si*" • Ihe Ugdon of Honour ' 1 "'/"-'" :th his evening clothes; ihe Th Liberal %  jeen wax in .. gcnvil of rose idle %  labeth in a "robe de Leadei Clement D %  %  itftfl also (US re tin President Entertains RoyalFamily LONDON. March 8. I Vincent Auriol stoo-i a ncc of the new French Embassy in Kensington I'alact Gardens, tonight to welcomi Hntain* King and Quean tc PYeneh htttitory li i^mdon. when 13 11 uved to dine wilh htm and nocwrgaaMd hail with its tw,. ot marble was filled igranci 01 white lilac, %  -ii etUiei ..s 1 loratasta ot the aajanl ii.-ii.mv .it the at %  %  %  %  Hind was magth a dinner hina In blue and white I aw tablecloth e Stiverhe (lower-, had all been IBM 1 tail] 'mm France The King sat on the President' ht wlttl Mmsj Auriol next U) i" — Renter. FLOODS 70 nn-V A silfl "' Ministers, had plai tv ueaa, 4,SUV House. Washed Away 100,000 Isolated ISTAM. <>vii luu.oon fT 111. northwt -u -i Anatolia. TIC nf the worst floods Vm Known la Turkey So fg| M %  tailj more were feared dead he Hood waters ndUO .500 houseo t. not) were In collapsing. Some IBM were taking sbattt* in inoeques school! aud barracks. Three ((uarters of tha town pj E ; and neighbouring villages surrounded. —Reuter %  good 1 %  1 It wai -at the ll from .. %  %  The meal uti rely on turns out is a major. M 'he House ol C'ynv Hh>. Before %  rou^i 1 then ruah oft for th) :UM aad Iban g< —Renter. Talks Postponed e confen %  rhe poatp the in. KcuJer Paris Depends On 100 Buses I'AUIS M..i Gas and electncitv workers are %  inlgtii 1 n^-iit 101 higher oade up to industries .iteenth 'ii 1 work to. In the three day old Par I .stoppage. e Commuwas OBM 4 ''let of unraoat line%  I inlervtds ol tltteen ininuU1 iv tte operaii •;' of 3.000 lorrio and other vehi.tnent. %  —Renter Accidents do happen At low coil ;. "Guardian I tonal accident policy provi'Vs benefit, for ueath or di.abliin. ni by accident . GIAKDIAN ASSIHA.ME CO.. LTD. C. \. Report 'I'oiiiorroH Rl \ll llir Ira Krpor. ORDKK Vllll < OPV DAI



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE Tm.-g.SDAY, MARC H* ..,, Qahib Calling Miss Nora Burton who was stand;-iK with her pupils and members UiB ,„_ ir(V U the Staff, made a mow eletan: Hl %  urtsey and shook hands with lefcc of the West Indies. Dr. Sandma.in. who i. 44 years old, studied %  t the Universities of Jena and Bonn and has also worked in the sities of Berlin and Glasgow. For some years he collaborated with Professor Menende/ Pida it the Centro de Estaudioe Madrid. He is a Doctor of the Universities of Bonn and Glasgow and is prln M I-rlnceas Alice They spoke for a lerc ,„-| ",„ philology questions. raw momenta, during which time. Hf ha( pu b|,shed %  number of Prlncean Alice asked that the _,„.„ n Spanish. English and gills might have a holiday, and ^.j^.^ learned periodicals, many riiday has been declared a holl^ w h„h deal with grammatical theory. From Trinidad Holiday RS BITA ROCH£FORD.| Je of Mr A C Rocheford returned from a holiday in Trinidad on Monday by B.W.I.A whose father Mr U on the staff of the %  O Glttens Gittens. was spending a with him. and was there Shoutt Of For Devaluation Talks M EANWHILE as they passed along the rout* to ComberH IS HONOUR W F. COUTTS, Administrator of St. Vincent. School people leaned out of arrived on Tuesday by a special %  iscs waving, others on the flight of British Guiana Airways reeta bowed and the men raised to attend the Devaluation Talks nr hats Shouts of "Dat is de now taking place in Barbados. inceaa and she shook she band Also arriving en Tuesday for the me" "She's a sweet looking Devaluation Talks, was Mr J :,H\." etc., were heard. No More School That Day "THE Royal Parly then drov; 1 through Combermere School. inch echoed to three rousing heers for Her Royal Highness Fletcher. O.B.E.. Supplies in B.C. Controller Planning a Welcome W EST INDIAN students in London ara planning a welcome for the West Indian cricket,. In return nsked" thai there be era when they arrive there. The further school that day. This H RH PRINCESS ALICE a: morning and is escorted in by the FTInclpa Due to the strong wind blowing across the College ground cess Alice keeps a ftrm hand on her feathered hal In 'hebackground are His Excellency the Governor. Mr Clinnon Reed and Mi Bmfi brought more cheers which connuod for a long time and cou: I be heard by the boya of Harrnc i .oiitge who were lined up In front ot their School Hall waiting patently for her arrival. Guard Of Honour S HE was met at Harrison College by the Headmaster Mr J C. Hammond and she then nspected a guard of honour oi a Harrison College Cadets, who students are handicapped by havng no headquarters of their own veeks Bon Voyage M R. and MRS J E TRIGG ,. UK. airport on Monday morning to wish Mr and Mrs Kenneth Pudney and their m Sluart. 'Bon Voyage Both M? Trig* nd Mr. IMdney are wMh Sre'l Carbbean Petroleum C„ h l? Caracas. The Pudneys have Just completed two weeks leave spent at the Windsor Hotel buV'h. Triggs *>"> have a little longer stay here. Barbados la Better M ISS AILEEN RODRIGUES. who spent three weeks in Trinidad before coming to Barbathink* Trinidad is a wonderful place. "There is so much to do there and so much to see." Carib has insured her that Barbados is better. Miss Rodrigues who is with the Demerara Life Assurance Hranch in British Guiana is here BOf three weeks and staying at "Maple Manor". Hastings. CROSSWORD 'Pi r rl ~F • i G£ Tffr Tir 3 %  • i *i|~ p L A Z A Ida. IAJPTSO D*f\# Cl-ARK Wayiif MORMIS In IOW TOM,, NT „ •W v U LEY yH*ING SHOKTI.V ^"-S^^c. isssss 1. TOU rou rt'i*-:: u \ Having Mta nn; lo **n. ui.Djnant. (3) a. lt' oai* • fame, om % %  st?• one. <4> v. Money made by a 11. The island of BMT 12 Rlcb and juicy. (44 u Northern ads sSMad 14. A foiy rounoatar no doubt. U Symphony Orchestra. Soloist HEDDLE t3m mlt asm tine straiafrt'ad~niTow. a 8 Across Is DO I 33. Perhaps •mail. 14) M. An awkwardij at. To cnaose Una dors takaa soma dome. (61 De*n Friday loth Geo. RAFT In i:l '•! K.ll I GLOBE THEATRE S '^r wmch makes it difficult f r than to arrange a dance or a soc al evening But if possible they will play 1£T2F3S&2F£2* Tcf lunc'h Operation. Manager T.C.A. and tea. If such a game is arranged Alan Rae who is a member of ..ients' Union may turn oui .igainst his tour colleagues. After Holiday ,\. RS. E. W. STULL has returned spending a month's holiday al Cacraoank Hotel with her husband who Iff Operations Manager for the Western Region of Trans[R and Mrs. Owen Boyce and Canada Airlines. Hi-admaslers House B manil of capt. G. B. Hunu.O VER five hundred guests al.ueompanied i>> Hii K.\ • AfUT a tour through some of tendi-o a Garden Party at ihe Governor Mr Savage %m he classrooms, the School Hail Gwernmem House yesterday afMajor g Bl wi Cw tffTlVdd ID Ui...,, .. Library. Princess honour of Her Ro>-I Royal Car. Alice requested, thai there should lrincess Alice and IB* She was met by Mr. A W be no more sonool for that (Jay. m. HOD .x-rts. Principal of Rrdiston. nnc ind thai she would like lo spu* ltrodured her lo members o( ;. numbers of the Sixth Form in It was a bright co than walke-i be,.. s.hool Hall and the gU irnts who weton tinlawn oi conversing in luws alonJ[ lhc wU r.amed in a delight^ bulWin (ui panorama iii green I Dnghl coloured bouga:; M their iwo'chTldren who have ~ Mr. Stull is remaining here for were drawn up in from of the holiday returned a further month before joining his tVTrintdad yesterday by B W.IA wife and children in Vancouver. Bpyund a Changs from rtot rul* IB] *. Now :or -.!,• oo and onlj nuw-r. (4) S. Tne Durserr cat. (4i a rriia ora is found or UM ess. \z\ 7. One mint eiiwct aoms aauc l.' one aaks Tor it (71 i. Oau* or ua* to woico tn. I -lu in SHEPHERD Adrian HOWARD Mitllla COLTHl'RST Martin HAYNEH applr aod pasr Mioof. (51 If you Dnd Una Ind you'll p._ Diy bava a conr>.ud bsr> I*I UK 14 rnia ncaas.tai your syaa. (6i i6 Whsra ttta itoacr SBMBdt or tun* aonant ift| in Draw off oi 20 :r milistad "rtinr awnvw -iv"DSCK u> *ar 11. (J, i 111 • Bab* thla u iut HJ 'Ji awu I t.'l.O The Party then made a tour o ved Collene. auentl) among the guests ivrvlng r-L light refreshments !" %  The PoUce Band was In attendan !" their music from some oi my from the main gainia. ton r* pass"' Mini; lame pleasant 'he two lines of at. down amidst the tinkling of le-Wiiiiired Girla. loud chei .iu !" rs and glatKas. W.I. College Is Your • University il EK voice was gentle but Arm. • 11 in. and In. p Ve u uleasant old worldttmg. lull -.: %  %  groups. She bad a charming for Mr John Backlas, propnelor of Ihe Barbado?. ind the girls waved flags iind applauded the cars as they pajaad s/llliba given a hoiidaj s brother of Mr. Hugh in honour of her visit Sp| ingw wno ^ Registrar of the Raf her walk around the school. She told the boys that they mu:>i think of the West Indian Univer^.;> in Jamaica as their University and not as if it only belonged u> Jamaica. Jamaica was chosen It was the biggest of the UBD Islands. She BsfO hoped that lots of those present •/are planning to go lo Ihe Uni\.!Mty. After her short speech to •! < %  Sixth Formers she talked for ft* minutes with Mr. R. I Registr College *t the m> com :.*d and on u lynora Hock T*.-i' %  lags and cheering school n*n At the entrance of the convent a group of girls Lund'ry. who"h.d the honour of •"" j !" bundoring one 11 ner dresses ITlncess a ( when rha visited Barbadw in ,, M-rrh 19U Her Own Ideparty began at 4.3( %  Vtd ai \r matniti %  Btx "• A % %  Conveni %  : IB* Ciootl Sindplaed'CA w^^dsne ^nd the Roval partj UK* ',?'JSS \X* AHU,1 i*ave The gu. vT i w T Vn, Another Bouquet P ASSING out through Ihe Crumpton Street Gale of the College she was given the Royal Salute by the College Ckrlet* who %  lined on either side of the ittl vsjwmy, The Royal Parthrough Qua .is presented with anYESTERDAV MORNING, aceesnipanied by Mr. J. C Hammond, Headmaster of Harrlsi . %  Bf* H •' Princess Alice walks past the line of Harrison College boys, tDd tfl the course of conversation Hammond that there should be no further school lhat day. NIF i Visit to Erdiston the girls It was all MM to bnnif %  mis bouquet wiutii -V-* mm— ^,* „..,—.^-i h„i ilnTihe mi lurthe Haa> iiiniiigliaii: how sorry she was tha' I not spend a longer time n lhc tullege. and once more rethere be no lurthei With Their Daughter w Truly .:. TI. % %  < %  Ihen continued on itarrival a\ Es %  '"uns norntng *hor-l> aftei 10 S road oppOM'. hool. '.bringing Mi companicd i Director or Education Koyal Highness the I' %  -. then returned to Government House. 1TH their little daughter Dian;i. Mi ind Mia. L. C 1 arrived recently in Barbados for o holiday, air. Russel is artth Shci; Caribbaan Petroleum \t:u'/iieKi and they are staying at the Royal Hotel. First Visit PEARL SEIXIER. u. Noa I %  BANBEB MOXtA j, TO DOCOVB jut no. ,...i > lucre really is. Br.ti.^h doctora have made a hai-'^rloloKi'"'. examination of pound and tenshilling notes. One in every live notes, they report, carried germi of disease ranging from blood poisoning to pneumonia They make three recommendauons: (11 All people handling large numbers of banknotes should use disinfectant instead of tOBguet tor moistening tlngri should call in and destroy many of the dirty notes now in circulation; (3> Th-\v should atartlls? noles before reissue. HOYAL (Worthies | Last Sho To-Night at 8.30 ^ RepublnPresents ... 5 ('oiutanre it il ttilli.n.i MARSHALL J ; : -EARL CARROLL ,< SKETCHBOOK" mth Bill GOODWIN Johnny COY t K.MIMIIE NO SHOW TO-lAY Fridav at 2.30 Af MS p.m. Eagle Lion I'irlurifreseilts Victor MaLAOl l N Jon HALL NO. 1 oCHtsn, TO-NITE AT UI LOCAL TALENT ON FAJaj,, Hendemon BEW 8ni Oawj' Cl'MBEUAte, Audrey I'U.MH Norton Miiim. Guest Stars-WINSTON Rl'DDER CLVDl ^ And presenting MADAM TEAM k (Chinese SfruaUonal Dancer) and 8TD VANDERLYDE (B.C.. ComedUa, in : 1ST INDIAN DANCE-IMITATION OF BARBADOS TtAB CHINESE DANCE—COMIC SKETCHES RUMBA DE VENEZUELA SON08 16—30.—a—M—gold_TO-NITE al la, m GLOBE PreaenU with Pride the senius of WIIHI D.AL.MAI' (Celebralrd Argentine Violinist) trlenoueva Hal man (Famous Ameriran Pianist) on M .l.i. sil is Murrh lilh. at 8.45 p.m. f TlU' 1>* paitBtant of Romaiv IBB UBlVI Edinburgh, has bBBB tBBolBtt 1'hnir Of Moder i Languages in the University Col BY HIE WAY liy Beachcomber Rupert and the Caravan—40 \ li %  %  %  is the boo, and X i SBCUfld II alt! %  success was due frsx-k. % %  old llosscoclcle," he said, ah-. a dozen butUc of VUltass in II.-. i.iUon %  "Hi i lit ..: U at a conference, that if Cleopatra had used Tuff, she would never I i ill si. NM..|I or II aI\ B sporuman will ...iinst all match t.iiii'iboxin \n>lli.iiU I or H 4 llllllat^' Tit* da v is comlny when ronl [risndahlp I bg Bapihurch. • nci in milh-i I ilk( Ul m$Ulno ") .-mij-is or vMs** will iMnvr.il n. dene or facfor V „„.. vv*l&u tl T*"E day, then, is doubties :lt HHBlBSj when Mtb girl Wll Mimsie was courtwear a small bunch of coal atllBd to her coat, and whan .. Utar glass or soda waier with a bit of 111 11 will give UM I :' whisky ad soda. Apart from that l' I NOII.II I di> i B pu'i-t in this : . %  %  From Mrs. KumpiLs rlupen u nun titsl %  ) H %  <•( um .iwnkfv Wio imo 'fit "bin IUH .i KodVngo In. lett u. Oh, I BHMIB'I LOK him," he Hip. And .iihoot ih.nkiiit whal he u doing he diopi aliei him on ihe table. Ihen. grabbing Beppo in one hand and :ht wi"et in the othet. he didci :o ihe How and Unenv Op *boe he hears Rodctigo bellowing oidnand lhc hoarse cnei Irom the m< "h' all nghi so tat." he ih k* They CU I have seen ua come in heitBui whai nesi ? ITi no ast hiding hera. The hip will s away toon. l-iowccr caa 1 gci batk on ihore?" IVrfrrl I i i I I r HlUilir: %  nan would exchange few •k in Blarriti or U\o dozen ask for '•SOI'TH OF PAI'.O PAGO" Frances I mil I: 111..inB\RI)N> HOW NO SHOW TO-DAY Friday & Sund.i> Msht at 7.39 it m Republic Double . Lynne ROBERTS— Donald BARRY in "MADONNA OF THE DESEKT" and "EYES OF TEXAS" Roy ROGERS—Lynne ROBERTS OI.Y.1IPM' NO SHOW TO-DAY I i ul.. A Minil... \i; :.l .it a.oo p.m. 20th Century Fox Presents "THE SNAKE FIT'' With Mark STEVENS—Leo GENN Celeste HOLM EMPIRE THEATRE \ $ &V s# & %  Nltf BOX OFFICE OPENS T0-M0RR0W FIIIIIAY lOlh WAHIH 8.30 a.m. — 12.00 1.30 p.m. — 3.30 have had chilblams. and h, : lushed lock-straps eight boilers to a Norwegian Bl I ..i Ball A-lling them l. I .eel-bottle. Might suit old sallur or li.ticlv bachelor a \ote t-ahour And del lull Marx \\r Have The Best Seal*. The> Waal Them. It's An II! Wind Thai Blow* Nobody Food. I.(MM| Alonr CROWN GINGER RGER Good lor a Shandy II A.Mill NEWLY ARRIVED ca^2U o,.hV ..vwv-"Baby Bdaa** Cboosf Nitv, for your Easter Needs Piiueal & Patent Finishes in ,Black While. Tan £ Wine $3.09 to $6. 41 Shades MEW SPUNS BLACK & WHITE DESIGNS $1.31 Under the Dollar Dress Values now displayed in the Windows Choose a HERCULES BICYCLE and MAKE Cycling a I in .ifTcr GENTS, LADIES and the SPORTS MODEL Also Cycle UfaVtl I .ticks. MkskaBI Chsssss, Oil Cans, and l.unhi.iiiiu: tin. SPECIAL ATTRAITMOX AT CLUB MORGAN THIS S\H l\UW XM.HT AT EVANS k WHITFIELDS DIAL 4SM 4220 llll IIAKIIUHIS ItltH'lUMlM till ItiS I \t ion I.IMIIH)


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Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Thursday, March 09, 1950
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Marrh !>
laae.
Itattong
Jfiftwcate
\J7
Pricr:
FIVE CftlfTS
Year 5 3.
ATTLEE FACES DEFEAT TO-DAY
Pre-Devaluation
Food Prices Back
In British Honduras
BELIZE, British Honduras, March 8
JHE GOVERNMENT here announced to-day
that prices for food and other essential commo
dities will be ot to levels prevailing befo tha
British Honduras dollar was devalued
inrniM subsidies will ,n..i-
n (nod. i,kr Hour, bourn, milk.
nee, rnar.arinc. kerosene
textiles the
Wf /_ /"*. " 'oll"wi last month*
If war ijomps ""n" ini u.e inni ,i0u.r
V would not be restored to Ik
former parity with bV
Stales dollar.
Riollng broke out he)
devaluation md
nation" Pi mlttee wi
formedKrulrr
15 Killed In
Plane Crash
U.S. Can Win
far Comes
-GENERAL BRADLEY
WASHINGTON. March fi.
| General Omar Bradley, Chair-
jjb at Ihe United Slates Chiefs
#|Staff, today said: "I believe that
gpr forces in being and our mo-
^sOon base will be sufficient
gg-thrr with the forces and po-
jgHil of friendly nations, to win
iasr if H ."omes."
net the United States
.. period of peace time
rd not expect to match the
(net Union plane (pr plan-
ar (flip, division for division,
ftftoui lowering it* standard of
I If it is the desire of *.nc
AlMTK'jn people to as-.cn.ble
fcrcw thrii will statistically give
the United States a prepondcr-
l are of military power next
I jt*j. then we athall have to be-
nw an armed camp."
Such action will be a drain, not
Ob' on the economy, but also on
CMcra'-v and its many freedoms.
General i'"' was addressing
gtWorri'ii St tii nal Press Clubs.
*kjr itf-'lcpnc <>f atomic bombs
tkpjr ibilily in deliver then.
k ui an immediate but iu-
jrjuflve blow ol : ilintion.
Con. id en re
Jar resenrrh and (level*
Hpaaune not only in bon
aks, but also in other weapon*
techniques, if properly main-
fad and supported, should con-
i to improve the positi.ni ..f
UINNhAPOUa, Mir
Hun
At least IS people, inciudini.
two children watching
in DMtl

when .i pli
dcntial d
KliiTi.i .
i suiv M

e northwest ajtrUnea
Thm bouses wen 11
fire soon after the planea Mar-

oft
i

killed WTM

i hlng the
' i>oughtv.
ol
brotht:

ifcri'sutes and it's friends''
IF I .i...._i.i.__ n._.... ie ...k_ had fll'-l
pi eKpreased confidence
.atomic weapons programme,
Rtvy's anti-submarine pre-
should continue as
. research and develop-
btt material permitted. Brad-
Jb said
us glad to be able to tell you,
H m>' personal ervnlitm.
Bit are proxressinx rapidly in '
a>6rlo
Reuter
Ughlt i
oil page 3
mST MURDERED
RANGOON. March, 8.
fctatr Jules Pen in. 4? year old
Babe missionary, who bad
B Parish pricsi ji ;,>
tJP j-eais. had been mu
f" -lv wu tound floating
H a aaaahot wound in the
HApaaaao' wound the
aM bad wound on the
fce -Reutrr.
World Citizen
Goes Home
I'AIMS. MaroR 8.
An Ann :

(World I will be
liven a visa

Davis, who
"
and tour*
.:
:
1
I.
|:

work
d citizen.
ReaiM
DUTCH OBJECT TO
USE OF PANAMA SHIP
For Transporting Soldiers
EtOTTBRDAM, March 8.
W DUTCH UNION of Transport Workers and the Organisation
*Emi).oye*a of the Dutch Merchant Marine have protested to
"tnuer Willim Drees against the Governmei Mention
P"ae a ship dying the Panama flag for transporting Dutch soldiers
^ Indonesia to Holland. A '<
Calk Intei nation d
Tn
!
Mr. A dc Boon, the Ul
It ruler, that accurd-
if the
Labour Bureau
-Medieval conditions' of salet.v
and provisions for the
vailed "ii JDa pupa,
which in ott I I i-vlonged 10
foreign companies taking ad-
ntage of the lack of k
V.F.T.L. Seek
To Frustrate
V.S. Arms Aid
HEItLIN, March 8.
Jjf Saillant. i
*** Comirunii'Ucontrolled
m/K *11 Trade Untou-
g"<. i 10-cla> appealed 10 .11
r*t* 'I the world to frustrate
fn^porl and unloading: ol
*> ar inaterinl -b% ill
Jj* mean.;
Jin a .mien me ol oasl
"Weirain Tuilr Union
*'** Sexor.y. he said.
workers ;.t Ni
rocket base Inl

Wo
n example of hi.\
'ii War III ''
Healer
Pig Snouts JOIN WITH BRITAIN A\D
In Soviet
Gardens
guards under Panama La'
The Interniili..
a boy"11
and ine
ill aaaln be duxuised
m April Mr ac- Boon "aid
i;- in
THIS IS
VS. Rank Make* \EWS.O.S.
t24.200.000
^Washington.
N
-** atadp p
/ i

Marroi*-
the Bank'
I-" i This i
ding um
expense*,
*d Funds and loases on
^"a- The report -aid
"""ed responslbill.Vh
11 > at i
^ma:. Point Four
Tt approved |
Lfhide the pi
i JJnitcsi Matjn
Wdet-develop.
Lf? Iw" of ]9i9 the
r*6 iew creditt ( a
for ecoafjfjfjfjfjfjfjfjM
A*a and AtM

MOSO ..
Polltbui
.

winch would "put an end to the
' the fni-
ackmail dlpl- |

IB
AiM-lb.***," UK
-peach at
Minsk, v.: candidate


ericau lei- Wailn>-c
in May l48. tin
i
....
iily possi-
ble, but necessary
called si

gainst
i.. snouta Inl

"In spite ol tin-
Marshal Voraata
snouts have not
on this an inaliclous
gnintlng is Iraq
tv'ii from heyt.nd the oceans."

Marsiial Voroshilov sai
tirst unx
pies who are mendh
in .,-!. i iers *( our

the mat People

.
iand and
..re guard our
,,'t F.tern Prussiathat
i old base .t
1 SBBBBVWdaaB. *'*"' mvasi
i the
-healer
Polio Kill
Terrorist Chief
WHAT i HE PRINCESS
WILL DO TODAY
AT h.j to-da> naasaas
\llcr and Uie Karl ol fitMiai
wall aaj vmt to the Nichi
-ni!jie ( hiidini s Home.
Ihe Ko>*l party will vlaH
todrlncton ( n| !-,- ind *-l
lohn\ ( hurrh a| 4..(u In It.,
afternoon and in Ihe rvenlns
llMn will or .i rreepinni loi
ahtiui three hunitrc| rjiert,
at Oevramanl Haaaa i Id
PaMaa Hand will ^ m ^t
lanaadaa. rhe in.....<>.....
mi um ..I Ml P M tnd will
last imiii n pjb
HI it Itoi \l. M1QHNI S*
PHaaaM AMee aaal the in
lloii The e^rl ol Alhlaor
will be avltendlne todays
nrsirainnie ol Hie Ituh-di,.
Tarf Club Ka.rn .it tlir (,41
naaa.
The Kn>al Parly k due hi
arrive at the Grand sund si
.1.15 p.m .tnd arBH
the l.iiMim.i B*\ The
lurllth Riir h I r a la
hedHlrd to -Url at 3 P.IB.
W not be sUrlrd until 3.15
P.m.. tn enable thrm to srr
lhi r*..-
The Royal Party will leave
at 3.3* p.m. and durhur their
short visit they will be pre
aagtaa. to six peoplr wh*e
ire not et known.
aM they will Hit ith the
Rn>al 4 ouple in Uh GhM
' 11 r's B.
U.K. Exiles
IfrieunChief
Accused Of Colour Bar
LONDON March 8
(aeretai i Pdt-

ibat tha
-vernment hnd (neked
Chiat of the
1 Winston
.mi.hill
African.


1 lined that
nan living among his

sld 'h.- start
FRANCE AND MAKE
A HAPPY WORLD
LONDON, March 8.
,"" 1 ilh tin-
orowtjg OttttMe Buckinj-ham Palace, as the French Prest-
bd city ol London'i famou
t-lilldhall (0 be weuuimu :>\ 'he Lord MflVi
For an hour bdford the prngaaaiiip attrted. tim 3<
on all psjopLj in vani., 1

ifv till M,,elves.
* Th
iH
tradition
Madam*
\uiic.l on 1 iy of (heli
Slate vi
- >-Mii,||

"lit.



id M......1 1
ilk hut d
Ma da in.

deep in th< ..II alone
-1 librar)
ikthall, the Lord Majot
01 London m his gold robea of

forms, took up their places to re-
ceive the distiiittuishcu guests.
v*s so much 1
the plain khaki ol Field Marshal

outstanding.
Than was m great burst of
applause as President Auriol ai
rived at the Guildhall, and in-
spected a Guard Ol Honour
before entering.
The Uuke ot Gloucester, brothci
DC introduced the Inl
.n page 3
Ihat the Gover.i-
itiur bar.
. 1. 1 1
rforn its
1


Keuter t there

# Ml P*C I
Free Fights: Battles Precede
inti-Sabotage Bill
A ma.
PARIS. March 8
Kuala


The A 1
'
.ties an
n the fra
I Cor the Colonlea,


at tha cinema at Kepong Renter.
on Sunday, jnd eaily to-da"
I*ii.;m-
M
pgat rad
to a be-
'oeaaar %
woU

Socialists Depend
On Seven Votes
To Win Steel Issue
I.ONIMIV Marvel s.
I^KITAIVs i.'k-M Labour 00ft rnmeni laifll laf psjaanV
hiliiv ol deiVal loinorrdw if it fatiU to inmter ||
strength of its slender iiiajoritx .f ,ev,-n :t% .1 result t'
l.ihernl Party derision lo vote ufaii-i |hr (iovrrnn.;
Ihe Sii-cl Nationalisation Rill.
Usually reliable source-* said Ihe nine l,ihrr.il in lie new
House voted tonight to side with the Cn*er\ alive- on the
bitterly controversial steel measure
The isiue is ihr amat
(v Mr ChurehlU
/ting" that no mention
of the steel NationalisatK ;
which s still to !vi- put in
in the King's speech opening
Parliament on March 6.
The Conservatives wish to
'he speech from the 1
.f Kuarantecin*: .1
postponement ot national]
With the Liberals backing
.....
be faced with fttl
strennt.i. nakuil
absence! from the I:
ou.s lo ;'
tonight that the Government
resign if rtefcj
The Cabtnai take-
al icv. th..; deti
address 15 ttHtai
no cent 1
Ka-
il th.
thci General Kl< 1
r.dlt.on.1 hospitably had ,.,. ., :,.,.,.l.
The King wore the Grand i Sfi/*/if"/si*"
Ihe Ugdon of Honour '1"'/"-'"
:th his evening clothes; ihe Th Liberal *
jeen wax in .. gcnvil of rose
idle
labeth in a "robe de Leadei Clement D
itftfl also (US
re tin
President
Entertains
RoyalFamily
LONDON. March 8.
I Vincent Auriol stoo-i
a ncc of the new French
Embassy in Kensington I'alact
Gardens, tonight to welcomi
Hntain* King and Quean tc
PYeneh htttitory li i^mdon. when
13 11 uved to dine wilh htm and
no- cwrgaaMd hail with its tw,.
ot marble was filled
igranci 01 white lilac,
-ii etUiei
..s 1 loratasta ot the
aajanl ii.-ii.mv .it the at
'

Hind was mag-
th a dinner
hina In blue and white
I aw tablecloth
' e Stiver-
he (lower-, had all been
IBM 1 tail] 'mm France
The King sat on the President'
ht wlttl Mmsj Auriol next U)
i" Renter.
FLOODS
70 nn-V A silfl "-_____ Ministers, had plai
tv ueaa, 4,SUV House.
Washed Away
100,000 Isolated
ISTAM.
<>vii luu.oon
fT 111. northwt -u -i Anatolia.
tic nf the worst floods
Vm Known la Turkey So fg| M

tailj more were feared dead
he Hood waters ndUO
.500 houseo t.
not) were In
collapsing. Some IBM
were taking sbattt* in inoeques
school! aud barracks. Three
((uarters of tha town pj E;.
and neighbouring villages
surrounded.
Reuter

good 1
1
It wai -at the
ll
from ..

The meal uti
rely on
turns out is a major. M
'he House ol C'ynv
Hh>.
Before

rou^i
' 1
then ruah oft for th)
:um aad Iban g<
Renter.
Talks Postponed
e confen

rhe poatp.....
the in.
KcuJer
Paris Depends
On 100 Buses
I'AUIS M..i
Gas and electncitv workers are
inlgtii
1 n^-iit 101 higher
oade up to
industries
.iteenth 'ii
1
work to- .
In the three day old Par
' I .stoppage.
e Commu-
-
was obm 4 ''let of un-
raoat line-
I inlervtds ol tltteen ininuU-
1 iv tte operaii ;'
of 3.000 lorrio and other vehi-
.tnent.

Renter
Accidents do
happen
At low coil ;.
"Guardian I
tonal accident
policy provi'Vs
benefit, for ueath
or di.abliin. ni
by accident .
GIAKDIAN ASSIHA.ME
CO.. LTD.
C. \. Report
'I'oiiiorroH
Rl \ll llir
Ira Krpor.

ORDKK Vllll < OPV
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PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Tm.-g.SDAY, MARCH* ..,,
Qahib Calling
Miss Nora Burton who was stand-
;-iK with her pupils and members UiB,_ir(V.
U the Staff, made a mow eletan: Hl
urtsey and shook hands with
lefcc of the West Indies. Dr. Sand-
ma.in. who i. 44 years old, studied
t the Universities of Jena and
Bonn and has also worked in the
sities of Berlin and Glas-
gow. For some years he collabor-
ated with Professor Menende/
Pida it the Centro de Estaudioe
Madrid. He is a
Doctor of the Universities of Bonn
and Glasgow and is prln
M
I-rlnceas Alice They spoke for a lerc,-| ", philology questions.
raw momenta, during which time. Hf ha( pub|,shed number of
Prlncean Alice asked that the _,. ,n Spanish. English and
gills might have a holiday, and ^.j^.^ learned periodicals, many
riiday has been declared a holl- ^ whh deal with grammatical
theory.
From Trinidad Holiday
RS BITA ROCHFORD.|
Je of Mr A C Roche-
ford returned from a holiday in
Trinidad on Monday by B.W.I.A
whose father Mr
U on the staff of the

O
Glttens
Gittens.
_ was spending a
with him. and was there
Shoutt Of
For Devaluation Talks
MEANWHILE as they passed
along the rout* to Comber-
HIS HONOUR W F. COUTTS,
Administrator of St. Vincent.
School people leaned out of arrived on Tuesday by a special
iscs waving, others on the flight of British Guiana Airways
reeta bowed and the men raised to attend the Devaluation Talks
nr hats Shouts of "Dat is de now taking place in Barbados.
inceaa and she shook she band Also arriving en Tuesday for the
me" "She's a sweet looking Devaluation Talks, was Mr J
:,H\." etc., were heard.
No More School That Day
"THE Royal Parly then drov;
1 through Combermere School.
, inch echoed to three rousing
heers for Her Royal Highness
Fletcher. O.B.E..
Supplies in B.C.
Controller
Planning a Welcome
WEST INDIAN students in
London ara planning a wel-
come for the West Indian cricket-
,. In return nsked" thai there be era when they arrive there. The
further school that day. This
H RH PRINCESS ALICE a:
morning and is escorted in by the FTInclpa
Due to the strong wind blowing across the College ground
cess Alice keeps a ftrm hand on her feathered hal In 'heback-
ground are His Excellency the Governor. Mr Clinnon Reed and
Mi Bmfi
brought more cheers which con-
nuod for a long time and cou: I
be heard by the boya of Harrnc i
.oiitge who were lined up In front
ot their School Hall waiting pa-
tently for her arrival.
Guard Of Honour
SHE was met at Harrison Col-
lege by the Headmaster Mr
J C. Hammond and she then
nspected a guard of honour oi
a Harrison College Cadets, who
students are handicapped by hav-
ng no headquarters of their own
. veeks
Bon Voyage
MR. and MRS J E TRIGG
,. uk. airport on Mon-
day morning to wish Mr and
Mrs Kenneth Pudney and their
m Sluart. 'Bon Voyage Both
M? Trig* nd Mr. IMdney are
wMh Sre'l Carbbean Petroleum
Ch l? Caracas. The Pudneys
have Just completed two weeks
leave spent at the Windsor Hotel
buV'h. Triggs *>"> have a little
longer stay here.
Barbados la Better
MISS AILEEN RODRIGUES.
who spent three weeks in
Trinidad before coming to Barba-
think* Trinidad is a wonder-
ful place. "There is so much to do
there and so much to see." Carib
has insured her that Barbados is
better. Miss Rodrigues who is with
the Demerara Life Assurance
Hranch in British Guiana is here
BOf three weeks and staying at
"Maple Manor". Hastings.
CROSSWORD
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Wayiif MORMIS In
IOW TOM,,NT
W vULEY
yH*ING SHOKTI.V
^"-S^^c.
isssss
1. TOU rou rt'i*-:: u \
* Having Mta nn; lo
**n. ui.Djnant. (3)
a. lt' oai* fame, om .
st? one. <4>
v. Money made by a
11. The island of bmt
12 Rlcb and juicy. (44
u Northern .
ads sSMad
14. A foiy rounoatar no doubt. T. a mswi inclined so arm uu-
oould quickly b.-ina urn
AOI ATIC CLUB CISTEMAi^o,
TO-NIGHT iTHLRSDAY) at 8Is
BUTCHERS Present
Leslie BROOKJimmy HANLEYDinah SHERm
"FOR YOU ALONE-
A Tender Love Story with the music of AI Rao* ..
and his Orchestra with HELEN HILL nuTltSAW>U
Symphony Orchestra. Soloist HEDDLE t3mmlt',
asm
tine straiafrt'ad~niTow. Is. OnrortuData r
JO Known to _
"hannan ib>
a 8 Across Is do I
33. Perhaps _
mail. 14)
M. An awkwardij
at. To cnaose Una dors
takaa soma dome. (61
De*n
Friday loth
Geo. RAFT
In
i:l '! K.ll I -
Globe Theatre S'^r
wmch makes it difficult f r than
to arrange a dance or a soc al eve-
ning But if possible they will play
1T2F3S&2F2* Tcf lunc'h Operation. Manager T.C.A.
and tea. If such a game is arrang-
ed Alan Rae who is a member of
..ients' Union may turn oui
.igainst his tour colleagues.
After Holiday
,\.
RS. E. W. STULL has returned
spending a month's holiday al
Cacraoank Hotel with her husband
who Iff Operations Manager for
the Western Region of Trans-
[R and Mrs. Owen Boyce and Canada Airlines.
Hi-admaslers House B
manil of capt. G. B. Hunu.-
OVER five hundred guests al- .ueompanied i>> Hii K.\ AfUT a tour through some of
tendi-o a Garden Party at ihe Governor Mr Savage %m he classrooms, the School Hail
Gwernmem House yesterday af- Major gBlwi Cw tffTlVdd ID Ui.- ..,, .. Library. Princess
honour of Her Ro>-I Royal Car. Alice requested, thai there should
lrincess Alice and IB* She was met by Mr. A W be no more sonool for that (Jay.
m. Hod .x-rts. Principal of Rrdiston. nnc ind thai she would like lo spu*
ltrodured her lo members o( ;. numbers of the Sixth Form in
It was a bright co than walke-i be- ,.. s.hool Hall
and the gU irnts who wet-
on tin- lawn oi conversing in luws alonJ[ lhc wU
r.amed in a delight- ^ bulWin,
(ui panorama iii green I
Dnghl coloured bouga:;
M their iwo'chTldren who have ~ Mr. Stull is remaining here for
were drawn up in from of the holiday returned a further month before joining his
tVTrintdad yesterday by B W.IA wife and children in Vancouver.
. Bpyund a Changs from rtot rul*
IB]
*. Now :or -.!, oo and onlj nuw-r.
(4) S. Tne Durserr cat. (4i
a rriia ora is found or Um ess. \z\
7. One mint eiiwct aoms aauc l.'
one aaks Tor it (71
i. Oau* or ua* to woico tn.
I -lu in SHEPHERD
Adrian HOWARD
Mitllla COLTHl'RST
Martin HAYNEH
applr aod pasr Mioof. (51
If you Dnd Una Ind you'll p._
Diy bava a conr>.ud bsr> i*i
UK
14 rnia ncaas.tai
your syaa. (6i
i6 Whsra ttta itoacr SBMBdt
or tun* aonant ift|
in Draw off oi
20 :r milistad "rtinr awnvw -i-
v"- dsck u> *ar 11. (J,
i 111 Bab* thla u iut hj
'Ji
awu .
I t.'l.O
'
The Party then made a tour o
ved Collene.
auentl) among the guests ivrvlng r-L .
light refreshments "" -
The PoUce Band was In attend-
an, their music from some oi *
my from the main gain- ia. ton r* pass"'
Mini; lame pleasant 'he two lines of at.
down amidst the tinkling of le-- Wiiiiired Girla. loud chei
.iurs and glatKas.
W.I. College Is Your
University
il
EK voice was gentle but Arm.

11 in.
and In.
pVe u uleasant
old world- ttmg.
lull -.: .
groups. She bad a charming
for Mr John Backlas, propnelor
of Ihe Barbado?.
ind the girls waved flags
iind applauded the cars as they
pajaad
s/llliba given a hoiidaj s brother of Mr. Hugh
in honour of her visit Sp| ingw. wno ^ Registrar of the
Raf her walk around the
school.
She told the boys that they mu:>i
think of the West Indian Univer^-
.;> in Jamaica as their University
and not as if it only belonged u>
Jamaica. Jamaica was chosen
It was the biggest of the
Ubd Islands. She BsfO
hoped that lots of those present
/are planning to go lo Ihe Uni-
\.!Mty. After her short speech to
! < Sixth Formers she talked for
ft* minutes with Mr. R. I
Registr
College *t the
m>
com
:.*d and on u
lynora Hock T*.-i'

lags and cheering school
n*n At the entrance of the
, convent a group of girls
Lund'ry. who"h.d the honour of "" j
bundoring one 11 ner dresses ITlncess a (
when rha visited Barbadw in ,,
M-rrh 19U Her Own Ide-
party began at 4.3( ,
Vtd ai \r matniti ' Btx " A ' Conveni : IB* Ciootl
Sindplaed'C- A w^^dsne
^nd the Roval partj UK* ',?'JSS \X* aHu,1
i*ave The gu. vT i w T Vn,
Another Bouquet
PASSING out through Ihe
Crumpton Street Gale of the
College she was given the Royal
Salute by the College Ckrlet* who
lined on either side of the
ittlvsjwmy, The Royal Par-
through Qua
.is presented with an-
YESTERDAV MORNING, aceesnipanied by Mr. J. C Hammond,
Headmaster of Harrlsi . - Bf* H ' Princess Alice walks past
the line of Harrison College boys, tDd tfl the course of conversation
Hammond that there should be no further school lhat day.

NIF i
Visit to Erdiston
the girls
It was all
Mm to bnnif

mis bouquet wiutii -V-* mm ^,* ..,.^-i hi ilnTi- he mi lurthe
Haa>
iiiniiigliaii:
how sorry she was tha'
I not spend a longer time
n lhc tullege. and once more re-
there be no lurthei
With Their Daughter
w
Truly
.:. ti. < Ihen con-
tinued on it-
arrival a\ Es '"uns
norntng *hor-l> aftei 10 S road oppOM'.
hool.
'.-
bringing Mi
companicd i
Director or Education
. Koyal Highness the I'
-. then returned to Gov-
ernment House.
1TH their little daughter
Dian;i. Mi ind Mia. L. C
1 arrived recently in Barba-
dos for o holiday, air. Russel is
artth Shci; Caribbaan Petroleum
\t:u'/iieKi and they are
staying at the Royal Hotel.
First Visit
PEARL SEIXIER.
u. Noa
I

BANBEB MOXtA
j, to docovb jut no. ,...i >
lucre really is. Br.ti.^h doc-
tora have made a hai-'^rloloKi'"'.
examination of pound and ten-
shilling notes. One in every live
notes, they report, carried germi
of disease ranging from blood
poisoning to pneumonia
They make three recommenda-
uons: (11 All people handling
large numbers of banknotes should
use disinfectant instead of tOBguet
tor moistening tlngri
should call in and destroy many
of the dirty notes now in circula-
tion; (3> Th-\v should atartlls?
noles before reissue.
HOYAL (Worthies |
Last Sho To-Night at 8.30 ^
Republn- Presents ... 5
('oiutanre it.....il
ttilli.n.i MARSHALL J
;:
-EARL CARROLL ,<
SKETCHBOOK"
mth
Bill GOODWIN Johnny COY t
K.MIMIIE
NO SHOW TO-lAY
Fridav at 2.30 Af MS p.m.
Eagle Lion I'irluri- freseilts
Victor MaLAOl l N
Jon HALL
NO. 1
oCHtsn,
TO-NITE AT UI LOCAL TALENT ON FAJaj,,
Hendemon BEW8ni
Oawj' Cl'MBEUAte,
Audrey I'u.mh
Norton Miiim.
Guest Stars-WINSTON Rl'DDER CLVDl ^
And presenting
MADAM TEAM .....k
(Chinese SfruaUonal Dancer)
and
8TD VANDERLYDE (B.C.. ComedUa,
in
: 1ST INDIAN DANCE-IMITATION OF BARBADOS TtAB
CHINESE DANCECOMIC SKETCHES
RUMBA DE VENEZUELA SON08
1630.aMgold_TO-NITE al la, m
GLOBE
PreaenU with Pride the senius of .
WIIHI D.AL.MAI'
(Celebralrd Argentine Violinist)
trlenoueva Hal man
(Famous Ameriran Pianist)
on
M .l.i. sil is Murrh lilh.
at 8.45 p.m. Orchestra Seals: ll.oa(Reserved) :-: Ctah )'.
Balcony. 1/- :: Boxes 1/laoamt!
ReservaUons daily at the GLOBE
Tickets on Sale from FRIDAY
h
MISS
Is on her first visit to Bar-
bados, plans to enjoy her three:
IreekS1 staying at the Worthing
Guest House She arrived on.
Monday by B.W.I.A.
Appointed
F.legant Curliey
I)
I!
I
' I
islress of St Michael's
\
MANFRED SANDMANN
1 i>f TlU' 1>*
paitBtant of Romaiv
IBB UBlVI
Edinburgh, has bBBB tBBolBtt
1'hnir Of Moder i
Languages in the University Col
BY HIE WAY
liy Beachcomber
Rupert and the Caravan40
\
li


. is the
boo, and
Xi
SBCUfld II alt!
success was due
frsx-k. old
llosscoclcle," he said, ah-.
a dozen butUc of VUltass
in II.-. i.iUon "

"Hi i
lit ..: U
at a conference, that if Cleopatra
had used Tuff, she would never
I i ill si. nM..|i or ii a-i-
\
B
sporuman will
...iinst all
match
t.iiii'i-
boxin
\n>lli.iiU I or H
4 llllllat^'
Tit* dav is comlny when ronl
[risndahlp
I bg Bapihurch.
nci in milh-i
I ilk(. Ul m$Ulno ") .-mij-is or vMs** will
iMnvr.il n. dene or facforV
.. vv*l&u
tl T*"E day, then, is doubties
:lt HHBlBSj when Mtb girl Wll
Mimsie was court- wear a small bunch of coal at-
llBd to her coat, and whan ..
Utar glass or soda waier with a bit of
111 11 will give UM I :'
whisky ad soda. Apart from that
l' I noii.iI I di> i B pu'i-t in this
: .
From Mrs. KumpiLs
rlupen u nun titsl ) h <( um
.iwnkfv Wio imo 'fit "bin iuh .i
KodVngo In. lett u. Oh, I bhmib'i
Lok him," he Hip. And .iihoot
ih.nkiiit whal he u doing he diopi
aliei him on ihe table. Ihen.
grabbing Beppo in one hand and
:ht wi"et in the othet. he didci
:o ihe How and Unenv Op *boe
he hears Rodctigo bellowing oidn-
and lhc hoarse cnei Irom the m<
"h' all nghi so tat." he ih k*
" They CU I have seen ua come in
heit- Bui whai nesi ? ITi no ast
hiding hera. The hip will s
away toon. l-iowccr caa 1 gci
batk on ihore?"
IVrfrrl I i i I I r HlUilir:
nan would exchange few
k in Blarriti or U\o dozen
ask for
'SOI'TH OF PAI'.O PAGO"
Frances I mil I:
111..in- B\RI)N>
HOW
NO SHOW TO-DAY
Friday & Sund.i> Msht at
7.39 it m
Republic Double .
Lynne ROBERTS Donald
BARRY
in
"MADONNA OF THE
DESEKT"
and
"EYES OF TEXAS"
Roy ROGERSLynne
ROBERTS
OI.Y.1IPM'
NO SHOW TO-DAY
I i ul.. A Minil... \i; :.l .it
a.oo p.m.
20th Century Fox Presents
"THE SNAKE FIT''
With
Mark STEVENSLeo GENN
Celeste HOLM
EMPIRE THEATRE
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$
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s#
&
Nltf
BOX OFFICE OPENS
T0-M0RR0W
FIIIIIAY lOlh WAHIH
8.30 a.m. 12.00
1.30 p.m. 3.30
have had chilblams. and h, : lushed lock-straps
eight boilers to a Norwegian Bl I ..i Ball
A-lling them l. I .eel-bottle. Might suit
old sallur or li.ticlv bachelor
a
\ote t-ahour And del lull Marx
\\r Have The Best Seal*. The> .
Waal Them.
It's An II! Wind Thai Blow*
Nobody Food.
I.(mm| Alonr
CROWN GINGER RGER
Good lor a Shandy
II A.Mill
NEWLY
ARRIVED
ca^2U
o,.hV ..vwv-"-
Baby
Bdaa**
Cboosf Nitv,
for your Easter Needs
Piiueal & Patent Finishes in
,Black While. Tan Wine
$3.09 to $6.41 Shades
MEW SPUNS
BLACK & WHITE
DESIGNS
$1.31
Under the Dollar Dress Values now displayed in the Windows
Choose a HERCULES BICYCLE
and MAKE Cycling a
I in .ifTcr - -
GENTS, LADIES and the
SPORTS MODEL
Also - -
Cycle UfaVtl
I .ticks.
MkskaBI Chsssss,
Oil Cans, and
l.unhi.iiiiu: tin.
SPECIAL ATTRAITMOX
AT
CLUB MORGAN
THIS S\H l\UW XM.HT
AT
EVANS k WHITFIELDS
DIAL
4SM
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till ItiS I \t
ion i.imiih)


TfltBSDAY. MARCH 9. 115(1
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Adams Promises Introduce
Adult Suffrage Bill
ylottley Asks For Compulsory Education
page Tim':r;
15 Killed
IN CRASH
iran
TTk. Hnnsi- as m^mhprs posnm^^ -:j_____. .H'"'">soa oj Mr. C. H Adams. Leader
Jfthe'House as members resumed consideration~oirihVa:?im~ ." "aa
Mr Adams was speaking on te item under fWl fl'Ti r^f >'es,erda>'
,h the Re-smg Officer of the Government Ug" ^P8"""- which dealt
Mr. Adams was speaking on i
the Re-ising Officer of the Go
The meeting started off withjust a" quorum. There I
"as His Honour the Speaker
' Congress Partv.
I- Wnlcott puVfoVwa'rd" ~ "n"ered
,he view that since members were being pajd the-v shmilH ...
JJovide their own refreshments.
m other members of the Labour ftirty and"M 'V D Garner of the" ri?
,nd discussion went smoothly until Head 13 LeBi,K,* L? CPg"
1, was ... Ihi. Bta that Mr. F. L. Wnlcou ouVfnrlvIL *""* <*
The other point
lack, ine first tailed nis remarks "emhrro.i-" .u- f the damm, , ,h.
--------------"*^ ""! l|tlIVIltf|f
4he ? ne dependence of the colony
lor revenue on Customs and Ex-
Wfcile 'he committee was dis-
mou the Head devoted to Edu-
* .._ V n M." >... ... .,__:
'embarrassing
second said they were infra dig "
else and the necessity tor improv-
ing the whole economic structure
OB which the linance of the col-
ony depended.
diV ,kTI? dJcrM ot SI25.00O under
W head L'ua^ms^nd .L^ano h;, h~d f Owom. .! Excise.
57i5r55SK 5f-A^
(HOD
||r. E. D. Mottle v
rgod
oiion uf ihe policy of compul-
Jj^ucation and Mr. J. E. T.
MOcKer made it plea for the pro-
on of hot meals for school chil-
-^ Mt. Bryan urged the pro-
fppn of two suits a year for chil-
Estimated Deficit
eiil? '-stimated deflr
i i'S00.was in P8" accounted for
ov me decreavt
t-7tvsnded school regular! * country" i[j5 . p^ST '.....' """"
I II \\ US essential (hoi hi.ii il-. .. jl__ ..i
area and tli-t tb.
"Cecnmen, ,d no, have time ^e^^1 '^*! SSSfESSSStSti
bubeen postponed 'cipls from customs .i excise enUal tariff protection in soTar as
lW""'eJ.,!!!i^P?'C,e Mh-,AK" me,h"jf ," ,b"k uPn * ,helr "P0"' ' ** colony "ere
4sr expressed reitret at what he methods for strengthening the concerned,
ailed an attempt to militarise the basic economy o, the country He Mr Crawford then :-pokc
" FoT R7 >"'1 '" .">* proposed therefore to make few "nrth on the G.llotti indus-
Gmramen Mr. Ad.ims said that comments on that score uulr "! survey of Barbados made
. fee eontrao it wa. Govern- liter during the course of his re- <-' "ic Caribbe.n CommllrSl
(art policy to make the ftWI marks. re r-ferred to the paper read hurt
Mir civil ornanlsalion as quick- Mr Crawford then referred to week * Mr "eestcrma.i to the
" '"S'? j .. whal h*- regarded as clarine "Jvestoek Conference in Trinidad
* .AU-m,ninl,n?,'hrPol'he0mlM,c"" ,rom "" Estimates""- in whlch " Presented a report
* ' rnainlaminsithe Police .. ., alld wn h J* on the possihihUes of produSri.
Et,"I,Tt,f r "' '" '"'"'" defer" Vn C ,| cv "UUI "' ,h' "w' 'mm nnponw
daiinij that that Hospital was , ..,. Government ,, InUnSS whe". Mr- Crawford reminded
ly as b.ervHon hy u,,. ^ W U Ho,.
W. Indian Sugar Co.
Empire Expansion Advocated
(Oar London Correspondent J
o. LONDON, March 1 1950
WeS7ndnlsC140n 'S Pr-ledged by Urd Lyle. cha.rman ,/,he
we?k w,th .K gr?r ComP,"n>' '" sutcment issued this
IrSr..^. "" ComPmy thirteenth annual report and
? i j *~ no val,d a'8""i^"t" he said, "why even
part of our domestic market here should be reserxed for
Lord Lyle emp.iasised that ex-
pansion of sugar production was
a matter oi supreme importance
lo the colonies as a whol, and w
the W... indlc
ine constant need was to tlnd
employment for the rai
pending
llremen put "out l^'V"!^ '."' '"" U';S;1.*<' track roads I.ta 1 | qulm , f^^j^, ^^
0 from pace 1
be*n watching
Uken to hospilal in
condition from the smokm* ruin
o/ their home.
It was aiio thoughtbut no*
confirmed that the children's
grandmother had died In the
flaming house The disaster was
indirectly responsible for thi*
death of a man police found bring
in the street a blocl: h
had died of a heart atts
runnines to '
of (he explosion.
The flames, which engulfed
the Doughty home after the
planes petrol tanks exploded,
-pread to the two houses on
Other side. Residents, warned
by the earth shaking blast, ran
JO My The houses were badK
rtanngad before
the blase.
A wing of the plane fell right
Llocks from the scene uf the
rrash In the quiet residential
IIMlU't
OpeeaUons at the United States
Civil Acronauucs Authorities n
pnrt that he was trying to mak.
its siheduled landing hen
instruments through .1
swirled by a high w:nd.
They said it had failed
ffritmn Exile*
African Chief
from page 1
*j 0- M track roads lata BtLiS ^ ""V*
The ...nlshmen, o, SereUe ^ I ^ffTZ, on to sav tha,
They said it had failed on one|me an international affair in , ,hr ,,^_, , / T tnal
.pproach. and was trying another black and whiiv to-night as Se- ^rd of w s,.i .
rashed Wise received from a represents- LH W ,k fe'' ,h!
Five passengers boarded, ann v* of Un<* S**e negroes 1 CI 11 l}e anxic,> r
nB for policemen who
On tin' other hu
id. pro-
budget.
He thought that the
the Kouse that
ma year f,e had made this proposal
to Government and emphasired
nwnhad racently been made for Xr mnKnt.^T' ,haI out tht> m""on "dd dollars
dt po icemen lo be accommo- ., Pwpc would have l(t least ihcv were iMidimtitiii fr.r nM
,y Ward A in the ( ,- fc^'""** *^*LttEBSS^
d^KiJTmo^,id?WmC,nl an(' ^f1*011 "OttM be spent on Import-
SSJtnfKlS 0f, hC AnUm ed flour. Mr (lallolti had ulw re-
1,;,^!.;-.^llIaland loc"' Govern- commended that Barbados might
S ^nn^on ,UU''1 ,m,uaUy weil becom a ,emre for 'he
hT^. " W00.0O0 for ,nc F_sul), manufacture of boots ^id shoes to
uaoaa nureh. n thgg ,,.. ljU(|. ,,,,[,[, ihr Leewards and Wind-
1 dellcit and the ward*; their limestone could be
sugar position was so uncertain used 'or 'he manufacture of Port-
M no jusUflcation for land or white cemem.
continuing ' expend this monev Mr. Crawford declared tha:
mment should take British Guiana contemplated the
.reps Kradually to slop it nnd to manufactuie ol OStrrtOl from im-
tsst that the bua*'t lixke 110 new """" would say that was not a Pru?d raw materials from Barba-
fnrd; that it was. so to speak, ,,eiPd reform and certainly not doSt Mr- <*al'o*U had also proposed
gfgeh/ noifiinn the fort and almott '>''>'hI tbc present raapup
1 Katie one one might say that "-'' >iony and there could be no
BlBda:in" t.iil> no new proposals l'?0 'he money on schemes which
hiri been envisaged bj the Gov- would be of greater liiuwrtaace
gcawnt and nolning controversial :'"d beneilt to the 1
ii therefore been placed before
Convulso.y Kducation
Senior Member for St They were yet tu b tr
ive certain rea rna ># Compulsory 1
of iffalrs which th 1 and then- was .1 conservative es-
raeniber for St. James lunate i over 14.000 children
xpluiiation:-, imt Ovar the jge of 10 who
Crawford) prefeiTed to Wtto and If they could
|sjd .1
ail Hoipital at 60 cents per day.
hich was half of the fee normal-
Irdurxed for thai ward.
Holding The Fort
Consiueratioii ol the Kstimates
Iggo Tuesday, and when the
gsaeadjounml Mr. W. A. Craw-
M was speakiiiK. He
tat the honourable senior mem-
ggforSt. Joseph implied that he
gsjerted to be complimented by
Mi sides of the House on the
investigation of their block
stone industry with a view of tjt-
1 this building material
to neighbouring colonu-
tt I"IHIH'IIUV| 09 till
ability on strengthening
the iiatiitiial economy and makini
the country more :vlf surtlcietit.
M:iiiiteiiaiH-e ol Ituo.vs
Speaking under Head ft. Har-
bour and Shipping MM
Maintenance of Buoys. Mr.
nnother five "left the doorn'ci 'message saying "Pliht" on.'we "are ^"i'T.ir"'^!,. ProdVcers ^to-day
:it its last stop at Madi- I with you." r^,*Jfir meure of market and
son. Wisconsin. At the same time the British *" P wuritj was easily im-
The Martin 202 airliner nor- National Council for Civil Lib-1 ,Tere'1*iahlc Sugar production
mallr carries 36 passengers. ertlea protested against what it an "Pensive business
ThU was the second disaster railed -'colour .liscnmination" IW1U""|8 long term 01
>lving a Northwest Airjlnes >> ine that Seretae's marriage to leather nd' "* hazard!
plane of this type. TWrtv-seven 1 a white
POOpM were killed an August 28
1M8 when I Martin 202 crashed
tear Wlnona. Minnesota during
a summer storm. __B Menoevs Questions
An AcUrssai sitking the re-
nUOaucUOD Of UM Hotels Aids
"HI M tabled by Mr. W. A.
junior member for St.
rwllp ai ling 01
ne House.
I of the Address u as
ollows: -
"Tho House .if Assembly are
of the c
in view ui |hjg toiiMderabl .
economic advantage rolga an-
crucs to the Lx>lony from the
tourist industry, the pprsCsabU
amount at present being ex-
pended on promotion of th?
tourist trade, and uu
table lack of ho,ei aceommoda-
woman was the real
cause of the trouble Kruler.
resulting
D .lel.t-
another
Join With Britain
And France
from page 1
Mayor. Sir Frederick Lowland, to
the President.
Once inside, the President pre-
sented the Lord Mayor with the
red insignia of a Grand Officer of
ii of Honour.
The President urged all coun-
tries to co-operate with Brttaffl
and France in organising a "happy
world from which fenr. mistrust,
misery, and war will be banished."
Auriol was replying to an ad-
dress by the Lord Mayor of I.00-
don at a Guildhall luncheon, given
in his honour by the Corporation
uf London.
He asked "all peoples" to
pestL
in wide vaii
Irom one war :..
These conditions of
created hazardous and specula-
tive position and in his oinu>n
both the grower of cane and the
manufacturer of sugar were fairly
entitled to reasonable condi-
tions for the disposal of their
crops.
Finance For Development
In March, 1MB. the tampan)
100,000 new
tl.000.00l
3*i debenture Mock to :.
temporary bOSTOWlOfll with which
|P .1 twlopinciil i 1
had been I
funds for rapiiytai Uw fjoo.oo, I
debenture stock wnlu was dm
. Hints now
submitted rellected the*
in the capital tructun
i>mpany, but the profits, which
atlsfactoiy ii
"RpUtiiat
aougK
cookies delicio^
to
-taste
Tt>-
v>
m
soys ELSa the BORDEN cow
rasi een waiii.
see mi, stis
AH* ton MVI
lAffl, -111 Mm
II your recipe sIH fox milk-be
ur* vou um K1IM Ii adds extra
nourishment to dclitioui oup; makes richer, \mooihcr
r*rtet; enhsn^ei the llivor o(
your lavoiite desiero. All ike
linnly will cn|.iy ihc irel \o*i
prepare with Kl IM. Kate Kl IM
handy in your cupboard. Remcm-
he/-i( msvi frnbwidioui rcfrig-
FIRST
PREFERENCE THE WORLD OVER
- .-,',',-,,-,-,-,-,',-
hands with Hritain and France lot no nssssM reflected Hm full bone
lion in th* 1--^ .V. II ."'" -.......... tion in the island, that ther.-1 the "great task of finding solutions | t w h(rh ,. ., 1S ,,,,-,
Should hfr ri'-wnt m tho Tuu._ 1 .^ ^-ki___.. ..,*.!,. ._VU u nlcn ,l w "' ""I1 '"
.They could P*nd S200.000 on the Established Bry*n ,L* "ked whether it would
ore.hold water than the one Church, surely they could liud ,lot ^ o*11*1 lo hae ttM buoy*
JBD oy the man who asked why money for compulsory echic iUon "laintaincd and repaired by the
hid murdered his mother-in- So much could--be done in that Highways and Transport IX-parl-
^^^M that he wanted her and other diiections, that at least ""-'"t instead of by a prlvi te .uti-
HPf* ' beginning could be made. It was nm 'or the sum of $480
roe -I '-urable member for St. now nearly ten yean since the Mr Adams npn ,sa,d that among other Moync Commission recomnn>nd-a Mr. Bryan's suggestion in the
BO. the present failure to plan thai free text books and stationery proper quarters and went on to
bbh ws due to the uncertainty trould be supplied to children of explain why the buoys m T\
roriu affairs, the uncert-."-- elenjentarj schools and. they maintained rather than replaced
L! f' ;","il"' m,,rt h"v" addcd- t0 ^h.b.tioners at this stage, Mr Auams said they
.<-on.lary schools None of were very ofl.
the part of any Gov- The age of the four buoys rang-
ent which continued to ig- ed from 1881 to 1902. and while
loii" mr original price of each was in
rnore /as a cryipg need for the region of 73. it was believed
Ihn tow l*-cn uncertain
> torn . -A,.r
|*l ' : until world
a-melinng approaching
B^CwoJldbcourch^l ","?..'hal_??.vorn.mt"'
la* guarantee that for the next
here would be purchased
United Kingdom ami
smi.jo- there ,vas 00 ttgtttnklte
ify * refusing to pl,u
^VflSinl to the cxcum
"** *''' Bui ver, the hoo-
pe senior
to had
a.: ess
IttpeiUHi.
ci the question of disendow mem
pnd disestablishment ot the An-
glican Church. The n>M
be put to better use.
It was common knowledge that
Out Bishop was brought
to this colony spociflcally with the
OT memher for *! s coiony spociiicanv with the lt ----- "1.7 7,
r,hUym" -JSW in view tha.'d^.ub- ^^Z^S^ m
He would leave, or d
Mr. Bryan speakinK under
Head 10, Fire Brigade, asked
when would the recommenda-
tions of Major Cox with regard
to that department be imple-
mented.
It had been drawn to bJl attest*
lion, he said, that the nuinoet of
firemen were too few. and as a
olunie ol
OHM *en
leave and others indisposed
** Wioej ,s voted for tho to P0""1* of the ** re"r*-- "d Wuld ^"^ hard^h,p on lhe
ttif.n .< . IOr "' .K.-hina iuaiiM Kn rfw. I'n'll V ho M M iHlty
men who were on duty
Mr. Asuusw (L) said that from
his recollection the Colonial Office
iK- nac' *k''n heen reminded of the
pressing matter of the appointment
of a Fire Brigade Ofl
It was not so much because ol
p" ot a Financial Secretary ""*"" ^uld be done
g> Civil Servlw of the colony, Deep Water Harbour
2^" wth the specific un- The senior member for
r?"11"*; '' rerred In passing to the
nniincial Secix-tai> .... n. "eep Vattl llaiix.ui UV the
P^wvc would -1 ance senior member for St James
mm' ooveimnent in enabling it expressed the view that the pro- ,
VS or Ulc <*w*lopmen1 ol im should be dealt with with the u^e flres that occurred in Barbados
.ny or at least for ivaing leasi possible delav and with that but tncy ^^ k'ngcrcd up by the
e yovernmenl embarked ho agreed He hoped thai in the frequency of fires in Trinidad, ant
"onably moderate schemes not too distant future, a start they did no* know when Barbados
^wmeni. As lhe> had been would be made with the Deep would be unfortunate enough to
I by :ii, ubour. have such an incidence of tires.
eph. the) also had ftp There was then the question lo The Colonial Office had said that
' administering the gov- winch I thought a profassedl> they were in contact With ft
an official who had been Socialist Government would pay capable man, but final arrange-
th. s*',"'t,'l-v "< w-' fcOtne attention, said Mr. Crawford, menis as to whether he would ac-
wm the 11 Survey and that was the question of a' cept the post or not. had not yet
kssTiftsa ,1 .. OUI cvt-',y vl"JI N,,st making available some Um- been made. As soon as that office
JJJW die Flnancta] leoreUo Ited form of social services in the
CrIsme excuse as colon*.
EJ**"10 Oovernment. doing
should be re-sent to the Lftgda-
lalure the Hotel- Aid Bill
order to encourage the Hotel
Industry in -.ins Wood by grant-
ing certain ieliei m respect of
duty and package tux
Bft who expi-tui nmiiie
upon the easMtruottofl
meni of hotels, and for purpose
ill thereto or
. ilh "
Mr. R. G. Mapp. junior nemb> 1
*"i" St. Thomas tabled the follow-
mg Muestiou in the House of As-
sembly yesterday:
'Hi RIOT SQUAf).
1. Is there a special squad of
the Police Force officially
named The Riot squad?"
2. What are the functions oi
B a squad?
>uch squads of lone
"(.igin or have they been
recently designed and de-
signated?
Will the Government 'ake
tea to have such an ap-
pellation expunged from
sued i.f the local
Forces if and wtK
exists?
4.
Unearth City
3,000 Yrs. BC
KARACHI. March 7
Archaeologists digging on the
site of the ancient Indus Vallev
t-ify of MohenjoDaro have found
the itmjins of ft f01 tress which
they believe dates back more than
three thousand years B.C.
Civilisations older than Egypt
and Babylon may lie beneath.
Working under one of Britain's
'est known archaeologists, Di
to problems, which have bafllen
us for too long, of casting the clear
light of day upon misunderstand
Inge and ulterior motives.
"Kp-afflrming the 'cordial
friendship' between the two coun-
tries, he recalled the wartime des-
ihey suffered.
"But here, as in France I find
the same indestructible determin-
ation to build again a life of dlg-
nily, justice, prosperiU >r
peace', he said.
I.midou Knvoy
The President to-day met the
London Ambassadors and Envoys
of Foreign Towers and the HJflfl
Commissioners of the British
Dominions.
The Soviet Ambassador. Oeorge
Zarubin was among the 50 diplo-
mats, who waited in a semi-circle
in the bow room of Buckingham
Palace to be received.
The French Ambassador. Henc
Massigli. introduced tin :
his President, who shook hands
with all of them.
Speaking in French. Auriol told
the Ambassadors, "the Frestch
Mlnistei I'M Foreign Affairs, bein*:
here with me, T seife this oppoi-
tunity to assure you that mace
wishes to maintain the most cord-
ial relations with all your coun-
tries. I want to assure you that
France will not fail in maintaining
her glorious traditions, and will
work with all countries of good in-
tent and good faith for the poatOft
and the happiness of humanity.
Rruler
Hitler'rf PaintingH
Recovered
MUNICH. March
. Munich Police have so far re-
ft.ortimer Wheeler, students have (covered 184 of 040 paintings col-
gH. He thought that 11 1
came, the Government intended
to carry out the recommendation*
made.
Refreshments
"I hope that any hon'ble mem-
bers who are not entirely satis-
fied with the refreshments pro-
vided will speak now. or forever
aftci hold their peace.'
In a colonv like this in *
lioidCibi,?Uf,Il t^t the le..st the incidence of unemployment
B-sT to J?? to ^ Pro'"or almost throughout the year was.
Wi K wM a" ln,er,m 1 omparatlvely speaking abnor
**l m'ski Z }* ow mU) hib. it should not be beyomi
l^^l be done sOUIVM of th# colony OI t)
Lv ^ ill"""" 'Iu "'"'"> at ,h Government with
tj* ZZma- ; of iinancial experti al it-
fc no Chance rorm of Adams as the Committee negar
1st h,,' ,,ord ^'d Ul'" 1 "' insurance In ordei consideration of Head IS,
Itt lh nt .chunc* of koing to assist the large number of usso- lure.
Hk Estimates In detail. who through no fault of their Then, alter Mr. Mapp (I
** whil ;"'"* -n, found themselves for long enquired about the meaning of
Ksjonih. .f'xecu,lv' bad the year with little or the word "confidential" before
^ wouffil uy remark* "o'hmg to do. the word "secretary" UDdl
NrsjvhiniVnrf 7a*t'<,," ,ht Tbc absence of an unempLoy- 6. the flare up on the refreshment
IttBukiiLo^ ^1 observa- mcnl insurance scheme was really question began.
mien'.. u*'imri Kin ,repIv ' "> be regretted, and certainly, was item 0 provides for the Libi.i-
* the nudnt in'r" Cn* ' the lhlng" to whicn "** ^'n and ConfldenUal Secretary Of
uncovered substantial brick de-
fences around the fortress which
may yield new secrets of a civili-
sation buried under the sand of
lhe earth, 20 miles north east of
Karachi.
Jb* 'te was first discovered in
1921 and from remains uncovered
was thought to date from 2500
1500 B.C.Beater.
acted by Hitler for his museum at
i_inz. which were stolen from ft
Munich air raid shelter in May,
1046, it was announced to-day
The 040 paintings, which include
works by Rembrandt, Jacob Van
ituysdael, Vin !>yke and the
voungcr Tenlers. were estimated
to be worth about 200,000,000 west
(ieiinaii marks Beater.
from their ne*

1 same ns lacl
h* of thl
new ifcan
Iftg ItrftM ! iseua After provll-
lO| fur Um
.mile of the ex pens.'
0 on HOC t ed with the new
issues and the discount .i
lebenlure -lock, and transferring
05.000 lo reserves, the balance
carried forward has been increased
by CI4.I79 to C45.1M
Sugar production for Ihe HM
crop amounteH to 86.605 Ioiin
compared with i
1048.
Value Of Kcseanh
After giving a picture of the
ftttts in research fm
which the company u I
llble, l>ird I.yi. i
ever intri. 1 iiEiire
bearing upon the material pte-
> the tompH'i.
might be, They must never lose
iKhi ol the fact thai
.inderstandlng of human pro'. -
lems was basic to all then- en-
deavours.
The Company was aiming to
knit together In their undertak-
ing a team which could function
in happy unity and in the maxi-
mum benefit of nil
This was an ideal for which they
would always Ctrl
those on the spot with first-
hand knowledge of Ihj
involved.
I.ord Lgfli einuiuded: "As I
see the position, our bast hope*
for the future lie in the contin-
ued display of initiative in agri-
cultural and factory developments
of risk-taking with new idea-
We shall also continue our effoit
to maintain and strengthen the
friendly relations between man-
tgement mid employees and to
encourage the spirit of enthusiasm
which permeates the organisa-
tion "
~
A FEW SPECIAL
ITEMS SUITABLE
FOR BIRTHDAY
GIFTS
m.'l MM by Kcnl
PLKSKS-W.M.I.I IN TllliKMOS
II.ASKSCAMERAS. i;t< .
COLLINS" DRUG STORES
2t, Broad Slrrtl.
w*yxo fiaautigul...
SUVBJIWOM
at A&a&onablit
Toai>puon\
Coffee Spuous
I^Tiil Spoons
Coke I ii.ln.
Uttller Dishes
Knlree Diihe.
Sugar Bowit
Marmalade, Tom ami
Riilter Sels
WW All al Very KcaMinable l*rice
i'i amaiions iniinn
8""BI'. i..v.i.. 1. Oovernmcm which profeued So- ,he Hliuaa and Mr. Adam
P 'wSJ;M{,'hc,M*'- '" to in lo Mr. Mapp uid he d.d not!
" -^ sonr-'' -Jr!" ( ll"ra- know why lh. word'cunl'idenlial'-!
a a 11 ^h '
meniproWi,:, Workmen CoMpMMtiMi M. ,,- mM k, H^,h, ,
7S&1S22ZZ S rfl"'rd '\""?? 'Wl* ralh-^liuoa. SrnT w^ed
Jj "** som-' surl ,,( uon.
*opment praso u.
?o- if the Goverm
I Mat '" """
f."*ue in so
done,
"he Me
NlllMil btfmata
he
of aunt holder of the post wu
^^STThope.rrhe"^: v, .M ^J"*-*"*??!
W aha. to gtve "> * ' * <>*
iPihVf00nor"1<1"' of report on II with a "> CUek ot the llouae wn nec-
"" K. ,u,,nyng whcUler or e^ry in vfcM of the Iktmm ol
..in the not n would be practically advan- the volume of work which the
aaa lecauM* ol tho tueaua to the colony If the Gov- Houie (ttd.
"Iieminl of the penment Itaell could undertake the Mr T. L Waleett II.) >ald thai
5*" "^ iance prescribed IB I >v members of the House werp
*e certain aspects being paid $24,000 a year altogetr-
i* * ** he thoufht they should c<
Ly J** "f1' dustrial Schools and with rejjard ,i,jer the question ol paying lui
^>>0 a to the Government plantation al ltn k .nal they
".....I lohkal III rail mlnhl ,->m.iderihg mc fli-l astl-
' i' ."'' be madi more appioprlaulv when
they cane to the Item under that # ea page I
CYCLISTS
ONCE AGAIN
THEY ARE HERE
DUNLOP
28" x IV*" Crrain Roadsti-r Tyres
28" x 1"2" Pink Roadster Tynm
26" x V Rating Tvre
ECKSTEIN BROS.
DIAL 4269 BAY STREET
/ keep fresh atida^J)
Use LIFEBUOy WHET SOAP
At any lime of the da; :rm ireshnesa cut
be yours too when you use Lifebuoy
Toilet Soap! A wash with this deep-
cleansing lather gets rid of svearincv,, gives
you an exhilarating freshness thai lailt.'
FOR PBRSOS u. FRESHNESS IhWAYS
i'MS


PACE FOUR
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
THURSDAY M ARcr,,
rueuaM to etai Mm* c. ue. na at. imniai
Thursday. Slh March, 1*50
linns On Food
THE raising of the nutritional standard
of the peoples of the world has never been
the subject of so much discussion as it is
to-day; and the activities of the Food and
Agricultural Organisation of the United
Nations have shown at its most successful
the difficult task of international co-opera-
tion. .-
The West Indies too have benefited from
the world's focus on food. And only last
week a conference of Veterinary and Live-
stock Officers of the Caribbean area was
held at Port-of-Spain. The Principal of
the Imperial College of Tropical Agricul-
ture, who presided, pointed out that the
West Indies would now be compelled to
pay strict attention to stock breeding.
Special emphasis was laid on the produc-
tion of meat, milk, poultry and eggs in
order that a better balanced diet should be
provided for the peoples of the West Indies
A Committee of the confer, nee however
examined in detail the all-important ques-
tion of suitability of various types of dairy
and beef cattle, swine, poultry, goats,
sheep, and draft animals. It was recom-
mended that owing to the deficiency in
beef cattle these should be increased three
and one half times.
Although it has been found that the
West Indies are not generally suited to
large scale production of beef the Confer-
ence expressed the opinion that the situa-
tion could be considerably eased by mak-
ing use of the continental areas of British
Guiana and British Honduras and also
Surinam and the French Antilles.
Another Committee on nutrition found
that current standards are not directly
applicable to the tropics and recommended
that investigation be undertaken at some
central station in the area.
The work of these two committees will
have far reaching effect on the future of
the West Indies. It can safely be assumed
that now the matter has been the subject
of discussion by specialist officers, there
will be a follow up by the various Govern-
ments represented at the Conference and
that the pooling of the knowledge gained
and its dissemination will bring some
improvement in a situation which is any-
thing but satisfactory. In this respect the
I Secretariat of the Caribbean Com-
mission should be of great value as a clear-
ing housi'.
In addition to the major issues there are
several subsidiary industries which might
well be started when the programme of
livestock breeding and food production
gets under way. The economy of the West
Indies has been based on agriculture, and
food and livestock production appear to be
the answer U at least a few of the prob-
lems It will be complementary to any
modern agricultural programme and at the
same time must provide its own subsidiary
industries which will bolster the economy
of the area.
The question of markets and distribution
cannot be overlooked. The raw products
of the West Indies are not now protected
and must compete in the bigger market
with the goods of bigger countries. In this
case it is the duty of the West Indian gov-
ernments to afford the necessary protec-
tion to goods produced within the area. It
is only in this way that the people of the
area can benefit from any increase in em-
ployment and at the same time from the
low cost of production based on low wages.
The appointment of an Advisory Council
as recommended by the Conference is the
means of ensuring that the initial work
done last week should not be lost to the
people of the West Indian area.
They Can't Play The
Same Trick Twice
There not anything metre
wonderful
than a great people moving
towards the deep
of an unguessed and unfeared
future
What day it was to live
through! Excitement such as has
never been felt in politics fnr
generations
By John l.ortlon
They Gave The
Money
But. of course, others must
share the blame with th It will be recorded in history b% provide<| the money mu
one of the great experiences of a hcavy ghare of W
mankind.
And it will be deservedly re-
membered as the miracle of one
man. The incomparable Churchill R0,hBcdild.
He carried the contest on his
back. .
It was like a one-man cup nna.
with Churchill playing centre for-
ward, on the wings, and keeping
the foal as well.
He was the Tommy Law ten
Stanley Matthews, and Frank
Swift of the side, all rolled into
one dynamo of energy.
On the roll of names he wa
merely the candidate for Wood-
ford But in fact he was the can-
didate fighting every one of the
825 seats
Even those who oppose him ar.-
generous in their praise of him.
That stout opponent, the -'Man- British history'
Chester Guardian", paid him this Those who voted Liberal lost
line tribute: week must next time be able to
This had been Mr. Chur- use their votes in such a manner
chill's election. He has towered as to have a definite voice and
head and shoulders above all influence on the nation's decl-
ine men on his side, and has sions, and not
given point and dire*, lion to the down the drain
campaign.
Whatever we trunk of his
opinions, it was a magnificent
Without the dollars life WOOJ
certainly have been tougher fm
been for them a carnival of siu.~.e "*.. But the absence of then
as through the hours that searing would have forced both our
,hrae "The Liberal loc'. his ae- politicians and our people to see*
posit' came like a chorus at ire the only road that can lead to
end of almost every res-iit issued, our recoverythe Empire road
Upon whom do we lay the Had our Socialist politicians
prime responsibility for this end our people not been druggen
shameful episode? The men who with dollars, we should
hav>
repl begun the worX of unifying the
economy of the Empire and de-
Who'wcre they? I will teli rUL veloping its resources five years
Most of the money ca-re Iran "go. Those five precious years
Lord Siierwood and Mr. ./urnes de have been lost.
If the Socialists had won this
election with a clear decisive
majority another five years would
certainly have been lost as well.
And the dollars very nearly did
it for them aga'n.
For they enabled the Socialist?
to persuade many voters who do
Especially the group of leaders not lhmlt very deeply or see very
ho persuaded first the money dearly, that it was Socialism that
kept them in their jobs.
.In si Squandered
ho persuaded first the money
providers and then the two and i.
half million voters into believing
that a Liberal Party existed in th country when, in fact. It didn't.
As events have proved.
There must be no repetition
of that folly in the next election
Perhaps, indeed, never again in
effort
What <-ood < anie ...
But what are the real facts'.
The American money in their
pockets certainly enabled our
Socialists to keep the factories
and the workshops running on
the production of goods.
But what happened to these
goods? Much of them were
directed into Ihc markets of
countries which did not in return
ereTy'cait theni " either money or goods
of their own which we needed m
payment for them.
We were, in Met, merely sup-
plying the goods we produced
Another vitally important to them free, which is thorough^
hange must also take plac* unsound economics,
.hen the battle is refought. And on that subterfuge th.
The Socialists must not be Socialists based the utterly fata
Thank* To America
vitally
Do you rammMr what Robert ^~^~^^ ^ ^ d^ th* they had solved Ihe
SUt ^JSo^t^Ke" ^ PtlSta.l'^fd0irtouse ing them to the attention of Member and Territorial
Full employment Isn't the
Southey
noern Oil umi i*!*> **"~-~ * -- *~ -
torV _ofChur.-h.li-s [real oiweOoc full ^P1^",
achievement of Socialism. It
<~ not the result of Socialist
planning but of American pol-
ity.
It was the people of the
In I ted States who were really
Four Nations Continue
Support Of Caribbean
Commission
THE Governments of the French Republic, the
kingdom of the Netherlands, the United Kingdom
of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and tne
Un.ted States of America have given careful study
and cons(deration to the recommendations made by
ihe West Indian Conference i Third Session), which
was held under the auspices of the Caribbean Com-
mission at Basse-Terre. Guadeloupe, on December
I_14 1048 and to the Caribbean Commission's
views on these recommendations.
The four Governments pledge their continuing
support to the objectives and principles to which
the Commission is dedicated. With this in view,
the four Governments reaffirm that the Commission
is: an agency of the Member and Territorial Gov-
ernments for the collection of factual information
and statistics on problems of regional significance
(industrial development, economic planning and.
rehabilitation, housing, labour, education, public
health, social welfare, trade and communications,
fisheries, and agriculture), a clearing house for the
dissemination of such information and statistics;
and an agency for reporting to the four Govern-
ments all specific problems of common interest like-
ly to affect the economic and social development of
the Caribbean region, and for recommending
necessary action thereon. In its role as a co-ordin-
ating agency in the Caribbean area, the Caribbean
Commission will place at the disposal of the ter-
ritories at their request, within the limits of its
budget, the widest possible range of technical assist-
ance of a regional nature by sponsoring regional
meetings for the exchange of scientific and technical
information, by arranging the direct exchange of
scientific and technical workers, by developing
scholarship arrangements for students of the ter-
ritories, and by all other appropriate means.
The four Governments likewise reaffirm their
support of the Conference as an advisory body of
the Commission for making recommendations on
matters of common interest in the social and eco-
nomic field and, through the Commission, for bring-
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TO-DAY'S SPECIAI
at Blenheim:
And everybody praised the Duke
Who this great fight did win
"But what flood came of ir at last.
Quoth little Peferkin:
"Why. that I cannot tell," said he,
"But 'twas a famous victory."
What good will come f ihis
famous victorythis Blenheim of
politics? For victory K is. cv*n
on the record anti-Sociaiism
stands beaten by a handful of
scats ,
Much good will come of it
assure you. And come With
swiftness. For it puts an end to
the march of Socialism. Aii
abrupt and decisive end.
The policies of Socialifn ;'o
uverboard for this Parliament -it
least. Perhaps even for our li.e
time.
For the battle must now be
fount aa;aln The basic issues,
of nationalisation, regimenta-
tion by the Stale, freedom or
serfdom, an economy based on
earned pounds instead of
charity dollar*. a prosperity
ballt on the Empire mu*t ro
back again to be drcided bT
the electors.
urnival Of Shame
, they _
American money for the build- I Governments for action.
ing up of Socialism, instead ul, The Four Governments welcome the specific im-
for the building up of Britain, plementation which has been given to some of the
recommendations of the West Indian Conference.
for which it was given.
'Slop The Flow-
So to socialism-fearing Ameri-
cans who wonder why it is that
Britan has been duped into
There is another very B.
reason why the battle must t,e
refought.
By the decision of 3 fe v peo-
ple, tragic in its stupidity Hid
folly, two and a half million
electors were virtually
chised In this election. Their VOttg
responsible for the very large
vote given to Socialism, little
as they desire it.
For thev provided the money Socialism, I would make this
that enabled the Socialists to reply: "Don't blame us, blame
hide the full extent of their In- yourselves. For you did it.
. competence. It was the loans and "You did it after full and grave
fco-ne the Marshall aid thef poured out warning of what the consequence
that sustained the Socialists in would be. For 70 members of
office. Parliament and a strong force
That pouring out of money was of peers foretold in debate the
perhaps the most moving gesture inevitable future, and cautioned
by one people to another in all you to hold your generous hand
the history of man. "What they said then shouk.
For the impulse that moved the be reprinted now and spread
Americans to do it. for the scale across your continent in order
of generosity on which It was that greater knowledge and wiser
done, we can never thank them guidance should be available
adequately. your generous nation on that
But it was a terribly wrong soon-to-come day when the de-
deciston from our point of view, cision to continue or stop the
Of course it suited the Ameri-
can economy because, by extrac-
ting from us in return a pledge
to end Imperial Preference, the
Americans opened wide the
markets of the British Empire
to their Industrial products.
But by doing that they inflicted
gravethough fortunately not vet
irreparabledamage on Brita'n
They slowed
efforts to secure
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taken.
"When that day cemea if
you wish to make amends and
save Britain and the world as
well, my advice to jou is:
Stop the flew of money Give
Britain a ehanee to stand on
her own feet
"Let her get on w.th the greet
down British duty of making her own Imperial
real financial vineyard rich and fertile.. For
had in deciding the is:
thi' nation.
Friday afternoon must
Their dollars cushioned that la the only way to "ensure
the people of Britain from the prosperity for us and peace for
nt the nost-war flnnn- the world."
this newspaper
hen the election
might just as well not have been full impact of the post-war flnnn- the world."
cast for all the taflutneo ".hey rial crisis and gave them the And I pledge
icfore entirely wrong impression that to that policy
conditions were better than 'hey is refought.
have were.
L.E.S.
Own Home
WELLINGTON, N.Z.
New Zealand's new National par-
ty government has announced a
large-scale drive to encourage
people to own their own homes.
It Is an almost complete reversal
of the policy of the previous So-
cialist government which aimed at
renting houses to the public. Un-
der this policy the state became
by far the largest landlord In the
country
A major .step In the new pro-
gramme is the abolition of all
land sales restrictions except on
farm lands which will come in for
attention later. Under the exist-
ing system all sales of land and
buildings have come before land
sales tribunals which ilx a pfflos
based on 1942 values It is Qlf-
gal to sell above this price, but in
practice a large proportion of
sales of homes and buildings have
been accompanied by an illegal
side payment to the seller.
Now that owners can legally sell
at their own price, a large num-
ber of homes which have been
withheld from the market are
likely (0 t>e offered for sale. Prices
are expected to rise substantially
as 1M2 values are well below
present free market levels but
whether the new prices will be
Hy J. i I.raham
above the under-the-table rates
which have ruled until now re-
mains to be seen. In any case
legal costs and formalities will be
greatly reduced.
Another step In the govern-
ment's scheme is the offering of
building loans up to about 2,000
to home builders They will be
available up to 90 per cent of the
value of the house for civilians
and 100 per cent for ex-service-
men. The government will also
grant suspensory loans of up to
600 to home builders. No interest
will be payable so long as the
owner lives in his house and after
seven years the loan will be can-
celled. If the owner wishes to sell
in less than seven years he must
first offer the house to the govern-
ment and if he ceases to live in
the house he must pay interest on
the loan.
Another major step by the new
government Is the offering of state
rental houses for sale to the ten-
ants Thousands of these houses
have been built every year
throughout the country, but hith-
erto they have been available only
for rental. Now the occupiers can
buy them at valuation if they wish.
Loans will be available from the
government. No tenant will be
disturbed in his occupancy of a
state house if he does not wish to
buy it, nor will his house be off-
ered to anyone else while he re-
mains in It
These provisions are expected to
prove a great attraction to would-
be home-owners. But the govern-
ment Is also tackling the housing
shortage by making it easier for
owners to let accommodation.
Under the previous regime, once
an owner let a house, flat or even
rooms, it was extremely difficult
for him to obtain possession again
from the tenant. He had to prove
that he needed the accommodation
for his own use and in some cases
to find the tenant acceptable al-
ternative accommodation. Even
where a tenant was extremely un-
satisfactory it was often on> after
long legal processes that he could
be removed.
Now many of these controls are
to be relaxed and it is expected
that many people who have feared
to make vacant accommodation
available will offer it for rent
knowing that they will be able to
obtain possession again.
The establishment of the Caribbean Interim Tourist
Committee which held its first meeting in Trinidad
in August 1949. constitutes a constructive measure |
towards the speedy activation of the Caribbean
Tourist Development Association which, it *s earn- j
;t*y hoped, will contribute in an important degree
to the development of tourism throughout the area.
The meeting of meteorological experts held at
Barbados in July, 1949. was responsible for the
speedy establishment of specific improvements in
the hurricane warning system which proved their
worth during the hurricane season of 194b. The
granting of 30 scholarships to the Cariboean area
by the University of Puerto Rico to its School of
Industrial Arts is one of the most concrete and en-
couraging results of the Conference. The Member
Governments are also gratified to learn of the re- ,
organization of the Research Council by which the
Council and its Committees will proceed with a
systematic study of research in the region. They
note with pleasure Ihe completion by the Secretariat
of the valuable Yearbook of Caribbean Research.
The four Governments look with favour upon
efforts to improve the preparation and publication
of essential trade statistics of Caribbean territories.
The four Governments pledge their continued
support to the principle of industrial diversification
appropriate to the economies of their various Carib-
bean territories, as a means of supplementing and
diversifying their economies. It is not intended that
the development of new industries should replace
agricultural activities, but rather supplement them.
The problem of trade barriers in the Caribbean
and (heir effect upon the exchange of commodities
within the area. Therefore the four Governments
are interested in seeing that such barriers are kept
to a minimum with a view to promoting a max-
imum volume of trade.
The four Governments believe that every encour-
agement should be given to inter-territorial trans-
portation, and support the removal of all forms ol
discrimination affecting sea and air transport en-
kMKO'i m international trade within, to and from
the Caribbean. Such measures should in no way-
affect the right of aerial cabotage as it is generally
recognised and as specifically approved by the In-
ternational Civil Aviation Conference (Chicago
1944) nor should they affect the right of maritime
cabotage within, to and from the Caribbean terri-
tories. The four Governments hope that special
transportation taxes can be removed at the earliest
possible moment.
The four Governments agree on the desirability
of improving telecommunications In the Caribbean
, t ,i
The four Governments hope that rates for Inter-
national telegraph and telephone services affecting
the Caribbean area will be kept as low as possible.
The four Governments welcome the suggestion
made for improving the meteorological services and
the hurricane warning system in the area.
The four Governments in co-operation with the
local governments or administrations, will continue
to work for the improvement of labour conditions
throughout the Caribbean area using ILO stand-
ards as a guide.
The four Governments support the recommenda-
tion that the legislatures of the Caribbean territories
should be guided by the principles enunciated in
the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, insofar
as these principles may not have already been
incorporated in the statutes or constitutions of the
territories concerned.
The four Governments agree that the future ses-
sions of the West Indian Conference will be of
greatest utility to the area if attention is centered
on concrete studies capable of early and practical
application.
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Wavering 4.4M huh n< Pol ley Responsible For Dollar Flights
To th. EdUar. The Aduocole- rived In British Honduras in Oeto- controvers> ever since In thcee lour yewjJijd Uho-uili, it must
Sm.The unrest in British Hon- ber, he emphasised at his various < " >d '" "' you know be conceded that theMwpplyinc of
dura, caused by devaluation of official meeUnjs that devaluation Jack if we dont get no rain we certain articles of food is still a
the local dollar has been promin- was against Ae interests of the aint going get no crops. Apd yes problem, the re-elniToducln| of
.nth featured in the British press colony and was not contemplated said Jack, "it we dont get rid of this inestimable Sour would be a
recently In letter to the Times", by His Majesty's Government the raw wc ain't going ;et no crops boon to this comm jnity
Mr P. G. Donald, an established But. "The official pronounce- neither' According to -Soya beans. Gold
Ixindon business man who visited ments of I.ord Ustowel, welcomed My brother says his grivndfalher from the Soil by E J Dies, the
Ions last year, says that "A by the press, were reversed within was invited to a dinner up at the protein runs from 3, 1 to SO 1%
the circumstances .10 weeks without support of the Big House and there were present according to variety
inevitably places the responsibiliiv [aghlalllia ~ Mr Donald admits many experts on soil and plant- The Soya bean has beep, during
on the vacillation of the Home [hat there are economic arguments Ing There was plenty brandy and centuries, the chief source of pro-
Government for and against devaluation. He the conversation which also flowed tcln for the Japanese and Chinese
Mr Donald tells how on Sep- believes that If it had been pu. freely was mostly about King It Is a healthful and sustaining
tember 21, IS4S. on a cabled re- Into effect at the same time as the Sugar After a while the conver- food, and comparatively speaking,
quest of llritish Honduras Cham- other colonies, it would have past- satlon swerved to rats and their cheap
bar of Commerce, he triedbut ed with little trouble. destruction One authority on Tor milch goats and milch cows
without successto discover. "At The wavering Government every subject, as abounds in Pa- It Is excellent
n high Colonial Officer level", policy, however." he concludes, nooku even until tlus day said E. A Mc.
British Honduras stood in -was responsible for a speculative "Re" "> "*r to get rid of All ...
regard to devaluation flight of dollars which has em- unna has to do is to put som Larry Loads
.< not until October 10, barrasaed the whole economy of Paris Green in their holes SIR.Much discussion has taken
official reply made it clear the country-a contin.iency that I asked my brother and he said pta ln nctni we,.ks |n(
li.it pub. i lm.1 not even been con- should have been foreejjn."
.idered. but that the local dollar READER
had merelv 'stayed put" in its re- *___:_. d .
si-tes dollar", Concerning */-
stated Sm,My brother sa-
,i.is Legists- t..tta got he fren
"M-m-m-m. How' dtllon o( ^ ^^ and ^ ^
roN which use them
>..wi Bfiin Thp rjfrHear of motor lor!1
Sis T d Increase bringing sugar from the country
t oth mao district* seem to feet that notnirui
^..1 _ll I. g-av>. a ,. ,

hi>ul4 be on U.>
proposals to-day. he says, is the man wb n>d of the second lomer One l< left to wonder
whether the drivers are paid by
the load or whether th.
ttrnm If thty are paid
Ha* load then it Is reasonable
of Stsu- fur Colonial Affairs, ar- Days and have beer a subject for The war has been ended now that they should drive
ere under consider;.- arranges the menu-economy pre- World War, Dr. Si
vents him being barred out. then Director of Agriculture
to say that when Rats existed In Padooka as far il-cw Ihe commuraHj
then Minister back as the good old Bourbon the decrees. ontial
"break neck" speed in order to
get in as many loads ae possible
in a day but if they are paid
weekly then the law should take
notuv of their conduct.
Another aspect of this danger
i> that Ihe? bring iu the Cttj i
of about forty or Hfty bags of
rugar and then they allow men to
sit on top of the load.
There are two very good ob-
jections to this practice. The sugar
is for human consumption and It
is unhygienic to have men sitting
on it during ihe-.v long voyages to
town. In the second place there
can be no chance of survival for
those who ride so precariously if
any sort of accident occurs on
the road. The Police should rtop
it because there is provision ror
the prosecution of those who ride
on vehicles wlthov.t the pen
of the owner.
( IT-
Books Or Bntikfunt
SIRSome time ago n
was made in the Evening issue of
your paper of the difllcuh
I the Second;.:
ex'-erienced in obtaining text
bookf. and the point was made
that one Dossible solution to the
problem was that the C.
hould provide some of these as
VU done In the case of the Ele-
mentary Schools.
I should like to draw to your
attention that there seems to t
some difficulty In the Elcmcntarv
Schools to-day. The children are
now being discouraged in the use
of Wales and the rcstilt hi thai
parents who can hardly afford l<
send their children to school are
now compelled to buy books at
During this week I cverheard
.ition cetween n .-ever.
year old child in the "tint Stanf-
ord" and his mother. Ha It. 1 bean
told to bring to school a Drawing
Book. It cost his mo iicr hHivt
cents and she had only one shilling
for the day's cxpen.vs. It mea.it
either book or break.Vt.
What is there to prc.cnt a flist
standard pupil from ioaig his
orawuig on a slate? fh? child also
har to write everything In an ex-
ercise book and the number o.'
these are more than world Le
the fees for a term at j H
School. It does seem tha- mnM
person or persons Intend to dis-
iildrcn from getting an
education by putting unnecessary
obstacles in the parent-
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THURSDAY, MARCH 9, I94J
flying Fish
Plentiful
\t Markets
Assembly
Discuss
Estimates
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE FIVE
It:
Ik
0>
,,iii' 1AND. nine hundred i from ,
,ixtv-three pourds of ,
,M through the Public "" "itrodu.-M s|nc, payment
rek. Thursday prov- "bers had started p*>""m
(or the market.
1.775 lbs. of flying (lsh,
lolphin and 317 lbs. of
,- winging a total of 2,532 lbs.,
Cbraugbt in
nw week's total was made up
LsitU lb* of living fish. 974 lbs.
UZL 103 lbs. of bill fish. 1.252
~.jbark and 28 lbs. of alba-
Fish was also very plen-
tbe rural tlsh markets and
Fairly large catches
brought m a'' Paynes Bay,
nd the Spetghtstown
ursel during last week.
in the respective areas
;t*ir share of i!ae catches
kf* hawkers brought some to
E Hall and the City Very
- gdai were realised.
Byj KAY 31 Sgt. Ivan Thomp-
(J nfs from the local Con-
r..l:n after 36 years, eight
^gtt if service. Sgt. Thomp-
K jj di present on three months ; estimates:
Ibk prior to retirement.
w Thompson was well known
|*UK .-cavities in St. Peter, Si'.
pend St Lucy. For the last
w \ vitB iae District 'E* Police Station.
He joined the Force in 1913 and
m mode a Lance Corporal in
|g] Twelve years later he rose
H tbe rank of Corporal and the
jjbwing year1934saw him
number^r m^ sh'wiV'
Chamber Of Commerce
Will Not Be Allied
With Electric Petition
wJB? C0UNCIL < --he Chamber of Co.r.merce at their
tS .i ? one way ur ,he oth'r '" connection with a* "" Actim Chief Justice Mr
inf.slt?n,n*S f.,he petition asking Government to make an. - L TVor at the Court
>mestigtion into the working of the Electric Supply Cor- ,Gr"n? Sawion. yesterday,
poratlon. rr | Bellamy appeared on alternate
Guilty Of
Assault
SENTENCE POSTPONED
SENTENCE on 32-year-old Jos-
nevTh""""18 b,,u, r "'"oufd
9 rj""1*" h" bosun to bl
Mid. It was a matter on which
each member should make .
deeijion. It was not a ma .Vr
the Government lo decide.
n the quarrel about food w.
Gamer ,C1 thereupon eSed*
E? kI"-" *ai;.fnllod to his own
view, he admitted, and so long as
.... he was a member of ihe Housl ho
la the rank of Lance Ser- would vote for refreshments
hJ.'hiW"* "'n.'ro d'*" 'or ">*
hon ble member to rain
point, and he
much.
the
esented it very
Fat 1938 he was made a full Ser-
at S^t Thompson was award-
la) the Colonial Police and Fire
jtpde Unu Service Medal In
01). Five years later saw him .- "- was not a question of food
tiaWnl."}' highest award for, but a question of principle. The
Mr Walcott got in a last word to
sa> it was not a question of food
Houil Policethe Colonial Po-
ftfUeUI.
, Be is brother to retired Sgt.
Arnold Thompson and what is
BBirkatli1 .> that they were the
fat Wo brothers to be made
Own Sergeants together.
H> served under six Commis-.
atari They were: Col. Clarke,
01 Einel. Col. O. C. Helden-
an Cc. W Dickens. Col. O.
ft A Duke -ind the present Com-
ur. Col. R Mlehelln.
A REPORT of an accident
ubmned yesterday in this
ana it was stated that the rear
Mail of motor lorry M 2064, own-
M. .lones and
aim by Bert Rawlins of Ken-
kVJIm New Road, ran over .1 bi-
ouned by Granville Chel-
of the Central Police Sta-
ind ridden by Sybil Kellmon
VtnU Avenue. 1 thick Rock.
This statement is misleading
tone persons concerned with
accident told the "Advocate"
may that if the wheel of thu
J did run over the bicycle it
Jdhave been damaged worse.
Irwtiffltioiis made yesterday
^disclosed that the lorry was
" with Kerosene Oil and at
he, weighed about seven
Head
was parsed and the Com-
mittee got back to a calmer dis-
cussion o. too estimates.
, Adtill Suffrage
Government intends to bring
Traffic Disturb
Assemblymen
nIhTi,,ooUni 0f m("or vehicle.
.1 id the rasing of tneir engines
long Hiekett street, considerably
interfered htl ,he discussion by
H!e ln ,nc House of Assem-
bly yeslfraay M the Colonial Es.
lima.es (or the current year.
So annoying was thu at one
after listening to a reply Irom the
J;01rrnment representative. Dr
M Q Cummins, said that he had
wee trying the entire morning to
.hi ?' "** being sald "n ">
other side of the table, and had
round it extremely difflcult On
some occasions the remarkj of
members on Mat side were total-
ly Inaudible to him. due to the
noise and such a state of alfairr
was most undesirable.
It has been vhe custom to rope
orr the urea around the building
when either body of the Legisla-
ture v..,, in session but
coming mto operation of ,ne one-
way traffic arrangements for this
has been discontinued.
Mr Waleott had the sympathy
the Press, whose r.otelakefr
Mr D. G. Leaeoek Inr Pro ident of the Chamber' pointed out "e ,n. Noven,br with intent to
that Mrs. Lilian Coe had ap- """S1
proached him asking whether th. aB',u"
After
a felony and common
as&auii.
Chamber would support the peti- After a brief deliberation -
tlon. He replied that he had a "?'" Ivy found Bellamy guilty
Council Meeting which would take ' common assault. Throughout
place this week and would bring th*" Irl*' Bellamy appeared to be
up the mailer then in a nervous state and His Hon-
iJr ?!?. P^?plf w:-n\.' "> opln- our. In summing up. referred to
WWS.'.t ILSdTK SSe in^^ce" ^ *
SSfc""^32-^ A C-rown8BXmyPrrUr
Bet *leclricitv itms cue ,he Court adiourned
Hon'ble V, C. Qale said that unt" 10" aJn* on FrW"y-
the lady was an American who
was here for some vears. Sht
liked Barbados and was very
keen ln getting tourists to com*
down here. She however would
not like them to come and find
that there were no electrical
appliances.
American Machinerv
The President said that he
agreed with her as a private In-
dividual.
Mr. T. Bowring said that ff
seemed to him that the members
of the Chamber of Commerce
would probably have contrary
views on the matter.
Mr. R. M. Cave felt that the
.. ippoimment of a Public I'tllitv
were if anything, in a worse o*l- Board would be very desirable in
tion than he j a matter of that sort.
I It was then decided that the
Further Pound \p2Z%%?2Q'%lZ
Conf-
lerence
After premiiiiiarv
Likely
a Bill for Adult Suffrage "'.'""u* *'* n " revaluation
F**wi all__si.. _.- 1 rti Tihe* iv,.m...i i
down
- .< duui an I ,,- ------ - an
soon after the estimates have been I?1 V1*" oou"d. there migh; be
Pwed Mr. Adams said as thoi u r W|nferei.cv on the matter
Committee was diivussing Item|wii," co"imercial representation
30 Revising Officer, under Head Th,s waa 'losed in a lettes
14. Legal Departments. Mr, Adams m ,ne Ac"tE Colonial Secre-
waa telling the House of I mth,"' tary to lhe Chamber of Commerce
increas-e asked for by the Revisina I!1 ,rv^' to request from ihai
Officer. The increase was voted body ,hal lnerc *hould be ful
The President reported that the
Barbados Ice Company had sev-
iiscussior. |oral years ago asked for permis-
sion to import machinery from tha
MTU is just around the cor-
laBtuni ii.ny children have
MjjM to make kites and
ip twine. March means
tj muct> lo those kids who tako
ptinu-resi m kills Hying,
Jtay children save up their
Ka money and bus fare during
wmih in order to buy kite
I lad rolls of twine from
^BMy a few kites can be seen
H in the country districts but
pneral invasion of kites will
m before East
If Adult Suffrage became law.
Mr. Adams said, the whole ques-
tion of registration would have to
be revised.
Dealing with Item 32
which
repnaaoUUon to dis-
cuss the problems arising from re.
valuation.
The letter states:
i '*,if. Excellncy is in sympathy
provider for Registering Offlcersi n t'?e ^pr^soiitatioiis made b>
in the various parishes, Mr. Allder >cur ch"nber in this matter, but
said he hoped some improvement ? was decided during itie Con-
m the way those officers did their|ference of West Indian Govern-
work would be brought alwut. I ^ nclu ln November, that only
Working claw people who could rnmenl molls should at-
not afford to travel long distances1 Tend th Conference and as the ..........---------------
'o register ihen,' '< , votr other WtK Indian Governments very difflcult position
had mot rome difficulties in tho are con"II'r'8 membership of their No action would however be
U.S.A. or Canada, but were
fused by the Government. They
then had to get it from the United
Kingdom at a greater cost and now
found that an American had ap-
plied ard was trranted permission
to bring in sin.ilar machinery.
He felt that that M loading the
dice very heavily mi local business
firms. That case had come very
forcibly to his mind recently and
the policy of Government was a
very unfortunate one for local
LwslMssBnaii to face.
He felt that the matter should
lie considered very seriously by all
local people interested In industry.
The Council was of the opinion
that if the facts were correct, local
companies would be plac d in a
19-Year-Old Guilty
Of Shop Breaking
NINETEEN-YEAR-old Wilber-
force Barrow of Spa Hill. St.
Joseph, pleaded guilty at the
Court of Grand Sessions yester-
day to a charge of shop>-breaking
with Intent. Sentence was post-
poned by His Honour Mi 0 1.
Taylor, Acting Chief Justice.
On February 12 last Harrow
was apprehended by P. C. Gaakin
of the CJ.D. as he (Barrow)
broke and* enterM the provision
shop of Messrs. General Traders
Ltd. at Busbey's Alley.
Mr. D. ii. L. Ward, who re-
presented Barrow, told the Court
that as far as he knew this was
Barrow's first offence. He waa
only 19 years old and was doing
good at his job as a baker's ap-
prentice.
Eldea Barrow, a chauffeur, and
cousin, to Wllberforce Barrow,
also addressed the Court on his
cousin's behalf.
past, and great influence
brought to bear on the question
of the registration of workerr in
country cllttrteta.
It ElMtned that there were cer-
tain persons who did not want to
see a large proporlion of workers
registered, as voters. Sometime:'
workers travelled three or four
miles to register and then they
were on many occasions turned
back by the Reglitcrinii Officer.
Mr. Mapp (L) said he hoped
the Government would see its way
to adopt some of the suggestions
made by the la;"t speaker. There
were many complaints regarding
the Registering Officers.
Arms, Ammunilion
Speaking under Head 1.1. Police,
Mr Allder said that last lime the
Estimates were tielng considered.
|i till. BOXING TOURNA- he had made Ihe suggestion to
* MIST ill Biightons Sports Government that as regards Item
29 "Arms and Ammunition" it was
absolutely unnecessary to spend
tho amount provided fol
which he had tried to explain. He
Mini observed that there was an
attempt to make the Police Force
a military outfit.
Mr. Adams replied that the
mmtly it was announced
IBdGerman, No. 1 contender
Wish Lightweight honours,
"live an exhibition bout
J" -ighlfoot Kid at tho Mod-
Iptft School on March 16.
would prove very inier-
German has "defeated
Kid on previous occas-
also hinted to tho
thai he intended giv-
!" exhibition bouts with a
^ri'.er-. wnom he would pick
, JW PEOPLE who saw an
Zj m ,ms (-'umn on Tues-
Mcrring to lhe newly creeled
niers al lhe I'robyn Street
told the "Advocate"
> that they would bo very
inuie authorities would erect
| by lhe Fountain Garden
ho spoke about this
lP"* can* buses going
erection of Roebuck Street
^epark Hoad.
' "Id that after leaving
ill ev<,m"g they have CD
Wt ten lo fifteen mlnutca
i before the bus comes.
ri.il y sudden shower
l"id they have iu take
J*" by Messrs. Mannlng'a
tore While they arc
,-. uiere. the bus paaaea
tj> obviously have to wait
I livf" mlnulcs.
vJ, .T5."' **! was reported
L*,7'K!US Morris of Thom-
li : ihris' L'hurch He
E " money was remov-
jg'cash box at his liquor
Il221,nl-m. and 3 am
Jjj^ice are making inves-
H^IDENT occurred on
T~i S'rc'l at about 9.30
Wua3<^> between motoi
Marshall of Baxter.!
Lo,,,,.,.,
P Melver.Mn. SI George.
BJa^*' lightly injured on
J""'8 'truck OUtin
I mJr" and many fishing
KT.,?n 8'n out 'o sea
tr ili down.
, J**k one boat was exten-
""ed by these high
>n told ihe Adv.-
f> that it i, a pe.t
th Zi "" palch' Mil!
atr** "oulri in# k_ _i-i
,ff "; the priur.
* Pot upon them.
thai
|E fchermen have I
IT.boau which need new
'or the moment
KL*** ""5 his bicycle
FcanBT^"''' ''on*'
reaSS?*^ molor '
HbES.nolnjurle, and the
'* not damaged.
delegations to officials, His Excel- taken until the fee Company re-
lency regrets that it will not beieelved Government's reply on the
possible to Include unofficial in matter.
tne Barbados delegation. i Mr. T. Benjamin, a Commission
,,.. >Agent from the United Kingdom
!.,!. rC5e"' conference is In- now resident in Barbados was
as a preliminary discussion proposed by Mr. J. H. O'Dowd
irnong offlcials, mainly of the ad- Egan as a member of the Chamber
minlstrallve problems arising from lot Commerce. Mr. R. M. Cave sec-
revalualion and It Is proposed that !onded.
there should be a furihcr confer-
ence with commercial represen-
tations when the practical effects
of revaluation are better under
stood, and I will address vou fur-
ther on mis question in due course.
"I should add that vour letter
was considered by the Governor-
in-Executive Committee in ac-
cordance with your request "
Protest Against
References
To Juliana
PRAGUE, Mar. 8.
Holland has proicsiix. to the
Czechoslovak Government again*.
reierences to Vueen Juliana nm
point was raised nt some time of, aimng the trial here of the Dutch
tho sitting of the Estimates Com-
mittee. It was agreed that this
Item should come out and in its
place should be put, "Public Se-
curity Equipment," making pro-
vision for the purchase of tear
smoke equipment, etc.
The Government were as keen
as the hon. member to see that the
Police Force become a Police Force
and not semi-military unil The
attitude of the Government was
to demilitarize the Force as
quickly as possible and make it a
purely civil organization.
Mr, Allder said that he felt the
amount of $2,880 required should
still be reduced because unlike
sonic other colonies, they did not
have the trouble here of suppress-
ing crowds.
As regards the Item "Upkeep of
Hospitals," he was wondering if
Um PoUm Hospital was necessary
nowadays, and if it would not be
cheaper' to send sick policemen to
the General Hospital. Sometimes
the Police Hospital "was empty for
months and when it did have any-
Ousinussman, Johannes A. Lou-
mn, sentenced to 15 years' hard
labour for economic espionage am.
MaOOUfta
Of remarks by the President ol
ihe Court, tne Dutch note said,
"The Dutch lX'legati--n protest!,
vehemently against such an im-
propriety which is contrary to the
trauitions o( courtesy, which rig-
orously exclude any allusion
oeing made to the Hovel Family
of the Netherlands in any court
case of whatever nature."
The note expressed the Dutch
legations "astonishment" that
LOUWWI in his court confessions
had gone "beyond the scope of the
acts of which he was accused."
"The Legation noted with
stupefaction a confession which
is totally contrary to the truth",
It added.
Jacob Van Der Gaag, Dutch
Charge D'AfTaircs, who disclotea
iiu !i xt of the note to-day is hlm-
elf under orders from the Czech
body onlv one or two persons | povcrnment to leave the country
could be seen in it. 'following the allegation made at
Of the Item "Upkeep of Cot*" I the Louwers trial,
for which $1,000 was being asked) An official statement made at
to be voted, Mr. Allder said there: 'he Hague said "In conn itton with
wera about* 500 or 600 of these I the fact that the Netherlands
cots and this sum for their upkeep | charge D'Affaires in Prague and
war. to his mind, somewhat ex-
pensive. He felt that this amount
should be reduced.
As regards the item "Motor
the Netherlands Military Attache,
and the Counsellor of the Legation
have been requested by the
Czechoslovak Government to leave
Transport," Mr. Allder said that Czechoslovakia within eight days
every now and again one heard or .j^ Netherlands Government h
some vehicle belonging to the
Force involved In an accident
Only last Sunday, according to
report in the Press a motor van
had broken through the rails along
the Constitution drain. That was
only or.- of the several nccider.'.s
during the year and from what he
could see sufficient care was not
being taken by persons in the tions made during the Louwer
Force who were responsible for, trial against members of the
the working of the transport .ys- Dutch Legation, whose departure
demanded the recall within eight
days of Miss M. Ludvcva
(Attache), and Miss R. Palova,
Charuery official of the Czech
1-egaTlon here"
The Dutch Government", the
statement said, "has once more
flatly repudiated all the accusa- Goering Iron Ore Works here he
Ar. excuse was offered for the
absence or Mr. G. 1]. King.
Members nrcnt were Mr. D. G.
l-eacock (President). Hon'ble V.
C. Gale. M.L.C.. Mr. T. Bowrirt.
Mr. D. A. Lucle-Smith. Mr, T. O
Dowding. Mr R. M. Cave, Mr. A
R. Toppin. Mr. A. R. E. King and
Mr. T. N. Peirce.
Leaeoek Granted
Leave Of Absenee
Mr. D. G. Leacock (Jnr ),
President of the Chamber of Com-
merce, applied for and was grant-
ed six months' leave ol absence
from his duties at Urn monthly
Council meeting htld yesterday
This will take effeit from April !.
Mr. Leacock will be going to
.lie United Kingdom on business
coupled with pleasure and while
there will .ittend the British In-
dustries Fair among other things
Mr. A. R Toppin, Senior Vice
President on behalf of the Coun-
cil, wished Mr. Leacock a pleas-
am' voyage.
Spanish Pretender
A "PiigrimM
ROME. March 8.
Don Juan, Pretender to the
Spanish throne, Is expected to
be received in audience by the
Pope to-day "as a humble pil-
grim.
Accompanied by his wife, he
arrived in Italy from Lisbon las.
week-end.
Their 11-year-old son, Princ"
Juan Carlos arrived here by au
last night also from Lisbon.
Don Juan has denied that hi*
visit here has political signifi-
cance
But rumours persist in politica,
quarters that Spanish Royalist*
may hold a secret meeting here.
These quarters note that among
other prominent Royalists now In
Rome are the Duke of Alba ana
General Alfredo Klndland. Ex>
loria Eugenia a also
here. Renter
Would Do
Everything
WATENSTEDT, Salrgitter.
March 8
West German Labour Minister
Hatch today told the)
worker* of the former Hermann
Postpone Sentence
AT yesterday's sitting of th>
ourt of Grand Sessions, Alfred
Hart let: pleaded guilty to a
charge of breaking and enterins
the dwelling .house of George
r.rathwalte of St OeorK* on
lanuary 2 last and stealing onr
p.iii of flannel pants, one whlb
'l.irt and one vest, total value of
MB.72 and $95 in cash, all the
property of Brathwaite.
Senienc was postponed by HI-
Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor.
C>VSE NO. 21
THE hearing of Case No. 21 on
'he Sessions Calendar Kev ft,
Konald Sellman could not be
iieard yesterday. Mr G. H. Adams
who is appearing on behalf of
Sellman. was occupied at the
House of Assembly.
Death By
Natural Causes
A VERDICT of death by natural
'Buses was returned by a seven-
man jury when an inquiry into the
leath of 30-year-old Allan Nile>
of Rockley, Chnst Church. WS4
held yesterday by Mr. E. A. Me
Leod, Coroner of District "A"
Allan Niles who was a tailoi
took suddenly 111 at his home arid
was taken to the General Hospital
on January 24.
Govt. Will Se.
Up Wages
Board
FOR SHOP HANDS
A letter tram I .
nial Secretary to the Chamber o'
Commerce informed th* n
id to e>-
ubliah a Wages Board for ghoi
Assistants in the City of Bridge-
town .
The letter fmtl.t
Chamber to submit
from whom r*pl
ployers in the trade might i
pointed to the Board.
At their meeting <
Council considered tr*
appointed the following:
Mr. R. M, Cava and Mr. J
K. C. Grannum (Dry Q
Mr. A. R. K
eery BualiMai ud PI
H. Blair Bannister (Hai
Mr. Bruce Weatherhead (Drugs
and Mr Victor Chase (Small Gro-
cery Business),
Electricity
Cuts Stili
Necessary
IT is understood from
ngement of the Electric Supi
Corporation that ,
Kngme with the broken crank-1
i-haft has been rebuilt \\
not be assumed that it can be ;
into full comml
il u,-ek .
nore;Mary tests have to take place I
As N.
when the parts fa
ed it will
fore this MMAM
and until bOU
commie Ion again p *
of load gheddlng will -nil k
ateeatsoy,
Fined For Selling
Adulterated Milk
Vi
POULTRY FEEDS
OF ALL KINDS
by
Now obtainable
Irom .
II. Jason .lones
* Co. Ltd.
HHtB 4. NVVELTIES
IN I EMI M
NnOM ROt-Rives In X, Shade.
LA( I aj| a,r 36 In. wide In While. Bel
UK in \ rOWaU -ood al
Of
.... SIM aer pr.
Belae. BUeh at J1.77 per pr.
I >.'--.''!*.....e A-artmeato?^. '">" "
SIMM*.
A int ol 15'- in H days or [{!
one month's imprisonment was
Imposed on Ctaarli
Road. Bank Hall -
Worship Mr ( A McLeod for
cember 1.
CAL-CTOSE
I that mokes milk more appealing
Cal-C-Tsae contains 6 es-vnlial vuamins for body building
and nuke .i dallcleM chocolate beverage (hot ur cold.)
TRY IT NOW YOU'LL ENJOY IT.
In s.,1, al KNIGHTS DRI(, STORES
In The ffouae
Yestvrtlm-
" ol Awcml.:
lent into Q)tnm.tta
I R#\ri.ue mid Rkpnulilur.- for ttK
urrwtil llnjuitml xvm itid isi.gtM
"r-. .,( ISp.,iul.^ ,,,.,, ,. (1( ,
rona.(tarailon ol lil i*
^' "nd -nd red. and iCacl
10 Edu.*!!.! i,mj ,.,i ,,.. wtam me lli^ae d)in.i
Tl* Hr^tU pMMd "rid I Oornnor SS.im i
colonial Trwium-
\inlitor Uvnvrml (39.437 ||nHi s -
)tU .UK, ShlpLilllfc M, .
*Uhu% S137.4S7. lima <
"v^nr Mncauiiw in
Puouc Mark* sin *,s
fa* BngjMto IISJU
l.ihin., SUSS
Nation Offlcr SI1.0TI ||md 13
*>' MUM Tl.,.1 14 i ,
P-tWln-wiil. S44.WW
Pt S3S.410 lid l
I IiuHulrlal Schooli fM.JKl || c
Ci-i '
S.4H. Mf-i.,1 IS
gun
FOR THE BEST IN
AUTOMOTIVE PAINTS
INSIST ON
"B E L C O"
CELLULOSE FINISHES
25 YEARS AGO
tern.
Horses I'nneceisary
On the item al>out "Horses;'. Mr.
Allder said that to his mind it was
becoming unnecessary In these
davs of motor transport for the
Police Department to have su
was demanded yesterday
The Dutrh Government doe*
not accept in any part the argu-
ments brought forward by the
Czech Government in support of
the order to leave and wished to
nut on record that all the con-
of this arbitrary
many bortaa\
It might be fe t that w*""" measure by the Czech Govern-
or the part should m* ; ment are the full responsibility of
because of sentiment, but he i
this GovernmenfReater
Coalition Cabinet
becauM -.
thought that one should not allow
sentiment to cost so much.
surprised to see under
Item 67, the provision of IWhJ
the purchase of more horse* ATHENS, March 8.
did not know if he could get the Leaders of three Greek parties
puarantee from Government that announced tonight they had
they did not intend to go ahead Agreed (n principle on th* forma-
wlth such o purchase He was tltm & 2 Coalition Cabinet
9 Ob Psige 7
would "do everything to come to
a satisfactory agreement with the
British High Commissioner, Sir
Brian Robertson, on the problem
of dismantling in the works."
Storch had come here yesterday
to calm the mounting tension
among the workers over the new-
ly begun dismantling operation in
the foundry of the Works.
He said he would do everything
to help the Salr.gitter area, where
heavy unemployment had created
a dismal situation.
He said he would not need to
r.e places of work hare,
if the West German Government
were free in their actions."
: had withdrawn last night, return-
ed to the foundry this morning.
They found everything calm on
the scene of protest actions by
German workers during the last
two dayvReaver
.'J Schooners Bring
Charcoal
ONE thousand and
bags of charcoal arrived for Bar*
bados yesterday by intercolonial
craft.
Of these. 400 bags wen luuvy
charcoal from British Guiana
while the others were light char-
coal from St. Lucia.
Vessels bringing the cargo wen
the schooners "Cyril E. Smith'
(56 tons) "Adahna" (50 ions.
and "Wonderful Counsellor
(3a tons). These schooners alst
brought supplies of sawn green-
heart and mora, lirewood, copra
<*ocoanuU. cocoanut oil, lime
juice, lubricating oil, undressec
posts and boards, moulding sand
and fresh fruit.
Messrs Schooner Owners' As-
sociation are local agents.
Flour Comet*
From Halifax
BARBADOS received on Tuc..-
lay evening a shipment of 2.1311
sacks of flour which arrived
from Halifax by the 3,M5-to.>
teamship "Alcoa Polaris."
Included in this vessel's cariy.
for the island were 56 cases Of
tobacco, eggs, n Plymouth car an!
a crate r,f potatoes from Bermud i.
ine "Alcoa Polaris" sailed
early yesterday morning- for St
Vincent. Messrs Da Costa a Co .
Ltd., are local agents.
"Custodian Due
Here Today
THE Harrison Une freighter
'Custodian," consigned to Messrs
Da Costa Co.. Ltd.. is due to
errive at Bridgetown around mid-
day to-day.
It is coming from England vi,t
the* British Northern Islands with
(Barbados Advocate. March
IMIl
MR J. It. DOVELL. i so
WE underhand that Mr. John ]{.
BovaU, i S of i^gri-
eulture wU i-- n
of the current month i
Mr. Boveil entered ti
Service of this colony in 1883 as
Superintendent of Dodd.
atory. It is there
ol the Botanical 81
lifty-six | started on U>
Ltnj
lueh tremendous vmh*
Suaar Industry of the Island.
Manufactured by
(IIEMIIAL INDUSTRIES LTD.
PAINTS DIVISION
A. S. Bryden & Sons (') Ltd. ***
\W-
ITT Shirts with trubvniscd collar attached
hades of bUu, rream. gn and wUtt.......
e.. $4.87
ENDEAVOUR" Sport Shirts.
i blue, tan, white
short sleeves. In
e. 8-1.84
< Uular sport
-.
blue, Fawn & grey.
$4.92
$4.60
i-Hoae, in l.lut-, fawn
1 ) lo II| Ins.
E. 11.11 & $1.49
INTERLOCK cotton A

40. Each..........94c.
"ENDEAVOUR" P y j a m a
utta, striped daajgaa. si/.'s
36 to 44 ins Each $6.13
Knitted white Silk Scarves
with fringe. Each.. $3,67
Cave Shepherd k Co., Ltd.
10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
ha.Hr
arlo.
The "Custodian" was expecte.l
hera some days earlier but delay
was caused In the Northern
Islands.
V.HAT'S ON TO-DAY
West laalan Caarl of ApaaaJ
al U.W a.aa.
B.T.C. Raen at CarriMB
Saraaaaua al I.M a.m.
Mobil. Cinema. Searle. Ea-
Ule Yara, t'hrial hurrh
Charch al 7.M a.m.
MN TOM* ALT Tin;
and Into 1950
WAY...
with Flying Colours
I If V1MIJ,
N. B. F^elivcrlcs can be
BEST i u.i i: oi\ nn
ged in the U. K.
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PAGE SEVEN
HOUSES
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THANKS
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H|Ker AUSTIN DrfOSTA
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SESORIAM
BR( MOMU& who died Mh
*- now our hearts sre sore
Cases on we miss you more.
BSVilt. rour gentle "Tfji vour vacant piece.
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| I know thai death was
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1 at earting without '"**^"
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HOKRLS. who fell aslcer
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HOtSF.S--.St James C<*s1 Two house.
newly built. unfUrntohnJ. to be In on
."* "nd w*o coewnodlous furnished
ZZ*. 1- rT. P~Pty. Ui.bNi.bli
be.ch and bathing. be vleenrd am
'r of day "V suitable tenant!, Box XX
Co Advocate Co. I J SOSb
^lRI' Wtatofl Hill. HlBkH
roin irt April for an iiideflmie period
Jwnjjjjd. ir further pertlc*rs d
CAJOUNOTON A SKA1-Y.
Lutm Street
tJIMi
-J5 real],- ..med , rtH*U'n ordn.
*r prtrM* ChrlMJAM Orde mm.
*"-M<> pwiou, ,
^^-ry. WrtU i*i h* beiutih.; h*.
NOTICE
B*BAIM>!. OIMSRAL HOtriTAl.
10c_ *" i"w rrom in Apnt
III FIODBH BREAD
< ALCOHOL
ZiSIiSr "" ~!~M lnWr. will
i.*'!,^""^. '"""UiM Mil I.. i
"~ .1 I..1..I., |I. |,. ,.. .,,
r.m, ,., l.inr.. !.&,,/.
5g*Uf ' " nmmS .1
Twn. of cwntrwrt Bna nv (unnrr p..
Ur.il*. mror h. obtMrwil on .ppli.i|or
Uir Or.nl Horplui "Pi"".!!..
W GOODMAN
Sr*rn.ry.
169,000 For
Invention
| L0NIX)N. March 8
Thp blgcpst award ever made
the Bru\sh Government for
,an invention. 169,000. has been
(paid to a London rtrm for secret
, processes to protect aluminium
one! aluminium alloys u*ed in the
i construction of aircraft during the
, war.
The previous highest' invention
award was 100.000, made to Sir
Frank Whltle. the jet cngirrt*
; pioneerRenter.
"CORAL CROFT', modem. 3 b-dioom-
one ho^aa built around Pallo for ren'
ui-mined or unfurnished. Phone 3M|
'C;iBRALTAR---0.uir *, From
Ml. April and for Uie nvontrn of May,
June. July Apply Mr* F H rarmrr!
Andrews PlantaUon, 81 Joseph
/S.503n
WHITE SANDS-Si llWIIM. ful.
nlohed The Bower. Garrlaon fur-
iishe. Hpuni near Vht Ctub. fur-
l-hed FlaU near Inch Martow. hu-
mmed and unfurnished Roar Hill S
Peter furnimhwl Also large country
and town properties Dlxon a Bladon,
Real Estate Aaents. Auctloneen. Plan-
tation, Buildings. Phone 4640
* 3 m

.Till II VVI1N
Fill I SALE
Mtut. one or Ihe bei1
' ig stroiui Alwayi
, In good condition
Lftk srwe Apply Straughn :
CjMSirrrt. 0.1.50-t f.n
AUCTION
KHJOAV 10th at I p m UPpBB BANK
HALL MALN ROAD, NEW BUAK1J Ah
I SHCCOLC HOUSE 18x10.1. pine floor
&"!$&&-*- CAaH " rALL
R. AHCHEIt McKENZIE.
Auctioi.iers
3 to .i
It P :T Model
raiaglganl. Can be seen a<
. Offer, in writing wi
to 4 p m Fndav 10th
[Jtl A L>-nch Co Lid
7 1 50n
i Iti) dual geni
food condition En-
i< Tyre Company. Trsfalgar
9 3 50 tfn
'-
I Fare bred AIsMian
* *wd Applv to
To Planl-tion. a
Ihenr
.3 SOBi
WE0US
f FLOS* MACHINE--A* now
Beard Auction Rooms.
BBBjj H .. HKI
9 3.50In.
REAL ESTATE
DWELLLNG HOUSE with 3 roods 31
penhem of land attached at -Briar Hair*.
Christ Church. The dwelling houao con-
Ulna open verandah, drawing and din-
ing rooms, two bedrooms and usual con-
veniences. There is alao a Lime Kiln In
good working order on the premiata.
The above property will be -et kap lor
sale at our OfSce. Jamei Street, on
Friday 17th March, IftM, at 1 30 p m.
Inspection or application on the pre-
mi
YF-ARWOOD & BOYCE.
Solicitor a.
S3. SOan
ItIce Cream and Mineral
veral Deep Fnaaasrs
laMltion with Guarantors at
Auction Ifoom. Hard
I Phone W*J I, 3. SOIn
?WELLING HOUSEThe two Honed
dwelling house called AMBURY with
I acre perches of land attached theie-
to. situate at Upper Collymore Hoik.
St. Michael The house contains draw-
ing and dining rooms, one bedroom ..no
conveniences on tho ground hoor. and
three, bedrooms, toilet and bath on first
floor. Government water and Electric
Ity Installed For Inspection dial 31*7
The above property will be *et up for
Ml* al our Ofli.r. James Slreel. $ Fri-
day lTlh Monrh. at 3 p.rn
YEARWOOD BOYCF.
Soliiiton.
S3 50n
t TV:
lliil.-i.-i | ti'.r-* lire"
thmt quenching drink
man to-da-
ranMt Its*
n 2 to I n.
I BOATS Three <3i FUhlng
fOeofft Memtt. Caribbean.
v-. > .
3 1 to 6n
_ every descnoUon
_, old Jewel*, fine SfJK*ar.,
_,-^.l aarly books, Map*. Auto- I
par. : Oen rtges Aj laaug Bhan,
HlBsMU Yacht Club
1 9.4. l l.n.
LAND- 3.5 square feet of land at the
Ivy. Goveniim.it Hill The above perrd
of land will be set up for sale by public
competition at our Office. James Street,
on Thurdav IBth Kerch IM0. at ? p.m
YEARWOOD At BOYCE.
Solicitors
S3 SO-fn
PERSONAL
Argortex Reflex
Onerne Bniarger for above
a ColontMsdO ftaoras
7 3 SOAn
iOae Winter Coal and Woollen
Tfiaiar awhea. rnu>v othe-
l rhesp (or casti. condlUo-
"atCourt H Flat* .las-ting*
9 3 S0--1-
The (Biblli .ire laeraby -jriM>d against
rlvii^ credit to my wife ESMIE MAUDB,
SMITH aa I do not hold myself irspon-
slble Mr her or atiyone else contrartlnii
any debt or debta In my name unless by
a wiittrn order ilgned bv me
nT7 GERALD WATTS.
St Bernard. Village
St Joseph
I 3 SO- 4jn
. j pistols are here
Wsk>: thai uees no cape vei
J Of rv>lw G*
IBT Dept where you will
Be Daeay torch thut lifhu up
"a lajl B>u1 the adorab'e
B Da. I. 3 SO- J'
i alone- can be obtained
Vi Music Depi They are
Bar aikd the title eong
'uin in i'.i-i,.
3 60- In
Charming tone Iron
. 'ana Oampoell Renewed.
LRftunn: Priced ittraettvw-
lBMn, TLfalja. Street. Dial
3. SO-In
BBta. ROPI Apprc
igaeg)
i"" Applv Han
I Co 1 | i M j
waiter
iKI
BlBAPIIEjt a, T.-iMST
eear Ogy, App|
B^^B*>tiratioii and refcrencr*
L. 3 3 SO-
WANTED
far the Anglican llieh
. Grenada. Appii.-ei.oiu,
S**' hould be addreaa-
gBil-n of Grenada, the
OFFICIAL NOTICE
BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT t'Ot'RT OF APPEAi
ELFORD HAYNXS........ PUInllfT
CLIFFORD HAVSRS Drfendan.
IN i-u.uarci' of an Order In IhM Con-
In the Above acUon nusde on the 2nd day
of Mnrch 1*00 I give notice to all pe<*.<.i
haiving any estate, nght or inte-nst In o*
lion or irwunUjnanoe afle Ung ill
lra.1 reartaui Mene or parcel of land
vltuatr at Newbury In the parish at Sa
'leorge containing by admass..-'
two node or thereabouu abutting and
bounding: on lands of one Glbbs on lands
of one Blanchette on lands of ftnee Hill
Plantation and on an rtgfcl foot road l<-
emmon leading to the public mod or
|gg the ssune may abui .-.nil
bound U> bring before me an account of
'lieu wild claim* with their witnesses.
loCTunesds and vouchers, to be exaiiUn.
by me on any Tuesday, or FVidac be
tween the boura of 11 moon" and
o'clock In the afternoon, at the Office o'
'he Clerk of Uv* Aamlatant Cnurt i
Appeal at the Court Houae Bridgajtowri
before the iTth day f May IBM. in orde-
'het such claims may be ranked acronl-
Ing to the nature and priority therm*
"sepecilvwly. otherwise auch parsons win
->e precluded from the baste** of the sax-
Decree, and be tsseeived of ail claims on
or agatlnsrt the said property
CJahnsavU are also noUAed that li-'
muat attend the esid Court on Wsdneeda
the 17th day of May Ie. at 10 o'clock
a m hen their said clelma will be
nuked,.
On en mvder my harad thU and daft o
\I..i. IM
I V GILKER.
a 3>
Aj[ Clerk ol Ihe Assi-i"'
of Appeal
^ANEOlS
J5L*'S CRADLE_In good
li-T "houl maltres*
> > It Phone SIM
T 9 SO 3n
Mil Ni-ir.-, S,.
| :-. '
J*BfW Baune. Hi.
theses' w.n. (U|.
m offered (or us-
T ' AdvucsiK
3 SO-an
I -iel Dl'sner
rnj-t^?, >BU" r-d
"iffs/
*T Plis.
OFFICIAL SALE
,: If
N i hi A'BISTAVT COt'BT OF APPBA*
EqulUble Jurtedlctloni
NOTICss is hereby '" ''
-f an Order of the Assistant Ce"
AppeeJ dated the and day of Man* IteO.
>hseej *ill la- -et up for sole to the highest
-iHrVr at the OaVe of ihe Clerk -f the
A-uiasatV Court of Appeal at the Cmr
Rgaj e Bridgetown, between Ihe hour
t II irsooni end 1 o'clock m the a'i~
oe" on Frldav Ihe lHh day of Mao If"
II that certain piece or pereri of Ian'
.. -bur*- in the parlssi <* Bain
': 'o roods or Unieasbuut# >i
^.andlng on lands of one OtfesM an lands
cf one lajenchette on lande of nose Hi'i
'>Ktton and en ate oeshl foes rca-t i-
.mmon leading ta the public road o
-ever elthe sans rosy abut sad
bound and If not than sold Use sal
f*aperty will be art up Cor sale on ew
rndoy asswewn >he ssrr
me seen* Is sold far a mv
not Isse taetn Cl l> iiM
Dse*d tha and day of March lt
I V GILKIsS.
A** Clerk of tha Assistant Carl ,
1 TSW+
NOTICE
RARBAU08 tiFNFRAL ROSPtTAL
I'e Hoepttel up to IS o'clock noon or
,li'*d*vj ,4Ji} March. 1BS0. to, Ih, hah.
vSuZ UNIFORMS FOR MALE
NURSES AND PORTERS In, n pol
^*. y*"!r ln*n '* AP"i. itoa .
render forms will be supplissj on ap-
X"11^^ "!* . General Hos-
Dltal. and tenders will not be .iitm.ih.
^Tosoluu^ -* " '0m% ,UPpl"d b>
Perssns teaferlas rse.t ..bmii al Iks
Una ef ime.nns letter* frem Iwe ether
sei-ieea knewn u pessess properly. e-
presslas ih.i, willlnsRiess ts berasae
haaag ss seretles lar lb* imnimem si
easlrael
Ftsnher pertlrulare may be obtsdne
rrom tho Secnetary. General Hospital.
W. GOODMAN
Begr*>tsea
S3. SO3n.
NOTICE
PABI.SH (.1 -.1. THOMAS
TENDERS wll1 be received bv the
indcrslg-ned up to Frtda* ITth Maprh
IBS*, in sealed envelopes ma Her ft* the convejnlna: of Patipara and
burials of ihe Dead" l v
ing paupers from any pert of the parish
lo tha ALmshouap or > institution u
ihe parish of St. Michael and vice
versa i!> For the supplying of coffins
rwl ihe aonvevirfg uf the deed from the
mutton or from anv perl of the
perish o| either of the Church yards
tag
The

ihe dead only in coffins supplied by the
arl*h. The Board shell retain th-
1-s.hl of sending a person lo or tram
Hospital of the institution wl.o In their
opinion Is suitable to so travel; and do
not bind themselves lo accept the
lowest or no tender.
W SMALL.
Clerk.
Bu-.nl of Pom Law Guardians
9 3 SO tn
NOTICE
e Eitele af
ES.LEN AGUSTA SEYMOUR
i Decease d)
NOTKX IS HEREBY GIVEN that al.
arsons haiving any debt or claims again*
be Estate of Ellen Ajusta Seymour vesed. lake of Masssn Hall Street, i,
he Perish of Sannt Michael m this Is
and who died in Barbedos on the 3ra
oey of February IM0 .rv requested I
end in psrtlcuUr* of I heir claims Lu
..Iti-essxl to the irndea-Hgned HAHiH..
'lEMENTS. c o or of Pitta Village a>
Jamea on or before Uie Slh day of M,<
laso waiter which dale 1 shei| gra-
'eed to dSetrlbuie the assets uf
ireeastd among Ihe parties unit
thereto, lutving figerra only to >uci
'lalina of which t shall than, have
had nntive and I will not be llab!<
for Ihe asset* or any part thereof *
dtftnbutad to any person of whose <'e
;l*un I shall not then have had
sjasasg
And all persona indebted lo tha su
late are requested to settle thetr m-
debteoju*ei without delay
Daled this nth day of March U'
GLADRTONB F HOWXN
tjuallfled eaeculora .rf the Esute c.f
ELLEN AGUSTA SEYMOUR, deceased
I :> tn
Atomic Energy
Can Be Applied
To Industry
LONLK-N. March 8.
One of Britain's leading Atomic
Energy experts Professor I. Oli-
phant challenged scientists and
engineers, who have predicted
that Atomic Energy cannot be
economically applied to industry.
Lecturing to the British Royal
Society of Arts, he said: "I feel
confident that atomic energy has
a very important part to play In
the production of industrial
power, and that the cost will ulti-
mately be found rt> be competitive*
with, and probably much less,
than the cost of power from other
sources.'' "The time required to
reach this state of development is
unlikely to be less than 10 to 15
years, and clearly it depends on
the relative effort devoted to the
military and industrial objec-
tives."
Professor OHphant conceded a
"remote possibility" that indus-
trial power may one day be pro-
duced from hydrogen. It could be
done. There was enough hydro-
Ren available in the sea to pro-
duce all ihe power mankind could
conceivably use in the whole life-
time of the Solar System.
Professor Oliphant said: "Those
of us, who worked in this fruitful
Held of human intellectual en-
deavour harbour no hostile atti-
tude. He thought there was small
probaWlity that nuclear power
would be available for useful pur-
poses, unless the problems of war
inuld bt solved. It is n source
of great regret to men of science
that their work is made the basis
of the indiscriminate destruction
of man, and his civilisation, in-
stead of contributing to the well-
!>eln)i (if all."Rraltr
NoWarlMon 1970
-Says General Groves
CLEVELAND. Ohio. March 8.
Lieut. General Leslie Groves,
wartime cfaitf of .tie United State.*
atom bomb project, told the Cham-
ber of Commerce here that he be-
lieved Russia would not be able
to iiiutiitake an offensive war be-
fore 1970.
General Groves said there was
too much i*alk nml speculation "m
high places" about the hydrogen
bomb.Router.
Assembly Discuss
Estimates
Plane Crashes
And Explodes
MINNEAPOLIS, March 8.
A pkiiH-. roaring through .i blir-
ssutd, crashed and exploded last
niglii'. converting a Minneapolis
home into a blazing funeral pyre
The plane carried 10 passengers
;md a crew of three.
Two children watching televl-
-lon i.i the house when it was
struck were trapped in the flam-
ing Inferno which came from the
plane's gasoline tanks Can. Proas
NOTICE
Re i.i.l. ef
SAMUEL A. HKEENF.
< Deceased I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai al
having any dabt or claims asuum
state of Samuel A Skrene. deceased
of Near Races in the Parish of St
Philip in this island, who dsed In thi
iland on the Mi day of Sepiemtj-v in,
re leqiiesled to send in particular.
their claims duly attested u> Ihe. under
signed J Mc D Skrene ' Thorn Inn
I. Cti Cai on or before -he l5.li gg
_ June IBM aassr which dea*. ] .>
nrucoed to distribute the assets, of UY
icceeasd ^inong tho parties enUlled
hereto, having ingaril only to aursl
bum* of wh.ich I shell then have had
otlcc and I will not be liable for th.
aaets or any part Uierauf so distribute.
r i*u person of whoa* debf
I wll not then have had notice
And all pereana Indebted lo the at
-state are itqueated to settle their -
dgbtettnees without drla.\
Dated, tin. ftth day of March IVO
J McP SKECNE.
Qualifle-J rvecutor of the Estate of
Samuel A SKRENE. .trceased
3 10 tn
ARCHBISHOP'S TRAIN
CRASHES WITH REPAIR
TROLLEY
MILAN, March 8.
Cardinal Francis Spellinan.
Archbishop of New York, escaped
unhurt today when his train
trashed into a repair lioilcy tin
the line from Florence to Bologna.
Some of the 600 American pll-
Igrims travelling with him received
slight bruises.
The Cardinal who arrived in
Milan tonight' two hours late, was
returning to the United States
from a Holy Year visit to Home.
Reuter.
therefore moving that that item
Mr. R. C. Map* L. .aid that as
regards the item "Rent allowance
to Police Officers." he did not
agree with the provision of $240
for parorhial tax The oniv
parochial lax that he knew was
payable on houses was the Oc-
cupancy Tax and this had now
been abolished so that it would
not be collected this year. He
would like some explanation on
this item.
On the item "Arms and Am-
munition," they had been Bjsaas* in
explanation by the Leader <>i :iie
House pointing out that
vision was for the purchase of
tear smoke equipment. He wag
aware that a Police Force mutt
be up-to -date, but he had seen
in some newspaper a photograph
of what was called a "Riot Squai"
Of the Force. He did not know
if that special equipment w..s
for that special, squad. He did not
know if there was anything like
it in uther colonial terrttt
the only riots that occurred her?
were minor disturbances. He
hoped that if there was such a
mime In the Force it would soon
be expunged from it.
Criticism
On the Item of "Clothing and
Equipment.'' Mr. Mapp criti-
cised the kind of clothiun worn
by the Police pointing out that
it was unsuitable for the cli-
mate, and made policemen very
uncomfortable when the uv.nri-
er was at 80 or 90 degrees in
the shade. He hoped that m
the provision under the Item
a change of clothing was en-
visaged.
Of items 41 and 42 dealing with
equipment for the Police Band,
Mr. Mapp said that he thought
every honourable member would
agree that tin- baud had made .i
name fur itself and was up to
such a high standard that no one
would hesitate to vote any ad-
ditional sums to make it even
more i-nleient or more modern.
He understood that two jrfaVfl
ago the leadtsr of the band, Capt.
Ralson. had in mind the importa-
tion of more modern instiunu'ir.*.
It would not be a bad idea if
such i' request was made to Gov-
ernment 'or them to give con-
sideration to it. It must be borne
in mind that the hand did muc i
for the cultural uplittment of the
community:
Mr. Mapp then moved th.it ihe
sum of $240 in regard
to pay parochial tax. lie deleted.
Mr. Allder seconded.
Mr. F. E. Miller (L) rererred to
item 3 "Superintendents of Po-
lice" and said that as regards the
Bandmaster who was one of these
Superintendents, he did not think
the salary he was getting w;is
truly reminui.itiM* 1*01 the \\"ik
he was doing. No one could
deny the fact that he was doing
a very good job.
As regards the item "New in-
struments for Band." he thought
that most honourable members
would agree that most of the
instruments were old, Bad UM
$300 being asked for would only-
buy one instrument say, like I
saxophone.
Mr. E. K. YValroU (F.) uui'lu.u-
ed the putting ol the changed
titles in the Estimates such as
from "Sergeant Major," for In-
stance, to "Inspector," before
dealing with the Civil Establish-
ment Order. The changes, he said.
must be made and approved nrst
before the> culd be put in the
K '.u> |t(d
Hepiying to tile comments,
Or. Cwmmins (L) said that as
egurds the points made about the
Police Hospital by the honourable
senior member for St. John, he
supposed the honourable mem-
ber would be glad to hc.ir ih .1
that hospital was used now niily
as an observation post. If a
iHiht-emon TiMirted sick he was
sent there for observation.
He knew that the honourable
member would be pleased to
hear that arrangements hud le-
cently been made whereby .t
policeman could be accommodated
at Pay Ward A at the General
Hospital for half pay. that w.is
10 cents per day.
As reTards the matter of the
horses that h.-d been raised t>y
the honourable member he would
see that theie had been a reduc-
tion of these, but on the othei
hand some must be kept, even for
is the honourable member had
said, to clear a crowd.
Of the point raised by the hon-
ourable junior member for St.
Thomas about $240 to pay Paro-
chial Tax. there seemed to be
some mistake. There was no
Occupancy Tax now and he
thought this item might be
..:,., i raws!
Wear and Tear
On the matter of the provisi -n
for the maintenance for cots tha*
had been raised by the honour-
able senior member for St. John,
anyone would appreciate th.tt
cots became old and worn in pro-
cess of time and needed to hdj
repaired. Certainly some provis-
ion must be made in the Estimates
for this repair and maintenance.
As regards the point made by
the honourable senior member for
St. James about the changes of the
m honourable member
would remember that a message
from the Governor had been sent
to the Legislature in connection
with these changes. It was a re-
commendation in the Calver Re-
port to which the Governor-in-
Execiilive Committee had agreed.
lature was informed that
these changes would take place.
Mr. Adams added that the in-
clusion of the new titles was not
an intiMition to do anything on the
lly. NotsCfj of these changes hat
icon given to the Legislature, but
: i gtvej the honourable
member the .iMimimv ihat imme-
(tsf the passing of the
tha) I oiild deal with th(
change of the Civil Establishment
Order. As a matter i
could Ih- done almost -nmilta-
neously with ihe F.stimates.
On the suggeiMon of Mr. E. K
Walcott further i-onsuleratlon of
# on page 8
L*ST A MM Wll
LOST
SWEEPWTAKE TICKET ROOI
'> 4*> m. K moo- os v osso .t
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BB. OMO-W CC esBft-aa Fir Please return to R WhilUe. Chap-
Lane. I1M In
I T.C
Marchfleld. St Philip
CAMJEHA En*igu < tmrfl ,
bUek strap Lost In B-idseU"
Tvrnmg March 7th F; rewasd Hope-
.e Hotel J SO U
TICKETS BTC Rate Tickets Se.ie. ,
B taea if 2333 Finder pHase return
K Rogers. C o Coles Oarage lles.i
it9H easy
to keep Ihe
lavatory
clean !
i Shake some 'Htrpic' into
the bowl.
2 Leave overnight.
3 Then flush.
That's all. No brush is needed. 'HarpicV thorough action
cleans, disinfects and deodorises the whole panuhtri no
brush can reach.
HARPIC
THE SPECIAL LAVATORY CLEANSE"
In I'.iri:*.!.- Hny
LV PORT: Srh lajchnivar S Rch
Marlon Belle Wolfe. Son. Mary M
.fwts. Srh W L Eunicia. Scav Phy-
i Mark. Sch Amu 11 sen Uarrlenia
A Sch Mandalav 11
Cachalot. M V. Blue -Mar. **> lad*
Noelesn. Sch Molly N Jone-. Sch
I'n'le.! Pilgrim S. Sch E M Tennis
irtlna Mar. Sch. 7.IU Woniia sch
I ggUfdM
ARRIVAL**
*vi*nrr Cyril fl Smith. M tons nrt
c..vi Hi.trhlne. |rom British Guiana
Agent. Srnoone, Owners' A*aoci.uior
Bssssksjr. 1S.0M ton* net
Capt O L Firth, from Grenada.
Schooner Wundetfui Ccimcrllor.
s net. Capt Ale**naler from SI
iici*' Agents Srhootier Clamors A*-
nidetton.
Vhonner Adallna. 30 ton* ivc
I. from St Lucls: Agents- Srh.
owners' Association
Smart loc La Quatra; Agents
Costa a Co Ltd.
whnoner Philip rf Dnvldsor.. n toe*
rajs, Capi SoeJy. for Bnush Ouuena:
Agent* Srhoorsnr t>wnees' Aserx-lauoa.
\I v L>s*e-*rood. 04 tons net. Cap*.
Arehlbnid. for St I*s?ls. Ag)ent>- Sch.
tr-wnnr*' Assnclallon
vearuude. 4J0O inns nd. Ca.ot.
RaasassBn, for Antwerp; Aimis: Robert
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PACE EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Tin Rsn\y
MARTH,
W.I. Team Will See
Football Cup Final
Indft rrirkcl tc.im nrrivrc in
will have ample opportunity to
ml tnui d|ieiift on May (j.
Pn Mi mado for
the liids to see the English Foot-
boll Assodatiaa Cup Final, and
nil] be one or two warm-
ing-up games
The following M the Tram
Vf itinerary for the period
tval In England tin-
| of their ofrUi.
gramme:
APRIL
9ih SS. "Colflio*' arrive'
With Mr J. M.
the Team Manage
nd the pinyers from Barba-
I | d Tf i:
dnd. F. M. Worrell and A P.
rill Join ">e '
this date.
nth. B B "C .in't' an lee
Avoniwmih wiOl Jamaica
plaj i
14th Reception Writ IndlJ
Club (provisional dote)
la HiitWi Sportsmen*'* Chl'J
Luncheon CJo to Eastbourne
1926th. At. EaMimurne. The
Eautbcurne Corporation and
the Eastbourne Club have
very kindly offered to pro-
vide facilities to the
for practice and pfl I
names at Sail
27th.Return to London. Din-
ner Cricket Writers' Club.
29th Football Association Cu >
Final.
30th.Match VI West Indian
Students Union (provision; I -
dale)
jot h\rint \i I
Iiardslali
Injured
MAY GIVE UP CRICKET
Assembly Discuss Estirnau
t) From Pure 7

Heads 16. 17. 18 mm
m Industrial
Cur-
rmey ani Ecclesiastical.
passed without much discuss on.
When Head 20, Education
came up for discussion. man..
d school
it would be
thoafht
hat there W<
OUlta B number of
youngsters with cert::
rould take charge of the educa-
tion of such would-be pupils.
y- isss-i
When they were cons.derinR
'ntr*
with "2
-
than
Then,
vs
.embers expressed raelnmi Elementary School Sports Grants cr j1^ ci
on the previous year, he had In- ,, '^n* ^ah
and suggested possible
Education
40dOO Ssprws SstrftM
PALArfCF- DOES ITHarry Medhurst, Chelsea gialhaangi hester City attactc.
leans back to allow leaping Johnny Hart to pass, recovers, .mil is back in goal for the return shot.
Johnny Harris looks on approvingly.
Joe
Nottinghamshire pricket
.
t.i give up hii cricketing careo
'
i'n Km
land to-morrow

!
' Will i!i

Americans
Would Be
Soecer Tops
rfeuter
IN (;ki:at
DEMAND
LONDON
nd re
nd b

i
Phi
<
1

.. .
during their
have

nd n
HN.s.)
Ortiz Defeat*
JJatir On Point;;
larch 8.
-
< win. it

i
D. :' I,

. I

i
- Heuter
Bugcetted Royal Empi. i
Leagir.
Dominion Fellowship Trtr I
aidMatch vs Kders fc FyiT-i
Ltd. at New Maiden.
4uv Match vs Indian Gym-
khana at Osterle.
9th.Travel to WOree
| ., Worcester
The team ft I '', *' '
In London will be the Kings* ,
lotl New Oxford Btreet, w.t. .,
vhich will l>e the posUl address
of the team while wo low
The toil
ISO hee" registered:
- W I Cricket I-ondun
MD made tof States docs not play soccer .
.,-sed to be I '.ucklcy told a gathering
telegraphically to the of sports critics
KILL OR
BE KILLED
By LAWTO.V i \i:\ I i:
'lnternjlion.il IfCWS Ser\ i.
Sports fcdltor)
NEW YORK.
"Boxing la Dot
less tnan a spoil m
kill Of be killed
tc
.
Baseball
In Paris
LONDON.
If America took up soccer as a
national sport it would sweep ihe
rrst of the world into the back-
ground, is the opinion of Major
Frank Buckley, manager of Leeds
United Football Club, one of the
leading Northern Enfflah teams.
Asserting that it was a good
I thing for Britain that the United linger on tht obvious wronj; In
ports world today bj
warming up to hi
He is author of a book on Seli-
if the Americani adopted this
form of football the prophet*
would not not* be studying the
tea-leaves trying to find Use Wll
Combined XI
Defeat Navy
6-0 At Soccer
DESMOND JOHNSON (Spar-
: Algy Symmonds lEm-
ed the major role in the
643 defeat inflicted by a com-
irtan-Einpire team
wendell. stock; >W" at Kensington Oval
Mr. E. D. Mottle? (El pick*
out the three Item* Rel ef
ers. Practical Education and
Elementary School Sports Grant
aa items which were not
in their best form
He expressed the view that
all was not well with Relief
Teachers. When any qualified
teachers were taking lea-.
relief teachers employed
ceived lower pay than U.
permanent teachers.
No arrangements weaa
Aden teach* to go
-.broad for reasons other than
fUlfllmont of I ;. h.-larshin
Thev were given no remuneration
Such circumstances p,ave i
dissatisfaction as teachers wei
in truth and in fact meniiH
the Civil Service. Other section
of the Civil Service were gllom !
such facilities.
I! was all very well to talk
about Practical Education, but h*
hi Id then as he had held on all
i mns that first things should
be done first.
tot the past 20 years, than
had been a clamour for com-
pulsory education. Yet
scheme which made a more I
that direction was UMlUdV
the Estimates.
They had to bear in mind thai
3 per cent of the children o
;he colony were illiterate Thn:
iluatlon was in his opinion
nameful. He hoped the
arrangement would he made 0\
raee the unpleasant blot for he
icreed with the max;m thl
rhile the fraga was growing ttM
WOUld be slarvmi:
It might be argued by oov-
. nur.ent that they had made pro- newspaper!.
timated that the then $7; "h wen>
not enough. He. still felt that Vf *l ^
'.he increased amount 51-t i ., 'Hwahaj ggaaH
' ! that S **r
insufficient. It had to l>e n
hat the $144 h
divided imong 126 scho-,'
his view the sum *hM
Unlau a master WH to
' '-huslastlc as to l.i
pquipment with his own money.
poorly paid as he was. then he
thought it would be rather diffi-
cult to uphold any health-.-
of sports.
DifTlculty
Mr. O. T. Adder (I.I tackl-
the Item Kducatlonai A tpe
ind Material. He drew w
attention the dDiV id
me acquiring of book-: u.n
quoted an instance of I
thirty which had to
with onj book whil. i subject
was being taught He agreed
'hat there was difficulty In n
procuring of books, DVt Ml that
through the same medium i,n
the Seconda.y and I'i.'.iary
Schools got their laook nV
elementary scnool! could p.et
theirs. If nieh waa not rx-rn-
cdied, it would be all a waste
Of time when children trc :<>
school.
Surncient attention. Mr
felt, was not being paid ...
pairs to Elementary Scht->
knew of a school in St. John
which, when one was *
along its floor, that person had
be very careful lest he
Al
milk
m a*oad i***t
< the ciS'uffiil
w am, -
" 'TOBlg,
ih.,..,;. :*
I
f
I
pMicy'""
lt.|v
tSI
mark wn-. ,v i-nrtu""'l
sealer c|uan!iiiB ij"
There hni <*#. .
that the* f)evcC||
m accordan.p whlii7a
vision. Jtseaaad^ja
were taking too laji
^i^e aueh ai laS.1]
'cttfng nowhere. ^J
Mr. Walcott swd^
time was not far
m be very careful lest he pnmarv ami aZ,, .
break his foot. .He wondered would be dWkffHji
whether the Government Inspec- a (unior wh ^J
ed Government As the position Sj
recommendations ability found it daaal
their condition, eepied at thfsdxakl
.ng former all-round atnlctc
put hi-
defense iwnicn has nothing
do with boxing) !
war instrucUil ofBcer-t"
the use of a method for
ncr of the World Cup in Brazil hnnd combat found to
effective than Judo >r otni i
ytnliiu
Mendel. Id, WOigi
only no p .1
i like juii
what be is, a light In B
this rear, And if they did take it
eriouafy 1 would be on the plane
nmoiTow morning to help them
iiul incidentally to matefa Diy Itl
PARU -iaJnat their coaches
oya scored three
1 for their team. John-
I Imddc naht and
Symmonds at centre forward.
rned out in good
u .itch the match and
leered the efforts" of the

Empire showed better
i They
I ind mot at the goal
:'.
lues at the noa! but they were all
H ms the local
vision to give them edu.ntn
ifter they were grown up. Al!
had to admit that it was a matter
if the greatest difficulty
Of a certain age to agree expenditure as a w.
the Government Inspec
tor who visited
buildings made
with regards to their condition, eepied at th. Khonl
He had been rather perturbed b,. directed in m* .
when he read a notice in the boys would be ptonma
hurt while ago senior school after am
which called for contractors to which marked the tag?
fupply the Education Depart- Mr. J. E. T. Bnatttt *'
mint with KU tons of powdercu to item 38. NutrttioafaS
"Ik. He looked upon such an ary School childtm J
to adult education.
He was hoping that in tt*
near future steps would be
to have a sch'eme for com-
pulsory education.
He anticipated that an answ.
would be the lack of teochet
and schools. But he urged th;.
ataee the amount of ehudre
t whom compulsory edi -
cation would be enforced v.a
nlv 13 per cent, he woule
were shot before geM thai they should
that he
kick ii invcw nini uanaiy. u n whip an) heavywetght
. | c "< ajhai eakg OT flghter, includii
B.B.C I'rt.^raiiiiii.


...... m u m
I



KucvM phin

i'. a 30

Mai BtaaHa. II a m Tht


dutM and
'.
caw, win compote In Pai
The game, long an
monopoly
rope In the wnke of the wartime
1 .
in Buro-

An Amerii in playei 11
playing
.
gjoodt but they donl pi
.. .ins The
i outhi In
"Hut the i better than
llsh." he added Thi I
cant get rid of then cricket
Official! of the rronco-Ameri-
I i ague have baft H
nitration garni
year in the French province
i enthusiasts ire tVOfl
i . drumming up Intel i
..ii for the nei
Games.
IN-
St'iiii-I inul Chishis
W illM.raiiil National
LONDON, March H.
i Lbal \ lotion i up
ieml*Hnal batwaai Liverpool and
Ever ton will take place as arrangcu
al Man
Condrndng this to-day, an t A
m 'i lasd tnal the] had ra-
TophajM Linn
manager of the Ltvrpool race*
I Urging that the tic ,
on March 18 in oruet
,.i Aintree, Liverpool.
< I th.,- |ha (-rand N-
tiOOal was taking place 0hM
ovartooked amen the dates and
aid the
v a osssxaJ -we atwao
butting with
thei big sportiiik cveiil.- but in
this instance It is not DO
altei ihe date "Rruler.
down and cries.
The Americans would make the
players kick thousands uf penally
shots day in and day outand in
play they would never miss."
He pointed out that a classic ex-
ample of the complete sportsman-
specialist Is an American basket-
ball player who made himeelf lute lha[ i tnff offer he
I foul shot king. mal''
"In a demonstration,'' he said, torn thj
'this fellow made 4(13 successful Men.'
ncnaltv shots And yet we still Joe Louii altnougr
ftDd OUJ profeaaVonal footballer! prove considerably tough
missing them in Important con*
,
The Major's declarati.

British cluhs. ll.N.a I
around offering St.* WK
to anybody who can
him.
Quickly
"I rould bring him under stH>

Mil if ho la on* th
half time, and three after resump-
tion.
At beginning of play, the Navy
I. took the
touch off.
'he homesters got
a ball fine combination
saw ii into the visitors' goal
area. A shot was taken but goalie
Mizzen velL
The First Goal
bin three mlnutee, the Com-
'. Spartan-Empire team notch-
ed up cme Drayton playing at
hurches to house the children
Churches were all near to I1*-
s hools and as in the case of S
Itarnabas church wh'ch th'-i
money
that could be diverted to bettei

Purer milk and fresi*
could be obtaincrl loaally and
that would be more beneficial to
the island.
Country Centres
Mr. Mapp (LI touched UOOQ
the lopie. House CfaJ
and oxprvKsetl the view thai it ii.rr he could n0( r>,|
chtrae which gave much ,,1.,1-ms-.f honouti* J^
oy way of adult educaln -h.ti. The ComnutWlbsaL
especially in the training of ed progress and iHMsataat
voung women. He suggeste the opinion that .(chi*t
given hot meab, waa)
would be ever so nwh an
Two SaJfl
Mr. Rryaa ID itiaBh.
my boy whoatteMMicag)
larly should be intntwd
clothes a year.
Mr. G. H. Aasas Hi #
iew of Ih* t'.r.mi


WuK-r I'olo
Navj Defaated -<>
Waier Polo team from the rl.Mjft
Glasiiow H i
ii at the Am.. '
.. afternoon.
thi h MS Glasgow iil oppoat
oik anod i
Mi Arch i ho [at)
referee*! the mat) h
iv itch commence! at 9 pm.
^i^ren passed ^atl^"sym^ ^ ^nsbury; Gordon. Bulloc-k.
I forward who WU -d,. Bowes. Wel-
tba goalie out and scored Imga, Lawes,
easily. vurtun-fcmpire: Harris. tio-
Ano'ther forward movement by bong. Grant. Ailevnc. Cadognn,,
the homesters gave them their Ishmacl. Chase. Johnson. Sym-
Johnaon al inside tnondvt Drayton. Harper.
light placing one into the left Referee*! Mr Paul Winrin.
Of the nets.
i by Miisen in goat
Stanlee
"But the n I
II

1 | ...
, i
is ltkcK : rented Spartan-Emu
d goal This was when
i..
in he is lucky I i up
hurl u-Kmpire's lioalie, Harris.
irtl) after called on to make
champions, bul hot nllar save a hen Bowes, the
Lavem Roach, who <*"" s centre forward beat hi-
through the homesters' back
en)]



The Weathrr
mi Kisrt h in .. in
sun SeU: till p.m
Muuii (Last Quarter! Mi.
ie.
Lighting: g.3 p.m.
Illcli Water: 1M am R ."'
p.m.
run id \
RainUII ((diin|lonl 04 In*
remporahue iN*.) 83.0 "t
Teawerauwe (Mini lo.s !
*\ nut IMrectlun 19 a.m. I I
(3 pm ) E b> N
IbMl Velocity: U mile* per
haur.
lUrmeter: (9 a.m.) 30.03.%
i.l pin I 29 Ut

hOUtd do with these kn
lolly the
:i taught to kH
'
and made a good try .it shooting
Ok ihe score
to three lovi tudi time.
Johnson at insute right again shot
team.
an the left wing brought
the ball down and without any
challenge, passed to Symmonds at
i making bow tooti a shot
book about'
them
wrote
what he calls the

|| ,.dv i |'i>
the war he went from
one training i
instruction Offk
at the goal Goalie afliaan got tu
mi it but the boll rebounded to John-
0 time to shoot.
Half time found the score at
threelove in the homesters"
Tavour.
HUm
About one minute alter resump-
aken to 4--0
Prom a melee about midflelu.
They'll Do It Every Time
^
L-y
y
his slight acquaintance
op years before
gets your name opc the outer poor-
H-E-K-K-l-M-E-RHERK-
hERKiMER--THAT'S IT--
WELL-WHAOCAyA KNOW?!
AliVAVS TH0U6HT H.S NAME
^"vlffi WAS HERMAN-OH,WELL-
J.\\ 6oESS NE'S SOOO FOR
A FIVE-BUCK.
^TOUCH
HERKIMCg
,' JOHiS
Unaumt
r AT LAW
Freezes in, mitts you Dizzy-
while you SiT wondering,
sosm! who is he?
mm* By Jimmy
Hado
hfrkiE! wwyvtxJ OL'
HOSS THIEF.'HOW ARE
I YOU? HOWS MRS. HERKIE ?
HOWS LITTLE HERKIE?, '
HOWS THE--- SV
mm in hli partlcului ol hul.l "f Ihe bi.ll
ind look on thp tout men In ....Ii ''< low I., the nitht ol ihe goalie.
i tin or [Mixer. Johnson, who was playing well
.ill the while, notched up the llftt
Mo nisi '. 't whtcn goal for hii* team, making his in-
t.kes the toll boxing attribution three. Fro
rauni Uvtl eilhei oul'iiithl I Um iikIii wing, he n
l.irough the scrambling ived well and in a (lowing move-
i.orthwhile ment toe-punched hard through
. ,- Ihe goalie's delencc.
Wt'.'i Ihi he almost
KM) ii|Hin inflicting punighmi ut the ball struck thi
tUTM I'll upright and rebounded inli
puty,
into thai ring muiit upon knock- S'mmonds then drew l*ve
ing a man uncoi -Ii Johnson when he shot the
enl him (loin doing il
at nil
i team, making
fl II 0 A line bit of ho.it-
Ihrough the Glasgow'! backs
i ". I 'mi. m liunt of the ban and
Get the goodness of BEEF
in a cup of
BOVRIL
^
Maki j uneMa cup of hot BottU hen you reel dred or depratauL
You'U feel better as toon aa you're enjoyed hi comforting, cheating
warmth. It sharpens your appetite help* you to eat well and keep
wall. BotTil pun beef solo you. Drink il dairy.
Remember BOVRIL improves all dishes
nd makes excellent sandwiches, too I


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