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two %  IHMII VII Qahib QaUinq %  i 'tigers on B.W 1 .i?na light > %  -• %  have gone lo BO ft ( .it their daughter %  weddlnm who is to tv mil Thursday to Mr Enxo Hit'... .. A Good Season C ARIB was in at Dai Club. St. Jinw f 1 while and round th they have had. ;inti still are ha\.. %  > %  %  This very attractive i lU*aB| :. Daohaloi Hail. 9 %  > %  • i in 1939. and this main building can aco date six *;iiet'> upsiam. down %  an m* tropical and SUfl ing ti.' built this year are tarns. Wild wild banana* and iin'huriums i The grounds are well ifaotawlj with cusuarinas, coconut palm jrape tree [nd bloWl through the mi casuarinas. with a purrin. | and on the iteaeh the Bill ML It rkla 1 IM.itinum Coast. 1 "Desmond" D Colony only pet and is a .; " • the Aiii-m Club Ii %  I %  At Silver Sands M i togai • %  %  Mil. KONA! II I i:i I Ronald Tree Leave* J UST across the way from the Colony Club, is Rom lnvi-ly honir Heron \\> % %  Mis Aotaai i seems very fond of j>.<. bag wiiii ii and ;i tin of pal '.it hand, i <*ing some %  %  much. %  noon for Trinidad by B.W I A to New York t<> join his wife who left B-i dayi ago. He wr %  burning next year, perhaps %  oontf '( hu. "iix %  .. %  %  i.fT One of the Many 111 Ml Ki !. .Mi.! Mr, A. Dempeti %  %  %  "Rebecca" t J .-it % % %  i %  %  %  %  %  I I %  i lie can lot POCKET CARTOON by OSfeUJtT I \\. \MIK %  I %  I ill F-n Route To England \rty HJ irul will u9 ... | : W I A T %  %  I I %  For B.C. Holiday M iss Hasan Laovy, from Pittaburgh IViu: and Mrs F I Farrell another US' visitor been been staying at the • %  Hotel, lett yesterday bv %  I A foi a short holidav in U alter which they i (.itnada and Thnidaa i uirnmg home At Bathsheba I f' >N ( A v ivmm of the I Ouiai Leajhuatnr* %  rw BC to ba nan bef or e he leavi Jnltad v tayin* %  Bad i Back Again M RS. R Mac Carth] accompanied by Mi ; m from a short visit to Britff 1 Mr* %  %  en tha ..i to meet %  At Seawell Yesterday M l Ml CH. Burton were I i • B.W.I.A. She is bare Hi also to be preent for Miss Madge tun %  on Aprl! Ih Her husband is also coming i .'. t.mil April I3tn 1 ring with bei I Bank Manager Returns M l %  BntG v. ; 1 For Sale-Water D i %  I %  %  aefc. i %  %  wau i .'i. rtored In Ing and %  %  %  %  nmanl : After A Short Holiday K l it I I .'. Hotel Postal i the 6V . 1 J i I im'l> I ssiuiiiii Plie FIR-': k, but not but not The THIRD ia r\-ening. the FOURTH Thr FIFTr! in bll Sow am you guaaj iust what 1 Soini' Spoil your friends with this brain-tas %  What is the sport in which Ihe Aliuli' winning team moves backward "Headache's gone I took GENASPRjy roodsache. N< ^ Cohjb anJ 'Flu \to a h bstaa o brcax a At an> time of nraao or pasa. 'ficnaHtrin' 'r wj (hrinifh • IN I A last nipht niyht-club fashion note: Black velvet cap embroidered with aeauinj. suit of black tie stlk. toida foo'iccd cuffs trimmed with old /folia* lace.—As u-orn by actress April Sfride. Shell Collector L i Barbados %  %  l.on of Aurora Shells wi.. has found on I Ml Walter Itodrigiu-i. %  span) at A i | Apparently collecting 1 %  %  i thai to tind asq rooming or else othei %  round. Ml R r %  Proof I I %  r ami %  %  Hccommod %  %  It IS i. I' llo'.cl. \llllir*Go! Hx Own COLORADO. A shottiun %  i I %  cannot mg progri Rupert and the Dragon Pills—9 w -\rv— BV THE \\A\ By BUCHCOMBU I fuud abops. IsWasM Tirlilomlaim *T*H til i | %  . %  %  I %  %  %  % %  %  %  h> tin I %  %  %  %  %  I h. \mtii,i,,i May 1 America \ >r I. Ill i.riu I %  I %  For Your Table DUfNI K h\i\ i ^ i H faaaasvali BtaMaaj Matl PI \II II gPOONfl II in fhrca gsaa iOI f SPOONS |g II \ I I II | llllhs I tare .,/.Hill \l) KM\ i i M i ; >lirlli.l,l fmkMaai ^lerl but w-hu.ibvvalllng %  miuest aJ .^rd. while %  i lather go Ilkalj will The only that svhan ha has been blowing i %  i %  %  %  arater, Prora tl uO what Bat 1 Knew .i in.ui v^ l. .Ml!-powei with sand, but that I Kunn i u rkanw< i l a on rabbits 1 ,i that nothing "< ul nudu them go d ba i; dragon is doing the rounds of the Batdsn the two pals stiotl sbuut qumJy, "Those < a ami." saya Rupee. I he little Peke opeiu 'iic iar and > ihtfc of than in:o hat hand. "You'd belter keep thue in your Oftg^iog, "Tbcy EMPIRE THEATRE CZECHOSLOVAKIAN CUT GLASSWARE HI II WIIUAI -lltKIll T: mm I II i nil 11 %  \\s\ IIRIIMON \\ SCHOOL ' DANCINO IHSPl.lY mmd BECMTAL iiii\v IM UMI JI .!• r-m. mu. ta pel lotgcts you s&'in. He %  omcilnics gets very Ccit^, and if he finds a stranger heic he may hreathe fire at him." All at on he breaks off and looks lightened. He sees the dragon rouc'ing a lirJge and dashes off is pursuit. "Stop hini I M bs



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, V| „M>I> t> M.MUII -'II. I'j.-iU BARBADOS ADVOCATK PAGE THREE %  Canadian Sports Shaw ftp Decline OTTAWA. Canada. .. .. exports l> Common' *i.X down MUWO** iSuarv. J" expected bv *JLMI economist, to be e"*^ 1200.000,000 for tne RSfLdurtion in salei may oe IJr.i^il. b) increa Ctae United States, but a >£, Verious repereussn B*ooSoon Ml,h > % %  '•-"-"• 'Ear spenaing u due Sfstxford Crippsedict last ttit iterllni members ot the JiwMlth mint cut spending im J E* Muntries. Including ^cl^mi'tments. the Z'mi reductions lik. ,„ almost full stature. "fL m idea behind the .e2listo bolster the ComSJw InTBritish chancellM i it* eixheuuer ,£S*nmc*weell ^ the plan lo buy lea. "Star countries m various 1 in on purchase of Cana^iwcnotlves. She mulcted a barter dent to net the KM to supply 300.000 tons — it In return for jute. South %  C^adian machines and B BuyiiiK L*s tv United Kingdom %  L foodstuffs from Canada ana Ekiu Denmark I E in : tjrh Commonwealth kg irea source. Eoiiut'' for formar soureaa „ tu .WIB. areaBut not all Of them have been %  jfe is do so. Pakistan u likely will ask for an BC in her quota <>f dollar* %  the pool to buy more goods (Canada this year thai %  .Pakistan need hMvv industrial Roods, P i.mients railway equipment. %  CBuda"* exports to the CommonLvealth this year are expected to be %  below the Jl.00O.OOO.tHHi „j last year, The ft I -flat it won't be the full II a" the 25 per centwhich would o a reduction o. 5250.000.00) it rather a cut of about 20 per "Cinad:i is ffttimrniw It H incitMMti.: ourthaaes irum the mines This is being jjne %  livening mure dollars Jwr •-• %  market ^Cjanmonwealth countries. kSjantr. the economliti believe B vfll not be sumcient. Dollar I some COW for the* %  it, it is expected that on-* to an end Sir they will be %  paonent, too, heat 'sad for Canadian goods is Honing the ceffrt of the ComNtlth curtailment. 'THINK O* THE UTTkf ONES! %  rVM Ci>H.-i.f. Mi arraQ*"U*t Ml* UtU. Ht'tU. New WI Archbishop \ oungest In Church (Advocate Correspondent) His Grace the tochbishop-elect of the Weal Indies. Most Rev Alan John K u. B. (Honi in the Church .it Knyiand. Born m. at London i i ived his William Hall, Cambridge A.. LL.B. with jjtcus*ForRu|itur' LONDON, March 28. %  British iinci!, announctoday that its Budapest on Monday, as %  eMsDded by the Hungarian lOntmmeni, 'uid allegations apian the atari were "entirely | Jfouiideu' Though the aemand % %  Whdrawbl was ostensibly (a allegations made at the spy tnil of British businessman [Ssnders. the Council 'aid, the K-ons were introduced ly as an excuse 'or a rup[Jji* of cultural relations between —Re uter In 1823 took up a 1 College %  %  1 i Ij .ion ordained Deacon mt Curate of St. .i. Highway in the Diocese of London. race went out In I9M u Pi Christ Church. Cape Coast Castle, in the Diocese i ntly appointed master oj Coast First Aid hrchmsl ,. %  Instrucnrtt Aid to ad in Went -, %  d clinic .md d the sinsller.1 .niti imx.1 disUnt oulposi with .HI .'Sterne*.* equalled oiilv h> thil of InPriesti last oiurvgsliaae. life worn then tor the :\is r.t" ,•: failed to lion in GeorKf.' further the Inter) %  %  .. NuiMnjE Service .Some lime last year ; %  ised a Committee to arerl Kherne lor the launching of a Nursing Servian wUh of providing nursing attention t< people who cannot atloul to pay the usual ratea tor i nurse, in case of lickn proposal has oeen haiU laudible. and it is boned i.ttmg not only In U %  London in 1948 for the %  had the privilege and h %  and was Land Squatters Clash With Italian Police CATANZARO (Southern Italy). March 28. He inferred police squads today :mg peasants frin LMdl round Calanzaro i.i which was occupied yesterday in a new wave of land i: rabbinic. Despite an appeal from the Una I Prefect to wait for Parliament to complete approval i>f tlw l iiiment Bill splitting up ilte peasants marched I Of, their led by n rni mothers n At Calanzaro (Marina! two red farm work, injured in a clash with police, rested. 4 144 hand ereraidea buned under a manure hiiap. In Sardma. where widespread occupation of uncultivated laiHi has been reported in recent .iirested n regln.u Councillor in Cagliari, Professor Alfredo Torrente. Seeietarv "t thn local Peasants' Union on eharges of "instigating crime in* the foveri Inltail of Ouiar. I 'hurrli m BN upplies of sugar, he would laen ration. Mr. Maurice Webb (the M inkier I "I am looking into the whole problem of our suitor supplies. but i feel it my duty to tell the House now ,,i..vailulaaa at the moment. \h^\ 'hei* is no .mmeoiate prospect o'. an early increase m the raUon Indeed. 1 shall feel happj if 1 can i n for the time beiiit W* -ying the %  nraa Commonwealth countries and any extra sugar would inrijag iiollar i-esorves. But I am sur\'vvmg the ui. ..ill give the House the lull facts ui soon as possible." %  It if then i. „ hurt.ii.t: --ugar. why ban Colonial sugar PHH1IKVI.HI 1 asm ncouraged. %  the i niea and reiteraied hiarepl) '*> Mi %  W. I. (.r.ipefnni Pile 1 p In the ma .trai>!lil!>iillM->.oiiiiil.'" In an MMfaiOJ yon I mi InttHftil ilui Ml b IMd qm.LU. .Mil..mi he i.iii-.n. JII.I withoal danger <" undue il.-...iiil..ri. ^.lll n...I %  > MllllMl kill.-r ..I JJ.MU -IMIUI.I I..ni.ii-j...i-..ii'ni DOB*aUtniagi lentk on H--I1I-. .mil valuable iu |.r..tiiutiiiB .lean and rapid Yon nee.l the niodrrn nnti'eptir TMtM' iDETTOL'. THE MODSRN ANTISCIIC ee SPECIFY BURRELL'S WILLIAM mm LTD. Inc. B. S, COME IN AND HEAR THE LATEST HITS IN GRAMOPHONE RECORDS CAIYPSOS, FOX-TROTS. Etc. WHICH WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED. Doctors test ••Palmolive Beauty Plan -PROVE 2 WOMEN OUT OF 3 CAN HAVE LOVELIER SKIN Thirty-nine docton — .r^dine; aaadfal skin Fpn i-ilists — have now ted 14-day taatt ol" the "r.iiii...livclk.-iuty P K ran i ajli. 'II'.' y : definite itotio ibta hnprovt ihct^niplrxioiiiors ivomeit out 0/3. (.Supported by signed ktatciiKiils by dafl vtouieii thcinsrlvn.) ^aV\\ w I'.niicnlar improvements J0*J J "usrrvrd were:— %  aaa^ Bw. S kin less oily ^^^P L est coarse. ^ m ^ Wwriish., .?''£*£***** ^ %  ^ Yon, too, can expect iIm-iskin improvements—in only 14days if you want a complexion every roan admire, — :,nd every woman rnvicl -• atart the Palmouve Benny Plan now It's so simple. I hit it all you do :— 1 Wtik> /faaur. 1V1 nalWrai .i I4dayt. And you will pt l.ictort ^^ %  aeSlBl proved — thai, it you keep you ... KEEP THAT SOIOOU;iKL COMPLEXION



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PAGE H>i u HX.iH.UMIN \I1M)( ATI BARBADOS *£> AlMMTE r. _^ %  •utiMshBd f" in. AOTI -f .1 %  Co. MS.. M. Uro-6 l. UMIMm Wednesday. March 29. 1950 llridl*.WITH (he introduction of a system of one-way traffic in Trafalgar Square goes the necessity for strengthening the Chamberlain Bridge and widening the Victoria Bridge. The Victoria Bridge is being widened by means of erecting a footpath for pedestrians on the western side, but this kind of widening can only r* regarded as a temporary expedient. It had been originally suggested that there should be a new bridge inasmuch as it is expected to carry a great amount of heavy traffic which could not be safely carried across the Chamberlain Bridge. The plan, however, seems to have been abandoned or delayed for some reason and now a footpath is being constructed. This will merely free the centre of the Bridge from 'rians and leave it to vehicular traffic. The new footpath will to this extent ease the congestion on the Victoria Bridge. the flood waters in August last year did considerable damage lo this lirid I public were consoled by the thought that the Bridge was to be replaced and that by time the plans for a new Bridge would have been received and the work begun. It is fruitless thinking to suppose that the heavy traffic through Bridgetown can be carried much longer by its two bridges. If these narrow and inconvenient bottlenecks are allowed to remain at these two focal points, the public will lose the undeniable benelits of the new system of traffic in Trafalgar Square. This would be most undesirable inasmuch as it has taken twenty years before something effective could be done to relieve the disorder and n of traffic. The Government in making financial provision this year has decided against any %  scale projects but it is to bo hoped that when expenditure will have been increased the matter of the Victoria Bridge will bl In any case what has become of the plans ? . %  '• %  For 4ov Till-; Barbados Publicity Committee, in i zuela: lluibados as a Tourist Raaoft, have issued a small folder written in Spanish. T) %  • %  congratulated. The ubes Barbados us a land of Min and gaiety and gives the Spanish visitor in his own language all the InformI I needs to know, The information is all there, and the ,i nt on anything so far attempt me the dollar, St emenl of the ( ttee 1 a Uttle more colour and a different design i .^ issued by the Tourist Comnu: I i, would ap| fcter numbers of Latin Americans than the Anglo I tnesi and eobriety of the new Inkier. it might ; %  tter too, U I of a ID real ;i %  ; e (older, il.< lot and Wnozuela %  %  %  i improvement! which Uad when the. time comes thi %  South Arm i OW read in the hotoJf, airi i ol the i I of sun and happiness. immittee %  hich is bound to reflect credit.1 our standOdd .Man On! In London's Wartime Underworld If* (a>ori(e Malcolm Thomson CLOt Its IN Till: WIND—By I. L Green, Michael Joseph. 12* 6d. PJCrv K I. Gieen r.pci'iie.s-s in the highest class of thriller. Scares plus psychology. The %  WlftSft Kind of action set oft by the coldest Each of his novels is an episode In a war of nerves. llr is H master of that favourite modern theme, the outlaw, tho n an on the run, ciie Odd Man Out, in short, who must fear every policeman and can trust no civilian The man who Is being headed otT at every turn and will, in the end, be cornered and crushed by society. In Istllng such a story, in lending it tensile strength, in making its people quiveringly alive in their fens and desperations, in capping the whole structure with UUMCk "f climax— nobody to-day surpasses Green. Clouds in the Wind, his new long and most ambitious novel, picked b) 'lie Evening Standard book of the Month, take" the hunted man as on*of its main threads. lint only one. F. L. GREEN loai born at Porttnmu'.h in 1902 and is of Irish, and Symons VMNdd Uke '" hj been born somebody different, .nistocrat, inheritor of a Georgian mansion, famous pictures, a choice cellar. He set himself to acquire by his wits what birth had denied him, to "build his life as an architect builds a b> He did, in fact, acquire a cellar and learned to talk abou* with an intimidating ex, • He acquired a country house. Ii he did not have great pictures. there were always the musical boxes. His mind was filled with dazzling day-dreams, some quite meretricious. He enjoyed L'.IO risks he could not help takir. the social successes he could not help seeking. lie may have come to Uk wine and food of which he was so eloquent a prophet. He had a taste fur the for swindlers and cbiu like the so-called Baror. (Frederick William Rolfe). a disreputable author whom 8 erected Into the object >>t a cuK Tin*, turn Oreea Is working -in Huguenot descent. His first novel Maun<1 y Gregory wa a wider eanvas than usual. H On The Nigkt Of The Fire, was among his acquaintances. Symons has tilled In a gallery of cnaiaiat i Evening Standard Book of the was impressed by the fact thai md KAfonth in 1939. In 1944 he wrote Gregory's cufflinks were plati*2*1 MAIM-,, sentrlc. The people whom I i fell in with when ho dtand wcnl "underground" In Ihc murky, confused Brita the Btttl. .'tmatc son of boona and a barmaid. Ills boyhood has been happy and his youth successful. All but bis marriage to Harriet. And that goes wrong through Dora. Harriet's friend and Frank's 1944 lie wrote Ottd Man Out. He lives in Ulster. Ilum balls covered with dia-1 monds. achieved! With what ability to He modelled himself on the sustain the tension! voung DBraeli 0( ,„e graaajr A. 1. \. STMONB' his lue and curls and the waistcoats. Yet, speculation. By Julian Sjmons. underneath the froth of I Bfi u* tliiaaasili. Me. Ms than im 0 f solid ?""' .. ability as well as a real gift for THE amazing Mr. Symons. friendship .: forger, professional The final impression left bv punier, founder of fie F „ %  ,|„< sympathetic biograph-. -.., ., f d "i 1 "' pSfe co-founder of the len by his brother is that of V. > Don i. drowned, ?1 and Wine Society, author ni line talents wasted on unworth; swimming with Frank. BarrM ,' h0 UC!t for Corvo (an excelpurposes. sees the accident through glasses. '""l Piece of M.'i.iry OttOCUon), At a dining club, the Sette of She asks her husband for the dandy, collector of musical boxes. Odd Volumes, he offered to forge truth: had no killed the girl? And J""ionty on wine, books and th. the name of his friend. Mauri %  Frank cannot tell the truth, he -"-""-'tics, audacious privateer of Hcaly. on a cheque which he does not know It. -this extravawould then present at Hariiet loves lam then: war f* Personality of pre-war banbank. The torjrrj was txtcutad comes; on the eve of baton sent du !" hom >"" 5u >' ear! a * presented and pad. The is Frank makes a frantic "',' ""PI*" as far as possible cost Heoly a bottle of champagne, effort to see I a cll >J of mystery about his Symons died in 1941 and is He comes to his senses when •*" "' and circumstances. He buried at Finchmglicld in his last he, a comrniaatoMd oflctr, has even ,TUa ' wdc nls Christian phase, believing that his already i In a "a" 1 8 career was done he. n shelter during a luavv raid he ''w were allowed to suspect taking a knighthood as if he had falls in with Uaba and Patsy: "'"! 'be initials "A.J A conbeen offered one "Would Sir thi irough them he la drawn Into th' ','''''''' '.']'' names ' Alphonse James sound well?" Su world where CharUa is 'amea Albert and that symons would certainlv m>t. ki,,^ uas Ihe son of it is a world when no qucsaJK II is doubtful if. even as S r UoiU an need Keeper and cook. who became a hotelJames, Symons would have fitted be believed and the %  i tor granted, deffnlnatcomfortably into the pi As a boy he was employed %  fur house; writing to his • JVUAN SYMONS, Londoniintic, dominat'.inti-d at this period born author xritic, poc(, is 38 ing. yet rules J."" • i,: lf ll W" a %  %  • %  Ifeari old. He is married and has (ul m one daughter. Neptune may beat sulis >lsi tneoiiru^intt—Wiiixfon A N answer may have been found to the U boat menace in a future war. It is the V. S. Neptune airplane. All „m^inl f C M .kll..l AWAY WITH THE CULT OF DOOM! II. Havid l.ilirnlhui Fifty-year-old newly retired chairman of the United States Atomic Energy Commission— in a speech in New York I WANT no part of the new cult of doom that I see rising all about us. I want no part of any effort to scare people for good reason or for had reasons. 1 would like, if 1 can. to help to counteract the growing mood among the people of this hopelessness and futility and confusion which the oracles of annihilation have encouraged by their dismal words however well-intentioned those words may be. icmc will not be one of despair, for I ause for disheartenment. I look upon atomic energy as one of the greatest advances in all the long history of man's search for new knowli Wliv I'i. im Ilorrorw V True, it has its dark and sombre side — no doubt about this at all. I know in detail about how destructive the A-bomb is. I know quite well how destructive the H-bomb can be it it can be built. But I ask you: What good comes from the extravagant and sensational picturing of the horrors of atom warfare'' What good does it do to revel in the lurid details of these acknowledged dangers'.' Does this serve the purpose of scaring the rulers ,| thereby act as a deterrent to aggression by them? Of course not Men who are frightened by word pictures do not become the iron rulers of a large part of the earth. D.V.SCOTT 8t CO., LTD. TO-DAYS -Big Ic.rtll OVALTlNE_Sm.ll u Tins GLUCOSE BAKLEV PkU. ALFA MACARONl" „ SAVE V H CHlCKy WE NOW r^ CALV. MESH WIRE for FISH POTS & Mill hi > Blv in 1 Ineh. 1\ inrh. It Ineb mnh from 18 inrhes to :: iprbe, wide — Abe s Inch, i Inch by 4 feet GALVANISE!) LASHING WTIE from 10 to 18 Guage. *-i it by vlltue nf his money and his ability Taken ,n wing. Funk is given talfc | ;i new ration book and a driver's Job in Civil DeAll U But I to be: %  ale "f trottc pimieitraphit—with uparb body as tiu-n nuidel —*• th i I of t'liarlie's An oftlelal V. S publie .t itrann erna rnformatlon ,.f UM kimi In a world of baU-dudowj, America (.vis safe t,. ,ii,dote— naif ax pl a n atlo n i, In contrast to the total Frank blanket imposed by the I until the i wnent. It Is an account of the equipFrank has itf Into f %  "• or having a record range of n.2ao lovelj M : arentlj miles with irks which Inl rcrart mation to the enemy, ped with ntus to Fran] e ol UM anr \ propeUen gels as i good patriot, and on UM and transmit the signal! I the '(evils us a deserter He i And all the time It has a sensitive B tells bin that radar which e/ibles it to noto Ing the the small target presented by the to pounce. Schnorkel nil • a ,,..,..,.„.„„ whieh was formerly in; niHM'EniNG. groping. "II 'ningso I long 1 K u-chlU in %  cover agenl • K u boat might be Dnall] overi me." Shin Ispres. Science keporter I hap inger he is man Pinrher riles:— The Neptune is a two-.: with every cunning touch in bombei It .ain,-< three detecUoo brought into play, devices:— _. . I the 1 Sono-buovs small buovs "V"" 1 1 noul1 %  "f a "ono-buon suspense of the story until ihe dl .: i uta round an "''< !" P*<"'-- 1 * < / "". N edifice of tnetod JSalnTiub. "*"&' <•"?" .•'• ': %  ad is a conEach buoy automatically lowers '"I*",.'. I" .""'' a V'' c "' pl """' ""' "•' |U 1 K> ca '"cate the proUuding end "' Huddled atmos: soundl from sub. ef a Schnorkel—the breathing pipe l .'.',,, ,IV e al ? %  '""< %  Propc""* It then transenabling submarines to recharge end The pl„ the sounds inl nil %  urfaelng !" !" are sent out from an 3. MAO s ma 1 tor -which can find • o( Ihe NtptUTM )y submcrKvd subn i i tinarea sees these Lowered from ihe plane, n < distortions of tho ii iviitiv coloured %  pro bull. record tho The Ncptu: | sub. rockMUI i Ok r call up surface vessels by radio. A flnc-focm radar set which — I.E.S. transforms a submarine's propeller sounds into radio signals. %  %  %  % %  MII1S of A I| Of lif 1 How bruuutiy it ts nil uld I ii'nt .. %  %  Cyi is mal %  t ol $800; i( ti.i I ubie to increaso and thus save moiitiia of liui* Inddanti i purchased a coinpluti' MA i Lou l'mii 0MBn| (ort) thousand and while wa may bo unabla to afford th %  i tw uaa n d (Milan tot Bw jraws; tl I I boRM m mind that with ll in lUTOpt nothing could then be got. at %  All Regimental Banda changed over to Lou 1920 so w are alrv.. behind \tm t. tba use of get. then ig him the bricks and mortar lo %  (gyratory %  1 Michelin tt> in. "ii the question of the problem In Trafalju BQUftro. J suggest to Col Michclu. that btnn maUni n u n : he mak, ih gjratory system complete, there| all cross traffic 1:1 III*' S<).: Col Michelin no doubt knows how satisfactorily the p works In Trafi.lg.ir Undon Why then ahouldn t It also do ao toul area inside of the ng traffic coulo. wiU e to motorist, be turned %  fltj area for pi motor cars and limiting parking 2 or 3 hours as obtains in public parking spots in London. TOR Frwhm %  newspaper is 1 worthy member. "The Press ihauld I right the full freedom ol ex.n>hould in no case bl i.ence of s %  of a competent ootUi o: of the knoui. Md nenerallv applicable law. No separate limitations of the exercise by the Press of the rlgbta of the Individual arc neccasary li de. emergencies. Restrictions specially ..;< to the Press should operat. m time of national emergency, and then only under safeguards 1 minumim intern, (b immediate and COBBII tion of that freedom at f of the emergency, and [< of the courts for Of IWkdantl should be nd ap%  Press are both fully considered. There should at no time be any obsta.;. %  :>ers that pi... Tho council of the Empire Press %  %  prietors* Association and the Common 1 .'.. cabling agencies". REPORTER \../ Co/our To tBe tditor. The Advocate— -It is about Uma that Mr. 1 and others, a does, look further the goal to which West Indians are aspiring. If hi K, then will 1 be con amiss in dra\that it is a West Indl nesi and not a colt with which we are 1 tould Uke to i of a black man neoti visitevi of the dead Adm:sUtement should be the daily prayer of every African: but ii these parts he would have beei aim of the beautiful tun .luted West Indian foi Black Man". %  >tuc was erecto i eminder of his service so too was the Bust <> ad Reeves placed in out Chamber for his serto Barbados. I do agree that there could biiarbados— for th services of the late John R, Bove!: should well be seen in a statue 01 I (rum where our sugar >road. Was he not the of West Indian sugar %  Challenor and Georgi %  o too was Learie Con


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TT „, DNI >I>\V MARCH :II, mai IIAKIiADOS ADVOt All PAGE FIVE 2 Fined For GREEN BROTHERS GUILTY BARBADOS 1st TO GET [ssault M nlAM BOWBU. md Joseph beatln, Florence tnd Korai OF HOUSE-BREAKING —5 Years' Penal Servitude n>ri 1 rKf L l ? REF N and Rueben G,wn lh ' Maxwell, v-rXL i u ^ ach ^""^vd 'o 'h>vcirs' penal wtude by His Honour Sir Allan CoUymorc". C'hiol JusNAVIGATIONAL AIDS IN CARIBBEAN WITH Ihe taking over in early December by the, national Aeradio Ltd., ot Aeradlo tele-communlcatl Radio navigational tidi at Seawi'll. Barbados bacai u,; >' su !" ays sitting of the Court of Grand Sessions. firs! colony In the Caribbean am to adopt thil the pr. CCf, Wing-Commander R. C i \ihocaie" ywUrdiy. _.„ "'.inniiuon, an £S£ Jury ,c "" ,d lhcm guiltjof ""t he hM a warrant to ',•*> imprisonment, breakingand entering the Parci lor a watcn and other ,e. JTaltcr hearing the decision chialbuilding at Christ chureh and told him to open the Bid ,._ a "^^..!'5 hl ^Warrant Head Two and stealing eight cents These sentences will lu I^SS'LJS*!*" sentence. heenterMlhrouih^-open witnesses were called ano J£*~J>mgpm will' run conGreen did not open the door so a^SSLMS't as &'S4 as-i 6SSs a rtafolscntence. told them that if the? J!" . warrant to mM 0( the world's a:r routes -re employed as advisers. This had pleaded guilt;, the sentences nu advised him to hand during the course ot his duties. Jb. which normally would have Jt said that they saw Jos., moo and H IMde cidW ""ft, offence was coir.: December : During "lief" week LI r 1A NvniB M.v.-M.vii -" >, S'; ilpi (•Venture. St. John ervilude, three years' penal sVrvi? Callendar and i coetl to be paid in hide and 18 months' hard labour 6 w "" wa,ch ,n month's imprisonto run concurrentlv while RueP 00 ** 1 ' a s>.ge suit. H entenosa were three vears' GrMn l0 su ' : Julian Hums "I Coann.loull.il hour also to ran concurrenUy. In „,,,,„„ ,,,„ •.February 13 all Lionel will serve eight years' uurm K 'he course ol the search „ „ .„._ j'lJHV i 111 .MPIIRKl ol King penal .ervitude and Kueben six J ,r ns wife s'arted to lean DM I Havana, I Slrtc I netwecn V years' penal servitude. bedroom. She was told to reman, Cuba. „,, Su "' Mr w W. Reeee. K.C.. Solicitor bm 'hsislcd on leaving. He noticed Outlining the purpose of Ihe A. Ficlus General, prosecuted on behalf of ? "*"" ln hcr "and. He held company. Mr. Lawes re* "t Kilie Street was broken and the Crown. her hand and took it away. a pamphlet dealing with "Jila nd S10Q.42 stolen item of the company began and Hying conditions is In London. Mr. Lawes who is deteriorated at twelve aerodromes the Assistant Operations Manain Burma on behalf of the Burma ger of the company and covers Government, by whom I.A.L. moat of the world's ill %  employed as advisers. This ntered and S100.42 U IVAN 'I Bank Hall reUon, Sgt. Cecil Bourne of the wallet ho found a bill from Oscar 1 Dorted t" Uia POUca that her p J £i said that he was on duty Forde. Watch and Clock repair.-: enUrad 'n the Maxwell area on Novempertaining to a broken ring and "•'' San unknown amount ol money IT JS. Ho was accompanied by watch. SSen 'lw.vii -1 M p.m_on SatRueben Green and LJSgt^ HenClyde Green w U later charged iv and 0.30 III Monday. derson. They ,.IIUI i MI i i M of Lower cane Held. N itancdni i \j Carlton, St James told the police thai galvanised ehl La at $12 00 were stolen from Mm between 6 a m. on s Denial H a old Green that he underTo . „,„. nod he r.rM, K*a i—.u_ __j *" ,lr "ear. sentative in the Caribbean tree ' I.A.L. design by six major i ney afterwards searched aim negotiating agreements and plansub-contractors and a hunorco found a .. .., that other supply sources in plans are already afoot for the months, including p of department, itanim prefabricated w.lar to that in Barbados, in oUv %  % % % % %  i the area. Mr Level "'red fre.ght plane to Burma. „s ,,n AdVtter to the The Company has been prlviU K delegellon at the tori eaaad lo etteod I.C.A.O. Regicoming Caribbean I.C.A.O. na l Meetings as advisers to the O.K. delegation. An exchange of shares between VI.. .md Aeronautical Radio Incorporated lArinc)—the American based iKiuivaliut ,.f 1 A I. —ie aimed at eliminating necdleee oompetltlon and co-operation in agreed '. The company.' s., Laweg, "at present operate or maintain tochnu,,! and A.r TrafBe Control etrvkee at thirty main locations on the v.,: the e M f k ee routes, covering an eree lag from Borneo in the East to Barbados in the West. ,'itness for Ihe ProsecuAmong the contents inside the actlv tlei This states: and cautioned but he made no statement, later the same day he went to the home of Rueben and Lionel Green. stood he (Green) had broken and entered the Parochial Treasurer's Building Rueben denieo The Eormatloa of International Limited in January, 1M47. marked a new ; efforts to plan for the future of irenepon route fee lltke. How fast and howfuture developments, would be hinged largely which the I.A.L. charter was designed to cover, i.e., the instalIt was after I lation. operation and maintenance ml 8 p.m. on Sunday :ed Ihe Parochial Treaoiem!^ h d Mn cl >' 1 ' h Station of tele-communications, radio and %  • of Cave Ruildine gum. .„i^T^TV. ""t 1 searched L, la radar aids to navigation M BUM CRAM FORD of Cave Building Rueben denied this say '"" marched Uoi radar aids to navigation Hill -he Gen ing that it was Lionel Green who he"' 5 house. cl> .. Ir-ifhc control throughout the •al when -ho was inMd hl breaking while he enter. """ Ru 'ben gave him me watcn world ' -C.A.O. standards on vplved in an nrcident on Manaod. l o repair. Rueben made a siiteftn economic basis, one Lane on Mondayabout 12 3S Rueben later look him aim '" c 1 '""' r : Hill U'llllflf prnwilh the bicycle T-445 owned 1., .Sgi. Henderson to the eastern ""> not mention Clyucs name """ C-"" r -' t ml ndden by Samuel Maynard nat of ne building where they i about a month and aircuft More Machinery For SeaweH Ii.teriiation.il duni] motor grader equipm B* 1rday for %  %  %  .J3 tons net) has alu b trips I .icre thil Other cargo brought by this •II were crusher bins and conveyors. D-8 caterpillar | I other \ machinery paru. tcx'i roads, bolts and nuts. bto, .m anvil. ;in <*uto car) lene %  i %  : %  I cry The heavy ttuchti %  1 nother trtp I %  the* beuuj %  %  ailing. H T..M Who I tiliifs A Outilitii'% at thi* HflOADWAY al .!! %  MJS 14 brl-> Brwa. Ha*U tt. r.. *l.l U l*i h in fCbll*. HUrk had H<4 t\bll<\ llro- fr.e S. Ie> , irautj, itf.- '•"* -"* %  -—• ••*•• njunt %  ~II \III t nil iiRCN'M BAGS I.K %  Hll.liMIN S iVKIMIHUUinVAl IHIISS SIIOI*. '•I am a proud ronaumer of GOAT CHOW The cows begin their yoong ones on CALF STARTENA Minable from II I AMIS JIIMS 4 Co.. Lid. %  %  %  %  %  a %  irV I'LKASE AOTE nDdlug Beaiin %  planning covers thei installation of Dual (V it f I radl .. caused ail unfabe frightened away. VUUI L;Sgt. Henderson told how ht the pubic and financial loss on accompanied Sgt. Bouri witors. other Constiibles to the home of I that Rueben and Lionel Green ipplj of aendi araUon; approach and search was carried out and I Kc the task %  f found a wallet and a chain. impossible to fultil axcepl on ll Mr ]{. Mandeville. .-. Solicitor long-term basi HP of Maxwell, Christ Church, said the pMdaivUkeflt British i that oa Nov.-mb.-r 5 it about to the nnancial formaUon of the P"I>"^ nd is p ,,j from static Utterfefenee, by airlines and countries ouUdde Un|rUn point the Commonwealth, and n ( t,v %  ...I Hpecl oi p a) would lose its significance by lack of support. thil turned between 11.00 and 11.19 p.m. They entered the house Alter looking around the hOUM lie tuunu a oeuroom w. opened. Two jwnes ol glaai brofeen nd vanoui trucii irattered around on the iloor. The uressing table ll I.A.L. was conscioi. I! was conscious, to., of the facts—first, that men new rui.' eU, plam iniie-mg made for installing a %  Unea of the T'^ls not .ill. and Rueben went to tho pulled out and he found the lock ad, mdualry would I • it-, ii i I . %  ; ,.ii. ..t.ibi i pcoduetJoa In the <* "" '-' :..-.. OI)ituary I I ORNB, O B.I %  I \h ben UOOeJ -nd Hueoen c-mi wu 85. b beard Lionel say ldaid KIMS: Howiird Thorne Ru I watch, was the .. In and we aint get not a.Wbuilding while he remained in the road. Later. Lionel and Rueben came back and he heard Rueben tell Lionel, "Man in day hard to get in, it would teck loUMthiii drUL" Kftetofj Safe Ut liome but awoke to the wardrobe on the ground. Watch Miuvd nd his wife's watch, a gold chain bearing a m %  envelopes containing J1.08. lated by rationalising UK iiupnic.it picture, tO thi ultimate Qnancia] benaflt ce is a big safe without S|; Howard tuebao i0U plain fin Ll does open wiUi numw|Uii .^ b [or lhe pros ecution refuse into manure Thi: ,. __ ht t \ld the Court how he saw footgmest aim Clifford were Imbued Winston then said trial on imnU at Jhv ,,. Mail l ,. A U| ucben Mandeville. tending means of inantu.. tiDJ under a nee. u T Mt rs,,^; •*n JM footprints Barbados. To lh s end, a cam ". ?'iiliht hoie reeamblance to tnose of wai the custom of those a ben ioid him "w l *\ \ '* h Ll0 nel Green's more so than rom the Treasury ..no England to got to give nu^ four cents. ipproDdate action. 'ier watch chain and wallet while Results have shown that, over Mr. Colin Hayiey. Jeweller and tha Watch Repairer, told the Court ten* the I.A.L. that on many occasions he had <>mt. Airlines from ma mat: •Mroachei In i>< riods ol v ndaUons ol thi forthcoming II \ will 1 %  %  %  i %  orbed in 1 • laatton. %  %  lar take-over al A1 Ui India Oeoi Uve plan i.ii. Ltd., > National Alrwaj W., thing to be done at Ant! B.E.A., B.o.A.C. B.S.A.A., Jamalcs Neejotlaf ini on with Ti nd Lcewai of the ho was tin* but The following are now member%  narai %  • TMtEB-MONTHTS* JOB COLAS COMES % %  This sch. LEATHER NOVELTIES DIES BARB 'o to SHOPPIN ISE BOOK IR1PS COMB i SHOE HOI ZIPP Jf. • Our PHOENIX BRANCH will bo closed for STOCK-TAKING Wednesday 2Hth instant, and uur RELIABLE ii It A N C H wil bfl closed on Thursday ;t0lh instant. The PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT will howthe purpose ol UUng Prescriptions only, will be open as usu: Thanks fox .ition. Blilarifi h, h.. ...imsatM. eol to Bive me tour ccm. W..J7"„ W .,.*„ „, OI„J Lhina National Aviation t-orjwiHMHK ' %  < •* RS^! \tr Wood Goddard. Parochial Kathleen Green hiantaa En&Tt :JroI cSnst Church, tolo itness for the g^,^ s • h ow he found his offlce aaid that on November 29 she nMViai ; Alllmcs Sv /.\ 1 he VU ap!" >" „ a d ( ha four pennies and Clyde were at home Ruebao d T w A 0 '.' ; J „.,,,: ear, itUaaUtf came to the house. JJJ/" A •' \V; ;;; ind that .meone had tampered ;lsk(?d U1 „„ le d RueTh(1 iibihly (lf chemist. Dr. Vo. lie continue! %  formulae and .' % %  %  ^^Haof Chemists of which he was a V.. f with %  %  ., that Bai • %  KOt an E. C /\ t:u\ntn\ ,ii lines Systen Others have since •ii is eonndenUj exi ..lie IWU ie.iK*--UMVU mm ni lit naiiven. n---|m .,|,illtv Ot the ailio indUSWithin tWelV< with the safe. he" asked him if at any time ht .,, .,, nuv i ronauttca Benjanun Knight identined the WM golng inlo Br idgetown demonstrated bv the recent race t e le co m munication ii Court as his propcrij. Her husband said that he was against time to provide aeradio for the Bi.tish Carlbbes the monsoons m Her husband said that h hsl 00 August 25 he was ^ oini on Saturday morning booth for ""I"* Kueben then said that he had a Knight, a shopkeeper and p acea watch fo repa r flnd flSked hcr it on her counter. Wncn ni !" husUnd to take it to Bridgetown ed around to take it JJP" *J_ for him. Clyde took thi ll T ,!3fiUJ*'v. and looked at it. He told Rueben under one wtmTrwn lnt< .1-radio Opt In these plans I.A I have tin hu •operation of the D.G.i h %  in| Commandi '' '"...tiu .lon "> '"'"i ** ""' watch hc C0 M L<>c ' tru veiijlprs a • ''""'• %  "•'' % %  and Rueben '"'", ..,^1, , get an offer for It Her husband wharf yesterdey .. ei '"^il' hrbreS. look ll 10 lhe Cilv !" Ihe Salplies of orange, and ,,;M I,.? evidence of urdlv irhkh ,he ea On lhe following Monde, her Do,: I and sill ^S. "Env saw Uonel pair Rueben Iheo fold *n Pjjnialion -.Much wu ntroduclion of i,„r Polite wltneee uie ....^.Jon dosed %  •aopart owner until r Holder Plum Tree and Mob MUX plani %  and wa % %  •• % %  t when lie was doin thin his competen ct t || %  "In these plans OCnOOnet livings been fortunate lo # ro-opcrallon ol tl Fresh t'ruil husband went to Bridgetown u !h rn£ns then eeldieeeed the Wnen hc returned he had th Ilolh Oreens II Honour ...„,„,. „.„K Mi. lal Froi by sehooners Dominica .;„ IS o M ur wilh luir. ir ,;, aT-ffSSS: SBL^i .1 i,n fame to incir nomt ana .^'-' im nuitai. • .var in> packages bean) Ltd In whsoh the BUall be Invited to participate rgo brought .ty these In charge of the Barbados Jury summed up. x ~ hujband fw the walch ,N ^ TSier*"nd a cousin. To Mr. MM When the Houce ; ,, ^ ? rSi brothers, came they did no ask n.y hu ^ and u from Qparatoi He .s assisted ", .10 breaking ana band for the watcn My husband u . bor• Stir ./..<• < ris/iimis. rni'f'r* ami inrliitiis LION CREST PRINTED CASEMENT LION CREST PLAIN CASEMENT in Blue. nose. Green, Maioon and FOLK WEAVE *** %  -oa P.yd ,__$1.26 45 m, wide p.. yd 99c. & $1.00 mi, wide pe* lei. $1.05 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street M ol Health „, %  Wetati -' ?, u> ,,wtnoned sentences. he I : ; our Jw ftoece.. K C Solidto ru 1 the Board ol "'; ". V' inducted the case lor ?"2!LSloo. Clyde Green ,„ lhe U^mSn by Mr J S. B. ,„, s id that "rouh at was repreeen"" / Green's cam „* ihe iurv's ververnation ...., hearing lhe ^ „,„ >;. T„" k Sd^>' '"" C t0 !" i.r„^ecord and du % %  that Clyde Green was In thi !,a< C nces" Mr. Mandeville r rc um.nce.o. ^ ^ „ ^ „„,, „ „„ broke! the Police had brought the walih lu.^ home. I ell Talk ""dydc Green In MM thai carried on a general con..ii'. of the 1 rh Green —. %  ilp. %  *ae at. Wter nea ~r ^ c] diet. Mr. ^fjJI^ld U '' consider Forde's evidence as ther %  on hi< sSsssaKSft Green at Do^rs Ui.t c ^ iHid>r ^ Hon(Jur „,„„..„ med up and een * -----r UHik with him e-*ConsUbles told Green SStsftrsss. The %  J0 a Court n. today the Jury returned 1 until Cleans everything smoothly and speedily! How quickly Vim r k! Just a rub with Vim—and ihe din disappears — your Hied doors made spotless, bright and uleaminil. Vim is smoother and quicker lor all your rlcaninn. So get Vim now I JBaBaahasaar •**eaeeW r ilV'' 'r-''



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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE Companies Tax Up To Highest Peak Cuke Tells Leg. Co. H< WBLE H. A Cute who teco n ded the motion for the of the Appropriation Bill in the Legislative Vndl on Monday, spoke of the possible economic plight in which the colony may soon find itself, and ex£r< lee from where I he major portion of direct : to the limit GOVERNMENT OF BARBADOS BUDGET 1950-51 '. „„„.,.. ," P,N ^ N ';! A 'STATEMENT l.v lion II A ( uk. dotting iUi IM currcnl budget : X* KL ,M0 J" Y" u '"' l9M * '•'" %  "It-Hi :o mmbff. ,.( the U Lcuncll a' their meet.: %  for the Legislative Prorogation On April 4 TUB LegUUtun will be %  d on April 4. A Mi—y fran the Governor to both Hot) the legislature yesterday informed the member* ih.it he proposed to mtJo prorogation at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. In The Legislature COUNCIL that ih* um or vmxio o* dontoO from ihr PobUc Tioaaury .. | \ Q 11 llrati II H.,H] U 1*4994 I to 4. In %  v "'I thr PUB3 Of 1100,000 niMf .... under h***J \|J\ or IM Em. mta. Ufa) II, p RranhlliMf fur 144,SM l tl,( 1949. So J.i..,.. a *o*'n %  rutaiv E*1IiMf iMt>si Ma n, mil •rheduH* % %  . %  %  1949-Mi l>tin*ic,. Part II Capital. mala* l4ft-tt. No H, Braid UM %  .iilollfln • TI %  Rao1 Vet. 1Mb t.!lrrt Tin' I N. : ardei %  %  %  • %  %  1950. undo. %  %  1049 I %  I [.! %  ..: > I a ,i. : %  HOUSE Ifg %  T m.-til of Ml - JH lft %  I. •l.t.Wtl i On-ilof Twiea lovMd on i-nattrl %  '.I %  %  y %  RShdurani Urged To I ne Local Poodfl I llunuuram to %  %  1 produce can%  I I %  5 i ... I %  %  A.G. Scout Lvutlvr Auurtlt'il Silver Cross ii>ii.Klril> rVrsaud ol I %  life or Mr A %  B. G I "HI u ban he %  %  u %  %  %  %  %  I WHAT'S ON TODAY i. Mr. Cuke said thai thr*.yeais ago he had boon aiked one day about the pereanUig* of Government expenditure on a certain item, and working this out he had to be able to get tit one he had to do them all. He hsd therefore prepared a little analysis to the budget three years ago which he had presented to the Council and which they were kind enough to appreciate If honourable members compared the estimates of this yeur with last year they would find there was not any great difference between the percentages under the various heads of expenditure What he would like to say w.is ids on the outlook for the future. Ii had been aald that the budget VM .1 hOU budget, meaning that no new plan. Vtn being embarked U] V. .v.11 this so? He thought that anyone who knew anything of wh: .'•as goinR on in the island would •U hi in that it was time they all took stock nl UM itu.itmii tint! petit* before going any further fa K) been indulging in the heblt of feeling that they could go ahead making grandiose for the future and it WJ.S "iv Mmpttru] to ajh for big Lo be initiated on the round that it was not coming out of the masses, meaninf the people. But as he was going to point out. then would • 1 tome out of the people ere was nowhere elso for them to come fiom The latent figure* he had would give an MM Tbire wen 4.2)2 direct inthe island Of about 2U0.00U Three thuuaand 01 BU oer %  3S7 paid 01 Dei 1 affair*. Taxation Mi %  1 had to S fatal taxes 11 lar a ind i>eople % %  > cerned. texatli I |oin| un %  ' I % %  having wonderful 1 %  -. 1 %  SAtjOl I'"'' 1 ime fiom hi 1 1:1 1 been %  %  "h.maekevim.g" 1 : < 1 Hut %  h ol til. %  I %  lendtrtf to loee theti en educatton m Mi Hui schools. %  1 I uld not lo. II* the 11 iptni counl on Infan %  : Old %  %  %  %  I %  1 AI, u'h ho. %  rnment on the eiu 1 and I (elt that if the Government h lecided tl d tnn em LuUtejoet, H would 1 I ll Mi Huteon ipeekinj on tiitem Wah retted tl 11 the well they had wen diggm. *• werreni ^iid n position in tit,' Lemrerd pan u\ oenilnui theti invi iung thai :. ,.1 uit %  %  %  %  not rot) in the %  1 tot inO. D. I lite *cm*i r,m.iad oaiaw* a UM IM Maith ISM) , M it, ao. Th, airwuat w* tlto_Uf M.nt.aM. 0M diflareace in tha ofiimai aSM TABLE I ti-*d a.timi^ 1 Cenoial alevaniir Halaiw111*9 Aia t,l,pi,*t*d A.] i[t ttafund* Cuvtoma hawtaH Ta Dopartmrntal ReaaQM rontribution lo Capital Bodaat 0 rseal rponditur* N*t Adni.ii.ttiativt' Coal* ret and tho Adm "i.aso iiejei *OS.S4 II.0tI.OS4 M .541.539 Public Rorvicc* koad Water AaTlc.il'Li>r Ship^ins Plro Biifadr Public Market Modical Old An-' PoiaHoiM Chuirh" %  Houitnr I -tion Cra*i •es.4*,. %  mm :-; %  4.. eu.lll j;i.ia.i 151.S29 4IJ40 31.S41 i 131 Tl. 4JSJCO Sen MJOZ 10.4*2 I 1)4,000 40.000 S9.2au.ai7' Jijas Ji.om 1S4JO0 3OU.40O 5S.060 :.aorj JT.15S •ass II T s i la 3 ao.ie S3a.a4 i.aii.iS3 vs • %  .rsr MMS 10.4-tt I Itf.OOO 19.000 S4.4K1S4 .Salaries 4V Wa*< Suppllrn A Sfrv.if.. CaaMtaH Publlr D-l.' Itr\anue a< rf r-timaU'. Om.iei Co^' lr\rom> Ta* %  S.tS0.S13 100 %  Tan Ni-t Stamp Dutc* Swn> takeOth'i flov.rnin.iit Lie I Ifovalne Intrrc •: I '.-. %  sra, isss to T3.SM lTO.000 S3S.I94 tiM Waeca. isfli 9I104.SU S 1.941.494 JITC.JOO aSZ.OUU •"9.000 •:.0M0.090 1 10.000 S I.9W.490 I 4.T4SJ09 • 3.SMJM W.OOU io>,oai tH.740 44.B43 1. BM Ji.ua K.COU B3.4SS 1 99.000 %  9* 9*f TaW'' tl '>'">' "I i',.. i Law and Urd>r %\ i b W| to .vatKi'i %  %  3SCS tn >aj| •Li IM l-on Fond" ..i laeai u.p OOHI .a.fi TABU v M aaSVOBSM lem l..laa* la*. 1941 1944 WI.IM 117.599 ioT.aTi lU1a 119. MN %  199.414 119.049 %  < rop Valoa I loi. Vuooi tun %  Mr,i Con,Pre! C4W Wnofli U W |> cv.. V P Mot. BeU9Bj aaM9M 9BJI Urana • ss iOO.Jij M 14 I09.99A 98 n l .1327 J 41 11 l*4J4t| %  119,448 44 11 IJS.7IU fj || 111,233 109 14 TSJ18 141 4J I51.T11 114 17 %  .'.,177. a.tOJ rjn 1.304 1.809. 1 434 1.714 2.0U. 3J83 3.375. 4.1ti 3.T97. S3.942 Si. Michael Churchwarden Reports For 1949—5(1 Of I hi* IWaS I* |a>raotUal "eent vl-ti v.hm> -nda.l %  Mr H. A rCDOR. Ketirujg hurehuji,U-n oi ST UKhaHll 3fflSK53Ir.S5Si,.~, 'f the pMiiiih lot the flnant ial veai ">'W v.vuid oveatiasii) tp ti. mel last M ," •".•*•"<" H,,!,,!,. rh Hoioa waa hoiworrvi Mr. Tudoi thanked th, en1 it of the Parochial Adminnt"' ih •"' *' *••"*. *• ••• < treUen uho In men* ways had ^ Tnti* SZVt,?' 1 n rriajuej h^s vork as smooth as thai) poasibny oeeld i neveniie for .died Wl,0*iS.74 The Keoorl ie.uK aj totlows — ralheeral I %  %  wore r'polrad oseetan Small aM MM *,.*.A v feSfeOOl OSrSU I" tUa*J -% %  : •placed Tha o I la in air, nrrd ..f n-nofai-itia %  queens Park All UM worfej pi...ijw i1 %  **" ••'"• l bay be. 11 rfltvtrd t.t Uu .iitandanl • Offlc %  r In.. t Boi-an. the Pa i lea Walk haIT. fl.-d .M aaZ^MW Oaaad mi 9j "II Maiajia i i. Bad _a %  > eaaoajol .. Hi. Mkhaei* Inilrnur) nal\ani**d ., am. .^ me un rUen." lar 0 la-t.oo i Matron onU hor >ufl Tfca .eliar ol wh.cM the .1 loaho aaaalo ua, haa boon eon. M Uetdawr Keltef %  iir on IM Roll (or '""' a.H4 waeklv petitionI HontMi Wookb Tho 'asonditoi' n trio inctooao ana ihr Bstui -094 24 .oaeem I .1 H^hM I,-.I Feed t'entre TM r^od Centre tc %  ati.lactor.li Tho Coah balance ovallabar to Ui* Parochial Tiea^ Caah >n BanHUl 51 Caah In Hano i£ Total value ol unpaid vooch•-rin ibe hand of the Churchwarden" Clerk MJ BB I no* uko ihi. opporton.ty u. IIU ik, •poeiai menu.-, of atoaara. WoaUiorhood and Stmaaonda. aa> tore Oueftliaiu, whoaa •Miotaaco could i*a>Tw^p7p4 i d opon and who W009 alway. of IM iri it drip to me. fisherman Dies From Stab DM S.Hided are* f 0 | '. In apite of im UM vote **• m.ino> ha* been u>ed M IM bIt i hoped that Die Pood Centre %  BuiUiiius A w ettimatea wore rnad* for m IM PMOa l, tM uck and poor of the pariah, %  cauaed b< i'.r n...i. ihw wa aaoi %. a* GEORGE HUNTE %  25->ear-old three nsherman of Redman Gap, died t Ihe General Hospitu about Hj.'i •u tho n Tuesday mornin after he wv a.ivan stabbed in Redman Gap. jbout 9 o'cuxk on Monday night A post mortem was perlorrord on hl body about 2 pjn. yesterday by Dr. H L. Ma*siah at the General Hospital Mortuarv Oeorge Harvey another fisherman has been arrested in connection with Hunte's death ntaaVi •urvoj oi ia' tabled • %  ibag dunna the < kill Man Killer 'Bajan' Mother Griffs Dream Comes True GEORGETOWN. B.C.. Mar. 28. SATURDAY afternoon March: 18. 1950. was a big day : life of Barbados-born Mrs. Lydia Grifflfh. 102-year-old resident of the suburban village of Kitty on. the eastern outskirts of Georgetown. Mother GrifT as she is known byyoung and old ui Kitty wax born in Barbados, daughter of a slave. She celebrated her birthday anniversary on Thursday. March 18, and she expressed a wish to see Princess Alice. "I would really like to see her but 1 cannot walk." she told her friends In Ihe Village. The story of Mother Griff was earned on the Front Page of the Daily Chroniele on Satin day morning, and Government KOUM communicate^ 1 with Red Cross Headquarter? . Princess All read of MoLier Griff's wish and requested th^t the old lady be presented to htr after the Presentation of Regimental Colour the B. G. Volunteer FnVce that afternoon. A Distinguished Guest Quickly the news spread aroumi the entire village, and at 4 o'clock children and grown-ups gathered around the little cottage nocne Bl a limousine bearing the Prli Personal Standard arrived with two Red Cross Nurses. Mother. Griff was helped Into the car and taken to Red Cross Headquarters. Here she was made warm covered in a coloured blanket, provided with hot tea and shortly before 5 o'clock escorted b Cross Nurses taken across to the Parade Ground In wheel chair. She was given u place in the front row of distinguished gueM after the iiov ttie PrifVeeU went over to her and amidst tumultuous applause, shook hands with the old lady. "I thank you very much for yomr lovely gift. Prime** Alice told Mother t.rilT. ..ui then it was learnl that on her birthday she had tenl to Government House as a present for the Princess an ornamented calabash.' The Princess then introdi"N Earl of Athlone I thank H is wonderful that you have lUCfa full possession of your senses. Let BM introduce you to my husband." The Earl then came forward and idiook Mother Griff' by the hand. "So you are all the way fron. Baroado>." the Earl ^ul I t Sir, from St. Philip*, long ago," replied the centenarian. Ifil Excellency the C and Lau> Woollcy BatH hands with the old lady um, wished her good health and men) more years on earth." It e i grand day fur Mulher Qrlfl a tear of joy rolled down liei check as the Massed Bands struck up a March and the crowds cheered ee .she was 1 wheeled back to Headquarters and a motor ride back to her little horn" end hei in the village. -^li^L^ Advertise in the EVENING ADVOCATf For rales etc apply — %  ^^^DTOISING DEFT PUMPIIRI^ .M.I-AND'S NO. Sugar „,„„„, rcin K and iMtn su R .r, arP one, mor oh ^ able from Iho leading uroccries . f„ Refined and Energy-giving sugars mmM PCMPHREYS. Agents: Messrs ZEPHIRINS LTD. Qaality BAKERS awan & Roebuck Slrw,. BRITISH WEST gsjuj AIRWAYS LIMITED NOTICE ^.rS ^. ::., p -'^"' %  "*— —— Reef Grounda love be. Nllkitriuale Memorial Home •aaoad'oii •I workers in i. Northern Dk ( -d to M-aBM inan-killing -Ra'rba Ajnarilla" F:.ng) Tommy 4 vu a relief t'otton Urged For British Guiana GEORGETOWN. B.C. March 28 Three agricultural expert! bek %  %  utly and gave a generml description of ho..",. .' boost her BgncuiUira d emphasu %  • %  d fui .i KM order Bafperln Ing of ihe p.-,. aj %  udmurn raeuM re ind crop rotation and grass> lu guard ..^uiist the livestock industry beniH "squeezed out" by rice. %  Qjserta erfao .'iciicullural conditions fa west Indies and Bi Hi C F. Clay. Agricultura. Adviser to th,. Se,, for the C'oloiuea; Dr. Horklot Secretary for Colonial Agricultural Research; and Mr. A \j Frainpton, Advisor in Agriculture for Comptroller for Colonial Deraopnienl and Welfare Test Elsewhere Mr. Clay was of opt) i a; the most) only 20 pei cent, of the Coloi iieially occupied, aim stressed that the bulk of ment shou: areas for the tune being, and thai testing should Uind Utilisatii... are essential, and stud.< : "Baaadje "f .llU'l 'IKI11\ < our type of SU |1 ineiltin ( Ii-iuneii' ment Station of Suo ... Would COmpnse all *\|,es u f l;, no from sand roof to pssgi The main problem or is to get the right t\p. The Colon,..1 ii, has now been inaugurated, and aims at attracting the b> givnig eoroparativel.v BJOOd ciple of using local people, uhii. obtainable, in preference to expRtrkrti rhe .,.. :.uustry hav BeepUaaVUVl results following research, with "the "treniondous" ligure of 6 to acre (Blairmont btel Individual peasant ag efforts should be groui.. to provide such a development a P to atti investment, and raise peasant standards of effW ., tenure, individual would have to be solved eventually, and a binding p established between tei lendaWpi DUE to several changea In schedule which becoec Saturday, l-si \,,ril. I:,, a || persons hold. BTvationa on or after that date are landlj ted to communicate with our Office, Lowr Broad Street, (Phones ; 4585 and 2789) foriraorav alion regarding changes in times of arrivals, and depurtint| etc. '.v^v,%^v,^%^^-/,^ % -,-,.,. i%% // /^ v ; //W/V/yV/VW//f BUY AOWt AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS WE CAN SUPPLY CANE BILLS O CUTLASSES, 18" 4 20" O rOBKS O HOES O SICKLES O SHOVELS JOT All at Attiactive Prict Ihe Barbados Hardware Coitdj 11„ BeUM lei Bargatal) „„,„_? N..s. :::. Sc :.2 Swan Slreel. phwie 21W'"" ( S9.000 For Needy Children iBarbadat Adorale C atrrta*na>nl %  BE1 I. According to reports th. school children is now S9.858 !H. •..ried the FLORENCE" BAKES THINGS LOVELY We 1 hev *lock .— FLORENCE STOVES AND OVENS 3 BURNERS $71.86 2 BURNERS &f (IT. GARAGE TRADING CO, W



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17 iTQ.ESDAV MABCn 2. I960 RARBADOS ADVOCATE p\r.r SEVEN sft^ p siss WL Gi - c h — T THE House of Assembly at their meeting vesterdav ", wl ,h ainrndments, a Bill to amend the Police Ac: ST The Bill originally intended to authorise Gazetted JE,_ to award punishments to member-„; the Force be"J^e rank of sergeant, who were guilty of misconduct or Attain Nationhood —Justice J.W.B. Chenery i'.at bm been made from time aid Mi. Justice J. W. B. Chenery lectunn,; on the >port last nlghtil think v, Controller Of Supplies Permanent Office The House of Assembly yesterday passed a resolution approving the order entitled the Civil Establishment (General Amendment) Order, 1950 wliich makes provision for the salaries of the Controller of Supplies and a Senior if the Controllers Ofl\ce. wanted to take. till thnc Bevin Will Not Churchill Pledges Bargain \\ ills Germans ie report gtvaa the iVest Indies a chance to go forward to said uut both omcer. were m the !" K' !" i, A 2; I "f dominion status within a federation which is controller of Supplies department. "„ r!* !" |0 alW hlUU *>4 .V,l SA.1..1. .1. .. 1 • .., ... „hii-h mo, an ameraar.*.. imhlii. V %  •Sauon contained in the %  pS^rt that the power ot W*.,. Sinishlticnts ft..' minor vDMBMl %  IIIIJ\IIBI ill „ n P ?; k l on ,asl T"sday night, suy. 11 was essential that the West %  £ -??? %  — %  ,. „ , hope.1 that what he had to say IJ_ should >* delegated to He was that dav. however illj -ieh thIndies should follow the Barbadian seemed as thouh that departwould be apt to clarify the honi*S( oSrs. "PP" 8 t giving those urncM, 52 %  "" Council's -attorn. For It must be said that "> !" < would be KOln* „n for a b member'smind The E^Se^r discussing the power to do more tha? c^ensu" mTV T" kcnt 1 1 ' night Barbados, oven in years of depres'ong <""<• yet and he therefore honourable mmUr had touchy ffViidit """ a !" 1 """""' 1 or reprimand. Since the first Hi' he f' 1 *' !" would * !" i slon "ad managed to balance lU l>tW to move the passing of-he „,"£,,* 2eveVvthm. in tne tiSTot which is to limit debate, an incident had occurrca „'„ ", ,h V b "" y of the West budget. Re.olut.on. !" ,* '£\£ touched' on n.r f,! Commissioner, -he would only refer ,0 it bricTry •,"?'?'''? d m Tf n,0 ln nc "" Financial Stability Mr. M. E >•' he.u, wanted the honhr ^ pre^irefT, "h. 0 ...," the report on the our.bhvmembe -to, do was to live ,„ h d „„„, Services In the "im some idea ai to how long the „.....u „,,.„„,, ,„ ,,Caribbean Area, ami then nmcc was likely to be. Since it -^ fourth '.is an Institution which had _. ..Inch had aroused been running since 1M9. they Si;::::::: :3ssi; 5 ~ &% ffi£K n f ,^> ?lo,o the putting a branch of the^mmtoX n '^'^r'V"" 0 h '" "1^ Spelk^ng abou't toTnce again, h. b,ur g "'' "> b l !" nent thing, for convenience. ft wa, p^ r in ,he hands of the were given such p„ wcrs !" 1 Imu^Uljrwe^^^^a' -ld that ,t might ""ha'Jom!. "^'" Uv f. '?K" Ta' S^ ,b "P" <"""'"•'"> hich "^".-J !" ,, in .ward i I when ih ..t..^ I then made other mode of financing federal v l, ncy which the Individual the Government had found a lot ,s whemes ins essential. ..hci'-.er hv f 0 1 "!': Therefore whan the ot difficulty. The honourable present holder of the post of Controller of Supplies had been seconded to act in the post nd acquired knowledge that was of immense benefit to the colony at the present time. Support For Labour • From Page 1 from page I that she en: f— .iaents to award up to time when the safeguard ..! KKwtra drill to a mem"mil authority lu7c T"„,Z.i h ,1. 0 ?' .• I*-'"' 'not T hours' extra fj -hp Force below the rank representative was absent. > see how a senate loan or" oKirwiie. b it must iw honourable member said that it member should DMT cr-^wi was absent. "."T" loan or otherwise, but it must tie "•V* 1 "'"""" "a "• ' iiiemoer snouia near in mlgd lhat %  aHrsaf. ,. Wh f n '' lec,od members became ronlSied ta?h^ n „.t,£ r ,C P £ in a manner which would enable " bkeljr to be tor some time, hd with the question ol control, iney !" ^ ,_. h Ministers, public opinion as repSrvJTv sef.u o, !" P ST WW d ,hp w "t Indies to develop their hoped that he would be able to eouM not for certainty -.., flp pinned no faith in the resented ,„ the House . f d •"^ am usifuljpurpose A one,,„„„ wHn treedom in their expatiate his reply, as to how long coBlrols would cease. _,! ,n wntitig to 'be Comprovide -urh a safeguard, and ablvT far &.S" ,H Si S/^ ""ancial policy. -Of whether there was any Idea ,, Uiey had lor certainty .aid Eer because they could not power like that could then be aJed tl£ nroooneni? nfTn. eon' n ,hc quM, ,n "' FM al s "" ' ,,ow lon ,h m "' w would last for two years, men K awCommissioner, extended. v '' h 0 .^""""^ nts oft ho eonw „, s Mr rt,^,^ „,„.,,, „„„ entitled to remain. JS, i„ the most extraordinary inSi JESJ^ ^ SSJ " %  > recommendation that those "TSirant case. (aUlng to eonDr. H. C. Cummin. (LI said ^""'L ''"^Tl,, C l nomln 1 ? " as last 'rS 0 ? ,?. ? '" """ !" mc ork 7tbt UUnd to attend the discipline ot the Police Force ,. ""' """ %  l al i l '-,"' enatc mem%  L Mice Station to give .It had been drawn to the alienbe?"^""" CDK before the Commissioner Hon of Government that the lime %  ''..;, MBt rs whici, ro •uWocted ""* *L; n '"' u f than not £al he WoukTb. sonTe: enuMOtlon with wasted when Police case, u „ c „,,„ k „.„. „ oth ,„ c ,,, ,,nes^;H,:\.!uSrf\c; r ZduaZ:;:^', n Jmilters i Hxjuirv Fdrce. to was 'aid tric<|. The serecani il. Bcljeplaine to Si SXta^^fiSsS ta'^fXsd'cri .Baasloner-s OBIce to attend J had to come to ^odquarter. Federal Court was an absolule neesoulry. His answer to that "> r tne case to bo tried by the eonttv because in i written elm. ktot if Mohamet could not f !" '"^'"":.''"','| Bill before. ~ ^ ^^n v 'hch as he had saM, there would obPermaiient viousJy be no point in making it He hoped that the idea of like that. niakinn; that department perHe had often heard the honourmanent would not be carried out. able member say that he knew of^U^i^^aro^cSc. "*th %  ov.-'onien, regarded the working Government. Mon•I ;is part of their established ourable mem be m of tlun Tisunng vote, knew that the honourable niemlf UM3 rt lhat it ber knew the workmx of theCoxhat the Uma r ', i ^i, C Gov n ? r Federal Judiciary, M. Chenery waB R* '"'"R. Y "ad no emment. But he ww not mIDWM-vary jST^S !S H!2S..??! h ? ly -'"' ttt the (unctions of such "H 1 'or it on the permanent titled to say that the Govenim.-.,: would not affect the present legal establishment of the island. V* could not change its attitude or judicial set-up m the vanou* would maintain that that would They were not afraid to make a i ill bo indefensible. Of eoune their change when they saw that it have its own legal officers. With laws were not the laws of the would be profitable to iho islaixi. and if the time came for them to .i.try it was more than likely, If they were not to be put on recommend any chanp iHiv.wcr that it would Inkr twetf there, he thought there was some eatablishment of that order, they the functions of the W rJMttnf with it would recommend th< i.dies. MMU have to travel from Pio be tried. The sergeant, the 'rhZ neVi" £*rt" m nri+ t— IK.I hav< lts own ,PKni n,,,f ' r w,lh '•* %  "•*• ot the """—' -Tender and his witnesses in Ln a^.^1 !" .^ !" .^ the creation ,.f the Fcleral JudiMedea and Persians. _. lO COmp to hnnHfiiiiriiirf m for the '.The mountaim tl.n S ft !" Signed ,o p„, an Cour, o, 4, p, ;. must travel to Moto that. If the Hill should pass and a tutloD, and it 'v;^ the %  Interprcler Hut that would not l> Inconveiiienri' i that trouble and brought by the Superuim vlrea and P" 1 ' iu ,u foulri throughout the West Indie* to be %  Bjiunlty. it light l*\ he said, that the formi. Hie have the right to appeal in the posed th same way as anyone else could i,,.,,,,, VI 111 tli.,1 .1 i iw.K.,„.,i.mr •_ I'I-..' l-„J •-...... lilt 1hi>ir Iitil-t II UTK lilt 111 ',ll|> doubt was a happy pereussor..f knowledge that Ural i: god to pay do Iheir part. It was jjmJ ttougBt and actioii named ,„ r uae years, to ,,ul NSM ighoul the Ids | 1,......^" "" "' person there then would offender would [ Commissioner of Police ttmUmg facilitiev which he one. The offender could appeal St of Ch'ef uatice and -hut and attend the country to the Oomm.ss.oner of PolicTor 0 ;| %  o o.^e VK.mm.ty on {•^Jj !" "* • %  *• **** "V *" tin question, -paring withei o come before that body. V on w h etx na d ^ r n rb dot incontlve Committee, if he to be £3.500 a year Thai said. M. f" "J*" Knowledge .^ u. l * flft w h t*e decision of the mi( thai oJ I th. r "H " MUni ,-i I\,, r-^Ln'^ Th., n p in alternauve. he would be Coouiilaaloncr. i;3 tmo aaj it w.is Grange to report. The.: ooatiyrenada tonfemue. mat no He was sure mat with the to agree to a cornwhereby the powers to be conferred by the I all Superintendents be conferred on the PpVy Comtni'-sioinT aloiif, %  BDK the power t<> award, the f.ovt inoi-in-KxemtivV. drill. He understood that* a compromise did not find Mr l E Smith (L| said that r with Government, consehe did not feel safe as far as iy, he must oppose the putting power In the bandfl "t ^ght reading. l he Superintendents when they had the (''itiimissioner there g. G. Map 'L> said that He felt that if the Superintend'Jie last occasion he was not ents were given authoi •wy to giving those otficai ind caution the men m \n censure or lepnmaiid, in the Foite, they might be too be felt that it was a dishard power that could be came to the extra drill of M\ such an officer, without houra, dissatisfaction in the The HottM then while ho was not then Committee on the Hill Haseennng the granting of it with amendnw • ah that, be that we live day; MI watch tie eou to the Commissioner, and also had the right to •AT Brancker Queries Fire Brigade Staff %  Bfl %  tiff %  BUQI *• J. F. T. Rr.nrker (Cl tabled ehattel houses are now for th.' si relative to the •suiting In M UnposlUoo of Parochial Tnx.-rt at a meeting of the ua poor people -^ 1 i-lay. Mr. such houses and who are not in so enquired whether a position to pay thereon? the File Brigade <3) In view of the above, will :-J~Z %  %  sufficient. Govoriimenl mill;.!!' all %  nu t Smith (L) tabled a, steps without delay, by legislation, %  ".'elating i„ the rate -.f with %  view to causing %  1M c, chattel houses. house. Of a -m.dler annual vallM n>i„i..,, ., II t!4 lo lie escnipt from a,:, liability for rates? • IHir %  Newspaper Denies Ban Report %  jnniolion is concerned, (a) %  sen-ice with the Central "•"d would not be Uken !" raUon, nor (hi educ.ialiflc.tion>: The Belize BUlboard, Sunu..;. _ %  ato a fact tha, Uie ..d d-MI a —-t ajjVJJ inVinV, ha. also not" because of IU cnUco,,, of I MrtMn that the man "*nt over the que.llon of ? T* P ~! ^i-^h.i'Governii;. ; as* cnate. "o promotion in rasaar '"The Superintendent pte-Pg ^jfTsra^ji onions £' II lhe answer to the abovo 11 in lhe aillim..in, M.I attention to ordinance I ,, ihe Criminal Oats, vide, a 2-year hard labour term ... n. likely to bring into hatred it sute whether du""„ S„;,, T?*" a" arisen amongst !" „m^l the person of II. ttjrn becaiue they fear *%%*? ffSove,-, ,J3~J"I Impressions" profflc i*| capacity or the Govern "M> scope ,„, exeice of m ; n „, firitish Honduras, or .• • • %  iscrimin.llon and/or a Horn Government inform >o whether the flies of raise "discontent or a. amongst inhabitants of Briusl Honduras; or to prom, ho-tility bst. Jjaasim this Department full}sections ot the popu. Kii"*" ""'">• wiih UU r.i itish Hoodura, the The Ordinaniv Highway' being as an afternuith •• riots, declares 'It **",,.,' ,.ier the (section) tha the Fire Hi. ,,U alleged to h on lhe PUDIIC uirougnoui uie isiaiios ... %  %  • ', %  ,„,."" ki.TL." I b) such rich create lh| Sfn?:,,. „ H ,s., .,. The) should not hailK.il, 11 ,',""i-„""I 1 y ",' ""' lusion that the mat. u Honduras. Jamaica .a did not cotton ">l" '7, ,^ 0, ,eo^„„ n hT• ^> person running an administration incorrectly. Members of that CJov. ,,„„ emment did not believe in pan onKESd ire,.;;..," fn !" "t'ne OoSS "Sk Ck > ] • ^ !" S" Of „.,. l,m,ei,.,lC„.ve,,, -.eUldleaC ,..,. locOmplMS federation 1| „.,,!,!,! :rom would send men and wotOSn cotna, JUST A SPLIT SECOND But To Astronomer Finch It Brings Fame After Ten Years Of Clock-Watching By CHAI'MAN I'INtlll.K temational conlemne TQ S|)V tW method of delltui Inch, ten routnu %  Me-nwiule. it ,i in acientiiuorder have offered little icope ror the man who put th fame. Th e K w Yet In the OuW ol his hill-top What would you rale the c observatory at Abiiw". Burn) monest eause of death lie hM stumbled liiampered animals of i Old aet P n e um o ri Rew. j .._. — — i If on answer, according to /.oo mortem specialist Dr. H I refill ,lock-watchell is. riOH-.irc InK Finch has found that the The jungle law lhat unfit to live is is ii.mb .,( keeper*' care, assumed, spins faster every auDo You Alree ? tumn and slowa down every Little men usually make the spring. most henpecked husbands, ncThe time il tald •' KI cording to a peraonaUty survey one* makaa them more dependent human race rliki a Frankenstein fiiie if it fails to safeguard iteell while there is still time a aclenins to-day. .Machines that can think for selves are already being „„. limit. US. electronic expert Ed.•nq mund Berkeley claims, • Machines London'! lhat w,n ct for themselves as well as will soon be made, he beNearest approach so fa* i self-sufficient robot is Susie, electro-mechanical secretary, being developed by tho U.S. Army i ex ol wires, valves, and geera, Susie will Up out nei boss's words on a typewriter as fast as he can speak them With the rules of spelling and grammar time It takes to turn rouiu cording to a personal .i,^Tn her maSurtic memorj the nudnight-to-inidmght „f mor e than 1.000 DM. ^' 'aaomauJElv curr^T hi we call a "24-hour day a London hoaplUL Their nature !" *'" auiomaUcally correct tus was a step that Government not take alone. That step was taken in conjuneiion with the Whit ley council and although it might appear to the honourable member to have a chan.< titkn In the Imperlwl world. they did feel tht tunes people who wethrough their i | churacter, to have certain posts. Control was not only for thought in HaibaUos. Control seemed to affect whole. Even those that did not csriy l onomy found have control. They in that House were not debeUng particulai Ideologies ol that or any other Government. They were trying to lit the needs of the colony to the Resolution and in that Resolution, they wanted to glee 'hut officer the opportunity uf bemtt In post but they couli how long it would last. .Ie felt that it had been with the approval of the Whillr> and they should then-fun It to Parliament to make ;i de-J cision one wy or other, it with those facts in mind thai it decisions which Government had derided v leave be imposed upon I the Controller in office. —Rruter iw^!J^ auSe Franco mi & 1 !" amble % %  w-i? 11 ??' th9 "We build up this Bntatn aid R^cTSSt K^ democrauc responsil-:: rmed and asserted continutllv ?^ fnghtfullv difficult.•' the most .^U?? S2JSJ^ Mr "I have had to tell CJiurchlU aaJd %e mann r coUcagues in Germany that they explaining whv he did not beare a little too nationalistic for tieve another war was immin. n t me and their naUonalism breaks uid "there ncitr through their social dem<-1 time when the .luinionx rather too frequently—all that .'gainst wars were a strone ff m ns Mut>"'.. Mr. Bevtn said he hoped he rtafau> hem that hen was not misinterpreting them by "" •' J?iantic scale in the Mylng that he referred to the "' naoona. d v and added "But no one should underrate I must say we have set our face ,ho difficulties in the way of a Igalnet that, the United States. *-'ttlement or close his eves to the France and our*. ulf separating the two worlds .. „. ,.. ,,ach nrm * and reaching out for Here Mr. ChurchUI Interrupted agendea that might eventually to den> that lie used the words destroy the human race." Bg" or rearmament'. Mr. Mr Churchill said he thought llevm retorted "it may not be the 't probable that the Soviet Govrearmlng ol Germany but ent feared the friendship of glee the Germans arms you are lhe West even more than they .vanning them. did its hostility. Mr. Chnrrhiii What I %  fdleei Mriea ol quarrels. In n'feren< e to QernuoM mrlnmnaM of an outside with us, tho Americans and '"•''".v "'i the minds of the masses, French. mnjht be regarded by the Soviets Mr. Bevtn: I >hou.d be ^S^T^SZ sorry if 1 misquoted you I | the Communist ix.wer wa >'' „ i Here indeed is a thoughtMr. Bevin eontinii. i a reason for fear case if we want to bring France he observed, "but fear must never and Germany together thai .dnbe allowed to cast out hope" talking about arming the "I do not take an over sanguine na in any form. I an. the position." he .fde Fence Tho Foreign Se< ktton %  | saving, it And th %  %  ,in WOI Id m world togethei potentiality of the weal I and lasting peat .ii artlon that the Conunittee %  that they HI the A Ihout any details worked i lesponsiis," he said. %  Strasbuui | d that Would ll.*V %  thing he was suie Iliilain <-ould It was virtually to Keeuttvo bodj In Buropa that was by Parliament, uhuli COUld by a majority vote of a ami it that the i the tune would the "fearful tomle ITeetlvehjf In a i that la to say in h iiarrstrainl." Mr Churchill added ">>f 11 the Unittockptta and it edll be only ba gradual itrtfrg oiuld IK built up in 'he :i. n But even if Russia had only 50 atom bernba '.hoso SO and fearful experiences for beyond %  have ever endured Mr. Churchill expressed his earnest hope a 'he Foreign Secret i \poslUon of th> i illcy l tinGo" tli. in anything Whlcli II. \ i ... i (he nt and in ,i II al the Britten Ooi i ment wa* lacking in aanl for she whole r U ol Europe. —Renler. Pimples Go Cause Killed in 3 Days Nlsodsrm .-Blr-B to i r— iaoaJ a rm I on I %  hi .. I %  t Nnodr pesittvi nit and funaoih or %  %  BIN thai Nil N oderm Trouhlea "DtDanmcnl "asspon; (Bl !E" !" ihe prcKin nn.: Uous Intention are true Bl IMk* tem u •' _sas, answer is "No." why %  fcTr "" immediatelj taken to %  ajab,7 "" ' inn aw-T' 1 1 Iho present perr 'Xlr., ,l u ,„v. wh] ZJ^waailJ perform whilst %  ^ %  tannieni ,5 „ 0 i Tapti" Coming For Sugar Toda> Steamship "Tspti" conslfaj 1 10 Messrs. Ds Costa Co• %  "<" %  • ft,*-*, oueauon reao. a. SSSH, iaV^^o, fo^r for the Uniled KlndwiUis"'r •aai .SS?** 1 ""' moor^ ,n "" Cl **r3iP.i J Tj gSVfajnenl ,,,*,„ ub Ul lhe arrival ui •*;,'" m the price el this vessel. *•"' ""jj^nd ct WFl 1 tawards the end or g£, rj ,„ u aware lhat sin.,11 Han. May than in Novembei. th( ir wives. maBBI that the hour the minute, and the second a I ,-made subdivisions of lhe earths day, are no more reliable lor licking of! lime inan ruler WOUl ; leaglh. The fluctuations are too *mall •o mailer to a house-wife tlmin, an et, or even to a buv 10 bes,' a 10-seoond counl % %  ., ,1 diflerence lo Ba Klenlilt working; wtthll lionlh-of-second limits. ,_.... To be really exact scienlials .ill now have to Qualify such glib .talrments a. "light 'fa, 1 '" al 1M000 miles per second riy nld.ng the date when I roinent was made. Finch (Ot %  < %  four aft, • %  Mavatorx was lined out a .up.-accurate timekeeper, called vslal clocks. he noticed the clocks mg slow one misty sulumn morning lie wondered wheUtsr their reliability hod been m „ed. Bu. when he found them running fast in tne spring he k, earth must be at fault Finch's chief. Aslron.,,, ,1 Sir Hsrold Spencer Jones, believes this rotation rhythm U due STeeaeonal shifting, of ihe polsr Icecaps aller. :t and freMe. ilictation In robots of Susie's type Berkeley smells an Immediate threat through mass unemployment. In laler, more intricate, device. buM lo think logically and even ,, their makers, he foresees Ihe possibility that man will ,-, dependent mentally on hi. machines. lie urges lhe setting up of as international Robot Macnine Commission before the human brain is devalued loo far. 1 doubt the belief that a machine can be built with the hu man ability 10 ]udga outside circimslances and act accordingly. Hut scientists, probing the working, of the brain, are getting strong evidence that even thr most abstract of man's mental activities— imagination—11 largely Blow Them Navy scientist, have at ..I a way of decontam.: lhe ships made radio-active during the Bikini atom bomb tests mc-e than three rears sgo— a mallei of eleetrlc .. CI a e k wsteher Herbert Frank Finch the man who found out th.t a second in Ms> is longer th.n a second la November. And the reason? Berasue the earth iperhaga. since il I. free of the Jewiag hy blasting them with a powerful down Influence of. snow sad jet of wet sand, lei suins fatter In the autumn -nd slow, down again every Please Return 9''"' . ., . „ After n ihree-month cliff-top Psychiatrist Dr. Unford Rtw w lch „„ „,,. b^^ o, w.ijh rhythm 11 due .'P"!" 1 no "" n t '"' •• l b *"r' coast island where grey seal. small men surxonsciously bnKl ,„,„„!! J. L. Dsvles recompensate for their sire by extra p,,,, „„, aimom every seal-pup bounce. ( bom ^i^n t h, tide Is coming I more small men did make up in. ^h £^^..lled temperamentally for their laik of Should active n*l* aosn pups ^"VhEil" nl. I T "t >'raHlt>Thei^^ !" w P X '"Z c^fAnd me BBC trans*"* ' I "" ou <" '-ight lsck to mam. 3 a. lesss Ukeiy 10 wan'"Meats. ,„, Brai„, „, tj, ,„., a'avebands They Think Ikiak." K'aapmaii aad llall, —-afclng on Research on robot brains is go31s.) .. ..-..'lists' are planning an inIng ahead so rapidly th.t the *> %  O o t 1 .as en rs'e, T II \l FOR I) AM ALIA 1 %  ' 1 Saves You Money lVjLouriii lin, and ..iintiiil.ililc interior, a powerful 'lo' cnsiiii', all-rmiml precitioa cnginreiint; — yet the AlsgUa coati less than any other car of its class. It is amazingly thrifty on petrol and oil. All its life Ihe Ain;ii.. is backed by the fine*! service facilities in the world. May era arrange a tlaaiaUUeiialiu A NEW SllirntM JUST IIM'KIVKII $1560^ CHARLES MCEMEARNEY & Co.. LTD.



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HI •" %  * pacha>d colTer Now ovail"VCK TYRSS %  .T. : %  II ply %  %  * otr Oan^r Ltd Pi tVtnoeiV!< UVfely in Infant feed%  P %  rte conlr.it %  r*- nul* n rtetiiliutir I *" %  "_dm*., .hfw th> %  '-..ueeient i,. ,: „. % %  %  Dexirokr nhouid inin rvary %  %  M %  MUCT WI'ATHRKHKAD I.TD 2| 1 M 3. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The .pplk,U:<.ii „( y |i of Liquor Umn fto 6" o 'Mpori %  %  %  BulWin*. rbxaad • Dnied ihii Mm d*j of March i0 r.. I( A TAIA1A F, I'nlice M>.-i*untr D %  lor ..i. N n Tin. .,. I If \ TMAIA. Police Maasi-.i .1. %  Tribute to a Famous Hospital "The Middlesex Hospital HILARY It, c.| 0 i \| MIM; rubli>hrd B| I'lin-h %  Rrtiivd h> Joan Icklnr LONDI %  %  IOD| sutTeiii much pi.i. %  %  %  %  %  forma. Bjy st. Ge %  %  %  %  %  inuiii. 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Mi mired ttatfor. k' I frlera..r. Keroatno oil St.-.. ..lode) with *ll i-ori;aine.l OV1 %  >' kin* order' • Uook>. Iieaaateedi Maltreaae*. M.-l.i. . Warner Radio.. iW workm • Rab. Pram Pa aanj %  i | er IMpai 0UI 10 ineiUMMi Sale II 30 a.m Trrtiw Cah I Si .Bt— sn Bladoi %  .. mm adkaal n ^ PIPFS A rrriNGs :i A. 4 B.^". Trre Co T, CMVAN|* E 5HEFTR In 14 nnd V "* %  '. '.It ..m, *f, and tn i.ncth* I BU i "'" Ptatet L16. Ill '. fcTJJJ l" varlou* e Enquire '7 Company, TradleaStreet. I 3 r -> tin v "" CHEEM CRISP* TI .*t Iha Ihing t. our drlnlu. WVCE WF^TIlERHEAn ITI' ^ H > %  of every rte-, old Jeweli, nne Slaver ar'.v booka, Mapa. Auto! Gomnfea Antique Shop. I Yacht Club lB4D.-t.fn. STOK^S?" UO*HJ. CAR %  BR: "our, t 3* to *ilary %  Jf* "**>. Apply to Mia tr*n need K n .3e—:r S5CELUN g *r riothe. %  ARcmui co %  REAL ESTATE WANT A HOI -I TO Rl V IV RtUAVHI I i running water le 1 alandeu; land i bedroom heuae In C1T1 %  IMal IM1 R. Archer McKen; Bft.S 3. 4M0 Plentiful In The I.K. %  %  1 1 i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  —Rmlrr Tn.under-lined will off. Dear OfMce No II, HWJ. %  town, OB WedneeJay the 5th dj*y • April IBS*, at 3 p m The demrabar Bunfalow railed C1IA' "ITTE VUJf. 'Ituate in OnOar Oai Illaek Roc* with the land tlanda\ containing 3 P" property of the late Mlat rnarir Cadtln The ihirvf>low rontam* 1 nallcrlea. Lovaaorv and R1-aht and Governi' %  W, F,., ...wvIWi appi. to Mr O'D Daniel. M Tudor •Nreet For further particular • (4 Rale, upply o the uj^eralnad %  i Gap. of? D. %  %  Pnertun. Upper DeyrellMM We will offer (or aale l I netltion on Friday the al dayo( M-rch -•*# M %  %  ri our office Jamea Sweet. The MeeeuaeDweUlnd hou-r and -hop ^tuale at Tuder Street -nr-DWa, a akea) to 11M' %  Iifci.B'r ini.dntiini of nnleeal ^•c.lcily and Cover.. Tor Insertion apply on I •o the tenant any der For further panlruler apply to IIUTCHLNaON A BA'iTlaXD tU Me*. Jai-i plneawil and %  %  '•.I.UXJK. 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U %  a in this LtntiBI the ainrji%  imposlnf >ts totalllBiian principle* on the —Reeler r he ii. yon ea the B* ad* General Hosptiii t% Major T J. I M'„ HettMa Coerel afri Ref.wl Kip Mr John MOiL MaMri i %  Prancu HarUfan. Mr Chai %  i \ADA Mi. Mai Evam. Mi '" %  Jr*ep" %  %  nndirl Joaepf.. M> %  II' s OOOII lu look in i ii I ok on.! nKST to own n"' Wa*k| Knaio al your Oaa Showiuoni > look SH VIEW (iliEST HOUSE HASTINGS. HAKBAUOS I \l I 1.1.1.M I I l-IM FULLV SKIIKIU BAIt I Mis -: inr !>•> I upMardt tlnrlwivrl Apply-Mra. W. S. 1IOWEL1. R M. JONES & CO, LTD.-Agents. AT TAYLOR'S—ROEBUCK STREET We rarr> a lull •.uvpljr of I at Claa* Uterrri lu terlealini May tons Orange & Lemon Squaah—Klim—Jacob".•aiiuti—Nevtle* Cream—Nesta N. unai Puddings—IIem / Hi QgSaWe*—SwifU! M MSIT in \M II \t } TOOT OlDElrt. John IP. I. t ,,l,„ A SOHV f-*iT. ( LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE .:. "LISTER" ALTERNATOR SETS 1 7S K.W. DIESEL DRIVEN ALTERNATOR8 > a.w. s KM. .. 10. i K.W. a It K H M tt a.w. 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* PAGF EIGH. BARBADOS AD.OCATE HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON / MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEv %  —K .. -A~ S ""-E WE \S rSBS ... *vr STi— N)0 C--2 ~J r Wi uoa-I=49.:E O MOOOfC j —i— %¡ —mi Xi \v \i CCNS V WHAT r Evgev-ss DO \\E_y TT ^0.3 3TS CO? CC.SVCS^T "5 *M6 B.AZS£V 5T2SE...J ... X \ SEE SCwi \ 77-"^? CASE w~ 3< ffv, \\S. U "16 P.Ai-E?—>? _-/atfVf>AttS %  y"..', .'PTggr' BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG ;i £ VOU CAN GfcT BACK A l TMANK ON VOjU KSE—J > VOU. HES jJ'iT AS -—s* MAMA GOOD A9 NEW ASAiN ^SLf %  K. O. ,%.\ ,\0.\ T he Kiddle of (he H.-il min NOW JACK TO IKl %  IF* TMI OOftBV INT6IUTD. MfblO—' TMAT tuiT.>. MMIXO THE BAR MOV ID ALMOST A6 IF AMO MDfUi YOU* PMTTV aost ? i TO orricT AM AKOMAI CM tOM'T QL/ITI VOU. / <0 SCfiNFl-H* -ROIS MUCM it-' i rt/r *A* Youm HANQS LBUJ ... J* A ANO I 00 MSAN THE LONE RANGER WE IE (: %  %  <_ %  <_ % %  BY FRANK STRIKER %  %  %  %  MIT6 AI %  •GHT ieWIO-HEKMN-1 %  i'S wCie GANS.' ,-7-^ T77-/ .-; BRINGING UP FATH BY GEORGE MC.MANUS VMLLVQJ ^ %  w.rv. ve r RIP KIRBY X TILL. YCU. K.RSY S QANOWOL*! Nl'S SPOTTIO VI! IF TMCY MCRG AN' SRINS SK BY ALEX RAYMOND JIRTT *MC?£ r.O*>Ou) WHERE NO OMi| ., PLAN TO PUT H i / WitL L0O< "OR l 3 ^ MWYftfrCTl/MIMTiLLTMl SHlNOMfi* OVBR... N" HIS OWN CAR! THE PHANTOM (E.'AiAEi S-E %  -'.tDTMiS .,001 A PLACE BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES 9 lit HE SENT PlANA AW*'. AC AUICK.MAYBE SrleD.CN'I lill. HIM SHED COME BACKHESE? iVr?/^ pretties in tT% AM £zx:z> A LOVELY ASSORTMsjff "FERGUSON FABRICS" STOCKED BY THE LEADING STORES. OF EASTER Kg C CARLTONI Whnliilfct, Dniggui 136 Roebuck 5i. Dnm Dalai) JUST IN TIME EOR THE EASTER SERVICES k Y, HYMN BOOKS ANCIENT & MODERN Advocate Stationery HERNERVtSL TOMAKETRoL ...• So " *'<*<( theShJI "!• ane bra. I^ .wEM a-.io.q,s ti WWaiL IW. •?. %  £. •!*, l^inol. |e E^, %  mm Utiud u i !" %  • IrWik. M. bka b.^ [, Sri. !" i hd uud ln bMlkaWIWl.u. ~I P* I lah %  pM RHEUMAI1SI and a BAGKACK M Be IIWMJ tk< '!;. %  .(: %  KffUSCHEN ^f'tB? fl rtNBtfa ID my arms ind lioalim. TR K ins Mlartod m theUDAildl ok. lDcrauUf IBtU URN rnally MVPr* I boR*l iM of Kruscbrn anJ wunrfrliill hnd that I BOt & UtU v&A buuKbt Haotlwr&iw ban BI finished ail my ptUi W 01 ami from that I taw %  appearad again. UywRR* OMtlBRtB RM IfctN % %  4 farpnwd me."—T.R. KoeumatlcMMailtaiMi ura u-uailv IL reeultoljno in :lio blou*--puuiiiUJ( bowfilB aotf WWRi falltnK to Pipe. :unuilainU ihm ll %  %  irMtmaDt tkaa "^"Sft whirh .'loaniM aU *W" .,: MM, WIlBllBf *RI mal hoaitay BCUOB.RRJ restorei fnaUMH aii niw Ail CheroliiB to* ** KruecbsD. /rom Nature's Hounteous VSeld M'mm... they're perfect 1 MAKE THEM YOURSELF WITH NO FEAR OF FAILURE TtH"' N I J.inunl \ "' i. pantfoa .1 •..I I. ,ood I. lood bvcrM lluabb ij.,..,,,, '*" %  n*H I M tliou.and. ol -ind Ea %  ll.1.000 a.rc. I M Ml .!„• "'i'"-ih. iminiuM I" '!>.0>j||i^' I nirv garden and Ike Uhor.iorU.. '.Ken in the OHMlln and -In. • Owltmt•• andi. lull and >i'M ih.-orld. valtine The Worlds most popular fi>t>tlIlru-rai/e Bakewell Tarts *%o wouldnt be proud of pulling 0M60* uw lite UMM on ih. ttm-uble! You can M*e <* 0 -i*>-tbif.-. no ipec.il knck. With Rojil • rVirto 10 guirinue iucceu. Hviy-i h""" 1 ^ "^ e BMfKL Hett'i in* racipe: Make puiry with 4 . pUnflw. I •"""JJ'r *VW Aktltf rowia.pixk "fall, /H *** %  '* inaU.Linipiuy tiniwilhpuuy, punno""* •ouom. Crewn / at, bum aid fn <" %  *'' Kfl tmUm Fawtu, a Unit bmdam "'!rZ •aavou. mi*. Beil well, ind ihrte-uinrun n" aany-ota with ike miitun. Baki ui •"" 450*. 1* • )2 nunuiw. ROYAL BAKING POWTJER m



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I'U.I TI.V BARBADOS ADVOCATE _tVEnNESav, MMCB Annual Inter-School Sporls On Friday Till: Annual Athtel Oval, cm Fi DIVISION l\ High Jump; ft 7 Ins %  %  .n rill Rcdlffuilon 1|) ol t.v %  ... i R (\imb*rbnlch %  %  i %  %  %  %  3 *-CUM'IIS. Lodgr School %  The sihoo!' ilifair UM I in thr followln I %  %  It.wvmn CHI %  %  %  %  %  %  %  provided to gan %  %  ItlVISION 1 Higb Jump Ml II %  100 %  IHVlsiris ll High Jump 5 fl 4 Long Jump: 18 ft 100 yards: 101 sees. 0| JICCS. DIVISION III Jump. 5 fl. Long Jump i %  1 .KI,<.', | ; K Thornow (5) t NUMMN H >i % %  -I fl) W K Atkinson, i I f i Rj II( li %  Thr < •Ih-cr: i ., holdcn li i G < .r ptx ii <. J o M Browne .1 I I i(. Clarfct ut tin* Foundation I %  Thr %  bermero will be piiinr.i on Nik' Marshall Kenrx %  [in reton, Lordi K, • i B vICI %  College lawn DUtll •>* %  ll 1--. I %  I %  %  ,...pai H %  The Foundation School and the Idge School h.i I migh' %  lions— UK* Foundation School )• %  %  Compptitlon promises to Uto bnr ; pQOl Vote For Nw *'I Archbishop A Scotch Hval.V.II Thompson MUSKOGEE OKlohoma. .rnhlr morningongy Oklnnoma is not Inf like what that musical j coincn' to heHaven t I seen one Siirr> buaav (nnm' Of without %  is flashing I elon* in my I uuida. miles an hour [ Ev navc I .. | (,-, %  Iniekl instead of bPBBglHM | And as for ihe Red [nouni id Of dressing properl> in j .eather.-i and warpaint, they wear U io how much money 4) from p*ie 3 1 West Indies will bring joy to all %  pla ai afall %  %  %  iille treat mill Ihe whole day fol irO, Yi'i. an al n ad< .i this sweetly lOfl yet aelive peace is emblematic of the power and i| a great faith. Arch bishop Knight is truly Mi.has plans /or the E*0fl Bhlrwj Ma. France, the Massachusetts nirl who had to give up her attempt on the English August, is already training for another attempt • % %  snc has a good chance. is lefl from selling land lo the beloved, a man elect of men." • Yankee* -either hlue dungarees The life of the new Archbishop is a record of cea i %  g~\F COI'EHE. 1 could have %  ;ma t 'lf-s;irr.tice Well equipped V/ laded v:< W Ol Oklahoma in*ft* bjl high i.rtlre. he excels in the cause ol last night. I arrived here management of others, and follOM and Ihirsty day's hj| power tot 'In drive ihroiuch Arkansas, I Stale ^permanent uplirtmenl <>f all who for its bad roads, its floods come within his Jurisdiction. He and General DOUKUS MacArthur. \ s u cr i\, %  a A minor dust storm had imagination is guided and conihlrgt ami I diii noi trolled by reason and commonfee] like siakin it with '• ri i There is m hlrn moral and banana i had seen too much of • ige„ rtrenejUi %  >! the -stuii In Arkansas, having purpose, and exceptional agility driven for some miles with the of mind and body Of Hi laetppf up to the running j t mav he sa j,i ffls strength is board. i an the strength of io bacauaa Mi "Something to drink'" asked n the waitress after she took my j ir„---f„l dinner onto •** ita-yj re, A 9m ^gSm t nil — ONL Y MUGS HA VE A BET ON EVERY RACE BY CUVE GRAHAM SQUASH RACKETS CUP M.l ii III match* %  %  I i Wolf* -Noel Cup men players and was won In the Shown %  Notn> Dame Defeats College 6-0 %  i I %  %  %  %  %  i four I %  Ihwart ll opponents ..> kept Idle He tot hU %  bout five minutes before the final whistle The '• %  on. Flarrou. Grant %  ton Browne erts: Headle* Efa %  (tout Cancelled I YORK Man %  ow night %  hen iraln%  %  —Rruter For the oonUu, the %  trill happily make plu> with his th< oches, A (' Hi The i %  l Some bai i %  nut beai %  %  %  %  Trainer. Bel Win Or Lone I backers winner, but i %  i %  %  i. %  the "H I %  itton %  hadn't %  %  %  The \\ either l<> l>\* sun gjaoai gji j in Vis t. II |l III Haaai ituii> agett I i ightlni ii in II m II H a.-, t ia urn i' :i M m I >IIKH \\ Ralalall < aaVtaurteai) Nil i Teeaperalarc (Mia I : I i l\ Ind Mil' UOBJ It am) I I p in I by N. Wind Veloellr: 19 miles per bow ll u MW 'ii' t I uii i "' 111 tally, untaxad), fhe> (io In For A System Thirdl>. a syatamilends Some of ihem belies en from the time? I iking allowance) 1 goinc. % %  1 i %  man I know merchant -ii wood Crai ok so H • won i* SO Baokmakeri in Bcvana are ir. a %  i -.. %  I e rhey I %  tage oi the chan Lung. Even met l.'ieed ha\ le Lai year one of then home an • %  (OJ J weak I eh he had backe* i loi bumping. nad luck with Ihe res of US %  I %  ponderablt %  %  '"'. ee upaet ih,most can ; OlIpS. I Was (liven \ Wad t>l Notes A race ui France 10000 1>•;]v n inly to mind The affair was "fixed" for oi. lar horse to win. As a irutiUni • hick ana to bet on the last moeaant it appeals thai while the henna were al the starting post one %  > the jockeys made a r-lijft I %  Lit the tin I friend ol another i \ I argument developed In which the other By the tuna the ra the treat money-making plan had tieen forgotten, and in ihe furtoua finish which ensued the "good %  lure i>n Ihe stands tore • .f of tote-tlckata and i ailed that phi i i\v of the %  ..... kfi %  I Uon is hardl %  that the boras he has I in the if it wins, he i %  %  piled. "A whisky and soda." She could not have looked more shocked if I hod ordered a pint of her blood. This, she said, is a drv State. 1 HAD FORGOTTEN that Oklahoma is one of the two States which still have not repealed prohibition Perhaps I could be forgiven, for in the local evening newspaper I had seen two halfpage advertisements for whisky And I need hardly add that Oklahoma has been no more successful than any other Government in legislation that every morning shall be beautiful and free from hangovers. Prohibitionists are worried. So are the bootleggers, chief benefl%  the present la* champion Of liberty has just arrived on the Okla. ind 1 man. who %  %  %  H ,\NI>SOMF. red-haired ind 4 I the Rev |ar, of Oklahoma n by announclng himself as a candidate fm MM Of the State's In the U S Sennte. ,.,;.!, I-" id' enough of a sensation .s a minOllly has he attacked prohibition, but he hold.billiards and Btdtua ind bridge tournaments in hipai them—•"The %  with entermlfon of the His excuse f< orii t the Minim i* '-y-'ilt PLATfOEM i which Mr I -. under will nil %  eeret Bat one plank %  -inmises to cauaa as much of a rui ">us as his "wet" can,; Undoubtedly he wi'l call for better treatment of N Spectacular indeed Is he campaign Mr Alexander is planning Fusl he will flv round the Stale. i Secondly, ini h. f campaign sup; be Roy R oge r s, th s#aya aria mpoaalhli light In those cowboy hlms Also present will be the famous Rogers steed. Trigger J UST in ease Mr. Alexander wins the piofessionals are all ready to go to work on him. Their ace In the whole strange campaign thr no* WilHan Alexander used to b* a compere in n night Hit. YOU WILL NEED THESE FOR THE (Z'tJX&L When, more frequently, >' loses-well, than ire unapeaei Hut. alaa, mcfa aaeuaaa do not help to pay the rent In the •"*' Bve ttcant parcenfaga of rai Inj ier puntati have "•'in belting. i bad the misfortune to enjoy novlcs/l luck. Naturbegan to think that theg had found a sure wa\ and plant) of it. Too Man> Al Short Odds N 'dinous poUc). ig months to pick your races with care. Only expect to win all the t I I | mons have always been inspiring. His virulent condemnation of Marxian Communism will never be forgotten 'the ihr-mt is real and serious . ire s(ond loda\f in peru grave da'ifler. and if toe ore ro survive Ue >nusl act toilh reaol i Iter, he is likewise very forceful, and an example was his Monthly Message in the Dtocesati "f July, 1947. when he !if time had come for the State to find a remedy for the growing evil of divorce or. as an alternative, face the .erlain dissolution of civilized society. "The increase in div, %  eedings in almost every country 0 alarming in recent years," he wrote, "that Oovoramenta nave been forced %  as a major SOcJal problem and even among people who do not belong to the Church there is a growing fear that the whole ire and stabUil ni gcr of hem-; undei %  nuiu-d ." J Cefltac And GUliani Dran Boxing Vlalth NEW JERSEY. March 28, Argentine Heavyweight Abel aw y/lth Bill GlUlam of Mn %  ne favourite but he ,!U. .in winning the Id draw even The n 6 roc gave each \' boxer five rounds. —Keuter B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMMES WEU.Vr.NUAV. MAJtCH SI, It-W 1 .mTh* Newn. ia %  %  *> %  Aiwl^M*. 7 13 a.< USlft %  M T I ii, HBC Wr-l o( K*>l-*iO Liaril Oiriir Hi, H m Ctom Down. 12 nain Th D p.m. New* Anal p.m MUMC for D*ncti>. I P %  %  %  Wk Tlk. I 15 p.m. Hatllo Nrwivt. I JO p in The Technique ol Aclin*. ; P tn Th* Nw. S.10 p m.. Horn* Ne if. lt Hrum. a IS p.m. SporU P*vl- '-• JM p in. Johaisn Seb-ma.. B*ch. 3 30 P m. DofuJd vm, 4 p " Th* New 1 in p nv The nily Barvtcc. 4 15 t> %  4uHe i"-"i'I'Mndr. 3 30 p.m The PhotoKr-'pli. %  m Monlmarir* HUo'i*. P >" Bun< pvuuiukln. 7 p.m. Th* Nw. 7 lo p m Km Anl>*i. 7 15 P ii. Boo 7 45 p m C"oll c*ll ih* Tuiw. H !• m K-1.U NWrl. a 13 P nv. MlUfc Ir.-" Gi-*.d Hotel. 9 p.m TheNwi. B.li |i". lioni* Nws from HiiUitt, "13 p m HI Wfrt TVlg. 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1UNDREDS OF BARBADIANS WITHOUT JOBS ) WASHINGTON, Ifank a H | SITED STATES loda> accepted ,„ invilalion from Brn.-li Foreign Secrclarj Krneai Bevin lo ., "Big Three _„ MinMi-r-' Majc... L' jaat UNlUn augar Interim ,r. ..jiliiii anx0 tar rrpl*. ComLN Mr I. M < ampbell ill Csalnaan v\.-. In fee perhap* Ihr muddlr .. II In %  v* up —H> < iblc (000 Strike In Australia KELBOl'liNK. M i ti.ous.iiM mini i nt mea." I ikX'liJiI In I M) 1 tl llKHI —Renter. H> U ii r d a > H;.rrl. *• BmrbaJms Miaeate Price; FIVE ci:>rs Year SS. -Big Three" Will pr \Ieet In London 'oday We'll Know? %  i ,uin>uii> ,iu -k.d Nn u* *e I f H' toiniiiK i "•*'' .nUUolls :. ; MilHi-. (ainrriiment's lib tiur-liufirr. HP. Mr 1'eler i IM> ^sk Mr of 1 PLAYING FIEI %  %  national emti •in. ,, .'.. %  '"'<> U*e propo i In Germany. 3 The pol in •I The JapMM %  Thr Stale Dq iioould not M the Bl| %  MLwould precede thi h Israel Door Still Open To Jordan CA1RI %  %  %  the Arab League—Jandl Bd King A i promises to make ny separat. Churchill Pledges V£ ***; a ^ Drive bubs support b or Labour off $ea Foreign Policy Still Time To Hake Peace %  f put oil Foreign At.arm p wa Ki-uler. Itul\ Takes Over Somali April I HOMK. March U Italy will offleiallj tab Bo m allla a d mandate Iron Britain < i. it was oflV %  n The mandate %  authorlt) so. riir Italian AdiiiUiletralor, Dr, Gianni Ki.Ki.m to Chile, I .n Soma.Drtl Heater fPhiii" Suueerc" iomt' Prom U.S. -S4VS TAYLOR ^^P* word on IP fitim Henry Taylor, u Dallas, I) B that pother planet l>ut from the %  MM %  • v are: A military lecret and nothMrto be frightei,. San* type ol mil %  lefts wh, atler a given period In the -Heater YitioiiulLMs AX ill Lift Blockade !' King Abdullat. any coi rangemenls with League Slat %  I %  without a deiinite raj Kins Abdullah lo the hat he face expulsion %  all attempt) W> Amman last nlghl %  nt ii was Jordan'i immediate expulsion to 'here wa sti.* %  litvU'iy reply fnwii King Abdullah. —Healer Mican Judge Settling In South Africa i ^ i rowN JaiueeCh!. th Africa •n_/i | FOHMi' 1 %  | lo hit the blockade ol Communist % %  '. fellO* ivIU'i wa* l earn ed tv / Is trying to orgaiii.c p %  Large %  | %  also being made to drop food by I air. Copies of a statement on the rational %  Communis.' areas tomoii"" —Renter. Demand Keleasr Of Viee-CoflSuI KLGRADI Yugoslav today demanded tho immadlata relaaea of i %  the Yug.II was arrested on i .ii ,'rLinlK'i OB hind the diplomatic Kratrr. Cripps May Resign LONDON, Mai Man] Lai r* of Parlia m a nt ire won. by recuri pi culaUon %  Cripp*. ta nomic brain, may resign tht Chancellorship ol %  %  nit nt quarters The Daily T< iegrapn %  -oday. Hut quarters that, apart from being greatly %  tlloi U -Uiinlin.: up to the lleree pace he Hf without particular —Rraler SPORTS WINDOW %  lit M I Sp-it-li %  oil IMi I II).f rillHl) :>lli %  %  I %  !--.- I..IMII Tt-t>AV-<4 KIXTI'Kr Mnpla> ..... i il SI : %  %  \ \\\ to 11 it rgMHia %  Mi ud Mi. %  S l^t ta •ltd C ..— I aad Q x %  %  -.,• Mi t | ..i l W Detffi %  i II P K %  itI. Iniiia. and W 1 Mr. A. A. iiibbun. mi < B K s LUncraO .. i' HeO Fwimssa AMBASSADOR KILLED AS PLANE CRASHES —Onh One Sur\i\or fcr6i/, 08 Too? ,. OTTAWA, March 2H irrying Ambassadur dlkd Bd S7, l-ocame m\ mbawaiio LUgUfig IW48 I mi. Turkey mid Cafcl! From INV1W42 he was Amei •aatdor la ata The plane crashed about i miles south-east of here, appal ng Off fror nearby Roc k I iff r \ %  %  ed in ih*n .HUIUIV weather OUMMl ,fter taking i B Mr Stc I W.isliri, \: n KS. nvwspaixi I... Bri%  Baai %  eaticN •f •( %  „ nion in %  >l weakbo Is al lump -Bl P VA1 I I %  ii. said m .. paoel "haa reason to baUavi %  meat whu I her 'll\< | -iff llu LONDON. VatiVfj leader Winston Churchill told the %  that there waa still tinu And peace bul it must not limit up her atom i>on.l> Muihrth *• So.. Itnli i %  %  %  %  day is precious Churchill declared hU |>art> llilrltlloti lo rnnllntlr -n I flf II. labour I %  tui-iiimrnl s lito. | polio "a* e did iltinou.. >r*r ben tr WOffl tuiliu •• %  M llH h'.u. e i.r poi ley on srhl been I>I< i %  i whelming P support lovei mneiil sent ma}.. him rai mi %  Union oV r he did not wla> raaaon "^ h on u irj nd a I He pointed i il that ha had said nothing about th* Germany or the IO ctoaUoa of i Ceiman ami>. hul the strong Oerrnan r twlot defeated t>> ipportunlti ol render] // Bermuda Dockyard Shuts LONDON DELEGATION PROTESTS CLOSE DOWN LONDON. March 28. '["HE FUTURE ol the naval dockyard in Bermuda and possibly ol the America and W6st Indies squadron itself is now being discussed in London. A four man delegation from the Executive Council of Bermuda, headed by Colonel Nicholas Dill, were this morning entertained to lunch by the First Lord of the Admiralty—and have this afternoon been reviewing with high Admiralty officials the recent decision to close down the dockyard. Bevin Will Not Bargain With Germans %  tnulii no* %  %  the ouhUon to this problem hi |uel iliead, and. if n predh lion %  II. %  Bolted. i:. i.i, LONDi i Secretary Brru repiylni "i the I %  1 against Oppoattto policy and 11 %  %  %  ... ii ii %  %  %  ceajree, LTurthi viierted %  week the conclusioti of the Iraity, %  nt %  .pi'osing the lUfeaiy teen in touch .vith the colonial 'ifflce official %  doplnx ro BBUBI Uiafl 'he Admiralty d* or amended ""' IMectricity Cuts Again %  attempl %  %  information forthcoming Of the proposal that %  u i i have no I i %  In !.. wara. 1) %  %  i HI i in II u %  %  itute laid .i" %  statute an %  in ins .,n which Ut %  over i.sea wM-fcmen are aasI Hal i.ntkwrd. luciudUU 'i.i n.i.lrnl rtam rlarbado* .:lh Bl Ltaaaal I I OtaagBa I foul kM| I potnl '>ut to ..%  %  %  %  I i nt to lalial the %  I job%  Vi-ir I'rttblem fr^ ih. Colo.u.1 OB ,". %  *= arrival of the auUlantiv I ruiiiun Utridetj KKV WI-" House adviser said toda. "Loyalty F1 ment ei'ni nlttea hu %  Mr. Truman's position H Mr. Edgar Heovai the Federal Bureau of II Hon. win<: %  dial tiles i i to Senators. The Fed* risible for •>• ed that I available mployees. —Re tiler. i if the oaVe, repv vhlca • .,, and seemed to ne in lames ;hot rrom %  Krlllrr UftOi Nine Killed Ro88eliini Drug Addict.' ROME. March 28 The Italian nlro duadot, RoMf HoawUihl. a '•'' ' rha'aw W Roaarllini law Senator'* LllBlttai "at* him. . ... .. will wail t.r the r Johnwn 'tan rrea* Civil Servant ToActCoLSec. .ppoinled I" the HOUMJ tif \ ktat and prepare a draft npl> to the Governor's Message No. 12/ 19M) regarding proposals for ent %  kl tho House did Ufa l ho prop*-. %  The Committee comprised: Mi F I. W.ilcitl. Mr .1 H Wilkin b Mr. J E T Branckei i-idard. %  Ol the Heport is a% %  use of Asaembly \>vg to acknowledge receipt --f foul Message No. 12/lviU relating to the offer made by the Be. retarj ol sute to a Bfale "n temporary Becondment, a Oncer fern ti Office to act as Colonia, unlil the amval of the vubstantue holder of the poet. The llouae agree that the iran-B two offlevrs mentioned x.ellency's Mesaage will seriously weaken the Secretariat The House, however. -1,1. lth the proposals contained in Your Excellency's Message, Oouea feel that suiuble .arrangementa can be made wherebaear of the Civil Service I can be appointed to set durini this period BpBlatire couiu I esterday. appointed umittee to draft n Bi) MesN-nt. regard* i ing the Mcofidtnt ial S .II \ i.f this j i.land %  nmlttee are ITM United Eun.p. with-. Mr. ri,,,u lull ~aid, "and there Is DO toftf for r.ermanv except m a free BOd imi* B Eurepi II. .H %  il Ktai.r proach lo unity, ; '* a> aa i-*1 Prendi l)oekrr* Gu Buck The I . .. ruuda Colonel ut j %  The ttoallng aae oniy in^ In the it, lonxer ba %  %  %  Afti Dill. %  'nil blast all : • -day Integrated Defence For N.AJ\ Area nit: HAtii K. liar %  North Ati. Organisalion has unanimously agreed on an Integrated |l %  LB Atlantic area. It was annoi. %  unique said the new DafaeaM I'Un" i^ baaed on the, imeil li> | each nation to the maximum it aiaurlnK the cont, the territories covere.i North Atlantic Organisation It emphasised also tin of a harmonisation and Integration of national efforts to set up a eoliective defence organisation to maintain the peace, and deiend the North Atlantic area against aggression The plan will l>e sul 'he Defc PARIS March at), I Fran u poits wnara their 24-ii uj up ovei I relay. I la trikC was a protest agaiu-t lie union leadeis lielonginK to the CosnB i i %  i in Marsedhs last week. At Marseille!! BBd Bet) south coast, do. ki their 211-day-.,1.1 sage elaim aim %  ly's stoppage was tola In ill hut three iwrts—Cherbourg. %  red it, Bor| f!65 do* k: and MarselHr>, where 2.600 nut of 15.000 men roll itfraplu-t lie, to-dsy weathci -radio and navigation radio -n. > mit tee — Reter. Been asked for. This was tho nrrt setback foe the Republn u forces who were frying to i I ieign aid spending He Hoarded Human Hair Tito Not Wanted In Rurui DiatrietK MCORATED RANGOON, v Anti 0 rw up a tTain on 10 Killed As Plane hxpltxles BIRMINGHAM. March 2$. hard A. Johnson had such a mania for girls' long hair that he could not resist stripping it %  IT their heads as they passed hi numerous drawings and writings' of an improper nature. But Johnson was caught stealing hair from girls' heads in a Birmingham store and to-dsy he BKLOBADat, March Yugoslav General tion result* show sition to Marshal moot in of Croatia. Many tUong Roman Camolics i luiim. fH-rfrrlimn aassfeesg •mijufancm arm r/n /..winii, 'ii'f'iing ruussf rafafcaajSe 'hull 'i • IU'IKIII I'rmrimf ilMtaaawte HniMn ffaalyaa. OU I I M...I, UmJon — ../.......,(.. il.rbv.lmm*>. si PER MIK.IM ICARETTES "" 825T. -*ater. r,,i .appaared In court, where thc.i-iaheal number ol "blind" volea •' Judge pv' • •lion for 'ao~far rouatad ware In jastrabar tl->ar^.ld Johnaoo would lu veara provided he aubmltlad akl. iuth of Zagil %  luitlo parcholoKical tr. %  • Maaakar with a queer COlThe Judgr alao I rdi-.id that ,lida*c for the Teder.1 S^^^BkM awr-lalia U li el a*a ll. r 'aa haar. uhouunda of ma, al about 24.000 lataved away froajt the polls — place* of halt ribbon, Mlrpina and I —Muter mountini oppo\% I Tlto'i Ooveni^ towna and parUi 1% of the electoral,-' %S N Bxxsox HEDGES %  \ DOS


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1UNDREDS OF BARBADIANS WITHOUT JOBS
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WASHINGTON, Ifank a
,H, | SITED STATES loda> accepted , invilalion from
Brn.-li Foreign Secrclarj Krneai Bevin lo ., "Big Three
_ MinMi-r-' making UM

until the ...
Allantu
would l- dlMusscd bj u
UM UnilM Stan
b mifhl lain
lorttl Allanli.
Confar.
I. The relations f Ibe thrr-
ll.MiH-
Ik ai-""
aw '....... -
I laeun "UBar nra.Ji.a-
L. i uii. raaalri ma)
,lr*rl up tonmrrim.
Jiam l.rltlilll* Secre-
C, ,, -uu .. belna
ku, hr i prrpa
I nun
I the
ll.llM-
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Mill ri-sul
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Luc Ut tar Weal
Ihr [mI lallh jiiU mk*.
|| g( l> Majc...
L'
jaat UNlUn augar Inter-
im ,r. ..jiliiii anx-
0 tar rrpl*. Com-
Ln Mr I. M < ampbell
ill Csalnaan v\.-. In
. fee perhap*
Ihr muddlr .. II In
v* up H> < iblc
(000 Strike
In Australia
KELBOl'liNK. M
i ti.ous.iiM mini
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1
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Renter.
H> U ii r d a >
H;.rrl. *
BmrbaJms
Miaeate
Price;
five ci:>rs
Year SS.
-Big Three" Will pr
\Ieet In London
'oday We'll
Know?
i
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-k.d
Nn u* *e I f
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toiniiiK i "*''
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(ainrriiment's
lib tiur-liufirr.
HP. Mr 1'eler
i Im> ^sk Mr
of
1 PLAYING FIEI ,



national emti
in. ,,
.'..
'"'<> U*e propo i
In Germany.
3 The pol
in
I The JapMM
Thr Stale Dq
ii- oould not m
the Bl|
ml- would precede thi h Israel
Door Still
Open To
Jordan
CA1RI


the Arab LeagueJandl
Bd King A i
promises to make ny separat.
Churchill Pledges V ***;
a ^ Drive bubs
support b or Labour off $ea
Foreign Policy
Still Time To Hake Peace
f "
put oil
Foreign
At.arm p wa Ki-uler.
Itul\ Takes Over
Somali April I
HOMK. March U
Italy will offleiallj tab
Bomalllaad mandate Iron Britain
< i. it was oflV
n
The mandate

authorlt) so. .
riir Italian AdiiiUiletralor, Dr,
Gianni Ki.Ki.m
to Chile, I .n Soma-
.Drtl Heater
fPhiii" Suueerc"
iomt' Prom U.S.
-S4VS TAYLOR
^^P* word on
IP fitim Henry Taylor, u
Dallas,
I) B that
pother planet l>ut from the
MM
v are:
A military lecret and noth-
Mrto be frightei,.
San* type ol mil
lefts wh,
atler a given period In the
-Heater
YitioiiulLMs AX ill
Lift Blockade
!' King Abdullat.
any coi
rangemenls with
League Slat

I

.
without a deiinite raj
Kins Abdullah lo the
hat he face expulsion

all attempt)
W> Amman last nlghl

nt ii was
Jordan'i
immediate expulsion to
'here wa sti.*
litvU'iy reply fnwii King Abdullah.
Healer
Mican Judge Settling
In South Africa
i ^ i rowN
JaiueeCh!.
th Africa
n- _/i |
FOHMi'1-

| lo hit the blockade ol Communist
' '. fellO* ivIU'i
wa* learned tv
/
Is trying to orgaiii.c p

Large |
also being made to drop food by I
air. Copies of a statement on the
rational

Communis.' areas tomoii""
Renter.
Demand Keleasr
Of Viee-CoflSuI
KLGRADI
Yugoslav today demanded tho
immadlata relaaea of i '
the Yug.-
II was arrested on
i .ii ,'rLinlK'i OB hi-
nd the diplomatic
Kratrr.
Cripps May
Resign
LONDON, Mai
Man] Lai r* of Par-
liamant ire won.
by recuri pi culaUon

Cripp*. ta
nomic brain, may resign tht
Chancellorship ol


nit nt quarters
The Daily T< iegrapn
-oday.
Hut quarters
that, apart from being greatly
tlloi U
-Uiinlin.: up to the lleree pace he
Hf without particular
Rraler
SPORTS
WINDOW

lit M I
Sp-it-li
oil I- Mi I II).f
rillHl) :>lli


I
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Tt-t>AV-<4 KIXTI'Kr
Mnpla> ..... i il SI :

\ \\\ to 11 it rgMHia

Mi ud Mi.
S l^t ta
ltd C
.. I aad Q x
. -., Mi t |
..i l W Detffi

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P K
it- I. Iniiia. and W
1
Mr. A. A. iiibbun. mi < B
k s LUncraO
.. i' HeO Fwimssa
AMBASSADOR KILLED
AS PLANE CRASHES
Onh One Sur\i\or
fcr6i/,
08 Too?
. ,. OTTAWA, March 2H
irrying Ambassadur
dlkd
Bd S7, l-o-
came m- \ mbawaiio
LUgUfig IW48 I
mi. Turkey mid Cafcl!
From INV- 1W42 he was Amei
aatdor la ata
The plane crashed about i
miles south-east of here, appal
ng Off fror
nearby Roc k I iff r \

ed in ih*n
.huiuiv weather OUMMl
,fter taking i B
Mr Stc I W.isliri,
\: n ks.
nvwspaixi I...
' Bri-

Baai
eaticN
f (
nion in

>l weak-
bo Is al-
lump
-Bl P
VA1 I
I
ii. said m .. paoel
"haa reason to baUavi

meat whu I her
'll\< | -iff llu
LONDON. '
VatiVfj leader Winston Churchill told the
that there waa still tinu
And peace bul it must not
limit up her atom i>on.l> Muihrth
* So.. Itnli i
-


day is precious
Churchill declared hU |>art>
llilrltlloti lo rnnllntlr -n.......I flf II.
labour I tui-iiimrnl s lito. |
polio "a* e did iltino- u..
>r*r ben tr WOffl tuiliu.......

M
llH h'.u. .
e i.r poi
ley on srhl been i>i< i
i whelming P
support
lovei mneiil
sent ma}..
him
rai mi

Union oV r
he did not wla>
raaaon "^ h
on.....u irj nd a I
He pointed i il that ha had said
nothing about th*
Germany or the io ctoaUoa of i
Ceiman ami>. hul the strong
Oerrnan r twlot defeated t>>
ipportunlti
ol render]
// Bermuda
Dockyard Shuts
LONDON DELEGATION
PROTESTS CLOSE DOWN
LONDON. March 28.
'["HE FUTURE ol the naval dockyard in Bermuda
and possibly ol the America and W6st Indies
squadron itself is now being discussed in London.
A four man delegation from the Executive Council
of Bermuda, headed by Colonel Nicholas Dill, were
this morning entertained to lunch by the First Lord
of the Admiraltyand have this afternoon been
reviewing with high Admiralty officials the recent
decision to close down the dockyard.
Bevin Will
Not Bargain
With Germans

tnulii no*

the ouh-
Uon to this
problem hi |uel iliead, and. if n -
predh lion

ii.

Bolted.
i:. i.i, ,
LONDi i .
Secretary Brru
repiylni "i the I

1
against Oppoattto
policy and 11


...
ii ii



ceajree,
LTurthi viierted
week
the conclusioti of the
.
Iraity,

nt .pi'osing the
lUfeaiy teen in touch
.vith the colonial 'ifflce official
doplnx ro bbUbI Uiafl
' 'he Admiralty d*
or amended
. ""'
IMectricity
Cuts Again

attempl '.

information forthcoming

Of the proposal that
u
. i i have no .
I i

In !.. wara. 1)


. i hi i in ii
u


itute laid .i"

statute an

in ins .,n which Ut
over i.sea wM-fcmen are aas-
I Hal i.ntkwrd. luciudUU
'i.i n.i.lrnl rtam rlarbado*
.:lh Bl
Ltaaaal I I
OtaagBa I foul kM|
. I potnl '>ut to
..-

I i nt to lal-
ial the

I job-

Vi-ir I'rttblem
fr^ ih. Colo.u.1 OB ,".*=
arrival of the auUlantiv
I ruiiiun Utridetj
KKV WI-"
House
adviser said toda.
.
"Loyalty F1
ment ei'ni .
nlttea hu

. Mr. Tru-
man's position H
Mr. Edgar Heovai
the Federal Bureau of II
Hon. win<:
dial tiles
i i to Senators.
The Fed*
risible for
>
ed that I available
mployees.
Re tiler.
i if the oaVe, repv

vhlca
.,, and seemed to ne in
lames ;hot rrom

Krlllrr
UftOi
Nine Killed
Ro88eliini
Drug Addict.'
ROME. March 28
The Italian nlro duadot, RoMf
HoawUihl. a ''' ' rha'aw W
Roaarllini law
Senator'* LllBlttai "at*
him. _
... ..
will wail t.r the
r Johnwn '- tan rrea*
Civil Servant
ToActCoLSec.
.ppoinled ,
I" the Houmj tif \
ktat and prepare a draft npl> to
the Governor's Message No.
12/ 19M) regarding proposals for
ent

kl tho House did
Ufa l ho prop*-.

The Committee comprised: Mi
F I. W.ilcitl. Mr .1 H Wilkin
b
Mr. J E T Branckei
i-idard.
Ol the Heport is a%
use of Asaembly \>vg to
acknowledge receipt --f foul
. Message No. 12/lviU
relating to the offer made by the
Be. retarj ol sute to a
Bfale "n temporary Becondment, a
Oncer fern ti .
Office to act as Colonia,
unlil the amval of the vubstantue
holder of the poet.
The llouae agree that the iran--
B two offlevrs mentioned
x.ellency's Mesaage will
seriously weaken the Secretariat
The House, however. -1,1. '
lth the proposals contain-
ed in Your Excellency's Message,
Oouea feel that suiuble
.arrangementa can be made where-
baear of the Civil Service
I can be appointed to set durini
this period
BpBlatire couiu
I esterday. appointed
umittee to draft n Bi)
MesN-nt. regard*
i ing the Mcofidtnt
ial S .ii \ i.f this
j i.land
nmlttee are itm
United Eun.p. with-.
Mr. ri,,,u lull ~aid, "and
there Is DO toftf for r.ermanv
except m a free BOd imi* B
Eurepi
. ii..H

il Ktai.r .
proach lo unity,
; '*
a> aa i-*- 1
Prendi l)oekrr*
Gu Buck
The
I .
.. ruuda Colonel
ut j

The ttoallng
aae oniy in^
In the it, lonxer ba


.
" Afti Dill.

'nil blast all
:
.
-day
Integrated
Defence For
N.AJ\ Area
nit: HAtii k. liar

North Ati. Organisa-
lion has unanimously agreed on
an Integrated |l
LB Atlantic
area. It was annoi.
unique said the new
DafaeaM I'Un" i^ baaed on the,
imeil li> |
each nation to ,
the maximum it
aiaurlnK the cont,
the territories covere.i
North Atlantic Organisation
' It emphasised also tin
of a harmonisation and Integra-
tion of national efforts to set up a
eoliective defence organisation to
maintain the peace, and deiend
the North Atlantic area against
aggression
The plan will l>e sul
'he Defc
PARIS March at),
I
Fran u poits wnara
their 24-ii uj up ovei
I relay.
I la trikC was a protest agaiu-t
lie union leadeis
lielonginK to the CosnB i
i i
in Marsedhs last week.
At Marseille!! BBd Bet)
south coast, do. ki
their 211-day-.,1.1
sage elaim aim

ly's stoppage was tola
In ill hut three iwrtsCherbourg.
red it, Bor-
| f!65 do* k-
:' and MarselHr>,
where 2.600 nut of 15.000 men ro-
ll itfraplu-t
lie, to-dsy
weathci -radio and navigation -
radio *as normal
Bleu lei



till pro-
rrnenl i
manj it la orsl] at Bbouraea.n
aj aa nase 1 _By Cable i

II.i*ui- OB Apr
regacnal plans by the Sianum
up. which
Defeat Fry To Loy
9500m Off E.R.P.
IN BELGIUM.
WASHINGTON, M,
The United States House c
ItepresenUlives today iiefeate Itepublicaii attempt to bbM N0Q
000,000 from lie Euiopean Recoi
ery Programme funds request!
by President Truman.
By a vote of 152 to
fasted an amendment nn
vould hat I iioo.iioo f
Marshall Plan aid Instead of tl
n5.ooo.noo In new funds
i h st .lohti. ';. I). L Pile I <.ait.li Un ITaahlngl
it H O. Maaaiah and G B. on behalf of the
Evel>-n. > mit tee Reter.
Been asked for. This was tho
nrrt setback foe the Republn u
forces who were frying to i I
ieign aid spending
He Hoarded Human Hair
Tito Not Wanted
In Rurui DiatrietK
MCORATED
RANGOON, v
Anti 0
rw up a tTain on
10 Killed As
Plane hxpltxles
BIRMINGHAM. March 2$.
hard A. Johnson had such a
mania for girls' long hair that he
could not resist stripping it it
their heads as they passed hi
numerous drawings and writings'
of an improper nature.
But Johnson was caught steal-
ing hair from girls' heads in a
Birmingham store and to-dsy he
BKLOBADat, March
Yugoslav General
tion result* show
sition to Marshal
moot in
of Croatia. Many
tUong Roman Camolics
i luiim. fH-rfrrlimn
aassfeesg mijufancm arm
r/n /..winii, 'ii'f'iing ruussf
'.......rafafcaajSe
'hull 'i iu'ikiIi I'rmrimf
il- Mtaaawte
HniMn ffaalyaa.
OU I......I M...I, UmJon
../.......,(.. il.rbv.lmm*>.
si PER MIK.IM
ICARETTES
"" 825T.
-*ater. r,,i
.appaared In court, where thc.i-iaheal number ol "blind" volea
' Judge pv'

lion for 'ao~far rouatad ware In jastrabar
tl->ar^.ld Johnaoo would lu veara provided he aubmltlad akl. iuth of Zagil
luit- lo parcholoKical tr.
Maaakar with a queer COl- The Judgr alao I rdi-.id that ,lida*c for the Teder.1
S^^^BkM awr-laliaUli el a*all.r
' 'aa haar. uhouunda of ma, al about 24.000
lataved away froajt the polls
place* of halt ribbon, Mlrpina and I Muter
mountini oppo- \%
I Tlto'i Ooveni- ^
towna and parUi 1%
of the electoral,-' %S
N Bxxsox Hedges

\ DOS


two

IHMII VII

Qahib QaUinq

i 'tigers on B.W 1
.i?na light > -
have gone lo BO ft (
.it their daughter "
weddlnm who is to tv mil
Thursday to Mr Enxo Hit'... ..
A Good Season
CARIB was in at Dai
Club. St. Jinw f1
while and round th *
they have had. ;inti still are ha\-
..>
This very attractive i lU*aB|
who also designc-i
olhrr houses on this coaat
now live- >:. Daohaloi Hail. 9
>
i in 1939. and
this main building can aco
date six *;iiet'> upsiam.
down

an m*
. tropical and SUfl
ing ti.'
built this year are tarns. Wild
wild banana* and
iin'huriums i
The grounds are well ifaotawlj
with cusuarinas, coconut palm
jrape tree
- [nd bloWl through the mi
casuarinas. with a purrin. |
and on the iteaeh the Bill
mL It
rkla1
IM.itinum Coast.1
"Desmond"
D Colony
only pet and is a
.; to all and a verv left
"Till- Mcumv" which
bums is situ
.. away. It is a neon
bancs us nm
. db pa I
over la the main build-
ing.
Must ul the- guests wen in town
when Canh

Hals OK
A BARBADIAN
'
I bow much the I
. ',
'

I

1
I
I

Wunu d- A LittleSpare Time
ARRAMQI -
made to an*
badass cricket Mara t<> "
. the Aiii-m Club Ii
.

I

At Silver Sands
Mi
togai


Mil. KONA! II I i:i I
Ronald Tree Leave*
JUST across the way from the
Colony Club, is Rom
lnvi-ly honir Heron \\>
Mis Aotaai i
seems very fond of j>.<.
bag wiiii ii
and ;i tin of pal
'.it hand, i <*ing some

much.

noon for Trinidad by B.W I A
to New York t<> join his
wife who left B-i
dayi ago. He wr
burning next year, perhaps
oontf '( hu. "iix. ..
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One of the Many
111 Ml Ki !.
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For B.C. Holiday
Miss Hasan Laovy, from Pitta-
burgh IViu: and Mrs F
I Farrell another US' visitor
been been staying at the
Hotel, lett yesterday bv
" I A foi a short holidav in
U alter which they
i (.itnada and Thnidaa
i uirnmg home
At Bathsheba
If' >N ( a v ivmm of the
* I Ouiai Leajhuatnr*
rw BC
to ba nan
before he leavi
Jnltad v tayin*
Bad i
Back Again
MRS. R Mac Carth]
accompanied by Mi
; m
! from a short visit to Brit-
ff 1 .
Mr*

en tha ..i to meet
At Seawell Yesterday
Ml Ml C- H. Burton
were
I i
B.W.I.A. She is bare
Hi also to be pre-
ent for Miss Madge tun
on Aprl!
Ih Her husband is also coming
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but not
The THIRD ia r\-ening. the
FOURTH
Thr FIFTr!
in bll
Sow am you guaaj iust what 1
Soini' Spoil
your friends with this
brain-tas
What is the sport in which Ihe
Aliuli' winning team moves back-
ward

"Headache's gone
I took GENASPRjy
roods-
ache. N< ^ Cohjb
anJ 'Flu \to a h bstaa o brcax a
At an> time of nraao or pasa.
'ficnaHtrin' 'r wj (hrinifh
IN
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A last nipht niyht-club fashion note: Black velvet cap
embroidered with aeauinj. suit of black tie stlk. toida foo'iccd
cuffs trimmed with old /folia* lace.As u-orn by actress April
Sfride.
Shell Collector
Li Barbados
'
l.on of Aurora Shells wi..
has found on I
Ml Walter Itodrigiu--
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span) at a i |
Apparently collecting
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rooming or else othei
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COLORADO.
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DUfNI K h\i\ i ^ i H
faaaasvali BtaMaaj Matl
PI \ii ii gPOONfl II
in fhrca gsaa
iOI f SPOONS |g
II \ I I II | llllhs I
tare .,/.-
Hill \l) km\ i i M i ;
>lirlli.l,l fmkMaai ^lerl
but w-hu.i-
bvvalllng

miuest aJ
.^rd. while

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lather go .
Ilkalj will
The only
that svhan ha has been
blowing i

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arater, Prora tl
uO what Bat 1 Knew
.i in.ui v^ l. .Ml!-powei
with sand, but that I
Kunn i u rkanw< i
l a on rabbits 1
. ,i that nothing "< ul
nudu them go d
ba i; dragon is doing
the rounds of the Batdsn the two
pals stiotl sbuut qumJy, "Those
< a ami." saya Rupee.
I he little Peke opeiu 'iic iar and
> ihtfc of than in:o hat hand.
"You'd belter keep thue in your
Oftg^iog, "Tbcy
EMPIRE THEATRE
CZECHOSLOVAKIAN
CUT GLASSWARE
hi
. II WIIUAI
-lltKIll t:
mm i ii
i nil 11
\\s\ IIRiimon \\ SCHOOL ' DANCINO
IHSPl.lY mmd BECMTAL
iiii\v IM UMI ji .! r-m.
mu. ta Mrs. Housewife!
....
..id 4 Burner
Mod
OVEN'^ ,ble
C'ARRON DOVER WOI
MIXING i..
PHOENIX OVENV
ALUM i
A!IMr- mm; spoons
ObUinubl, tl ota Hudwan IKpuriMH-iil :: ni \i. nm
u I IKK i~ \l:l II HI I".I i IRS
WHITFIELDS
BROAD STREET DIAL 4220
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LTD.
nuy come in useful fomc day d m>
pel lotgcts you s&'in. He omc-
ilnics gets very Ccit^, and if he
finds a stranger heic he may
hreathe fire at him." All at on
he breaks off and looks lightened.
He sees the dragon rouc'ing a
lirJge and dashes off is pursuit.
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BARBADOS ADVOCATK
PAGE THREE
Canadian
Sports Shaw
ftp Decline
OTTAWA. Canada.
.... exports l> Common-
' *i.X down MUWO-
** iSuarv. J" expected bv
*JLmI economist, to be
e"*^ 1200.000,000 for tne
RSfLdurtion in salei may oe
IJr.i^il. b) increa
Ctae United States, but a
>, Verious repereussn
B*ooSoonMl,h> '-"-"
'Ear spenaing u due
Sfstxford Cripps- edict last
ttit iterllni members ot the
JiwMlth mint cut spending
im JE* Muntries. Including
^cl^mi'tments. the
Z'mi reductions lik.
' , almost full stature.
"fLm idea behind the .e-
2listo bolster the Com-
SJw InTBritish chancellM
i it* eixheuuer
,S*nmc*weell
^ the plan lo buy lea.
"Star countries m various
1
in on purchase of Cana-
^iwcnotlves. She
mulcted a barter dent to net the
Km to supply 300.000 tons
it In return for jute. South

C^adian machines and
B
BuyiiiK L*s
tv United Kingdom
L foodstuffs from Canada ana
Ekiu Denmark I
E in :'
tjrh Commonwealth
kg irea source.
Eoiiut'' for formar soureaa
tu .WIb. area-
But not all Of them have been
jfe is do so. Pakistan
' u likely will ask for an
bc in her quota <>f dollar*
the pool to buy more goods
(Canada this year thai
.Pakistan need
hMvv industrial Roods, P
i.mients
railway equipment.

CBuda"* exports to the Common-
Lvealth this year are expected to be
below the Jl.00O.OOO.tHHi
j last year, The ft I
-flat it won't be the full II
a" the 25 per cent- which would
o a reduction o. 5250.000.00)
it rather a cut of about 20 per
"Cinad:i is
ffttimrniw It
H incitMMti.: ourthaaes irum the
mines This is being
jjne , livening mure dollars
Jwr - market
^Cjanmonwealth countries.
kSjantr. the economliti believe
B vfll not be sumcient. Dollar
I
some COW
for the*
it, it is expected that on-*
to an end
Sir they will be
paonent, too, heat
'sad for Canadian goods is
Honing the ceffrt of the Com-
Ntlth curtailment.
'THINK O* THE UTTkf ONES!
rVM Ci>H.-i.f. Mi arraQ*"U*t Ml* UtU. Ht'tU.
New WI Archbishop
\ oungest In Church
(Advocate Correspondent)
His Grace the tochbishop-elect of the Weal Indies. Most
Rev Alan John K u. B. (Honi
in the Church .it Knyiand. Born
m. at London i i ived his
William Hall, Cambridge A.. LL.B.
with
jjtcus*ForRu|itur'
LONDON, March 28.
British iinci!, announc-
today that its
Budapest on Monday, as
eMsDded by the Hungarian
lOntmmeni, 'uid allegations
apian the atari were "entirely
| Jfouiideu' .
Though the aemand '
Whdrawbl was ostensibly
(a allegations made at the spy
tnil of British businessman
[Ssnders. the Council 'aid, the
K-ons were introduced
ly as an excuse 'or a rup-
[Jji* of cultural relations between
Re uter
In 1823
took up a
1 College


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.ion
ordained Deacon
mt Curate
of St. .i. Highway
in the Diocese of London.
race went out
In I9M u Pi
Christ Church. Cape Coast Castle,
in the Diocese i
ntly appointed
master oj
Coast
First Aid
hrchmsl
,. .

* Instruc-
nrtt Aid to
ad in Went
-,
. d clinic .md d
the sinsller.1 .niti imx.1 disUnt
oulposi with .hi .'Sterne*.*
equalled oiilv h> thil of In-
Priesti last oiurvgsliaae.
life worn then
tor the
:\is r.t" ,:
failed to
lion in GeorKf.'
. further the Inter)
..
NuiMnjE Service
.Some lime last year ;
ised a Committee to arerl
Kherne lor the launching of a
Nursing Servian wUh
of providing nursing attention t<
people who cannot atloul to pay
the usual ratea tor i
nurse, in case of lickn
proposal has oeen haiU
laudible. and it is boned
i.ttmg not
only In U
London in 1948 for the

had the privilege and h

and was
Land Squatters
Clash With
Italian Police
CATANZARO (Southern
Italy). March 28.
He inferred police squads today
:mg peasants frin LMdl
round Calanzaro
i.i which was occupied
yesterday in a new wave of land
i: rabbinic.
Despite an appeal from the
Una I Prefect to wait for Parlia-
ment to complete approval i>f tlw
l iiiment Bill splitting up
ilte peasants marched
I Of, their
led by n rni mothers
n
At Calanzaro (Marina! two
red farm work,
injured in a clash with police,
rested.
.
4 144 hand ereraidea
buned under a manure hiiap.
In Sardma. where widespread
occupation of uncultivated laiHi
has been reported in recent
.iirested n regl-
n.u Councillor in Cagliari, Pro-
fessor Alfredo Torrente. Seeie-
tarv "t thn local Peasants' Union
on eharges of "instigating crime
in* the foveri
Inltail
of Ouiar.
I'hurrli m BN
l.l.U- "'0r "
c Court ot St. James.
uiHlr. Hit id'-------' I ' '
rj.Tadl.-l In- "'..UJI
^ i,Tim'..i Hi.- tUbHih ..'to the
,.. I,c1""
,-i
l,k. :he Church .
,IU 10 "" Pr "'
men! ol
lawu. lie km"
I. M .
forward rafrrh u. In~
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FOR
QUALITY
&
VALUE
Blizzards Lash U.S.
KANSAS CITY. March 28.
After a week-end of hot dry
ma winch fanned prairie
Dree in Ki
the midd
Dpi Valley raging
jured at least :i people.
Tornadoes struck at Little Hock
(Arkansas) Padcn (Mississippi)
and Eli ouri)
V4a.till Kdiicalion
Course For ^ .1.
LONDON
The nrst claw
London by The VVortceri
tional Aaai
Councll'i i

ing waeh
1
.
udying the
! .
of adult n Itrium
round ttti
problems COflfi
devetoplnj orks
I
West [radian
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At the i .

invited

,.. tn win. h
urn
the visit ol Mr Eric
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nil bur-

Hodgkin H
su.iiit a. Visits 1 i ranjjed
*n request will i W IA
classes, even n n;
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No Early Sugar
Rut ion Increase
LONDON
In repix to Mr. J. Harrison
(Labour), who asked Uh
of Food in the Mouse of I
i 13) whethei.
Olid >upplies
of sugar, he would laen
ration. Mr. Maurice Webb (the
M inkier I
"I am looking into the whole
problem of our suitor supplies.
but i feel it my duty to tell the
House now ,,i- ..vailu-
laaa at the moment. \h^\
'hei* is no .mmeoiate prospect o'.
an early increase m the raUon
Indeed. 1 shall feel happj
if 1 can i n for the
time beiiit W* -ying the

nraa Commonwealth countries
and any extra sugar would in-
rijag iiollar i-esorves. But
I am sur\'vvmg the ui.
..ill give the House the
lull facts ui soon as possible."

It if then
i. hurt.ii.t- : --ugar. why ban
Colonial sugar phh1ikvi.hi 1 asm
ncouraged.

the i niea and re-
iteraied hiarepl) '*> Mi

W. I. (.r.ipefnni Pile 1 p
In the
ma
West Ire
III P
Major Ktshiiffli'
wash:
Utd LMattaa I

reshuffle
m eeuon, n i
the Unite,! Slates PtJ

rruman had
Philip J<

Laifl< Janaup
Center
Varsities And Schools
Undef Slate Conlrol
PRAQt I
Bach Minisu i '
eeuon today Nbnuttad
i .. .
,i anaei
which have UJOPO pi-"
. i .
Ml.
.. .
i Pragw
and the apecialized ad
art and aSrieultu i
raotrol
.eluding the
State.
11 ivieai i 'i ' nomuir* i
. univai
by the President ol the ResubU<
and for the nomination "' the
toavera, proa
by the

-.Beater
Diplomatic
Dog
TEI h 28.
For ten days the Israeli For-
aifn Offloa and the Soviet Iota
haggling over the issue: Can I
Russian dog have diplomatic
It started when a middle-aged
man passing near UM
Orthodox Monastery at Abou
net ot the Soviet
legation stah* live, was bitter,
by a terrier. It belongs to -me o.
the Soviet ofAciala.
Tha local health depamnent
orrlcials wonted '
aMaM
The Soviet lx'gation
the dog h;ts diplomats
Today a comproi:
apaaad a aacraiary
Soviet Legation will accom). my ;
astery grounds, where he must
give a verdict on the spot
I ater
l/g/vaa/Ar kifp
SACR00L
IN THE HOME!!
riir. until- r.iMiiii
tor SPRAINS i Rlltl M -
TIC PAINS
ACTS LIKE MAGIC
On Sale al
ALL I.KI .. -loll -
KNIGHTS LTD.
Make sure you ask for Sloan's Liniment
apply it to your rheumatismthen
Dot" to P. rheadMfo'.anacehlent.i.
it8ufrtopiit;ini!iitw-plic>.trai>!lil!>iillM->.oiiiiil.'"
In an MMfaiOJ yon ".....I mi InttHftil ilui Ml b IMd
qm.LU. .Mil..mi he i.iii-.n. jii.I withoal danger <" undue
il.-...iiil..ri. ^.lll n...I > MllllMl kill.-r ..I jj.mu
-ImiuI.I I..- ni.ii-j...i-..ii'ni DOB*aUtniagi lentk on
H--I1I-. .mil valuable iu |.r..tiiutiiiB .lean and rapid !
Yon nee.l the niodrrn nnti'eptir TMtM'
iDETTOL'.
THE MODSRN ANTISCIIC
ee
SPECIFY
BURRELL'S
WILLIAM mm LTD.
Inc. B. S,
COME IN AND HEAR
THE LATEST HITS IN
GRAMOPHONE
RECORDS
CAIYPSOS, FOX-TROTS.
Etc.
WHICH WE HAVE JUST
RECEIVED.
Doctors test
Palmolive Beauty Plan
-PROVE 2 WOMEN OUT OF 3
CAN HAVE LOVELIER SKIN
Thirty-nine docton .r^dine;
aaadfal skin Fpn i-ilists have now
ted 14-day taatt ol" the
"r.iiii...livclk.-iuty P
k ran
i ajli. 'II'.' y :
definite itotio ibta hnprovt
ihct^niplrxioiiiors ivomeit out 0/3.
(.Supported by signed ktatciiKiils by
dafl vtouieii thcinsrlvn.)
^aV\\ w I'.niicnlar improvements
J0*J J "usrrvrd were:
aaa^ Bw. .......Skin less oily
^^^P ......Lest coarse.
^ ,m.......^Wwriish.,
.?''******
^ '--^
Yon, too, can expect iIm-i- skin improvementsin only 14days
if you want a complexion every roan admire, :,nd every woman rnvicl - atart the
Palmouve Benny Plan now It's so simple. I hit it all you do :
1 Wtik> 2 Alauagr in rate. uliwoU hiker itU yur ii ftr
am Juil mtmte.
> /faaur. 1V1 nalWrai
.i I4dayt. And you will pt l.ictort ^^aeSlBl
proved thai, it you keep you
...
KEEP THAT SOIOOU;iKL COMPLEXION



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HX.iH.UMIN \I1M)( ATI
BARBADOS *> AlMMTE
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Wednesday. March 29. 1950
llridl*.-
WITH (he introduction of a system of
one-way traffic in Trafalgar Square goes
the necessity for strengthening the Cham-
berlain Bridge and widening the Victoria
Bridge. The Victoria Bridge is being
widened by means of erecting a footpath
for pedestrians on the western side, but
this kind of widening can only r* regarded
as a temporary expedient.
It had been originally suggested that
there should be a new bridge inasmuch as
it is expected to carry a great amount of
heavy traffic which could not be safely car-
ried across the Chamberlain Bridge. The
plan, however, seems to have been aban-
doned or delayed for some reason and now
a footpath is being constructed. This will
merely free the centre of the Bridge from
'rians and leave it to vehicular traffic.
The new footpath will to this extent ease
the congestion on the Victoria Bridge.
. the flood waters in August last year
did considerable damage lo this lirid I
public were consoled by the thought that
the Bridge was to be replaced and that by
time the plans for a new Bridge would
have been received and the work begun.
It is fruitless thinking to suppose that
the heavy traffic through Bridgetown can
be carried much longer by its two bridges.
If these narrow and inconvenient bottle-
necks are allowed to remain at these two
focal points, the public will lose the unde-
niable benelits of the new system of traffic
in Trafalgar Square. This would be most
undesirable inasmuch as it has taken
twenty years before something effective
could be done to relieve the disorder and
n of traffic.
The Government in making financial
provision this year has decided against any
scale projects but it is to bo hoped
that when expenditure will have been in-
creased the matter of the Victoria Bridge
will bl In any case what has
become of the plans ?
.'! For 4ov
Till-; Barbados Publicity Committee, in
i
zuela: lluibados as
a Tourist Raaoft, have issued a small folder
written in Spanish. T) con-
gratulated.
The ubes Barbados us a land
of Min and gaiety and gives the Spanish
visitor in his own language all the Inform-
I I needs to know,
The information is all there, and the
,i nt on
anything so far attempt me the
dollar, St emenl
of the ( ttee 1 a Uttle
more colour and a different design i
.^ issued by the Tourist Comnu:
I i, would ap| fcter numbers
of Latin Americans than the Anglo I
tnesi and eobriety of the new
Inkier.
it might ; tter too, U I
of a id real ;i
; e (older, il.<
lot and Wnozuela
.
i improvement! which
Uad when the. time comes
thi
South
Arm i OW read in the hotoJf, air-
i i ol the
i
I of sun and happiness.
immittee

hich is bound to reflect credit-
.1 our stand-
Odd .Man On! In London's
Wartime Underworld
If* (a>ori(e Malcolm Thomson
CLOt Its IN Till: WINDBy I. L
Green, Michael Joseph. 12* 6d.
PJCrv
K I. Gieen r.pci'iie.s-s in the
highest class of thriller. Scares
plus psychology. The WlftSft Kind
of action set oft by the coldest
Each of his novels is an episode
In a war of nerves.
llr is h master of that favourite
modern theme, the outlaw, tho
n an on the run, ciie Odd Man Out,
in short, who must fear every
policeman and can trust no ci-
vilian The man who Is being
headed otT at every turn and will,
in the end, be cornered and
crushed by society.
In Istllng such a story, in lend-
ing it tensile strength, in making
its people quiveringly alive in
their fens and desperations, in
capping the whole structure with
UUMCk "f climax
nobody to-day surpasses Green.
Clouds in the Wind, his new
long and most ambitious novel,
picked b) 'lie Evening Standard
book of the Month, take"
the hunted man as on*- of its
main threads. lint only one.
F. L. GREEN loai born at Portt-
nmu'.h in 1902 and is of Irish, and
Symons VMNdd Uke '" hj
been born somebody different,
.nistocrat, inheritor of a
Georgian mansion, famous pic-
tures, a choice cellar.
He set himself to acquire by
his wits what birth had denied
him, to "build his life as an
architect builds a b>
He did, in fact, acquire a cellar
and learned to talk abou*
with an intimidating ex,
He acquired a country house. Ii
he did not have great pictures.
there were always the musical
boxes.
His mind was filled with
dazzling day-dreams, some quite
meretricious. He enjoyed l'.io
risks he could not help takir. .
the social successes he could not
help seeking.
lie may have come to Uk
wine and food of which he was
so eloquent a prophet.
He had a taste fur the
for swindlers and cbiu
like the so-called Baror.
(Frederick William Rolfe). a dis-
reputable author whom 8
erected Into the object >>t a cuK
Tin*, turn Oreea Is working -in Huguenot descent. His first novel Maun<1y Gregory wa
a wider eanvas than usual. H On The Nigkt Of The Fire, was among his acquaintances. Symons
has tilled In a gallery of cnaiai- ati Evening Standard Book of the was impressed by the fact thai
md K- Afonth in 1939. In 1944 he wrote Gregory's cufflinks were plati-
*2*1 MAIM-,,
sentrlc. The people whom I
i fell in with when ho dt-
and wcnl "underground"
In Ihc murky, confused Brita
the Btttl.
.'tmatc son of
boona and a bar-
maid. Ills boyhood has been hap-
py and his youth successful. All
but bis marriage to Harriet.
And that goes wrong through
Dora. Harriet's friend and Frank's
1944 lie wrote
Ottd Man Out. He lives in Ulster. Ilum balls covered with dia-1
monds.
achieved! With what ability to He modelled himself on the
sustain the tension! voung DBraeli, 0( ,e graaajr
A. 1. \. STMONB' his lue and curls and the waistcoats. Yet,
speculation. By Julian Sjmons. underneath the froth of I
Bfi u* tliiaaasili. Me. Ms than im 0f solid
?""' .. ability as well as a real gift for
THE amazing Mr. Symons. friendship
.: forger, professional The final impression left bv
punier, founder of fie F . ,|< sympathetic biograph-.
.......-..,......................., fd"i1"' pSfe co-founder of the len by his brother is that of
V. > Don i. drowned, ?1 and Wine Society, author ni line talents wasted on unworth;
swimming with Frank. BarrM ,'h0 "UC!t for Corvo (an excel- purposes.
sees the accident through glasses. '""l Piece of M.'i.iry OttOCUon), At a dining club, the Sette of
She asks her husband for the dandy, collector of musical boxes. Odd Volumes, he offered to forge
truth: had no killed the girl? And J""ionty on wine, books and th. the name of his friend. Mauri
Frank cannot tell the truth, he -"-""-'tics, audacious privateer of Hcaly. on a cheque which he
does not know It. -this extrava- would then present at
Hariiet loves lam then: war f* Personality of pre-war ban- bank. The torjrrj was txtcutad
comes; on the eve of baton sent du" " hom >"" 5u >'ear! a* presented and pad. The
is Frank makes a frantic "',' ""PI*" as far as possible cost Heoly a bottle of champagne,
effort to see I a cll>J of mystery about his Symons died in 1941 and is
He comes to his senses when *" "' and circumstances. He buried at Finchmglicld in his last
he, a comrniaatoMd oflctr, has even ,TUa ' wdc nls Christian phase, believing that his
already i In a "a"1*8- career was done he. n
shelter during a luavv raid he ''w were allowed to suspect taking a knighthood as if he had
falls in with Uaba and Patsy: "'"! 'be initials "A.J A con- been offered one "Would Sir
thi
irough them he la drawn Into th' ','''''''' '.']'' names ' Alphonse James sound well?" Su
. world where CharUa is 'amea Albert and that symons would certainlv m>t.
ki,,^ uas Ihe son of
it is a world when no qucs-

aJK II is doubtful if. even as S r
UoiU an need Keeper and cook.
who became a hotel- James, Symons would have fitted
be believed and the "
' i tor granted,
deffnlnat-
comfortably into the pi
As a boy he was employed
fur house; writing to his JVUAN SYMONS, London-
iintic, dominat- '.inti-d at this period born author xritic, poc(, is 38
ing. yet rules J."" i,:- lf ll W" a " Ifeari old. He is married and has
(ul m one daughter.
Neptune may beat sulis
>lsi tneoiiru^inttWiiixfon
A N answer may have been found to the U boat menace
in a future war. It is the V. S. Neptune airplane.
All m^inl f C M.kll..l
AWAY
WITH
THE
CULT
OF DOOM!
II. Havid l.ilirnlhui
Fifty-year-old newly retired chairman of the
United States Atomic Energy Commission
in a speech in New York
I WANT no part of the new cult of doom
that I see rising all about us. I want no part
of any effort to scare people for good reason
or for had reasons.
1 would like, if 1 can. to help to counteract
the growing mood among the people of this
hopelessness and futility and confusion
which the oracles of annihilation have en-
couraged by their dismal words however
well-intentioned those words may be.
icmc will not be one of despair, for I
ause for disheartenment. I look upon
atomic energy as one of the greatest advances
in all the long history of man's search for new
knowli
Wliv I'i. im Ilorrorw V
True, it has its dark and sombre side no
doubt about this at all. I know in detail about
how destructive the A-bomb is. I know quite
well how destructive the H-bomb can be it it
can be built.
But I ask you: What good comes from the
extravagant and sensational picturing of the
horrors of atom warfare'' What good does it
do to revel in the lurid details of these ac-
knowledged dangers'.'
Does this serve the purpose of scaring the
rulers ,| thereby act as a deter-
rent to aggression by them? Of course not
Men who are frightened by word pictures do
not become the iron rulers of a large part of
the earth.
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in 1 Ineh. 1\ inrh. It Ineb mnh
from 18 inrhes to :: iprbe, wide
Abe _
s Inch, i Inch by 4 feet
GALVANISE!) LASHING WTIE
from 10 to 18 Guage.
*-i
it by vlltue nf his money and
his ability Taken ,n
wing. Funk is given talfc |
;i new ration book
and a driver's Job in Civil De-
All U But
I to be-
:
ale "f trottc pimieitraphitwith
uparb body as tiu-n nuidel
* th i I of t'liarlie's An oftlelal V. S publie .t
itrann erna rnformatlon ,.f Um kimi
In a world of baU-dudowj, America (.vis safe t,. ,ii,dote
naif axplanatloni, In contrast to the total
Frank blanket imposed by the I
until the i wnent.
It Is an account of the equip-
Frank has itf Into .
"f " or having a record range of n.2ao
lovelj M : arentlj miles with .
irks which Inl rcrart
mation to the enemy, ped with ntus to
Fran] e ol Um an- r \ propeUen
gels as i good patriot, and on Um and transmit the signal!
I the '(evils us a deserter
He i
And all the time It has a sensitive
B tells bin that radar which e/ibles it to noto
Ing the the small target presented by the
to pounce. Schnorkel nil a
,,..,..,.. whieh was formerly in;
niHM'EniNG. groping. "II 'ningso
I long
1 K u-chlU in
cover agenl
K u boat might be Dnall] over-
i me."
Shin Ispres. Science keporter I hap
inger he is man Pinrher riles:
The Neptune is a two-.:
with every cunning touch in bombei It .ain,-< three detecUoo
brought into play, devices: _. .
I the 1 Sono-buovs small buovs "V""1"1 noul1 '"f a "ono-buon
suspense of the story until ihe dl .: i uta round an "'' edifice of tnetod JSalnTiub. "*"&' <"?" .' ':
ad is a con- Each buoy automatically lowers
'"I*",.'. I" .""'' a V''c"'pl"""' '..... ""' "'|U'1 K> ca '"cate the proUuding end
"' Huddled atmos- : soundl from sub. ef a Schnorkelthe breathing pipe
l .'.',,, ,IV !e" al ?'""< Propc""* It then trans- enabling submarines to recharge
end The pl the sounds inl nil urfaelng
. are sent out from an 3. MAO s ma
1 tor -which can find
o( Ihe NtptUTM )y submcrKvd subn i
i tin- area sees these Lowered from ihe plane, n
< distortions of tho
ii iviitiv coloured - pro
. bull.
record tho The Ncptu: | sub-
. rock-
MUI i Ok r
call up surface vessels by radio.
A flnc-focm radar set which I.E.S.
transforms a submarine's pro-
peller sounds into radio signals.


MII1S of
A I- |
Of lif
1
How bruuutiy it ts nil

the fear of atomic desolation serve to
bring the world closer to that co-operation
upon which we
can build j jus
and lasting
peace? Ofcours*
not. Intfrnationa
peace and mutu;
trust can hardl;
be achieved b
waves of utte
fear.
Does this wal
lowing in the h.iz
ards of atomi
ire help t
keep this country
alert, help to keep
our military W LIE NT HAL-a torn ma..
strength from lagging?
I doubt it very much. It can have the very
opposite effect as some of the more flamboy-
ant of the scare-the-dopes school ought to
realise.
For people simply cannot remain for long
III .i itatte oi fright and fear. No one can
stand it for a long stretch. After a while
they turn aside ana think of something else.
or they turn to phantasy. Either course is a
blow to our national security,
To i tee tl e dangers of a very tough world,
what we need is not to be overwhelmed with
I but to understand them, and
then, with courage and resolution and pa-
tience, face up to those dangers and see them
through. We have done it before; we can do
it again.
Wlit Dross. Otrr
llislrin lion ?
what good docs it do. this end-ol-the-
world talk, tins drooling over the prospective
annihilation ol all civilisation? I do not know
of one good thin,; to its credit But I do know
bad things that it docs.
It deeply disturbs and harrows people who
are already convinced that there must never
ther war, already convinced that the
world must have pi-ace and co-operation.
The chief consequence of this wave of head-
line after headline about doom and utter des-
truction, of one-night wars and the horrors
that lie in atomic destruction, is thisa grow-
ing sense of confusion and helplessness
among our own people.
Andhopelr irlplimnim in Ult
.ii what we need. These are
it play right Into the hands of
ive Commit
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1 MB sou no reason w)
sugg< iiought
rial and Ug to support tho
on this .i



IU liiiiH i.ls like Cigar* are known by their Band*
>uld I ii'nt ..

Cyi is mal
t ol $800; i( ti.i
I
ubie to increaso and thus save
moiitiia of liui* Inddanti
i pur-
chased a coinpluti' ma i .
Lou l'mii 0MBn| (ort) thousand
and while wa may bo
unabla to afford th

itwuaand (Milan tot Bw jraws; tl
I I boRM m mind that with
ll in lUTOpt nothing
could then be got. at

All Regimental Banda
changed over to Lou
1920 so w are alrv..
behind \tm t.
tba use of get-
. then
ig him the bricks and mor-
tar lo

(gyratory

1 Michelin tt> in.
"ii the question of the
problem In Trafalju
BQUftro.
J suggest to Col Michclu. that
btnn maUni nu n
: he mak, ih
gjratory system complete, there-
| all cross traffic 1:1
III*' S<).:
Col Michelin no doubt knows
how satisfactorily the p
works In Trafi.lg.ir
Undon Why then
ahouldn t It also do ao
toul area inside of the
ng traffic coulo. wiU
e to motorist, be turned
fltj area for pi
motor cars and limiting parking
2 or 3 hours as obtains
in public parking spots in Lon-
don.
TOR
Frwhm

newspaper is 1 worthy member.
"The Press ihauld I
right the full freedom ol ex-
.n-
>hould
in no case bl
i.ence of s

of a competent ootUi o:
of the knoui. Md nenerallv ap-
plicable law.
No separate limitations of the
exercise by the Press of the rlgbta
of the Individual arc neccasary
li de-
. emergencies.
Restrictions specially ..;<
to the Press should operat.
m time of national emergency,
and then only under safeguards
1 minumim inter-
n, (b
immediate and cobbIi
tion of that freedom at f
of the emergency, and [<
of the courts for Of
IWkdantl
should be
nd ap-

Press are both fully considered.
There should at no time be any
obsta.;.
:>ers that pi...
Tho council of the Empire Press


prietors* Association
and the Common1.'..
cabling agencies".
REPORTER
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To tBe tditor. The Advocate
-It is about Uma that Mr.
1 and others, a
does, look further
the goal to which West Indians
are aspiring. If hi
K, then will 1 be con
amiss in dra\-
that it is a West Indl
nesi and not a colt
with which we are 1
tould Uke to i
of a black man neoti
visitevi
of the dead Adm:-
sUtement should be the daily
prayer of every African: but ii
these parts he would have beei
aim of the beautiful tun
.luted West Indian foi
Black Man".

' >tuc was erecto
i eminder of his service
so too was the Bust <>
ad Reeves placed in out
Chamber for his ser-
to Barbados.
I do agree that there could b-
iiarbados for th
services of the late John R, Bove!:
should well be seen in a statue 01
I (rum where our sugar
>road. Was he not the
of West Indian sugar

Challenor and Georgi
o too was Learie Con-
because of colour
but ability and
of them they are all colourless
lians.
ierful opportunitv
Id in the amalgam"-
ces into a harmonious
and prosperous whole.
1th a touch
nake great men
"ur.
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IIAKIiADOS ADVOt All
PAGE FIVE

2 Fined For GREEN BROTHERS GUILTY BARBADOS 1st TO GET
[ssault
MnlAM BOWBU. md Joseph
, beatln, Florence
tnd Korai
OF HOUSE-BREAKING
5 Years' Penal Servitude
n>ri1rKfLl?REF'N and Rueben G,wn lh ' Maxwell,
v-rXL i u ^ ach ^""^vd 'o 'h>- vcirs' penal
wtude by His Honour Sir Allan CoUymorc". C'hiol Jus-
NAVIGATIONAL AIDS
IN CARIBBEAN
WITH Ihe taking over in early December by the,
national Aeradio Ltd., ot Aeradlo tele-communlcatl
Radio navigational tidi at Seawi'll. Barbados bacai
u,; >'suays sitting of the Court of Grand Sessions. firs! colony In the Caribbean am to adopt thil
the pr.
CCf, Wing-Commander R. C
i \ihocaie" ywUrdiy.
_. ------- "'.inniiuon, an
. S Jury ,c"",d lhcm guiltj- of ""t he hM a warrant to
',*> imprisonment, breakingand entering the Parci lor a watcn and other ,e.
JTaltcr hearing the decision chialbuilding at Christ chureh and told him to open the
Bid ___________,._ a"^^..!'5hl ^- Warrant Head
Two
and stealing eight cents
These sentences will lu,
I^SS'LJS*!*" sentence. heenterMlhrouih^-open
witnesses were called ano J*~J>mgpm will' run con- Green did not open the door so
a^SSLMS't as &'S4 as-i 6SSsa
rta-
fol-
scntence. told them that if the? J-. warrant to mM 0( the world's a:r routes -re employed as advisers. This
had pleaded guilt;, the sentences *nu advised him to hand during the course ot his duties. Jb. which normally would have
Jt said that they saw Jos.,
moo and H -
IMde cidW
""ft, offence was coir.:
December : During "lief" week LI
r,1ANvniB M.v.-M.vii -" >, S';ilpi
(Venture. St. John ervilude, three years' penal sVrvi- ? Callendar
and i coetl to be paid in hide and 18 months' hard labour 6 w"" wa,ch ,n
month's imprison- to run concurrentlv while Rue- P00**1 ' a s>.ge suit. H
entenosa were three vears' GrMn l0 su lie was foul rvttude, 18 months'" hard hu Possession and he made no
" of inllicting bodily harm labour and six months' hard la- reP'>':
Julian Hums "I Coann.loull.il hour also to ran concurrenUy. In ,,,, ,,,
.February 13 all Lionel will serve eight years' uurmK 'he course ol the search ...... ,_______....._.._
j'lJHV i 111 .MPIIRKl ol King penal .ervitude and Kueben six J,r"ns wife s'arted to lean DM I Havana,
I Slrtc I netwecn V years' penal servitude. bedroom. She was told to reman, Cuba.
" ,, Su "' Mr- w- W. Reeee. K.C.. Solicitor bm 'hsislcd on leaving. He noticed Outlining the purpose of Ihe
, A. Ficlus General, prosecuted on behalf of ? "*"" ln hcr "and. He held company. Mr. Lawes re*
"t Kilie Street was broken and the Crown. her hand and took it away. a pamphlet dealing with
"Jila nd S10Q.42 stolen
item of the company began and Hying conditions
is In London. Mr. Lawes who is deteriorated at twelve aerodromes
the Assistant Operations Mana- in Burma on behalf of the Burma
ger of the company and covers Government, by whom I.A.L.
moat of the world's ill employed as advisers. This
ntered and S100.42
U IVAN 'I Bank Hall re- Uon, Sgt. Cecil Bourne of the wallet ho found a bill from Oscar
1 Dorted t" Uia POUca that her pJi said that he was on duty Forde. Watch and Clock repair.-:
enUrad 'n the Maxwell area on Novem- pertaining to a broken ring and "''
San unknown amount ol money it JS. Ho was accompanied by watch.
SSen 'lw.vii -1 M p.m_on Sat- Rueben Green and LJSgt^ Hen- Clyde Green wU later charged
iv and 0.30 III Monday. derson. They
,.iiui i mi i i M of Lower cane Held.
n itancdni i
\j Carlton, St James told the
police thai galvanised ehl -
La at $12 00 were stolen from
Mm between 6 a m. on s
Denial
,Ha 'old Green that he under- To . ,.
nod he r.rM, K*a i.u_ __j *" ,lr* "ear.
sentative in the Caribbean tree ' I.A.L. design by six major
i ney afterwards searched aim negotiating agreements and plan- sub-contractors and a hunorco
found a .. .., that other supply sources in
plans are already afoot for the months, including
p of department, itani- m prefabricated w.-
lar to that in Barbados, in oUv
i the area. Mr Level "'red fre.ght plane to Burma.
s ,,n AdVtter to the The Company has been prlvi-
U K delegellon at the tori eaaad lo etteod I.C.A.O. Regi-
coming Caribbean I.C.A.O. "nal Meetings as advisers to the
O.K. delegation.
An exchange of shares between
! VI.. .md Aeronautical Radio
Incorporated lArinc)the Amer-
ican based iKiuivaliut ,.f 1 A I.
ie aimed at eliminating necd-
leee oompetltlon and
co-operation in agreed '.
The company.' s.,
Laweg, "at present operate or
maintain tochnu,,! and A.r
TrafBe Control etrvkee at thirty
main locations on the v.,:
the eMfkee routes, covering an eree
lag from Borneo in the East to
Barbados in the West.
,'itness for Ihe Prosecu- Among the contents inside the actlv tlei This states:
and cautioned but he made no
statement, later the same day he
went to the home of Rueben and
Lionel Green.
stood he (Green) had broken and
entered the Parochial Treasurer's
Building Rueben denieo
The Eormatloa of International
Limited in January,
1M47. marked a new ;
efforts to plan for the future of
irenepon route fee lltke.
How fast and how-
future developments, would be
hinged largely
which the I.A.L. charter was
designed to cover, i.e., the instal-
It was after I lation. operation and maintenance
ml 8 p.m. on Sunday :ed Ihe Parochial Treaoiem!^ h*d "Mn cl>'1* ' 'h* Station of tele-communications, radio and
of Cave Ruildine gum. .i^T^TV. ""t 1 searched L, la radar aids to navigation
MBUM CRAM FORD of Cave Building Rueben denied this say '"" marched Uoi radar aids to navigation
Hill -he Gen ing that it was Lionel Green who he"'5 house. cl> .. Ir-ifhc control throughout the
al when -ho was in- Md ,hl breaking while he enter. """ Ru'ben gave him me watcn world ' -C.A.O. standards on
vplved in an nrcident on Mana- od. lo repair. Rueben made a siite- ftn economic basis,
one Lane on Mondayabout 12 3S Rueben later look him aim '"c"1 '""'r : Hill U'llllflf
prnwilh the bicycle T-445 owned 1., .Sgi. Henderson to the eastern ""> not mention Clyucs name """ C-""r-'t
ml ndden by Samuel Maynard nat of ,ne building where they .i-i__llitl Ct Thnni'it __ i * eh- n_i;_-
Vit bicycle was not
lies M BTOUTI o( St. Pctoi
1
.Tfm his bicycle
5! Andrew about 10 a.m. on
-pii l *VER1
i im.e of iron.
the I'ohce Mattistrate b*CUM "u" "' A L cDi ',l -\ll!'^
Sgt Bourne said that he next Of Molen |wi -.itentio.. WU bem,
M biulding. On the to Um district, ww ntwtupWd air Mr-
me day he went to EUi Ration, on Noranta U Jj. 2*EZ2?* -'"" /reouenc
same
residence where a hammer was nctii totonnaUon
found. This and the iron were about Oscar Forue. 1 did not
matched with various marks on bring him to the U.stnct "o
(Un*- 'Jourt to give evidence because 1
On November
SZ^lWn2 l.'mir*?'"B Frd'' !
Mill them on the previous Satur-
Be property ol G. D i:, Wll. l(u,v sal(1 lh
K'nfru rh^-h / '" to B prochial
ttlion .Christ Cnurch. onia ifc saw lhem
.tn.seswhne he stood
burnt at the Pine ^ and c/uXionJ hm,
SIHIRTI.V VFTER 5.55 p.m. j^'er Uy ::e charged 5.00 to 5.15 p.m. he and his wife Comptnj would not be
' Lionel Green and cautioned him left home in their car Tl* .
rushtxl to Halls Road when they uu, hc ma^c no statement.
rewive.1 I that 0IW ol th Sixteen-vear-old Winston Green
Lid that on November 26 at about
When they arrived, the; tu p.m. he was at home with
a mr in.- Lionel and Rueben. They iel
burnt an*! the home and went to Cane Vale. He
n'd them. When they
, :ied the Parochial Treasurer's
Office they Mopped.
oodltlou in B
Suitable navigational and land-
:: many instan
lacking to moot such coiuUttoiU
so that, in the interests of public
ere can- "PP*""1111* consistent Automatic
STAT1()\ REBUI.I

dos, in conjunctiuii
tinmenl otttcials. I
u.tlon at 8will v
hoa been romnloh
OtpabU) -( operating on
BVVOn high frequency ladle
i-iUik'Is, .ill icmolely COnUrolUM
eonti
Seawell. A DM
frequency radio a
Uonal beacon has been ,MITf"
from the U.K. and installed.
This has been in op>i
about a month and aircuft
More Machinery
For SeaweH
Ii.teriiation.il duni]
motor grader
equipm B*1-
rday for



.J3 tons net)
has alu b trips I
.icre thil .
Other cargo brought by this
II were crusher bins
and conveyors. D-8 caterpillar |
I other \
machinery paru. tcx'i
roads, bolts and nuts.
bto, .m anvil. ;in <*uto car)
lene

i

: I '
cry The heavy ttuchti

1
nother trtp I

the* beuuj

ailing.
H
T..M Who
I tiliifs A Outilitii'% at thi*
HflOADWAY
al .!! MJS 14 brl->
, Brwa. Ha*U tt. r.. *l.l U l*i
h in fCbll*. HUrk had H<4
t\bll<\ llro- fr.e S. Ie> ,
irautj, itf.- '"* -"* - - *
njunt ~-
II \-III t nil iiRCN'M BAGS I.K
Hll.liMIN S iVKIM-
IHUUinVAl IHIISS SIIOI*.
'I am a proud ronaumer of ,
GOAT CHOW
The cows begin their yoong ones on
CALF STARTENA
Minable from II I AMIS JIIMS 4 Co.. Lid.
_
a
irV
I'LKASE AOTE
nDdlug Beaiin

planning covers thei
installation of Dual
(V it f I radl
.. caused ail unfa-
be frightened away. VUUI.
L;Sgt. Henderson told how ht the pubic and financial loss on
accompanied Sgt. Bouri witors.
other Constiibles to the home of I that
Rueben and Lionel Green ipplj of aendi araUon; approach and
search was carried out and I Kc the task f
found a wallet and a chain. impossible to fultil axcepl on ll '
Mr ]{. Mandeville. .-. Solicitor long-term basi
Hp of Maxwell, Christ Church, said the pMdaivUkeflt British i
that oa Nov.-mb.-r 5 it about to the nnancial formaUon of the p"i>"^ nd is p
, ,,j from static Utterfefenee,
by airlines and countries ouUdde Un|rUn point
the Commonwealth, and n "( t,v
...I Hpecl oi '
p a) would lose its significance
by lack of support.
thil
turned between 11.00 and 11.19
p.m. They entered the house
Alter looking around the hOUM
lie tuunu a oeuroom w.
opened. Two jwnes ol glaai
brofeen nd vanoui trucii
irattered around on the iloor.
The uressing table ll
I.A.L. was conscioi.
. I! was conscious, to.,
of the factsfirst, that men
new rui.' eU, plam
in- iie-mg made for installing a

Unea of the
T'^ls not .ill.
and Rueben went to tho pulled out and he found the lock 'ad, mdualry would I
. it-, ii___ i .----- I ..... ;,.ii. ..t.ibi
i pcoduetJoa In the <* "" '-' -
:..-..
OI)ituary
I I .....ORNB, O B.I

I
\h .
ben UOOeJ -nd Hueoen c-mi
wu 85. b beard Lionel say
ldaid Kims: Howiird Thorne Ru I watch,
was the .. In and we aint get not a.W- -
building while he remained in the
road. Later. Lionel and Rueben
came back and he heard Rueben
tell Lionel, "Man in day hard to
get in, it would teck loUMthiii
drUL"
Kftetofj Safe
Ut liome but awoke
to the wardrobe on the ground.
Watch Miuvd
' nd his wife's watch, a
gold chain bearing a m
-
envelopes containing J1.08.
lated by rationalising UK
iiupnic.it picture,
tO thi ultimate
Qnancia] benaflt Lan route req
-nmon bamwi su d u
I.A.L which had the
......B >ce is a big safe without S|; Howard
tuebao -i0U
plain fin Ll does open wiUi num- w|Uii.^b [or lhe prosecution
refuse into manure Thi- : ,. __ ,ht, t\ld the Court how he saw foot-
gmest aim Clifford were Imbued Winston then said trial on im- -nU at Jhv ,,.Mail.l,. _A U|
ucben Mandeville.
tending means of inantu.. tiDJ under a nee. "u T, Mt_ rs,,^; *nJM footprints
Barbados. To lh s end, a cam ". ?'iiliht hoie reeamblance to tnose of
wai the custom of those a ben ioid him "wl *\ \'*h Ll0nel Green's more so than
rom the Treasury ..no
England to got to give nu^ four cents.
ipproDdate action.
'ier watch chain and wallet while Results have shown that, over
Mr. Colin Hayiey. Jeweller and tha
Watch Repairer, told the Court ten* the I.A.L.
that on many occasions he had <>mt.
Airlines from ma

mat:
Mroachei In i>< riods ol v
ndaUons ol thi
forthcoming II \
will 1



i

orbed in 1
laatton.


lar take-over al A1
Ui India Oeoi Uve plan
i.ii. Ltd., >
National Alrwaj W., thing to be done at Ant!
B.E.A., B.o.A.C. B.S.A.A., Jamalcs Neejotlaf
ini on with Ti
nd Lcewai
of the
ho was tin* but The following are now member-
narai
TMtEB-MONTHTS* JOB
COLAS COMES

This sch.
-
LEATHER
NOVELTIES
DIES
BARB .
'o to
SHOPPIN
ISE
BOOK
IR1PS
COMB i
SHOE HOI
ZIPP
Jf. "
' Our PHOENIX BRANCH will bo closed for
STOCK-TAKING
Wednesday 2Hth instant, and uur RELIABLE
ii It A N C H wil bfl closed on Thursday ;t0lh instant.
The PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT will how-
the purpose ol UUng Prescriptions
only, will be open as usu-
:
Thanks fox .ition.
Blilarifi h, h.. ...imsatM. eol to Bive me tour ccm. W..J7" W____..,.* , oij Lhina National Aviation t-orjwi- hmhk '< *
rS^! \tr Wood Goddard. Parochial Kathleen Green hiantaa En&Tt
:JroI cSnst Church, tolo itness for the g^,^ s
how he found his offlce aaid that on November 29 she nMViai; Alllmcs Sv /.\
1 he VU ap- >" a,d (ha, four pennies and Clyde were at home Ruebao d T w A 0
'.' ; J .,,,: ear, itUaaUtf came to the house. JJJ/" A-
' ' \V; ;;; ind that .meone had tampered ;lsk(?d ,U1 led Rue- Th(1 iibihly (lf
chemist. Dr. Vo.
lie continue! .
formulae and
.'''
^^Haof Chemists of which he
was a V- ..
f with ., that Bai
KOt an E. C
/\ t:u\ntn\
,ii lines Systen
Others have since
ii is eonndenUj exi
..lie IWU ie.iK*--- umvu mm ni lit naiiven. n--- -|-m, .,|,illtv Ot the ailio indUS- Within tWelV<
with the safe. he" asked him if at any time ht .,, .,, nuvi ronauttca
Benjanun Knight identined the WM golng inlo Bridgetown demonstrated bv the recent race tele communication
ii Court as his propcrij. Her husband said that he was against time to provide aeradio for the Bi.tish Carlbbes
the monsoons m
Her husband said that h
hsl 00 August 25 he was ^oini on Saturday morning
, booth for ""I"* Kueben then said that he had a
Knight, a shopkeeper and p acea watch fo repa.r flnd flSked hcr
it on her counter. Wncn ni husUnd to take it to Bridgetown
ed around to take it JJP- *J_ for him. Clyde took thi
-llT ,!3fiU- J*'v. and looked at it. He told Rueben
under one wtmTrwn lnt<
.1-radio Opt
In these plans I.A I
have tin hu
operation of the D.G.i h
. in| Commandi
'' '"...tiu .lon "> '"'"i ** ""' watch hc C0"M L<>c' tru" veiijlprs a ''""' ""''
and Rueben '"'", ..,^1, , get an offer for It Her husband wharf yesterdey .. ei
'"^il' hrbreS. look ll 10 lhe Cilv Ihe Sal- plies of orange, and
",,;M I,.? evidence of urdlv irhkh
' ,he ea On lhe following Monde, her Do,:
I and sill ^S. "Env saw Uonel pair Rueben Iheo fold
*n
Pjjnialion -.Much wu
ntroduclion of i,r Polite wltneee uie
....^.Jon dosed

aopart owner until r
Holder
Plum Tree and Mob
mux plani
.
and wa
t when lie was doin
thin his competen
ct t || "In these plans
OCnOOnet livings been fortunate lo
# ro-opcrallon ol tl
Fresh t'ruil
husband went to Bridgetown
u !h rnns then eeldieeeed the Wnen hc returned he had th
Ilolh Oreens ii Honour ...,,. .K Mi. lal
Froi
by sehooners
Dominica
.; IS oMur wilh luir.ir,;, aT-ffSSS: SBL^i
.1 i,n fame to incir nomt ana .^'-' im nuitai. .var i- n> to form .ibsidiary-
1 Aeradlo (Carlb-
ii> packages bean) Ltd In whsoh the BUall
be Invited to participate
rgo brought .ty these In charge of the Barbados

Jury
summed up. x ~ hujband fw the walch
,N^ TSier*"nd a cousin. To Mr. MM When the Houce ; ,, ^
? rSi brothers, came they did no ask n.y hu ^ and u from Qparatoi He .s assisted
", .10 breaking ana band for the watcn My husband u. bor pleaded 8""1'.'"1Una house ot originally came from Farmets ir ^ y^^ and paper- Senior Aiea Bn|
' ,e M^drvillc Oh No- St. Thomas. lom Trinidad. N. T
Kandal sassiawr**; ^ ladies* Albert Bartlett. last defence .j^. -i^dy Noeleen" and tho nals OftVer. Botl
W." are both consign- Mr Lawes, have hu
Schooner Owners' A^ *i" :
various parts of the world.
M\iiiH!iii;\ii
III).
1..... ' eaad sitrei
KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
DRINK & ENJOY
. TRINIDAD
HNCE ,'CRAPffW",

COOLING &
REFRESHING
/
28
TIN.
Mr.
. ladies' Albert BerUelt.
.n.ion 01 u.c .- lemiiei 5 '"1."'*,a fhin and witness, sold that he was in lhe -Gardenia
XL.01 '"'h' ".".h. velue ol cell al Boarded Hall. Lionel and lo ,r
J"" St. Michael left IHU oU-t articles to the %aiu Rucbe Groe came into another acclatlon.
Hi talu"41 V* ''uc 'ribute was si27.16 h0 was cell and Clyde was placed in one __________
5rL.h,m '' Clyoe Green, a cousm, no ihem ---------------
wwrtmem and the general pub- ', along with IJOM' ( "{^ id , hc heard Clyde
- .ISSS S"dw.S- W tha. Rueben gave him ,
and now would not own
him he had many cases to answer and
/
I'rif (/!> Stir ./..< < ris/iimis. rni'f'r* ami inrliitiis
LION CREST PRINTED CASEMENT
LION CREST PLAIN CASEMENT
in Blue. nose. Green, Maioon and
FOLK WEAVE *** -oa p.- yd________________________,__$1.26
45 m, wide p.. yd______99c. & $1.00
mi, wide pe* lei. ___ $1.05
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD.
10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
M ol Health , ,
Wetati
-' ?,u> ,,wtnoned sentences. he I
" :;ourJw ftoece.. K C Solid- to ru
1 the Board ol "'; ". V' inducted the case
lor ?"2!LSloo. Clyde Green ,.....
' lhe U^mSn by Mr J S. B. ,, s,id that
"rouh at was repreeen"" / Green's cam
* ihe iurv's ver- vernation
...., hearing lhe ^ ,
>;. T"kSd^>' '"" C
t0!" i.r^ecord and du that Clyde Green was In thi
!,a<"Cnces" Mr. Mandeville
r,rcum.nce.o. ^ ^ ^ ,, broke!

the Police had brought the walih
lu.^ home.
I ell Talk
""dydc Green In mm
- thai
carried on a general con-
..ii'. of the
1 rh Green
.
ilp.
*ae at.
Wter nea..... ~r ^ ,c] ,
diet. Mr. ^fjJI^ld U '' Mr Dear ln his address sub-
'idence
VIM

^ -Xin* W. H"-; JSw arTfurther- lh,
"' on "mbl^*7 from the e- could nol prove the poinl where
,,e able to beneM iron. received 'he watch.
,.nce f the P"*M" g m1io Mkii] ,..
nt him a wide ih, ease against Clvoe___ ^

ke also asked the
meal fo> consider Forde's evidence as ther
on hi<
sSsssaKSft
Green at Do^rs Ui.tc^iHid>r ^ Hon(Jur ,..
med up and
een * ------ r
UHik with him e-*-
ConsUbles


told Green
SStsftrsss.
The
j0 a
Court
n. today
the Jury returned
1 until
Cleans everything
smoothly and speedily!
How quickly Vim ,rk!
Just a rub with Vimand ihe din
disappears your Hied doors
made spotless, bright and uleaminil.
Vim is smoother and quicker lor
all your rlcaninn. So get Vim now I
JBaBaahasaar **eaeeW r
ilV''
' 'r-''


PAGE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Companies Tax Up
To Highest Peak
Cuke Tells Leg. Co.
H< WBLE H. A Cute who teconded the motion for the
of the Appropriation Bill in the Legislative
Vndl on Monday, spoke of the possible economic plight
in which the colony may soon find itself, and exr<
lee from where I he major portion of direct
: to the limit
GOVERNMENT OF BARBADOS
BUDGET 1950-51
'. .,..," P,N^N';!A'- STATEMENT l.v lion II A ( uk. dotting iUi IM currcnl budget
: X* KL ,M0J" Y"u" '"' l9M- * ''""It-Hi :o mmbff. ,.( the U
Lcuncll a' their meet.:

for the
Legislative
Prorogation
On April 4
TUB LegUUtun will be
d on April 4.
A Miy fran the Gov-
ernor to both Hot)
the legislature yesterday
informed the member* ih.it
he proposed to mtJo
prorogation at 3 o'clock in
the afternoon.
In The Legislature
COUNCIL
that ih* um or vmxio
o* dontoO from ihr PobUc Tioaaury
Ian rundt< and placed ai lb* aiapoaal
of Ih* Coin .1
Iff to mfl csponditurv inorrrd lo Iho
ii*t of March. IMI. on th* Capital

Pan IIC^pi>.. | \Q 11
llrati II H.,h] U 1*4994 I to 4. In
v" "'I thr PUB3 Of 1100,000 niMf
.... under h***J \|J\ or IM Em.
mta. Ufa) II, p
RranhlliMf fur 144,SM l
tl,( 1949. So J.i..,.. .
a *o*'n rutaiv E*1I-
iMf iMt>si Ma n, mil
rheduH*
.
1949-Mi l>tin*ic,. Part II Capital.
mala* l4ft-tt. No H, Braid UM
.iilollfln
ti Rao-
1
Vet. 1Mb
t.!lrrt Tin- I ni> n. : ardei

1950. undo.

1049
I

I [.!..:
> i a ,i. :

HOUSE
Ifg
-
T

m.-til of Ml .
- JH lft
I. l.t.Wtl i On-
-il- of Twiea lovMd on i-nattrl
'.I
y
RShdurani Urged
To I ne Local Poodfl
I llunuuram to


1 produce can-

I I

5
i ...
I


A.G. Scout Lvutlvr
Auurtlt'il Silver
Cross
ii>ii.Klril>
rVrsaud ol
I
life or Mr A
B. G
I .
"HI u
ban he


u





I
WHAT'S ON TODAY
i.


Mr. Cuke said thai thr*.- yeais
ago he had boon aiked one day
about the pereanUig* of Govern-
ment expenditure on a certain
item, and working this out he had
' to be able to get tit
one he had to do them all. He
hsd therefore prepared a little
analysis to the budget three years
ago which he had presented to
the Council and which they were
kind enough to appreciate
If honourable members com-
pared the estimates of this yeur
with last year they would find
there was not any great difference
between the percentages under
the various heads of expenditure
What he would like to say w.is
ids on the outlook for
the future. Ii had been aald that
the budget VM .1 hOU
budget, meaning that no new plan.
Vtn being embarked U] V.
.v.11 this so? He thought that any-
one who knew anything of wh:
.'as goinR on in the island would
U hi in that it
was time they all took stock nl
Um itu.itmii tint! petit* before
going any further
fa k) been indulging in the
heblt of feeling that they could
go ahead making grandiose
for the future and it wj.s
"iv Mmpttru] to ajh for big
Lo be initiated on the
round that it was not
coming out of the masses, mean-
inf the people. But as he was
going to point out. then would
1 tome out of the people
' ere was nowhere elso
for them to come fiom The latent
figure* he had would give an
MM Tbire wen 4.2)2 direct in-
the island
Of about
2U0.00U Three thuuaand 01 BU oer

3S7 paid 01 Dei 1
affair*.
Taxation
Mi

1 had to
S fatal taxes
11 lar a ind i>eople
>
cerned. texatli
I |oin| un

' I
having wonderful 1
-. 1
.
SAtjOl I'"''
1 ime fiom hi 1 1:1 1 been


"h.maekevim.g"
1
:
< 1 Hut.....

h
ol til.

.
I .
lendtrtf to loee theti en
educatton m
Mi Hui
schools.

1 I uld not lo.
ii* the 11
iptni counl on Infan
:
Old


I

1 ai,u'h ho.

rnment on the eiu 1 and I
(elt that if the Government h .
lecided tl d tnn em
LuUtejoet, H would 1 .
I
ll
Mi Huteon ipeekinj on tii-
tem Wah retted tl 11
the well they had wen diggm.
* werreni ^iid n
position in tit,' Lemrerd pan u\
oenilnui
theti invi
iung thai
:. ,.1 uit


not rot) in the

-
1 tot in-
O. D. I lite *cm*i
r,m.iad oaiaw* a Um IM Maith ISM) , M it, ao. Th, airwuat w* tl-
to_Uf M.nt.aM. 0m diflareace in tha ofiimai aSM
TABLE I
ti-*d a.timi^ 1
Cenoial alevaniir Halaiw- 111*9
Aia t,l,pi,*t*d A Horn l^n fund'
re i .-. f ee
".i i On -.1 nuda-'i
QVnoral Rovonua Dalanoe 3) J 50
Add EMImatad Current Knrplu
i* 3tt Marrh iMi
TAKJ IA
BaMM UBMM
iM4.*S4 sctsajae
." S4.oas.54i. amvooi
Dodiifl *timatad Capital D-tVlt
C....M Masi far lk' ri-aarlal Taor li Apoii. iu i. BM aUroh. Itil
f>.] i[t ttafund* Cuvtoma
hawtaH Ta
Dopartmrntal ReaaQM
rontribution lo Capital Bodaat
0 rseal rponditur* N*t
Adni.ii.ttiativt' Coal*
ret and tho Adm
"i.aso
iiejei
*OS.S4
II.0tI.OS4 M .541.539
Public Rorvicc*
koad
Water
AaTlc.il'Li>r
Ship^ins
Plro Biifadr
Public Market
Modical
Old An-' PoiaHoiM
Chuirh"

Houitnr
I -tion
.....
Cra*i
es.4*,.
mm
:-; 4..
eu.lll
j;i.ia.i
151.S29
4IJ40
31.S41
i 131 Tl.
4JSJCO
Sen
MJOZ
10.4*2
I 1)4,000
40.000
S9.2au.ai7'
Jijas
Ji.om
1S4JO0
3OU.40O
5S.060
:.aorj
JT.15S
ass
II T
s i
la 3
ao.ie
S3a.a4
i.aii.iS3
vs
.rsr
MMS
10.4-tt
I Itf.OOO
19.000 S4.4K1S4
.Salaries 4V Wa*<
Suppllrn A Sfrv.if..
CaaMtaH Publlr D-l.'
Itr\anue a< rf r-timaU'.
Om.iei Co^' .
lr\rom> Ta*

S.tS0.S13 100

Tan Ni-t
.
Stamp Dutc*
Swn> take-
Oth'i flov.rnin.iit Lie
I Ifovalne
Intrrc :
I '.-.
sra, isss to T3.SM lTO.000 S3S.I94 tiM Waeca. isfli 9I104.SU S 1.941.494
JITC.JOO aSZ.OUU "9.000 :.0M0.090 110.000 S I.9W.490 I 4.T4SJ09 3.SMJM
W.OOU io>,oai tH.740 44.B43 1. BM Ji.ua K.COU B3.4SS 1 99.000
9* 9*f TaW'' tl
'>'">' "I i',.. i
Law and Urd>r %\
i
b W|
to .vatKi'i

3SCS
tn >aj|
Li IM
l-on Fond"
..i laeai u.p oohI .a.fi
TABU v
M aaSVOBSM lem l..laa*
la*.
1941
1944
-
WI.IM
117.599
-
ioT.aTi
lU1a
119. MN

199.414
119.049

< rop
Valoa I loi. Vuooi
tun
Mr,i Con,Pre!
C4W Wnofli
UW|> cv..
V P Mot.
BeU9Bj aaM9M 9BJI Urana
ss
iOO.Jij M 14
I09.99A 98 n
l .1327 J 41 11
l*4J4t|
119,448 44 11
IJS.7IU fj ||
111,233 109 14
TSJ18 141 4J
I51.T11 114 17


.'.,177.
a.tOJ
rjn
1.304
1.809.
1 434
1.714
2.0U.
3J83
3.375.
4.1ti
3.T97.
S3.942
Si. Michael Churchwarden
Reports For 19495(1
Of I hi* IWaS I* |a>raotUal
"eent vl-ti v.hm> -nda.l

Mr H. A rCDOR. Ketirujg
hurehuji,U-n oi St UKhaHll
3fflSK53Ir.S5Si,.~,
'f the pMiiiih lot the flnant ial veai ">'W v.vuid oveatiasii) t- p
ti. mel last M ," ".*"<"
H,,!,,!,. rh Hoioa waa hoiworrvi
Mr. Tudoi thanked th, en1
it of the Parochial Adminnt- "'ih* "' *' *"*. * <
treUen uho In men* ways had ^ Tnti* SZVt,?'1"
n rriajuej h^s
vork as smooth as thai) poasibny
oeeld
i
neveniie for
' .died Wl,0*iS.74
The Keoorl ie.uK aj totlows

ralheeral
I


wore r'polrad
oseetan
Small
aM MM *,.*.a v .
feSfeOOl OSrSU I" tUa*J --
: placed Tha o .
I la in air, nrrd ..f n-nofai-itia

queens Park
All UM worfej pi...ijw
i1' **" '" l
bay be. 11 rfltvtrd t.t Uu
.iitandanl Offlc r In..
t Boi-an. the Pa
i
lea Walk ha- It. fl.-d .M aaZ^MW
Oaaad mi 9j
"ii Maiajia i i. Bad _a
' > eaaoajol
. .. .
Hi. Mkhaei* Inilrnur)
nal\ani**d .,
am. .^ me un
rUen."
' lar 0 la-t.oo i
Matron onU hor >ufl
Tfca .eliar ol wh.cM the .1 ,
loaho aaaalo ua, haa boon eon.
M
Uetdawr Keltef
iir on IM Roll (or
'""' a.H4 waeklv petition- I
HontMi
Wookb
Tho 'asonditoi'
n trio inctooao ana ihr Bstui .
-094 24 .o- aeem
I
.1 H^h-
M i,-.i
Feed t'entre
TM r^od Centre tc
- bave had to rator lo ovn
Ctwrchea
All im Chvirchoo and Chaprl. hav.
m H-ir.abau need, .tIip f
aldo. lo confute
V.. aunllng .Dal Audltlag
I ploovd to aas ii^at the pre-
auditioa u u# lo daio and .
woikiii* vor>- ati.lactor.li Tho Coah
balance ovallabar to Ui* Parochial Tiea^
Caah >n BanH- Ul 51
Caah In Hano i
Total value ol unpaid vooch-
-r- in ibe hand of the
Churchwarden" Clerk mj bb
I no* uko ihi. opporton.ty u. IIUik,
poeiai menu.-, of atoaara. WoaUiorhood
and Stmaaonda. aa> tore Oueftliaiu, whoaa
Miotaaco could i*a>Tw^p7p4id
opon and who W009 alway. of im iri
it drip to me.
fisherman Dies
From Stab
DM S.Hided are* f0| '.
In apite of im UM vote **
m.ino> ha* been u>ed M IM b-
It i hoped that Die Pood Centre

BuiUiiius
A
w ettimatea wore rnad* for
m IM PMOa l,
' tM uck and poor of the pariah,

cauaed b< i'.r n...i. ihw wa aaoi %. a*
GEORGE HUNTE 25->ear-old
three nsherman of Redman Gap, died
t Ihe General Hospitu about Hj.'i
u tho n Tuesday mornin after he wv
a.ivan stabbed in Redman Gap. jbout
9 o'cuxk on Monday night
A post mortem was perlorrord
on hl body about 2 pjn. yester-
day by Dr. H L. Ma*siah at the
General Hospital Mortuarv
Oeorge Harvey another fisher-
man has been arrested in connec-
tion with Hunte's death
ntaaVi
urvoj oi ia-
' tabled .
ibag dunna the <
kill Man Killer
'Bajan' Mother
Griffs Dream
Comes True
GEORGETOWN. B.C.. Mar. 28.
SATURDAY afternoon March:
18. 1950. was a big day :
life of Barbados-born Mrs. Lydia '
Grifflfh. 102-year-old resident of
the suburban village of Kitty on.
the eastern outskirts of George-
town.
Mother GrifT as she is known by-
young and old ui Kitty wax born
in Barbados, daughter of a slave.
She celebrated her birthday
anniversary on Thursday. March
18, and she expressed a wish to
see Princess Alice. "I would really
like to see her......but 1 cannot
walk." she told her friends In Ihe
Village. The story of Mother Griff
was earned on the Front Page of
the Daily Chroniele on Satin day
morning, and Government KOUM
communicate^ 1 with Red Cross
Headquarter? . Princess All
read of MoLier Griff's wish and
requested th^t the old lady be
presented to htr after the Pres-
entation of Regimental Colour
the B. G. Volunteer FnVce that
afternoon.
A Distinguished Guest
Quickly the news spread aroumi
the entire village, and at 4 o'clock
children and grown-ups gathered
around the little cottage nocne Bl
a limousine bearing the Prli
Personal Standard arrived with
two Red Cross Nurses. Mother.
Griff was helped Into the car and
taken to Red Cross Headquarters.
Here she was made warm......
covered in a coloured blanket, pro-
vided with hot tea and shortly be-
fore 5 o'clock escorted b
Cross Nurses taken across to the
Parade Ground In wheel chair.
She was given u place in the front
row of distinguished gueM
after the iiov ttie PrifVeeU went
over to her and amidst tumultuous
applause, shook hands with the
old lady.
"I thank you very much for
yomr lovely gift. Prime**
Alice told Mother t.rilT. ..ui
then it was learnl that on her
birthday she had tenl to Gov-
ernment House as a present for
the Princess an ornamented
calabash.'
The Princess then introdi"N
Earl of Athlone I thank H
is wonderful that you have lUCfa
full possession of your senses. Let
BM introduce you to my hus-
band." The Earl then came for-
ward and idiook Mother Griff' by
the hand.
"So you are all the way fron.
Baroado>." the Earl ^ul I t
Sir, from St. Philip*, long ago,"
replied the centenarian.
Ifil Excellency the C .
and Lau> Woollcy BatH
hands with the old lady um, wish-
ed her good health and men)
more years on earth." It e i
grand day fur Mulher Qrlfl
a tear of joy rolled down liei check
as the Massed Bands struck up a
March and the crowds cheered ee
.she was1 wheeled back to Head-
quarters and a motor ride back
to her little horn" end hei
in the village.
-^li^L^
Advertise in the
EVENING ADVOCATf
For rales etc apply *
^^^DTOISING DEFT
pumpIiri^
.M.I-AND'S NO. Sugar ,,
rcinK and iMtn suR.r, arP one, mor, oh^
able from Iho leading uroccries . f -
Refined and Energy-giving sugars mmM
PCMPHREYS.
Agents:
Messrs ZEPHIRINS LTD.
Qaality BAKERS awan & Roebuck Slrw,.
BRITISH WEST gsjuj
AIRWAYS LIMITED
NOTICE
^.rS ^.,::.,p-'^"' '"*
Reef Grounda
love be.
Nllkitriuale Memorial Home
aaoad'oii
I workers in i.
Northern Dk ,(-d to
M-aBM
inan-killing -Ra'rba Ajnarilla"
F:.ng) Tommy
4 vu a relief
t'otton Urged For
British Guiana
GEORGETOWN. B.C. March 28
Three agricultural expert! bek

utly and gave a generml
description of ho.- .",. .'
boost her BgncuiUira
d emphasu
d fui .i KM
order Bafperln
. Ing of ihe p.-,. aj
udmurn raeuM
re in-
d crop rotation
and grass> lu guard ..^uiist the
livestock industry beniH "squeez-
ed out" by rice.
Qjserta erfao
.'iciicullural conditions fa
west Indies and Bi
Hi C F. Clay. Agricultura.
Adviser to th,. Se,,
for the C'oloiuea; Dr. Horklot
Secretary for Colonial Agricul-
tural Research; and Mr. A \j
Frainpton, Advisor in Agricul-
ture for Comptroller for Colonial
Deraopnienl and Welfare
Test Elsewhere
Mr. Clay was of opt)
i a; the most) only 20 pei
cent, of the Coloi
iieially occupied, aim
stressed that the bulk of
ment shou:
areas for the tune being, and thai
testing should U-
ind Utilisatii...
are essential, and stud.<
:"- Baaadje "f .llU'l 'IKI11\ <
our type of SU|1 ineiltin(.
Ii-iuneii' '
ment Station of Suo ...
Would COmpnse all *\|,es uf l;,no
from sand roof to pssgi
The main problem or
is to get the right t\p.
The Colon,..1 ii- ,
has now been inaugurated, and
aims at attracting the
b> givnig eoroparativel.v BJOOd
ciple of using local people, uhii.
obtainable, in preference to ex-
pRtrkrti rhe .,.. :.uustry hav
' BeepUaaVUVl results fol-
lowing research, with "the "tre-
niondous" ligure of 6 to
acre (Blairmont btel
Individual peasant ag
efforts should be groui..
to provide such a
development aP to atti .
investment, and raise peasant
standards of effW .,
tenure, individual
would have to be solved eventu-
ally, and a binding p
established between tei
lendaWpi
DUE to several changea In schedule which becoec
Saturday, l-si \,,ril. I:,, a|| persons hold.
BTvationa on or after that date are landlj
ted to communicate with our Office, Lowr
Broad Street, (Phones ; 4585 and 2789) foriraorav
alion regarding changes in times of arrivals, and
depurtint| etc.
'.v^v,%^v,^%^^-/,^%-,-,.,.i%%,///^v;//W/V/yV/VW//f
BUY
AOWt
AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS
WE CAN SUPPLY
CANE BILLS
O CUTLASSES, 18" 4 20"
O rOBKS
O HOES
O SICKLES
O SHOVELS
JOT All at Attiactive Prict
Ihe Barbados Hardware Coitdj
11 BeUM lei Bargatal) ,_?
N..s. :::. Sc :.2 Swan Slreel. phwie 21W'"" (
S9.000 For Needy
Children
iBarbadat Adorale C atrrta*na>nl
BE1 I.
According to
reports th.
school children is now S9.858 !H.
..ried the

- FLORENCE"
BAKES
THINGS LOVELY
We
1 hev
*lock .
FLORENCE
STOVES
AND
OVENS
3 BURNERS $71.86
2 BURNERS
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17
iTQ.ESDAV MABCn 2. I960
RARBADOS ADVOCATE
p\r.r seven
sft^psiss wl Gi-ch t
THE House of Assembly at their meeting vesterdav
", wl,h ainrndments, a Bill to amend the Police Ac:
ST The Bill originally intended to authorise Gazetted
JE,_ to award punishments to member-- ; the Force be-
"J^e rank of sergeant, who were guilty of misconduct or
Attain Nationhood
Justice J.W.B. Chenery
i'.at bm been made from time
aid Mi. Justice J. W. B. Chenery lectunn,; on the
>port last nlghtil think v,
Controller Of Supplies
Permanent Office
The House of Assembly yesterday passed a resolution
approving the order entitled the Civil Establishment
(General Amendment) Order, 1950 wliich makes provision
for the salaries of the Controller of Supplies and a Senior
if the Controllers Ofl\ce.
wanted to take.
till thnc
Bevin Will Not Churchill Pledges
Bargain \\ ills
Germans
ie report gtvaa the iVest Indies a chance to go forward to said uut both omcer. were m the K'i,A2;
I "f dominion status within a federation which is controller of Supplies department. " r!*
|0 alW hlUU *>4 .V,l___SA.1..1.________.1. .. 1 .., ...____ hii-h mo, an ameraar.*.. imhlii. V
Sauon contained in the
pS^rt that the power ot
W*.,. Sinishlticnts ft..' minor
vDMBMl " iiiij\iibi ill -
n ,P?;k.lon ,asl T"sday night, suy. 11 was essential that the West "-??? ,. hope.1 that what he had to say
IJ_ should >* delegated to He was that dav. however illj -ieh th- Indies should follow the Barbadian seemed as thouh that depart- would be apt to clarify the hon-
i*S( oSrs. "PP"8" t giving those urncM, 52 "" Council's -attorn. For It must be said that ">< would be KOln* n for a b, member'smind The
E^Se^r discussing the power to do more tha? c^ensu" mTV T"kcnt'1'1" ' night Barbados, oven in years of depres- 'ong <""< yet and he therefore honourable mmUr had touchy
ffViidit """ a1"""""'1 or reprimand. Since the first Hi' 'he f'1*' would !*i slon. "ad managed to balance lU l>tW to move the passing of-he ,",,* 2eveVvthm. in tne
tiSTot which is to limit debate, an incident had occurrca ' ", ,hVb""y of the West budget. Re.olut.on. ,* '\ touched' on n.r
f,! Commissioner, -he would only refer ,0 it bricTry ,"?'?'''?d mTfn,0"ln"nc""! Financial Stability Mr. M. E. L nt awarding punish- and did no. want to debate "_ X, ncteS .,"*?"""1" w,lhout Pursuing the question of Snap, E- K- ".least ,EI said that t h^e did n ajree .
*,t members of Oa Force. M* made It appear ,h even SSa'SSSLfi. S*5_?-* "- W'."V. Mr. Chenery cited >>' he.u, wanted the hon- hr ^ pre^irefT, "h.0. ...,"
the report on the our.bhvmembe-to,do was to live , h d ,
Services In the "im some idea ai to how long the - .....u ,,.,, , ,,- -
Caribbean Area, ami then nmcc was likely to be. Since it -^
fourth '.is an Institution which had
_. ..Inch had aroused been running since 1M9. they
Si;::::::: :3ssi; 5 ~ &% ffiK - n -
"f,^> ?lo,o the putting a branch of the^mmtoXn '^'^r'V"" "0 h'" "1^ Spelk^ng abou't toTnce again, h. b,ur- g "'' ">b lnent thing, for convenience. ft wa,
p^rin ,he hands of the were given such pwcrs 1 Imu^Uljrwe^^^^a' -ld that ,t might ""ha'Jom!. "^'"Uv f. '?k" Ta' S^ ,b"P" <"""'"'"> hich
"^".-j,, in .ward i I when ih ..t..^------ I then made other mode of financing federal v"l,ncy which the Individual the Government had found a lot
-,s whemes ins essential. ..hci'-.er hv f0"1* "!': Therefore whan the ot difficulty. The honourable
present holder of the post
of Controller of Supplies had
been seconded to act in the post
nd
acquired knowledge that
was of immense benefit to the
colony at the present time.
Support
For Labour
From Page 1
from page I
that she en:
f .iaents to award up to time when the safeguard ..!
KKwtra drill to a mem- "mil authority lu7cT",Z.i h,1.0?' . I*-'"' 'not
t hours' extra
fj -hp Force below the rank representative was absent.
> see how a senate loan or" oKirwiie. b it must iw honourable member said that it member should DMT
cr-^wi was absent. "."T" loan or otherwise, but it must tie -------"V*1 "'"""" "a " ' iiiemoer snouia near in mlgd lhat
aHrsaf. ,.Whfn ''lec,od members became ronlSied ta?h^n .t,r",C'P in a manner which would enable " bkeljr to be tor some time, hd with the question ol control, iney
"^ ,_. ,h Ministers, public opinion as rep- SrvJTv sef.u o,PST WW d ,hp w"t Indies to develop their hoped that he would be able to eouM not for certainty -..,
flp pinned no faith in the resented , the House. fd "^ am usifuljpurpose A one- ,, wHn treedom in their expatiate his reply, as to how long coBlrols would cease.
_,! ,n wntitig to 'be Com- provide -urh a safeguard, and ablvT far &.S" ,h Si S/^ ""ancial policy. -Of whether there was any Idea ,, Uiey had lor certainty .aid
Eer because they could not power like that could then be aJed tl nroooneni? nfTn. eon' n ,hc quM,",n "' FM"al s"- ' ,,ow lon ,h" m"' w" would last for two years, men
K aw- Commissioner, extended. "v'- h0.^""""^ nts oft ho eon- w,s Mr rt,^,^ ,.,,, entitled to remain.
JS, i the most extraordinary inSi JESJ^ ^ SSJ "> recommendation that those
"TSirant case. (aUlng to eon- Dr. H. C. Cummin. (LI said ^""'L ''"^Tl,,C' lnomln1? L,Tr.wanl 1W 'he Superln- that the Government had re- ^!*,1?, ""^ "".^ ?"' " ob,- free from political control
l*nT J'tWCd, "" Bl" *>" as last 'rS0, ? ,?. ? '" """ ,mc "ork Kid that it was inconveni- debate,!. Government had ex- ol lh" eonstltution.
for people who weie gojmwl in the_beglnn|ng that the
depi-nded on which polltl
was in powvr.
Heturiung to the questum ..1 the
would
_ nranie from distant BUI was designed to i'mprnvc tiu- , Senale MviiiIm r.
g*>7tbt UUnd to attend the discipline ot the Police Force ,. ""' """l"alil'-,"' enatc mem-
L Mice Station to give .It had been drawn to the alien- be?"^"""
Cdk before the Commissioner Hon of Government that the lime . ''..;,
MBtrs whici, ro uWocted ""* *L;n'"'u f than not al he WoukTb. sonTe:
enuMOtlon with wasted when Police case, uc ,, k.. oth,c
,,, ,,nes^;H,:\.!uSrf\c;rZduaZ:;:^',nJ-
milters i
Hxjuirv
Fdrce.
to was 'aid
tric<|. The serecani il-
. Bcljeplaine to Si SXta^^fiSsS ta'^fXsd'cri
.Baasloner-s OBIce to attend J had to come to ^odquarter. Federal Court was an absolule ne-
esoulry. His answer to that ">r tne case to bo tried by the eonttv because in i written elm.
ktot if Mohamet could not f'"^'"":.''"','| Bill before. ~ ^ ^^n "v'hch
as he had saM, there would ob-
Permaiient viousJy be no point in making it
He hoped that the idea of like that.
niakinn; that department per- He had often heard the honour-
manent would not be carried out. able member say that he knew
of^U^i^^aro^cSc. "*- th- 'ov.-'onien, regarded the working Government. Mon-
I ;is part of their established ourable mem be m of tlu- n
Tisunng vote, knew that the honourable niem-
lf UM3 rt lhat it ber knew the workmx of theCox-
hat the Uma r ', i ^i, C Gov"n?r Federal Judiciary, M. Chenery waB R* '"'"R. Y "ad no emment. But he ww not m-
IDWM-vary jST^S !S H!2S..??! h?ly -'"' ttt the (unctions of such "H1" 'or it on the permanent titled to say that the Govenim.-.,:
would not affect the present legal establishment of the island. V* could not change its attitude
or judicial set-up m the vanou* would maintain that that would They were not afraid to make a
i ill bo indefensible. Of eoune their change when they saw that it
have its own legal officers. With laws were not the laws of the would be profitable to iho islaixi.
and if the time came for them to
.i.try it was more than likely, If they were not to be put on recommend any chanp
iHiv.wcr that it would Inkr twetf there, he thought there was some eatablishment of that order, they
the functions of the W rJMttnf with it would recommend th<
i.dies.
Mmu have to travel from Pio be tried. The sergeant, the 'rhZ neVi" *rt"mnri+ t ik.i hav<* lts own ,PKni n,,,f'r- w,lh '* "* ot the
"""' -Tender and his witnesses in Ln a^.^1.^.^ the creation ,.f the Fcleral Judi- Medea and Persians.
_. lO COmp to hnnHfiiiiriiirf m
for the
'.The mountaim tl.n S ft Signed ,o p, an Cour, o, 4, p, ;.
must travel to Mo-
to that.
If the Hill should pass and a
tutloD, and it 'v;^ the

Interprcler
Hut that would not l>
Inconveiiienri'
i that trouble and
brought by the Super- uim vlrea and P"1 ' iu ,u
foulri
throughout the West Indie* to be
Bjiunlty. it
light l*\ he said, that the form-
i. Hie
have the right to appeal in the posed th
same way as anyone else could i,,.,,,,, l^!" J^.10*^1* f01"1 to. """^r Uw '" constitution a reality and
f the
ould have
ment to do
He felt they could regard that
office aj one about which the]
renege uld not say for certainty how
Ro long it would last. But they
knew that as such, it was a post
of necessity- Members of the
Civil Service did not
leadenup
With regard to the extra drill, find that 'he impoverished West tution. he emphasised, could only
> VI 111 tli.,1 .1 i iw.K.,.,- i.mr _ I'- _____ I-..'_______l-J -- ...... lilt 1hi>ir Iitil-t II UTK lilt 111 ',ll|>
doubt was a happy pereussor..f knowledge that Ural i:
god to pay do Iheir part. It was jjmJ ttougBt and actioii named ,r uae years, to ,,ul NSM
ighoul the Ids | 1,......^" """' person there then would
offender would [
Commissioner of Police -
ttmUmg facilitiev which he one. The offender could appeal St of Ch'ef uatice and -hut
and attend the country to the Oomm.ss.oner of PolicTor 0;| o o.^e VK.mm.ty on {^Jj"* * **** "V *"
tin question, -paring with- ei o come before that body. Von w,h'etx na,d ^ r n*rb*dot-
incon- tlve Committee, if he to be 3.500 a year Thai said. M. f" "J*" Knowledge
.^ u. "l*flft wh t*e decision of the ,mi( thai oJ I.....th. r "H " MUni ,-i I\,, r-^Ln'^ Th., n .
p in alternauve. he would be Coouiilaaloncr. i;3 tmo aaj it w.is Grange to report. The.: ooati- yrenada tonfemue. mat no He was sure mat with the
to agree to a corn-
whereby the powers
to be conferred by the
I all Superintendents
be conferred on the
PpVy Comtni'-sioinT aloiif,
BDK the power t<> award, the f.ovt inoi-in-KxemtivV.
drill. He understood that*
a compromise did not find Mr l- E- Smith (L| said that
r with Government, conse- he did not feel safe as far as
iy, he must oppose the putting power In the bandfl "t
^ght reading. lhe Superintendents when they
had the (''itiimissioner there
g. G. Map 'L> said that He felt that if the Superintend-
'Jie last occasion he was not ents were given authoi '
wy to giving those otficai ind caution the men
m \n censure or lepnmaiid, in the Foite, they might be too
be felt that it was a dis- hard
power that could be came to the extra drill of m\
such an officer, without houra,
' dissatisfaction in the The HottM then
while ho was not then Committee on the Hill
Haseennng the granting of it with amendnw
ah that, be that we
live day; mi watch tie eou
to the Commissioner, and
also had the right to
At
Brancker Queries Fire
Brigade Staff
Bfl
tiff
BUQI
* J. F. T. Rr.nrker (Cl tabled ehattel houses are now for th.'
si relative to the suiting In
M UnposlUoo of Parochial Tnx.--
rt at a meeting of the ua poor people -^
1 i-lay. Mr. such houses and who are not in
so enquired whether a position to pay thereon?
the File Brigade <3) In view of the above, will
:-J~Z "' sufficient. Govoriimenl mill;.!!' all
nu t Smith (L) tabled a, steps without delay, by legislation,
".'elating i the rate -.f with view to causing
1M c, chattel houses. house. Of a -m.dler annual vallM
n>ii..,, ., II..... t!4 lo lie escnipt from
a,:, liability for rates?
IHir ------------------------'
Newspaper Denies
Ban Report
jnniolion is concerned, (a)
sen-ice with the Central
""d would not be Uken
raUon, nor (hi educ.i-
aliflc.tion>:
The Belize BUlboard, Sunu..;.
_ ato a fact tha, Uie ..d d-MI a -t ajjVJJ
inVinV, ha. also not" because of IU cnUco,,, of I
MrtMn that the man "*nt over the que.llon of
? T* -P~! ^i-^h.i'Governii;. ;
as*
cnate.
"o promotion in rasaar
'"The Superintendent
pte-Pg ^jfTsra^ji
onions
' II lhe answer to the abovo
11 in lhe aillim..in, m.i
attention to ordinance I
,, ihe Criminal Oats,
vide, a 2-year hard labour term
... n. .
likely to bring into
hatred
it
sute whether du- "" S;,,
T?*" a" arisen amongst m^l the person of II.
ttjrn becaiue they fear *%%*? ffSove,-,
,J3~J"I Impressions" pro- fflci*| capacity or the Govern
"M> scope ,, exeice of m;n, , firitish Honduras, or .
. iscrimin.llon and/or
a Horn
Government inform
>o whether the flies of
raise "discontent or a.
amongst inhabitants of Briusl
Honduras; or to prom,
ho-tility bst.
Jjaasim this Department full}- sections ot the popu.
Kii"*" ""'"> wiih UU r.i itish Hoodura,
the The Ordinaniv
Highway' being as an afternuith
riots, declares 'It **",,.,'
,.ier the (section) tha
the Fire Hi. ,,U alleged to h
on lhe PUDIIC uirougnoui uie isiaiios ... - ',,,."" ki.TL."
. I b) such rich create lh| Sfn?:,,. H ,s.,
.,. The) should not hailK.il, 11 ,',""i-""I1 y ",' ""'
lusion that the mat. u Honduras. Jamaica
......a did not cotton
">l" '7,,,^0,,eo^nhT ^>
person
running an administration in-
correctly. Members of that CJov-
. ,, emment did not believe in pan on-
KESd ire,.;;..," fn "t'ne OoSS "Sk Ck.......> ] ^S"
Of .,. l,m,ei,.,lC.ve,,, -.eUldleaC
,..,. locOmplMS federation 1|
.,,!,!,! :rom would send men and wotOSn cotna,
JUST A SPLIT SECOND
But To Astronomer Finch It
Brings Fame After
Ten Years Of Clock-Watching
By CHAI'MAN I'INtlll.K temational conlemne
Tq* S|)V tW method of delltui
Inch, ten routnu Me-nwiule. it
,i in acientiiu-
order have offered little icope ror the man who put th
fame. !" The K*w
Yet In the OuW ol his hill-top What would you rale the c
observatory at Abiiw". Burn) monest eause of death
lie hM stumbled l- iiampered animals of i
Old aet Pneumori
Rew-

. j .._.
i If on answer, according to /.oo
mortem specialist Dr. H I
refill ,lock-watch- ell is. riOH-.irc
InK Finch has found that the The jungle law lhat
unfit to live is
is ii.mb .,( keeper*' care,
assumed, spins faster every au- Do You Alree ?
tumn and slowa down every Little men usually make the
spring. most henpecked husbands, nc-
The time il tald 'kI cording to a peraonaUty survey
one*
makaa them more dependent
human race rliki a Frankenstein
fiiie if it fails to safeguard iteell
while there is still time a aclen-
ins to-day.
.Machines that can think for
selves are already being
. limit. US. electronic expert Ed-
.nq mund Berkeley claims, Machines
London'! lhat w,n "ct for themselves as
well as will soon be made, he be-
Nearest approach so fa* i
self-sufficient robot is Susie,
electro-mechanical secretary, be-
ing developed by tho U.S. Army
i ex ol wires, valves, and
geera, Susie will Up out nei
boss's words on a typewriter as
fast as he can speak them With
the rules of spelling and grammar
time It takes to turn rouiu cording to a personal .i,^Tn her maSurtic memorj
the nudnight-to-inidmght f more than 1.000 DM. ^' 'aaomauJElv curr^T hi
we call a "24-hour day a London hoaplUL Their nature . *'" auiomaUcally correct tus
was a step that Government
not take alone. That step
was taken in conjuneiion with
the Whit ley council and although
it might appear to the honourable
member to have a chan.<
titkn In the Imperlwl world.
they did feel tht
tunes people who we-
through their i |
churacter, to have certain posts.
Control was not only
for thought in HaibaUos. Con-
trol seemed to affect -
whole. Even those
that did not csriy l
onomy found
have control. They in that House
were not debeUng particulai
Ideologies ol that or any other
Government. They were trying
to lit the needs of the colony to
the Resolution and in that Resolu-
tion, they wanted to glee 'hut
officer the opportunity uf bemtt In
post but they couli
how long it would last. .Ie felt
that it had been with the ap-
proval of the Whillr>
and they should then-fun
It to Parliament to make ;i de-J
cision one wy or other, it
with those facts in mind thai it decisions which
Government had derided v leave be imposed upon I
the Controller in office. Rruter
iw^!J^auSe Franco mi&1
amble w-i?11??' th9
"We build up this Bntatn aid R^cTSSt K^
democrauc responsil-:: rmed and asserted continutllv ?^
fnghtfullv difficult.' the most .^U?? S2JSJ^ Mr
"I have had to tell CJiurchlU aaJd %e mann*r- -
coUcagues in Germany that they explaining whv he did not be-
are a little too nationalistic for tieve another war was immin.nt
me and their naUonalism breaks uid "there ncitr
through their social dem<-1 time when the .luinionx
rather too frequentlyall that .'gainst wars were a strone ff
mns Mut>"'.. '
Mr. Bevtn said he hoped he rtafau> hem that hen
was not misinterpreting them by "" ' J?iantic scale in the
Mylng that he referred to the "' naoona.
d v and added "But no one should underrate
I must say we have set our face ,ho difficulties in the way of a
Igalnet that, the United States. *-'ttlement or close his eves to the
France and our*. ulf separating the two worlds
.. . ,.. ,,ach nrm* and reaching out for
Here Mr. ChurchUI Interrupted agendea that might eventually
to den> that lie used the words destroy the human race."
Bg" or rearmament'. Mr. Mr Churchill said he thought
llevm retorted "it may not be the 't probable that the Soviet Gov-
rearmlng ol Germany but ent feared the friendship of
glee the Germans arms you are lhe West even more than they
.vanning them. did its hostility.
Mr. Chnrrhiii What I fdleei Mriea ol quarrels.
In n'feren< e to QernuoM mrlnmnaM of an outside
with us, tho Americans and '"''".v "'i the minds of the masses,
French. mnjht be regarded by the Soviets
Mr. Bevtn: I >hou.d be ^S^T^SZ
sorry if 1 misquoted you I | the Communist ix.wer
wa>'' i Here indeed is a thought-
Mr. Bevin eontinii. i a reason for fear "
case if we want to bring France he observed, "but fear must never
and Germany together thai .dn- be allowed to cast out hope"
talking about arming the "I do not take an over sanguine
na in any form. I an. the position." he .fde certain, is going: to set tho clock But id no special
bock for .. coamtrabia thai Uapotsl i-e
Then Mr. Bevin turned to would not hesitate to stale hi;
atomic war. He said the hydrogen "hrw 'hat several years rhay
bomb was an even Bore I wer breaks ou\
prospect than omb, wen al the rls*t of being re-
but it did not change tied tor being wrong.
of the problems'. iVrt.-iinly we must b-j
I
of Mr, Churchill I call rorhli h- ':' weakneai
tat level talks with Moecow, Mr. "nuil pwve hand In hand
Bevin -aid: "but it is .. d In
business with a weapon like the ,u,!"i ***** ** United States.
atomic iHiinb to enter into commlt-
dess daylight n"d ^tleooa "those powerful
though not infallible solvents of
ing to show the ottk
what it i^ .
human dirlUi !'
rily on the ride of the
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to suppose thai
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considered by the y*
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Uey would increase ml
lessen tho danger.
Mr, Bevin ana i
had invited Unlv
venr a meeting ol the *
the Atlantie red in !
May 8th. At
AtlanUo Peel wo Ud be i
but before thai took p
would be m ie l> Fence
Tho Foreign Se<
ktton |
saving, it And th

,in WOI Id
m world togethei
potentiality of the weal I
and lasting peat
.ii
artlon that the
Conunittee
that they
hi the A Ihout any
details worked i lesponsi-
is," he said.
,
Strasbuui |
d that
Would ll.*V
thing he was suie Iliilain <-ould
It was virtually to
Keeuttvo bodj In Buropa that was
by Parliament, uhuli COUld by a
majority vote of a ami
it that the
i the tune would
the "fearful tomle
ITeetlvehjf In a i
that la to say in h
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rr-
strainl."
Mr Churchill added ">>f 11
the Unit- tock-
ptta and it edll be only ba
gradual itrtfrg
oiuld Ik built up in 'he
:i. n "
But even if Russia had only 50
atom bernba '.hoso
SO and fearful experiences for
beyond have ever
endured "
Mr. Churchill expressed his
earnest hope a 'he
Foreign Secret i \posl-
Uon of th> i illcy l
tin- Go"
tli.in anything Whlcli
II. \ i
... i (he
nt and in ,i
II al the Britten Ooi i
ment wa* lacking in aanl for she
whole r U ol
Europe.
Renler.
Pimples Go
Cause Killed in 3 Days
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Bl IMk*tem"u '
_sas, answer is "No." why
fcTr "" immediatelj taken to
ajab,7 "" ' inn
aw-T'1"1 Iho present per-
r- 'Xlr., ,lu,v. wh].
ZJ^waailJ perform whilst
^tannieni ,5 0i
Tapti" Coming For
Sugar Toda>
Steamship "Tspti" conslfaj1 10
Messrs. Ds Costa Co "<"
ft,*-*, oueauon reao. a. SSSH, iaV^^o, fo^r for
the Uniled Kln xil^S!?**' ""are ot the Usftlen re loa?>dwiUis"'r
aai .SS?**1 ""' moor^ ,n "" Cl**r3iP.iJTj
gSVfajnenl ,,,*, ,ub,Ul. lhe arrival ui
*;,'" m the price el this vessel. *"' ""jj^nd ct
WFl 1 tawards the end or
g, rj, u
" aware lhat sin.,11 Han.
May than in Novembei. th(,ir wives.
maBBI that the hour the
minute, and the second a I
,-made subdivisions of
lhe earths day, are no more re-
liable lor licking of! lime inan
ruler WOUl ;
leaglh.
The fluctuations are too *mall
o mailer to a house-wife tlmin,
an et, or even to a buv
10 bes,' a 10-seoond counl
., ,1 diflerence lo Ba
Klenlilt working; wtthll
lionlh-of-second limits. ,_....
To be really exact scienlials
.ill now have to Qualify such
glib .talrments a. "light 'fa,1'"
al 1M000 miles per second riy
nld.ng the date when I
roinent was made.
Finch (Ot "< four
aft, '
Mavatorx was lined out a
.up.-accurate timekeeper, called
, vslal clocks.
he noticed the clocks
mg slow one misty su-
lumn morning lie wondered whe-
Utsr their reliability hod been
med. Bu. when he
found them running fast in tne
spring he k,
earth must be at fault
Finch's chief. Aslron.,,,
,1 Sir Hsrold Spencer Jones, be-
lieves this rotation rhythm U due
STeeaeonal shifting, of
ihe polsr Icecaps aller-
. :t and freMe.
ilictation
In robots of Susie's type Berke-
ley smells an Immediate threat
through mass unemployment. In
laler, more intricate, device.
buM lo think logically and even
,, their makers, he fore-
sees Ihe possibility that man will
,-, dependent mentally
on hi. machines.
lie urges lhe setting up of as
international Robot Macnine Com-
mission before the human brain
is devalued loo far.
1 doubt the belief that a ma-
chine can be built with the hu
man ability 10 ]udga outside cir-
cimslances and act accordingly.
Hut scientists, probing the work-
ing, of the brain, are getting
strong evidence that even thr
most abstract of man's mental
activities imagination11 largely
Blow Them
Navy scientist, have at
..I a way of decontam-
.: lhe ships made radio-ac-
tive during the Bikini atom bomb
tests mc-e than three rears sgo
a mallei of eleetrlc ..
CI a e k wsteher Herbert
Frank Finch the man who
found out th.t a second in
Ms> is longer th.n a second
la November.
And the reason?
Berasue the earth iperhaga.
since il I. free of the Jewiag hy blasting them with a powerful
down Influence of. snow sad jet of wet sand,
lei suins fatter In the autumn
-nd slow, down again every Please Return
9''"' . ., After n ihree-month cliff-top
Psychiatrist Dr. Unford Rtw w.lch ,,. b^^ o, w.ijh
rhythm 11 due .'P"!"1 no ""nt '"' lb*"r' coast island where grey seal.
small men surxonsciously bnKl ,,!! J. L. Dsvles re-
compensate for their sire by extra p,,,, , aimom every seal-pup
bounce. (, bom ^i^n th, tide Is coming
I more small men did make up in.
' ^h ^^..lled temperamentally for their laik of Should active n*l* aosn pups
^"VhEil" nl. I T "t >'raHlt>Thei^^wPX
'"Z c^fAnd me BBC trans- *"* ' I""ou' <" '-ight lsck to mam.
3 a. lesss Ukeiy 10 wan- '"Meats. ,, Brai, , tj,
,., a'avebands They Think Ikiak." K'aapmaii aad llall,
-afclng on Research on robot brains is go- 31s.)
.. ..-..'lists' are planning an in- Ing ahead so rapidly th.t the
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Illaek Roc* with the land
tlanda\ containing 3 P" '
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Cadtln
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1-aht and Governi' W,
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For further particular
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itnmunism 5eemi to
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afi lender headed rStH XII and
in Ueii aun W* St.- P.UB XII.
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a in this
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Reeler
rhe ii. yon ea the B* ad* General Hosptiii t% Major T J.
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Kip Mr John
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Annual Inter-School
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Till-
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DIVISION l\
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Higb Jump Ml II

100

IHVlsiris ll
High Jump 5 fl 4
Long Jump: 18 ft
100 yards: 101 sees.
0| JICCS.
DIVISION III
Jump. 5 fl.
Long Jump
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t nUmmn h >i
-I fl) W K Atkinson, i I
f i Rj ii( li

Thr < Ih-cr: i .,
holdcn li i G < .r ptx ii <. J
o M Browne .1 I
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i(. Clarfct ut tin* Foundation
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Thr bermero will
be piiinr.i on Nik' Marshall
Kenrx
[in reton, Lordi k, i B
vICI
College lawn
DUtll >* ll 1--. I

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The Foundation School and the
Idge School h.i
I migh'
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lionsUk* Foundation School )

Compptitlon promises to U-
to bnr ;
pQOl
Vote For Nw *'I Archbishop
A Scotch
Hval.V.II Thompson
MUSKOGEE OKlohoma.
.rnhlr morning-
ongy Oklnnoma is not
Inf like what that musical
j coincn' to he- Haven t
I seen one Siirr> buaav
(nnm' Of without
is flashing
I elon* in my
I uuida. miles an hour
.
[ Ev navc
I .. | (,-, Iniekl instead of
! bPBBglHM
| And as for ihe Red [nouni
id Of dressing properl> in
j .eather.-i and warpaint, they wear
U io how much money
4) from p*ie 3
1 West Indies will bring joy to all
pla ai afall


iille and avtf-iPtKMlng ipirltual
strength
Those who belie vr thl
cuptar of Austin House in Geor [C
lowfl lives a life of tuxui
ease would be greatly surprise)
II they visited thl

lad by >
treat mill
Ihe whole day fol
irO, Yi'i. an al
n ad< .i
this sweetly lOfl yet aelive peace
is emblematic of the power and
i| a great faith. Arch
bishop Knight is truly
Mi.- has plans /or the E*0fl Bhlrwj Ma. France, the
Massachusetts nirl who had to give up her attempt on the English
August, is already training for
another attempt snc has a good
chance.
! is lefl from selling land lo the beloved, a man elect of men."
Yankee* -either hlue dungarees The life of the new Archbishop
is a record of cea i
g~\F COI'EHE. 1 could have ;ma *t'lf-s;irr.tice Well equipped
V/ laded v:< W Ol Oklahoma in*- ft* bjl high i.rtlre. he excels in the
cause ol last night. I arrived here management of others, and fol-
lOM and Ihirsty day's hj| power tot 'In
drive ihroiuch Arkansas, I Stale ^permanent uplirtmenl <>f all who
. for its bad roads, its floods come within his Jurisdiction. He
and General DoukUs MacArthur. \s u cri\, a
A minor dust storm had imagination is guided and con-
ihlrgt ami I diii noi trolled by reason and common-
fee] like siakin it with ' ri i There is m hlrn moral and
banana i had seen too much of ige rtrenejUi >!
the -stuii In Arkansas, having purpose, and exceptional agility
driven for some miles with the of mind and body Of Hi
laetppf up to the running jt mav he saj,i ffls strength is
board. i an the strength of io bacauaa Mi
"Something to drink'" asked n.
the waitress after she took my j ir---fl
dinner onto ** ita-yj re- A 9m^gSmt nil
ONL Y MUGS HA VE A BET
ON EVERY RACE
BY CUVE GRAHAM
SQUASH RACKETS CUP M.l ii III
match* I
i Wolf* -Noel Cup
men players and was won In the
Shown

Notn> Dame
Defeats
College 6-0
i I




i four
I

Ihwart ll opponents
..> kept Idle He tot hU
bout five minutes before the final
whistle
The '

on. Flarrou. Grant

ton
Browne
.
erts: Headle* Efa

(tout Cancelled
I YORK Man

ow night

hen iraln-


Rruter
For the oonUu, the

trill happily make plu>
with his th<
oches,
a (' Hi
The
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Some bai i

nut beai



Trainer. Bel Win Or Lone
I
backers
winner, but i

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the "H '
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itton

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The \\ either
l<> l>\*
sun gjaoai gji j in
Vis t. II |l III
Haaai ituii> agett I
i ightlni ii in ii m
ii H a.-, t ia urn i' :i
M m
* I >IIKH \\
Ralalall < aaVtaurteai) Nil
i dav: I Wi jm..
i< mix ratarc Maa H >
Teeaperalarc (Mia I : I i
l\ Ind Mil' UOBJ It am) I
I p in I by N.
Wind Veloellr: 19 miles per
bow
ll u MW 'ii' t I uii
i..... "' 111
tally, untaxad),
fhe> (io In For A System
Thirdl>. a syatam-
ilends Some of ihem belies
en from the time?
I
iking allowance)
1 goinc.

1 .
i

man I know
merchant
. -ii wood Crai
ok so H won i* SO
.
Baokmakeri in Bcvana
are ir. a
i -..I e rhey I
.
tage oi the chan
Lung.
Even met
l.'ieed ha\ le Lai
year one of then
home an (oj j weak
I eh he had backe*
i loi bumping.
nad luck with Ihe res
of US
I

ponderablt . '"'. ee
upaet ih,- most can ;
OlIpS.
I Was (liven \ Wad t>l Notes
A race ui France 10000 1- >;]-
v n inly to mind The
affair was "fixed" for oi.
lar horse to win. As a irutiUni
hick ana
to bet on the '
last moeaant
it appeals thai while the henna
were al the starting post one >
the jockeys made a r-lijft I
Lit the tin I friend ol
another i \ I argument
developed In which the other
By the tuna the ra
the treat money-making plan had
tieen forgotten, and in ihe furtoua
finish which ensued the "good

lure i>n Ihe stands tore
.f of tote-tlckata and
. i ailed that phi
i i\v of the

, ..... kfi
I
Uon is hardl
that the boras he has
I in the
if it wins, he i

piled. "A whisky and soda."
She could not have looked more
shocked if I hod ordered a pint
of her blood. This, she said, is a
drv State.
1HAD FORGOTTEN that Okla-
homa is one of the two States
which still have not repealed pro-
hibition Perhaps I could be for-
given, for in the local evening
newspaper I had seen two half-
page advertisements for whisky
And I need hardly add that
Oklahoma has been no more
successful than any other Gov-
ernment in legislation that
every morning shall be beauti-
ful and free from hangovers.
Prohibitionists are worried. So
are the bootleggers, chief benefl-
the present la*
champion Of liberty
has just arrived on the Okla-
. ind 1 man. who


H,\ni>somf. red-haired ind
4 I the Rev
|ar, of Oklahoma
n by an-
nounclng himself as a candidate
fm MM Of the State's
In the U S Sennte.
,.,;.!, I-" id'
enough of a sensation .s a min-
Ollly has he attacked
prohibition, but he hold.- billiards
and Btdtua ind bridge
tournaments in hi- pai
them"The
with enter-
mlfon of the
His
excuse f<
orii t
the
Minim i*
'-y-'ilt PLATfOEM i which Mr
I -. under will nil
eeret Bat one plank -inmises to
cauaa as much of a rui ">us as his
"wet" can,;
Undoubtedly he wi'l call for
better treatment of N
Spectacular indeed Is he cam-
paign Mr Alexander is planning
Fusl he will flv round the Stale.
i Secondly,
in- i h. f campaign sup;
be Roy Rogers, th......
s#aya aria mpoaalhli
light In those cowboy
hlms
Also present will be the famous
Rogers steed. Trigger
JUST in ease Mr. Alexander
wins the piofessionals are all
ready to go to work on him. Their
ace In the whole strange campaign
thr no* WilHan Alexander
used to b* a compere in n night
Hit.
YOU
WILL
NEED
THESE "
FOR
THE
(Z'tJX&L
When, more frequently, >' loses--
well, than ire unapeaei
Hut. alaa, mcfa aaeuaaa do not
help to pay the rent
In the "*' Bve
ttcant parcenfaga of rai Inj
ier puntati have
"'in belting.
' i bad the misfor-
tune to enjoy novlcs/l luck. Natur-
began to think that theg
had found a sure wa\
and plant) of it.
Too Man> Al Short Odds
n more than one winner In three
races, say the bookies. Too man>
, 'dinous
poUc).
ig months
to pick your races with care. Only
expect to win all the t
I I |
mons have always been inspiring.
His virulent condemnation of
Marxian Communism will never
be forgotten 'the ihr-mt is
real and serious . ire s(ond lo-
da\f in peru grave da'ifler. and if
toe ore ro survive Ue >nusl act
toilh reaol
i Iter, he is likewise very
forceful, and an example was his
Monthly Message in the Dtocesati
"f July, 1947. when he
!if time had come
for the State to find a remedy for
the growing evil of divorce or. as
an alternative, face the .erlain
dissolution of civilized society.
"The increase in div,
eedings in almost every country
0 alarming in recent
years," he wrote, "that Oovora-
menta nave been forced
as a major SOcJal prob-
lem and even among people who
do not belong to the Church there
is a growing fear that the whole
ire and stabUil
nigcr of hem-; undeinuiu-d." J
Cefltac And GUliani
Dran Boxing Vlalth
NEW JERSEY. March 28,
Argentine Heavyweight Abel
aw y/lth Bill
GlUlam of Mn
ne favourite
but he ,!U..in
winning the Id
draw even The n 6 roc gave each \'
boxer five rounds.
Keuter
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