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I If.HT Spartan Defeat Rovers 2—Nil In a game packed with thrills frum beginning to end Spartan defeated Pickwick-Rovers 2—0 at Kensington Ova day afternoon. uprad by thi for w ard Jolin Evelyn. i '..:i H/M hi i, hi and the pilch was Jinn wl rotted out on the field A shout wa< heard when W:lkes BARBADOS ADVOCATE .FRIDAY, MARCH ^ th*> Plckwleh-Rovtn centre forward walked out to the Held after bis learn before the match wa* started. IlcKwlck-Rovers defending from the pavilion end started to press th# Spartan goal but were resTfr Medford and Reece. About 20 minute* after play began Evelyn tOOk a low shot Itsllng ccal-kecp. r Hill who itoppci (he ball luiiiidenlly. Gibbon* plavinj* .il Ml win* was BO lo cut in and score was foiled b) %  vwlyn again Irind to MM agaiii \ FCU1 mi "I thl I position to slop (he ball. Chase too on the nunl wn.. pinned down by the Pi' I '-*t movinn winiehalf When referee Coppin 1,1' Half time both learns h;..< to score. In the second half Spartan changed their tactic* and 00O* long passes. About 15 minutes after play in the seconi hklf Evelyn the Spartan's cent! forward opened tin* • in inn i, placing the ball into the righ' hand corner of the M I Hill no chance to save. After In*' Spartan Nil I with tin* scorinn spinl il second goal came when Chase outrunning Wi'lls took llMX the goal am: ... niaci r.o %  Uattki HI hogding tinhall om of tiu roaches -. the at run a; aV Pxovti b an AUdn > tl part ot Mai play in tin half was witnetued in the Pickwick-Rovers goal area. Pickwick-Rover* ii n*d in ii' but tin Sparta 11 ware always on the boot to clear was unchanged. Spartan two goals Pickwick-Rovers nil The PaftTM KM Hi O. I : and UM linesmen Messrs. P WUkln and I hyer. Tinteams were:— Spartan: Harris Recce, Me*, furl CJIttens, Haynes. Cadogun, Glbi t, Evelyn, Johnson and Chase. nekuiekRoven: Hill, Proverbs. Atkinson. Hunte. Foster, Mayers. Well*. CronOJ Wills*, and Robinson. Layne Victor Ludorum At Foundation B. Law. ,n,pion o. I>ivision 2 waVictor Ludorum o Foundation Athletic meat yaatau la i H. brought off a first In 1 imp. nigh jump. 100 yards ana in second in the I %  rittl 111 point" A I % %  ami VutM i %  present boys. Thi prim won •rate of District A The Roi Tim H Ewitltt cuticludcd brtori ThV-i- TOfafM Hall I %  -i :... %  B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMME is %  the Opri i'all. (!> %  BramoM I'aiad* 5 SO %  v From "w Third Prot'ai>me i 50 N>w Krcord*. S.4S n. \niii'd 13 pin Thf SeSM t 15 i %  i Muie. ts %  HEAR... MAKING a hurst of speed in a close finish at Combermere yesterday. K A. Barrow wins th< 440 yards flat. Also winner or the h.ilf mile. Barrow showed himself StMltj on the I iKtil Hall 1 l. I i,i i.,. and aWtfiMtai i* i n-tiitm (Ci ... Iu~.p .1 I... I la n i in i.r a . i „.l lmm W -I i-. II 14 (I 3 in 1* <>' ii. Dt. litd fi ICJ, uid L*J>M lAi • %  lump II ISM lb n 10 in Ut Ui il la*. I) %  %  ..,. %  ird Pllajlm FC llilb loiop ( |aat i ri n it, i* WHMI.. iCi, and Bwi n am s-^>pard i*i lllth lump i ISM i.n...u. .* %  u-i Conlllh (Di lllih lump II HUM 4 n io>. in in l% %  *hlrj B>. *d 1.. %  %  ik lama I 3 (1 %  In lal llljp.,:. ICI and MoA M U I^ytw IBI M Vaid> IM R CLnti (C. Snd Thwp.i rd II.'-. C' MJ y.<4, I I,.. |: i n and wn 1" —•tat—a n. • orti H TlMMIIMB mild U*IK — : i ga id *w RaUf 1.1' >llir( ll> <>.). I UM II %  iD*. 2nd Wall •• .1 ! %  Swedes Top Wrestling STOCKHOLM, March 23 Hwaa l aii, with \b | Nl inU. headetl btUng I'.ui world AmMtmu woco-1 wrastling championship*. whU < ended hen toiiijjlii Turtn 1 Hungary Ihii Fi| Iwodgni 4 n laaan i EoaH) . %  %  %  I %  TahimtW urkt) i %  I %  %  FIVE RECORDS TOPPLE AT COMBERMERE ncru broken yegterda) %  UM Conbermer 1 School in Ihe Sports Finals. H. H Bn Ludonim bi'in^ winner of Ihe 100 yd lump. Set K. which gainad itlQ pimis cnrneii iifl th( tic Shield. At the end of the events, the Headmaster addrei itherin^ and then intnxluced Mrs. Tudor The r i e a Cupt. Jordan Seores <>> Tiiy. loasowiag .ire the Kiht %  : tub. c K u Kii MO %  KvnniHly. -•*Hc-urd' + vd.. in i %  %  %  -VhitWixi it fda, in> %  • Tin.* '...... M., ili Scl A. it" Sw\ C. •r..l.t fcrlay i. Vi II: i I** Vd>. lilt. (. %  l<* **•. It. i %  riark.. C Tir.i# )0 M >,,. • 1.1. U|.. hist, A Wnntaksj c Ttrn. i> 4.5 i S •, 01.. t ID OatajUTM. K J Marth.il, V T,... SB g' i UM %  %  aiv i *i> Fiuiut. R <2i Niaaa, df.. W ^L,l K.i. %  K l.fi Frirndly Footbull \--lll i.lll.MI TODAYS Fix-Tint vs. WestermTS al Si Leonard's. Referee Mr N. Holdtr M.P.S. Jordaa a Ml K S. YMI wood 98 ••: A. Tuckw „ r Davli i s Twnpro | .. M Q. Tucker H .1 K QrimUl 96 \ 1. Id,l,iil 90 MM will be a practice %  )l the %  Mnr.:i IMh, Mt, A BRUSH FOR EVERY PURPOSE... I .WMKSII.AIK BRUSHES ,„. ilk SI.H4 snd S2.8K. LADIES HAIR BRUSHES (|. and S2.10. r.EVTS HAIR BRL-SHI S— si.ill and $2.46. GENTS' PLASTIC HAIR ui:i NAIL BRUSHES (in all slyl„).92: M: $1,711: and .63 HATH BRUSHES—S1.6S. 1IIXT HHUS1IES-S1.0S: $|. os CLOlll BRUSHES—Sl.TI SHOE BRUSHES-lii... :,, POLISH KITS (cuiiphi, v „ SHAVING BRUSH -li.ll; M.Uli .„. -I..", .„„| •*tt.HaJ *Mdewi,iJ •: U|| .!t. IJ CAVE SHEPHERD L CO., ii w. ii. u a n BmiM) man I I l\OIH M VHPITS Sizes: 9 fr. by 7V 2 ft and 10y 3 ft by | ft AU-5 5anf:aqo Defeats Bailey UymM^OOL. Murch 23 Luis De Santiago, Spanish Peatharwaighl Champion and <,thcial contendei for Ray Fame%  ; i Til a, Allan Cooke of England on points ToOTlD UvnrpOO] Off -lubt rounds in a hglil heavyweight contest at Liverpool' .t Liverpool Stadium to-night. Stadium tonight -Renter. —Jteuter. JAMAICAN WINS JVatRPOOL, lUreh 23. Bill Jackson of Jamaica beat KOBLKKT II. PIQISON %  nd Rellfloui Author THI; ATOM 111 I Mil AM) AAMAOKDDON A Lei i m| i) nv thg light of lliltl. 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|K H,\. MAKCH -M. l:,li { ) IERI(A HAS DISARM 'BEYOMD SAFETY POINT —EISENHOWER BARBADOS ADVOCATE F&Ct. TiliUE peasants Are Dissatisfied istive to %  aid (or th -194(< m IBIH •... f ., V. (ratvlord (C I ^ t< Assembly % %  '< maui%  tbstii dit, %  WMcan. BMlM in,." ayallaLI.(„ •„,.! value of ; Moot ,„ klv .,. ££ %  : 2m, proprielor* and small E generally w:m %  i i :.' %  UMII ii I Bin olasx-.olherp.od.ic,„,,. „ 5". an l .! !r,;'i" ,, .f.'^: -""> ;AK (SU dim n" ••>'!••*> a> of P4i' laiti"" etToU.S. •ess Move WAS!IIN*.TO.\. Han uncial:; of four major Unitt. nn organisations today opposed a Congression.i Mibstitute fann turpluai tn the European Racovarj Pf cramme. In a joint letter Jumps Prom "VV liispering Gallery" i • | %  %  .•ould be necessary m Dr. Sheph"" *U1 Ike Go^rnmrnt ,„.. % %  iiaW, lo !" plene,n J-nendano,, ., >" yeslerd.y bouI Vtaa aoawer to QuttUor. fhe fat the negative, will the I %  5 plea* „..e ,h, n Congress, they said tin wuuld 1' ; Russian claim thai America is • Bcononat co-operatio-i (rattan for the purpose ol lumping its farm surpluses" The House ol RepresentativeiTairCommlltee had cut M ,000.000.00b (loin lie s2,950.ooo.ooo raquMtad lent amount ol products. The Hill Is due for despent the nigh 1 %  %  %  %  continued i akw lasl UN. Tells Britain Abolish Whipping Ta. n nSRpy^ Marcn 2a :aVr^ nsTr ''"'' aaaaai the ralllnaji %  'MMMII n \i Benni They "'"^ ii i('*m i JoI to-day reecimmended that !" i should abolish whipping JLy In th. %  "now Appi, jA *J* rtn '' '>i Assembly on BritTOr/du.mi: l48, the i ^ "P wiwide.1 Britain I %  ma ^ In U %  %  "fji i ,n,.,i. iU tapi August, when a JS-year-oL i Damaged 1^ Fire %  imaged a %  -' Acquitted On fascist Charge LONDON. M Two men alleged to %  l nminal Coun %  i i cinania, when the Pal< 'Sword in The Di The tilm. which ihoa throwing .. 11 %  taken off atti oar at the Clapping from the back, the >i guilty 1 old John Cook I'lle that both had the Union : Moaeley. %  %  K'.iin .ban %  %  %  %  to fruit •de QOUUW %  %  %  station were leaning but The full force ol Ihi MurrumhM %  %  ing to potici will he 7 %  .ii,> parti %  Rente. BrlpiiiiiV Priv\ Council Met'! •a i' Lin |j., i • .i, gainst Leopold'i retui n i inly, 4.ooo %  %  J "Stnp l.eo|Mild Mi.im; In l.ieg.Andre Ratnari aeral of the ominatOd Fl deration. eclared at a "stop-Leopold' Meeting. "Let Helgmm'i; umt> Deriav so that Walloma may live It is poaaible thni : %  i ome tace to tace nth troops and Walloon I %  en %  hall hold At It is tor WHIIOM I at stake, that we are "in this nani 'noughoui Wui: %  nhtmg force I'mil Seg-. i Catholic M tnmunKatiOM m the C.ietakt, i i l all %  to iraingin danM I l Igh, to displa-e the : esponubility of the solution i [Ian crisis" thh responsommuniquo said, lies Ing ; meeting of tt. catholic executive, M Auguate rrner chairman o( -artime Cabinet and, "The meeting Q| |ba I Stale this afternoon %  aato draaaed deall with aceord( Renter < Londfiii Gets Toueli Of Pageantr; i >i Bo* bandrlo, LI %  %  %  ii .oassadors to the Until now. motO ased. Ti . 00 went tr %  i landau rarr.. the Ambassad. %  — i }:< ifheson Studies I.& .-lid For Asia WA8HIN0T0I1 %  leieen on i Affain bagan an i meuures foi Bon Mr Acheaon called li sador at large Philip C Jessup land the Assistant Secretary of state, Mr. w. Walton Butterworth to report :heir findings on recent :ripft. neans of bolstering the new frl D %  %  C"mmunHt preeatl the most urgent matter ReuUrr /.7 Policemen Injuvod ROANW %  % %  1.500 peoplr t %  ing taken fi tral France. rtones a; APPEAL FOR ECONOMIC UNION OF VV. EUROPE STRASDOUHO Mar, h 23 An urgent nppeal for lini.m of Western EKI I to-day to th, itea f the Euiore Assembly he, %  ation from U lira I "ininm.%  I • Boaaar. Sei Free To Die DETROIT. Mich.. Ma, an -ild woman laon to-day to joki he ad die. She Is Mrs. Min lasl It yi passion slaying of tier husbanc ATOMISED" TR£F> all irees can be "atomised" to Dr. I. R. Thiesmeyei. Of the Pulp and Paper Reseat* I. Institute, who formerly j in atomic research %  legate., to a COn%  bniques could i* put .*o good use ration, nutrition anrl .timulatio.'. trowth me thai migir i. the applicatKi. of radio active-material would pay the entire bill for %  %  —Reutcr. BETTER FACILITIES FOR DUTCH COWS THE HAGUE, Match •& fHEDUTi ORmi rww lfRul:l on Dutch cattle boata, folkrwini it of 847 cows died on the any today , ln r,1( 'be referring tn 847 Frisian V-aoour meml...rth abot, Oil We-ll EngulrecTBy Fire Fire today engulfed t>etro.eiiin rompaf\ here. Tin %  miles aw;. derrick, and Injured thi Company offlcia. started from a spark at head Experts were rusruns '' the scone. —I .hambei. •Me'' and %  -bout 15,000.000 .npped to Peru on the il2.600 ton Dutch ship "Eendracht" Food. Mr ddle of December last The cattle belonged to 'he "Banca Agneola" of Pern, and total Of .1.000 heaO na rtwi m Utlvcs to Fneilano tpCM .. I cattle bread TI %  arned tnat 150 of the animals had deed igeaw of Sons of Rotler%  Ing, when asked ..** could been the length of the tad l>ecn shorter The H anderstood —(Renter.) Menzies Acts Pakistan Asked To Relieve Hindu Refugees • iium page i laws, nice i ivid-i %  . northern ...l Uaeca, threat*. a -jay. induMi> plaining to nave Tramwaymen in Victoria ha.' : > "hooliReater. Si %  %  rolhng ch harvc %  %  : aid that Communl teveloped %  i %  here • as rntolei i ommuni>t %  uig-leaoers In U* %  ed up, %  GENERAL BRADLEY FOR THE HAGUE Reater. %  enemli Mil' a >cop1c VI i %  it onl) nemies I n %  of lockout %  .tniK tl;< %  %  %  %  %  %  Ranter. "Sorry I can' V^'T / Don't let s t\~i' happen to you Don'f bo sorry — go safe us-'nq Amclln. • Oao ->• I • DM.\mohn DON'T NECLEC1 LifTiE W/?..J TMI THING TO Utl 15 UNGUENTlNli No kH-> %  H^P do -'•al •oo'n-'q • IIUM MM .. • nOHl isricliON ••IO-OH MIAlINttiiiiiuoinvi' nltfa Talks In CsMdierra %  i lacusetni %  i %  vould le Conunonwi ronfarenci Keuier EHJOYTHB VITAL aow OFHSALTH DR MORSES 18% PILLS HIIPFEFTO %  tvtra inusno rtMCin | FOHOWIh | I G^i BEWARE OF WORMS! i I I LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE INSTAI. "LISTER" ALTERNATOR SETS I. It K.. I.II -II in %  Mil I.'. ITOM 3 K.W. .1 K.W. I" Ml. 16 K.W. a K-w. All rcmiilrlr M Itli ~ VolUac Kraul I A P li I • lilt; It \HH\IHtS HH VH1 LUI. WILLIAM FOi.ARTY LID. INC. IN B.C. LADIES! WE HAVI IU8T Kl i l n I li %  Af> IN "III UXOUB MTAB1 NYLON NIGHT DKtSStS 'In Won NVION PANTIES TAILORED SLA(KS AND LADIES' LINEN DRFSSFS % 



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I'W.I KICK BARBADOS ADVOCATE RWi)u>#AW(MTE longed In The Golden Pagoda OIH HI Xltllis SAY f i •-•a.. M. Broad St.. Brtdavtowt Fridn>. March 24, 1950 O||orfiiiiil> %  vment %  [nor Induiti %  chance must be taken. The offer is being made. Mr. Ronald Tree, whose name is known throughout financial circles in the United Kingdom and thn United States, is so imnd by tin' high quality <-f craftsmanship in Barbados, that he is sponsoring an attempt to sell Barbadian and Dominican products in the United SI Elsewhere in this issue the details of the proposed scheme are outlined l>\ M: and it is for Barbadians U< decide whether the opportunity provided is to be taken. Mr. Tree's initiative and the enthusiasm shnwn by local merchants deserve sin and the craftsmen of Barbados er, tint is wise It by Mi ..; An;, rica time sin()|. unless .; ow ii chai %  11 Will MV : %  k< ii to er< be failui i nis Jatest 1 8 my visit •1 I um jus: ppad out — bare%  the shario ng, covered Ims, sunlit, %  :id gold courtyard. • i, Idba, kne'i in old He was a peasant judge by his IIS Hrflon lliloi.r 3 Expelled from iis civil %  %  all but a handful of the '. Burmese and Indian official %  I ved in the highly efl BurmPse civil service und. : British (and thus reduced tht ministration to .in incredibK i of incompetence and corruption).I 4 Refused to join in SO] of defence pact against beauty of the Pagodi. Bui. like Mr. Bevin. I had j cash "witho..* I had attached no conditions as to how it was to be used, stipulated tm I %  be renderm n >" penetration of Asia ed in return 5 Directed its main military The only difference between us " * fighting the am. TrorrTn'n'e "of 'the ls <* mj !" ni*t !" d pro-Br.Ush Rare., own rupees, Mr. Bevin is offerini *'b. while leaving the Conv mm .e Hu'rmese-cSoveV-n-menmunist bands unscathed. Above' htm, sheer and im"."O.OOO of your money and my 6 In .ts newspapers constant! money. lower of the i abused Ihe British and AmericanThe £3.750.000 is Ihe United imperialist oppressors while mo i ,h ,,! u d 4 Sn Kingdom taxpayers' contribution "luting Soviet Russia and Coml bluesE %  %  "•' M.000 090 Commonwealth munist Chin, as champions ol the The old man on his rnM l,,l l l'"> which Mr. Bevin at Ihe democratic anti-imperialist moveJllt iombo conference persuaded the "tent of national!,.. i„ g m .... D .minions lo join him in offering l'ln-ir I'rllSl carnations, a roi Iliirma. TI | E arKunu n In favour of tht God. Hebegannxhantmahiiji"" %  ' %  ,' S,""" 0 c n T loan Is that by saving the iiurmcs. For Burma's Soclalist-led Govenlmen| } rom Xtm Government have:— p„ Uy b devastation, bui 1 R*di.tod an community of m „ n J £ ^ aisdracr and iu • with the Commonwealth: own ] a J^ t M 0is.i|>|i iNDI.,.' . / • \\T BURMA We shall earn the gratitude o the Burmese leaders, turn present suspicion into friendlv trust. They will follow our adv.> in no time at all the country wil once more have the prosperit> which it had under the E and which its rich resources deserves. From what 1 have seen an heard here during my stay ii Rangoon. I am convinced tha this view || ialse. Tha B have no sense of gratitude for the loan. They ihink it is due U their cleverness in playing oft* thi against tne Russia:: Chinese. But above all the situation hen reminds me too much of thai which I found in Chiang Kai-shek China ha fa i lutumn of 1948 Just as An Ulloni of dollars to China, so I has been putting millions of pounds from public and privah funds into Burma. One oil company alone has spent £9.000,OOT in rehabilitation. As In China, most of the money has been sucked into the of Asiatic incompetence and corruption. Ifcai-k To Auurrhv BURMA K It. th. THE Karen guerrilla* were anarchy which reigned before the driven recently out of lown and British came in a hundred years villages near Toungoo on Ihe rood ago As in China, too, the burden in M-indalay. The Burma of the Government's lncompi Government, eoekahoop. forgot and corruption and bandit uptlul It is the nature of xuerrtllOA piession fall tMavMNtt on the In evoeuatr HO thai they may later j %  < %  I l.ill upon ihe extended lines of Burma's Socialist Government .ommunicatioti of their advancing Banal on handling all i ice -. BSBMaj ... It depends for its revenue on the The Government, say* Delmer. vast margin between the pine II haa urillirr Ihe troops nor the pays the growers and millers and administration lo hold the road the price it gets for the rice from !•• RfaBdalay should ll succeed in the Britain Mm.sirs .| ton,! apanhuj it up. London Express H ar v I Truths, At) il Lord Buddha, I and all those I .liage who bava ssnt i 11 Thaa: bring i-rder and %  of law to vx.\ And tin Lnterruptod the old I looked I filled with a gloomy young man was wielding a gong 1 the gong Sgall i ntly Three times, more I I %  friend, "You %  something in his money box." I IIM ^MM'N Vinu OBEDU %  in the bo*, suitigh got up 111 %  % %  mng dragon. A rupi i enough. The riQflfnj young man did not utter a word, but loudly clanged the gong again until 1 parted up with SOtlM mON I I r %  %  %  I bad no iiMi Bevin i .imbed to : had be* %  up. en further, Ha,i I bought .i %  ll N nil tht %  should havf bad of knowing thai mj h i Inim \\ oi-il% lo l*illo^s the IH I.IT V* .III* sterling area despite Uv %  the dollar Sad. but u mad* Keith Vakott to I workmanahlp—once notorii i far Higr I %  %  Iten by recent be U.K Mi Keith and i think Hi Crawford turnoUee, long delays In ship] ii attitude ol when all, or nearly all, ci %  warda that offobtained u half the tuna Board, i"^ 1 1 i" 1 "' from tl i %  %  I some 50.000 bers. and the general public an i IK turen becoming more and more iVeetl i "ant with this high-hand. tude K %  | ... when Mi F Walcotl i Attorm round and nD lut Bridgeto i Inaplres confldeiic. would i 1 know one or tu ol thin red on the ft ...%  wordi I it not in.'ml" tiade with > now put howmuch better it w< 1 only fro-" %  %  that just what quipped %  M ith I i of making but just what K %  to follow %  did not %  I i never, and ruptcy, she will pull us down with %  WHAT'S ON TODAY Court of (.rand BeaaaaaM at 10.00 | 111 Athletic Bperta HarrLson l al re ai i.3 P.m. Miilnli Cinema, Ashbury Plants lien v ard St. G M % %  .U ~.Zl) p.m. Feetball ai yuee i' I'ark al V0O p in I'oli.e Hand al n.isi,. ., laeka at ou p.m. ."'. about colour of Said Mr Ken'. A sentiment. Two Pillow ^ The matter of the police col-.. %  ... %  $1,000, was brought up i %  %  police ihi> year two pillows in placi of one To im not sure h Cummlna meant two pillows, trtu pillow caasa, or both %  *18 04. H I tailed t<> this figure was arrived at due to '. from the streets rand* explanation quite Inaudl RESPONSIBILITY The administrative ser\-ice. in view of its unip ecl auaad character, clearly does not lend itself 'o the appointment of an adviser, and the responsibility for acquiring such information as will enable the Commission to assess the merits of Ites for promotion should, in our view, fall m the main on the establishment members of the Commission, whose appointment we recomended earlier. That responsibility should extend lo those -ei vices -forests, police, postal, and prisons — in which, owing to the small number of scheduled posts, promotions will be of infrequent occurrence. It would be of great help to the establishment member of the Commission if the Heads of these departments, and indeed of ail departments that tunned, were to hold periodic meetings for the discussion of their respective problems, which he could attend for the purpose of glewning information on questions of personnel. In so far is the legal :>nd Judli ITS concerned, it would be for the Commission to seek the advice Of the Governors. Chief Justices, and Attorneys. General of the several colonial FUNCTIONS We puss now to the function., of the Public Ser1 vice Commission^ In so far as the unified services are concerned, we have nothing to add to what I ol State haa to say in his draft' and what we have already .said In the | preceding paragraphs, beyond calling attention lo : paragi aphi 139 and MO { on the preparation .if •enemca "f training. But I toe it. the tau of the Commission need not. and indeed .should not, IH* coniined to the •Xerdae of those function We have mentioned! earlier the possibility of the establishment of a | ment and of certain aarvicss being placed on a federal basis if and when that occurs, i i .. i w ill arise, such men! of ofBcei i man the new regional department, the qualifleationa for future I to it. and promotion! within r. inch call for wide experience in eatabllahn ind (or im expert knowledge of educational slaini.u u... ,nd clearlv canom in' left to the sole arbftranunt of the Head of the rederallzed departmeni Even In the maiter of Internal promotions, something more la required than the advice of the Head of the department. Promoti": ,, (ram even point of view—from the point of view of the Heed himself, on whom it places too heavy a burden ofj responsibility, from the point of view of the general public, who ha U) expect that advancement in the service Which, SS taxpayers, they finance goes to those mosl daeerving % %  ( %  ment, and from the point of view of the civil servants Own %  future should not be dependent Ml < %  individual. ADVISING at, in the ca i federalized service, the Public Service Commission should be charged with the respowdblllty of advising the eminent on 'hieatablishmenl of the Departmeni and the means of dovetailini existing personnel Into it. on Ihe qualifications reoulred of new entrant* to the one within the Department There is no need to emphasise the fnct that the Head ol the IN i ...e concerned not only with for 'he trail Lit also. indlrectl] who srs In the held of pro" %  %  ,• that the unipromotion, ti;' %  ciency will depend on the calibre of the i .-ill depend In %  training which the officers Hen II, the Commit%  only add that if all Uie Of the in be manned bv people of local icstion of training offtcei^ With thi Of the %  fTo be roiitiHuedl KITCHEN NEEDS se/ecf from this wide range WOOD AND COAL STOVES—Nos, 6 7 .„, OIL STOVES COM Srvr. PRESStTRE COOKERS L "^ DOUBLE BOILERS urai num NEGIIO POTS—2, 3, and 4 gallon DANISH POTS—I, 2. and 3 gallon FRY PANS—11" and 12" and FRENCH FRlrns COFFEE MILLS—Nos. 2 and 3 KS MEAT MINCERS—Nos. I, 2, and 3 TINNED AND ALUMINUM KITCHEN WABr BOX IRONS ETcT ETC %  R i WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD, Sutcwn, C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD, 'Phones : 4672, 4487 EXJOY THESE DdicuMit, IcMe IteaU. Danish TlniMd HAMS | lojo e^,, •• %  •• %  •• l'i kilos „ COC'KTAIL C'HKltHIKS Cmm'd,. MrathJ" b '' Flavour 7 oz hot, COCKTAIL CHERRIES Marasch.no Flavour 7 oi boli COCKTAIL CHERRIES Maraschino Flavour14 OJ. bols. BAUTHORPrS MEAT ROLL TOMATO PUREE CHASE & SANBOHNE'S COPFU RED KIDNEY HEANS WHBATICS DAI.TON'S CEREAL FLAKES per un 1 II Ih 1 VUSTANSFELD. SCOTT & CO.. LTD. BUY YOUR EASTER "WILSON" NOW FROM DA COSTA & CO., LTD. I.K. tousiiim%  • |>m Si'iiii To ISn< Hi At W.I** E*peiic %  rate of I ;; Bar1) %  eeEpucitlj tralian Conunoi I Iho who arc coitrlded not do ar hand, the islands .iifTcrem t \ K I freight %  %  %  %  %  %  Comdiliona In England . %  V? F^iL,d I *i d i!'r.'t "•* a^snnad woutkti nd"o'r* the atfaiiuaent of full bomcsanot be certainb loreeesn Tho I hopa 'nai tha and in Ihe Intercommittee, h with h wr ; "' Uw """'•' civil lo me iiovernor-C.eneral. act-n* and that federation, which ...su. th, reawn wh] ti.'clc through tl.. %  na OIH oi his commiiM. %  i..i.. .il is nerourv. No nation READER until ,or a """X 1 *lar> He has also pay its own Wnmd how "" !" "' them i.oik To 7i. on Bank " SIR._The ie„„ .„ !" ..,|„. .. %  I "Id Ait %  411 do jl in then power to make an adjus.'ment. low that the cakes is still the same as it was 10 years a|o. when the cost ol fill engine In promo'... >'" to such an ex..ition Thus federal InAltl A* 1 'Bread Vendor" has ilepen... i ul '"at the luring of an o has a rigl n T ean %  %  uueannn in that il lhe %  I | usrt of Mis M I '. : %  • %  %  -ation for Kenera! uublic. ][SER l %  ** %  *SI lth now-ee-piume hut *" 0n,Panlrd hv ,h nUl Ur t norrd I UMJ BSWai | dexk Mefe anefe ynj readers we . reminded of th. nr.-,,, ,„, l(1< unlfr s ~ ss kai.un si am Isfta sel lee seMlcaJsaa, hut M in ..'.KI IBMB, YES i Una things •I'-liflhllul it hiii I %  Net OLIVE OIL s* I Tins SASSO OLIVE OIL roaat t, BUckWeU'l CALVES FEET JELLY .. GUAVA CHEESE %  H ft MAYONNAISE SALAD DRESSING IAMC UANCI CUSTARD POWDER ._ DRIED nos—par ib J. N. G0DDARD & SONS LTD



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#0TS£ PASS $8,000,000 iPPROPRLATIONS BILL N11! W X. CRAWFORD (C) related his su 111)n ent should Uke sum to ewrtlhh U p mill for Ihe production of flour locally. as ^^0,,* %  wApprop* : 'T£' "" %  P 888 "* 0( 'ho sum ,!f war. 1990-51 In The House Yesterday BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FlVt. an* the House of Assemw/ JJ—roniav D H. G. Cumat* jBWrflay Dr. laid 'he tollowing"wwn 01 '!• Department 01 ii and Transport for the ST --RHtmates for the financial %  ••(orii KU ,1,.. h h some information to ,v, 0 £ gsasFrSS i.i\e at thai slagB He W f-^,going to spend MTS.TU Tree Has Plan For Local Craftsmen • Iron, Pa,e 1 could not be over-rmphasise I, /id. that the Amencr.ii M>mhini was required (or it the.i it must be on %  They hoped tu ov ", lh '' furniture aoul.l lx> made u piece worK while Mr. Victor Coddard's factor, n the City *ould be available u the central depot Handicraft! would become the leiponjlt.,.; Maurice 38 Acres Of Postman Acquitted Lanes Burnt ~ „ T Ut Larceny Charge A HH. i ? anknoii i broki UM Belle Plantation. St. M.cliae! o'clock i T HE PISH CAR! owneo WalKer ol Hush Hall was aaniaacu um-ii 11 was involv^M ir. I they 'TL Civil Establishment (Gen.Amendment) No. -1 Order. m Notion n followiiiB pan -. lununilis: Resolution to ap"••" .i. r Or < % %  entitled "The .... Kstablisnment (General SSoamem) wa 4 Oroer, mat). 1^, by Hie Ciovcmor-inEsKUtive Committee on the ^nn 0 f March. 1950. under the ^visions of the Civil Establish• IM9. Rolution to grant the sum %  f ltU.309 from the Public Tjwjury (to be subsequently refunded from Loan Funds) aad to be placed at the disposal of V* Governor-in-Executivc Committee to meet expendi'.f.-e acuned to the .list March. 1951. the CaplUft Works included %  r Estimates 1650-51. Part II Capital. Head I. Items 1 to 11. Head II. Head IV. Items w 4. in excess of the sum of JUC.0OO made available under Head XLIV of the Estimates 1160-51. Part I. Ttus *as later dealt wltl paned Dr. ceainUna: Hill to grant a sum of money out of the Public Treasury and 10 appropriate the lame for the service of the :u: on the 31sl day ol Man*, IS51 TDB was also dealt with and pissed. Mr II. V (raw ford tabled, a QUafluani emDI0)-ea M Seawell runway and another relative lo the prtOM paid peasant proprlct small cull ally with retard to the price paid lor the 1948 and 1949 cane crops. The House passed the followThe Amendments of the IA-KI*litive Council to two B amend the Vestries Act 1911 CHII-5). A Resolution for 588684 to supplement ihe 1949-50 F.itanales. Part I. Current, as shown in the Supplementary Estimates 1949-50. No. 32. which form the schedule to the Resolution. A Resolution for $456 to supplement the I 1)49-50 Estimates, Part II. Capital, as shown in tfce Supplemental y Estimates IMI-S0, No. 33. which [i Schedule to the Itesolution. A Resolution to approve the Refutations made by the Govemor-in-Exeuiii\v Commltle, under tba t section at at the Volunteer Act, 1009. Bill to continue various exPinng laws. Resolution to approve the Order entitled "The Civil Establataaent (General) (Amcndaant) No. 2 Order, 1950" made by the Governor-in-Exeeiiti\e Committee on the 13th day nt "bmary. 1950. under the prnddoni of section 3 of the Clvli asubllshim'iit A< I, The House ad)ourned lo Tues% next a! 3.00 p.m. Queries Pay For Seani-H Workers JJJ-*A Crawford il J^> m,-et„;, : of the House laid T-wl at Seawell runway. !" question reads: — 'act that the majority Ployed ull the —Ware p a „| ,| ,|„. nunlnuiDI EaSih7 5 ,nc lo " J"? hu been fixed as renum %  ££' ,h,s '" %  FJ Kales being 25 M p -38 cents ,„.,hourj ^^^B. tile p„„r forlniKlitlv. ,^"5 upon to work ten SV '' %  %  [ h "V extra ;,.,-, i,„ ovartlme' | ia new ,,f „„ ..„, ,„ a lnc K^^o-i „f local worker. JrVn. '• %  including artisans. unskilled labour, clec' and eliaulfeurs, is up to a_l.v 88, will the Govern^9J' ?*• hll, !" ."'"! d ""' n •* B ur a, balanced animal feed, more than hall of the total amount tot, spent under that Head ...h'£ "!L lha !. lh tln h =d eomwnen the Government shoui I seriously reconsider the quesuon of flnding out whether it m possible to achieve Ihe desired end of keeping ihe cost of thcommodities now subsidised at a reasonable level without poasihlv having to aftord a direct subside of the commodities. Animal Kccd ,."' %  • speaking, Crawford, with particular reference to the question o. balanced animal feed Both of these items were imported, dour especially from the hard eurrencv areas and he flel that entry etlort should be made to manufacture locally Hour from imported wheat As he had said about a*et "i two ago, Mr. Heesterman. Consultant for Industnii Development to the Caribbean Commission had. before a recent k Conference held in In inn ad. read a paper on the manufacture of flour In the British Caribbean Alea from Imported wheat. On July 12 last year. Mr Craw : notice nl %  oueaUon to the Oot nskinn if In view nf ihe appreci• bly high cost of imported rboatcn tlotir. Government would take steps to investigate the pracinifacturing Hou. locally from Imported wheat, glvIna due eonsiderulion to Ihe Inf factors:— la) the advantage COD upon Ihe establishment of a duatry, lb) the desirability of l>cing able to make available different Krades of nipsr q ti a I i t y, including winle wheaten. flour., (e) the opportunity provided ol Ining %  highly nutritious additional incredient for the product known as Balanced feed. The reply from the Government %  offee-l that they had the question of the establishment of a flour mill and ad thai N anyul I nut be a practicable economic proposition. The information that he received from Trinidad was entirely Different from that which the Government had been given. Mr. Crawford said Mr. Heesterman Mat it would be qUll* "cuiiointcal for any British Caribbean colony to establish a flour null to produce up to 50.000 kilograms a daywhich was a little over 100,000 lbs. r.ninumical working 24 hours a da] to 300 dm ni.in had also said that such .s, plant on the continent were it..re economical. The latter, however, would nut enjoy the benefits which a loot l Induslrv would have. Thuse benefits, especially the dilterences a .freight between grain and wheat. tho availability locally of bran for sale and the fact that the milling profits would remain In the territory would even lead to the couIhat especially for the with lower total con-l sumption, a mill for a P"duc"." I or 10,000 kilograms or 20.000 I0S| per day of 24 hours would be quite | :1,IC *I. , ,,. Mi trawfoid said that tec, islands yearly consumption ill Hour was 224.000 nab 52 400,000 lbs, so that the larf.' ,,1.000 kilogram* would be an band's needs. I.crs Freighl Even :: ''" ro i","' 10.000 kilograms which would De one fifth ol the annual eonsumiib manufacture could sun be economical accordmf to Mr. Hcestermnn. Mr. Heesterman M I see from what he h".ft* "•• '•';':'' """f is. ?,', would be less than the rate .o>. ; v>he.,: tloui sluppeii in bags. M, Heesterman In his P*P" IiJ ,,o had luoiiglil "ie nwlW "f u ^; tor* Ike *', LMWe development as indie-. '^' would lead in a eonsideroble taal r P cauie Cave. Mr. Tree would be responsil ">' M-814 ow " 1 b ? A ' %  ""' ble for designs rison of Fontabelie It would be impossible for thb, c r1 '"" H'nmon of beO scheme to succeed if ihe Gov"" Wednesday about I" 'T^^^'2rt|T Hr TOO K> Trtnidmd and Jamaica when' by Turnpr ,lal! primary industrlf ari" nlah ( Androw. anil drtVMI bv IVnue llUed. Piwcod utd nud by Graduated lax nutation iwr blowers Planlalun. St T the rtrst five jtin wa* : rtvtn by Austin able lo succens. 'We were dis-i 1 1 ***. St. James Ilhnnmtail %  -*J II.. -s . hk* aa 1 a TORTV %¡ Bvam Carlisle Dowding, a Postmnn auached lo ihe St. Lucy Post Office, was acquitted by an Jury at the Court of (.rand Sessions yesterday >t -stealing a registered packet. No. 39261, the proper Lai PosuBMter, Mr. H. N. Armstrong. appointed,said Mr. Tree thai thLejislative Council should have rejected a resolution lor the expanjuon ol the pottery industi' loped to utilise a potential market lor this proauct La the U.S.A." Disappointment The Uallans were Lmnorttaj mo tM U.S.A.. a large amoui.i ol potlery vases and other onu.ncnts but there were m no way satisfying the large demand theiiwas in the United State*. Greet disappointment had been felt iii the action of the legislative Gound had hoped to mtd samples of tr:. made terra eotla vases meats i,s samples lo the I'SA, under ihe proposed Mi* In New York there are two British Wholesale House Hambro'c. The other TUn aner Ihe la* war p] tb Howkins, an Englishman. n i, cloatb K ri tde %  It the British Colonial Attache attached to Washington. They have hoi ied theu willlngn—i to Mr. Tree return to the United an accident St Thomas. The right radiators of rliwafjed Redman Village. about 10 aan from both fenders and n \m awn be %  tOM ondit pletcl) k\*L'!" '""""nent cause to • £ '^ "j'Wr of ... %  liX, ; ,r 'r" 1 contract "1 — contract under executSupplementary Resolution Approved The House of Asserr.bi j daj ^.„^>.<^\ ., -..,'pK-ji.t-utury Resolution to the 1949—50 estimates lor S88.684. Ur. II. aid that lawas prepared lo support the suggestion very -Irongly. He believed he was correct in saying that they on that side ol the table (the Opposition) were willing lo see a reasonable M>III provided and lie icgielled it was nol dOCM He was saying this btoauai that at the start the Governor had i > heavy drain on his entntainment allowance. Bk*>ad-.-.indcd This officer seemed to have been very broad in his views as regards the invitees. He had invited the Heads of depailinen.s ..respective of colour and other respectable IKXiple. very unlike the slait of Sir Grattan Bushe who on an occasion when he had an entertainment for some high HI 11 M Ship include in his Invitation list an>thrte people of colour. The Resolution was passed. C ABBAGES, eacholwt, dri peas, tomatoes. \ tamarinds and fresh fruit in la quantities were landed here yesterday by the 100-ton m "Caribbee" whacfa BtTivad BfOtOI Dominica. 0 brought oaauta, shoes living from Oonuniciwas ihe schooner "Molly N. Jones' (37-tons net) with a cargo of copra, cocoanuts, limes, cocoa beans and iresh fruit. The 44-ton schooner "Belqueen" called from St Vincent It carno Included copra, arrowroot", pumpkins and peanuts Schooner Owners" Association arc local agent-; of tba %  onsigned to Mr n L Jobnaon, A FINE ol U to be paid in twi months >i monthImprlaonmenl posed on Rudolf pp tons Hi lie was (Q without reasonable con on Fabruarj i "'TMIE Mill 1 be Ihe subjeet of %  Round Table Mr .i S C 'I'pin at 8.15 tonight .it the V M , A All natmbon and friends artinvited to attend ind take part in M T HE Caka Sale this morning al T it Kvana which for -i verj charity. T HE POLB I iv ..-.> undei Capt. C •& EUaaon will holo it Hastings Rocks. Christ Church. lo-night MflfcM ning at 8 o'clock. Obituary Mr (. I II ( 11 \M I his real. mar, Navy Gardens on Sunday of Mr O, R n : llg %  & CO l u merchant of thll dt) and carried on a bakei %  nl in Roebuck s.veei. but later joined the staff of Ml %  was popular with the ei and although %  in public affair*. Hu know-led,** ol %  know business Brld^otown Dowdlnc howai made him l On Hit Thursday morning Dowtionalisl. 1' %  •'• daughter gave him $3S.1S his work in % %  la took It week ago *" Mr, rnrdi D worse. His funeral which U->K ;'ctivrs were returned to him bj i keeper. Hli Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor. %  icsided. Mr. ice, K C, soiu. eral. prosecuted on behalf of uV Crown. Dowding was representeo bv Mr. D. H. 1Ward After hearing ihe decision oi UM ,urj His Honcur sai,i. 1 can-< no! agree with your verdict." On Mturaprion jeaiatuiji. l^eouu Rolloek. eonilnuing her evideriee. aia ral n ad the reflatered lattar ircatpt She raid thai be receipt at the Post Office tm. the 1 amiwriting on il was not hers. A Cousin NaM witness. Etheline .iiuht... said thai" she has a cousin named ran la N4MM York. He n ouata On Tuesday. December 10, sinwent lo the PoslnmtreUUQ 1'owoing was pre* U-'atha asked if %  letter had conn' (Of her Miss S\". John looked u. Ihe tile and lold them if they had any registered envell>e to brim; them in lo her. She and Leatha went home and at the evening her son. Ber&n Griffith, brought her $3,.18 and two opened letters. On* letter wai addreased to Laatha Site iciurmM the money to Dowding by her son. Leatha could not go to Miss St John on account of illness, but on The following morning she (Griffith) took the envelopes to the PoaAnlstress Eventually Dowding'* daughter returned the money but it was row $200 short She went to Dow. told him the money win BVa her (be *2 00 lold her to go i B*k ha* lo allow her (Griffith* to diviito the money. Griffilli I with the S.V.18 and ha advised her to take it to the I'.'-tnusiie.. She dl : aeaipt, %  thai she knev. Dowding from a boa Ha lived near her home lie has bean delivering her letters for a long time. Te Mr Hard: Do* i-i friends had put tnelr hand-; in his letter bail %  .tin,:, manv other occasions, brought me Il have ne "nvthing wrong with the money A Si. Barton Griffith, son el EttvtfiiM Griffith, a sehool teacher, saiu i.ew Dowding as • postman of .he district. On the evening of December SO Dowding called him. He gave bin two opanad Letter* and $31.18 H Hen said thai ha bad heard the report made by his mother an ISsathB Rellnek • %  no it wa.s quUV Hue. He then .said thai he had received the letters and the same evening he had itojwed 01 home at a shop When he had re%  urnad tor hi* bicycle, on which the letter bag wag banning, he found that the I and the Dowding than lakod Mm lo take ihe letter* to Lealha Kolloek ,,i\(\ his mother and ask them to accept them I also told him that if back the leiters, he was going to keep them unli I'erch in New York wrote agalr rscfore takini; ;ti< lock) and explainmg what hail %  following morning lib mother cave the money to hirr %  nd he returned it to Dowdms elling him that his motl 1 hether she could I'ake it %  widow and 1 ne rlaui M tO whom :.ded. -nd pigs m,,i IJV manulacturina flour „a be kjiun, two reminded the Too much B -G. Delegation Coming Sunday *>* HICE TALKS l,v. and Ihcn Uiere as ,"'d otrluc .1* %  " t jgg! ould pursue dair its sections Ch. Ch. Vestry Did Not Meet Com m ission ers Discuss Market DISCUSSIONS which would decide whether ;i District Market would be set up at Eagle Hall Road, were >esterday pi by the Sanitary Commissioners of St. Michael, pending a report Iron the roiUeitor* who are seeking to acquire the land. The Commissioners a what further steps should be .. onimenI ihe Commit'.' Mr NOB QOWM dance iieaumount, Haatlni %  .Manager of tba Whaii Messrs DaCosta St Co. Ll %  %  %  klwaj -iuici and In in Ihe %  ; as a junior to the lalu Hallam Cole In U h.tionshiph batwaan tba %  tad to the %  train wll ulays and ; of all. Al tho %  oh cbarffa •imc of his unexpected dcv.t it most humbl' life It has not only the bon which raised his decis.1 him respei ryone who nted to look Inti %  "' Within* %  1 .... jna. Hice M his afterwlth the %  iiruj of the Veatrjoi ch scheduled '***not held beca. no quorum fie rt. Present wen Mr n. ** %  . > V. ebster and £.00 A. (. was appo jny Mi Kidney told members lhat tied, he had is-. had last discussed the mailer. th .: Mi ... wd as ituiUble for lion > (la fage %  The IV.imaster Mr. II N. Arm-troin '•ii Rat oa He produ ad tba if" tar addressed to Etheline •Grirtlih A, number of Wbldl was the local numbei 300M %  %  icloeadj tha U letter 42453 was received a ,0 on August 11 an< sent to St Lucv on August 12. He then produced | list ,' %  llverad in s I jH.inted out that there was no let'•i 00 tbf list inaiked ''relu^ned To Mr. Ward: The raoalpl 'Hi %  port wt • % %  toa ibo I thla, If r l u plicate %  hould be obt.i The Postmistxe** .: kattraaa oil Si John, recalled thai' Dowffini I letlcr 36Ptf on Aufius. \ IS to daUvar. He signed for tlu-| letter and fl delivti v receipt *abl| %  Ivan to him. ame evening she wen.'! raaraV holiday. On De-1 I Klheiine Gnflith auu lock came to her. Dowraacnl when they made mt and he also heard Id them to bring Vheu i .opet She "asked Dowding why he did iot make a report abo .leliverrd. and he said that his mail bag was iic* te re-pert the mailer If the Iwe parUa* would make a settle men! and Mlaa SI John aaid thai >Jie could not do this. Mr. Ward next told His Honour lhat lX>wding was not calling any witneeaes on his behalf The Defence Addressing the Jury. Mr War I said that the Prosecution had proved that the letter was daltvarIV to Dowding and It was delayed, but it subnutted that it was tor them to discover whether Dowding kept the letter for his own or with intent to deprive the ovenei permanently and put the ccptetaCi to Ids own us" He pointed out that Miss St. John had told them that it was bieaking a rule for a poenlmin tu Op Into I shop, except he was going to delivi r i e'ttei. He said that alter the icitcr* arava taken from Dowdlng's bag while ha vraa in ihe shop, Dowding wa* afonrwards afraid to report the matter. He submitted that Do.vcung wai waiting to w if anolher leuer would arrive for Rollook ''eforc goin* %  > explain what had hapI enetl In him. H* further submitted that Dowdiiut's explanation was a reasonable one and asked ihem to return a verdict nt -not gui-'t)" No Proai Mr Reece, in nis address, n'ated that BoxUl had said that his mail has; was robbed but this wa* only a statement as the defensj rg an| .iny prooX of loan His Honour, during hli summing up. told the jury that if the. were satisfied that BoxiU's man bag was robbed while he was at the shop, they should le.'urn verdict of not guilty", but if they did not baUava IbU ton th^ 'hould not hesitaie in returning verdid i f 'jtuiltyMe a i\ ... i point ol th<> i aaa The jury after about 20 uunuies' deliberation returned then verdict, The Court next adjourned until 10.00 am. today The Influence NEW YORK A new series of chemical testa have been devised which may save i on American highways Mr. Tree returns to the Unltec tvhldh most drunk drivers manage to elude conviction. Safetv ofilcials will attempt to bjeollvo proof that one tut or every live motorists in a traffic accident is under the inr uence of alcohol. The ehemical tests reportedly piovide scientitle proof of whether or not a person has been drinking. The degree of intoxication also can be accurately gauged. Such tents will help cut down the number of drivers who ard i(leased becau*e they have h.ilogical reaction or, the arivinsj PUbJfaB. The average man can drinK about two ounces of whiskey and be legally sober. I driver now is going to I think tw.ee before he take* thatl third drink.—I.N.S. 2S YEARS AOO— Barbadea Advocate. March 24. .9*3 Governor. Sir Charles underwent an operation for appendicitis on Sunday morning. The surgeons were Dr. Bannister, Hon. Dr. John Hulsun, Dr. Lionel Hutson and Hon. Dr. J. R. Phillips. Teefh Loose Ghuns Blead aiXv3 Trvncla Moulh %  % %  J Hrai Mar J Hie ihe Aral Jy and quick! a thai ou hv PywrM*. prhapambadd<*>>4Ne -i.,! i 4UM your t'tri IC ilia, C4HH RBfunwiiairB ubi* irntia atop* SWB> > end* sore m-glh ihp i-tih. Lroa cla* ntuti Miak* **r iwa >our tatih •* rn ol mpiy pack• nil vour chamlal •**• furAmoaan r.r I'l.Tl..Tr.a.k Ma.la ''1 4m a proud lonaumer of ... GOAT CHOW The cow* beiln their youag ones on . CALF STARTENA ihtaioable from II JASOV fiivis A Co., Lid. % %  V.V.V.V.V.V Assize DUrry FRIDAY No. 13. 1( and 11 Kri va. I IHII.-I (,i, i i, aad OIIIKII i.imi TalkingClock VIENNA The late*! iwiat m taBstaaaaaai cuckoo e locks that call out your I name. A firm in the Ameridan zone line up with the 1 product. desjsjaad for the home or i for adver.Vsing in hotels anu Tnm ilrm said it wa* toying itii an advanced clock thai might %  l one lo go home. | 'it —I N.S. HARRISON'S BROAD ST. "DOMO w CREAM SEPARATORS CAPACITY-10 GALLS. PER HOUR — ALSO — BUTTER CHURNS 1 GALLON CAPACITY ONLY $30.41 EACH. RANSOMK |. v\\ \ MOWERS TKiKK If M"AB1BL" IT' il |MJ3 .15.14 lli.l 47.39 Ml ( niii|ilrir Unli Qraaakoi HARRISONS HARDWARE 0EPT PHONE 2364. %  burly of m and respected i m won his sup-t and although on racing he was himself a food tat Highly respected as a tna He played life's game too and it mattered not to him whether Dsj ., aata. "Mnpath. amber Etheline (MM returned to hei ith I i ought the money %  Ire** while Mi*.s: lohi was on ho)ida>. was nil She said thai iht %  to in. Q <'•> on August 1 17 One slip, No 36MVS. wa* misssked Dowding for this slip and he *ald Ibal brought it In i inother Poalnuui Christopher Hinds, another St. Lucy po'tman and the last wli*ness for in* prosecution, said that In.g worked ite On December 20 Griffith Hollock came • %  hi* pretence Postman Johnbon whom was also present. Ifu law taUawisv xtUm—m he retbrasrd be uked Mm Si I-ha li.) nut mat rur that laat imnule Kush, set >our EASTER EGGS IO-DAV from . BRUCE WEATHERHEAD LTD. Wc hav* a Ik^aulKtil i aaaai li, in latn i; 61 Halloa laaatr ft, „ H\ lLatjf) tl 65 Holloa Kaatrr If, in Hot M..I1U1... 1101 Killed l.aalrr l, (-harolalr in Boa $|.M FlUod rUalrr (f loilod 55r I'laitlc tit ailh lull ll.f. aaaaar li< lLartol In Dark Carriage . fl.zi I ..a. Ef 1 I Mrd I in Dark Carriaa 'il.U Oarrtaaa si u I ard Ka,Ur Ir, rot.Uininc Charolalr Marthmallou 1 n.i. 3/0 AUi. "flair Ar I'jri.' % %  aaar ft* Sovrlii—A Braaliful Blar I'l.i.li. F.kc 1 ..nl,11.ui* a Holtlr of Ermiar In I'ari, l*rrfunw. I'rire 3/t parh %  HI WEATHERHEAD LTD. FOR THE BEST IN ft miTIFH UIT-Tt SlUI COVBR1NG •SILVER STAR' CONGOLEUM INSIST OI\ SILVER STAR (oh JoJtA We arc pleased t > I>o nblo lo announce tho receipt of anothei shipment >f tha famous Clarke's Shoes for small child: SI.M"I.K\ SV\I>AI..S in Whilr -ul la*. HL.VV-I l IH HUV I.UI.II SIMMS —in Brown, and While in Sirev I lo 7' %  %  Suitable lor children from 1 to 3 yeurs old. We suggest an early visit to:— CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. Ltd. 10, II, 12 ft 13 BROAD STREET



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P\C.l SIX II-XRBWHI-. All. i HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON ^ r& O l MICKEY MOUSE 0<= *>"NO BAT "O %  %  P N BY WALT DISNEY -?S HIM 9"OCPfD! ftl'BB OS -%  oSOi-^O 3?! WE ^=ae S-O^^t? \ S5n-^.sr--*sr TO ; c R"'AV MAHCH ^ Kemember this label! IT IS ONLY PLACED ON GOODS OF FIRSTQUALITY %  Always ask for MORT ONDIE :E OJTDCCQS-"... • CO.T vou TAKE < %  .-. . BY CHIC YOUNG L. )RTON PEARL II \ II L C Y oHM CUPPEB CV-240 IS. BKYDEN & SONS (B'dw) LTD. s* rvice between SAN JUAN iT. THOMAS ST. CUOIX ST. JOHNS ST. IKH r>SPAi K. O I \\\0\ I InHiifrilr f I IK II. %  II i„.> •**W AT cueov ,, "wfcBVi,, j* jz&z * %  : •*AV*L*DAJN* A TOAST TO 14V VERY HUT TV TRAP' •V TONIGHT Wf Will MAV1 OTN WMI41>tA CANNON • .11 ST IN I IMF KOR THE EASTER SERVICES THE LONE RANGER |8&M6TC"OWTHATE,IH\ n %  knowledgvd to be | 1 id 1*1 •l0 I0r|f '* "'"''on -f*idt I nlcmot^n N4 1 rl any ^oiuliyB* J .(.•. Of r PAN AMoam\ WOULD AIRMYS PMi [> \ i ".I \ i (OOil <•' rhontSIMCaftrrtani*' RIP KIRRY • :">-. -'. i I Mil I.KI S < | VRhl .HOI 1* H.... %  *••• '" < Mil i.,n %  kNKUTK ,n WhlU, lit—n flrt "'" M "••" THE PHANTOM •every hour of the day ... ;. BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES L I PAIDAfAHEWIKH A FANCy PRICE fOS A PUONV .rtEWIivK-THA. 10OR 90Of • • I | Cailuaere Bouquet A L C U M P O -V D E %  ~ com: nv Aim HEAR THE LATEST HITS If GRAMOPHONS RECORDS CALYPSOS, FOXTROTS. Etc. WHICH WE HAVE JUS 1 RECEIVED.



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MABCB u, m QlASSiFlLLi Aw TUt BAJtUAlH)* ADVOCATE PAGE H.VI.N DIED • *& %  %  I r,,,d 1': %  MA. ' KM! RKVT '" IUI till M 3 S*-ln I THANKS —V rv II : 14 3 14o( ti iioihand %  %  : ft II 1 %  %  [ >• wiih i roodi ith. kitchen, pantry w \>lll HM tJAM HtLP tfifl fl ,.. %  , r,.. <1<-1 IMI at* ..aw DUU WI M Opel Kdrt IP 1M> "" NBhUiitiii" Ami %  Ti* Uw. v n BPI i TI NCCD -*i %  ..mi | „,. *0M ItrM 233.50 -In MUffl. < %  pabla aa, %  K-quirrd |>...llir M4H MISCELLANEOUS HI '.! %  :.: HOUa t ^iTi# >'' %  a4.r4 UIP I'M %  -Hum N'* I*1 "' '' **" v i ill H SALES AUCTION %  ML %  Da Cota luudwar* 21.3 50~-3n li. > I 1 WrKlll. . Phoi %  am rnpnb" wilh 'ir> Mrln %  fcfiw r r (uilh-T mrtlcuUr* l.V-T I rontalW Rl. Pro7*c lb %  %  %  %  ;. A Slwl ta.i.i | %  "AW, %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Four lla-a.ac*lt %  I pu*U " I T)T. Co fc*> !*WJ II %  tCo.l.id II 3 W I f i. i %  I Cr.par.y. I HIT'lRIM voi: .VANTF.D EnButtrto Rnaa. vocal* by Ar. Li.* n...'i an M MM* A Co II ) I I I uuvoi < \ -i \i IM nn %  M anpptad ip la Monday lib N'BI II \IMH V% nfl order" ipMwt n>iwi— %  raiai 'roir Wrila today for baautilul fraa %  *** b> nntaur* i.iri UM 1 : i Hkuiay nuking • Co HLI 19 Victor>' England *ADOS CIVIL SERVICE ASSOCIATION k %  i ***• Uw hoar. „| V r LICENCE hlOTICE %  %  i Uml irnl 14 W D'ABi \ %  I %  .ill ..-fin %  %  lei Van win A number of tuia-i •aPxlK %  %  v rroTT DOCTORS THREATEN STRIKE SEALSKIN SOUP PLATE' HAT lot c trirc;t < %  ; o r %  in All Ian. %  xccut lor "*cc*sar-. ntion. I Jour nil matum was voted %  .V iliUUt.'ation fee "or :hr Natl nal ritattl Dttea thai i bv JuH 1950. direct %  ction will be taken n In the rN to withhold our contraet. except (or nceei*u(.v MTvicea under the terms of our %  Uon." Copies of UM resolution hav to ill othtr branches r i Ibnufboui Brti %  %  %  Bbout $2.50 pt %  rowtnj kavo been n'l leader* to persuade Bevan to ln> %  arc |wi.l i the plight "tors wi.h %  I %  wn pub' %  lial from %  %  %  i %  f a B M A %  i by %  oartain data.—m B, Visca Committee Requested To Return Home Moal uBUHal lookUlf I: lor %  li.m (IBMal limuii Allimri oi in viup iliiilt .a • %  irsal. and %  I credit to hi ;i! Ir t .I;>.*MI 'iaisun as wail tha "Tlpaj OM Bporl %  i %  %  %  . %  %  i %  %  %  %  %  f tho he DCBM %  In i a Hi sir K*tr Aloandrlna K Srli i..... % %  '.,r Canada via P \ Co, %  PaajIMStl bavins br UWa vaaaal %  v. V T II Wan*:. \ W Rabcrt'on. I lWf. H Ik %  mat. Mi A r* i. Qiti. Mr %  i l...i ml %  !VV A Harl*r I ..i nmuda--Mr and Mr C J 'at<-i •• %  *—*• SMtBMBBl, 44 toM THrt, CsM. ,,. Mi and M >r ainl Ntrr I Mi ai.d Mn A Mi>'r, Dominica. AsanU: K Lrta, UW V V. Waka*. Mr. W. C. Mr* W H Arroway. Mri C O. 1*? %  *Asvni. %  II Hirtt %  and, Mr. v I Ma, Mr C Slar. Ml 11. N. Akin-"" Mr II C.ranam IN TOUCH W1TO n.\KH\D(s COAST STATION %  bl* and Wlr*l* If Ll Ud advl-r **ma. Akoa Pdlrm* Alcoa PUgrvn. it lrifran now nxnimuiwu'r ith "JKm. 'tiut^ui. AM-vUi. CaMiia. Io*d ..-ma .Mithiou*Ti *—-i Ibubadua Mfw.i-, <-* D. Oratana. IJiubKL %  SatlM mfjorrl. nnuUag). RMIo. ROM' I.-it r.vTNd. Inna. Han IU.I J.Hermit*.. T.U. D Z, AlTI. *-r Wa\f K. rail Mkni An>tia*hla. %  ••. •**,% Malnt. H.ffvalin.1 Smrnnn (ltif-. Dan N*w H-.... ii-iila > i laudaii %  fJNDER THE IVORY HAMMER '1Y Imrlructlona IXWIVM) I will wll m PrldBy March 34th at I i> laaj Hi lta V-uihaU Cai 1'Jna.t^d In Arrldanl Trnn. C'aah VINCENT liHimTH. Auclionaar 31 1 *fl Jn ixndun Stock Bxchanxa w "' ni routine, %  idle with %  shown an) an %  raalL bul moved i> .IIIK of BiiUal ment rJationali^i'. %  there wan Koma Inport mid Ultran [th Initial i %  %  ontroLlad quid with rubbers a ft off. and tea at receiu krvell Dealcrs in forttaH rails reported little bu < :.,:e m prlcaa Knfllr iiuirkci wai m. ; %  naral mod m to lUglitl] tOWar levels, but one twi ft I staters responded with nraUMai to rumours of favourable ilevelopment. —Reuter HUENt'S AIRES, March 23. tar to investigate 1 h a v e %  Supreme i Province return documents %  which Deputy Joe airman of Comthdrew (nun high tri%  thi '.li: LONDON. Mai Hall %  '" %  : "Uv ., od ib h 'T;he trial of "return" UD) iVre Wrong : to-night that tha Unit* %  •tofTUc-hydrogori way". In • ...I Opara. reported %  : | I I • %  I strong Nai %  %  %  %  and mo at sea thi'-Ui'i — t Reuter. i Commissioner* %  10 Czechs Sent To Jail Chef Had S Whre* Got 4 Yeurs In Gaol LONDON, Mat A 51 year •!< %  •okaag ll lulrad one %  ) :."ii oi>;.ni" i in the Uv . ... %  UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER i l Mi-ntna> %  %  I .... %  %  • raam *t al ',1.1a; Owl *• %  MANI Ul BOTIIA1I I %  AU'llul^rrk. • III'. . ..r* I the (rial or "return" uiiaer^rininn I w-r . ilurinn %  UM invi -'I urnution, Waraow radio n or Rowrio asam torn. ned bimmoui n lank wa M cm %  tencd to ,ht n^,i„. r. r .. to MM N both ,.l _,Kf>iU-r l PI — l and Kry,t>. —RruU-r. Bohdan lfu' REAL ESTATE DWffaUgHa IUl)*X 1U> 1.4*0 tqu-n 1 ,.. •! Spmco Slnrel, I.1SU -q,i-r. l"t .iii.nl* %  rstne and will br *t up for *>ida>. Slat. March. l*> •' VII TOH COT, H.vrr Road. .laadrfU: on %  %  lea*!•• LICENSE NOTICE FOR SALE AND REMOVAL That pail of thr bulkUr.i' Jenaa aaan, !.. i S, Th DT.U''t.^ "T-,VI cor %  f •* "T Smith -" % %  tha buiMlng and aho a %  "" "H"" '""r Ib *. "r;,' r IM ttol^ part ol ,h ..ci.rr ol 0 "" ii i> M.J5a-io. in i nn in -i rtaaw. "•oM CaoSw pal hav* a look Kruter IXht Uial %  % %  recommend %  %  luty. Mi K %  M ideratlon %  %  klnson to and thr Barbadoi %  i. HI How to Banish RHEUMATKPaJM UK.-.ii ii -•• h J f* U-wL Tbu ikoJa be nawd \; lU iMbt.... Wram fciJnr,. lail. .mall .. 1.1.1* ladfo in tha fourti and belaatn Iba DkUalr* -i-ir'ng Infhtlul paaii. .Soriilihr tral* kl iWlw* inlamtauilinKi i>i"'* lhal mlhin I raw .(IM takmc. IWJd i HJOIMI hit M halpk| tha knfcr )• dVun %  •*) '>" % %  Mada and pauoiu (ram tha biaod !% • n OHKUT *• Kaaai*. Plan • tu.mi irfdali <•• Yaw la—I i. .Ur Paw and dia.aail.it a—L*.., >au WH.LI) raasai llu.1 -r-fbHT \ •lay al l-.llt. ..-I laal .*•!• ... hwial on Iba (tiaaiM Itodd I Kidn*. I'lHa al raur draw ilai* la-d*j, %  lU ht| (Jwr riZ lha .ad U-d*. (hdy I f-t French Dockers Extend Strike PARIS. March 23. At Mars.. Dockers at Nice, tonight ninnies. A I l extend ll'.' I nuiulred thousand buikUng .: %  !>. while cis W411 %  • I:. LMtl uuy, i '.uiUiiiiK Kin i %  TWc**thtrd] Bouk thrown out of a tram in N row as .i .urest after failure >( -lrik m the town Rruter. MIS' A MM *n SHIPPING NOTICES DABtWi %  .... vi(iBB13t -III ac-. -i i-...ia. I.r lahia, M.ailaarral. r, .i . Thr s r„-.„.m I AUOAI 111 i PaaaaBaSjan ., -Uy IUI Utfi r. SCHOONER E.M. TAJNNIS aaua • SATURDAY MARCH ?5lh Will ai .11" lll| Apply II. JASON JONES I IT" AwnU. i aimdiuii National Steamship AXABI \ %  C1IAIJ I %  iMV .u.l %  ih Mat LIU .,,., IJU) Mai till %  I n.i blei 7lr,l '(, JU| M. lat Apr >nd Appr a nth May %  paAa-a eah lha d U U.f UU -I pdk, LOST / IMI • iOaU ta.s aa-aa %  M 3 *i Uii.ssianS|i\ \\ orknl In U.S.Oflio LIQUOR LICENSt NOTICE WASHINGTON. M \ man illagad State Department was said by .< ami %  .. % % % %  k .tor Willanl Tyding : .. few months .. The man was nan i %  %  'i at 1 -k by Rapubl Military Expert* Meet Ttnluy THI HAi.i i III i ' iglUIH, %  111 meal I %  %  \ It IM UIIUClaUMMl •-' %  • %  Part Nations ktta In In May. : .. %  IkalK'* Maaiati.U. %  that tin Conununiitt on iti tii! investigateU — Reuler. LONDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EXAMINATIONS Uotat, I860. (CertilicalP St a Ke %  Liter than 12 noon on S0 owa:— $ i M luagai % % %  | S. i.' i Pull $10.00 24 3.195' 1 The Sugar Manufacturers' Association (of Jamaica) Limited Invite appti llClr Rctaarch Depar. B %  •< d • I Id testing of %  i-cial reference to resistance to virus and other dltcaaes as well as to oil .rectors. (a) Botanist, salary £1,000 rising to £1,500 per annum ,b| Aj: I * J: 1.000 per annum. Apptirants should po**es* a research degrea or equivalent quall' A recognised University or other similar Institution, and plant breeding and selection work. i. lie expected to advise on plant pathology i vears under contract. anaot engagement The selected candidates fna passages to Jama.< to assume naabar, IM* A IWaral allowance ten i, ..rov.ded and leave with ma i pi paid after three rear service period*. There U pension scheme : Haaaareh. Su> > j..,,-r %  ..-.• Uandevllle, Jm.i... B.w I to whom ...rsonal particulars and three r> r Ltaati *. .aa— d. „.,.*_. %  I tiii-i plani and r^-ordinata them into %  plan for tl Atlantic area Renter. $150,000 For A "Bible" %  I I %  %  | %  pross n man ot U* •> said the ruble" name*. Coming investlgatiSATI A.MI4II-: FRENCH LIS[ taJOai I., lili.idad lalUag u |.|)i...,iini Hank iliii Alii.. April lath April Ma. May 13th May Mttj May 3l>l I'm further particulars apply to — ... M. oONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents. Prostitutes Put On Show %  Peking prostitutes put out of buslnea* Governn.. 'o packed houses to-day i' Ehemselvea, thrNev. Agenc> reported tmlaht The play tailed Fi % %  • %  IU Thawad" has no merely portrays what v i (Jan Mr aatad IM -. . %  lag Rruter REAL ESTATE -Ui'v >-• and batlu, ttiraa ll. %  ud a doubla sari. alao M • and a HLAL ESTATE IN MAItl DIXON & BLADON (JOHN M BLADON) UAL MTATI laUrtl MrOKOMBM •niuiui:Tkaaa MM Haaattaia. nuiidi.i BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPOKATKIN LTD. in



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T" Friday Marrh 2 I 1930. BarfratoHs fcrcate / %  / Price: VIVE CENTS Year 5 5. ftfENZIES ACTS AGAINST COMMUNISTS Tree Has Plans For! Local Craftsmen To Earn $ IS. %  Local Company Formed w Council X ill Meet 24 9CHRME to sell Barbadian farnltur< in (be United States WM luld to ihe \A\ 4j V h> Mr. Ronald Tree, of Heron Bay, Si. James. -, The pur) Cili?*!!* i llllltl'fl I < l > toencoui.,. %  April / -r %  uhaidiai %  %  %  %  %  reRiird to fUTOil He had mind, waj int thai tatetf %  by the l' K at to en-1 courage and foster enpc* the colonies to the USA., with the Colonial AtUCbl and the United Kingdom ap[winteii irwM areas of the US A u. • and foster Brit Colonial n gaWOUNgeaaYMM' Ho had il seeing what cou d AdrarMr Cnrtrn-'i %  Replies : potters ot the Intt i |p pr Council 10 lor restricting sugar production Ht coming In verj slowly. But t* meet inn the Council's %  for London on April 2*. will not Cpattponed. even il %  .vuueneom%  itadablf. :S anticipaU al delepte* will make iht mnu verbally. It will be remembered that the -swung was originally tlxed for %  jbruary 28. but was postponed pirukUy to givt time for West lulian producers to come to i aeosion on the -mount of sugar aid Ixsupplying \> BnUin under bulk purchase agreement Nn Markets From the point International Sugar Council the larger quantity ot Ihe sugar availible for free sale 'be belter The rlUllUI | Bt production by finding new %  arkeu. A praanlMnt Sugar IttcuU has remarked on tse fact tnat millions of people In da Araa world ot the Middle east still I. L I luxury budgets over the production "1 sugar .-i programmes designed to tie purchasing power of backnrd KftU It is doubted whether the Catwn proposal will be mnpathetically by the majority at the delegates at the forthcoming meeting. But il is to bo raBtmbered that this is gtonical discussion to render the upon to the Council itself. —(By Cablet. ONLY HOPE MONN. March 21. The extit it, t;i i ml otto Ernst Reiner, May that it would b> te Germans to join an anUlortet front. General Rcmer wai Rpb'ing — as "legitimate speaker far the German wartime generaten"—m the lieuuhc Reich aattaag to Winston CKurchill'a proposal that West dwuld make a positive contributen (or European Dab i The newspaper speaks for the Dt usche SoiUriilUclM fan*, claiming a membership oi •MM. Henu'i. who ami Berlin rising timed to wffli Ihe Hitler bomb plot Of) Julj R\ 1144, ringing o' Wan Germany into tlie Atlantic Fact woulu absolute war. "We have no longer any cfaa rtCO The only chance Ol out %  tai impending world oott %  avoiding taking gacV •wing the Western Pimm* no F*Htt for bringing wa .nty plans. A nnct Dautralltj %  Rawante* [or the .Lvoidance of a War. No Guarantee! not attord to join the %  teopean Council, whosa memot able to gi\•rntornic %  t he event ol %  %  ana pokaaman of the %  yemment's proposal %  e a bet..ld rt%  f .."A denauer's appeal %  * to i constitutional \ %  Just nonsense. W< ; Jte constitution Q *hnn Democ.-atic Rein. aaa *A pran 5* the cam Pjcratic and %  **ten by Potsd-.m and J"tion of ihe Qccupati %  w other colonia'l instil %  ** Germany" he added-Reutrr Indonesia Abolished Militar> Kulr IKA .uinneaia has Atg"'" Prtnupl. ^ !" "** Boewono. announced [Emergency Powers Invoked Greece ''Conimuiiist Part y WiU Gets Ne* Be utla ^ d i t\t KEEPER HILL ireartei i bteafc M II M II usd mink*, look* hack (rr T aaaad '"""i' 1 te it ti"iral gaal klekad •< te ihr l|awteaVg casrtra l atainnl Evali football aaatefe SPORTS WINDOW i 0OTBAJ I %  ii MKI* 11-11 Mil \4 %  :l -I I i Mr,. %  aw< p. 1 l\ Men • siiuk. Uwk-.. MR Uli\ \l II NU l i I M Bnl would ool) hwurinfl i It was Tk. IUCCCU or fjlluir • %  < IM .1 WJN "• *">">,•' „,.,„ .,, „i.rtk am .,1 sUndari Ulh o.MallW odmadr U mi" •""' '" '"' W"""lir. In Kli d" 1 r,r 1K m •'Silva lianios Mvsterv*' • Revived DOCTOR QUESTIONED PARIS to-day w %  -.<} %  %  : who gav< Monique I her deal I wealthy a) %  held in prj %  his younfc : >vitb an %  %  'i. had bear. %  After laogtho %  %  1'arls Pattce. called B* I meaauras Madame Da Sdva's itraler Belgium's Privy Council Meet For First Time Since 1914 War WALLONIA CONTlMhS IV/YLEOPOLD ACTIOIS BRUSSI until ol 28 i war m IH14, : i landers ftl ii A :nrone. A, Uw "i I LUISGSAUCERS EXPECTED OVER SWEDE IS • %  back (rom Cabinet %  lUfht, %  %  King, i %  %  %  %  a teaartei I iri.ui. a, Praaa • i M aatea t ai ominiini.jli.M, :.'iaii 'Ko MiHiene an %  Mil. I] t.'juinet's %  %  tug! %  %  al %  %  %  i ilngb wii \ Bread) %  %  Mi Part 1 | V ., %  %  .' lmdi'i § on I'age 5 All Quiet On Baldwin's Day As tar a> the majaw ihe drsl an I Sup Council Delete ITV.MOII Viiiele FOR JERUSALEM : l %  testru. STOt .vii U. 9 ... tge from Luaback. | %  the Baltic I their .ili-iost %  pan %  %  ipajia Tho i\. i ted i'> Ganaral : l) ;.piH!intei n Buenos %  today, was of more moderate proportion! thun must tad to have been sighted in various parts %  i,;l> This on by Polio*iai tcrs there, rhay said t.iey observed it through iicld glassea flying rron %  i The night before la--: aa for twe hours. %  %  .tion.il obsci Cordoba city on the folio the belief that whM seen was Venus which. ad i| tbii tta %  isible to the naked eye The movement ol .— ould create thr illu uially ||y. %  —Reui'-i Ttie ehei ateissaa wK.ld oe m | '"ml>wt ng his own party in th' aaaaaaaaaukaal the highiv mdu March the Refen l cent onpoaad lopld. UUMtgh %  ; %  c-Prarnk ... %  i.. Si %  %  %  1 Noi I qaa i Fleniish pi > stoppage he si to union orhcials, w ill thrt>ughoo and will hail belt will n %  i %  %  I Council ai ma have I n a> of ifnt. ten wen %  %  %  Rrulrr I rvnrh Slrikrrs Return To Work %  %  %  %  %  %  tinned I Orl —ReuUr CANBERRA, Marcn 23. AUSTRALIA today invoked far reaching emer gency powers—including the banning of meetings, and the death penalty for treason—to tight Labour disorders and Communism. The Prime Minister, Robert Menxies, said the Emergency Crimes Act would be used against Communists pending the passing of legislation to outlaw the Communist Party. Faced with steel and shipping strikes. Austrslb i ite> ol %  ''!] %  % %  Pederi terj •he UMrgtncy pi teporUtaon wou Fascist attack of atfil Tllt> I i M.-i gteg I %  lh the right to sltike.' tv Russiu Caif "Walk Across Europe*' WHEHRA, March 23. Joseph Chifley, formar Auatrri.in Praenter, told ihe Mouse o '•day tba' letting .my con I < ippoaitio' |D AfTnii %  %  important, but it might aan ba/ore %  .,' % %  \l.-.-' rum the Pacifle, but he had i jld "walk i"' %  i The Crimes M Go\ernment emarganc] widespread nature I'ruclaination i i that those tfuiit.v uf an %  T the proclamation would be Hal %  • not burn In A laid ba %  %  of aeri trial the beiinniiiK tl %  mini which has Rrater AUSTRALIA WILL INSIST %  %  %  i told Pai Ranter, %  %  i %  .... | with tin meant it i not pro, %  drift. Powers, which now < xisted %  Commui Public Support .' th> ii i ut WOtlld have the supi-.ii .i \ ind and I %  %  i olutlon Com%  i. %  seeilon& of me Ait, range a> an page I "There never wa, CROWN ATTORNEY FOR ANTIGUA % %  • LABOUR GOVT. REFl SIC SERETSE DEB \ TE iB> iK\Mi: ft, WKtllloNi LON!) I %  %  %  Khama affair It alv> fixed budget d i next crucial test of its pn-cariou authority. The %  chequer know. Uon %  ( vilr of tlH> 1 ill .1 .lgL.lK.ll of Khama' rsueftelnal Liberals re motion. 9 KILLED IN PLANE CRASH %  tekaj • ^,r :-..-.t if the r~A KciatrlL U .. Cable, Prime Minister leader of I, was not %  "We and n %  "inifteaiiM* I aavla aaaa .lee—in iired** trd f^laini %  lung its own supI %  i ; %  %  rorts lov %  %  a bard budget The polltf %  I labour. :. .. %  r *Y" PoUcemen Injured U\ Hand (irenade %  %  %  :*>Ut 4J0I %  %  Where Man may not Venture Alone On* Hour M Uh franco MAORI! Di %  I'.t iitri PERONISTA MEDALS %  B i Op < limit l.tinin the i.nii|-ui\ nl olhnn MMI erith tBff |irii.-ii,..l -HMI.. . linked lu-.ili. i go lliat each individual i|M<.te. led l\ llie -kill. -Ireil^tll -illd .-\|„ i M in ,.\ In .:niil|. To pniteel llie hn..ii.i.d (lllme ol Inluveil gaggfj, the liiiinU IIKIII aYaBalf MfetfUgrdfl m>l mdike llior of the iiiMii|ilaiiii-er. Firs* be inu-l join iliaiulv*hit-e drilled unit) ind itravafui guarantee -eeurilv Fol ill. d< |M nd< nl"i one .tii.l ..11. Third — Uafl e\|t. i i in ed •: 111.1.1 ll. e ol I I i fe Itl-lll;ui"i' i. pie-eiit.iltve vs ill iliret t 1**II. llatea| lh* bttel Meat* I" Idnljeeti\e. MANUFACTURERS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY NIA0 OIIICI — t Renter. > Mi.UiMWiM.'l i*vfljrra-vu-ij lOtONTO. CANADA PIMM Oll-Miaa. mnm



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. MABCH M __ii_ lKt #&*//> CaUinq C OMMANDER N. H013ROOK. V C and Mrs. Holbrook. left BJt\*Am yestculuv by B W.I.A. Mrs WMlb'jry i? from Curacao, whore her hmbnnd Is head of Lloyds .fern Its Comminder and Mr: Sahli have been here f T two monttu ti who i' a close 7r:t.:d of them Joined them there a couple ot wefks ago for a short holiday, Thii* the Holbrook?' and Mixi SahliV fifth visit i. l!:i:bados in five yean. However, next year they expect to grt to Kenya and will probablv vtftt Barbados agnln in 1(42. Commander awaided I OM durnjE submarine Conni They asked Carlo to thank their many Barbadim : time which %  them during their stay her-*. Thev arc rctuniinc li U i<-ao. Here Until Sunday M ISS FLAVIA U\) BuJLAY. %  til be staying at AbbeSt H-.use u.iul Sunday saterday from St. Lucia. Lt. Col. and M were at S< • her. Mrs. %  i Miss Uu Bouiuy Paid Short Visit M R H. II. OILLEAN (Jnr) a mat i returned horn V day in tlv H i Lightning Stay! M R. AND MRS. CVR'L ABRAHAMS, who arrived on 1 by the i |: V. I returning ' E ; They live i tl %  *. . ; i THIS I'K'TI "III el I imim. %  IKIIT mil Mrv Holbrook flOOfJ and third from Ihr left > u-aa Uken ynterda) at Sea w HI shortly before Ukftf left for Irimd.id intronslt lor (urauo and In gland. Mrv V. Hrslhurv on the rxtn-mileft, and Mi's Trud> lafell aho arrompani'd ,,, On Carib Holiday M l -;;s HAIIVEY SCHWA %  i ciM fi" a live, to i %  i-iay uy iiitll Sunthe 0 i to visit Haiti, .itid Nassau, bei On A Routine Visit R IBBRT PIERSON, who is in Day Advenusta la the VlrgUi Islands and Fran* i v H W.I.A. and is staying at the Fnmore Hotel. AUo rresident of the I Ifa Day Adventists bs Is Itlne visit, and will be ban until Sunday. .nm r pi. in Of 1-^ncashirc County C.C. Dire la ol lit lush I %  i i. : .. %  W I A un English cricketer, in id before the %  Lancashire Con ">tb.ill for i M Carib, the Eng.. hkh will %  is siort of fast bowlers with Mi PDI '• Tl i %  I Hotel Engaged George %  of 1 I of M.i' Roekley A Nurse In Yorkshire S TAYING 1 %  B W.I A to Bpw %  %  %  Estate. St K A nursi l>e returning by the "GoHHn." in AugUSt M Met By His Friends R. G. GASSON of Tot-ago. Sekfl at Sam 11 on arrival be %  %  rid I Iv S ithorn and i Woolf, who ha' s refW days' • i.. th tl IstraUM Presentation Of Colours B K PAQ1 DAO C.B.1 M C Comms Area n It W 1 A after going to British Ou i Barbados fur three talion MaJ M. i. Skew s-Coi waa at the him rf Educational Adviser M R. AND MRS. J. L. NICOJ left yesterday for St. Luck, by B.W.I .A., on one w* Mr. Nicol is Educational Advisor to Colonial Development and Welfare. Hope To Return M R AND MRS. A. BfAYBU of Oakville, Ontario, returned to Canada by the Lady NVIwn >•-erday morning. They came down here about two weeks ago on t, ;t to the island and hk< •u much that they hope to co again. Mr Maybee is a retired manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce n Calgary, Alberta. To Meet Aircraft M R GEORGE ADAMS, repreSSDtatlVa Ol Hunting Aer Surveys left for St. Lucia Yesterday hy B W.I.A.. to meet the aircraft which will be used in the irvey of Dominica, and whicri •xpeettd to arrive In St. Lucia yesterday. He hopes to egin work tomorrow. Canadian Medico Leaves D R AND MRS. E. K. LYON of L'-imington, Ontario, Canada, i "turned home yesterday morning by the Lady Nelson liter Bpjsjndli. en;ovable holiday. It was their 11 which they spent it the Ocean View Hotel Returns Home via Trinidad M RS GEORGE CAMACHO ol i getown, RG sites holiday of over six an resterday by B.W.I A for Tnnidad where she will staying for a couple of i .mi; borne, Staying st the Hastings Hotel she all wonderful week nt th" I Work Has Commenced M R. CLARENCE O'NEAL, who returned Irom St. Lu 11.W.I. A told I ..rd to the building el es, work has commenced it. He was away for a couple of days' holi.i!ig with friends Ins Islet. Arrived by the "Nelson" M R. B L. SHAW. Chut Accountant for Bookei... .liana is back in Barbados for a holiday lus way to England for his long leav e, from at the begiiiiLim ngalow on -• %  j mei M Robertson. i> from Kalamasoo and Mrs Vaughn Uvi City. This is their first visit t %  % %  and Kathl J Ui their loud peals o thunder ss the storm ap| the vivid flashes of lightning done by lighting effect, made this de.ippeal to evT>-one. •k On Page 7 3 3 THRU tOVHO i. MUKS in ih.-, r eery saknelrni ".'stumrs are -<-rn danrinc Ihp Polka at Madame Hromovas Dancr Rerital whlrh took pUre at the Fmplre Ihealre last night. The Tiny Tots Had It All Their Way P L A Z A a*M. TREASURE o( 3.LRRA MADRE %  OO ui' %  V-MVIinilHUVMH Comn mmrmm DOGAAT 0 IAMEJ X(;N V in THi: OKLAHl M\ K .j,. M KOSLMAKV LANR • HARVEY MRM A Warner Bl !l.w o.mai mane it ft Bi*o .(ili sompIlundreds of cars encircled the < ntirc block of tfie Empire Theatre last night. a.s trie two performances of Madame Bromovn'.< Dance Recital were thorougni-. enjoyed by the large audiences attending the two si; Excellency the Governor and Mrs. Savage were at the evening's %  To Slnfls out any one of the : special mention Is in%  i graceful performers In 1 programme of almost <". ran, Russian, Spanish. Welsh, Dutch i ling number 'me exerrises which 'ho pupils learn it. %  les who followed hi* numN-r were liny darllnsjs si vhen they missed a step there only added charm ery dainty little folk. The Picture Gallery then followed: Ann Bay ley as Nell wee excellent and her :iagniilcent. The twe bathing belles of the old days in (heir quaint old fashioned bathing suits, caps and pants below the licked on the i splashed each other wW much to the amusement of the crowd Then June Knight's impression of i tennis burlesque another big dashed from one to the other smashing Bl Perhaps the highlight of the recital was the pupils' rendering of "Summer Storm." wall I I'.irt 3 of the programme. It was a simple inabout butterflies, the win b rds and huntsmen; pi' ide a great ton young performers each in their well; Shirley ( the two other b ids in You u .. thmn rj To abiu* ini would o* muii Hard linn. i4> 14 Sugr*t* the fluw u:-i. :.. %  -. a 6u:i 15 IIU ...ikn are not nica is PnUM : %  i urn. i-t 17 Bqiui'i ceitainii no'. %  rjn^t or iMMini) Oe inaiM %  '. -r,ai8 I CKVPTOQl'OTE—Here'"* Row to WOtft it: A X Y D L 11 A 1X1 I* LOMOI i L L W One letter simply stands for another In this example A Is used for the three Ls. X for the two O's. etc Single letters, aposths length and formation of the words are all hints. Each day the code letters arc different A Cryptogram (Quotation JEEl SGCH CDW BDEIYXWI RQ RGI VGKKWDH (ED XYHAEV Hl-V GXDERl'VH ftyalssjaaiai THE BEARDLESS YOUTH, HIS TUTOR BRTNQ w URNOTH DISMISSED. DEUGHT3 IN H0R4SR—HORACR %  ..AC. j) glna dnv-- ney r.' i" Jo and ari'ii lu 00 HUM it I WMn %  > train i* reiormea J l-jon. *> II i n.i. i %  |K i7 .... uasw. in 11 AcroM is thM %  niw. more tnan %  %  %  .i ..B. (41 Jl Vhiuinf IS for vou nd rou Hi %  %  %  % %  l BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER T D2 Afghans "i %  %  %  I %  %  If 1 we should know whethi Marginal \ulv T %  l on -the r %  %  | %  That wv.,. %  %  t At least. u\ concert. (TOMORROW TWO At The Tmnbnnc by Rout r and Mal,ij halfpt Sd It"" asked ti %  aid Knulenough, "it wouldn't %  %  -What good wou Sd the proprietor with %  l.itrrarv Vofa T iitv s.i> thai praised the wrong ing that tbl He themfon had no 'bluib' on. IO->IOIIItOU M4.III' run \uuu. Final Ap p earanca uf the Trinidad HOT SHOTS AMD HIE III >IOIK..\\< OKI IIISII(\ la a Hatlte ul MMk Ihisiuahoul the Xisht DELICIOUS STEAK DINNERS PIMM Itohl I—l ll ll l fc*rl> — Dial 4000 I I slok'fl bouk. to go In Pasting R USSIAN unit %  land lo spy on UH H hew to keep an eve on Russian ; that, unknown to them Russia has sent other agents to spy on Uw aganti UV Th.whola duveultj t. | I thing. It V/OB III. Mils T.i II.' ,i .i ONI CKNT EAI II IIITIf I Blum I 1 i i i i osa m IIY powni i If ci iimiim mm 111. -.in i M i IHMIini. MIKIHIKTo < h FOUNTAIN PENS ILM A Hidr ^uorlment ui PATH un N\ 11 inRg II HUM OOMM i i laai at a cu. P \l M \MI III III oil -II till I. j Cake iiili.tnnun -iii\n,i,i IS TU. a Bolllc LADIES' PANTIES To Clear al '.H I •. Pearh ind lvtir, r r R s i s 1.. Oaai .i so rt COPYIVI. II \l II s I. 1 t. Ill I h HMt I linn I Jl anil BJ I ,. i linn il i-il iiiiiiiSJVAP II' THESE IIIIU.IIXS! MARINE HOTEL DANCE VVIIIIIIAV MI.HI >lar.li SSlk PERCY GREEN & HIS ORCHESTRA Dancing from 9 to all hours-$1.00 Wr r e gasHtfafltag ou IIOl.ll. Worthings NO SHOW TODAY Bsiwaai MS si—sas al . p.m. %  THCVOB llll I I i K 1 Mil I Bl ..„ PQWLgVY, Irani univcv EMIMIIK ro-UAv AI 1SS 'nd S.M J-T Mt'NT sTiioMiirna PI'^SENTS %  •XI Itanmial Llamita uh DlBrlurlr 111 Mill" Hill I.IMMlHIN m.\ >IIM K.l.l PIT is llll IM Bl DANCE AT THE BARBADOS AQUATIC CLUB warn evEjiuxG .., o V/oe4 (Local & Vntltlnj Members Onlr) Music by "HOT SHOTS" Orchesti a, with JOEGRA-sn American Saxophonist; and ROD CLAVARv^C^ (lad.. Top Vocalist. !" " Haw Trinidad CALTPSOES played by Trinidad. Leadinu Orchestra! ADMISSION TO UALLROOM 2n. V(OIUMW 'K'UIU aifMaH % JohnayWEISSMULLER ^jig ., JUNGLE JIM lost T R?BE . MYRNA DEtl ilENA VerDUGO JOSEPH VITAlE^ —/ an. iw..r o..".r." vmUAHKHU %  >.^<~n SAMUIWKJ txlru:"IHIUUEH MAOC" KEEP YOUR HONE AS CLEAN AS A WHISTLE! WE HAVE THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVb COTTON FACTORY Ltd. Land your i /; talrh HUM/I Flab: Books. Fishing L Hullet .nd llrrrin, Twtoea, Braaa Swivels. Rowlocks. Moil ii .„ %  I ',. < lest %  oafea, alvanlsrd l'„ II AMI BROOMS STRAW BHOO.MS •< Mil) BROOMS ItASMSTKR BRISIIKS SCRUB BRISIIKS BOTTLK BRISIIKS CARPET BRLSIII %  TOILET BRISIIKS and IIOI.DKRS SELECT EARLY FROM THE CORNER STORE B R 0 0 M S


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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Friday, March 24, 1950
Frequency: daily
regular
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Friday
Marrh 2 I
1930.
BarfratoHs
fcrcate
//
Price:
VIVE CENTS
Year 5 5.
ftfENZIES ACTS AGAINST COMMUNISTS
Tree Has Plans For!
Local Craftsmen
To Earn $ IS.
Local Company Formed
w Council
X ill Meet
24
* 9CHRME to sell Barbadian farnltur<
in (be United States wm luld to ihe \A\ .
4jV h> Mr. Ronald Tree, of Heron Bay, Si. James.
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April -/-r
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reRiird to fUTOil
He had *
mind, waj
int thai tatetf

by the l' K at to en-1
courage and foster enpc*
the colonies to the USA., with the
!
"
Colonial AtUCbl
and the United Kingdom
ap[winteii irwM '
areas of the US A u.
and foster Brit
Colonial n
gaWOUNgeaaYMM'
Ho had '
il
seeing what cou d

AdrarMr Cnrtrn-'i

Replies :
potters ot the Intt i
|ppr Council 10
lor restricting sugar production
Ht coming In verj slowly. But
t* meet inn the Council's

for London on April 2*. will not
Cpattponed. even il .vuueneom-

itadablf. :S anticipaU
al delepte* will make iht
mnu verbally.
It will be remembered that the
-swung was originally tlxed for
jbruary 28. but was postponed
pirukUy to givt time for West
lulian producers to come to i
aeosion on the -mount of sugar
aid Ix- supplying \>
BnUin under bulk purchase
agreement
Nn Markets
From the point
International Sugar Council the
larger quantity ot Ihe sugar avail-
ible for free sale 'be belter The
rlUllUI |
Bt production by finding new
arkeu. a praanlMnt Sugar
IttcuU has remarked on
tse fact tnat millions of people In
da Araa world ot the Middle
east still I. l I luxury
budgets
over the production "1 sugar .-i
programmes designed to
tie purchasing power of back-
nrd KftU
It is doubted whether the
Catwn proposal will be
mnpathetically by the majority
at the delegates at the forth-
coming meeting. But il is to bo
raBtmbered that this is .
gtonical discussion to render the
upon to the Council itself.
(By Cablet.
ONLY HOPE
monn. March 21.
The extit it, t;i i -
ml otto Ernst Reiner,
May that it would b>
te Germans to join an anU-
lortet front. General Rcmer wai
Rpb'ing as "legitimate speaker
far the German wartime genera-
ten"m the lieuuhc Reich
aattaag to Winston CKurchill'a
proposal that West
dwuld make a positive contribu-
ten (or European Dab i
The newspaper speaks for the
Dt usche SoiUriilUclM
fan*, claiming a membership oi
MM. Henu'i. who ami
Berlin rising timed to
wffli Ihe Hitler bomb plot Of) Julj
R\ 1144, ringing o'
Wan Germany into tlie Atlantic
Fact woulu absolute
war.
"We have no longer any cfaartCO
The only chance Ol out
tai impending world oott
avoiding taking gacV
wing the Western Pimm* no
F*Htt for bringing wa
.nty plans.
A nnct Dautralltj
Rawante* [or the .Lvoidance of a
War.
No Guarantee!
not attord to join the
teopean Council, whosa mem-
ot able to gi\-
rntornic
the event ol

ana
pokaaman of the
'
yemment's proposal
e a be-
t..ld rt-

f .."Adenauer's appeal
* to i constitutional \
Just nonsense. W<
; Jte constitution
Q*hnn Democ.-atic Rein.
aaa
*A pran
5* the cam
Pjcratic and
**ten by Potsd-.m and
J"tion of ihe Qccupati
w other colonia'l instil
** Germany" he added-Reutrr
Indonesia Abolished
Militar> Kulr
IKA
.uinneaia has At-
g"'" Prtnupl.
^"** Boewono. announced
[Emergency Powers Invoked
Greece ''Conimuiiist Party WiU
Gets Ne* Be utla^d
i t\t KEEPER HILL ireartei i bteafc mIImii usd mink*, look* hack (rrT aaaad
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WALLONIA CONTlMhS IV/Y-
LEOPOLD ACTIOIS
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until ol 28 i
war m IH14, :
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i,;l>
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i
The night before la--:
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CANBERRA, Marcn 23.
AUSTRALIA today invoked far reaching emer
gency powersincluding the banning of meet-
ings, and the death penalty for treasonto tight
Labour disorders and Communism.
The Prime Minister, Robert Menxies, said the
Emergency Crimes Act would be used against
Communists pending the passing of legislation to
outlaw the Communist Party.
Faced with steel and shipping strikes. Austrslb i
ite> ol ''!]
Pederi terj .....
he UMrgtncy pi
teporUtaon wou
Fascist attack of atfil Tllt> I i
M.-i gteg I
lh the right to sltike.' tv
Russiu Caif
"Walk Across
Europe*'
WHEHRA, March 23.
Joseph Chifley, formar Auatrri-
.in Praenter, told ihe Mouse o
'day tba'
letting .my con
I
< ippoaitio'
|D AfTnii

important, but
it might aan ba/ore
.,'! \l.-.-'
rum the Pacifle, but he had i
jld "walk i"'
i
The Crimes M Go\-
ernment emarganc]
widespread nature
I'ruclaination
i
i
that those
tfuiit.v uf an t the
proclamation would be Hal

not burn In A laid ba

of aeri
trial I
and nmong
"1' old a tense House.
..i with Comnv
for all We will
Tinun-
isls." It
i: lime."
i i> the be-
iinniiiK lid no more
war that eouid arise
han could the Vfagttrn Dem-
Thci <

i i .glu .-iunplete-
illse even her i

war i'i Europe, but \>
tl.....
mini which has
Rrater
AUSTRALIA WILL INSIST



i told Pai
.
Ranter,

i
.... |
with tin
meant it i
not pro,
drift. Powers, which now < xisted

Commui
Public Support
.' th>
ii i ut WOtlld have the sup-
i-.ii .i \ ind
and
I


i olutlon
Com-
i.
seeilon& of me Ait, range
a> an page I

"There never wa,
CROWN ATTORNEY
FOR ANTIGUA




LABOUR GOVT. REFl SIC
SERETSE DEB \ TE
iB> iK\Mi: ft, WKtllloNi
LON!) I


Khama affair It alv> fixed budget d
i next crucial test of its pn-cariou
authority.
The
chequer know.
Uon '( '
.......
.....vilr of tlH>
1 ill .1 .lgL.lK.ll
of Khama' rsueftelnal
Liberals
re motion.


9 KILLED IN PLANE
CRASH
tekaj

^,r :-..-.t if the
r~A KciatrlL U
.. Cable,
Prime Minister
leader of
I, was not
-
"We and n

"inifteaiiM* I aavla aaaa
.leein
iired** trd f^laini
lung its own sup- I '
i
;
rorts lov .
'

a bard budget
The polltf I labour.
. :. ..

r *Y"
PoUcemen Injured
U\ Hand (irenade



:*>Ut 4J0I


Where Man may not
Venture Alone
On* Hour M Uh
franco
MAORI!
Di

I'.t iitri

PERONISTA MEDALS

B
i Op

< limit
l.tin- in the i.nii|-ui\
nl olhnn mmI erith tBff
|irii.-ii,..l -hmI.- . linked lu-.ili. i go lliat each
individual i- |M<.te. led l\ llie -kill. -Ireil^tll -illd
.-\| i m in ,.\ In .:niil|.
To pniteel llie hn..ii.i.d (lllme ol In- luveil gaggfj,
the liiiinU iikiii aYaBalf MfetfUgrdfl m>l mdike llior
of the iiiMii|ilaiiii-er.
Firs* be inu-l join ili<- thrifty* -H-ieliani p*a9|aM
\l.....Ull LlfC Ill-Ill,lllff.
Saxond gf I polii .mlder lie will Im- linked Hith
ilioii>aiul- v*hit-e .....drilled unit) ind itravafui
guarantee -eeurilv Fol ill. d< |m nd< nl- "i one .tii.l ..11.
Third Uafl e\|t. i i in ed : 111.1.1 ll. e ol I I i fe Itl-lll-
;ui"i' i. pie-eiit.iltve vs ill iliret t 1**ii. llatea| lh* bttel
Meat* I" Id- nljeeti\e.
MANUFACTURERS
LIFE
INSURANCE
COMPANY -
NIA0 OIIICI
t Renter. >
Mi.UiMWiM.'l
i*vfljrra-vu-ij
lOtONTO. CANADA
pimm Oll-Miaa. mnm


PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. MABCH M
__ii_ lKt
#&*//> CaUinq
COMMANDER N. H013ROOK.
V C and Mrs. Holbrook.
left BJt-
\*Am yestculuv by B W.I.A. Mrs
WMlb'jry i? from Curacao, whore
her hmbnnd Is head of Lloyds
.fern Its
Comminder and Mr:
Sahli have been here
fT two monttu
" ti
who i' a close 7r:t.:d of them
Joined them there a couple ot
wefks ago for a short holiday,
Thi- i* the Holbrook?' and Mixi
SahliV fifth visit i. l!:i:bados in
five yean. However, next year
they expect to grt to Kenya and
will probablv vtftt Barbados agnln
in 1(42.
Commander
awaided I OM durnjE
-
submarine Conni
They asked Carlo to thank their
many Barbadim
: time which
them during their stay her-*.
Thev arc rctuniinc li
U i<-ao.
Here Until Sunday
MISS FLAVIA U\) BuJLAY.
til be staying at Abbe-
St H-.use u.iul Sunday
saterday from St. Lucia.
Lt. Col. and M
were at S< her. Mrs.
i Miss Uu Bouiuy
Paid Short Visit
MR H. II. OILLEAN (Jnr) a
mat i
returned horn
V
day in tlv
H i
Lightning Stay!
MR. AND MRS. CVR'L
ABRAHAMS, who arrived on
1 by the
i .
|: V.
I
returning ' E;
They live i
tl
*. ; i
THIS I'K'TI "III el I imim. ikIit mil Mrv Holbrook flOOfJ and
third from Ihr left > u-aa Uken ynterda) at Sea w HI shortly
before Ukftf left for Irimd.id intronslt lor (urauo and In gland.
Mrv V. Hrslhurv on the rxtn-mi- left, and Mi's Trud> lafell
aho arrompani'd ,,,
On Carib Holiday
Ml -;;s HAIIVEY
SCHWA
iciM fi" a
live, to
i .
i-iay uy
iiitll Sun-
the 0
i to visit Haiti,
.itid Nassau, be-
i
On A Routine Visit
R. IBBRT PIERSON, who
is in
Day Advenusta la the VlrgUi
Islands and Fran*
i v H W.I.A. and is stay-
ing at the Fnmore Hotel. AUo
rresident of the I
Ifa Day Adventists bs Is
Itlne visit, and will be
ban until Sunday.
. .nm r pi. in Of
1-^ncashirc County C.C.
Dire la ol lit lush I
' i
i. :
.. .
W I A un
English cricketer, in id before the
'
Lancashire Con
">tb.ill for
i .
M Carib,
the Eng.. hkh will
.
is siort of fast bowlers
with Mi
Pdi ' Tl
i
-

I Hotel
Engaged
George

of 1
I
of M.i'
Roekley
A Nurse In Yorkshire
STAYING
1

B W.I A to Bpw


Estate. St K '
A nursi
l>e returning by the "GoHHn." in
AugUSt
M
Met By His Friends
R. G. GASSON of Tot-ago.
Sekfl at Sam
11 on arrival be

rid I Iv S ithorn and
i Woolf, who ha' s re-
fW days'
i.. th tl
IstraUM
Presentation Of Colours
BK PAQ1 DAO
C.B.1 M C Comms
Area n
It W 1 A
after going to British Ou
i
Barbados fur three
talion MaJ
M. i. Skew s-Coi waa at the
him rf
Educational Adviser
MR. AND MRS. J. L. NICOJ
left yesterday for St. Luck,
by B.W.I .A., on one w*
Mr. Nicol is Educational Advisor
to Colonial Development and Wel-
fare.
Hope To Return
MR AND MRS. A. BfAYBU of
Oakville, Ontario, returned
to Canada by the Lady NVIwn >--
erday morning. They came down
here about two weeks ago on t,
;t to the island and hk<
u much that they hope to co
again.
Mr Maybee is a retired manager
of the Canadian Bank of Commerce
n Calgary, Alberta.
To Meet Aircraft
MR GEORGE ADAMS, repre-
SSDtatlVa Ol Hunting Aer
Surveys left for St. Lucia Yester-
day hy B W.I.A.. to meet the air-
craft which will be used in the
irvey of Dominica, and whicri
xpeettd to arrive In St.
Lucia yesterday. He hopes to
egin work tomorrow.
Canadian Medico Leaves
DR AND MRS. E. K. LYON of
L'-imington, Ontario, Canada,
i "turned home yesterday morning
by the Lady Nelson liter Bpjsjndli.
en;ovable holiday. It was their
11 which they spent
it the Ocean View Hotel
Returns Home via
Trinidad
MRS GEORGE CAMACHO ol
i getown, RG sites .
holiday of over six an
resterday by b.w.i a
for Tnnidad where she will
staying for a couple of
i .mi; borne, Staying st the
Hastings Hotel she all
wonderful week nt th" I
Work Has Commenced
MR. CLARENCE O'NEAL, who
returned Irom St. Lu
11.W.I.a told I
..rd to the building el
es, work has commenced
it. He was
away for a couple of days' holi-
.i!ig with friends
Ins Islet.
Arrived by the "Nelson"
MR. B L. SHAW. Chut
Accountant for Bookei...
.liana is back in Barba-
dos for a holiday
, lus way to England for
his long leave,
ad on the "Lady Nelson",!
and is staying at Cacrabank.
With Bookers In B.G.
MR. AND MRS. ALISTAIlf D
FALCONER and then,
daughter "Penny'' have arrived '
Barbados for a holiday and art'
UiattS .d "Cacrabank "
Mr Falconer is an Enein is Mechanical Tillage Co-Ofdlns
tor for Bookers, British Oulana.
A Bungalow At Heron
Beach
MISS C T. EDWARDS. Mrs
M i in I 1' :M ' and her
diughter Mis Walter Vaughn IcL
Barbados yesterday. (M Haw
York, via Antigua, St. Ti
Puerl i Rico sari. Vaughn arrived
Daeambar i. 1949. and bar
ti January 1.
Th#j wen loaned bj Ml i
1 who i> from
at the begiiiiLim
ngalow on
- j mei M
Robertson. i> from Kalamasoo and
Mrs Vaughn Uvi
City. This is their first visit t


and Kathl
J
Ui their loud peals o
thunder ss the storm ap|
the vivid flashes of lightning done
by lighting effect, made this de-
.ippeal to evT>-one.
k On Page 7
3 3
THRU tOVHO i. muks in ih.-,r eery saknelrni ".'stumrs are
-<-rn danrinc Ihp Polka at Madame Hromovas Dancr Rerital
whlrh took pUre at the Fmplre Ihealre last night.
The Tiny Tots Had It
All Their Way
P
L
A
Z
A
a*M.
TREASURE o(
3.LRRA MADRE
OO ui'

V-MVIinilHUVMH
Comn
mmrmm dogaat 0 iamej X(;N.V
in THi: OKLAHl m\ K.j,. M
koslmakv LANR HARVEY MRM
A Warner Bl
!l.w
o.- mai mane it ft Bi*o
.(ili somp-
Ilundreds of cars encircled the
< ntirc block of tfie Empire Theatre
last night. a.s trie two perform-
ances of Madame Bromovn'.<
Dance Recital were thorougni-.
enjoyed by the large audiences
attending the two si;
Excellency the Governor and Mrs.
Savage were at the evening's

To Slnfls out any one of the
: special mention Is in-

i graceful
performers In 1
programme of almost <".
ran, Russian, Spanish. Welsh,
Dutch i
ling number
'me exer-
rises which 'ho pupils learn it.

les who followed
hi* numN-r were liny darllnsjs
si ir* aii'Menre the mom
So also
sir colour-

'
VlkinS. Rnsemarv Burke.
ind Phyllis Ftt7-
ghtfully perform-
ed, and the Daisy (ham which
followed soon afterwards was

. >vhen they missed a step
there only added charm
ery dainty little folk.
The Picture Gallery then fol-
lowed: Ann Bay ley as Nell
wee excellent and her
:iagniilcent. The twe
bathing belles of the old days in
(heir quaint old fashioned bathing
suits, caps and pants below the
licked on the i
splashed each other wW
much to the amusement of the
crowd Then June Knight's im-
pression of i tennis burlesque
another big
dashed from one
to the other smashing Bl '
Perhaps the highlight of the
recital was the pupils' rendering
of "Summer Storm." wall I
I'.irt 3 of the programme.
It was a simple in-
about butterflies, the win
b rds and huntsmen; pi'
ide a great ton
young performers each in their
well; Shirley
( the two other b ids
in You u ..
thmn .
rj To abiu* ini would o* muii
Hard linn. i4>
14 Sugr*t* the fluw u:-i. :..-. -
a 6u:i
15 IIU ...ikn are not nica
is PnUM : i urn. i-t
17 Bqiui'i ceitainii
no'.
rjn^t or iMMini)
Oe inaiM
'.
-r-
,ai8 I
CKVPTOQl'OTEHere'"* Row to WOtft it:
A X Y D L 11 A 1X1
I* LOMOI i L L W
One letter simply stands for another In this example A Is used
for the three Ls. X for the two O's. etc Single letters, apos-
ths length and formation of the words are all hints.
Each day the code letters arc different
A Cryptogram (Quotation
JEEl SGCH CDW BDEIYXWI RQ RGI
VGKKWDH (ED XYHAEV Hl-V GXDERl'VH
ftyalssjaaiai the beardless youth, his
TUTOR BRTNQ w URNOTH DISMISSED. DEUGHT3 IN
H0R4SRHORACR

..AC. j)
glna dnv--
ney r.' i" Jo and ari'ii -
lu 00
Hum it
I WMn > train i* reiormea
J l-jon. *> II
i n.i. i

|K i7
....
uasw. in
11 AcroM is thM

niw. more tnan


.i \ A lln>..B. (41
Jl Vhi- uinf IS for vou nd rou
Hi


l
BY THE WAY
By BEACHCOMBER
TD2 Afghans "i
I

.
If 1
we should know whethi .
Marginal \ulv
T-

l on -the r

. |

That wv.,.


t At least. u\
concert.
(TOMORROW TWO At The
Tmnbnnc by Rout r and Mal MeUnttsJtJ
MaUun J irliliiiiluhn
A PRO!
drlnkli
i | .i owl t'f i lual
:.i .i credulous lad] led U

I IV/erful luggage. who
i Alien she moved,
Bl Maclou, heard
. reui 00 B windy nitfiil
Of sun,ii.i ii
i

i fly
in ointment, pig
bee in Unmet, bat in
' bafgaga
i she said.

. eeUulold, wrap-
in paper "How nu
the baggage "Four pound* Ibne
ilfpannyM replied
. ; ..:
.bout the
>,ij halfpt
Sd It"" asked ti
aid Knulenough, "it wouldn't


-What good wou
Sd the proprietor with
l.itrrarv Vofa
Tiitv s.i> thai
praised the wrong
ing that tbl
He themfon had no 'bluib'
on.
IO->IOIIItOU M4.III'
run \uuu.
Final Appearanca uf the Trinidad
HOT shots
AMD HIE
III >IOIK..\\< OKI IIISII(\
la a Hatlte ul MMk Ihisiuahoul the Xisht
DELICIOUS STEAK DINNERS
PIMM Itohl Illllll fc*rl> Dial 4000
I
I
slok'fl
bouk.
to go
In Pasting
RUSSIAN unit -
land lo spy on Uh H
hew to keep an eve on Russian
; that, unknown to them
Russia has sent other agents to
spy on Uw aganti UV
Th.- whola duveultj t. |
I
thing.
It V/OB III. Mils
T.i II.' ,i .i
ONI CKNT EAI II
IIITIf I
Blum I
1 i
i i i osa
m iiy powni i
If ci
iimiim mm
111.
-.in i M i
IHMIini. MIKIHIK-
To < h
FOUNTAIN PENS
ILM
A Hidr ^uorlment
ui PATH un
n\ 11 inRg II .
hum OOMM
i i laai at a cu.
P \l M \MI III III oil -II ti-
ll I. j Cake
iiili.tn- nun -iii\n,i,i
IS TU. a Bolllc
LADIES' PANTIES
To Clear al
'.H I .
Pearh ind lvtir,
r r r s i s
1.. Oaai .i
so rt
COPYIVI. II \l II s
I. 1 t.
Ill I h HMt I linn I .
Jl anil BJ I ,.
i linn
il i-il iiiiiii-
SJVAP II' THESE IIIIU.IIXS!
MARINE
HOTEL
DANCE
VVIIIIIIAV MI.HI >lar.li SSlk
PERCY GREEN & HIS ORCHESTRA
Dancing from 9 to all hours-$1.00
Wr *re gasHtfafltag ou
IIOl.ll. Worthings
NO SHOW TODAY
Bsiwaai ms sisas al . p.m.
THCVOB
llll I I i K 1 Mil I
Bl .. PQWLgVY, Irani univcv
EMIMIIK
ro-UAv ai 1SS 'nd S.M j-t
Mt'NT sTiioMiirna pi'^sents
XI
Itanmial Llamita
uh DlBrlurlr 111 Mill"
Hill I.IMMlHIN
m.\ >iim
K.l.l PIT
- is llll IM Bl
DANCE
AT
THE BARBADOS AQUATIC CLUB
warn evEjiuxG .., oV/oe4
(Local & Vntltlnj Members Onlr)
Music by "HOT SHOTS" Orchesti a, with JOEGRA-sn
American Saxophonist; and ROD CLAVARv^C^
(lad.. Top Vocalist. ' "
Haw Trinidad CALTPSOES played by Trinidad.
Leadinu Orchestra!
ADMISSION TO UALLROOM -
- 2n.
- V-
(OIUMW 'K'UIU
aifMaH
%
JohnayWEISSMULLER
^jig ., JUNGLE JIM
lostTr?be
. MYRNA DEtl ilENA VerDUGO JOSEPH VITAlE^ /
an. iw..r o..".r." vmUAHKHU >.^<~n SAMUIWkJ
txlru:- "IHIUUEH MAOC"
KEEP YOUR
HONE AS
CLEAN AS
A WHISTLE!
WE HAVE
THE BARBADOS
CO-OPERATIVb
COTTON FACTORY Ltd.
Land your i /;
talrh huM/i
Flab: Books. Fishing L
Hullet .nd llrrrin, '
Twtoea, Braaa Swivels.
Rowlocks. Moil ii .
I ',. < lest oafea,
alvanlsrd l'
II AMI BROOMS
STRAW BHOO.MS
< Mil) BROOMS
ItASMSTKR BRISIIKS
SCRUB BRISIIKS
BOTTLK BRISIIKS
CARPET BRLSIII
TOILET BRISIIKS
and IIOI.DKRS
SELECT EARLY
FROM
THE CORNER STORE
B
R
0
0
M
S


|KH,\. MAKCH -M. l:,li
{)ieri(a has disarm
'beyomd safety point
EISENHOWER
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
F&Ct. TiliUE

..........
peasants Are
Dissatisfied
istive to '

aid (or th
-- 194(<

m ibih ...f......
., V. (ratvlord (C I
^ t< Assembly

'< maui-

tbstii dit,
WMcan.
BMlM in,." ayallaLI.- (
* ,.! value of ; Moot , klv.,. :
2m, proprielor* and small
E generally w:m
i i :.'" umii ii I
Bin olasx-.olherp.od.ic- ,,,. -
5".an'l.!,!r,;'i",,.f.'^: -"">
;Ak (SU dim n" >'!*> ......
a> of P4i' laiti"" *s during ihi

-^ fnr canes
RTwirc arc less thor
n!w "*< w
Kair I'm.
whal the

French Police
Hold Woman
Communist
HMutrueUon in Si.
be hunt r.
II
In the iK-tir f 1111111*.
Selassie Wants
Eritreun
Solution
' 'poll-
. .* that the fin-
s' bit muat I
itelj if f.irther
. .
\ddis Ababa yesterd.,
Ofttd the Emperor a*
i i
Erttrean people in regar !
i*,. | '.:*..:-
If li we
N
. I
- laanri
i

habitants wrr
-aid
The ,-at
-
offort

...-

Ki ul-r
j Do Gov.
kr an. step
in <.-'''
RMVa
it is rar batti.
or possible
iiiu-iii propose la Let lAKib, March U
. guwitM thai
is pel
answer lo Question Import;
as. j be m the negative, will ;
QBttmmt'iit slate 'lit- reason: An ei
to- ** ,fou:i to share
iradea" ana
iIm-w that maintained in Irailtage of her
i|) Dr. C Y. Shephard in Ins 0. intl
Report on the sugar Indus- ^nd co-
try Hnrbado* has reeom- "' 'ne people
menaed since 1947 that the
ndard cost of manuf*
1
1
far belli

Rente)

be
tunng sujjar should
ed annually,
bl that a Committi i
Houses of the !a-k i
which was apt*
consider nil : a
recommended "thai the
Government should itaeif
collect and ana
from which the ea
condition of th.
not the only industry
colony can be contln
exhibited."
lei the Government's allega-
tion that there Is at \
no suitable offtot r available
to undertake the del
latistical work
400 Families Evacuate
Flood Threatened Town
MELBOURNE, Mai
AMPHEBII
ran an aUnight shuttle atrvio,

South Wales' worst Rood are*. One tbii
had been cleared from the OnUsga
ft, nwQ
I laUlaMaf*! I g \ I I *
^^I#JtTf_,l 1U UeOe umbtdKe Mvei
f~y - the
I ikturriicc Vhi\rt
verely
Official; of 'our major Uniti

baga to hall down b)
Orai
Four Farmers
>etToU.S.
ess Move
was!iin*.to.\. Han
uncial:; of four major Unitt.
nn organisations today
opposed a Congression.i
Mibstitute fann turpluai
tn the European Racovarj Pf
cramme. In a joint letter
Jumps Prom
"VV liispering
Gallery"
i
|


.ould be necessary m
Dr. Sheph"" '
*U1 Ike Go^rnmrnt ,..
iiaW, lo plene,n
J-nendano,, ., >" yeslerd.y bou-
I Vtaa aoawer to QuttUor. fhe
fat the negative, will the I
5 plea* ..e ,h, n
Congress, they said tin
wuuld 1' ;
Russian claim thai America is
Bcononat co-operatio-i
(rattan for the purpose ol
lumping its farm surpluses"
The House ol Representative-
iTair- Commlltee had cut
M ,000.000.00b (loin lie
s2,950.ooo.ooo raquMtad
lent amount ol
products. The Hill Is due for de-
spent the nigh1

.


continued
i akw lasl
UN. Tells Britain
Abolish Whipping
Ta. n nSRpy^ Marcn 2a
:aVr^ nsTr''"''


aaaaai
the ralllnaji
_______

'mmmii n \i Benni
They
-- .........."'"^ ii i('*m i
JoI to-day reecimmended that
i should abolish whipping
JLy In th.
""now Appi, .
jA*J*rtn'','>i Assembly on Brit-
TOr/du.mi: l48, the i
^ "Pwiwide.1 Britain I
ma^ In U



"fji i ,n,.,i.iU- tapi August, when a JS-year-oL i
Damaged 1^ Fire

imaged a

-' Acquitted On
fascist Charge
LONDON. M
Two men alleged to
.
l nminal Coun
i i
cinania, when the Pal<
'Sword in The Di
The tilm. which ihoa
throwing .. 11

taken off atti oar at the
Clapping from the back, the
>i guilty1
old John Cook
I'lle
that both had
the Union
: Moaeley.

K'.iin
.ban




to fruit
de QOUUW



station were leaning but
The full force ol Ihi
MurrumhM

ing to potici
will he 7 * .ii,> parti

Rente.
BrlpiiiiiV Priv\
Council Met'!
a i' Lin |j., i
.i,
gainst Leopold'i retui n
i inly, 4.ooo

J
"Stnp l.eo|Mild Mi.im;
In l.ieg.-
Andre Ratnari
aeral of the
ominatOd Fl deration.
eclared at a "stop-Leopold'
Meeting. "Let Helgmm'i; umt>
Deriav so that Walloma may live
It is poaaible thni :
i ome tace to tace
nth troops and
Walloon I
' en hall hold
At It is tor WhIIom
I at stake, that we are
"in this nani
'noughoui Wui:
.
nhtmg force I'mil Seg-. i
Catholic M tnmunKa-
tiOM m the C.ietakt,
i i l all to irain-
gin danM I
l Igh, to displa-e the
: esponubility of the solution i
[Ian crisis" thh respons-
ommuniquo said, lies
Ing ; meeting of tt.
catholic executive, M Auguate
rrner chairman o(
-artime Cabinet
and, "The meeting q| |ba
I Stale this afternoon
aato i 'iiipoae this
body, are known beforehunn
tk lad hMtltutlon,
KeHter.


[ HMtttqfc.. j
Specially designed for Barbados, this
bicwn broque is now on show in
leading stores. Sec them tor yourself.
made by
JOHN WHITE
means made just right
Czeeh Refugee*
Trained As Spies
PRAOI
Czechoslovak Intenui
N al .
! poiitn-ai rafug)
being trained as spies lo
eamps and sent back e^uipu.-.!
with American and Gem.
wcepone,
curity Estimate*ubou1.
of the total Czech budget M
bad the task of
the violent attacks of '
' !UCS".

Noaek said, "in
. .....
in weapons i

' k Mud nil who offended
agatnal Ha though
ix> draaaed
deall with aceord-
( Renter <
Londfiii Gets Toueli
Of Pageantr;
.
i >i Bo*
bandrlo,
LI



ii .oassadors to the
Until now. motO
ased. Ti .
. 00 went tr

i landau rarr..
the Ambassad.

i }:<
ifheson Studies
I- .& .-lid For Asia
WA8HIN0T0I1

leieen on i
Affain bagan an
i
meuures foi Bon
Mr Acheaon called li
sador at large Philip C Jessup
land the Assistant Secretary of
state, Mr. w. Walton Butterworth
to report :heir findings on recent
:ripft.
neans of
bolstering the new frl D

C"mmunHt preeatl
the most urgent matter ReuUrr
/.7 Policemen
Injuvod
ROANW

"

1.500 peoplr t .

ing taken fi
tral France.
rtones a;
APPEAL FOR ECONOMIC
UNION OF VV. EUROPE
STRASDOUHO Mar, h 23
An urgent nppeal for
lini.m of Western Eki
I to-day to th,
itea f the Euio-
re Assembly he,
ation from U
' lira I "ininm.-
I
Boaaar.

Sei Free To Die
DETROIT. Mich.. Ma,
an -ild woman .
laon to-day to joki he
ad die. She Is Mrs. Min
lasl It yi
passion slaying of tier husbanc
ATOMISED" TRF>
all
irees can be "atomised"
to Dr. I. R. Thiesmeyei. .
Of the Pulp and Paper Reseat* I.
Institute, who formerly j
in atomic research
legate., to a COn-

bniques could i* put .*o
good use ration, nu-
trition anrl .timulatio.'.
trowth
me thai migir
i. the applicatKi.
of radio active-material would
pay the entire bill for

Reutcr.
BETTER FACILITIES
FOR DUTCH COWS
THE HAGUE, Match &
fHEDUTi ORmi rww lfRul:l.
on Dutch cattle boata, folkrwini
it of 847 cows died on the any
today
, ,ln r,1(' 'be referring tn 847 Frisian
V-aoour meml- ...rth abot,
Oil We-ll EngulrecTBy Fire
Fire today engulfed
t>etro.eiiin rompaf\ -
here. Tin

miles aw;.
derrick, and Injured thi
Company offlcia.
started from a spark at
head Experts were rusruns ''
the scone. I
.hambei.
Me'' and
.
-bout 15,000.000
.npped to Peru on the
il- 2.600 ton Dutch ship "Eendracht"
Food. Mr


ddle of December last
The cattle belonged to 'he
"Banca Agneola" of Pern, and
total Of .1.000 heaO
na rtwimUtlvcs to Fneilano
tpCM ..
I cattle bread ti
arned tnat 150 of the
animals had deed
igeaw of
Sons of Rotler-

Ing, when asked
..** could
been the length of the
tad l>ecn shorter
The H anderstood (Renter.)
Menzies Acts Pakistan Asked To
Relieve Hindu
Refugees
iium page i
laws, nice i ivid-i

. .
northern ,
...l Uaeca,
threat*. a -jay.
induMi>
plaining '
to nave
Tramwaymen in Victoria ha.'
: > "hooli-
Reater.
Si


rolhng ch harvc

: aid that Communl
teveloped

i
here
-
as rntolei
i ommuni>t
uig-leaoers In U*
ed up,

GENERAL BRADLEY
FOR THE HAGUE
Reater.

enemli
Mil' a
>cop1c VI i
.it onl)
nemies I
n

of lockout ..tniK tl;<





Ranter.
"Sorry I can'
v^'t/Don't let s
t\~i' happen to you
Don'f bo sorry
go safe us-'nq Amclln. -
Oao -> I
Dm.-
\mohn
DON'T NECLEC1 LifTiE W/?..j
TMI THING TO Utl 15
UNGUENTlNli
No kH-> H^P
do -'al oo'n-'q
IIUM MM
.. nOHl isricliON
IO-OH MIAlINt-

tiiiiiuoinvi'
nltfa
Talks In CsMdierra

i lacusetni .

i

vould le '
.
Conunonwi
ronfarenci Keuier
EHJOYTHB
vital aow
OFHSALTH
DR MORSES
18% PILLS

hiipFEFTo


tvtra
*
inusno rtMCin |
FOHOWIh |
I
G^i
BEWARE of worms!
i I
I
LIGHT & POWER
TROUBLE FREE
INSTAI. -
"LISTER"
ALTERNATOR SETS
I. It K.. I.II -II in Mil I.'. ITOM
3 K.W.
.1 K.W.
I" Ml.
16 K.W.
a K-w.
All rcmiilrlr m Itli ~ VolUac
Kraul I
A P li I
lilt; It \HH\IHtS HH VH1 LUI.
WILLIAM FOi.ARTY LID.
INC. IN B.C.
LADIES!
WE HAVI IU8T Kl i l n I li
Af> IN "III UXOUB MTAB1
NYLON NIGHT DKtSStS
'In Won
NVION PANTIES
TAILORED SLA(KS
AND
LADIES' LINEN DRFSSFS



I'W.I KICK
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
RWi)u>#AW(MTE longed In The Golden
Pagoda
OIH HI Xltllis SAY
f..... i
-a.. M. Broad St.. Brtdavtowt
Fridn>. March 24, 1950
O||orfiiiiil>

vment
[nor Induiti
chance must be taken.
The offer is being made.
Mr. Ronald Tree, whose name is known
throughout financial circles in the United
Kingdom and thn United States, is so im-
nd by tin' high quality <-f craftsman-
ship in Barbados, that he is sponsoring an
attempt to sell Barbadian and Dominican
products in the United SI
Elsewhere in this issue the details of the
proposed scheme are outlined l>\ M:
and it is for Barbadians U< decide whether
the opportunity provided is to be taken.
Mr. Tree's initiative and the enthusiasm
shnwn by local merchants deserve sin
and the craftsmen of Barbados encouragement There will be no success
failure) unles.s the Government of
Barbados unreservedly throws in its
:it in support of the proposed new
minor industry.
Private enterprise and private initiative
will be rewarded and the economy of Bar-
bados strengthened only if the (.
ment is prepared to foil
Trinidad and Jamaica in givil
five '. Industry
: compliment could be paid to
; badoa than
that | Tie.- when ho publicly
ii-iy !u re bul m id'1 I
'
hi^h quah1
Mr. Tl
since furniture In his Barba-
dian 1
Nor can I
market oi Barbadian pottery be lightly
dismissed. Mi Tree's name in tin- BlU
world
bitter disappointment over the rej<
latlVQ Council of the K<
tion to expand the pottery industry
ticern.
kind ol Ind
that r i .hi attract, i" complement, not
replace, its earnii
I an only lie
cold-ahould<
eeoiioijiv.
The cl Tree is (sub-
e that
I rash
1 i problems ol the

H< .t and
i me is
In his opinion (and his


ed
to the futui i thing


ii n of their
llOUld result
I I
II ol of
1

Is on the
. eminent ol
Foi u
iturc
That w m howe> er, tint
is wise It by Mi
..; An;, rica
time sin()|. .
unless
-
.; ow ii chai
11 Will MV
: k< ii to
er< be
failui i
nis Jatest
1 8 my visit
1 I um jus:
ppad out bare-

the shario ng, covered
Ims, sunlit,
:id gold courtyard.
i, Idba, kne'i in old
He was a peasant judge by his
IIS Hrflon lliloi.r
3 Expelled from iis civil
all but a handful of the '.
Burmese and Indian official
I ved in the highly efl
BurmPse civil service und. :
British (and thus reduced tht
ministration to .in incredibK i
of incompetence and corruption).I
4 Refused to join in SO]
of defence pact against
beauty of the Pagodi.
Bui. like Mr. Bevin. I had
j cash "witho..*
I had attached no conditions as
to how it was to be used, stipu-
lated tm I be render- m"n>" penetration of Asia
ed in return 5 Directed its main military
The only difference between us " * fighting the am.
TrorrTn'n'e "of 'the ls <* mj ni*t d pro-Br.Ush Rare.,
own rupees, Mr. Bevin is offerini *'b. while leaving the Conv
mm .e Hu'rmese-cSoveV-n-men- munist bands unscathed.
' Above' htm, sheer and im- "."O.OOO of your money and my 6 In .ts newspapers constant!

money.
lower of the i
abused Ihe British and American-
The 3.750.000 is Ihe United imperialist oppressors while
mo i ,h ,,! u d 4 Sn Kingdom taxpayers' contribution "luting Soviet Russia and Com-
l bluesE" "' M.000 090 Commonwealth munist Chin, as champions ol the
The old man on his rnM l,,l l l'"> which Mr. Bevin at Ihe democratic anti-imperialist move-
Jllt iombo conference persuaded the "tent of national!,..
ig m .... D .minions lo join him in offering l'ln-ir I'rllSl
carnations, a roi Iliirma. TI|E arKunu.n. In favour of tht
God. Hebegannxhantmahiiji- ""* ' * ,' S,"""0' cnT loan Is that by saving the iiurmcs.
For Burma's Soclalist-led Govenlmen| }rom Xtm
Government have: pUy b devastation, bui
1 R*di.tod an community of mnJ ^ aisdracr and iu
with the Commonwealth: own ]aJ^t M 0 2 Expropriated a number of KunUy J,,n prevent economu
the old man . Itl'Se trade oMho^BrS ^2/^,"^ rommumS
was chanting, "Lord of Ihe Thirty, and Indians remaining in the lnto "" han country:
pitched old man's v i
hi sayiiiu""
friend who bleaks Burmese. lie
[or peace," he said, and
translated the prayer for me.
I nififafion Of Public
Services Report [csjr#)
tould be
et out by the Secretary ol Stale for the Colonies,
md we recommend that the Agriculture
:
tion should be charged with tha nriTMaii
responsibility by the Seer'tary o( Statt, The
-ame considerations arl | BVU-
i we recommend that Ihe advice of the
I of Civil Aviation should ba made I
available to the Comniibsion whin) prom
!hat service are uiKlei runsuiei ation. and that his1
ihe matter Should be defined by ihe I
of St,de in making these proposals
regarding ..dviseis. we an not suggesting that I
:hey should constitute the sole source of assistance '
Commission. The fact that the Colonial
Development and Welfare Organi7.ation mi
continue indefinitely, and that occasion ma
vhen a newly appointed Bdviaar has no more !
In of the relative merits of officers than '
'.he members of the Commission themselves, would ,
vitiate any such suggestion. In the case of these.
as of other services, it will be for the Commission
to seek authoritative advice where thev can find
it. but so long as the services of Medical and
Agricultural Advisers and the Director-General of
Civil Aviation are available, it would clearly be
t waste of expert knowledge if the Commission
were not in a position to seek their help.
""PAY. MARCH,,
:<0-oxTin,Ai;STR,\|i.\v
FRUIT SALAD
HKINZ VEGETABLF
IN MAYONAISK
McZ;xrs RED LABEL
ntf.Kp,.r bottle
niirrc I li- llii|i< s
Will hrr
l>is.i|>|i
iNDI.,.'
. /
\\T BURMA
We shall earn the gratitude o
the Burmese leaders, turn
present suspicion into friendlv
trust.
They will follow our adv.>
in no time at all the country wil
once more have the prosperit>
which it had under the E
and which its rich resources de-
serves.
From what 1 have seen an
heard here during my stay ii
Rangoon. I am convinced tha
this view || ialse. Tha B
have no sense of gratitude for
the loan. They ihink it is due U
their cleverness in playing oft* thi
against tne Russia::
Chinese.
But above all the situation hen
reminds me too much of thai
which I found in Chiang Kai-shek
China ha fa i lutumn of 1948
Just as An Ulloni
of dollars to China, so I
has been putting millions of
pounds from public and privah
funds into Burma. One oil com-
pany alone has spent 9.000,OOT
in rehabilitation.
As In China, most of the money
has been sucked into the
of Asiatic incompetence and cor-
ruption.
Ifcai-k To Auurrhv
BURMA K It. th.
THE Karen guerrilla* were anarchy which reigned before the
driven recently out of lown and British came in a hundred years
villages near Toungoo on Ihe rood ago As in China, too, the burden
in M-indalay. The Burma of the Government's lncompi
Government, eoekahoop. forgot and corruption and bandit up-
tlul It is the nature of xuerrtllOA piession fall tMavMNtt on the
In evoeuatr ho thai they may later j < I
l.ill upon ihe extended lines of Burma's Socialist Government
.ommunicatioti of their advancing Banal on handling all i ice -.
BSBMaj ... It depends for its revenue on the
The Government, say* Delmer. vast margin between the pine II
haa urillirr Ihe troops nor the pays the growers and millers and
administration lo hold the road the price it gets for the rice from
! RfaBdalay should ll succeed in the Britain Mm.sirs .| ton,!
apanhuj it up. London Express Harv. I
Truths, At) il
Lord Buddha, I
and all those I .liage who
bava ssnt i 11 Thaa: bring
i-rder and
of law to vx.\
And tin
Lnterruptod
the old I looked
I
filled with a gloomy
young man was wielding a gong
1 the gong Sgall
i ntly
Three times, more I .
I

friend, "You
something in his money box."
I Iim ^mm'n Vinu
OBEDU
* in the bo*, suit-
igh got up 111
mng dragon.
A rupi i
enough. The riQflfnj young man
did not utter a word, but loudly
clanged the gong again until 1
parted up with SOtlM mON
I I r .



I
bad no ii- Mi Bevin
i .imbed to
: had be*

up.
en further,
Ha,i I bought .i
ll n nil tht
'
should havf bad
of knowing thai mj h
i
Inim \\ oi-il% lo l*illo^s
the
IH I.IT V* .III*
sterling area despite Uv

the dollar Sad. but u.....
mad*
Keith Vakott to I
workmanahlponce notorii
i far
Higr
I


Iten by recent
be U.K
Mi Keith and i think Hi Crawford turn- oUee, long delays In ship]
ii attitude ol when all, or nearly all, ci
warda that off- obtained u half the tuna
Board, i"^1'1 i"1"' from tl i
.
I some 50.000 bers. and the general public an
i IK turen becoming more and more
iVeetl i "ant with this high-hand.
tude
K
| ... when Mi F Walcotl i
Attorm round and nD,lut Bridge- to
i Inaplres confldeiic.
would
i
1 know one or tu ol thin
red on the ft
...-.
wordi I it not
in.'ml" .
tiade with > now put howmuch better it w<
1
only fro-"


that just what '
quipped

M
ith I
i of making
but just what
K

to follow

. did not

I
i
never, and
ruptcy, she will pull us down with

WHAT'S ON TODAY
Court of (.rand BeaaaaaM at
10.00 | 111
Athletic Bperta HarrLson
l al re ai i.3 P.m.
Miilnli Cinema, Ashbury
Plants lien v ard St.
G M .U ~.Zl) p.m.
Feetball ai yuee i' I'ark al
V0O p in
I'oli.e Hand al n.isi,. .,
laeka at ou p.m.
."'. about colour of
Said Mr Ken'. A
sentiment.
Two Pillow ^
The matter of the police col-..
....
$1,000, was brought up
i police ihi> year
two pillows in placi
of one To im not sure
h Cummlna meant two
pillows, trtu pillow caasa, or both

*18 04. H I tailed t<>
this figure
was arrived at due to '.
from the streets rand*
explanation quite Inaudl
RESPONSIBILITY
The administrative ser\-ice. in view of its un-
ipeclauaad character, clearly does not lend itself
'o the appointment of an adviser, and the respon-
sibility for acquiring such information as will
enable the Commission to assess the merits of
Ites for promotion should, in our view, fall
m the main on the establishment members of the
Commission, whose appointment we recomended
earlier. That responsibility should extend lo those
-ei vices -forests, police, postal, and prisons in
which, owing to the small number of scheduled
posts, promotions will be of infrequent occurrence.
It would be of great help to the establishment
member of the Commission if the Heads of these
departments, and indeed of ail departments that
tunned, were to hold periodic meetings
for the discussion of their respective problems,
which he could attend for the purpose of glewning
information on questions of personnel. In so far
is the legal :>nd Judli ITS concerned,
it would be for the Commission to seek the advice
Of the Governors. Chief Justices, and Attorneys- .
General of the several colonial
FUNCTIONS
We puss now to the function., of the Public Ser- 1
vice Commission^ In so far as the unified services '
are concerned, we have nothing to add to what I
ol State haa to say in his draft'
and what we have already .said In the |
preceding paragraphs, beyond calling attention lo ,
: paragi aphi 139 and mo {
on the preparation .if enemca "f training. But I
" toe it. the tau of the Commission need
not. and indeed .should not, Ih* coniined to the
Xerdae of those function We have mentioned!
earlier the possibility of the establishment of a |
ment and of certain aarvicss being
placed on a federal basis if and when that
occurs, i i .. i w ill arise, such
men! of ofBcei i man the new
regional department, the qualifleationa for future I
to it. and promotion! within r.
inch call for wide experience in
eatabllahn ind (or im expert know-
ledge of educational slaini.uu... ,nd clearlv can-
om in' left to the sole arbftranunt of the Head
of the rederallzed departmeni Even In the maiter
of Internal promotions, something more la requir-
ed than the advice of the Head of the department.
Promoti": ,, (ram even
point of viewfrom the point of view of the Heed
himself, on whom it places too heavy a burden ofj
responsibility, from the point of view of the gen-
eral public, who ha U) expect that
advancement in the service Which, SS taxpayers,
they finance goes to those mosl daeerving (
ment, and from the point of view of the
civil servants Own
future should not be dependent Ml
< individual.
ADVISING
at, in the ca i
federalized service, the Public Service Commission
should be charged with the respowdblllty of advis-
ing the eminent on 'hi- eatablishmenl
of the Departmeni and the means of dovetailini
existing personnel Into it. on Ihe qualifications
reoulred of new entrant* to the
one within the Department There
is no need to emphasise the fnct that the Head
ol the IN i ... mission in all thi means
which we propose for securing thi
i 152.
TRAINING
'he Commissions concerns will be
I them for hlgbei responafbUil
nave touched hdeflj on
I ... : ...
Similai ly, it is not ithin
llab M to suggest any
Lining for other officers'
profi
. i.ou to tmphai..
i :.. v and proper balance
of all iin unlfli .;il depend to an b -
in: afforded lo Junior
inisalen, work-
i. ind Wei*
ition, will have at its disposal the
knowledge and cxpa leoee to si
...

cholar-
whlch funds may be forthcoming.
FACILITIES
The O 'll l>e concerned not only with
for 'he trail
Lit also.
indlrectl] who srs In the held of pro-
" , that the uni-
promotion, ti;' .
ciency will depend on the calibre of the i
.-ill depend In
training which the officers
Hen
ii, the Commit-

only add that if all Uie Of the
in be manned
bv people of local icstion of train-
ing offtcei^ With thi Of the

fTo be roiitiHuedl
KITCHEN
NEEDS
se/ecf from this
wide range
WOOD AND COAL STOVESNos, 6 7 ., .
OIL STOVES COM Srvr.
PRESStTRE COOKERS L "^
DOUBLE BOILERS urainum
NEGIIO POTS2, 3, and 4 gallon
DANISH POTSI, 2. and 3 gallon
FRY PANS11" and 12" and FRENCH FRlrns
COFFEE MILLSNos. 2 and 3 KS
MEAT MINCERSNos. I, 2, and 3
TINNED AND ALUMINUM KITCHEN WABr
BOX IRONS ETcT ETC
R
i
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'Phones : 4672, 4487
EXJOY THESE
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Flavour ........... 7 oz hot,
COCKTAIL CHERRIES Marasch.no Flavour
7 oi boli
COCKTAIL CHERRIES Maraschino Flavour-
14 oj. bols.
BAUTHORPrS MEAT ROLL
TOMATO PUREE .......
CHASE & SANBOHNE'S COPFU
RED KIDNEY HEANS
WHBATICS ...........
DAI.TON'S CEREAL FLAKES
per un
1
II
Ih 1
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rate of I ;; Bar-
1)
eeEpucitlj
tralian Conunoi
I
Iho
who arc
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freight






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. .

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F^iL,d,*I*idi!'r.'t "* a^snnad woutkti nd"o'r*
the atfaiiuaent of full bom- csanot be certainb loreeesn Tho I hopa 'nai tha
and in Ihe Inter- committee, h with
h wr ; "' Uw """''
civil lo me iiovernor-C.eneral. act-n* and that federation, which
...su. th, reawn wh]
ti.'clc through tl.. na OIH oi his commiiM.
i..i.. .il is nerourv. No nation READER
until ,or a, """X1 *lar> He has also
pay its own Wnmd how "" "' them i.oik
To 7i. on Bank
" SIR._The ie ...,|. .. I "Id

Ait
411 do jl
in then power to make an adjus.'-
ment.
low that the
cakes is still the same as it was
, 10 years a|o. when the cost ol
fill engine In promo'... >'" to such an ex-
..ition Thus federal In- Altl- A*1 'Bread Vendor" has
ilepen... i ul '"at the luring of an
o has a rigl
n Tean .



uueannn in
that il lhe -

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......' l ** " *SI lth now-ee-piume hut
*"0n,Panlrd hv ,h" nUl Ur .tnorrd
I UMJ BSWai | dexk Mefe anefe ynj readers
we . reminded of th. nr.-,,, ,, l(1< unlfr s ~
ss kai.un si am Isfta sel lee seMlcaJsaa, hut M in *
..'.kI IbMb,
YES
i Una
things
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s* I
Tins SASSO OLIVE OIL ............
roaat t, BUckWeU'l CALVES FEET JELLY
.. GUAVA CHEESE
H
ft MAYONNAISE SALAD DRESSING
IAMC UANCI CUSTARD POWDER ._
dried nospar ib
J. N. G0DDARD & SONS LTD-


#0TS PASS $8,000,000
iPPROPRLATIONS BILL
N11! W X. CRAWFORD (C) related his su111)n
ent should Uke sum to ewrtlhh U p
mill for Ihe production of flour locally. as ^^0,,*
wApprop*
:'T- ' "" P888"* 0( 'ho sum ,!f
war. 1990-51
In The House
Yesterday
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE FlVt.
an* the House of Assemw/
JJroniav D H. G. Cum-
at*
jBWrflay Dr.
laid 'he tollowing-
"wwn 01 '! Department 01
ii and Transport for the
ST ---
RHtmates for the financial
(orii kU ,1,.. h h ,
some information to ,v, ,0
gsasFrSS
i.i\e at thai slagB He w f-^,-
going to spend MTS.TU
Tree Has Plan For
Local Craftsmen
Iron, Pa,e 1
" could not be over-rmphasise I,
/id. that the Amencr.ii
M>mhini was required (or it the.i
it must be on
They hoped tu
ov",lh'' furniture
aoul.l lx> made u piece worK
while Mr. Victor Coddard's factor,
n the City *ould be available u
the central depot
Handicraft! would become the
leiponjlt.,.; Maurice
38 Acres Of Postman Acquitted
Lanes Burnt ~ T *
Ut Larceny Charge
Ahh. i ? anknoii i
broki Um Belle
Plantation. St. M.cliae!
o'clock i
THE PISH CAR!
owneo WalKer ol
Hush Hall was aaniaacu um-ii 11
was involv^M ir.
I
they
'TL Civil Establishment (Gen-
- .Amendment) No. -1 Order.
m
Notion
n, followiiiB
pan
-. lununilis: Resolution to ap-
"" .i.r Or < entitled "The
.... Kstablisnment (General
SSoamem) wa 4 Oroer, mat).
1^, by Hie Ciovcmor-in-
EsKUtive Committee on the ^nn
" 0f March. 1950. under the
^visions of the Civil Establish-
IM9.
Rolution to grant the sum
f ltU.309 from the Public
Tjwjury (to be subsequently
refunded from Loan Funds)
aad to be placed at the disposal
of V* Governor-in-Executivc
Committee to meet expendi'.f.-e
acuned to the .list March. 1951.
, the CaplUft Works included
r Estimates 1650-51. Part
II Capital. Head I. Items 1
to 11. Head II. Head IV. Items
, w 4. in excess of the sum of
JUC.0OO made available under
Head XLIV of the Estimates
1160-51. Part I.
Ttus *as later dealt wltl
paned
Dr. ceainUna: Hill to grant a sum
of money out of the Public
Treasury and 10 appropriate
the lame for the service of the
:u: on the 31sl day ol
Man*, IS51
Tdb was also dealt with and
pissed.
Mr II. V (raw ford tabled, a QUaf-
luani em-
DI0)-ea M Seawell runway and
another relative lo the prtOM
paid peasant proprlct
small cull ally with
retard to the price paid lor the
1948 and 1949 cane crops.
The House passed the follow-
The Amendments of the Ia-ki*-
litive Council to two B
amend the Vestries Act 1911
CHII-5).
A Resolution for 588684 to
supplement ihe 1949-50 F.i-
tanales. Part I. Current, as
shown in the Supplementary
Estimates 1949-50. No. 32. which
form the schedule to the Reso-
lution.
A Resolution for $456 to sup-
plement the I 1)49-50 Estimates,
Part II. Capital, as shown in
tfce Supplemental y Estimates
IMI-S0, No. 33. which [i
Schedule to the Itesolution.
A Resolution to approve the
Refutations made by the Gov-
emor-in-Exeuiii\v Commltle,
under tba t section
at at the Volunteer Act, 1009.
Bill to continue various ex-
Pinng laws.
Resolution to approve the
Order entitled "The Civil Estab-
lataaent (General) (Amcnd-
aant) No. 2 Order, 1950" made
by the Governor-in-Exeeiiti\e
Committee on the 13th day nt
"bmary. 1950. under the prn-
ddoni of section 3 of the Clvli
asubllshim'iit A< I,
The House ad)ourned lo Tues-
% next a! 3.00 p.m.
Queries Pay For
Seani-H Workers
JJJ-*- A Crawford il
J^> m,-et;,: of the House laid
T-wl at Seawell runway.
question reads:
'act that the majority
' Ployed ull the
Ware pa| ,| ,|. nunlnuiDI
EaSih7 5 ,nc lo"
J"? hu been fixed as renum-
' ,h,s '"

FJ Kales being 25_M
p -38 cents ,.,- hourj
^^^B. tile pr forlniKlitlv.
,^"5 upon to work ten
SV ''"
[ h "V extra ;,.,-, i, ovartlme'
| ia new ,,f .., ,a, lnc
K^^o-i f local worker.
JrVn. '
including artisans.
unskilled labour, clec-
' and eliaulfeurs, is up to
a_l.v 88, will the Govern-
^9J'
?* "
hll,."'"!d",""'n * Bur a,
balanced animal feed, more than
hall of the total amount tot,
spent under that Head
...h' "!L lha!.lh' tln* h=d eom-
wnen the Government shoui I
seriously reconsider the quesuon
of flnding out whether it m
possible to achieve Ihe desired
end of keeping ihe cost of th-
commodities now subsidised at a
reasonable level without poasihlv
having to aftord a direct subside
of the commodities.
Animal Kccd
,."' " speaking,
Crawford, with particular refer-
ence to the question o.
balanced animal feed Both of
these items were imported, dour
especially from the hard eurrencv
areas and he flel that entry etlort
should be made to manufacture
locally Hour from imported wheat
As he had said about a*et
"i two ago, Mr. Heesterman.
Consultant for Industnii
Development to the Caribbean
Commission had. before a recent
k Conference held in
In inn ad. read a paper on the
manufacture of flour In the
British Caribbean Alea from
Imported wheat.
On July 12 last year. Mr Craw
: notice nl
oueaUon to the Oot
nskinn if In view nf ihe appreci-
bly high cost of imported
rboatcn tlotir. Government would
take steps to investigate the prac-
inifacturing Hou.
locally from Imported wheat, glv-
Ina due eonsiderulion to Ihe
Inf factors:
la) the advantage COD
upon Ihe establishment of a
duatry,
lb) the desirability of l>cing able
to make available
different Krades of nipsr
q ti a I i t y, including winle
wheaten. flour.,
(e) the opportunity provided ol
Ining highly nutritious
additional incredient for the
product known as Balanced
feed.
The reply from the Government
offee-l that they had
the question of the
establishment of a flour mill and
ad thai N anyul I
nut be a practicable economic pro-
position.
The information that he
received from Trinidad was entire-
ly Different from that which the
Government had been given. Mr.
Crawford said Mr. Heesterman
Mat it would be qUll*
"cuiiointcal for any British Carib-
bean colony to establish a flour
null to produce up to 50.000 kilo-
grams a day- which was a little
over 100,000 lbs.
r.ninumical
working 24 hours a da]
to 300 dm
ni.in had also said that such .s,
plant on the continent were
it..re economical.
The latter, however, would nut
enjoy the benefits which a loot l
Induslrv would have. Thuse bene-
fits, especially the dilterences a
.freight between grain and wheat.
tho availability locally of bran for
sale and the fact that the milling
profits would remain In the terri-
tory would even lead to the cou-
Ihat especially for the
with lower total con-l
sumption, a mill for a P"duc"." I
or 10,000 kilograms or 20.000 I0S|
per day of 24 hours would be quite |
:1,IC*I- ,,.
Mi trawfoid said that tec,
islands yearly consumption ill
Hour was 224.000 nab
52 400,000 lbs, so that the larf.'
,,1.000 kilogram*
would be an
band's needs.
I.crs Freighl
Even :: ''"roi","'
10.000 kilograms which would De
, one fifth ol the annual eonsumii-
b manufacture could sun
be economical accordmf to Mr.
Hcestermnn. Mr. Heesterman M
I see from what he h".-
ft* " '';':''
"""f is. ?,',
would be less than the rate .o>. ;
v>he.,: tloui sluppeii in bags.
M, Heesterman In his P*P" IiJ
,,o had luoiiglil "ie nwlW "fu^;
tor* Ike *', LMWe
development as indie-. '^'
would lead in a eonsideroble taal
rP cauie
Cave. Mr. Tree would be responsi- l">' M-814 ow"1 b? A' ' ""'
ble for designs rison of Fontabelie
It would be impossible for thb, c'r1'"" H'nmon of beO
scheme to succeed if ihe Gov- "" Wednesday about I"
'T^^^'2rt|THr TOO K>.....' *
Trtnidmd and Jamaica when' by Turnpr ,lal! !
primary industrlf ari" nlah ( Androw. anil drtVMI bv IVnue
llUed. Piwcod utd nud by
Graduated lax nutation iwr blowers Planlalun. St ,T.
the rtrst five jtin wa* : rtvtn by Austin
able lo succens. 'We were dis-i1*1***. St. James .
Ilhnnmtail *_-*J II.. -s . hk* aa____1___a
TORTV ? Bvam Carlisle Dowding, a Postmnn
auached lo ihe St. Lucy Post Office, was acquitted by an
Jury at the Court of (.rand Sessions yesterday >t
-stealing a registered packet. No. 39261, the proper
Lai PosuBMter, Mr. H. N. Armstrong.
appointed,- said Mr. Tree thai th-
Lejislative Council should have
rejected a resolution lor the ex-
panjuon ol the pottery industi'
loped to utilise a poten-
tial market lor this proauct La the
U.S.A."
Disappointment
The Uallans were Lmnorttaj
mo tM U.S.A.. a large amoui.i
ol potlery vases and other onu-
.ncnts but there were m no way
satisfying the large demand theii-
was in the United State*.
Greet disappointment had been
felt iii the action of the legisla-
tive Gound had hoped
to mtd samples of tr:.
made terra eotla vases
meats i,s samples lo the I'SA,
under ihe proposed Mi*
In New York there are two
British Wholesale House
Hambro'c.
The other TUn
aner Ihe la* war p] tb
Howkins, an Englishman.
n i, cloatb
' k ri tde It
the British Colonial Attache
attached to Washington. They
have hoi ied theu
willlngni to
Mr. Tree return to the United
an accident
St Thomas.
The right
radiators of
rliwafjed
Redman Village.
about 10 aan
from
both
fenders and
n \m awn
be
tOM
ondit
pletcl)
k\*L'!" '""""nent cause to
'^ "j'Wr of ...
liX, ;,r 'r"1 contract "-1
-
contract under
execut-
Supplementary
Resolution
Approved
The House of Asserr.bi j
daj ^.^>.<^\ ., -..,'pK-ji.t-utury Reso-
lution to the 194950 estimates
lor S88.684.
Ur. II. the passing of the Resolution. He
said that it was necessary because
certain monies were due to Ihe
Crown Agenls and that a portion
of the sum was also required to
meet accounts which had been in-
curred locally.
Mr. M. K. Cox (L) seconded the
motion.
Mr. W. A. Crawford tC)
referred lo item 29 of the Resolu-
tionMiscellaneous BarvlOtl, H
said that so far the Legislature
had not been asked to vole any
reasonable sum of money in con-
nection with the entertainment of
H It II Princess Alice and the
Earl of Athlone.
His ..ttitude on lhc.se mattOfl
was well-known, but In ttoii par-
ticular instance he did not think
it could be fair to place all the
burden ol the entertainment on
the officer administering the Gov-
ern men 1.
Extraordinary
In the ordinal y course of events
such things were adequately pro-
vided for. but this entertainment
. xtraordinary one taking
into consideration the various par-
ties lhat were held. It must have
me oulstanding expen-
diture and he felt it might not bt
inappropriate if they gave an in-
dication to the Governor that thev
were quite willing to vote a mod-
erate sum nf money lo assist him
in defraying the
had been incurred.
Mr. E. U. Mettle> aid that la-
was prepared lo support the sug-
gestion very -Irongly. He believed
he was correct in saying that they
on that side ol the table (the Op-
position) were willing lo see a
reasonable m>iii provided and lie
icgielled it was nol dOCM
He was saying this btoauai
that at the start the Governor had
' i > heavy drain on his
entntainment allowance.
Bk*>ad-.-.indcd
This officer seemed to have been
very broad in his views as regards
the invitees. He had invited the
Heads of depailinen.s ..respective
of colour and other respectable
IKXiple. very unlike the slait of
Sir Grattan Bushe who on an oc-
casion when he had an entertain-
ment for some high
hi 11 M Ship
include in his Invitation list an>-
thrte people of colour.
The Resolution was passed.
CABBAGES, eacholwt, dri
peas, tomatoes. \ -
tamarinds and fresh fruit in la
quantities were landed here yes-
terday by the 100-ton m
"Caribbee" whacfa BtTivad BfOtOI
Dominica.
0 brought
oaauta, shoes .
living from Oonunici-
was ihe schooner "Molly N. Jones'
(37-tons net) with a cargo of
copra, cocoanuts, limes, cocoa
beans and iresh fruit.
The 44-ton schooner "Belqueen"
called from St Vincent It
carno Included copra, arrowroot",
pumpkins and peanuts
Schooner Owners"
Association arc local agent-; of tba
. onsigned
to Mr n L Jobnaon,
A FINE ol U to be paid in twi
months >i
month- Imprlaonmenl
posed on Rudolf pp
' tons Hi
lie was (Q
without reasonable con
on Fabruarj i
"'TMIE Mill
1
be Ihe subjeet of Round Table
Mr .i S C 'I'-
pin at 8.15 tonight .it the V M , A
All natmbon and friends art-
invited to attend ind take part in
M
THE Caka Sale this morning al
T it Kvana which
for -i verj
charity.
THE POLB I iv ..-.> undei
Capt. C & EUaaon will holo
it Hastings Rocks.
Christ Church. lo-night MflfcM
ning at 8 o'clock.
Obituary
Mr (. I II ( 11 \M
I his real.
mar, Navy Gardens on
Sunday of Mr O, R n
: llg & CO
l
u merchant of thll dt) and carried
on a bakei nl in Roe-
buck s.veei. but later joined the
staff of Ml

was popular with the ei
and although

in public affair*. Hu know-led,** ol know
business Brld^otown Dowdlnc howai
made him l On Hit Thursday morning Dow-
tionalisl. 1' '' daughter gave him $3S.1S
his work in la took It
week ago *" Mr, rnrdi D
worse. His funeral which u->k ;'ctivrs were returned to him bj
i keeper.
Hli Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor.
icsided. Mr.
ice, K C, soiu.
eral. prosecuted on behalf of uV
Crown. Dowding was representeo
bv Mr. D. H. 1- Ward
After hearing ihe decision oi
UM ,urj His Honcur sai,i. 1 can-<
no! agree with your verdict."
On Mturaprion jeaiatuiji. l^eouu
Rolloek. eonilnuing her evideriee.
aiaralnad the reflatered lattar ir-
catpt She raid thai be
receipt at the Post Office tm. the
1 amiwriting on il was not hers.
A Cousin
NaM witness. Etheline .iiuht...
said thai" she has a cousin named
ran la N4MM York. He n
ouata
On Tuesday. December 10, sin-
went lo the Poslnmtre-
UUQ 1'owoing was pre*
U-'atha asked if letter had conn'
(Of her Miss S\". John looked u.
Ihe tile and lold them if they had
any registered envell>e to brim;
them in lo her.
She and Leatha went home and
at the evening her son. Ber&n
Griffith, brought her $3,.18 and
two opened letters. On* letter wai
addreased to Laatha Site iciurmM
the money to Dowding by her son.
Leatha could not go to Miss St
John on account of illness, but on
The following morning she (Grif-
fith) took the envelopes to the
PoaAnlstress
Eventually Dowding'* daughter
returned the money but it was
row $200 short She went to Dow.
told him the money win
BVa her (be *2 00
lold her to go i
B*k ha* lo allow her
(Griffith* to diviito
the money.
Griffilli
I with the S.V.18
and ha advised her to take it to
the I'.'-tnusiie.. She dl:
aeaipt,
thai she knev. Dowding
from a boa Ha lived near her
home lie has bean delivering her
letters for a long time.
Te Mr Hard: Do*
i-i friends had put tnelr
hand-; in his letter bail
.tin,:,
manv other occasions, brought me
Il have ne
"nvthing wrong with the money
A Si.
Barton Griffith, son el EttvtfiiM
Griffith, a sehool teacher, saiu
i.ew Dowding as post-
man of .he district.
On the evening of December SO
Dowding called him. He gave bin
two opanad Letter* and $31.18 H
Hen said thai ha bad heard the
report made by his mother an
ISsathB Rellnek no it wa.s quUV
Hue.
He then .said thai he had re-
ceived the letters and the same
evening he had itojwed 01
home at a shop When he had re-
urnad tor hi* bicycle, on which
the letter bag wag banning, he
found that the I
and the
Dowding than lakod Mm lo take
ihe letter* to Lealha Kolloek ,,i\(\
his mother and ask them to accept
them
I also told him that
if back the leiters, he
was going to keep them unli
I'erch in New York wrote agalr
rscfore takini; ;ti<
lock) and explainmg what hail

' following morning lib
mother cave the money to hirr
nd he returned it to Dowdms
elling him that his motl 1
hether she could I'ake it

widow and 1 ne rlaui
M
tO whom
:.ded.
-nd pigs
m,,i Ijv manulacturina flour
a be kjiun, two
reminded the
Too much
B-G. Delegation
Coming Sunday
*>* HICE TALKS
l,v. and Ihcn Uiere as
,"'d otrluc .1* "tjgg!
ould pursue
dair

its sections
Ch. Ch. Vestry
Did Not Meet
Com m ission ers
Discuss Market
DISCUSSIONS which would
decide whether ;i District Market
would be set up at Eagle Hall
Road, were >esterday pi
by the Sanitary Commissioners
of St. Michael, pending a report
Iron the roiUeitor* who are seek-
ing to acquire the land. The
Commissioners a
what further steps should be
.. onimen-
I ihe Commit'.'
Mr NOB QOWM .
dance iieaumount, Haatlni

.Manager of tba Whaii
Messrs DaCosta St Co. Ll



klwaj -iuici and
.....In in Ihe

; as a junior to the lalu
Hallam Cole In U
h.tionshiph batwaan tba

tad to the
train wll ulays and
; of all. Al tho
oh cbarffa
imc of his
unexpected dcv.t
it most humbl'
life It has not only the bon
which raised his decis-
.1
him respei ryone who
nted to look Inti "' Within*
-
1 .... .
jna. Hice M
his after-
wlth the

iiruj of the Veatrjoi
ch scheduled '***-
not held beca.
no quorum _
fie rt. Present wen Mr n. ** .
-
> V. ebster and .00 A. (.
was appo
jny
Mi Kidney told members lhat tied,
he had is-.
had last discussed the mailer.
th .: Mi
...
wd as ituiUble for
lion > Mr. Mottley said that he was
the last person to suggest that
lb** should take away anybody's
1 ml il was not possible
other all matter
had been last discusser
Hanschell she had made it clear
that *he was nol very eager to
sell the land, but if It had
to that point, she said she woul
have taken no lea* than tlv
soeclfic sum she had 11
..ne around and laid
*> (la fage .

The IV.imaster
Mr. II N. Arm-troin
'ii Rat oa He produ ad tba if"
tar addressed to Etheline Grirtlih
A, number of Wbldl was
the local numbei 300M

.
icloeadj tha
U letter 42453 was received a
,0 on August 11 an<
sent to St Lucv on August 12.
He then produced | list ,'
llverad in s I
jH.inted out that there was no let-
'i 00 tbf list inaiked ''relu^ned,*
To Mr. Ward: The raoalpl 'Hi

port wt toa ibo I thla, If r
l u plicate
hould be obt.i
The Postmistxe**
.: kattraaa oil
Si John, recalled thai' Dowffini I
letlcr 36Ptf on Aufius. \
IS to daUvar. He signed for tlu-|
letter and fl delivti v receipt *abl|
Ivan to him.
ame evening she wen.'!
raaraV holiday. On De-1
I Klheiine Gnflith auu
lock came to her. Dow-
raacnl when they made
mt and he also heard
Id them to bring Vheu
i .opet
She "asked Dowding why he did
iot make a report abo
.leliverrd.
and he said that his mail bag was
iic* te re-pert the mailer If the
Iwe parUa* would make a settle
men! and Mlaa SI John aaid thai
>Jie could not do this.
Mr. Ward next told His Honour
lhat lX>wding was not calling any
witneeaes on his behalf
The Defence
Addressing the Jury. Mr War I
said that the Prosecution had
proved that the letter was daltvar-
IV to Dowding and It was delayed,
but it subnutted that it was tor
them to discover whether Dowding
kept the letter for his own or
with intent to deprive the ovenei
permanently and put the ccptetaCi
to Ids own us" .
He pointed out that Miss St.
John had told them that it was
bieaking a rule for a poenlmin tu
Op Into I shop, except he was go-
ing to delivi r i e'ttei.
He said that alter the icitcr*
arava taken from Dowdlng's bag
while ha vraa in ihe shop, Dow-
ding wa* afonrwards afraid to re-
port the matter.
He submitted that Do.vcung wai
waiting to w if anolher leuer
would arrive for Rollook ''eforc
goin* .> explain what had hap-
I enetl In him.
H* further submitted that Dow-
diiut's explanation was a reason-
able one and asked ihem to re-
turn a verdict nt -not gui-'t)"
No Proai
Mr Reece, in nis address, n'ated
that BoxUl had said that his mail
has; was robbed but this wa* only
a statement as the defensj
rg an| .iny prooX of loan
His Honour, during hli sum-
ming up. told the jury that if the.
were satisfied that BoxiU's man
bag was robbed while he was at
the shop, they should le.'urn
verdict of not guilty", but if they
did not baUava IbU ton th^
'hould not hesitaie in returning .
verdid i f 'jtuilty- Me a i\
... i point ol th<>
i aaa
The jury after about 20 uunuies'
deliberation returned then ver-
dict, The Court next adjourned
until 10.00 am. today
The Influence
NEW YORK
A new series of chemical testa
have been devised which may save
i on American highways
Mr. Tree returns to the Unltec
tvhldh most drunk drivers man-
age to elude conviction.
Safetv ofilcials will attempt to
bjeollvo proof that one
tut or every live motorists in a
traffic accident is under the in-
r uence of alcohol.
The ehemical tests reportedly
piovide scientitle proof of whether
or not a person has been drinking.
The degree of intoxication also
can be accurately gauged.
Such tents will help cut down
the number of drivers who ard
i(leased becau*e they have I'.l up.
Traffic oRioers throughout the
i.unlry are bring trained to laM
Knowledge of 'hose new tovh-
nhnjBsj should have strong p*>-
h.ilogical reaction or, the arivinsj
PUbJfaB.
The average man can drinK
about two ounces of whiskey and
be legally sober.
I driver now is going to I
think tw.ee before he take* thatl
third drink.I.N.S.
2S YEARS AOO Barbadea Advo-
cate. March 24. .9*3
Governor. Sir Charles
underwent an operation
for appendicitis on Sunday morn-
ing. The surgeons were Dr. Ban-
nister, Hon. Dr. John Hulsun, Dr.
Lionel Hutson and Hon. Dr. J. R.
Phillips.
Teefh Loose
Ghuns Blead aiXv3
Trvncla Moulh
J Hrai
Mar J Hie ihe Aral Jy
and quick!
a thai ou hv PywrM*.
prhapambadd<*>>4Ne
-- i.,! i 4UM your t'tri
IC ilia, C4HH RBfunwiiairB
ubi* irntia atop* SWB>
" > end* sore m-glh
ihp i-tih. Lroa cla*
ntuti Miak* **r
iwa >our tatih *
rn ol mpiy pack-
nil vour chamlal
** fur-
Amoaan
r.r I'l.Tl..- Tr.a.k Ma.la
''1 4m a proud lonaumer of ... .
GOAT CHOW
The cow* beiln their youag ones on .
CALF STARTENA
ihtaioable from II JASOV fiivis A Co., Lid.
.V.V.V.V.V.V
Assize DUrry
FRIDAY
No. 13. 1( and 11 Kri va.
I IHII.-I (,i, i i, aad
OiiIkii i.imi
TalkingClock
VIENNA
The late*! iwiat m taBstaaaaaai
cuckoo e locks that call out your I
name.
A firm in the Ameridan zone
line up with the1
product. desjsjaad for the home or i
for adver.Vsing in hotels anu
Tnm ilrm said it wa* toying
itii an advanced clock thai might

l one lo go home. |
'it "
I N.S.
HARRISON'S
BROAD ST.
"DOMO w
CREAM SEPARATORS
CAPACITY-10 GALLS. PER HOUR
ALSO
BUTTER CHURNS
1 GALLON CAPACITY
ONLY $30.41 EACH.
RANSOMK |. v\\ \ MOWERS
TKiKK If
M-
"AB1BL" IT'
il
|MJ3
.15.14
lli.l
47.39
Ml ( niii|ilrir Unli Qraaakoi
HARRISONS
HARDWARE 0EPT
PHONE 2364.

burly of m
and respected
i m won his sup-
-t and although
on racing
he was himself a food tat
Highly re-
spected as a tna
He played life's game too and
it mattered not to him whether
Dsj ., aata.
"Mnpath.
amber Etheline (MM
returned to hei ith I
i ought the money

Ire** while Mi*.- s: lohi
was on ho)ida>. was nil
She said thai iht
to in. Q <'> on August1
17 One slip, No 36MVS. wa* miss-
sked Dowding for this
slip and he *ald Ibal
brought it In i
inother Poalnuui
Christopher Hinds, another St.
Lucy po'tman and the last wli*-
ness for in* prosecution, said that
In.g worked
ite On December 20 Griffith
Hollock came

hi* pretence Postman Johnbon
whom was also present.

Ifu law taUawisv xtUmm he
retbrasrd be uked Mm Si I-ha
li.) nut mat rur that laat
imnule Kush, set >our
EASTER EGGS
IO-DAV from .
BRUCE WEATHERHEAD
LTD.
Wc hav* a Ik^aulKtil
i aaaai li, in latn i; 61
Halloa laaatr ft, h\
lLatjf) tl 65
Holloa Kaatrr If, in Hot
M..I1U1... 1101
Killed l.aalrr l, (-harolalr
in Boa $|.M
FlUod rUalrr (f loilod 55r
I'laitlc tit ailh lull ll.f.
aaaaar li< lLartol In Dark
Carriage . fl.zi
I ..a. Ef 1 I Mrd I in Dark
Carriaa 'il.U
Oarrtaaa si u
I ard Ka,Ur Ir, rot.Uininc
Charolalr Marthmal-
lou 1 n.i. 3/0
- AUi.
"flair Ar I'jri.' aaar ft*
SovrliiA Braaliful Blar
I'l.i.li. F.kc 1 ..nl,11.ui* a
Holtlr of Ermiar In I'ari,
l*rrfunw. I'rire 3/t parh
HI WEATHERHEAD
LTD.
FOR THE BEST IN
ft miTIFH
UIT-Tt SlUI
COVBR1NG
SILVER STAR'
CONGOLEUM
INSIST OI\
SILVER STAR
(oh
JoJtA
We arc pleased t > I>o nblo lo announce tho
receipt of anothei shipment >f tha famous
Clarke's Shoes for small child:
SI.M"I.K\ SV\I>AI..S
in Whilr -ul la*.
HL.VV-I l IH HUV
I.UI.II SIMMS
in Brown, and While
in Sirev I lo 7'.
Suitable lor children from 1 to 3 yeurs old.
We suggest an early visit to:
Cave Shepherd & Co.. Ltd.
10, II, 12 ft 13 BROAD STREET


P\C.l SIX
II-XRBWhi-. All. i
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON

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c

R"'AV MAHCH ^
Kemember this label!
IT IS ONLY PLACED ON GOODS OF FIRSTQUALITY
Always ask for
MORT
ONDIE
:e ojtdccqs--
"... CO.T vou TAKE
<.-. ,
BY CHIC YOUNG
L.

)RTON
PEARL
II \ II L C Y
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CUPPEB
CV-240
IS. BKYDEN & SONS (B'dw) LTD.
s*
rvice
between
SAN JUAN
iT. THOMAS
ST. CUOIX
ST. JOHNS
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MAV1 OTN WMI41>tA
CANNON .
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THE EASTER SERVICES
THE LONE RANGER
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mikei milk more dtgeitiblf for batty
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m.k.1 wpjfilnj i hippy time for Mb?
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N'BI II \IMH V%
nfl order"
ipMwt n>iwi raiai 'roir
Wrila today for baautilul fraa
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1 :
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Co HlI 19 Victor>'
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lei Van win
A number of tuia-i aPxlK


v rroTT
DOCTORS
THREATEN
STRIKE
SEALSKIN SOUP PLATE' HAT

lot
c trirc;t
" < ; o r in
All Ian.
xccut lor
"*cc*sar-. ntion.
I Jour nil
matum was voted

.V iliUUt-
.'ation fee
"or :hr Natl nal ritattl
Dttea thai
i bv JuH
1950. direct ction will be taken
n In the
rN to withhold our
contraet. except (or nceei*u(.v
MTvicea under the terms of our
Uon."
Copies of Um resolution hav
to ill othtr branches r
' i
Ibnufboui Brti

.
Bbout $2.50 pt
rowtnj
kavo been
n'l leader*
to persuade Bevan to ln>
arc |wi.l
i
the plight "tors wi.h

I
wn pub-
'
lial from '

-

i
f a B M A

. i
by oartain data.m B,
Visca Committee
Requested To
Return Home
Moal uBUHal lookUlf I:
lor li.m (IBM- al limuii All-
imri oi in viup iliii- l -..id.- of vrMir arul inmnN-a
iil. vcbunn rtrai^t ^^ Mm.
AttrUP r,i...H
Snr -a. HMhUU l<
I i-iImmI tlmr lea
OaKS
Inquiry For Denfelcl Says
Oil Shures The Planners
Th.TinvTotsHacilt
All Their W aj
Fraai I
Rosalie Knight was perhaps thi
j graceft.
bo should K"
irrprctation of ere-'
aataant and charminul'
lit i younftr statar June
ing closely in J
The Polka, Wit]

Iwuinif Simpson
the Applause wiUl
manner, for such a little k"I I
o large an audit
'.iris cafe
amusing i Nanette
'
big f 11 r -
Manager. Norman Wood

Nanette
but danced anil
well. rw.
she met with an tOCftdai
f(>t .a irsal. and
I
credit to hi
;i! Ir t .i;>.*mi
'iaisun as wail
tha "Tlpaj
OM Bporl i


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f tho
he dCbM

In i a Hi sir K*tr

Aloandrlna K Srli i...... '.,r Canada via P
\ Co,

PaajIMStl bavins br UWa vaaaal

v. V T II Wan*:. \ W Rabcrt'on.
I lWf.
H Ik

mat. Mi a r* i. Qiti. Mr
"i l...i ml !VV A Harl*r
I ..i nmuda--Mr and Mr C J 'at<-i
** SMtBMBBl, 44 toM THrt, CsM.
,,. Mi
and M >r ainl Ntrr I
Mi ai.d Mn A Mi>'r,
Dominica. AsanU: K Lrta, UW V V. Waka*. Mr. W. C.
Mr* W H Arroway. Mri C
O. 1- *?*-
Asvni.

II Hirtt
and, Mr.
v I Ma, Mr C Slar. Ml 11. N. Akin-
-"" Mr II C.ranam
in TOUCH W1TO n.\KH\D(s coast station
'bl* and Wlr*l* If Ll Ud advl-r **ma. Akoa Pdlrm* Alcoa PUgrvn.
it lrif- ran now nxnimuiwu'r ith "j- Km. 'tiut^ui. AM-vUi. CaMiia. Io*d
..-ma .Mi- thiou*Ti *-i Ibubadua Mfw.i-, <-* D. Oratana. IJiubKL
SatlM mfjorrl. nnuUag). RMIo. Rom'
I.-it r.vTNd. Inna. Han
IU.I J.Hermit*.. T.U.
. D Z, Al- TI. *-r Wa\f K. rail Mkni An>-
tia*hla.
. **,% Malnt. H.ffvalin.1 Smrnnn (ltif-. Dan N*w H-.-
... ii-iila
> i laudaii


fJNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
'1Y Imrlructlona ixwIvm) I will wll
m PrldBy March 34th at I i>
laaj Hi lta V-uihaU Cai
1'Jna.t^d In Arrldanl Trnn. C'aah
VINCENT liHimTH.
Auclionaar
31 1 *fl Jn
ixndun Stock Bxchanxa w"'
ni routine,
idle with

shown an)
an raalL bul
moved i>
. .iiik of BiiUal
ment rJationali^i'.

there wan Koma In-
port
.
mid Ultran [th Initial
i
ontroLlad
quid with rubbers a ft
off. and tea at receiu
krvell
Dealcrs in forttaH
rails reported little bu <
:.,:e m prlcaa
Knfllr iiuirkci wai m. .
; naral mod m to lUglitl]
tOWar levels, but one twi ft I
staters responded with nraUMai
to rumours of favourable
ilevelopment.
Reuter
HUENt'S AIRES, March 23.
tar to investigate
1
h a v e

Supreme i Province
return documents

which Deputy Joe
airman of Com-
thdrew (nun high tri-

.
thi '.li:
LONDON. Mai
Hall

'" ' :"- Uv ., od ib h
' 'T;he trial of "return" UD)
iVre Wrong
:
to-night that tha Unit*

tofTUc-hydrogori
way". In

...I Opara-
. reported

:
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I
I
strong Nai



. and mo
. at sea
thi'-Ui'i
t Reuter. i
Commissioner*

10 Czechs Sent
To Jail
Chef Had S Whre*
Got 4 Yeurs In Gaol
LONDON, Mat
A 51 year !<
okaag ll"
lulrad one
) :."ii oi>;.ni" i
in the Uv
. ...
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
i l
Mi-ntna> '


I
....


raam *t al
.
',1.1a; Owl *-

MANI Ul BOTIIA1I I ''
AU'llul^rrk.

III'. .
..r* I the (rial or "return" uiiaer^rininn I w-r. .
ilurinn UM invi -'I urnution, Waraow radio n
or Rowrio asam torn. ned bimmoui n
lank wa m cm
tencd to ,ht
--------. n^,i. r.r, ..
to MM N
both ,.l
_,Kf>iU-r l PI
------------land Kry,t>.
RruU-r.
Bohdan lfu'
REAL ESTATE
DWffaUgHa IUl)*X 1U> 1.4*0 tqu-n1
,.. ! Spmco Slnrel,
I.1SU -q,i-r. l"t .iii.nl* ! *
rstne and will br *t up for
*>ida>. Slat. March. l*> '

.
VII TOH COT, H.vrr Road. .laadrfU: on


lea*-
! LICENSE NOTICE
FOR SALE AND REMOVAL
That pail of thr bulkUr.i'
Jena- a aaan, !.. i
S,Th DT.U- ''t.^ "-
t-,vI cor f * "T
Smith -" ! tha buiMlng and aho a
"" "H"" '""r Ib*. "r;,'
r IM ttol^ part ol ,h*
..ci.rr ol 0 ""
ii i>
M.J5a-io. '
in i nn
in -i
rtaaw.
"oM
CaoSw
.
pal hav* a look

Kruter
IXht Uial
'
recommend


luty.
Mi K

M
ideratlon


klnson to
and thr Barbadoi '
i.hi
How to Banish
RHEUMATKPaJM
UK.-.ii ii - h J f*
U-wL Tbu ikoJa be nawd \; lU
iMbt.... Wram fciJnr,. lail. .mall .. 1.1.1*
ladfo in tha fourti and belaatn Iba DkUalr*
-i-ir'ng Infhtlul paaii. .Soriilihr tral* kl
iWlw* inlamtauilinKi i>i"'* lhal mlhin I
raw .(Im takmc. IWJd i HjOimi hit M
halpk| tha knfcr ) dVun *) '>"
Mada and pauoiu (ram tha biaod !-? n
ohkUt * Kaaai*. Plan tu.mi irfdali <
Yaw laI i. .Ur Paw and dia.aail.it
aL*.., >au WH.LI) raasai llu.1 -r-fbHT \
lay al l-.llt. ..-I laal .*! ...
hwial on Iba (tiaaiM Itodd I Kidn*. I'lHa
al raur draw ilai* la-d*j, lU ht| (Jwr
riZ lha .ad U-d*. (hdy I f-t
French Dockers Extend Strike
PARIS. March 23. At Mars..
Dockers at Nice, tonight ninnies. A
I l extend ll'.' I nuiulred thousand buikUng
.:!>. while cis W411
I- :. LMtl uuy,
i '.uiUiiiiK Kin i
TWc**thtrd] Bouk thrown out of a tram in N
row as .i .urest after failure >( -lrik
m the town Rruter.
MIS' a mm *n
SHIPPING NOTICES
DABtWi

....
vi(iBB13t -III ac-
-. -i i-...ia. I.r
lahia, M.ailaarral.
, r, .i .
Thr s r-..m I AUOAI 111 *
.....i PaaaaBaSjan
., -Uy IUI
Utfi r.
SCHOONER
E.M. TAJNNIS
aaua
SATURDAY MARCH ?5lh
Will ai .11" lll|
Apply
II. JASON JONES I IT"
AwnU.
i aimdiuii National Steamship
AXABI \
C1IAIJ I
iMV
.u.l......'

ih Mat
LIU .,,.,
IJU) Mai
till
I n.i blei
7lr,l '(,
JU| M.
'
lat Apr >nd Appr
a nth May


paAa-a eah lha d U
U.f UU -I pdk,
LOST
/ IMI
iOaU
ta.s aa-aa
.
M 3 *i
Uii.ssianS|i\ \\ orknl
In U.S.Oflio
LIQUOR LICENSt NOTICE
WASHINGTON. M
\ man illagad
State Department was said by .<
ami ...
k .tor Willanl Tyding
: .. few months ..
The man was nan i

'i at 1
.
-k by Rapubl
Military Expert*
Meet Ttnluy
THI HAi.i i
III i iglUIH,

111 meal
I


\ It IM UIIUClaUMMl -'
Part Nations ktta In
In May.
: ..

IkalK'* Maaiati.U.

that tin
Conununiitt on iti tii!
investigateU Reuler.
LONDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
EXAMINATIONS
Uotat, I860. (CertilicalP St a Ke

' Liter than 12 noon on
S0
. owa:
$ i M
luagai | S. i.' i
Pull $10.00
24 3.195'1
The Sugar Manufacturers' Association
(of Jamaica) Limited
Invite appti llClr Rctaarch Depar.
B < d I Id testing of
i-cial reference to resistance to virus and other
dltcaaes as well as to oil .rectors.
(a) Botanist, salary 1,000 rising to 1,500 per annum
,b| Aj: I * J: 1.000 per annum.
Apptirants should po**es* a research degrea or equivalent quall-
' a recognised University or other similar Institution, and
plant breeding and selection work.
. i. lie expected to advise on plant pathology
' i vears under contract.
anaot engagement The selected candidates
fna passages to Jama.<
to assume naabar, IM* A IWaral allowance
ten i, ..rov.ded and leave with maipi paid after
three rear service period*. There U pension scheme
: Haaaareh.
Su> > j..,,-r..-. Uandevllle, Jm.i... B.w I to whom
...rsonal particulars and three r> r
Ltaati *. .aad. .,.*_.

I tiii-i plani and r^-ordinata
them into
plan for tl
Atlantic area Renter.
$150,000 For
A "Bible"
.
I I
.
|

pross
n
man ot U* > said the
ruble"
name*. Coming investlgati . .. with tha Kiu Kiux
Klan and
aattons" . unist and
groups, he add-
, I 'Rrater.)
Spartan Club

Ul Will MI'IKI < II H
l.%.\4 r
in ii..

al I l s P v i: I.
VManau, Man* Itt*
ii.".i ....."
Mum. Ii II.. I iiiii.Ij.I
IIIH -Hill-
UIKjaMON J/-
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. Airrnt.
I 11 I.I.I..

III\>SATI A.MI4II-:
FRENCH LIS[
taJOai I., lili.idad lalUag u
|.|)i...,iini
Hank iliii
Alii..
April lath April
Ma. May 13th
May Mttj May 3l>l
I'm further particulars apply to
... M. oONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents.
Prostitutes
Put On Show
.
Peking prostitutes put out of
buslnea*
Governn.. 'o packed
houses to-day i'
Ehemselvea,
thr- Nev. Agenc>
reported tmlaht
The play tailed Fi
IU Thawad" has no
merely portrays what
v
i (Jan Mraatad IM -. .. lag
Rruter
REAL ESTATE

-Ui'v >-


and batlu, ttiraa ll.
ud a doubla sari.
alao M and a

HLAL ESTATE
IN MAItl
DIXON & BLADON
(John M BLADON)
UAL MTATI laUrtl MrOKOMBM niuiui:-
Tkaaa MM Haaattaia. nuiidi.i
----------
BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CORPOKATKIN LTD.
in


I If.HT
Spartan Defeat
Rovers 2Nil
In a game packed with thrills frum beginning to end Spartan
defeated Pickwick-Rovers 20 at Kensington Ova
day afternoon.
uprad by thi forward
Jolin Evelyn.
i '..:i H/M hi i, hi and the pilch was Jinn wl
rotted out on the field
A shout wa< heard when W:lkes-------------------------
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
.FRIDAY, MARCH ^
th*> Plckwleh-Rovtn centre for-
ward walked out to the Held after
bis learn before the match wa*
started.
IlcKwlck-Rovers defending from
the pavilion end started to press
th# Spartan goal but were resTfr
Medford and Reece.
About 20 minute* after play
began Evelyn tOOk a low shot
Itsllng ccal-kecp. r Hill who itop-
pci (he ball luiiiidenlly. Gib-
bon* plavinj* .il Ml win* was BO
lo cut in and score was foiled b)
vwlyn again Irind to MM
agaiii \ FCU1 mi "I thl
I position to slop (he ball.
Chase too on the nunl wn..
pinned down by the Pi' I
'-*t movinn winiehalf
When referee Coppin 1,1'
Half time both learns h;..<
to score.
In the second half Spartan
changed their tactic* and 00O*
long passes. About
15 minutes after play in the seconi
hklf Evelyn the Spartan's cent!
forward opened tin* in inn i,
placing the ball into the righ'
hand corner of the M I
Hill no chance to save.
After In*' Spartan Nil I
with tin* scorinn spinl il
second goal came when Chase out-
running Wi'lls took llMX
the goal am: ... niaci
r.o Uattki hi hogding tin- hall om
of tiu roaches -.
the at run a; aV
Pxovti b an AUdn > tl
part ot Mai play in tin
half was witnetued in the Pick-
wick-Rovers goal area.
Pickwick-Rover* ii n*d in
ii' but tin Sparta 11
ware always on the boot to clear
was unchanged. Spartan two goals
Pickwick-Rovers nil
The PaftTM KM Hi O. I
: and Um linesmen Messrs.
P WUkln and I hyer.
Tin- teams were:
Spartan: Harris Recce, Me*, furl
CJIttens, Haynes. Cadogun, Glb-
i t, Evelyn, Johnson
and Chase.
nekuiekRoven: Hill, Prov-
erbs. Atkinson. Hunte. Foster,
Mayers. Well*. CronOJ Wills*,
and Robinson.
Layne Victor
Ludorum At
Foundation
B. Law. ,n,pion o.
I>ivision 2 wa- Victor Ludorum o
Foundation Athletic
meat yaatau la i
H. brought off a first In
1 imp. nigh jump. 100 yards ana
in second in the
I
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. ami VutM i
'
present boys.
Thi prim won
rate of District A
The Roi
Tim H Ewitltt cuticludcd brtori
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tic Shield.
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