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PA I'M.I I.K.IIT H.Ulll Mills AUVOI Ml IIUIiMlW 1UIIIH a, n:.i England Wins Last Test By 6 Wickets Ne VBUNOTQM ' day when they ended their lour of Australia Lffl to get M lor victory m hatt own two homs, they had to tight hard [or the mm on a crunibling wicket and had only to spare at the finish. It war. England's first .New Zealand since 1937 Zealand, who resumed 70 i l hmM Simpaor b MUII %  >i>pird i' II • Comptnn b Burn Bi-iwn li H.vnll<) •t|i MI *• ,-n. t> Cir—*rll *i Wini r.M nul Taitaraell J I0W1 DM AJtAUrm Q %  (Bl SKIPPING fUnder 13 Yr.J l-l A Blackmail . NBTBAIJ. lOver 1J Yral IM C Allrinc. II. AUrvn* ifj>: Jnd C % %  Hah.. rfJl 3rd S. Famum, *T Ma Fall nl wk-hetol-l* - 1-W 4 -W; J—a* h-et; 7—lefta %  IM nOWMNO ANALYSIS The T.--.-I ..ill a rvm AVP *r-i in-.ui*. • Bunt nirhhouw f*h B>ini •Hcrmanf am ft,,, r. • • 1 ih 4. Total HOT 4 wtori' >"> Y 1'ollard IV), 4 fl. 3 1... HIGH JUMP (OeM 11 Vr.l l.l N. Wailhr (Olj 3i.d B Willlami UV M H thatM %  }. F.OO SPOON lUndet 1.1 TBkl l.t A blackman iBi; liid J. OoodrMa' 'II 3rd fl. C.ibln W BICYCLE (Orrr 13 Yrl Ul P. Browne iH., 2nd H. mndU BUNNY (Under II Yrt l.t M llr-brrl iY; l n d P. GrannUP '! %  ?rrt B. Trwtman ( %  ). BACK .Open! lil M Wood 1O1; lnd A. Ilaiker Y lid I. Blade* id JL'NIOH HUJVY MauneaaUit—Hadrr IS JnA 2 inu..-, %  A TW ii (Recara equal 1*41 3 YAHJ (1ABS 4 A 1 D n. l. ii iTli 100 YARDS I'l^Sd f ' <• N B. J Lewi, K (l Call-iHlei. i: r TI.M I0 4^afal 4 BELAY KALE JUNfOB Bel El Be, , s ., t 100 YARDS flJUIR 3 1. NHet. R A. I DiniM. J. I nnd Masrwedl. A A .TurnII aeci t laiYAIUWCIAS* I I rMlxwne. K A. I Clarke. C D3. Taylor, i K iTinn n , a. IM YAiirm .IASS 4 I Oa-ne.. ( %  A 7 Mannlivc. J C, 3 H-^l C l> ,T.n. 1* I S YAPIW CLASS I ... DM %  I LAJU j I Nttps, H A 3 l(.,t..,.. o L 1. Lew la. K. II. RHord idUini. tj n. 13 HO YABDR CLAliS 1 OM>o.nr K. A. and Taj Clarke. V I( iT.me: B ics.i 14 iu VAkiis c UAeV :. GUI. C O I Th".ne. T •. G A .T|in, II mtm,. It UrSt; JIM. i \SK I lai KM II HMM K %¡ ML a N iII it i I? HIGH JI-MI('LABS 4 1 Odn.ni. V A 2 BSMudBg, J 1. Ui.Wli. 1 A i||rl|ht 4 M i IB. 440 YAI'DB (I.AMB 3 1 t^iide. J J Bealrv ( || lodd. N. iTWna I niln, S 3'IB arc* iu I>l^ I 1 Kma. N U 1 Blouiiiea. V 2 Crichlow. 11. D iDW K II. 1'. jo Htr.it jv\\r i i \-.s . II lam: Jl hU> • i AM w Ma Vaa*4 Slat! P lea11 4 Ii. %  as ned. D B Peter pan Ml l*4ShM %  H wiaota I.3t Had. Ii Fleabird %  V. M n 13 Raner D iu Van ThomdTke l> 13 BalnlNiaM %  ad. B I lll.t n 1 Bucc.ineer m tfsssaw* %  . IK BM B War C'i,.ivt I 1 Raat.l j-n Yellow n a Okapi IN Be.1 n S fK-, Bkiaanea iaa Veil.* • Blalr ,* Rtd. D 1 Slnbod 141 yeokn II 'i. %  r 143 Htd n 1 fi,.. ?il ffatara V 1 ali-a RahavK 34 Cornel 143 Red. 1 BCadj JM VfUow %  1 I 1 1 *...!,. ; w niiiassBw ?*T Bad C B Pea) Nan C 11 Maawm K as u.,i Ml Yellow. C 1 Seeanp 34S Hr.1 Vallow i ii Ran %  N lum •M Bed. 1 | {.,. %  ,! ? H Yellow Cnronetia i is a • % %  IM Bed r t Roaiic '.' Iii fJajM i IB VolL.w l.t Blue; and Yellow: 3rd On SENIOH HI.UV '"•• raaleal—... 13 Tnl 1.1 Had. 3rd Y.Ik.-. 3rd CJreen SrilOOI. BOYS RAC .13—10 Yra 1 l.t I. A. Ward: lnd M Barrow. OLI> (ilHI-S BACK l.t r. Cnmberbatch; lnd T. Vaiigha 1.ITTI.E VISITOBS IIACC l.t 0 Ji>hruoi) Vitlmer Wins Golf Title / ..s. Colleges Corrupt Athletes WASHINGTON, March 2~. I, ,li William rullbnght. prejsura from \' • lean I ...th tsW unmoral doctrine thi.1 a.e mu gtVtlM The Senior Champion Wu. Clayg King; of nine House and *he jiKo t-iided up Vi.-tnx Ul dorum. She scored 15 patBtl :if t-i winiiinaj the Obatarle Race and 'he Spnnl She also won the Wheelbarrow Hare Jointly With J. Farnum Adell niarkmnn, also of nine lloustv waa the lllUOl ' %  til points and won the Egg and Spoon and Skipping Kit.' ;. Joyce Collymore, with eir.ht K lnts. was Champion of Tallow Bie. She was Mpecially outEtanding in thf fotntn Rac> (Over IS) and won l,y g wide maig n. Hyacinth Inniss. with ten point ended up Champion of Red House. She won the Sprint. (Ove IS) with Joyc_ &>Uymore coming s^.iLu.i ,"n ih. a cloao s^ond In the 9en1t s „ ,„, S; . ,„ High Jump her I.M|. if fOOl ftM t-nnd-l BflOl %  ICAA nine ..IKI .. hjif nidi. in t i:l.. which !,"., t.f ,.. ,. brighi sun rune nn Ba Nell Wniihe n.^..e,l Or-NW ,..,,,, Housf with ten DO-nta Bht "<•;' e .,.„ .( %  by a whM rnr,ri:itt in il >\ hat*s on Today < .urt of (irand Sev.doti*—!• %  USB. Sle of I HI iilurr 4l 'Geneva" CasrHaaev—1IM p m Mertlng. tt Mkhael'a Vestry when Ihe Vestry will appoint I Ini Im II il'Ti finir Law i.ii.nti.Tii ..inn, i %  ict.ier* of Health. Vestr*'* Counsel con-iidrr motion* for -IIIIIIIIIIK Vaatrtaa Art l ghe Ve.lry power U make rulea lor the proper rundurt of IU meeting*., arranging for dental faell Hie, in be made available fee poor al clinic In Parochial buildings and for providing additional neat Ing at Queen's Park— 109 pm I < ci-UtiuCouncil meet-.— 2 IH) pin \u.tii.n Sale of Hairy at filbba', St Peter (Il'Arry SCOtl. Yin I --r '.HI pm sports Finals at St Mirhael's i. IIU School—2 SO ii in Mhletir Sport-. Gtrb,' Foun dallon School. Christ Church—3 00 pm Meeting of Hou*r of Assembly when House will conairier report or the Select Committee appointed to prrpare a reply to Cover i i.i ii"'Mrelating to the establishment Ho its.. perted to ronuider the Holmes Report o'l Ihe I'nl liration of Currency— 3 00 pm Mobile Cinema given stWBl a t Vineyard Plantation Yard. St PhlHp—7 30 p m '.iNgkiAa %  aaptre Bla. Laiaaa i ii a J.-.., 1-4%  ilumm. have be ipon winning fuott.il hasket ball gjagRM .•Jin then ratsWl ltl g M 'he irxet.t Ci liege basket ball scandal in N. v Y.nk City, where several n charges of accepting bribes to "fix" PBTatj tlilleges, he added, "hire plav m BM *eeia fide IBafl ih.it nukes a mockery and farce of the whole concept nl amateur sport for the health and enterlilnmer.t of our young men." —Iteuler Savannah Club Tennis Tournament; LUXI KV J£T SOAPS IMI'I Kill II lllllk iiiM i.f ixti'i'ii quali ii< iini.'ii reun i ,,i Rich Out nf ins thai Vnm %  : %  i....ii OKN n Chan ; %  oshin .11 Ui< i 0oU rid Count del j K. K Chri Ui Cn n ile \"' il he more I (11—13) and in the Jonloi lli.;li After the i Jump she cleared the hnr at f. Mai one and a half IfKfBM hi gfsa BBlo un>me tiist. Hires* hula advantagi w The I'.unny Hnrr was grent imaciuus OMOtient lie held Uint fun. In thh. the glrll Unssssl both ., ,„i ;,i the end I.I hands and knees to 'net slOCM -.,.,,,. but Mildred llerliert. tin| ,,,,„, n.,. \\ %  ,,„ id (he i-oinpeUtur. won easily from Ih" „„| of twentj atvn Christie nthers. As sn.ni u ihe race benis-m dm aven al IIH Man she was off like u h,u. .mil i|,iits -. hut ^ iili %  finished within n mnttrr of seeleft to plu Vidmei kn<>cked in ondK. Pani.'ia nraiimitn cune iwo pen and %  • nlrdlc, winnini %  MBftd, a few Mai behind the agon Ihree ant it ng Mm Marguerite Wocxl can real!, dornile He clOassd OUl U run in n bag. In the Ruck IL.ei wtth another par on the long she was able to move with CBNCthirty tlfth hole, where Christie The Weather TODAY Sun sUaCH 5 im *uu Sela: 6 10 p m Moon /l.jt tjuarter) March 30 Llghtini: 1131 pm High Water: D 23 a m 11.4? P m YESTFRUAY i; ..... iii %  i .Hit.nti..m nil Total for Month to Yesterday: 16 In Temperature (Max ) 84 5*F 'tetnprrature i*4h> ) SflS'l' Wind Hireetlun: (!) a m > F. (3 p m ) F N I Wind Velusllv: K miles per hour ILiruiiirlri i H ami 29931. i3 p m ) 29 172 lnlfr-Sfiol Athletic Sserls THE ANNUAL ATHLETIC SPORTS MEETING THE BARBADOS INTERSCHOOL ATHLETIC UNION wlU tl"' pl.cf at KENSINGTON OVAL FRIDAY. MARCH SOlh at 1-30 pm ADMISSION Hriuintm sun*:— AdnlU 1/aian • *(ifMir CballeMr Sland IZc. 25.3.51—Sn. { I COMPLEXION I. £ That schont-days com\ psfadOB csn be retained, if g you will Bivr the skin this X simple treatment. Dampen \J the -.km with water, sprin^ kle plain I.lntatene on. then •£ give a geatle massage. Di this Just beta.re retiring U-ncitcial for iho?. Whiter whites, brighter eoloureds — that's what you get with Rinso! Its rich lather oak* oui din so thoroughly and quickly — so gently too! For easier, quicker washing use Rinso — youtl be thrilled with the wonderful results it fives! RINSO for all your wash 7 Grand in uit HI traihing machine! I Very who shave . ir.iniiM Mat to Be. bottle at your dealer .1 In. e C I 14 fl. 1' i B i II A MICH Jl'MV ci AS-%  Wee u l w rj. J ninth-.n^ 1 Il l nlliia..it. I K ll.Htni N B TIHri.liiiviiiiB ualr. Ii\*d fol K.i.iVa:ib Kctaita. Bat. .dala. I VAHON C1.ABSI I I 1-" .-.te. k 1 Cram. <; N iTtmei Mil ice... SS. HIGH Jl'MV HASH J 1. rorde H C 1 n .vi,. %  William*, J A •llcitm 4 It ID li Bssaard. 9S 440 YABDS Cl-ASB 1 1 Harro*. K S. 1 Taylor. J 7 Claike C D .Time SI 1 10 . %  ST V1SITOHS' BAC'g I. Mni -ii.iii apranger. as on novs BACB I Wirhham. D IB SB) YAIIUS Cl^&S 2 I. It.ijnei J a, S Brea-alei K .: LaWla, K S iTlmr 1 mini St. 30. IB" VABDS CLASS I 1 Barro. K S.I V > ... .Brow,,. 31 VI^ITOHS' HAi'l'. SEMIOU I. hflaa Hvicinll. Iiutia* Beaalta. santrdav. asi H Ill.AlH HAN'MSTRtl Trafffir Dsn'l No. 13 • IMl NOT MI: I \ i ON YOl'R DRAKES. A GOOD DRIVER DRIVES ON HIS ENtilM: • Space made available by CANADA DRY for Saler Metoruag They'll Do It Every Time and never fell. Rhe Ail-U shUteM i-omlng seeoiul at Unda Blades third The Champion HOUI i a Bl with fifl polnti I'II. othet "I'li'i i'ic Red 4N essd Oneea fofgasd the pi and Yellow 33 points each At the conclusion M, I Savage, daughter of His Excel li'tuy the CMVernor, present..1 II S rl/.h She was .lecontpanlcd I" a)nr tienls Vaughan, A I) t The reautta were as followonsTAcn n Kma* IBI. 3 d ..'mil of the I'nmi II 13 Yra.i %  patrkk IYI SPHINT Uiachnian SPHINT .1 • Nrwl I! POTATO .n.,, ii Vr. I J Cdlymore ilf. Hoda Hope ,P. POTATO .fnde. IS Vri Taylor lYl, Fme weather prevailed foi t io iinals up tn the LaM three hole hen a Midden hca\ nd 'i • sbelu lae matt b slight drisale of ram However, the battle had lieer. M iniiKiit that the po i tor* follow, i the i %  U %  dewi t> the lust putt. Out of the lai BR were five Barbadians immir he sixteen qualiflei-. four playen from England, two each from Canada and the I'liited States. nnd one each, from d Ireland anil British Guiana. VV 1' ramikaigner. carried Ofl lllll IIAMHOW t>. C K.na J rarnum IBI; kid > Cttandler BSrd S. Varri Ii\ Jiiniin I i.ulu i^CiTENTAaV THE WEAC? NURSE WERE S SO N-8ETWEEM V* THE R POCS K' .IN "WE COCTO BUSINESS / WEAR Ri880NS 1 [ IiSOESS-EVERveOTys \OH TWQfC EVE' W4S TELLINS ME THAT ] /WE MAP POCTOR Pff. SCISSOR--JES TE \[ BOBBER! HE'S HEAP POCTOR. WWO 0PCRAT£P})SW6E0H MERE, VKNOtV OH SE7JT2, IS THE V WES TwE ONE THEY FLEW BEST TONSIL M4f, // TO INPJATD OPERATE IN THE COUNTRYU ON A ..1/H-RA Z^ -i AVOuE WORLP / V WONT \*OR< ON IN FACT— y JUST ANvaopycocrr-< S /WEAR \ONTML TDR IS ALV1AVS BEST)SUSSES%  N TUB W0SLP— >L 1U4T O -j— —_ ^C^EICTRA 1 K WAIT'LU vou '-A_ ^P T= ntd %  Tn *" p Costa Cup in the *ton. deteaung Keltl M i up, iii the 36 hO %  ,e end ot Saturday'g hair of the n was on the verge of cloe'ng fiiii the i onh %  with only (our to i las Murphy took the MBl Ihree holes 1 dp on the last tee only one doun. Another win would have cained thu match into extra holes, but there Nutercd and won. GOOD GROOMING BEGINS WITH YOUR SHIRT! YOUR SHIRT fcl your llrsl slop toward a better nppcurance. M'e help you take that First Step" Mel keep yoti ahead of the parade when we return your ... saints WW PEHFEVTIOX Sleek and wrinkle-free sturched "just enough" :;r." i.ied look our l.aiuidry ijives your Shirts. IT" Dun'i waste anv i ai• 11 %  •. i with Collars and I nilYou'll enjoy that wel! lime, send them in-da> -PO=5' SANITARY LAUNDRY CO., LTD. OF BARBADOS vt.'.'I^ilL Sirrel Depot — Aquatic Club Gap Depot it, Lauienrr Depot — Woodvillr. tOunU> Koad. Head Office TEL. S.tf2 Sonwthing to Dream about FLOWERED CREPE de CHINE mZt $3 43 FLOWERED SATIN for Evening Dresses 36" wide i 64 CAVE SHEPHERD &. Co., Ltd. 10 13 Broad St. per yard "aa*Wff^ n^< ^ gatsft'^ ift aii s


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nirnsn.w. MARCH M. IKI BARB VIM)* ADVOCATE PACE TIIRII B.C.U. Gets 246 New Members PENSION SCHEMES WANTED 1951-52 Budget Analysed These tables are a continuation of an anal] Bai bad-w Government Budget 1951-52 made in the Legislative Hon'bl.< H. A. Cuke of the Council in Tuesdav. THE SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT of the Barbados Clerks' Union which was presented at a meeting held at "^ !" the Y.M.C.A. Headquarters, Pinfold Street, yesterday, disI bat the membership for the year 1950-51 had shown Iciable increase. 246 new members were enrolled and 30 were reinstated. The Report adaed This shows should do so as soon as possible. tt3fi that contrary to popular belief, Unless they were going to get to1*40 %  boa aa rtrt a nti la Bridgetown will gather as a body and giv* publica1*41 %  in Uie Union. Our further *urtlon to their view*, no one KM 1MI cess will greatly depend on the going to know them 1943 iiL.poii the Union receives from The Annual Report and Finan1 who work alongside the rial Statement were adopted. i-on-Unionist at the counter ConTh* foitowirs wi . 3toifi riwums >,., Mr Charln l*r*Hdrn<'. Mr Camcior S Kins Cemmliw. of Mlraltmni I IMS 1846 1947 1948 1949 1950 *-. OaaUS? '• %  • 121.368 117.500 111,724 107,871 112,253 108.879 113.324 lltJM 119.835 109.424 I ifJMt 129M6 arraal Vata* rasr'a ro rtt.# % %  )> Cro CM. Tr.l < .IT %  %  •* a Mi* : CM v r i.i. • %  •* %  •• %  t*M JIM 156.442 48 72 97.224 60 38 inn 373 M.74 imjtm 68 92 133.273 87.11 104.S02 76.17 119.448 86.11 133.720 95 91 111.222 10V 14 78.226 141 43 152.731 116.87 158.162 131.27 I.r %  %  •>• %  fr.Vim.U-o 1951 1952 160 Ol'ii |IM N slant effort must be applied to th< problem of organising the unoi gi naStd, and some proper methtnl f colli-cting subscriptions must be An examination of the stateman| .r accouatg shows that iher*> *] %  _£_ ayw yw iMia t B aTi ci >• has been a great improvement ihe income from subscriptions, but c."c ~Wo"ri^' %  SVUMNB*. "i3r"i!' H' 'hi* expense* Incurrad in running WIQBBBM IHOM Audnen. Mr a i lb* Uhlan wo very gnat The imB no ,CI "*' i rtanea of capital cannot be ftre\l loo lightly, and when it _, t _, %  •.• %  w^*7l>'Vb7 i 5a£3 B dos "•** %  Ha8 %Pi52L„ „, a* union Nwly 100 Members -'uruig Ihe past year to secure an The Y.W.C A. al prex-nt ha* •at of wages for the whole nearly 100 members and they arc of the trade have met with a great all very keen. Every evening af* ter four o'clock, when the girls Uw ind Order nnd the Administration Justi 7.622 5.870 6.699 7.514 8.944 7,960 10.286 12,825 12,189 11.084 17,849 ML18J6 1.921 2.309 2.187 2.791 3,145 3.9 4.512 6.633 7*75 7.624 7.820 1,266 !.•* 1.304 1.609 1.424 1.716 2.023 2.562 3.375 4.115 3 787 4.065 $22 240 M.6M1 88.928 '4.110 54.196 291 305 284 356 450 533 653 929 970 910 849 954 9-Ull 9972 364 308 8M HI 1.271 I.4 1.836 2 286 2,288 2,850 2.988 2 901 33.600 $3,760 SF.AWELX OFFICER FOR TRINIDAD COURSE Mr J 1 i Manager ami Caaft wfii Airport, bodoa on V mil-1 no a course of training m Ihe Civil Aviation Department The course, which will ii '. half month*' duration, will cover An Navigation Lean.lat.ni, Tnaars of Plight and Air Traffic Control In general The Civil Aviation Department in Trinidad has agreed to loan this Government the services of Mr Leo Boland, Control Officer. Grade II. during the period of Mr Arris* training and It is expected that Mr Finland will be arriving in Barbados to-day. Harbour Log M I In Carlisle Bay SeHtfrnrM <*h OWi. —— CAPITAL Bl'DGKT __ TABLE IV \l I Sim i HI FX< Ll'SIVi: OF CONTRIBUTIONS UNDER W_ C D W Expenditure a* per Rrtimates Add Increase on Printed Estimates -..585.97 :„' IM 008 fjggltmfttM Returns From Three Wee kg Tour I Hn.M It Walla**. Yartl CaMblttw. Brh Burma t> Mr" Laud>lph r*i H.r> OIH. *. %  Gardrnli D'OMa*. Brh gin %  *.* %  WwW-rful CMl|. •nlor. Ya*hl IWkaroo. .4.1. In. Hi* M Bmiih. Jrh niur Noa* Mac ARRIVAL* S 8 Bonaire. I MB torn v > |Vi. from Madeira nri'Aiiri'hi^ FrankV t> R SI Ion* Saab laa n.m.h (.man. Less Expenditure C D. and W IJIM July, the President made have completed their work, they Public Services a" an appeal to the Barbados Cham Hock over to 'he Y.W.C A. to b. %  *-r of Commerce for an increase play table tennis. c ." generally, and the introduction of At present table tennis is the I'lT.sion Scheme in as many only game, but the Activities d. Ural ns poMible. Increases have Committee, which recently held a been granted, and some firm* have meeting are making arrangements .i.trtviiirer! Pension Scheme* on n *r other game*, contributory basis, while others Ttie Y.W.C A. library I* hive them under consideration, equipped with some very inter_. estlng magazines which were given Waajaa Board Set Up by various people interested in During the year, a Wugcs Boar r.ew idea, there has been within ihe past year a persistent that it should become ;i .ill tvfMN, a* it would it Heel HI the health and happiness t,f the shop itnff If thl wnclveti ,i the weekend. It ir.us! Ic uiidcrstoort that the I'nlOn does not seek to deprive the puBuC of KLisonable shopping f.i it tharfi i;m ovarwhelinIng iiito be made out for the ]..nger week-end structed in various subjecti. is hO|tet to give the girls lecturein iniiny subjects. At present meals are not being served but the members can relax with a cool drink or a hot cup of tea. So far there are no bowtltrs, A lady who ia very interested in the movement told the Advocate yesterday that any Y.W.C.A._no matter where it M situated, is worth while wipporlTalks On Reduction Of B.W.LA. Pilots Continuing Trinidad Lawyers Threatened For Talking In Court rtiaattdo '"she %  PORT-OF-SPA1N. March 21 His Honour Ihe Chief Justice ril Furness-Smith, threatKtaaa Oar Own CaroiMadtai POHT-OF-SPAIN. March 22. The British West Indian Airiys talks are still continuing said that after the Antigua concerning; the* reduction of gi Hurricane la-t year shr vBfted pilots. Captain B. P. O'Duffy, e ned~t,V t-i'ke"stK 11 lawIM Y M C A andI was BUTprtssd Chairman of the British Au^DOS flir .. lulk j n| ? In K CourI -.' Al with the work that movement Pilots Association nnd Captain tne tlm(1 llt nls Ihrt 0 t Sir Cecil .L B. * was floing to support the unforE. Fartan, Secretary told news....wh,.. Wl h i u .|| C( (; nm ..vere Commenting on the Report Mr. unalo lt ^ AnUgua. The men. that negotiations are still in HETJ T the PorSorVfcSaln iS the President sa,d tha y M c ^* Committee were progress. It is believed that ^"I'cSirt am? In attend/ ^ had over 500 live members w0rkln g extremely hard packing B.v7.IA. plans to keep reduction peal ( Ih the nMW ,„ h*, ahinnawl tn Atilirin nf their Staff at J were a number of barrister^. nnrt apparently interested in an appaal which was being argued by Mr. II O B. Wooding. KC -———Wing Commander t. A l^sjlaa i--i'i uld lJ "' ,clor Genei-l ul Civil 3.0.80* Aviation in the Caribbean area. T"7'"' ' hiu just ieturneH leal aervues. n • He told Uie Advoeate >>~.totday %  ** j tl*ut in Jamaica, the principal prob U m OOnesrw the development of Palisadoes airfield. The Civil Avi at ion Dcpiilment of the Govern ,„j „ nu'iit of Jamaica, he said, are still iv-tano Investigating the question as to onic wliether II will be possible to eon B( ,! struct a new runway, or if it will h ja, be necessary to go to a ne*r alt* In the meantime, to guard .,.-.„, against the failure of the extstinu u runways the Jamaica Government •ae imn l<>* authorised the extension of the r-aBBA Mftitea.Bay airfield So that. In "" % %  erneratney, it could be used !• %  all aircraft visiting Jamaica in itead of Pali-Dadoes. Tne ( a) man islands are at pre>i '"I by an amphibian air craft whirh alights in the lagoon at Grand Cayman. The posslbilttN if cotktti .ting nirstiibR at Orand C i>tnan .nd Cayman Brae was dl cussed with the i'inmlsloner, and BLSJ the piovialon Of InSprovea aeronaut leal rommunleatlon *rr I %  In Belize, the Director General attended a meeliiif. of the Air Transpoit Urensmg Authority, nf which he is a member, and also discussed the air sea re^elir ad mttei roloi i Ng^niMtiaa. In New Orleans. Miami and San Juan, nu-''itn.. wnrre held with die Civil Aer.mautirs Authority loU cuss air tiafflc control and other problem* In Touch with. Barbados Coastal Station <*AMI.a? A WIRKItCRH i Writ In4|a>n i %  thai iiii ran "* eqpi hinuflti I'rii aarbadt" Coaal talmn rene SOLD EVERYWHERE 3 oz. six 1 oz. „ 78.-. 30c >tw % %  • %  • %  •.^tw.w-.-.w-. iniwiMicii 5 ma.fns 11.10' $ i.429.ier i 1.42P.lliO MAIL NOTICE Vlncmt. liah Oiilar..i hs I Mall al 10 o i> i March. IM Eczema Itch Killed in 7 Minutes IBd • It. IV-IlK* ltlri||-..rm l'-i.rl I'lnipliS, "(>r>l It'l IsbM orillnnrv Ir.ali l> mporarr relief bain H!l Ilia K-rm i.mI n> Nliorm, kill. ini la auaraii -.ft <-lar. atlrarii ii. ona w-nk. %  mil'irf. -. Tiiarlih... iS filhrr Mi roeSl Will Export £off/*s. to/es To Martinique bul M mi not sntl.'flpd mtntac from WVkln In Ihr s h<1 wl .|ij i|||l.|i|i|| w .lh will make efforts lo h.c Ihel and in Swan Slnwl h work „, y.w C.A.s duremployes transttrml to anothf All members of the Clerks ing lnp | ast WHr | tl n-embera section of B.O.A.C. or to try lo Unkai hn.l received Increases in provided a warm cup of tea for place Ihem with other orfaniaaSaul-lr t'ecil' "There is fir too Ihab aalarfca <">"" "•* J"" "<| many > thlraty wom out *u*r tlona. much talklna In this Court I wnalready Iwo nrms had insiilutM „„ ( t |„ m ony case, saw that the Sir Errol Dos Santos, chairman on lhp „,,. of wv in(( so on two ir.._ o.. o. <...........i> pension schemes and oiher firms service ilrls had a eomfortable of the Board of Directors of the previous ocvustons to-dav CotinIXJHT-OK SI'AIN. March 71 were giving: it acme consider.-i. bed In sleep In when on leave B.W.I. Airways, said that Iwo ^, nnrt others arc talklnc, al the Bottles and Boxes made In Trim She knew Ihal some day our Lockheed LodnUrs aircraft have ,„ „, tht i r voices, while other dad will be exported to Martinique No Politics W.C A. will bent use to either been sold. It is reported lhat the counsel are addre.slns the Court bv arrangements with Ihe CarlbAs far as Ihe Union was conBarbados or some other West Air Carrier Services Corporation r |h|g thincontinues I shall have bdan Development Companv, Md tion lo Indian Island. has paid *iS.OO0 US for both alfcraft —Heater. Slippery A was his concept— ). i k Jtt'r the welfare of the memShe said that the local YMCA -Millions of work and thing* ba*' started ill a unall ay In c( thai nature. He had no tnteti. Trafalgar Square but today It ha i.ringing politics into tho grown to be>a large moVein*rit. She i tO any member and he Is hoping lhat sortie day the SathP wal not fr-ing to allow any men. ran be said about Ihe Y.W C A ter to bring politics into ihe Union She thinks that the buildiiiB nt i. IUJ as he was President. 5"-" f l "T l which hom .T "J 0 Me thanked the Committee of Y.W.C.A. Is extremely homely Management for the excellent and an idea spot for the girls £ ^^ ^t" ro^r^. and v.nrk they had done and also paid ogue Mr Dogun II Managing Director of r>ogue and >ons, Dogue Ijihoratorle^, Mat'inique IFlfan. Our Own Cntrrsipttuli't' 1'ORT-OF-SPAIN. March 22 Story of how a man played %  had £1*1 Ends Talks ahle manner in which carried out his duties. Mr. E. C. Hewitt said that last yes* the Union had done something constructively and they were hoping to do so again this year. 1!" however pointed out that the %  itlve of the Government had rtittd that it was no Intention of Government to pass on anyInlPr ^ Amerlc8n conference on thing to the merchants (as far as g^, 89emA h „ p |on)gH1 A I int-reases from time to rimav the manual workcis haC m I b, %  12-a*. bul the clerk, !" £ ">'""lt leccivcl in some cam only '" If" !" *•. then made good his ewape by dart World ,n 'hrougn a window and disappearing in the dark was related to Mr. F. Camacho. In the Portof-Spain Magistral* Court, when Fitzgerald Hinds was charged with the larceny of two sheep valued S25. and the unlawful possession of a gent's wriatwatch. DROWNED id to lead Argentine Delegation, she hud been elected Chairman of the Conts Inaugural sesBUE.NOS AIRES, March 2". Eva Peron will close the Ihird Inter-American Conference on (Fran. Our PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 22 Mr. Harold Lsidlow, 40. w came to Trinidad 12 years ago with his wife and two children, as head attendant at the Mental Home, Si Ih. pa.. .h-year. There IJ^r^Ul^drilw, one tf&JStfZZSSStXuSS !e?SuC^^1iiun. chance an* B dn were repreFriday. 1, E reported that l-ldlow V Hrm, whic bTS^^^erottoS Sni^'V 'X STl^Hi Z M SOON • • • * ^-g£^ ...AND SO ^ ^ <*0m WILCOME Fait rritp' Inr stoned up aoif T(l, ONf I AGAIN Vltks Va-tro-tl is available at mo-t %  lf|NOW YOU CtAH ratVINT llic devrIonmen t of many colds by using s'iis Va-fc-nolai riKftrslsnlmeotsiieRc. HOW ""OU CAN CtlAS i uld-i Inv.ltrd noae in seco'id" with a few diops of VICKS Vii-lto-ttol up each nosinl. WHIN 11UHT NI Bpedi Sleep. Vatio-nnl lets you I t.Mihe— and sk'er'! VA-TRO-NOL |ui'hn|<<•! gwiinl*-"! N.odrmrr<>inrour<-iiamlAl<-ilran.| Nlxodorm ^• %  •j r.r Iklai Tea.Has troaal. no; s. t'. <. 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PACE roi'R BASBAIllis VD'IM'ATr' THIR->I>\\ \I\RIH -"' l*SI BARBADOS? If Ml) \(K ATE Pilnlrd 1 llrt IUM d St. iMvliai Thursday, Ma rh 29, 1951 Colonial Responsibility By Courlesy 0/ THE ECONOMIST" M.Vi IMIISIIIIIS PUBLIC criticism eeminfi lethargy d the Government in the encouragement of industrial development has been constant and pointed. There is an opportunity now. : this attitude n< be adopted m order that the national income might be increased through the spread of employment In the neighbouring islands of Trinidad and Jamaica several industries have been established and some of them now supply West Indian markets. In Jamaica there is the manufacture of condensed milk. cement, margarine and leather while in Trinidad there are similar productions with the prospect of paper pulp being added to the list in a short time. Barbados has depended until recent years wholly on sugar. During the war there has been a small growth in small local secondary industries, such as margarine and soap, and there are more than 50 other industries Such as rum. cottnn. foundries, shoe-making, furniture-miikint'. and other traditional domestic industries. But the t.nvuriimcnl of Barbados has lagged pitifully behind other West Indian Governments in encouraging new indusThe workmen of Barbados enjoy the highest reputation in the British Caribbean and Barbados has natural gas as an unexploited source of power. In spite of Government's complacency and indinVrence to the potentialities of some industi iaa others are thriving today and a new venture is now said to have been acquired by a new company, the Barbados Knitting and Spinning Co. The new company it i will employ about 300 |jeople. It is only by IIICOII: idustries to supplement tho major sources of revenue, sugar and tourism that Barbados can hope to maintain its present living standards and raise them. The voter understands this simple fact far better than the Government. TOriMSM DUHINC. the debate on the Appropriation Bill which means the supplies for the Government for the year 1951-. r )2 the question of the encouragement of the Tourist Industry was raised and Hon. Dr. Cato who advocated the exploitation of this "gift of Nature" warned that there was need to guard against an accompanying artificial rise in prices. i a), At the same time Hon. Dr. St John was' able to point out thai 300 Venezuelans spending the Easter holidays in this island spent the sum of $150,000 (American). It might be added that there does not appear to be any artificial rise in prices because of the visit of these Venezuelans. It was noticeable that an appeal had to be made to owners of private houses to assist in furnishing accommodation for these visitors. The objections taken to encouraging tourism seem to be that the influx of visitors will cause an artiticial rise in prices and segregation in the hotels. The (joint ol artificial rise in prices was competently answered by Hon. Dr. St John who pointed out that the Government now controlled prices of certain commodities and it was not impossible to extend that control to take care of unnecessary inflation of prices, or on the other hand to remove some of these controls so that competition might take care of the demand and market prices. He even added the suggestion that it might be possible to free some dollars to earn dollars. This meant that a certain amount of dollars could be released for the purchase of such items as would be needed by the visitors so that they would spend more money in the island If the spendtm; power of the 300 Venezuelans for one work is any indication of the capacity for Barbados to earn dollars by means of the tourist trade then it is obvious that Barbados has been wasiinr. precious time and opportunity. The point about segregation in hotels is not a point. It is untrue. i in i; HUM THK r;reatest free publicity that the island of Barbados has bad Ir its history has resulted from tho ganaroaity of TransCanada Airlines Colonel Michelin Barba0 nunisaioner ol Police,returnedfrcril Canada yestardaj where he had I %  %  l I rrani Canada An line* with the tiood news that the Director of the World Fair which is held in Toronto and New York every autumn, has invited Mounted Troops from Barbados to perform Musical Rides at this year's Fair. The Director ol the World Fair whom Colonel Michelin met at Regina, tho headquarters of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, ma !e it clear that Barbados would not have to -.pond a penny in accepting this kind invitation Transport for men and horses to Canada and back during their stay in Toronto and New York would bo paid for by the Directors of the World Fair Tin., is the most welcome piece of newi that Barbadog has : for a long time. There could be no better way of ;,nv Canada and the Unito irlisl i tuae an invitation of Ma nature. \ welcome in the 8 for Commonwealth llrlat. of Southe: \ n.ii %  • An elected aiwjOrity on *..WCV*T. ;jeer comM'lcus advised tl her failing i of reserve |*c rs The in hr noi .'i^h Caribbc: warning; Southern ,r Association. O hoped IhBi Mi. Gordon-Walkri "standing closer would realise that wliuh drew up U* of a federal II the exemmittee lthe cutlV p cOUi '" '">• ciicnice •.tage, o! ,nauiu*iuiuil ad Id realise that whuh drew up lh.' I *..ge ol * m th.s week the peopl* of SL"5?! !" ? JSL *TZJ*. But the Gold Coast have ba*n going to the polls under a new consllution which will lake ihctn to federal government for ttai Wsst Indies, the House of Aswmbi __ should elect one f its members to uu wa m and the Council of Stale (the exfeut i Minna pataatta) eaoaett) whoihould thereupon be has to get the conMBl of the Secretary of St..U %  might point t political advancement far " m ( •bead of anvthuig elae in enlonlal J %  „. %  To some people this new Th(p poviors are. at best council sh'.ti I > %  > %  him. Mitulion is | bold expermenl ^ a rtrong jmaranle* of r >nd nu.hor.ty would. UV friction between hm designated Pi Mladatei Tha and the local pollllcal leaders, other unofficial members of %  lead not a vcrv strong puaranln %  s a gamble winch ^ government The major cane h of .tor praeti only to dllMttT and jiarchv. Whnt is more important that the Convention PeopleS Puty, wlu.h is ex|ected to become the dominant party :n the new legislative Assembly, think* that ihe new constitution doe* not po f." enough. >. ra inothing new in the general principles governing eonititulional reform in the Cold me tranator from crown iu T I)>IITI il imttem •I:" colonial ampira. i HI the apiHtintmnit Of unnffieiai membani to tin Ix-gi*. -v, I %  ., i ;i and the gradual Incraan In their nmni i and rhen Ihey lire, elected : nomtnated, an I tap forward when the elected, unofficial, man tv in the Ihey now have power; but, to prevent "is poa daganaraftng Into ooetnictlon, %  ra made : i.. gtvini MOM '' ''" 1,1 I Uva '''"irn t aaati In the Bxi eutiva CdUOl In with, Ihey are nominated by the Governor; thi* poalUon r e ac h ed m the COUI iimler the ltum-t Constitution of 1946 Another stage Is reached when these members of the BaeeuUvc Council are elected by the legislative Council from Its own mcinlfcrship—a position reached ir Timid and in Jamaica In 194S. Then comes big advance when these i-leeled unofficial members of Hie Executive Council Bra In a major ttjr oer the ofllclal members. By this time the BaaeuUve Council has Itecome the centre of government, the instrument of policy. In Dlacfl "f the Chief Secretary's Office under crown colony government. Bda A simrellance murt be on a growth of ilar practice hrs boon in force in a aense Of reapon IbDity among Barbados in the last few years. those to whom power t* being TTiere, the leadi-i of the HOUM ol iranxferred. Assembly is Invited to submit the namca of four member' or th Yet another., more serious, Hcuso of Assembly for appoint Qbstada to tre growth of rehpons meil i t„ the executive contfaittee, .biiiiy lies in the executive eoun. j. VV ili be ntercsiing tu tea ttM cil lt-*elf It i.nsk'og too much Tor the unofficlnl members of the WHAT CANADA WANTS pv -SECRC* HUNTE TiiK anawai to the qi Canafla want the West InOM ', |g No. There is no school of thought in Canada which hankers after the Waal Indies, either in individual units or as a federal Dominion. But what Canada does want and wants urgently is a revision of the Canada-West Indies trade treaty of 1925, so that Canada can free herself of f>ome of the burdens she now hears in stimulating that trade. One of these burdens is the service run by Canadian National Steamships. The "Lady Boats were first commissioned in 1928 to operate a fortnightly service between Canada and the British Caribbean. Before the war these boats were estimated to cost something like $2,000,000 a year for an export trade which averaged about $13,000,000 a year. During the war the daAcrl was almost wiped out. But in 1950 the deflc't was again close to a million doli the present cumulative deficit Is egtimated at $5,000,000. when Ihey have not %  •• i ten to accept responsibility nment. This has been In Jamnieo under NR mind h .,! „ enlry U Join*. ria.r ave%: ll.i. ffMllul '....-..."( mtU n Milrlr Lady (jodi.u IN ' .lh." ilts if t ic compromise reached in the Goln Const. vheM the rxe| Ul U ;to be appointed. ] b> and n*, niaibla t.i the Governor, but will nlso require the approval of the f! COl >m.,i constitutions is really beside the point. The important decision ta le taken is whether. Judged by the result* to date and the (oreeeeablc ; i pecti for the future, tlit W ri th4 III. Hut though this is still me i-nneiple of the Colonial Office 1 r licy, many *ecoplnlon in Great Britain which h.iw lupportad t In the past have cone to have serious dutibts abou' it today. This is too big a question to be debated in < paragraph or two But the uui Uonen might reasonably be Baked whether they have considered the practical consequences of calling a halt. Perhaps, if a different decision hod been taken a generation or more ago, u de&arent coui < might pie* sent fewer 'iimciilties today. But His Majcatv's Oovarnmanl bai l*een proclaiming so long and sn often that self-government within the Commonwealth tl the goal of its present constitution. The a colonial peoples that their poll Aland's executive council consists t| c i a ns can i>e forgiven for taking When this stage has been of equal mimln-rs ol elected and u a t its words. And constitutional ad—88 it has in Trinidad, of nominated and exofllelo mem reform, oni e it has been started on and in the Gold Coast iiiuln the l.crs, with the Governor exercising it, ootirse H |Ulrea .1 momentum new cimstltutl..n—Vhe locrtl |>o!m H .-*sSr v-Uv Thoro U. it mhouUt iht makes it very dllticult to Stop n,l Icdoer. h.iviattained conoidbe pointed out. no question of the ospeeiHlb in its later .-tage*. It ii erabtc power Indeed, only two Governor using his casting vote W i.rU) noting, for instance, that the things then remain to prevent to force through a measure which soulbury Constitution for Ceylon Btther the obatnjctlon 1 goo.i is obviously opposed by the electlasted only three months, after measures or the enactment of bad r ,, > 1 '" political advancement On paper, these poweni are conJI,,, ,. -. cm bly and court ls • %  atchlim already Central Iderabuj In pn lice, they aro popularity bj deelarir.g that ha Af,lca1 1 l *' a l cni are -,? I P lrin *much aVallar. The ecnetttutlon ii^ no reaponalbllltr for it. ^ n S' oXd Coast constitution t. ualb provides for some check J The only way to direct coloni on tho Governor's use of his Those who say that to give the nationalism along sound lines .serve powers—such as thai they unoflU-iul elected members of an i5 to ,vc tne colonial politt,111 !• UMHI only with the content executive council a majority is elans—of whatever race or colou of the Bxecutlve Council-or. failgoing tot, far should reflect on the ing that, with the priui nuthoi 'y (X |.erienee of Jamaica in the last Of the Secretary of Mate (except fly* vears ll will probably to said, in cases of urgency) It may be when the present constitution la that the existence of these reserve revised and Un-re . :. % %  1, .. powers acts as a brake on the majority on the executive council, orst forms of irresponslbiUly. that the island's politicians have But they are rarely used nownnot shown themselves worthv of days, and there is some force in n further advance towards responupoiudbly. In the next few yc: the view that their disadvantage sible government. But thev can it will depend on them whether 11 Irritant outweighs their hardly acquire a sense of respongovernment is responsible In fa:*, as a deterrent. The Couwv slbility wl'i*.it it as well as In name. chance to act responsibly, and this can best be done not through the ballot box. which confers %  itdout responsibility, but througjl the executive council. Yet. however soundly a constitution is dra HI UP, it cannot force the colonial politicians to act reout HI VIM us s\\ IM'i'itnillB Synlvm *"•'" Bar Street along Jer.imott's To The Editor, The Advocate— |.ane r.donn vest of I S ""; '" %  "•f" %  '-" %  itoad. that is. Aithln the extended r ^5*S e H5 ? ''''. area of Bridgetown City. Kindly N V ; ,l ; ." ,! %  >'"' "S ft* %  "'iu of the City were paaU) me to clarify the 1 luatio hi of us relation to' the V* 1 !!?** 1 SsJeSSHa? %  entl icerrdradalriei Wm^. on the Souut tortam aide The BtUtorial appeared to hold of st Ani :* d l ? ro *t**n£ ,ho .Savannah to the forbidden I polnufd out E2SJ 1 -PlfiEa " d *•**, by Dalihot |t U me basil of *eiih. Cullodcn and P.i-e Roads out aJiceruS Now the paraJf !" ?,!*S2 ni Then graph uccepta iny statement, but ' n, "t fc"i ^rlhweM tl.ey progoes on W arnpbjurae that license ;^,ied hv^vay of Bank K a withheld ,r the tpmcc Ii 23* Sft 9*> BU In uffleleot M other rircumataneea back again to tha ai 1 1 pre not approved ThPn toUOWed, 111 1931. the Certainly, 'rhat is precise!; the application of the ioa Reuutions mcaningend punihiw of n licensing to 'he Mended area which in' %  its arpatare .--(.• itui. eluded maiu fairly open ui.d ir is a big point, ihr posiNre Thh step was, i pi.si.ire. initiate 1 aide is the o'tr to einphetitee. by the B*oard of Health, and It was Jl conditions are cOnulIN with duly apprmi d by tie HoU I the pig *tv is approvaa, nnd Mr. Assembly. But then arose a lug Merrttt'l Rapon for 14 (the outcry. A crowd of pei>ple were latest Issued so fnr) showed that seriously affeetett. and uiotoatl IhBJl 164" In < -v were in Ugan to pour in I .operation. Tiling of a! 1S47 hoiiM' personally, having at that limo holders.'most of Ihem small people some livestock, including two pigs, to whom the little profit is 11 matter with plenty of room—no I Of real importance—the pig being two acres of pgrlcultund L a of Itehneat, 01 land In the back with no 1 when arrears of rant have to he whatever on it. Many of my wi|ed off. or some other extra neighbours, 011 the Bav Land financial call has to be met— IM7 were simiUriv ntaeaa will neexl> folk set free to carry on their rient room. So I called 11 meeting %  Ipful extra enterprise! The at Dalkalth School, kindjy lent for details of whnt took place were the purpose, and we had aa follows I Ujink it may boj uaelime, much bewailing. Thus we ful to recall them, for the present joined la the general outcry generation can hardly know the Before long the laglilati aroused and enlightened, and that 08 lecislntion forbade politician, the late H in the Cltj of Walti ent back to the and sold: "Gentlemen, we the Ian.! town were denned as follows: pond the Regulations until we have had lime to review the situation And In due course a Ucenffl Sysiem wall devised. The main points of this were: 311 feel from I human dwelling; the Moor to be concreted, frith proper drainage or raised on feet n;r the around; anil, of course, cleanlim enfon a by Uu Banttarj Inapec Now wbj cannot ;i fiBallai plan be made ha com keeping? It is unfortuuMte that the aitua tion was not handled promptly three yean ago We all sympathise with those dairy keepers who moved out or closed down. But yet 1 think licenses would be .1 WlM step We do not want to obstruct Industry and the produc tion of useful goods. 1 foodstuffs, but to encouraga and facilitate them. And as the letter Of "Poof Wan" pointed out there < nuisance. much less On Ppldesnie, A proper arrar.|:emPi,t f,-r the removal ol : ovaratght for oioann 1 a naaonable distdiiee from owcll.ngs, and I do not see m or danger And there H >e this moat n-givttablc furl her diminution of n vital food Item, already In such short supply. Yours trulv FRANCIS GODSON March 27. 1951. fTrnVr Of St John B> Fuml To Thtf Editor. The .Adrocai.-— SIR,—The following subscriptions are acknowledged with U nks. I n tmp.on S S.0O %  •^"irt 1100 HM H M ld 19a so. 11 1 „,, tM MlE UanWI Z Coii>ir7, 4251, 4413 FOH ror IX turn m:\in TO — WEAK UKPT. TOOTAI. TIKI --1N(. GOWNS IN POLKA DOTS TOOTAI, RAINCOATS SPORT COATS IN HARRIS TWEEDS BOYS' SCHOOL BLAZERS IAN 1/1 N BATH TRINKS IN BOXER. LASTEX AND WOOL SATIN ELASTIC TRUNKS ROC JOC AND SHIRTS TO MATCH BY PEGASUS GENTS' MHOS BOXER TRUNKS SPRING COATS IN MANX TWEEDS MX Ol It WOOI.I.KX UMSPT. MOYGASHF.L SPRINGBAK TN II I HI -II Mil 1 LINENS GENUINE WEST OF ENGLAND DOE-SKINS BY HUNT & WINTERBOTHAM ENGLISH GABERDINES IN A BIG VARIETY OP COLOURS ALL WOOL LAN-AIR-CEI. CELLULAR BLANKETS LAMBSMEBE 100% VIRGIN WOOL In Check Designs — By REID & TAYLOR o[ Scotland DaCOSTA A Co., Ltd. DRY GOODS DEPT. KelloRii'M All Bran Kellogjis Corn Flakes PufTs Wheat Puffed Wheat Babv Foods 838. Jellied Chicken .Killed Turkey Condensed Milk Milk Powder VEGETABLES in Tin. Cucumbers Kale Spinach Dutch Pea* Dutch String Beans Cioose berries Rhubarb For Your t lilt H/It I I'll I SPECIALS Golden Tree Beer —13.90 per ctn. .24 per bottle Anchor Butler—.88 per lb. Cookinfi Butter 3.90 per tin Kola Tonic— $!. 00 per Btle. FINE MEATS Milk Fed Ducks Calves* Liver I i-isas irrots Eh <>t Foot RtWHHIll ITS I.IHinXIIIIS



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THIRSDAV. M.ARCR , ISSI BABRADOS vmOOATT I'M.I: nvr. Council Of C C Cottsiiter Inadequate Representation TIT COUNCIL of the Chamber o< Cummer.,it feetr monthly meetm* yesterday took up the matter of inadequate commercial representation on the Legii Cll WWN rtattd ;-t the last Quarterly Genei i the Chamou. HA< K IIOMI OH ih,> mod n of Mr. A. R Toppm ;it ih.il mrriinv n was ..grwd that there WOK this inadequate ''presentation and it was :-ropnae<1 thai nn approach be made to Go..After a week's hold up in opera.'"kins: that >i tM -m rpasetl lion*. Mom. Centra! Foundry' Th<* Coum .1 alu-r OOM I wclcH-rs and mechanic* have gone *rat.i>ii yesterday decided tfc.it back tl M week to their Jcb of ion,he President a^ong with Mr verting the motor vessel SedgeT PP<>' rhould lint uVerr field into a passenger .hip "SedgefM'Id" Gefal Captain's Bridge Colonial Secretary on the SUUK. The Council apjioi-itcd Mr %  %  ** %  c Grannum to act for Mr R. M. Cave who is now eul i I (ha Uland Mr. Cave ,, v be retiring frrm lhCouncil at ;bc next Annual Central Mmtnc of the Council. The Council diseased the ap :,ointment of Vigilance Comm(tic vo..vetiin B fcr ea( h o( |he 1Pt|(J section* 01 trade It u Intended that eacn i.ca,c yesterday that the, ha.. %g£*Z ^JSSSMS dOM quite a lot of work for the main,,, lu ,, V,'rTu number of *eeks the? were work matter intercolonial tradi The delay for a week ana caused through business transactions between the *hip"s agents. Messrs. Schooner Owners' Association, and the owner, who has just returned from the U S A The owner went to th e USA to get material for use the ship. Some of the workmen told ihe .i It. w Ticker and Hn Deity Kins Upper Broad St. M,Ho Public Bulldlna. Mm, W. A. Gram Worthtns and Ha-imaMtI llowex. OarriuMi Mi. I. .:.ll. St l..ii<-.-e M,. ii V Kinii, l'h Church MM I. Gale i.'.ill.-ti n and n.-tlkeilh Kit tua MsoasiiTls Catisearal Tlie view was expresserl th-rt the vigilance ConunlHees shoijlii be small ones and that in any' case ihev should be ugdei ihe aegis of the Chamber of Commei-ce. *ihp Chairman of each fallow.: would therefore be a member QI the chamber. • ="*' The ivport of the committee OK appointed by uie Council to go „.. nto the matter oi the Hohdry ^iS, with Pay :ill now before the legislative Council, was preIMU .entcd. MOI Mr. D. Clairmonte of the so.si Canada Dry Co. was elected a •*?? member of uie Chamber. *• %  i %  „...., T.< Mile Hill CJlm.li.ii llecd. Sa SI G T. Mawrll It II V C f Aqu. n.I..I> MO* 10 Bl NO SI GUILTY OF BODILY HARM arren. FwitabWIr Mi(' HinnlPl nUck R.-k and Spooner. Hill Mi, T OlttrlM, Rrilton. Hill Mr. G Kins. I'mHill Ml" O Clarke, Stialhrlvrir Mi. lUiliuued MrSt. Hill r it St John j,„ Cecil Scantlebury pleaded guilty of inflicting grievous bodily harm on Seifort Hinkson on JJj, November 2B at the Court ..f 7*. Ornnd Sessions yesterday. His si" Honour the Aeling Chief Justice nun Mr. G. Lt, Taylor postponed aencirn tence. M Mr. W. W. Beece, K C. prosew o cuted for the Crown while Mr. ts D. H. L. Ward appeared on behalf J-JJ of Scantlebury. Before His HonI3*i ur postponed sentence. Mr. Ward told the Court that his client had iii bcen involved in an argument si M with Hinks, n in which Hinkson n'* had received an unluckv blow. 7 ,l" He submltled thut the accused it.oo had been provoked and had ——dealt the blow. The accused is a %  7 2 mn ' *' years of age and has no previous criminal convictions of HYLDA Tt'CKr"" any klnd Mr Ward """ther IUDAorv.iJ ^UM".. sob mitled that Teeing that their was tee. H.irbado< SPCA II certain degree of provocation his client should lie bound over. Recce said that bfl knew came lo him Carl. nkeete. fit ITilllp Realy and Mi Jo leorse Mahon. St Thonn Pa.-iei Si Prter fay. SI. Jowph Mr* H Town-end. Marine Hotel '-. Pitwrald. WnidioHotel Mr Gauxden. Oeean Hol^l Mr*. C. Harrv. Ciir-ore Morel Donalion fiom Mr. LleorUh A Quorum. Eut No Meeting ufiJSS wno A meeting of the St Joseph bout the case. He is a respect\cslr> wnich was scneuuieo to ue B, 'lc man and should be given a held yesterday was adjourned unehnnce. til next week. It was decided after ft the meeting had been given that Ihe meeting would have been cBlled off. Some members were given notice and others were not, Yesterday there was a quorum, but tome members felt that as other members "lad been Informed that the meeting had been called otr. it would have been illegal to hold a meeting. The agenda was a big 20 item one. The various parocnial boards and committees were to be appointed. The Vestry was to have fixed the amount on which property should be rated. WITNESS FAINTS Afier giving evidence foi the prosecution in a very trcmulimvoice for iiboul five minutes. Win : i Gabriel suddenly tainted on Ihe witness stand at the Court ot Grand Sessions vegtentaj His condition was so bad that Mr W. W. Iteece. *\-> was prosecuting in the case for ihe Crowe, was forced to call on one of the Court attendants and Police ConsteUt 358 Howard to lift Gabriel iut of the Court. I H HIM. ME BILL STUART. T C A Mini told the Advocate, he covered over a grou|> of then M..„,.-,-,i po| t i 9,000 miles, visited the Royal Canada lo put pi. a Musical ItniCanadian Mounted Police College at the Pair which lekeg ulace IH hi RockclUTe. Ottawa, and the October this year lo Toronto in I %  Wei C.iiifiduit Mounted Polite then New Vork. It would be art Training School at Regina. all expense paid trip. He spent two days in Montreal On leaving heiiina h. vtslttd and saw the great work being done Winnipeg and saw Ihe polue i mod i<-pular once the headquarters of the force. 1 !*' rt c,ow'•'**• Wl11 '"'' while HI Rcg.na ha visited i t,.„ t„ om that another man with rural station so miles, outaioe •>! a kmfe would i-unebta to nil Regina narr.Cd Indian Heed In him. if he ilul not thro* fie charge of this station was a corknlta poral. He had tWO men under The game is played wilh sticks him. neerl) Ug feel l< ng and m 'he During his viMt to Regina he early ttafaa the mntciants cirmet the director "I the Worl-l <"Ie around each other, watching Fair. Col. Sifton win. ;very interfor an opening So -.killed two ested in the possibilities of the t cl < linkers may Uthat sop>ctimes they can have .< hectic — —^—^^ — ——— h-wt. the one swiping some VI'II fc* vicious blows ut the other with* %  %  %  out either being hurt The popular block is to hold bolh ends of the sink and all'>w i the opponent's stick to hit at it n tain lie to gel an opponent off guard. If. however, a skill* licker meets a loam skilled oni at rut him an any pe> I ot hi body with his stick or break a hand 01 knock out some teeth Atteckad by %  tronear nien m tht tlak ken wouk bieak a bend al |ha outset. ON GUARD his opponent i 1 friendly combat. SPECIAL FLIGHT A KI.M %  pccial che i E i %  Seawall i %  %  : %  n IM lock %  loa and th ramalnlni Sftaen left short 1 afterwards tor Paramaribo f)i;fh Oulana. Pa % %  .. %  i B Bar had tang working in r 'i rat %  in.l their families They work with C.PI M and „ie on l> leave tp'Hking Legtatativc Council during of the Appropriation Bill last Tuesday, said he was Klad that the Government had not dropped the scheme for extension of the General Hospital. Dr Cto urged th. | a scheme of scholarship for nurses, saying •hey were some well trained i.urses ut the Hospital who would benefit from an opportunity to go abroad and gather experience in the atmosphere >f older teaching .". BB1111' I The same thing applied to peoa entire Civil Service Ui CCto ^airi thev should spend itaat amount poaaiota an Education, and expressed the hope tha* in. Ciovei ntnetit .vould pay speedy attention to thc teacher supply situation The West Indian University deserved their whole sipport. and a greater measure of relief should be given t,, parent* who had to support childten at the various uniaerelUai nrajad the development %  i aaaossdery induatrtaa, and de actibed tha Tourist hidu %  aifi of netura whlee ahould u^-ntage of. But In doing si they had to see that they did not n.-ate ,.r artilU'ial rise in the anal of living fur the ordinary man Knife ration nanttoned by nr Ceto were, tha need IM taatatuu] ..cliig up to the oi over |)(ipulntion; and 'M, iiiittmn an the bittemaai which separated the various croups of the cOOHnunlll Hon. Dr c II St John *p*""k Tig next, alao stgeased the need ft i .i foateiIi ,, <>t the 'r> iii ir I finthering the work of the Publicity Bureau, The Bnl thing that must be dona < provide suitable places for touri'ito sta> at If the cost „t living rose as a result of there lieing IIMI much money in circulation. Cm eminent could adjust thai by the 'i. :. of pme controls in some utab rev i lion in other cases. Not only should they concentrate on big hotels, but aid should also be given to people with small guest houses. A Hotel Aids Bill should be introduced. Dr St John, speaking cm the •chool building programme, said he was pleased that ihe Govern* n.ent had put it in the hands of the Public Works' Department. iii-'' In I ipuiMuo.. lion V C Gale said that something must be done to control the iipidly rising population of the island, or there would be chaos. Giving population figures, Mr. Gala said the ftopulation of Barbados in IBM was 135,838 In 1*9! II wei IM2.306; in 1011 It had dropped to m.iiB.4. and m IS21 II.ere was a further < op to lMi.,'11! The decrease of 25.994 between IHU1 and 1921 was attributed to emigration to Panama, Pai a. Htaril, Cuba, Canada and tltr U H A The ,greatest drop was beI w ee n I'JM and 1021 when there was peak emigration to the United States and the numbers dropped from 17I.HB2 to 156.312. aaaa of 15.670. In 1931 the Humes were 150.312 and in 1936 they stood ut 18B.294. The Census of April 1946 showed 192.841 and in DaetfTI ber 1948 thc figure had reached 199.012 Between i2i and 1945 the population increased at the rale Of ^.435 (roughly 2,500) per annum while between ms and 1947 thc rate of inert 3.600 Bon C. Ii I, Pile seld that he i : .i not begrudfa the amount thJt was being fpanl on Idueetlon, hut he did not think thev were ejetttni their money's worth. He was of the Opinion that every M liool child BBjQMld ha given grounding bl Klcmcntary I-ogic. so that he or she would learn to distinguish the pcs'iblv true from Ihe obviously fi Ise. He thought too that trained 'eachers should take priority over -eauttful school buildings. Ha Bgiaill that the T-.iirivI In 'ustrv woultl hrirtf dollars into 'he leUUsd. hut they should be nrefiil that they did not sell their %  ouls for a mess of pottage Si. Elizabeth's Won St Elizabeth Girls' School won Ihe St. Joseph internchoo] singing •>ni. vt crude I. which was held at the si Joseph Church Be** -chool on Tuesday St. Joseph Olrl %  i i ;,.. %  awarded Dral plage in Grade fl. Th> pleet i ihe Grade I children %  ana were "All Through The Nifht** and •Hannibal Cross Tha Alps" The Grade II pieces were 'England" and I Know A Bank" Miss 1-cslic was In eherai St Kh-abeth's Q|rlfl while Mi-. Grenl led the Grade II winners The Judges were Mrs. J A llaynes. Miss E Murray and Mr M. McCarthy. Labourer Stole Machine Sentence PoslpjfKfl SnUnc was postponed by Hi Honour the Acting Chief JugUcO Mr G. I. Taylot on Kai m I i Kil. ('.. St M chael. when he ... f.m guilt> of the larcanj of *l) Uihrf Rln H a i % %  %  %  % %  • %  ttni.tni.K n PURINA iPOULTRY CHOWS %  n ,H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.-Di.tnbutor.. J e %  III %  % % % % % % % % % % %  I mill l 1 m,i si n #| -g.;s — WE OFFE* TO-DAY — a J \i. .1 B CRI \M CltACKRRB MARVKN'8 CANADIAN SODA WAFFKN noYAi. JXLUES a DESSERTS IIKIDAI. K-INli SUOAII HKH TABI E APPLES CUKAM OF WIIFAT [Larfi i REAM OF WHEAT I taufli inn-en YiM-Nd CARROTS il DUTI II roUNQ CARROTS iSnulll FRENCH ASPARAGUS |Lm Tli KUKNl II MUSHROOMS (Si,.., NKSC-AFE . ( IX h\lil 1 IM Kl M PCI Tin SI.H4 i Tin II VU I 1.30 23 M ... I 36 PM Tii. II STANWEl.lt. M'OTT A lo. I.ld. '^'/^Sr^ 5 ^ 05 ^? 5 "-5 ^^*'!^! K5 ".'.'.'.v.;:'..'.'.'.'. -.'.-",'.'-'„'.-%  ;-.-.'.'.'.---.-.•" aiBws.ws In f\rf///\//M in nin /t REXALL \ ^ An Kuil) |]im,iil,l,. I'll. i..1.1.. rr<>|Kiriili<>ii for children mid •dulls •••' rmieII NEW!"c.n-t. P ill! ii 10 Peai'i "Anevl I nlntalw-aa jou'vs tfrsnaa 7r'*" |mj paesMB *t*0f. Blond* Anevl. Ivu.y Aivswl. Pink AB). Tawny AHMI. Broi. Aiml Al all tlv Or-I Iwauty mun'an. Semi Service Stockings Only a limiled supply, just opened, of these beautifully finished stockings. They are made of a mixture of pure silk and rayon Pair 8l.:iO CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10, II, U a 13, BROAD STREr.V



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PAO.F. SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATI. TIUT.SDW. MARCH M. l5l HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE ^*SJ ^i BY WALT DISNEY BLONDIE THE LONE RANGER BY CHIC YOUNG VJA£ L WP OTH6P*-\ AND %%  £ WAN'S I TO SPCAK ^/ •te>litr£5Ml BY FRANK STRIKER fLL PUT A STOP TO WWATTVtR 1? ] VOuRS'J ABOurTOCOOhinTHWJi DUNCCON/] BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS TOV'l OOJT TWW I BVFff rtLT OFTTrr W MY LiCe-t (.(JULD FATA RlOTCAX>^ s r wu? v<. j£}| ENOLXJHTO (StJ nay DQ ; rM tM THE CM n TUG RffpOuT TELL MS WHAT IV BE EM DOMT TELL M "OU MAVEOO-J= Ty WJ>TK %  -V Si .*•, RIP KIRBT .' BY ALEX RAYMOND CWTTELLTH6M lAWTMt^BRBy.' IT-; 1 jusrincieuSMPTTi |£..AWWTH£y fIND I OUT WHHETM6 4 H3wvi5,mmi. I KILL ie BOTH. 1 I THE NEXTTIME THc BOAT K0CKS, I'M SOW5 -O W.L. *BMSTWJ...lV6 GOTSCWeTHWS THE PHANTOM LEE FALK WiATP0>(1H5PE W4S I •U V SMlNTMETANKTO THINK?/ aORNWTME CAB. ft.E, ..(I.. >^ tOUTHFae! RAY MOORES ? .TT; '.' .'WON ITHETCAIVS/BUTWIN |*li)PTHE'RAIN?j MUSCULAR lATIOUt? 0*1 back in stop •M.MKA-MIT2M! a1(*ilf. H at %  hMdach* rm.: %  l.lp. TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH RKITISII ARMY RIDING SADDLES (New) CleaHnf Off It *4\M nel Ideal for Plantations. MAHOGANY VARNISH STAIN—Just opcurd • JOHNSONS STATIONERY and HARDWARE Delicious Pickles IN MUSTARD OH VINEGAR SACROOL Ml Can Conquer flours ul.so SACHOOI. ftj on Half at kVK.IIIS LTD. and all other Drug Stores IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Thursday to Saturday only USUALLY NOW Bottles Robt: STRAWBERRY JAM (lib) 52 .•! Tins OVALTINE (Medium) 73 .6 Pkgs CREAM OF WHEAT (Large) 70 . I USUALLY NOW Tins Grapefruit Segmints 55 -IB Bottles GROTSCH BEER_26 •! Tins Chum Salmon (Tails) 51 • D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street WE WON'T KEEP YOU EX SUSPENSE \^ WE'LL LET YOr IN ON THE SECRET OF ECONOMY PLl'S EFFICIENCY—THAT'S WHAT YOU GET WHEN YOI' Bl'Y . MAGI HEALING OIL the versatile remedy that's good for the whole family, and l!> a re.il first aid kit in a bottle. Apply it U> cut*, bruise*, strain* or sprains, or take it internally for cold*, rough*, bronchi!!*, colic Of dlarrhoen. and fee for yourself how quickly you act relief. And that'll not all—you can u*e it equally well with your stock and poultry — that's why MAGI HEALING OIL I* becoming more and moo popular dallv, because not only 1* it good for so many thinRv, but because it's really GOOD. MAGI OIL MAGI HEALING OIL --V^^V^VVVV^VVV^VV/V.VV'. Its Uorv PEARS CYCLOPAEDIA IHumuuul Jtiliili'iEdition = STOKES & BYNOE LTD.-Ag.nli _________-_-^ === DELiGHTEUL VHILMHtEX'S BOOKS \ THE /MASTER OF MARYKNOLL BIGGLES IN THE BALTIC THE MANNERINGS THE BIG HOUSE SECOND BEDSIDE BOOK DRAKES DRUMMER ADVOCATE STATIONERY %  *%*#*, ',VA1.V/K'AV,VAV^VOWWVAr.VV/^AV < VAntWM i* ,%-s,-s.'.'* r .'.'* K.V-*^VC*OC^'



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Till ftSB.VV, M \li( II ;H Ml II Mill \IH>S ADA IK ATI CLASSIFIED ADS. TtLCPHONI 2S0I The thuH (of IMPUlllMIHM e. Birlh.. Mar...-. DNUII. Arkow U-'di." H and In M.mnrUm (..,.-,. 1 |.-M on tMt-tl)l and |1.H Ml iM ll W I IOJ any numMi of -rotata up lo M. MM 3 win par wend an week-dav. and I nnu par arord on Sunday, for eaah bdduiofi.l word M \KKI U.' BNWL i iiliM.ius On On March HOI John Enael onlv -i gl Hi ...id Mm B Enael of U>"" tttv daufhlnof Mi ..nd Mr Nom. WillI Dili) <.*tui IIH on Mrch Mtn. iai. al ine tl-nrial ]|.p Mi. love and sieve 'i -ii mat %  Mndl by h,i family rmiM, cm.. Carman. Cl.ve .children.. Elu ...rand*." •*""' K "* k "' %  "Mintar-iti-lawi. 1 %  -". piaaaa cop > mi-Hi I'lllMIWI Tli' public irr hervbv WDI i.e.I •Calnll KiMiiir credit i.i -., .,f P MnxiCCNT EVELINE Cl-MHEKilATXIt „-,BISHOP i I %  % % %  %  ii her or anvone i ml any debt or debt* in niv name .mle>. .i iiy mo Al OUBTW ( TMHEHRATi II Village 81 J m GOVERNMENT NOTICES MM. SALB MfeMH ch-rpr imk Tt mil o*d M eewla aaadav. 34 nor*, „-<>.o, s .,,(, a i,^ ieaek-- n and -ee in,-,, |ld| fc „ John I" H.Uao,, IJtf 1'-'" UTI volta, JO amp.. ,C .| Wl ., lh Umi ,,;"; %  parda. A. Same. & Co. Ltd. 1 I I'll KIT Otic..: 111 NOTICE I* HEREBY tin*EN thai Hi perron, bavin* any debt „, fU asain.1 Ihe 1,1,1. of || u h Clarence CHtte, deceaaed. late of Hart'* OaaTjn ^ PJ!^ 0 <-"""•' """*'h m thl. I.lanll -ho died on Ih1th day of Ocbdarr -. ara reajueaWd to Had m paruclar. of thatr rlalma 4vUal1t*i* i tf tl undatMcnad T< J^biic Tnxlaa • •> GrdHih. n. i II Him Straat. Bndrato.n. an OT *-Nra iha aih .. of u... mi. ,.,, i.h.n data i .h.n pto.-*rd to dutnlnit'"•' aaaata oi th dactaaad an-ond ln PQ"ia Mitninl Iharato having ra(at i onl. to murh claim* of which 1 an.ill i n i h-v. Kad n„t,c, a „d I -HI nM „ luh r (OT Ihraaaat. o* in u .,i iharrof ..> but1 lo anv prrvn of Iw, dab 1 or rtalm I anaU not lhan tom hal MHt, And all par*indalrtad to lha ..H aatoto ara rrduadad U, ^ttl" lhal. Bald II urblrdn*.. withoul d r U\ | Datad th>. rth day of Fabruary. HI THX PUBLb' TBUSTW gu-lincd Administrator of lha Batata %  <• Hufh Claranca Claaka. U. %  ...I HJJM.U.WtATon C-nadlan Or, EkKtrW Cub. | H | Pwlw; mu s?% r "• "s*" K R Muni# . Ud.. U>war Broad Straal. Di.il *.n nFrBIGrATJH Ami Blactrir I c„b. feat P„.cl TW ordar Wlini bacai.aa bovi,,,, biur ona 3>tio.ia Mm R w T.icir Charry Trca Coiur. Gamaon. 3? .' U(, UVESTOCK COW: Ona ill Oradad Ouarnaar U 1, %  ,y ,lm *"' M plnU arcond Calf A Will KO-F CofUKa, si oaora >_. nil HOIMC: ona cood rWlni Hoaaa x Utto """* A, "' lv: *"••' 11*11 I MECHANICAL GKBNADA POLICE FORCE KECRl ITS REQCIREI) 1 Pay and \u..v, .,,., ,. Conalabtc $432.00 pa Incrcne of (24.00 after one >cui"s mi lot, %  nd ytMily Incrementit or S24.00. Cost of Living Allowance—2Sr, "f i>n>. Lodginit Allowance—for martiv.l CoUt&biai $9 00 |ier month KcquirrmritU for Knlblmrnl Age— between 19 and 30 yaan Hfltfjhl—minimum S ft. 8 im Chest—minimiiin i • Btion, 33 inches. 3. Applicanls will be seen al District "A" on the 3i l A] Ml 1951. It. A. BTOUTE, Major, Commissioner of Police, (Ag.) 29.351—2n. : BlCVCUtS Wiih aid wtlHouI ton. g>—* '"' I*dla^ Or-nL and chlldrati BICyCLB ACCKSbuHiES Pump.. Ri-ldk-i. Connection.. H.tehma KHd, SruS V'U* Al>plv c ur y Garasa whlicpark Kd Dial Otl. 3JJ31 .i CAHHirn BtKai Hareula. Silver Klni CO LTD. expir MISCELLANEOUS BATH* In Porcelain Enamel Whlta. Graan. P-lm.o.a wiih mat, """ •*> eomplata colour iult*. Toi dada A BARNES a. Co.. Ltd •al-tfr. • rsi POWCLL SPRING HOTEL I'i ill-.,, n \ It hai Mm bnnidhl to my aUri.tioo >T I b.Hn widrl. .1. 1 thai mv huMiiM .. proprtcto, „i hu Hoial ha< baan 'llquldalad", and lhal "cin carried on k 1 Ike < othri ——.-, thl. on* abaolutrly PALMO. and can onlv ha baan Marled by .oma MALI. luara feat allualad a) I Michii-I Th* abo\-e will be aal l-.blconipeiiiH.1, ., •> r *L ItttdarKiwn on Fddfry, CIIATTTl IIOUSK *V IJ t*d Hoad. Black Bock Apply rvawtrat OnVa 'NV.I. is lOirtMl 14 Cl lUrbado. f SI p..lrre-ca 1'. Barbado* %  -. %  u rrfcday Jaih Inatanl at 0.11 aaBM i>. AI'CTIOX '•" "> nnj. AND QOMPLarrr. tx* TROl. of the hotel and IU inarmf. .rent UBIU.V CAHTKH rielor and ManaSe* NOTICE TMI HWIIAUOH IIVU. t BVKT ASS04IT|II\ The AHMJ 1 r.TINtl of fie above AWH.II turn will b>held "' the or, Colics* hall on Sal11rd.1v April I .,1 J It.,. %  nu >>ik < by lha 1. Auditor.' IN ,t I riacUoii ..I Council UrmbCT*. 1 App..n.ln,e> prepai'Jilion of StaftT PJ? Sheets monthly; (c) keeping of all school ac1 ounti. (d) correspondence; <<•> Rttandllll meetings of Govemln Bodies concerned; and (fl such otfafV duties as the Governing Bodies may determine. 2. The post is nwi-pensionable nnd rnrrles n Axed salar>of $2,160 | new lira-t.nable In prtn 3d 3 SI3n LIQUOR UCENSE NOTICE ie application of Roper I Bpfncor er of Ltquoc LKenae No 3IB p| IHI %  ranled to Rupert Milt Tudor Bt_ City Datad ihi< 3Tih day of Mauli IMI T.. II A TALMA. Eaq I i %  ..!%  .Dl.l Ain -iiii n 1 %  A (>1 . .. Nil TinBS9HMUOR Mil bo con.ldered at a Llienalns Couil to be held at Court, D Bftrl "Aoa. FrMay lha 6th day of April IMI .1 II o'clock. II A TALMA. P % % %  nu . I A .3SI ,lr I IHI WIIH Ol R MHO HISTRI III ttOS iHtUAIIIlM IIMIIIH M&TI I IS lintBHY OrVW th-t the eredilni* of the ubotrnamed company 1. nf wound up voluntarily —e r. u ured or before the 1.1 d,iv of Ma> %  *1 1 .1 thalr narrea and ..ddreaaaa nnd lha Ucula-i of thalr dettl or elnlin. and .1 mdrr.-. of Iheir oluiL il .n\. lo ine undi'rusned. Ini 1 U 1 1 .i %  canned bv BSIMS tal -ruin, from. •aid liquidator, are lit Iheir MolrTlton or paraonally 10 come in ,.itd BfOM Ihe and dehl. tine ,ind place ai ra,Bll be apeclned In .IK'II notice r In drfiull thrre.il ihu will lie e*. irilril from B>a benefit of am Uiinii. an made before aoch debt, are ptoved Dated this Mlh da. of March IMI. I. ItoillNhOtf. Liquidator. f., 1 ite of Bovell A Skecte. Lura Blreet. Hndirt. UNOCR THE IVORY HAMMER UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER By inatructtona receKrd 1 will Mil .1, lhOadHnl Motor B,ia Co Nelaoi. Stre-I on PHIDAV. 3li .11 AN Auatln Cai. Danu-sad n Accdenti. Mile al I prr. VIMCWCf GRIFFITH. BUJ -it rn,N AI.E or t onrtJTi: imv At Glbbea. at Palar. on Th.ir-i... : neat Utr Hut M.I.I, M 3 o'ckHk ihe 1 ). n %  BB u..|rv which PSBSMs ol aeveral I'nwa moUly >ouna iiea. I Young Graded Bull, ill Sftrliif. carl and Hanau, Milk Can. A Boxro. 3 Horaea over 14 handa. SH of Bud** Hamcaa. Cinm Saperalor. Il tau*e Alnnn Rain BBSTp. Ill Ewa Goat. 1I1 Barkihtra Boar. .1 Bievdms Sow. m Small car. ."Hillman .. A...in, Sri.". Ill Sla volt Wind Charsar DArcy A SColt. BMIUMIW 313.11 3n liOVERNMEM NOTICI TAKE NOTICE DISPA That PETFJl l.UNT A COMPANY I.U4ITEI) a limiHd lirtlnl.lv company ln.oriKir.1rd under Ihe law. of Great rhoM Irade Of bu.lneaa addieu l> Park I Mir. Alnlrer. Llveipool. tdtfririuir-lrn" of a trade mark In Part -A'' of Rtsitter In re^evl of anapa tolher than medic.iir.l anapi daterenl* anl l-raoaratloo. and Bibttancea lor laumltpurpoae-. and will be .milled to redl.ter Ihe wrna after ine month from live Jptn (•ay Of Maich. IMI unla.. tome p*r*.i" .hall In Ihe meantime lve notice Id duplicate to BM ..t llr-ii of aurh n(idi 1I..1. The BwM mark can be aeen on applKallon at ml Dated Urn SSivd it.' of March. IMI. II WILLIAMS. Ra>|l.liar Of Trade Maiki. HIM a. I, I if I I'.' 1 meet at Ihe Y M .C A •*-quarler.. Pinfold Streat. or. Thuraday Ma.-" SI al b p m Club Sevretarie. ara noimeo that aflv.lloii arid Bestatraijon %  • .„ -.1 %  %  o. ,, Advocate. orM v. W P |S LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Tha application of IVie.ford Ollle--i n-lder or Liquor Ucenaa No MS Sf 111. CattSt* t., him i n reaped of a board and ahinilr Sup with ahrdio.f •lUrlMd M Bank Hall St Mlch.iel l.ar prra>ii> II 1 Laq ldn l.icen... .1 tnildms al Upper Kew Bu.\ Bank Ifal! II lUrBMl Haled thi. ISth day of March IMI. To E A McLBOD Eaq Police MaaTlaUato. Dl.l A V IIAl;F-Wi~)I for Appl.caiit '. I HUj application -ill be ,-onai-l ered al a l-icrn>inK Court to be held a % %  %  ... 1 .... J April IMI at It . E A M. %  % %  .ilrr MaiMrat<. in.i t il In LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE REAL ESTATE WAVIIH PROPERTY n easily manageable form up to £A0 %  /•nti l.k N M. in—iREAL ESTATE AGENT AUCTIONEER |'I.\NT\T1(>NS Bl ILIHNG Phone 4640 MOVAI TAKE NOTICE BIG BEN Thai J. II PIRTWISTI-E A COMPANY LIMITED Rriti.h Company, whoa* Irade or biulne.a addraaa It Grana Hoad -., i. %  Hi M* ll-lm ( deo. Uiic.idiire, Ensl.n d. Spinner, and Manulac(urea.. ha* applied lor the res'.tr-l-n ql a irade mark In Part "A" of Rasl.lrr In reipcct of plate rood, wholly or malnlv of cotton, nol waterproofed or r.lnproofed. and nrtlclea of clothlns. ivoT walrrprc.'rd or ralnproofed. an ,,,llll. .I 1.1 resl-ter the ume 1 rr.onth Horn the h dav of M uniria aome prraon ahull in lha maai ttove dive notice In duplicate to md I %  I Op|"tlk>" < Ml*' llrfl'tl: lion The Hade mark tan be .ran DpplM'aUnn at my office DiHt-d. Ihu and SI I of March. IMI. II WIIJ.IAMS. Itoslaitar of Trade Mark. MSSI-: TAKE NOTICE PENNZOIL Thai TUP. PENNEOU. COMPANY, a corporation orsanueJ and eal.tlns uivder |he lawa Of Uie Slate of California. t'T.Urd Sl.le. of America, whoar Irada or bodne.. addreai I. 143 v > Blreet. Lo. Ansele.. California. U H A Manulaclur*ra. ha. applied for Ihe rei>trallf." of a lr,.rtc ntark in Part "A" of RefMter In re.pec! ..I motor fuel' ill., and lubikant sieaar.. i lltled to rcller lha same 1 -nth from Ihe Mlh day of M. unleaa aome prraon .hall In mr *|ve noUce in dup;uan m ofllce ol oppa.Hton of -rh r. Tha Irade mOrR eon be are. filed No MS of IMI m ...i.xl .peel >.( a board d.rdir-,1 attached .1 Wei. . ChrUt Church wllhi. D 1" for prrmHaton to rfaaWf* I renaa to a board and .hmsir ahop with edronf attached al Pegwrll I iaia Theatre Ch Ch Within Dlrl 3" and to uar Ihe aaid llcenad al ruch la.t deacrined prrmiiri n.te,l |l„I-trt dav of March IMI %  W lit UUKH l-d %  lU Dl.l "B" ATHFISTAS HI Til Applicant .! %  % %  Td at lha Ucn %  o'clock I oaarta. n,^Rales of Exchange bad TAKE NOTICE du MAURIER St Jar w ; %  1 lc,li.tT..llu". .' • Irade r.^rk to leaped ri-.. iiar. and lobawri .1 .titled M rSfOsMI day of Mi II. untoaa aome per-on ^iall In Hupl-ralr ,nv of.ee of r7pp0a.Ui Trr1r:.de nun I SPECIAL REGISTRATION OF VOTERS. 1951 For the convenience of all '•Qualified lYr-ton*" (men and iTvnMOj ii


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EXHIBIT* Kill li l i Oil Middle East is 1 new trouble spot R It f' Oovl .grant cut %  . %  . _. 1{X) wiJ| |{)je |(jb? T C A PORTERS p,cl„rl ,„urf.y loiulm, B.rb.do. nhlblu l.r u Britrnh Induumi rur on boird U> T c A plan Eilublti .1. b.in, Down !,.. of eott to u>. O.K. br T.OA TMa 1. th. am urn. th.t Barbido. will n.re > .und .1 a, 1 1 r. East Follows West In Nationalisation Suez Canal may be next _,_ CAIRO, March 2. t, n EGYPTIAN Opposition newspaper Al ASMS said •i Bill to nationalise the Suez Canal Company had been submitted to both Houses of the Egyptian Parliament bv .-• journalist lawyer. It was the first bill submitted by a non-member of Parliament under a special clause In the Constitution, the paper said. According to the paper the Bill suggested that shares in the Canal Company be transferred to the Egyptian Government and shareholders compensated with Treasury Bonar.. Barbados Represented At B.I. Fair This year for the first thne Barbados will have a stand nt the British Industries Fair. Several Barbadian exhibits left vesterday. being flown direct to En* land via Canada free of charge by T C.A. Exhibits which left ye-ler,l;iv wore seven cartons of rum. a package of local photo graphs from the Barbado* Publicity Committee and three (an of local *ugai About two week* ago the Harrison Line look up other exhibits %  In fiee of cost. They %  syre, two bundle* of sugur curve, n mlnlaluie rum cask, some Barbndn< Sea bland cotton sample* nnd other sample* of local handicrafts C.D.C. MAY GROW COCOA IN B.H. 'From thir Own ''dnripouknti LONUOK. March 23 Colonial Development C< porution experts, it is understood. are now considering plans for tccoa.growing as an "extra" ihe Corporation's projected sheep und dairy farm in British Honduras. A statement is expected vhtittl> Irom C.D.C. h eadq unite rr here. An explanatory note to the draft said: "The British Labour Govern. lent nationalised public utlHties, nd some eastern countries such s Persia are following this wist policy." The SUM Canal Company is French controlled with the liiltIsh Uoveinim-nt Holding 4< per %  fll of the MBM The Egyptian Government became a "privileged partner m the tomj-any by a new agreement signed two years ago Thi* guaranteed Egypt wen per cent of the Company's gi'*s profits. The Company agreed to employ nine Egyptians for every Foreigner on the administrative stafT and four for every OM on the technical staff. The whole property is due H PtVVrl to the Egyptian Government nt the end of a 99 vear con.•sjlon in Renter %V %R Re< ^ C' 1 n * put up U| T tf \WM Bfilain will buy "'"* stubborn fight ^* V >W Cuban sugar tobacco U.N. MEET STIFF RESISTANCE 'Fight Profiteers* MADRID. March 28 Gener.nl Franco mnde a strong ttack on food proii leers and i|>eculalors to-day in his first public speech since the recent Barcelona cost of living riots Addressing Madrid's Municipal Council on the 'wellth annive>-. V of the entry ol Nationalist troops into Madrid m Spam's Civil War, he gafd "ll is the duty of everyone to tight against profiteers. "It is intolerable that there should exist poople who take m vantage of the poverty and mi ery of others. —Renter. • Strengthen Ties With Britain" Chifley Tells Electors SYDNEY. March 28. • AUSTRALIA'S' IJVBOUR LEADER. Joseph B. Chifley. tonight pledged his parly to halt inflation, eliminate seditious and subversive activities, and attack nil forms industrial sabotage. Chifley was opening the Labour opposition campaign for the national elections due on April 26. "The Labour Party is second to none in its opposition to Communism" he said. ""* "At the same time the Labour movement refuses to be panicked MIDDLE EAST IS SHAKY M organ Says NEW YORK. M*rcb W General Sir William Muisaii ho is touring the United Slates to explain Britain's rearmaroeir programme said here today that the Middle East was "one of the shaky places at the moiiw.it" Brit h forces available to deai ith adverse developments then* an inadequate he said at o ran conference. • He mentioned the posslbilU> ot In Persian and Iraq oil field', and added "I do no*, knov fi MI where we shall get trwp> "We cannot lose oil and if there showdown we shall have to Ami troops from somewhere" That if. the main reason why want the Kashiflr dl'putc-1 sorted out" he said "If it wen 'fled Pakistan certainly and India probably would be prepare*, to send troops in such an cmerOegaare] \ioig-n who u Chairman of Britain's Research Policy Sub-Committee on Guided HtaaUaa said he would like to see a United States Air Force based at *omc place where it could help m the Middle East. The United States 'would be %  ell advised to have one there Sir William said Britain wa*. .-cpmg pare with developments new weapons These included guided mlawles now largely designed in Britain and tested o- Wi.rn.i-., Range in Austral-ithe "most magnificent range in the world" for testing such mis SilCB —Renter Nehru Condemns Anglo-U.S \ 111troarh To Kashmir NEW DELHI. March 28. Prime Minister Nehru told tin Indian Parliament to-day tha the 'entire approach" "of thi amended Anglo-American resoution on K.nhm.r now besnta tte Sc urity Ouncil was "taati'JaiCv wrung" nn t ta'rti nitW not 'crept any'hln,: Mat resuhtd from that i Dproach. The Prin lid not conamr :nhttri.tion a* -uited to th? solution of ll-o "complex problem like rtemih. ;it the present .isngerous Hineturp There were BaSO certain essential principle*, on Men India could not c*.mpromise. —Renter. U.K. BUYING 500,000 TONS CUBAN SUGAR Britain Will Buy Tobacco (From Our Own Currr*p*rndent) ,__ , HAVANA, March 28. ITiere is bad news to-ni**** % *r* in Havana not only for sugar growers of th* a*i./ire but lor Empire tobacco planters and fruit growers t< r Cuba and Britain are on the point of sinning a far-racfifnff trade agreement. By terms ol this. Britain guarantees to take 500.000 tons of Cuban sugar a year in 18S1, 52 and 53. She will also agree to buy "very substantial quantities" of Cuban tobacco and Iruits mainly pineapples and grape fruits in i? eturn Cuba ta g.ving Britain some tariff concessions on automobiles. Industrial machinery and, chemical products. Most important of these t.inff concessions concerns ears Hitherto America has enjoyed preferential tariffs and .uitomobllM. Now British car importers will not have to pay an)H more than Americans in tariffs. This should provide a stimulus to British can here in Cuba where various makes such as Morris and Austin already have a good i hold. Up to now on car less than $790 at the faetorv. Hi lain has paid 16 per cent rim* against America'* 12 per cent. From now on that difference goei and both countries will pay 12 per cent. On cars priced at between S7M and si.500 al the factory the difference between American and British tariffs payments had been live and a half per cent Cars costing over SI.500 at the factor*!^ ^ t T!',' ^T the difference had been*: per cenf ' "h r Now British and American ,..: ol all types will come in on level terms. A high Cuban official said to-night "We retard the car tariff clause as a very Important concession by us." The official *nid that tiic amount of Cuban tobacco to be bouht yearly by Britain will be "approximately the >amr as before the W.H. Juitfle Visit At 80 STUTTGART March 28 Eighty year old Mother C.ertrudis of the Franciscan Convent al Eis.sen. Wn; letnt.cn B.iden has left Ceimany by air for Braid where she plans to visit Convents in tne heart of the jungle She was accompanied on her journeih. 55 Search For Globemaster SKIPPER ADRIFT LONDON, March 2A The Captain of lbs BH-ton Panamanian steamer SrmirJmls adrift alone in j no..* ull Egypt's Mediterranean coast today after the British steamer Carltan hod picked up 17 survivors from the foundered vessel. Lloyd*hhippmg Intelligence reported lonight — Reuter. POCKF OSBE • I c RT I *RTOON ANCASTJ K %  vSJ l| D !HH • %  • %  ... ;.| aAiLWAt* firs Iliatml 1 J| V y "Thi m.mfti •aid. What (or a (ol,. I law h,. ol ..til,.' if 1 MM He said that the pineapples and grape fruits would be in "distinctly interesting quantities" As tht sugar acreement calls for half ol a million tons to start this vear, the official said "W can oxper' see srupmetiM .(art very soon rnct almost iminediatelv after the :i.Ticrnent is signed "There, is no doubt in the minds of Cubans that the agreement is praetically conrluded." They arc Just putting the final touches at Torquay now," said the official"' and the full detail* will be announced by bot 1 ments maybe at the end of this "• % %  ek The ai'ici ir.cni is certain. It is understood thnt in Cuba's talks with Canada she want:. io sell Canada a minimum of 100.000 tons of BUgai vearlv for tluee to flW yeari but in talks are mien hs 'e not gone so smoothly as with the United Kingdom. 'We are not nearly so far advanced with the Canadians, said the official, "and I don't think that there will be an announcement about a Canadian agreement when the Torquay conlercnce ends" Britain has agreed to pay Cuba "the prevailing world market price for her sugar." Thi--. price will be calculated on a sliding scale m accordance with Inter* national fluctuation*. If the price goes up—so does the figure. In 1938 Britain paid i:383 100 foi Cuba tobacco e <*y EGormair Police Shoot At U.S. Bust s BERLIN. March 28 West Berlin police headquarters announced tnnt East German Peoples' police to-day fired seviT.il shots nt five Unite: BtgrihM army buses carrvinp American tourists. The incident occurred at Potsdamer Ptatz. BerUn's troublo spot where Rritish, Soviet and Arneracan sectors meet. Nobody was injured —Renter. FAMILIES REMAIN LONDON. March 28 A Britith Foreign Office spokesman said to-day that the British Oove.-nment had 1-een informed bv the Anglo-Iranian Oil C pany that it had no intenuon o( -ithdrawing employ from oil refineries nto gaoling of striken On Foreign policy, Chifley sa;d Labour had always favoured course of co-operation wuh the United States, but: "It is imperv tive that our relations with Britain should be strengthened and that the principles of the United Nations should be frmly adhered to." His party would firmlv oppose the rearmament of Japan —Reulrr Throe Die In Plane Crush: Oik* Saved RIO DE JANEIRO. March 28 According to reports received here today the pilot and two passengers died when the single wngincd four sealer aircraft i"l llded with the electric wires and crashed on lire in the town, Pnrsidcute EpiUut. st.itcn yestei da, The plane was being flown by Is owner, a coffee farmer, and earned as passengers the Mayoi uf President* Epltacto and the Chairman of the City's Municipal Council All three died immediately. The only survivor was U*a fourth occupant of the aircraf a local businessman who escaped with minor injuries.—ft*t*r. FRANCE HAS FOUR BURDENS SAYS AURI0L NatW YORK, v President of Franx Aurlol said on arrival in New York to-day that hi. rouatn .. ee*tuiety determined" to real*. any possible a.u.r*aa*oti Me aunt. ua suiement an bgsrd He lf Feaae* juai before he I New Y.rk harbom The Pre S katlll said he would m*'een >.c<-i. today. Intensinc, search for the AnsSTica'i C. obemaster plane missing since last Friday with M people m b'-ard A group of small valloa cojacts and some long boards were reported to have been Sighted by a Flying Foitru** about 33 mile-* .southeast of tlw spot where a valise from th I Globe-master was picked up by a *cathr ship on Saturday. Surface vessels were also .sen*. in the area 600 miles south-we i of Ireland. Later an Amencar Airforce spokesman said the vessel had not located ill Fight Paris Strike ARGENTINA AHEAD MJEKOS AIIIES. Mnrch 28 Prof aa sor Honald Hichler. author of Argentina's atomic energy project said that the "Argentine i. ahaad ^i the ret* f the world" iftci PTaatdanl Peron decorated him with the Peronlst Med.il The ceremony wai iittende.1 bv Eva Peron. Mimbers of the Cabinet. high ranking uflicri -. and Mrmlwrs of Congress. Hwhter also received from the Minister of Education Mender Sun Martin tne honomrv degree of DsSaM In th' 1 BuaQOI Air-* Universitv —Keulrr M VIM |fff \1 ItlOl, .111> loin ear] has Franee" i Schumaa, Ftrnrn Fin cign laaalsttl %  %  .I Keulrr thai I" was most certainly going to take opportunity ut u'viewmi: W ||h Acheson a number S* UH I .,| down eras nt A* this, iha Kiiii .I.I. i "m uld nuh! to Iha tad to gair< a 1.1 goat riao" At iha an • • li 'agHaUon" wa . j i..ii -ink.last i i MI. ibj Own rnn i iiuich adnuaslon Ihai UM coal laa-t %  M" i "'nt last August and corn %  i nt uiih i I lit. • mtum m now i larminad t.. iigm || pg pun sti batsra' 26 pat eant demann v luui i. ...i. nn i.,i umi-M*if llnsa rfott ninnli i lea % %  •!. %  order Uirn to WOtS tOdst; under requisitioning which eriuii K imprison obeyed Re-Mi" AIM BUI For Wages 11 un iUs On the question of thl| i i TtSjDM Si B % %  : an .i that hiv Impression wns that Iha BQVlef Union was anxioua to i.< I ers IMtS egn^ll. %  .jirlt Deserters HI::!.!'., March 28 A Ijntish Army spokesman confirmed to-day that four British infantrymen who were reporte ''ct been absent since March 4 The spokesman could not say where they had gone but British military sources hinted they had probably gone over |a eastern Germain Reutrr RUMOUR DENIED UJNDON. March 28 Official Government ujuarter* iOH dssalad thai Hntain wa* consiaering a plan to abolish the partition of Ireland Reports circulated overseas by an Ann i iran news agSJW] OJUOtl rallable sources as laylnsj S n tnioi, would ba sndaai ruled Ireland would be brought int.i the Commonwealth strengthen the defence front —Renter The Presidential pa the French LtllS ofAeSS police mot'ii. vela rrancfa coloui i here a '.[. %  < lal 'mil to take them to Wu>hingiu —Reuter QRBNAOA alareh za Hi a their three-quarter-hour ins morning tin | turs pa ed Ihg flnal %  !<;<'* of tn< BUI anpoassraDg the Quvsttaoi \> establish Wages Council* wtllCfl will ba the nrst step to sndsavom the recent agiinilturui strike now in ttw I • %  ... .of the three week truce A Bals> I have! Committee which considered tht. Hill 11 iha %  %  sad report ed wiih nn major smendmenti %  nd lt| passage was unsi mtfi <;< remor Arundell lafi yestardai In M MI *n*xr on st Luela Tn,. s; Luela Potlea Party on atrlks duty Mrs also ral u i I the same opportunity Itu Q> v went t* i iiie does aith ii.. >rt fit In u h %  Allied aircraft pounded roads and Communist supply p the rear of Chinese forces in an endeavoui to isolate dM On the central front, Col troops A.,. „ k ali. irpei-. figging into defence petition* straddling mountain ridges alon-,, the 3>th parallel I :• Nation(orcSS pati'illulg the 10 miles "middle" front, me* turn in M mors thiui platsaai %  trength No Mention An Eighth Arn.v evening communlqus described Comn %  poaltlon north ^r injosigsu .. > i sat i but *i.! n nilSMj i United Nations %  Frontline reports did i lion three Chins* U tluc" unit'* nnslnsisst t'liougbu lost night Thr • nuij nays boon hit At ad In today's action MaeArthur La I sonsj (ii'itti.io:,,.!. || %  Korea wSTS still trying to distribute arntCMii Io Ihi Bras ii>' int.in-.iv. loaaas fi^m Aided %  ttacki The FII Eastern Commander's statement was based nn observation of United Ms tO i %  | % %  %  %  I on tlir new massing tn the central from gusl north. Of the 3Hth paii.ilthan I.00U Communists % %  |iorted to be dlugtii). m; aeTenmve nevltio^ Donhweal or the fcev fi M sJtfSjl oeettpM by United Nsiioi< troops last week Th.-v ting down mountain ihi %  stunted j met* to convcAiitsulS their .. ,rg.ini**atiorui —Heater SHIP SUNK LONT> .-. MarUi : North Korean %  nunlque quoted in Tasa repoi'.. %  %  n London icimrted that .,i.i.. *tuik rteni the eastern i Reuter. B.B.C. Staff Cuts: 100 Men Will Be Sacked PLAN TO REFUSE OVERTIME WORK ations in sLuthern Persia. —Reuter. LONDON. March 28 A r, vcriiinent spokesman announced today that some thou sands of workers arm.-imenls factories I land have decided from tomorrou to refuse overtime work. He said this action would families certainly slow down the rearm aid install1 n.ent effort Factories aff* elude the Governmeni arsenal Woolwich. London —Reuter ir?om Our Oun CorrespenSe-t %  0 f the week, said a BBC spokesof LONDON. March 28 mm lhis .rtarnopn. Wh.le the keenest rnmety hss He confirmed that then been expressed regarding the .-xpectatitn of drastic curtmleffect in foreign territories of the menM In services to the ceiemes prospective cut In the RBC OverBiggest worry is over the prosrieas Bl a result of the pecUve loss of 100 men. mansof r-duction of the government grant them .itlarhej to specialised Ianad last n'gh*. assurances gunge staffs, will be difficult to were foruiconung from official get back once they have been diesources today that services lor pursed. colonial territories would be aff-cIn addition the provision of ted only slightly The Colonial news and feature services in many Office, inrough itBroadcasting languages spoken thrrughoul the Chief Mi J 11 Millet .s keeping Commonwealth BBC hi provided a close watch on the situation In "** %  ii*'* colonies as the preoaratlon of reeords tor schools in Ihese terrltorir. In to-day's News Chrnlcle the well-known writer Verrvwi Bart'or the various informat; lett drans attention to tne value \ices hool programmes in Whlli UM BUI seem> colonial Irrntorie^ "whi ia.ll ompured with las' f peoples are rapidlv advancing totaouuothi ,„i.ol :4.C85d00u ward f I?? 1 !""! independence ,, lU „.„, which^wlll be democratic or totni.l T talltarlan according to the les.l ,, n of education' il)fm Hope is expressed that cut doT eissans may be modified by M *ill ices %  Herbert Morrison as Foreign S< r,ta.,. b. U of h. BOT E d..l ,^!" '"•, " '„ ImowlMt* now of ikalmBon of overseas broadcasting buil* so successfully during arm V.' w*s iiTU'-io BR C. potni %  It is possible that details of proposed alterations to overseos servlces may be available nt the end It i carts Morrison as Ixird President of the Council centrollen the < tee which had to consider votes serIt i< expected t: Ocrman jnd frei Trouble In Albania Would Help Russia Says Slav Minister BKI.GRADE. March 2:; VLADIMIR DF.rojER, Mt-mbi-r of the t('nmmiUfc of the Yugoslav Parliament and OlOM ggOOfliln nl Marshal Tito, tn-duy condajinnsjd attempts to stir up trouble In Albania Me said'such attempts—which emanated from "certain circles 111 Italy and OragCQ) WOUlti I !.-. Into UM hands Of the Soviet Union -aid Mn attack % %  !! Ailld l"' a 'i'-'i given oc urrance for the Government of %  Sovtei Union Io lust Bcwh I %  s ji*i• v '^i;. >Mriei trorri Dsdjjai sUas> of cert 1 in 1 11..1. askd <. allOfSad thai %  Hv in Italy and had sent pasnoeusl In tfabrua \l luihwi %  IPI gays '"vi ^11 • Albania" Thi I DasU)sj '.< ged that aimed ian' hulists were being dropped over Albania —Reuter Frt'iTfh Preptwe For Rebel Assault SAIGON March 28 French defenders are now llfll t tits i big nan Vlctminh rebel attempt Tonkiiut deltj foUowlnJ in tne last M hours ol the hit and run prol.r northeu^tr dolls 1 northern partniH i ^ High Ooi -. i n loan China


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PACK TWO ii.\itu.\iM)s Aimii \TI: THURSDAY MABCM , Wl CaJiib Calling C \CH. FREDERICK K JASPKitN K.C D.B O who %  HI Kings*. %  and Mrs J.nsperson who had been %  T C A fbcg artll MOd ihree days In 1 ** returning to MpMrt tii.U.v tr agrit-i more Hotel, AC Si ..well to see ft Mr ,r u Ml From Toronto M Larkin who a rr t vad tm* • %  Itof and .'., %  tat f T.C A They wn liic lumber buamaai In Torontn H and hi* wife were • lasl year for u holiday. :in<] thty have hooked to return againaval M ar. — „ a i : .1 Hunker in ': I %  rw it th* Windsor Hottl. New Proprietor M R. ana MiJaraM H. Buckland and their *on Anthon> %  '< rday b) T C A Tin kr h. Ion, Ontario Mr. imtki.'.mi haa bought ii'< Sen WIMI Ouesl House mvn to H..irndoa uvci and %  Itli her* He lift vialtad Barbadai during the %  at. Long Leave M il and Mri DaoHf Bay* and UI.II ma Mi" .imong UH iirrlving from Cui lay toy a K.1..M. Cbartai Flight. Mr %  ho i with ihe c.P.I.M. Oil Campari) la on kttl leave Ht S ns to atl week. he. s: Kilt (br a month His wife cornea from st Kltta, Ti.rv ml) then return to Barbsdot to spend Ihe Ten their holidnv Scota Farmer M R. and Mrs. Lin Aiisiriither i from I'OT.KI.I >e>lan n T ''.A to spend a mpnth'a bollda) ;.' ihe worthing Guesi Hnuae Mi Anatruthei La a farmer in Argyll, Scotland Olf To U.S. M R. and Mi-. Ronald Tree lell ftilardaj iflatnooii ha Triiiidjid hv U.W.I A. en rout* to Ihe US Returning Shortly Bacfe To Curacao A FTF.il %  %  K 1 Company He uai on bM ntranait lVf Barbado Irom Trti treul I %  through i ii the rkK IH will take them fi.B.C. Radio Programme TIIIRWAV TH FTBRUAaV. IM1 Th* BV.i •* 1*"" I P.M. %  ..i — II I Europe The. will -jten.l Iwff weeks in %  turning to de Moulin :i. i .i I',i' and Co i 1 Holidaying With Parenta M R .IhKEKY LEWIS, XMI O. Mr. and Mr-. J K. Lewi.' BCTlvad from Canada y< %  T.C.A to spend a months holiday with his p-rents at "Baling Orova", Chrial < i Mi IAWI* works in 1 T.C.A. Engineer M R. AND MKS. Clarion Glenn ranv m on Or* T t A flight to spent about a week's holiday here staying at the Oceni. Glenn is with T (' A Uig Dcpatuncni m Mt>ireni. s 1 %  m FOotw; mature*., S *i %  m K nt-ci>m re* %  m Th* Hairs. Analyiu, 1 IS %  m tnKdl'oriaU. 7 am Pre>** PaiMlr 1 M .id G-oatall, leas. 1 4* am Uaunan' Choir*. m l-aml and Mvnlwli, %  M a m lla.iwall. %  4S am Spaiv ia B<-)•*•. • am Th* 1|.W.IIM l> tio a.m. Horn* N*> Uum — • 1% am Ctc-* Dn*.i am F r %  t a in m • Parad* i aaawm' (TMIC*: II I Bp*rial DUpalrh: II 0 %  pa BBM n %  ., <• %  i t e %  aaa Naw.i*i : P C i fSaaJ : Wi'iii akulil btapaarh. Im a II P %  r..-n ih. gaiwrtn*: ii IS P m *-II... l*U pm Ta ( m. Hodar 11 S pm TO-DAY GLOBE 5 & 8.30 p m. ; PROFESSOR WU-U-WONG? I CHINESE DOCTOR I MAGIC & MYSTERY 1 Around ll" Hnh-rt BMl H* Real Estate Ml AMONG the ii.v-..-r..:i. lesvmg by T C A ye-terday morning were Mr Alexindir Clii-.p" and Mrs C. Paul. Mr. Cheapo U *Q route to Scotland. MM. Paifa dwUnntlou %  Toronto. Searhells And Golf jkMU ALEXANDER I HI P1 En-route To England Laird of Slrathtyrum Scotland niui ownet t .' ,ilton", St Jama* left Bi T.C i to Scot M ISS CLARE IlROWN who spent four months' holiday ALBERT LI PAOE, Real L Estate Broker in Toronto. eompanieii b> Mr.. I rived from C:inndn ye> % %  T.C.A to spend two weeks' noU los The> an atjrjinai al to Enjoyed Stay M R AND MRS W E. BEGIN of Quebec City who arrive*! here March 3rd to apend : holiday have Ihonsagalj stay. Mr. Begin Is the owner of two meat Mull Thev ami t 'Me Windsor Hotel. St. Lucia Holiday COLIN He Ii aw 1 return in November bj CaTaanaaa, with Mr and Mrs. James Nieoi. \/i R COLIN MANM\i; lafl raatarday for Canada by "Meaira C. P. 1 TC.A. en route to the U K ietl by II W 1 A Also leaving yesterday by end for S! I the T C A -ti mule to the U.K. was ing ruS slay M wil! I Mrs. Ralph Beard his wife's family. Mi ( | of 'he most famous man In golf rirclaa throughout UH world U came he WantN '" II %  from a beach near St Andrew's An%  hoiiri.iv. had i> roturn regtantu owned bj Ian by TC.A, due to one or her roU;' lu • nh ,""" 1 certain rights livebeing seriously 111 However b v "" At: '' .she hopes to return shortly. _, T.C.A. Agent Niagnr/* Wine fR ANHMRS. K A. THOMAS A RRIVINC. '••"" Ttlnll da. i.v T (* A .Her rVmbdV I-i A,I, '" H ' C.A day b> T ( A atUT atiQliday in RMervntion VcPO |n Ontario. they have l.een atnying at the Bart) r bados Aquatic Club. spend n few daya In Trinidad. Mr Thomas i> Prcmdent of T G. Here for uboui tl Bnuht and Cu Wine Producers, staying at UH 0 m Vwrw HotaL M RS <; PAUL who had come Golf Courac, Scotland. Si down to Barnadoa for n pong drew'-, Golf Course was M" CROSSWORD %  1 %  rr > 7 1 — 1 • Junior Short Story Competition The Evening Advocate invites all rl.ildren under 12 lo entci for ilJunto* Shor< Story Competition The best story will be publUhed v.'i Monday n The Evening Advoratr, and the winner will receive a prize to the value of 1/6 In either books or atatlonery. The siuriecan bo on any subject under the sun but should not l>c more than 30f' wotds in length, and must rcnch The Children's Editor, The Advocate Co Ltd.. City not later than Wednesday everv wee*. NOTE: Stories must not be copied. Send Ibis c upon with your story. JUNIOR SHORT STORY COMPETITION Name School Form Home Addreaa • ^!g^ Se^ 9CAtf$T?c ui .B.W I Sole ogetifs for Barbados Leeward and tFfndttMrd tilav.ds. %  xm O-'P I 131 ia nun*.. (SI r a -iin aauga. ISI ii %  'i *•* PS acruaa m*> nave cauwa It. I9I ii.d <-tln with mm ti will annum |g| Kta>rnsi HI re*erlbie ruga. <* in rown runiant." II. %  rou r>*c>.iiii in Ariu>. I ^S Piii-thioam I'nrt HI tht rbUrOB. 141 rtu laaai aatt mctw a Datum. iai IIUH II i ma israr. 6. *ur. in 1. •season IJ Till in wnin I7| (.UIIR dMuMtleo. tat uas 'rtnrloi lo rnaae (fl %  taapaaaa m Ii ram Uoan i> U'l* Da-at %  %  .., ,. ( ... ui AOIATKIUH n.XK.MA :.mb.r.Only) TOMOMT AT -Tr POT WITH (.11 COUMENCINti KNIIIAY 3DTII IM.AOniNI.H Bill US lllh OKI AM HOI r" ar r.HANT o M.11..1 IliY „ M,., ,„ IXH'CI.AS I k j Lioness Leu 1 is Among Film Stars PALM SI-RINGS. : .1 27. A hungr) Uoneaa aacap her eage at a circus eoatunw ball today and i^:IB minutes she cavort.-d among Bun stars and other celebrities, Thyn she wax cuptured, thnnks to an elephant boy, .1 DhosOaraplWr iin^ .'inger Allan /OI Sonja Hanie, Wlllla .,I.,I rin %  nd J'-Bi I .. partj liiven at a ranch club b> insurance aian In ramou* of bJ^ r tbday. .In" % %  liar nnln1.1l \i "t.a. leaving u Iippg 1 oul behind and heai • a litcd Sin. ... parked oul he clrcua lerd The I.-%  1 1 %  round for a while and th) Uiic Inn If [hat armed with cli.1 Allan Jonot. Rcnaldo 11 San Franclaco am) phi 1 Into a mi %  1 iikeepera pui B rop kg and led net lint the hero %  •( the affair wa? boj Rudolf i^ lie moved his elephants over t<> ihe ten! entrance and kepi peopli Inside Ihe ii nl and th %  do Idtle datnage The circus owner hired HiiH %  %  the Rind <*r boy whd : Hentei y V%.\'£\ Theatre. Bridgetown (DIAL 2310) %  ST i sMona Tonw — ii t %  •> r *i nilLANCASTER 1',r*.ni UAVQ ,n THE FLAME AND THE ARROW Colur bv Tchfil MATINEE TODAY 1 90 P M •Monosram. Do..ibl*> • Qaeaaj Th* BBHJatf Hay. I. 'Ajion/a ALLar a HI W % %  'ML Sli. II I iin H.-ld. M.DOWAII -rauMai ISLAND u II> \ \t l J l..\ZA Theolre-O/eT/A/ [DIAL 8404) TIMBER STAMPEDE & INDIAN AGENT Miami* Saiarda? n,i i "1 (HI V41-I Jamr. Wartrn and •WILD HOK-I SjrSA Tim Holt . AIL I V— [THE GARDEN) ST. JAMES LAST SHOW inMii — %  ui r M Kli.-ii. ataafe lliaan la iBathl CMU silk SADDLE & DAIDERSaf llir BOKDEK III) \IH l\TI KM i DON II AN111) l> I "in aiota-. Ii Tim Holt Do you wish to know if you will marry, travel, divorce? Have children, riches, happiness* To know your Lucky Daya and Numbers? Have you lost or anyone stolen anything from You" Do you wish to know when to buy or sell any business or prop%  tij Iyour sweetheart deceiving you? Are yoti sick and cannot be cured? Which profession suits you best? Atk me any important question in your "Ijfc". Do not matter how difficult. I will answer for— / SEE! I KNOW! 1 TELL! FREE COUPON—PRIVATE READING. Vou are privileged to ask only 3 questions, place same In an envelope and send It to DR. WONG, e/o Globe Theatre which must reach me not later than 1 p.m. on the .days of my show When buying your ticket at night tell ihe Ca.'hicr your name and you will receive your answers In a scaled envelope. Where will jnu bf silling. PIT. HOUSE or BALCONY? 2 You can use any oilier paper beide IWj Coupon *-*****,'**,**•**,->'.-.',*,*,*-,*,','.*,*.*,',*,*,*,*,*,*,*,*, v*y////vAv. .*-.-*--,*-*---**',* HHIIM.! II limit) ilhl, Marrli 260 MILLION PEOPLE HA VE READ and LOVE thii BOOK! Rnbhy DRISCOLL a. Jim Hawkins S Robert NEWTON a. I.011K John Silver Dasll SYDNEY u Captain Smollett PLAZA [IRIDCETOWN-S MOST POPULAR CWNKMA.I end Continuing DAILY The greatest ADVENTURE of them all! ___ Oicncg's 4ji*easure JS"^ — St BSSJ> twin MIIIM • USI SIMTI EMPIKE Last 2 shows Today 4.45 A 8 30 p.m. J Arthur Rank presents • tin: BU h LAGOON with Jean SIMMONS. Donald HOUSTON, nnd James IIAYTER now Todji Only— < 3. t |5 p m RepnbluWhole Serial . • GHOST py XIIRRO rrlday Only 4 30 .V I IS pa Republic Whole Serial . "JAMBS HHIITIIKRS lit HlSSOl HI ROYAL Taday A Tomorrow 430 a 830 p.m Republic Action Double •DESTtNATiOft HOI st: nit; With Robert ROCKWELL. Dorolhy PATRIC AND SOI TH OF RIO With Monte HALE Roy BANCROFT %  OLYMPIC I ..( Z Show* Tad.y J0 1 a 15 pm Columbia Smashing Doublo Ellen DREW and Robert STANTON in . • SIM: WIIII.I: VOU it IMCB AND %  TIII: cratjvovw with Karen MORLEY GLOBE THEATRE TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 p.m. DR. SATAN Piofessor WU-U-WONG INTERNATIONAL MAGICIAN >; ' firlro Special.' T/ie FEATURITTE WAB.TT PSSIJKV i***r.:.ii, TCCilNIC0lOR V ^ %  %  .: A Small Selection of Exclusive Model Day-Frocks by "Dorville" oi West-End Fame also A few Black & Silver Brocade EVENING IIAMIHAI.s at prices from S14.35 \viiirni:i.ii!i YOUR SHOE STORE 15. BROAD ST BUTTERICK PATTERN SERVICE S and S Is Truly the lincst of It I N So Mellow in n hiuhhatl So Smooth in o Cocktail It is simply Superh. Try il nnd you will he convinced. SWAM fi SAMPSON' (1938) LTD. Headquarters far RDM To-night riail MORGAN The most Beautiful JViyfcr Club fror* trim a irorld-trfde reputation /01 Miami to Rio good food Music. Dancing Entertainment throughout tht night Dial 4000 lot reurvationi I COMPLETE CHANGE OF ACTS I and PROGRAM. :• 8 :| SPECIAL ACTS FOR THE KIDS. •: :• Plicae Mt. Pit 12, Houie 24, Bal. 36, Box 42 | •: 8 iron must .8 : : i J ADULTS Pit 24, House 48, Bal. 72, Box 84 J; |-:jZ)o7 Miss WONG -HE'S TOPS \ GLOBE ENAMELWARE A wide range It seleci from... CUPS and PLATES DnaOSt CARRIERS JUGS SAUCEPANS KITCHEN SINKS BASINS CHAMBERS TOILET SETS SOAP DISHES TABLE TOPS OPENING TO-MORROW Slocked by our IIARDWARD DEPARTMENT Telephone No. 2039 Tin: II \IIII voos < o-on it \ i !vi OTTON FAt'TORV LTD. k 5yeai/i DONALD O'CONNOR Patticia Medina • Zasu Pitts Ray Collins • John Mclntire ^"FRANCIS" Tfie lalkins * w • PLUS DUKE ELLINGTON ANO Satf gU: a. MviD STftJI AdlfM I'M IM hn*tl bf DAVID STUD •c*-.rf IT *oai*T UTHuR tXricM tr ajrTHUli luail a uiiYtuwi latta-uiioMi nctuat ORCHESTRA SYMPHONY IN SWING AND THF, DELTA RHYTHM BOYS PLUS: LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE. NORTON MOORE BDDY MALI. KEITH SEALEY ERROL BARNCT RALPH BELCHAVE . MILTON ..Shine) BRAITIIW \ITE -Nr. Ord • Win. A sot. "atj %  "I Wish I Kin "Tenessee Waltz" Gawai ">" i OTIIA TAYLOR ; Prices : Pit 16c: House 3r; Balcony Hie: Boi '.l< | >


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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Thursday, March 29, 1951
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EXHIBIT* Kill li l i
Oil Middle East is
-----------1 new trouble spot
R It f' Oovl .grant cut
.._. 1{X) wiJ| |{)je |(jb?
T C A PORTERS p,clrl ,urf.y loiulm, B.rb.do. nhlblu l.r
u Britrnh Induumi rur on boird U> T c A plan
Eilublti .1. b.in, Down !,.. of eott to u>. O.K. br T.OA TMa
1. th. am urn. th.t Barbido. will n.re > .und .1 a, 1 1 r.
East Follows West
In Nationalisation
Suez Canal may be next
_,_ CAIRO, March 2.
t, n EGYPTIAN Opposition newspaper Al Asms said
i Bill to nationalise the Suez Canal Company had been
submitted to both Houses of the Egyptian Parliament bv
.- journalist lawyer.
It was the first bill submitted by a non-member of
Parliament under a special clause In the Constitution, the
paper said.
According to the paper the Bill suggested that shares
in the Canal Company be transferred to the Egyptian
Government and shareholders compensated with Treasury
Bonar..
Barbados
Represented
At B.I. Fair
This year for the first thne
Barbados will have a stand nt
the British Industries Fair. Sev-
eral Barbadian exhibits left ves-
terday. being flown direct to En*
land via Canada free of charge
by T C.A. Exhibits which left
ye-ler,l;iv wore seven cartons of
rum. a package of local photo
graphs from the Barbado* Pub-
licity Committee and three (an of
local *ugai
About two week* ago the Har-
rison Line look up other exhibits
In fiee of cost. They syre, two
bundle* of sugur curve, n mlnla-
luie rum cask, some Barbndn<
Sea bland cotton sample* nnd
other sample* of local handicrafts
C.D.C. MAY GROW
COCOA IN B.H.
'From thir Own ''dnripouknti
LONUOK. March 23
Colonial Development C<
porution experts, it is understood.
are now considering plans for
tccoa.growing as an "extra"
ihe Corporation's projected sheep
und dairy farm in British Hon-
duras. A statement is expected
vhtittl> Irom C.D.C. h eadq unite rr
here.
An explanatory note to the draft
said: "The British Labour Govern.
lent nationalised public utlHties,
nd some eastern countries such
s Persia are following this wist
policy."
The Sum Canal Company is
French controlled with the liilt-
Ish Uoveinim-nt Holding 4< per
fll of the MBM
The Egyptian Government be-
came a "privileged partner m
the tomj-any by a new agree-
ment signed two years ago Thi*
guaranteed Egypt wen per
cent of the Company's gi'*s
profits.
The Company agreed to employ
nine Egyptians for every Foreign-
er on the administrative stafT and
four for every OM on the technical
staff. The whole property is due
H PtVVrl to the Egyptian Govern-
ment nt the end of a 99 vear con-
.sjlon in
Renter
%V %R Re<^ C'1'n* put up U|Ttf \WM Bfilain will buy
"'"* stubborn fight ^* V">W Cuban sugar tobacco
U.N. MEET STIFF RESISTANCE
'Fight Profiteers*
MADRID. March 28
Gener.nl Franco mnde a strong
ttack on food proii leers and
i|>eculalors to-day in his first
public speech since the recent
Barcelona cost of living riots
Addressing Madrid's Municipal
Council on the 'wellth annive>-.
V of the entry ol Nationalist
troops into Madrid m Spam's
Civil War, he gafd "ll is the duty
of everyone to tight against profit-
eers.
"It is intolerable that there
should exist poople who take m
vantage of the poverty and mi
ery of others.
Renter.

Strengthen Ties
With Britain"
Chifley Tells Electors
SYDNEY. March 28.
AUSTRALIA'S' IJVBOUR LEADER. Joseph B. Chifley.
tonight pledged his parly to halt inflation, eliminate sedi-
tious and subversive activities, and attack nil forms
industrial sabotage.
Chifley was opening the Labour opposition campaign
for the national elections due on April 26.
"The Labour Party is second to none in its opposition
to Communism" he said.
""* "At the same time the Labour
movement refuses to be panicked
MIDDLE
EAST IS
SHAKY
Morgan Says
NEW YORK. M*rcb W
General Sir William Muisaii
ho is touring the United Slates
to explain Britain's rearmaroeir
programme said here today that
the Middle East was "one of the
shaky places at the moiiw.it"
Brit h forces available to deai
ith adverse developments then*
an inadequate he said at o
ran conference.
He mentioned the posslbilU> ot
In Persian and Iraq oil
field', and added "I do no*, knov
fi mi where we shall get trwp>
"We cannot lose oil and if there
showdown we shall have to
Ami troops from somewhere"
That if. the main reason why
want the Kashiflr dl'putc-1
sorted out" he said "If it wen
'fled Pakistan certainly and
India probably would be prepare*,
to send troops in such an cmer-
Oegaare] \ioig-n who u
Chairman of Britain's Research
Policy Sub-Committee on Guid-
ed HtaaUaa said he would like
to see a United States Air Force
based at *omc place where it
could help m the Middle East.
The United States 'would be
ell advised to have one there
Sir William said Britain wa*.
.-cpmg pare with developments
new weapons These included
guided mlawles now largely de-
signed in Britain and tested o-
Wi.rn.i-., Range in Austral-i-
the "most magnificent range in
the world" for testing such mis
SilCB Renter
Nehru Condemns
Anglo-U.S \ 111troarh
To Kashmir
NEW DELHI. March 28.
Prime Minister Nehru told tin
Indian Parliament to-day tha
the 'entire approach" "of thi
amended Anglo-American reso-
ution on K.nhm.r now besnta tte
Sc urity Ouncil was "taati'JaiCv
wrung" nn t ta'rti nitW not
'crept any'hln,: Mat resuhtd
from that i Dproach.
The Prin
lid not conamr :nhttri.tion a*
-uited to th? solution of ll-o
"complex problem like rtemih-
. ;it the present .isnger-
ous Hineturp There were BaSO
certain essential principle*, on
Men India could not c*.mpro-
mise.
Renter.
U.K. BUYING 500,000
TONS CUBAN SUGAR
Britain Will Buy Tobacco
(From Our Own Currr*p*rndent)
,__ HAVANA, March 28.
ITiere is bad news to-ni**** ? *r* in Havana not only
for sugar growers of th* a*i./ire but lor Empire tobacco
planters and fruit growers t< r Cuba and Britain are on
the point of sinning a far-racfifnff trade agreement. By
terms ol this. Britain guarantees to take 500.000 tons of
Cuban sugar a year in 18S1, 52 and 53. She will also agree
to buy "very substantial quantities" of Cuban tobacco and
Iruits mainly pineapples and grape fruits____________
in
i?
eturn Cuba ta g.ving Britain
some tariff concessions on automo-
biles. Industrial machinery and,
chemical products. Most import-
ant of these t.inff concessions con-
cerns ears Hitherto America has
enjoyed preferential tariffs and
.uitomobllM. Now British car
importers will not have to pay an)H
more than Americans in tariffs.
This should provide a stimulus to
British can here in Cuba where
various makes such as Morris and
Austin already have a good i
hold. Up to now on car
less than $790 at the faetorv. Hi
lain has paid 16 per cent rim*
against America'* 12 per cent.
From now on that difference goei
and both countries will pay 12 per
cent.
On cars priced at between S7M
and si.500 al the factory the dif-
ference between American and
British tariffs payments had been
live and a half per cent Cars
costing over SI.500 at the factor*!^^t" T!',' ^T
the difference had been*: per cenf ' "h r
Now British and American ,..: ol
all types will come in on level
terms. A high Cuban official said
to-night "We retard the car tariff
clause as a very Important conces-
sion by us." The official *nid that
tiic amount of Cuban tobacco to
be bouht yearly by Britain will
be "approximately the >amr as
before the w.h. "
Juitfle Visit At 80
STUTTGART March 28
Eighty year old Mother
C.ertrudis of the Franciscan
Convent al Eis.sen. Wn;
letnt.cn B.iden has left Cei-
many by air for Braid
where she plans to visit
Convents in tne heart of the
jungle She was accom-
panied on her journei- h.
55 Search For
Globemaster
SKIPPER ADRIFT
LONDON, March 2A
The Captain of lbs BH-ton
Panamanian steamer SrmirJmls
adrift alone in j no..* ull
Egypt's Mediterranean coast to-
day after the British steamer Carl-
tan hod picked up 17 survivors
from the foundered vessel. Lloyd*-
hhippmg Intelligence reported lo-
night Reuter.
POCKF OSBE I c RT I *RTOON ANCASTJ K
' vSJ l|
!D
!HH
... ;.| aAiLWAt* firs Ilia- tml 1 J| Vy
"Thi m.mfti aid. What (or a (ol,. I law h,. ol ..til,.' if 1 Mm
He said that the pineapples and
grape fruits would be in "distinct-
ly interesting quantities" As tht
sugar acreement calls for half ol
a million tons to start this vear,
the official said "W can oxper'
see srupmetiM .(art very soon
rnct almost iminediatelv after the
:i.Ticrnent is signed "There, is
no doubt in the minds of Cubans
that the agreement is praetically
conrluded."
They arc Just putting the final
touches at Torquay now," said the
official"' and the full detail* will
be announced by bot1'
ments maybe at the end of this
"ek "
The ai'ici ir.cni is certain. It is
understood thnt in Cuba's talks
with Canada she want:. io sell Can-
ada a minimum of 100.000 tons of
BUgai vearlv for tluee to flW yeari
but in talks are mien
hs 'e not gone so smoothly as with
the United Kingdom.
'We are not nearly so far ad-
vanced with the Canadians, said
the official, "and I don't think
that there will be an announce-
ment about a Canadian agreement
when the Torquay conlercnce
ends"
Britain has agreed to pay Cuba
"the prevailing world market
price for her sugar." Thi--. price
will be calculated on a sliding
scale m accordance with Inter*
national fluctuation*. If the price
goes upso does the figure. In
1938 Britain paid i:383 100 foi
Cuba tobacco
e <*y
E- Gormair Police
Shoot At U.S. Bust s
BERLIN. March 28
West Berlin police headquar-
ters announced tnnt East German
Peoples' police to-day fired sev-
iT.il shots nt five Unite: BtgrihM
army buses carrvinp American
tourists.
The incident occurred at Pots-
damer Ptatz. BerUn's troublo
spot where Rritish, Soviet and
Arneracan sectors meet. Nobody
was injured Renter.
FAMILIES REMAIN
LONDON. March 28
A Britith Foreign Office spokes-
man said to-day that the British
Oove.-nment had 1-een informed
bv the Anglo-Iranian Oil C
pany that it had no intenuon o(
-ithdrawing employ
from oil refineries
nto gaoling of striken
On Foreign policy, Chifley sa;d
Labour had always favoured
course of co-operation wuh the
United States, but: "It is imperv
tive that our relations with Britain
should be strengthened and that
the principles of the United
Nations should be frmly adhered
to." His party would firmlv op-
pose the rearmament of Japan
Reulrr
Throe Die In Plane
Crush: Oik* Saved
RIO DE JANEIRO. March 28
According to reports received
here today the pilot and two
passengers died when the single
wngincd four sealer aircraft i"l
llded with the electric wires and
crashed on lire in the town,
Pnrsidcute EpiUut. st.itcn yestei
da,
The plane was being flown by
Is owner, a coffee farmer, and
earned as passengers the Mayoi
uf President* Epltacto and the
Chairman of the City's Munici-
pal Council All three died im-
mediately.
The only survivor was U*a
fourth occupant of the aircraf
a local businessman who escaped
with minor injuries.ft*t*r.
FRANCE
HAS FOUR
BURDENS
SAYS AURI0L
NatW York, v
President of Franx
Aurlol said on arrival in New
York to-day that hi. rouatn ..
ee*tuiety determined" to real*.
any possible a.u.r*aa*oti Me aunt.
ua suiement an bgsrd He lf
Feaae* juai before he I
New Y.rk harbom The PreSkatlll
said he would m*' l hange genera 1 \ Igajsj
President Truman nn the worli
situation but that any political de-
tails would ba lefl
netween Rt-tei; Schuman. Kren. I
Forelen Minister and IV V
son. Secretary of State
The President told th. pre.
that France was making great r<*
eoveiy |bj the face 01
uacultlei i RgonstruoUon ol
The
-*i i
ala

sjaiagt !' mn unli i
o' equipment foi which I'mim
was vary grain,
tatsa f.'i ,k .t.,i 4 i
ment pros
LONDON. March U
American planes following
sport that debris had l>een >.c<-i.
today. Intensinc,
search for the AnsSTica'i
C. obemaster plane missing since
last Friday with M people m
b'-ard A group of small valloa
cojacts and some long boards
were reported to have been
Sighted by a Flying Foitru**
about 33 mile-* .southeast of tlw
spot where a valise from th I
Globe-master was picked up by a
*cathr ship on Saturday.
Surface vessels were also .sen*.
in the area 600 miles south-we i
of Ireland. Later an Amencar
Airforce spokesman said the
vessel had not located ilw .....r-f; "were In |o-
search including 36 froni
.he United States Aircraft Car.
rter Oaral "e. 18 from the
' Air Force and one
'rom the Royal Air FOtti
Weather was reported to be good
with visibility ten miles.
Retiter
Halt Allied Drive
Towards Parallel
TOKYO, March 28
(JHINESE DEFENDERS battled stubbornly to
slow the United Nations advance north of
Uijongbu on the western front today, but the gen
eral lull of the paat four days continued over the
reat of the war zone.
Stiff fighting north east of the town continued
undiminished throughout the day By nightfall.
American troops who stormed Chinese positions
repeatedly, had not shifted the Communists.
Tn hand to hand fighlinK. Americana used white plios-
phorua franadei in an attempt to disltxbje a Chiaoae
rsltmatpd Id b*. of regimental strength, which eiffei
blockad Um United Nations northward advanea on Qw
V.\ M mi front
Governuionl
\> ill Fight
Paris Strike
ARGENTINA
AHEAD
MJEKOS AIIIES. Mnrch 28
Profaasor Honald Hichler. au-
thor of Argentina's atomic energy
project said that the "Argentine i.
ahaad ^i the ret* f the world"
iftci PTaatdanl Peron decorated
him with the Peronlst Med.il The
ceremony wai iittende.1 bv Eva
Peron. Mimbers of the Cabinet.
high ranking uflicri -. and Mrmlwrs
of Congress. Hwhter also received
from the Minister of Education
Mender Sun Martin tne honomrv
degree of DsSaM In th'1 BuaQOI
Air-* Universitv
Keulrr
M VIM |fff \1 ItlOl,
.111> loin ear] has
Franee"
i Schumaa, Ftrnrn Fin
cign laaalsttl ! .I Keulrr thai I"
was most certainly going to take
opportunity ut u'viewmi: W||h
Acheson a number w 111. ll r-V,: ... I ,\
| ...
North Atlantic I'.
Of Western BuTOpi
bility of . ! )
Foreign Ministers
Hv IIAHOI.lt KIN'fi
I'AltIS, March 2A
'. and Utter struggle
between Government and Parli
"' DUi worker*
i obablo tonlsjhl .. b>
S* Uh I .,| down
eras
nt
A* this, iha Kiiii .i.i. .nd tralnlssa Parti draw fa . loaa
h< vi ik. Committee li >
i "m uld nuh! to Iha tad to gair<
a 1.1 goat riao" At iha an
li 'agHaUon" wa
. .
j i..ii -ink.- last
i i mi. ibj Own rnn i
iiuich adnuaslon Ihai Um coal
laa-t M" i "'nt
last August and corn
i
nt uiih i
I lit.
mtum m now i
larminad t.. iigm || pg
pun sti batsra' 26 pat eant demann
v luui i. ...i. nn i.,i umi-M*i t tire a hundred iniiiergrniip^
""i i m.'.'.Ii.j to an
safety <>f llnsa rfott ninnli
i lea !. order
Uirn to WOtS tOdst; under requisi-
tioning which eriuiiK imprison
obeyed
Re-Mi"
Aim BUI For
Wages 11 un iUs
On the question of thl| i i
T- tSjDM Si B : an .i that hiv
Impression wns that Iha BQVlef
Union was anxioua to i.<
I
ers IMtS egn^ll.
.jirlt
Deserters
HI- ::!.!'., March 28
A Ijntish Army spokesman con-
firmed to-day that four British
infantrymen who were reporte by the Soviet Tarn news agency
to have deserted to eastern Osr-
tnany. have "> ''ct been absent
since March 4 The spokesman
could not say where they had gone
but British military sources hinted
they had probably gone over |a
eastern Germain Reutrr
RUMOUR DENIED
UJNDON. March 28
Official Government ujuarter*
iOH dssalad thai Hntain wa*
consiaering a plan to abolish the
partition of Ireland
Reports circulated overseas by
an Ann i iran news agSJW] OJUOtl
rallable sources as laylnsj
Sn tnioi, would ba sndaai
ruled Ireland would be brought
int.i the Commonwealth
strengthen the defence front
Renter

The Presidential pa
the French LtllS ofAeSS
police mot'ii. vela '
rrancfa coloui i
here a '.[.< lal 'mil
to take them to Wu>hingiu
Reuter
QRBNAOA alareh za
Hi.....a their three-quarter-hour
ins morning tin |
turs pa ed Ihg flnal '!<;<'* of tn<
BUI anpoassraDg the Quvsttaoi \>
establish Wages Council* wtllCfl
will ba the nrst step to sndsavom
the recent agiinilturui
strike now in ttw I
... .of the three week truce A Bals> I
have! Committee which considered tht.
Hill 11 iha sad report
ed wiih nn major smendmenti
nd lt| passage was unsi mtfi
<;< remor Arundell lafi
yestardai In M MI *n*xr on
st Luela
Tn,. s; Luela Potlea Party on
atrlks duty Mrs also ral u i I
the same opportunity Itu Q>
v went t*
i iiie does
aith ii..
>rt fit In u
h.....
Allied aircraft pounded roads
and Communist supply p
the rear of Chinese forces in an
endeavoui to isolate dM
On the central front, Col
troops a.,. kali. irpei-.
figging into defence petition*
straddling mountain ridges alon-,,
the 3>th parallel I :
Nation- (orcSS pati'illulg the 10
miles "middle" front, me*
turn in m mors thiui platsaai
trength
No Mention
An Eighth Arn.v evening com-
munlqus described Comn
poaltlon north ^r injosigsu .. >
i sat i but *i.! n nilSMj i
United Nations
Frontline reports did i
lion three Chins*
U tluc" unit'* nnslnsisst
t'liougbu lost night Thr
nuij nays boon hit At ad In to-
day's action
MaeArthur La I
sonsj (ii'itti.io:,,.!. ||

Korea wSTS still trying to
distribute arntCMii Io Ihi
Bras ii>' int.- in-.iv. loaaas fi^m
Aided ttacki
The Fii Eastern Commander's
statement was based nn observa-
tion of United Ms
tO i | I on tlir new
massing tn the central from gusl
north. Of the 3Hth paii.il-
than I.00U Communists
|iorted to be dlugtii). m;
aeTenmve nevltio^
Donhweal or the fcev fi m
sJtfSjl oeettpM by United Nsiioi<
troops last week Th.-v
ting down mountain ihi
stunted j met* to convcAiitsulS their
.. , Eight Arrested
TEHERAN M
Eight mrmlMM i of tl
ers of Islam" nei i
rsatsd hare te-da lot idnttmr. to
kid l'.-1-i^n I'reiiiii i '
Poltrs dla lossd
of the orgsniss
sain Eulfs)
picked io sssasstnaw Prei
I his offl" in T<
(imiit.'u.d and led Pom j
hid*- out

etu
I In
U.S.Can(;oAII
Out In 195.',
Washington. March 28.
The United si
hlliser Chi.rles WlUon .aid to-,!.,.
thai b lf*M tva i ill, if ne.
iK- abk to huM .in all out war
from production lines and Jt the
same Um.
nom) "
. the Senate Ap-
ms ('ommlttef ft
[too,on in cash iiiui $i .o'io ooo.noo
in loan Ith author!!) to efk rats
an expanding Defi nee P
Hi od Although the Pro-
ductli Procran el
i ell. 1 i .,i,i...' be
' i.ing our
itanUlsgUon efforts"
Reuter
RU THE AllVOt'ATF.
THK NEWS
DIAL !! :
DAY OR NIGHT
SIGNS ENTRY BILL
WASHINGTON
Prs danl Truman nsji i
today to permit entry
United States Id pe-iple who were
ii.voJoiii.uy" members of in*
tConun mist oraanl a
tion abroi'd The)
barred Irom UlS
since the enactment of Iha Inh 11
ol Securii) Act last year which
nn hided all members Bl
members of the-*e <>rg.ini**atiorui
Heater
SHIP SUNK
lont> .-. MarUi :
North Korean
nunlque quoted in Tasa repoi'..
n London icimrted that
.,i.i..
*tuik rteni the eastern i
Reuter.
B.B.C. Staff Cuts:
100 Men Will Be Sacked
PLAN TO REFUSE
OVERTIME WORK
ations in sLuthern Persia.
Reuter.
LONDON. March 28
A r, vcriiinent spokesman an-
nounced today that some thou
sands of workers
arm.-imenls factories I
land have decided from to-
morrou to refuse overtime
work. He said this action would
families certainly slow down the rearm a-
id install-1 n.ent effort Factories aff*
elude the Governmeni arsenal
Woolwich. London Reuter
ir?om Our Oun CorrespenSe-t 0f the week, said a BBC spokes- of
LONDON. March 28 mm lhis .rtarnopn.
Wh.le the keenest rnmety hss He confirmed that then
been expressed regarding the .-xpectatitn of drastic curtml-
effect in foreign territories of the menM In services to the ceiemes
prospective cut In the RBC Over- Biggest worry is over the pros-
rieas Bl a result of the pecUve loss of 100 men. mans- of
r-duction of the government grant them .itlarhej to specialised Ian-
ad last n'gh*. assurances gunge staffs, will be difficult to
were foruiconung from official get back once they have been die-
sources today that services lor pursed.
colonial territories would be aff-c- In addition the provision of
ted only slightly The Colonial news and feature services in many
Office, inrough it- Broadcasting languages spoken thrrughoul the
Chief Mi J 11 Millet .s keeping Commonwealth BBC hi provided
a close watch on the situation In "** ii*'* with the fiamni B > colonies as the
preoaratlon of reeords tor schools
in Ihese terrltorir.
In to-day's News Chrnlcle the
well-known writer Verrvwi Bart- 'or the various informat;
lett drans attention to tne value \ices
hool programmes in Whlli Um bui seem>
colonial Irrntorie^ "whi ia.ll ompured with las' f
peoples are rapidlv advancing to- taouuo- thi ,i.- ol :4.C85d00u
wardf I??1!""! independence ,, lU, .,
which^wlll be democratic or to- tn- i.lt
talltarlan according to the les.l ,,n.
of education' il)fm
Hope is expressed that cut do- T,........
eissans may be modified by M
*ill
ices

Herbert Morrison as Foreign S<
r,ta.,. b.U- of h. BOTEd..l ,^!" '", ' '
ImowlMt* now of ikalmBon.....
of overseas broadcasting buil*
so successfully during arm -
V.'
w*s
iiTU'-io
BR C.
potni
It is possible that details of pro-
posed alterations to overseos ser-
vlces may be available nt the end
It i carts
Morrison as Ixird President of
the Council centrollen the <
tee which had to consider votes
ser- It i< expected t: .
Ocrman jnd frei
Trouble In Albania
Would Help Russia
Says Slav Minister
BKI.GRADE. March 2:;
VLADIMIR DF.rojER, Mt-mbi-r of the t-
('nmmiUfc of the Yugoslav Parliament and OlOM ggOOfliln
nl Marshal Tito, tn-duy condajinnsjd attempts to stir up
trouble In Albania Me said'such attemptswhich eman-
ated from "certain circles 111 Italy and OragCQ) WOUlti
I !.-. Into Um hands Of the Soviet Union
-aid Mn attack !! Ai-
lld l"' a 'i'-'i given oc
' urrance for the Government of
Sovtei Union Io lust Bcwh I
s ji*i v '^i;. >Mriei trorri
Dsdjjai sUas>
of cert 1 in
1 11..1. askd <.
allOfSad thai

Hv in Italy
and had sent pasnoeusl
In tfabrua \l luihwi
ipi gays '"vi ^11
Albania" Thi
I
DasU)sj
'.< ged that aimed ian-
' hulists were being dropped over
Albania
Reuter
Frt'iTfh Preptwe
For Rebel Assault
SAIGON March 28
French defenders are now llfll t
tits i big nan
Vlctminh rebel attempt
Tonkiiut deltj foUowlnJ .
in tne last M hours ol the hit and
run prol.r
northeu^tr
dolls
1
northern partniH i ^
High Ooi
-.
in loan China iaj ii.

fend thi
MBd ateaicr.


PACK TWO
ii.\itu.\iM)s Aimii \ti:
THURSDAY MABCM , Wl
CaJiib Calling
C\CH. FREDERICK K JASPKit-
N K.C D.B O who
hi Kings*.
and Mrs J.nsperson who had been

.
T C A
fbcg artll MOd ihree days In
1 ** returning to
MpMrt tii.U.v
tr agrit-i
more Hotel, AC Si ..well to see
ft Mr ,r u Ml
From Toronto
M Larkin
who arrtvad tm* ! Itof and
.'., tat
f T.C A They w ui. Windsor Hotel. Mr.
Lark in >n liic lumber buamaai
In Torontn H and hi* wife were
lasl year for u holi-
day. :in<] thty have hooked to re-
turn againaval M ar. _
a i
: .1 Hunker in .
': I
rw it th*
Windsor Hottl.
New Proprietor
MR. ana Mi- JaraM H. Buck-
land and their *on Anthon>
'< rday b)
T C A Tin kr h.
Ion, Ontario Mr. imtki.'.mi haa
bought ii'< Sen wimi Ouesl House
mvn to H..irndoa
uvci and Itli her* He
lift vialtad Barbadai during the
at.
Long Leave
Mil and Mri DaoHf Bay*
and Ui.ii ma Mi"
.imong Uh iirrlving
from Cui lay toy a
K.1..M. Cbartai Flight. Mr
ho i with ihe c.P.I.M.
Oil Campari) la on kttl leave Ht
Sns to atl week. he-
. s: Kilt (br a month
His wife cornea from st Kltta,
Ti.rv ml) then return to Barbs-
dot to spend Ihe Ten
their holidnv
Scota Farmer
MR. and Mrs. Lin Aiisiriither
i from i'ot.kI.i >e>-
lan n T ''.A to spend a
mpnth'a bollda) ;.' ihe worthing
Guesi Hnuae Mi Anatruthei La
a farmer in Argyll, Scotland
Olf To U.S.
MR. and Mi-. Ronald Tree lell
ftilardaj iflatnooii ha
Triiiidjid hv U.W.I A. en rout*
to Ihe US
Returning Shortly
Bacfe To Curacao
AFTF.il


- K 1
Company He uai on bM
ntranait
lVf
Barbado
Irom Trti
treul I
through
i
ii the rkK Ih
will take them
fi.B.C. Radio Programme
TIIIRWAV TH FTBRUAaV. IM1
Th* BV.i * 1*""
I P.M. ..i II I

Europe The. will -jten.l Iwff
weeks in turning to
de Moulin :i. i .i I',i'
and Co i1
Holidaying With Parenta
MR .IhKEKY LEWIS, XMI O.
Mr. and Mr-. J K. Lewi.'
BCTlvad from Canada y<
T.C.A to spend a
months holiday with his p-rents at
"Baling Orova", Chrial < i
Mi Iawi* works in 1
T.C.A. Engineer
MR. AND MKS. Clarion Glenn
ranv m on Or* T t A flight
to spent
about a week's holiday here stay-
ing at the Oceni. .
Glenn is with T (' A
Uig Dcpatuncni m Mt>ireni. s1"
m FOotw; mature*., S *i m
k nt-ci>m re* m Th* Hairs.
Analyiu, 1 IS m
tn- Kdl'oriaU. 7 am Pre>-
** PaiMlr 1 M .id G-oatall,
leas. 1 4* am Uaunan' Choir*.
m l-aml and Mvnlwli, M a m
lla.iwall. 4S am Spaiv
ia B<-)*. am Th* 1|.w.iim l>
tio a.m. Horn* N*> Uum -------------
1% am Ctc-* Dn*.i
am F r t a in m Parad*
i aaawm' (Tmic*: ii i
Bp*rial DUpalrh: II 0 Mewl I) 10 p m N*wi Anal*i'
1. m Cloa* Down
111 p Intnlud* fl tS p m
(fimma Parod*. I 00 p m Th* !
1 10 D oi N*w* Anaitai. '
W* BrlUlr. T p m Q*.>
pa bbm
n ., < i
t e
aaa
Naw.i*i
: P C i
fSaaJ
: Wi'iii

akulil btapaarh.
Im a II P
r..-n ih. gaiwrtn*: ii IS P m *--
II... l*U pm Ta( m.
Hodar 11 S pm
TO-DAY GLOBE 5 & 8.30 p m. ;
PROFESSOR WU-U-WONG? I
CHINESE DOCTOR I
MAGIC & MYSTERY 1
Around ll" Hnh-rt
BMl H*
Real Estate
Ml
AMONG the ii.v-..-r..:i. lesvmg by T C A ye-terday morning were
Mr Alexindir Clii-.p" and Mrs C. Paul. Mr. Cheapo U *q route to
Scotland. Mm. Paifa dwUnntlou ! Toronto.
Searhells And Golf
jkMU ALEXANDER I HI P1
En-route To England
Laird of Slrathtyrum Scot-
land niui ownet t .' ,ilton", St
Jama* left Bi
T.C i to Scot
MISS CLARE IlROWN who
spent four months' holiday
ALBERT LI PAOE, Real
L Estate Broker in Toronto.
eompanieii b> Mr.. I
rived from C:inndn ye>
T.C.A to spend two
weeks' noU los The>
an atjrjinai al to
Enjoyed Stay
MR AND MRS W E. BEGIN
of Quebec City who arrive*!
here March 3rd to apend :, holiday
have Ihonsagalj
stay. Mr. Begin Is the owner of
two meat Mull
Thev ami t 'Me Wind-
sor Hotel.
St. Lucia Holiday
COLIN
He Ii aw
1
return in November bj
CaTaanaaa,
with Mr and Mrs. James Nieoi. \/iR- COLIN MANM\i;
lafl raatarday for Canada by "Meaira C. P. 1
TC.A. en route to the U K ietl by II W 1 A
Also leaving yesterday by end for S! I
the T C A -ti mule to the U.K. was ing ruS slay M wil! I
Mrs. Ralph Beard his wife's family.
Mi ( | of 'he most
famous man In golf rirclaa
throughout Uh world U
came he WantN '- II '
from a beach near St Andrew's
An-

hoiiri.iv. had i> roturn regtantu owned bj Ian
by TC.A, due to one or her roU- ;',", lu nh,"""1 certain rights
live- being seriously 111 However b-v "" At: '' '
.she hopes to return shortly. _,
T.C.A. Agent
Niagnr/* Wine
fR ANHMRS. K A. THOMAS A RRIVINC. '"" Ttlnll
da. i.v T (* A .Her rVmbdV I-i A,I,'"H' C.A
day b> T ( A atUT atiQliday in RMervntion VcPO, |n Ontario.
they have l.een atnying at the Bar- t) r .
bados Aquatic Club. spend n few daya In Trinidad.
Mr Thomas i> Prcmdent of T G. Here for uboui tl
Bnuht and Cu Wine Producers, staying at Uh 0 m Vwrw HotaL
Mrs <; PAUL who had come Golf Courac, Scotland. Si
down to Barnadoa for n pong drew'-, Golf Course was
M"
CROSSWORD
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Junior Short Story Competition
The Evening Advocate invites all rl.ildren under 12 lo entci for
il- Junto* Shor< Story Competition The best story will be publUhed
' v.'i Monday n The Evening Advoratr, and the winner will receive
a prize to the value of 1/6 In either books or atatlonery. The siurie-
can bo on any subject under the sun but should not l>c more than 30f'
wotds in length, and must rcnch The Children's Editor, The Advocate
Co Ltd.. City not later than Wednesday everv wee*.
NOTE: Stories must not be copied.
Send Ibis c upon with your story.
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today and i^:- IB minutes
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other celebrities, Thyn she wax
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BARB VIM)* ADVOCATE
PACE TIIRII
B.C.U. Gets 246
New Members
PENSION SCHEMES WANTED
1951-52 Budget Analysed
These tables are a continuation of an anal]
Bai bad-w Government Budget 1951-52 made in the Legislative
Hon'bl.< H. A. Cuke of the
Council in Tuesdav.
THE SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT of the Barbados
Clerks' Union which was presented at a meeting held at "^"
the Y.M.C.A. Headquarters, Pinfold Street, yesterday, dis-
I bat the membership for the year 1950-51 had shown
Iciable increase. 246 new members were enrolled
and 30 were reinstated.
The Report adaed This shows should do so as soon as possible. tt3fi
that contrary to popular belief, Unless they were going to get to- 1*40
boa aartrtanti la Bridgetown will gather as a body and giv* publica- 1*41
in Uie Union. Our further *ur- tlon to their view*, no one km 1MI
cess will greatly depend on the going to know them 1943
iiL.poii the Union receives from The Annual Report and Finan- 1
who work alongside the rial Statement were adopted.
i-on-Unionist at the counter Con- Th* foitowirs wi . 3toifi
riwums >,., Mr Charln
l*r*Hdrn<'. Mr Camcior
S Kins
TABLE V
FABLr SHOWING V AM I 111 SI(;\R IKOI' AMMiOVHINMtM RKVI M t IKIIM lt)*IOMI
DiTiEs, txcisi- AND income tax
W-rrtary Mr M Walro
Klnch. Mr L. now. Mr C
Mm C Koonaj.-. Mim C
Mm. K Sri.HWn. )M*mb>
Cemmliw. of Mlraltmni I
IMS
1846
1947
1948
1949
1950
*-. Oaa-
US?
'
121.368
117.500
111,724
107,871
112,253
108.879
113.324
lltJM
119.835
109.424
I ifJMt
129M6
arraal Vata*
rasr'a ro rtt.# )>
Cro CM. Tr.l < .it
** a Mi*
: Cm v r i.i.
*
t*M JIM
156.442 48 72
97.224 60 38
inn 373 M.74
imjtm 68 92
133.273 87.11
104.S02 76.17
119.448 86.11
133.720 95 91
111.222 10V 14
78.226 141 43
152.731 116.87
158.162 131.27
. I.r !'>
fr.Vim.U-o
1951
1952
160 Ol'ii
|IM N
slant effort must be applied to th<
problem of organising the unoi
gi naStd, and some proper methtnl
f colli-cting subscriptions must be
An examination of the state-
man| .r accouatg shows that iher*> *]__ aywyw. iMiatBaTi ci >
has been a great improvement
ihe income from subscriptions, but c."c ~Wo"ri^' svuMnb*. "i3r"i!' H'
'hi* expense* Incurrad in running wiqbbbm iHom Audnen. Mr a i
lb* Uhlan wo very gnat The im- B"no* ,CI"*'
i rtanea of capital cannot be __________________________ ,
ftre\l loo lightly, and when it _, t _, *.
w^*7l>'Vb7i5a3 B dos "** Ha8
' %Pi52L , a* union Nwly 100 Members
-'uruig Ihe past year to secure an The Y.W.C A. al prex-nt ha*
at of wages for the whole nearly 100 members and they arc
of the trade have met with a great all very keen. Every evening af- *
ter four o'clock, when the girls Uw ind Order nnd the Administration Justi
7.622
5.870
6.699
7.514
8.944
7,960
10.286
12,825
12,189
11.084
17,849
Ml18J6
1.921
2.309
2.187
2.791
3,145
3.9
4.512
6.633
7*75
7.624
7.820
1,266
!.*
1.304
1.609
1.424
1.716
2.023
2.562
3.375
4.115
3 787
4.065
$22 240
M.6M1
88.928
'4.110
54.196
291
305
284
356
450
533
653
929
970
910
849
954
9-Ull
9972
364
308
8M
HI
1.271
I.4
1.836
2 286
2,288
2,850
2.988
2 901
33.600
$3,760
SF.AWELX OFFICER
FOR TRINIDAD COURSE
Mr J 1 i
Manager ami Caaft
wfii Airport,
bodoa on V mil-1 no a
course of training m Ihe
Civil Aviation Department The
course, which will i- i'.
half month*' duration, will cover
An Navigation Lean.lat.ni, Tnaars
of Plight and Air Traffic Control In
general
The Civil Aviation Department
in Trinidad has agreed to loan this
Government the services of Mr
Leo Boland, Control Officer. Grade
II. during the period of Mr Arris*
training and It is expected that Mr
Finland will be arriving in Bar-
bados to-day.
Harbour Log
M I
In Carlisle Bay
SeHtfrnrM <*h OWi.

CAPITAL Bl'DGKT
__ TABLE IV
' \l I Sim i hi FX< Ll'SIVi: OF CONTRIBUTIONS UNDER
W_ C D W
Expenditure a* per Rrtimates
Add Increase on Printed Estimates
-..585.97 :'
IM 008
fjggltmfttM
Returns From
Three Wee kg Tour
I Hn.M It Walla**. Yartl
CaMblttw. Brh Burma t> Mr" Laud-
>lph r*i H.r> OIH. *.- Gardrnli
D'OMa*. Brh gin
. *.** WwW-rful CMl|.
nlor. Ya*hl IWkaroo. .4.1. In. Hi*
M Bmiih. Jrh niur Noa* Mac
ARRIVAL*
S 8 Bonaire. I MB torn
v > |Vi. from Madeira
nri'Aiiri'hi^
FrankV t> R SI Ion*
Saab laa n.m.h (.man.
Less Expenditure C D. and W
Ijim July, the President made have completed their work, they Public Services a"
an appeal to the Barbados Cham Hock over to 'he Y.W.C A. to b.
*-r of Commerce for an increase play table tennis. c."
generally, and the introduction of At present table tennis is the
I'lT.sion Scheme in as many only game, but the Activities d.
Ural ns poMible. Increases have Committee, which recently held a
been granted, and some firm* have meeting are making arrangements
.i.trtviiirer! Pension Scheme* on n *r other game*,
contributory basis, while others Ttie Y.W.C A. library I*
hive them under consideration, equipped with some very inter-
_. estlng magazines which were given
Waajaa Board Set Up by various people interested in
During the year, a Wugcs Boar (statutory was set up, and their collection of fashion books and
na which came into effect the Matron told the Advocate
from LK'cember IUMI have been of yesterday that she is expecting
benefit to most shop assistants. In another supply of books shortly
addition, many will now obtain and would be thankful to any one
- I's holiday with pay. w'ho offer some.
The Union feels that the time Arrangements are now betna
(as come for this Act to be amend- made to hold classes. An easel
ed and a sub-Commit toe was ap- and """^ uoard will be placed in
Itable ,np nalt nd tne "lrl4 wl" ^ lj
Social Ser\-iees
Government
operating Dept
Roads
Water
AgTicullure &
Pttheries
Shipping ft Airport
Eire Brigade
Education ..
Medical
Housing
Post Office
Sugar Estate
Funds Past
Fu run-
Current Revenue
Accumulated Surplus
240.38H
MaV.....
118,709
;s.02:
28.000
228,1 ffi
88.es i
285.080
Maao
501
111,898
491.384
*nd
nmendmeni.;. Among those
ded, 1.' ;i general half hol-
iday on Saturday tn the HWtoaaN
."rea.
Although Saturday early elwlne
i- m> r.ew idea, there has been
within ihe past year a persistent
that it should become ;i
.ill tvfMN, a* it would
it Heel hi the health and happiness
t,f the shop itnff If thl wn- clveti
,i the weekend.
It ir.us! Ic uiidcrstoort that the
I'nlOn does not seek to deprive the
puBuC of KLisonable shopping f.i
it tharfi i- ;m ovarwhelin-
Ing iii- to be made out for the
]..nger week-end
structed in various subjecti.
is hO|tet to give the girls lecture-
in iniiny subjects.
At present meals are not being
served but the members can re-
lax with a cool drink or a hot
cup of tea. So far there are no
bowtltrs,
A lady who ia very interested
in the movement told the
Advocate yesterday that any
Y.W.C.A._no matter where it M
situated, is worth while wipporl-
Talks On Reduction
Of B.W.LA. Pilots
Continuing
Trinidad Lawyers
Threatened For
Talking In Court
rtiaattdo
'"she
PORT-OF-SPA1N. March 21
His Honour Ihe Chief Justice
ril Furness-Smith, threat-
Ktaaa Oar Own CaroiMadtai
POHT-OF-SPAIN. March 22.
The British West Indian Air-
iys talks are still continuing
said that after the Antigua concerning; the* reduction of gi
Hurricane la-t year shr vBfted pilots. Captain B. P. O'Duffy, ened~t,V t-i'ke"stK 11 law-
IM Y M C A andI was BUTprtssd Chairman of the British Au^DOS flir ..lulkjn|? In KCourI-.' Al
with the work that movement Pilots Association nnd Captain tne tlm(1 llt nls Ihrt.0t Sir Cecil
.l b. * was floing to support the unfor- E. Fartan, Secretary told news- ....wh,.. Wl,h iu.||C(. (;nm..- vere
Commenting on the Report Mr. ,unalo lt. ^ AnUgua. The men. that negotiations are still in HEtJT the PorSorVfcSaln iS
the President sa,d tha y M c ^* Committee were progress. It is believed that ^"I'cSirt am? In attend/
^ had over 500 live members w0rklng extremely hard packing B.v7.IA. plans to keep reduction peal (
Ih the ,nMW , h*, ahinnawl tn Atilirin nf their Staff at
J were a number of barrister^.
nnrt apparently interested in an ap-
paal which was being argued
by Mr. II O B. Wooding. KC
-- Wing Commander t. A l^sjlaa
i--i'i uld* lJ"',clor Genei-l ul Civil
3.0.80* Aviation in the Caribbean area.
T"7'"' ' hiu just ieturne S 1,429.160 woka' tour to Jamaica. Grand
iBAA Cajitwr. Uelire. New Orleans and
'1.000 |(buBJ. During (hat time he saui
that he dlscuased matters g^alaBf
uith impiovemcnts and construe- sa
-ion of airtlelds commumcBtions. ^'"v !
air traffic .ontrol and mctcorolog- >H
leal aervues. n
He told Uie Advoeate >>~.totday ** j
tl*ut in Jamaica, the principal prob
U m OOnesrw the development of
Palisadoes airfield. The Civil Avi
at ion Dcpiilment of the Govern ,j
nu'iit of Jamaica, he said, are still iv-tano
Investigating the question as to onic
wliether II will be possible to eon B( ,!
struct a new runway, or if it will ,h, ja,
be necessary to go to a ne*r alt*
In the meantime, to guard
.,.-., against the failure of the extstinu
u runways the Jamaica Government
ae imn l<>* authorised the extension of the
r-aBBA Mftitea.- Bay airfield So that. In
""" erneratney, it could be used !
all aircraft visiting Jamaica in
itead of Pali-Dadoes.
Tne ( a) man islands are at pre>-
- i '"I by an amphibian air
craft whirh alights in the lagoon
at Grand Cayman. The posslbilttN
if cotktti .ting nirstiibR at Orand
C i>tnan .nd Cayman Brae was dl
cussed with the i'inmlsloner,
and bLsj the piovialon Of InSprovea
aeronaut leal rommunleatlon *rr
- I
In Belize, the Director General
attended a meeliiif. of the Air
Transpoit Urensmg Authority, nf
which he is a member, and also
discussed the air sea re^elir ad
mttei roloi i Ng^niMtiaa.
In New Orleans. Miami and San
Juan, nu-''itn.. wnrre held with die
Civil Aer.mautirs Authority loU
cuss air tiafflc control and other
problem*
In Touch with. Barbados
Coastal Station
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i thai iiii ran "* eqpi
hinuflti I'rii aarbadt" Coaal talmn
rene
SOLD EVERYWHERE
3 oz. six
1 oz.
78.-.
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to/es To Martinique
bul M mi not sntl.'flpd
mtntac from WVkln In Ihr sh<1 wl, .|ij i|||l.|i|i|| w.lh will make efforts lo h.c Ihel
and in Swan Slnwl ,h, work , y.w C.A.s dur- employes transttrml to anothf
All members of the Clerks ing lnp |ast WHr |tl n-embera section of B.O.A.C. or to try lo
Unkai hn.l received Increases in provided a warm cup of tea for place Ihem with other orfaniaa- Saul-lr t'ecil' "There is fir too
Ihab aalarfca <">"" "* J"" "<| many > thlraty wom out *u*r tlona. much talklna In this Court I wn-
already Iwo nrms had insiilutM (t | mony case, saw that the Sir Errol Dos Santos, chairman on lhp ,,. of wvin(( so on two ir.._ o.. o. <...........i>
pension schemes and oiher firms service ilrls had a eomfortable of the Board of Directors of the previous ocvustons to-dav Cotin- IXJHT-OK SI'AIN. March 71
were giving: it acme consider.-i. bed In sleep In when on leave B.W.I. Airways, said that Iwo ^, nnrt others arc talklnc, al the Bottles and Boxes made In Trim
She knew Ihal some day our Lockheed LodnUrs aircraft have , , thtir voices, while other dad will be exported to Martinique
No Politics W.C A. will bent use to either been sold. It is reported lhat the counsel are addre.slns the Court bv arrangements with Ihe Carlb-
As far as Ihe Union was con- Barbados or some other West Air Carrier Services Corporation ,r |h|g thin- continues I shall have bdan Development Companv, Md .
tion
lo Indian Island.
has paid *iS.OO0 US for both
alfcraft
Heater.
Slippery
a was his concept
). i k Jtt'r the welfare of the mem- She said that the local YMCA
-Millions of work and thing* ba*' started ill a unall ay In
c( thai nature. He had no tnteti. Trafalgar Square but today It ha
i.ringing politics into tho grown to be>a large moVein*rit. She
i tO any member and he Is hoping lhat sortie day the SathP
wal not fr-ing to allow any men. ran be said about Ihe Y.W C A
ter to bring politics into ihe Union She thinks that the buildiiiB nt
, i. iuj as he was President. 5"-" fl"Tl which hom.T "J0
Me thanked the Committee of Y.W.C.A. Is extremely homely *
Management for the excellent and an idea spot for the girls ^^ ^t" ro^r^. and
v.nrk they had done and also paid Ibute to the Secretan- fot the rharmln.W^furnl^.
Headquarters of Ihe Y.W.C.A
will visit the local Y W.C.A
next month.
take steps.'
All was auiet in the Court i
for the bala
-s-|i.l
of ihe after*
snd Mr Marcel I>ogue Mr Dogun
II Managing Director of r>ogue and
>ons, Dogue Ijihoratorle^, Mat-
'inique
IFlfan. Our Own Cntrrsipttuli't'
1'ORT-OF-SPAIN. March 22
Story of how a man played
had
1*1 Ends Talks
ahle manner in which
carried out his duties.
Mr. E. C. Hewitt said that last
yes* the Union had done some-
thing constructively and they were
hoping to do so again this year.
1!" however pointed out that the
itlve of the Government
had rtittd that it was no Intention
of Government to pass on any- InlPr^Amerlc8n conference on
thing to the merchants (as far as g^, 89emA hp |on)gH1 A
I int-reases from time to
rimav the manual workcis haC -m
I b, 12-a*. bul the clerk, " ">'""lt
' leccivcl in some cam only '" If". *.
then made good his ewape by dart
World ,n* 'hrougn a window and dis-
appearing in the dark was related
to Mr. F. Camacho. In the Port-
of-Spain Magistral* Court, when
Fitzgerald Hinds was charged with
the larceny of two sheep valued
S25. and the unlawful possession
of a gent's wriatwatch.
DROWNED
id to lead
Argentine Delegation, she hud
been elected Chairman of the Con-
ts Inaugural ses-
BUE.NOS AIRES, March 2".
Eva Peron will close the Ihird
Inter-American Conference on
(Fran. Our
PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 22
Mr. Harold Lsidlow, 40. w
came to Trinidad 12 years ago with
his wife and two children, as head
attendant at the Mental Home, Si
Ih. pa.. .h-year. There IJ^r^Ul^drilw, one tf&JStfZZSSStXuSS
!e?SuC^^1iiun. chance an*Bdn were repre- Friday. 1, E reported that l-ldlow
V Hrm, whic bTS^^^erottoS Sni^'V 'X STl^Hi Z
M SOON
*
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<*0m WILCOME
Fait rritp' Inr stoned up aoif
T(l, ONf I AGAIN Vltks Va-tro-tl is
available at mo-t lf|-
NOW YOU CtAH ratVINT llic devrIon-
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HOW ""OU CAN CtlAS i uld-i Inv.ltrd
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Vicks Vii-lto-ttol up each nosinl.
WHIN 11UHT NI Bpedi Sleep. Va-
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PACE roi'R
BASBAIllis VD'IM'ATr'
THIR->I>\\ \I\RIH -"' l*SI
BARBADOS? If Ml) \(K ATE
Pilnlrd 1 llrt IUm d St. iMvliai
Thursday, Ma rh 29, 1951
Colonial Responsibility
By Courlesy 0/ THE ECONOMIST"
M.Vi IMIISIIIIIS
PUBLIC criticism eeminfi
lethargy d the Government in the encour-
agement of industrial development has
been constant and pointed. There is an
opportunity now. : this
attitude n< be adopted m order that the
national income might be increased
through the spread of employment
In the neighbouring islands of Trinidad
and Jamaica several industries have been
established and some of them now supply
West Indian markets. In Jamaica there is
the manufacture of condensed milk.
cement, margarine and leather while in
Trinidad there are similar productions
with the prospect of paper pulp being
added to the list in a short time.
Barbados has depended until recent
years wholly on sugar. During the war
there has been a small growth in small
local secondary industries, such as mar-
garine and soap, and there are more than
50 other industries Such as rum. cottnn.
foundries, shoe-making, furniture-miikint'.
and other traditional domestic industries.
But the t.nvuriimcnl of Barbados has
lagged pitifully behind other West Indian
Governments in encouraging new indus-
The workmen of Barbados enjoy the
highest reputation in the British Carib-
bean and Barbados has natural gas as an
unexploited source of power. In spite of
Government's complacency and indinVr-
ence to the potentialities of some industi iaa
others are thriving today and a new ven-
ture is now said to have been acquired by
a new company, the Barbados Knitting and
Spinning Co. The new company it i
will employ about 300 |jeople.
It is only by iiicoii: idustries
to supplement tho major sources of
revenue, sugar and tourism that Barbados
can hope to maintain its present living
standards and raise them. The voter un-
derstands this simple fact far better than
the Government.
TOriMSM
DUHINC. the debate on the Appropria-
tion Bill which means the supplies for the
Government for the year 1951-.r)2 the ques-
tion of the encouragement of the Tourist
Industry was raised and Hon. Dr. Cato who
advocated the exploitation of this "gift of
Nature" warned that there was need to
guard against an accompanying artificial
rise in prices. i a),
At the same time Hon. Dr. St John was'
able to point out thai 300 Venezuelans
spending the Easter holidays in this island
spent the sum of $150,000 (American).
It might be added that there does not
appear to be any artificial rise in prices be-
cause of the visit of these Venezuelans. It
was noticeable that an appeal had to be
made to owners of private houses to assist
in furnishing accommodation for these
visitors.
The objections taken to encouraging
tourism seem to be that the influx of visit-
ors will cause an artiticial rise in prices and
segregation in the hotels.
The (joint ol artificial rise in prices was
competently answered by Hon. Dr. St John
who pointed out that the Government now
controlled prices of certain commodities
and it was not impossible to extend that
control to take care of unnecessary infla-
tion of prices, or on the other hand to
remove some of these controls so that
competition might take care of the demand
and market prices. He even added the
suggestion that it might be possible to free
some dollars to earn dollars. This meant
that a certain amount of dollars could be
released for the purchase of such items as
would be needed by the visitors so that
they would spend more money in the
island
If the spendtm; power of the 300 Vene-
zuelans for one work is any indication of
the capacity for Barbados to earn dollars
by means of the tourist trade then it is
obvious that Barbados has been wasiinr.
precious time and opportunity. The point
about segregation in hotels is not a point.
It is untrue.
i in i; HUM
THK r;reatest free publicity that the
island of Barbados has bad Ir its history
has resulted from tho ganaroaity of Trans-
Canada Airlines Colonel Michelin Barba-
0 nunisaioner ol Police,returnedfrcril
Canada yestardaj where he had I
l I rrani Canada An line* with the
tiood news that the Director of the World
Fair which is held in Toronto and New
York every autumn, has invited Mounted
Troops from Barbados to perform Musical
Rides at this year's Fair. The Director ol
the World Fair whom Colonel Michelin met
at Regina, tho headquarters of the Royal
Canadian Mounted Police, ma !e it clear
that Barbados would not have to -.pond a
penny in accepting this kind invitation
Transport for men and horses to Canada
and back during their stay in Toronto and
New York would bo paid for by the Direc-
tors of the World Fair Tin., is the most
welcome piece of newi that Barbadog has
: for a long time. There could be no
better way of ;,nv
Canada and the Unito
irlisl i tuae an
invitation of Ma nature.
\
welcome in the 8
for Commonwealth llrlat.
of Southe:
\ n.ii
- An elected aiwjOrity on
*..wcv*t.
;jeer com-
M'lcus advised tl her failing
i of reserve |*c rs The in ,hr noi.
.'i^h Caribbc:
warning; Southern ,-r Association. O
hoped IhBi Mi. Gordon-Walkri "standing closer
would realise that wliuh drew up U*
of a federal
II
the exe-
mmittee lthe cutlVp cOUi
'" '"> ciicnice
.tage, o! ,nauiu*iuiuil ad------
Id realise that whuh drew up lh.' I *..ge ol natitution fw r i
Wi i Indies, also though: there ,
tof I he
wheel, toenablelhetmpen.,1 '. / of ..,.
,.*.,., , , u* ^tojj-u^^^jj^, JXB- ::;p ;
_, Sal thevTUmrtdbccxc"rEdbv h"h ""' '"" '"" < ,hch
phi re m
pjrl of Afi
hi. warning is signiflcsnt ffSort* S>*
m th.s week the peopl* of SL"5?! ? JSL *TZJ*.
But
the Gold Coast have ba*n going
to the polls under a new consllu-
tion which will lake ihctn to
federal government for ttai Wsst
Indies, the House of Aswmbi
__ should elect one f its members to
uuwam and the Council of Stale (the exfeut
i Minna pataatta) eaoaett) whoihould thereupon be
has to get the con-
MBl of the Secretary of St..U

might
point t political advancement far m(
bead of anvthuig elae in enlonlal J
. To some people this new Th(p poviors are. at best council sh'.ti I >> him.
Mitulion is | bold expermenl ^ a rtrong jmaranle* of -r>nd nu.hor.ty would. UV
friction between hm designated Pi Mladatei Tha
and the local pollllcal leaders, other unofficial members of "

lead
. not a vcrv strong puaranln
s a gamble winch ^ government The major cane
h of .tor praeti
only to dllMttT and
jiarchv. Whnt is more important
that the Convention PeopleS
Puty, wlu.h is ex|ected to
become the dominant party :n the
new legislative Assembly, think*
that ihe new constitution doe*
not po f." enough.
>. ra i- nothing new in the
general principles governing eon-
ititulional reform in the Cold
me tranator from crown iu t.i)>iiti
il imttem
I:" colonial ampira.
i hi the apiHtintmnit Of
unnffieiai membani to tin Ix-gi*-
. -v, I ., i ;i and the gradual
Incraan In their nmni i and
rhen Ihey lire, elected
. : nomtnated, an I
tap forward
when the elected, unofficial, man
tv in the
Ihey now have power;
but, to prevent "is poa
daganaraftng Into ooetnictlon,
ra made : time to foster a sense of respon-
;iintit> i.. gtvini MOM '' ''"
1,1 I
Uva '''"irn t aaati In the Bxi eutiva
CdUOl In with, Ihey are
nominated by the Governor; thi*
poalUon reached m the
COUI iimler the ltum-t
Constitution of 1946 Another
stage Is reached when these
members of the Baeeu-
Uvc Council are elected by the
legislative Council from Its own
mcinlfcrshipa position reached
ir Timid and in
Jamaica In 194S. Then comes
big advance when these
i-leeled unofficial members of Hie
Executive Council Bra In a major
ttjr oer the ofllclal members. By
this time the BaaeuUve Council
has Itecome the centre of govern-
ment, the instrument of policy. In
Dlacfl "f the Chief Secretary's
Office under crown colony gov-
ernment.
Bda A sim-
rellance murt be on a growth of ilar practice hrs boon in force in
a aense Of reapon IbDity among Barbados in the last few years.
those to whom power t* being TTiere, the leadi-i of the HOUM ol
iranxferred. Assembly is Invited to submit the
namca of four member' or th
Yet another., more serious, Hcuso of Assembly for appoint
Qbstada to tre growth of rehpons meili t the executive contfaittee,
.biiiiy lies in the executive eoun. j. VVili be ntercsiing tu tea ttM
cil lt-*elf It i.- nsk'og too much Tor
the unofficlnl members of the
WHAT CANADA WANTS
pv -SECRC* HUNTE
TiiK anawai to the qi Canafla
want the West InOM ', |g No. There is no
school of thought in Canada which hankers
after the Waal Indies, either in individual
units or as a federal Dominion. But what
Canada does want and wants urgently is a
revision of the Canada-West Indies trade
treaty of 1925, so that Canada can free her-
self of f>ome of the burdens she now hears
in stimulating that trade.
One of these burdens is the service run
by Canadian National Steamships. The
"Lady Boats were first commissioned in
1928 to operate a fortnightly service be-
tween Canada and the British Caribbean.
Before the war these boats were estimated
to cost something like $2,000,000 a year for
an export trade which averaged about
$13,000,000 a year. During the war the
daAcrl was almost wiped out. But in 1950
the deflc't was again close to a million dol-
i the present cumulative deficit Is
egtimated at $5,000,000.
. when Ihey have not i ten
to accept responsibility
nment. This has been
In Jamnieo under
-
' NR mind h .,! enlry
U Join*. ria.r ave%: ll.i.
ffMllul '....-..."( mtU n Milrlr
Lady (jodi.u IN ' .lh."
ilts if t ic compromise reached
in the Goln Const. vheM the rxe- |
Ul U ;- to be appointed. ]
b> and n*, niaibla t.i the Gov-
ernor, but will nlso require the
approval of the f sembly.
It may be objected that :!! thla
vith the details >! COl >m.,i
constitutions is really beside the
point. The important decision ta
le taken is whether. Judged by the
result* to date and the (oreeeeablc
; i pecti for the future, tli<- DTO
n i f transfer of power and re-
apenalbUltji i ttie colonial people*
Is going tOO faat The liborM
British bSeorj in the past has been
that the phk i U hnrdly be too
rapid, that whenever a group of
inhabitants < n be found ready to
shoulder re j oiisibilily, ll BtaOUld
be lhru>t W ri th4 iii. Hut though
this is still me i-nneiple of the
Colonial Office1 r licy, many *ec-
oplnlon in Great Britain
which h.iw lupportad t In the
past have cone to have serious
dutibts abou' it today.
This is too big a question to be
debated in < paragraph or two
But the uui Uonen might reason-
ably be Baked whether they have
considered the practical conse-
quences of calling a halt. Perhaps,
if a different decision hod
been taken a generation or more
ago, u de&arent coui < might pie*
sent fewer 'iimciilties today. But
His Majcatv's Oovarnmanl bai
l*een proclaiming so long and sn
often that self-government within
the Commonwealth tl the goal of
its present constitution. The a colonial peoples that their poll
Aland's executive council consists t|cians can i>e forgiven for taking
When this stage has been of equal mimln-rs ol elected and u at its words. And constitutional
ad88 it has in Trinidad, of nominated and exofllelo mem reform, oni e it has been started on
and in the Gold Coast iiiuln the l.crs, with the Governor exercising it, ootirse h |Ulrea .1 momentum
new cimstltutl..nVhe locrtl |>o!m h .-*sSr v-Uv Thoro U. it mhouUt iht makes it very dllticult to Stop
n,l Icdoer. h.ivi- attained conoid- be pointed out. no question of the ospeeiHlb in its later .-tage*. It ii
erabtc power Indeed, only two Governor using his casting vote Wi.rU) noting, for instance, that the
things then remain to prevent to force through a measure which soulbury Constitution for Ceylon
Btther the obatnjctlon 1 goo.i is obviously opposed by the elect- lasted only three months, after
measures or the enactment of bad r one*. One of these is the j-owers to comnionsensc for him to do so. dominion sUtus.
still reserved to the Governor. Similarly, h,. would not use his
the other is the alected members' vote to defeat a measure on which Judged by Uieir general level of
own senie of lesponsibil t\ 'he circled members had set their education and economic develop
heurt. Yet so long as they can, in tncitt, the colonies that ore DOW
The powci. raaarved to the theory, be outvoted in the execu- iioverlng on the brink of respon-
?evernof are those of veto-that tive council, they can disclaim all llble government an not ready for
is, the power of refusing assent responsibility for the actions and If. Yet they are those who arguo
to a measureand of cerfllleattotl nwiiuai el the council when ihey 'hat the pace should have been
that |2 of declaring that a Bill want to. It can often happen that, slowed down prepared to accept
which Ik* consider* eoegnllgl for when a mgaiura agreed on in the the force and the bloodshed which
good government should have Jamaican executive council turns refusal to grant reform would
tffeet even though it has not been ut to he unpopular the minister almost certainly entail? The
passed by the Legislative Council, concerned can stand up in the (l,,n,J>,,>1 '" political advancement
On paper, these poweni are con- ji,,, ,. -. cmbly and court ls atchlim already Central
Iderabuj In pn lice, they aro popularity bj deelarir.g that ha Af,lca1' 1l*'alcni are -,?IPlrin*-
much aVallar. The ecnetttutlon ii^ no reaponalbllltr for it. ^ nS'oXd Coast constitution
t. ualb provides for some check J The only way to direct coloni
on tho Governor's use of his Those who say that to give the nationalism along sound lines
.serve powerssuch as thai they unoflU-iul elected members of an i5 to *,vc tne colonial politt-
,111 ! umhI only with the content executive council a majority is elansof whatever race or colou
of the Bxecutlve Council-or. fail- going tot, far should reflect on the
ing that, with the priui nuthoi 'y (X|.erienee of Jamaica in the last
Of the Secretary of Mate (except fly* vears ll will probably to said,
in cases of urgency) It may be when the present constitution la
that the existence of these reserve revised and Un-re :. 1, ..
powers acts as a brake on the majority on the executive council,
orst forms of irresponslbiUly. that the island's politicians have
But they are rarely used nown- not shown themselves worthv of
days, and there is some force in n further advance towards respon- upoiudbly. In the next few yc:
the view that their disadvantage sible government. But thev can it will depend on them whether
11 Irritant outweighs their hardly acquire a sense of respon- government is responsible In fa:*,
as a deterrent. The Couwv slbility wl'i*.it it as well as In name.
chance to act responsibly, and
this can best be done not through
the ballot box. which confers
itdout responsibility, but
througjl the executive council.
Yet. however soundly a constitu-
tion is dra HI UP, it cannot force
the colonial politicians to act re-
out hi vim us s\\
IM'i'itnillB Synlvm *"'" Bar Street along Jer.imott's
To The Editor, The Advocate |.ane SIR.in lam fTiday'i Aarocete lnK E,*;!,, wn al'^ ,ho I,np nI
I i^iagiaph (on {* "",0,,_.fi2f to ""I
page id c mem on the rtateVnent ... ihe SS"^- "i SS :
Editorial .f MUj mst re the'llr'l,> ..... r.donn
vest of I S ""; '" "f" ' '-"
itoad. that is. Aithln the extended r^5*SeH5 ? ''''. '
area of Bridgetown City. Kindly NV ;,l;,.",! ' >'"' "S ft*
'"'iu of the City were paaU)
me to clarify the 1 luatio
hi
of us relation to' the V*1!!?**1' SsJeSSHa?-
entl......icerrdradalriei Wm^. on the Souut tortam aide
The BtUtorial appeared to hold of st Ani:* d l?ro thnt plgkeep.ng within the aalo '*> *t**n ,ho .Savannah to the
forbidden I polnufd out E2SJ1-PlfiEa "d ***, by Dal-
ihot |t U me basil of *eiih. Cullodcn and P.i-e Roads out
aJiceruS Now the para- Jf* ?,!*S2 ni Then
graph uccepta iny statement, but 'n,"t fc"i ^rlhweM tl.ey pro-
goes on W arnpbjurae that license ;^,ied hv^vay of Bank K
a withheld ,r the tpmcc Ii 23* Sft 9*> BU
In uffleleot m other rircumataneea back again to tha ai 1 1
pre not approved ThPn toUOWed, 111 1931. the
Certainly, 'rhat is precise!; the application of the ioa Reuutions
mcaningend punihiw of n licensing to 'he Mended area which in'
its arpatare .--(. itui. eluded maiu fairly open
ui.d ir is a big point, ihr posiNre Thh step was, i pi.si.ire. initiate 1
aide is the o'tr to einphetitee. by the B*oard of Health, and It was
Jl conditions are cOnulIN with duly apprmi d by tie HoU.....I
the pig *tv is approvaa, nnd Mr. Assembly. But then arose a lug
Merrttt'l Rapon for 14 (the outcry. A crowd of pei>ple were
latest Issued so fnr) showed that seriously affeetett. and uiotoatl
IhBJl 164" In < -v were in Ugan to pour in I .-
operation. Tiling of a! 1S47 hoiiM' personally, having at that limo
holders.'most of Ihem small people some livestock, including two pigs,
to whom the little profit is 11 matter with plenty of roomno I
Of real importancethe pig being two acres of pgrlcultund
l a of Itehneat, 01 land In the back with no 1
when arrears of rant have to he whatever on it. Many of my
wi|ed off. or some other extra neighbours, 011 the Bav Land
financial call has to be met IM7 were simiUriv ntaeaa will
neexl> folk set free to carry on their rient room. So I called 11 meeting
Ipful extra enterprise! The at Dalkalth School, kindjy lent for
details of whnt took place were the purpose, and we had
aa follows I Ujink it may boj uae- lime, much bewailing. Thus we
ful to recall them, for the present joined la the general outcry
generation can hardly know the Before long the laglilati
aroused and enlightened, and that
08 lecislntion forbade politician, the late H
in the Cltj of Walti ent back to the
and sold: "Gentlemen, we
the Ian.!
town were denned as follows: pond the Regulations until we have
had lime to review the situation "
And In due course a Ucenffl
Sysiem wall devised. The main
points of this were: 311 feel from I
human dwelling; the Moor to be
concreted, frith proper drainage
or raised on feet n;r the around;
anil, of course, cleanlim
enfon a by Uu Banttarj Inapec
Now wbj cannot ;i fiBallai plan
be made ha com keeping?
It is unfortuuMte that the aitua
tion was not handled promptly
three yean ago We all sympathise
with those dairy keepers who
moved out or closed down. But
yet 1 think licenses would be .1
WlM step We do not want to
obstruct Industry and the produc
tion of useful goods. 1
foodstuffs, but to encouraga and
facilitate them. And as the letter
Of "Poof Wan" pointed out there
< nuisance.
much less On Ppldesnie, A proper
arrar.|:emPi,t f,-r the removal ol
: ovaratght for oioan-
n 1 a naaonable distdiiee
from owcll.ngs, and I do not see
m or danger And there
H >e this moat n-givttablc
furl her diminution of n vital food
Item, already In such short supply.
Yours trulv
FRANCIS GODSON
March 27. 1951.
fTrnVr Of St John B> Fuml
To Thtf Editor. The .Adrocai.-
SIR,The following subscrip-
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The operation of the Lady Boats is tied to
the Canada-West sTidies Trade treaty of
1925 It is not surprising that the Canadians
faced with a cumulative deficit of $5.(K)0.00U
wants the 1925 Trade Treaty reviewed.
They asked the Colonial Office to do just
that two years ago but so far only Fabian
tactics of delay have come from Whitehall.
Meanwhile. Canada is hoping that the
Trade Liberalization Plan which began on
January 1 this year will be the beginning
ot free trade between Canada and the West
Indies.
In 1947 Canada had a trade balance of
J48.000.000 from ts exports to the British
West Indies. In 1950 the British West Indies
had a trad,? balance of $87,000,000 in their
favour. The tables had been turned with n
vengeance. What had turned Ihem was the
fact that whereas the West Indies had been
loi bidden by Whitehall to buy freely from
Canada, the United Kingdom had been
selling large quantities of sugar bought
from the British West Indies in Canada.
Purchases of British West Indian sugar by
Canada in 1950 totalled nearly S46.000.000.
Of this total Barbados supplied $7.2 million;
Jamaica $16.'.i million; Trinidad $7.6 mil-
lion; and British Guiana $13.6 million.
In other words Canada's purchase of
British West Indian sugar represented
about two thirds of its total imports from
tin- araa. And because Canada bought at
prafarantlaJ prftrea from the British West
Indies the Canadian consumer had to pay
$6.5 million more in 1950 than he would
have paid hud that sugar been bought from
non-Empire sources such as Cuba. Canada
realises that Empire preference works both
ways and that Canadians benefit by sales of
Canadian goods in other Empire countries.
But so far as the British West Indies are
concerned, Canadians feel and West In-
tUang ucl that the United Kingdom has
arbitrarily distorted and changed the very
foundations of Canadian-B.W.I. trade.
Canada fortunately for the British West
Indies, has not been content to keep quiet.
Canadian exporters quickly spotted the in-
efflciency of the token imports scheme and
eight weeks of the Trade Liberalization
plan had not elapsed this year before the
Press Of Canada and the Canadian export-
ers (of whom there are some 2,000 inter-
ested in the British West Indies) w.-re
clamouring for an early review of the
Trade Liberalization Plan. A meeting to
discuss that Plan has been provisionally
fixed for June this year and will most
likely be held in Ottawa. But it would be
rash to expect the Canadians to wait until
June if their interests are too blatantly
threatened in the meantime.
There is every cause lor anxiety to be
widespread in the British West Indies
becauat of Cuba's persistent attempts to
who the Canadian exporter by offers to
buy Canadian codfish and other prodrgcte
in return for sugar purchases from Cuba.
There is a very strong feeling in Canada
to-day that the price which Canada is pay-
ing by way of steamship subsidy and sugar
preference *s far too high for *he benefits
Canada now receives from trade with the
British West Indies. And as if the steam-
ship subsidy and sugar preference were
not enough load to carry. Trans-Canada
Airlines is beginning to protest against
British currency policy in Trinidad. Jamai-
ca and the Bahamas, by means of which
passengers wanting to use T.C.A. on flights
to the United Kingdom aro forced to travel
by B.O.A.C. because local governments
will not give enough Canadian currency t
permit travel by T.C.A.
Pt is not surprising if T.C.A. complains
that this action violates the agreement
made between the United Kingdom and
Canada by which Trans-Canada was given
full rights to carry passengers from any
British West Indian territory to the United
Kingdom via Canada. Canada is disturbed,
and in my opinion rightly distuibed at the
United Kingdom's arbitrary control of
trade relations between the Dominion and
the British West Indies.
Something is brewing up right now. and
unless there is an immediate en
Britain's policy with relation to Canadian-
B.W.I. trade, the British West Indies might
find themselves in a worse trading position
than they have been for a generation. W.
must take action now tn ensure that Una
does not happen.
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PufTs Wheat
Puffed Wheat
Babv Foods
838.
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Condensed Milk
Milk Powder
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Spinach
Dutch Pea*
Dutch String Beans
Cioose berries
Rhubarb
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Calves* Liver
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THIRSDAV. M.ARCR , ISSI
BABRADOS vmOOATT
i'm.i: nvr.
Council Of C C Cottsiiter
Inadequate Representation
TIT COUNCIL of the Chamber o< Cummer.,- it feetr
monthly meetm* yesterday took up the matter of inade-
quate commercial representation on the Legii
Cll WWN rtattd ;-t the last Quarterly Genei i
the Chamou.
HA< K IIOMI
OH ih,> mod n of Mr. A. R
Toppm ;it ih.il mrriinv n was
..grwd that there wok this inade-
quate ''presentation and it was
:-ropnae<1 thai nn ap-
proach be made to Go..-
After a week's hold up in opera- .'"kins: that >i tM -m rpasetl
lion*. Mom. Centra! Foundry' Th<* Coum .1 alu-r OOM I
wclcH-rs and mechanic* have gone *rat.i>ii yesterday decided tfc.it
back tl M week to their Jcb of ion- ,he President a^ong with Mr
verting the motor vessel Sedge- TPP<>' rhould lint uVerr
field into a passenger .hip
"SedgefM'Id" Gefal
Captain's Bridge
Colonial Secretary on the suuk.
The Council apjioi-itcd Mr
* ** c Grannum to act for Mr
R. M. Cave who is now eul i I (ha
Uland Mr. Cave ,, v
be retiring frrm lh- Council at ;bc
next Annual Central Mmtnc of
the Council.
The Council diseased the ap
:,ointment of Vigilance Comm(tic
vo..vetiinB fcr ea(.h o( |he 1Pt|(J, section*
01 trade It u Intended that eacn
i.ca,c yesterday that the, ha.. %g*Z ^JSSSMS
dOM quite a lot of work for the main,,, lu ,, V,'rTu
number of *eeks the? were work matter
intercolonial tradi
The delay for a week ana
caused through business transac-
tions between the *hip"s agents.
Messrs. Schooner Owners' Asso-
ciation, and the owner, who has
just returned from the U S A
The owner went to the USA to
get material for use
the ship.
Some of the workmen told ihe
.i BasriiSSftLiBJsas
might bo taken when desired
when they Vould be able to
plate the repairs.
They havc already extended Ihe
deck .nid are now concentrating
most of the work on erecting the
captain's bridge
Suggestion Accepted
The uggcstlon < imp from Jie
President of the Chamber at trig
IM Quarterly General Meeting
of the Chamber, and Wat unani-
mously agreed to.
The President t.i],i the Council
The S.S Bon.l landed here '""*KL{h^ ' Secretary hd
supplies ot mlumti, Irade'who
"ililns, prunes, onions, rolled oats,
"Bonaire" Calls
vegetables in tins. Iicjueurs, ver
mouth and pearl barley from Am- there
Merdnm.
There were also supplies of
kitchen chairs, matches, ironware pointed
and enamelware, lamp burner-.. 3oai((
drj cells, woollen felt hats, leather (j,...
shoes,
goods
ubber shoes and
had expressed agree-
ment with t!ie suggestn.n.
II was pointed out that already
an existed boom advisory com.
rnltteea dealing with various
businesses. w|jp had been ,ap-
to advise the Coiuiol
i One of these was 'he
Good* Oommitlee. The
Scholarship
Scheme For
Nurses Urged
By Hon. Dr. Clo
it,.
Pr A. S
P"- Ctuncll therefore dici.Ted S
T?e .-u, arrived ,,urln ,he S^H^^^S t.S
...orrmg with only 43 intransit View to getting thCl
passengers on board. ShP left |j^..
port during the evening lor Tnn.-
dad. Her agents are Messrs. S P.
Musson. Sou & Co., Ud.
*'lth i.
co-opera-
S.P.C.A. Tag Day
The amount* collected are a* follow
Mi> It. w Ticker and Hn
Deity Kins
Upper Broad St.
M,-
Ho
Public Bulldlna.
Mm, W. A. Gram
Worthtns and Ha-ima-
Mt- I llowex. OarriuMi
Mi. I. .:.ll. St l..ii<-.-e
M,. ii V Kinii, l'h Church
Mm I. Gale
i.'.ill.-ti n and n.-tlkeilh Kit
tua MsoasiiTls Catisearal
Tlie view was expresserl th-rt
the vigilance ConunlHees shoijlii
be small ones and that in any'
case ihev should be ugdei ihe
aegis of the Chamber of Com-
mei-ce. *ihp Chairman of each
fallow.: would therefore be a member qI
the chamber.
="*' The ivport of the committee
ok appointed by uie Council to go
.. nto the matter oi the Hohdry
^iS, with Pay :ill now before the
legislative Council, was pre-
imu .entcd.
moi Mr. D. Clairmonte of the
so.si Canada Dry Co. was elected a
*?? member of uie Chamber. .
* i
!...., T.< Mile Hill
CJlm.li.ii llecd. Sa SI
G T. Mawrll
It II V C f Aqu.
n.-
i..i>
MO*
10 Bl
NO
SI
GUILTY OF
BODILY HARM
_ arren. FwitabWIr
Mi- (' HinnlPl
nUck R.-k and Spooner.
Hill
Mi, T OlttrlM, Rrilton. Hill
Mr. G Kins. I'm- Hill
Ml" O Clarke, Stialhrlvrir
Mi. lUiliuued Mr- St. Hill
r it
St John

j, Cecil Scantlebury pleaded
guilty of inflicting grievous bodily
harm on Seifort Hinkson on
JJj, November 2B at the Court ..f
7*. Ornnd Sessions yesterday. His
si" Honour the Aeling Chief Justice
nun Mr. G. Lt, Taylor postponed aen-
cirn tence.
M Mr. W. W. Beece, K C. prose-
wo cuted for the Crown while Mr.
ts D. H. L. Ward appeared on behalf
J-JJ of Scantlebury. Before His Hon-
I3*i ur postponed sentence. Mr. Ward
told the Court that his client had
iii bcen involved in an argument
si m with Hinks, n in which Hinkson
n'* had received an unluckv blow.
7,l" He submltled thut the accused
it.oo had been provoked and had
- dealt the blow. The accused is a
" ,72 mn ' *' years of age and has no
previous criminal convictions of
hylda Tt'CKr"" any klnd- Mr Ward """ther IUD-
Aorv.iJ *^um".. sob mitled that Teeing that their was
tee. H.irbado< spca ii certain degree of provocation
his client should lie bound over.
Recce said that bfl knew
came lo him
Carl.
nkeete. fit ITilllp
Realy and Mi Jo
leorse
Mahon. St Thonn
Pa.-iei Si Prter
fay. SI. Jowph
Mr* H Town-end. Marine
Hotel
'-. Pitwrald. Wnidio- Hotel
Mr Gauxden. Oeean Hol^l
Mr*. C. Harrv. Ciir-ore Morel
Donalion fiom Mr. LleorUh
A Quorum. Eut No Meeting ufiJSS wno
A meeting of the St Joseph bout the case. He is a respect-
\cslr> wnich was scneuuieo to ue B,'lc man and should be given a
held yesterday was adjourned un- ehnnce.
til next week. It was decided after
ft
' the meeting had been
given that Ihe meeting would have
been cBlled off. Some members
were given notice and others were
not,
Yesterday there was a quorum,
but tome members felt that as
other members "lad been Informed
that the meeting had been called
otr. it would have been illegal to
hold a meeting.
The agenda was a big 20 item
one. The various parocnial boards
and committees were to be ap-
pointed. The Vestry was to have
fixed the amount on which prop-
erty should be rated.
WITNESS FAINTS
Afier giving evidence foi the
prosecution in a very trcmulim-
voice for iiboul five minutes. Win
: i Gabriel suddenly tainted on
Ihe witness stand at the Court ot
Grand Sessions vegtentaj
His condition was so bad that
Mr W. W. Iteece. *\-> was prose-
cuting in the case for ihe Crowe,
was forced to call on one of the
Court attendants and Police Con-
steUt 358 Howard to lift Gabriel
i- ut of the Court.
I H HIM.
ME BILL STUART. T C A Mini MICHELIN. IkanlMina ot Polio Col Ml. Helm rfturned Teller
dy by T C A from ten day trip to Canada aa a gue.t of Trana-
Canada Airlines
9,000 Miles In Ten Days
COLONEL H. T. MICHELIN. Cu...n.i,nn. r of Police,
returned yesterday from a ten-dav visit in Canada as j
i;uest uf T.C.A.
In the ten d.iv,. coi. Muii,.ii BarbedM Polk* Force lending u.>
told the Advocate, he covered over a grou|> of then M..,.-,-,i po| t i
9,000 miles, visited the Royal Canada lo put pi. a Musical Itni-
Canadian Mounted Police College at the Pair which lekeg ulace IH
hi RockclUTe. Ottawa, and the October this year lo Toronto in I
Wei C.iiifiduit Mounted Polite then New Vork. It would be art
Training School at Regina. all expense paid trip.
He spent two days in Montreal On leaving heiiina h. vtslttd
and saw the great work being done Winnipeg and saw Ihe polue by the Montreal City Poflce In ganisation there, beforfl returniBf
then neellng with Juveniles to Montreal.
nnd their Hoys' Clubs, ont of Both on his way up end in nil
which had a membership of 70.000. return Journey he saw Deput\
OlUwna^"",, 'rr!' 2*-SB?ar! non^ln
Ottawa and saw the Commissioner Barbados
of the Royal Canadian Mounted
Police and had lunch with him at Col. Michelln laic that ihrough-
the Police Training College at out his trip which was
RockclUTe. one of the two Royal by Trims Canada Airlines, their
Canadian Mounted Police Training hospitality and attention werr
schools In Canada There he met everything to be desired He hoped
Barbadian born Roy Gardiner, to introduce many of the ideas he
who is doing extremely well. Gar- had seen into the Potlc V
diner is Just passing out of the here
school, the Commissioner said. At
RockclilTo he saw l.uhly efficient w.. a
show executed by both mounted SUCK Lu'Klllif 1-S
and foot members of the lorre. m CT
He spent a night in Toronto. OM IJ before leaving for West Regina _., ...
which is veritably the cradle of Slick licking Is one ! harha-
the Royal Canadinn Mounted Pol- *' o|dcsl games. Lonj
ice training centre and which was Doxm* ws '>i mod i<-pular
once the headquarters of the force. 1!*'rt- c,ow He had two dam In Ruuig during HHH ES1 '" ",''"
which time he discussed and s.w ^" Z*J8&
their methods of tramms He had '"','*, J$ ..,"'. V
long talks with the ,en In h;,rge ^Z \\!ll
of the police dogs they were alsa- Thc fcllck ,u.R,,r h ,.,.,. oow
Ham. the same breed as those regarded with rCflpod when tt
Wl.n^ B t ',Ehl tar!*. A I*1** >''** Wl11 '"''
while hi Rcg.na ha visited i t,. t om. that another man with
rural station so miles, outaioe >! a kmfe would i-- unebta to nil
Regina narr.Cd Indian Heed In him. if he ilul not thro* fie
charge of this station was a cor- knlta
poral. He had tWO men under The game is played wilh sticks
him. neerl) Ug feel l< ng and m 'he
During his viMt to Regina he early ttafaa the mntciants cir-
met the director "I the Worl-l <"Ie around each other, watching
Fair. Col. Sifton win. ;- very inter- for an opening So -.killed two
ested in the possibilities of the tcl< linkers may U- that sop>c-
_________ times they can have .< hectic
^^^ h-wt. the one swiping some
VI'II fc* vicious blows ut the other with-
* * out either being hurt
The popular block is to hold
bolh ends of the sink and all'>wi
the opponent's stick to hit at
it n tain lie to gel
an opponent off guard.
If. however, a skill*
licker meets a loam skilled oni
at rut him an any pe> I ot hi
body with his stick or break a
hand 01 knock out some teeth
Atteckad by tronear nien m tht
tlak ken wouk
bieak a bend al |ha outset.
ON GUARD
his opponent i
1 friendly combat.
SPECIAL FLIGHT
A ki.m pccial che i
e i Seawall i :
n im lock

loa and th
ramalnlni Sftaen left short 1
afterwards tor Paramaribo f)i;fh
Oulana.
Pa '.. i b
Bar had tang working in r'i rat
in.l their families They work
with C.PI M and ie on l>
leave
tp'Hking
Legtatativc Council during
of the Appropriation
Bill last Tuesday, said he was
Klad that the Government had not
dropped the scheme for extension
of the General Hospital. Dr Cto
urged th. | a scheme
of scholarship for nurses, saying
hey were some well trained
i.urses ut the Hospital who would
benefit from an opportunity to go
abroad and gather experience in
the atmosphere >f older teaching
.". BB1111' I -
The same thing applied to peo-
a entire Civil Service
Ui CCto ^airi thev should spend
itaat amount poaaiota an
Education, and expressed the hope
tha* in. Ciovei ntnetit .vould pay
speedy attention to thc teacher
supply situation The West Indian
University deserved their whole
sipport. and a greater measure of
relief should be given t,, parent*
who had to support childten at the
various uniaerelUai
nrajad the development
i aaaossdery induatrtaa, and de
actibed tha Tourist hidu
aifi of netura whlee ahould u-
^-ntage of. But In doing
si they had to see that they did
not n.-ate ,.r artilU'ial rise in the
anal of living fur the ordinary man
Knife ration
nanttoned by nr
Ceto were, tha need IM taatatuu]
..cliig up to the
oi over |)(ipulntion; and
'm, iiiittmn an
the bittemaai which separated the
various croups of the cOOHnunlll
Hon. Dr c II St John *p*""k
Tig next, alao stgeased the need
ft i .i foateiIi ,, <>t the 'r> iii ir
I finthering the work of
the Publicity Bureau, The Bnl
thing that must be dona <
provide suitable places for tour-
i'i- to sta> at If the cost t living
rose as a result of there lieing Iimi
much money in circulation. Cm
eminent could adjust thai by the
'i. :. of pme controls in some
utab rev i lion in other
cases.
Not only should they concentrate
on big hotels, but aid should also
be given to people with small guest
houses. A Hotel Aids Bill should
be introduced.
Dr St John, speaking cm the
chool building programme, said
he was pleased that ihe Govern*
n.ent had put it in the hands of the
Public Works' Department.
iii-'' In I ipuiMuo..
lion V C Gale said that some-
thing must be done to control the
iipidly rising population of the
island, or there would be chaos.
Giving population figures, Mr.
Gala said the ftopulation of Bar-
bados in IBM was 135,838 In 1*9!
II wei IM2.306; in 1011 It had
dropped to m.iiB.4. and m IS21
II.ere was a further < op to lMi.,'11!
The decrease of 25.994 be-
tween IHU1 and 1921 was attribu-
ted to emigration to Panama,
Pai a. Htaril, Cuba, Canada and
tltr U H A
The ,greatest drop was be-
I ween I'JM and 1021 when there
was peak emigration to the
United States and the numbers
dropped from 17I.HB2 to 156.312.
aaaa of 15.670.
In 1931 the Humes were
150.312 and in 1936 they stood ut
18B.294.
The Census of April 1946
showed 192.841 and in DaetfTI
ber 1948 thc figure had reached
199.012
Between i2i and 1945 the
population increased at the rale
Of ^.435 (roughly 2,500) per an-
num while between ms and
1947 thc rate of inert
3.600
Bon C. Ii I, Pile seld that he
i :.i not begrudfa the amount thJt
was being fpanl on Idueetlon, hut
he did not think thev were ejetttni
their money's worth. He was of
the Opinion that every m liool child
BBjQMld ha given grounding bl
Klcmcntary I-ogic. so that he or
she would learn to distinguish the
pcs'iblv true from Ihe obviously
fi Ise. He thought too that trained
'eachers should take priority over
-eauttful school buildings.
Ha Bgiaill that the T-.iirivI In
'ustrv woultl hrirtf dollars into
'he leUUsd. hut they should be
nrefiil that they did not sell their
ouls for a mess of pottage
Si. Elizabeth's Won
St Elizabeth Girls' School won
Ihe St. Joseph internchoo] singing
>ni. vt crude I. which was held at
the si Joseph Church Be**
-chool on Tuesday St. Joseph
Olrl i.....i ;,.. awarded Dral
plage in Grade fl.
Th> pleet i ihe Grade I children
ana were "All Through The
Nifht** and Hannibal Cross Tha
Alps" The Grade II pieces were
'England" and I Know A Bank"
Miss 1-cslic was In eherai
St Kh-abeth's Q|rlfl while Mi-.
Grenl led the Grade II winners
The Judges were Mrs. J A
llaynes. Miss E Murray and Mr
M. McCarthy.
Labourer
Stole Machine
Sentence PoslpjfKfl
SnUnc was postponed by Hi
Honour the Acting Chief JugUcO
Mr G. I. Taylot on Kai m I i
Kil. ('..
St M chael. when he ... f.m
guilt> of the larcanj of Sewing machine valued at S.50
from the dwelling house o.
Alethu Hind:. at tha I
Grand Sessions yesterday
Mr w w Reeee, k c pre
eecuted for the Cltnvn linnin
was not represented by counsel
Hurdle appeared before U On
yesterday on a thuv 11
duintenl On the llrst count he
was charged with breaking ami
entering the dwelling hoi,-,- ,.f
A let ha Hinds sometime between
September 25 and 26 and stealing
B Singer machine value.! at $50
The second counton which he
was found guilt v
with the buwanj of a Singer ma-
chine from the dwelling house "f
Metha Mind* between wptembai
S and 26. nnd the thl
reeatvinc fooda knowing them ..
be stolen i-ometime between Bop
tenih.1 28 and 30
Fust witness for tin
lion was Aletha Hntua who B*.
thai she carried on a small bus
,""..... "''' i i.t i
Uv< a Uo W i She ha
rcom and between Septcmbei 2
nnd 29 aha mi-.-ci the machtm
i I'h.ce Utei
tilled io the Centre] i n tiga
Ut n Daparunei I a I......
the inrtelune wjthoii:
k Tha ma ... atria
nbei
it.

BOVRIL
makes a u< m mI spread !
I i.I , .| |,y \, Miduw
William Bcekla
pCRgdland ... d ih..t he i
Hurdle AI one inn. HuitUl
t'. live in the New I rrhhin
for a tune l...ih Of (hen,
at Ihe K.inie place < hi Sept).....
25 at alioul 10 p in
Hurdle's home m mi Gap wlicn
HUrdla toi.i n|m thai be
ing to a Mi* Hlnda* pig .
Hurdle askesl him to an
went lo Mrs Hind
reeehlug the heua Hurdia to ii
out .. knife and i ul piece i
atrleg Which tied down i whujM a
and entered the house hteviii
him outside. Hurdle lat.i camt
out of the houaa with a machine
and then left.
About a day after a man call.-.
Herman Springer .nine to Hui
dles's home ofteiiug to hu. II.<
machine. The next daa ilurdli
trok the machine In Sol.re. I.,
and got 137 foi it lie i... tv..
3 from Hurdle
Herman Springer said Hull | knew Hurdle He aaw h in Ifl
Ilaxters Itoad someUme in Sen
tember. The accuaed asbett him
to sell ii machine fa blm for $40
The accused sometime later car
lied the ......im .- to bVfberi i aii<
and m-IiI it
ivighton Hewitt laid that he
paid $37 for Ihe machine wh oh
he l-tught from Herman Springei
who wanted $42 for it After
buying the machine the I'oli-e
came and took il awaj from he
house.
Attendant lntrvvlcNvrd
CpL CoiineM told ihe Court thai
he saw the same Singei mactllll
which was repoite-l stoht, |n
Rewltt'i house Ha i 'k ue me.
chine a.... ,., ,(,
ttte Mental Hospital and intei .
viewed Hewitt who is nn attendant
there
Hewitt accompenlad him to the
Station and made ,. report The
serial number of the roecfa na i
G2S22318
Winston Giibriil, a mreh.ni!.-
said that he repnlre.1
tneetuhe foi Mm iimds some
time last year. He took down the
machine and cleaned it
notned the serial number, Hi
has known the eCUBad for some
t mc by seeing him
Hurdle in his address to the
iury said that h. ,.,.
I the ihargcs brought l.v the
d i il i and bad no r i ai to
steal as he was working
Jus! Received
mat DELICIOUS
"MOIRS"
CHOCOLATE BARS
FltOM CANADA
7 kinds to .in.. from:
MILK CIIOCOLATt:
il MS CII04 OI.ATK
Nl'T Ml IK
HOKDIAI \
MINT PATTY
FINfrAI'I'l.l
Trice : 10 CrrK per Bjr
him ii
WEATHEIUIEAD
LIMITED
Head of Broad Slreet
New Loveliness For Von
*'"' PALMULIYE S0AF
\ v^ Follow this
' \ Slmplf Ht.iuiy Heat
^v...h ...ur fa(. aM Pilmnlh. Soap
e I Inn 1st * MionJi, pwumi tun
"ralm<.l... *l) Uihrf RlnH'
a
i
ttni.tni.K n
PURINA
iPOULTRY CHOWS
n,H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.-Di.tnbutor.. J
e III
I mill l 1 m,i si n #| -g.;s
WE OFFE* TO-DAY a
J \i. .1 B CRI \M CltACKRRB
MARVKN'8 CANADIAN SODA waffkn
noYAi. jxlues a desserts
IIKIDAI. K-INli SUOAII
HKH TABI E APPLES
CUKAM OF WIIFAT [Larfi
i REAM OF WHEAT I taufli ......
inn-en YiM-Nd CARROTS il
DUTI II roUNQ CARROTS iSnulll
FRENCH ASPARAGUS |Lm Tli
KUKNl II MUSHROOMS (Si,..,
NKSC-AFE .
( IX h\lil 1 IM Kl M
PCI Tin SI.H4
, i Tin
I- I VU
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1.30
23
M
...
I 36
PM Tii. II
STANWEl.lt. M'OTT A lo. I.ld.
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In f\rf///\//M in nin /t
REXALL
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An Kuil) |]im,iil,l,.
I'll. i..1.1.. rr<>|Kiriili<>ii
for children mid
dulls
IMIISIOX
'w fl
WtfA
SI. 20
KNIGHTS Drug Stores
I'KU 1. liiii and SI.20
AT
.........................................
Sensational New Make-up
i tumtttttlitui
Everyone enjoy* deliciou*
undwkbes mads wid. Bovril.
They're usiy, economical and
Ium right for erary occaaiea.
NEW! Not n cuke make-up, not a greaay foundation!
Amrl Tim*" N Kn.r.iUllor. -! PMntM '! In CM N.. w.' '^-,rt-,
NEW! Stayi on longer than powder!
Thr tvnl.il i-lmp" iturrdlnit Mwd Int.. "Ans*l *>' rmie- II
NEW!"c.n-t.Pill!
, ii 10 Peai'i "Anevl I nlntalw-aa jou'vs
tfrsnaa 7r'*" |mj paesMB *t*0f. Blond* Anevl. Ivu.y Aivswl. Pink
Ab). Tawny AhmI. Broi. Aiml Al all tlv Or-I Iwauty mun'an.
Semi Service Stockings
Only a limiled supply, just opened, of
these beautifully finished stockings. They
are made of a mixture of pure silk and rayon
Pair 8l.:iO
CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd.
10, II, U a 13, BROAD STREr.V


PAO.F. SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATI.
TIUT.SDW. MARCH M. l5l
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
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BY WALT DISNEY
BLONDIE
THE LONE RANGER
BY CHIC YOUNG
vjA L
WP OTH6P*-\
AND ? WAN'S I
_ TO SPCAK ^/
te>litr5Ml
BY FRANK STRIKER
, fLL PUT A STOP TO WWATTVtR 1? ]
VOuRS'J ABOurTOCOOhinTHWJi
DUNCCON/]
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
TOV'l OOJT TWW
I BVFff rtLT OFTTrr
W MY LiCe-t (.(JULD
FATA RlOTCAX>^
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nay DQ ;
rM tM THE
CM n TUG Rffp-
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WHAT IV "
BE EM
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RIP KIRBT
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BY ALEX RAYMOND
CWTTELLTH6M
lAWTMt^BRBy.' it-;1
jusrincieuSMPTTi
|..AWWTHy fIND I
OUT WHHETM6 4
H3wvi5,mmi. I
KILL ie ,
BOTH.1 I
THE NEXTTIME
THc BOAT K0CKS,
I'M SOW5 -O W.L.
*BMSTWJ...lV6
GOTSCWeTHWS
THE PHANTOM
LEE FALK
WiATP0>(1H5PE W4S I
U V SMlNTMETANKTO
THINK?/ aORNWTME CAB. ft.E,
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RAY MOORES
?.tt;
'.- .'WON
ITHETCAIVS/BUTWIN
|*li)PTHE'RAIN?j
MUSCULAR lATIOUt?
0*1 back in stop
M.MKA-MIT2M!
a1(*ilf. H
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.: l.lp.
TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH
RKITISII ARMY RIDING
SADDLES (New)
CleaHnf Off It *4\M nel
Ideal for Plantations.
MAHOGANY VARNISH
STAINJust opcurd

JOHNSONS STATIONERY
and HARDWARE
Delicious Pickles
______________IN MUSTARD OH VINEGAR
SACROOL
Ml Can Conquer
flours ul.so
SACHOOI. ftj
on Half at
kVK.IIIS LTD.
and all other Drug Stores
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Thursday to Saturday only
USUALLY NOW
Bottles Robt: STRAWBERRY JAM
(lib)......._________52 .!
Tins OVALTINE (Medium) 73 .6
Pkgs CREAM OF WHEAT
(Large)......._________70 . I
USUALLY NOW
Tins Grapefruit Segmints 55 -IB
Bottles GROTSCH BEER_26 !
Tins Chum Salmon (Tails) 51
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
WE WON'T KEEP YOU EX SUSPENSE
\^
WE'LL LET YOr IN ON THE SECRET OF ECONOMY
PLl'S EFFICIENCYTHAT'S WHAT
YOU GET WHEN YOI' Bl'Y . .
MAGI HEALING OIL
the versatile remedy that's good for the whole family,
and l!> a re.il first aid kit in a bottle.
Apply it U> cut*, bruise*, strain* or sprains, or
take it internally for cold*, rough*, bronchi!!*, colic
Of dlarrhoen. and fee for yourself how quickly you
act relief.
And that'll not allyou can u*e it equally well
with your stock and poultry that's why MAGI
HEALING OIL I* becoming more and moo popular
dallv, because not only 1* it good for so many thinRv,
but because it's really GOOD.
MAGI
OIL
MAGI HEALING OIL
--V^^V^VVVV^VVV^VV/V.VV'.
Its Uorv
PEARS
CYCLOPAEDIA
IHumuuul Jtiliili'i-
Edition
= STOKES & BYNOE LTD.-Ag.nli_______________-_-^===
DELiGHTEUL
VHILMHtEX'S BOOKS \
THE /MASTER OF MARYKNOLL
BIGGLES IN THE BALTIC
THE MANNERINGS
THE BIG HOUSE
SECOND BEDSIDE BOOK
DRAKES DRUMMER
ADVOCATE
STATIONERY
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II Mill \IH>S ADA IK ATI
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TtLCPHONI 2S0I
The thuH (of IMPUlllMIHM e.
Birlh.. Mar...-. DnUii. Arkow
U-'di." H and In M.mnrUm (..,.-,. 1
|.-M on tMt-tl)l and |1.H Ml iMllWI
Ioj any numMi of -rotata up lo M. MM
3 win par wend an week-dav. and
I nnu par arord on Sunday, for eaah
bdduiofi.l word
M \KKI U.'
BNWl i iiliM.ius On On
March HOI John Enael onlv -i gl Hi
...id Mm B Enael of U>""
tttv daufhln- of Mi
..nd Mr Nom.
Will- I
Dili)
<.*tui iih on Mrch Mtn. iai. al ine
tl-nrial ]|.p Ada SI nn. Funeral Hivr her lair
BiuhI. ai 4 Jo pin.
Untbury Cemetery
1th ll...band

John bon.. Everton Si John.

Mr. E Sk4*te
Bowrn .Si.iri. Eileen m John.
:
IN MEtoORIAM
WC-ta lovln, meow, ol John II
' < ,iir*l on h March l*ol
d .1.,,
But hr i- (c In the arm* of Ju.
' I I '> Mi. love and sieve
'i -ii mat
Mndl by h,i family
rmiM, cm..
Carman. Cl.ve .children.. Elu ...rand-
*.- *""' K"*k "'"Mintar-iti-lawi.
1 -". piaaaa cop >
mi-Hi
I'lllMIWI
Tli' public irr hervbv wdii.e.I Calnll
KiMiiir credit i.i -., .,fP MnxiCCNT
EVELINE Cl-MHEKilATXIt -,-
BISHOP i I
ii her or anvone i .
ml any debt or debt* in niv name .mle>.
.i iiy mo
Al OUBTW ( TMHEHRATi II
Village
81 J*m"
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
MM. SALB
MfeMH ch-rpr imk Tt mil o*d
M eewla aaadav. 34 nor*,
-<>.o, s .,,(, a i,^ ieaek-- feared Sandd*!.
PUBLIC VOTIOS
Tan eeala par opa'a llwa on week daan
o'.j ij n-i.i pa* otiaia line on ~anclaaa_
srss jxza* *-*-
NOTICE
" "" aafahf of
HUGH CI.ARD.CT 1 ARK).
PIHLIt SALES
cawn pa* attf a I
REAL ESTATE

AUTOVO'flVE
-
an if .
ELECTRICAL
'-'. PADS (or In
"Maa drot> ,n and -ee in,-,, |ld| ,fc
John I" H.Uao,, IJtf
1'-'" UTI volta,
JO amp.. ,C .|Wl .,lh Umi,,;";
parda. A. Same. & Co. Ltd.
1 I I'll KIT
" Otic..:
111
NOTICE I* HEREBY tin*EN thai Hi
perron, bavin* any debt , fU
asain.1 Ihe 1,1,1. of ||uh Clarence
CHtte, deceaaed. late of Hart'* OaaTjn
^P-J!^0' <-"""' """*'h m thl. I.lanll
-ho died on Ih- 1th day of Ocbdarr
-. ara reajueaWd to Had m
paruclar. of thatr rlalma 4vU- al1t*i* i
tf tl undatMcnad T< J^biic Tnxlaa
> GrdHih. n. i
II Him Straat. Bndrato.n. an OT *--
Nra iha aih .. of u... mi. ,.,,
i.h.n data i .h.n pto.-*rd to dutnlnit-
'"' aaaata oi th dactaaad an-ond ln
PQ"ia Mitninl Iharato having ra(at i
onl. to murh claim* of which 1 an.ill in i
h-v. Kad nt,c, ad I -HI nM luh,r
(OT Ihr- aaaat. o* in u.,i iharrof ..>
but1 lo anv prrvn of Iw, dab1.
or rtalm I anaU not lhan tom hal
MHt,
And all par*- indalrtad to lha ..h
aatoto ara rrduadad U, ^ttl" lhal. Bald
II urblrdn*.. withoul drU\
| Datad th>. rth day of Fabruary. HI
THX PUBLb' TBUSTW
gu-lincd Administrator of lha Batata <
Hufh Claranca Claaka.
U. ...I

HJJM.U.WtATon C-nadlan Or, .
EkKtrW Cub. |H| Pwlw; mu
s?% r " "s*" "K R Muni# *
. Ud.. U>war Broad Straal. Di.il *.n
nFrBIGrATJH Ami
Blactrir I cb. feat P.cl TW
ordar Wlini bacai.aa bovi,,,, biur"
ona 3>tio.ia Mm R w T.icir
Charry Trca Coiur. Gamaon.
3? .' U- (,
UVESTOCK
COW: Ona ill Oradad Ouarnaar
U 1, ' ",y ,lm*- "'
M plnU arcond Calf a Will
. Ko-f CofUKa, si oaora
>_.________________ nil
HOIMC: ona cood rWlni Hoaaa x
Utto """* A,"'lv: *"' 11*11 I
MECHANICAL
GKBNADA POLICE FORCE
KECRl ITS REQCIREI)
1 Pay and \u..v,.,,., ,.
Conalabtc $432.00 pa Incrcne
of (24.00 after one >cui"s mi lot,
nd ytMily Incrementit or S24.00.
Cost of Living Allowance2Sr,
"f i>n>.
Lodginit Allowancefor mar-
tiv.l CoUt&biai $9 00 |ier month
KcquirrmritU for Knlblmrnl
Age between 19 and 30 yaan
Hfltfjhlminimum S ft. 8 im
Chestminimiiin i
Btion, 33 inches.
3. Applicanls will be seen al
District "A" on the 3i l A] Ml
1951.
It. A. BTOUTE,
Major,
Commissioner of Police, (Ag.)
29.3512n.
: BlCVCUtS Wiih aid wtlHouI ton.
g>* '"' I*dla^ Or-nL and chlldrati
BICyCLB ACCKSbuHiES Pump..
Ri-ldk-i. Connection.. H.tehma KHd,
SruS V'U* Al>plv cury Garasa
whlicpark Kd Dial Otl. 3JJ31 .i
CAHHirn BtKai
Hareula. Silver Klni
CO LTD.
expir
MISCELLANEOUS
BATH* In Porcelain Enamel
Whlta. Graan. P-lm.o.a wiih mat,
""" *> eomplata colour iult*. Toi
dada A BARNES a. Co.. Ltd
al-tfr.
rsi
POWCLL SPRING HOTEL
I'- i ill-.,, n \
It hai Mm bnnidhl to my aUri.tioo
>T i b.Hn widrl. .1. 1
thai mv huMiiM .. proprtcto, i ,hu
Hoial ha< baan 'llquldalad", and lhal
"cin carried on k
1 Ike
< othri
......-, thl. on*
abaolutrly PALMO. and can onlv ha
baan Marled by .oma MALI.
luara feat allualad a)
I Michii-I
Th* abo\-e will be aal
l-.bl- conipeiiiH.1, .,
>r*L ItttdarKiwn on Fddfry,
CIIATTTl IIOUSK *V IJ
t*d Hoad. Black Bock Apply
rvawtrat OnVa
'NV.I. is lOirtMl
14 Cl lUrbado.
f SI p..lrre-ca 1'. Barbado*
-. u
rrfcday Jaih Inatanl at 0.11 aaBM i>.

AI'CTIOX
'" "> nnj. and QOMPLarrr. tx*
TROl. of the hotel and IU inarmf. .rent
UBIU.V CAHTKH
rielor and ManaSe*
NOTICE
TMI HWIIAUOH IIVU. t BVKT
ASS04IT|II\
The AHMJ 1 r.TINtl of
fie above Awh.iiturn will b>- held "' the
or, Colics* hall on Sal11rd.1v April
I .,1 J
It.,.

nu >>ik <
by lha
1. Auditor.' In ,t
I riacUoii ..I Council UrmbCT*.
1 App..n.ln,e 1. Urnrial Ii
iSwnad. ( W iVMIltHBATCII.
A.autant Secr.dary.
IISS14
CURTAIN FITTINGS Co- -*i
dow atyllng li,hl control. Valance, .no
llfHI Dy Kirach. Dial 41:1 A
BArlNFJI CO.. LTD. IJ 131 ^1 In
nr.rp preezi: r,.p,ltn* i. in
mfttag order At Ralph ,A
E"1'.Si"* ''. Hardwood AllVr
Phone 4SM ., ,,
kiiltimf: keckktaky-
tkeasckik. iiakuison
college and
Ql'EEN s COIaUEOE
The Governor), of Harrison Col-
lege UK) QufHRVl Ccllege invile
applications for the full-time post
of SECRETARY-TKEASUHER to
:he Governing Bodies of Ihcf
two schools. The chief Hm es of
MfUl ippUcaiit will in-
clude:
(ai the receiving of .school fees;
(l>> prepai'Jilion of StaftT PJ?
Sheets monthly;
(c) keeping of all school ac-
1 ounti.
(d) correspondence;
<<> Rttandllll meetings of Gov-
emln Bodies concerned;
and
(fl such otfafV duties as the
Governing Bodies may de-
termine.
2. The post is nwi-pensionable
nnd rnrrles n Axed salar>- of
$2,160 | 3. Applications by letter stat-
ing age, qualifications and ex-
tnp.ethcr with two re-
cent testimonials must reach the
Director of Education, not later
than 4 p.m. on Thursday, 12th
April, 1931.
4 The successful applicant will
1 I tu assume duties on
lha M May, 1951. or as soon
11!.. as hi practicable
29 3 575n
< FRUIT: Prune., Raj
Wlea and Mixed Peel. Glared
W M FWrd. Dial 34IB. M,
Sl 3d 3 51- In
FRUIT D* TDfBi Pea,,. Pcache..
riune. A Ftult S.,lad, Gln.i
*se and -mall W M 1
III, M. .buck 81 a 3 il In
HAMS Tinned Heir. III. 1
1 Una. 8- 101b Tina and Bacon Sliced
Whole Slab W M ro.d. U.^l MB!
1 Roebuck 81. an 3 si In
U .

VENETIAN lil.lNDS. Klrsth Sun-alrc
II metal Dal.uxa VanaUn blind., to ."11.
"" Hl.il 44JB.
, HARMS A Co., Lid.
U.S. II-tin.
liDii. Dp DAYL1TI KOV1I ^-rf.FM
caae. sood ordar. Flit. Cl*' Pharmacy.
II '-I |( r,
WINTER COATS [aSajV-f. 3 denl.. J.
rood a> new lira-t.nable In prtn
3d 3 SI- 3n
LIQUOR UCENSE NOTICE
ie application of Roper I Bpfncor
er of Ltquoc LKenae No 3IB p| ihi
ranled to Rupert Milt |np and botloni Boon of a 1 .tore ,!!
buitdins In T.idor St.. Clly lor perml.-
- on lo u.- aaid Liquor larenaai Ac at
1 pp > Tudor Bt_ City
Datad ihi< 3Tih day of Mauli IMI
T.. II A TALMA. Eaq .
I i ..!-.-
Dl.l A-
in -iiii n 1 .
A(>1. ..
Nil Tin- BS9HMUOR Mil bo con.ld-
ered at a Llienalns Couil to be held at
Court, D Bftrl "A- oa. FrMay
lha 6th day of April IMI .1 II o'clock.
II A TALMA.
P n- u . I A
.3SI ,lr
I IHI WIIH Ol R MHO HISTRI
III ttOS iHtUAIIIlM IIMIIIH
M&TI I IS lintBHY OrVW th-t the
eredilni* of the ubotrnamed company 1.
nf wound up voluntarily e r. u ured
or before the 1.1 d,iv of Ma> *- 1 1
.1 thalr narrea and ..ddreaaaa nnd lha
Ucula-i of thalr dettl or elnlin. and
.1 mdrr.-. of Iheir olui-
l il .n\. lo ine undi'rusned. Ini
1 U 1 1 .i .
canned bv BSIMS tal -ruin, from.
aid liquidator, are lit Iheir MolrTlton
or paraonally 10 come in ,.itd BfOM Ihe
and dehl. tine ,ind
place ai ra,Bll be apeclned In .ik'Ii notice
r In drfiull thrre.il ihu will lie e*.
irilril from B>a benefit of am Uiinii.
an made before aoch debt, are ptoved
Dated this Mlh da. of March IMI.
I. ItoillNhOtf.
Liquidator.
f., 1 ite of Bovell A Skecte.
Lura Blreet. Hndirt.
UNOCR THE IVORY HAMMER
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
By inatructtona receKrd 1 will Mil .1,
lh- OadHnl Motor B,ia Co Nelaoi. Stre-I
on PHIDAV. 3li .11 AN Auatln Cai.
Danu-sad n Accdenti. Mile al I prr.
VIMCWCf GRIFFITH.
BUJ
-it rn,N ai.e or t onrtJTi: imv
At Glbbea. at Palar. on Th.ir-i... :
neat Utr Hut M.i.i, M 3 o'ckHk ihe 1 ).n,
BB u..|rv which PSBSMs ol aeveral
I'nwa moUly >ouna iiea. I Young Grad-
ed Bull, ill Sftrliif. carl and Hanau,
Milk Can. A Boxro. 3 Horaea over 14
handa. SH of Bud** Hamcaa. Cinm
Saperalor. Il tau*e Alnnn Rain BBSTp.
Ill Ewa Goat. 1I1 Barkihtra Boar. .1
Bievdms Sow. m Small car. ."Hillman
.. A...in, Sri.". Ill Sla volt Wind
Charsar DArcy A SColt. BMIUmiW .
313.11 3n
liOVERNMEM NOTICI
TAKE NOTICE
DISPA
That PETFJl l.UNT A COMPANY
I.U4ITEI) a limiHd lirtlnl.lv company
ln.oriKir.1rd under Ihe law. of Great
rhoM Irade Of bu.lneaa addieu
l> Park I Mir. Alnlrer. Llveipool. tdtfr-
iriuir-lrn" of a trade mark In Part -A''
of Rtsitter In re^evl of anapa tolher
than medic.iir.l anapi daterenl* anl
l-raoaratloo. and Bibttancea lor laumlt-
purpoae-. and will be .milled to redl.ter
Ihe wrna after ine month from live Jptn
(ay Of Maich. IMI unla.. tome p*r*.i"
.hall In Ihe meantime lve notice Id
duplicate to BM ..t '
llr-ii of aurh n(idi 1I..1. The BwM
mark can be aeen on applKallon at ml
Dated Urn SSivd it.' of March. IMI.
II WILLIAMS.
Ra>|l.liar Of Trade Maiki.
HIM a.
I, I if I I'.'1'
meet at Ihe Y M .C A *--
quarler.. Pinfold Streat. or.
Thuraday Ma.-" SI al b p m
Club Sevretarie. ara noimeo
that aflv.lloii arid Bestatraijon
. -.1 '
o. -
,- Advocate.
orM v. WP|S
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
Tha application of IVie.ford Ollle--i
n-lder or Liquor Ucenaa No MS Sf 111.
CattSt* t., him in reaped of a board
and ahinilr Sup with ahrdio.f lUrlMd
M Bank Hall St Mlch.iel l.ar prra>ii>
II 1 Laqldn- l.icen... .1
tnildms al Upper Kew Bu.\ Bank Ifal!
II lUrBMl
Haled thi. ISth day of March IMI.
To E A McLBOD Eaq
Police MaaTlaUato. Dl.l A '
V IIAl;F-Wi~)I
for Appl.caiit
'. I HUj application -ill be ,-onai-l
ered al a l-icrn>inK Court to be held a
. ... 1 .... J .
April IMI at It .
E A M.
.ilrr MaiMrat<. in.i t
il In
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
REAL ESTATE
WAVIIH
PROPERTY n easily
manageable form up to
A0 /nti
l.kN M. ini-
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AUCTIONEER
|'I.\NT\T1(>NS Bl IliHNG
Phone 4640
MOVAI
TAKE NOTICE
BIG BEN
Thai J. II PIRTWISTI-E A COMPANY
LIMITED Rriti.h Company, whoa*
Irade or biulne.a addraaa It Grana Hoad
-., i. . Hi M* ll-lm(deo. Uii-
c.idiire, Ensl.n d. Spinner, and Manulac-
(urea.. ha* applied lor the res'.tr-l-n
ql a irade mark In Part "A" of Rasl.lrr
In reipcct of plate rood, wholly or
malnlv of cotton, nol waterproofed or
r.lnproofed. and nrtlclea of clothlns. ivoT
walrrprc.'rd or ralnproofed. an
,,,llll. .I 1.1 resl-ter the ume 1
rr.onth Horn the h dav of M
uniria aome prraon ahull in lha maai
ttove dive notice In duplicate to md
I I Op|"tlk>" < Ml- *' llrfl'tl:
lion The Hade mark tan be .ran
DpplM'aUnn at my office
DiHt-d. Ihu and SI I of March. IMI.
II WIIJ.IAMS.
Itoslaitar of Trade Mark.
MSSI-:
TAKE NOTICE
PENNZOIL
Thai TUP. PENNEOU. COMPANY, a
corporation orsanueJ and eal.tlns uivder
|he lawa Of Uie Slate of California.
t'T.Urd Sl.le. of America, whoar Irada
or bodne.. addreai I. 143 v >
Blreet. Lo. Ansele.. California. U H A .
Manulaclur*ra. ha. applied for Ihe rei>-
trallf." of a lr,.rtc ntark in Part "A" of
RefMter In re.pec! ..I motor fuel'
ill., and lubikant sieaar.. i
lltled to rcller lha same 1
-nth from Ihe Mlh day of M.
unleaa aome prraon .hall In
mr *|ve noUce in dup;uan m
ofllce ol oppa.Hton of -rh r.
Tha Irade mOrR eon be are.
filed No MS of IMI m ...i.xl
.peel >.( a board .
d.rdir-,1 attached .1 Wei.
. ChrUt Church wllhi. D
1" for prrmHaton to rfaaWf* I
renaa to a board and .hmsir ahop with
edronf attached al Pegwrll I
iaia Theatre Ch Ch Within Dlrl
3" and to uar Ihe aaid llcenad al ruch
la.t deacrined prrmiiri
n.te,l |l- I-trt dav of March IMI
W lit UUKH l-d
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Rales of Exchange
bad
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du MAURIER
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.
1 lc,li.tT..llu". .' Irade r.^rk
to leaped
, ri-.. iiar. and lobawri
.1 .titled M rSfOsMI
day of Mi
II. untoaa aome per-on ^iall In
Hupl-ralr *
,nv of.ee of r7pp0a.Ui
Trr- 1r:.de nun I
SPECIAL REGISTRATION
OF VOTERS. 1951
For the convenience of all
'Qualified lYr-ton*" (men and
iTvnMOj ii ter as voters for the election of
1 1 to the HOUSE OF AS-
SKMMI.V thfl OmnUMnt lias
I .1 lame number of Ab-
sinlnnt Roiitslering Officers who
will vimI ivny OeCUplfKl house in
Itw Uand in order th.it RffjT)
gualified Person", who Is desir-
ous of being registered, mny be
registered wiUi as little ineonveul-
I'lin tn himself or herself as pos-
sible No one r;m he forced lo
ii'itistei. bid it i reasonable to
expect that ALL "QualHUd Per-
n.i.ai in sons will want to register. -ven
if, subsequently, some of them do
not actually vote at every elec-
tion of members for the House of
Assembly Adult Suffrage 11 |
privilege that no man or woman
would wish to ignore, but REG-
ISTRATION is necessary before
that privilege may be exercised.
2. The Special Registration ol
Voters dtn'g NOT make UafJ ptr-
sons who register liable to servo
as Jurors and bears no relation-
ship whatever to the List of Ju-
rurs. So, there is no reason why
anyone who has a conscientious
iibji'viion to serving, on ., Jury
should, on lhal account, luitat,-
to register.
3. Note, who l* a 'Oi.iih.'i.'i
Person"? A "Qualified Person"
means any male or female who,
being a British Subject, will l-e
21 years of age or over on 31st
October, 1951, and who ha:. ffJBM*
ed in the City/Parish in which he
claims registration for a period
ol not kss than Ihree month*.
4. Assistant Registering Officers
will be calling at every occupied
house in the Island during the
months of April and May. 1951.
Each of ihcse Officers has lo eovdr
his District and prepare lists of ill
the persons he has registered
within a limited period, so It la
hoped that qvery one will assist
the Officer by answering truthful-
ly and promptly the few questions
IKi he will have to ask, and will be
helpful in any other way in which
the Officer might need assistance.
For hia part, the Assistant Regis-
tering Officer will lie willing lo fill
up the necessary Claim form if
so requested, but Ihe person mak
ing the claim must sign (or if un
able to write, make his X) the
declaration that he/the has NOT
pat bOOB registered.
3. If, when an Assistant Reg-
istering Officer calls at a house,
a "Qualified Person" who resides
therein Ii away from home,
nvcc-.saiy Claim form may be left
to be filled In, and mbW
collected;or the "QunNtk'i IVr
on" may fill up his Claim fonn
and send il lo the Assistant Reg
istenng Officer. Where it is im
practicable lo leave a Claim form
with HUf 'Qualified Per*
concerned who should return
Boperlv lilled in. to the Assistant
cgtstcnng Officer fof hi- Mi Mei
a promptly as possible, anil In IHI
ense later than .'Iff Mop. 19' 6. An Assistant l<- ,
QAbbi iii i' In iHi'M'v'ii". f ..
WARRANT OF APPOINTMEHT
whirh he will be willing to pro-
duce, on request, as his authority
for visiting every house in hii
District.
7. An Assittanl Registering
Officer when performing registra-
tion duties cannot, under pain of
heavy penalties prescribed by law,
i .ndon. canvas, or attempt to influence
any "Qualified Person" as to how
he should vote, so "Qualified Per-
sons" are asked not to expect As-
sistant Reglste-ring Officers to an-
swer any such question.
29.3 512n
ii.d will
.,( \ aich. IMI
If, WILLIAM-*
Rr-aidri of T ,de Mark. Ill-
, letfta
Chrq.ie* on
DdfRaad
Draft.
Sla-ht Drall.

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JEW I I -
New Shipment opened
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Barbados Bonds and Share! i
Oversea Investments
Bought and Sold.
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The Annual General Meet
Ing of the above Club will
be helu at the Pa
Friday, 6lh April at 7
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29 3 51- 2n.
USE MORE
DISTILLED WATER
Preah uppliei a
New NATURAL G.
Iv m.talled will r. .vii* Cat.,
..anl ...ppbe.
I 3 per lallan ..t gootaU.
large quanUtte* frorr


PA
I'M.I I.K.IIT
H.Ulll Mills AUVOI Ml
IIUIiMlW 1UIIIH a, n:.i
England Wins Last Test By 6 Wickets
Ne
VBUNOTQM '
'
day when they ended their lour of
Australia Lffl to get M lor vic-
tory m hatt own two homs, they
had to tight hard [or the mm on
a crunibling wicket and had only
- to spare at the finish.
It war. England's first
.New Zealand since 1937
Zealand, who resumed 70 i l
hm nllil wicket! standing, were all out
for IBB England who made 227 In
their ' New
Zealand'-: 12.%. loM four w"'
getting 91 runs (or \ntorv. The
tint Test at Chritl Church *
drawn
...
xrw Zealand it inninc.-. m
ENGLAND lt INNINGS
BB*M>M
Simpaor b Muii
>i>pird i' ii
Comptnn b Burn
Bi-iwn li H.v-
nll<) t|i M- I *
,-n. t> Cir*rll *i
Wini r.M nul
Taitaraell J
I0W1 DM AJtAUrm
mi ^'fW _ V
afif% I w. y &a

_
T
i 1I.AND intt
".- b IMtataafl
hrllarMll
II11** r ll.il.-v b Tatl.-r.all
WMac r Rimm b Bailei
Mcaibbnn low b Taurr*all
-I'Dparil It Brdwr
QEOROE JOHNSON (centre) with feet wall apart wan winner of the Little Vnntor* Baoa at Qoaai
College Iporu yesterdav afternoon This little chap (second from right) i* prepa;lng to turn hack. H
waa leading but in-lead of braaaung the tape he decided to go back to the -Urtlng line and n
the race over again.
Moll -
< Ten.

b M, lb t. nb 3-
Claye King Queen's
College Champion
Kc-niNT U3-IJ. V.k l
: i C Kina iBi; and U. HgdrJer >Q .
(Bl
SKIPPING fUnder 13 Yr.J
l-l A Blackmail lid B. SKeete ic>.
NBTBAIJ. lOver 1J Yral
IM C Allrinc. II. AUrvn* ifj>: Jnd C
Hah.. rfJl 3rd S. Famum, *T
Ma
Fall nl wk-heto- l-l* - 1-W 4
-W; Ja* h-et; 7left- a IM
nOWMNO ANALYSIS
The
T.--.-I ..ill
a
rvm avp *r-i in-.ui*.
Bunt
nirhhouw f*h B>ini
Hcrmanf am
ft,,,
r. -
1 ih 4.
Total Hot 4 w AS USUAL the Little Visitors' Raceone for the
tols"hitfhlighted the Queen's College Sports which
held nt the College grounds yesterday afternoon
large attendance took a keen interest in this race and were
delighted when six-year-old George Johnson won.
Little George, whoa* height is
only .1 couple fact, some of his taller and older rivals.
Me waa over enthusiastic annul
his gift and told the Advocate
urtciwurds; "You know. I have
only tan once before. That is in
Ihe woods behind our home". He
1% however keen on running and
tiopiii someday to be an out-
roll 1
HIGH JU
I,.:.:-
I' S'.-.n.
I II ',
V.
Rsiilts Of
Combcrincrc Sjwrts
REGATTA ON
SATURDAY
The sixth reffntUi of the 1951
111 tx- ailt-il nn Saturdny
Ul Carlisle Bay under the aus-
pices of the Royal Baibndo. Yacht ,
Club. Hundicaiw and starting m^n* ^V?. "
time nro as follows:
ir HIGH JUMP -Over IS Yr..t
"'J Ul D Hope Bi; Sod B Chandler tl>-
tori' >"> Y 1'ollard IV),
4 fl. 3 1...
HIGH JUMP (OeM 11 Vr.l
l.l N. Wailhr (Olj 3i.d B Willlami UV
M H thatM }.
F.OO SPOON lUndet 1.1 TBkl
l.t A blackman iBi; liid J. OoodrMa'
'II 3rd fl. C.ibln IX>W BICYCLE (Orrr 13 Yrl
Ul P. Browne iH., 2nd H. mndU
BUNNY (Under II Yrt
l.t M llr-brrl iY; lnd P. GrannUP
'! ?rrt B. Trwtman ().
BACK .Open!
lil M Wood 1O1; lnd A. Ilaiker Y
lid I. Blade* id
JL'NIOH HUJVY
Maun- eaaUitHadrr IS JnA
2 inu..-, a tw ii ,
(Recara equal 1*41
3 YAHJ (1ABS 4
A 1
d n.
l.
ii iTli
100 YARDS I'l^Sd f
' < N B. J Lewi, K (l .
Call-iHlei. i: r Ti.m I0 4^afal
4 BELAY KALE JUNfOB
Bel El Be, s., ,
t 100 YARDS flJUIR 3
1. NHet. r a. I DiniM. J. I nnd
Masrwedl. A A .Turn- II aeci
t laiYAIUWCIAS* I
I rMlxwne. K A. I Clarke. C D-
3. Taylor, i K iTinn n , .
a. im YAiirm .iass 4
I Oa-ne.. ( a 7 Mannlivc. J C,
3 H-^l C l> ,T.n. 1* I
* S YAPIW CLASS I I arii.t. O. 7 14.1. K. T. J. Cal-
h'Mlvr. B iTlmr IS IS
10 l-ONG JITMP C1ABB 4
I Manr.inc. J (" ? Tirfinr. C H.
t Btirke. J I) IDhH |) fi :
II. BS YARDS I
" A J lir.t A W I
Tod.. N. mme it !> ...
DM I LAJU j
I Nttps, H A 3 l(.,t..,.. o L ,
1. Lew la. K. II. RHord idUini. tj n.
13 HO YABDR CLAliS 1
OM>o.nr K. A. and Taj
Clarke. V I( iT.me: B ics.i
14 iu VAkiis c UAeV :.
GUI. C O I Th".ne. T
. G A .T|in, II mtm,.
It UrSt; JIM. i \SK .
I lai KM II hMM K
? ml a n i- ii it i
I? HIGH JI-MI- ('LABS 4
1 Odn.ni. V A 2 BSMudBg, J
1. Ui.Wli. 1 A i||rl|ht 4 M i
IB. 440 YAI'DB (I.AMB 3
1 t^iide. J J Bealrv ( ||
lodd. N. iTWna I niln, S 3'IB arc*
iu I>l^ I
1 Kma. N U 1 Blouiiiea. V
2 Crichlow. 11. D iDW K II. 1'.
jo Htr.it jv\\r i i \-.s
. .
II lam: Jl hU> i am
w.....
Ma Vaa*4 Slat! P lea-
11 4 Ii. as ned.
D B Peter pan Ml l*4ShM
H wiaota I.3t Had.
Ii Fleabird . V. M
n 13 Raner D iu Van ThomdTke l> 13 BalnlNia- M ad.
B I lll.t n 1 Bucc.ineer m tfsssaw*
IK BM
B War C'i,.ivt I 1 Raat.l j-n Yellow
n a Okapi IN Be.1
n S fK-, Bkiaanea iaa Veil.*
Blalr ,* Rtd.
D 1 Slnbod 141 yeokn
ii 'i. r 143 Htd
n 1 fi,.. ?il ffatara
V 1 ali-a Rahav-K 34 Cornel 143 Red.
1 BCadj JM VfUow
1 I 1 1 *...!,. ; w niiiassBw ?*T Bad
C B Pea) Nan C 11 Maawm K as u.,i Ml Yellow.
C 1 Seeanp 34S Hr.1 Vallow
i ii Ran N lum M Bed.
1 | {.,.,! ? H Yellow
' Cnronetia i is a IM Bed
r t Roaiic '.' Iii fJajM i IB VolL.w
l.t Blue; and Yellow: 3rd On
SENIOH HI.UV
'" raaleal... 13 Tnl
1.1 Had. 3rd Y.Ik.-. 3rd CJreen
SrilOOI. BOYS RAC .1310 Yra 1
l.t I. A. Ward: lnd M Barrow.
OLI> (ilHI-S BACK
l.t r. Cnmberbatch; lnd T. Vaiigha
1.ITTI.E VISITOBS IIACC
l.t 0 Ji>hruoi)
Vitlmer Wins
Golf Title
/ ..s. Colleges Corrupt Athletes
WASHINGTON, March 2~.

I, ,li
William rullbnght. prejsura from
\' lean I
...th tsW
unmoral doctrine thi.1
a.e mu
gtVtlM
The Senior Champion Wu.
Clayg King; of nine House and
*he jiKo t-iided up Vi.-tnx Ul
dorum. She scored 15 patBtl :if
t-i winiiinaj the Obatarle Race and
'he Spnnl She also won the
Wheelbarrow Hare Jointly With
J. Farnum
Adell niarkmnn, also of nine
lloustv waa the lllUOl '
til points and won the
Egg and Spoon and Skipping
Kit.' ;.
Joyce Collymore, with eir.ht
Klnts. was Champion of Tallow
Bie. She was Mpecially out-
Etanding in thf fotntn Rac>
(Over IS) and won l,y g wide
maig n.
Hyacinth Inniss. with ten point
ended up Champion of Red
House. She won the Sprint. (Ove
IS) with Joyc_&>Uymore coming s^.iLu.i ,"n ih- .
a cloao s^ond In the 9en1t s..........,, S;. ,
High Jump her I.M|. if fOOl ftM t-nnd-l BflOl ICAA
nine ..ikI .. hjif nidi. inti:l.. which
!,"., t.f ,.. ,. brighi sun rune nn Ba
Nell Wniihe n.^..e,l Or-NW ,..,,,, .....
Housf with ten DO-nta Bht "<;' e .,. .(,
by a whM rnr,ri:itt in il ,
>\ hat*s on Today
< .urt of (irand Sev.doti*!
USB.
Sle of I hi iilurr 4l 'Geneva"
CasrHaaev1IM p m
Mertlng. tt Mkhael'a Vestry
when Ihe Vestry will ap-
point I Ini Im ii il'Ti finir
Law i.ii.nti.Ti- i ..inn,i
ict.ier* of Health. Vestr*'*
Counsel con-iidrr motion*
for -iiiiiiiIiik Vaatrtaa Art
l ghe Ve.lry power U
make rulea lor the proper
rundurt of IU meeting*.,
arranging for dental faell
Hie, in be made available
fee poor al clinic In Pa-
rochial buildings and for
providing additional neat
Ing at Queen's Park109
pm
I < ci-Utiu- Council meet-.
2 IH) pin
\u.tii.n Sale of Hairy at
filbba', St Peter (Il'Arry
SCOtl. Yin I......--r ----'.HI
pm
sports Finals at St Mirhael's
i.iiU School2 SO ii in
Mhletir Sport-. Gtrb,' Foun
dallon School. Christ
Church3 00 pm
Meeting of Hou*r of Assem-
bly when House will con-
airier report or the Select
Committee appointed to
prrpare a reply to Cover
i i.i ii"'M- relating to
the establishment
Ho
its..
perted to ronuider the
Holmes Report o'l Ihe I'nl
liration of Currency 3 00
pm
Mobile Cinema given stWBl
a t Vineyard Plantation
Yard. St PhlHp7 30 p m
'.iNgkiAa
aaptre Bla. Laiaaa i ii a
J.-.., 1-4-
ilumm. have be
. ipon winning fuot-
t.il hasket ball gjagRM
.Jin then
ratsWlltlg M 'he irxet.t
Ci liege basket ball scandal in
N. v Y.nk City, where several
n charges
of accepting bribes to "fix"
PBTatj
tlilleges, he added, "hire plav
m BM *eeia fide
IBafl ih.it nukes a mockery and
farce of the whole concept nl
amateur sport for the health and
enterlilnmer.t of our young men."
Iteuler
Savannah Club
Tennis Tournament;
LUXI KV
JT SOAPS
IMI'I Kill II lllllk
, iiiM i.f ixti'i'ii quali
ii< iini.'ii reun
i ,,i Rich
Out nf
ins thai
Vnm
:,!'
i....ii Okn n Chan ; oshin .11 Ui<
i 0oU rid Count
del j k. K Chri Ui Cn n
ile \"'
il he
more I

(1113) and in the Jonloi lli.;li After the i
Jump she cleared the hnr at f.
Mai one and a half IfKfBM hi gfsa BBlo u-
n>me tiist. Hires* hula advantagi w
The I'.unny Hnrr was grent imaciuus OMOtient lie held Uint
fun. In thh. the glrll Unssssl both ., ,i ;,i the end i.i
hands and knees to 'net slOCM -.,.,,,. but
Mildred llerliert. tin- | ,,,,, n.,. \\ ,,, id (he
i-oinpeUtur. won easily from Ih" | of twentj atvn Christie
nthers. As sn.ni u ihe race be- nis-m dm aven al IIH
Man she was off like u h,u. .mil i|,iits ......-. hut ^ iili
finished within n mnttrr of see- left to plu Vidmei kn<>cked in
ondK. Pani.'ia nraiimitn cune iwo pen and nlrdlc, winnini
MBftd, a few Mai behind the agon Ihree ant.....it ng Mm
Marguerite Wocxl can real!, dornile He clOassd OUl U
run in n bag. In the Ruck IL.ei wtth another par on the long
she was able to move with cbnc- thirty tlfth hole, where Christie
The Weather
TODAY
Sun sUaCH 5 im
*uu Sela: 6 10 p m
Moon /l.jt tjuarter) March
30
Llghtini: 1131 pm
High Water: D 23 a m 11.4?
P m
YESTFRUAY
i; ..... iii i .Hit.nti..m nil
Total for Month to Yester-
day: 16 In
Temperature (Max ) 84 5*F
'tetnprrature i*4h> ) SflS'l'
Wind Hireetlun: (!) a m > F.
(3 p m ) F N I
Wind Velusllv: K miles per
hour
ILiruiiirlri i H ami 29931.
i3 p m ) 29 172
lnlfr-Sfiol Athletic
Sserls
THE ANNUAL ATHLETIC
SPORTS MEETING
THE BARBADOS INTER-
SCHOOL ATHLETIC
UNION
wlU tl"' pl.cf at
KENSINGTON OVAL
FRIDAY. MARCH SOlh
at 1-30 pm
ADMISSION
Hriuintm sun*:
AdnlU ........... 1/-
aian............*-
(ifMir CballeMr Sland IZc.
25.3.51Sn. {
I COMPLEXION I.
That schont-days com- \
psfadOB csn be retained, if g
you will Bivr the skin this X
simple treatment. Dampen \J
the -.km with water, sprin- ^
kle plain I.lntatene on. then
give a geatle massage. Di
this Just beta.re retiring
U-ncitcial for iho?.
Whiter whites,
brighter eoloureds
that's what you get with Rinso!
Its rich lather oak* oui din so
thoroughly and quickly so
gently too! For easier, quicker
washing use Rinso youtl be
thrilled with the wonderful
results it fives!
RINSO for all
your wash 7
Grand in uit
hi traihing
machine! I
Very
who shave . .
ir.iniiM Mat to Be.
bottle at your dealer
.1 In. e C I
14 fl. 1' .
i B i
II A .
MICH Jl'MV ci AS--
Wee ul w rj. j ninth-.n^
1 Illnlliia..it. I K ll.Htni
N B TIh- ri.liiiviiiiB ualr.
Ii\*d fol K.i.iVa- -
:ib Kctaita. Bat. .da-
la. I I. Ilavne* SI D J Adam.. T.
i T.i.i.- .' g .Hi, it n
24 a> VAHON C1.ABSI I
I 1-" .-.te. k
1 Cram. <; N iTtmei Mil ice...
SS. HIGH Jl'MV HASH J
1. rorde H C 1 n .vi,. .
William*, J A llcitm 4 It ID li
Bssaard.
9S 440 YABDS Cl-ASB 1
1 Harro*. K S. 1 Taylor. J
7 Claike C D .Time SI 1 10 .
ST V1SITOHS' BAC'g
I. Mni -ii.iii apranger.
as on novs bacb
I Wirhham. D
IB SB) YAIIUS Cl^&S 2
I. It.ijnei J a, S Brea-alei K
.: LaWla, K S iTlmr 1 mini St.
30. IB" VABDS CLASS I
1 Barro. K S.I V > ...
.- Brow,,.
31 VI^ITOHS' HAi'l'. SEMIOU
I. hflaa Hvicinll. Iiutia*
Beaalta. santrdav. asi
H Ill.AlH HAN'MSTRtl
Trafffir Dsn'l
No. 13

IMl NOT mi: I \ i ON YOl'R
DRAKES. A GOOD DRIVER
DRIVES ON HIS ENtilM:

Space made available by
CANADA DRY
for Saler Metoruag
They'll Do It Every Time
and never fell. Rhe
Ail-U shUteM i-omlng seeoiul at
Unda Blades third
The Champion HOUI i a Bl
with fifl polnti i'ii. othet
"I'li'i i'ic Red 4N essd Oneea fofgasd the pi
and Yellow 33 points each
At the conclusion M, I
Savage, daughter of His Excel
li'tuy the CMVernor, present..1 II .
Srl/.h She was .lecontpanlcd I"
a)nr tienls Vaughan, A I) t
The reautta were as follow-
onsTAcn
n Kma* iBi. 3 d
..'mil of the I'nmi
II 13 Yra.i
patrkk iYi
SPHINT
Uiachnian
SPHINT .1
Nrwl.....I!
POTATO .n.,, ii Vr. I
J Cdlymore ilf. Hoda
Hope ,P.
POTATO .fnde. IS Vr- i
Taylor lYl,
Fme weather prevailed foi t io
iinals up tn the LaM three hole
hen a Midden hca\ -
nd 'i
sbelu '
lae matt b
slight drisale of ram However,
the battle had lieer. M
iniiKiit that the po i
tor* follow, i the i U ' dewi t>
the lust putt.
Out of the lai BR
were five Barbadians immir he
sixteen qualiflei-. four playen
from England, two each from
Canada and the I'liited States.
nnd one each, from d
Ireland anil British Guiana.
VV 1'
ramikaigner. carried Ofl
lllll IIAMHOW t>.
C K.na J rarnum iBi; kid >
Cttandler B- Srd S. Varri
Ii\ Jiiniin I i.ulu
i^CiTENTAaV
THE WEAC? NURSE
WERE S SO N-8ETWEEM V* THE R POCS K'
.IN "WE COCTO BUSINESS / WEAR Ri880NS 1
[ IiSOESS-EVERveOTys \OH TWQfC EVE- '
W4S tellins me that ] /We map poctor
Pff. SCISSOR--JES TE \[ BOBBER! HE'S HEAP
POCTOR. WWO 0PCRATP})SW6E0H MERE, VKNOtV
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