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I'M.I IK.Ill IIAKIIMHIS M>\<>( \TI TUESDAY, MARC II M, I'JSl I a moose Outsails Cyclone Wins Fifth Trial Run ti\ Our \iirhtinu ( orrmpondenl) >Y HOAO'S Vamoov had an extremeh ful areejkand Apart from winning the "C" Class ra<* at the i 01 Saturday hi n Ui tt*& to Carlisle Bay on 8 ind ind. with her ^nce and .speed. d %  %  Tornado trial run 0\ I III All III i. ii jCxiuw and irpkji .HI c* out on Sumfa> TiMn, 'in, Ir.vl H was flrSl i.f at the hi-lm H> anted hri I mark Comlruj -round worn megiuflifntly incl hijini^mrnt 'Cyrle-ne thit ll struck TIKnui Ul tw-k:-,, wax food by *corln [ami droofVcl OUl bpB>*l 1 these Victoria S — —e. has -ol third then 1 lm ii.tr r faaaaa %  | far. cJn" "lorif -Iswanara. 1u> twlund I-3i it I Mrfak of vu-' (already stopped Out I Vrttam wm iii*-j Vmaaf K*'I>I up her lead anil quaUtltI | ih' markjw.-.s fli*t ui-iintl th-woatrrn inrk fT :h.Harbour Pol iff pior in ihejin the lat round Zephyr MTonrt round SJir dropped out of} second position all the lime tfi< %  7*pt.'. I hot %  iv l.-i. (hi 1 lllll >.<. ould UVC been wruppeil b> VlRHHKr Mspfajr. fine Day It a> a r*>uumul uSJ nado mcinn. The inn •*fjirly .-irons; and the t>Oat* nailed nuu ; In me previous races Seven boata U I Itirakaway is *lill awaiting a iii.rice 1 % % % %  (1 ("met Only one ao o io wn marred th* racia*. Ivan J'erklnwas sailing Ldrii nicely but after tfonm I The western mark in tr round the fib .'lay obaUl plait iy md Edcii 1 to ttrop oat 11 wai eventualij l h ii |>) OH intermed in w* boat Gnat Of **wan>em all 1 can Teddy MacKlnstrjf reeled 100 much, iii earrtad %  eraw 01 ihre-i .mti with thai wctgnt he P rtalnj rould nave given swiaui til thi mejaeall. By the onrt of H* 1 the was away behind the cthfra and dninped out race. Zephyr waa the only bt* I Orion e chopped out. to give Yamosweany stiff opposition She finished second, a minute and 40 seconds behind Vamoove. John "' Hiadon Belled Thunder vary wcll'SSI in the early round* bul in the Itnalj lound, perhops boea u ao no mhoi boats were near to offer opposition, she slowed up considerably. She finished ihird. four minute. and IB seconds bahlnd /.cphyr. The pcrtoimanre of Trmpe-t v ..? not aa good ga in bar Aral trial tun Colics Cot brought her in fourth a minute B pd 42 Fronagle In the •tcOnel rouikfl Zephyr went ahead ol cy rlonr but not for lr-njf Cyrlone was Qrst 10 make th ( w-i-n. mal% with Zephyr rlose behtnd and then Vamonae gad Thunder Zeph>r bad C.vrlorte covered al every track and they both took The same courses. Teddy Hoed, however, takinv iced Iran the leaaan h> the first rrund. took .1 southern i-ouraP immediately after goinr art und the weat< m mark He came right in |i i ihed 1 ickad ""*'> 1 .main, baadlne straight for th mark off the Harbour POUot met He cut gcroai lha bows of both Thunder third Trmnesl fourth and Swansea dTCH Afatr grung .iimark Yawoaae again took : %  aoalhetti course aaj %  %  < lowcet with the BKcepUdn ot Tern %  eat which galled aort* \amo a n castad th* mark off the Harboui PoUce pt and eventually Run" Zephyr Bnl I iluml.t and Tempt The Committee of Management of the Tornado AageCBBtlOl pected to meet shortly and it wil fix tlie date for the First Toruacli %  The Resultn were as follows:%  nmain wore as n>u*' BJIaHag Tiii*ripsnl Piss 1 t-: neoi 1" 41 a sa 1 1 St 10 10 nsr !<• DM iaa| 0M 1 11 N Cornel D.HB >a\ aiiiiah Club IVnnis Tiiurnuini'iit Wai tSH s .C.WJ.Prafeort | \\ ill \ isil Givnada SI members of rhe P MeG Psiiei II E lh n.rt-<-rhnr *Mon H Ch*ll.l.. II Mlehollf A T. A Gillen' Traffic llon'l No. 8. • DO vw own: n rin: /i*w> WITUOI T I WlXDSCmVUPS n IPKR Spate made available by CANADA Ml for Safer snotarlng. Water Poto Aiul Swimming The Barbados Amateur Water Polo nnd Swimming Angoctatlon which was lomted Hi 1M? ate boldlnsj their annual general meetlo-moriow afternoon at 5 >ek at the Barbados Aquatic Club. Beside* the six clubs in the association. Snappers. Flyim: Ki-,li Barracudas, Bomta*. s. id Police, it 's understood that Y.M.P.C. and CarKon aill ba sending •> to the IM'OtlllU. inUri'slcd In Ibe cair.e is invited especially representatives from >cho*>!s. Harrison Collige. IXKlK-. at) One at 'he items on the agenda is Ihc formation of a girls' league After the rrinlded ladles' taw to Barbados in November, watei Polo among the Indies has b increnslngly pnpulnr. the local girls perloiniinK verv well against the aVwMad ladles In November If there i: n gimd turn out of the fairer eea* at tonioiiow afl.i 0000*1 meeting, there tg no rcas-m why .it leat four teams rannot be formed Th< IBM season will probabh begin sometime in Mav and arlU a tour to Trlnidi-d on this vear trogrniiiiTie of activities, comps t ltion e cxceplionallv keen Grenada Heaten The first hall WJS slow gnd ; tap Ul which found Steele. the visiting cut.odian. out of position. Faj Qrenadg Taoy Banwii k on the right wing -hot tne •quausar la the lacond half. Berkeley, at ccntic forward; sent Rig team into the lead with ;i lovely grounder from spgll out'lde the Sree Tony Henwnh .n the third to..! He am in ,i hard shot from the right the bal %  the aoal, 'truck Oranfs RSMK and entered the nata. The Game Grenada took the louch m with the Island defcndmi; tonorthern goal The visitor,, were first to ntlnck and nearly Opened their account when Tony Ren* Ick centered from the right winy Smith, in goal for the bland was iui of position. Berkeley lecelved the ball but f.nlid to aaare Barbados opened their account when Wilke*. at centre forward: recened the ball from one of 'he half's. Ho quickly passed to William, who took a shot. The bail struck Steele and rebounded I in Williams, who was following i' up. tapped ii into a*>a goal. After the touch off the Grenada forwards went through anl Berkeley took a shot **tch want wide of the goal. The visitors %  i awarded :i comer nnd the kick wn taken by Tony Ran wick The ball ramc In nicely end Berkeley took a beautiful • %  hot while standing with htt back lovrardi the goal but Smith saved Half lime found Barbados still in the lead On lesumotion Grenada BtM the equalise.whei Berkeley centred Fletcher headed the da but It j Btnask the cross bar and rc-| bounded Tony Renwk k. who was running in from the wing headed II Into an open goal In B few inn.me (J into the lead Bat aaley took .1 beautiful grounder from wall wd side the goal urea Afte. Smith the ball struck the left up | right and entered the Dm JH the last nunutes the tempo of the aame qukkerasa|?j Bai % %  ."., • %  mtly iiu*. I encountered n stubborn defence I In the Grenada area. Grenada went further into the lead when Tony Renw ick rut m from the iiidit wing The ball, which wa> travaUlm across the aoal, struck Grant's knee and entered the nets rhe teami wen (irenada: Ste.lo. It Renwick rCapt.); CiilleniUir; It K:n.v Cummin.':; Husbands; I 1 4 ,.i.i.ii. Ed A Renwick rtarbsdo-. s I. Smith (Cent > FOOTBALL GUNMA 1011! iii nil 11 >ijii>ii Barbados Grenada ON WF.UNFSIIW '1-1 M\HCII lP^I Al :> P M AIVs>IO\ Krnslucl m M.ml Oeeraa CaaJleaar M.mi I 1 aassrared It md 1 Graanoa Gd Note: S ea a en Ttehetai aa 1 valid for thai id I ttea .: maleli The Weal her TO-DAY Min Klses: 0 05 a m laa 1MB: 6 11 p m 1 oilM..eh ii Mchliiit: 6..10 p m iiikh vTaleri I K a m Ml P M M STERDAV Itainfall iCodrmgtoni Nil. I 1 FBI Month to Verier day: la lamaerahsrc 1 Max.) N %  1 1. saaaea lBi a iMtn.i ;3.s r Wind ll.roiloti: i9 am 1 i M.B.. ii ii m 11 N I-: Hind VfJaetty; IS miles pel h u i Bs r a a a glu I 29.97*. <3 p m ) 19 021 S'* g.ive Ihc bast i-1 nada in the Table Tennis tournament wlurh look place at the Y M C A last night between members of the Mtitmc st Oeorfle*i team ..TH* Barbados The raiUltS were as follows: — A Ranwiclt (Grenada) !..%  : to Hamsav ::i _'| o 21 Steele defoated Leatla 21—IB, a—21. 21-13 A Renw left (Grenadio lost to M Hurray IS—21; 20—2'* J Husband* (Grenada) tost 10 Allcvu. .'" T> Steele (Grenada) lost to Qoodlng 18—21; 21 —IB. 17—21 Kui b indi (Granada) lost 10 Worrell 26—24; IS—21; 17—21. Reton Football Mutch To-morrow THE Ci-eniida Footliall Team win meet .uiothei Baihadoa XI 'o:n v\ %  fttrnoon at Kensington. A Colony team m veaterdaj arm t> morrow'i ratun ajarna ^v ill be Mruaatk I the bcttei siilc The H:H(M(1OS team is: — S. l Smith CCapt.), (Empire) K w Grant (Bmpla i. w otb i m Brjartan); ( O Alley IK i Emp re"J. ii C Cadi tai tan). C i' ''.m. na (Spartan) J Williams (Harrtaon CoUeaji i N Lucas (Carlton); G Wilkei Lodca). c Blades i and 6 Chase (Snartan) fly to BOXER D/£S t POn* OF SPAIN, March l t. Mann i Mtberwtlshl U.xfi di.-.l .tl the ti.li.ni.il Ho*. pltal ihi* I..UIH1.,. Mann .* I.'i anad i.. (...v.I....... In .... 1 .-. ..itri bclna ......^..i ,.u> In Iii.1 l^-ni with M Peroai but Dlght. They'll Do 11 Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo ;ce=.RR> 4S THE RRST O.E OH TrIE JD3 A".D TJE ..JST "TO LEAVE Ti-E JONT I4&TT % %  •N ONE D4V, •& •.E MmcLe, I-E FWSHES -(S *ORK, ]/ CLEANS HIS -XS< AND KEEPS A 3CNT-AL CMTE AT 4:30WO GUESSED IT.' BAH! PROBABLV \BE6N GONE ALL AFTER\ NOON.'CANT IL^N i'Y BACK f BUT TV-E NO-OP LOADER JSNEAKS OFF! HAVE HIM \ REPOST TO {ECKSTIIN 0S) NEW Freshness of Spring in this FLDwr.m.i) FRENCH CRFPF. 42 inches wtde Per yard $1.47 CAVE SHEPHERD &. Co., Ltd. 10-13 Broad Si. via PAN AMERICAN CUPPER" HEAL SORE DRY SKIN • Memholalum Balm heals Sore and Cracked Skin just like magic and it is so simple to u>c. You jusi RUB II o\ 'Mcntholatum' instantly stops irritation, sooihcs soreness and makes your skin cool and smooth. 'Menlholaium' is good for ALL Skin (roubles. As it cools it soothes. As it soothes it relieves. As it relieves it heals. Quick—get a jar or lin to-dav. MENTHOLATUM ASK FOR REAL MEN-THO-LAY-TUM Made Only By Tht llmlholilum Co. Ltd.. (tit. 18891 Slough. Englond. HOT CROSS BUNS Order Yours To-day Deliveries Thursday J i • I ..7 i Anllaoa Tour Id %  arvloa brtwren San JUJM and New Tork H HI. < urrrnrv *>IIO Way S239.36 Ronnd Trip S436.72 • Via Trinidad Touriil Service brtwrcn .i i :.i % %  ,n ,.i New York "UP Way S2S3.43 INmnd Trip $ 339.12 B.W.I. CurreBry • MIAMI Via Antigua Our Waj Hound Trip 5220.IH $396.72 B W.I. Currency EUROPE Uiunou, Double >0adtad Clipper Service botween NewYo-kaodlfoniollani-c poioi*. Overnight octomrro.Kitlo.i rHone ?\7? tA'tn Sn %  EASTER STYLINGS /•r Spring S....-.0 LADIES. MF.\*.< AND C'llll.DKrN'S SOCKS ALSO CLEAM.KS. HUM AND RRI'SIII'S M€MM*4> N OTIC E ^ ill Our Customers please note that Our Store will be CLOSED on SATURDAY, 24th March • Phone 4267. WILKINSON k IIAVMS <(>., LTD. I



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II 1 BOAT, M \RC1I 20. 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE I'M.I rUKEE Shopkeeper On Larceny Charge n'g L n IIAA Beets officers J Total $7.10.000 Mr. Issigonis Has A Design For Driving Hearing Continues Today %  bado* Aututi I The toul %  „... „,.,...,... .._.. — the LJImi on the I7th February 1951. us* uf houwi.. B officer* HEARING ,n the case in which Elizabeth Kin*, a shopfSi.TffilhJr' SaoSt"'",., keeper of Tudor Street is charged with shop breaking and allocated, making .< total of lie a M t wi Major J D. LenaIntroduced To The liar B> KOBUtT WALLING A thoclb"\ refugee from the War I ha* become the d llritain'a mom incred.i'lr cur -;f larccnv was adjourned until to-dav by His Honour the $:.WM Cipt. C J Hryar j-Bt, v... -Prea* Chief Just.ce Sir Allan Collymore at the Court of Grand ^SSTH, 't^i 'l I •.-relay. H aald'ihat • %  money would Way, Ommmee; t.t o.i J Co The case occupied the attention ever appli...:i..n received from neii. of the court the whole day The 3,000 people up to the end af Caps jury u empjanelled. No bail Wff December, 1840 w **J*, m More Technical Knowledge Of L*-dfe and Itar ii"-n Cotlfgg, Mr O* .i> >. stcrd.iv Bai Hi WM nit" hx the lion %  %  OBE. Mr %  S. hUch.dh. ... si J, Hodsen. O.BB, Mr. \ unK Th_ Jord.ui. Co) T M Mr. Horn % %  .. %  %  11. granted there la a two count Up "to'the end of February Mr. Ronnie Cittens and Mi %  r ; ,, indictment against King On the 1.39Z loan* totalling 1347.690 hat Max' =>> oeiore ion* to 1MB In an CoUegaj uf Tropical Agriculture in Rogers aomctime between Sepof which $3.(178 wan repaid durTnr Association is ... n OMi-td BM. (Too much '/or'c to the West Indies will be of great tember 30 and October 1 ing the same month ladies and gentlemen who arc in do to gel man an value lo our future generations. She is charged on tho second Mr. D A M Haynes. Manager u-rested in motoring and Una > %  ! ***"' Is Mr F L Walcott, M.C P told count of receiving good* to th** ff the Labour Welfare < Housing Safety whether they own .1 mi L the BO .. natural lh AdTjeale yesterday. value of til 15.4 knowing them Loan*) Organisation told the ,. ar ornoI The Annual Wbatrl| IseiROl Mr Walcott had just returned ap be stolen. King pleaded no: Advecate lh.it the loan* were be,,<,., te n,^ llllX peTlooi jommr Think th A II 1 1 Ul vi irtv 't, m Trinidad where he attended guilty to both counts. Mr. W. W. %  n repaid satisfacioriU The pur.,,,_,., ,,„. nu nlr ,,f jgmjtn • for poae. ' lh loam wag for repair „ nth t to study engineering, rose to be? vhe celebrations of the Silver JuReecp K.C. proaeeai BJ trgaanaata, CODatruCtaOB of Ofkf <>f Lord Nufheld's chief |hf| Imperial College of the Crown while Mr. G. H. COndttJ Tropical Agriculture Adanw associated with Mr. purchaaeand, bby used to be to drtee n ^,,i that the ceremony was J F T. Brancker i s appeanr.g buildings. whSbuilt, iingle-aeater very Impressive and the speeches on behalf of the accused. sjuarter I ontnamed Umba. ;,n pointed to the importance of First witness called for the As far as purchase or construc"Can't afford the money or time Agriculture In these area* proaecution was Inspector Franklion was concerned, the applicant now. bj Wi aie fortunate lo have an "y" wl "> said that on October I <** required to1 contribute 25% Future Morns cars' *| haven': j c T A Situated In the We*' a( about 930 in the morning Of the cost and the remainder wa< finished yet." he told me 1 am indies, which ure malnlv agriculClement Rogera came to Iho furnished by the Organlsauon rjiinklng out another Minor now" ui.ai centreV he said C I.D and made a report. He ". %  %  4 repayN BkU It will^mpnaTise'the imrxir*>t to the atore of Rogers ... -.ent wen In keeptog with ti.. Here ,.port of tho lance ol agriculture to the fulun Judor Street Sgt t Phlll.p, who J^r^J^^&fag* iMllourcr model, which, at £182 generations who must of necessity h a wsrrant to search tho J**""; J^y !" 1 !" ,S^ TrSn' l paid., weighs un .. ainly depend on agriculture for premise, of the accused ^ f^iffi i"//^;?,, „| laden, half a hundredweight less their livelihood." went along The accused occupied u e ** p, {" n, l l 1 "JJ""5TC Importance Of Agriculture ffi h op ^."S f ?* ^" d h in f ,n creased Sa|c7u weUSTthe pivIt gave ipe. Mr Walcott said that the speech „Jt]L, JTJZ ^LI. m nl oul of ,hp ""I" proiluced and 6, m p h ,n .1. c f Sir Alan Burns, formerly Cov%  ^'T "SUPS" f nt y,h) MM four ,, ernor e,f the Cold Coast who now Ht •* m ned tn f f 00 ,' of ," 1 He said that tho workers were I. gauami 4.n long nvrv% ^ T nf S^ CC S t i Be I 8„K5 [' CV £ !" T\£!LtellL S v v -PPreelaUve o, thi, ass^t| teal 04 m iU laragea and 4ft Nations Trusteeship Council, was *.. r ^ with ralva^nise screws '212 *" ev nc l b > *|* ,r 10ln„ high, but mv 14 stone and %  niouriate Ii nniniad ".M in l,ce wlUl % %  lyanise screws willingness to moct their obi if a ft. or height were ouive vomforhrKriance^! ufneidmre m "T.w* 0 t0 taW b **" Wmp red 'Ions Colonial F^olre whose Doou*' Un Wn,u "" Adweale Wg4 al th.II ..rara r„ „d corner, ^^ 'tocreas^g nMiy'Td To Mr. Adam, Inspectoi Ifj^we^^a.w w l^' 1 '" ,n ** 8kld produetlea rapacltv muM Franklyn said that he knew tho "y,? ? **9 "S**? w K operated a, 4.1 n, to the „.. rr fow ^ lnlenBltl0(l liccufcrd ^.^ .^ „,,. accu aed tt -re '. ng' th? SSS^tJ^Z He was hoping, he said, that told, him tnat_ahe used to buy ^^^^IJ^JZiZ lift December The mam obttctf of the Association are to foster the %  %  .f imilfiists and to co-operate with Ike Amhoriiies in tear) mrj to make the Roads safer for all uaera. The following are SOTM "f the benefits the Aasonalton will offi'i l Oil 1 Chief Jusw* %  as thi' Oil %  %  remind youiuj %  .' iin the hlgheal trad I respect • ful Ul the lletuh COt How inm ft bafi and at Uu same tune linn and ( the interest of then nil had IW difficult Wing, 50 m.p h In tne near future, there'"would goods "from Rogers. When he. li rearheel SO in.pl>. in half .1 lrt „,„„. Bar b u d!ans taking more (earched the place he saw some „ W(Un t the car could have vmrwm nl lhe College It would boarders in the accused's pi— Nlll illili-. ^nilllII. Ill IllillMI'l tt>l -,T ... ,. the second or third instalment acUong in the West inmes Authority to display the Asso. elation badge 011 your car. Assistance In parking Legal advice on motoring leprcsenung %  ii.illei Campaign for Courtesy on Professional fhgmly Uhf Road i holding all tho Co-operation with the PoUea :QM di|rnlQ <•( their profaa %  nd the Preai for safer driving :0 n would ho maintained and thi Campaign for Compul Third Party Insurance. ] 1 ,. ,, %  fustici mid that '1 Elimination of dangerous corners ,,, ] Affiliation to the A A and the B ar b a d.-)>.<• rrtCd I nfOM n 6c -, n which was rail known to Barna FaclUUea for me Renewal of ,,,„ mil „ „., ,..,.,,. u .,. „, | U priven l lamlly Md distinguished them n is cootemplated, later on, '" ,,,,.. in ,..,,,(,walks of '" k affiliation to nmilnr ASMKMJ|U lnouiht w wat correct ir 1 could near uie ^ means of increasing tho He heard that the accused while the it hers were elrcuin-. 1 .%  .: %  %  %  1 "-technical knowledge of •irieulfriendly with (acting the linings tha^bugjr • Uirp among many woncers. Branch whoi peavatiui and small holdei man named .„• thouglit he haual n mrt sn iall holders, who, knew becauae he was pointed %  'without that necessary knowledge out to him In the Court yard. '"would not be able to cope with Sgt. Phillips said that on SepI tin ii-nt owing demnnds In compctember 30 qiement Rogers went But brake*, engjfll Utlva nuurketl to the CI.D. and made a report. Dd iack-.nd.pinior Mr. Walcott said that the ColOn October 1 Rogers again rewera of lop-quality lege authorities gave himself and turned to the C.I D. and ne went other visitors the opportunity of with him to m* premises itc ul SUICIDE There Assoelatlo especially Safats In Me In Le Bal No Iff. retaes 1 liked The windows Mlnj and appreciating the work tt n < ln l , *• %  % %  £ %  pr f, m ''" £ ,ly two torni to lower Thllt K wa being d.e at the Col*gfcJS ,?ft J2LJP25S lent Fi March The wealthy lather of :. 25year-old girl student wilt have killed her ex-lover, killed rtaalf : v gaa-poltonlni hen e> : %  |Ulri flrst.class forward visijege 1 iliiy access through the Door to geari ind tratwn 1 -.prmgs Nrrdrd l^twe.n I ... World riht Riserved —L t S a> Tdad Theatres Act Amended lins of bullir which %  * behind LAUNDRY WORKERS. RETURN TO WORK iPtoi.i Our OHI roirmpondmi PORT OF-SPAIN. March 11 Despite strenuous opposition. ih" c wardrobe. meetly from members of tho He also went into the accused's Butler Party, Trinidad's Lcgtsbv ahop which Is adjacent to her place live Council members approved a nd saw a box of biscuits and an %  mendments to the Theatres and unopened tu: of cooking butler Dance Halls Ordinance which which was marked. K n the accuseds place His daughter, dark eyed r*aulllM saw a bag of flour in the kitchlXibunon was arrested yesterday en The bag was torn and Kenafter 27-year-o|,| Foliv neth Rogers claimed it as his had been found dead to GMll father's property. There were nh two bullets in him also two ten pounds lins of butter. Pauline wiu found unconscious two bottles of wine, four enkes of near the gas stove In Bailey's flat soap* a Blue valise, two bottles of police said she called UM n afh bitters and a bag containing 2? llo had heard that Ba iouoTth.1 U %  . can do much .AI *jgBE+\E;ia wfA a. the regard to Rood Alt ln ,. v General had id. eio-deo. ..;. h. %  uM remarked 'hero wag grweyg room at th" top and he hoptii hi would main 1profaa %  ton He ma ••"•• %  he would uphold the tredltMna of the Bar -l-IVl 111111 IM'I Mi. Fannei thanked the Acting 1 .. oral and tho Chief hat he would di everything on hli pan to Uie high sUndnrd <>' that Bar BulWiles Protest Aguinst losiiljz Of I .akr.'h 17. 1'OUT-OF SPAIN. M.i bitkeiN woikei .in. others paraded PoetHJf-Speil r.iiei the lUitin banne protettlni fifrilnt 1 aetJon by thi novernment netilllng In ihe clos Ing down of fmii city haJnrtai The demonstrators cairn l pig grdi anolhc I'OIIT '!( %  SI'\IN M Workers at the Sanitary Launrevoke the powers of the Com* dry, Po tn* un misaioner of Police as the Licenj--t.-"i. s, T .. a „. sin-et Tin %  ~A^"^ \JSEjn3S8Sh against the linuUtlons or Calyp< auniaiis in the freedom of their art gave a passionate speech. The Hon. Albert Gomes urged lover for two ye; an engagement ring ••<' girl. Her father. Unknown builder in northern Ffeaee —Reuler. FEBRUARY RAINS DELAY CANE MATURITY The sugar crop tM IBM wa previously aatinaaled at 115,001 ii ns and than Government "and that total iiiii the Labour Minister The placards ih exi bore Inwriptioiis as Who.. is Iho D.i.cti.r ..I '. r..|. Alberi Oomea?* "ta he dumb or the Aereeeaia regterdaj ponclble for 11,. s j„i 1h.1i tin •nTectf of the all this. Dfmgia*". "We want bread ,.. : .,. would probabli aolaj n 1 not old talk', "Russia If willing to tuxlty in some ptrl oil atrUte returned to woi k admitted In %  letter B w • \ he bad bees esenteet tho thc |nQ (ne j t y to g(1 nom e he Indian Ao,uailum Supplier: picture at oil." H_ fact that a policeman should decide what was a clean calypso. hc nol i c(n that If Mr. yucBnd c ( iaroKM leaving shipment made by the West Following a request by certain if people in the crowd thai he take arefully closed it. Neat morning Poi t-of-Spain TroplCBJ tlshes and the matter up in the U-gislali tins of butter : nakes have already b <-uncil. Mr Butler promised missing He to Hoiinnd whenthe nerket do las utmost for hi i knows the accused who Is in the shows great promise It is aniieiAs u result of these Dakar* liquor business. Sometimes the paled that with the Oetnand In the "'H down ZOO people were out of „ accused would buy goods from United State,m the tocfeaaa, w rk 5"!S^5SS ,, cSii 'ATHELBROOK' LEAVES fSS, -*. .. MdMMtn vedo. thai certain indigcnoi Id be preserved (a Canadi She will of laklni 3 MO I %  ufjar for si John, N B iJ lax ami St John, The Partner Uessn Da O I ft Co I Id f TroDical Agriculture Being BQ The motor vessel AUielhrook > *i n i %  %  Ouu.l^.i fiftjwI, Dr. Taylor took left Barbados portunity of coining over i, nuns to Jamaica He Is due to leave this afternoon for Trinlda.i en route to Jamaica. A' Sen we II to meet him were Blr Geori k • Hi I Of Developi Mr Allrr.nPouglae Omlth, Resident Tutor of the Extra Mural Dept of the University College of the Wei Su.-dTv i t7rA" 1 """ handed two bills to Rogers „,. examination, Mr (lf hard eurm who them iln'iidy arousing peal d that the handwriting on | nWP€ it. and it is belli hii an iii Cpl. Babb also said that h< to the accused's place and sa %  bag of flour and some tins of butter. In the dining room there wag nothing. Behind the wardrobe of the bedroom there was a bag with M tins of butter in it. accused said that she Imught a grocery many an eftploruuj the | ties of going into the establishing it firmly hero if the ii..ikes abroad prove to be encouraging. Dies Suddenly shipment of vacuum pan molasses Tor Trinidad. Her %  cents are Messrs. H. Jason Jones & Co.. Lt\ TDAD RAILWAYS HAVE %24,377 0EFICI1 .rri.li. Our Own Con.Mond*t 1 > PORT-OF-SPAIN. March 14. StX'Kd X^STmlK A-lSl %  • AdamV If .he c .v^.c.day Tor i en. of .00 drum. la,! month and lhe _ab.naonm.nl ^^ ^^ my mcnmrnl „, ,„„„ „„„, piril a ,,, TAMARINDS GO ON -FOREST" S.S. Ijlurenltan I'lirrtt .iriiv. I t -.!„ %  irranU H#ibb 50UI 130 barn-Is of lam the Pl.reo ancillary erv.-have renected deOdt m the ,he" iccuWd"'anMched the pool, Enjland rmnM of the Trimdad Hall s Phillipshand w.,5 lor tint „eri(xl to the tune |m POHT-OF-SPAIN. Mar 16 Lady Enid ncntrlce Walcott, jnme month last widow of the UU Bil li-'tiiy Wal.how that the rece eott, T.casurer ot Trinidad, died year totalled $176,14. compared -^ „ •uddenly today al her St Clalr with 1151.770 thU year '""" %  J' Street where ..other ol trnme alone claiming II05.7SO aa Me n.ii", %  Her agents b Co Ltd Senior Short Story Competition The F.venlnf Advecate Invites all school-boys mid ache I,,... ,..,, -... ; 1|V ,.-,! %  • -rruor Mn.rl --loiv I ..linn tltlan. Stories can be on any subject, but should not exceed Mid WOfdl In length and must reach the Khwrt story Kdllor. Advocate t •, Ltd., City not later than Wednesday every week. The 1-M itorj each w will be published in the Kvenlng Advocate mid the winner will celve a prize of books or Stationery to the value of 12'fl. Send this coupon with your story. SENIOR SltORT RTOKV (fiMPFTM ION T-,; n.nopt Charles Hulchlnwin. a car peni ne wen. ,u ..... ha. : V ^ j J r\T>JT, ler. said that he knew Rogers who he reached there he f iipts1 during last rmp | ovef | hlm ln August 1B50 to stnp of galvanise th the found U ugust 19S0 to stnp 01 galvanise which he h.i f the roof at Tudor secured by nailing was not nail-d he kept a grocery down but was detached from the ,..relaid two galvanised "heel. There was some flour in Mi II. B Walcott, Managing against the corresponding period ih u b nni | in g them down prothe gutter. In accordance with I of Si-mo. C. Kirton. this year which has rcffecUd %  pe rlv They wen secured by two police Instruction ]ve remov-.i U Port ol Sn iin in' Mrs Chr.sp of ttl of $88,005 revealing a drop £ [apt „ f galva nise. On October s trip and put England.' "' Hl dh revenue totalling $17" ---"\r-=.-: He Home Aedreaa 1 sheet CLARKE'S "BLC3D H2XTURE Cleanse the systcni from blocd impurities ; many offerers from rheumatic aches and rains, lumbago. neuritis, pimples, be s. sores and minor skin ailments, on derive great benefit from this well-known medicine. la LIQUID er T4DLET IOBM G&t Liixum ()II.I;T SOAPS Sombre salesman gets a 'regular' order CAM II • rnvrtkt in imotrr'i accei v Mitn II you wmni a heb.ri. %  I irarcfir .hnUrr, 01 a hookah. Stun't uv mtvn-lB. -h—iihr blc.r i tlir Wtf." I i*J run. 'ho-', ilwgnu dont ..• Joar1 1 ' %  m -v /a**," MMT S+m. •*<•• *ft. "IV# *rii j^.r*.-. Fc en* tk.f I'm H-HIINIII. M t.-w,#u> /*-, ** (•* Soito-i of % %  .''J dir ji vn C0tt pm vow k>r mm lJJh*i %  H M sfaak "That'i pnitwhly your irmibk." I "aid. "A bad caw of p-ti." "Vhr..,( .Sj-, -Uflwa.-lajJ Voo'rotM.na upii b* u* w i. t lupim >.. u haw mudcyou iMl o rat hat lo (o ihn-^l tail CM ..f r ip,,, and >,. U ( booi: rmiklci haic lo .in ttw puihtng an. 1 pulLing hutihrrt'iiioiluniltH ihtm n> liani on lo in lh *oli (oodt Too t*i %  ia*>Hla tl •*W#ru>4 \*m "NoiaiU.'*liJ -Hub-.lr-huoM o,l an., tiouMr u, ouf lu mrt, r -ado^r af eaeiuuMiii* tou'rn nr4 of Krikf. %  i: ... %  TW*-ii**..>-w,. 'asaaafSea "IwuiBr ngbf plaor," I *U4. You ha.c a luilr AU-Hran (,.f r-rt***iM crrv morning li'i dclicloui. and u p*i your din (Wa --ntnviUinf 1m ihoar i-.ut.-lr. 10 wort on li'll im. TO.. tt-auau' in a matin ul day. 1 left Sam egassttagj iitn. aad -'- •• rum %  *i< Uin h* looked . d h* waa ui full wlr W *v d bsiiU'lmp' %a All-Brant put yoj ta uw but lintr.hM il*' I ...-.l "/ %  J/ni il A*..'' uv *.• %  "ft -Mi. "i* 'fu'"' •" m* -**v< i\W. iii-. a**f .1 n.kti el I>H, -nrdtJ. ?*>J fr VM' H %  I'm abrady .old on .ha..-' 1 w.J .IUOCCI*UUl.,A.. 1 -. w Ba*. fcH*. .... i.r-l.r %  \<*4. ..... n | MM !*•* .A >*•!> wtmm, *i-i.— E.ey Pictura tails a ^toryt•• i %  BACKACHE)& GONEfyJk TT1.SOI IINSl'UPRISING how qukklv h-nimhe. stiff, li.mbatio, (bi-uuuiiK pains and I .nmmon ur.ii.iry lonihlc. due I in impuriiict HI tin i'li" .1 -mi h tsseseoaw. Mrong, a. live kidncyt ialc1 ;uard ynur htalih I Tipuritics and hannlul Wfesn .ml uf tlw vyicni. wbsa kidney a.mm u leadi lull iii hher the hkxnl prnptilv, Al* your DtaUr for pain and dateaadon treuueni rr.uhIKMIIMI.I I %  I Pi •tat the hidncv and M> MunuUt.ii)[ ill ir i poo Ihi haowa dtarctl) sad jiiiiwri'iu Manv ilinuaandi ot" gntentl men ana • % %  i.^iuit.i i.> iin%  %  K-une.1 hy taking I>i IMI EXPECTANT MOTHERS/ Mffkft baby strong-so he can be an Important future citizen Ybo nrad nor* AaO Viiamloa now lo hclv gl I SI M Secure and invlal your re.|iiiriiii.iil-TO-DAV— TO-MORROW may he too lantoll (Hilaiii.l.le in 2 4...II...1 anil Quail !/•—for all risks. COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM. Dial 4391 ^ W.'-V/.V-'/.V.'-vw.i-i -. >,:: .fc-.'-W,'



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I' Mil I ol | RARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY MARCH M, l!'.-.l BARBADOS ADV'OGttE TiiFMlai. March 20. 1951 BYE-ELECTION WITH the unUrael) death o{ Mr. D. A. Foster a bywJectlori has become neceasary for the vm %  Bt Andrew. Mr. L ( K H Gill, the Senior Repreeentetlve of that parish accordingly moved in the House of Assembly that the necessary writ be issued for the holding of a bye-election. It was at this point that the issue tended to become confused amidst the niceties of constitutional law and practice. The Representation of the People Act 1901 provides for two sets of contingencies, one where a member of the House of Assembly shall be called up to the Legislative Council, or shall accept any office which by any Act ol mil island a member is disqualified from or from serving as a member of the Assembly, or shall accept any office of emolument under the Crown, or shall be absent from the Island without leave for a period of forty days, his election shall be declared void and a new writ for the election of another member in the place of such member shall be issued within forty days alter the Governor shall be addressed for the same by the General Assembly. The second contingency envisaged by the Act is where a member may resign either before or after taking his seat. An : hall forthwith be passed and forwarded to the Ciovernor-in-Executive Committee and the Governor-in-Executive Committee shall within fourteen days after receiving the address issue the writ It will thus be seen that neither Btl ol DM provides for the death c; a member and the issuing of n writ thereafter It has. however, been the practice to deal with the matter as in the case of resignation and for the Governoi-in-Kxccutive Committee to issue the writ within fourteen days after having received the address of the House of Assembly. On this occasion the Leader of the Labour Party with the support of the members <>f thr party has appeared dissatisfied with the established procedure and has proposed that a committee be set up to investigate the appropriate procedure. If •hr member! of the House desire a clarification of the matter the easiest course would be for the Act to be amended sn as to deal specifically with the matter, if not, the opinion of the legal advisers of the government should satisfy those who may have doubts of the position. Most important, however, is that the bye-election should not be lost In the pigeon holes of a select committee. On this occasion the practice which has been used in the past should be used and if necessary the matter may be dealt with at a later date. It is certain that neither the people of St. Andrew nor the general public will condone any method by which the leal should remain unfilled until the General Election at the end of the year. i mmov I'IIOIII JEMS THE visit to this island of a Trinidad delegation comprising Sir Gerald Wight, Deputy Speaker of the legislative Council, Hon. Victor Bryan. Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries and Mr. Cecil Farrell, Marketing Officer, might be regarded as a compliment to Barbados. This delegation came to sec at first hand the methods used in taking fish around the const and our method of deep sea fishing. Beyond any compliment which might be implied, it indicates that the West Indies are awaking to the fact that common problems face them and that the methods used in one colony might help to solve those in others. A year ago an Agricultural Mission sponsored by the Jamaica Gleaner came from that island to inquire into methods of agricultural production. This was the idea of the Anglo-American West Indian Conference held in Barbados in 1944. With the continuance of these visitl there is every hope for the solution of West Indian problems on a regional basil. PERON PUTS THE FLAGS OUT FOR ME Frowns are changed to smiles — but alas, his Majesty's Mr, Joint is still far from the dotted line by R. M. MacCOLL m*n*im*j ItUENOS AIKEK latest b HI I St of Hate* when iv just end %  i u* who had just meat talks would Ina sort of Ing and Panama hits and wnu. •ra in iron Mauru were utung Joint enterprise of the Jo'ins— mitt arc the order f the day. the a circle In). %  BuMOi thus combining the better aptl red pillar boxes ,irc very like ires airport bmluiug feeling mure tudes of Mr. John Edwards. M.P. home "' %  %  %  i DreBS fooben r .,[ lV jii cur chief nejfoUatol In the present And the drive in from the airhad steel thermometers ituck in u.lks. and Mr John Joint. i it ..long the broad arterial high our mouths by a majestic nurse. u u \ Mr. Join.. %  iwinkliiiKway, (tanked by bit; modem DM %  accordance witr. tne Argentine's eyed, energetic ohSp with a nice lories, reminded ma of a sub rafUlaUdna. sense of humour, presumably fell tropical Octal We I ltuad. The Suudcnl>. a voice rang out over mat he had been the target of lillic Union Jacks ID the haberthc loudspeaker. "fsBO! MacCOU!" M n.uch cnticinn from tne dashers' windows mean that the tr.i-rmomArgcniiri" men that ti< vale are proudly Mar, i roM and muMd into tha more useful it be %  tared otf-itaaa %  •Kngic-rsh," and people *mi Uke immigration offtce, trailed by LM ilehmd u)l the double-talk and to shop at the local Harroda. : %  Ui>w-tiavel insisti-iiiv on the cordiality ot the And they just could not gel tin. Why. they doubtless wonderatmosphere, hfijt what is the through the local Soccer season ed. had I IK-CII called lirvt of the pOStl loci A hi. ii/.,i M.ung man with a Weil, the Argeniuies would liko Hack mousiiichc greeted me genl '<> be P-'"' "" '"' ,tirir m al illy. I rear—Hi the Argcnllnin coal. oil. Steel Foreign Ofnte." he explained I -in fact, all the things thai hope lhat you have had a most everyone is short of. enjoyable trip and thai your slay -So far the lalfc. have produced DM 1.1 Will he of Hie most pleasant." nothingexcept a llltle drft He flipped his fingers at the :hadow boxing I'erhaps tluJ immigralion officials. "Are the week the formalities complete?" Bowinj.. lead lo the hatching of some sort they passed me through In "U econ< reconds rial without English wan aul ban t the IJ. sea refs—lilrv AHBT |nif<* thr doltta Hie u Ih* Rtch Otau country •berr llf oef of IHett neti cvmtt jroia Fw c o' Bniatn tfravn (o the lamr < BY THE WAY . By Beachcomber w:r pi releases the combination. To go with the dogdiscovered, and reported to Lady spring fashion*, the ordinary collar and the wooden bowler I Cabstanleigh by a publisher's man says: "Now what ahsurdm Would IllMUti subject lo correcnark that a novelist's tout had en prepared this uine?" lion from Messrs Dior and Fath. collected many bottles In a i-.r t.i: Out o( acres Adeocate— SIR,—I notice that opposition through the medium of the press nae been given lo the decision '.i Iba Legl latrve COUTH II to send lor consideration i i %  Committee Ihe Bill to amend the ion of Inquiry Act Objection to the Council's action seems lo be based very erroneous eunccptlon of Ihe function or the majority ln a democracy One eai 'he writer who says that Ihe will 10 majority must : rlnerpte; i>vit rhaa he adds Wtkataver the biltn and doctrine oi the majority ..i t^.ejected" he is clearly not ing democratic principle Political democracy certainly 'hat C 'iitrol must lie in the ]untv; %  -. %  s not iule. but right %  r, but Justice Bm\ essence, the fuiulamenlal doctent the righls — not the privileges—but the rights of the minority are safeguarded and guaranteed. To ar.nie the absolute right of Ihe majiriiy in every Issue, is to jufcliiy crime By this docbecauso the majoritv of Whites In the United States South hale Negroes, therefore Ihe < Ung of Negroes is right. It IS the will of the White majority. The acceptance of Ihis dangerous fallacy about majority rule, Is preparation for the eUft>jwaeaVan I rights of the minority. especially that most important Its in II democracy. Ihe Individual. vita] duty of o democracy 1 ih< .. ignition of cart dn fun%  nd inalienable rights which are not dependent and n e v e i can be dependent In %  ipon the will of what party happens to be in power. No World of democracv must be able lo preress of the majority; but no majority ua the World of democrac> mU s,t have the power to dii .. not the privilegesbut the rights of Orltj n* lie of law. not the "Opinion*' ol is essential to the preservation of such rights. All ihe sophistry about new funds not being under the control of the Treasury, does not alter 'he importance of refusing to nive any Ooni nmciit. even If it had a Parliamentary majority (which ours have not) such a sweeping power as ordering on enqtlir] which "in the "OD,inion" of the (lovernor-iii-Kxccutivc Committee is in the public interest This assumes two things about the Executive Committee that cannot in any circumstance be possibly justified. That it will alu.ivs be a socially responsible lusdy or alternatively, an all wise body. No C.ovei nor-in-Executlve Committee can be all wise; and it is certain that under a system of domocracv. and <]>ei*i. -ficially W-vIndian democracy. a majority may throw up U f\Kecui;v.> ivr.,. pec '' I be wholl.' a: l j.ingeruusly Irresponsible II the Leg] Council is not to be u brake on thai tenee is %  upCffl of the Legislative Council realise that when they the the Council of fear reason fur its objectioi lo the amended Bill, that fear Is :i very worthy and legirimatu reason on which to oppose the suggested legislation. Fear indeed in this isue is the onlv legitimate sentiment. Fear of Mibjecting an important power l Ihe Opinion of the Executive only Could there lie sounri• r raaaan for fear People have reason to fear Almighty Got. Should they not fear the creation or an Almighty Executive. The legislative Council should have thrown out Oils Amendment '.,. the Commission of Enqulrv Act without hesitation Dependence upon Ihe "Opinion" of the Executive in such a vital matter unrealistic us to be dubbed "ignorance". Democracy i; not Ilm.aene.1 liv "ism' 1 It is jroperdlred by %  who live under it without B Latlng that il is incom': %  the moel worsdarfu] doe\ %  i by man for the fulfilment of his destiny on this %  V I VAUCHAN %  March 16, 1951 Central Meal Depot—I IT is generally considered that increased quantities of fresh milk would be consumed locally if it were available. Until recently, a arge proportion ol the fresh milk was produced in town dairies where production costs are necessarily high. At most of these dairies almost all feeding stuffs have to be purchased and the prices paid for green fodders are prohibitive; periods of fodder shcrtage occur regularly; labour problems are almost always present and the manure produced is quite frequently a source of expense rather than income owing to the necessity for rapid disposal. Most of these difficulties would be resolved if milk were produced on the plantations and small-holdings as part of the general agricultural practice. The CentraF Livestock Station was largely planned and established with this object in view; investigations are being undertaken there with the object of producing better stock and higher yielding fodder crops of better composition and of finding the best methods of conserving these crops for use during times of green fodder scarcity. A large number of landowners have shown much practical interest in this work, and several dairy herds have already been established ort the plantations. The greatest difficulty visualised by the prospective dairy farmer is the disposal "of ihe milk. Although many landowners are prepared to keep dairy cows for the production of* milk and manure, they are not prepared to organise and administer a retail distributionThere seems little doubt that, the only way in which an increased production of fresh milk on the plantations and small-holdings can be stimulated, will be by the setting up of a Central Creamery to which milk can be sent for processing and from which delivery to the consumer can be organised. The present retail distribution of milk has no central organisation and it is usual to find several dairies making deliveries in the same districts; this leads to unnecessary duplication and expense. The Central Milk Depot, which will be equipped as a pasteurising plant, w be in a position to supply clean unadulterated milk. The pasteurisation and refrigeration of fresh milk will improve the keeping qualities of fresh milk and encourage greater consumption. At the present time. almost all consumers boil their milk after receiving it and it must be noted that the adulteration of millis not uncommon. %  'RESENT PRICES OF MILK There seems little doubt that by increasing the yield of the individual cow, and by more economic methods of producing green fodder, the present price of fresh milk could be reduced. Most of the concentrated feeding stuff* have to be imported but. it is hoped that by increasing the quantity and quality of the green fodders and by growing more concentrated foods on the land, these imports will be reduced. Investigations to this end are being vigorously prosecuted at the Central Livestock Station. The retail price of milk is officially controlled under Defence Regulations at lie. per pint in bottles and 9c. per pint delivered in bulk. Sweetened condensed milk containing not less than 8'. butter fat. retails at 24c per 14-oz. tin. CENTRAL MILK DEPOT The estimated cost of establishing a Central Milk Depot at which 5.000 gallons of milk can be pasteurised per day and at which surplus milk can be converted into butter and separated milk has been drawn up. The figures for the plant were obtained from the Aluminium Plant and Vessel Company Limited, and the estimate for building, installation of machinery, land, bans and contingencies has been made locally. These estimated capital costs amount to £60,000. The pasteurising plant is of the latest HT. ST. type and the capacity can be readily increased by adding extra plates which can be operated from the existing control panel. As stated in paragraph 7. the 1946 island production of milk was estimaled at rather more than 4.000 gallons of milk per day. but this ligure gives the low annual average yield par cow of 280 gallons. It is confident!-expected that, with the establishment of a Central Creamery, the production of milk will speedily increase as more and better stock become available, better systems of feeding and management are evolved and dairy herds ore established on the plantations. An average consumption of one pint of milk per person per day which can be regarded as an ultimate target would require 25.000 gallons of milk per day. In addition to milk consumption, there is considerable demand for butter and cheese which is far higher than the present annual allocation of 240 tons butter and 48 tons cheese. It is also felt that the consumption of ice cream would increase considerably if a good quality article at a reasonable price could be made available. When surplus milk becomes available, the question of installing plant for :he manufacture of ice cream will be given consideration. THE COST OK PROCESSING AND DELIVERING MILK The cost of processing milk at the Creamery plus the cost of daily delivering to sub•esp i ; estimated by the Aluminium Plant tnd Vessel Company Limited for a 2 000 al'on per day "through-put" at 1 25 cents per >int. No information is available as to the -ost of operating a Creamery under local •onditions. but i tentative estimate of proind delivering costs on the basis of a put" of 2.000 gallons of milk per lay amounts to 1 29 cents per pint ADVOCATE \on i; W ill Our Customers picas')Note that We will not be seen for Business on SATURDAY. 24th March 1951, and arrange their Shopping accordingly. WILKINSON A HAVNRS Co.. Ltd. Hureeuon To C.S. PITCHER & CO. 'hones : M72. 4M7. INTERNATIONAL PAINTS, LTD. THC ORGANIZATION THAT COVERS PAINTING REQUIREMENTS INSIDE and OUT. For the protection property, v and beautification %  >n offer of you the following WALL I'liMS -PROPKLLER" DRV IHSTEMI'KR (for exterior walls). Supplied in powder form to be mixed with fresh water — $o\10 per cwt. drum. %  XAOOMATT" FLAT OIL PAINT (for interior walls) Supplied ready mixed; ran be repeatedly washed — $7.12 per Imperial Kiillon. For best results, il, followed :— following instructions should be carefully %  urfaet to weather for at least hen apply 2 coats of "PROPELExterlor WalU. 1. For new work. Mlow the a year before painting. 1 2. For previously painted work, rub down thoroughly: clean; and till .ill In :. %  with a mixture of plasterofPans end "PROPM.im." ,.fti-rw,ird treating these patches with I COal Of "INTERNATIONAL" CEMENT AND PLAN1EK PRIMER Then apply 2 coals of "PROPELLER .Interior Hall*. I. V *v work, alii | in dry out for at least before painting. Then apply 2 coats of "LAOOFor previously painted work, rub down thoroughly; clean: and f.il all holes, cracks, etc.. with plaster-of-Par is. afterwards treating these patches with 1 coat of "INTERNATIONAL 1 CEMENT AND PLASTER PRIMER. 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TUESDAY, MARCH M, i3i HVRRADOS WIVOCATE r\(.i nvi: $5,654,507 VOTED FOR 1951-52 ESTIMATES Reece Asks Grant For R. C. Ch u rch C. I l ..I. i. MN THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY vesterday continued discusdoin <^ *'* '" he rommunsion of the Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure, passing ">' Hr v £ ,h f ^ %  nould ** Church Baby Welfare League as < .11 ,-oMible, so Hr laid thai organisations men as thai in the event of having logei thai were doing good work and qualified man fun attend, it they should be given more assistwould be with ihe understanding ance from the Government He lf, "< would only be for j limited ipoke of the Y W C A and the ""• Meanwhile the local Maf> *—ild be trained to be able m Bra.irkn Highways and Transport Department) similar to tnat used, say, by tna lesepnone and nactfat LOIUt mm, uuuead ol ine payment ot :'. sjieerenea ai Awes cent mile. \it Bryan also .uiutacd the Head ol tnc Urpaitnur %  %  appoint an Inspector of Higninclu and Expenditure, passing ^-.SS^'JZJZTh^ -i,w much ago.,,,, S',.,,' n '.YT panic <• Total amount passed to .^Government "* fiom Head 27 to Head 4 Jilt.-is J5.6M.507. H-MM glad Heads passed yesterday were:— practice al the public abaluir. of organisations were being reeogCharges of Debt $158,160; Suballowing animals to witness the nised. Sidles and Grant* 920H.523; MisUeath ol others He thougnt ittis Referring to tourism, he said ccllaneous Services $285,720 MMHIKI ue .ovpeu Ik Uuued .fie that he wanted to see -II those worst the Saivation Army was aointerested in tourism get together WO u mg and saul that in his opinion and dev.se means of adverti.uiK J^JSatmTS^nL^LJSt time nMuiminaiinn iHmiin K-..,... lhl .„.„..,..,, .,!-„w. ,..,. .* 5 '* %  '"•* a*mion lo me films which island He did not wr „ Q f an educational val Income Tax and Death Dutlei $201,645; Labour Departmcni 9126.417, Department of Highways and Transoort $6211.020; Airport $44,466: Electric Inspector $17,003: Htu-ir.fc Board 111,140; Peasant agnlnal the quallt) TI.. %  %  art I ftnoun d faq istlngulshed men win 4MI Id much belter fill eertail posts. Miller (Lt said that ha this denomination should be I ruion by uoveriimeiii. %  • %  -. II \ I'-aiiu it;) •(...-. tnc item "UpKeep of Loj>. Bank $24,594; Old Age Pen"'fhways, said that the large 4475.000. Waterworks •mount of traftlc on the m eggl Ml Social Welfare $2,756. last Tho Hcuse sits again to-da. 4 no p.m. HEAD J7 %  Ch.ni?. C ]), % %  ,i %  for wiioh the gun c.f $158,160 was a*kcd to be voted, was paiaed without coma I Under the Head %  Sul C.i.mtMr 0 T Adder r He WttS advocating tnat tney be mese roads and ine tack oi money given consideration m the luiun to put 1MB la ordeC was becomMr. Rranrker it') said lhat he ing one ol tne largest problem:. "•! neard tne Hon. Junior Memthe island think lhat everything should he lefl l.i the Government. Roman La.holies Dealing with Hem 3) of Head .ill the people eve* if Government XXVliI—Komaii Catholic (.'hi.icii naii < subsidise funds Mi hild %  tier's appeal to Ine Government Wnen one looked at the amount for help lor the Q I U Ha i KU'. uic ConVpaTn LSTSS 1?. !" Dy I"'*'" "? y y ." lht 'l ; ""'• ll scho, ,B "'' s '" (1 ,hi I'""' 1 "" ^ lil ,,u 1 Programme of wc *ays and transport and comunrnot concentrating on their pried it witn tne parisn of bt George tirf-i proved hiinsrlf c, l( t hut > % % %  m ,n,n„ „, Z '*U, ^ roads. Continuing he %  Ullei ihuught*. too That !" H> t;ov r,mpm **** " k I of 16 Should be illowed "** Jf"" lm -. the p.. uire and iebS m -ctomunng ol roads, water btldren d u..upper forms ,,w r-n 1 in nu '"> "' lhc •*" Mr. Alldrr il.l |M lhal -ine s '" lg *• %  %  > but "" ,h airangeincm should ba mad.with lan rasants. making both the .minorities so that the picture "*• lai, d and the house on it. could be shown about the country i'l'nost uninhabitable dattrictfl by (hp mobile cinema. Mr. Reece also said lhat the It was time, he saia, lhat GovOovarnmeal should ask the Telelea to parents plan their programme of work so log difficult? HI gelling thai one would not dig up a road w\^l!!! ^n*, 1 1, &I r;T. n ". ry luncl, T; ,hal Vr,lU rjl ,hcil ^ •V***** and QoZ and put 11 back in a month and m m^,h^?rJ '., r £? *, *" d iOCUl u P Wlmem bul ralhl,r ernmenl could get such schools, have the other company duuinaT In The House Yesterday i %  i: ... i g m fen and n — % %  < (rum HfM .; luolvr o lh CoiMilal ITk*l vnltiita 1 I IB HMO r.lim.tri I.. %  at. nM gasa .....c % % %  ,. Adam.. U>d Ihf I aiiinl l>i Ihr Oovi Mntnl >nd Wrlfair A to* Ih* pc.rl.cd rndad i>" 1'. ctnbr ISM. in -r.r--. • ..f UM^-.n %  'i-'i.cmj tcv ihr Irai^Mlicii Wfl Ic 1 . ,,,,,, Mr ASHM ... a %  —> % %  "' %  >' ! %  %  p.ibic Tug apcamcprlcalv ;h uncc for in# wr> IT > .HI l!>r )UI da> H Male •M Additi nly throwUig out those remarks own. s a warning lo tnat organisation. It had lieen said, thai the planDr. Cummins (L) said thai it lation section of Seawell was not paying concern He would recommend that it be leafed or ta ba worked on .1 ; co-operative lm*is by small farmp lh same road soon Mr Miller tl.l Mated QoveniM rep the Idea ol 1 *i I rate brMgei In tha counU 1 ) ditilcts, and to use metal brldgei II .ii-.il >.r Adam. (LI Mid lhal it w the duty of honourable memben ill on lhc Government to relic was dotut tnc Government will go into them when application is made. Tnc Y.M C.A's application to the Government for assistance was 1 the Secretarial, he said. Their activities included the proThe Highways and Transport was the policy ol the Govenmien: vision of a night shelter for men Department had admitted that with regards to the Highwav and women and this was the they were incapable of handling Commissioners not to give then means of preventing a large numany more work, and he thought any money to play about with 01 her from sleeping on sidewalks, lhat must have been the reason they had been doing before. He If the grant of $720 was increase*!, why tne Government this year said that th e Government intended It would help them to extend the 1 had been advised to Ret estimate-, i 0 take strict supervision of money usefulness to the community to of the nctual work to be undert 0 he spent in parishes With rea greater •**"• *> by the parishes sent in by gar( fslo organisnt.ons. he said thai W.K HH Hem "Imperial War Grove* Mr. Dowding went on lo drawCorn mission" for which $710 was attention to the note in reference to be voted, and said that he to the item under discussion. Afwould like lo know how this con Ur the amounts allocated by la tributlon was computed. II. %  did Ine note stated in part ; "Pui not think that Barbados had so ther expenditure from this item many war dead upon lo make such a contr hullrtn the Governorin-Executivp Comid tee on submission bj Highway atlons were made lo the GovernWith tho inereiiM-o Mr. Mapp (L) ud lhat Hie Hiil.vh GCIVCI tmiinl should conmove sider allowing eelo t lle l a to Inun wrong. aboard war siups Honourable nwrnbera would 1M Wiiiiei Tins head „ new item was ,|. ( ing wiong If thev got up am i 1 ,. !" H< ? ,!, 0 " f j y mc ". gave the impression that lb) S16.000 and $500 was added lo Administration was doing an initem 52. a.-. juatlee to • pertkulu Individual .. L ^ l, U M,'"Ut U TT\ 7*\ Mr w" * %  mmnberg l_ U. Mottle? said lhat he had He would like to see the figure reduced to $300 as was the in 1948—40. Of Ihe item "Barbados Nurses' Association" of which $2,327 askod to be voted to assist in the lie „,d th.l bind poo, p.0,,1.",d„,;TT, ",u %  Ic^l hraurl : ''' "'" l'-"" 1 "*"11 """""' n-Executive Com Acl al lh a *" of 40 Recommendwhich was given for children l ,,U ,p|nn ii particular individual a Job tached to the Nurses' Centre in Bridgetown. The Nurses' AssociaGeorge charge on the Tri %  %  month w.i Ml ll Uiey had said. A CWi had .i pciiiMi light lo g' to a politician mi behall of hi; MM M groocp, bul %  >i % %  to come along and say he ihouU be chief postman of a parlieiil.n parish would be more stupidity -•*-1hat $20 %  month wns not an honourablimemlieiv wante. r-aaSS^agnaatt madb" •>nount in keeping with lh* ,n'" help their friends, it would b. Herald that It^aa^ut of aeaeed coat os'ilvnv'or 0e allow-belter for them to keep iheii id that ihe fhet place for iiubead of any Governwee '"'' • %  biW"'" mpeciolly at pwutha shut the Commissioners of all n.cnt IVpailmcnt lo cnlicisc ihe %  parishes hod nothing on Government saying that they hieh to crcntc a programme was could not gel so and so done. Dtrytng him. 1-asl year, he said. No civij servant, he said, could ii Ii perl-.h knew that il was loll the Government what policy lantcd so much money. they should follow. What might The work of repairs to roads have been Hue in the past that The sum of $209,523 was voted la: tion had been itarted in Bridgetown and he supposed that mod under the Head of its services would be conllued Ml Dowding •-i. i ne.i He h< pod, however, '""' that Ihe Government would see its way lo encourage the Association to extend its services to the rural areas, especially in tboso parishes where there were no dlatrh I nurses. Mr. Mapp referred to n Reso. lution which had n ...o:s.-i .,t 'f 10 .. %  „ un A u the receni Public Heali! Offleei ... .! C„. Cnnfcrcnce lie said thai accordishlng cnlicisms ot Coionimcnt In it, and betrayed an astonlshMr. Gill il'.l drew lo Govern were at unlverslUi men1 athmtlon the state e He was glad that ot lost ihe disrepair of Ihe roads in SI. An Leader of the H0UN had pronnsed drew likeBaring Vale, Cane (i.n him thai Government would go den Road, si Simon's which wg into it. He would say no more, broken in two places and l iv ut hoped that hi. peratateni al 1-ahee, the worst of .di %  z&Jssi tr^ o„, ^^S^T^Z %  IMd UN Mr. J K T m.o.k" %  < %  tnat "* .***g.-g* ."Government prinlery Other inK e mon He tnough lhat lnps „ Ifked the Government to give the |, lan ds in the West Indies hod exr mpllol s should be mrreose< Road Commissioners some figure-. suc h printerles — part, he said, slaleo that the delegate? regarded with and dismay the lethargy display ed by the Barbados Government, etc This was very •'; iftii Pill cism of Government, and veording lo the re|>ort the meeting was Lake Road ild be i and a new road should bt (milt for the benefit of the lUtTef c public of the parish Boxing Finals With a view lo sending a boxini. am to Trinidad for the Caribbean Boxing Tournament the Barbados Amateur Boxing Association held then finals at the Modern High School last night Apait from these a delightful exhibition was given Ba t WOQI I K;. ll.di.li an) Al Mauler. Th mull, wrnm imtawn Hi Bro„ HI H,, ,,_, r.K.0 I' C PckTM 1M lb. v. Kid Hind isj lb. d. n rait.,,, in it* d. frat*.! F OtWUMM US ll. CH) B ..,„|. H Gillrm 110 lb. won b. T K i> • Jo Cuiiins t* lb. Sjaauni iia. %  ,.IJi lb.l.-fralrcl Uoi.ait RHbaid. HT ll>on I-IIIIT. bunil) Slir|>|ini| \fO ll., va Calli MolUry IJO llm. HuOun Inniu lit lb. drlralr.1 Patur k 1)4 lb. on P..I..I. ciar-nor !*• drli-alrrt Kid Ban. HT .(, i.. rta* MM II A n A will nnrumnr* There's more lo a COLD than Sniffles! II.ca.t-.'.thai '-..M-h -aehs, o. 'a.|, ni a*MthOMCold • %  ..|li Mka-BdlUM /ciki Man essasBM alkaline ,.'.-! an BnalgMic 1 IT toothing hraga c htHlla.e .i londy-ahra^s/ AlkaSeltzer ^CKIV .Cflg %  % %  %  %  %  %  %  • : %  %  %  %  %  %  • JIST AHHIVKIH \ PURINA I PIGEON CHOW ^ 1 ORDER YOUR SUPPLIES NOW m !H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.Dutr.butor.. TONKING GETS GOVERNOR SAIGON. March 1<1 Bao Dai. head of VicTn today appointed as Health Min•c %  Daag Hun Chi, P-iinci French Array medical rvfrlcer. aOovernor ol ihe ni.ilhrin piece ,i TOeklag threalenetl to) ebels. .c-ci.iin; to imual reiable Vietnamese sources luie —ReDter I GET YOUR ... J |EASTER \m\ :; Al WEATHEKHEAD'S § N'eklle'b Chocolate Mt In S Caaket 11. each N NesJaVe Chocolate I gee S fit see i zo. si ee sa. Yry'% ChorUle in Plaalic S Egg II K II ra S Fry'. Mariipan A Cha. |g| * in HK Cup 40c ea \ Fry'a Mariipan A Choc. I % %  * :i0e ea ' l Mick ( arrui r with Choc. I In 4 C ea \ Ala* F.aiiter Eggo .. lOc N ;ibc ea GEORGE PAYNE'S is GOOD COCOA FINE — PURESOLUBLE. I %  -ll I ,i1 ..,.!,. I,c. in for . I ASTER alarm Bo d CommlMionrs son... Ilurcsuch ,, r |nlcrlo< and were surnu ,„ 0K CO , „, i.vlnic 1110 public of Ihe panih .,.b,v. •" ""<< Ihey roulcl work_ There ari ,„ hc r h „ ^^^ „„ ^ E • „ ^ W.KO.K under Hen. •, ,,., %  Jnenl. were occn>ion s In iho DMt when ,„ „ hpart ln ,,,„„ hln|I nl ., „„. ,„„,,„,. rln „ sh(|U d ,„. i "* OJII M h I HARRISON'S BROAD ST shut down work on roads because there was no mone; iiii in me ini'iii me niei'iiiti; nui .!__•_ ~%  > %  • >i"-"r %  nl the HOUKO would have been ,oc J; in V 0 ;, able to set the minds ol his colleagues at ease on lhat mutter Mr Braneker agreed what the Honourable Medical Services. Furthermore > r and the Senior Medics! Officer .! Health Dr. F. N. Graniiuin. had been I feed present this Resolution to His Excellency. Mr. Mapp laid: If Civil Servants from abroad are to be allowed to come here and offer grr-ws Brass, ,o s& 9&&'gjr&st, prlntery Mr. Hllklnaan IE) said tiial an loxuli that Head was was not runn lie had been a child. reduction Mr. J Adam* il.i aald '!"'ipeaklnK Ofl Head 32. Departn> thev had been investigating whai "< tllghwaya •ndTransporl wuw be to i to !" ** KiS c as ;:: : i a* Vn ZH rrr^'.i 'A.nchnvn emp|..ve.i hi the High l T nrancker (C -'ew->a*MrT!-Ht 32822 !"&tX ilv lhat plant might come Into had to be out in Ihe weathe without any prnlecUon. )l t did BOt lOe why the Ik-partlc| net erect some hull lo be ti ,ins|M>rted from one place to Ihe other In order to proti I th> i piople frnm the wealhei The head /ai evenluoll> pas* stale we are coming. We are nc golnc ahead when we can allov public servants to join in crili cism like this.Masters r Servant; Certain bon members ev Ihe Opposition had from til lime said lhat some Civil Bel who came here regarded Member for SI. Ceorne had In ;iy mai a pi.n. mum come in," W| „. y In conneelion wllh Head IX. Ibe markel which lhc Govern.„„ un ,| „ r ,,,„„„ ..,,.„ ,„ ,„ „ .,!, %  ,. ,, ... ,. XXX | V E1 „ lrl Snnkccw of lhc Y.M.CA.. he rnenl mulhl be able lo buy al a ,,„. hrftj. chance lo „., lo ,,',,., '., u .,. \,,l c ,'„'"', M lhal lhat orBanlsallim w. .mailer rale lhan normal erickel or races wlthou! delrlm. nl ',. '„., k „_ '-JXT *" He .aid lhal Ihe „uo..l,n„ ol „, ,„,.„ ,..-„ ,,,vel.,|.-. Ihe ...m, r,' „; ,u .,, !" Blniiiii Civil knall WU WU DM ITU. of ..,. %  '•'"' .'„.'., i. %  number of yeom. He fell that cnnaKii.ii the attention of Governune*tal.li*hed staff at the Depart ,;*. ,.., ,!?„! .,* *', ',' '". now that Ihe Y.MC.A. ha. been menc for ,omellmc Long before m. nl ..( Hllhw.yl and Transport. C m ..„ „' ,.,' ,,, ,,,,.„ emoved lo new premise., that Con.mlloner Adam, rame here Where Ihf. .I.ff wa> coneCTnal, SaK^ina ^]&ow^IhM See ould c,.t more moneyfor J_U there w an up.ure lhat BarMr^ Branckor ^.^ih. < %*-. *,,,!,, nl ... ..-.cored for. rnenl should r< i nuneratlon given In ihe key seal An adetiuate increase in thai sea la meet tho Inenoae In the eo of living was needed Referring lo pmish roads. M upkeep He was suggesting that hadions should have the first the Government give on increase cha nce of Riling every post. in the grant to lhat organisation. t< _,. that of the Go ,. crno| Mr. heeee (El agreed with ihe Co i onla i Secretary. Hon. Junior Member for St A ltsi nf-d ^g*,,, mSt j e for selves as the niastcrs and not [ha George that the Commissioners of Colonial Office of the number of Bianckcr urgiif Governmenl servants of the Government. He lhc various parishes ^lould be told Barbadians in the Colonial Service 'J^ nc" i^lo.n of having a man did not know ir the offleera menby lhe Government how much ond lhe ni|mbcr of En|(llshmc „ J"^[ f \" those roads* on be lioned had presented the BMOlumon ey Ihey would be granted so In Barbados. It wa. Surprising half of lhe Clovei nmeut a the lien to lhe Governor, bat it was .„„. hev can m -k of th(l Co |onieJ ,nucn longer hi* tervlces wot Ihot Ihey should submit at on offlrP to g(vp h(l slanders llrsi hp "l"!!^* 1 : ,^ . early time, the lists ol recomn %  n . Mr Ward (F.) spoke ,• %  I menda„on,.,o ,he_ Governor-^ l^rBXS =£ U #-# SJ-J8WT In tin inlerest or thi cf which they were lemed to boost sa much, that some inquiry should be made as to whether Of not they had done so This thing was on affront to the Government and he hoped they jfjceeutive CommllteO vmild not allow the mailer hi die. Mr F E. Mlllr.il.) referrini' to the hem "Barbedoi Brenetv S |.C A." for which £720 was asked lo be voted said that ho wanted to draw lo the attention ,_. Of Government lhal It did noi tenantry roads which were badly appear lo him lhal this loco) „, n oed of repairs. He realised that branch was really doing their )ob when ,, t .. im c to prop*, i. In the country' districts one saw ln g. n took money, hut lie wo i animals carrying huge loads and tn o opinion that money spent in limping and that was not expected that way was well spent to exist In a civilized country. *,\ r Reece referred to item 14 Mr. Miller also criticbred the un der Hrtffl XXVIII — Chi id person suitable to fill the they would go to the other Indian Islands, and only us i committee would have sumcicnl lime lo consider them. He was hoping lhal the Commissioner. would make lhat Ihelr general policy. Office, surely, hi He said lhat in the porKh of 1(] %  ||(v ; Christ Church, there were nsnj Administration mendations. ed staff. Those pe l whai he .van ted They had reduced Ihe amount Id trum $4O,u(>0 to 510.000 until he ould i %  i wade them thai the items ur ;(>ked for were essential They warn perfectl) satisfied lhal the pn a nl amount was the bare minimum l<.i dung the job that lhal officer under lhe Ad waresort gel Englishmen. If that the fact that the regular schedul *. the iKilicjof the Colonial wage of people ol thai i c ba in private • mploymenl policy of lhe Mead of lhe lm i making recomol require I to have rot r.t.v .voir i mum .1 t.oon SMOKE AT .i noon Owing to duplicated shipment we are offering . 133 Cigarette. 20's and Ardath C. T. 10's and 20's at eo*t price In original carton. o( 200 lor 1300. ; K PUTS 20M %  NOTK. The prices are only until .lock, are reduce.! Every Cigarette guaranteed Iresh or money refunded If not Mil.' KNIGHTS DRUG STORES. Of course they could not lakan untrained man and make bin a slatistleian The Governmen' would come lo task for more money than lhe> | weir askiiiR for then, -o help then; .nent %  %  %  I in making their training scheme pcrtation for Ward aaid that where l.,-r ( sat Hoad was com he felt lhat Ihere wen n ther thtegsj more helpful to the people that needed doing before the East Coast Road was started. Mr Bryan c. much Mid tne mount nxed COUld noi \>v reduce.! 'i\ further. In thai amount, pro II ado f'>i a I) C high 'nsion testing machine which wa* squired to tcit the wiring >>f icitorles. The In %  Black Magle 'a A--1. Che l 23 hn\ t.>' I'rinres* chm94r. 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TIKSDAV. MARCH 20, l51 ItMtllMHIS UIVIH.MT CLASSIFIED ADS. TKJ2 !" S 7CHPH0NE 2501 Ackne/anoted 1 11 n Sunday) Birth.. Marriage* Death*. lodgment*, and In aUmoriani II *> on **l<-da>. and II M for any number ol word* up .1 cent* per word on v*rl-d>'i and 4 m.(a pet oonl on Sunday* for eai -i %  .dditmnnl word. lor Bnth.. Marnw or EnSa*em*r,l Mnou nw niaiM in Carl* Calli-ig ll-t cheie* %  • S3 Of tor any mi ma w at worda up lo 5* and •' rrnli per word fnr *.-rh rdaifior.a) word. Trrrr. ca-n Jfo-vf (1* u*i*-*., 130 nod pm. 311) tor Deala N-llr*. ..:•.: • DIED FOR Mini-...-. #j H .v. MttS %  M ( taadaaji IIK.VT tree* Tl rr>U cmd 4. worda — ore. M >'d tceeh-4 r*a44 J BOCBBB MRt MMr .11 MIPIAM. %  place on Sunday at i %  %  %  • A m i Wralhrrhrod. .I'lMTttr-.Kl IN MEMUK1AM *o depart** March !• Happ' -no %  %  opt Wd wherrvei T-. a be.. I %  ha died a* >n. live . Leave to mourn %  faMMMdl %  Pi -I"K J'I Mi rl~..r.l Juniibon I'admore i nephew lit ron SALE kWfriJ Anndiiv PC M)t Tl rli (i %  %  %  t't'AKTOS-Cor. mueelea nucro*. t|u Con alimentation *>. nM ( E panol-Telelono. 4111 1IJ M-tn rtn#r — SMMde roaaSgaao, E..!h***i*. t.. app,.. and onaard turn. a I cutlery optional. Dial 36* %  i leg* MARINF GARDENS -New BimnloW J ben !"!" \.,th running water, built i„ Wardrobe* and all modem coiwenienee* l-ong lea** preferred Apply Mr. Pr*d. %  nan. Hotel Royal. M3 Mi (n NOTICE ROOM t-i utata ROOMS—Newly funtlahed room. ryri JM atee,tri mni. Spam.li H'I H-l "I" II3M -I SBACROPT". rumuhrd Horn.. Max CkrM CtwrMi At ..liable In* month of April. Il For li ArP*> Phone 3JS4. 11 3 il -3n I'l Hi H SALES t,r*k-da*t AUTOMOTIVE orklnf order Appu HFDMAN TAYLOR'S UAKAGF LTD 143 51 El.ECTKICAI. OMAIf—UfMing Plant. 12 I so amp-. *no Wfdts. with au *pai*. A. Flamri a/ Co I'd FURNITURE n e "Pol AT HRCKWIl! TO-DAY .-. || 40..M, lap M a il a. ,m„U h<>u*> 13 x •• -hop Hi I. I,, r.m. produce* $7 04 per M to i*r quarter Land can be CAMJ DM nil 01 IIAUMFFt R ARCHER tmtKMHtn UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER H t..flor* received. I u in .HI ot: Thuraday End at the office <>( the. tor BUB CO. Nelaon Hi ail in dee aeven thousand mile* 'damag-il accident. Sale ul 1 n rr leu%  PI OBIFSITrl. . '.-Ill .. I 17!.Sl-lfi LIVESTOCK M HOTlHtS-l jc. OrMing "Lady-awm(Jim Ooekerjack e* Sugar I-advl unromed v. g*ldlng (Jim Gaiker)ack ex Prince.* Stella' ApplyJ K Edward*. Telephone 2S. n.S.nl—l.f.B. MECHANICAL i AHItlUl IIIKfcS Icrculw. .silver Kim LTD I RARNE1 303 31—II n CO PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Limited quantity of woild fainnu. Henna. Hatiy. Swlaa made. Call early at K It llu... A Co. Ltd.. Low" Broad Stieel H.IJI -SB, TYI'RURITTJI P.. MIKCEI.LANI Ol'S niS In Porcelain Ennme Bade. A. BARNES .<, Co.. Ud. CVHTALS FITTINaSdow ilyllnl. Iiftll contt. liriiperlrII. K.'-l BARNES A CO. ITU 1 lllTIIING yencheap, latin-* I worn tloinmii. ai i Ho Hutina. Hotel auj.si in. BHOI ISd IADV. I of Itiark Indian 1 Model. V.O... i.r.,, COAT In Ihi |>I% I14H EttaiNE On ..l: \ MMI ll.i-l -,,i M. l-c, 4 | . *ph.ir Needle-. Mam EpTitUp k up Arm..Man.M'.i MARKET STORE. Cheap-lde. Dial 4BTI HOIHT DAYLITE MOVIE SCPXE* ]• CJ". cood mder. Fill. Clti Pharmac* IUJI Ltd i STAIMF.S* FTFO. CIT:.ERY W.timr a Kietime ~ went aii'lrh. larnl.h. .lain or mM needi In* — will hamionirr v. I'II ai. iniile artllnc for anv aceauon lendlrui rh.inn an I beaut* to your home K • %  T.hle OBf D~'rl 44e I'eik* Table 54c De-een 4fc%  poora: Table S4 De—eri 4fcTea J* Coffer 26c. I^tf *CAVE, SHEPHERD A CO. LTD 18.3.51VFNRTIAN' BIJNDS. Klrech Sun,11 PMtaJ DBtaOS Venetian blind., to > %  lie* deliver' 3 week*. Dial • \ %  AoTMES A Co.. Lid. 11 1 SI—t UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER Bv recommctidalioii. at LlufJlh Anf -i Da>CrabI A Co. Lid*ehouee Cav.n Uino II BAGS IT.OL'N Sal* II JO o clock. Term. Ca*h BRANKriR. TROTMAN A CO.. Aucliorirrni. NOTICE IS HEKFJIY OTrl aaraoru liaviruf M) .leht or flair asaln^ the KMiU Clarke, deeejard late of Hart'* Oaa Ih* pa>h of ctirtai I vjto died on the I ) %  *• uilrelate. are reqtaestad lo Mud particular* of Uiaaj to ihe nndet.4ne.| I aa a, utnT.ii,. -.. II Huh *,„, p, lor.'Im d,. witk-b date I .hall proreed t-> d..niM. the aaen* of the t1rrraa*d amour t partle. enlltked ihetei,. i.. only to aurh eUUna ot hi nave had nolle* aid 1 wfU i.ot be lul lor the aawet* ot ai.v r.rt ttwrwol V llll* j. or ruim I ihatl n..i ihrn have h, notice And all paraon* indebtetl la the tai MUM ,ire raqimim t^ vr u.oeotediie*. ill,.. | Deled thia ITth da* ol I %  THE Pl'ULU' Qualified Ad-nml'lutor pi the Estate > llgh Claronre Clorka NOTICE ivt-ie mi WfXLlAM JOKDOf Dai • i NotlM la hrrelx B ivc, ih. i „n p#rw>i having any debt or rUlm i.ton or after I Ihe e*UI* ot William Jorrron late I Lpper Carlton In Ihe pariah of SalI J.mn who died In ih.. Kl>il <>n II fth day ol July l:Hl -.h rlr l r quired to arnd in portKuktta ..f II—I.' rluim. duly ..Ur-leil ti> n.e I i .. Haaari Hub I I fop %  n field. SoIitil.ir>. laaw IKWII on or before the 13th ISSI, .lie. -1.1,1, ,,. %  'i""l thr part:--. BfllRM ISlllll having regurd u> n < ori' of which 1 .hall 1*4*1 notice and that I .hall not be liable Ha Ihe jMrta ao dMtrtlHited io njperam of who*e debi 1 >hall m.1 hav •• bed notice at the time ol aiM-h i And all peranr* Indenled I eatale are reqi.-.tert I., -111.|h*H wltho.il delay hi* 5th dav oi Frbruary. Illl E H. JORDUN, Qi.nllfled Admlni.t.-tor "I Hair Jordon. di \dvnauvr Will Follow \<>n-l*arty Foreign Policy FKANKFI-KT. Mbi.h i: Dr. KI.UI.KI Aclt-niiuer W lisncsaior wh. I .^ L;Of, i ; -itiij m .in ireV'%  .1 %  I R*dj>M %  %  incfdVoi icji DrrmeciB' Mid chief paim-i m ihe Gtrat^u QwmnmmwA '"id si %  i* Frrmkrun ni-.vspap3IEftWri I II %  I He %  aid iii u MUlMr) pcniultfxl 1< 'he war. laiEety bcrnust' ot nil i kaUona wtlh ihe ASrt High LVnuniwion he hki I Ws • %  rn poww .MAIph a U S SU SB •./ Wat* Gei %  full *..verr-iir requisitf to fn r;hip will' .,,,,) I, view Ihat German, fhouid Hi %  prove I... -.-if %  900*1 .i%  n "I believa |hl la ci %  I Ichumaii Plan. Aclt-rau 1 1, :.'rmin: 1 111 Reiner. NOTICE BARBADOS IN THk COL'HI Ol COM' IN Hi. matter ol PLANT | I IMITF.il and REAU ESTATE HUNG ALOW—Naw Oarden-. 3 bed room*. every convenient* including garden, water nuaply. A* now. E14M M %  • 447' lSaSI-l.ln %  %  %  J.itnr. Street on ThurMarrh KM. ai 1 p.n-.. M i no* of land a Pub* Read. H.i.h HoU. together with ti-.o rtonevtali bungalo v. the Hod 4th Avenue I.:* rllon on leaapl H %  hetweci For further partlrulai %  ,pi>i l.i HUTCH aN* in Ihe owne Ihe hour, c Mil,U.i. %  .1 i .r..l,ll-i,i moat dniraOle properly VICTORIA %  ir aeoaldr neor Worlhinga Po.t |u.i being thoroughly renovated additional land added lo it. J onu 1 with tunning water, dlmm drawing room. breakU.i r..m ,:.,! bath -i-.nli room, i QM lor cooking. Meal be occupied lminedlalel> -i 00 lunher informalloi %  ol Ih* Court of Cominoa altviation or l>i.>pi-ed lo be cflct-led %  Ltk ,1. .... paued ai an I lie C'hiel Ju.Hr PM* by Ih,REDS FORT/1 V BASE HONG KONG. March 11 i.mac Hai. man Island off the Chinese manlaim into an Imporum imliU.iv i %  to the cuna rata and Ascni n %  Communist China. Ruiiia, luiiii" i MI.' wra %  venturs in i. Padflc." had on Hafch i %eri a raUnganl ol M ..mi tachaldana to (Url bullriifig on airstrips, an-i nav.il bases on the bland, ;i i i —Reuter. Spain'* ChaiHTs Oi Joinint; Mluntic racfl Leweiied By Larcttona Strikez LONDON. Marak 11 Bi-r.-i, n.. durinK '.ic n*I i>I living %  :. n/iheneti la BrttMi d Quartern that u •"Ottld IIOI K 1 deniraole to aJn.i' of General Franco to the Atlantic Faci Pol i" Conei. td Nation' %  i %  I i %  %  cured hrmitirm Surnti Into Ailanln '*.' i H ontlerotood lo havtI • • %  Government mitiiMriIn the IfJSElSfflcal Held thr> 'ii.iiues ti iiolu that Ibe aiHi-Soviei i.not %  aaVatatt i itp N ihi tim rtrUte Rmter. PAGE %  Vi \ Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay Iin V %  %  %  Rale* Of Exchange BWIA Wu red |iarl\ /CHICll. Mtmd.iv IndvpsfKlsnl .1 ths Kramltn'' hag been lorninl here A moetme. 0| Bwia IT.-, unanlmt i ad to constttuts i .iiimunKi Part] Will prettnl Its 0WTI Its) %  (pnnf lo-, the Uppei CI I The 'u oraatuoAtlon whtcn %  i | ReaUr < it.ir %  i MAIL NOTICES %  M i retlug HI l?lh ita> f Jar %  iiar. INI, and b.i ra>Uo %  "Thai the provi-.-: • %  i . . %  %  alteied lii addlrm a pal-. .. lUon tin worda folkn. ma that at %  Ul To maintain and tuppnrt or lid n the e>iabli.hinrii' and aiaociation-. InstltuttOlU (nidv. trual.. -i" 'i " %  calcuLHM I'inpliiict iho con patl> '" Ihe <> ., %  i %  niiocti... %  I ... pi Ca 1VAMIII %  pfaaV •rSi 3 .-.Mi. .i %  o'.i SaaSaifi. BELT YOl'.NCi I ADY lor nur oSire Onl Ihoae tlih pievlou* book-keeping r* p-rie,--* -,eed apply SIM b H ol i Co l.'O Pro*d Stt-et. 15 3 31-1 In LAOV-dhar ernegal olRee ...• VttS knonHda* of aietangraphv and T'pmi Apply l' wnilng lo PO. Box a* Bndgelown. 14V3JH-a*. ,i l.idy a laosta iVdi all i MISCELLANEOUS Ml PAY > FOB HTar Uaed ai.l Mint Stamp* ol '*M Indiee. Colleetiona rn.i DU rvrhori allot Sheeti. Single-. Surcharged %  irnnna Accun -.lation.. Odd lot., at U illl'EAN STAMP SOCIETY Hie calculated In benefll rndenta or cumix • -l MttM i. lurihe, ai > hat l"r ... %  n H N. ,-.. %  ., OfWI ol Common 1 ( filh day ol April ISM Ol It 0 %  %  %  MaM %  • aa ordoi (-j Ihg MnSrrrurtian or (he MM %  ihe nbpvr nfl i" ,-'i 1 i Street Ri %  COTTi r i vonrr ISO nvo.ElertKi j v. l ili MAN : .Hid lewel...il SheflWIil I'Ule _l OORRINOET,. ad" to 1 YBCht c,ub aj.t-T.p.N. aSTtM iid a W I Stamp* vntlque Shop. Dial *t jade. MMEDIATE CABM for_brokei GURRINOF5. NJ LIQt'OR LICENSE NOTICE The application of Itaj v K ol LiQ.ior Lirente No laYI lo Charlea Krllman in reape%  .. i.nd Mangle ahop allac-had ti fwalttenre aid Ci" I., iieimlaalo" t.. .hlngle shop at Deckles II, Daled thi> 10th dav of To:-E A. MrLBOD. Eaq Police Magidrate. Dial. A CARMEN KHJ.MAN \ I NR-Ti,, a>p -v -."i -irli IMI •Regi.le %  i nan al 13 11 v.n on ih, um llMl.vli Ui. Ortac e.li a "".., Parre Hall |U %  7 %  %  T('ll\ lh Mieh lnl I \ Is No, Exclusive! i .nomill For Kin-'s Prinir Minister DUBLIN, M.irch 17. Minim John I ailed tmiii/ht non*Conuniiri %  blot more •*,• cluslvs Hi %  ted \'..ii,,na pOllUcal ami cioiiiirriir %  %  i d that las Idsr HI IIepnaUtuDon than the Council ol niropt, -li the OraVntetlon !• i European Jl. wanted an organisatton in which Ital) Spain, nd, Austria and Ireland %  %  bat i i Uvi I %  Itad N i ra li i luded lo^iher with India. Pnklatan. Burma 'he older members ol the %  M'olth. i Could then dll"i %  1MB %  ..nil poll I i reith the Ul ind •'. id --Keuln McGHEE IN TEHERAN :-\N. Mai. I, I r. lcOh % %  TOW taato ja fMr aaoipleu aatlafaaUoo or i n H G -...-.... i cln let ,i with the !' %  • Uw in. Mi Ohi %  %  am Lntart i < kna -.> ie enarilj V.hh-1 \1 NEW NATURAL GAS DISTILLING PLANT .hot.Pl-I-I -II. ensure our Cualom*.. wlih Purr IHslillrd Kalrr BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS B.W.I.A.. Bridq-.lown SHIPPING NOTICES %  lc i\ i l< %  \ l At'STItALlA. NEW ZEALAND I.IN,:. MMiifn %  M A KJ i pntj M S -T.i.'.i. %  'in. •all M-lbourn, Prttu.t Prlmiaa. Mlh. Ilil.bane ini'g at lUibado* e.,il, Thi. raaaal ha. ample %  Ml Oeneral eal 0 pM .in i 1 I'ltm %  la* H.Hiah (. %  li Son. IlltaaaT %  i l '1'IIM'^s H ulaia applv WITHY a. CO llli. ,„: Da COSTA \ CO ITD inldad. || i .,.B.W I BWI laaaM i anfa DBBBS %  A %  AnllgiM. M-m-wrr..' •*• KHHailing Jl.l inn i l|.\MlV*.i.lti II Bo and Pa.aenget* lor Otanada enact, adit d.i *.t Da "tl acHoostn uwNuif i l >AVOV/W.V///r-eOS*W/ l wear falar •ear lloa* Blnee Ihe gi-.i W.old baa* BMralh dlaeaac. bar* tpreid ,h4* iba oaild an thai no* atien*M aa* tbM feor aal of s.atr ll<* pc.pl* ago g aa a l Ma 444044 or later. Be earud In aVaTaaTaaVRJ" 1 ""— Naw DUcovarylSavai Taath Aai4iaa, Uta mi "iof an A, • %  , aalantUH, Bgbta thesa IroubUi In a naw and eviu war. II peaatrataa right b. K ->guni fdin ll-t-lquiciiT laa-a the "* and aoon i nil; HOOK which mab'-H GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN SSS 1 aafffaf I I '' %  %  write for one %  < %  I ,' Mamuel Koberti, (ioapel C rtcoh and Trael Serrlee. J* ;. lu, lenual iwimr n.in v> IS N Irrlaod." V iW,V,V/,',W,V-VA',VeV/^ 9nc. NEW YORK it "Mik.n' ...il, BJM I %  %  NI.W OltlXAMH Hl.RUCi: I%  . HuB.radfrL.. \ and rturrhsa for I bleed I aeiutg looatr all la* tint . ,T thing, and than htard of thii new •oarf JuaaaaMi. in it iiomi an-r uiiog I etopped bltedlng %  lib daktMear.dTi, TRINIDAD WHO, WHAT, WHY? ^. O.Dfiit Ir .... il.iu bMkUTTM to..,. ,. %  i.WUl.o.. „.. "TO _.. t „ _„ _____ tm r,..,_...r,.... M.M. BARBADOS MUSIUM OAltHIBUN FAIIIHIIION OF PAINTI.MiN IN OILH — BY — HAftOI,I> c l uw. j | Open Hall. Sunday*. 10—6 2 S YACHT Ynwl rrapeda' 971. n. InntT. wllh giav marl Recently i _lnlcd and in cood Applv: Vlncant Burke. T*l*phoi PERSONAL DCE I do tuil %  i n.pon.ibllor him or an von* elf* CO-i o^cting nor debt or debt. order .ign.-t b*. I i EVA QBBatrlU 01 n.t F.ck. 3 41-1 I.IWT A FOIXD LOST IACKET One Blown Tweed . ., %  mder Will be rewuded MJUU It in //.<• AMV0CATK BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL LAl'MIEKINfi ii\ NIRSIIS' (MIDKMS -Scaled lenders will be received at the Hospital up to II <>'<<.%  noon on Wednesday, list March. 1951, for the launrterinn of Kurwa* I'nlforms for a period of 3 monthg from Itt April, 195). Tender forms will be .uppliet! on application to the %  General Hospital, and tenderwill not he rntertninef^ unlc thev ar. 1 on forms supplied by the Ho*pitmi Persons tendering mul ubmit. at the lime of '.. from two persons known to pa> li.lr. n>l4f*laa"ilMI.I I K I..-1 .!..*..H I stJtVH I Ixrpaal Viwparl. I an4ua. WlWSart I I.perl. 1 "llll .1 .I'AV 1 J April -i m >MI 1 Prom Hotitrd | %  %  l.-M".-. MAHINfll • .prrlea Arrlral I...4. Male* Srld|el.aii II April TEMPERED WALL BOARD vr ii *ll OIIIJEHS A^nls: PLANTATIONS I.IMITKII. Ptaaa* ITM IMl-Oltll U Central Foundry Ltd.—Proprietor*) On of Broad & Tudor Streets '''^'SS,'s*' f %'*'*'.' r -,K'*?^'7'S.'*Ss&*J^^^^&&^^^fa; \OIII I NOTICE Our Customcrt .'-nd FIKHI %  I to notfl Ihat 'i.H Piti Head Brand) (Worlvbopi Dock. Ship ft Bu u Factory Suppliaa and General ;il not be ripen for business on Saturday next 24:>. Mtral Emporium, Broad it. ami Q will be open as usual We be] to inform OUJE Custom era thai our Offices, Hardware and Lum.-i yard ..ill be i lo '*d on SATURDAY 24th Inst. K ndlj The Siujac Warehouaas will remain opan a* usual. LTD: Six Men CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. \ I PLANTATIONS LTD. ilHiiM.ii\v\ mill sri H.nrsrow > I



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Iforkrita ESTABLISHED 18115 Unemployment May Overwhelm W.I. Kirkwood Says (From Our Own Correspondent). LONDON, March 19 CONSIDERABLE INTEREST has been arousec. here by important proposals including the ex tension of Britain's rearmament programme for thi Colonies put forward by Mr. R. L. M. Kirkwood of the Legislative Council of Jamaica It is expected that the subject will be raised in Parliament Mr. Kirkwood utlinrs his plans In a I.UOT t.i the Timrs to-das In winch he warm that unltta thi i mem of the United Kingdom take positive ^ ate the industrialisation of the ur-'.-t. the British West Indies will soon he ovirwhelmed by the rising lido of unemployment which "is the sacd bed of Communltm", Mr KirKwood re-i I .-,. ., rv findings at P Arthur I rtdfll*4ktl I llO Liwis. Wst Indiv* wonon UUUUI CII LriK: Twenty A Day In Brazil RIO DE JANEIRO, March 19. According lo press reports received heiv to-day, childien are dying at the rate ol 20 a day fi om hunger, thirst and disease in the town of Faton in the interior of Ceara stale hi nor t heavier,; Brazil as the result of i tngh drcuttht which is causing death and famine not only In Ceara but j Korean also in Parahyba, another north lh *t eastern state In both affected regions, rains have not fallen for more than six months. Authorities, are alarmed at the postbtlity of plague In Ceara where three rases of bubonic pott, two of them fatal, hav< been reported. The situation is becoming Particularly serious In the Mwna rf Paton. Campos. Salles, Milgrev Onto, Iguatu, Bobrar, \\>aw Parse.iju. where hum:. an thirsty peasants are threi e to attack and plunder large far m and food shops m villages. Thousandi of refugees are '•naiiiiiig down roads leading to larger cities-, nbannonlnjr their homes and plantations ruined by drought. Despite emergency relief measures bctng tarten by both—Maw Governments and Federal medical -MUthorltles. it is believed the p'-silion in Ceara and Pnrnhybo cannot improve if rnlns do not fall, since the lack of an effectiv system of artificial irrigation imk'-; it impossibly to provide adequate assistance to stricken area*. Tin present drcjght is being CCinpOrod In its proportions lo those of the years 1915 and 1037. both of which caused widespread dcntii. hunger, thirst and disease and large material losses —*-iter Hoard of CDC In a booklet published by the Caribbean Commission Lewis placed the pres< nt West Indies unemployment Mn.ooo and estimated that an 89 i n cert Inctaaga in Indu plnyment uould be m.-essary In the next decade to Imp an increase in the popul Kaw Material* Mr. Kirkwood points out that Lewis' conclusions were formulated before the outbreak uf hostilities and suggests he light of present drag the position is worth rtMoaaktaradon Profoaaoi Lea |g suggested that the industry most tha BrlUan W was one requiring a high percentage of labour and a low percenta( of raw mant-rlala n the finished product Or. KirKwood argue--, BrtttSn export industries which an DOW tlkajj to bo requlnkd a -ate HI the lenrmam-nt drivt COIlld Df encouraged li> Dig manufacture m tinCaribbean of goods t pro ex nor; to hard ill i-iiM .%inov Allies Probe Further Towards 38th Parallel: Nearing Chungchon EXTRA prr trails, from and **ciig Photo • Buck (who%  %  aspersed taki'ii when a Qantan Con-ml!" aagf taken to Q u %  right] %  i %  itack w luiiftmiedl. Mr. Aiu.tr goniyjat*Ki .n l Ml it MASCOT Bydm ng the au i %  %  : ward IVJ.II Ho follov that beniUpi details his proposnls arsta hen Strungt* Disease Kills Chinese CENTRAL FRONT. Korea. March 19, American army medical officers to-day moved into the village of ltochondong near Hongchon where 30 villagers have been stricken by an unidentified virulent disease. Villager:' told doctors the disease had killed laige numbers of Chins— soldiers before tlu\ *T Chinese were dying from a disease Whkh distended their stomachs These two instances are the first authentic cases.—Reuter (1) These colonies should be included in the scope of His MajagQ 'a Government %  nlng In connexion with the Rearmament Programme: (2) An in decentralisation within Hi, < ntotiwtaith, Coi tered in the United K shou'd be granted e x em pti on of the United Kingdom lax mi undistributed profits retained In "ranches of suli-nii.il companies established within the Cola i Ki 3 The U K Government should consider the following example of the Government which r> United States oversea ll soch as Puerto Rico the proreeds of federal excise duties on exports from the oversea I Colonial) territories to or* mm • ij Unite.I stites. Illiili-ll i.il IH'Vt'lopiltl'lll The last ol these t>uggc Inn Mr Kirkwood says would pTOTida the B.W.I. Government with considerable funds that vrOUld M necessary lor the proi futilities and services ancillary to a programme of industrial dc velopment. •'Surely*' ha concludes. I'r ish West Indian victories over England at cricket and on tne running of the track Indicate a degree of skill, stamina and '' <"' petltlve spirit that should receive encouragement in the field of industry Offlci.il reaction to Mr Kirkwood'* suggestions u understood t be sympathetic Further correspondence is anticipated on this subject and questions ore likely to bo raised 1 in Parliament Al ready one of Mr Klrkwood'i suggestion*that of bringing in' colonies into the Rearmament Programmehas support for this which was one cf the p< ints raised iv Mi L D Gammnns in Tri dav's debute os eoloule BOMB EXPLODES IN ALBANIA March 19 An aii'l eport of a Albaniai capital, .'islood to %  London during the weekend, lid the subsequent banning '' m Alba nla, was believed here to have t>een reeponatbli I reporti of the proclamation or %  emergency by the Albanian GovTha l*.mb was said to have ex' near the .ion in Tirana. I >: f\ I i iai %  %  '' %  a decree ' need that am pel' of t>cing members ol rg would be tried Immediate!) A i• %  .. %  'L Offlce % %  %  b i> -day, refused to eomment on NMTta on the situation ir Alh.in.i rm it wns understood in ittuell) wei) Lnformed dlptomatuquarten that % %  n bomb [ID i London from the Western hip'oUnthiii rtoea-nef-maiti.. mntie relstinns with Albania, and snatlc oiiieial in Tirana. There was undenUtOd tn DO M to fii to support reports g —Renter. Ituntamantv On Two Charges OFrmi. i I KI NG %  Urgeaof disturb, ing the iieace and breau I i %  Spanish Town, before the Reattfc nl Magistrate'. Court with %  Qsproaente leave. KC. w ii \. . %  i %  '..i %  by im ehiel lieutenant H< I Sangstei fare and S-lirit(,r < I. I I >:. Saturdaj Buate m ai te fallc mpl lo subpoen.t the *-el ing (Jovernor and Acting Col. Se. j ; Justice J y D I srberrj nulllfle %  .. ,.( ->i. %  ma on amj these witnesses %  Buatam.mt.' %  during the height ol the r.U< c.Uedl !" '£!L. bm 1 ihb %  tied th %  Police aa two gun orowde i square The • conUnw WMi. II.\.\M-:S 1-110.11 IIO%%'.\ l .MII.IC Six Nations Sign Schuman (Ami Plan i'AKis. March 18, .man Plan a 50Iral tri Kur> pi coal actd BtaaJ i i markaM i elej i ion ,inl chief authoi ; ,.! to upon a Of nation"> %  Ki. nch, %¡ ill tlOIIS. ran con%  Miuiltv. lll %  • nil aa the 1 %  Ronrad Adenauer. West b oad %  %  luiman Plan thi h he said, had In%  %  Idei atte %  union t i iti ii t-i lmoid i %  R 'ii i /tritain Gets /to/port On I'orsian Oil LONDON, March IB. %  i pn in• ,ii i report from Britieh Ambauanoi in ParaU Bli Praacb Bgft.1 ,!,.r. %  the Ma|Ui lo natMnalstt tl %  .1 Industry, t,,,; ,., awaiting %  %  iti .-I here i -.!.,> Until ihiis roealved U u Uu uahl i:niiki i> i,, go beta t. Cal in.-i Informed qnarte U ouahl the Hritl i iiimeni arouid rim make %  unni after Eaatsn*. The ntuatlori %  ) th,. Majlli sad by Sii Shaphard with the United -; %  %  • %  ASM-1.UK S., Tl.., %  .:.; %  ., Teheran There weir hoaee i hat some form of !ution might btpossible. — Heuler ( /litltsr Haiti { p HinIish Ship HONG KONG, March 19 Uniforrne I i tuna i in IUPJU i llaii held up .1 .:LI.II] II I 11 l| h freighter the Jaaeg>hlne Mailer 1 off Fiikem coast last n mitn .in,! ramovad part of the -ogo. the ship I return t. Hong K.IK b The ship". maefa r I %  Id he believed an* h Naiionalist guei lua ipan i i |q remove the arboei ajfjo bni made <>fT when a warship—which he refused to Identify—ap|H-aren l Williams said the i .ni. i 1.1 the bend tnhi hhn th.ti ifter the next (luee tm.nths ihe> would gink ;mv ahlp found unnuiii the Nat* nalW blockade (T the Chinese coast, by carrylo ConununaM China —Reutcr. TOKYO, March 19 JJNITED NATIONS troops met Communist re sistance at several places to day in their drive toward the 38th parallel in Korea. The main United Nations troops wpre last reported 17 miles south of the border with patrols probing some milaa ahead An armoured American patrol ran into resis lance 18 miles south of the border along the road north from Seoul to Uijongbu It broke up a Com munist platoon supported by mortars and artillery and then withdrew leai Ing the way for advancing United Nations troops ..one under flufrom an estimated MHkkt Communists, well dug in rood Situation 'Desperate' In Bihar INDIA March ii d to-day hi %  %  i starvation de ithi In bul theee A lev> I I-..its ,.i India The Mintatei food sftuaUoo Ii "deaporate" aenerlallj I %  I oo I wart Bengal. Aaaam, and Hadrae but no offl -Renter Record Bthatanlt Kill 9 In Prairtm Warefa 10 i U missing (o-tlay us Canadian prairie protl emsclvcw if the worn Man h I 'ii i %  rd i ha lorn laahad U %  prali lea with go mUea an hotii lara '. mneratun i arab ing tiaftir and commnnicatlona Some :IH ptraoni on tii Calgary bound Irain %  nowl nd ince n Ioe.< %  %  %  AlU-ila we -ued late laal nlgb* —Hmt.-. PAKISTAN HAS BUDGET SbKHLUS Of £22,4^0,222 1 o M i n I a t e r %  %  budge) %  Tl DR. T W J. TAVI.OB PrwctaaJ of tho University CoUagt West ladies arrived from Trlnldrnl yeitardsy l>y B W.I A. on . on* d. Ing te intelligence reports eenaon, Chinese and Nmth Km eaus appeared to be Mrrylng out brge aoale irluV drawals as tt> bacfl as the parallel i'elf i The grealekt concentration of IM mims, got! ainraft Are since Ihe Korean war began, struck at United Nalioim planes north of Seoul to-daj, as United Nations ground forrea moved slowly tni 3gth parallel. United Nations troops were nearer to Chungchon. %  1 aui Communist appii eentie sa miles smith of Ihe parallel %  %  > here said that if Comuni.st.-; gave it up. their next defensive positions would puiliahly %  > Ihre*miles north of the parallel valley narrows between hills The Chlneea a/OUM **• unable to hold the line on iiat grata I nl tremendous United Nations fire power advantage they said —Rruler. i l l i in ADVOCATE TIIK NRWfl DIAL 1113 DAY OR NIGHT E. Germany Making \\ ur I %  j|iiijt.iiciil th irltlei here loll of war equipment which th) alleged ing produced IM I Ircm niti-aircrafls gun parta. %  : ships and atrctatt. to quoted "hi source* matlen %  that ammunition facto, depots in i in 1IMS. ore working I < —Eemrr ... %  i %  North A n hareall —Keuirr BULGARIA WILL DlbBAND LOCAL RED PARTY l-OND' I d Con %  Ii parl i i Ranter. F.LIZABF.TH JOINS PHILIP IN MALTA ireta i i i n Duke of Edinburgh, v %  %  port. ineaaa Is expected to re %  1 "1 11 to 21. —Reiilrr BACK IN SPAIN i %  II was re to %  studying —Reutrr Ihere was gTeat Hem.mci (or [•aid units. M..HUUlaiiv in Bermuda beeati tiiallaatlon The de Bsand . evident on the sugar vile mines m .!.,maiea. in Trinidad and British Guiana umiwere wanted on lhlacka, sugar eel in the I u me C. ih BrocknoeJi %  %  accompanied s Otto on thvisit went to Ulo Windwaid and I %  %  l Antigua on the suggestion of thi Investlgati • %  n there Bi H adc arorfeei i la II esc place omen In a i ering large areas llusmrsMiirns rjilliuaiasni it..t(, were hanreaaed by th.M k of the among a small young 1 busineas men In offered to lead RrtVali GILBEYS n BiacanoCk, eomnicntin*) "tropical apathy", -,.mi thai ail West Indian unlla dhould re cetve Fonetant ancouragament from the home b->dy "as thingwere apt to start with .1 rush |) Mi.Wagt indies and th.-n petei out l.' lirigade. with %  trangth ol iOfi.000 (adj Mr .inn oid 56.000 u geoklng lo double n In that eounti %  In oath membar lo enrol friend, and hopes that unitill fallow suit. Me liters from all country will do si.ooi. the South Bank a Pleasure Garden* gUi I of III %  1111 %  f %  WORK RESUMED 7A GRENADA Hi0. O-B f .irMiM4fiO OR1WADA March 19 resumption 1 which look place 10-day opens the %  the wage 1 ormula. Only %  was reportcl 1 %  %  %  • MIE BETH DEAN •-.: M A v 1 1 ..-I B u. Ai-.t ginaa; naw. comaleu in aaUeituc faaUV %  he demeostratas Uialr dances in London. Sfc.Ith* only win'. ever to live among the aattvsa in tie tnish to learn their dances nuwy of which are sacred Taty avc utvw baca danced by a whit* girl bafare.-e,pr. %  %  1 conaldai Ihe local Police i" 1 onal feelings or to hesitate kthall In HIRe added that under 1'i.kthall' and command, disposition of 1 Ihe part i-f was immediately reorganised, th Untfy police force tiit a and more men stationed In tin trouble area P regular intervals resulting in thi %  %  ilOA flow of prosecution. Maintain the same Hign Standard of Quality as shipped to ihe "West Indies for the past fifty years. #•"/• EASTER iiiiihf it GILBEY'S PORT & SHERRY &f gAtawreaJUJsniraiB.UA %  -Ml,.



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PACI rwo ItAKIS \ Cahib Calling iti \i>\u( \ n TUESDAY, MARCH M, ItSI BABY CAR S UN SIM) INSI producti .ill I . Barba ink to England %  >• !• brat ions of the Imperial College of Tropical Aarieultun %  iii Bdon paodf murh t hi-, time travelling around the I'ot"monv.i tlHi .(. %  has been Urn 1943 He M fon %  ..i worth Wales. Bangor and before .hat Professor of Organic Chemistry. Indian Institute f>i OS Bangalore Retired Medical Officer D R. JESSE ORKLL, retired Government Medical Offlu-r %  %  I B W I A I l %  Oml, at the Back From Jubilee Celebrations H JULIAN MA II ON. M L C and Mr. h m Tnnjdad on Sun day afternoon by B W I A %  Catobrattons at tho % %  ll Agriculture Mr K n Motttay, M C r MrF I. Walcott. at.C.F? Mi Walcott who also attended %  returned from Trinidad yester day morning With Shell Caribbean M R AND MRS FRANK IDEN DEN uttvad from Maraci.ibo, venaauela vi,i Trinidad momlnj by I! W I \ They up ( aaii Han "Ilday. they are stay in* ui the 1 , club Shell Cartbbaan ivimi. u ID Man.ca.bo St.ying Wilh Father A RRIVING from Trial bj B W E A to .* month's holiday in Barbados, wan -Mr Doug Boon. They are staying wiui Mr Bo n*s raihai ..i Uw St UkfaaaL Mr. Boon is with U.BO.T. in Point Fortin. ,a • For U.S. Holiday M R and MRS HAROLD LEWIS want amonj Uw pa iMvtna. For Piwrto Rleo veHerday morning by II W I A I hey hava gone t. apand In the u s. with raUlives. Soil Surveyors M R. J. P WATSON and Mr. I Bin*, Boll Burvt UM li. W.I Boll Survey Scheme, i at the Imperial Collate %  il Agricultura arrived man TrinMad ytati B.W.I A i en-day soil' M Pfenaant Stay Walter C TanaTnglann, %  by H w i A Trinidad They are both ex I'II the Inland. nig enjoyed their stay and BBUfitl impressed with many courtesies aCtSt. %  Mr Tarry who is Managing Di. ng to 'he leather ituaUon hi not always << in .. illlon to 'upply local • Till'"" lit I ; • %  n the near future Since his arrival he has received i if ^tin naribat increase* m %  i ea of leather and all other <1 *p"-nent narts which are used In ufacture of shoes, and ii ii reliable sources Mr Tarry Miami that prlOH are IIKOIV to reeHnua % %  "se for another three i i nth En Route To Limn M R AND MRS. L. J ROSENSHINE accompanied by their '.uiigtiler Patridla arrived from on Saturday bj HWIA to *|>end a short holiday in Barbados, staying at Sam Lord's. The Rosenahines who live In Pi ni. when* Mr Hosenshine i> a Mining Engineer, are mi their way back to Peru, after a loUda* in the U.S. They are 1. from New Y-ik. Back From St. Lucia B.B.C. Radio Program mes tvaaaukv, M**n %  •• IMI I am. Tln. n. From in IM>(WU. 1 J* mm. F>BASIL, ( ARDFVV THE "UEAK CHANGE' here is .: rool which has been jiclded to the famous Jaguar XK 120 ..pen two-seater. It converts this open roadster into a fixed-hea.i Ihe difference is expected lo boost exports to the United Mates and Canada by near!. i: 1.000.000 within two Recently the new Jaguar was previewed in London by 100 motoring experU btl m a.-v-nlr. ..I i m !.(( %  v %  •-IB. Tl RilUin. SIS -to. r*w Down. 11.IS am Ptosranim* PMMW. 11-3 am N fVialand. HAS a i Report from DrtUiri II saaa l?lu ,>iv. Raws Anslv*v UtlS pm. Clow Down The line of ili r new eoape actually adds lo the ears speed. It wUI ahoot from aero lo :;b miles an hoar in three and a hi|f seconds* from sundlna to SO n-ilc %  %  ii hour in ten sreonds .ml n-. I la miles an hoar In 27 mi. The coupe ha* auoUirr .urpri*e -Its price—C99R. which is only •10 more than Ihe open model \nd when it comes n dale at home?—Add EMI 19* 6d. in purhase tax. -I t s .is BJM Miuuc liov. Orsna ltoi-1. I inland ', 10 y. ... intortua*. .i ir. p n. Wri.h M.S-<." -4* pm *l .-klMSfiw. B pm NrII,. : %  ..s-1 H pm MM M. a uar u. HIS pas hufr'nuiif PsTSde, T P •" Th, \... Tin pm N< AnsU H' Wan UvlUn GuNI M(ILI ISSI iias 'it %  a su M i S p.m. Ownmrmily Sphina. s p I BSSal • IS pm HrM UM ..Lih %  *4 p.m ComtPirr "I Ihr Wk. Din Rrpoil from Brll.in. UunOon Llfrtl Coimil 10 pm Tr^ Kev^. 10 1U P in Imm Ui* BdllMUl*. IBIS p."> FOC "" toldi I0* p"' i-HUn r-l lor IMPM I II p BBV t NorUwm Onhln SIB JOHN 8IMONBBN. TUB. AM R AND MRS DORIEN Director of the Colonisl Product* J" COLE and their son Hal. Bane-mil Council, who had bean who -.pent a short holiday in St %  iteiidlng the Silver Jubilee celabraLucia, returned over the week end tion of IC.TA. was an intransit hv 11 W.I A During their holldav pi".eu*-r ttarouah Bsrlisdos yesterthev BlfO si>eni a few days In dsy en route to Bnglsnd Martinique ^^=^> JANETTA DRESS SHOP M it SIMS. LOM Tel. 2684 Rroari St reel BIAUT1RJI AFTERNWN, COCKTAIL anil I \ I MM, i.ow.Ns Junior Short Story Competition The Evenlnc Advocate in-. bM BH rrnldren under 12 to entei for its Junior Short Story Competition The best story will be published %  rv Monday n The Evening Advocate, and the winner will receive a prize to the value of 7/8 in either hooks or stationery. The stories can be on any subject under the sun but should not be more than 300 words in length, and must reach The Children's Editor. The Advocate Co Ltd.. Ctty not later than WodawadW* srean week. NOTE Stones must not be copied. Send this coupon with your storv. JUNIOR ftHORT STORY COMPETITION Nane Aaa ftcboel Form Hotne Address IOM.IMS Tha Wofldi "io hoaoorsd Wslch. *Why don't you tryl>aradol7*f^ here En u Ttaej are slaying ,it ihe \ From Venezuela M il mi MKS KEN BHEF %  i rhlldreo ai rived from Vanei %  is K bj II W I A M.i, foi tWO Iwudaj then are staving . Rock. Mr Shepherd is with the Veneraetan OuU Rein. 1 %  it I'l.eit.j I i i %  I Guide Meeting V/tll^ I Ii WILLIAMS J-** Island Commlaatonai <•( Ihe 'MI! Otddaa' AaaoelaUon accom%  i I" her dauglitei U H. %  Se.lH.ll. of the <;,il Guides' Association.: left b> H.W I A pcatardu to Puerto RJ o lo a .end tin tha Waal cm Hemisphere (World Bun %  i 'Jirl Guides' Asaoeiaiion Una opens to-di.v and will last x*o da] Ladl Baden. I Powell. Chief Guide of lluWork n Puan .. I.-.' > will .-• %  maaajjuj. About Canadian*' Golf And a'Cup A VERY Importanl fama oi at the Koekley Cktlf COUTM Ml H C Colebrook, representing ROM Simi-soti Co of Canada and Mr. F W Morlev of LobHw Groceiernif. of Tomnt. I ..!(, on Mr ( | Oauadan of Mom and lb v. r Wlls.,,, Lt Cat %  don and Wii .. i iiiiiiiniu came, wot '8th hole A cup will be wlnnars to-night ai at the Ocaam View Hotel With The Bell Tel. Co. M ISS KATHERJNI WEEKES. who u vMth tha Bell Tals 1 i In Montreal, arrived 1 I BS ..\ T! I < %  I 1111L'1 mada. Hare for three %  i-Stt•imiH bit Hi' AOIATH (I.IH CI\t:MA :M.mb.rNKillT at B30 p.m PAT O'BRIEN DAHRYU HK'KMAN CIIAHI.ES KIMI'll: in "FIOHTING fr'ATHEK lll'NNIT ^^^ An ItKO Rani. Pictu re MATINEE WEDNESDAY al 5 p.m WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY NIOHT al It 311 ;. in CARY GRANT MYRNA LOY SHIRLEY TEMPLE in "THE BACHELOR AMI THE BOBBY -XOXER" An RKO RW10 Piclur. EMPIRE THEATRE TO-DAY 445 & 8.30 and Continuing to THURSDAV 1*1.A/A Theatre-Bridgetown (DIAL 2310) TEA FOR TWOfATttll. I WVMORr. : mi aaoAi i K>I rHIDAY' %  •I.A/A Theatre—OUT IN [DIAL 8404) DYNAMITE CANYON & RAIDERS OF THE SOUTH With TOM KECNK wilh Jtrfinnv Mack BflKWII n vpii,i n*nu mr sToat OF Asv-l'mit IS I'.UVKN %  |IM. MR a Mill *si and over MEM BSD n III OOOD ntiiiAS |H "Ul a PABSIOM o I IINI-I H.l.rdo I a tJS mi M.VI sum. ot Oil*. Jl AS GAIETY— [THB GARDEN) ST. JAMES Pcar-a Mua OOT 01KOCH) tu and stay hour indiipoaed ... whea Parsdol helps lo relit\c periodic paioa so quickly! No diaasissablc letHjowo or alter•cflecla. Scieaf ideally-compounded from 4 inpedientB —Pantdol bringl>* relief for hasaa cfcai, loo. Try Paradol—toe asuae UDr. Chase" ii your assurance DR. CHASE'S PARADOL ^— Ouicl MW frem Ml —— £a*%*Mtve&rONLY ONI SOAP GIVES YOUR SKIN THIS EXCITING FRAGRANCE Your skin will be cooler, sweetar... dasirobly dainty from haed-to-tos if you boihs with frogront Cashmara Bouquet laouty Soap. P(RIUMll) Bl AU1 Y SOUP To-day To Thuradui) 4.45 and SO 20th Century Rfa PresenU Burt LANCASTER, Dorothy McGUIRE. Edmund GWENN •WSTM MO" Millard MITCHELL i-inl Minor WATSON BOXY La-I 'J Show*. 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Iforkrita
ESTABLISHED 18115
Unemployment May
Overwhelm W.I.
Kirkwood Says
(From Our Own Correspondent).
LONDON, March 19
CONSIDERABLE INTEREST has been arousec.
here by important proposals including the ex
tension of Britain's rearmament programme for thi
Colonies put forward by Mr. R. L. M. Kirkwood of
the Legislative Council of Jamaica It is expected
that the subject will be raised in Parliament
Mr. Kirkwood utlinrs his plans In a I.UOT t.i the
Timrs to-das In winch he warm that unltta thi i
mem of the United Kingdom take positive ^
ate the industrialisation of the ur-'.-t. the British West Indies
will soon he ovirwhelmed by the rising lido of unemploy-
ment which "is the sacd bed of Communltm",
Mr KirKwood re-i I
.-,. ., rv findings at P Arthur
I rtdfll*4ktl I llO Liwis. Wst Indiv* wonon
UUUUI CII LriK: ,
Twenty A Day
In Brazil
RIO DE JANEIRO, March 19.
According lo press reports re-
ceived heiv to-day, childien are
dying at the rate ol 20 a day fi om
hunger, thirst and disease in the
town of Faton in the interior of
Ceara stale hi nor t heavier,;
Brazil as the result of i tngh
drcuttht which is causing death .
and famine not only In Ceara but j Korean
also in Parahyba, another north lh*t
eastern state
In both affected regions, rains
have not fallen for more than six
months.
Authorities, are alarmed at the
postbtlity of plague In Ceara
where three rases of bubonic pott,
two of them fatal, hav<
been reported.
The situation is becoming Par-
ticularly serious In the Mwna rf
Paton. Campos. Salles, Milgrev
Onto, Iguatu, Bobrar, \\>- aw
Parse.iju. where hum:. an
thirsty peasants are threi e
to attack and plunder large far m
and food shops m villages.
Thousandi of refugees are
'naiiiiiig down roads leading to
larger cities-, nbannonlnjr their
homes and plantations ruined by
drought.
Despite emergency relief meas-
ures bctng tarten by bothMaw
Governments and Federal medical
-MUthorltles. it is believed the
p'-silion in Ceara and Pnrnhybo
cannot improve if rnlns do not
fall, since the lack of an effectiv
system of artificial irrigation
imk'-; it impossibly to provide
adequate assistance to stricken
area*.
Tin present drcjght is being
CCinpOrod In its proportions lo
those of the years 1915 and 1037.
both of which caused widespread
dcntii. hunger, thirst and disease
and large material losses
*-iter
Hoard of CDC
In a booklet published by the
Caribbean Commission
Lewis placed the pres< nt West In-
dies unemployment
Mn.ooo and estimated that an 89
i n cert Inctaaga in Indu
plnyment uould be m.-essary In
the next decade to Imp .
an increase in the popul
Kaw Material*
Mr. Kirkwood points out that
Lewis' conclusions were formu-
lated before the outbreak uf
hostilities and suggests
he light of present dr-
ag the position is worth
rtMoaaktaradon Profoaaoi Lea |g
suggested that the industry most
tha BrlUan W
was one requiring a high percent-
age of labour and a low percent-
a( of raw mant-rlala n
the finished product
Or. KirKwood argue--, BrtttSn
export industries which an DOW
tlkajj to bo requlnkd a
-ate hi the lenrmam-nt drivt
COIlld Df encouraged li> Dig manu-
facture m tin- Caribbean of goods
t pro
..... ex nor; to hard
ill i-iiM .%inov
Allies Probe Further
Towards 38th Parallel:
Nearing Chungchon
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and **ciig
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Buck (who-
aspersed
taki'ii when a Qantan Con-ml!"
aagf taken to Q u
right] i
itack w luiiftmiedl. Mr. Aiu.tr goniyjat*Ki .n
l
Ml it MASCOT Bydm
ng the au
i : ward Ivj.ii
Ho
follov
that beniUpi
details his proposnls
arsta
hen
Strungt* Disease
Kills Chinese
CENTRAL FRONT. Korea.
March 19,
American army medical officers
to-day moved into the village of
ltochondong near Hongchon
where 30 villagers have been
stricken by an unidentified viru-
lent disease.
Villager:' told doctors the dis-
ease had killed laige numbers of
Chins soldiers before tlu\ *T driven out of Hochondong.
They said there had novei been
any previous instances ot the dis-
ease before the Chinese arrived.
Doctors who have placed the
village In quarantine, believed
the disease might be typhus. To
the west the village of Yangpyung
has reported an outbreak of fl
disease also believed to be typhus
Medical officers have ordered the
affected areas to b" wired off
while they investigate.
Villagers have previously tol<.
United Nations officers that man>
Chinese were dying from a disease
Whkh distended their stomachs
These two instances are the first
authentic cases.Reuter
(1) These colonies should be
included in the scope of His
MajagQ 'a Government
nlng In connexion with the Re-
armament Programme:
(2) An in de-
centralisation within Hi, <
ntotiwtaith, Coi
tered in the United K
shou'd be granted exemption
of the United Kingdom lax mi
undistributed profits retained In
"ranches of suli-nii.il ,
companies established within
the Cola i
Ki
3 The U K Government
should consider the following
example of the
Government which r>
United States oversea ll
soch as Puerto Rico the pro-
reeds of federal excise duties on
exports from the oversea I Co-
lonial) territories to or* mm -
ij Unite.I stites.
Illiili-ll i.il IH'Vt'lopiltl'lll
The last ol these t>uggc Inn
Mr Kirkwood says would pTOTida
the B.W.I. Government with
considerable funds that vrOUld M
necessary lor the proi
futilities and services ancillary to
a programme of industrial dc
velopment.
'Surely*' ha concludes. I'r '
ish West Indian victories over
England at cricket and on tne
running of the track Indicate a
degree of skill, stamina and '' <"'
petltlve spirit that should receive
encouragement in the field of
industry "
Offlci.il reaction to Mr Kirk-
wood'* suggestions u understood
t be sympathetic Further corre-
spondence is anticipated on this
subject and questions ore likely
to bo raised1 in Parliament Al
ready one of Mr Klrkwood'i
suggestion*- that of bringing in'
colonies into the Rearmament
Programme- has support for this
which was one cf the p< ints raised
iv Mi L D Gammnns in Tri
dav's debute os eoloule
BOMB EXPLODES
IN ALBANIA
March 19
An aii'l eport of a
Albaniai
capital, .'islood to

London during the weekend,
lid the subsequent
banning
'' m Alba
nla, was believed here to have t>een
reeponatbli I reporti
of the proclamation or
emergency by the Albanian Gov-
Tha l*.mb was said to have ex-
' near the
.ion in Tirana.
I >: f\ I i iai ''. a decree
' need that
am pel' of t>cing
members ol rg
would be tried Immediate!)
a i... 'l Offlce !' b
i> -day, refused to eom-
ment on NMTta on the situation ir
Alh.in.i rm it wns understood
in ittuell) wei) Lnformed dlpto-
matu- quarten that n
bomb [ID i
London from the Western hip'o-
Unthiii rtoea-nef-maiti..
mntie relstinns with Albania, and
snatlc oiii-
eial in Tirana.
There was undenUtOd tn DO M
to fii to support reports
g Renter.
Ituntamantv On
Two Charges
OFrmi. i I
KI NG

Urgeaof disturb,
ing the iieace and breau I i

Spanish Town, before the Reattfc nl
Magistrate'. Court with '
Qsproaente
leave. kc. w ii
\. i
'..i by im
ehiel lieutenant H< I
Sangstei
fare and S-lirit(,r < I. I
I >:. Saturdaj Buatemai te fallc
mpl lo subpoen.t the *-el
ing (Jovernor and Acting Col.
Se. j ;
Justice J y D I srberrj nulllfle

. ..
,.( ->i. ma on amj these witnesses

Buatam.mt.'

during the
height ol the r.U< c.Uedl'!L.bm1
ihb
tied th

Police aa two gun
orowde i square The
conUnw WMi.
ii.\.\m-:s 1-110.11 IIO%%'.\ l .mii.ic
Six Nations Sign
Schuman (Ami Plan
i'AKis. March 18,
.man Plan a 50-
Iral tri Kur> pi coal actd
BtaaJ i i markaM
i elej i ion ,inl chief
authoi ; ,.! to upon a
Of nation">
Ki. nch,
?ill
tlOIIS.
ran con-

Miuiltv. lll
'
nil aa the
1

Ronrad Adenauer. West
b oad

luiman Plan thi
h he said, had In-

Idei .....atte union
t
i iti ii t-i lm-
oid i

R 'ii i
/tritain Gets
/to/port On
I'orsian Oil
LONDON, March IB.

i pn in- ,ii i report from Britieh
Ambauanoi in ParaU Bli Praacb
Bgft.1 ,!,.r.
' the Ma|Ui lo natMnalstt tl
.1 Industry, t,,,; ,., awaiting
.
iti .-I here i -.!.,>
Until ihi- is roealved U
u Uu uahl i:niiki i> i,, go beta
t. Cal in.-i Informed qnarte
U ouahl the Hritl
i iiimeni arouid rim make
unni after Eaatsn*. The ntuatlori
) th,. Majlli
sad by Sii
Shaphard with the United
-; ASM-1.UK S., Tl..,
.:.;.,
Teheran There weir hoaee i
hat some form of
!ution might bt- possible.
Heuler
( /litltsr Haiti { p
HinIish Ship
HONG KONG, March 19
Uniforrne I i tuna i in iupJu
i
llaii held up .1 .:li.iI] ii i 11 l| h
freighter the Jaaeg>hlne Mailer
1 off Fiikem coast last
n mitn .in,! ramovad part of the
-ogo. the ship I
return t. Hong k.ik b
The ship". maefa r I
Id he believed an* h
Naiionalist guei lua
ipan i i |q
remove the arboei
ajfjo bni made <>fT when a war-
shipwhich he refused to Iden-
tifyap|H-aren
l Williams said the
i .ni. i 1.1 the bend tnhi hhn th.ti
ifter the next (luee tm.nths
ihe> would gink ;mv ahlp found
unnuiii the Nat* nalW blockade
(T the Chinese coast, by carry-
lo ConununaM China
Reutcr.
TOKYO, March 19
JJNITED NATIONS troops met Communist re
sistance at several places to day in their drive
toward the 38th parallel in Korea. The main United
Nations troops wpre last reported 17 miles south of
the border with patrols probing some milaa ahead
An armoured American patrol ran into resis
lance 18 miles south of the border along the road
north from Seoul to Uijongbu It broke up a Com
munist platoon supported by mortars and artillery
and then withdrew
leai Ing the way for
advancing United Nations troops
..one under flu- from an estimated
MHkkt Communists, well dug in
rood Situation
'Desperate' In Bihar
India March ii
d to-day hi

. i starvation de ithi In
bul theee
A lev>
I
I-..its ,.i India
The Mintatei
food sftuaUoo Ii
"deaporate" aenerlallj I

I oo I
-
wart Bengal. Aaaam, and Hadrae
but no offl
-Renter
Record Bthatanlt
Kill 9 In Prairtm
Warefa 10
i
U missing
(o-tlay us Canadian prairie pro-
tl emsclvcw
if the worn Man h I
'ii i
rd
i ha lorn laahad U prali lea
with go mUea an hotii
lara '. mneratun
i arab
ing tiaftir and commnnicatlona
Some :ih ptraoni on tii Calgary
bound Irain nowl.....nd ince n I-
oe.< AlU-ila we.....--
ued late laal nlgb* Hmt.-.
PAKISTAN HAS
BUDGET SbKHLUS
Of 22,4^0,222
1 o M i n I a t e r

budge)
Tl
DR. T W J. TAVI.OB PrwctaaJ
of tho University CoUagt
West ladies arrived from Trlnldrnl
yeitardsy l>y B W.I A. on . on* d.<-
visit.
NO ( HillMH III.
WASHINGT
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' \h<- new A
An
He i 1.
1



In thi an lal year
i iUy be
It.,.
Cuban Preaidenfl
Charged W ilh Fraud
1

....

i.
.,< i

II .n theft

.
Fed
r. indlti
W.I. Need More Men
For First-Aid Work
. LONDON.
Sir Otto Lund, Commissioner in Chltf ol tha St John
Ambulance Brigade, who racantlj retunwd from tour of
Unlta In Ihe Weal Indies, said in London lo-dnv th.it Ihrrc
was a ne-d for more male recruits throughcul lh Wtal
Indies for lirsi-aid work. Thla was narti I
Imdos i
Although the hi .
.-I Colue m lu-t-a
ahout )? miles south of the par-
ihi
Turfcath troop* exchanged small
irms lire with Communism In one
ect.....i intmiiuinii their advance.
Jubtlanl South Korean* swam
'he lej Wttari Of the Hongchon
Hive) afM napping and wiping
eat battalion
After action. Am.man Ualsofl
mte.1 231 Chinese dead
Bouth Koreaiia iwam aeroas
i.ither than wait for the boats
An 8th Army Communique said
United Nations troops ware earry-
rtonervo patrols in all
nt hut had made
little contact with communists.
aid the .ii'-
Ihe Nth parallel had
"brought in focus a lot of political
involving the entoe
world".
this it,i* the Brat annouiH i-iiii-e!
llv how close the
M have pushed lo the
I g Iggg week's in-ciintv
buMkoul
i> Ing te intelligence reports
eenaon, Chinese and
Nmth Km eaus appeared to be
Mrrylng out brge aoale irluV
drawals as tt> bacfl as the parallel
i'elf i
The grealekt concentration of
' immims, got! ainraft Are since
Ihe Korean war began, struck at
United Nalioim planes north of
Seoul to-daj, as United Nations
ground forrea moved slowly tn-
i 3gth parallel.
United Nations troops were
nearer to Chungchon.
1 aui Communist appii eentie
sa miles smith of Ihe
parallel
> here said that if Com-
uni.st.-; gave it up. their next de-
fensive positions would puiliahly
'> Ihre*- miles north of the parallel
valley narrows between
hills
The Chlneea a/OUM ** unable to
hold the line on iiat grata I
nl tremendous United Nations fire
power advantage they said
Rruler.
i l l i in ADVOCATE
TIIK NRWfl
DIAL 1113
DAY OR NIGHT
E. Germany Making
*
\\ ur Ij|iiijt.iiciil
.....
th irltlei here lo-
ll of war equip-
ment which th) alleged
ing produced im I
Ircm niti-aircrafls gun
parta. :
ships and atrctatt. to
quoted "hi source*
matlen
.
that ammunition facto,
depots in i
in 1IMS. ore working I
<
Eemrr
...

i
North A
n hareall Keuirr
BULGARIA WILL DlbBAND
LOCAL RED PARTY
l-OND' I
d Con

Ii
parl
i
. i
Ranter.
F.LIZABF.TH JOINS
PHILIP IN MALTA
ireta i
i.....i n
Duke of Edinburgh, v


port.
ineaaa Is expected to re
.
1 "1 11 to 21.
Reiilrr
BACK IN SPAIN
i
-
II was re
to
'
studying
Reutrr
Ihere was gTeat Hem.mci (or
[aid units. M..HUU-
laiiv in Bermuda beeati
tiiallaatlon The de
Bsand . evident on the sugar
vile mines m .!.,-
maiea. in Trinidad and British
Guiana umi- were wanted on lh-
lacka, sugar eel
in the I u '
me C. ih BrocknoeJi
"' accompanied s" Otto on th-
visit went to Ulo Windwaid and
I l
Antigua on the suggestion of thi
Investlgati
n there
Bi H adc arorfeei i la II esc place
omen In a i
ering large areas
llusmrsMiirns rjilliuaiasni
it..t(, were hanreaaed by th.-
M k of the
among a small
young1 busineas men In
offered to lead RrtVali
GILBEYS
n
BiacanoCk, eomnicntin*)
"tropical apathy", -,.mi thai
ail West Indian unlla dhould re
cetve Fonetant ancouragament
from the home b->dy "as thing-
were apt to start with .1 rush |)
Mi.- Wagt indies and th.-n petei
out "
l.' lirigade. with
trangth ol iOfi.000 (adj
Mr .inn oid 56.000
u geoklng lo double n
In that eounti
In oath membar lo enrol
friend, and hopes that unit-
ill fallow suit.
Me liters from all
country will do si.ooi.
the South Bank a
Pleasure Garden* gUi
I of III . 1111
f
WORK RESUMED 7A GRENADA
Hi- 0. O-b f .irMiM4fiO
OR1WADA March 19
resumption 1
which look place 10-day opens the
the wage
1 ormula. Only .
was reportcl 1
.
MIE BETH DEAN -.: m A v 1 1 ..-I B u. Ai-.t
ginaa; naw. comaleu in aaUeituc faaUV
he demeostratas Uialr dances in London. Sfc.- I- th* only win'.
ever to live among the aattvsa in tie tnish to learn their dances nuwy
of which are sacred Taty avc utvw baca danced by a whit* girl
bafare.-e,pr.


1
. conaldai
Ihe local Police i" 1 onal feelings or to hesitate
kthall
In hi- Re added that under 1'i.kthall'
and command, disposition of 1
Ihe part i-f was immediately reorganised, th
Untfy police force ti-
it a and more men stationed In tin
trouble area P '
regular intervals resulting in thi


ilOA flow of prosecution.
Maintain the
same Hign
Standard of
Quality as
shipped to
ihe
"West Indies
for the
past fifty
years.
#"/
EASTER
iiiiihf it
GILBEY'S
PORT
& SHERRY
?
gAtawreaJUJsniraiB.UA
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paci rwo
ItAKIS \
Cahib Calling
iti
\i>\u( \ n
TUESDAY, MARCH M, ItSI
BABY CAR
SUN SIM) INSI '
producti
.ill I .
. Barba
ink to England

> ! brat ions of the Imperial
College of Tropical Aarieultun

iii Bdon paodf murh t hi-,
time travelling around the I'ot"-
monv.i tlHi .(. has been
Urn
1943 He M fon

..i worth
Wales. Bangor and before .hat
Professor of Organic
Chemistry. Indian Institute f>i
OS Bangalore
Retired Medical Officer
DR. JESSE ORKLL, retired
Government Medical Offlu-r
'
I B W I A I
l
Oml, at the
Back From Jubilee
Celebrations
H JULIAN MA II ON.
M L C and Mr.
h m Tnnjdad on Sun
day afternoon by B W I A

Catobrattons at tho ! ,
ll Agriculture
Mr k n Motttay, M C r
Mr-
F I. Walcott. at.C.F?
Mi Walcott who also attended
'
returned from Trinidad yester
day morning
With Shell Caribbean
MR AND MRS FRANK IDEN
DEN uttvad from Mara-
ci.ibo, venaauela vi,i Trinidad
. momlnj by I! W I \
They up
( aaii Han
"Ilday. they are stay in*
ui the 1 club
Shell Cartbbaan ivimi. u
id Man.ca.bo
St.ying Wilh Father
ARRIVING from Trial
bj B W E A to
.* month's holiday in
Barbados, wan -Mr
Doug Boon. They are staying
wiui Mr Bo n*s raihai ..i Uw
St UkfaaaL Mr. Boon
is with U.BO.T. in Point
Fortin. ,a
For U.S. Holiday
MR and MRS HAROLD
LEWIS want amonj Uw pa
iMvtna. For Piwrto Rleo
veHerday morning by II W I A
I hey hava gone t. apand
In the u s. with raU-
lives.
Soil Surveyors
MR. J. P WATSON and Mr.
I Bin*, Boll Burvt
Um li.W.i Boll Survey Scheme,
i at the Imperial Collate
! il Agricultura arrived
man TrinMad ytati
B.W.I A i en-day soil'
M
Pfenaant Stay
Walter C Tan-
aTnglann,

by H w i a
Trinidad They are both ex
i'Ii the Inland.
nig enjoyed their stay and
BBUfitl impressed with
many courtesies aCtSt.
Mr Tarry who is Managing Di-
.
ng to 'he leather
ituaUon hi not always
<< in .. i- lllon to 'upply local
Till'"" '
lit I ; '
n the near future
Since his arrival he has received
i if ^tin naribat increase* m
i ea of leather and all other
<1 *- p"-nent narts which are used In
ufacture of shoes, and
ii ii reliable sources Mr Tarry
Miami that prlOH are IikoIv to
reeHnua ' "se for another three
i i nth
En Route To Limn
MR AND MRS. L. J ROSEN-
SHINE accompanied by their
'.uiigtiler Patridla arrived from
on Saturday bj hwia
to *|>end a short holiday in Bar-
bados, staying at Sam Lord's.
The Rosenahines who live In
Pi ni. when* Mr Hosenshine
i> a Mining Engineer, are mi
their way back to Peru, after a
loUda* in the U.S. They are
1. from New Y-ik.
Back From St. Lucia
B.B.C. Radio
Program mes
tvaaaukv, M**n imi
I am. Tln-
. n. From in IM>(WU. 1 J* mm. F>-
BASIL, ( ARDFVV
THE "UEAK CHANGE' here is .: rool which has been
jiclded to the famous Jaguar XK 120 ..pen two-seater.
It converts this open roadster into a fixed-hea.i
Ihe difference is expected lo boost exports to the United
Mates and Canada by near!. i: 1.000.000 within two
Recently the new Jaguar was previewed in London
by 100 motoring experU btl (eneva motor show very booh.
Sprit* inf. Ik j.m Thu >
m a.-v-nlr. ..I
i m !.(( v -IB. Tl
RilUin. SIS -to. r*w Down. 11.IS
, am Ptosranim* PmmW. 11-3 am N
fVialand. HAS a i
Report from DrtUiri II saaa
l?lu ,>iv. Raws Anslv*v
UtlS pm. Clow Down
The line of ilir new eoape
actually adds lo the ears speed.
It wUI ahoot from aero lo :;b
miles an hoar in three and a hi|f
seconds* from sundlna to SO n-ilc
ii hour in ten sreonds .ml n-. I
la miles an hoar In 27 -.....mi.
The coupe ha* auoUirr .urpri*e
-Its priceC99R. which is only
10 more than Ihe open model
\nd when it comes n dale at
home?Add EMI 19* 6d. in pur-
hase tax.
-I t s
.is bjm Miuuc liov. Orsna ltoi-1.
I inland ', 10
y.... intortua*. .i ir. p n. Wri.h M.S-<."
-4* pm *l .- -klMSfiw. B pm Nr-
II,. :
..s-1 H pm MM M. a uar u.
his pas hufr'nuiif PsTSde, T P "
Th, \... Tin pm N< AnsU H'
Wan UvlUn GuNI M(IlI
issi iias 'it a su m
i S p.m. Ownmrmily Sphina. s p
I BSSal IS pm HrM UM
..Lih *4 p.m ComtPirr "I
Ihr Wk. Din Rrpoil from Brll.in.
UunOon Llfrtl Coimil
10 pm Tr^ Kev^. 10 1U P in
Imm Ui* BdllMUl*. IBIS p."> FOC ""
toldi I0* p"' i-HUn r-l lor IM-
PM I II p BBV
t NorUwm Onhln
SIB JOHN 8IMONBBN. TUB. AMR AND MRS DORIEN
Director of the Colonisl Product* J" COLE and their son Hal.
Bane-mil Council, who had bean who -.pent a short holiday in St
.iteiidlng the Silver Jubilee celabra- Lucia, returned over the week end
tion of IC.TA. was an intransit hv 11 W.I A During their holldav
pi".eu*-r ttarouah Bsrlisdos yester- thev BlfO si>eni a few days In
dsy en route to Bnglsnd Martinique
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M it SIMS. Lom
Tel. 2684
Rroari St reel
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anil I \ I MM, i.ow.Ns
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The Evenlnc Advocate in-. bM bH rrnldren under 12 to entei for
its Junior Short Story Competition The best story will be published
"rv Monday n The Evening Advocate, and the winner will receive
a prize to the value of 7/8 in either hooks or stationery. The stories
can be on any subject under the sun but should not be more than 300
words in length, and must reach The Children's Editor. The Advocate
Co Ltd.. Ctty not later than WodawadW* srean week.
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IOM.IMS
Tha Wofldi "io
hoaoorsd Wslch.
*Why don't you
tryl>aradol7*f^
here
En u
Ttaej are slaying ,it ihe \
From Venezuela
Mil mi mks ken BHEF
i
rhlldreo ai rived from Vanei is
K bj II W I A
M.i, foi tWO
Iwudaj then are staving
. .
Rock. Mr Shepherd is
with the Veneraetan OuU Rein.
1 it I'l.eit.j I i i
' I
Guide Meeting
V/tll^ I Ii WILLIAMS
J-** Island Commlaatonai <( Ihe
'mi! Otddaa' AaaoelaUon accom-
i I" her dauglitei U
H. ! Se.lH.ll.
of the <;,il Guides' Association.:
left b> h.w I A pcatardu to
Puerto RJ o lo a .end tin -
' tha Waal
cm Hemisphere (World Bun
i 'Jirl Guides' Asaoeiaiion
Una opens to-di.v and will
last x*o da] Ladl Baden. I
Powell. Chief Guide of llu-
Work...... n Puan
.. I.-.' > will .-
maaajjuj.
About Canadian*' Golf
And a'Cup
A VERY Importanl fama oi
at the Koekley Cktlf COUTM Ml
H C Colebrook, representing
ROM Simi-soti Co of Canada
and Mr. F W Morlev of LobHw
Groceiernif. of Tomnt. I ..!(, on
Mr ( | Oauadan of Mom
and lb v. r Wlls.,,, Lt
Cat

don and Wii ..
i iiiiiiiniu
came, wot '8th hole
A cup will be
wlnnars to-night ai
at the Ocaam View Hotel
With The Bell Tel. Co.
MISS KATHERJNI WEEKES.
who u vMth tha Bell Tals
1 i In Montreal, arrived
1 I BS ..\ T! I < I 1111L'-
1 mada. Hare for three

i-St Visit*
M J II HORCi \\
mi I'll 11flt-nii,ii,-iilit
ill' >timi-
H bit Hi'
AOIATH (I.IH CI\t:MA :M.mb.r MATINKE TODAY al B p m
I(>NKillT at B30 p.m
PAT O'BRIEN DAHRYU HK'KMAN CIIAHI.ES KIMI'll:
in "FIOHTING fr'ATHEK lll'NNIT
^^^__________An ItKO Rani. Picture
MATINEE WEDNESDAY al 5 p.m
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY NIOHT al It 311 ;. in
CARY GRANT MYRNA LOY SHIRLEY TEMPLE
in "THE BACHELOR AMI THE BOBBY -XOXER"
An RKO RW10 Piclur.
EMPIRE THEATRE
TO-DAY 445 & 8.30 and Continuing
to THURSDAV
1*1.A/A Theatre-Bridgetown (DIAL 2310)
TEA for TWO-
fATttll. I WVMORr.
: mi aaoAi i
K>I rHIDAY'
I.A/A TheatreOUT IN [DIAL 8404)
DYNAMITE CANYON & RAIDERS of the SOUTH
With TOM KECNK wilh Jtrfinnv Mack BflKWII
n vpii,i n*nu mr sToat of Asv-l'mit IS i'.UVKN |im. MR a Mill *si and over MEM BSD n iii OOOD ntiiiAS |H "Ul a PABSIOM o I IINI-I
H.l.rdo I a tJS mi m.vi sum. ot
Oil*. Jl AS
GAIETY[THB GARDEN) ST. JAMES
Pcar-a Mua Oot 01- koch) tu___
and stay hour indiipoaed... whea
Parsdol helps lo relit\c periodic
paioa so quickly! No diaasissablc
letHjowo or altercflecla. Scieafid-
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Pantdol bring- l>* relief for
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asuae UDr. Chase" ii your assurance
DR. CHASE'S
PARADOL
^ Ouicl MW frem Ml
a*%*Mtve&r-
ONLY ONI SOAP GIVES YOUR SKIN
THIS EXCITING FRAGRANCE
Your skin will be cooler, sweetar...
dasirobly dainty from haed-to-tos
if you boihs with frogront
Cashmara Bouquet laouty Soap.
P(RIUMll) Bl AU1 Y SOUP
To-day To Thuradui) 4.45
and SO
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0 ii I versa I Double
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Betty HUTTONLouLs CALK CRN
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CALLING ALL HEAD.
7K.U HERS . You arc
requested to get in louch
wilh the Manager of the
PLAZA THEATRE
IIIIIIM.ICTUW*
I isoon al possible.
connection with the nlrr
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TOMORROW Mm 30
LADIES .XITE l*..l#.V
rniiiiii
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JOAN RENTHAMMaybe It's Became
IXIRIRI. CLARKEYou'll Want Me To Waul You
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II 1 BOAT, M \RC1I 20. 1951
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
I'M.I rUKEE
Shopkeeper On Larceny Charge n'g Ln* iiaa Beets officers
J Total $7.10.000
Mr. Issigonis
Has A Design
For Driving
Hearing Continues Today

bado* Aututi
I
The toul ___... ,.,...,... .._.. ----------.-----
the LjI- mi on the I7th February 1951.
us* uf houwi.. B officer*
HEARING ,n the case in which Elizabeth Kin*, a shop- fSi.TffilhJr' SaoSt"'",.,
keeper of Tudor Street is charged with shop breaking and allocated, making .< total of lieaMtwi Major j D. Lena-
Introduced
To The liar
B> KOBUtT WALLING
A thoclb"\ refugee from the
War I ha* become the d
llritain'a mom incred.i'lr cur -;f
larccnv was adjourned until to-dav by His Honour the $:.WM Cipt. C J Hryar j-Bt, v... -Prea*
Chief Just.ce Sir Allan Collymore at the Court of Grand ^SSTH, 't^i 'l
I .-relay. h aald'ihat ' money would Way, Ommmee; t.t o.i J Co
The case occupied the attention ever appli...:i..n received from neii.
of the court the whole day The 3,000 people up to the end af Caps
jury u empjanelled. No bail Wff December, 1840 w **J*,
m
More Technical
Knowledge Of
L*-dfe and Itar
ii"-n Cotlfgg, Mr O*
.i> >. stcrd.iv
Bai Hi
wm nit" hx the lion

OBE. Mr S. hUch.dh. ...
si J, Hodsen. O.BB, Mr. \ unK
Th-
_ Jord.ui. Co) T M
Mr. Horn..
-11.
granted there la a two count Up "to'the end of February Mr. Ronnie Cittens and Mi- r ; ,, ,
indictment against King On the 1.39Z loan* totalling 1347.690 hat Max flrat count, she is charged, wltn been approved and 1.167 toLilUnn -. ,.,--. m,n.hM,Kil. t. iti, ram 1
4 a. h,t 1 breaking into the shop of Clement $290,440 had been granted of jJ^ZZ^L Ii?l il',J ,/,, School from l!i
l\[\ ^"r^ ,MorT' "*OT Agriculture Needed Roger* at Tudor Wt and Uich *27yi h,d actually bn ^ZLtC7n X1'
Till MAN zander lsi- stealing good, to the value ol advanced The amount repaid ,l. iff'"D*1 to have a membership ^
gems (pronounced 'Isst-an-iii'V. The presence of an Imperial 11 15 4, the property of Clement by the end of February ;, $8,411 <>' =>> oeiore ion* to 1MB
In an CoUegaj uf Tropical Agriculture in Rogers aomctime between Sep- of which $3.(178 wan repaid dur- Tnr Association is ... n
OMi-td BM. (Too much '/or'c to the West Indies will be of great tember 30 and October 1 ing the same month ladies and gentlemen who arc in
do to gel man an value lo our future generations. She is charged on tho second Mr. D A M Haynes. Manager u-rested in motoring and Una >! ***"'
Is Mr F L Walcott, M.C P told count of receiving good* to th** ff the Labour Welfare < Housing Safety whether they own .1 mi l the
BO .. natural lh AdTjeale yesterday. value of til 15.4 knowing them Loan*) Organisation told the ,.ar ornoI The Annual Wbatrl|
IseiROl Mr Walcott had just returned ap be stolen. King pleaded no: Advecate lh.it the loan* were be- ,,<,., te n,^ llllX peTlooi jommr Think th A II
1 1 Ul vi irtv 't, m Trinidad where he attended guilty to both counts. Mr. W. W. n repaid satisfacioriU The pur- .,,,_,., ,,. nu,nlr ,,f jgmjtn
for poae. ' lh* loam wag for repair nth t,
to study engineering, rose to be? vhe celebrations of the Silver Ju- Reecp K.C.
proaeeai bj
trgaanaata,
CODatruCtaOB of
Ofkf <>f Lord Nufheld's chief |hf| Imperial College of the Crown while Mr. G. H. COndttJ
Tropical Agriculture Adanw associated with Mr. purchaaeand,
bby used to be to drtee n ^,,i that the ceremony was J F T. Brancker is appeanr.g buildings.
whSbuilt, iingle-aeater very Impressive and the speeches on behalf of the accused. sjuarter I ontnamed
Umba. ;,n pointed to the importance of First witness called for the As far as purchase or construc-
"Can't afford the money or time Agriculture In these area* proaecution was Inspector Frank- lion was concerned, the applicant
now. bj Wi aie fortunate lo have an "y" wl"> said that on October I <** required to1 contribute 25%
Future Morns cars' *| haven': j c T A Situated In the We*' a( about 930 in the morning Of the cost and the remainder wa<
finished yet." he told me 1 am indies, which ure malnlv agricul- Clement Rogera came to Iho furnished by the Organlsauon
rjiinklng out another Minor now" ui.ai centreV he said C I.D and made a report. He ". 4 repay-
N BkU It will^mpnaTise'the imrxir- *>t to the atore of Rogers ... -.ent wen In keeptog with ti..
Here ,.port of tho lance ol agriculture to the fulun Judor Street Sgtt Phlll.p, who J^r^J^^&fag*
iMllourcr model, which, at 182 generations who must of necessity h a wsrrant to search tho J**""; J^y1. ,S^ TrSn'
l paid., weighs un .. ainly depend on agriculture for premise, of the accused ^ f^iffi i"//^;?,, |
laden, half a hundredweight less their livelihood." went along The accused occupied ,ue **p,{"n,l. 'l"1 "JJ""5TC
Importance Of Agriculture ffi !hop ^."S f ?* ^"dhinf ,n creased Sa|c7u weUSTthe piv-
It gave ipe. Mr Walcott said that the speech Jt]L, JtJZ. ^Li. m*nl oul of ,hp ""I" proiluced
and 6, m p h ,n .1. cf Sir Alan Burns, formerly Cov- ^'T "SUPS"' f nt y,- h) MM
four ,, ernor e,f the Cold Coast who now Ht *m'ned tnf f00,' of ,"1* He said that tho workers were
I. gauami 4.n long nvrv%^Tnf S^CCStiBeI8K5 ['CV T\!LtellL S v"v -PPreelaUve o, thi, ass^t-
| teal 04 m iU laragea and 4ft Nations Trusteeship Council, was *..r^ with ralva^nise screws '212 *" ev",*ncl b> *|*,r
10ln high, but mv 14 stone and niouriate Ii nniniad ".m in 'l,ce wlUl, lyanise screws willingness to moct their obi if a
ft. or height were ouive vomfor- hrKriance^! ufneidmre m "T.w*0 t0 taW b**" Wmp*red 'Ions
Colonial F^olre whose Doou- *'Un' Wn,u* "" Adweale Wg4 al th.-
II ..rara r d corner, ^^'tocreas^g nMiy'Td To Mr. Adam, Inspectoi Ifj^we^^a.w w l^'
1 '",n ** 8kld- produetlea rapacltv muM Franklyn said that he knew tho "y,?? **9 "S**? wK
operated a, 4.1 n, to the ..rr,fow ^ lnlenBltl0(l liccufcrd ^.^ .^ ,,. accuaed tt' -re '. ng' th? SSS^tJ^Z
He was hoping, he said, that told, him tnat_ahe used to buy ^^^^IJ^JZiZ
lift December
The mam obttctf of the Asso-
ciation are to foster the
.f imilfiists and to co-operate
with Ike Amhoriiies in tear) mrj
to make the Roads safer
for all uaera.
The following are SOTM "f the
benefits the Aasonalton will offi'i
l Oil 1
Chief Jusw*

as thi' Oil
.
remind youiuj

.' iin the hlgheal trad
I respect
ful Ul the lletuh COt
How inmftbafi and at Uu
same tune linn and (
the interest of then
nil had IW difficult
Wing, 50 m.p h In tne near future, there'"would goods "from Rogers. When he.
li rearheel SO in.pl>. in half .1 lrt. ,. Barbud!ans taking more (earched the place he saw some W(Un.
t the car could have vmrwm nl lhe College It would boarders in the accused's pi
Nlll illili-. ^nilll- II.Ill IllillMI'l tt>l -,- T ... ,.
the second or third instalment ac- Uong in the West inmes
Authority to display the Asso.
elation badge 011 your car.
Assistance In parking
Legal advice on motoring leprcsenung
ii.illei '
Campaign for Courtesy on Professional fhgmly
Uhf Road i holding all tho
Co-operation with the PoUea :- QM di|rnlQ <( their profaa
nd the Preai for safer driving ,:0n would ho maintained and thi
Campaign for Compul
Third Party Insurance. ] 1 ,. ,, , fustici mid that '1
Elimination of dangerous .
corners ,,, ]
Affiliation to the A A and the Barbad.-- )>.< rrtCd I nfOM
n6-c-, n which was rail known to Barna
FaclUUea for me Renewal of ,,, mil ., ,..,.,,.u.,. , |U,
priven l lamlly Md distinguished them
n is cootemplated, later on, '" ,,,,.. in ,..,,,(,- walks of '"
k affiliation to nmilnr Asmkmj- |U. lnouiht w wat correct ir


1 could near uie ^ means of increasing tho He heard that the accused
while
the
it hers were
elrcuin-.1
.-'.: !
1 "-technical knowledge of irieul- friendly with
(acting the linings tha^bugjr Uirp among many woncers. Branch whoi
' peavatiui and small holdei
man named
. thouglit he
haual n mrt sniall holders, who, knew becauae he was pointed
' * '- without that necessary knowledge out to him In the Court yard.
'"- would not be able to cope with Sgt. Phillips said that on Sep-
I tin ii-nt owing demnnds In compc- tember 30 qiement Rogers went
But brake*, engjfll Utlva nuurketl to the CI.D. and made a report.
Dd iack-.nd.pinior Mr. Walcott said that the Col- On October 1 Rogers again re-
wera of lop-quality lege authorities gave himself and turned to the C.I D. and ne went
other visitors the opportunity of with him to m* premises itc ul
SUICIDE
There
Assoelatlo
especially
Safats

In
Me In Le Bal
No
Iff.
retaes 1 liked The windows Mlnj and appreciating the work tt*n< ln,l, * prf,m''"
,ly two torni to lower Thllt Kwa, being d.e at the Col- *gfcJS ,?ft J2LJP25S
lent Fi
March
The wealthy lather of :. 25-
year-old girl student wilt
have killed her ex-lover, killed
rtaalf : v gaa-poltonlni hen e>
: |Ulri
. flrst.class forward visi- jege
1 iliiy access through the Door to
geari ind tratwn
1 -.prmgs
Nrrdrd l^twe.n
I ...
World riht Riserved
L t S
a>
Tdad Theatres
Act Amended
lins of bullir which * behind
LAUNDRY WORKERS.
RETURN TO WORK
iPtoi.i Our Ohi roirmpondmi
PORT OF-SPAIN. March 11
Despite strenuous opposition. ih"c" wardrobe.
meetly from members of tho He also went into the accused's
Butler Party, Trinidad's Lcgtsbv ahop which Is adjacent to her place
live Council members approved and saw a box of biscuits and an
.mendments to the Theatres and unopened tu: of cooking butler
Dance Halls Ordinance which which was marked.
Kn the accuseds place His daughter, dark eyed r*aulllM
saw a bag of flour in the kitch- lXibunon was arrested yesterday
en The bag was torn and Ken- after 27-year-o|,| Foliv
neth Rogers claimed it as his had been found dead to GMll
father's property. There were nh two bullets in him
also two ten pounds lins of butter. Pauline wiu found unconscious
two bottles of wine, four enkes of near the gas stove In Bailey's flat
soap* a Blue valise, two bottles of police said she called UM n afh
bitters and a bag containing 2? ,llo had heard that Ba *
iouoTth.1 U '..
can do much .AI *jgBE+\E;ia wfA a. the
regard to Rood Alt, ln,.v General had id.
eio-deo. ..;. h. uM remarked
'hero wag grweyg room at th"
top and he hoptii hi would main
1- profaa
ton He ma " he would
uphold the tredltMna of the Bar
-l-IVl 111111 IM'I
Mi. Fannei thanked the Acting
1 .. oral and tho Chief
hat he would di
everything on hli pan to
Uie high sUndnrd <>' that Bar
BulWiles Protest
Aguinst losiiljz
Of I .akr.'h
17.
1'OUT-OF SPAIN. M.i
bitkeiN woikei .in.
others paraded PoetHJf-Speil
r.iiei the lUitin banne
protettlni fifrilnt1 aetJon by thi
novernment netilllng In ihe clos
Ing down of fmii city haJnrtai
The demonstrators cairn l pig
grdi
anolhc
I'OIIT '!( SI'\IN M
Workers at the Sanitary Laun- revoke the powers of the Com*
dry, Po tn* un misaioner of Police as the Licen- j--t.-"i- s, T..a. sin-et Tin
~a^"^ \JSEjn3S8Sh
against the linuUtlons or Calyp<
auniaiis in the freedom of their
art gave a passionate speech.
The Hon. Albert Gomes urged
lover for two ye;
an engagement ring <'
girl.
Her father. Un-
known builder in northern Ffeaee
Reuler.
FEBRUARY RAINS
DELAY CANE MATURITY
The sugar crop tM IBM wa
previously aatinaaled at 115,001
ii ns and than
. Government "and that total i<- will be
f Fcbru
a M>iiii the Labour Minister The placards ih exi
bore Inwriptioiis as Who.. is Iho D.i.cti.r ..I '.
r..|.
Alberi Oomea?* "ta he dumb or the Aereeeaia regterdaj
ponclble for 11,. sji 1h.1i tin nTectf of the
all this. Dfmgia*". "We want bread ,..:.,. would probabli aolaj n 1
not old talk', "Russia If willing to tuxlty in some ptrl oil
atrUte
returned to woi k
admitted In letter s o. Hfrper,
Union.
Clement Rogers said that h< has
his business place. On numerous
occasions he has missed goods and
found that the galvanised roof
was damaged.
give us wheat".
:ler".
"l,oii|: Live
T'dad Ships 7.INM)
Live Fishes To U.S.
Before the demoiu4rafJon, a
UVTM crowd lilli-ii the city's local
Hyde Park, Woodford s.|u.m and
li.stcnrn In Ii..n
that it was very hard that ttU I "
trnlloi ol Imports aud I
PORT-OP-SPAIN. Mairh 17. roUld not make the distribution of
Forty tins containing 7.000 live flour satisfactory enough so that
r-|U. ill I.I
U.C.W.I. PRINCIPAL
CALLS HERE
On Beptatnbfr 30 he marked 20 flahOa, the largest ghl| ; .1 UM could keep on oper-
_i .___* _.-..__Lkl_______1 _1____3 .CvUilf ,1 Itltl. ljft Till llli.l II ITIV rillrill I.II.I V1L -.,'J.l.r f.lb.k.lj. luilllll
but n we Uki
vanuVite would be oil
of fne in so far
I 'he total an. '.idI n(
. ... 1
"PARTNER" TAKES
SUGAR
The Ann mail S S Aleoj Part
no. I hen on Sun.
that the Bill should be approved. cirtolins of c,g0rettc and placid tropical nffl left Trinidad to-day ating and so avoid people being guppTiea ,}( augar and molaafs
and that the Police should no* ,. ,_ whicri ht. ul u r..r n,(, r,,n, 1 Stat Th out .if employment.
1 avc been "brought into tne
the toilet. When he
I)i T W .1 Taylor, Principal
ol the IJniveraity CoUefe of the
a/cat 1 J imaica, ;u.
from Tr ) lay morning frm
tl> b w \ he bad bees
esenteet tho thc |nQ_ (ne jty to g(1 nome he Indian Ao,uailum Supplier:
picture at oil." H_
fact that a policeman should
decide what was a clean calypso. hc nolic(n that
If Mr. yuc- Bnd c(iaroKM
leaving shipment
made by the West Following a request by certain
if people in the crowd thai he take
arefully closed it. Neat morning Poi t-of-Spain TroplCBJ tlshes and the matter up in the U-gislali
tins of butter : nakes have already b <-uncil. Mr Butler promised
missing He to Hoiinnd when- the nerket do las utmost for hi i
knows the accused who Is in the shows great promise It is aniiei- As u result of these Dakar*
liquor business. Sometimes the paled that with the Oetnand In the "'H down ZOO people were out of
accused would buy goods from United State- ,m the tocfeaaa, wrk
5"!S^5SS,,cSii 'ATHELBROOK' LEAVES fSS,-*. .. MdMMtn
vedo. thai certain indigcnoi
Id be preserved
(a Canadi
She will of laklni 3 MO I
ufjar for si John, N B iJ
lax ami St John,
The Partner
Uessn Da O I ft Co I Id
f TroDical Agriculture Being bq The motor vessel AUielhrook
_ > *i n__i____ _. Ouu.l^.i fiftjw-
I, Dr. Taylor took left Barbados
portunity of coining over
i, nuns to Jamaica He
Is due to leave this afternoon for
Trinlda.i en route to Jamaica.
A' Sen we II to meet him were
Blr Geori k Hi I Of Develop-
i Mr All-
rr.n- Pouglae Omlth, Resident
Tutor of the Extra Mural Dept of
the University College of the Wei
, Su.-dTv i t7r- A"1""" handed two bills to Rogers ,.
examination, Mr (lf hard eurm
who
them
iln'iidy arousing peal
d that the handwriting on |nWPit. and it is belli
hii
an iii
Cpl. Babb also said that h<
to the accused's place and sa
bag of flour and some tins of but-
ter. In the dining room there wag
nothing. Behind the wardrobe of
the bedroom there was a bag with
M tins of butter in it.
accused said that she Imught
a grocery
many an eftploruuj the |
ties of going into the
establishing it firmly hero if the
ii..ikes abroad prove to be
encouraging.
Dies Suddenly
shipment of vacuum
pan molasses Tor Trinidad. Her
cents are Messrs. H. Jason Jones
& Co.. Lt\_____________
TDAD RAILWAYS HAVE
%24,377 0EFICI1
.rri.li. Our Own Con.Mond*t,1 >
PORT-OF-SPAIN. March 14.
, StX'Kd X^STmlK A-lSl AdamV If .he c .v^.c.day Tor i en. of .00 drum.
la,! month and lhe _ab.naonm.nl ^^ ^^ my mcnmrnl , , , ,piril. a ,,,
TAMARINDS GO
ON -FOREST"
S.S. Ijlurenltan I'lirrtt .iriiv.
I t
-.!
irranU H#ibb 50UI 130 barn-Is of lam
the Pl.reo ancillary erv.--
have renected deOdt m the ,he" iccuWd"'anMched the pool, Enjland
rmnM of the Trimdad Hall s Phillips- hand
w.,5 lor tint eri(xl to the tune |m ( $2.S77 a, compared arlth UM chall Huichlnaon, a carppn- 1 he went 10 the store
'Pi.*.. Oir O-11 ro.ic-pond.-it>
POHT-OF-SPAIN. Mar 16
Lady Enid ncntrlce Walcott, jnme month last
widow of the UU Bil li-'tiiy Wal- .how that the rece .
eott, T.casurer ot Trinidad, died year totalled $176,14. compared -^
uddenly today al her St Clalr with 1151.770 thU year '"""J' Street where
..other ol trnme alone claiming II05.7SO aa ,Me
n.ii",
Her agents
b Co Ltd
Senior Short Story Competition
The F.venlnf Advecate Invites all school-boys mid ache
I,,... ,..,, -... ; 1- |V ,.-,! -rruor Mn.rl --loiv I ..linn
tltlan. Stories can be on any subject, but should not exceed Mid WOfdl
In length and must reach the Khwrt story Kdllor. Advocate t , Ltd.,
City not later than Wednesday every week. The 1-M itorj each w
will be published in the Kvenlng Advocate mid the winner will
celve a prize of books or Stationery to the value of 12'fl.
Send this coupon with your story.
SENIOR SltORT RTOKV (fiMPFTM ION
T-,; n.nopt Charles Hulchlnwin. a car pen- i ne wen. ,u ..... ha.
:V^ j Jr\T>JT, ler. said that he knew Rogers who he reached there he f
iipts1 during last rmp|ovef| hlm ln August 1B50 to stnp of galvanise
th the
found U
ugust 19S0 to stnp 01 galvanise which he h.i
f the roof at Tudor secured by nailing was not nail-d
he kept a grocery down but was detached from the
,..- relaid two galvanised "heel. There was some flour in
Mi II. B Walcott, Managing against the corresponding period ih u b nni|ing them down pro- the gutter. In accordance with
I of Si-mo. C. Kirton. this year which has rcffecUd perlv. They wen secured by two police Instruction ]ve remov-.i U
Port ol Sn iin in' Mrs Chr.sp of ttl of $88,005 revealing a drop [apt. f galvanise. On October strip and put
England.' "' Hl*dh revenue totalling $17"
---"\r-=.-:
He
Home Aedreaa .
1 sheet
CLARKE'S "BLC3D H2XTURE
Cleanse the systcni from blocd
impurities ; many offerers from
rheumatic aches and rains, lumbago.
neuritis, pimples, be !s. sores and
minor skin ailments, on derive great
benefit from this well-known medicine.
la LIQUID er T4DLET IOBM
G&t
Liixum
()ii.i;t soaps
Sombre salesman
gets a
'regular' order
CAM ii rnvrtkt in imotrr'i accei
v Mitn II you wmni a heb.ri.
I irarcfir .hnUrr, 01 a hookah. Stun't uv
mtvn-lB. -hiihr blc.r itlir Wtf."
I i*J run. 'ho-', ilw- gnu dont ..
Joar- 1
1 '. m -v /a**," mmT S+m. *<
*ft. "IV# *rii j^.r*.-. Fc en* tk.f
I'm h-hiiniiI. M t.-w- ,#u> /*-,
** (* Soito-i of .''J dir ji vn C0tt
pm vow k>r mm lJJh*i H M
sfaak
"That'i pnitwhly your irmibk." I
"aid. "A bad caw of p-ti."
"Vhr- ..,( .Sj-, ,
-Uflwa.-lajJ Voo'rotM.na
upii b* u* w i. t lupim >..u haw
mudcyou iMl o rat hat lo (o ihn-^l
tail cm ..f rip,,, and >,.U( booi:
rmiklci haic lo .in ttw puihtng an.1.
pulLing hutihrrt'iiioiluniltH ihtm n>
liani on lo in lh *oli (oodt Too t*i
ia*>Hlatl '
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"NoiaiU.'*liJ -Hub-.lr-huoM
o,l an., tiouMr u, ouf lumrt,r -ado^r
af eaeiuuMiii* tou'r- n nr4 of
Krikf. i: ...
"TW*-ii**..>-w,. 'asaaafSea
"IwuiBr ngbf plaor," I *U4. You
ha.c a luilr AU-Hran (,.f r-rt***iM crrv
morning li'i dclicloui. and u p*i
your din (Wa --ntnviUinf 1m ihoar
i-.ut.-lr. 10 wort on li'll im. to..
tt-auau' in a matin ul day. "
1 left Sam egassttagj iitn. aad -'- '
rum *i< Uin h* looked . d h*
waa ui full wlr
W *v d bsiiU'lmp'
%a All-Brant put yoj ta uw but
lintr.hM il*'- I ...-.l
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.1 n.kti el i>h, -nrdtJ. ?*>J fr vm'h
I'm abrady .old on .ha..-' 1 w.J
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mm !** .a >*!> wtmm, *i- -i- .
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BACKACHE)&
GONEfyJk
TT1.SOI IINSl'UPRISING ,
* how qukklv h-nimhe. stiff,
li.mbatio, (bi-uuuiiK pains and I
.nmmon ur.ii.iry lonihlc. due I
in impuriiict hi tin i'li" .1 -mi
h tsseseoaw.
Mrong, a. live kidncyt ialc-
1;uard ynur htalih I .
Tipuritics and hannlul Wfesn
.ml uf tlw vyicni. wbsa
kidney a.mm u leadi
lull iii hher the hkxnl prnptilv,
Al* your
DtaUr for
pain and dateaadon
treuueni rr.uh-
IKmiiMi.i I
I Pi
tat
the hidncv
and m> MunuUt.ii)[ ill ir i
poo Ihi
haowa dtarctl) sad
jiiiiwri'iu Manv ilinuaandi ot"
gntentl men ana
i.^iuit.i i.> iin-
K-une.1 hy taking
I>i
IMI
EXPECTANT MOTHERS/
Mffkft baby strong-so he can be
an Important future citizen
Ybo nrad nor* AaO Viiamloa now lo hclv gl your lnhy soeog boors aod a iwrdy bu-lf aad lo
balp I'uilJ your own aidoiini and anergy. So tab*^
fjCOita 1'aiuliiuo rafata/ly. it bow ohm* battet
sou (aal all du/tag apexiaaey.
mar* Hioh |uaf a tenlav
-OrVaf/Ul NOURISHMaMT
% olt'a E atultion ii a iciaaiitii
ale, r eb i lamral A*l)
\ UUllUlI a wia,.' rM help wbea waoiulcal. good-
T U nod iL III (
..Ing.
^SCOTTS EMULSION
LOVELY....
DELIGHTFUL...
!F
LUSCIOUS....
EASTER EGGS
SEE US
FOR
ESCHALOT
e
STUART k SAMPSON
(1938) LTD.
Mako his, or her. little heart Happy at Easter, by
him a REAL EASTER EGG. filled with
MARZIPAN
Plain Wrapped ....
In Plastic Effi Cup ....
. And Also .
In Plastic Easter Egs
tilled nilh SCORCHED ALMONDS
a full selection of -
Confeiliunery in Gift Boxe.
Cocktail Biscuits
Sui'i-lened Biscuits in Gift Tins
ll. lie. Etc.
AT
DON'T
smear RAZOL pomade on
HAIR. Take it on the cBml,
and work it thoroughly
through the HAIR, forward
first, then backward, until
rrfost of It comes back out.
Soft paper can then be used
to wipe away surplus and
to dress the hair to a finish.
The above course, will give
very desirable result*.
If yoor dealer haan't
RAZOL POMADE, phone
Booker's (b-dosi Drug Stores Ltd.
linn \li .STREET and AITHA rUA*MACY (HASTINGS)
.'.'.'.'.*.'.','.
RECENT
ARRIVALS
of
in v
r.vv#-rv*vi#*i misi
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,
BORN.VS BAY RUM to.
SELECT THESE EARLY ....
Slmonla Was: 4k Rleener
Chamola at Pelkshinf Cloths
Back I p I...mji-i
Hpot Lamp*
Traitor l.-rnpi
Illuminated Kendrr fi*ulea
Jeweled Exhaust Ope Extensions
Hteerlnf Wheel Lover*
llumper Jaeka
(ireaae Guns
fi Vi.lt A It Veil Herns
Mlrarle Adhearve
\ ill - firlnrilnf Campoand
Meehanlea Bearlns Blue
Ollnder Black Heat ReaktlOf Paint
Flahe Graphite
Fluxite
Battery Tenters
BaMery Cables
Braaa Hhln m, t.i
Body Solder rianr and Blade*
_ Alaw
Deearbonlsuif Gaaket HeU far all popular FnflUb
and American Car* and Tracks
ECKSTEIN BROTHERS
II III:\ l
Nli-SWIFT
riui;
EXTINGUISHER
aw us.-./ i/iriini/fcii' eke
lli-ifi.h Vrtri/
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Secure and invlal your re.|iiiriiii.iil--
TO-DAV TO-MORROW may he too
lantoll
(Hilaiii.l.le in 2 4...II...1 anil Quail !/-
for all risks.
COURTESY GARAGE
ROBERT THOM. Dial 4391 ^
W.'-V/.V-'/.V.'-vw.i-i -. >,:: .fc-.'-W,'


I' Mil I ol |
RARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY MARCH M, l!'.-.l
BARBADOS
ADV'OGttE
TiiFMlai. March 20. 1951
BYE-ELECTION
WITH the unUrael) death o{ Mr. D. A.
Foster a bywJectlori has become neceasary
for the vm Bt Andrew. Mr. L (
K h Gill, the Senior Repreeentetlve of
that parish accordingly moved in the
House of Assembly that the necessary writ
be issued for the holding of a bye-election.
It was at this point that the issue tended
to become confused amidst the niceties of
constitutional law and practice. The Repre-
sentation of the People Act 1901 provides
for two sets of contingencies, one where a
member of the House of Assembly shall
be called up to the Legislative Council, or
shall accept any office which by any Act
ol mil island a member is disqualified from
or from serving as a member of
the Assembly, or shall accept any office of
emolument under the Crown, or shall be
absent from the Island without leave for
a period of forty days, his election shall
be declared void and a new writ for the
election of another member in the place of
such member shall be issued within forty
days alter the Governor shall be addressed
for the same by the General Assembly.
The second contingency envisaged by
the Act is where a member may resign
either before or after taking his seat. An
: hall forthwith be passed and for-
warded to the Ciovernor-in-Executive
Committee and the Governor-in-Executive
Committee shall within fourteen days after
receiving the address issue the writ
It will thus be seen that neither Btl ol
DM provides for the death c; a
member and the issuing of n writ there-
after It has. however, been the practice
to deal with the matter as in the case of
resignation and for the Governoi-in-Kxc-
cutive Committee to issue the writ within
fourteen days after having received the
address of the House of Assembly.
On this occasion the Leader of the
Labour Party with the support of the
members <>f thr party has appeared dissat-
isfied with the established procedure and
has proposed that a committee be set up to
investigate the appropriate procedure. If
hr member! of the House desire a clari-
fication of the matter the easiest course
would be for the Act to be amended sn
as to deal specifically with the matter, if
not, the opinion of the legal advisers of
the government should satisfy those who
may have doubts of the position.
Most important, however, is that the
bye-election should not be lost In the
pigeon holes of a select committee. On this
occasion the practice which has been used
in the past should be used and if necessary
the matter may be dealt with at a later
date. It is certain that neither the people
of St. Andrew nor the general public will
condone any method by which the leal
should remain unfilled until the General
Election at the end of the year.
i mmov i'iioiiiJEMS
THE visit to this island of a Trinidad
delegation comprising Sir Gerald Wight,
Deputy Speaker of the legislative Council,
Hon. Victor Bryan. Minister of Agriculture
and Fisheries and Mr. Cecil Farrell, Mark-
eting Officer, might be regarded as a com-
pliment to Barbados. This delegation
came to sec at first hand the methods used
in taking fish around the const and our
method of deep sea fishing.
Beyond any compliment which might be
implied, it indicates that the West Indies
are awaking to the fact that common prob-
lems face them and that the methods used
in one colony might help to solve those in
others.
A year ago an Agricultural Mission spon-
sored by the Jamaica Gleaner came from
that island to inquire into methods of agri-
cultural production.
This was the idea of the Anglo-Ameri-
can West Indian Conference held in Bar-
bados in 1944. With the continuance of
these visitl there is every hope for the
solution of West Indian problems on a
regional basil.
PERON PUTS THE
FLAGS OUT FOR ME
Frowns are changed to smiles
but alas, his Majesty's Mr, Joint
is still far from the dotted line
by R. M. MacCOLL m*n*im*j
ItUENOS AIKEK latest b HI I St of Hate* when iv just end
i u* who had just meat talks would In- a sort of Ing and Panama hits and wnu.
ra in iron Mauru were utung Joint enterprise of the Jo'ins mitt arc the order f the day. the
a circle In). BuMOi thus combining the better aptl red pillar boxes ,irc very like
ires airport bmluiug feeling mure tudes of Mr. John Edwards. M.P. home
"'-' i DreBS fooben r.,[ lV, jii cur chief nejfoUatol In the present And the drive in from the air-
had steel thermometers ituck in u.lks. and Mr John Joint. i it ..long the broad arterial high
our mouths by a majestic nurse. uu\ Mr. Join.. iwinkliiiK- way, (tanked by bit; modem DM
accordance witr. tne Argentine's eyed, energetic ohSp with a nice lories, reminded ma of a sub
rafUlaUdna. sense of humour, presumably fell tropical Octal We I ltuad. The
Suudcnl>. a voice rang out over mat he had been the target of lillic Union Jacks ID the haber-
thc loudspeaker. "fsBO! MacCOU!" M n.uch cnticinn from tne dashers' windows mean that the
, tr.i-rmom- Argcniiri" men that ti< vale are proudly
Mar, i roM and muMd into tha more useful it be tared otf-itaaa Kngic-rsh," and people *mi Uke
immigration offtce, trailed by LM ilehmd u)l the double-talk and to shop at the local Harroda.
: Ui>w-tiavel insisti-iiiv on the cordiality ot the And they just could not gel
tin. Why. they doubtless wonder- atmosphere, hfijt what is the through the local Soccer season
ed. had I Ik-cii called lirvt of the pOStl..... '
loci
A hi. ii/.,i M.ung man with a Weil, the Argeniuies would liko
Hack mousiiichc greeted me genl '<> be P-'"' "" '"' ,tirir mal
illy. I rearHi the Argcnlln- in coal. oil. Steel
Foreign Ofnte." he explained I -in fact, all the things thai
hope lhat you have had a most everyone is short of.
enjoyable trip and thai your slay -So far the lalfc. have produced
DM 1.1 Will he of Hie most pleasant." nothing- except a llltle drft
He flipped his fingers at the :hadow boxing I'erhaps tluJ
immigralion officials. "Are the week the
formalities complete?" Bowinj.. lead lo the hatching of some sort
they passed me through In "U econ<
reconds rial
without English
wan aul ban t
the ij. sea
refs yei '
in the Customs shed my FoMrifln
Oflicc friendhis first name was
Jorgesaid: It would be a
pleasure to drive you into town,
if I may. Just tell me anything
you wanl. I am here lo help you.
1 was on holiday, but I have re-
be of service to you."
In (In- nearly quarter of a
century that I have knocked about
the ararM ai a reporter. I can
count nn the lingertips of one
hand the1 number presentatives who have seen (it
to give ma "ii oflUnal greeting in
a new country.
When Sir John Balfour. Iba
British Ambassador, left huenos
Aires nol long ago ul Jlie and of
term there was not a single
Argci tine official to see him off.
Ilnt.iiif ihplom itii ! pn cnt;i -
rt is (snored by their Foreign
Office, which now welcomes the
Daily Expires* What Is going on"
answer i interesting And It
may haea ;i bearing on that meat
ill hnve been waiting for
A Change
Suddenly, about u fortnight ago.
there was a sharp change in the
Silllical atmosphere as far as the
ritish here were conearnadL
Smiles ippaared where before-
mil. aloof frowns. Or
lures of friemilincss were made
Ami thai iimv well mean Ui n
Ihe Argentine is .i anxioilh ;i- ;vi'
are to aee the proem talk i
result Ir. an agreement that will
put the meal back on your
plai \i.ii. believe me* there u.
plentyq' 't waiting to COTM1
You pretty well have to run
f.nd hid' from the slenks in this
UMTS] 1 have had beef in ;,ll III
lorni* iiigcd upon me at evei y
meal except breakfast. It all
culminated at dinner Umtfljht
with a "Raby lieef" which would
have sated three austerity
i Britons.
It looked as though they v. < N
mtviiii! up an entire steer, having
i H |uai loiin enough In clip
off its e^rs for the sake ol bdl
nesa. The coat? Half a crown
Lots of good red wine lo. wash
it down. too.
Coal, Please
And what sf Mr. Joint, his
Majesty'* Minister in Chana- of
Conimarclal Affoira at our Em-
bassy here"1 Well, the iih.i had
disappeared from your tabhM
and the .Joint is out of the lime
light here. too.
Many people thought lint thii
Yes, I Go
Hello, there goes my telephone
Well, it was my friend Jorge
from the Foreign Office Hi tell
s^TaVSUt.'S
* Norih Americanos on a track
near lure, and would 1 like to *n
itehl
In the words of lhat once
famous advertisement"Where1
Jorge "' Answer: Gone lo the
Meanwhile, you catch endless races. And wherc's MacColl "
nostalgic glimpses of the old-time AjMwai British i'. thll hustling Viva Anglo.Argentin.an cordiality.
city of 4.000.000 men and women. L F..S.
nstlc.
body seems awfully opt:
Like Britain
hile. you catch endless
2.000 11.1a n f lleal 7.000 >lilrv Ahbt
|nif<* thr doltta Hie u Ih* Rtch Otau country .
berr llf oef of IHett neti cvmtt jroia Fw c
o' Bniatn tfravn (o the lamr <
BY THE WAY...
By Beachcomber
w:r pi
releases the combination. To go with the dog- discovered, and reported to Lady
spring fashion*, the ordinary collar and the wooden bowler I Cabstanleigh by a publisher's
man says: "Now what ahsurdm Would IllMUti subject lo correc- nark that a novelist's tout had
en prepared this uine?" lion from Messrs Dior and Fath. collected many bottles In a i-.r t.i:
Out o( acres two remarkable ideas. mada Ol woven MBWeed and a dow to a confederate bakrW. The
backless sideless cardboard run- momem it was known that
The flrat b) Ivosvler made of ian" vest with moleskin cuffs, and Ihere was no more drink there
wood. I should think it will tafcu I beatn Of shredrieil serge pinued was a rush lo get out and go on
verj BllfgeUvc woman to get to each elbow. to some other gathering. In the
that. the second.
which i^ saut lo be a "Chelsea
Idea," i a diig-.iillar. Vith a lead
hanging from the collar to the
waist. Combine the Iwo. and you
have something striking for the
M of a ploy. Not every
woman i-ould carry off Mich ,i
rush Itunamok was knocked dowi
end trodden on, two reviewers
missed their watches, and a wo-
VF.RYllODY who Is nobody man novelist had her bag snatch-
emed to be at Lady Cab- ed by her publisher. Hi excused
stonlcmhs (ocktail iwrty yester- himself later by saying that, Ul
dny to moot Runamok. The drinks the confusion, he had mistaken
gave out unite soon, and it wa. her (or some other firm's novelist
Lilvriuy CtH'ktuil Party
Ev
Ol ii m vm us s\\
I'nuuiry .|rf
To The EdUor, Th>- Adeocate
SIR,I notice that opposition
through the medium of the press
nae been given lo the decision
'.i Iba Legl latrve Couth II to send
lor consideration i i
Committee Ihe Bill to amend the
ion of Inquiry Act
Objection to the Council's
action seems lo be based
very erroneous eunccptlon of Ihe
function or the majority ln a
democracy One eai
'he writer who says that Ihe will
10 majority must
: rlnerpte; i>vit rhaa he adds
Wtkataver the biltn and doc-
trine oi the majority ..i t^.- eject-
ed" he is clearly not
ing democratic principle Politi-
cal democracy certainly
'hat C 'iitrol must
lie in the ]- untv;
-.
s not
iule. but right
r, but Justice Bm\
essence, the fuiulamenlal doc-
tent the righls not the privi-
legesbut the rights of the
minority are safeguarded and
guaranteed.
To ar.nie the absolute right of
Ihe majiriiy in every Issue, is
to jufcliiy crime By this doc-
becauso the majoritv of
Whites In the United States South
hale Negroes, therefore Ihe
< Ung of Negroes is right. It
IS the will of the White majority.
The acceptance of Ihis dangerous
fallacy about majority rule, Is
preparation for the eUft>jwaeaVan
I rights of the minority.
especially that most important
Its in ii democracy. Ihe In-
dividual.
vita] duty of o democracy
1 ih< .. ignition of cart dn fun-
nd inalienable rights
which are not dependent and
n e v e i can be dependent In
ipon the will of what
party happens to be in power. No
World of de-
mocracv must be able lo pre-
ress of the majority;
but no majority ua the World
of democrac> mUs,t have the
power to dii .. not
the privileges- but the rights of
Orltj n* lie of law. not
the "Opinion*' ol
is essential to the preservation
of such rights.
All ihe sophistry about new
funds not being under the con-
trol of the Treasury, does not
alter 'he importance of refusing
to nive any Ooni nmciit. even If
it had a Parliamentary majority
(which ours have not) such a
sweeping power as ordering on
enqtlir] which "in the "OD,inion"
of the (lovernor-iii-Kxccutivc
Committee is in the public inter-
est "
This assumes two things about
the Executive Committee that
cannot in any circumstance be
possibly justified. That it will al-
u.ivs be a socially responsible
lusdy or alternatively, an all
wise body. No C.ovei nor-in-Exe-
cutlve Committee can be all wise;
and it is certain that under a
system of domocracv. and <]>ei*i-
. -ficially W-v- Indian democracy.
a majority may throw up U
f\Kecui;v.> ivr- .,. pec '' I
be wholl.' a: l j.ingeruusly Ir-
responsible II the Leg]
Council is not to be u brake on
thai '
tenee is upCffl
of the Leg-
islative Council realise that when
they
the
the Council of fear
reason fur its objectioi
lo the amended Bill, that fear Is
:i very worthy and legirimatu
reason on which to oppose the
suggested legislation. Fear in-
deed in this isue is the onlv
legitimate sentiment. Fear of
Mibjecting an important power
l Ihe Opinion of the Execu-
tive only Could there lie sounri-
r raaaan for fear People have
reason to fear Almighty Got.
Should they not fear the creation
or an Almighty Executive.
The legislative Council should
have thrown out Oils Amendment
'.,. the Commission of Enqulrv
Act without hesitation Depend-
ence upon Ihe "Opinion" of the
Executive in such a vital matter
unrealistic us to be dubbed
"ignorance".
Democracy i; not Ilm.aene.1
liv "ism'1 It is jroperdlred by
who live under it without
B Latlng that il is incom-
': the moel worsdarfu] doe-
\ i by man for the
fulfilment of his destiny on this

V I VAUCHAN

March 16, 1951
Central Meal DepotI
IT is generally considered that increased
quantities of fresh milk would be consumed
locally if it were available. Until recently, a
arge proportion ol the fresh milk was pro-
duced in town dairies where production costs
are necessarily high. At most of these dairies
almost all feeding stuffs have to be purchased
and the prices paid for green fodders are pro-
hibitive; periods of fodder shcrtage occur
regularly; labour problems are almost
always present and the manure produced is
quite frequently a source of expense rather
than income owing to the necessity for rapid
disposal. Most of these difficulties would be
resolved if milk were produced on the plan-
tations and small-holdings as part of the
general agricultural practice. The CentraF
Livestock Station was largely planned and
established with this object in view; investi-
gations are being undertaken there with the
object of producing better stock and higher
yielding fodder crops of better composition
and of finding the best methods of conserving
these crops for use during times of green
fodder scarcity. A large number of landown-
ers have shown much practical interest in
this work, and several dairy herds have
already been established ort the plantations.
The greatest difficulty visualised by the
prospective dairy farmer is the disposal "of
ihe milk. Although many landowners are pre-
pared to keep dairy cows for the production
of* milk and manure, they are not prepared to
organise and administer a retail distribution-
There seems little doubt that, the only way
in which an increased production of fresh
milk on the plantations and small-holdings
can be stimulated, will be by the setting up
of a Central Creamery to which milk can be
sent for processing and from which delivery
to the consumer can be organised. The pres-
ent retail distribution of milk has no central
organisation and it is usual to find several
dairies making deliveries in the same dis-
tricts; this leads to unnecessary duplication
and expense. The Central Milk Depot, which
will be equipped as a pasteurising plant, w
be in a position to supply clean unadulter-
ated milk. The pasteurisation and refrigera-
tion of fresh milk will improve the keeping
qualities of fresh milk and encourage
greater consumption. At the present time.
almost all consumers boil their milk after
receiving it and it must be noted that the
adulteration of mill- is not uncommon.
'RESENT PRICES OF MILK
There seems little doubt that by increasing
the yield of the individual cow, and by more
economic methods of producing green fod-
der, the present price of fresh milk could be
reduced. Most of the concentrated feeding
stuff* have to be imported but. it is hoped
that by increasing the quantity and quality of
the green fodders and by growing more con-
centrated foods on the land, these imports
will be reduced. Investigations to this end
are being vigorously prosecuted at the Cen-
tral Livestock Station. The retail price of
milk is officially controlled under Defence
Regulations at lie. per pint in bottles and
9c. per pint delivered in bulk. Sweetened
condensed milk containing not less than 8'.
butter fat. retails at 24c per 14-oz. tin.
CENTRAL MILK DEPOT
The estimated cost of establishing a Cen-
tral Milk Depot at which 5.000 gallons of milk
can be pasteurised per day and at which sur-
plus milk can be converted into butter and
separated milk has been drawn up. The
figures for the plant were obtained from the
Aluminium Plant and Vessel Company Lim-
ited, and the estimate for building, installa-
tion of machinery, land, bans and contingen-
cies has been made locally. These estimated
capital costs amount to 60,000.
The pasteurising plant is of the latest HT.
ST. type and the capacity can be readily in-
creased by adding extra plates which can be
operated from the existing control panel. As
stated in paragraph 7. the 1946 island produc-
tion of milk was estimaled at rather more
than 4.000 gallons of milk per day. but this
ligure gives the low annual average yield par
cow of 280 gallons. It is confident!-- ex-
pected that, with the establishment of a Cen-
tral Creamery, the production of milk will
speedily increase as more and better stock
become available, better systems of feeding
and management are evolved and dairy herds
ore established on the plantations. An aver-
age consumption of one pint of milk per per-
son per day which can be regarded as an
ultimate target would require 25.000 gallons
of milk per day. In addition to milk consump-
tion, there is considerable demand for butter
and cheese which is far higher than the pre-
sent annual allocation of 240 tons butter and
48 tons cheese. It is also felt that the con-
sumption of ice cream would increase con-
siderably if a good quality article at a reason-
able price could be made available. When
surplus milk becomes available, the question
of installing plant for :he manufacture of ice
cream will be given consideration.
THE COST OK PROCESSING AND
DELIVERING MILK
The cost of processing milk at the Cream-
ery plus the cost of daily delivering to sub-
esp i ; estimated by the Aluminium Plant
tnd Vessel Company Limited for a 2 000 al-
'on per day "through-put" at 1 25 cents per
>int. No information is available as to the
-ost of operating a Creamery under local
onditions. but i tentative estimate of pro-
ind delivering costs on the basis of a
put" of 2.000 gallons of milk per
lay amounts to 1 29 cents per pint
ADVOCATE
\on i;
W ill Our Customers picas')- Note
that We will not be seen for Bus-
iness on SATURDAY. 24th March
1951, and arrange their Shopping
accordingly.
WILKINSON A HAVNRS Co.. Ltd.
Hureeuon To
C.S. PITCHER & CO.
'hones : M72. 4M7.
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TUESDAY, MARCH M, i3i
HVRRADOS WIVOCATE
r\(.i nvi:
$5,654,507 VOTED FOR 1951-52 ESTIMATES
Reece Asks Grant
For R. C. Ch u rch
C. I l ..I. i. MN
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY vesterday continued discus- doin* <^ *'* '" he rommun-
sion of the Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure, passing ">' Hr *v ,hf ^ nould **
Church Baby Welfare League as < .11 ,-oMible, so
Hr laid thai organisations men as thai in the event of having logei
thai were doing good work and qualified man fun attend, it
they should be given more assist- would be with ihe understanding
ance from the Government He lf,"< would only be for j limited
ipoke of the Y W C A and the "" Meanwhile the local Maf>
*ild be trained to be able m

Bra.irkn
Highways and Transport Depart-
ment) similar to tnat used, say, by
tna lesepnone and nactfat loiu-
t mm, uuuead ol ine payment ot
:'. sjieerenea ai Awes cent
mile.
\it Bryan also .uiutacd the
Head ol tnc Urpaitnur.
appoint an Inspector of Hign-
inclu
and Expenditure, passing ^-.SS^'JZJZTh^ -- i-,w, much ago.,,,, S- ',.,,' n '.YT panic
< Total amount passed to .^Government "*
fiom Head 27 to Head 4
Jilt.-is J5.6M.507. H-- mm glad
Heads passed yesterday were: practice al the public abaluir. of organisations were being reeog-
Charges of Debt $158,160; Sub- allowing animals to witness the nised.
Sidles and Grant* 920H.523; Mis- Ueath ol others He thougnt ittis Referring to tourism, he said
ccllaneous Services $285,720 mmhikI ue .ovpeu Ik Uuued .fie that he wanted to see -II those
worst the Saivation Army was ao- interested in tourism get together WOu
mg and saul that in his opinion and dev.se means of adverti.uiK J^JSatmTS^nL^LJSt
time nMuiminaiinn iHmiin K- -..,... lhl_ ....,..,, .,!-- w. ,..,. .* 5 '*'"* a*mion lo me films which
island He did not wr Qf an educational val
Income Tax and Death Dutlei
$201,645; Labour Departmcni
9126.417, Department of Highways
and Transoort $6211.020; Airport
$44,466: Electric Inspector $17,003:
Htu-ir.fc Board 111,140; Peasant
agnlnal the quallt) ti..
art I ftnoun d faq
istlngulshed men win
4MI Id much belter fill eertail
posts.
Miller (Lt said that ha
this denomination should be
I ruion by uoveriimeiii.
-. ii \ I'-aiiu it;) (...-.
tnc item "UpKeep of
Loj>. Bank $24,594; Old Age Pen- "'fhways, said that the large
4475.000. Waterworks mount of traftlc on the m
eggl Ml Social Welfare $2,756.
last
Tho Hcuse sits again to-da.
4 no p.m.
HEAD J7 Ch.ni?. C ]),,i
for wiioh the gun c.f $158,160
was a*kcd to be voted, was
paiaed without coma I
Under the Head Sul
C.i.mt- Mr 0 T Adder made an appeal for further
assistance for blind persona and
mcnUocied Dial an Address Initi-
aled by lurn in the House some
time ago had been passed to thr
efteci
Of the Salvation Army, he sa d r
that of all the religious .imc,,.,,: " parishes was choapei
aUons in the island, this wa. " hw opinion just as goon
definitely doing remarkable work. Incapable
... Litotge duurg um
nree years. coupled WIUI T^* M,d lna\,nc Roman t**
unusually neavy rain* |n *"*"' wen not con-
February last, nad put these *dered heeauat they did not came
roads in a very bad condition. unot'r UW Education iMp
ine constant deterioration <>r He WttS advocating tnat tney be
mese roads and ine tack oi money given consideration m the luiun
to put 1MB la ordeC was becom- Mr. Rranrker it') said lhat he
ing one ol tne largest problem:. "! neard tne Hon. Junior Mem-
the island
think lhat everything should he
lefl l.i the Government.
Roman La.holies
Dealing with Hem 3) of Head .ill the people eve* if Government
XXVliIKomaii Catholic (.'hi.icii naii < subsidise funds
Mi "
hild
tier's appeal to Ine Government
Wnen one looked at the amount for help lor the Q I U Ha i ku'. uic ConVpaTn
LSTSS 1?.* Dy I"'*'" "?y "y ." lht 'l ";" ""'ll scho,*,B "'' s'"(1 ,hi" I'""'1"" ^lil" ,,u"1 Programme of wc
*ays and transport and comunr- not concentrating on their pri-
ed it witn tne parisn of bt George
tirf-i proved hiinsrlf
c- ,l(t hut
> e remedied.
Mr M..|.p 11 |
1 lyaii latter remarks and went
i to speak of the constuctiou of
Inch temporary bridges in St Andrew
An Ha *aid the quality of that work
nstance of the help of such films left much to be da
vas "Bob and Sally" He thought Mr H ,.-, ,Vr" ,l.,,
?.*!i^L2r*?)?5!-!= 5 -> m ,n,n , Z '*U,
^ roads. Continuing he
Ullei ihuught*. too That H> t;ov"r,mpm **** "k
I of 16 Should be illowed "** Jf"" lm'
-. the p.. uire and iebS m-ctomunng ol roads, water
btldren d u..- upper forms ",,w r-n ',"1 in nu'"> "' lhc *"
Mr. Alldrr il.l |M lhal -ine 's'"lg *"> but "" ,h'
airangeincm should ba mad.- with lanrasants. making both
the .minorities so that the picture "* lai,d and the house on it.
could be shown about the country i'l'nost uninhabitable
dattrictfl by (hp mobile cinema. Mr. Reece also said lhat the
It was time, he saia, lhat Gov- Oovarnmeal should ask the Tele-
lea to
parents plan their programme of work so
log difficult? hi gelling thai one would not dig up a road
w\^l!!! ^n*,1 1,&I, r;T. n".ry luncl,T; ,hal V- r,lU"rjl ,hcil ^ V***** and QoZ and put 11 back in a month and
m m^,h^?rJ '.,r? *, *"d iOCUl uPWlmem- bul ralhl,r ernmenl could get such schools, have the other company duuinaT
In The House
Yesterday
i . i: ... i g m fen
and n< (rum HfM .;
luolvr o lh CoiMilal
ITk*l vnltiita1
I IB HMO *
r.lim.tri I..
at.
nM
gasa
.....c ,.
Adam.. U>d Ihf I
aiiinl l>i Ihr Oovi
M t'r.
Kinsdoni undvi lha ptmia
Colonial Dcrvclaf>ntnl >nd Wrlfair A
to* Ih* pc.rl.cd rndad i>" 1'.
ctnbr ISM. in -r.r--. ..f Um- ^-.n
'i-'i.cmj tcv ihr Irai^Mlicii
Wfl Ic
1 ,,,,,,
Mr ASHM ... a ......
> "' >' ! p.ibic Tug
apcamcprlcalv ;h uncc for in# wr> ,IT
> .hi l!>r )UI da> H Male
M
Additi
nly throwUig out those remarks own.
s a warning lo tnat organisation. It had lieen said, thai the plan-
Dr. Cummins (L) said thai it lation section of Seawell was not
paying concern He would re-
commend that it be leafed or
ta ba worked on .1
; co-operative lm*is by small farm-
p lh same road soon
Mr Miller tl.l Mated Qoveni-
m rep the Idea ol 1 *i
I rate brMgei In tha counU1) di-
tilcts, and to use metal brldgei
II .ii-.il
>.r Adam. (LI Mid lhal it w
the duty of honourable memben
ill on lhc Government to re-
lic was dotut
tnc Government will go into them
when application is made. Tnc
Y.M C.A's application to the
Government for assistance was
1 the Secretarial, he said.
Their activities included the pro- The Highways and Transport was the policy ol the Govenmien:
vision of a night shelter for men Department had admitted that with regards to the Highwav
and women and this was the they were incapable of handling Commissioners not to give then
means of preventing a large num- any more work, and he thought any money to play about with 01
her from sleeping on sidewalks, lhat must have been the reason they had been doing before. He
If the grant of $720 was increase*!, why tne Government this year said that the Government intended
It would help them to extend the 1 had been advised to Ret estimate-, i0 take strict supervision of money
usefulness to the community to of the nctual work to be under- t0 he spent in parishes With re-
a greater **" *> by the parishes sent in by gar(fslo organisnt.ons. he said thai
W.- K t<> Hh Hem "Imperial War Grove* Mr. Dowding went on lo draw-
Corn mission" for which $710 was attention to the note in reference
to be voted, and said that he to the item under discussion. Af-
would like lo know how this con Ur the amounts allocated by la
tributlon was computed. II. did Ine note stated in part ; "Pui
not think that Barbados had so ther expenditure from this item
many war dead
upon lo make such a contr hullrtn the Governorin-Executivp Com-
id tee on submission bj Highway atlons were made lo the Govern- With tho inereiiM-o Commissioners of detailed pro- mcnl "king that that age be re- he knew tnat middle elagd people \\v wU su,p ,iiai oelthet Mr
frr lhc year 195152 viewed. He said that the age who had children and were called Harn-. nor M. Mmett woiilt
This year, -aid Mr. Dowding. will be reviewed. upon to pay income tax felt lliis lhai]k hooourablO members I
was o big one In view of the fact Mr. Adams 11.) said lhal it alloWMiic. iflicienl.
the elections would be taking might be necessary to add the In Other COMlUM in the West
maintenance of a District Nure- i-laco later. O.i this matter of sum $10,000 to Item 40 of Head Indies, it was much greater. He
Ulff Centre, Mr Mapp said that he money for :he repair of the roads XXVIII-1I W I Meteorological knew lhat the Opposition coiiln
would like to know when Uw hi was wondering what the Services. not ** gj ,n'"'ne Tx '"
eenUc would be established. Hi amount would be lhat the Gov- He sold thai he had noticed on <" "u
understood that it was to be at- ernor-in-Exeeutivc C o m m i t t e e interview in ihe press from the "oul(l '*'
..ould g^ve to the parish of St Commissioner of Police inslnuot- Ul>-
Mr. Mapp (L) ud lhat Hie
Hiil.vh Gcivcitmiinl should con- move
sider allowing eelotllela to Inun wrong.
aboard war siups Honourable nwrnbera would 1m
Wiiiiei Tins head new item was ,|.(ing wiong If thev got up am
i1,. H S16.000 and $500 was added lo Administration was doing an in-
item 52. a.-. juatlee to pertkulu Individual
.. L^l,U M,'"-Ut UTT\ 7*\ Mr' w" * mmnberg -
l_ U. Mottle? said lhat he had "
He would like to see the figure
reduced to $300 as was the
in 194840.
Of Ihe item "Barbados Nurses'
Association" of which $2,327
askod to be voted to assist in the
lie ,d th.l bind poo, p.0,,1.- ",d,;TT, ",u Ic^l hraurl :''' "'" l'-""1"*"-11' """""'
n-Executive Com Acl al lh* a*" of 40 Recommend- which was given for children l",,U ,p|nn*
ii particular individual a Job
tached to the Nurses' Centre in
Bridgetown. The Nurses' Associa- George
charge on the Tri
. .
month w.i
Ml ll Uiey had said. A CWi
had .i pciiiMi light lo g'
to a politician mi behall of hi;
Mm m groocp, bul >i
to come along and say he ihouU
be chief postman of a parlieiil.n
parish would be more stupidity
-*-- 1hat $20 month wns not an honourabli- memlieiv wante.
r-aaSS^agnaatt mad- b" >nount in keeping with lh* ,n- '" help their friends, it would b.
. Herald that It^aa^ut of aeaeed coat os'ilvnv'or 0e allow-belter for them to keep iheii
id that ihe fhet place for iiu- bead of any Govern- wee '"'' biW"'" mpeciolly at pwutha shut
the Commissioners of all n.cnt IVpailmcnt lo cnlicisc ihe
parishes hod nothing on Government saying that they
hieh to crcntc a programme was could not gel so and so done.
Dtrytng him. 1-asl year, he said. No civij servant, he said, could
ii Ii perl-.h knew that il was loll the Government what policy
lantcd so much money. they should follow. What might
The work of repairs to roads have been Hue in the past that
The sum of $209,523 was voted la:
tion had been itarted in Bridge-
town and he supposed that mod under the Head
of its services would be conllued Ml Dowding
-i. i ne.i He h< pod, however, '""'
that Ihe Government would see
its way lo encourage the Associ-
ation to extend its services to the
rural areas, especially in tboso
parishes where there were no
dlatrh I nurses.
Mr. Mapp referred to n Reso- .
lution which had .....n ...o:s.-i .,t 'f10.. unAu
the receni Public Heali! Offleei ... .! C.
Cnnfcrcnce lie said thai accord-
ishlng cnlicisms ot Coionimcnt
In it, and betrayed an astonlsh-
Mr. Gill il'.l drew lo Govern
were at unlverslUi men1 athmtlon the state e
He was glad that ot lost ihe disrepair of Ihe roads in SI. An
Leader of the H0UN had pronnsed drew like- Baring Vale, Cane (i.n
him thai Government would go den Road, si Simon's which wg
into it. He would say no more, broken in two places and l.....iv
* ut hoped that hi. peratateni al 1-ahee, the worst of .di
. z&Jssi tr^........o, ^^S^T^Z
IMd UN Mr. J K T m.o.k" lepali .
'. U-en able
lid.
nuke ;
n^7%n'^Z w wh.ch was" made to rnamod rnwil to give them
was expending h rge |(. JW (.omidtr#d fUi raspcet.
ney on Governmen SETmclenl for a married Wl '.P0?",'1 ? 'I"
Barbados should get m.(n and $80 no, pnonl0t ,or he fell lhat it should
ul i coil get ihein out
appealing lo Govern
m me aid in
programme. Hums of money
printing and Barnaoos snouio g'i _.
ing slale of affairs The wording .>< tnat "* .***g.-g* ."Government prinlery Other ,inK,e'mon He tnough, lhat lnps
* Ifked the Government to give the |,lands in the West Indies hod exr"mpllol,s should be mrreose<
Road Commissioners some figure-. such printerles
part, he said, slaleo that the
delegate? regarded with
and dismay the lethargy display
ed by the Barbados Government,
etc This was very '; iftii Pill
cism of Government, and veord-
ing lo the re|>ort the meeting was
Lake Road
ild be i
and a new road should bt
(milt for the benefit of the lUtTef
c public of the parish
Boxing Finals
With a view lo sending a boxini.
am to Trinidad for the Carib-
bean Boxing Tournament the Bar-
bados Amateur Boxing Associa-
tion held then finals at the
Modern High School last night
Apait from these a delightful
exhibition was given BatWOQII K;.
ll.di.li an) Al Mauler.
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frat*.! F OtWUMM US ll. ch) B..,|.
H Gillrm 110 lb. won b. T K i>
Jo Cuiiins t* lb. Sjaauni iia. ,.-
IJi lb- .l.-fralrcl Uoi.ait RHbaid. HT
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HuOun Inniu lit lb. drlralr.1 Patur
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alarm Bo"d CommlMionrs son... Ilurc- such ,,r|nlcrlo< and were sur- nu. , 0k co, , i.vlnic 1110 public of Ihe panih
.,.b,v. " ""<< Ihey roulcl work_ There -ari , hc,r ,h ^^^ ^ E ^ W.Ko.k under Hen. , ,,.,,
Jnenl. were occn>ions In iho DMt when , hpart ln ,,, ,hln|I, nl., . ,,,,. rln sh(|U,d ,. i....."* OJII M h
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shut down work on roads be-
cause there was no mone;
iiii in me ini'iii me niei'iiiti; nui .!___ _____________~- > >i"-"r
nl the Houko would have been ,ocJ;inV0;,
able to set the minds ol his col-
leagues at ease on lhat mutter
Mr Braneker agreed
what the Honourable
Medical Services. Furthermore
> r and the Senior Medi-
cs! Officer .! Health Dr. F. N.
Graniiuin. had been I feed
present this Resolution to His
Excellency.
Mr. Mapp laid: If Civil Ser-
vants from abroad are to be al-
lowed to come here and offer
grr-ws Brass, ,o s& 9&&'gjr&st,
prlntery
Mr. Hllklnaan IE) said tiial an loxuli
that Head was was not
runn lie had been a child.
reduction Mr. J
Adam* il.i aald '!"'-
ipeaklnK Ofl Head 32. Departn>
thev had been investigating whai "< tllghwaya ndTransporl
' wuw be to i to"** KiScas ;:: :
i a* Vn ZH rrr^'.i 'A.nchnvn emp|..ve.i hi the High
l T nrancker (C
-'- ew->a*MrT!-Ht 32822 !"&tX
ilv lhat ,
plant might come Into
had to be out in Ihe weathe
without any prnlecUon.
)lt did BOt lOe why the Ik-part-
lc| net erect some hull lo
be ti ,ins|M>rted from one place to
Ihe other In order to proti I th> i
piople frnm the wealhei
The head /ai evenluoll> pas*
stale we are coming. We are nc
golnc ahead when we can allov
public servants to join in crili
cism like this.-
Masters r Servant;
Certain bon members ev
Ihe Opposition had from til
lime said lhat some Civil Bel
who came here regarded
Member for SI. Ceorne had In ;iy mai a pi.n. mum come in," ......, W|.......
y In conneelion wllh Head IX. Ibe markel which lhc Govern- .un,| r ,,, ..,,. , , .,!, ,. ,, ... ,. XXX|V E1lrl
Snnkccw of lhc Y.M.CA.. he rnenl mulhl be able lo buy al a ,,. hrftj. chance lo ., lo ,,',,., '., "u.,.\,,lc ,''"',
M lhal lhat orBanlsallim w. .mailer rale lhan normal erickel or races wlthou! delrlm. nl ',. '., k _ '-JXT *"
He .aid lhal Ihe uo..l,n ol , ,,. ,..- ,,,vel.,|.-. Ihe ...m, r,' ; ,u .,,
Blniiiii Civil knall WU WU DM ITU. of ..,.........''"' .'.'., i.
number of yeom. He fell that cnnaKii.ii the attention of Govern- une*tal.li*hed staff at the Depart ,;*. ,.., ,!?! .,* *', ',' '".
* now that Ihe Y.MC.A. ha. been menc for ,omellmc Long before m. nl ..( Hllhw.yl and Transport. C *m.. ' ,.,' ,,, ,,,,.
emoved lo new premise., that Con.mlloner Adam, rame here Where Ihf. .I.ff wa> coneCTnal, SaK^ina ^]&ow^IhM See
ould c,.t more moneyfor J_U there w an up.ure lhat Bar- Mr^ Branckor ^.^ih. < %*-. *,,,!,,.....nl ... ..-.cored for.
rnenl should r< i
nuneratlon given In ihe key seal
An adetiuate increase in thai sea
la meet tho Inenoae In the eo
of living was needed
Referring lo pmish roads. M
upkeep He was suggesting that hadions should have the first
the Government give on increase chance of Riling every post.
in the grant to lhat organisation. t<_,. that of the Go,.crno|.
Mr. heeee (El agreed with ihe Coionlai Secretary.
Hon. Junior Member for St A ltsi nf-d ^g*,,, mStje for
selves as the niastcrs and not [ha George that the Commissioners of Colonial Office of the number of Bianckcr urgiif Governmenl
servants of the Government. He lhc various parishes ^lould be told Barbadians in the Colonial Service 'J^ nc" i^lo.n of having a man
did not know ir the offleera men- by lhe Government how much ond lhe ni|mbcr of En|(llshmc J"^[ *f\" those roads* on be
lioned had presented the BMOlu- money Ihey would be granted so In Barbados. It wa. Surprising half of lhe Clovei nmeut a the
lien to lhe Governor, bat it was .. ,hev can m-k<- their pro- how many uarbadlnns had gone slafT of UM lonsinu- ,,;,,nme. to posts outside of a man on contract from month
Although that was so, he said. Thf. p^. w$s marto ,ha| , ( month, and not knowing h.
th. i canmissloners should realise was lhc (H(|Jt>. of th(l Co|onieJ ,nucn longer hi* tervlces wot
Ihot Ihey should submit at on offlrP to g(vp ,h(l slanders llrsi hp "l"!!^*1: ,^ ,
early time, the lists ol recom- n ,n . Mr Ward (F.) spoke , I
mendaon,.,o ,he_ Governor-^ l^rBXS = U #-# SJ-J8WT
In tin
inlerest or thi
cf which they were
lemed to boost sa much, that some
inquiry should be made as to
whether Of not they had done so
This thing was on affront to the
Government and he hoped they jfjceeutive CommllteO
vmild not allow the mailer hi
die.
Mr F E. Mlllr.- il.) referrini'
to the hem "Barbedoi Brenetv
S |.C A." for which 720 was
asked lo be voted said that ho
wanted to draw lo the attention ,_.
Of Government lhal It did noi tenantry roads which were badly
appear lo him lhal this loco) , noed of repairs. He realised that
branch was really doing their )ob when ,, t..imc to prop*, i.
In the country' districts one saw lng. n took money, hut lie wo i
animals carrying huge loads and tno opinion that money spent in
limping and that was not expected that way was well spent
to exist In a civilized country. *,\r Reece referred to item 14
Mr. Miller also criticbred the under Hrtffl XXVIII Chi id
person suitable to fill the
they would go to the other
Indian Islands, and only us i
committee would have sumcicnl
lime lo consider them. He was
hoping lhal the Commissioner.
would make lhat Ihelr general
policy. Office, surely, hi
He said lhat in the porKh of 1(]. ||(v ;
Christ Church, there were nsnj Administration
mendations.
ed staff. Those pe kn asking
'*' for Ml Ii
Increase In
Id Ket ooma sails
factory explanation from the hon-
- mber for St Joseph, he
| t0 move lhat this vote
ed i-y ts.ooo.
Mr. Adama replying ;nd lh..t
1 the EaUmates Committee thej
me 1 the Dectric Inspector, who
aid the amount of sio.ooo oni>
l whai he
.van ted
They had reduced Ihe amount
Id trum $4O,u(>0 to 510.000 until he
ould i- i wade them thai the items
ur ;(>ked for were essential
They warn perfectl) satisfied
lhal the pn a nl amount was the
bare minimum l<.i dung the job
that lhal officer under lhe Ad wa-
resort gel Englishmen. If that the fact that the regular schedul
*. the iKilicj- of the Colonial wage of people ol thai i
c ba in private mploymenl
policy of lhe Mead of lhe lm i
making recom-
ol require I to have
rot r.t.v
.voir i mum
.1 t.oon SMOKE
at .i noon
Owing to duplicated shipment
we are offering . .
133 Cigarette. 20's and Ardath C. T. 10's and 20's at
eo*t price In original carton. o( 200 lor 1300.
; K PUTS 20M
NOTK. The prices are only until .lock, are reduce.! Every
Cigarette guaranteed Iresh or money refunded If not
Mil.'
KNIGHTS DRUG STORES.
Of course they could not lak-
an untrained man and make bin
a slatistleian
The Governmen' would come lo
task for more money than lhe>
| weir askiiiR for then, -o help then; .nent
I in making their training scheme pcrtation for
Ward aaid that where
l.,-r ( sat Hoad was com
he felt lhat Ihere wen n
. ther thtegsj more helpful to the
people that needed doing before
the East Coast Road was started.
Mr Bryan ol mi
vorkinen of 'he
l!c iked boneUraMe member*
to I ellOVe lhal the members of the
RgeeuUve and the I tlmah Con
r iitce started out with lhe nssump-
tain that the Electric Inspector
. .. king (ur ii>c. much Mid tne
. mount nxed COUld noi \>v reduce.!
'i\ further. In thai amount, pro
ii ado f'>i a I) C high
'nsion testing machine which wa*
squired to tcit the wiring >>f
icitorles.
The In ,
Black Magle In. \si.l ( h.e | SI 12
* IX 21 i.c-
(adhur>'a A--1. Che 5/- 9, boa
l .i Boxes of Krv's Choc
iii l 55 ea.
M. hiv Kavaurlte Candles <
91.02 91 IS box
Nestle'* Choc. | II III b
MatMa (oflee Choc Mint
Creams < >l 23 hn\
t.>' I'rinres* chm- 94r.
a 91 <'> box
9'ry's Chae \U .., .
box
Fry's I lair I Nut 1 h
3 91.71 box
Fry's llaiel Nut Chac .1
9. tin
Cadbur>'> Milk Tra> | I I
& 91 49 lm
Cadbuo's K.i-.. 3 9 A
9149 Un
Calburv'H Kerf Hoc | c
,\ si no gea
- ,11.d I'ranula 64c tin
Jamb- Cream C.-arkcis
91 94 tin
MrllK Kuyal rineess Assl
SI 95 bu\
Fanei His.uiis in <>u refca,
10c pk
Famy Biaeuilo In Airliihi
rms z,.ph
Hail i Srnlih ||g pk A
45v tin
Mental 34r pk A T0r lln
Kuyal S> .ten flhMlhlUll
0 SI 36 tin
\ Mars B.. Itr. ea
^ Creal Bars 19e ea
1 For Ihr BeM of
Jv "rIAHTEh E-fJOH"
^ > "(uiifeillonery '
^ Visit
BRUCE
WEATUEIHIAD |
LIMITED
Head nl Broad SI ^
N.V////,W/< I CHAMOIS LEATHERS GARDEN SHEARS
S.lrrUNl (JU.IiC'r.
Si.!:i A 99, l
N..I. I, <1 Mill HI.AOt.K
<>nl S'J. Ill |niir
^ JAI
COUNTER SCALES
OB'S PATTERNwllh Solid Bum I'an. Tare Bar and
5 Pole Kiamprd r.U r.r Imm-diale u-r and complete with
i \Vr,i;l.l.
9MJ4 mm*
| RANS0MES LAWN MOWERS
AKIU IMl IKilH MOHII.S
\ Bjggfj in (uu liesI2*and 11 in U
nun I nw'.i i ton
s:in.i; ... s i
V Ctmidelr rtllh l.ltA^N BttX
CAST-IRON PORCELAIN
ENAMELLED BATHS
Itl ( ( Wt.l I. \lt sllWI ". i> (\l Ml. ;
S ;:
i rir>li.ir o o
Mb NIU!.!M mm*
1_
I HARRISON'S HAT^rT I
JUST
IN
TIME
PEANUT HITTER......large .
ROUEHTSONS GINGER MAI1MAI.AIJEper bottle
GOLDEN SHRED MARMALADEoer bot.
DUTCH SLICED BEETROOT-per lln
. YOUNG FINE CARROTSper Cm
FRENCH MUSHROOMS cwr lm
SALAMI SAUSAGE. MOMTAUELLA 8AUBA0I BLICID
HAM SLICED BACON. CUT CHEESE. LUNCHEON
CHEESF
6V.
4r
M.
5e.
Me.

IMISI SI I l\ III I I.
18^ a bottli- $4.00 a Carton
M'c have recently opened a lovely sel of Tatlan Bags
ond Bella which go admirably together. The Bella are
made o( Lealher with Tartans inset and the Bag9 in
!ilferent size9, can be used tor shopping, beach, o: lo
I any lunch. Uaeful. taaty. fashionable, smart. "
CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. Ltd
10. 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET


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HAKHAlMIS AllVOC'ATI
TUESDAY. MARCH 21), 1931
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON

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MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
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feOi^o TO H
WITH AW PCO I'a
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THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
rRm3 ifl CttUE ON OTUER
OOCS.' iaaM.9DE OF MOUNTAIN'
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS


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BY ALEX RAYMOND
MH, e.Cl,TT-E,TISISAa_WcOVE CLEAN. ".
i\e nnn to kscw maw-rfC V ucoie.. |SU...WHBE DCOTOU IT
HiD THE MIIU2N jr*!
THE PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
sr
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WEU IIAIE TO)
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at ;. |....
BOADy*""
'<#.
_____SljLSJf I
W7/#-;\ INSURING
) OUR CAR . .
KtMtMBt.lt
National Employers Mutual
ir.M' fiionifr* in rpvottitiiinizin/t .
MOTOR CAR INSURANCE
For the benefit of the motoring public
and still afford the most reliable service
in every feature in this business
RATES & FULL PARTICULARS
AT YOUR DISPOSAL FROM-
A. S. BRYDEIS & SONS (B'doa) Ltd.
\vt:\rs.
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only
USUALLY NOW
POLAR ICING SUGAR
PKGS___________________36 .'.VA
QUAKER OATS
PKGS. (large)_______.......53 .46
RED ROSE TEA
\ PKGS. _._........_.....40 .:i.
USUALLY NOW
COCKTAIL CHERRIES
BOTTLES (Urge)______.......140 l.ltt
LAMB'S TONGUES
TIN_________________70 .00
GUAVA JELLY
BOTTLES________________________42 -IIO
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
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I

GOING TO CHURCH THIS
EASTER?
YOU'LL AEEH
A A -If
HYMN & PRAYER
BOOKS
II' hart' n limili'il Supply
ADVOCATE STATIONERY
i
'''t''*'*%'*'*%*,'Sr'SSr'f'r'St'r*.*Sr'S,','.','t-W^ '*
SEE! THY! THE WORLD'S
reatesl
siimil-rur iiiIih'!
The world'* mo*t wight
ftgf wall OH MA all the
l<-iurc of Bill car. Sean four within
wheelbne. Tnpnc derelops 1.7 hone-
power. Petrol lOMumpiino 35-40 m.le per
Jko. Tontoa-bM independent front-
htaltB>pB ti est rwd. 7-fjhK feet of luggage apace.
/v
FREIGHT
SERVICES
to and from
Regular Services
Save Time
From B'dM lo I Fljlni Iintr IFItfhta WMfeMUt Mm
BUMUDA
1JSBON
LOMDOM
Mii< llmr IFIiihla HrrklwKtlo Ram
> I I I Mia"
tt.M_hn. I 1 I {j
Atoo Con-t{ SfrTlrfa lo |h. wholr World.
MINOR
Bvy 10 pa'* Buj 10 Hri through traffic.
lly to garage. Choice of three body
ttyka, 4 door uloon. 2 door laJoon and
pnffmiUk. Mike a date now lor a
Jemonnration run in ibe world'* biggeit
tnwll car buy.
FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.
Phoat 2385 Sole Dillributort Phone 4504
ITS' FASTER By FAS BY SPF.EDB1RD.
Hook i'l'imjl. fi-ir lOCOl
B.O.A.C. Forirardino A who rnakra no charge for
advice, i-iformarlon or book- F f 1/ I) A I k*
,i0,^vrtnl?r",M'd ""tLY"DUAL
BRITISH OVERSEAS AIRWAYS CORPORATION
BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS LIMITED
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TIKSDAV. MARCH 20, l51
ItMtllMHIS UIVIH.MT
CLASSIFIED ADS. TKJ2S
7CHPH0NE 2501
Ackne/a-
noted 1 11
n Sunday)
Birth.. Marriage* Death*.
lodgment*, and In aUmoriani
II *> on **l<-da>. and II M ,
for any number ol word* up
.1 cent* per word on v*rl-d>'i and
4 m.(a pet oonl on Sunday* for eai -i
.dditmnnl word.
lor Bnth.. Marnw or EnSa*em*r,l
MnounwniaiM in Carl* Calli-ig ll-t
cheie* S3 Of tor any mi maw at worda
up lo 5* and ' rrnli per word fnr *.-rh
rdaifior.a) word. Trrrr. ca-n Jfo-vf (1*
u*i*-*., 130 nod pm. 311) tor Deala
N-llr*. ..:.: .
DIED
FOR
Mini-...-. #j
H .v. MttS
M ( taadaaji
IIK.VT
tree* Tl rr>U cmd
4. worda ore. M
>'d tceeh-4 r*a44 j
BOCBBB
MRt MMr .11 MIPIAM.
* place on Sunday at
i

A m i Wralhrrhrod.
.I'lMTttr-.Kl
IN MEMUK1AM
*o depart**
March !
Happ' -no

opt Wd wherrvei
T-. a be.. I
ha died a* >n. live
. .
Leave to mourn
faMMMdl Pi -i"K J'i
Mi rl~..r.l Juniibon
I'admore i nephew lit
ron SALE
kWfriJ Anndiiv
pc M)t Tl rli (i

t't'AKTOS-Cor. mueelea nucro*. t|u
Con alimentation *>. nM (
E panol-Telelono. 4111 1IJ M-tn
rtn#r SMMde roaaSgaao,
E..!h***i*. t.. app,.. .
and onaard turn. a I
cutlery optional. Dial 36* i
leg*
MARINF GARDENS -New BimnloW
J ben \.,th running water, built i
Wardrobe* and all modem coiwenienee*
l-ong lea** preferred Apply Mr. Pr*d.
nan. Hotel Royal. M3 M- i (n
NOTICE
room t-i utata
ROOMSNewly funtlahed room. ryri
JM atee- ,tri mni. Spam.li h'i
H-l "I" II3M -I
SBACROPT". rumuhrd Horn.. Max
CkrM CtwrMi At ..liable
In* month of April. Il For li
ArP*> Phone 3JS4. 11 3 il -3n
I'l Hi h SALES
t,r*k-da*t
AUTOMOTIVE
orklnf order Appu HFDMAN
TAYLOR'S UAKAGF LTD
143 51 -
El.ECTKICAI.
OMAIfUfMing Plant. 12 I
so amp-. *no Wfdts. with au
*pai*. A. Flamri a/ Co I'd
FURNITURE
"n e "Pol AT HRCKWIl!
TO-DAY .-. || 40..M,
lap M a il a. ,mU h<>u*>
13 x -hop Hi I. I,,
r.m. produce* $7 04 per M
to i*r quarter Land can be
CAMJ DM nil 01
IIAUMFFt
R archer tmtKMHtn
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
H t..flor* received. I u in .HI
ot: Thuraday End at the office <>( the.
tor Bub Co. Nelaon Hi ail
in dee aeven thousand mile* 'damag-il
accident. Sale ul 1 n rr leu-

PI OBIFSITrl.
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17!.Sl-lfi
LIVESTOCK
M .
HOTlHtS-l jc. OrMing "Lady-awm-
(Jim Ooekerjack e* Sugar I-advl un-
romed v. g*ldlng (Jim Gaiker)ack
ex Prince.* Stella' Apply- J K
Edward*. Telephone 2S.
n.S.nll.f.B.
MECHANICAL
i AHItlUl IIIKfcS
Icrculw. .silver Kim
LTD
I
RARNE1 .
303 31II n
CO
PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Limited
quantity of woild fainnu. Henna. Hatiy.
Swlaa made. Call early at K It llu...
A Co. Ltd.. Low" Broad Stieel
H.IJI -SB,
TYI'RURITTJI P..
MIKCEI.LANI Ol'S
niS In Porcelain Ennme
Bade. A. BARNES .<, Co.. Ud.
CVHTALS FITTINaS-
dow ilyllnl. Iiftll contt.
liriiperlr- II. K.'-l
BARNES A CO. ITU
1 lllTIIING
yen- cheap, latin-*
I worn tloinmii. ai
i
Ho Hutina. Hotel
auj.si in.
BHOI ISd IADV. I
of Itiark Indian 1
Model. V.O... i.r.,,
COAT In
Ihi
|>I% I14H
EttaiNE On
..l: \ MMI ll.i-l -,,i M. l-c, 4| .
*ph.ir Needle-. Mam EpTitUp
k up Arm- ..Man.- M'.i
MARKET STORE. Cheap-lde. Dial 4BTI
HOIHT DAYLITE MOVIE SCPXE*
] CJ". cood mder. Fill. Clti Pharmac*
IUJI Ltd
i staimf.s* ftfo. cit-
:.ERY W.timr a Kietime ~ went
aii'lrh. larnl.h. .lain or mM needi
In* will hamionirr v. i'ii ai.
iniile artllnc for anv aceauon lendlrui
rh.inn an I beaut* to your home
K T.hle OBf D~'rl 44e
I'eik* Table 54c De-een 4fc-
poora: Table S4 Deeri 4fc-
Tea J* Coffer 26c. I^tf *-
CAVE, SHEPHERD A CO. LTD
18.3.51-
VFNRTIAN' BIJNDS. Klrech Sun-
,11 PMtaJ DBtaOS Venetian blind., to >
lie* deliver' 3 week*. Dial
\ AoTMES A Co.. Lid.
11 1 SIt
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
Bv recommctidalioii. at LlufJlh Anf
-i Da>CrabI A Co. Lid*ehouee Cav.n
Uino II BAGS IT.OL'N Sal* II JO
o clock. Term. Ca*h
BRANKriR. TROTMAN A CO..
Aucliorirrni.
NOTICE IS HEKFJIY OTrl
aaraoru liaviruf M) .leht or flair
asaln^ the KMiU
Clarke, deeejard late of Hart'* Oaa
Ih* pa>h of ctirtai I
vjto died on the I
)* uilrelate. are reqtaestad lo Mud
particular* of Uiaaj .
to ihe nndet.4ne.| I
' aa a, utnT.ii,. -..
II Huh *,, p,.....
lor.- 'I- m d,.
witk-b date I .hall proreed t-> d..niM.
the aaen* of the t1rrraa*d amour t
partle. enlltked ihetei,. i..
only to aurh eUUna ot hi .
nave had nolle* aid 1 wfU i.ot be lul
lor the aawet* ot ai.v r.rt ttwrwol
. V llll* j.
or ruim I ihatl n..i ihrn have h,
notice
And all paraon* indebtetl la the tai
MUM ,ire raqimim t^ vr
u.oeotediie*. ill,.. |
Deled thia ITth da* ol I
THE Pl'ULU'
Qualified Ad-nml'lutor pi the Estate >
llgh Claronre Clorka
NOTICE
ivt-ie mi
WfXLlAM JOKDOf
Dai i
NotlM la hrrelx Bivc, ih. i n p#rw>i
having any debt or rUlm i.ton or after -
I Ihe e*UI* ot William Jorrron late I
Lpper Carlton In Ihe pariah of Sal- I
J.mn who died In ih.. Kl>il <>n II
fth day ol July l:Hl -.- hrlrl r
quired to arnd in portKuktta ..f III.'
rluim. duly ..Ur-leil ti> n.e I i
.. Haaari Hub I I fop n
field. SoIitil.ir>. laaw
Ikwii on or before the 13th .
ISSI, .lie. -1.1,1, ,,.
'i""l thr part:--. BfllRM ISlllll
having regurd u> n <
ori' of which 1 .hall 1*4*1
notice and that I .hall not be liable Ha
Ihe jMrta ao dMtrtlHited io nj- peram
of who*e debi 1 >hall m.1 hav bed
notice at the time ol aiM-h i
And all peranr* Indenled I
eatale are reqi.-.tert I., -111.- |h*H
wltho.il delay
hi* 5th dav oi Frbruary. Illl
E H. JORDUN,
Qi.nllfled Admlni.t.-tor "I
" Hair Jordon. di
-
\dvnauvr Will
Follow \<>n-l*arty
Foreign Policy
FKANKFI-KT. Mbi.h i:
Dr. Ki.ui.ki Aclt-niiuer W
lisncsaior wh.
I .^ L;Of,
i ; -itiij m .in ireV'- -

.1 I R*dj>M
incfdVoi icji
DrrmeciB'
Mid chief paim-i m ihe Gtrat^u
QwmnmmwA '"id si
i* Frrmkrun ni-.vspap
. IJ>3IEftWri
I II

I He aid iii u
MUlMr) pcniultfxl 1<
'he war.
laiEety bcrnust' ot nil i
kaUona wtlh ihe ASrt
High LVnuniwion
he hki
I Ws rn poww
.MAIph
aUSSUSB ./ Wat* Gei
full *..verr-iir .
requisitf to fn
r;hip will' .,,,,) I,
view Ihat German,
fhouid Hi prove I... -.-if 900*1
* .i- n
"I believa |hl
la ci

I
Ichumaii Plan. Aclt-rau 1
1, :.'rmin: -
1 111 Reiner.
NOTICE
BARBADOS
IN THk COL'HI Ol COM'
IN Hi. matter ol PLANT |
I IMITF.il
and
REAU ESTATE
HUNG ALOWNaw Oarden-. 3 bed
room*. every convenient* including
garden, water nuaply. A* now. E14M
M 447' lSaSI-l.ln

J.itnr. Street on Thur-
Marrh KM. ai 1 p.n-..
M i no* of land a
Pub* Read. H.i.h HoU.
together with ti-.o rtonevtali bungalo
v. the Hod
4th Avenue
I.:*
. rllon on
leaapl H
hetweci
For further partlrulai
,pi>i l.i
HUTCH aN*
in Ihe owne
Ihe hour, c
Mil,U.i.
.1 i .r..l,ll-i-
,i moat dniraOle properly VICTORIA
ir aeoaldr neor Worlhinga Po.t
. |u.i being thoroughly renovated
additional land added lo it. J
onu 1 with tunning water, dlmm
. drawing room. breakU.i r..m
,:.,! bath -i-.nli room,
i QM lor cooking. Meal
be occupied lminedlalel>
-i 00 lunher informalloi

ol Ih* Court of Cominoa
altviation or
l>i.>pi-ed lo be cflct-led
Ltk ,1. ....
paued ai an .
I
lie C'hiel Ju.Hr
PM* by Ih,-
REDS FORT/1 V
BASE
HONG KONG. March 11
! i.mac Hai.
man Island off the Chinese man-
laim into an Imporum imliU.iv
i to the cuna
rata and Ascni n

Communist China.
Ruiiia, luiiii" i mi.' wra '
venturs in i.
Padflc." had on Hafch i %eri a
raUnganl ol M
..mi tachaldana to (Url
bullriifig on airstrips, an-i nav.il
bases on the bland, ;i i
i
Reuter.
Spain'* ChaiHTs
Oi Joinint; Mluntic
racfl Leweiied
By Larcttona Strikez
LONDON. Marak 11
Bi-r.-i, n.. durinK '.ic n*I i>I living
:. n/iheneti
la BrttMi d
Quartern that u "Ottld iioi K1
deniraole to aJn.i'
of General Franco to the Atlantic
Faci
Pol
i" Conei. td Nation'
- i I i

cured hrmitirm Surnti Into Ailanln
'*.' i H on-
tlerotood lo havt- I
'
Government mitiiMri-
In the IfJSElSfflcal Held thr>
' 'ii.iiues ti
iiolu that I- be aiHi-Soviei i.- not
aaVatatt ion lo the Atlantic Pad
i
associauon f ujto^pamdi
pledsed to concept-, of political
ill toleranee
From the rnlliU
is doubted here ahSUksl BfMttiBfi
mllltarj tcnlribvilicm mhuui b ..
vary -ubainniiui ont
General Felipe Aced.
pointed Civil Governur of Barce-
lona and Gencial Rafael Mini,
was made aaSpSCt0r Oeneral of
ixilice forcci loll,,Am,

< markaSd tin ,-.
Barga ai<-> i
itp N ihi tim
rtrUte Rmter.
PAGE Vi \
Harbour Log
In Carlisle Bay
I- in V
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Rale* Of Exchange
BWIA
Wu red |iarl\
/CHICll. Mtmd.iv
IndvpsfKlsnl .1 ths Kramltn''
hag been lorninl here A moetme.
0| Bwia it.-,
unanlmt i ad to constttuts
i .iiimunKi Part]
Will prettnl Its 0WTI Its)

(pnnf lo-, the Uppei CI I
The 'u oraatuoAtlon whtcn
i |
ReaUr
< it.ir

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MAIL NOTICES
M i
retlug HI
l?lh ita> f Jar

iiar. INI, and b.i
ra>Uo
"Thai the provi-.-:
i .
. ..,
alteied lii addlrm a pal-. ..
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ma that at -
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I'M.I IK.Ill
IIAKIIMHIS M>\<>( \TI
TUESDAY, MARC II M, I'JSl
I a moose Outsails Cyclone
Wins Fifth Trial Run
ti\ Our \iirhtinu ( orrmpondenl)
>Y HOAO'S Vamoov had an extremeh
ful areejkand Apart from winning the "C" Class ra<* at the
i 01 Saturday hi n Ui tt*& to Carlisle Bay on
8 ind ind. with her ^nce and .speed. d '
Tornado trial run
0\ I III All III
i.
ii
jCxiuw and irpkji .hi
c* out on Sumfa> TiMn, 'in, Ir.vl H was flrSl i.f
-

at the hi-lm H> anted hri I mark Comlruj -round worn
megiuflifntly incl hi- jini^mrnt 'Cyrle-ne thit ll struck tik- nui
Ul tw-k:-,, wax food by *corln [ami droofVcl OUl bpB>*l 1
these Victoria Se. has -ol third then 1 lm ii.tr r faaaaa |
far. cJn" "lorif -Iswanara. 1u> twlund I-3i it I .
Mrfak of vu-' (already stopped Out
I Vrttam wm iii*-j Vmaaf k*'i>i up her lead anil
quaUtlt- I | ih' markjw.-.s fli*t ui-iintl th-woatrrn inrk
fT :h.- Harbour Pol iff pior in ihejin the lat round Zephyr .....
MTonrt round SJir dropped out of} second position all the lime tfi<

7*pt.'.
I hot iv
. l.-i.
(hi1 lllll
>.<. ould UVC been wruppeil b>
VlRHHKr
Mspfajr.
fine Day
It a> a r*>uumul uSJ
nado mcinn. The inn *- fjirly
.-irons; and the t>Oat* nailed nuu
; In me
previous races Seven boata
U I Itirakaway is *lill await-
ing a iii.- rice 1 (1
("met
Only one aooiown marred th*
racia*. Ivan J'erkln- was sailing
Ldrii nicely but after tfonm i
The western mark in tr
round the fib .'lay obaUl plait
iy md Edcii 1
to ttrop oat 11 wai eventualij
l h ii |>) Oh in-
termed in w* boat Gnat
Of **wan>em all 1 can
Teddy MacKlnstrjf reeled 100
much, iii earrtad eraw 01 ihre-i
.mti with thai wctgnt he p rtalnj
rould nave given swiaui til thi
mejaeall. By the onrt of H* 1
the was away behind the
cthfra and dninped out
race.
Zephyr waa the only bt* I
Orion e chopped out. to give
Yamoswe- any stiff opposition She
finished second, a minute and 40
seconds behind Vamoove. John "'
Hiadon Belled Thunder vary wcll'SSI
in the early round* bul in the Itnalj
lound, perhops boeauao no mhoi
boats were near to offer opposi-
tion, she slowed up considerably.
She finished ihird. four minute.
and IB seconds bahlnd /.cphyr.
The pcrtoimanre of Trmpe-t v ..?
not aa good ga in bar Aral trial tun
Colics Cot brought her in fourth
a minute Bpd 42 Fron Thander.
On a whole the rate was nearly
as good as the first -each round
averaging a intie over 20 minute?
Fir* to start tvai Orient but
Swaawea was first around thr
tjeagle. On th. run for the westerr
mnrk Zephyr overtook Swan**
and went into the lead. Tedd;
load brought Vamooae out of th-
rentre of the group and was flra'
.round the weatern mirk, tollowec)
i" Zeahvr. Tempe*t. Thunder.
**an*ea. Ed.tl and < yclone
brror
It oral shortly after thtl tliut
Teddy Jloiid made htj only erroi
f the race. Yam**** and irmNi
ii" while il the other
bonti t&fkcd south Th"
ourae assisted them and when
hey did tack north again Cyclone
.. 1 Beahyi m re able to cut ncroa*
the bowl of Vamooae and Tem-
pei.1. Fir..: around the mark off the
Harbour Police r1" aat Cyclone.
followed by Kephyr with Vamoooe
:hird. then Thunder. I;drtl Tem
pesl and Swansea
CyelaBa to complete
tins round, followed cloa
/.cphyr Third Vamose and
Thunder wu next After geblSJ
iround the tM>agle In the tcOnel
rouikfl Zephyr went ahead ol cy
rlonr but not for lr-njf Cyrlone
was Qrst 10 make th( w-i-n.
mal% with Zephyr rlose behtnd
and then Vamonae gad Thunder
Zeph>r bad C.vrlorte covered al
every track and they both took
The same courses.
Teddy Hoed, however, takinv
iced Iran the leaaan h>
the first rrund. took .1 southern
i-ouraP immediately after goinr
art und the weat< m mark He came
right in |i i ihed 1 ickad ""*'>1'
.main, baadlne straight for th
mark off the Harbour POUot met
He cut gcroai lha bows of both
Thunder third Trmnesl
fourth and Swansea dTCH
Afatr grung .ii-
mark Yawoaae again took : aoalh-
etti course aaj . <
lowcet with the BKcepUdn ot Tern
eat which galled aort*
\amo a n castad th*
mark off the Harboui PoUce
pt and eventually
Run" Zephyr Bnl I
iluml.t and Tempt
The Committee of Management
of the Tornado AageCBBtlOl
pected to meet shortly and it wil
fix tlie date for the First Toruacli

The Resultn were as follows:-
n- main wore as n>u*'
BJIaHag Tiii*ripsnl Piss
1
t-: neoi 1" 41 a sa 1
1 St 10 10 nsr
. !< DM
iaa| 0M 1
11 N
Cornel D.HB
>a\ aiiiiah Club
IVnnis Tiiurnuini'iit
Wai
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s .C.WJ.Prafeort |
\\ ill \ isil Givnada
SI
members of rhe

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km1 Tutor.
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tt.'-K-.'SZ.Y.
STF.llI.E. the Ovnind.i custodian, (extreme right) prepaifs to--
from the right wtug for Barbados Grenada won three one
Grenada Defeat
Colony Team 31
THE vlejtlng St Gaorga'i football tsjam leorad a throa
nsj cii'feot on on Island XI at Keiutfjilori y i I i
ning. Tlu name was last anil inlcicstjng tfuiini the last
ten minutes ul the second hall'
after Drayton took a OOraOf ki<-k
I
( ^dognn. I: B Hiuchin*on
<-. wdk. and W
: i
Reft ret D W Bay Um
F Hai
Aaaizo Diary
il l.-llAY
No. 4 Re* \ iiai^BBai OH-
ten*
No. 7 Kr\ vv n.i Hurdle
WEDN1 SUAi
No. j Ke\ \s *.! ) l.iir
Feeaar
No. 21 Rev v- feUndelph
' la-ke and
Kenneth
llurdu-
No. '.'. Rex v, Liearer Bishop
(HiRSDAi
No. 26 Rev v \ ernon
tarmichael
No. 29 Rex \-s Herherl Hut
d H al.
M....I O..M--
I I. i-iia'im '"I O M Manmns
M~- I l*tiSSn .MRS NMH*11-
a
J W..-I lad J 1) Trimlidh*n.
Mi- P Ktna n<* II I. ToOixn - 1.
Sen* BoaBtM
r j ii c Kdahiii iu*! 10 r d
i a m Wilsoa i. a-4.
.....M IIVM I I .
I .1(1-. 1 L- I -
C 1 l*f v. Mrs A Wsiren
m-,. iiattM
C Q. Mannins v> P MeG Psiiei
II E lh n.rt-<-rhnr *- Mon H Ch*ll.l..
II Mlehollf A T. A Gillen'
Traffic llon'l
No. 8.

DO vw own: n
rin: /i*w> WITUOI t
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n ipkr
Spate made available by
CANADA Ml
for Safer snotarlng.
Water Poto
Aiul Swimming
The Barbados Amateur Water
Polo nnd Swimming Angoctatlon
which was lomted Hi 1M? ate
boldlnsj their annual general meet-
lo-moriow afternoon at 5
>ek at the Barbados Aquatic
Club. Beside* the six clubs in the
association. Snappers. Flyim: Ki-,li
Barracudas, Bomta*. s.
id Police, it 's understood that
Y.M.P.C. and CarKon aill ba
sending > to the
IM'OtlllU.
' inUri'slcd In Ibe cair.e
is invited especially representa-
tives from >cho*>!s. Harrison Col-
lige. IXKlK-. at)
One at 'he items on the agenda
is Ihc formation of a girls' league
After the rrinlded ladles' taw to
Barbados in November, watei
Polo among the Indies has b......
increnslngly pnpulnr. the local
girls perloiniinK verv well against
the aVwMad ladles In November
If there i: n gimd turn out of the
fairer eea* at tonioiiow afl.i 0000*1
meeting, there tg no rcas-m why .it
leat four teams rannot be formed
Th< IBM season will probabh
begin sometime in Mav and arlU
a tour to Trlnidi-d on this vear
trogrniiiiTie of activities, compstl-
tion shoulil l>e cxceplionallv keen
Grenada Heaten
The first hall wjs slow gnd ; red the lirgl
that ultende-l. The QregUMUl
players were however mote enei
getir and dUflni the last half
Hj were quick Ul
Vetting the ball and
their area
JaOhBS W I 01 Bl left wing
lor the island, scored the Onl)
goal shortly after the game be-
gi.n It was ,i |ovel> tap Ul
which found Steele. the visiting
cut.odian. out of position.
Faj Qrenadg Taoy Banwii k
on the right wing -hot tne
quausar la the lacond half.
Berkeley, at ccntic forward;
sent Rig team into the lead with
;i lovely grounder from spgll
out'lde the Sree Tony Henwnh
.n the third to..! He am
in ,i hard shot from the right
the bal
the aoal, 'truck Oranfs rsmk
and entered the nata.
The Game
Grenada took the louch m
with the Island defcndmi; to-
northern goal The visitor,, were
first to ntlnck and nearly Opened
their account when Tony Ren* Ick
centered from the right winy
Smith, in goal for the bland
was iui of position. Berkeley
lecelved the ball but f.nlid to
aaare
Barbados opened their account
when Wilke*. at centre forward:
recened the ball from one of 'he
half's. Ho quickly passed to
William, who took a shot. The
bail struck Steele and rebounded
I in Williams, who was following
i' up. tapped ii into a*>a goal.
After the touch off the Grenada
forwards went through anl
Berkeley took a shot **tch want
wide of the goal. The visitors
i awarded :i comer nnd
the kick wn taken by Tony Ran
wick The ball ramc In nicely
end Berkeley took a beautiful
hot while standing with htt
back lovrardi the goal but Smith
saved
Half lime found Barbados still
in the lead On lesumotion Gren-
ada BtM the equalise.- whei
Berkeley centred Fletcher
headed the da but It j
Btnask the cross bar and rc-|
bounded Tony Renwk k. who was
running in from the wing headed
II Into an open goal
In B few inn.me (J
into the lead Bat aaley took .1
beautiful grounder from wall wd
side the goal urea Afte.
Smith the ball struck the left up |
right and entered the
DmjH the last nunutes the
tempo of the aame qukkerasa|?j
Bai.....- ."., mtly iiu*. I
encountered n stubborn defence I
In the Grenada area. Grenada
went further into the lead when
Tony Renw ick rut m from the
iiidit wing The ball, which wa>
travaUlm across the aoal, struck
Grant's knee and entered the nets
rhe teami wen
(irenada: Ste.lo. It Renwick
rCapt.); CiilleniUir; It K:n.v
Cummin.':; Husbands; I
1 4 ,.i.i.ii. Ed
A Renwick
rtarbsdo-. s I. Smith (Cent >
FOOTBALL
GUNMA 1011!
iii nil 11 >ijii>ii
Barbados Grenada
ON WF.UNFSIIW '1-1
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valid for thai id I ttea .:
maleli
The Weal her
TO-DAY
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laa 1Mb: 6 11 p m
1 oil- M..eh ii
Mchliiit: 6..10 p m
iiikh vTaleri I k a m Ml
p m
mSTERDAV
Itainfall iCodrmgtoni Nil.
I 1 FBI Month to Verier
day: la
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Wind ll.roiloti: i9 am 1
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Hind VfJaetty; IS miles pel
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Bsraaaglu i 29.97*.
<3 p m ) 19 021
S'*
g.ive
Ihc bast i-1
nada in the
Table Tennis tournament wlurh
look place at the Y M C A last
night between members of the
Mtitmc st Oeorfle*i team ..th*
Barbados
The raiUltS were as follows:
A Ranwiclt (Grenada) !..-: to
Hamsav ::i _'| o 21 Steele
defoated Leatla 21IB,
a21. 21-13 a Renw left
(Grenadio lost to m Hurray
IS21; 202'* J Husband*
(Grenada) tost 10 Allcvu.
.'" T> Steele (Grenada) lost to
Qoodlng 1821; 21 IB. 1721
Kui b indi (Granada) lost 10
Worrell 2624; IS21; 1721.
Reton Football
Mutch To-morrow
THE Ci-eniida Footliall Team
win meet .uiothei Baihadoa XI
'o:n.....v\ fttrnoon at Kensing-
ton. A Colony team m
veaterdaj arm t> morrow'i ratun
ajarna ^v ill be Mruaatk I
the bcttei siilc
The H:h(m(1os team is:
S. l Smith CCapt.), (Empire)
k w Grant (Bmpla i. w otb
i m Brjartan); ( O Alleyik
i Emp re"J. ii C Cadi tai
tan). C i' ''.m. na (Spartan)
J Williams (Harrtaon CoUeaji i
N Lucas (Carlton); G Wilke-
i Lodca). c Blades i
and 6 Chase (Snartan)
fly to
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POn* OF SPAIN, March l
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