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I'\.l IK.He BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1M1 Governor's Allowance Increased pp said that < • . . would not be out ol pUceto send A |lh „„. fiovemmenl lh • tram %  -* i. they hocl ucon asked to 00. Th*j another Anvbo.lv >vmild do shculd also bear in mind the arguUmil a. ho know the alphabet or mrnit. ol the Introducer .1 lh TOUM Jln hit namo. or at loatt Resolution as well an tha MIHII hu i. r JL ,. ,. w ,-ant .Hone* ol the member who "'-.ft"*" ,"SJ h ,'. l |.^. "" %  Government, ^ocond^l It. %  official came to the island as ; As far as he was cono CVeahh Pky Brwn Crfckel i BYI i m Commonwealth in holiday mood for the iwo Tournament Opens Today 9 fr'rwn ri. 1 I iMrni yesterday that Mason •lay because It had been Hid thai the colony could not near more taxation and then : assumed that although, int.. days match against n strong and Crick the two pace bowline iniBht ha,ye | UMhdataa from St. Vlneer.t and Cnveim.r h.was "o fool the ***" !*"> ,h * %  • ol h Adv hich oen.n here today. St Lucia reapectively will BO) now ,-crncd, he Mf Dted th. -.ppoint minislralion Winning; Ihe toss, they sent in come to Barbartcs. It is obvious had noihins analnM the Head of • certain m, ht no < navc *" """"""i to ;hp h(imf sll | e to bat on an easy thai with almost a < %  • were no, rc „ K1 lvlh|llIirs l0V(1 ,., ,, ... c.htr •£" %  *! ***"?. K" •"•* P ,uh ;,nd !" l to refer to him in derate, bui i passing, the Head of The Admin 1straiion appeared to b • a very diarmlng man. and attractive personal]!.. %  salary and othe at tarried 10 it Bid ihat they :' .i that ho should try to make a hem* asked to Increiwtt-. pleasant as possible whilsi in the w h lc fc would maun .1 burden on '-' t.oven.n island That did not mean that the taxpayer* •** they were going to saddle the taxOut of the $372 thev ntow voted, H nourabla J" 1 iay*r with any blinsM IfMetl tfcaji lighting wan paid for ItM Ow *•' Thomas, might consider lo be unnecessary, nor"* Office. Privata S<< siwrrty because they might happe:. Office, reception 100ms and ordcil. Member could %  night happr:> Office, reception 1 ftom In other words the oceupait of Government Bouat Ml Remuneration to pay for the lighting (or t*i The (.ucstion ol remuneration rooms < ccupied piv.it. ly by h acassM enough Umt between 0* At tea when play ended and tho time the Woi Indies had made 278 for mmSc'n 1 lattva fOl Jamaica for iM four wickets them lo appear here 111 a match __ to fall were due mainly to Pne of any *ertotttntm ,' m bowling b SapinDar. 1 h^been informed that it 0 ma nay with ti-n* wai recommended to the Board for 4S assd his county colleague th-; they bo sent to Jamaica inpace bowler Fieii Rtd j aw o y took latad i>ut this has not been H. SuTthM Ui.l HonouI.pl. '' ' %  •• Sonny H.madhl„. aerepted on the n,und that U West Indies spin bowler took 1 (,,, 1] —KVulrr Oj have been more tar me Governor tad lo be viewself and famd. Di 1 not all 01 ed in the light of how much they them have to do tnatT why -pent on that particular post and shou'd the vote b Increased > higher officials of the cover lighting for his private use' rong then la have iiated nomeIhal "the Giivtiimci,: was d'.init TOetbJnf wreng to civil s< nranta" Mr Mapp (L lri that he had iot given such an Impn Mr Adnma nid that the Honble Junior Member for S*. Table Tennis Honours Divided wculd cost too much. 1 shall go into this matter more fully Jew days' lime Meanwhile every sports f. hoping for go.xl weather today, good cricket and a win for tho l.'.i team T1IR large crowd, representing both sexes, tliat attended the Inter. %  %  y-. g^ Government" Rijht now. th* As regaroTs one of the o, e Th. mas had said that Uure was ^ ff.!fc2*X M RllUX *""** W C f had a Governor, a Colonial Secreitems In connect on with wa\ • dirutiifartton In the Inwerank*. *1 !" "11 aiiiv^ .VH W tary, 3 Assistant Colonial Secrefor domestic staff, he could 10 ]f that member were not accustaiics, 4 Assistant Secretaries and agree that they should tlnd money tomed speaking arltbout Ulinklng, Ofttce Superintendent and every year for paying the Mir|,c would not have inude such a vanta at Government House w.th statement. the Gov Excrpl on Bun*>. AdmloloM I,Chlldirii Half SYlce Purll*. ol School Childron acrn.11.1n.1nl by their Ti-hn, *lll b MtniltWd %  SBKUI a-l-t. MrnvlHr. ol lh >A *• I bf .Mlmitird -I hall pi Kv jn prthoae omcials might be regarded ;mcipal officials in the AOttnlnlgti What was important he said, %  1 :)\ the number of high Ihej hud. but the t<. the colony %  nl eov..! not ex. sive. by all means there should ne Increaaaa, but he could not are whv in a small colony like Barbados there was need for all ,s MI. n, he bad prcvlously marie mention, and one wondered what work could lie found for them U, do. Mr. Adam. (L) said that the the staff, honourable member knew that H H no Match In Draw VICTORIA. Feb. 20. The M (' C. dismissed Victorian Ccintry Districts for 7 and reith 134 for no wicket today tch here. i ' '"""-.!' to *00 a month and he aaw no menI na6 ^ n to he | ower reason lo Increase the salary by r[ tnr c-avil service firs: and had paying >< of the wages which tncn nie d to the (Joveriun were to be paid to his servants. There was no reason for the relic therefore moved that Item 7 rrarks marie by Mag Honourable (a) Domestic Staff be amended to Member in connection with tnc ren-i *960 instead of $2,652 as thit ClV|l Service, was more than enough to cover the proposed Increase a wag*-'* %  *' Devaluation Irrelevant Mr. Adams said thai devnlunmoved that item II tl ^ n w ;.* alisolu'ely nothing to do they could nut reflect on a preUjhHng. heat and tuel for vious vote The legislature had **B2 was asked to be voted passed a r.-ornanising order for < !" 20 the purchase of a those post* which were in existmotor car lor which there was IN.. token vote of SI be deleted Mr (ranraid said that he was was sorry that he would have to referrinu to them i.. make his le.ive on account of a next pressing point Wh.it the.v hiid to bear in tngflgement before the actual votmlnd was the total cost of those mg was recorded but he wanted to lo the colony. Thai * %  m,ike It perfectly dear that he wan entitled to keep before their only supporting the amount WtUCb mind's eye how much they nctualwould permit increased wages to led on those high oil,he paid to the stuff. Aa far as ha k. the only colony which did not have a rest house for the Oo v arnor, but yet was keeping clal*. and he referred to purely in passing. Although the resolution did not set out directly ihat thev incre.isinn the emoluments o| the Head of the Administration, yet It would be noticed that before, he used to p,i\ his servants 0111 of hiown salary, but now they wore assuming the burden and he was contributing a small percen salary. Govern men I llmise N'ol nlfht aaw R. Alleyne and W. Ramsay win three games each. %  1 tv against the Aqu-itic Club while Ramsay represented Pox against Evcrton. l. ; nun School. wh< by six ...IN ESr1 Tin;/"";;.! VACSSK "65 ;hVeV-oV\heCoun,ry Eleven wM tkntmm In %  brisk dtt ptay batted The folfowlng nnw will lx through ;i heavy shower to reach played tonight Fox Vg AquatK fiQ HI 33 minutes. But u lew and Foundation t Banifl from B minutes later ram lauied Iho o'clock. Y.M.C.A.. vs Malvern and Komo to lie abandoned— Beuter. y M.PJC. vs l^nville from 7.30 Arrangements, are being maoi -. _, f. to hold ..11 exhibltloil betwn [ usiluT8 BoaU'lI .Vl Ralph LagaU, Trinidad s act, and II Butler against local players on T ,, E Regiment defeated a team lock. Q # tnc Hnyal InniskilUnga 5—1 yesterday in a football match which was played at the Garrison. The game was slow and the Hegii.unt dlw first blood about It) _. minutes after play in the first eathalf had started. the Government in the way that ^ hv on B e rom t h r Barbados J. Parrta kicked in Iwo goals fm no member of the Opposlion hid Rp-tment on Monday in a small Ihe Regiment while %  JJ !" ^' ever done Such a speech was „,„.,. n n,. match ..t the Miniature Rowe and R. Phillips netted one D ---putting it in the lianas of the RfllllI( _. at the Drill Hall. The each I. Taggart at cemre iarBarbadoa ^, k „ trf ,„ ..„ hal M „ nt ..„,„,, ZZZZ ,. „.„ ,„i.witii. au ots.. ward scored the only goal for the viafton *hich and ith the matter. Devaluat no devaluation, he "aid. the (I ew ernor would have been left to be FtKli(V m gni a t 8 de.ilt with after the other civil servants, the same way as he hail been then. The Honourable Member. Mr Adams said, when he made .1 ipeech of that sort, was damaging REGIMENT WINS SHOOTINCs MATCH I the BAND CONCEIT By kind permission of the Commissioner of Police THE rOLICE BAND will give a CONCERT at HASTINGS KIMKS on Friday. Feby 2Jrd at • i> in In aid of St Laurence Child Health Centre ADM1HSION ::: Me -, -,*, v, -.0 '/,y//////////*v.' i:"UI BARBADOS VAdlT CUB \OTlM Members are invited to atj tend a MovlO I'nluru Showentitled 'Enchanted Ulea" le.iim ing scenes taken in the | South Sea Islands, to be staged or: Friday 23rd February. ItSI. beginning at 6 la p m by Mr Charles Allmon. who has been taking colour films of the Island for the National Geographic Society. By order of. The Committee of Management, T. Bruce Lewis, Managei 0** ft* ,l> A variety of these pretty Fashionable and useful Items made In Jamaica and guaranteed) to make you look smart. Gave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, 11, 12, & 13 Broad Street A TEAM ol tight lnniskilllng Fusilier other side to say that one ol '"their acorer. own men" had said that the GovRcgi emment was faulty in that respect. "A line speech fog the Op ere InniskilUnga 328 pts. %  nl 391 pt" strong check on his activities ant ,,„.„„>„•'. Mr Adams ;-aid. .-.-soctatlcn. He said that they might have followed In the past with better jusllllcalion tne steps taken bv other colonies to provi l. I>H equisite* for their Governor than the Jtepn ll.ey were then asked lo. Mr Mapp iL) *aid that one oj fortunate things 1.1 the pie O^^S>COQ->OJWUUI OOO< ^ 1 < BO>o< uiJ i B i Bnnnnn o-cy l Private mentation of the resolution dealing It eras not merely to sa> that v/lth the Governor wan that they borause other colon}es were doing had brought It down when the eorialn thinws that they were t follow' Thhonourable junii Hou*e was not considering Estimates for the volume of the Civil Service Muit Another Civil Servant" He (clt that the time has when they should have ap ated what the Leader of House har* told them — that mender for St. James began bv aaylng that his party realised now that Government Mouse was not a private place and the expenses should be borne by the State if they did not realise that bef< they must have Iwen sleeping The ran that when his iMiri-, 1 an the Governor was Just another Th this country for years, they rer v servant. Constitutionally, he fused lo give to the Governor of ,d we Governor had the power Barbados the emoluments which to veto, and therefore, he might certain other colonies had given hove been in a different position because, in their opinion, thev did Horn the other civil servants. He not think tlml thev should "have felt that it was the Government's BgaM given ..tunide to treat the Gov> If tlu'> wvra limning the eounthat light, ti v now. this Resolution would not He agreed with Ihe Gtvornor have been before the House for that he Job of a governor w-is no ihe s mple reason that thoy might mean office. But, he however felt feel that the people of the colony that Barbados Wtat very near tlv would regard It as a special effort position when he (the Governor) by them to carry favour with the would simply be looked at as a Head of the Administration and civil servant. they would not have been so bold Mr. Mapp said that the House as to introduce it. Now they were should not have considered the supporting iL because they did Governor's emoluments separatenot want to he outdone, in tho i y from those of the other civil eyes of ihe t.ovemor. by the party •ervantit In office. He ald n a wilh lhc devaluaAs recently as when S r Grattan i l0n of the pound, the Governor'". 11 '' ^*.V ov,raoff J ,h \ h ," : ""' 1 ggfloliamtiiti Ud tMOn tfssrntrtdotH Mr. Adams replying to th curable Junor Member for St. Philip, .sod that he clscae Ihat day to snare at the members of the Do U 1 Association for support. Ing the Government. That member had forgotten that he was the only member nt the Hcuse to suggest thai the Governmen: ."hould have sent down a Resolution to buy a BM 1 fumish it for the Governor, and ha tnid Itait In the midst of thi war. 31M '-iiposltlon had stated that although they had not intended to go the whole iray with the sum asked for, the.v were prepared tc support the prmeiple of the reaolU' he Hon. He wanted to ttuink then for taking the matter In that light YOU I I" it toII UMII ]< % %  nd niber* on his left, wh tn In control of lh# E\eculive. were asked lo give him a ear. but refused lo do so The.v only gave a policeman to act a.* £"&?-aSTJSLnUsft. w „r d T d T, n :' STrS miwl HOUM was public proper" ho dUI "•" "•"• %  !" ty and not th; Oovernor'g. He believed that the>; were imply cut. and so it was with every i.vll servant. He was waiting to see what wculd be the Governpolicy with civil servants when the time came around. There was no IIMII nor woman alary, he said, whether hi she was at the top or bottom. be was." did not want the Governor to feel ihat thev were going to be outdone by the member-, on his right even although there might remain in their minds the fact that they gaara placing an additional and unnjocaasary burden on the Stale. He .aid that when they were considering the Governor, they .thouId consider everybody else He .>.. noptnf that the Governor uld arrange mattoA at GovernHe noti.-P,| that the introducer m !" 1 Hou p so that part of the had not tain trotted out th • tIa lhal lnev wcrc proposing tn argument ih.it they had to pav a >n v n *h! become civil servants, high Klary In order tn attract'the "State-paid Servants" righl type of man. The position He did not like the idea of pass soon would be that the Govi-inoi ing thai money and leaving i( lo would be more or less a rubber the Head or the Administration to stamp and real power would lie in pay the wages that he liked "Let the hand* of the elected represenihe servants that are required t the people. This would iun Government House be state be as f -hould M Borne years paid", he said. "Get a housekeeper ago there was a Govcmcr her., n charge of the servnnts" After who was both deaf and dumb doing that, he said. members with raapoosabla government, it would be less able to say tha* What's on To-day Court of Appeal and Petty Debt Court*—18.Oil a m HIM Trinidad Barbados Tcurnament arena Kensinilon Oval—II 30 a m M. 1 1 Board of Hralth— UH p m. %  %  %  % %  %  Band ilvea eonrert at St Lucy'. Almahouse — 4 30 p tn Mobile Cinema gives show at Prospeei PlanlaUuu Yard. St Prtrr— 1 30 p m $105.80 IN'CLVDES B.W.I.A. round trip tare, %  even nights ;it the luxurious Sanla Maria Hotel. Daily transportation to Grand Anse Beach. Coll BWIA lor detoill a* I ipetiol rofei lor childr" and even cheopsr oil inchifive tours W> • M Iht G'ond Hotfl. %  —" BWIA BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS IlKIIKiFTOWN RED IIAMt l \I\TS WILKYNSON FOR ALL PURPOSES "MATINTO" FLAT PAINT in Cream and Green. Ft>r interior deeorallon ol Walls, Ceilings and Woodwork. 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WF.DNEM.W. rrBKl \kV 1, IM1 BARHADUS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE British Manufacturers Are Anxious To Be On Cordial Terms With West Indies Uaibados lias alwaya been a very good market fur HIP Unitxi Kinydom and British manufacturers ore very us to maintain their cordial relationships Mr. A. R. .ted Kingdom Trade Commissioner in .. EUM with headquarters in Trinidad told the AdvcMxic vesterday. Mr. Starck is in Barbados on one of his usual visits to renew .-on tarts with various business nouses, to look into commercial conditions generally and to see what he Can do to help local traders in their desire to buy goods from the United Kingdom He said that in the last few months, it had become increasingly difficult to get supplies from •M: snr OVI:JI-.%XI t .V SIIOI I it /?;,,.. /Aava r mrtt ligNM 1 . %  %  % . UAH. AS IIKUl-l "£"% „ ?* I ill Fight Govt \THE D£WEY LINE .. Mh —, %  > 1 UOU t POY Enginec-rs BqMSf TnUfpiili-fViphisaj' By Thursday Engineers working on the damaged boiler of the Coplasay. which still occupies her btrti' Britain because of the call for reulungside thiPier Head, are pusharmament. In certain instances. log ahead to complete repairs by raw materials were almost unobThtirsjday. tamable by British manufacturers tin Bodden told the because of stock piling In various Advocate yesterday that h had parts of the world. That had had high hopes of the Royal hintsthe effect of forcing the prices of killing KUHIKTS leaving by his raw materials and of course, had ship for St. Lucia on Thursday, been reflected in the cost of the They mipht however have to spend manufactured articles. another day or two in Barbados, he in the case of Britain, it was a said. fuel that the increase in the cost The blown boiler tubes, which of manufactured goods exported. caused the delay at Barbados, have was very much below the prices been taken out and new one* are which the United Kingdom manulo replace them. The engineers facturers had Jo pay for importhad no difficulty in getting the mg raw materials. The British tubes as they had brought along manufacturer was fully conscious some with them on the ship. of the competition he would have For the past throe days when the io meet in the future and it was tubes were blown, the Cap-nsay not his desire to force up prices, had to depend on shore batteries but to maintain them at the lowfor electricity. No current could Mt possible level be got from the ship's batteries with the boiler not working Hemove Restrictions After a shorl slay tn St. Lucia. On the question of the dollar the Ceplnsay will take the Fusiliberalisation Plan, he said that Han back to Jamaica where thev it was a fact thai both Canada will be stationed until leaving for and the United States had shown England sometime in March. full understanding of the difnculThe Caplnsay will then resume ties which had faced Great Brither normal duties as a troop and sin and the rest of the sterling cargo transport for the Royal area during the past few years. A Army Service Corps of Jamaica, responsible people in North Her crew of 18 are fmm the America had done their best to Cayman Islands and .Jamaica, face the situation, and had not They nre civil employees of the been critical of the drastic steps War Department, attached tu thwhich It was necessary to take in R A s C. Few .pf than are exorder to conserve dollars. It was servicemen. therefore a matter of great satisTaking a tour with them is faction io responsible *^VJ BOGOTA. Feo. 20 D BMiun -_....... About JOO Communist mayor PUNQ THt HAINY ,.„ |, „ g^,,,, utovllKc h-vi ^^ rj been verv hard an t* ratal ilv w. but I .mu i* out xjid that whe t ? hV r Ur to JTJl t *£>, h lowb w Mwist Mayors ol~.ev.ral town, lat he would J to R€xr provmoe Mayor have decided to organise mass Labour been very hard on the taken to tight -Government inM vendors. The major, tlmidation" in Italy's 3.g*M Cotnrfreed to remain at home mu nt-hM munie.psmie* who braved the weather The a u rTfr e hl 0*am cently instiluted legal proceedings eta prefer a Hm budget 'il.'-''. '. hot tea hard hit. On h" bought 200 ,Cvtin a • nd "iob*l.sc pc-i.:i. ; .. %  and lacZ) r'-i"''i?**"• aMUrl BBS*. mv.i.nr. cart. Only a lew children asked respected. lor ar. refused to la lion caused over 200 holes take sanction* against municipal cf rtpe cane* to be destroyed and employees who Joined strikes u, tan a ged a cart road Potato protest against General risencrop* and a part of the wall above hower's visit to Italy a lew weeks St Matthew's Church were also ago— Heater. damaged AFRICA s, *< I raiicti \ < UIIH in! May llr Reshuffled MADRID. Fcb M I (leneral Franco may reshuffle) OOVERNOB THOMAS DEWET. lant Republican candidate for U S. PrMjgcaL wsats a un* drawn round tho world-a* a warning to Bust*. If the Soviet Union steps over that Una to make war. than ihs U B-. ba says, should daclara wai on UM Kremlin too. Dswoy. in a %  poach in New York, nut Britain and all tg." AUanUc Tact allies behind the hno. With them bo placed Oreoce. Turkey, Yugoslavia, Forsla. and the Monism world from Egypt to India. Ifere For Erection Of Barclays New Premises *yE SALVATION ARMY will hold the quarterly Song Service on Thursday night at S o'clock at the Reed Street Hall. This service Is being held in connection with Weekly Holiness Meeting The songsters of the P^nSl*'. Q.n-iL r-J !" iJ!^Si Minisler Fernando Maria Camilla. YosX^OrorrwiU C be n uSd" S **•<* ^i'" Sa?~S tho progTanunc in London, usually reliable sources Barbaduin SalvattonisU are ** M "*" today looking forward to their Annual Thwe was also a suggestion that Divisional Congress which, this Franco's elder brother Nicolas, year, will be held in Bridgetown present Ambassador In Lisbon. %  from February 2?th to Ma-ch 3rd. might become Inspector of EmLt Colonel Chas. Dodd. new bossies with headquarters In Chief Snretary of the Central London —Seuler. America and West Indies TerriP.OS. GETS N£W FIRE ENGINE PORT-OF-SPAIN. Feb 1* A new Are engine for the Portf-Spain Brigade arrived in the tory. will be in charge of the Congress Mrs Dodd will accomMr. W. H. Watkins. senior partner of Measrs. Watkm.-, & SalvaUunisu will welcome Lt. Partners, Architects of London and the West Indies, his Co,0, "'l and Mrs Dodd ai a special son Mr Norman Walk.ns. partner of the Hrm and Mr R. Sggfc ££fSSL%£* JVaser Reek.e, resident partner ... tlu, West lnd.es with <£ Sunu^v. Mir?hT^I public headquarters in Trinidad, are mm in Barbados in connecwelcome will be given to th.tion with the erection of the new premises for Messrs Barvt ll " m the Bethel MethcKiist K ,J )" n> ; ,rnm %  ^' %  .' %  n' 1 on Tucaday cUy,wh,c h,hey hope ,., bjgin In lh* near fu.ure. %£*& '^ A JSSS ? S. TU hT ££ They anived on Monduv by Rovce engine and can pump water B.W I A from Tnntdad and nre \41I.TON HOP* of Foster Hall, nt the rale of 1,000 gallona staying at the Enmorv Hotel lTA St Joseph w:i| treated by minute Mr Keekie said that the new Dr. Johnson. P.M.O. Si Joseph The vehicle alto carries a building would bo a steel frame yesterday and sent home after he Mobile Rescue Escape. II is the three-sl working ... the service pleased than the people in Britain This mgfioriss wa.; SuShed t ir rond, a n r d we "^ Arthur of Eighth Avenue, New and. especially, on the Cepta-y. that I. had been possible to relax J$L n n^RJ^ ^2 tttiS? *.$?* *?U 00 J r V Ortf.ni. gav,birth to 11 sucklings At the They find the conditions of tho the very severe restrictions which ecor o.K.satisfactory neither too had been in force. JffiVfi W P too hard. -Competition is a healthy thing captain Boduen said that ho at all times" Mr. Starck said and p d n V thought tho reception given the no one wanted controls for the shark T officers and company of the Fusil*ake of having them. It was hoped iers and also the m e mb ers of hi. that it would be possible in due eruBr ship since they were here was the course to remove reslriction* enbest ihc> fat throughout the torn tirely He was much impressed with As he saw things at the ir-arcnt, j the ''clean loofcof the harbour he was afraid that controls nd the surroundings which, in his ^ m e form were going to be with weight "of 7 'cra'mmea priced them for a long time. Neverthe2.ST tents U S.. per unit f.o.b slight modification tacks for coconuts to be supply would bring about competition by the buyer which, it was hoped, would be of the hilly district. --pinion, was 100 per eont beUer m lhan what he found at Trinidad or \ tta Jamuica. Stole Cocoanut8 SENTENCE of Ihrw huildlliK Would DP "M'.ti'.t in two paru so lhat the hunncM of the bank would not IK' mtmuulwl. piwcrn Iinw ihe com-n^y hopo „ ,„ .„,, „„. „,,_ a pos.uon to l „., „,, lh ,u, ,A ih. promt rs nvlni S.0M internmlt a<, first Tenders tor the tionl unit, of vitamin A par work „.,.„ ,„ ,„ r „„„,„ „, "'r;' ot '' v r ; ' >'<' ' pantlon and would I..ubn.illed *571 U.S.. per ion fob., and dried w .vt mmith after which It wa* h.rk fins at W.288 US pe, ton ^"1£* eSSlnJlton 'US o.b. Il can also export ducoittbegin ated coconuts of an average M. Watkins. Snr.. said that he wn< In H.i i..i.i.. in 1943—44 in connection with the then proposed new Hospital site suggested al Waterford nnd approver! of by Kupert llnerrliflr and other the molH.il pn>On Monday night This is a recoct lor the pig All the young ones are alive and look very strong. E VELYN CADOGAN was taken to the General Hospital in an unconscious condition after falling from a bicycle along Peterkins land yesterday %  welling Cadogan was detained. 950pm —PIERRE Case 0/ Taking Stolen n.Hl—S*! ^=3 *: c c £lr:^ .nee IliBh fare, IS TSmo ?ilT"^ -S-H^iK '"*"*' h "" Wh " "' "" 1,,,ml %  'nrgina Alia,. Hobmson of BritAsk,^ aaaba. hart a n.hl„ ^i.tK?' %  w ulcl '"" "" m nv "' h %  ">'• "Si. St Michael, with reloUv^.S"rec^r.Tn ,h. SSSSZ !" S"""in., k — K "" %  '"" '" *W1loo with varieaMuf CS I/J worth of rtolen k said lhat it was a matter demand. fined 25'For Driving With Faulty Brakes His Worship Mr. A. J. H. Han. .'i.ll. Senior Police Magi-lrate of District "A" Coon lined Winston Howard of ti.dl Hill. St John, yesterday 15/for driving the motor lorry J 274 with inefllcleut brakes on January (a. The fine Is to be paid in 14 dayi or In default one month'] imprisonment with hard labour. Sgl. Foede prosecuted for the Police from information received ihs and copra fined £2 for Pricing Goods Too Highly OeCsthnd, St. Michael Starck said that it was a matter by His Worship Mr. II. A. Talma which was causing concern in ill! lol.ee MiiKutnite of District %  'A parts of the West Indies and the yesterday. United Kingdom. nram found guiltyo( the So far as freight was concerned, i*?? c !" .nuts valued at IIthe position was nol very serious, end the property of Colin Cheesealthough it was far short of being man or I-.nds t.nds. St. Michael perfect, but there was a lot which -a!" „............, wa~"on January 22 ought to be done to satisfy the " ' Kul Farouk and lo Premier %  J" Cohn cheeseuuut said that on demand for passenger traffic The N ahas Pasha to grant womet• %  January 22. while he was walklne big diffleully ai he saw It. was Ihe 'Wit to vot Women Should Vote Egypu S ur.^ta R Sd.y%p^l%  had many buildings in the course vesterday The goods were IdenTHUBA MARAJ. a merchant Of cevcuon and added that the lifted as the properly of Watkins of Swan Street, was fined £2 by foundation stcne for the new Co.. Ltd of Roebuck Street, Mr. R. A. McLeod yesterday for hospital at San Eernando was and the offence was alleged to offering goods for sale above the laid by the Governor. Sir Hubert have been committed sometime schedule price. Ranee, on Thursday That hospibetween Angmt 4 and October 14. He offered a quantity of cloth tal was estimated to cost approxiMr H 1Ward appeared on the control price of which was behalf of Robinson. fixed at .47 per yard, at $3.23 %  —Retile, early in After hearing the evident* the bugle witness for the prooeTheir firm had much business X^OS ^.t^" Bf^V wt I-...Ji.uiw--. h '' 1 '"ere was not sufficient evidence lo convict the defendant of per yard •v Capt. Evanprosecuted. The offence was committed on Decenicoftvigtlona for various islands in the West Indies and an the way out from England, they first called at Kingston. Jamaica, where they had office* in connection with many buildings they had designed lliVIV They al--. \ Kited Itrih.h Guiana where they had also designed a He hoped however. Mum ber of iHilldings Including Like the people of Barbados, he as very disappointed thai the tin had interfered with the cricket and wan particularly sorry Imprisoned For False Pretences AFTER being found guilty come up to expactati Australians. round his ground he saw Farreh high cost of ship building, and in one of his coeoanut trees, unless fares were set at an ex-raiieu on seeing him came dowr tremely high ilgure or some form and sjin with eight cocoanuts In of subsidisation was given, there his hanci. He ran after him and was not much inducement for later reported the matter to the owners to lay down new passenr Rer vesselB JX" l B J| ',,> F B "vll was He was very pleased to hear thai he would not be here'to see f'lrfJT .K r, M Constable that the sugar crop of Barbados the games s .ViU!fV wii i, ._ was cstima,e d to be a record one that the selectors would make B i^Vrs" Bnokera tencea. nuld be returning to England Both offences were committed %  B (JolHto on December 2B MAIL NOTICES Malta lor Dominica. Antigua Unnlwr ml Ntvii, St Kllla by lh* M V Car* lt* will ba cloard al Ilia Oanetal Poa llca vndar: — PMC.1 Mall at 10 am R-Ular*d a.n "Ui"iv Malla al III! p.ra.. ,m In* Ui. r-hruary IMI SI alia '..i Lucia. st Every normal skin needs THESE 2 CREAMS IMBca aa uiular Ifcrl Mall al IS am.. Hfa--i*-im Ail-,..,. 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/ PACK font 11AHBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. FF.BRIARV 21, 151 BARBADOS &# AW'OGttE tr.. 1— f -1 PltaW* hi la* •< \YM.ncvil;<>. I rlnu.it> 21. 1951 MM I. I OSS WITH the unusual and heavy rains during the last two weeks, there has been much flooding and m some instances conrideral place in many Some years ago the Government in an attempt to reduce unemployment in this island, allotted funds for the planting of at Haggatts and along the Eastern Coast. TbJi : t pnvtnttng soil n and ',1K other is contour cultivation as tO ated by Mr. Holcrow former Deputy Director of Agriculture. It has bfl ;•' practised in some districts. In an island, almost purely agricultural. i i v effort be made to prevent soil erosion. During the last few days the heavy ratal washed away several acres of canes and other crops but it Is noticeable that in those areas where contour cultivation had been practised the loss was considerably less than in others, therefore necessary that the type of cultivation which would prevent erosion should be encouraged throughout the island wherever there is sloping land. At Mt. WUtOfl plantation, an area where erosion is common, it has been proved that where Ireli.ivr been planted erosion has been stopped This method has proved successful in places where the SIOJK.' in the land illy sleep In ntdel placet COtltOUT cultivation call do much to conserve the top soil. It would be well for cultivators of Urge and small plots to remember that the Department of Agriculture is maintained for disseminating information on such things as the agriculturists need and the officers of that Department are always ready and willing to be of service to them. Such advice and guidance should not only be sought in times of stress or unusual happenings as at present. The prevention of soil erosion is a matter which vitally affects the economy of thousands of people. It was pointed out in a public lecture %  lew years ago that the %  now i i.i damage dona by soil erosion is not fully i hi %  oma time has alaparrl %VIM- Mrik-s Fwlal I p... W hi -n MHW He siiumns Fall I lit Are Si;iliii s Men Shamming? SffTON DELMER HOME. HBRB in Rome I have been •*.,,„„ listening tu the anxious ijlk <*f u i HM Intelligence men puzzling over '.'sM.T'" '"'" '" """ %  nd bn "' r ,h % % %  % %  •Arc they .hamming? Are the "•"" %  -P Communists deliberately pulli *t They told me; 'Wo have many i;Up sympathisers who are !... %  -' I in the p.iri. Wl in in touch %  vlth them, despite the Communist secret police." • Yes, I am convinced that unless Soviet troops actually set foot on the soil of Italy or France, their punches to lead us into an £„*?,*"^ .£T£ !" K^l "**' '"'' oul ""> klnd ' mM under-ratimation of their strength? "*"^""^IJS'."" ^2 "•">* b > '" CommunHU and Or.relhey nnl.hrta, n revolu"". !" ; !" '"^-^ l !" 'f h f ,c their followers or the general tlonary force? Can w. dismiss th. "ViTnt^elSfi. ?K ?„ ,I """'' lmM •" l"''n* " Red Fifth Column us a bofcy?" J8F'JZS£$ '*?' "'" p n "; count,, I heard the bewildered '" *,j^ pl ""S,,., v '" n g— ""'! B"' •"> etumlly certain that talk in Korea six months ago. '""'"<"", ^ E 53" '"' """%  Politburo and Its when vast stores of ammunition l'""'^ V^' *_ r '"* J*!" !" '**"" in the Cominform have were stacked — unguarded — '""l* *'#• P 1 ."*?. "' • 1 *>'* r >' realised llua. They have adapted lataMaaatant octroi tanks nl 2 H """'"v shells. 17 mortars, their planning accordingly. between giant petrol tanks at 2 „ „,„„,„„ un 2 ,„ sub n ££ D opal!anll *, h „ „,„ Although Communists, hundred. m Jf. h '" orS"" ill* 00 S lom *J c !" P '," ""St'" !"' !?*,' T?~ of them had filtered .nto th"?"• ,';2 $%}*?" %  2 f ""J 10 <"""" ' '"' F -nch ond "*" nn dock area, there was no attempt l !" ?" 1 ""*"' !" """ "' """^ b < •>.>"* '.!" war-weary peo. at sabotage. n„i t ...... .w—.. WhyThe American IntelllBut .">d "> th ~ officers, who nn:ill* p*rS u.-IM the Koreans to supply ^ .,-ihr were baftled. Kuard This time I an more anximm to solve the problem. For 1 have spent the past weeks travelhnR arro-w Ruropc trying to find out what the Commitnists are up to. I wanted to llnd out to what pies the possiblliu of keeping neuwho have tral In any conflrt. trained to use this armament do While 1 was In P.tri a piece of . sians intended In byThree factors have brought tralised France. They would about the new situation, which in blitz their way with airborne inv view makes %  considerable landings into what they conaidehange in the military defence of h American*—was |to Communist reprisals. AND nego verted with eager interen. Communist paper Hiimanlte Uafp mmmm nir i^ em< nU amounting almost to satisfaction, even by French high-ups. .in.f administrative machines, how far Moscow can rely on them to form an effect Fifth Column. France 1 found that the reported that "KSo de^c^Tra< % %  "• %  * .rme„.,. ton •made F.iscnhower fear the j IH F. IMPATIENCE of workwralh of Paris era at losing pay by being called I was there. I saw only a few oul on utkc lor poUtlcal causes men throwing handbills and dictated by Moscow, shouting: Home. Elsenhower. And thcy ^ |„, e ^y whon lhev ., strike now. For the Communist rt d NO ra y. shop stewards can no longer IIF.ItF. in Italy, too. as in France. uilr nl€ „„ p uc |,et, as thev the attempts of the Communistcou ld only two years ago in both controlled trades unions to organFrance and Italy lav anU-Elaenhowcr strikes or Thr „ pvcn g a man fla ^ mass demonslratlons of workers awa) (ron] work (our dtyt „ have failed. week, either for a strike or to do In one place only was the strike „,„, )obg ,„„ un|ons wo ,„ d fori order obeyed—in the great State, hc employer to pay out if • nun owned shipbuilding yard at La uniod up on the fifth day. %  ft-.?,? 1 ^earl'-l 00 %  m "' J T,,E ANTI-STA1.1MS I employed there, J^OOO struck. rebellion of an increasingly large When they reported for work numbcr „, y Comrnunists. the following day they were ^tOr 1 sSsTTwhO IctlMcUhr instantly dismissed. After 12 days 1v d ,^. of unemployment without pay ^ or ,&„ ac „ nn ,„ e (; „ they were allowed yntk; all that mans is. except the ringleaders. JJ 01 that 'i of Yugoslav repudialinK they follow the npl Marshal Tito "in Moscow's inilsU'iH'And An Echo In Rome. I tat for half an hour in the •ommittee room of the National Assembly with a DemoChrtgban anti-Communiit M.P.. Iglno (Jiordani, while he explained to me exactly why he was against Italy taking any part in rearmament for war. "If the Russians mean to make war they will not wait for us to rearm they will attack us right i way. %  We would do much better to fight Communism by spending < n social tei-vict* money we are wasting on usrtens rearmament." Ills last phras* was a verbatim echo of what a reung Communist vorker had said to me only a fiw hours earlier in a suburban d.strict headquarters of the Communlat Party. When a bit later, I suggested to an Italian elder statesman armed conflict might be benevolent, neutrality he smiled and said:— "Maybe. But one should never say so. There are too many ntutraUsta around in Italy and In France. We must not encourage l'.ese cowards." IIOIIMloi' lilies PUBLIC notices by the Commissioner of Polica and various I'arochial Treasurershave been warning do)> owners that this is the month of February and so the statutory period for the payment of dog licenses. The result has been that within the last few weeks several emaciated dogs can be seen wandering about the streets, because the owners rattier than pay the tax, have chased them from their homes. There is still im the Order Paper of the House of Assembly a bill to amend the Dog License Act and many people are of opinion that as the tax on dogs was instituted at a time when the revenue of this island was very low and it was necessary to tap every source for funds, it could now be repealed. The opposite result might of course ensue and even greater numbers of thin stray dogs abound. While the act is in force however it is obligatory to pay the tax and many people would rather commit an act of cruelty than pay the five shillings. The answer to the prevention of this form of cruelty would be the erection of a home for dogs, such as there is at I.uttersea. Whet*'these animals stray or are unwanted thcy are taken to the home where they are cared for until such time as people who would have pets take them to private homaa The flnancta] condition of the local branch of the S.P.C.A. is not such as to make such a venture possible but someuld in the meantime be done to nrevii.t tincontlnuanca of a cruel method of chasing dogs from homes and leave them to destroy people's poultry and small stock when they seek l<> satisfy the pangs of hunger. The import. has ..ttomptcd to take the slight'S^SS^oSTSSlortSSS'S u,lt •'' %  "role Vn "the" event "of action In reprisal or In „,, n J llinill lllle ,eM,s to those of "" |t*M of the perilled striker, h( Klcm „ n What is more, both in France ui„u ,._„ *-„ and in Italy the Communist cam_.,_ 1 h '" P S G 0, M nalgn calling on dockers and THE ,at01 1 Kalian rebels ;ir> transport workers to boycott the ^.M^4r a ^ ia !" 'T lll L p> P uUw import of American armaments £*"* I, d Magnani They wenhas been a flaseo. Sia/taE iSL 1 h T, l Lonimu sl In France the attempts of the ££ v In s „" ortn lu ln ""T nK C !" "^&^1^^ ^"J^SSSISMZZSZ M mm Method.... ffn! VneTSiL amamvttt are party members. Meanwhile to attain their object W. i V GL. m Thp Immediiite pi-etext for ol P'-ralysing the economic. InMI no anam 1np(r ros jaunt jo,, f nm lhe pa,.,^ dustnal transport, and mobilisuTHfc main reason why some wns lhc ir r( .h.|ii(n,s declaration. on mechanisms of France and ex|M>rt> are puuled by what they ., n ho fvrnt „ t w u*\y in the event of war with consider_U deVbmto Privity lla ,| 11M „,,„, ^ lend lns McrPd vreatern eiiroM the Cominform I MtESHFtPJt if h so " f ,ne Fatherland against will use methods unconnected with find it difficult to reconcile with whn iever Powers may bo the mass strikes and mass d* reports they have had of ionaggressor." stnitloni. inued Communist efforts o SDOkc wllh ^m* of Cucchis What I have discovered about build up mil Ua organisations la nn d Magnani s supporters in their this, the secret underground France and Italy. Rome headquarters. Thcy seemed <-f the Communist plan. I will tell If these militia groups are as confident that they would be able you In my next despatch. thcy lo split the Communist Party wide WORLD COI-VRICIIT RMtRvrn. — L.E.8. test brougi | I should have been able to do open. strong as we hear thcy You Will Never Get l\ Out BY SIR GODFREY HUGGINS llniitrr ol Sou TH1 native population Is %  .creasing rapidly; in 1890 It was MttmatM to he half a million; to-day it is two millions. The races do not want to mix "What nre we doing to Improve race relations'* One European who of natives into the towns Is rude nnd tactless to the African growth of the tOWna, UN a does more to produce bad feeling lessly behind In the construction rh.PVM ^,"^.,'*-. anything else-. European, ol hou.s_ uwj AlrtaS Mill him there are agricultural demonstrators. These demonstrators iodnu Africans who have been trained in up to date agricultural method' nnd they advise lhe Africans or Improved methods. Thev „i, nd the having an uphill struggle an.. *"£?.! CVPn to-day. when a demonstrator results. th< tlribule h I have success to the practice of witchmust always be on their best In the European town behaviour. The key to our pol'ry. industrial councils eonsistinn of _. in contradiction to the colonial employers an<( employees, wht policy of Britain Is that we place fix conditions of service for rn n rnulli-ractal society, where economic advance and provision skilled and semi-skilled trades, the majority are very backward of social amenities a long way There is no legal colour bar in w ' do not consider that being ahead of political advancement, the trades, but In practice the Kuided by the will of the majority IcooomkaQy and socially, adnative is not worth the wages will lead to satisfactory v a i ice men l can be speeded up in Axed. It has taken many yean mt the trade union moveWe shall work on the the pronftrtion to the funds you have lo evol.. available to spend, but political ment in Britain. This movement. " %  lhe definition of 'democracy" advancement can only come which is much vaunted by the '"•""s to regard the people slowly; It Is not a flower that British Colonial Office nt present, numerically as the majority or takes kindly to hot-house treatmay be found to be quite unsulttnf greatest number, but that It ment. able for Africans when It is pu". misses out a very Important facinto practice; on the other tor. It docs not mention anything We believe that the native Is hand, it may be suitable, about the character or quality of enUtled to lead a normal family Africans in Southern Rhothe people—the sort of men and life in towns. A few years ago desia are not sulrlclentlv advanced women who make up the people an Act was passed compelling the t 0 operate trade union*. Efforts „, employer of an African in the have i^,, ma ._ lhl f'rm of Government consisting of the rent for quarters By that treasurer made off with the funds £*£• tolerant and rcasonabl icons decent condition! are proThis svstem does not affect the Pfople. Numbers will come int. ided. where the men can live %  Africans right to tfrika 1ho Picture, bur the great factor good family life. The rents paid J the way the people conduct •re economic and they are paid In the rural areas and In the themselves, th kind of things by the employer. Provision is Native reserves, the African Is they v.ilue. whether or not th*y made for the native gradually lo the special charge of the Native are fair, reasonable or liberal%  r paying the rent as hi* Affairs Department. The imminded beings We shall endeav wages increase. I think we shall portnnt thing about this departour to make th.' test for the vote never do much with these people ment is that It also provides an on the line of civilisation and until we have established a native outlet for t]w trained African, for culture and not on colour. In this mid die-class; after nil lhl > were although the higher p<..s are at WtjF we hope Ui carry the nativ. the background of this country present held by Europeans. I people with us, and we believi at one time. There are other procreated them so that one day the that thev will never resent our visions to safeguard the African, Africans would be able to have presence. but I have said enough to indian African director of Nativi' I know that then. •.,- \ i cate to you that wc are doing a Agriculture. Native Education or Euroi^ who th nk^hT.hTSwf good deal to ensure that he docs Native Engineering. It is to IKan pen shou d retire when Xh. have a home when he comes to outlet for native energy In the Africa,, native Ts flt to mm!** the European town, and that we transition stage while Africans j„s own aVVViJ i i!3i^ £ do .pprerlalr tl..,t the African is are being admitted only ,„ Junior c^immonsense [Jere is noTeasSl as much entitled to a decent home posts in the Civil s. v .,.. !" X2\J^& .* "P *.'**?> life as anybody else. I don't preEach district has a I^nd DevrlSK5 in I £nii< fi,itend that this stem is working opment Officer, who kupervlses Wr' --" -' in practice. Because of the influx the agricultural side and under win Outlook For Sugar FROM the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations comes the following statement on the world pcodaetloB md outlook for sugar. The world sugar economy has been domnatcd by two distinct trends during the past few years—a steady expansion of production, and an increased demand for, and consumption of, sugar in many part* of the world. An annual production of 36 to 38 million metric tons within a few years can be regarded as a possibility. Present indications are that the 1950-51 production (raw sugar, and excluding the US.S.R.) is likely to be 33.2 million metric tons, as compared with 30.4 million metric tons in 1949-50. and 22 per cent above the pre-war average. At the same time, a substantial demand for refined sugar has developed in many areas in which the pre-war consumption was very low and consisted mainly of primitive types. The consequence of these two developments is that the world sugar industry is even more vulnerable than before the war* its economic stability depends increasingly on the maintenance of an expanding world economy and on a solution of the international monetary and financial disequilibrium. Efforts to increase production are being made by most sugar producing and exporting countries, through increased sugar acreage, the introduction of newer and better yielding varieties, and the use of scientific production techniques. Extension of sugrr acreage has taken place in the United States and many European countries, notably Germany and Austria. Western Germany plan.. to double its 1949-50 output in a few years; Holland hopes to attain self-sufficiency, and further expansion is scheduled to take place in many Latin American sugar-deficit countries. Factory developments have taken place in Canada, Near Eastern countries and in some territories of the Far East. In Cuba there appears to have been much marc planting and replanting of new cane varieties than has been generally recognized, and the 1950-51 crop is likely to exceed that of 1949-50. There has been slight recovery of production in Java. The Dominican Republic hopes to increase its exports from 400.000 tons in 1949-50 to 700,000 tons within a few years. Haiti, Brazil, Czechoslovakia, Mexico and Poland all plan increased production for export. British Commonwealth and colonial areas. .stimulated by the assurance until 1958 of an annual market for n minimum of 2.4 million metric tons in the United Kingdom, are now making preparations for a great expansion of production. Despite the many difficulties in making so great an expansion, the programme cannot be dismissed as entirely visionary. Instead of providing a market for about 900,000 tons of "free" supplies, as the United Kingdom group of countries did in 1949-50, they might thus eventually become practically self-sufficient, unless consumption were allowed to rise. Even in the United States, both in Puerto Rico and on the mainland, pressure is increasing to raise the ceiling on home production established by the Sugar Act of 1948. Puerto Rico did in fact produce 200,000 tons above its quota in 1949. which was sold to Germany under the E.R.P. • FAO | World Outlook and Stale of rood and. Agrkultufat 1900. FAO : Commodlt* l^poru. Sugar. November, IBM. D. V. SCOTT it CO., LTD. TO-DAY'S SPECIALS al THE COLONNADE Tins CAR Ked Currant Jelly I'kgv Quaker Corn Flakes Tins Orange & Grape Fruit Juice I'Mially Now M M %  211 2S %  ,".-.-.-.-.-.".-.-. FOR YOUR BATHROOM Corner BASINS Mlh Pedestal Si'xlt" ) k i BASINS wllh or without Pedrs'al 22-xlB| Low-down SUITES Illah-un SUITES, WC PANS. S t P TRAPS W.C. SEATS (Plastic White and iBakcllte Mahogany Cast Iron CISTEHNS Lavatory BRUSH HOLDERS 1IARPIC, Large and Small. WILKINSON A HAYNES Co., Ltd. Succession To C.S. PITCHER & CO. Phones — 4472, 4687, are thcro lo stav pver get us out. tad WHAT A COMFORT . to have Hotwater ihroughtrit your Hume — SANTON WATER-HEATERS well known for quality products In immersion heaters and switches of all kinds. We have just received stocks in 2-fIn., 5-gln.. 6-gln., and 12-gln. sizes and shall be pleased to quote for complete installation. Da COSTA A. Dial 1710 ;.; < o„ Lid. Electrical Department GO AHEAD AND HUM LONDON. If you feel like hummine a little ditty, then go ahead and hum. It will make life seem easier. That is the advice of Dr. Frederick Parkes Weber, famous English physician whose habit of humming while working, caused him to make a special study of the subject. Publishing his findings la the British "Medical Press" Dr. Parkes Weber concluded it is not necessary to be "musical" to acquire the humming habit. It can become almost an instinct, he said, and most people who hum build up a large repertoire of tunes. "It is not so much the brain as the general bodily condition at the time and the kind of exercise or work that call for the humming and select instinctively the appropriate melodies," said Dr. Parkes Weber. "In fact, the body as well as the mind hum and sings." Now in Stork in our Clothing Daft, o RAINCOATS j by Chas. Mclntosh TOOTALS AND JAYBRA in Men's and Boys' Sizes — Also — MEN'S OVERCOATS in Harris and Manx Tweeds MMI'lll Al VIIJO (J. C VINTER 1919-1936) ttftiotd' 1 ef irnny, c-tmnwllnr and frlt-nd %  nrnll bfilKmng, lo IK* Ccoif%  — "nd. Our Readers Say: llotvl Work Alht li fiucl.t. the row* krpl: lha loin day's work seems to guggett that chi. in Barbados has onlv beei .. adopted by the Middle Class an* (once in A years.) Mr. Ooddanl the well-to-do should be well pleased to nee a aiter receive a $3 tip (or his Rood m >et to hear of a protr %  rvice. from dock trkers. launchmcn %-iu III ..mnn M h J il .1. Still *f Wuiii i..-i H q urUm WM.1aVSf**. •.i B!or> el.I1 for Wllfor Humour—for th* pollml'rd Tor lit* bravo dull, that III II.* darkr*. %  tax*For Patience (01 Lovv'a fUrua thai atvadlly butiivd In tlif riroiii hrarl that iirvrr l.llcd nor rarswHli nil lu.ii P.-M. mr*!* ..'•r UM -. -VdT own potfMultis. > lhnk jou; in our hearl* like tin %  Rrnirtnbii u-\ (or m* du. Thoiktflit ^Thal Moil*, who** de>tlii.r you and mvayed Shall .till nd>ir* nn availamima i —Though now you pan With! %  hrlrta (hall bid* lUm* utlduiir! b You* •r I*)*. I. &f '. rvanlna: ^ya. Still, kind and ftrt our ay: HSbl VMUI WillUD our hfjit. kiImlU i the Sabbath. %  -FWc all lha ifrvkr. laaaa kmdn Ionic vigilMid for ralth, lly that jo.i itudcd at.u.d< „ ium nn ua niu. a houar not mad* witn To The Editor, The Advocate t 3Sa* 1 SP, %  v M ro,u %  p,m GcSi^'. W ^h C 'S"lni the dV: th U ink'he a Mr. cSSi. wil\"£n Houar ol ptirr La**, pur* Mcr.y. „„d ha** Hotel Aids Bill Mr. fit more He is also quoted o< ln8 " ,he lord's Day. In fact 1* -^ r < ^ dt,rd "i? '!; at hc '* a 8 harc sa-vina that his servanU are well nM ""known for dock worker* abased holder in the Marine Hotel and paid. A waiter goes in to work and lightermen to 'go slow' i-t that Hotel now employs ia perat 7 n m. and seldom gets out beS^uniay so that they NJ U sons to look after 131 guests. I fore 9 p m., and Is pa.d the urincea sur *d of extra pay for working of that number, offlce ly wage of 7 per week 1 an %  • sundry women, trying to let the General Pubh. included. A!know that Hotel life in Barbadoi though the number employed is not as rosy as Mr. Goddard says might sound good. i| is a fact thai I hope lhe labour Commtsslonei .1 waits* has to wait on as manv will soon come lo our aid as 14 guests every day. "WAITF.lt He also commented on %  $5 tip which was Kivtn. and that he was Suntlav Onvnlnit sure that ho had earned iibout *20 ** that day. All that is oulta To The Editor. Tie Adeocafe— am %  taff, L'.ini.'tifi | and watchme I uilki MDCfl mM JUpruiUi /ram • Barbadaa. Ads .; of $20 Ui Autvn. lt>.. l T. S .C' %  i J ail" nr.'L 1 'i! f $2 "' SIR.—The corpwpondenoc ... one day II like the 29th February the Sunday opening of ihi I There seems a tendeno' ... Barbados to trot out one set of argumrnls to support workinsr hours that will proni Uh and quite HWttMI Mt


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WEDNESDAY, FF.DRL'ARY ii, 1*S1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAf.l'. FIVE House Increase Governor's Allowance an allowance (or additional aerout of the Governor's pocket. ment House in cunftnence on th's vanu and lor uniform. It had Times were when domestic pa* matter. He was appealing, he saio been suggested by the Opposition would go up and there should be to his sense of deevm-v lhat that should be omitted. If a specific amount mentioned tha: Mr. AIMer said that he wvld the Honourable member made the; the Government would be re like the honourable member U. amendment, he was perfectly sponslble for, so he agreed witl pxplaln to the House what it w prepared to accept it. K They were quite agreed, too. ourable im-mber had been saying: l was not proposed to buy two after some debate in their pa'-" I Tor Government House. It was that the Governor should have %  usual that a busy professional state car man usually kept two cars, one sir E D Mettle v seconded l£ buTine^ y ,n SJS C h0r .K l Mr *"*"" molK,. but Mr IVSTSL ".. a Resolution for (a) lhat a British make o[ car w^re^vTInflei.? !" h-'^h .K ^ w,lklnaon ,h n rnendt*d it by !" could suitable to the d,gn„ y of a ^££'1^ wMcS pr £*£ *" """ %  ** ** Governor should be purchased vided them, but in Trinidad there to A. " D i"^..^ ..... and maintained by the sUte; was a big car placed at the dls%  *"' ** ld lh ' xhe that the domestic staff at Gov posal of official visitors Me was MR. ALLDER PROTESTS GARDENS, AND FLAGS Adjourned from its last meeting until 10 a.m. yesterday bttausc no weather fmecuster was good enough to see that Cricket would have been stalled, the House of Assembly was off to an early start yesterday morning. Within an hour and a half after business started, members were so to speak, singing a legislative symphony. First and main Item being dis3. The proposals are:— unanimity he had seen around the eminent House should cont< Id. however, that some member? nded him before that when the Governor was appointed he must have been told "so and so." On thut particular point the honourable member had been told -•\ Government House that nothing that had lieen said to him should be rap—tag nnatda (>uvernment House. Mr. AIMer rvphed and said that any normal man would know that uttua to be employed as the thought the money too much. He . f an '"Jun^' 0 That was "The wfrvt m hls or ot JJJ SSL y personal servants of the Govwn prepared to accept the prin" cli m n a always respected and he wou ld have to be lold of the ernor but that their salaries C'P'e of buying a car, placing a **'ed even by his enemies The conditions He was about to say and allowances should be ">ken vote for f 1 and come back P" r man ' hated even by his that His Excellency must have borne by the stale; Io the Mouse Liter with the axact "elghliour.' („„, ^JJ abou| lh(1 ..ondfti that the expenses of light. Ire He was not one per cent In would meet when he accepted the heat aiKl fuel for Government No Private Income favour or increasing the Governor's jet*. The honourable member House should be met from The informal committee that salar y He was saying that beunreasonable and indiscreet xeneral revenue; discussed the matter knew that rBUSe *he Resolution was only laying that he was disclosing sonic that the Governor should Ulv Governor who had no private tantamount to Increasing this secret connoea to mm. unless oi (4) make a contributio of pay the Governor's servants, pay lighting at Government House anil give ihe Governor a state car Leader of .he House and Leader '•our Party. Mr. G. H. An ir .xpecttd a reduction ame.ulrrcm from the U m. Mi. J H. Wilkinson. %  so in Introducing the The matter had been already discussed In private between trw ii so Inn the amendlr. Adam.accepted them, and the party symphony went on with Mr. paying tiibule to the way in which the two puriies had been .lid ;o eo-i.pciaUHut the symphony came to an abrupt end as soon as Mr. O. T. AIMer joined the debate. He disagi-ed wit!) the Resolution, saylni; (e) that the proposals it arag l larr aa a l n aj the salary of the Cover nor under the guise of fff n Sfi mo T ^ f r l he • e '7 anU October. 1950. He would give the assurance wnU ut^.e^.. rfl L? "Y 4 The W M and allowances that before an'thing WM put Z2fi£Z2ZH£^S!F&& of lhe domestic staff at present the Estimates m that connection nthKwyTrd£.S amount to 849 per week and it is for the future, he would consult flawTamon^herThinaVTrnv D0W P 1000 *^ *" increase this the members of the Opposition as SSJS^&2r amount to $100 79 with effect from to what exactly they should put crnmeni House. ^ „ t Jonuary, w Mr j. „. wukimoa. said Mr. I.. E. Smith. Chairman of Mr. G. H. Adams |L> made the 'bat he would move an amendlUt from Government House and to diseu-w the matter. It was true Committees intervened on more motion for the passing o| the ment to the effect that the Resoluthis showed that $84.69 per week he said, that the Opposition had th.,il one occasion, asking Mr. Resolution and said that he was tlon be reduced by $1,934 and *hat #as paid to IS servants all during reached agreement with the olhei Alldcr to stick to Ihe principle of well aware that a Resolution of 'he schedule be altered to i.ad. 'be war years. That included side on this matter, but If the honthe Resolution, but Mr. Atldcr was that sort was bound to come lo the Domestic Staff. Ughting. heat and ration allowance which ranged ourahle member felt ihat h adamant In bi inglng out the points minds of many Barbadians, in or fuel— $2,400 and purchase of mol >i Trom 75 cents per week for the should oppose Ihe Measure hi h.anaotad to bring out. Mention out of the House, with consterna car—$6,000. Head Butler to 35 rents per week was entitled to his point of view of nags at Government House ti on perhaps, and certainly with There had been a corroboratixi, r e *e Assistant Washer. Thai Of course he did not think thu brought from the Chairman one of opposition. He was prepared, he said, with an endeavour wnM h * "' an average of about five he should divulge anything he had however—and he thought that he hoped would be successful, in *>IUirs and sixty cents per Indlvibeen told in confidence That, he people should endeavour to look keeping the debate on a high level dua .P r week. It was now proconsidered, would be indecent. w income could not with the p'resent officer's salary. This was discourse, he was a prophet, of his salary of $14,400 per M ar v and emoluments which ho gulsed under the term "low paid I'tifair Treatment annum to cover the proporf? 1, X P* C lo run Government servants." Rather than Increase That was not fair or honest tlon of expenditure under (b) Hou t ,n n way it should be this, he thought lhat whoever was They were doing nothing but and ^"^ 'I '"HT^ *' ^"^ ' live effect from the 1st of mo!e7run a d *Pnslble. but he had been there we helpless. for over a year and that was suf flclent time for anyone InteresteT in hli staff to see that thev ft) atisfactory wages Wages Uaj He (Mr. Allder) had got i W.I*,!'As Kr wilder went on. the Chairman again reminded him thai he was straying from the poin and that he could not allow him to go on doing this. .Mr. E. I>. MaUley appealed tc iin ChalrRan to %  Aoii the bosv rable member every opporlunil; his frequent hursts of humour. Stick to the point. Mr. Allder." he said. "There you are now all i top of the flagstaff". But Mi > per-jnalposed to incn the total figure increase \ Mr. Adams then asked to report on the matter objectively B n;l see without bringing oui mi. .. r nv rnor of Barbados as iust Hies. Their party realised then by 100 9 Thls increase was stdl prokTess wilh leave to sit again Z"l7.'o m mOUr inot£ c7v &SX?-to ."" th.l Cov.mmentV House. hM To JS'rf^Sf SfJS* 3 nnd ,hC % %  ""' He continued to penk nm'd the proposal* made by rommi*normal family, incite interruptions from the aloner Adams with regards to the The way they arrived at thi Chairman. Mr. Allder at one time rest of the Civil Service. figures lor the reduction on thi warning that -if this sort of thing .... %  domestic staff was on the basis w fcU ..1*1? does not stop the people will havo Anli-Govt. Attitude iw .w^ ... that the Government would • high irks had been made by M.-. Adams reminded honourable i;or.ounible members about the members that they were not asked difficulties which the Head of the i„ ix the sulunes fol the C'„.. Administration would have to face vrnor's servants The point was „av Ju^il'S!? w no1 InereMest He whether the State would subscribe stop it." He" described the It was no good their shutting 75 neteenl. and the Oovernoi ji ?-'. V. .IT !" .!I' v S r ln U "* t 0 portion of the Governor's resolution a. Mcrlflelre, the their eye, to the fact that for 30U H e Though, member, ^a7reS KS**^f mX >• %  '" %  ,,, "masses for the classes.years the average Barbadian had ,„„ h „ WM equiuble. "t be Tie HeSd of ,I, • GovcriSe^t " %  "'" """ w,s only '"" '" At the next interruption from ^.^"^ZH^l "" w" 1 '"" y "" ^"1" M 'T' **> "' "" man who cl nM the Chairman. Mr. Mottlev rose Col n f „^?r!h.'hlil. ofitmer* SSI """nslble for the lighting gardens, each contributed to the ,., ,.,k the latter to give Mr .Allan •"^."'"V"^' h "'„^'^ u k J'* "" '^ of Government House They were proper running of the establishmore latitude leal li should be said '"'"" c , y \i 2r22 „o. .,Z,Z "i"'S lhf %  " %  '"' ">' before merit and was expectd lo do his mi. were stilling debate on the d ; n '< for selllsh reasons. started the Estimates were laid they would ork efBelenUy. Resolution, and here a brief respito fashion of watching the actions b< givrn lhe opportunity as they was gained when Mr Adams took ' lhr Governor, of criticism.i him had been given during the last opportunity to move lhat the an d sending him to England for week, of discussing what would Committee report progress with trial. It was a very good thing be put „„ y^ estimates to be paid '"'","' the Resolution and ask for leave in that It enabled Barbadians ^te by tne Government and what the 1. . lo sit again. make It crystal clear that they Governor should contribute And J"a „„, „ The House adjourned for were prepared to have the ultimate ,„ey accepted that assurance fully Governor had „> S&skT„ !" 1 ""'' h ~ voice in Ihe running of their own „__ „ _^' M^?.?.. Klil .fl^w"^ ; the Head of the Executive, espeet ally coming from a strange coun ;rv, to say that he had enquired He thought rnat the point about the entertainment at Oovcrnment House made by the honourable her for St Joseph In • On rage • The House Yesterday Col. Treasurer's Amendment Bill Passed THE House of Assembly yesterday parsed with slight amendments, a Bill lt> ...nsolldate and amend the Acts ol ihe island relating to the Colonial l A motion In ixistpotic the Hill InM di-feated. Ir. Adams (L) said that Ihe bill had met with the RV\ the House. The Auditor General really the watch dog of the money of this colony, he said, and that bill was to bring that office up-to-date by living lo the holdo of the office those functions which mild .'liable him to make proper checking of functions of that office. He said that it was not the intention of the (.overnnient lo lunge the audit system. In effect, therefore, there would still be io other department to do tome rash spending and then put it down to incidentals. The Hous.ould then find itself having to pass supplementary estimates, he Bid. He *uid that the bill was simply following the Adams Hreotiimcndattotu Mr. MotUey said that he woul.l support the Hill because he felt that if they were moving out tt"*> had to come Into line with the system of administration in big countries. Pre-Audit System But he wanted lo be sun..<;.! thf iu.'-.iudlt system would be retained If that system was not to be retained, he would oppose the Bill. There were one or two pointf he wanted to make in respect lo the filling of the Heads of the Departments of this couhfv ..-M-h •••• %  bein vlew'i he mo Civil Service ana the a*cnerai public wiin much apprenension For instance, it was observed that the Governor had recently appointed a deputy Income Tax Commissioner, a deputy Ainutoi General, a deputy Harbour Mastci and a deputy Conlmller of t'usis. He would say at the outset that there were certain specialists' posts iii Barbados which he felt should still be held l>v Imported officials, but they ware other* which local people a/bo Q possessed thinhilitv, I-X|H-I i.-n, r \ and integrity could fill. He hoped lhat the deputies -r.not mere sobs and displaced persons would ;% not be brought in lo be made iN heads of departments. If lhat were so. there would be a big row about It. He knew thai members of the Government In that Chamber would aay It wai partly a governor's prerogative to ike these appointments, but he nled to inform them that thev still had a voice In expressing to Ihe Head of Ihe Administration their views as to Ihe appointment of local peop'a. No Displaced Englishman (^a*'>v.v-'. AUMICiS tl After atmosphei resumption Ihe ..ITinm. Such i manner had caused them Car—Governmenrs Duty As regards the car, they jlso .. xt w Si n * *".• slorm >'' to rea"ch~the glut they had" nachagreed tnat il was the duty'of the Allder continued tc. ^ nnd ^ ^. *, pre sent. among Government to supply the Govspenk. and other mernlr... IBMIU -, und Mr Miller. with some aspc tion. and Mr. Adams accused Mr. Mapp of making an electioneering speech i ernor wilh one car. The Hei lion had been sent down somewhat hurriedly and his private income to pay the c~* of such entertilnment. He hat special allowance given every !" year for this purpose. £' n \ Referring to the reraarK that the %  % % %  "" Governor should be given a car U L,J %  arabefltting the dignity of hiB r M-*-Mr ,. They found fault from the point of view or uovernuects of the Keinlument, easily the leading. wrtat hurriedly and an accurate 0 fr M Allrt „,. ,.,,, ,.,,, h rt .d Mr Adamt Uo laid > Tdams' aco^Mr. Thry !" „.d thank thd._ predejf. !" b, ,o, for the to „T,1 "'.$, 'a" rm'^qu'S,?^ ttf=^"1rS J ma an elertiriiirrrm ressors tor having established the "e thought that a suitable car w „. .-u/ete thev them aeiina in I ,.i IIITMWUI. u.r K "lal there are not to be diecould be purchased, duty Iree, [or hc mterest or the ,,•• or In the Himi • and i made the motion for the amend ment of a reduction of $1,200 all right in po. •tidni llil DMnnbvr 1SW Th. Senior Member tor the City 'pVo"pTr;h"ou~d''bV""ti.rown 'to'i'l'ic a VX ,"T', K^sJaJrS^iKJrs .larf. liahUna. hral and fuel al OovrnT— ii lloitar f;n %  • Hut tated Uy ihe time that the Resolution the internal matters. But it w was about to be passed unanipossible to overdo the exprcssioi mously, the symphonic lone of the o( Jhelr sentiments. J*fij MT M i !" nat uKfi"Vrhe* na^ed'w thoui *"*, b0Cn ^^'"^ *"> h " " *y' !" 4 others should be tr.un,.;, d thanking the Opposition for their "g.lg f •..gggT2£ZZ each occasion of the Infonnal comThat should nol be their role as help an3 support. opposmoii^ac^ whcn legislators today. The Resolution was previously sary embarrassment which such ^ ovcrn menl Housc and had for $10,334. but H n amendment to Resolution would be to the Gov8 ,v n "> %  ?^ M>B L. ernor by having an Informal con*i\ E. D. MotUey (ft.) seconded fcrencr outside of the House so the motion for the amendment. th.il they would have no speech He said that the Resolution had Inside the House, but he was been givtn very careful consider afraid lhat that was not lo be. atlon by the Opposition and he felt It was nothing more than the that it was the duty of lhe Stale plementation of Commis(o at8 ( st in tne runnm g 0 f rj 0 v,. eminent House, the governor was Fl fteen servant: UuM i be' the A.i. iiiili..iw Mr. J. H. Wilkinson was accepted. In the Schedule, purchase of a motor car was $7,200. but it was felt that that gum was too high and the f, na 'i j a House passed n token vote of $1 riotWf Ad to agree lo the principle of buying As far DM Gar At n subsequent meeting concerned, he was always omitted n smaller price for the purchase from any consideration of revisof the car will be brought up. lon of salary. Mr. Wilkinson and Mr. Mottley Adams report, of the Opposition agreed that the Government should stand the expenses of lighting. 75 per cent of the sal. He noticed in the Annual Esli... mates allocations of $4,800 "duty %  % %  ollowance'* to the Governor, $1,450 for furniture, sationery OBITUARY $360 and flags $120. When came to flags, he did not know if this M-a A f* I Vl ,.,L In provision had bean mode when ITS. t\* \J> IT' '• ^ l some special occasion necessitated ployed u „ ^^ it W|lfl put in und lud PeterKM %  d that a sort of state car should he acquired for the Governor. Mr. O T Allder expressed disapproval of what he called "Increasing the Governor's salary". He criticised the salaries the servants at Government House were getting over a said that whoe should be censured THE death of Mrs. A at Government House Since It ne ver DeeVredu%rHeVo\i7d *i7ot k in h .."'"/^^'^'w, "[''vim 1 was for the Head of the Adminimagine one having to spend $120 $" ^SLttrSSS rhlh Mrs' t the ^ration to live at Government per year on fUig* f ,r Government fSSS was L Vrn to Gl*i*w n the House, it would not do for them House. The Department wa s costC2HS ci", >!.,.,, i, Vancouver" ,ower to take him from il and put him ing the £TO*r. a great deal of f !" nd Jg££\Z ^.T oI ^.,.,,1 wero in a smaller house with lour or five money and if they were not care1(H n w |,p rP i n ( Cr N he met and servants. For him to keep 15 ful the figure would go up. married Mr. A' C Peterkin. Evanservants, It would take about a statements had been nude from gellcal Missionary, a native of third of his salary and no mcmbei lhe Government benches whenHarhndos The House and the Other Place of that chamber could truthfully ever Addresses or suggestions she helped her husband In his finally passed the revision and in admit that he would be wilting "* %  "' made In the House for the work In the Missionary Field in was omitted, to pay his domestic itaf| a toird provision of certain social service* the Argentine and the Dominican for the people, that the Treasury Republic for llfleen yean before could not afford it. He felt that if coming to Barbados In 1B32 She Aft. beca arguments constantly used (loor of the House, the branches of the service % %  cTome'.t^'servin'is attended to first. Kcvihion Passed that too the Goverm He had from the Leader of the Opposi. tion and the Senior Member for r^L.^^ncfhi,h Cllv wh were •PPointed from had substantial help 0 f ) lls :a i urv They were agreed that the responsibility of the lighting of Government House should be the responsibility of the state. "Not One Cent!" If the custom of the Head of the ii-1 I'M. .-'•> WOO responsible |ncif puty for .„ fatormtl commitiee to discuss the matter. The ... Junior member for St. James had Addendum nade suggestions as to what his The addendum stated that: "•"* w ? u d b *," Ulin £ J "*\ AdmiwUiUon at' pretext was as The Report of (he Commissioner an<1 ne Mx ,hat il W " UI be ,. bul It used lo be in the days d !" M He Wl omniSs thil onaI "want, of himself and his of limited pigment he would have evrnXuzMv ,uled out of order, 18 family Since he would have to been the first to get %  • % %  employ several more servants than say. "not one cent! %  nake recommendations upon the structure of the Civil Service of Baibados and lhe remuneration and i"'-.ilitions of MH servants contains the following recommendations (at I>ar,igraphs 222 and 223) in respect of the remuneration and conditions of service of the Governor : (a) that the duly allowance '.f the Governor should be increased from £500 to 11,000 per iWMim; (b) that transport for the use of lhe officer administering the Government should be purchased and maintained it the public expense; (c> that 1 some portion of the expenses of the domestic staff employed atGovernme House should be met from public funds. 2. The Governor's (Amendment) Act. 1049. gave effect to the first recommendation. But this increase doe* not provide sufficient relief from the heavy financial commitments Involved to maintaining Government House and in acquiring the two motor cars necessary for use by the officer administering the Government of the Island. Rising costs particularly In xt far as the wages of domestic staff are concerned con%  x/us charge against the Governor's emoluments proposed to conform lo the practice adopted in almost all Colonies. the Treasury could not afford to was a kind friend and loved and stand certain expenditure for the respected by a large circle of relapeople. neither could it stand the tives and friends. She leaves a expenditure, when individuals husband, four sons, three In wanted to increase salaries and bados i < im-lumen is in their departments, daught< When the Governor was appointed he must have been told The Chairman here pointed out EVERTON SLOCOMBE. 18 the speaker was straying vcani of ngc> nf yearwood Land. i Ireland i %  in German. ACCIDENT He hoped his ..ml would not fall on deaf ears and thai he would see every effort made to appoint local people to ihe head of lhe vurlous offices and not bring In displaced Englishmen oi other people He had expressed his view in mformios ihe limn* dealing with the Adams recom"" UwooaH mendallon that he viewed wilh suspicion some of the suggestions ond recommendations where heads of departments were concerned He hoped the Governor would take it that that criticism had come Irom one who was hearing ami rceing things. Mr. GUI (E) said that what was worrying him about Ihsj proI i de-ign the words "with the approval and consent of lhe General Assembly" had been omitted He thought lhat ir the House was the keeper of lhe public purse, It should have a voice in dealing with the money to be deposited by Ihe Accountant General and not divest itself of its present power RE{tl rsiTss S> rimes llllcglnfsnn Type) I Sprays Measuring I.U-M-, SiirgeiMM' Glove-. Surgical iifi'iKNIGHTS DRUG ST0RFS Act that there and f ^T 1 '_"*_ "}*}*** b r ? r th*.rtue Bunk Hall." was Involved In accident yesterday with elghlye&r-old Marie Marshall of PeterMr kins 1-and. Bank Hall. Marshall .loams first accepted Itie -...,., ...l,, itle.1 lo lhe f,.*m-i


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' / / PAGE SDC KAKIIADOS ADVOCATE UUJM.MIIV, FEBUI'AKV 21, lil EVEKVPiOOV EfcAOSfHfe. 'BARRO60S AOVOCrVfe'a At ')DrA £§ V /I"AKE f> -TIP PROAA vA ,oo Mown *A OK?OK f 1QO OONf MAVfc PRtACrt, I'LL 1RN ANVfHiNCr (€.2 •p / St\tA If OV AM GLft.0 1*0 SEE "WO ? LOOK ftt YME CUSTOMERS.'' BOV TH6>'VE BEEN ^ ^ COMINW LIKE ms FOR DfcVS / 1iP voo 6Avt ^t. -THINGS e C OA/ 1WE HtV6A"E a ** 5PLES ARE I eET"TiWO* U8tfE,AWD il*B STOCKS SRTTISAV SMftkv r LOOK SAtA Sl7 YHAf \ OUV THERE? HE WAi L>Ni HERE -THftt DAV < /ff AlL ADVERTISING >OEft, ^ T I ''WO I LI. w, r' BE DOOOOME ^ IF AN AD BiON'l Api>eR JM TVJ6 <3r\fl.i>A00S ftt)VOCA CAM' roiix POSM ;^S KF /WUL AMD BV wr to taae, bat Uw HUB ae * %  • Pewter** taMfMMr kaown te e r iaaae. KIIMUWMUMNIIWMUO r brela P— eft -a-err aa" nan** amaatBa-ly. ^^^ *a vMSZ t iwaliv1t *W sat prVf a* Ikauaandi uitP U nv.Mkb S all :'hamtoia"hira. Ql Vl-TaM &• yo %  h.ml.1 lort-y. "*al It to ••• '-^,~ 'J oil lBaat**mal In M l—ura. TK ifca •ull boiU^ -hlch UMM .Isbt da>>. un*.r ,ka poaltl** fwnaio that It murt na" ,o U Toll o# rtaour. tnarvr >Dd vlUllly. tut f-.l !• To Tra muaf ur liljpr* lial k OBI rttu'n of miit* l''* a B" Vi-Tabi ss,^:,-r*vFOR HEALTH 73^ PER 1/2 LB. TIN. STIFF NECK, RHEUAAATISM, PAINS IN THE JOINTS You can set speedy relief by rubbing In SACROOL This great Fain-Killer on Sale ai Knights Drug Stores COCOA' is well served Here's a medicine specially made for it! Dt Witt's Pills • ipecullf mad* tot BACKACHE JOINT PAINS RHEUMATIC PAINS LUMBAGO SCIATICA II "On fuapFCt that thrrr't lOmrthniK wtmitf wiib voui andnrjra il toy mu that i&y t.<:ed a cuftix-tiv* iunlicin. Kcjlectctl kidnajra pre ne to vartoas < %  *) %  i n g symciojiia tucta at badiachr. rln-umauc paiiw. lumbago, sciatica, bUdd il->otvlci with scalding and burning. Tha trouble sum when the ludreya grow sim t 'gi*ta and tail to perform tbeu natural I .i>Etionof nltmni; away impuritiea ftom II* ayattin. Von can rf*toc* these *rtal u*aaa M normal activity as rnaay others baira dona by taking Do Witts Pills. They have a d'ansing. sooihuig and aaaaftrpbc B>ct on the kidneys and yoj will vary quKkly lel the good they sic doing This tivedaud trusted medicine has brought reliei to many people like you in all parts oi the world, why not try Da Witt %  Pills for your trouble? They may be lost what you need. Get a supply irom your chemist. V OUR QUARANTEE Da Witts Pills are E repaired under strictly ygienic conditions and ingredienta conform to rigid staodardaol purit* DE WITT'S PILLS for Kidney and Bladder, Troubles fiAU tfafimily Cocoa, going overside (rum a ship in the Port ot Luntlon Docks with what looks like little ceremony, but the staff of the Port of Loadou Authority know the degree of cue required to handle this valuable commoclity. Wheibci a pi Hluctiscasytooff-load or is the most dirlicult, it is uiest in the expeii* enccd hunds t>t the Port of London Authority— tbtrt it has the added advantage of reaching tlic largest -j.ni-.umcr ni&tkct in the world. Ovaltine Cheers & Energises A ffowctioo against ill-health, a atraoatheaing food far chihtrao . there's aoodneas la 'Kepler Tor aH asa nn<]> Kapler contains viumias A and D and | '* energy, ,xira Dourisbment. Its tweet, malty flaw is to palatable too. KEPLER ft COD LIVER OIL WITH MALT EXTRACT A BURROUGHS WELLCOME A CO. PROOOCT Governor's Allowance Increased Red Charges Amendment Bill • Freen Page 5 uhat wer* the normal rates paid to servants. He was told what those idles were arm had paid hl servants accordingly and since he> lad been henhe had also Increased them It was up to the Governor to say what he was going to pay his servants and not for them as they were not laying down rates for Government servants H* said thai if he were so rude as to ask any honourable member of the House how much hiwas paylne* hie servant* or tell him what he Should pay. the member would be juatined in bemn rude lo him In return. Mr. F at. Matter (L) the Resolution, there was o M-elflc amount for sen > .%  utiderstandlng that bV <;\ .••.ment would Py 10* •* ,V| -' ugti. He was in agreement witn the increase for the Governor and was satisfied that the officer administering the Government should be given a State car if the idea was to buy the best in the world He said that he was sorry about the question of wages for the servants u he felt that those figures indicated in the Reseolution might induce the rich to use them as a basts on which to pay their servants. Mr. HA Crawford


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WEDNESDAY. FKBRIARY 21. IHI BARBADOS AIIVIM \T| PACE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. 5S£"ES2 T1LEFMOMI 2SO Tit* charge for am E im.. Utimi'* Dmi Aikno.. Cgmenls. ui in M.notiam notlcae. > SB on week-de) • >M II i on Sunday ?. any number of war** up to M. and eanu per ward on week-day* 4 nnli per Ward on Sunday* lor additional aard mi it •OYtE-O, PMVMU *h 1M1. M hi* reaMlenr* IMNin Street Ernest W Boyee Hl funeral too* place al Fed Itarbit Son. Memorial T Ml Sin A^n, Sunday. %  pm Beloved Husband W B.no r devoted Father o( Brneat p and Donald F Alao -ur lived by Swn HMIIt Potter and Mable Boyr*. 11 1 FOR KALE Minimum charge urtt T> teat, an M cent* Jund*,,. 14 word* over 1 worO, 3 inn %  word week—4 'nil Mra *aado,i AUTOMOTIVE AUTO CYCLE Cycle Rood eondn.. shortly. Dial m FOH IIIM i — oier M HOUSES A l-.rr rU|i al Thombuiv Htll. Mam rid., near Plata Ol.tin. tn.,c Bed'uetn* iTo large Dr.auyg .md Dh> Ing Roam, Opr n Gallery. Modern Cony enter ce*. lairMui Yard Encloaad Vacant Dial mi RtAlR ATHOU-. — Appleby. Si Jamei Nowly-built modern Kauir wif front and bark porch*. Throe bad. room*, aarh with running y*aler Dir.lni rconv large utund room GaragSer( "" room and all modern convenient re. Electricity Reedy (or occupancy trom let March INI Phone SBV Mi. C C. Clark* 14JJ1-4J PI HIH SALES i-d II ,.. illinium ind II BO i per aval* in, H per upur. Hi .harpe •: • Saiwlay. -n apaal Sf a l %  mmSan .I. .i fm %  '%  11 end U cewl. per *" 1 *"" i-fcero* ••" II M ". fa-da HARRISON COLLEGE roiMOATMM aU VM 4BSJBJP4 A< '"*•* c.r.r lacancv Mill be aval.,tic Mr a Foundation RcfcjoUf al Han.s^ci C-e in September, mi An examination will br hade) al lb* Behnol af am on Saturday SIM March Pap ..' MtMwtton ran b. obtaii id HAI'JIr"aON C0LLXOC. and Bnud be returned weather with • Bum or Be*u*mai Cirtlfkaie am „ before wn Candidate* mux ill t* children oi Fb na Monaa. of St Michael who at in BO*r and utdbjtrii cucumataneex >!• fid bei**n the *ge* of 1 and If year. Thar can be mrriMn of Mumon Coll*** oe of other •school, B. C COBBeaf. Hoiemlng Body. Hartlnon Col ege Department of Education atlh January |M| 1111 B*. AUCTION 0.151 Oxford, purchaaed CAB 194X1 Mori la June. Rood co. Polar Product. Rlckeii S'ree' .. Imae Phone PI in Car not available nil M.i. JO M' X. 1 C-AH-One I* II P. V* U x*.all In kood randalKir May be en al St.aup-h. Qdrade. Woebuck S treet WISI-4 CAR—Hlllman 10 IIP Mlleale 9.M Jw* re-palnied !alher upholeicr DUI CdEre tail home •*> Jl 1 SI -Si CAR—One 84. le Madrr Chr-vi HI lood condition. uwn*r driven to I. M. Clarke. Jeweller, No I Slreet Phenmi 11. Apply PICK-UV .(., IkHinr PH ln order. Apply B E Col KotbLKk Sirret : FURNITURE rURNITUHF; dre.wr. <1 Wan '1 ICC boi. II' Dial 3PM Mahogany Vanllv •!> China CdbbMrt, nona double bed 17 2 11n TWO IIOHSEB. KARNChB -L.I OIL* il :art Ooiiui rheap Appl> s i . Co ltd Roebiirk 8lr*r-I 11 1 -l f j>. MISCELLANEOUS BATHB — In Porcelain Enamel. In White. Green. Primroa* with malchln| unit* to complete colour rulte*. Top irede. A. BAJUfES it Co., I-id %  111 tin CL'RTAIN riTTlNGfc Tor anuut win dow atylUuf. light •nnLrol. VaUnren an draperi*' B. Klrach Dial 4*16 A BARNES t, CO. LTD 1 JIM If, UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER Ml BAGS DC. SUGAR NOTICE BARBADOS IV i Hi AaalbTAKT (Otlll OP .riM, RC WORKMRN'8 rflMIWRATIllN ACT. Iff*} VCmCK l> rwieby given t* >l HXKMAN PILGRIM, an AaMatAnl Me.ha.wployed t %  ** %  •!! Alrpul diea Harbour Log IN CARUSLK BAY M V gti—< %  U rh Mai bond Pi,:*-e rrai.alimai< A f Wonderful l^ue _. M Mr* V 1. UM UV Daerw^od. M >l —; KiiiLikr. -,-h T-MhD.„, *-h Mol. Joae* B>h EanaMuel C G.irda, aVh Beaaueen. g 8 latui ARRiVAI-8 •; Streatham Kill. e.MI lona net. Cap* N.:aon from Tnnid.d via Maracalm i ti li-.aii Horn 8i i^^y, bwd II j* iee.1 na %  it, r..'.tdA4 Caag i PA|TT1 i <;evEHis. HB\i \ OTirKs BEATING OF THF. RETREAT IT IS notnirfi for ftr-neral inlnrmatiofi thai ttt> LMtavhmenl ,4 the rir.i Royal Inniskilhng PuillttM-N will lie f3ratitif the Relit**: at thf Garrison Savannah on Wexttiesday. 31st of Pr-bruary. at & p m. SI.3.51— to i ..i...ha. bean paid I aall o Ml I. uUllon. or tJovda A|en raiDAY ih* Urd ai lljo -J* Oark Cryrtal Bugi %  ouawing piece* P Mueun Ron , Co IJd Bi June* Swan. PaUehild Jooe CO., lllnck. Street, %  buck Si Plao H Jaaoi .. Oeneral Tradir* I Ail it. i %  i Id li. si Slr .tail |*Jp .' Wjirhouee. Bndne : BRANKEK. TROTMAN *t CO.. AkWlM -J.J" "" ,0 •" %  *•> |H*_ ?! U -2^L5? * cr VK-TORIA RTHrPT an TKIHSDAY and al p.m A LI. THAT certain piece or parcel of land liy 1.0C4 aouare fret at prN|-ui.li 'IJIII.'H.. STMETT. i idMti ,-the %  .i Hmar < u wing, dining loom. kilrh< %  J bedroom* iipalali* -*i raur. WC and Bath, elacii ;* encloaed .aid For uiiprccondltloru of uk apply (a H ARCHER McKENZIE VMM *a I -II •! Mc ENPABN'EYS r. ..n l-RIDAY. 93rd at 2 ,. %  1 I'REVECT rURD SALOON i perfect running order TERMS R ARCHER McKENZDE. Auctioneer If 111*• At'C-riON 1ALK Or I'AI* CARS Al Ihe Coamopolit-n i...... Magarlne Lone neat Friday **"l Fel....v. al I o'clock aherp. One IBTf Ch*> ilet with new lyrea and good engine alao One Auntm %  m good condition D'Aicy A Icotl. Auctioneer 17 1 SI 4n Appl I.VANISED 8IUETS A limited ity II ft 0 lit x 1 ft 6 in.. Hinge mred plain dim. al U 74 per .heel. Ecu.ie.n Bro. 17 1 M an MOIaERNFOLD DOOPS-The dIMIn pulahed ao! niton to your apeclal irchiiectural problem of door rloaiire*. ma. movable partlliorm Dul 447C t CO. l.TIl 13.3.51-1 1 n VENETIAN ni.INOB.-Klmeh Sun-al. nil metal De Luxe Venrtain blind*. It your Miei delivery 3 week*. Dul 44T A I1AHNE8 A CO LTD. 13 131 I f n aaadiUoe L Ptuverba. 302 51 -3n — I VlotUl In e iinw uaed Apply PlanUllon ...h Agura* n ally beautiful de*lgn (3 n* upward* Y. De LIMA A Co. Ltd., ID %  lead Strut 17J.II—In PERSONAL not hold my cell reaporuible for her anyone *l*e contracting any debt ..r debt. In my name unit** by a wiltlei, order ilgned by me 8gd PJ-TO-N YEAKWOOD, HtlUbv. St Thorn** 10191—In The public aie hereby aarned aaain-t n.vma rreclii tn me aeeii from lam In %  pm Appty Ihe owner on prcmlaei MM •/ATTR. Jam*. Slreel. UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER By UiBtructuna recatved f Inaurance Company I will aril < Fabiuary Urd al F<.n R.x.l 81 .M.'li.-irlRow ill 1040 Au*l HP. ill 1RT Vi Pord Sedan rlLinaged in accident. Bale at 1 ,< Term., caen VINCENT C.KIIIITII Aiictlonrer III SI -* REAL ESTATE tmtm %  aMi j Bl'ILDLNG One otiruteting pf centre feel aquar*. mth window* and door*. irrojudrO by a verandah of Pine about 3? ft etuarc. thr eidire bullduid id by a arUiigted roof. Further pa' iar* Dial S105. |7.1 The parcel of land containing •Querr feel <*iln the Buildup* Iheir.^ .Ituale In Lucac Street. Bridgetown. *l joining the piopartv of the Barbado Telephone Company Limited and at pre ami occupied ai lo part by the Utmerv' Newapaper and ** to part by MiaCad-i gan. Inapecllon by appl Ira Uan anta. Foe fuilhr' particular* and condition i-f tale, apply to:COTTLE CATPOBD CO., No it High Bireet Bridget..-.: 14.f.Bl !. % %  SI J^-aeph II SSI -In WANTED traek Tl cea 84 ttfonti — .. nard u-eek—4 • HELP ENGLISHWOMAN de.irei emplovment preferabt.hotel *ork Fluent Spanlah al*o capable of dealing allh Jngliah or Spam.h correopondence Write Bo 'D* CO .Advocate. 303 41 1" MISCELLANEOUS Empty JEFTHEYS BEER corloru each-delivered M the Warrhouae ..f S Muaaon. Son e> Co Ltd Pihe-i A new and well built Bungalow on >• %  t HIU called WftHTPlaU). the i. ( ... poii, of the late Sir George Walton The Bungalow Hindi on lg,0M eauare /eat of land and contain* one large Luhllc room, two bedroom*. klim> laundry, bath and lavatory In a aeparale building there la ->rage for one car and two aervant* %  %  cm* with bath and lavatory. The proper'! will be art up lor aale I our ofllce on Wrdneaday the flat day I February IMI. at 3 p.m. For condition* of aale apply V %  derngncd Inapacllon *nv day between ln.30 am no I p.m. Telephone Lady Waliln. No 4M1 COTTUI. CATFORD Co fca W O fl t*Ai—nn %  ill net up for aale a wt. BrWUe ..f Man' BOTTLKB M,400 errpiv. tahite, plain inree.glll bottle* packed In bale* of U daren each — at Ic. per battle imiudin* i—ruing Pleote *pply to 8 P Kuuon Son A Co, Ltd Broad Street Dial 3713. 13.1.11 I0n IMMEDIATE CASH for rlianumd lewellery old China .ilv'i and SnerReW Plate. 1'honr 443t or call at GOHRINOES joining Royal Yacht Club „,,,__ IMMEUIATE CASH loi broken Jeweluq .,(1,1 milicM ramn. nmatuir. lade Old B W I Stamp. RORBINGE* Antique Shop Dial 443B 90 9 51 —t I n Ton I children'9 I cuts, scratches I and abrasions use 'DETTOL' INI atODIIN ANllStrliC UU . Sm-t***m Appeal MTk I"" Dated dependant* of Ihe MIC lm •decaaeedi are hereby i appear at the AatteUiil Court Wednaada Itth day uf February. IMI p a TAIMA ACIIIII dark. AcaUtant Court of Appeal fa hereby gltrn I li'lMHtC \| [) ...gned McDONAIJl COX ha* Una *'. y latireU from the Finn oi MODERn'r MAT can-la* o„ lu ua al Duttin* Alley Bridretown. and trial the uiid arm will be conlknuad lo be car 11*0 on bv Ike lrr*igi>od SAMUEL. VICTOR AKHBV Dntrd Hi NOTICE UNEMPLOYED women who arc anxious to obtain temporary rk in the United States of America or in any other country M*J Briviied to rEUU.'r at the Bureau of Employmenl anil Knugration. A brunch oWee of the Bureau for woman has been e*taii!i*hed in the building of thr U S Workers' Savings Organisation on CnnsUlutiun iHill, and arrangement* have been mad* lo begin regiatratlon on Monday, 26th February. 1951. Registration will be done between the hours of nine and eleven in thmornings and twelve and three in ihe afternoons. Women whose surnames begin with DM letters A, B and C will be registered on Monday; D. F Y and ti on Tuesday, H—L on Wednesday; M—R on Thursday and S—Z on Friday. This registration 11 being unitei taken lo provide information in case oversea* work for women bVotTagfl available 21 2.51 —Ln an Touch With Barbados Coastal Station vilh ihe fxioving -JU,. \, Pita a aCorn BMB: lmp*rt*i La*m.ifi. *• Wllhrl Tereaa %  < t; %  % %  a U.j Clarke* Wharl i actand. i* Cheaapeake r II.--In. i. Akcaa Pennant. .. Arab* -. N.e..Aa.aterdan -. Tog Dm iuila. •• Uriona. %  Itage' I Haok %  • Otarogru .... Ciui.n... *** >• IHIMHI >* Brain a* iRaaaa Mary . Kepi*!,. a P T N.M|. tpr. *.. 4)u*eo BMaabeth %  • gBjgl l-.ya Hi • VU.fr .A' rO-DAVS MWS FLASH POSITION OFFERED SALARY S4O04) Johnson > Slaiionrn Itch Germs iKilled in 7 Minutes I TtmraUhhaaaaarlyUmlllMntl and porea wher.priiii hide and a rIMe Itching. Crai king. Eciema. RurDtng, Arne. Rlnganrm. I**onalMlarkheada. Plmplaa. Foot ll.h and etkri Meaalaaaa. Ordinary treatminte give oal> temporary relief be-aua* they do ao.t.ki" the lerm caua* The a •'"Ilia Ihe lerma *''-i I I' "*"" U*e. amaolh _.. ttv* it iln-i gjg it. %  ar tin'.v.rr. Hill' V mlnutea and l> **afl.vS* one week. ADVERTISE—It Pays HAINUOATS .7 15 I U II IIIWIS %  £* %  G oddard A nd S lolimeyer names as popular in cricket a OA* for Cooking. ##• toi; M.i.vf \ house paiiu. g i .tutmi palm. wall paint, a oval padnl a dull paint, a brig hi BABBI. a cheap paint jn rkpi-naive palnl, C all al . THE nifWMAM* /#/'##/ %  %  ( i .etuis TAKE NOTICE BULOVA That BlIe-lVA WATCH COMPANY INC • corporation law* of tha State € State* of America. w rmati eu aaadrefl* la BJ0 City of New York. Slat, USA. ha* applied tor I trade mark In respect of natch e ig* laeiefor or ptalr.1 a* without lei preetou. said **mi praclou* tlor.e^. p*rHeularly uaed for llu> parti uf watrtte*. wrtat bands. bracelet*. Mfapa watch** nvad* of leather. Imlt %  atler rabric and fabric told, and r • %  titled to regi.te. ihe xin, r* month from the Hit day Frbrutry. 1SS1. unle*. aj— Ihr meantime give no oaV* i-t opposition i Ogtltratlon Thr trade ir.aik can i pplaralMm at m> ofnV* Dated ihi. ilth day of F*brua*> ll II WILLIAMS. Regmr.ii of Tradr M..rl I thereto < The under*(g cin.ee on I at 1 i .i dwrinnano Lodge" with the li Upper Bay Street. dence of the l*i> A C. OtHVM ln>|teclion bi appolnlmanl with Mlaa Ida Cleave.. Trlepgione No 30S0. For further parUculai* and condition* of *al*. applv to : COTTI.E. CATFORD CO S03SI -lVi "SOaia^taUrr —Piopcit^ standi i 01 •arly S.O00 aq li of land vtualed al n> of Belmont Road. Bt Michael, too idraoana. open verandah fruit tree. an be bought 1 Street fillANDVIEW-BathUieb* Three %  !> Bedroomcd Bungalow, itandlng on 1441* 'On.re feet of land Oder in writ in* for the **ma. will be %  reived h F c im.D. C o Jamea A Lvnch A Co.. Ltd up 10 4 p m Mth February IBM II 1 TAKE NOTICE That it I* the intention o of Ihe parish of Saint Michael to a %  !. he mtrod-c-l into the Legi.latu-e of this Island .1 Bill to amend the Parochial Employee. Pen*ion Art 1M* iIS44-|4i. a* airended by the P a roehlal Employe*. PenMon •Arr.erdmert %  A'l 1*47 IM7.5 end by the Parochial Banpieyee* Paaaanei 'Amendment* Art IS4I Hf4I-ia. ...-1 by 'he Parochial Ernplo-.eet Amendmenf Act IMP (ltd* P*rnrhlal Employer* Pension menu Art IStn. IISSB-IJ, aulhorlMng tin Vi*trv to, each of ike arveral pariahai of Ihi. lalang. HI they comlder it e> pedlent eo to do' to ci.nltrue to pay l the parochial amplayaoa who have retired or may hereafter retire from the **Tvlre of each Veelry an allowaaae al the rale and on U* term, and condition, eat out l*..roch,... laRPlBpM IVT .. A.* I -* TAKE NOTICE SCMENLEY I farrfENIJCY INDL'STRIER undei Ih* la United Sta tniiii who I. MO Filth of N*w York. USA. ha* applied l-r %  glitratlon of a Irade mar* in "A" of Neejutrr lit 1 eapwt .ill potabie alcohalsc bevir•pi including whlal. rju. brand*. Ifohellc cordial, and rum and will a entitled lo register Use a*r-.e a—r n,e month Irani the BRh day of Froj.inv. IMI. unleaa aaene aeraoi r *i m v offiri of opposi lion The Woato mark ran br application at my elace Dated this itth da> of r*km*rv. 1*11 RefliMrar of fr*dr Mai-. N 3 51-ln ay afternoon ai CetlUal _. duriiia parade. Brown VelIth ornate otlvai % %  '^^ ataUl%  M f—Sunday afternoon olUr WBiUin dur.na parade. Bi..w: M Belt PfSSE and hu. ar.d •eceipt*. Hi lei CondiH ...' plea** 1 I'.. .1. 1. tlllllM Al farrs! THAWS CoDtact Antilles Products, Limited, Roseau, Domini*., for sail %  og to Europe. T.ie usual ports of call are Dublin. London, oi Rotterdam. Single fare £70; usual reduction! for children. NOTICE WF. WOULD LIKE TO INFORM OUR CUSTOM ERS THAT WE ARE AGAIN RECEIVING CLOTHES' AT OUR HEAD OFFICE AND DEPOTS. AND REC1RET ANY INCONVENIENCE CAUSED THROUGH OUR RECENT STOPPAGE OF WORK. SANITARY LAUNDRY CO., LTD. OF BARBADOS 1 aJaV^Wt^teCrVVe'e-e^ -, •*•,"



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*— **"*-"•** ii>a^ ntu.'c.ii'ni, r >t\v .-in i _i. IBJI ^S_ -^ MACARTHUR ORDERS U.N.TROOPS ON Leaves Jail To Lead Gold Coast 9 s Firs I Parliament GOLD COAST, Feb. 20. %  ^HITE KOBED Kwame Nkrumah, the victorious party leader who last week was a prisoner in Accra jail, drove in triumph through cheering crowds today to the opening of British Africa's first Parliament. His cor, covered with the national red. v. headed the convoy of Ji4 oilier memlx-i s of hi Cotventioi People'* Party which won 38 of 75 African senls in last week's Parliamentary elections. Clarke, —^ I1f ^^ Govamor o* tha Gold Caaat, apaa. I'OUI* I IV I B*a1*ftfl ','i.nmcni which Disorganised UM of whom are i imtnlttraUva crucial* UP put lefore the House for approv.il a UK <>f members for appointment as Ministers After %  ling in and with thl House legallv constitute.!, tha ; l€-ft TinHouM unanimously elected Emmanuel Qulest as ihe lii't Speaker lie wu proposed by rho Hid "The 0oU Coast faces a very critical moment n Its history. We Will have tr LONDON, Feb. 20 Industrial unreal spread In liritain toilav. disorganised four Key ports and slowed movement of freight on railways. In London. Glasgow. Manchester and Birkenhead, over 18,000 dockers staged a tene-day strike lime. i ide with the appearance in a J-ondon Court of seven dock And somebody lor Speak. workers who are charged with! party politics. Impartial inciting dockers to strike illegallv. J rian of integrity "--Reuter The case was adjourned until at Kt Tuesday atnl the strikers voted to return to work to-morrow and r come out again when the seven leaders reappear before the Court On the railways more men decided today to begin go-slow tactics or to stage token strike.. next week-end. -Renter. lib-."!! id Reds Can lie Checketl -SHINWEU Condemned Nazis Sent Back To Cells LONDON, Feb. 20. Minister Emr %  ivi-in lli-' %  I nTN'ii I.ANDSBERG. Bavaria, Feb. 20. Seven loiidemned Nazi war criminals In I-nndsberg prison **re to-day back in the cells they left last month, when they were moved ready for execution, and seven freshly dug graves pilaun cemetery had in again. The men were allowed to sew on to their red jackets buttons removed earlier as a security precaution a West German news agency reported. The reason is that application for a writ of Habeas Corpus on their behalf is pending in Washington. Yesterday, relatives of the condemned man weic told titty could visit them %  Today. Law Tuesday had originally been fixed as the last day for visits. Defence lawyers are to send another appeal to John McCluy. American High Commissioner in Germany, u was said —Reuter. Defence Minister Emmanuel Shinwell. said today recent events in Korea had shown "beyond all doubt" ihat Chinese and North Korean lorces" can be checkea and mastered". Latest information indicated that the Chinese counter offensive hod been halted he told the Commons. The military situation was far more favourable than seemed possible a short time ago. But he warned that the perils ronfronimg United Notions loives were still formidable and occasional difficulties might emerg". Shinwell said Britain's total csualtie.; in Korea w-rre 145 killed, 442 wounded. 244 missing and 61 prisoners American casualties at 48.035 Including B.I 54 killed, were severe he said. Shinwell said that the British Commonwealth 27th BrtgadJ Monday and I played a large part n I.I I ll\<. HI \i NA7/7',.7I' tKFFftl HTOLI //. > / %  '/.' fast aaaalar Prim Jmtm pail in angei HI tin tUp catching modMas "' Kcnmn gin OraJ wNfenfay a/(rr*Mi, Jot attempting •> ecii h, On ly 30Miles From The 38th Parallel TOKYO, Feb. 20 ( F.NERAL MacARTHUR today ordered the United Nations Army which has broken the Chinese counter offensive to strike forward again after inflicting losses on the Chinese which were among the bloodiest of modern times. But independent military observers here pointed out that as re crossing of the 38th parallel was in the balance there were only 30 miles to be won in the west and less in the east. Also there are not many Communists left to kill in this area and killing them is General Matthew Ridfjway's avowed aim. ,, Seoul liesmith ,'f tin t.ut Alh.-.l tore* TS miW U Uw II n It.. A\l>\ (.1 \ 11: M MB I lad "' I aa Mama Mi ,i aisi i mi*j .. ini.Um, H fa ealoa. La/1 lli''" I I %  ''"" %  ipta*,'' ai ap. Attlee Wins By 7 Votes LONDON, Feb 20 Britain's Labour G tonight boat on by 7 votes the fourth Cimsi'ivaluiattempt in a fortnight I,, unseal it. B) MM voles to 295 the House jf Commons approved a Bill | the Government to write off a £30,000.000 loss on African groundnuts chi OM and to pusli on with tho es,ooo,on project. The Liberals voted ngainst the Government tonight. Voting,was ..nendincnt refusing to agree to the scheme Without an impartial InQU Previous Govcrnmei, 1 wire: Sled, in votsji; Meat, *. Defence 21 —Keuter the situation In the Wonju area) by relieving the mixed French and American force which had IHT I cut off at Chipyong—Reuter COMPULSORY RELIGION DJAKARTA. Feb. 20 Religious education has been n-adc compulsory in nil Indonesian M hi-i" It will occupy two hours a week in all public primary and tecondary ichools from the fourth form upwnrds.—Renter JAP PEACE TREATY V'H.UNflTON N 7. Feb. 20 John Foster Dulles. President Truman's special envoy, said here today that he expected a peace ireaty tot Japan to be drafted soon afltV his return to Washington tftli greek and Dulles wait speaking at a press conference at the end of his Pacific tour after consultations today with the New Zeulan.l Guwmmenl. —Renter EMERGENCY IN GRENADA (I lorn Oar Oatn < ,..rr-.ii4.nt %  GRENADA, Feb. 20 Acting Governor Green today declared a state of emergency In the colony while 25 polite at rived by air fro I supplement the itrainad locaJ <-onstabui i .ent* I'd day of the general strike of agricultural workers. No • t-n done to clear landslides on the western and nd workers of stiU mora eatataa lolnad the strik' a/nlcfa ami declared yesterday. Leaders have persisted intimidation, forcing many willing to aroti to down tool* in laar of raprlaals Rain damage was mainlv alone public roads but no loss of life property Is reported. Presently it K vary difficult to assess public works damauiTataphone repair-men managed si work i" tinwa a lar n i-oast today .• protaetlon, alao other public works' gangs near St. Georges. Communist Deputy Supports Anti-Red Italian Movement ROME. Feb. 20. Giancarlo Matteoti, Parliamentary Deputy of the Communist allied Socialist Parly, hus called for support of the antiCominform Italian Workers* Movement the newspaper Ginrnnle D'ltalia reported today. The paper said Matteoti son of Italian Socialist leader Oiacomo Matteoti. murdered on Mussolini's order in 1924 had expressed solidarity with rebel Commtrr.ist deputies Valdo Macnani und Aldo Cucchi. In a speech at Fratta Poleslnu ROVtfO, Matteot. Floods Cover Wide Areas Of liritain LONDON. Feb. 20 Floods covered wide areas of Britain to-day. The RM Thames, already, over its banks in low lying areas, was bank high further upstream and flowing swiftly. Warnings were sent out to i HI: kit dwellers. Warnings of heavy snow In Scotland were broadcast to-day. Snow has already held up traffic in parts of the country Many toads were also blocked by snow in North England Road patrols said there was widr uprrad flooding on roads in SOUtharn England, East Anglia nnd the Vldtand —Realer ESTATE OF HENRY FORD IS FOR SALE DETROIT. Feb 20 The estate of motorcar pioneer Henry Ford and Mrs Ford In Denrlxirn, Michigan, is for sale at more than S2.000.000 'ate covers almost two *Hiinre miles and lies air kan Avenue opposite the Ford There or* 27 buildings, including the palatial Ford home. l'Yron Cancels Visit To A&W.I. Flagship BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 20. Tin Presidential visit to the British Crulaar Suaeiw. n I Admiral Sir Richard Symonds-Taylor. Commander-inCh.ef. America and West Indie? station scheduled this morning was i.:> %  caocalaad at the last Arii i |ha crsna had lined up and a marine guard of honour formed on the quarter Back, the slap's loudspeakers broadcast a message lrom President Peron Lhat ha regretted lhat "OWUIg to unforeseen circunistances" he would be unable to attend. Ti:n Superb antarad Buenos Aires port : .i •.. Keuter Trinidad—Barbados Cricket Opens To-day Kensington Looks II ell (By The Advocate'* Snorl% Editor) KENSINGTON OVAL, where the first Trinidad-Barbados Test opens to-day. was a veritable hive ol activity when 1 visited there vesterday with the cameraman. in aptta of tiie naeani haav) %  rains the ground is in exoaUant | condition and reflects the greatest credit on those whow )ofa trim (or Uie tounMnwnl p„rts of w outaV Id m ra I 11 damp of course but lh< i muddy spots; the tuif was trim and v.i'll kept and u motor roller was chugging Industriously all oaat lha ground, levelling the surface and smoothing U cropped graas into the ideal nat\^ax for ii Bruce llatliaf, a well known figure in local crickel. was again in charge of operations on the twitch wicket. This was In a reasmably good condition and habeen covered every day after It has been prepared If no rain fell last night or early this morning he wn-ket should! If In I the bautnicn win %  < at 11.30 today. Jeffrey Sti lire ic.itTi %  %  • bitlin ; the ball high to a r,ng ol and thev were i hbi 01 Baldinj 'Ilien Andy %  % % % %  • •* ovoi He rut one lofty on., into tba Kan ngton Stand Clarence s 1 . u Jaffrei nHoUi elf Hunte. feni.s Atkinson anil KoUt Walcutl %  pent a long t catching u. Simpson Olluiao donnad the wh-ket-keeping pudai %  fad had %  oma gi id eatehj tiit miv ;, fi v .. lad bats men took the opptirlunity to bat on the practlca wukci a was no; q shirt front one I ut il pla/ad easy, in my OpU) a> On Pace K OX I III •SPOT BERLIN. Feb. 20. Four teachers in Koepe Blek, Kt Berlin, have lost their )olts for spanking school children in the seventh form, an East German new* agency reported. rt quoted the IJistrlct Board of Education as saying: "Beating children in school will not be tolerated." —aUuter No Improvement In W.I. Shipping iiim oar o.n Osstaasaaalaasj IX>NDON. Feb 20. Replying 1o a question in the House of Commons yesterday Mr Alfred Barnes. Minister of Trnnsport. was unable to report any Improvements In the United Kingdom-Caribbean soa passenger accommodation. Ills questioner was Mr. I. Wintcrbotiotn. a Socialist who wanted to know what steps were being taken to bring about improved %  arvli ai Mr Barnes In a written answer replied that cargo service* were satisfactory and that the quest. of passenger accommodation which there was "considerable pressure" was being examined by the Colonial Office and the Mltiist of Transport ported to have said: The Communi>t. call Cucchi, and Magnan: traitors. That is a grave error because the two deputu tellectuals cf value, and heroii%  abitn It is not a question l %  but of i i'< uragao u a erkti science which is in H datermining a national crisis" Matteoti was last week suspended from all party actvdj foi ix months-. His bock "C and Commu:.ism" aras condemnert I %  • lomplcte antithesis of the Jctrine prlicy and trad the party'. The par.y executive said the book was "based on information takan from aauroaa if stale anti Communist propaganda" If Matteoti's words at Fratt, Pol Mine arr c.nlirrned. he will bi the fir*t I' daputy of the extreme left wing openly to support Cue-In and Megnanl. Iteute Mr Griffiths Favours W.I. Student Centre m Oar Ovi C.rr*>p*Brali LONDON. Feb. 20. James Griffiths, reply, ng in %  writton answer to a question repeated his assurances lhat he was in favour of proposals for the erection of a West Indian students untilin l^.mlon He added that West Indian Governments were being Invited to give it their sympathetic Interest and consider whether any financial *upp.rt could be provided either from public at private nources. French Govl. Faces Defeat Ity IIARttl.il KIN<; PARIS, rVh N %  nil Qovattunani focniad i.y Raaa Pleven aavan inorttiM aao may fall next we'k Ix-cause Its sis gKHlpf eaanot agree about how Deputies ghall ba akctad t the OanaraJ BlacUon dua aonaa tun* this year. Various systems have %  ussed for months but i ninuH'tidi-d agrecinent thiiHighout government part lea. Oovarpsnanl is commute.i %  place an Elc.ti.ral Reform Bill aafora tha National Assembly on Tr.u-.i.i'. Whn 11 ..n Tueai> UM viii. mas dati i n %  nl's fate. To-mi>rrow the Cabinet *ill decide on which points in the t>il| they will ti-k the gttvarnrnaoVi Ufa >v mbinitllng them to ctmndence votes There was still dlsagreem<'nt t<>Qlfbl betw.ni Popular Ucpublle*n Mini ti n and others. —KcHler Steel Cut WASHINGTON, Feb. 2(T Slcel for Aifierican motor cirand other consumer goods will be Cut 20 pi i i asl quarter, the !'u>ductlon Authority aiinouuced today %  '.••, washing machines and other houaahold '.ire and utensils which will trulrr. EMPTY TRUCKS OTTAWA, Feb 20 l .n.o,in. Tran-port Ministei Liojiel Chevncr said lhat all Cana dlan railway (rucks on Americai lines must in future be returned %  !: ; •. ('..: .rt., Newsprint mills, which are hard nil by the waggon shortage. they must close unless transport ,was fount) to move pap*T segsT [hen* lacked warehouses — Reerter R< ds Demoifstratc Against ROIMTISOII TELA-V1V. 1 Six people %  %  .-i •ained am ne -lightly Injurad la drat Ion by ISO Communists ii Jerusalem tonight again t lo Israel >.t Qm Bli Brian Rob< rtson. British Land FOreai Com nander In tha Mid I nunists siiouiuui slogan^ ware Tying to approach the Kir %  when the clash occurred --Reuter. Defence Pacte For Burma P^o poe e d RAiaOOON, Vat U, A number o( UuDui'iagai l .i has proposed that hi< • ild sign defence 'Ii li.ilia. Pakistan and i make %  mlHtarj %  Mlh Britain and make agreement with the United %  tatoa. The member said h> DOngU %  aiy for tha Ch faataa Ol Burma "as et-lad China, not only pro ..egression against Korea but also against Tibet and InduChina." "Ttje TT—*fnr rf t'oiiimuin-t China ii being felt in all east Asian counWa a* 1 ha wanaaf. —Reyter. Turkey. Greece May Soon Join Atlantic Pact LONDON. Feb 20 Daemons on how to bfteg Oraai %  and Turkey into iettva ro-*.peratlon with Atlantic P.i. I powers for defence of the MedNartaaaaui arc likely to be taken in the next few weeh< n,l\ well informed quarters here said today. ri.m< for practical lidu. imeasures lo nwka aflaeUva last rear's twmlnaUoa at Qaaaea ami Turkey as associate BMraban M the AUanlk Pad noa aap an d two sets of discussions. 1. Anglo American talk*, or which the llrst has alraadj baaa held in Malta Tha; in' t<> be lontuiucd In Malta Mail mi.i,tii whan M I ..uiing to a isually reliable source, they wtlj nake definite recommendationibout the function of Greece ..mi Turkey in defence of the Eastern Merllteiiaueau and the Balkans Discussions which Grncral Dwight Elsenhower will undertaka Whan he gets down to work .1 S H A P E Headquarters No binding recommend Jiintv, either on the functions of Greece and Turkey, or on tho general defence of the southern flank of the Atlantic Command can be lakcii without the co-operation and approval of General Elsenhower UMiieee Delegates Go To Moseow LONDON, Feb 20. A Chinese datasjBUon lad b) \. -LID % %  .of Commatca has arrived in Moscow S n'iet News Agency Taaa report* i %  t %  u Bovlat i ii-ii.ii la ,i.. —Keuter. (.1. I ban believe that the .: the Eastern bailn of rttanean and of the Bnl %  be one of Ihe nrt mat an lo I ic mvesliK.iti'il when In settles do an to work in Europe, There has been no official com ent here on the intei v icw granted this week by Greek 1'ieiniei Sop hot %  !'". Vi-ni/elos to I London newspaper correspondent in which he stressed the need to build up the dnfemes ol Grecoin the face of Cominform rearmament But it is understood that this point of view has continually been expressed by Greek authorities to British and American military missions in Athens, and the need is being taken -enmisly by both Governments —Reuter. the former South i> capitHl show no mate*) in. the ut' Observora said that militarily. Seoul H wot' I %  he day of political advantages from Its recapture is gone. As the Chinese retreatcl in the northeast from the eentr.l Roll] leavhiK mlnerlclds. der bridges, roads and "Minnie M|Ud" In their wake. M.n \i visited Wonju, frontline of Coaa%  %  the danger ,'i" ol Wonju suddenly collapsed. thiii.tl Stat.' negro troops cop1 ist slrongliiitd m tins i miles north of ('hechon. Supported by tanks. charged into the burning village after Allied jel planes ami IU'IIL" bomber* had "buUdotad" their a*ay through Conununisl with ruckCU and napalm buear-s. Ill the salient ashart B reans drova to arlthln :i the key road and rail centre last %  Koreans to-daj punched forward Uehind armoured vanguards. MacAnhajr class-ribeci chinos* losses in last week's reversal ao "among the bloodiest In modern limes" and said casualties among the best Chinese troops arouU bi difficult to replace. On n ilie 38th parallel, he whila naawanl Truman had Indicated that crossing was to be resolved In accordance with ail liidnmeiH ..:l "iwn-niHf in Chi. he wanted to make it quite clear lanl if the issue actually arose he should not arbitrarily execute that authority MacArlhur said ho ,,'..-,1 Mai shal Btalin had prs I o annihilation of United Nations his comnaoaa will have to do a lot better thru ihey bava fit dDtta lo prov.> him %  arephal The Supn-me Ci mmander making hut niu'h \ > to the front visited and praised tha KM in i, h.ittahon which did i lighting at ChipyWng |a. t week —Heate-. TELL THE ADVOCATE | TIIE NEW* 4 RING 3111 II DAY OR NIGHT Ordered To Sow Tha i AHIICUIII Greek Govt. GrisiK ATHENS. Feb. 20 Greek Prime Mimsi.i los is expected to cut *h. 11 | to*JD of Epuua and return to Athens 'i ra i row to face a G 1 crisis. He will be raeoivad by the King. The crisis loomed tonight when Panayotis Cam ropoulos told Parliament that his Populist Unionist Party would wlthdra* -vupport fi'jm the Govara has 37 Deputies. Venizelos' coalition of Liberals and Democratic Socialists holds 100 .os's out* if ?80 in Par! —Reuter IIUDAPEST. Feb. 20. ingarian Deparlmei>l of iti.-ci... nrriered com pulsory sowing of .1-1 ,t |'|. %  ,-, %  %  balkvad t" be . |og Reuter TIBETANS AND RED CHINESE NEGOTIATE NEW DELHI, K.-ii 20. Negotiatiun batwaan nbatani and Chlnaai Conununlati are in it ChaOabo, eastern %  iding to o report to-day Wgliagaaa al Kahmpo ig on urder. %  %  i %  Lun.a's emissaries might go to 11 —K. ut. I Red Charges Without Foundation MUST FIGHT OR PAY r.VOAPEST. Feb. 20 Hungarians exempted 11 health or olhereasons must pay a spi yearly or guardians must pay the tax for men PARIS, Feb. 20. The note which France handed %  %  of February b said: "The France I grets that in its note v Government reiterates and further %  relating to the policy anil mter.clom. the United States and also KepubltC ire absoM of international ten%  all peoples, that It demands study both serious and clear that thi causes of tension cannot be elim.ii..t.-l .-ithoul previously being ilenliricd It is evidently not German problems which are the • rigin of the present tension The French Government wishes lie moreover, that there ixisl in Western Germany any German military force %  man war ndustry and lhat the only accomplished fact in this domain in Europe is Ihe massive armament of the Soviet I Iw which extends to forces raised in Eastern Germany In brief, as the French Government dssrlares ts of December 22. the serious tension which now exists, arises in the first psaee i by th Oovemment of the Soviet Union .since the end of the war. The S ricned the defence programme oi ihe free nations of Europe and the Cm ted State* It must be as *p. i-rntnmi Id pul lie opinion, that 'he free nations ol %  forces maintained b) Union and control and in tin | tion bv Ifk nment of narti of a large maioriiy of member?; of the Unttad Nations notional control and red armaments, have no course to preept to retired', difference in Ihe armed forces existing in the Tha Government of tl I Republic wishes so lo ... I thai %  in the meeting ol fotfl ministers shall include tin %  l:,lil, TUKSDAV 27TII. WKD.NKSDAY 28TII. Tlll'RSDAY 1ST MARCH; FRIDAY 2ND, MONDAY. .VTH M \K< II fN.B.—No Play nn SATURDAY 3rd due lo B.T.C. Ram) Those Store* and Business Offices which had arranged to close are asked to do so 00 the faUowulJI days; Wed. 2lat; Thurs. 22nd; S*t 24th; Tw \VI nth, Thurs. 1st March. W. F. HOVOS. Hony. Secty. B.C A



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATI. WMHUB MT, FEBRUARY 21, mi Cahib galting TSIir COCKTAIL I'AHTY H the Barbados Aquatic Club last night was given by Mr. John Kcrbay. Manager of xhe Pattalsum Marketing Co, Ltd Trinidad, marketers of Shell and Regent Petroleum Products. •M party, given U> honour of and to meet Mr. A. E. F Burn*-* .in m Assistant Manager 0/ Ibe Company. was attended by uromuiant butln—nmen of the Island and local riieots 0/ the company. Engaged A T a family* gathering held the home of Mr. and Mrs. P Perkins on Saturday night the i ngagement was announced of Carol their eldest daughter li Mr. Basil Cozier, son of Mr and Mrs E. L. Coiiei uf Sa 0 Juan. Ti IMU.. Cents -"'n wearing overcoats in broad Street, and one man Wag observed Which thev are now living: Ruwlc M R. WILLIAM TAPP from goi.. K lo the J 1a Cinema wear Farley, new President H' WlSU, Halifax Canada is In Barba">g 0 thick lumber jacket and a who says he still has two *Aore dos for four months. His hobbles (ur-llned cap. The film billed (01 years of study in England before are fishing and hunting. He first showing was "White HM1 returning to British Guiana; and came to Barbados sixty one years _. . _ H. D. Carberry, former President ago as a cabin boy on a sailing Should DC Fun of WlSlf. now a uu.ililiui iwrnster ship. Hi* wages. tli n. were twenty w BEE that JOKE and EELCO and expecting to relur n to Jamaica cents a month But in those days J. wiEllKNUA the D u l c li ,; '"'" >hi* year. than they do now Mr. Tapp Cacrabank." guest at Worthy Effort S FAH back as I rauggl ber. Barbados has never had a Women's University Club. One however, is to be formed shortly. So Mrs. John March-Penny tells me. They hope to have their first meeting to-morrow uftei lie giving „ porforrnance at the Marine Hotel on Saturday Feb. 24th. They are having a Cabaret Dinner Pai popular with the many tourist* frfr'^ Fancy Dress M ANY students, despite sh. the ihort notice of the dance and ilhout being able to tell if their %  fends, WOUtd follow suit, decided A S FAH back as I raniem,e,e s **" a u ,ocau to r.*k turning up in fancy dress. ber. Barbados ha* nevei had %l/— L -_J AarfmL F 11 "ir *.s go to Dicky Fox oi nu nrnvais Jamaloa, who uri**ed up as a ROSS TURNER arif" !" i ,na, "^ 'i T^^T^SS h Highlander and also to Mr*, Pearl l f le Connor, Tormer Secretary of WlSU. St IT£"*L J her husband who wn ^o, American outfit rom l is with Messrs .1 N H.... .,... %  (1 faV( ,urably with that of her home in Worthing. ember. gJSSL^ffSB £££* ^'"^ """^ beawell. Also returning over the Mrs Agnc* U M RS. A rived from Trinidad over NEW YORK A BaVTISH 'uini to New York six mouth* ago in search of fame, has found it where *hc lea* expeatM M n the window of a Broadway penny arcade painting tie-; eight hours a day. For pretty. 20-year-old Patricia Lyons, of Bownng Park Avenue. Liverpool, the stares of the thousands who stop every day to gaze at her through the window we fame enough for the present. unimportant beside the steady £ 12 a week she makes with hei art L n predictable What does absorb her attanUus Is li.< nu and the unpi tdu-tat.ilii) ran male taste in i)lu>~tfated neckwear In the past lew week.sit. 1 has painted 01 binj from late mode) cars to bright blue dragons and pink racehoi Now she is awaiting the arrival of a customer who has | I to bring in two live leopards and have them reproduced • % %  Jake her live co-workers (a Russian, a Pole, a South Aom, can. a Japanese and an A Indian) Patricia was ftrH to take up the work by the cruUe gum hanging in the window "R U an Artist? Have You got the urge to PAINT" 1 IE SO, COME RIGHT IN YOU'RE WELCOME There were few CormaUUi Miss Lyons told me She wai given an artist'* bright r< i a handful of brushes, a palette %  nd paint', and told to start painting. Her tirst subject was a set of false teeth on a tie Crazy Requests '•That was just a lieginning." she said "Every request since then has seemed crazier than the last. There was a bartender who wanted HAPPY NEW YEAR paintod across his tie. A Hen lion Children NNING from next week and continuing weakly children not older than 12 years are asked to *end to th* Editor. Chikiitn Corner, short stories on any subject they choose Si must not be more than 200 words In length A prise will be given for the bast story, which will be pubuar-. ed in our Sunday's paper (children's corner). Storm must be tent in not later than Thursday every week B.B.C. Programme wrosnMTMv. i m I M-. M I M m. r \ i i'ii i i k M •Blue dragona. puia Itora • 3S a m Tha nuik son ioune, 1 <•> Th N*. lllim Hc. Ai^Jyai*, J IB %  ni From UM BIIO(UU. 7 a* ,r. >%  8'' Poraa> > %  n I *. Ihara. IS .m How < nif' I K .. in lularluO*. %  JO n. Wi.ik ai.u *U.^.IK laVaan pnuaa -. Aanane* Sam Th* Naw. t 10 a .it. | iiotii BflUiP II II a m Progm^iiw Farad*. II SB am UManert ChoUa. II 4* am IUK.I % % %  ..I _. ,„„.,! II IMO.1 Tha M. lilt bm N. Ai.-I.a. 17 IS ti in Cloa* Dvi 4 IS pin. Seuvatun oT UuM. v III CunitMh ,4 ihr Wk. t ij in Marsarrt Cot* i U p.m Buimla lo.iT.ld, < pi,, SI,.,,, uia, quartal S IS a OJ riuni Ihr mud Prodlinnmr t 46 u.Ot Pi.ifj-^mir,. Parade LSt-d.U pm UM m a UU a>. "A ii. .HI with a mink farn. AWitcd a blw mink on bis tie; thi 0W*kar of a taxicab fleet ..anted pntures of ins cabs; a i.i in L idered ties illustrating their own iigjrwtu;.; another uiganlsauon wanted ties orna. Ufa bottles of M.H drinks; in wanted a tie showing bottle of milk." Jokes Popular Joke ttaj (-i 10s. eaeti) are i.pular One of MUM Lyons'* bows a horse standing bookmaker's stand placing •> Another shows a drunken Dglnj to a lamppost. 1 a 4S.4S LI of y university are welcome a ci nav On* ot The club main ob,ects wee k_0< i w „ will be to help local girls deservJ^mona *iice ing a university education who „„ p,,,^ hosp hl may not have the necessary funds. W0lk wjm rfjfc am| have one with a •AoUrabip & lUclXottl of ^.^t Sli;ilM ., from Trinidad 0VM for a montli'h holiduy Back To Trinidad M'\ from the club. Of course take a little time, but it seems most worthy undertaking. CROSSWORD 1 1 %  aO_J 1 1 %  1 1 1 M" I I boa* rai* %  Uib gsma tvitlrul > T|7 i in BdxaiU >irbl* (otMnr In DO'IM !s*liiun IT •el dUl not to lln la SUuntsH of 'tllu tor tlnawa (J 1.1 Luna <&l 14 Kent. '* TS Hl> wuis v u-JailT uasctiaiou* i*i is. Tr*' II i*at JRCr i.,i irnl id sis' b( aiuoostinn r % %  r If) AJOR AND MRS HOLDEN ..fao were stay injf .it Cfi Co. bank, have returned to Tunidud ..re Major Holden if with I L L t| I I'., n Mrs Mr ind Mr*.. Malcolm Butt whi Turner and Mrs Potter are Kinylnw were nlso staying there have reAfiOm Guest House. Rockley. turned to Trinidad accompanied by %  v ibcir sun Mr. Butt is li solicitor li Week-end Depnrturet Trinidad. RS KATHLKKN I/)UKKNCO c ... yhn w as m Barbados for the Snort Vlglt put six weeks In the interests of AM" tt B D Y FDOI,,u -. fier liealth. returned to Trinidad on 1T Director of Messrs. llanschel Sunday by B W.I A. Her Larson Co. Ltd. and Mrs daughter Molly who came up with &Wm nave gone to Trinidad for her has also returned to Trinidad, a holiday Mr fcdghill i expected Molly wUI probably bg returning '_'.;, to Canada in April They were stayiui: tt Ciuest House Back Front U.S. H. ROY CI-\RKE. a Barba WR AND MRS. GEOFTREY dlnn who has been working JTI LUCU SMITH who In the U S. for the past twenty holidaying in Barbados visiting MX years is now In Barbados on Mr. Lucle Smith's relatives have his first trip home -*0* "' *< u ''' f r Tnnidad to the U S He 1stavlnc With Mr Lime Smith i. , Peti lean httparent*. Mr and Mr* J. E En..K., ^.th the Soeony Vacuum Clarke of Belmont Road THEATRE WgDNMDAY THUaaOAV %  • 'BTRgtN OT IAN 'HANCIKTO Tl.r 1.1 P;iH ill $ New F*ilal %  OS p.m Radio Nru*al. S IS IIJI Hooka U. rrad. I K o in An I ki** f-r I 4S p in CIIOIUWI ul UiW I |i in MUliiiivm f .-i,.nil n I.-, iin n-via M.IUII 9 W u in Tlo l..p lunaa. 10 t> in Tha N.. IB 14 oi. KdltorUU. IS IJ o in TimkuMu-aid; %  f 4S v m Mid *c,-k Ulk: It prn. From Proaramni*. \4>l A TH II I II (l\HI\ JMambarsOnly) MATIMI. TOOA1 .it I p m HiMt.HI fl HlMiiKKim NKiHT at •• BUSAM HAYWARD in "THK LOST %IOMK\T" with Agi r* MOOREHEAD Joan LORRING—John ARCMr P. • A Unr.Ti'al-liitcrnational Ra J aa n Vi.\'£.\ Tkrntre-Bridgttown (DIAL 2310) i. RDgtAT a Tiiuna **t a sso om. WHITE HEAT ""aStraL Mat TMURS IN pm isai mi "CODE Or' THE MAUOLE'' i.n.isi. nos IMS inn i SAAWI raiOAV i*>. 4Ai a n p JR 'TARZAN A THE SLAVE GIRL" "for < AN HEAT THE A IUMB" PLAZA Tha>aire--Q/5r//V [DIAL 8404) BELOW THE DEADLINE & MR.MlWiNKIDLSAGAIN %  ., i DvoBU : I.-. SJJ M| | 1 lh* Bowny aM MIOMTC SAT Mtrt A Monoaiaii I>Jbli %  BROWN In irjotm I. \llil l.s or THI. Mlllllt* a\ntrn> OF in oi IH miD..5/T. SUN s a S.M i %  "''HI AcUo' •MONTANA'' i oiw b> Tnknirobr GAIETY— (THE GARDEN) ST. JAMES TUDAV S. TOUORRUW 1.30 n in. .Paramount DoubUri RED HOT and BLUE & THIS GUN (or HIRE ollli Alan IMd mi; \< i i i. Jill KM V i Cinnulot Oeunit VI* & m MAT SUN. i pin BAD MEN OF TOMBSTONE Mario*)'tUjr-.ld. *, EdKh.ll toi wTtl probably remain liiiigur holiday Vicitcd Relatives M'l %  iat. (4) 15) Rupert and the blue Firework —6 HUM a It" •" in Uis if Animal mu.e reisii' -'.i,.miia v—TP:p.n tJh*i on* el [fas blur lirtr'k that Pora-I'.i.i" lui puked up, -it', ttn add." hi iv.. "I > : i-iic ili. g JLI %  4 t.'.notk. but UlUI I t*s/l und'tM^iiil it. why he midilir %  "Ho.h. i ->*ti." *li tpcr* the litlk prk* ^-, . O'vou hfax suyihuiK J linn i ilut uinng iMtatr I lold von about, I'i qunr elevr Sun ..' aouiui in <'tit u J n a CM rasr. It u lot lowrd b, 4 lunoo* bUti of *n>d ih.it gria aVfBWf *nd -.mar. tM Irlo-t ilwy ktto* wht it hantntiii,t ihr iwa <"i U :< imd ihgtaattvai bcmit hut*! oB tlinr Igs* -nd up 4ir. To-nif/hi visit €LUB MORGAN Tii^ ninut Baaa W al Nloal Club from Miami to R u-llh a it'orid-u-ioV rtjmlaiion /or unod /nod Music, Dancing Entertainment throughout the night Dial 4000 foi reietvationt John White Men's Shan 8 36 -10 19 BOOTS ?•* H 15 TAN-SAD 12 27 EVANS & WHITFiEi.nS Dial 4606 Your Shoe Slores Ballerinas Velvat Finish, Rubber Sole Black. Brown 2-25 t 0 2-34 Go-Carts 14* Dial 4220


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* **"*-"** ii>a^ ntu.'c.ii'ni, r >t\v .-in i _i. ibji _________________________ ^S_ -^ *
MACARTHUR ORDERS U.N.TROOPS ON
Leaves Jail To
Lead Gold Coast 9s
Firs I Parliament
GOLD COAST, Feb. 20.
^HITE KOBED Kwame Nkrumah, the victori-
ous party leader who last week was a prisoner
in Accra jail, drove in triumph through cheering
crowds today to the opening of British Africa's first
Parliament.
His cor, covered with the national red. v.
headed the convoy of Ji4 oilier memlx-i s of hi Cotventioi
People'* Party which won 38 of 75 African senls in last
week's Parliamentary elections.
---------------------------- Clarke,
^ I1f, ^^ Govamor o* tha Gold Caaat, apaa.
I'OUI* I IV I B*a1*ftfl ','i.nmcni which
Disorganised
UM of whom are
i imtnlttraUva crucial*
Up put lefore the House for
approv.il a UK <>f members for
appointment as Ministers After
ling in and with thl
House legallv constitute.!, tha
; l-ft
Tin- HouM unanimously elected
Emmanuel Qulest as ihe lii't
Speaker lie wu proposed by
rho Hid "The 0oU
Coast faces a very critical moment
n Its history. We Will have tr
LONDON, Feb. 20
Industrial unreal spread In
liritain toilav. disorganised four
Key ports and slowed movement
of freight on railways. In London.
Glasgow. Manchester and Birken-
head, over 18,000 dockers staged
a tene-day strike lime.
i ide with the appearance in a
J-ondon Court of seven dock And somebody lor Speak.
workers who are charged with! party politics. Impartial
inciting dockers to strike illegallv. J rian of integrity "--Reuter
The case was adjourned until at Kt _________________
Tuesday atnl the strikers voted to
return to work to-morrow and r
come out again when the seven
leaders reappear before the
Court On the railways more men
decided today to begin go-slow
tactics or to stage token strike..
next week-end. -Renter.
lib-."!!
id
Reds Can lie
Checketl
-SHINWEU
Condemned Nazis
Sent Back To Cells
LONDON, Feb. 20.
Minister Emr
ivi-- in lli-'
I nTN'ii
I.ANDSBERG. Bavaria, Feb. 20.
Seven loiidemned Nazi war
criminals In I-nndsberg prison
**re to-day back in the cells they
left last month, when they were
moved ready for execution, and
seven freshly dug graves
pilaun cemetery had
in again.
The men were allowed to sew
on to their red jackets buttons
removed earlier as a security
precaution a West German news
agency reported. The reason is
that application for a writ of
Habeas Corpus on their behalf is
pending in Washington.
Yesterday, relatives of the con-
demned man weic told titty could
visit them
Today. Law Tuesday had origin-
ally been fixed as the last day for
visits.
Defence lawyers are to send
another appeal to John McCluy.
American High Commissioner in
Germany, u was said
Reuter.
Defence Minister Emmanuel
Shinwell. said today recent events
in Korea had shown "beyond all
doubt" ihat Chinese and North
Korean lorces" can be checkea
and mastered".
Latest information indicated that
the Chinese counter offensive hod
been halted he told the Commons.
The military situation was far
more favourable than seemed
possible a short time ago.
But he warned that the perils
ronfronimg United Notions loives
were still formidable and occa-
sional difficulties might emerg".
Shinwell said Britain's total
csualtie.; in Korea w-rre 145 killed,
442 wounded. 244 missing and 61
prisoners
American casualties at 48.035
Including B.I 54 killed, were
severe he said.
Shinwell said that the British
Commonwealth 27th BrtgadJ
Monday and I played a large part n
I.I I ll\<. HI \i
nA7/7',.7i' tKFFftl HTOLI //. > /'/.'
fast aaaalar Prim Jmtm pail in angei
hi tin tUp catching modMas "' Kcnmngin
OraJ wNfenfay a/(rr*Mi, Jot
attempting > ecii h,
On ly 30Miles From
The 38th Parallel
TOKYO, Feb. 20
( F.NERAL MacARTHUR today ordered the
" United Nations Army which has broken the
Chinese counter offensive to strike forward again
after inflicting losses on the Chinese which were
among the bloodiest of modern times.
But independent military observers here
pointed out that as re crossing of the 38th parallel
was in the balance there were only 30 miles to be
won in the west and less in the east. Also there
are not many Communists left to kill in this area
and killing them is General Matthew Ridfjway's
avowed aim. ,, ,
Seoul lie- smith ,'f tin
t.ut Alh.-.l tore*
TS miW U Uw II n It..
A\l>\ (.1 \ 11: M MB I......lad
' "'.....I.....aa Mama Mi ,i aisi
i mi*j .. ini.Um, h fa ealoa. La/1
lli''" I I ''"" ipta*,''.....ai ap.
Attlee Wins
By 7 Votes
LONDON, Feb 20
Britain's Labour G
tonight boat on by 7 votes the
fourth Cimsi'ivalui- attempt in a
fortnight I,, unseal it.
B) MM voles to 295 the House
jf Commons approved a Bill
| the Government to
write off a 30,000.000 loss on
African groundnuts
chi OM and to pusli on with tho
es,ooo,on project.
The Liberals voted ngainst the
Government tonight. Voting,was
..nendincnt
refusing to agree to the scheme
Without an impartial InQU
Previous Govcrnmei,1
wire: Sled, in votsji; Meat, *.
Defence 21 Keuter
the situation In the Wonju area)
by relieving the mixed French and
American force which had Iht i
cut off at ChipyongReuter
COMPULSORY RELIGION
DJAKARTA. Feb. 20
Religious education has been
n-adc compulsory in nil Indone-
sian m hi-i"
It will occupy two hours a
week in all public primary and
tecondary ichools from the fourth
form upwnrds.Renter
JAP PEACE TREATY
V'H.UNflTON N 7. Feb. 20
John Foster Dulles. President
Truman's special envoy, said here
today that he expected a peace
ireaty tot Japan to be drafted soon
afltV his return to Washington
tftli greek and
Dulles wait speaking at a press
conference at the end of his Pacific
tour after consultations today with
the New Zeulan.l Guwmmenl.
Renter
EMERGENCY
IN GRENADA
(I lorn Oar Oatn < ,..rr-.ii4.nt
GRENADA, Feb. 20
Acting Governor Green today
declared a state of emergency In
the colony while 25 polite at rived
by air fro I supple-
ment the itrainad locaJ <-onstabu-
i i .ent*
I'd day of the general
strike of agricultural workers. No
t-n done to clear
landslides on the western and
nd workers of stiU
mora eatataa lolnad the strik'
a/nlcfa ami declared yesterday.
Leaders have persisted intimida-
tion, forcing many willing to aroti
to down tool* in laar of raprlaals
Rain damage was mainlv alone
public roads but no loss of life
property Is reported.
Presently it K vary difficult to
assess public works damaui- Tata-
phone repair-men managed si
work i" tin- waalarn i-oast today
. . protaetlon, alao other
public works' gangs near St.
Georges.
Communist Deputy
Supports Anti-Red
Italian Movement
ROME. Feb. 20.
Giancarlo Matteoti, Parliamentary Deputy of the Commu-
nist allied Socialist Parly, hus called for support of the anti-
Cominform Italian Workers* Movement the newspaper
Ginrnnle D'ltalia reported today.
The paper said Matteoti son of Italian Socialist leader Oia-
como Matteoti. murdered on Mussolini's order in 1924 had
expressed solidarity with rebel Commtrr.ist deputies Valdo
Macnani und Aldo Cucchi.
In a speech at Fratta Poleslnu
ROVtfO, Matteot.
Floods Cover Wide
Areas Of liritain
LONDON. Feb. 20
Floods covered wide areas of
Britain to-day. The RM
Thames, already, over its banks
in low lying areas, was bank
high further upstream and
flowing swiftly.
Warnings were sent out to
i hi: kit dwellers.
Warnings of heavy snow In
Scotland were broadcast to-day.
Snow has already held up traffic
in parts of the country
Many toads were also blocked
by snow in North England Road
patrols said there was widr
uprrad flooding on roads in
SOUtharn England, East Anglia
nnd the Vldtand
Realer
ESTATE OF HENRY
FORD IS FOR SALE
DETROIT. Feb 20
The estate of motorcar pioneer
Henry Ford and Mrs Ford In
Denrlxirn, Michigan, is for sale at
more than S2.000.000
'ate covers almost two
*Hiinre miles and lies air
kan Avenue opposite the Ford
There or* 27 buildings, includ-
ing the palatial Ford home.
l'Yron Cancels Visit
To A&W.I. Flagship
BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 20.
Tin Presidential visit to the
British Crulaar Suaeiw. n
I Admiral Sir Richard
Symonds-Taylor. Commander-in-
Ch.ef. America and West Indie?
station scheduled this morning was
i.:> caocalaad at the last
Arii i |ha crsna had lined
up and a marine guard of honour
formed on the quarter Back, the
slap's loudspeakers broadcast a
message lrom President Peron
Lhat ha regretted lhat "OWUIg to
unforeseen circunistances" he
would be unable to attend. Ti:n
Superb antarad Buenos Aires port
:.i ..
- Keuter
TrinidadBarbados
Cricket Opens To-day
Kensington Looks II ell
(By The Advocate'* Snorl% Editor)
KENSINGTON OVAL, where the first Trinidad-Bar-
bados Test opens to-day. was a veritable hive ol activity
when 1 visited there vesterday with the cameraman.
in aptta of tiie naeani haav)
rains the ground is in exoaUant
| condition and reflects the greatest
credit on those whow )ofa
trim (or Uie tounMnwnl
, prts of w outaV Id m ra I 11
damp of course but lh< i
muddy spots; the tuif was trim
and v.i'll kept and u motor roller
was chugging Industriously all
oaat lha ground, levelling the sur-
face and smoothing U
cropped graas into the ideal nat-
\^ax for ii
Bruce llatliaf, a well known
figure in local crickel. was again
in charge of operations on the
twitch wicket. This was In a reas-
mably good condition and ha-
been covered every day after It
has been prepared If no rain fell
last night or early this morning
he wn-ket should! If In I
the bautnicn win <
at 11.30 today.
Jeffrey Sti
lire ic.itTi . bitlin ;
the ball high to a r,ng ol
and thev were i hbi 01 Baldinj
'Ilien Andy ' ' * ovoi
He rut one lofty on., into tba Kan
ngton Stand
Clarence s1. u
Jaffrei nHoUi elf Hunte.
feni.s Atkinson anil KoUt Walcutl
pent a long t
catching u.
Simpson Olluiao donnad the
wh-ket-keeping pud- ai
fad had oma gi id eatehj
tii- t miv ;, f- iv .. lad bats
men took the opptirlunity to bat
on the practlca wukci a was no;
q shirt front one I ut il pla/ad
easy, in my OpU)
, a> On Pace K
OX I III
SPOT
BERLIN. Feb. 20.
Four teachers in Koepe
Blek, Kt Berlin, have lost
their )olts for spanking
school children in the sev-
enth form, an East German
new* agency reported.
rt quoted the IJistrlct
Board of Education as say-
ing: "Beating children in
school will not be tolerated."
aUuter
No Improvement
In W.I. Shipping
iiim oar o.n Osstaasaaalaasj
IX>NDON. Feb 20.
Replying 1o a question in the
House of Commons yesterday Mr
Alfred Barnes. Minister of Trnns-
port. was unable to report any
Improvements In the United King-
dom-Caribbean soa passenger
accommodation.
Ills questioner was Mr. I. Win-
tcrbotiotn. a Socialist who wanted
to know what steps were being
taken to bring about improved
arvli ai
Mr Barnes In a written answer
replied that cargo service* were
satisfactory and that the quest.
of passenger accommodation
which there was "considerable
pressure" was being examined by
the Colonial Office and the Mltiist
of Transport
ported to have said: The Com-
muni>t. call Cucchi, and Magnan:
traitors. That is a grave error
because the two deputu
tellectuals cf value, and heroii-
abitn
It is not a question l
but of i i'< uragaoua erkti
science which is in H
datermining a national
crisis"
Matteoti was last week sus-
pended from all party actvdj foi
ix months-. His bock "C
and Commu:.ism" aras condemnert
I lomplcte antithesis of the
Jctrine prlicy and trad '
the party'.
The par.y executive said the
book was "based on information
takan from aauroaa if stale anti
Communist propaganda"
If Matteoti's words at Fratt,
Pol Mine arr c.nlirrned. he will bi
the fir*t I' daputy of
the extreme left wing openly to
support Cue-In and Megnanl.
Iteute
Mr
Griffiths Favours
W.I. Student Centre
m Oar Ovi C.rr*>p*Brali
LONDON. Feb. 20.
James Griffiths, reply, ng
in writton answer to a question
repeated his assurances lhat he
was in favour of proposals for the
erection of a West Indian students
until- in l^.mlon
He added that West Indian
Governments were being Invited
to give it their sympathetic
Interest and consider whether any
financial *upp.rt could be pro-
vided either from public at
private nources.
French Govl.
Faces Defeat
Ity IIARttl.il kin<;
PARIS, rVh N
nil Qovattunani focniad
i.y Raaa Pleven aavan inorttiM aao
may fall next we'k Ix-cause Its sis
gKHlpf eaanot agree about how
Deputies ghall ba akctad t the
OanaraJ BlacUon dua aonaa tun*
this year. Various systems have
ussed for months but
i ninuH'tidi-d agrecinent
thiiHighout government part lea.
Oovarpsnanl is commute.i !
place an Elc.ti.ral Reform Bill
aafora tha National Assembly on
Tr.u-.i.i'.
Whn 11 ..n Tuea-
i> Um viii. mas dati i n
nl's fate. To-mi>rrow
the Cabinet *ill decide on which
points in the t>il| they will ti-k
the gttvarnrnaoVi Ufa >v mbinit-
llng them to ctmndence votes
There was still dlsagreem<'nt t<>-
Qlfbl betw.ni Popular Ucpubll-
e*n Mini ti n and others.
KcHler
Steel Cut
WASHINGTON, Feb. 2(T
Slcel for Aifierican motor cir-
and other consumer goods will be
Cut 20 pi i i asl quar-
ter, the !'u>ductlon
Authority aiinouuced today
'., wash-
ing machines and other houaahold
'.ire and utensils
which will
trulrr.
EMPTY TRUCKS
OTTAWA, Feb 20
l .n.o,in. Tran-port Ministei
Liojiel Chevncr said lhat all Cana
dlan railway (rucks on Americai
lines must in future be returned
'!: ; . ('..: .rt.,
Newsprint mills, which are hard
nil by the waggon shortage.
they must close unless transport
,was fount) to move pap*T segsT
[hen* lacked warehouses Reerter
R< ds Demoifstratc
Against RoImtIsoii
TELA-V1V. 1
Six people " .-i ained am
ne -lightly Injurad la
drat Ion by ISO Communists ii
Jerusalem tonight again t
lo Israel >.t Qm Bli Brian Rob-
< rtson. British Land FOreai Com
nander In tha Mid I
nunists siiouiuui slogan^ ware
Tying to approach the Kir
when the clash
occurred --Reuter.
Defence Pacte For
Burma P^opoeed
RAiaOOON, Vat U,
A number o( Uu- Dui'iagai
l .i has proposed that hi<
ild sign defence
'Ii li.ilia. Pakistan and
i make mlHtarj
Mlh Britain and make
agreement with the United
tatoa.
The member said h> DOngU

aiy for tha Ch faataa Ol Burma "as
et-lad China, not only pro
..egression against Korea
but also against Tibet and Indu-
China."
"Ttje TT*fnr rf t'oiiimuin-t
China ii being felt in all east
Asian counWaa*1 ha wanaaf.
Reyter.
Turkey. Greece
May Soon Join
Atlantic Pact
LONDON. Feb 20
Daemons on how to bfteg
Oraai and Turkey into iettva
ro-*.peratlon with Atlantic P.i. I
powers for defence of the Med-
Nartaaaaui arc likely to be taken
in the next few weeh< n- ,l\
well informed quarters here said
today.
ri.m< for practical lidu. i-
measures lo nwka aflaeUva last
rear's twmlnaUoa at Qaaaea ami
Turkey as associate BMraban M
the AUanlk Pad noa aapand
two sets of discussions.
1. Anglo American
talk*, or which the llrst has al-
raadj baaa held in Malta Tha;
in' t<> be lontuiucd In Malta
Mail mi.i,tii whan m i ..uiing to a
isually reliable source, they wtlj
nake definite recommendation-
ibout the function of Greece ..mi
Turkey in defence of the Eastern
Merllteiiaueau and the Balkans
Discussions which Grncral
Dwight Elsenhower will under-
taka Whan he gets down to work
.1 S H A P E Headquarters
No binding recommend Jiintv,
either on the functions of Greece
and Turkey, or on tho general de-
fence of the southern flank of the
Atlantic Command can be lakcii
without the co-operation and ap-
proval of General Elsenhower
UMiieee Delegates
Go To Moseow
LONDON, Feb 20.
A Chinese datasjBUon lad b)
\. -Lid ' .of Com-
matca has arrived in Moscow
S n'iet News Agency Taaa report*
i t u Bovlat i ii-ii.ii la
,i.. Keuter.
(.1. I ban believe that the
.: the Eastern bailn of
rttanean and of the Bnl
be one of Ihe nrt mat
an lo I ic mvesliK.iti'il when In
settles do an to work in Europe,
There has been no official com
ent here on the intei v icw granted
this week by Greek 1'ieiniei Sop
hot!'". Vi-ni/elos to I London news-
paper correspondent in which he
stressed the need to build up the
dnfemes ol Greco- in the face of
Cominform rearmament
But it is understood that this
point of view has continually been
expressed by Greek authorities to
British and American military
missions in Athens, and the need
is being taken -enmisly by both
Governments
Reuter.
the former South i>
capitHl show no mate*)
in. the ut' Observora said that
militarily. Seoul H wot' I
he day of political advantages
from Its recapture is gone.
As the Chinese retreatcl in the
northeast from the eentr.l Roll]
leavhiK mlnerlclds. der
bridges, roads and "Minnie
M|Ud" In their wake. M.n \i
visited Wonju, frontline of Coaa-

the danger ,'i" *
ol Wonju suddenly collapsed.
thiii.tl Stat.' negro troops cop-
1
ist slrongliiitd m tins i
miles north of ('hechon.
Supported by tanks.
charged into the burning village
after Allied jel planes ami iu'Iil"
bomber* had "buUdotad" their
a*ay through Conununisl
with ruckCU and napalm buear-s.
Ill the salient ashart B
reans drova to arlthln :i
the key road and rail centre last

Koreans to-daj punched forward
Uehind armoured vanguards.
MacAnhajr class-ribeci chinos*
losses in last week's reversal ao
"among the bloodiest In modern
limes" and said casualties among
the best Chinese troops arouU bi
difficult to replace. On n
ilie 38th parallel, he
whila naawanl Truman had In-
dicated that crossing was to be
resolved In accordance with ail
liidnmeiH ..:- l "iwn-niHf in Chi. '
he wanted to make it quite clear
lanl if the issue actually arose
he should not arbitrarily execute
that authority MacArlhur said ho
. ,,'..-,1 Mai shal Btalin had prs I o
annihilation of United Nations
his com-
naoaa will have to do a lot better
thru ihey bava fit dDtta lo prov.>
him arephal The Supn-me
Ci mmander making hut niu'h \ >
to the front visited and praised
tha Km in i, h.ittahon which did
i lighting at ChipyWng
|a. t week
Heate-.
TELL THE ADVOCATE |
TIIE NEW* 4
RING 3111 II
DAY OR NIGHT
Ordered To Sow
Tha i
AhiIcuIIi
Greek Govt. GrisiK
ATHENS. Feb. 20
Greek Prime Mimsi.i
los is expected to cut *h. 11 | to*JD
of Epuua and return to Athens
'i ra i row to face a G1
crisis. He will be raeoivad by the
King. The crisis loomed tonight
when Panayotis Cam ropoulos told
Parliament that his Populist
Unionist Party would wlthdra*
-vupport fi'jm the Govara
has 37 Deputies. Venizelos' coali-
tion of Liberals and Democratic
Socialists holds 100 .os's out* if
?80 in Par!
Reuter
IIUDAPEST. Feb. 20.
ingarian Deparlmei>l of
i- ti.-ci... nrriered com
pulsory sowing of
.1-1 ,- t |'|. ,-,!
balkvad t" be
. |og
Reuter
TIBETANS AND RED
CHINESE NEGOTIATE
NEW DELHI, K.-ii 20.
Negotiatiun batwaan nbatani
and Chlnaai Conununlati are in
it ChaOabo, eastern
iding to o report to-day
Wgliagaaa
al Kahm-
po ig on urder.
i .
Lun.a's emissaries might go to
11 K. ut. I
Red Charges Without Foundation
MUST FIGHT OR PAY
r.VOAPEST. Feb. 20
Hungarians exempted 11
health or olhe-
reasons must pay a spi
yearly
or guardians must pay
the tax for men
PARIS, Feb. 20.
The note which France handed


of February b said:
"The France I
grets that in its note v
Government reiterates and further

relating to the policy anil mter.-
clom. the United States and also
KepubltC
ire abso-
M of international ten-

' all peoples, that It de-
mands study both serious and
clear that thi
causes of tension cannot be elim-
.ii..t.-l .-ithoul previously being
ilenliricd It is evidently not
German problems which are the
rigin of the present tension
The French Government wishes
lie moreover, that there
ixisl in Western Ger-
many any German military force
man war ndustry and
lhat the only accomplished fact
in this domain in Europe is Ihe
massive armament of the Soviet
I Iw which extends to forces raised
in Eastern Germany In brief, as
the French Government dssrlares
ts of December 22. the
serious tension which now exists,
arises in the first psaee '
i by th
Oovemment of the Soviet Union
.since the end of the war.
The S
ricned the defence programme oi
ihe free nations of Europe and the
Cm ted State* It must be as *p-
. i-rntnmi
Id pul lie opinion,
that 'he free nations ol '
forces maintained b)
Union and
control and in tin |
tion bv Ifk nment of
narti of a large
maioriiy of member?; of the Unttad
Nations '
notional control and red
armaments, have no course to pre-
ept to re-
tired', difference in Ihe
armed forces existing in the
Tha Government of tl I
Republic wishes so lo ... I thai
in the meeting ol fotfl
ministers shall include tin- <-
i a real causes of
ind that a fitting agenda
drawn up to haat end
The Soviet Government, having
admltaad th<' poaalhUlty
. r than Germany,
if drawn atten-


- ment has
w on nigai I
i\ri:itcoio\i\i
CRICKET TOURNAMENT
BARBADOS vs. TRIMDVD
Commencing To-day
AT 11.31) A.M.
KENSINGTON OVAL
and continuing
Tlll'RSDAV, HMD, FRIDAY 23RD. SAT1RDAY 24TII
MONDAY
2BTII
Sl.l.i.ll >l:,lil,
TUKSDAV 27TII. WKD.NKSDAY 28TII. Tlll'RSDAY
1ST MARCH; FRIDAY 2ND, MONDAY. .VTH M \K< II
fN.B.No Play nn SATURDAY 3rd due lo
B.T.C. Ram)
Those Store* and Business Offices which had
arranged to close are asked to do so 00 the faUowulJI
days; Wed. 2lat; Thurs. 22nd; S*t 24th; Tw
\VI nth, Thurs. 1st March.
W. F. HOVOS.
Hony. Secty. B.C A


PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATI.
WMHUBMT, FEBRUARY 21, mi
Cahib galting
TSIir COCKTAIL I'AHTY H
the Barbados Aquatic Club
last night was given by Mr. John
Kcrbay. Manager of xhe Pattalsum
Marketing Co, Ltd
Trinidad, marketers of Shell and
Regent Petroleum Products.
m party, given u> honour of
and to meet Mr. A. E. F Burn*-*
.in m Assistant Manager 0/ Ibe
Company. was attended by urom-
uiant butlnnmen of the Island
and local riieots 0/ the company.
Engaged
AT a family* gathering held
the home of Mr. and Mrs. P
Perkins on Saturday night the
i ngagement was announced of
Carol their eldest daughter li Mr.
Basil Cozier, son of Mr and Mrs
E. L. Coiiei uf Sa0 Juan. Ti imu.. Former W.!. Skipper
ARRIVING by B.W.I A. yes-
tertlay evening was Mr.
Poll* Grant. Director of T. Geddes
Grant Ltd. Mr. Grant is attached
to their Jamaica Office, and is a
former Captain of the %t<
Cricket Teuro which toured
England in 1939.
Mr. Grant is on holiday in Bar-
bados and is 3 lUfst at the Marine
Hotel.
- / dot't 4ouW IhsM it-tar sou
iflf about a waller's lib not
b'-IK'l pC'l 111
/U.J/ U t'tUImvbut lUlt lh'
"II''. I'll '
DM tonne*' / "
Cold W.v.
By the way some people
Bridgetown dress, one
ild
uateel
Retired Planter
MH LEWIS PUNNETT of St
ant, well known tn
Barbados Is here again for u holi
Mr Punnett 1% a retiree
He had estates in Trin-
faaaa and St. Vincent
sjgeit round
(be srorld, spending atane Hm in
Australia. New Zealand and South
Ha is staying at "Cacrabank".
Carnival Dance
BRK3HT spot in London on
Shrove Tuesday was t/ie
Wall Indian Students' Union'*
Shrove Tuesday Carnival Dance at
Fulham Town Hall Even though
"' - iBaouBMCaant 0$ the dance
had not been so widely circulated.
." Usual, there was a turn out of
well over two hundred ftou
Somcrs and his band showed once
again why they are *o popular at
these Won Indian functions, their
Tendering; of calypso music being
11 y appreciated
Amoag Those Present
A the many revellers at
the Carnival Dai
British Girl Seeks
Fame In U.S.
And She Grts A Slart Painting Ties
11- 1.
..Ic.i
u
were Dr
Jid Mrs. C. B. Clarke, both look-
ing: forward eagerly to their
forthcommg holiday lo Barbados.
''".' Serclae Khanta and Hulli
pp.nviitly worried by the exile in
think that Barbados was
within the Art tit- Circle
_ Last week sever ..1 |
I went> Cents -"'n wearing overcoats in broad
Street, and one man Wag observed Which thev are now living: Ruwlc
MR. WILLIAM TAPP from goi..K lo the J 1a Cinema wear Farley, new President H' WlSU,
Halifax Canada is In Barba- ">g 0 thick lumber jacket and a who says he still has two *Aore
dos for four months. His hobbles (ur-llned cap. The film billed (01 years of study in England before
are fishing and hunting. He first showing was "White HM1 returning to British Guiana; and
came to Barbados sixty one years _. . H. D. Carberry, former President
ago as a cabin boy on a sailing Should DC Fun of WlSlf. now a uu.ililiui iwrnster
ship. Hi* wages. tli n. were twenty w BEE that JOKE and EELCO and expecting to relurn to Jamaica
cents a month But in those days J. wiEllKNUA the D u l c li ,;'"'" >hi* year.
than they do now !
Mr. Tapp
Cacrabank."
guest at
Worthy Effort
, S FAH back as I rauggl
ber. Barbados has never had
a Women's University Club. One
however, is to be formed shortly.
So Mrs. John March-Penny tells
me.
They hope to have their first
meeting to-morrow uftei
lie giving porforrnance at the
Marine Hotel on Saturday Feb.
24th. They are having a Cabaret
Dinner Pai
popular with the many tourist* frfr'^
Fancy Dress
MANY students, despite
sh.
the
ihort notice of the dance and
ilhout being able to tell if their
fends, WOUtd follow suit, decided
AS FAH back as I raniem- ,e,e s **" a* u ,ocau to r.*k turning up in fancy dress.
ber. Barbados ha* nevei had %l/l -_j AarfmL F"11 "i-r*.s go to Dicky Fox oi
nu nrnvais Jamaloa, who uri**ed up as a
ROSS TURNER ar- if" i ,na,"^,'i T^^T^SS
h Highlander and also to Mr*, Pearl
, lfle Connor, Tormer Secretary of WlSU.
St iT"*LJ her husband who wn ^o, American outfit rom-
l is with Messrs .1 N H.... .,.... ,(1 faV(,urably with that of
her home in Worthing. ember. gJSSL^ffSB * ^'"^ """^
beawell. Also returning over the
Mrs Agnc* U
MRS. A
rived from Trinidad over
NEW YORK
A BaVTISH ,
'uini to New York six mouth* ago
in search of fame, has found it
where *hc lea* expeatM M n
the window of a Broadway penny
arcade painting tie-; eight hours
a day.
For pretty. 20-year-old Patricia
Lyons, of Bownng Park Avenue.
Liverpool, the stares of the thou-
sands who stop every day to gaze
at her through the window we
fame enough for the present.
unimportant beside
the steady 12 a week she makes
with hei art
L n predictable
What does absorb her attanUus
Is li.< nu .
and the unpi tdu-tat.ilii) .
ran male taste in i)lu>~tfated neck-
wear
In the past lew week.- sit.1 has
painted 01 binj from
late mode) cars to bright blue
dragons and pink racehoi -
Now she is awaiting the arrival
of a customer who has | I
to bring in two live leopards and
have them reproduced
Jake her live co-workers (a
Russian, a Pole, a South Aom,
can. a Japanese and an A
Indian) Patricia was ftrH
to take up the work by the cruUe
gum hanging in the window
"R U an Artist? Have You got
the urge to PAINT"1 IE SO, COME
RIGHT IN YOU'RE WELCOME
There were few CormaUUi .
Miss Lyons told me She wai
given an artist'* bright r< i
a handful of brushes, a palette
nd paint', and told to start paint-
ing. Her tirst subject was a set
of false teeth on a tie
Crazy Requests
'That was just a lieginning."
she said "Every request since
then has seemed crazier than the
last. There was a bartender who
wanted HAPPY NEW YEAR
paintod across his tie.
A Hen lion
Children
NNING from next
week and continuing weakly
children not older than 12
years are asked to *end to
th* Editor. Chikiitn Cor-
ner, short stories on any
subject they choose Si
must not be more than 200
words In length A prise
will be given for the bast
story, which will be pubuar-.
ed in our Sunday's paper
(children's corner). Storm
must be tent in not later
than Thursday every week
B.B.C. Programme
wrosnMTMv. i
. m I M-. M
I M m.
r \ i i'i- i i i k m -
Blue dragona. puia Itora
3S a m Tha nuik son ioune, 1 <>
Th N*. lllim Hc. Ai^Jyai*, J IB
ni From Um Biio(uu. 7 a* ,r.
>- 8'- Poraa> > n I *.
Ihara. IS .m How < nif' I K
.. in lularluO*. JO n. Wi.ik ai.u
*u.^.ik laVaan pnuaa -. Aanane*
Sam Th* Naw. t 10 a .it. |
iiotii BflUiP II II a m Progm^iiw
Farad*. II SB am UManert ChoUa.
II 4* am IUk.i ..I _. ,.,! II imo.1
Tha M. lilt bm N. Ai.-I.a.
17 IS ti in Cloa* Dvi 4 IS pin. Seu-
vatun oT UuM.
v iii CunitMh ,4 ihr Wk. t i-
j in Marsarrt Cot* i U p.m Buimla
lo.iT.ld, < pi,, SI,.,,, uia, quartal
S IS a oj riuni Ihr mud Prodlinnmr
t 46 u.Ot Pi.ifj-^mir,. Parade
LSt-d.U pm UM m a UU a>.
"A ii. .hi with a mink farn.
AWitcd a blw mink on bis tie;
thi 0W*kar of a taxicab fleet
..anted pntures of ins cabs; a
i.i in Lidered ties illustrat-
ing their own iigjrwtu;.; another
uiganlsauon wanted ties orna-
. Ufa bottles of m.H drinks;
in wanted a tie showing
bottle of milk."
Jokes Popular
Joke ttaj (-i 10s. eaeti) are
i.pular One of Mum Lyons'*
bows a horse standing
bookmaker's stand placing >
Another shows a drunken
Dglnj to a lamppost.
1 a 4S.4S li
of y university are welcome a------ci, nav
On* ot The club main ob,ects week_-0 will be to help local girls deserv- J^mona *iice
ing a university education who p,,,^ hosp hl
may not have the necessary funds. W0lk, wjm rfjfc am|
have one with a AoUrabip &lUclXottl of ^.^t ,Sli;ilM .,
from Trinidad 0VM
for a montli'h holiduy
Back To Trinidad
M'\
from the club. Of course
take a little time, but it seems
most worthy undertaking.
CROSSWORD
1

1 aO_J
1
1


1 1 1
M"
I I boa* rai* ! Uib gsma tvitlrul >
T|7 i
in BdxaiU >irbl* (otMnr In DO'IM
!s*liiun IT
el dUl not to lln
la SUuntsH of 'tllu tor tlnawa (J
1.1 Luna <&l 14 Kent. '*
TS Hl> wuis v u-JailT uasctiaiou*
i*i is. Tr*' "
II i*- at JRCr i.,i irnl
id sis' b( aiuoostinn
r r If)
AJOR AND MRS HOLDEN
..fao were stay injf .it Cfi
Co. bank, have returned to Tunidud
..re Major Holden if with I L L
t| I I'., n
Mrs Mr ind Mr*.. Malcolm Butt whi
Turner and Mrs Potter are Kinylnw were nlso staying there have re-
AfiOm Guest House. Rockley. turned to Trinidad accompanied by
v ibcir sun Mr. Butt is li solicitor li
Week-end Depnrturet Trinidad.
RS KATHLKKN I/)UKKNCO c, ... .
yhn was m Barbados for the Snort Vlglt
put six weeks In the interests of AM" tt B D Y FDOI,,u-.
fier liealth. returned to Trinidad on 1T* Director of Messrs. llanschel
Sunday by B W.I A. Her Larson Co. Ltd. and Mrs
daughter Molly who came up with &Wm nave gone to Trinidad for
her has also returned to Trinidad, a holiday Mr fcdghill i expected
Molly wUI probably bg returning '_'.;, "
to Canada in April
They were stayiui: tt
Ciuest House
Back Front U.S.
H. ROY CI-\RKE. a Barba WR AND MRS. GEOFTREY
dlnn who has been working JtI LUCU SMITH who
In the U S. for the past twenty holidaying in Barbados visiting
mx years is now In Barbados on Mr. Lucle Smith's relatives have
his first trip home -*0* "' *< u''' f"r Tnnidad
to the U S He 1- stavlnc With Mr Lime Smith i. , Peti lean
httparent*. Mr and Mr* J. E En..K., ^.th the Soeony Vacuum
Clarke of Belmont Road
THEATRE
WgDNMDAY THUaaOAV
'BTRgtN OT IAN 'HANCIKTO Tl.r 1.1 P;iH ill $ New F*ilal
OS p.m Radio Nru*al. S IS iiji
Hooka U. rrad. I K o in An I ki** f-r
I 4S p in Ciioiuwi ul Ui- W I
|i in MUliiiivm f .-i,.nil n I.-, i- in
n-via M.iUii 9 W u in Tlo l..p lunaa.
10 t> in Tha N.. IB 14 oi.
KdltorUU. IS IJ o in Timku- Mu-aid;
f 4S v m Mid *c,-k Ulk: It prn. From
Proaramni*.
\4>l A TH II I II (l\HI\ JMambarsOnly)
MATIMI. TOOA1 .it I p m
HiMt.HI fl HlMiiKKim NKiHT at
_ BUSAM HAYWARD
in "THK LOST %IOMK\T"
with Agi r* MOOREHEAD Joan LORRINGJohn ARCMr P.
A Unr.Ti'al-liitcrnational RaJaan
Vi.\'.\ Tkrntre-Bridgttown (DIAL 2310)
i. RDgtAT a Tiiuna **t a sso om.
WHITE HEAT""aStraL
Mat TMURS IN pm
isai mi
"CODE Or' THE MAUOLE''
i.n.isi. nos IMS inn
i saawi raiOAV i*>. 4Ai a n pjr
'TARZAN A THE SLAVE GIRL"
"for < AN HEAT THE A IUMB"
PLAZA Tha>aire--Q/5r//V [DIAL 8404)
BELOW THE DEADLINE & MR.MlWiNKIDLSAGAIN
.,
i DvoBU
: I.-. SJJ M| |
1 lh* Bowny aM
MIOMTC SAT Mtrt
A Monoaiaii I>Jbli
BROWN In irjotm
I. \llil l.s or THI. Mlllllt* *
a\ntrn> of in oi ih
miD..5/T. SUN s a S.M i
"''HI AcUo'
MONTANA''
i oiw b> Tnknirobr
GAIETY(THE GARDEN) ST. JAMES
TUDAV S. TOUORRUW 1.30 n in. .Paramount DoubUri
RED HOT and BLUE & THIS GUN (or HIRE
ollli Alan IMd
mi; \< i i i. -
Jill KM V
i Cinnulot
Oeunit VI*
&
m MAT SUN. i pin
BAD MEN OF TOMBSTONE
Mario*)'- tUjr-.ld. *,
EdKh.ll
toi
wTtl probably remain
liiiigur holiday
Vicitcd Relatives
M'l


iat. (4)
15)
Rupert and the blue Firework6

Hum a
It" " in Uis
, if
Animal mu.e reisii'
-'.i,.miia *
vT-

P:p.n tJh*i on* el [fas blur lirt-
r'k that Pora-I'.i.i" lui puked
up, -it', ttn add." hi iv.. "I
> : i-iic ili. g jli 4 t.'.notk. but
UlUI I t*s/l und'tM^iiil it. why
he midilir
"Ho.h.
i ->*ti." *li tpcr* the litlk prk*
^--,. O'vou hfax suyihuiK J
linn i ilut uinng iMtatr I lold von
about, I'i qunr elevr Sun
..' aouiui in <'tit u J n
a Cm rasr. It u lot
lowrd b, 4 lunoo* bUti of *n>d
ih.it gria aVfBWf *nd -.mar. tM
Irlo-t ilwy ktto* wht it hantnti-
ii,t ihr iwa <"iU:< imd ihgtaattvai
bcmit hut*! oB tlinr Igs* -nd up
. 4ir.
To-nif/hi
visit
LUB MORGAN
Tii^ ninut BaaaWal Nloal Club from Miami to R
u-llh a it'orid-u-ioV rtjmlaiion /or unod /nod
Music, Dancing
Entertainment
throughout the night
Dial 4000 foi reietvationt
John White
Men's Shan 836-1019
BOOTS ?* H15
TAN-SAD
1227
EVANS & WHITFiEi.nS
Dial 4606 Your Shoe Slores
Ballerinas
Velvat Finish, Rubber Sole
Black. Brown
2-25 t0 2-34
Go-Carts
14*
Dial 4220


WF.DNEM.W. rrBKl \kV 1, IM1
BARHADUS ADVOCATE
PAGE THREE
British Manufacturers Are
Anxious To Be On Cordial
Terms With West Indies
Uaibados lias alwaya been a very good market fur Hip
Unitxi Kinydom and British manufacturers ore very
us to maintain their cordial relationships Mr. A. R.
.ted Kingdom Trade Commissioner in
.. eUm with headquarters in Trinidad told
the AdvcMxic vesterday.
-------- Mr. Starck is in Barbados on
one of his usual visits to renew
.-on tarts with various business
nouses, to look into commercial
conditions generally and to see
what he Can do to help local trad-
ers in their desire to buy goods
from the United Kingdom
He said that in the last few
months, it had become increasing-
ly difficult to get supplies from
m: snr ovi:ji-.%xi t .v siioi i it /?;,,.. /Aava r------mrtt ligNM 1
.*%. UAH. AS IIKUl-l ""% ?* I ill Fight Govt
\THE DWEY LINE* .. ----Mh, >1 UOU t POY
Enginec-rs BqMSf
TnUfpiili-fViphisaj'
By Thursday
Engineers working on the
damaged boiler of the Coplasay.
which still occupies her btrti' Britain because of the call for re-
ulungside thi- Pier Head, are push- armament. In certain instances.
log ahead to complete repairs by raw materials were almost unob-
Thtirsjday. tamable by British manufacturers
tin Bodden told the because of stock piling In various
Advocate yesterday that h had parts of the world. That had had
high hopes of the Royal hints- the effect of forcing the prices of
killing KuhIkts leaving by his raw materials and of course, had
ship for St. Lucia on Thursday, been reflected in the cost of the
They mipht however have to spend manufactured articles.
another day or two in Barbados, he in the case of Britain, it was a
said. fuel that the increase in the cost
The blown boiler tubes, which of manufactured goods exported.
caused the delay at Barbados, have was very much below the prices
been taken out and new one* are which the United Kingdom manu-
lo replace them. The engineers facturers had Jo pay for import-
had no difficulty in getting the mg raw materials. The British
tubes as they had brought along manufacturer was fully conscious
some with them on the ship. of the competition he would have
For the past throe days when the io meet in the future and it was
tubes were blown, the Cap-nsay not his desire to force up prices,
had to depend on shore batteries but to maintain them at the low-
for electricity. No current could Mt possible level
be got from the ship's batteries
with the boiler not working Hemove Restrictions
After a shorl slay tn St. Lucia. On the question of the dollar
the Ceplnsay will take the Fusi- liberalisation Plan, he said that
Han back to Jamaica where thev it was a fact thai both Canada
will be stationed until leaving for and the United States had shown
England sometime in March. full understanding of the difncul-
The Caplnsay will then resume ties which had faced Great Brit-
her normal duties as a troop and sin and the rest of the sterling
cargo transport for the Royal area during the past few years. A
Army Service Corps of Jamaica, responsible people in North
Her crew of 18 are fmm the America had done their best to
Cayman Islands and .Jamaica, face the situation, and had not
They nre civil employees of the been critical of the drastic steps
War Department, attached tu th- which It was necessary to take in
R A s C. Few .pf than are ex- order to conserve dollars. It was
servicemen. therefore a matter of great satis-
Taking a tour with them is faction io responsible
*^VJ BOGOTA. Feo. 20
DBMiun -_.- ...... About JOO Communist mayor
PUNQ THt HAINY ,. |, g^,,,, utovllKc h-vi. ^^
rj been verv hard an t*
ratal
ilv w.
but I
.mu i* out xjid that whe
t?hVrUrtoJTJl t *>, 'h"lowbw Mwist Mayors ol~.ev.ral town,
lat he would Jto .Rxr provmoe Mayor,
have decided to organise mass
Labour
been very hard on the taken to tight -Government in-
M vendors. The major, tlmidation" in Italy's 3.g*M Cotn-
rfreed to remain at home munt-hM munie.psmie* .
who braved the weather The aurTfrehl 0*am
cently instiluted legal proceedings
eta prefer a
Hm budget
'il.'-''.
'. hot tea
hard hit.
On
h" bought 200 ",Cvtina nd "iob*l.sc
pc-i.:i. ; .. and lacZ) r'-i"''i- ?**" aMUrl bbs*. mv.i.nr.
cart. Only a lew children asked respected.
lor ar. buy tool drinks but sllll his in- ment have promised lo introduce
eome was affected Over 100 motions to this effect The Mayors
OLund* ol the ice n cited have been charged with dereliction
LANDSLIDES at parks Plan- of duty because lhe> refused to
la lion caused over 200 holes take sanction* against municipal
cf rtpe cane* to be destroyed and employees who Joined strikes u,
tan aged a cart road Potato protest against General risen-
crop* and a part of the wall above hower's visit to Italy a lew weeks
St Matthew's Church were also ago Heater.
damaged
AFRICA
s, *<
I raiicti \ < uiIh in!
May llr Reshuffled
MADRID. Fcb M I
(leneral Franco may reshuffle)
OOVERNOB THOMAS DEWET. lant Republican candidate for U S.
PrMjgcaL wsats a un* drawn round tho world-a* a warning to
Bust*.
If the Soviet Union steps over that Una to make war. than ihs
U B-. ba says, should daclara wai on UM Kremlin too.
Dswoy. in a poach in New York, nut Britain and all tg." AUanUc
Tact allies behind the hno. With them bo placed Oreoce. Turkey,
Yugoslavia, Forsla. and the Monism world from Egypt to India.
Ifere For Erection Of
Barclays New Premises
*yE SALVATION ARMY will
* hold the quarterly Song
Service on Thursday night at S
o'clock at the Reed Street Hall.
This service Is being held in con-
nection with Weekly Holiness
Meeting The songsters of the
P^nSl*'. Q.n-iL r-JiJ!^Si Minisler Fernando Maria Camilla.
YosX^OrorrwiUCbenuSd",S **<* ^i'" Sa?~S
tho progTanunc in London, usually reliable sources
Barbaduin SalvattonisU are **M "*" today
looking forward to their Annual Thwe was also a suggestion that
Divisional Congress which, this Franco's elder brother Nicolas,
year, will be held in Bridgetown present Ambassador In Lisbon.
from February 2?th to Ma-ch 3rd. might become Inspector of Em-
Lt Colonel Chas. Dodd. new bossies with headquarters In
Chief Snretary of the Central London Seuler.
America and West Indies Terri-
P.OS. GETS NW
FIRE ENGINE
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Feb 1*
A new Are engine for the Port-
f-Spain Brigade arrived in the
tory. will be in charge of the
Congress Mrs Dodd will accom-
Mr. W. H. Watkins. senior partner of Measrs. Watkm.-, & SalvaUunisu will welcome Lt.
Partners, Architects of London and the West Indies, his Co,0,"'l and Mrs Dodd ai a special
son Mr Norman Walk.ns. partner of the Hrm and Mr R. Sggfc fSSL%* *
JVaser Reek.e, resident partner ... tlu, West lnd.es with < Sunu^v. Mir?hT^I public
headquarters in Trinidad, are mm in Barbados in connec- welcome will be given to th.-
tion with the erection of the new premises for Messrs Bar- vtll" m the Bethel MethcKiist K,J)"n>; ,rnm ^'.'n'1 on Tucaday
cUy,wh,ch,hey hope ,., bjgin In lh* near fu.ure. %*& '^ A JSSS ? S. TU hT
They anived on Monduv by Rovce engine and can pump water
B.W I A from Tnntdad and nre \41I.TON HOP* of Foster Hall, nt the rale of 1,000 gallon- a
staying at the Enmorv Hotel lTA St Joseph w:i| treated by minute
Mr Keekie said that the new Dr. Johnson. P.M.O. Si Joseph The vehicle alto carries a
building would bo a steel frame yesterday and sent home after he Mobile Rescue Escape. II is the
three-sl would occupy an island alto his left arm The lorry was load- hul Major Ronald Cox, Superiii-
l)Ctwecn Shepherd Street and mg canes It is owned by Foster lendent of Fire Brigades said that
San Fernando will gel a simil-
Shark's Liver At
U.S. $571 Per Ton
responsible opinion in a NEW Comnan
Captain George Ansell. Super- the United Kingdom when it was ^#1 formed Ih* luTa^V-Ka DWW^ anepnem aireet and Ing canes
int.ndent of the R A.S.C fleet possible to reach an agreement rreMhOtttaL -El...^5*7 Lancaster Lane on pan of which Hall Plantattoi
in Jamaica. last year in the dollar Liberalisa- ltcs ^u .^ IfcarkJnOimJ j ,L "^ he pixaent bank^ A LAKC.i: BLACK
Members of the crew sa."
011-m m pmnii imuuc i \i-i.i BLACK sow i ig on*" '" u nfw months' time carry
tion "Plan, and no one was more ~-".,, ---- ,?:"??rimiiif ^T'"; *"iUn,*ro^i "w wnuJd A u-longing to Mr. L. A.' iPi &]&& ^: nl" to il
theyenjo> working ... the service pleased than the people in Britain This mgfioriss wa.; SuShed t 'ir rond,,anrd we"^ Arthur of Eighth Avenue, New
and. especially, on the Cepta-y. that I. had been possible to relax J$Ln n^RJ^ ^2 tttiS? *.$?* ',*?U,.00Jr. V Ortf.ni. gav,- birth to 11 sucklings
At the
They find the conditions of tho the very severe restrictions which ecor
o.K.satisfactory neither too had been in force. JffiVfi W P
'..... too hard. -Competition is a healthy thing
captain Boduen said that ho at all times" Mr. Starck said and pdnV
thought tho reception given the no one wanted controls for the shark T
officers and company of the Fusil- *ake of having them. It was hoped
iers and also the members of hi. that it would be possible in due eruBr
ship since they were here was the course to remove reslriction* en-
best ihc> fat throughout the torn tirely
He was much impressed with As he saw things at the ir-arcnt, j
the ''clean loofc- of the harbour he was afraid that controls
nd the surroundings which, in his ^me form were going to be with weight "of 7 'cra'mmea priced
them for a long time. Neverthe- 2.ST tents U S.. per unit f.o.b
slight modification tacks for coconuts to be supply
would bring about competition by the buyer
which, it was hoped, would be of
the hilly district.
--pinion, was 100 per eont beUer m
lhan what he found at Trinidad or \tta
Jamuica.
Stole Cocoanut8
SENTENCE of Ihrw
huildlliK Would DP "M'.ti'.t in two
paru so lhat the hunncM of the
bank would not Ik' mtmuulwl.
piwcrn Iinw ihe com- -n^y hopo , .,, . ,,_
a pos.uon to l ., ,, lh, ,u, ,A ih. promt
rs nvlni S.0M intern- mlta<, first Tenders tor the
tionl unit, of vitamin A par work .,. , ,r , , .....
"'r;' ot ''vr; ' >'<' ' pantlon and would I.- .ubn.illed
*571 U.S.. per ion fob., and dried ,w.vt mmith after which It wa*
h.rk fins at W.288 US pe, ton ^"1* eSSlnJlton 'US
o.b. Il can also export ducoitt- begin
ated coconuts of an average m. Watkins. Snr.. said that
he wn< In H.i i..i.i.. in 194344
in connection with the then pro-
posed new Hospital site suggested
al Waterford nnd approver! of by
Kupert llnerrliflr and other
the molH.il pn>-
On Monday night This is a recoct
lor the pig All the young ones
are alive and look very strong.
EVELYN CADOGAN was taken
to the General Hospital in
an unconscious condition after
falling from a bicycle along Peter-
kins land yesterday welling
Cadogan was detained.
950pm PIERRE
Case 0/ Taking Stolen
n.HlS*! ^=3 *: cclr:^ .nee
IliBh fare, IS TSmo ?ilT"^ -S-H^iK '"*"*' h"" Wh" "' "" 1,,,ml' 'nrgina Alia,. Hobmson of Brit-
Ask,^ aaaba. hart an.hl ^i.tK?' " w"ulcl '"" "" m"nv "' h" '">' "Si. St Michael, with re-
loUv^.S"rec^r.Tn ,h. SSSSZ S"""in., ,k, k ""'"" '" *W1loo with vari- eaMuf CS I/J worth of rtolen
k said lhat it was a matter demand.
fined 25'- For Driving
With Faulty Brakes
His Worship Mr. A. J. H. Han.
.'i.ll. Senior Police Magi-lrate
of District "A" Coon lined Win-
ston Howard of ti.dl Hill. St
John, yesterday 15/- for driving
the motor lorry J 274 with inefll-
cleut brakes on January (a.
The fine Is to be paid in 14
dayi or In default one month']
imprisonment with hard labour.
Sgl. Foede prosecuted for the
Police from information received
ihs
and copra
fined 2 for Pricing
Goods Too Highly
' OeCsthnd, St. Michael Starck said that it was a matter
by His Worship Mr. II. A. Talma which was causing concern in ill!
lol.ee MiiKutnite of District 'A-' parts of the West Indies and the
yesterday. United Kingdom.
nram found guilty- o( the So far as freight was concerned,
i*?? c.nuts valued at II- the position was nol very serious,
end the property of Colin Cheese- although it was far short of being
man or I-.nds t.nds. St. Michael perfect, but there was a lot which -a- .........- ..., wa~"-
on January 22 ought to be done to satisfy the " ' Kul Farouk and lo Premier J"
Cohn cheeseuuut said that on demand for passenger traffic The Nahas Pasha to grant womet- "
January 22. while he was walklne big diffleully ai he saw It. was Ihe 'Wit to vot
Women Should Vote
Egypu Sur.^taRSd.y%p^l-
had many buildings in the course vesterday The goods were Iden- THUBA MARAJ. a merchant
Of cevcuon and added that the lifted as the properly of Watkins of Swan Street, was fined 2 by
foundation stcne for the new Co.. Ltd of Roebuck Street, Mr. R. A. McLeod yesterday for
hospital at San Eernando was and the offence was alleged to offering goods for sale above the
laid by the Governor. Sir Hubert have been committed sometime schedule price.
Ranee, on Thursday That hospi- between Angmt 4 and October 14. He offered a quantity of cloth
tal was estimated to cost approxi- Mr H 1- Ward appeared on the control price of which was
behalf of Robinson. fixed at .47 per yard, at $3.23

Retile,
early in After hearing the evident*
the bugle witness for the prooe-
Their firm had much business X^OS ^.t^" Bf^V wt
........I-...J- i- .u- iw--. 'h''1 '"ere was not sufficient evi-
dence lo convict the defendant
of per yard
v Capt. Evan- prosecuted. The
offence was committed on Deceni-
coftvigtlona for -
various islands in the West
Indies and an the way out from
England, they first called at
Kingston. Jamaica, where they
had office* in connection with
many buildings they had designed
lliVIV
They al--. \ Kited Itrih.h Guiana
where they had also designed a
He hoped however. Mumber of iHilldings Including
Like the people of Barbados, he
as very disappointed thai the
tin had interfered with the
cricket and wan particularly sorry
Imprisoned For
False Pretences
AFTER being found guilty
come up to expactati
Australians.
round his ground he saw Farreh high cost of ship building, and
in one of his coeoanut trees, unless fares were set at an ex-
-raiieu on seeing him came dowr tremely high ilgure or some form
and sjin with eight cocoanuts In of subsidisation was given, there
his hanci. He ran after him and was not much inducement for
later reported the matter to the owners to lay down new passen-
r Rer vesselB-
JX",l"BJ| ',,> FB"vll was He was very pleased to hear thai he would not be here'to see
f'lrfJT .k r- m Constable that the sugar crop of Barbados the games
s .ViU!fV wii i, ._ was cstima,ed to be a record one that the selectors would make Bi^Vrs" Bnokera
in K ,r^[ h o^, f ,he ljulJhw *?" would no' Wt Indies would be able to put Ian(e stor,^ an,, ,hc n(.w VlC,t.,l Waithe a labourer ol Car..nhlon
as eight previous continue and that the crop would up a very strong learn lo meet ihe Ho!Tt office. Village, St Mlchnei wU M-nU-nccd
Mr. Walking said that visitors *o six months' imprisonment'with
to Georgetown would be very' hard labour lor each charge by
remarkably surprised to find those His Worship Mr E. A. McLeod
ally magnificent buildings which Police Magistrate of District "A"
pre practically now completed Court yesterday.
With The burning out of the Both terms of imprisonment are
i Georgulown in IMS, to run concurrently. In the first
e opportunity hail lieen accepted case be was charged with obtain-
Watkins and Partners mg rroni Samuel Best of Buckley
m.i'.iiii! which would $3.14 by false pretence*. In the
< rvone for second case he was charged with
all time. obtaining a bag valued at S2 from
Megan. Watkins would be Violet Beat the property of
malning in the Wesi Indies until Samuel Best also by filse pie-
e end of the month when the> tencea.
nuld be returning to England Both offences were committed
..... B (JolHto on December 2B
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11AHBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY. FF.BRIARV 21, 151
BARBADOS &# AW'OGttE
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\YM.ncvil;<>. I rlnu.it> 21. 1951
MM I. I OSS
WITH the unusual and heavy rains dur-
ing the last two weeks, there has been
much flooding and m some instances con-
rideral place in many
Some years ago the Government in an
attempt to reduce unemployment in this
island, allotted funds for the planting of
at Haggatts and along the Eastern
Coast. TbJi : t pnvtnttng soil
n and ',1k other is contour cultivation
as tO ated by Mr. Holcrow
former Deputy Director of Agriculture. It
has bfl ;' practised in some dis-
tricts.
In an island, almost purely agricultural.
i i v effort be made
to prevent soil erosion. During the last
few days the heavy ratal washed away
several acres of canes and other crops but
it Is noticeable that in those areas where
contour cultivation had been practised the
loss was considerably less than in others,
therefore necessary that the type of
cultivation which would prevent erosion
should be encouraged throughout the is-
land wherever there is sloping land.
At Mt. WUtOfl plantation, an area where
erosion is common, it has been proved that
where Ire- li.ivr been planted erosion has
been stopped This method has proved suc-
cessful in places where the sIojk.' in the land
illy sleep In ntdel placet COtltOUT cul-
tivation call do much to conserve the top
soil.
It would be well for cultivators of Urge
and small plots to remember that the
Department of Agriculture is maintained
for disseminating information on such
things as the agriculturists need and the
officers of that Department are always
ready and willing to be of service to them.
Such advice and guidance should not only
be sought in times of stress or unusual
happenings as at present.
The prevention of soil erosion is a matter
which vitally affects the economy of thou-
sands of people. It was pointed out in a
public lecture lew years ago that the
now i i.i damage dona by soil erosion is
not fully i hi oma time has
alaparrl
%VIm- Mrik-s Fwlal I p... W hi -n Mhw He.......siiumns Fall I lit
Are Si;iliii s Men
Shamming?
SffTON DELMER

HOME.
HBRB in Rome I have been *.,,
listening tu the anxious ijlk <*f ui hm
Intelligence men puzzling over
'.'sM.T'" '"'".....' '" """ "nd bn"'r" ,h "! '
Arc they .hamming? Are the """-P
Communists deliberately pulli
*t
They told me; 'Wo have many
i;Up sympathisers who are
!...-'
I in the p.iri. Wl in in touch
vlth them, despite the Communist
secret police."
Yes, I am convinced that unless
Soviet troops actually set foot on
the soil of Italy or France,
their punches to lead us into an *?,*"^ .T K^l "**' '"'' oul ""> klnd ' mM"
under-ratimation of their strength? "*"^""^IJS'."" ^2 "">* b> '" CommunHU and
Or.relhey nnl.hrta, n revolu- "".;'"^-^l'fhf,c their followers or the general
tlonary force? Can w. dismiss th. "ViTnt^elSfi. ?k ? ,i """'' "lmM " l"''n* "
Red Fifth Column us a bofcy?" J8F'JZS$ '*?' "'" p"n"; count,,
I heard the bewildered '" *,j^pl""S,,.,v'"n g ""'! B"' "> etumlly certain that
talk in Korea six months ago. "'""'"<"", ^ E 53" '"' """- Politburo and Its
when vast stores of ammunition l'""'^ V^' *_r '"* J*!" '**"" in the Cominform have
were stacked unguarded '""l* *'# P1 ."*?. "' 1*>'*r>' realised llua. They have adapted
lataMaaatant octroi tanks nl 2"H* """'"v shells. 17 mortars, their planning accordingly.
between giant petrol tanks at 2 ,, ,un, 2, sub. ,n Dopal!anll, *,h ,
Although Communists, hundred. mJf.h'" orS""- ill*00 Slom*Jc P '," ""St'" !"' !?*,' T?~
of them had filtered .nto th- "?" ,';2 $%}*?" 2f ""J10 <"""" ' '"' F"-nch ond "*"nn-
dock area, there was no attempt l?"1""*"' """ "' """^ b< >.>"* '.!" war-weary peo.
at sabotage. ni t ...... .w- ..
Why- The American Intelll- But .">-d"> th" ~
officers, who nn:ill* p*r-
Su.-IM the Koreans to supply ^ .,-ihr
were baftled.
Kuard .
This time I an more anximm
to solve the problem. For 1 have
spent the past weeks travelhnR
arro-w Ruropc trying to find out
what the Commitnists are up to.
I wanted to llnd out to what
pies the possiblliu of keeping neu-
who have tral In any conflrt.
trained to use this armament do While 1 was In P.tri a piece of
Bus.
France nrr equally quiet.
that in the even'. <
sham"" A trick? I don't think s<>. sians intended In by-
Three factors have brought tralised France. They would
about the new situation, which in blitz their way with airborne
inv view makes considerable landings into what they conaid-
ehange in the military defence of Wtstrrn Europe: heads: Britain and Spain.
,. 1 THE FMCrtl.iNCt I tith In To mv amnzainenl, I could see
!ZL80r*2t "SS^JSt rS a.,ci" uSrSr Sfi * tyu ?%***-*** u ;
and effective trade* union;, which '""'ul would, or course, in
repudiate the Communist Party, "ab|.v entail the subjection
protect non-Communist workers France to Russia and its bombard-
ilefylng shop stewards against me"1 "X >h American*was
|to Communist reprisals. AND nego verted with eager interen.
Communist paper Hiimanlte Uafp mmmm niri^em<,nU amounting almost to satisfaction,
even by French high-ups.
.in.f administrative
machines, how far Moscow can
rely on them to form an effect
Fifth Column.
France 1 found that the
reported that "KSo de^c^Tra- <" * .rme.,.
ton made F.iscnhower fear the j IHF. IMPATIENCE of work-
wralh of Paris era at losing pay by being called
I was there. I saw only a few oul on ,utkc lor poUtlcal causes
men throwing handbills and dictated by Moscow,
shouting: Home. Elsenhower. And thcy ^ |,e ^y whon lhev
- ., strike now. For the Communist
_____ rt"d NO ray. shop stewards can no longer
IIF.ItF. in Italy, too. as in France. ,uilr,nl, puc|,et, as thev
the attempts of the Communist- could only two years ago in both
controlled trades unions to organ- France and Italy
lav anU-Elaenhowcr strikes or Thr pvcn g a man fla ^
mass demonslratlons of workers awa), (ron] work (our dtyt
have failed. week, either for a strike or to do
In one place only was the strike ,, )obg , un|ons wo,d fori,
order obeyedin the great State- ,hc employer to pay out if nun
owned shipbuilding yard at La ,uniod up on the fifth day.
ft-.?,?1 ^earl'-l00 ,m"' J T,,E ANTI-STA1.1MS I
employed there, J^OOO struck. rebellion of an increasingly large
When they reported for work numbcr , y Comrnunists.
the following day they were ^tOr 1 sSsTTwhO IctlMcUhr
instantly dismissed. After 12 days 1v d ,^. ,
of unemployment without pay ^ ,or ,& acnn ,e (;
they were allowed yntk; all that mans
is. except the ringleaders. jj01
that
.....'i
of Yugoslav
repudialinK
they follow the
npl
Marshal Tito "in
Moscow's inilsU'iH'-
And An Echo
In Rome. I tat for half an hour
in the ommittee room of the Na-
tional Assembly with a Demo-
Chrtgban anti-Communiit M.P..
Iglno (Jiordani, while he explained
to me exactly why he was against
Italy taking any part in rearma-
ment for war.
"If the Russians mean to make
war they will not wait for us to
rearm they will attack us right
i way.
We would do much better to
fight Communism by spending
< n social tei-vict* money we are
wasting on usrtens rearmament."
Ills last phras* was a verbatim
echo of what a reung Communist
vorker had said to me only a
fiw hours earlier in a suburban
d.strict headquarters of the Com-
munlat Party.
When a bit later, I suggested
to an Italian elder statesman
armed conflict might be benevo-
lent, neutrality he smiled and
said:
"Maybe. But one should never
say so. There are too many
ntutraUsta around in Italy and
In France. We must not encourage
l'.ese cowards."
IIOIIM- loi' lilies
PUBLIC notices by the Commissioner of
Polica and various I'arochial Treasurers-
have been warning do)> owners that this is
the month of February and so the statu-
tory period for the payment of dog licenses.
The result has been that within the last
few weeks several emaciated dogs can be
seen wandering about the streets, because
the owners rattier than pay the tax, have
chased them from their homes. There is
still im the Order Paper of the House of
Assembly a bill to amend the Dog License
Act and many people are of opinion that as
the tax on dogs was instituted at a time
when the revenue of this island was very
low and it was necessary to tap every
source for funds, it could now be repealed.
The opposite result might of course ensue
and even greater numbers of thin stray
dogs abound.
While the act is in force however it is
obligatory to pay the tax and many people
would rather commit an act of cruelty than
pay the five shillings.
The answer to the prevention of this
form of cruelty would be the erection of a
home for dogs, such as there is at I.utter-
sea. Whet*'these animals stray or are un-
wanted thcy are taken to the home where
they are cared for until such time as peo-
ple who would have pets take them to pri-
vate homaa The flnancta] condition of the
local branch of the S.P.C.A. is not such as
to make such a venture possible but some-
uld in the meantime be done to
nrevii.t tin- contlnuanca of a cruel method
of chasing dogs from homes and leave them
to destroy people's poultry and small stock
when they seek l<> satisfy the pangs of
hunger.
The import.
has ..ttomptcd to take the slight- 'S^SS^oSTSSlortSSS'S u,lt ''"role Vn "the" event "of
action In reprisal or In ,, nJllinill lllle,eM,s to those of ""
|t*M of the perilled striker, ,h(. Klcmn
What is more, both in France uiu ,._ *-
and in Italy the Communist cam- _.,_ "1*h'"P.S G0, M
nalgn calling on dockers and THE ,at01'1 Kalian rebels ;ir>
transport workers to boycott the ^.M^4ra^ia'TlllLp>PuUw
import of American armaments *"* I,"d Magnani They wen-
has been a flaseo. Sia/taE iSL1!hT, lLonimu" sl
In France the attempts of the v In "s"ortn, 'lu "ln ""TnK
C"^&^1^^ ^"J^SSSISmZZSZ m mm Method....
ffn! VneTSiL amamvttt are party members. Meanwhile to attain their object
W.i V GL.m Thp Immediiite pi-etext for ol P'-ralysing the economic. In-
mi no anam 1np(r ros jaunt jo,, fnm, lhe pa,.,^ dustnal transport, and mobilisu-
THfc main reason why some wns lhc.ir r(.h.|ii(n,s declaration. "on mechanisms of France and
ex|M>rt> are puuled by what they .,n ,ho fvrnt t w u*\y in the event of war with
consider_U deVbmto Privity lla,|11M ,,, ^lend lns' McrPd vreatern eiiroM the Cominform
I MtESHFtPJt if h so" "f ,ne Fatherland against will use methods unconnected with
find it difficult to reconcile with whniever Powers may bo the mass strikes and mass d*
reports they have had of ion- aggressor." stnitloni.
inued Communist efforts o SDOkc wllh ^m* of Cucchis What I have discovered about
build up mil Ua organisations la nnd Magnani s supporters in their this, the secret underground
France and Italy. Rome headquarters. Thcy seemed <-f the Communist plan. I will tell
If these militia groups are as confident that they would be able you In my next despatch.
thcy lo split the Communist Party wide world coi-vriciit RMtRvrn.
L.E.8.
test
brougi
|
I should have been able to do open.
strong as we hear thcy
You Will Never Get l\ Out
BY SIR GODFREY HUGGINS
llniitrr ol Sou
TH1 native population Is
.creasing rapidly; in 1890 It was
MttmatM to he half a million;
to-day it is two millions. The
races do not want to mix
"What nre we doing to Improve
race relations'* One European who of natives into the towns
Is rude nnd tactless to the African growth of the tOWna, UN a
does more to produce bad feeling lessly behind In the construction rh.PVM ^,"^.,'*-.
anything else-. European, ol hou.s_ uwj AlrtaS Mill
him there are agricultural demon-
strators. These demonstrators
iodnu Africans who have been trained
in up to date agricultural method'
nnd they advise lhe Africans or
Improved methods. Thev i,
nd the having an uphill struggle an..
*"?.! CVPn to-day. when a demonstrator
results. th<
tlribule h
I have
success to the practice of witch-
must always be on their best In the European town
behaviour. The key to our pol'ry. industrial councils eonsistinn of _.
in contradiction to the colonial employers an<( employees, wht
policy of Britain Is that we place fix conditions of service for rn n rnulli-ractal society, where
economic advance and provision skilled and semi-skilled trades, the majority are very backward
of social amenities a long way There is no legal colour bar in w' do not consider that being
ahead of political advancement, the trades, but In practice the Kuided by the will of the majority
IcooomkaQy and socially, ad- native is not worth the wages will lead to satisfactory
v a i ice men l can be speeded up in Axed. It has taken many yean mt
the trade union move-
We shall work on the the
pronftrtion to the funds you have lo evol.. .
available to spend, but political ment in Britain. This movement. " lhe definition of 'democracy"
advancement can only come which is much vaunted by the '"""s to regard the people
slowly; It Is not a flower that British Colonial Office nt present, numerically as the majority or
takes kindly to hot-house treat- may be found to be quite unsult- tnf greatest number, but that It
ment. able for Africans when It is pu". misses out a very Important fac-
into practice; on the other tor. It docs not mention anything
We believe that the native Is hand, it may be suitable, about the character or quality of
enUtled to lead a normal family Africans in Southern Rho- the peoplethe sort of men and
life in towns. A few years ago desia are not sulrlclentlv advanced women who make up the people
an Act was passed compelling the t0 operate trade union*. Efforts , .
employer of an African in the have i^,, ma European area to supply proper from time to tune, but they have ,"" ""'. wial''lsh demorrati,
quarters, or. failing these, to pay aU Plld(X, irt lhp Mino wu>._lhl. f'rm of Government consisting of
the rent for quarters By that treasurer made off with the funds * tolerant and rcasonabl
icons decent condition! are pro- This svstem does not affect the Pfople. Numbers will come int.
ided. where the men can live Africans right to tfrika 1ho Picture, bur the great factor
good family life. The rents paid J the way the people conduct
re economic and they are paid In the rural areas and In the themselves, th kind of things
by the employer. Provision is Native reserves, the African Is they v.ilue. whether or not th*y
made for the native gradually lo the special charge of the Native are fair, reasonable or liberal-
r paying the rent as hi* Affairs Department. The im- minded beings We shall endeav
wages increase. I think we shall portnnt thing about this depart- our to make th.' test for the vote
never do much with these people ment is that It also provides an on the line of civilisation and
until we have established a native outlet for t]w trained African, for culture and not on colour. In this
mid die-class; after nil lhl > were although the higher p<..s are at WtjF we hope Ui carry the nativ.
the background of this country present held by Europeans. I people with us, and we believi
at one time. There are other pro- created them so that one day the that thev will never resent our
visions to safeguard the African, Africans would be able to have presence.
but I have said enough to indi- an African director of Nativi' I know that then. .,- \ i
cate to you that wc are doing a Agriculture. Native Education or Euroi^ who th nk^hT.hTSwf
good deal to ensure that he docs Native Engineering. It is to Ik- an pen shou d retire when Xh.
have a home when he comes to outlet for native energy In the Africa,, native Ts flt to mm!**
the European town, and that we transition stage while Africans js own aVVViJ i i!3i^
do .pprerlalr tl..,t the African is are being admitted only , Junior c^immonsense [Jere is noTeasSl
as much entitled to a decent home posts in the Civil s. ,v.,.. X2\J^&.* "P *.'**?>
life as anybody else. I don't pre- Each district has a I^nd Devrl- SK5 in I nii< fi,i-
tend that this stem is working opment Officer, who kupervlses Wr' --" -'
in practice. Because of the influx the agricultural side and under win
Outlook For
Sugar
FROM the Food and Agriculture Organisa-
tion of the United Nations comes the follow-
ing statement on the world pcodaetloB md
outlook for sugar.
The world sugar economy has been dom-
natcd by two distinct trends during the past
few yearsa steady expansion of produc-
tion, and an increased demand for, and
consumption of, sugar in many part* of the
world. An annual production of 36 to 38
million metric tons within a few years can
be regarded as a possibility. Present indica-
tions are that the 1950-51 production (raw
sugar, and excluding the US.S.R.) is likely
to be 33.2 million metric tons, as compared
with 30.4 million metric tons in 1949-50. and
22 per cent above the pre-war average. At
the same time, a substantial demand for re-
fined sugar has developed in many areas in
which the pre-war consumption was very
low and consisted mainly of primitive types.
The consequence of these two developments
is that the world sugar industry is even more
vulnerable than before the war* its economic
stability depends increasingly on the main-
tenance of an expanding world economy and
on a solution of the international monetary
and financial disequilibrium.
Efforts to increase production are being
made by most sugar producing and exporting
countries, through increased sugar acreage,
the introduction of newer and better yield-
ing varieties, and the use of scientific pro-
duction techniques. Extension of sugrr
acreage has taken place in the United States
and many European countries, notably Ger-
many and Austria. Western Germany plan..
to double its 1949-50 output in a few years;
Holland hopes to attain self-sufficiency, and
further expansion is scheduled to take place
in many Latin American sugar-deficit coun-
tries. Factory developments have taken
place in Canada, Near Eastern countries and
in some territories of the Far East.
In Cuba there appears to have been much
marc planting and replanting of new cane
varieties than has been generally recognized,
and the 1950-51 crop is likely to exceed that
of 1949-50. There has been slight recovery
of production in Java. The Dominican Re-
public hopes to increase its exports from
400.000 tons in 1949-50 to 700,000 tons within
a few years. Haiti, Brazil, Czechoslovakia,
Mexico and Poland all plan increased pro-
duction for export.
British Commonwealth and colonial areas.
.stimulated by the assurance until 1958 of an
annual market for n minimum of 2.4 million
metric tons in the United Kingdom, are now
making preparations for a great expansion
of production. Despite the many difficulties
in making so great an expansion, the pro-
gramme cannot be dismissed as entirely
visionary. Instead of providing a market
for about 900,000 tons of "free" supplies, as
the United Kingdom group of countries did
in 1949-50, they might thus eventually be-
come practically self-sufficient, unless con-
sumption were allowed to rise. Even in
the United States, both in Puerto Rico and
on the mainland, pressure is increasing to
raise the ceiling on home production estab-
lished by the Sugar Act of 1948. Puerto
Rico did in fact produce 200,000 tons above
its quota in 1949. which was sold to Germany
under the E.R.P.
FAO | World Outlook and Stale of rood and. Agrkultufat
1900.
FAO : Commodlt* l^poru. Sugar. November, IBM.
D. V. SCOTT
it CO., LTD.
TO-DAY'S SPECIALS
al THE COLONNADE
Tins CAR Ked Currant Jelly .
I'kgv Quaker Corn Flakes
Tins Orange & Grape Fruit Juice
I'Mially Now
M M
211
2S
,".-.-.-.-.-.".-.-.
FOR YOUR BATHROOM
Corner BASINS Mlh Pedestal
Si'xlt" ) .
k i BASINS wllh or without Pedrs'al
22-xlB- |
Low-down SUITES
Illah-un SUITES,
WC PANS. S t P TRAPS
W.C. SEATS (Plastic White and
iBakcllte Mahogany
Cast Iron CISTEHNS
Lavatory BRUSH HOLDERS
1IARPIC, Large and Small.
WILKINSON A HAYNES Co., Ltd.
Succession To
C.S. PITCHER & CO.
Phones 4472, 4687,
are thcro lo stav
pver get us out.
tad
WHAT A COMFORT.. .
to have Hotwater ihroughtrit your Hume
SANTON
WATER-HEATERS
well known for quality products
In immersion heaters and switches of all kinds.
We have just received stocks in
2-fIn., 5-gln.. 6-gln., and 12-gln. sizes
and shall be pleased to quote for
complete installation.
Da COSTA A.
Dial 1710 ;.;
< o Lid.
Electrical Department
GO AHEAD AND HUM
LONDON.
If you feel like hummine a little ditty, then
go ahead and hum. It will make life seem
easier.
That is the advice of Dr. Frederick Parkes
Weber, famous English physician whose habit
of humming while working, caused him to
make a special study of the subject.
Publishing his findings la the British
"Medical Press" Dr. Parkes Weber concluded
it is not necessary to be "musical" to acquire
the humming habit. It can become almost an
instinct, he said, and most people who hum
build up a large repertoire of tunes.
"It is not so much the brain as the general
bodily condition at the time and the kind of
exercise or work that call for the humming
and select instinctively the appropriate melo-
dies," said Dr. Parkes Weber.
"In fact, the body as well as the mind hum
and sings."
Now in Stork in our Clothing Daft, o
RAINCOATS j
by Chas. Mclntosh
TOOTALS
and JAYBRA
in Men's and Boys' Sizes
Also
MEN'S OVERCOATS
in Harris and Manx Tweeds
MMI'lll Al VIIJO
(J. C VINTER 1919-1936)
ttftiotd'
1 ef irnny, c-tmnwllnr and frlt-nd
nrnll bfilKmng, lo IK* Ccoif-
"nd.
Our Readers Say:
llotvl Work
-
Alht li fiucl.t. the row*
krpl: lha loin day's work
seems to guggett that chi.
in Barbados has onlv beei
, .. adopted by the Middle Class an*
(once in A years.) Mr. Ooddanl the well-to-do
should be well pleased to nee a
aiter receive a $3 tip (or his Rood m >et to hear of a protr
rvice.
from dock
trkers. launchmcn
%-iu III ..mnn M hJil .1.
Still *f Wuiii i..-i h q urUm wm.1-
aVSf**.
.i B!or> el.I1 -
- for Wll- for Humourfor th* pollml'rd
Tor lit* bravo dull, that III II.* darkr*.
tax*-
For Patience (01 Lovv'a fUrua thai
atvadlly butiivd
In tlif riroiii hrarl that iirvrr l.llcd nor
rarswHli nil lu.ii
P.-M. mr*!*
..'r Um -.
-VdT
own potfMultis.
> lhnk jou; in our hearl* like tin

Rrnirtnbii u-\ (or m* du.
' Thoiktflit
^Thal Moil*, who** de>tlii.r you
and mvayed
Shall .till nd>ir* nn availamima i
Though now you pan With!
hrlrta (hall bid*
lUm* utlduiir! b

You*
r I*)*.
I.?'. rvanlna: ^ya.
Still, kind and ftrt
our ay:
HSbl vmUi WillUD our hfjit. ki- ImlU
i the Sabbath.
-FWc all lha ifrvkr.
laaaa kmdn
Ionic vigil- Mi you.
LOV' Int.r haht In r nine o'"r - ilrrri:
i. firm Hraolv* ai>d for
ralth,
lly that jo.i itudcd at.u.d<
ium nn ua niu. a houar not mad* witn To The Editor, The Advocate
t3Sa*1 SP,", "v M "ro,u' p,m GcSi^'.W^hC'S"lni the dV: thUink'heaMr. cSSi. wil\"n
Houar ol ptirr La**, pur* Mcr.y. d ha** Hotel Aids Bill Mr. fit more He is also quoted o< ln8 " ,he lord's Day. In fact 1*
* -^ r<^dt,rd "i? '!;at hc '* a 8.harc- sa-vina that his servanU are well nM ""known for dock worker*
abased holder in the Marine Hotel and paid. A waiter goes in to work and lightermen to 'go slow'
i-t that Hotel now employs ia per- at 7 n m. and seldom gets out be- S^uniay so that they NJ U
sons to look after 131 guests. I fore 9 p m., and Is pa.d the urince- a*sur*d of extra pay for working
of that number, offlce ly wage of 7 per week 1 an "
sundry women, trying to let the General Pubh.
included. A!- know that Hotel life in Barbadoi
though the number employed is not as rosy as Mr. Goddard says
might sound good. i| is a fact thai I hope lhe labour Commtsslonei
.1 waits* has to wait on as manv will soon come lo our aid
as 14 guests every day. "WAITF.lt
He also commented on $5 tip
which was Kivtn. and that he was Suntlav Onvnlnit
sure that ho had earned iibout *20 **
that day. All that is oulta To The Editor. Tie Adeocafe
am
taff, L'.ini.'tifi |
and watchme
I uilki
MDCfl
mM JUpruiUi /ram Barbadaa. Ads .; of $20
Ui Autvn. lt>..
' lT.S' .C' . i J ail" nr.'L1'i!f.$2 "' SIR.The corpwpondenoc ...
one day II like the 29th February the Sunday opening of ihi
I
There seems a tendeno' ...
Barbados to trot out one set of
argumrnls to support workinsr
hours that will proni Uh
and quite HWttMI Mt . raUctan
has no beartng
has the much vaunted day of
DA COSTA 8*. CO., LTD.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
FOODS
ARE YOIH
BEST HI IS
Quick l.uurhis
FIU.ET SOLE
C'll FILLETS
SMOKED HADDOCK
SARDINES
ANTIIOVIKS
HAMBURGERS
AI.VES LIVER
SAUSAGES
CALVES' LIVER
CUCUMBER SALAD
STRING BEANS
KALE
SPINACH
MARSHMA1.I.OWS
KFI) APPLES
BEEF SUET
l.iaunr It,/.,/In.
GOLD BRAID RUM
,1-xr Mild
MINES
PRUWIER HliANDY
I GIN
VISITOR.
Si'Ef LIES
COOKED PASTE
6 cents per tin
PERMANENT STABCHER
in liiiuid form .50 per bile-.
ANCHOR BUTTER
.83 per lb.
ANCHOR CREAM MILK
POWDER .87 per tin
STEAK i, KIDNEY PUD-
DINGS .. 42 per tin
SULTANA PUDDINGS
.42 per tin
VAN HOUTEN'S COCOA
.38 per ^4 lb tin
PHONE
G0DDARDS
WE DELIVER
*


WEDNESDAY, FF.DRL'ARY ii, 1*S1
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAf.l'. FIVE
House Increase Governor's Allowance
an allowance (or additional aer- out of the Governor's pocket. ment House in cunftnence on th's
vanu and lor uniform. It had Times were when domestic pa* matter. He was appealing, he saio
been suggested by the Opposition would go up and there should be to his sense of deevm-v
lhat that should be omitted. If a specific amount mentioned tha: Mr. AIMer said that he wvld
the Honourable member made the; the Government would be re like the honourable member U.
amendment, he was perfectly sponslble for, so he agreed witl pxplaln to the House what it w
prepared to accept it. The pnm-iple *j'. then, that ha suggested the reduction to lh H'W that had been told him at
ialaarvanls spedAc amount lhat Government OoWrnment House.
or Ouveramnt House and the *oUld contubutc 75 per .n- " Adams said that the hon-
ll*nt>K They were quite agreed, too. ourable im-mber had been saying:
l was not proposed to buy two after some debate in their pa'-"
I Tor Government House. It was that the Governor should have
usual that a busy professional state car
man usually kept two cars, one sir E D Mettle v seconded
l buTine^ y,n SJSC h0r.Kl Mr *"*"" molK,. but Mr
IVSTSL ".. a Resolution for (a) lhat a British make o[ car w^re^vTInflei.? h-'^h .k ^ w,lklnaon ,h*n rnendt*d it by
could suitable to the d,gny of a ^'1^ wMcS pr * *" """ ** ** *
Governor should be purchased vided them, but in Trinidad there to A. " D i"^..^ ..... .
and maintained by the sUte; was a big car placed at the dls- *"' **ld lh' xhe
that the domestic staff at Gov posal of official visitors Me was
MR. ALLDER PROTESTS
GARDENS, AND FLAGS
Adjourned from its last meeting until 10 a.m. yesterday
bttausc no weather fmecuster was good enough to see that
Cricket would have been stalled, the House of Assembly
was off to an early start yesterday morning. Within an
hour and a half after business started, members were so to
speak, singing a legislative symphony.
First and main Item being dis- 3. The proposals are:
unanimity he had seen around the
eminent House should con- t< Id. however, that some member?
nded him before
that when the Governor was
appointed he must have been told
"so and so."
On thut particular point the
honourable member had been told
-\ Government House that nothing
that had lieen said to him should
be raptag nnatda (>uvernment
House.
Mr. AIMer rvphed and said that
any normal man would know that
uttua to be employed as the thought the money too much. He .f an '"Jun^'0" That was "The wfrvt m ,hls or otJJJ SSLy
personal servants of the Gov- wn prepared to accept the prin- "cli m*n a always respected and he would have to be lold of the
ernor but that their salaries C'P'e of buying a car, placing a **'ed even by his enemies The conditions He was about to say
and allowances should be ">ken vote for f 1 and come back P"r man ' hated even by his that His Excellency must have
borne by the stale; Io the Mouse Liter with the axact "elghliour.' (, ^jj abou| lh(1 ..ondfti
that the expenses of light. Ire He was not one per cent In would meet when he accepted the
heat aiKl fuel for Government No Private Income favour or increasing the Governor's jet*. The honourable member '
House should be met from The informal committee that salary He was saying that be- unreasonable and indiscreet
xeneral revenue; discussed the matter knew that rBUSe *he Resolution was only laying that he was disclosing sonic
that the Governor should Ulv Governor who had no private tantamount to Increasing this secret connoea to mm. unless oi
(4)
make a contributio
of
pay the Governor's servants, pay
lighting at Government House anil
give ihe Governor a state car
Leader of .he House and Leader
'our Party. Mr. G. H.
An ir .xpecttd a reduction
ame.ulrrcm from the U
m. Mi. J H. Wilkinson.
so in Introducing the
The matter had been already
discussed In private between trw
ii so Inn the amend-
lr. Adam.-
accepted them, and the party
symphony went on with Mr.
paying tiibule to the way
in which the two puriies had been
.lid ;o eo-i.pciaU-
Hut the symphony came to an
abrupt end as soon as Mr. O. T.
AIMer joined the debate. He dis-
agi-ed wit!) the Resolution, saylni; (e) that the proposals
it arag llarraaalnaj the salary of the
Cover nor under the guise of
fffnSfimoT ^ fr l.he e'7anU* October. 1950. He would give the assurance
wnU ut^.e^..rflL? "Y 4 The WM and allowances that before an'thing wm put
Z2fiZ2ZH^S!F&& of lhe domestic staff at present the Estimates m that connection
nthKwyTrd.S amount to 849 per week and it is for the future, he would consult
flawTamon^herThinaVTrnv D0W P1000*^ *" increase this the members of the Opposition as
SSJS^&2r amount to $100 79 with effect from to what exactly they should put
crnmeni House. ^ t Jonuary- ,w, Mr. j. . wukimoa. said
Mr. I.. E. Smith. Chairman of Mr. G. H. Adams |L> made the 'bat he would move an amend- lUt from Government House and to diseu-w the matter. It was true
Committees intervened on more motion for the passing o| the ment to the effect that the Resolu- this showed that $84.69 per week he said, that the Opposition had
th.,il one occasion, asking Mr. Resolution and said that he was tlon be reduced by $1,934 and *hat #as paid to IS servants all during reached agreement with the olhei
Alldcr to stick to Ihe principle of well aware that a Resolution of 'he schedule be altered to i.ad. 'be war years. That included side on this matter, but If the hon-
the Resolution, but Mr. Atldcr was that sort was bound to come lo the Domestic Staff. Ughting. heat and ration allowance which ranged ourahle member felt ihat h
adamant In bi inglng out the points minds of many Barbadians, in or fuel $2,400 and purchase of mol >i Trom 75 cents per week for the should oppose Ihe Measure hi
h.- anaotad to bring out. Mention out of the House, with consterna car$6,000. Head Butler to 35 rents per week was entitled to his point of view
of nags at Government House tion perhaps, and certainly with There had been a corroboratixi, re *e Assistant Washer. Thai Of course he did not think thu
brought from the Chairman one of opposition. He was prepared, he said, with an endeavour wnM h * "' an average of about five he should divulge anything he had
howeverand he thought that he hoped would be successful, in *>IUirs and sixty cents per Indlvi- been told in confidence That, he
people should endeavour to look keeping the debate on a high level dua! .Pr week. It was now pro- considered, would be indecent.
w income could not with the p'resent officer's salary. This was dis- course, he was a prophet,
of his salary of $14,400 per M'ar.v and emoluments which ho gulsed under the term "low paid I'tifair Treatment
annum to cover the propor- f?1, *XP*C' lo run Government servants." Rather than Increase That was not fair or honest
tlon of expenditure under (b) Hou*t' ,n 'n way it should be this, he thought lhat whoever was They were doing nothing but
and be accepted as meeting the m*n' "' ""V and entertain two or the staff at Government House only suited the tl.sses ;U the ex-
private and personal needs of rilonia^liwlonl?ll "S1*-*" ?i*F ion* pCr'd' ***" *luTlnI *"**.f lhe mm"**- Tney W"r
- - t-wmlsl Development, h'wener. Ihe war veirs, should be censured extending sympathy to peopl
re coming to the migr,t be said that the present who were capable a taking care
the Governor and his family
i and (d rjToL^ke'reJroi-per: Sovernment HouS'S wou'lSU'a ^^ ,' ** ^^ w>- ^"^ 'I '"HT^ *' ^"^ '
live effect from the 1st of mo!e7run a d *Pnslble. but he had been there we helpless.
for over a year and that was suf
flclent time for anyone InteresteT
in hli staff to see that thev ft)
atisfactory wages
Wages Uaj
He (Mr. Allder) had got i
W.I*,!'-
As Kr wilder went on. the
Chairman again reminded him thai
he was straying from the poin
and that he could not allow him
to go on doing this.
.Mr. E. I>. MaUley appealed tc
iin ChalrRan to Aoii the bosv
rable member every opporlunil;
his frequent hursts of humour.
' Stick to the point. Mr. Allder."
he said. "There you are now all
i top of the flagstaff". But Mi
> per-jnal-
posed to incn
the total figure
increase \
Mr. Adams then asked to report
on the matter objectively Bn;l see without bringing
oui mi. .. r.nv-rnor of Barbados as iust Hies. Their party realised then by *100 "9* Thls increase was stdl prokTess wilh leave to sit again
Z"l7.'o m 'mOUr inot c7v &SX?-to ."" th.l Cov.mment-V House. hM To JS'rf^Sf SfJS*3" nnd ,hC " ""'
He continued to penk nm'd the proposal* made by rommi*- normal family,
incite interruptions from the aloner Adams with regards to the The way they arrived at thi
Chairman. Mr. Allder at one time rest of the Civil Service. figures lor the reduction on thi
warning that -if this sort of thing .... domestic staff was on the basis w fcU ..1*1?
does not stop the people will havo Anli-Govt. Attitude iw .w- ^------------------. -------... _
that the Government would
high
irks had been made by M.-. Adams reminded honourable
i;or.ounible members about the members that they were not asked
difficulties which the Head of the i ,ix the sulunes fol the C'..
Administration would have to face vrnor's servants The point was
av Ju^il'S!? w" no1 InereMest He whether the State would subscribe
stop it." He" described the It was no good their shutting 75 neteenl. and the Oovernoi ji ?-'. V. .IT. .!I'vSr'ln U"*t" 0 portion of the Governor's
resolution a. Mcrlflelre, the their eye, to the fact that for 30U He Though, member, ^a7reS KS**^f mX >'" ,,,
"masses for the classes.- years the average Barbadian had , ,h WM equiuble. "t be Tie HeSd of ,I, GovcriSe^t " "'" """ w,s only '"" '"
At the next interruption from ^.^"^ZH^l "" w" 1 '""y "" ^"1"M 'T' **> "' "" man who cl"nM -
the Chairman. Mr. Mottlev rose Coln f ^?r!h.'hlil. ofitmer* SSI """nslble for the lighting gardens, each contributed to the
,., ,.,k the latter to give Mr .Allan "^."'"V"^'h"'^'^u'k J'*""'^ of Government House They were proper running of the establish-
more latitude leal li should be said '"'""c, y\i 2r22 o. .,Z,Z "i"'S ,lhf "'"' ">' before merit and was expectd lo do his
mi. were stilling debate on the d;n '< for selllsh reasons. started the Estimates were laid they would ork efBelenUy.
Resolution, and here a brief respito fashion of watching the actions b<. givrn lhe opportunity as they
was gained when Mr Adams took ' lhr Governor, of criticism.i him had been given during the last
opportunity to move lhat the and sending him to England for week, of discussing what would
Committee report progress with trial. It was a very good thing be put y^ estimates to be paid '"'","'
the Resolution and ask for leave in that It enabled Barbadians ^te by tne Government and what the 1. .
lo sit again. make It crystal clear that they Governor should contribute And J"a ,
The House adjourned for were prepared to have the ultimate ,ey accepted that assurance fully Governor had > S&skT
1""''h~ voice in Ihe running of their own __ _________________^' m^?.?.. Klil .fl^w"^
; the Head of the Executive, espeet
ally coming from a strange coun
;rv, to say that he had enquired
He thought rnat the point about
the entertainment at Oovcrnment
House made by the honourable
her for St Joseph
In
On rage
The House
Yesterday
Col. Treasurer's
Amendment
Bill Passed
THE House of Assembly yester-
day parsed with slight amend-
ments, a Bill lt> ...nsolldate and
amend the Acts ol ihe island re-
lating to the Colonial l
A motion In ixistpotic the Hill
InM di-feated.
Ir. Adams (L) said that Ihe
bill had met with the rv\
the House. The Auditor General
really the watch dog of the
money of this colony, he said, and
that bill was to bring that office
up-to-date by living lo the holdo
of the office those functions which
mild .'liable him to make proper
checking of functions of that office.
He said that it was not the in-
tention of the (.overnnient lo
lunge the audit system. In effect,
therefore, there would still be
io other department to do
tome rash spending and then put
it down to incidentals. The Hous.-
ould then find itself having to
pass supplementary estimates, he
Bid.
He *uid that the bill was simply
following the Adams Hreotiimcn-
dattotu
Mr. MotUey said that he woul.l
support the Hill because he felt
that if they were moving out tt"*>
had to come Into line with the
system of administration in big
countries.
Pre-Audit System
But he wanted lo be sun- ..<;.!
thf iu.'-.iudlt system would be
retained If that system was not
to be retained, he would oppose
the Bill. There were one or two
pointf he wanted to make in re-
spect lo the filling of the Heads
of the Departments of this couh-
fv ..-M-h bein vlew'i he
mo Civil Service ana the a*cnerai
public wiin much apprenension
For instance, it was observed
that the Governor had recently
appointed a deputy Income Tax
Commissioner, a deputy Ainutoi
General, a deputy Harbour Mastci
and a deputy Conlmller of t'us-
is. He would say at the out-
set that there were certain special-
ists' posts iii Barbados which he
felt should still be held l>v Im-
ported officials, but they ware
other* which local people a/bo Q
possessed thi- nhilitv, i-x|h-i i.-n, r \
and integrity could fill. He hoped -
lhat the deputies -r.- not mere
sobs and displaced persons would ;%
not be brought in lo be made iN
heads of departments.
If lhat were so. there would be
a big row about It. He knew thai
members of the Government In
that Chamber would aay It wai
partly a governor's prerogative to
ike these appointments, but he
nled to inform them that thev
still had a voice In expressing to
Ihe Head of Ihe Administration
their views as to Ihe appointment
of local peop'a.
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..ITinm.
Such i
manner had caused them
CarGovernmenrs Duty
As regards the car, they jlso
.. xt wSi .n* *". slorm>'' to rea"ch~the glut they had" nach- agreed tnat il was the duty'of the
Allder continued tc. ^ nnd ^ ^. *, present. among Government to supply the Gov-
spenk. and other mernl- r... ibmiU
-,
und Mr Miller.
with some aspc
tion. and Mr. Adams accused Mr.
Mapp of making an electioneering
speech
i ernor wilh one car. The Hei
lion had been sent down some-
what hurriedly and
his private income to pay the c~*
of such entertilnment. He hat
special allowance given every
year for this purpose. 'n \
Referring to the reraarK that the '""
Governor should be given a car *ul,J
arabefltting the dignity of hiB r > M-*-Mr
,. They found fault from the point of view or uovern-
uects of the Keinlu- ment, easily the leading. wrtat hurriedly and an accurate 0fr M_ Allrt,. ,.,,, ,.,,, h. rt.d Mr Adamt Uo laid >
Tdams' aco^Mr. Thry .d thank thd._ prede- jf. b, ,o, for the to T,1 "'.$,'a" rm'^qu'S,?^ ttf=^"1rS,J
ma an elertiriiirrrm ressors tor having established the "e thought that a suitable car w. .-u/ete thev them aeiina in I ,.i IiiTmwUi. u.r K
- "lal there are not to be die- could be purchased, duty Iree, [or ,hc mterest or the ,, or In the
Himi
and i
made the motion for the amend
ment of a reduction of $1,200
all right
in po.
tidni llil DMnnbvr 1SW
Th. Senior Member tor the City 'pVo"pTr;h"ou~d''bV""ti.rown 'to'i'l'ic aVX ,"T',K^sJaJrS^iKJrs
.larf. liahUna. hral and fuel al Oovrn-
tii lloitar
f;n Hut
tated
Uy ihe time that the Resolution the internal matters. But it w
was about to be passed unani- possible to overdo the exprcssioi
mously, the symphonic lone of the o( Jhelr sentiments.
J*fij MT. Mi nat uKfi"Vrhe* na^ed'w thoui *"*, b0Cn ^^'"^ *"> h" " *y'4 others should be tr.un,.;, d
thanking the Opposition for their "g.lg f ..ggg-T2ZZ each occasion of the Infonnal com- That should nol be their role as
help an3 support. opposmoii^ac^ whcn legislators today.
The Resolution was previously sary embarrassment which such ^ ovcrn,menl. ,Housc and had
for $10,334. but Hn amendment to Resolution would be to the Gov- 8,vn "> ?^M>BL. ,
ernor by having an Informal con- *i\ E. D. MotUey (ft.) seconded
fcrencr outside of the House so the motion for the amendment.
th.il they would have no speech He said that the Resolution had
Inside the House, but he was been givtn very careful consider
afraid lhat that was not lo be. atlon by the Opposition and he felt
It was nothing more than the that it was the duty of lhe Stale
plementation of Commis- (o at8(st in tne runnmg 0f rj0v-
,. eminent House,
the governor was Flfteen servant:
UuM
i be'
the A.i.
iiiili..iw Ma alto laid a tunm-ni '
I bat Wak | money pal hen there were those by im con.miionrr_..( Naot d.mns on*
ho thought that certain 'if"'
rlple i
Duty Allowance
decrease domestic slafT. lighting.
heat and fuel by $734 made b> Mr.
J. H. Wilkinson was accepted. In
the Schedule, purchase of a motor
car was $7,200. but it was felt that
that gum was too high and the f,na'i j a
House passed n token vote of $1 riotWf Ad
to agree lo the principle of buying As far
DM Gar At n subsequent meeting concerned, he was always omitted
n smaller price for the purchase from any consideration of revis-
of the car will be brought up. lon of salary.
Mr. Wilkinson and Mr. Mottley Adams report,
of the Opposition agreed that the
Government should stand the ex-
penses of lighting. 75 per cent of
the sal.
He noticed in the Annual Esli- ...
mates allocations of $4,800 "duty
ollowance'* to the Governor,
$1,450 for furniture, sationery OBITUARY
$360 and flags $120. When came
to flags, he did not know if this M-a A f* I Vl ,.,L In
provision had bean mode when ITS. t\* \J> IT' ' ^l"
some special occasion necessitated
ployed u ^^ it W|lfl put in und ,lud
Peter-
Km
d that a sort of state car should
he acquired for the Governor.
Mr. O T Allder expressed dis-
approval of what he called "In-
creasing the Governor's salary".
He criticised the salaries the serv-
ants at Government House were
getting over a
said that whoe
should be censured
THE death of Mrs. A
at Government House Since It never DeeVredu%rHeVo\i7d *i7ot k,inh.."'"/^^'^'w, "[''vim1'
was for the Head of the Admin- imagine one having to spend $120 $" ^SLttrSSS rhlh Mrs'
t the ^ration to live at Government per year on fUig* f ,r Government fSSS wasl Vrn to Gl*i*w
n the House, it would not do for them House. The Department was cost- C2HS ci", >!.,.,, i, Vancouver"
,ower to take him from il and put him ing the TO*r. a great deal of f' nd- Jg\Z ^.T oI^.,.,,1
wero in a smaller house with lour or five money and if they were not care- 1(H.n w|,prP in(Cr Nhe met and
servants. For him to keep 15 ful the figure would go up. married Mr. a' C Peterkin. Evan-
servants, It would take about a statements had been nude from gellcal Missionary, a native of
third of his salary and no mcmbei lhe Government benches when- Harhndos
The House and the Other Place of that chamber could truthfully ever Addresses or suggestions she helped her husband In his
finally passed the revision and in admit that he would be wilting "*"' made In the House for the work In the Missionary Field in
was omitted, to pay his domestic itaf| a toird provision of certain social service* the Argentine and the Dominican
for the people, that the Treasury Republic for llfleen yean before
could not afford it. He felt that if coming to Barbados In 1B32 She
Aft.
beca
arguments constantly used
(loor of the House, the
branches of the service
.cTome'.t^'servin'is attended to first.
Kcvihion Passed
that too the Goverm
He had
from the Leader of the Opposi-
. tion and the Senior Member for
r^L.^^ncfhi- ,h* Cllv wh were PPointed from
had substantial help 0f )lls ,:aiurv.
They were agreed that the re-
sponsibility of the lighting of Gov-
ernment House should be the
responsibility of the state.
"Not One Cent!"
If the custom of the Head of the
ii-1 I'M. .-'> WOO
responsible |ncif puty for . fatormtl com-
mitiee to discuss the matter. The
... Junior member for St. James had
Addendum ,nade suggestions as to what his
The addendum stated that: ""* w?u'd,b*,"Ulin J "*\ AdmiwUiUon at' pretext was as
The Report of (he Commissioner an<1 ne Mx ,hat, il W"UI be,. bul It used lo be in the days appointed in 1947 to review and "^il?*!,;1* ' BCC*pt lnOSO Henry Grattan Bushe. when only
" The GoveVnor should contribute pnc sfc,ion wt" ,nVl,ed " d,"Tcr"
from the salary something toward. enl <*casloa al Government House.
;'icr"of "ail whal could "ld to * tnc D*'r- . i?m,* im?Q, ir. Ti FHP!,C and ^M0" hlm u> dM He Wl
omniSs thil *onaI "want, of himself and his of limited pigment he would have evrnXuzMv ,uled out of order,
18 family Since he would have to been the first to get - ?"- -
employ several more servants than say. "not one cent!
nake recommendations upon the
structure of the Civil Service of
Baibados and lhe remuneration
and i"'-.ilitions of
MH servants contains the
following recommendations (at
I>ar,igraphs 222 and 223) in re-
spect of the remuneration and
conditions of service of the Gov-
ernor :
(a) that the duly allowance '.f the
Governor should be increased
from 500 to 11,000 per
iWMim;
(b) that transport for the use of
lhe officer administering the
Government should be pur-
chased and maintained it the
public expense;
(c> that1 some portion of the ex-
penses of the domestic staff
employed atGovernme
House should be met from
public funds.
2. The Governor's (Amend-
ment) Act. 1049. gave effect to the
first recommendation. But this
increase doe* not provide sufficient
relief from the heavy financial
commitments Involved to main-
taining Government House and in
acquiring the two motor cars
necessary for use by the officer
administering the Government of
the Island. Rising costs partic-
ularly In xt far as the wages of
domestic staff are concerned con-
x/us charge
against the Governor's emoluments
proposed to conform lo
the practice adopted in almost all
Colonies.
the Treasury could not afford to was a kind friend and loved and
stand certain expenditure for the respected by a large circle of rela-
people. neither could it stand the tives and friends. She leaves a
expenditure, when individuals husband, four sons, three In
wanted to increase salaries and bados i
< im-lumen is in their departments, daught<
When the Governor was
appointed he must have been
told------------
The Chairman here pointed out EVERTON SLOCOMBE. 18
the speaker was straying vcani of ngc> nf yearwood Land.
i Ireland i
in German.
ACCIDENT
He hoped his ..ml would not
fall on deaf ears and thai he
would see every effort made to
appoint local people to ihe head
of lhe vurlous offices and not
bring In displaced Englishmen oi
other people
He had expressed his view in
mformios ihe limn* dealing with the Adams recom-
"" UwooaH mendallon that he viewed wilh
suspicion some of the suggestions
ond recommendations where heads
of departments were concerned
He hoped the Governor would take
it that that criticism had come
Irom one who was hearing ami
rceing things.
Mr. GUI (E) said that what
was worrying him about Ihsj pro-
I..... the fact that the Accountant Gen-
eral was receiving and paying
out funds from the Public Treas-
ury, and that he was Un- thief
accountant He (Mr Gill) woul.l
like to know who would be check-
ing his accounts and would be
able to make a report on It.
Hi- knew lhat In Trinidad
there was an Accountant General,
but his accounts were audited by
an auditor appointed from the
Colonial Office.
With regards to section two, he
observed Unit by inadvertence <>i
de-ign the words "with the
approval and consent of lhe Gen-
eral Assembly" had been omitted
He thought lhat ir the House was
the keeper of lhe public purse,
It should have a voice in dealing
with the money to be deposited by
Ihe Accountant General and not
divest itself of its present power
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Mr
, kins 1-and. Bank Hall. Marshall
.loams first accepted Itie -...,., ...l,, itle.1 lo lhe f,.*m-i a normal man would emay. the Therefore as It was. it wa. not amendments of Mr. J. H. Wilk.n- piu,l treated and discharge)
Mate should pay for those servants lhe question of saying that Gov- son. He then appealed to Mr filocombe wa* also admitted to the
There was computed to the sum ernment House should be lighted Allder not to repeat anything he hospital. He was detained suffer-
- urht have been told oi Govern- |g from Injuries lo his back.
and the Colonial Treasurer i
of 1891 In favour of the Executive
Committee.
A Figurehead
Hi f.'lt that (he House had
..Iready given away a lot of its
power and he did not think it was
desirable or advisable to continue
doing so mih-i- ultimately the
House would only become u figure
head.
Mr Reeee .irguments of the Senior Member
for St. Andrew.
Mr Adaau (L) said that It was
question of whether they were
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I .i>Etionof nltmni; away impuritiea ftom
II* ayattin. Von can rf*toc* these *rtal
u*aaa M normal activity as rnaay others
baira dona by taking Do Witts Pills.
They have a d'ansing. sooihuig and
aaaaftrpbc B>ct on the kidneys and yoj will
vary quKkly lel the good they sic doing
This tivedaud trusted medicine has brought
reliei to many people like you in all parts
oi the world, why not try Da Witt Pills
for your trouble? They may be lost what
you need. Get a supply irom your chemist.
V
OUR QUARANTEE
Da Witts Pills are
Erepaired under strictly
ygienic conditions and
ingredienta conform to
rigid staodardaol purit*
DE WITT'S PILLS
for Kidney and Bladder, Troubles
fiAU
tfafimily
Cocoa, going overside
(rum a ship in the Port
ot Luntlon Docks with
what looks like little
ceremony, but the staff
of the Port of Loadou
Authority know the de-
gree of cue required
to handle this valuable
commoclity. Wheibci a
pi Hluctiscasytooff-load
or is the most dirlicult,
it is uiest in the expeii*
enccd hunds t>t the Port
of London Authority
tbtrt it has the added
advantage of reaching
tlic largest -j.ni-.umcr
ni&tkct in the world.
Ovaltine
Cheers &
Energises
A ffowctioo against ill-health, a atraoatheaing food far
chihtrao . there's aoodneas la 'Kepler Tor aH asa
' nn<]> Kapler contains viumias A and D and |
'* energy, ,xira Dourisbment. Its tweet, malty flaw
is to palatable too.
KEPLER
ft
COD LIVER OIL WITH
MALT EXTRACT
A BURROUGHS WELLCOME A CO. PROOOCT
Governor's Allowance Increased Red Charges Amendment Bill
Freen Page 5
uhat wer* the normal rates paid
to servants. He was told what those
idles were arm had paid hl
servants accordingly and since he>
lad been hen- he had also In-
creased them
It was up to the Governor to say
what he was going to pay his
servants and not for them as they
were not laying down rates for
Government servants
H* said thai if he were so rude
as to ask any honourable member
of the House how much hi- was
paylne* hie servant* or tell him
what he Should pay. the member
would be juatined in bemn rude
lo him In return.
Mr. F at. Matter (L)
. the Resolution, there was o
M-elflc amount for sen
> .- utiderstandlng that bV <;\
..ment would Py 10* * ,V|- -'
, ugti.
He was in agreement witn the
increase for the Governor and was
satisfied that the officer admin-
istering the Government should be
given a State car if the idea was
to buy the best in the world
He said that he was sorry about
the question of wages for the
servants u he felt that those
figures indicated in the Reseolution
might induce the rich to use them
as a basts on which to pay their
servants.
Mr. HA Crawford that Resolution was a matu-t ataui
should be viewed as dispassionate
ly as possible and they had to con-
sider the facts as they kru-w then)
He said that they should have be-
fore their mind's eye, wh.it WSS
the present cost of Hm high officials
in the colony and whether the
colony could afford to pay mere as
Ob Page I
# Fran page 1.
no objection to representatives of
the four Governments preparing
in the course of a preliminary
d-.nvcrwticn an agenda which will
Include causes of tension in
Europe, including tha i
artnanuriU. problem;. OOfsSenTBlDf
Germany and the treaty with
Austria.
"These t.bjects and other ques-
tions, which might be agreed upon
by common consent, and the order
in which they are inserted em tho
agenda would naturally be < x
amLned by the preliminary con-
"If the Soviet Governmenl
agrees to the principles laid dowu
above concerning the prelimmars
I in Paris, the Qovi nB
ment of the French Republic sug-
gests that HaVesenUthnaS of the
four Powers meet in this citv on
Wrrth t," ||j|,
Passed
From Page a
noirtg forward or backward. M
the Executive Conimittee repre-
sented the Government of the
i untry. they had lo have confl-
dencej in them. If they were
going to think that they were
living up too much, they were
i;nmg backwards, not even, he
-aid. marching in time.
If the name of a department waa
changed, it did not mean that the
-.ime work would not be done
there.
Mr DeweUM (F.1 Mid that th?
argument* used by the Seuior
member for St. Joseph were
..rguments that would hold very
well if there waa minislerial status,
hut since there waa not, his argu-
ments fell to the ground.
COAL IHS Ltp_

ATTEJVTMOJVU
FACTORY MANAGERS
el bUlaing your reqalreraenU in r
GALVANISED A STEAM PIPE
BUsngaBg from M In. upwards
MILD STEEL
FUfci, Rosuids. Squares la all flhM*
BOLTS ft NUTSAll Sixes
FILTER CLOTHWhile Cotton Twill
At raUCES that eannet be re pea lei.
Thm H AMBADOS MIXIHIY I ul.
WHITE PARK BOAR ST. MICHAEL
DV iMlping (
^etiargy, delicious 'Oval
gree you the test to carry on yo
work cheerfully and efBetendy.
ft
'Ovsliim-' provides alrmeats, bbkIo
big vltamini. of the blghaat
value derived from Nature's tine'
foods. The famous 'Ovaltine' Fermi
were established to set the highr-
tandLards ot qualiiv for the malt,
milL and eggs used.
Because of Its out.landing nutritive
qualities -OvalUne' Is Ideal for every
raemher of the family, at mv rime
of the day. As a bedtime heverasie,
loo, it la everywhere acknowledge.!
as a reliable aid to sound, natural,
restorative Bleep.
Sold se esriBgU ft at by all
CkmmiUi and Stow
(juality hasnu.de Ovaltine
th Hi/rids most widely used Food Beverage
p.cjw


WEDNESDAY. FKBRIARY 21. IHI
BARBADOS AIIVIM \T|
PACE SEVEN
CLASSIFIED ADS. 5S"ES2
T1LEFMOMI 2SO
Tit* charge for am
Eim.. Utimi'* Dmi Aikno..
Cgmenls. ui in M.notiam notlcae. >
SB on week-de) >M II i on Sunday
?. any number of war** up to M. and
eanu per ward on week-day*
4 nnli per Ward on Sunday* lor
additional aard
mi it
OYtE-O, PMvmu *h 1M1. M hi*
reaMlenr* IMNin Street Ernest W
Boyee Hl funeral too* place al Fed
Itarbit Son. Memorial T Ml Sin A^n,
Sunday. pm
Beloved Husband W B.no r devoted
Father o( Brneat p and Donald F
Alao -ur lived by Swn HMIIt
Potter and Mable Boyr*.
11 1 -
FOR KALE
Minimum charge urtt T> teat, an
M cent* Jund*,,. 14 word* over 1
worO, 3 inn word week4 'nil
Mra *aado,i
AUTOMOTIVE
auto cycle
Cycle Rood eondn..
shortly. Dial m
FOH IIIM
i oier M
HOUSES
A l-.rr rU|i al Thombuiv Htll.
Mam rid., near Plata Ol.tin. tn.,c Bed-
'uetn* iTo large Dr.auyg .md Dh>
Ing Roam, Oprn Gallery. Modern Con-
y enter ce*. lairMui Yard Encloaad Va-
cant Dial mi
RtAlR ATHOU-. Appleby. Si
Jamei Nowly-built modern Kauir wif
front and bark porch*. Throe bad.
room*, aarh with running y*aler Dir.lni
rconv large utund room Garag- Ser-
("" room and all modern convenient
re. Electricity Reedy (or occupancy
trom let March INI Phone SBV Mi.
C C. Clark* 14JJ1-4j
PI HIH SALES
i-d II ,..
illinium
ind II BO
i per aval* in,
H per upur. Hi
.harpe :
Saiwlay.
-n apaal Sf a
l mmSan
.I. .i fm '- 11
end U cewl. per ,
*"1*"" i-fcero*
" II M ". fa-da
HARRISON COLLEGE
roiMOATMM aU VM 4BSJBJP4
A< '"** c.r.r lacancv Mill be aval.,tic
Mr a Foundation RcfcjoUf al Han.s^ci
C-e in September, mi
An examination will br hade) al lb*
Behnol af am on Saturday SIM March
Pap ..' MtMwtton ran b. obtaii id
HAI'JIr"aON C0LLXOC. and Bnud be
returned weather with Bum or
Be*u*mai Cirtlfkaie am before wn
Candidate* mux ill t* children oi
FbnaMonaa. of St Michael who at in
BO*r and utdbjtrii cucumataneex >! fid
bei**n the *ge* of 1 and If year.
Thar can be mrriMn of Mumon
Coll*** oe of other school,
B. C COBBeaf.
Hoiemlng Body. Hartlnon Col ege
Department of Education
atlh January |M|
1111 B*.
AUCTION
0.151 -
Oxford, purchaaed
CAB 194X1 Mori
la June. Rood co._____
Polar Product. Rlckeii S'ree'
.. Imae Phone PI in Car not avail-
able nil M.i. JO M'
X.1
C-AH-One I* II P. V*Ux*.all In kood
randalKir May be en al St.aup-h. '
Qdrade. Woebuck Street WISI-4
CARHlllman 10 IIP Mlleale 9.M
Jw* re-palnied !alher upholeicr
DUI CdEre tail home *>
Jl 1 SI -Si
CAROne 84. le Madrr Chr-vi
HI lood condition. uwn*r driven
to I. M. Clarke. Jeweller, No I
Slreet Phen- mi 11.
Apply
PICK-UV .(., IkHinr PH
ln order. Apply B E Col
KotbLKk Sirret :
FURNITURE
rURNITUHF;
dre.wr. <1 Wan
'1 ICC boi. II'
Dial 3PM
Mahogany Vanllv
. !> China CdbbMrt,
nona double bed
17 2 11- n
TWO IIOHSEB. KARNChB -l.i oil* il
:art Ooiiui rheap Appl> s i .
. Co ltd Roebiirk 8lr*r-I
11 1 -l f j>.
MISCELLANEOUS
BATHB In Porcelain Enamel. In
White. Green. Primroa* with malchln|
unit* to complete colour rulte*. Top
irede. A. BAJUfES it Co., I-id
111 tin
CL'RTAIN riTTlNGfc Tor anuut win
dow atylUuf. light nnLrol. VaUnren an
draperi*' B. Klrach Dial 4*16 A
BARNES t, CO. LTD 1 JIM If,
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
Ml BAGS DC. SUGAR
NOTICE
BARBADOS
IV i Hi AaalbTAKT (Otlll
OP .riM,
RC WORKMRN'8 rflMIWRATIllN
ACT. Iff*}
VCmCK l> rwieby given t* >l HXKMAN
PILGRIM, an AaMatAnl Me.ha.w-
ployed t **!! Alrpul diea ,
Harbour Log
IN CARUSLK BAY
M V gti<
U rh Mai
bond Pi,:*-e
rrai.al Vitalu>imai<
a f
Wonderful l^ue
_. M Mr* V 1. -
UM UV Daerw^od. M >l -;
KiiiLikr. -,-h T-Mh- D., *-h Mol.
* Joae* B>h EanaMuel C G.irda,
aVh Beaaueen. g 8 latui
ARRiVAI-8
; Streatham Kill. e.MI lona net.
Cap* N.:aon from Tnnid.d via Maracal-
m
i ti li-.aii Horn 8i i^^y,
bwd II j* iee.1 na
it, r..'.tdA4
Caag
i PA|TT1 i .

<;evEHis.HB\i \OTirKs
BEATING OF THF. RETREAT
IT IS notnirfi for ftr-neral inlnrmatiofi thai ttt> LMtavhmenl ,4
the rir.i Royal Inniskilhng PuillttM-N will lie f3ratitif the Relit**: at
thf Garrison Savannah on Wexttiesday. 31st of Pr-bruary. at & p m.
SI.3.51 to
i ..i...-
ha. bean paid
I aall o
Ml I. ,
uUllon. or tJovda A|en
raiDAY ih* Urd ai lljo
- -J* Oark Cryrtal Bugi
ouawing piece*
P Mueun Ron , Co IJd Bi
" June* Swan. PaUehild
Jooe CO., lllnck. Street,
buck Si Plao
H Jaaoi ..
Oeneral Tradir* I Ail it.
i '.....- i Id li. si
Slr .tail |*Jp .'
Wjirhouee. Bndne :
BRANKEK. TROTMAN *t CO..
AkWlM
-J.J"* "" ,0' "' *> |H*_
?!U-2^L5? *cr VK-TORIA RTHrPT
an tkihsday and al p.m a LI.
THAT certain piece or parcel of land liy
1.0C4 aouare fret at prN|-ui.li
'Ijiii.'h..
STMETT.
i idMti ,--
the
.i
Hmar wing, dining loom. kilrh<
J bedroom* iipalali* -*i
raur. WC and Bath, elacii
;* encloaed .aid For uiiprc-
condltloru of uk apply (a
H ARCHER McKENZIE
VMM *a
I -II ! Mc ENPABN'EYS
r. ..n l-RIDAY. 93rd at 2 ,.
1 I'REVECT rURD SALOON
i perfect running order TERMS
R ARCHER McKENZDE.
Auctioneer
If 111- *
At'C-riON 1ALK Or I'AI*
CARS Al Ihe Coamopolit-n i......
Magarlne Lone neat Friday **"l Fel....-
v. al I o'clock aherp. One IBTf Ch*> -
ilet with new lyrea and good engine
alao One Auntm m good condition
D'Aicy A Icotl. Auctioneer
171 SI 4n
Appl
I.VANISED 8IUETS A limited
ity II ft 0 lit x 1 ft 6 in.. Hinge
mred plain dim. al U 74 per .heel.
Ecu.ie.n Bro. 17 1 M an
MOIaERNFOLD DOOPS-The dIMIn
pulahed ao! niton to your apeclal
irchiiectural problem of door rloaiire*.
ma. movable partlliorm Dul 447C
t CO. l.TIl
13.3.51-11 n
VENETIAN ni.INOB.-Klmeh Sun-al.
nil metal De Luxe Venrtain blind*. It
your Miei delivery 3 week*. Dul 44T
A I1AHNE8 A CO LTD. 13 131 I f n
aaadiUoe
l Ptuverba.
302 51 -3n
I VlotUl In e
iinw uaed Apply
PlanUllon
...h Agura* n
ally beautiful de*lgn (3 n*
upward* Y. De LIMA A Co. Ltd., ID
lead Strut 17J.IIIn
PERSONAL
not hold my cell reaporuible for her
anyone *l*e contracting any debt ..r debt.
In my name unit** by a wiltlei, order
ilgned by me
8gd PJ-TO-N YEAKWOOD,
HtlUbv. St Thorn**
10191In
The public aie hereby aarned aaain-t
n.vma rreclii tn m<- wile I.IU.IAN MEN
rllETTA nYNOE nirr CARAXARi a. I
do not hold myielf re.pon'ible for her or
anyone rlv contracting any debt nr debl.
in m name untea* by a written order
lamed by me
Sgcl FMMANUEI. I1YNOF
Tallt Hill.
81. Georir
10 3 51-ln
The public are hereh-* warned aaalmt
Hiving credit to my v. ifr DUtriNA TAY-
IOR inee Barrowi a* I do not hold
mytelf reaponalble for her or anyone
eltja ronlracllng any debt or debt* In
my name untea* by a written order
signed by ma.
Sgd. JOaWPH TAYI-OR.
Parrl. HIU.
The uiul'iMgnrd will rdao lor al* at
am*. Streel over Hindi t, Co Drug
Store on Hie 33rd Febroaty 1*51. al
. by publrf competition one Modem
-built property known a* "Mill
Creel", aitualeo nt Upper Collymoie
___tit Oiurch. v. ith
5000 HJ (I of land. 3 lieO-ooma. Open
tiled bath and vatei unl.i
Electricity, can l>e aeeii from lam In
_ pm Appty Ihe owner on prcmlaei
MM
/ATTR. Jam*. Slreel.
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
By UiBtructuna recatved f
Inaurance Company I will aril <
Fabiuary Urd al F<.n R.x.l
81 .M.'li.-irl- Row ill 1040 Au*l
HP. ill 1RT Vi Pord Sedan
rlLinaged in accident. Bale at 1 ,<
Term., caen
VINCENT C.KIIIITII
Aiictlonrer
III SI -*
REAL ESTATE
tmtm aMi j
Bl'ILDLNG One
otiruteting pf centre
feel aquar*. mth window* and door*.
irrojudrO by a verandah of Pine about
3? ft etuarc. thr eidire bullduid
id by a arUiigted roof. Further pa'
iar* Dial S105. |7.1
The parcel of land containing
Querr feel <*iln the Buildup* Iheir.^
.Ituale In Lucac Street. Bridgetown. *l
joining the piopartv of the Barbado
Telephone Company Limited and at pre
ami occupied ai lo part by the Utmerv'
Newapaper and ** to part by Mia- Cad-i
gan.
Inapecllon by appl Ira Uan
anta.
Foe fuilhr' particular* and condition i-f
tale, apply to:-
COTTLE CATPOBD CO.,
No it High Bireet
Bridget..-.:
14.f.Bl !.
SI J^-aeph
II SSI -In
WANTED
traek Tl cea
84 ttfonti ..
nard u-eek4
HELP
ENGLISHWOMAN de.irei emplovment
preferabt.- hotel *ork Fluent Spanlah
al*o capable of dealing allh Jngliah or
Spam.h correopondence Write Bo 'D*
CO .Advocate. 303 41 1"
MISCELLANEOUS
Empty JEFTHEYS BEER corloru
each-delivered M the Warrhouae ..f S
Muaaon. Son e> Co Ltd Pihe-i
A new and well built Bungalow on
> t HIU called WftHTPlaU). the i.(...
poii, of the late Sir George Walton
The Bungalow Hindi on lg,0M eauare
/eat of land and contain* one large
Luhllc room, two bedroom*. klim>
laundry, bath and lavatory
In a aeparale building there la
->rage for one car and two aervant*
cm* with bath and lavatory.
The proper'! will be art up lor aale
I our ofllce on Wrdneaday the flat day
I February IMI. at 3 p.m.
For condition* of aale apply V
.derngncd
Inapacllon *nv day between ln.30 am
no I p.m. Telephone Lady Waliln.
No 4M1
COTTUI. CATFORD Co
fcaWOfl
t*Ainn
ill net up for aale a
- wt. BrWUe
..f Man'
BOTTLKB M,400 errpiv. tahite, plain
inree.glll bottle* packed In bale* of U
daren each at Ic. per battle imiudin*
iruing Pleote *pply to 8 P Kuuon Son
A Co, Ltd Broad Street Dial 3713.
13.1.11 I0n
IMMEDIATE CASH for rlianumd lewel-
lery old China .ilv'i and SnerReW Plate.
1'honr 443t or call at GOHRINOES
joining Royal Yacht Club ,,,__
IMMEUIATE CASH loi broken Jewel-
uq .,(1,1 milicM ramn. nmatuir. lade
Old B W I Stamp. RORBINGE*
Antique Shop Dial 443B
90 9 51 t I n
Ton
I children'9
I cuts, scratches
I and abrasions
use
'DETTOL'
INI atODIIN ANllStrliC
UU . Sm-t***m
Appeal
MTk I""
Dated
dependant* of Ihe MIC
lm decaaeedi are hereby
i appear at the AatteUiil Court
Wednaada
Itth day uf February. IMI
p a taima
aciiiii dark. AcaUtant Court of Appeal
fa hereby gltrn
I li'lMHtC \| [)
___...gned
------------McDONAIJl COX ha* Una
*'. y latireU from the Finn oi MODERn'r
MAT can-la* o lu ua al Duttin* Alley
Bridretown. and trial the uiid arm will
be conlknuad lo be car 11*0 on bv Ike
lrr*igi>od SAMUEL. VICTOR AKHBV
Dntrd Hi
NOTICE
UNEMPLOYED women who arc anxious to obtain temporary
rk in the United States of America or in any other country m*j
Briviied to rEUU.'r at the Bureau of Employmenl anil Knugration. A
brunch oWee of the Bureau for woman has been e*taii!i*hed in the
building of thr U S Workers' Savings Organisation on CnnsUlutiun
iHill, and arrangement* have been mad* lo begin regiatratlon on
Monday, 26th February. 1951. Registration will be done between
the hours of nine and eleven in th- mornings and twelve and three
in ihe afternoons.
Women whose surnames begin with Dm letters A, B and C will
be registered on Monday; D. F Y and ti on Tuesday, HL on
Wednesday; MR on Thursday and SZ on Friday.
This registration 11 being unitei taken lo provide information in
case oversea* work for women bVotTagfl available 21 2.51 Ln
an Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station
.
vilh ihe fxioving -JU,. \,
Pita a a- Corn BMB:
lmp*rt*i
La- *m.ifi.
* Wllhrl
Tereaa < t;....... a

U.j
Clarke* Wharl
i actand. i* Cheaapeake r "
II.--In. i. Akcaa Pennant. .. Arab*
-. N.e..- Aa.aterdan -. Tog Dm
iuila. Uriona. Itage' I
Haok Otarogru
.... Ciui.n...
*** > IHiMHi >* Brain a* iRaaaa
Mary Kepi*!,. a P T N.M|.
tpr. *.. 4)u*eo BMaabeth gBjgl
l-.ya Hi VU.fr .A'
rO-DAVS MWS FLASH
POSITION
OFFERED
SALARY S4O04) ,
Johnson > Slaiionrn
Itch Germs
iKilled in 7 Minutes
I TtmraUhhaaaaarlyUmlllMntl
and porea wher.- priiii hide and a
rIMe Itching. Crai king. Eciema. ------
RurDtng, Arne. Rlnganrm. I**onal-
Mlarkheada. Plmplaa. Foot ll.h and etkri
Meaalaaaa. Ordinary treatminte give oal>
temporary relief be-aua* they do ao.t.ki"
the lerm caua* The a
'- "Ilia Ihe lerma
*''-i......I I' "*""
U*e. amaolh
_.. ttv*
it iln-i gjg it.
ar tin'.v.rr. Hill'
* V mlnutea and l>
_ **afl.vS*
one week.
ADVERTISEIt Pays
HAINUOATS
.7 15 I U II
IIIWIS *
G oddard
A nd
S lolimeyer
names as popular in cricket
a OA* for Cooking.
## toi; M.i.vf
\ house paiiu. g i .tutmi palm. wall paint,
a oval padnl a dull paint, a brig hi bABbi.
a cheap paint jn rkpi-naive palnl,
C all al .
THE nifWMAM* /#/'##/

' ( i .etuis
TAKE NOTICE
BULOVA
That BlIe-lVA WATCH COMPANY
INC corporation
law* of tha State
State* of America. w
rmati eu aaadrefl* la BJ0
City of New York. Slat,
USA. ha* applied tor
I trade mark In
respect of natch e
ig* laeiefor
or ptalr.1
a* without lei
preetou. said **mi praclou* tlor.e^. p*r-
Heularly uaed for llu> parti uf watrtte*.
wrtat bands. bracelet*. Mfapa
watch** nvad* of leather. Imlt
atler rabric and fabric told, and
r titled to regi.te. ihe xin,
r* month from the Hit day
Frbrutry. 1SS1. unle*. aj
Ihr meantime give no
oaV* i-t opposition i
Ogtltratlon Thr trade ir.aik can i
pplaralMm at m> ofnV*
Dated ihi. ilth day of F*brua*> ll
II WILLIAMS.
Regmr.ii of Tradr M..rl
I thereto <
The under*(g
cin.ee
. on I
at 1 i
. .i dwrinnano
Lodge" with the li
Upper Bay Street.
dence of the l*i> A C. OtHVM
ln>|teclion bi appolnlmanl with Mlaa
Ida Cleave.. Trlepgione No 30S0.
For further parUculai* and condition*
of *al*. applv to :
COTTI.E. CATFORD CO
S03SI -lVi
"SOaia^taUrr Piopcit^ standi i 01
arly S.O00 aq li of land vtualed al
n> of Belmont Road. Bt Michael, too
idraoana. open verandah fruit tree.
an be bought
1 Street
fillANDVIEW-BathUieb* Three !>
Bedroomcd Bungalow, itandlng on 1441*
'On.re feet of land Oder in writ in* for
the **ma. will be reived h F c
im.D. C o Jamea A Lvnch A Co.. Ltd
up 10 4 p m Mth February IBM
II 1
TAKE NOTICE
That it I* the intention o
of Ihe parish of Saint Michael to a '
!. he mtrod-c-l into the Legi.latu-e of
this Island .1 Bill to amend the Parochial
Employee. Pen*ion Art 1M* iIS44-|4i. a*
airended by the Paroehlal Employe*.
PenMon Arr.erdmert A'l 1*47 IM7.5 .
end by the Parochial Banpieyee* Paaaanei
'Amendment* Art IS4I Hf4I-ia. ...-1
by 'he Parochial Ernplo-.eet
Amendmenf Act IMP (ltd* *
P*rnrhlal Employer* Pension
menu Art IStn. iISSB-ij, aulhorlMng tin
Vi*trv to, each of ike arveral pariahai
of Ihi. lalang. HI they comlder it e>
pedlent eo to do' to ci.nltrue to pay l
the parochial amplayaoa who have retired
or may hereafter retire from the **Tvlre
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1M1
Governor's Allowance Increased

pp said that <
. .
would not be out ol pUceto send A.|lh . fiovemmenl lh
tram -* i.
they hocl ucon asked to 00. Th*j another Anvbo.lv >vmild do
shculd also bear in mind the argu- Umil a. ho know the alphabet or
mrnit. ol the Introducer .1 lh touM Jln hit namo. or at loatt
Resolution as well an tha mihii hui. rJL ,. ,. ,w -
,-ant .Hone* ol the member who "'-.ft"*" ,"SJh,'.l|.^. "" Government,
^ocond^l It. " official came to the island as ;--------.......
As far as he was cono
CVeahh Pky
Brwn Crfckel
i byi i m
Commonwealth .
in holiday mood for the iwo
Tournament
Opens Today
9 fr'rwn ri. 1
I iMrni yesterday that Mason
lay
because It had been Hid thai
the colony could not near
more taxation and then :
assumed that although, int.. days match against n strong and Crick the two pace bowline
iniBht ha,ye | UMhdataa from St. Vlneer.t and
Cnveim.r h.- was "o fool the ***" !*"> ,h- * ol *h Ad- v hich oen.n here today. St Lucia reapectively will BO) now
. ,-crncd, he Mf-Dted th. -.ppoint minislralion Winning; Ihe toss, they sent in come to Barbartcs. It is obvious
had noihins analnM the Head of certain m,*ht no< navc *" """"""i to ;hp h(imf. sll|e to bat on an easy thai with almost a <
were no, rcK1,lvlh|llIirs l0V(1,., ,, ... c.htr "*! ***"?. K" "* P,uh ;,nd l
to refer to him in de-
rate, bui i passing, the Head of
The Admin 1straiion appeared to b
a very diarmlng man. and
attractive personal]!..

salary and othe
at tarried 10 it
Bid ihat they
:' .i r"*e nt House and now they w,r.
erly. He Mid that th? c


thai there will not be

Adam. IL]
> that ho
should try to make a hem* asked to Increiw- tt-.
pleasant as possible whilsi in the whlcfc would maun .1 burden on '-'! t.oven.n
island That did not mean that the taxpayer* ** ,
they were going to saddle the tax- Out of the $372 thev ntow voted, H nourabla J"1
iay*r with any blinsM IfMetl tfcaji lighting wan paid for ItM Ow *' Thomas,
might consider lo be unnecessary, nor"* Office. Privata S<<
siwrrty because they might happe:. Office, reception 100ms and ordcil. Member could

night happr:> Office, reception 1
ftom In other words the oceupait
of Government Bouat Ml
Remuneration to pay for the lighting (or t*i
The (.ucstion ol remuneration rooms < ccupied piv.it. ly by h
acassM enough Umt between 0*
At tea when play ended and tho time the Woi Indies
had made 278 for mm- Sc'n 1 lattva fOl Jamaica for
iM four wickets them lo appear here 111 a match
__ to fall were due mainly to Pne of any *ertotttntm
,' m bowling b SapinDar. 1 h^- been informed that it
" 0 ma nay with ti-n* wai recommended to the Board
for 4S assd his county colleague th-; they bo sent to Jamaica in-
pace bowler Fieii Rtdjawoy took latad i>ut this has not been
H. SuTthM Ui.l HonouI.pl. '' ' Sonny H.madhl. aerepted on the n,und that U
West Indies spin bowler took 1
(,,, 1] KVulrr
Oj have been more
tar me Governor tad lo be view- self and famd. Di 1 not all 01
ed in the light of how much they them have to do tnatT why
-pent on that particular post and shou'd the vote b Increased >
higher officials of the cover lighting for his private use'
rong then la have iiated nome-
Ihal "the
Giivtiimci,: was d'.init TOetbJnf
wreng to civil s< nranta"
Mr Mapp (L lri that he had
iot given such an Impn
Mr Adnma nid that the Hon-
ble Junior Member for S*.
Table Tennis
Honours Divided
wculd cost too much. 1 shall go
into this matter more fully
Jew days' lime
Meanwhile every sports f.
hoping for go.xl weather today,
good cricket and a win for tho
l.'.i team
T1IR large crowd, representing
both sexes, tliat attended the Inter- y-. g^
Government" Rijht now. th* As regaroTs one of the o, e Th. mas had said that Uure was ^ ff.!fc2*X M! RllUX *""** W'C-f-
had a Governor, a Colonial Secre- items In connect on with wa\ dirutiifartton In the Inwe- rank*. *1* "11 aiiiv^ .Vh W
tary, 3 Assistant Colonial Secre- for domestic staff, he could 10 ]f that member were not accus-
taiics, 4 Assistant Secretaries and agree that they should tlnd money tomed speaking arltbout Ulinklng,
Ofttce Superintendent and every year for paying the Mir- |,c would not have inude such a
vanta at Government House w.th statement.
the Gov per cent of the amount. hod brought In coat of living al-
Onjy a year ago, they had In- |OWance and other considerations
creased the entertainment allow- for civ|] servants and I
for the Governor from 20!l ou, ,hc (,Cvcrror. The Qot
Annul i:\kikilitn
1 QVBSN'a park I
TUMgar. Frtruaiy lSth. Ut
Hr-eimd-y- rrtoruarv SSUi ISS1
OPCN Dll>
Excrpl on Bun*>.
AdmloloM I,- Chlldirii Half
SYlce
Purll*. ol School Childron ac-
rn.11.1n.1nl by their Ti-hn,
*lll b MtniltWd ! SbkUi a-l-t.
MrnvlHr. ol lh >A * I
bf .Mlmitird -I hall pi Kv jn pr-
thoae omcials might be regarded
;mcipal officials in the
AOttnlnlgti
What was important he said,
1 :)\ the number of high
Ihej hud. but the
t<. the colony
nl eov- ..! not ex.
sive. by all means there should
ne Increaaaa, but he could not
are whv in a small colony like
Barbados there was need for all
' ,s mi.n, he bad prc-
vlously marie mention, and one
wondered what work could lie
found for them U, do.
Mr. Adam. (L) said that the the staff,
honourable member knew that H* H'no
Match In Draw
VICTORIA. Feb. 20.
The M (' C. dismissed Victorian
Ccintry Districts for 7 and re-
ith 134 for no wicket today
tch here.
i ' '"""-.!' to *00 a month and he aaw no menI na6 ^n to ,he |ower
reason lo Increase the salary by r[ tnr c-avil service firs: and had
paying >< of the wages which tncn ,nied to the (Joveriun
were to be paid to his servants. There was no reason for the re-
lic therefore moved that Item 7 rrarks marie by Mag Honourable
(a) Domestic Staff be amended to Member in connection with tnc
ren-i *960 instead of $2,652 as thit ClV|l Service,
was more than enough to cover
the proposed Increase a wag*-'* *' Devaluation Irrelevant
Mr. Adams said thai devnlun-
moved that item II tl^n w;.* alisolu'ely nothing to do
they could nut reflect on a pre- UjhHng. heat and tuel for
vious vote The legislature had **B2 was asked to be voted
passed a r.-ornanising order for < 20 the purchase of a
those post* which were in exist- motor car lor which there was
in.. token vote of SI be deleted
Mr (ranraid said that he was was sorry that he would have to
referrinu to them i.. make his le.ive on account of a next pressing
point Wh.it the.v hiid to bear in tngflgement before the actual vot-
mlnd was the total cost of those mg was recorded but he wanted to
lo the colony. Thai * m,ike It perfectly dear that he wan
entitled to keep before their only supporting the amount WtUCb
mind's eye how much they nctual- would permit increased wages to
led on those high oil,- he paid to the stuff.
Aa far as ha k.
the only colony which did
not have a rest house for the
Oovarnor, but yet was keeping
clal*. and he referred to
purely in passing.
Although the resolution did not
set out directly ihat thev
incre.isinn the emoluments o| the
Head of the Administration, yet
It would be noticed that before,
he used to p,i\ his servants 0111
of hi- own salary, but now they
wore assuming the burden and he
was contributing a small percen
salary.
Govern men I llmise N'ol
nlfht aaw R. Alleyne and W.
Ramsay win three games each.

1 tv against the Aqu-itic
Club while Ramsay represented
Pox against Evcrton.
l. ; nun School. wh<
by six ...in
ESr1 Tin;/"";;.! VacSSk "65 ;hVeV-oV\heCoun,ry Eleven
wM tkntmm In brisk dttptay batted
The folfowlng nnw will lx through ;i heavy shower to reach
played tonight Fox Vg AquatK fiQ hi 33 minutes. But u lew
and Foundation t Banifl from B minutes later ram lauied Iho
o'clock. Y.M.C.A.. vs Malvern and Komo to lie abandoned Beuter.
y M.PJC. vs l^nville from 7.30
Arrangements, are being maoi -. _, f. *
to hold ..11 exhibltloil betwn [ usiluT8 BoaU'lI .Vl
Ralph LagaU, Trinidad s act, and
II Butler against local players on T,,E Regiment defeated a team
" lock. Q# tnc Hnyal InniskilUnga 51
yesterday in a football match
which was played at the Garrison.
The game was slow and the Hegi-
i.unt dlw first blood about It)
_. minutes after play in the first
eat- half had started.
the Government in the way that ^ hv onBe ,rom thr Barbados J. Parrta kicked in Iwo goals fm
no member of the Opposlion hid Rp-tment on Monday in a small Ihe Regiment while " JJ^'
ever done Such a speech was ,.,. nn,. match ..t the Miniature Rowe and R. Phillips netted one
D ---- putting it in the lianas of the RfllllI(_. at the Drill Hall. The each I. Taggart at cemre iar-
Barbadoa ^,k trf. , .. ,hal M nt ..,,, ZZZZ ,. . ,i.witii. au ots.. ward scored the only goal for the
viafton
*hich
and
ith the matter. Devaluat
no devaluation, he "aid. the (I
ew ernor would have been left to be FtKli(V mgni at 8
de.ilt with after the other civil
servants, the same way as he hail
been then.
The Honourable Member. Mr
Adams said, when he made .1
ipeech of that sort, was damaging
REGIMENT WINS
SHOOTINCs MATCH
I the
BAND CONCEIT
By kind permission of the
Commissioner of Police
THE rOLICE BAND
will give a
CONCERT
at HASTINGS KIMKS
on Friday. Feby 2Jrd
at i> in
In aid of
St Laurence Child Health
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ADM1HSION ::: Me
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i:"UI BARBADOS
VAdlT CUB
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Members are invited to at- j
tend a MovlO I'nluru Show-
entitled 'Enchanted Ulea"
le.iim ing scenes taken in the |
South Sea Islands, to be
staged or: Friday 23rd Febru-
ary. ItSI. beginning at 6 la
p m by Mr Charles Allmon.
who has been taking colour
films of the Island for the
National Geographic Society.
By order of.
The Committee of Manage-
ment,
T. Bruce Lewis,
Managei
0**
ft*
,l>
A variety of these
pretty Fashionable
and useful Items
made In Jamaica
and guaranteed) to
make you look
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Gave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
10, 11, 12, & 13 Broad Street
A TEAM ol tight
lnniskilllng Fusilier
other side to say that one ol '"their acorer.
own men" had said that the Gov- Rcgi
emment was faulty in that re-
spect. "A line speech fog the Op
ere InniskilUnga 328 pts.
nl 391 pt"
strong check on his activities ant ,,.>'. Mr Adams ;-aid.
.-.-soctatlcn.
He said that they might have
followed In the past with better
jusllllcalion tne steps taken bv
other colonies to provi l. i>h
equisite* for their Governor than
the Jtepn
ll.ey were then asked lo.
Mr Mapp iL) *aid that one oj
fortunate things 1.1 the pie
o^^s>coq->o-jwuuiooo<^1........o Private mentation of the resolution dealing
It eras not merely to sa> that v/lth the Governor wan that they
borause other colon}es were doing had brought It down when the
eorialn thinws that they were t
follow' Th- honourable junii
Hou*e was not considering Esti-
mates for the volume of the Civil
Service
Muit Another Civil Servant"
He (clt that the time has
when they should have ap
ated what the Leader of
House har* told them that
mender for St. James began bv
aaylng that his party realised now
that Government Mouse was not
a private place and the expenses
should be borne by the State if
they did not realise that bef<
they must have Iwen sleeping
The ran that when his iMiri-, 1 an the Governor was Just another Th
this country for years, they re- r'v" servant. Constitutionally, he
fused lo give to the Governor of ,d- we Governor had the power
Barbados the emoluments which to veto, and therefore, he might
certain other colonies had given hove been in a different position
because, in their opinion, thev did Horn the other civil servants. He
not think tlml thev should "have felt that it was the Government's
BgaM given ..tunide to treat the Gov>
If tlu'> wvra limning the eoun- that light,
ti v now. this Resolution would not He agreed with Ihe Gtvornor
have been before the House for that he Job of a governor w-is no
ihe s mple reason that thoy might mean office. But, he however felt
feel that the people of the colony that Barbados Wtat very near tlv
would regard It as a special effort position when he (the Governor)
by them to carry favour with the would simply be looked at as a
Head of the Administration and civil servant.
they would not have been so bold Mr. Mapp said that the House
as to introduce it. Now they were should not have considered the
supporting iL because they did Governor's emoluments separate-
not want to he outdone, in tho iy from those of the other civil
eyes of ihe t.ovemor. by the party ervantit
In office. He ,ald ,n.a wilh lhc devalua-
As recently as when S r Grattan il0n of the pound, the Governor'".
11 '' ^*.Vov,raoffJ ,h\ h,":""'1- ggfloliamtiiti Ud tMOn tfssrntrtdotH
Mr. Adams replying to th
curable Junor Member for St.
Philip, .sod that he clscae Ihat day
to snare at the members of the
Do U 1 Association for support.
Ing the Government. That mem-
ber had forgotten that he was
the only member nt the Hcuse to
suggest thai the Governmen:
."hould have sent down a Resolu-
tion to buy a BM 1
fumish it for the Governor, and
ha tnid Itait In the midst of thi
war.
31m '-iiposltlon had stated that
although they had not intended to
go the whole iray with the sum
asked for, the.v were prepared tc
support the prmeiple of the reaolU'
he Hon. He wanted to ttuink then
for taking the matter In that light
YOU
I I" it toII
Umii ]< nd
niber* on his left, wh
tn In control of lh# E\-
eculive. were asked lo give him a
ear. but refused lo do so The.v
only gave a policeman to act a.*
"&?-aSTJSLnUsft. wrdTdT,n:' STrS
miwl HOUM was public proper- "ho dUI "" ""
ty and not th; Oovernor'g.
He believed that the>; were imp-
ly cut. and so it was with every
i.vll servant. He was waiting to
see what wculd be the Govern-
policy with civil servants
when the time came around.
There was no iimii nor woman
alary, he said, whether hi
she was at the top or bottom.
be was."
did not want the Governor to feel
ihat thev were going to be out-
done by the member-, on his right
even although there might remain
in their minds the fact that they
gaara placing an additional and
unnjocaasary burden on the Stale.
He .aid that when they were
considering the Governor, they
.thouId consider everybody else
He .>.. noptnf that the Governor
uld arrange mattoA at Govern-
He noti.-P,| that the introducer m1 Houp so that part of the
had not tain trotted out th tIa" lhal lnev wcrc proposing tn
argument ih.it they had to pav a >n-v' n*h! become civil servants,
high Klary In order tn attract'the "State-paid Servants"
righl type of man. The position He did not like the idea of pass
soon would be that the Govi-inoi ing thai money and leaving i( lo
would be more or less a rubber the Head or the Administration to
stamp and real power would lie in pay the wages that he liked "Let
the hand* of the elected represen- ihe servants that are required t
the people. This would iun Government House be state
be as f -hould M Borne years paid", he said. "Get a housekeeper
ago there was a Govcmcr her.- ,n charge of the servnnts" After
who was both deaf and dumb doing that, he said. members
with raapoosabla government, it would be less able to say tha*
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