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PAGE TWO II USIIAilOS AIiVOCATE II1IIIW. MUttil M, IK1 Cahib Raiting S IR ALLAN COLLYMQI lljrbados led on v II W IA. I rtuWest %  i .Arriving To-morrow J> % %  .: by the %  %  %  all %  Nootl aOd th<*tr Wter U. S 9 K BarMl A C. i. K. W. Boo*-Watson, Mr. J. A. Ilaiyh. .1 M.I,. Mr 0 M H Ccl f M I Kn^Kso. Mini M R Knight. Miss E M Skinnrr, Mr*. F M s innat at* HIM D d> L It-transit Ol II I IIIMMIIX M 1: Hors Ihrotiuh Barbadri' Made In Barbados ROBERT FERHEK. M ger of l'nlv*rl i Hafllvad from Tr \v h> B W I A Thi* i %  %  i Ha ti-ik vtf the managership nf lha %  Ktober. Main purpoaa of bli visit l$ in with the forthcii.niiiK release of the film. "Cnrlatopbcr Coluiiilius". Some parU of Ihla nan tvera mada In Barbados He ..' at the Hotr-i Rov.il B.W.I.A. Hoateai M ISS V. I-ERIE KNOWI.ES. B W I A. Hostess who arrived here on Wednesday returne.lali. over NKVVSAM'I. Lower Broad Street III U TIEIL AFTERNOON. COCKTAIL and EVENING GOWNS llpeu -VIUIIAV MURMMi until II 30. Tol I 1*1.AZA Thrlrr—Bridgcton (DIAL 2310, KIM w . < %  • 30 p m and < • •> • • P %  "TREASURE ISLAND" B.B.C Radio Programme ..IS p.m — It as m lad shortly ,md Europe lit to England c No, not fl Off to St. Vincent rVf K J. MRS ROBERT Fl.EM1NG of Tonolo who at her.on February 28th. left %  rday on a visit to Bt Vln :. f B W I A who The "ftuiMlay Advocate" want* |LcCnl via St Lucia by B.W I A transferred to St Lucia know wkat your child c dolor 8end.%They were staying at the Marine two woaka gad Mis* Lilian "* T' favourite photograph ljM'rtel Mr Fleming in a Civ 1 print and negatlva and writ* onV'tn-ini'-i In Toronto the bark of the print, your naow. Accompanying them on their and addraa*. the child'* name andffvisil U> Si VI asr and a short description of whalWjnrt Mr* W M Miller nf Torhe I' dotng [a -into Mr Hiller is a ret red _ ..,.., 'utisitiessman of Toronto For each picture piibu>hed in the i ,-, . v rt-ytai %  ih<' 'Sunday AdvocaU'' S3 60 Will be J.. ..... i.uli-1 %  %  %  paid Picture* should be addresaadl r* .?t .. C OL \N1 aOtS. Robert Falketo the Art Editor, Advocate Co Ltd! 5-Day Vint .i had been holidayCity, and ihoiild reach him not ltrf*R CLARENCE SKINNER. ing here for Oh td I than Wednesday every week *V** s 1 1 l Shctt Telrol In Trinidad en ioute to St. Lucia yesage Ai.l>l. T 19 .m riom The Edltonala, 1.35 a m Proaramme Paiad*. 130 am Qeors* Bernard Shaw, a 00 am Lutrneea* • m How TlWriter Dcwa II. too a in The News. Illia Itonse New* rrom Brllalii Bit a in Ckne r>.wn II I) %  HI Pmsrtmw' Parade 11.30 a m i.i.in-M Cho'-. VV..rl.l AHJIK llMnwiiThr NI1W n>. Newi Analy>l>. II IS t> m CUW lit gjt • sa. — > %  %  m 4-ia p *n BBC Briii>h Qrgaartra, *< %  p... Compm.p of the Week, Via p m Lel'i Make MuUc. II OS p in Merrhanl Nav New-lelter •.•— ', Ilia.Ul %  >.. 31 U sa half months glaring with their daughter Mrs John M-n left yettcrdny morning by B.w.i A for Puerto Meo from there the] : I Haiti and • in; to Flori / siions 2.50,4.45 & 8 30 and Conlinuing Daily 4.45 c 8.30 p.m. a grant ACTION ?idrt ALIVE with euitement] :. II aa a. iiat sa.. ts % %  aa 1.41 p m 1 fi.m Itaan Newrerl. a 15 p m KnalUh aiaaaiine. I p m. I'mipmcr ul the Week. • 00 i LeU'a Mai:. n,.< NaWS 10 lO pm. Protr. ih. Ediwrlali. hi .1 r %  Mair.aae and Hi.Pamilv •„ *.vwl Ru>-la. 10 pm. MrhHlv On SHIM.. 10.1. Hln| Up The ^.Watt Disncu'? Junior Short Story Competition A|l! MiWIN liAtOSTA. TrimAfter 20 Year* The Evening Advocate invites all children under 12 lo aqtai foi -! %  * oM at. i" on ils j un j or Short Slory Competition. The best story will b.publlshetl B.W.I A | morning flight from man DENNIS BOURNE returned every Monday n The Evenhar Advocate, and DM aril %  r will receive h i Hera on .. four-day vim iVI tt( the U S. yeatcrday after A pr i ze to the value of 7/fl in either books or itaUooary, The Moncr %  1 UM \ lUatt Oarlwo wei .|„' holiday in Barbados ca n be on any subject under the sun but should not be mere than 30f Arriving on Bl „ vinr; with relatives This was words In length, and must reach The Children's Editor. The .Advocate Bourne's first visit to his Ca. LW., City not later than Wednesdaeverv week. irhicn he left B Mr Cliarles _^ ItacKetula, ftlr rrank Martin, n'omeVand Mr. Matlhew QardaiWI ,nty vcars ago. He left by Ruby .1 is „ w -| A or i^etlo Rico and bstra for a little over thu-e weeka ,,„,,, tl> ,. ( ,. i„. „,il braval P A.A. staying at %  San la Net;.". Hockley [lv w Y oi k The Cove M i; AND MRS KUOH GAGE %  | Huph .Inr were among the pastengars lasting. Eat i -ti-rday by B W.I.A. an route to lha u 8 fell Mr. G.ine ithe ownci ol the Monday i ml In New York. Eaiter Fall M n r •.IV Cleveland Lawyer M": id Mr Will ERNIE PROCTOR wrote line fiom Trinidad that Frank (>'•:.,.: M ,.„.,. I lei ..!. n leadlni on H %  • r at the Union I'ark i their home hi III Bronxville St;ivi paradata Beach Club, '> cut hb anKk and noae. Emir thryinv nee Febro•• Uwl Frtnii plant> <'-me %  ry 9th. This wa, theh fourth orer to Barbado. n two or th.ee vfatttoBarba**. w * kN "' "' Other paaaenajBTI leaving yesterda] f"i Puerto Rico wari Mr and alra, Mathar Whltahiaa who had be* a staying nt the 001007 ciuh and Mr. and Mn Jack C .H i,.. seaeaj .m\m of sVw HaMrtsw Mnyfair Bridge Ball T ill". M A V F A I II I rVDIES' • BRIDGE CLUB ill hold thehT Annual DafKC at the lliill %  Si 1. .. t'it. Marc!, .11 The Prtaident. Mr H A T.ilthe Coanmitb. Ml %  .',, U Qittena, Mrs. l.\ 0 Cumunn> and Wli-Hi i>n are going nil itr the function n gUC" "This Cluivis now eight years old : .* %  meet once every MsA/aa "i Cleveland, Ohio. U-ft on Wodnei daj afternoon tor Trinidad on route Ui mi u s . I Oth staylni .it the Colony Club. si Jamaa Mi Mi Kti %  lawyar Interviewing Candidates D' CROSSWORD MM, lit! one who pnowa off. ttl) c -pray *31 %  he gun-iocs. (f '.iied i4| v> cnange (our solce lu 1 ana bars aaatn, Hi r peraon Ui rent He* ig> II la ui) country ill linun ibieaome oarson I loaned Or fUtrm 1*1 aatJ f. ERIC K CRUICKSHANK, riofiajgOl of Medicine at Iho iUnlnntty CoHogo ol the w: '.ndies in Ji.inaicii and Mr Philip dock, VicPrincipal of the Collaga who bad bean In HH raaterda) morning foi B by ii w i A They wan itaylng at the Royal Hntal Tim are louring the w.l. intervtawlna foi entry into Ihe UnivOl I I Mr Aubrey Dougb it.-Li.-nt Tutot ol lha Unlvan t Barbados was at Sc.iwell I •, NOTE : Stories must not be copied. Send this coupon with your story. Ii Mm: SHORT STORY COMPETITION Age Home Addreaa 0€&CCH£ufj4uZ~ FACI rowofa IO* THAT NATURAL VIVID LOOK thati off. .*,'-',*-*---'.*,'--,-.'--.-,',*.','-'.*.*,*.'-I:>II>IIII: Show* I %  '•! i mil i. in lly Spcrlal ElaqueM Tin: nut: LAGOON With Jean SIMMONS, nnd Jamcii HAYTER orarora APRIL K . CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS" HOW TosUy Only 4 10 A IIS pan. Rapublli Who* •• J afSS HROTIIMtS or MISSOI RI ln| Keith HICHARO %  nd Ro> BANCKOFT ROYAL Today—Last Two Show. 430 A 8 15 pm Republic Action Double With Robert ROCKWELL Dorothy PATRICK in • in:sTi\\rio\ itw I/OISR" AND •• .NY>17// OF RIO With Monte HALF, and Roy BANCROFT OLYMPIC I aday lo Monday 4 SO Hi a.m. 20lh Centur) Pm Double Hkcharil WlllMARK anil Linda DARNK1.I. m . •• \o au oi T" AND • VMEaT /) Skl\ With John GARFIEI.ll and Mlchrlino PREIXK NO WAV OUT" No* .•uitablf for rhildrrn HAVE VOU EVER SEEN A DREAM WALKING 7 YOL" BET YOI' HAVE NOT I HAVE YOU EVER HEARD MILE TALKING I WELL BROTHER — YOU WILL! OPKXI.XI; rif-nw r. A H.:IO I HUTII.II i.m.il presents . %  tgsa caft a* rffaC VALLEY" EVEN BETTER PLAZA (DIAL 2310) imiiiM.iriowy.s mosl Popiiliir liiifuiii! EMPIRE THEATRE OI'IMM. ni-MOiutim 1.1.1 A 9.39 and CONTINUING PLEASE NOTE : As ban SUNDAY NIGHT, EMPIRE will he Snvttai (mni S.:lll in-leiid nf 8.4. r i — WITH — Putlli'i;i MEDINA Zan PITTS FRANCIS — THE TALKING MULE — PLUS — That Aristocrat of Jazz in hi 111 I\I.H\ .md Orchestra #"###•; III I I l HHYTU.U HOYS — IN — SYMPHONY IN SWING — AND — LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE EDDY HALL "Mother MaCrap" MILTON (Shine) BRAITHWAITE "Tenessoe Waltz" %  NORTON MOORE "No Orchids For Milady" KEITH SEALEY "With A Sony In My Heart" RALPH BELGRAVE "I Wish I Knew" EliROL BARNET "Foolish Heart" NO INCREASES: It's the career all females have in common b eing a woman! Dairyl F 7anuck -DAVIS -BAXTER "-SANDERS "HOLM ;^r 1 !> JARRYLF.MNUCK* CLUB >IOIM;A\ The most Beautiful Night Club from Miami to Rio with a U'or'd-uldt* ri-pulalion for good food Music, Dancing i.nlcildinnicnt throughout the night Dial 4000 for raurvafions \£^^^^fr*** '* * s Jf-** + *J* rt***f*tt* r'r ? MURRAY'S A Small Selection of Exclusive Model Day-Frocks by "Dorville" of West-End Fame also A lew Black & Silver Brocade BVBNINC IIAMIIlAl.S at prices from $14.35 WHITFIELDS YOUR SHOE STORE 15. BROAD ST. BUTTERICK PATTERN SERVICE ENAMELWARE A wilt MIIJI' l wlffl from... CUPS and PLATES DINNER CARRIERS JUGS SAUCEPANS KITCHEN SINKS BASINS CHAMBERS TOILET SETS SOAP DISHES TABLE TOPS Slorked by our IIAHHWAHD DEPARTMENT Telephone No. 2039 THE n iitmnos -iI I \i i\ i I'O'I'TO.X FAITWIIY LTD. MILK STOUT mill DEMAND MURRAY'S STOUT FROM YOUR GROCER. n Manning & Co., Ltd. AGENTS. I



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< FRIDAY. MARCH M. H5I BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE TIIRIP CITY CLINIC WILL GET DENTAL FACILITIES New Textbooks Scheme Wanted Going For Coune LABOURER, CARPENTER Powders Of B.C In Civil Aviation QUJ^Y OF LARCE\ Ca l ***** Praised SlOle Cloth, Suit-t'IUk's, V> allVt GEORGETOWN B <; Maa %  Praise lor thc men who The Assistant Manager am 1 Control Oancsr of Seawell Airport, Mr. J L. ParriS, %  leaving Barbados io.iy fee Trinidad to lake a THE VESTRY OF ST MICHAEL at their meeting A^c^De'panSit'th^rl* ^^ yesterday agreed to a motion by Mr. A. S. Bryden urging The course w*i eoeer Air N\ them to give consideration to arranging for dental facilifj'i 0 1 i-^ad* %  *** •*.^^ _" ** ties 10 be made available to the poor of ft*, parish at the JJg ral an ThTcour?wmbTfor Clinic in the Parochial Buildings. two and a hair months Mr. Weatherhead seconded the Mr. Parrn who wu seconded . motion and *aid that it was surfroai the Audit Department to f .til i fell WtirtiPfl pril nK to see the amount of chlU Seawell had served in the Cai *•lren between the ages of 12 and bean Regiment from IfM to IM5 \ unit! it li>t{ l4 wno visited the CUniion SatOn his return to Barbados he /Y"/I/IM ri urday mornings acted as adjutant and staff officer Drue. Weatherhead. the Mr Mo( ney invited members &* %  ?* ^f**"Parri* nee*, the special twining ^ !ftl ?' k-JMI and lar e amount which he will now undergo. preSENTENCE WAS POSTPONED by His Honour the ''rwa ya jay* att i ag-mst ateggarAjunj Chtaf JusUce. Mr. G. L. Taylor, on Rudolph gpiil Sb ^SSr? — Chandler, an IB-year-old labourer of New Orleans. 9*. f rnm two Color ..i i in., officials Michael, and Kenneth Hurdle, a 20-year-old carptnUf <( s E v Luka c M c; and H Fitz Gap. St. Michael, when they were both (.mini guilty ,v of .be larceny of a quantity of article, fr ..limf r ^„:;'„ COMES CLf-AN "THEMICO ^g> HOUSEHOLD CLEANSER METAL POIISH £ W*X POUSH the outgoing Churchwarden, in proto visit the Clinic and see the posing Mr. F. McD S>mmonds as number o! rhlldren in attendance in< Churchwarden for the ensuing on Saturdav mornings. No doubt year at the meeting of the St. ^ SMlli that extra work would \ertry yesterday, said ^ entailed and eonetderation WU an able man with should be given to the Dental • organisation and he beSuriteori anil Mec liffB | officer, thai *li< ..il.iirs of the par" ish would i*> in excellent hands. The Vestry also dealt with a Mr. Symmonds was a very busy motion by Mr. Symmunds to have .,,. grid in fell .!thai ..long the %  > Mai Hci ga tmtadM M B.M.O.1 he Had undertaken that job. he t permit ihe purchase and mainH.M C S tennnre of .. library of sehool Barbados from caaes. one leather wallet, one Canadian Naval Ships Coming house of Mahomed Kola situated in PnaaaffQ Ruad November 5 at the Court of Grand Sessions vesterdav. Mr W. W. Recce, K C prose, t>J . cuted for the Crown The cut ltir value which had conarticles stolen were valued ,t u n d oloth and mon *3' H $10298 and included three suit E^Y? 1 v,m .''. of lhp money from Chnndh-r ..nd Hurdle. WhihHurdle wag banding the valiati ins Indlai As three of the main witnesses were Indians, an Indian interpreter w*i called in to translate into English whnt the threv witnesses—Mahomed K la Ml homed Dockert nnd Solomon Kasxigl—were saying. In term of office as Churchwarde: was a very pleasant one due to the relationship with those two officers Firs* 18th April. 1931 H.M C.8 facilitating ni two were the most important. *fc of ,he P"'*"The last Churchwarden, not only _^____ Hi rtneern al the Vestry, but in other ways showed his sense of responsibility in carrying out those two paramount duties .vhich rested on the shoulders ot the executive nfTn^i of the parish. suit-case in the bedroom |>.t>>, ^U***tr OrKsTS '" ,h,,lh ol "hat and a quantity of cloth was in the do in dsvs long before airways." suit-case which was estimated at \V:|1 ITaram \f.. M .. abouf ten yards and valuWill f^JlrM ITIOIV W] Hacuialai CotanUl Dtvel 816.90. opment BaaaciBI at a PrMI ConOne window in the bs-droom ^gmrTcmWw TKr.T'V'^mce, Mr. Hourdillon in reply M8 opg He went mlo the The lV s,,ar pSu-atl '"'' H yard after he was told aometmng. Aunr ,, Un j_ rJ -j U Tj mil trying to K<-t international The,, waa ., Miit-e^e h-hind the j£St rt window m the yard li w two TM „ wilh lhe tWl of .| Uini aologd couW get recottatruetta Lionel CTarke. a sixteen-yearm who were bending over someaUowa hw (V gad or dcvoloument loan old labourer of Newbury. St !*"* "* M looked like a uit.ease wg^gg a flehl M Ihtlr racajtsgi tGeorge, wis taken to the Geiwral Wum !" l *^ men saw h in they rs (in Wi(r estfl e fof |ha |0 tl) i 0 to thc poUmi. tee: The Chairman. Mr. SymHospital yesterday and deUiiwd. ^L"^!'*; 2?J5f *"" w ** k P*"""' *"> dl Marrh ,0 rnonds._ Mr. Weatherhead. Hon. He was suffering from a wound ^.^'** .£,„:,, ,*.... ,„ ,. 1M1. Is JWl.911, more lh:in th. Two Wounded By Fails Off Lorries was suffering On U forehead, afte: a lorry. ,.,. -_.,_ Solomon Kasugi said that ha is falling from a s iiMmail ;nid Uv „ n t , hW Rood with Kola and Docki — %  BiM !! ,,^ o,—„.i Th *y generally keep cloth in the niwmmm*** ^mrt houK Son „. „ r lh< cloUl ttm^yjg-^sua iV-„,;.; ; ;.;„., mount i.*..i i-.r the same per.oo England while in 1950. and this despite the fat tha 1'ahamas. that sugar production lor the An 10 sraagj %  i From Barbados h ,Luka pel —iCPi gggg • %  Jackman. a labourer of Carnng ton's Village, St. Michael. into the suit-cases. On Nove 5 he was sitting m the draw! Ml MU( %  < oOw.>i.. LOOK YOUR BEST "Prosjieetor"" Calls For Rum, Sugar if torn. ToUil lililillity of cmplityi'i-. u mg room of lhe„h.n. II. w.-nl „ „, m mr „.„ „, h ,,„ Into Ihp bodloom .1 about 8 „, ,, ^ e „.„m„ ,,l U>. U Mi on a „^ lo c„ u,. „,. „„.„, and m.bonu ^ .,„, ,„„ bta**pl'.!S? S2J."TlJlS w"" .vome money in the suit-cases II %..nl something to Kola and lorry. liner SS. ProsG imeri. Cpis._ Roberts.^ Ben)sm Dockert and they went into MM .yard. The police cfOM LMTtlj alter and the suit-cases that were %  missing were brought into the house out of the yard Two gf the bonus with the additional peyinant to cutters nnd the higher | % %  \ gaalMayi -ith pay was r-stunaletl to amount Ihii > llrvad Strike Near* End KIMisrnN M.mh 29 %  Tlir vl %  ton Iwu irs—j ali bread sink. 1 tht Bxaculiva Ooum >tl fASKIJNR ib. Your hair will be handsomer by lar when you treat it tL Vaseline' Hair Tonicl Just use i few drops %  day...then see the difference' Buy a bottle today! \lase\m& m R Mr. Weatherhead was handir vor the torch to Mr. Symmonds o^^TungBom. nonths course in finger a'A photogTsphy ii Pre-Rrtirement Lc^avo Window Open The Harr cargo of rum and sugar lor Uw *_!,',, Unileil Kingdom. R225i ho had a sense of responsibility. t^^^ were busy around the Tr'-iUted and was not prepared to undertake wat erfront with loads of sugar s „.iless successfully. He nnd drums of rum which they was l( good businessman nnd he ww, discharging into watting i i Raved that he would not allow lighters. These supplies of sugar thai buildings ol the parish to and rum ware being got ready for deteriorate. loading on the Prospector. Mi F. McD. Symmonds .hankOther lorries along with hand the i hairman for his kind r*and animal drawn carts were re. Weatherhead (or non.1caivlng nee. copra, firewood. — "J"r_ J JSTUT-Z gfgd saw three men mi Unit him and other vestrymen charcoal and other cargo from 9 !" f !" ***.,"? "JT^Ziw ^l bending over something that Mr uipporting his nomination. schooners. Some schooners were A *^._. l ? 1 .. ^5 or ,_ Cj 2?*H."r!; looked like u suit-case. When they ti.3fl7.ooo. which repreacnw aa deeidgtitoMaue• prm-iamatmn mincrease of over 10 per gent, on creasing the minimum a %  the total v ages paid in i5o. of the industry, at the flgl Total Waagfl panl lii field .•<< MUhftg?sn order cutting th* waggftt factory w run f.>r the Hit in o* bread from five oum-es t.i foui weeks in 1951 was $2,312.". r iH. as and a half muxes pgf (tin i against $'.'.120,940 poid for the kaf, IhuS allowing bakers to meet same pen-l in 1990. RhO increase. The %  OCOnd BUM If work.'In the sugar industry was taken by r^vernment when rtoetsmhaTI at Lt fi c' ^ T. %  """""<• "•** ^ W hgee It waa %  l a a r i U that bakese had no wHh'wkert^ri?h^Si^nd '• "a.ntaind. ahgfft can ^ Dig ,„..clamal.on of the new SinsmiE T, !l„; In, Aft bo no qu-stion. ..n tl.. I..M. ..f rate without a complimentai y — < one or them told him that someIhe.ngure. tor the firs. It .%  K i Ihe i oi luead Tin His Excellency the Governor has granted Major J. E. Griffith ten days* vacation leave prior an< >jiw t harcoal and other cargo from o 1 u f*"l ent ., 0 ? *J?^-l!if l ^i bending of schooners. Some schooners were SSjJK. H^T.P^LSS looked like Hi> iiud Hut it waa a great taking cargo to hin, to v, ., S.Tbf o( ,. w o| 1|w !" ' g '%  %  mall.., ^S^"~ Car Turns Turtle ,^'^r • I tu.. pjii-Mi IU(l un ndmnm ^ ^^^^ ,ailor fct.mna ami uaint.... ... !" n „, .,irt tl...t ... N.,1..",!,.. 1 "y lo while Ihi.v aamS ,„ Vninv Shortly afwr 7 o'clock law nllhl mont said lhal m Novmnbrr h" Ih5 Mrno.pb~ -—"• "% %  '" "—' "• U 1H driven bv hewas dc..,tl-.l m ..*t' ^ d ...„,V?,?,„ .hi illl^l oald lo KM an.. I..,.,.., woS ... ih.-cl, ol K.n.. !" lor Ih. pa.1 room he and saw ent into the bedroom P"'< ' 1 1 1 *" f /"' u r > of the window. < %  '* *'" he greater than the wage, t saw him th-^r ran away. The ,,., w. . rs>i %  the Oil Struck In I dad then reo..i v.nh greal buflbM %  Lik irudem ethodi Undi-r The Sea weeks, prevented many In from obtaining Easter bun* and tMcatcd a big black market in the rural area for brtad Tha strike called by the li ill iihghllgrji of the Kg* joiitv Party in tinMouse of Itepi. isouithias loaaed Gos hands lo laaua ihs ae roinimum wage proelamnlion 1 at that height. ition to Uke a leaf out of Mr. -The othcr hot | lhe job of k€ ^ p chrLitopher King a welder at one '"* rt vl| ;"\ """*" ,_ i and s.des of their nf the city garages, overturned at l^ ,n i"*\ ,n into an alleged larceny iiir uiiii'i TI nnu inc jui* HI i\i-v(j%— —. %  — %  • Weatherhead's book and hoped in g lr ,e decks and ^ides of their of the city thai he would be spared to carry schooners clean and other routine the bridge along Sandy Lane Road out his term ot office so thai he work. and ws ortensively damaged. ."oold be able, at the conclusion. Id.^ wa. ."aund in the rear sent In an unconscious condition He was taken to the General Hospital ^^"Uakh and detained. from In Touch with Barbados Coastal Station BOUND OVER Seek To Ban Soulh African Goods to produce the sam P excellent report as his piedecessoi. The need* of the poor or the parish, the primary objective of the c Cci Scantlebury who pleaded Hoard of Guardians, were well guilty of inflicting grievous bodily iftgr, They were liberally harm on Scifort Hinkson on No r ,,iid no case was neglected, vember 28 was yesterday bound He said that It was to Mr. ever for IS months In lhe sum of Weal her head's credit that a long £ 100 by His Honour the Acting standing need in relation fo the Chief Justice Mr. G. L. Taylor at provision of minor repairs by wav the Court of Grand Sessions. DOMINICA. March 29. of shingles to pensioner? of the Before binding over Scantlebury. At to-days meeting of tnetm B report he went to wm parish hil<: been undertaken for His Honour told him that he had Legislature Hon. C A. H. DuplgRoad and saw two s"' 1 -*?""? n the flrtt time by tht Vestry. taken into account the fact that ny disapproved the policy of the yard which wwiotscio-^ If,? thanked Mr. Weatherhead he had pleaded guilty and his South Africa towards coloured Jhere was •>*>£ £" nnrie for what he had done and comwHlingness to rr.ake compensation people ami moved the following the w indow of ***£tt&tt&hZ TXZ2JR had received ^fc O, Mal.n^ OjUe, fffi^fSfigZ dcrprfvilo^Jof tSe pSl* => ^-ere blow with iron prpe U South Africa ****** to her 7. at about 1 a.m. he went Mr Symmonds then nominated before Je had struck back PORT-OF-SPAIN, March T. i Iniahing ail history. After receiving certain inlorma<1 hss been -truck i"der the sea tiua he saw Randolph Chandler at Guapo. South Ea"t Trinidad. : .t the C.l D. whenhancstel one hundred and fifty barrels per .i^;",,,,,, „ him. Chandler made a volunlarv <:..% %  is produced, idrough Ihe Kt-rn in. ,. gned it. Trinidad Oilfields Limited "ho aM • C *l^ Bb the statement have been rp sfo nri h lw for thajrtll -£* „ r !" Chandler earned him to his ing. The well i* W the court that Mahomed Kola made a report to him about an alleged larceny on November 5. In crnsequenee of well GtTTS DIPLOMA IN CHILD HEALTH GEORGETOWN, March Jalka \„ a...... • JtaMUM Ttr* ~ V'.H.lH Vamhlll ..,.!.• ..., kg | Without refrigeration sats. H V. C. Gale and Mr. C. A ithwaite as Senior and Junloi : rc-peetivelv %  gg awg -i Mr. D. H. I.. Ward ippeared behalf of Scantlebury. Ilnn'bl' V. C. ..ri>Ciwltr. ' %  H Mt 1 M. vm .Cnl"-..n %  M. r. D MMIIPV cf iiv r <: B |r. MI.O Mr" w~—~~u. v w A iII H Wifcliv Hand Concert This Evening m %  Mr W n Klor The F fjdlowing p !. W rTi,i Rock s ,h 's < 81 CMh d !" |. POTPOURRI haikowsk lice Band will play the 'gramme at Hastings portatton hereas such a policy is contrary die and directly opposed to the declaStation ration of human rights adopted by the United Nations, be it resolved that necessary legislation Clyde be enacted to prohibit the immen jump ovei : nidi |agj I t gt^rrvlaoc'Iiuaeclir' M2. OVERT".:RE Dr. ment Medtenl Officer attached lo *wi*k> the Ge'-rgetown PufauV Hog] tmSnjTim&ini Veil"Qi-U>e hou ol Kcn„h Hurdle jf jflljfjl th. "jtajtHkOfld male aim, and SwBOM of all of F,.; Gap and made a .. '' '' j lk „r^1?R .he h ,, ",atr,o 0 u n ,.."",',r. | nee irf Madkal Supartntana^anl it Jumped Fence •"" (^-rget-^n HusplUl at thc \l ^rgoods'from the at Passage Roa^ on November % ^^ Mff jg. bW Union of South Africa One of 0.e men he recognised as m administrator Melodies of The resolution waa supported by Randolph Chandler. f" Godfrey 9 \\ ynofflcials Lionel Deckles said that on "Raymond* A resolution introduced by HonNovember 5 he accompanied i Thomag OKirabir Austin Winston agreed in Chandler and Hurdle to the hoi A..." 1 %  i. Tmikf i-~. %  aguratsaai .. <;i.i par! M Dllwi. % %  ParlAc OoUH>>. • %  AW..* Corml*. t'Kt*|WtlH. %  I. fl.ii'• A""' Ju-iinlan. •• ai" Ijniilirs in *i t>" "• n" •iwt't*" a*if"*a <>* rnttV w fudinrh sal. gad laatMal adggi gats Mg HUM y UU r KI IM gaOa b ir>it i<-i <" •' tuisgaJaai aa paiai gMtaaan alaa .>"i gfj lasai I ksafa . swe<>r s t -Uge. v.u ,, i ...... i. .ii gaaaaya eeata .i iWsgafVsarajaattaj grift ssaa uidM taq amauaoi 1 KLIM.. pare, safe -.Ilk ^3 atUM KEIPS WITHOUT REFRIGERATION / .> 3 KLIMquallty is alwoys uniform 4 KLIMi. ascellenf for qrowlnsj children 5 KLIM cidds %  our. shment to cooltod dishes 6 KLIMis recommended for i-fent feedisq 7 KLIMis sofa in fha speciaUy-pocktd tin 8 KLIMi. produced under strictest control %  rssastri %  D C ynhlWim. mr. n. rt \i>onlnfmf>nt* 'mder Afl i SVKI C! a BVelv,. ,. L !" KM 'Jrir i. Mr t mil Ch.r' \1 i.r Mr. I A TudTSentence Postponed DeCoursey Onffith pleaded guilty of wounding Oarllold GreenIdfM "" September 20 at the Court rf Grand Sessions yesterday. Hi* Honour the Acting Chief Justice Mr 0. L Taylor postponed sentence trlnclpl" to the establishment of of the Indians in Passage R %  Customs Union for the British When they had reached the Caribbean but particularly should d'ans' place. Hurdle went througi consideration be given to the Jj' window proteclion of local industries of the f ought smaller Islands concerned with gave tl l;.hed prior to federation, which P'-**Chandler Broad Street 3. OP£HAXlC EXCERPTS "Madame Butterfly" Puccini t SONG OP INDIA "Sleepy Lagoon" Eric Coat*i 5. VALSE SONG "D'Automme** —Joyce 6 NOVELTY "Teddy Bears Picnic" Bralt 7. SELECTION "Dancing Years" 8 DANCE MUSIC 'TermesSe' proposals were adopted last year Wallz' Marrell The report or the Commission on O CANADA thc unification of public service* God Save Ihe Kino' of the British Caribbean *as Condwetor: Capt. C. E. RAISON. accepted —CD Remember — HUTCHINSONS The Mosl Central Shopping Place for• GLASSWARE and CROCKERY • ALL TYPES KITCHEN WARE • BEST BRANDS PAINTS and ENAMELS • STOVES and PARTS • BEDSTEADS, SPRINGS and MATTRESSES • GLASS and MIRRORS. and many other BARGAIN ITEMS. G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO., LTD. Germolene Ointment soothes and penetrates. It protects skin injuries> rashes, scalds, ami bites from lhe entry of harmful bacteria, and stimulates healing. Keep a tin handy for family use. FOB SCUDS, HASHES, BRUISES, •BMSIONS, Ett GERMOLENE soothes at a touch heals in record time. Obtainable cveryrehtn.



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r.w.r r.HR It.MtllAIMIS MIV6.:U2 in 1921. The imposition of the quota system in the Untied States reduced the number to that country and by 19:16 the island's population had returned to 188.294. Barbados was now supporting over 1.000 to the square mile. It was fortunate that with this population growth came also the benefits of the modern Department of Science and Agriculture. Sugar production had reached a high level and the income from crops increased in propor ti on, U1 1939 with a population estimated roughly at 189.000 the island produced a record crop of 156,442 tons of sugar valued at $7,622,000. Fortunately for us the emigration to the United States where workers were needed in field and factory to release men for the fighting .services gave us an opportunity to send out about five thousand men. This was the greatest fillip to improved slandards of living this island has over Men, During the live years following a sum of about four million dollars was remitted from the United States alone and another welcome amount from Curacao Today this is reflected in the standard of life and the general welfare of the people. But with this welcome improvement has come an increase 'n the population at the rate of 3.600 per annum. The 1950 crop of 158,162 tons was worth S21V765.00 wrote the present crop •Mimated at 163.000 is worth $22,240,000. With the increase in the numbers and people living on a single major industry at the rate of 1.200 to the square mile It is necessary that there be greater industrial production and a realisation on the part of the people that irresponsibility as parents means a burden that no country can support. The trouble with Barbadian economy is that there has always been too great a number of ]>oople to be fed from the same pay packet; and the increase at the rale of 3.600 per annum even with the increases in the production and value of sugar, must be • .hansted without contributing effectively to the desired improvement. With such a large population there must be improved standards of public health, increased social services and greater expense in conducting public services. There are methods of controlling population trends. Stamping out of legitimacy would undoubtedly help. The Church ami Kduc.it ion.d authorities dO not appear to have had much success in their campaigns against promiscuity, liirth control and family planning are controversial means of controlling population growth that are unlikely to find favour in this island. ration ia our sun st method and every effort must be made to find outlets for our redundant population. :HE NEW LEADER The Brothers (oiiiinmia/i By Louis Jay Herman *. N*w iMtfa' lllKllllll ltllsilKN-.ill.MI >Irri S. It..s4nih.il .xplaiiis How Reciprocal Trade Agreements Help World Prosperity The Soviet propaganda you hear today isn't as new as il sounds. The Naais said il all before. AMERICAN reactionary circle*, who reckon only with their own selfish Interest! . are the main incitors ot a new war.— Andrei Y Vishinsky. September 18. 1*17. The Soviet Union will defend to the end the interests of universal peaei V>arhcsla\ M. Molotov. November . IM7. The policy ot the Soviet Union is baaed on tie principle of respect f.r the •ates, bi and small, cm the principle! non-intervention in the Internal affairs of othet %  total Midotov. Nov. 6. 1*47. In the Unit I SI lb a handful of plutocrats wailuvv in wealth and enjoy unlimited while tens of millions of ordinary p e op le suffer privation and oppression and live In constant fear of the morrow Moscow New Tunes. January 2U, 194*. The distinction between the two partial [in the United States] has now become so faint that it cannot he detected even under powerful microscope—Moscow New 1 September . I94K. No parliament can in any circumstances be for Communists an arena of struggle for reforms for betterment of the situation of the working class. . The only question that of utilizing bourgeois state institutions for their destruction.—Lenin's Works, vol. XXV. "Freedom" of the press in capitalist countries means freedom of the press for the bourgeoisie, freedom for the capitalist monopolies to use the press in their own interests, freedoa to misinform the popular masses.— Izvestia. May ."i. 1919. Stalin' Always we bear in our souls his dear name. And here, in the Kremlin, his presence touches us at every step. We walk on stones which he may have trod only quite recently Let us fall on our knees and kiss those holy footprints.— Zemlya Russkaya, book published by Soviet Young Communist League, 194n of forcuuj hoi nuuM) .,!,,. ts,.. the part of all nations to repolitical philosophy upon anybody. She II th|)1( th( bamcrs ln wor ] d trade. ind n Uhoul mental reeei ration i |0 reaped the national to IIU I existence <>f The Trade Agreements Act, lirsl passed by other countries. Nail nmriid. August 17, .he U.S. Congress in 1934 and subsequently 193K. awed naaj times until the present, . , . ! s this Nation, with others, to work for countries (th. democraciee], II H hi „, lia tllin ot Uirlffs and ((thcr barriers to actuallj capital that rule., thai to, nothingL,^ The proRramme is not a pan acea for more 'han i clique ol.,' w hundred men who ; al] lhe iMs beseUing international trade. It untold wealth . Thepft rf Vl n nnl> bv lXse \ f> bnnfi about world peace arc not taken into conslderatioi md prosperity. But. the programme is the Hitler. December 19. IWil. n i y logical mechanism for attacking the The difference between these parties [u xcessively high tariffs and the pernicious the democraotas] is as small as it formerly n visible barriers which operate so effectivcwai In Germany. You know them, of course. the old parties. They were always one and the tame Hitler. December 10. 19-IH. ly to strangle trade. The U.S. Chamber does not believe that all tariffs should be eliminated. We recognize We national Socialists know that no eleclne need for, and support, such tariffs as are tion can conclusively decide the fate of a %  necessary to provide adequate protection to nation. It is not parliamentary majorities that I American agriculture and industry and. also, mold the (ate "( nations We know, how\ where needed, for national security. We do ever, that . democracy must be defeated not believe that all tariffs should be reduced with the weapons of democracy—Hitler. July to a specified equivalent ad valorem duty, IS, 1930. These capitalists create their own press .met then speak of the "freedom of the press." In reality, every one of the newspapers has a master, and in every cas' this master is the capitalist, the owner. . This press, which is the absolutely submissive and characterless slave of the owners, molds public opinion — Hitler. Dec. 10. 1940. I stand before your picture, my Fuehrer. It is a father, mother, brother all in one. And it is still more. The more I seek to grasp it. the broader, brighter and more Infinite it becomes.—Dus Schwartzc Korps. April 18. 1939. All sport organizations must get instructions in politics and party philosophy. . Non-political sport, so-called neutral sport. is unthinkable in the Reich of Adolf Hitler —Guide Book for tier man Athletics. 193S. The journalist who has to deal with questions of art must now, first of all. be a politician.— Head of Keith Press Association, .March 15. 1937. Why lilt* *llecl Dean 9 Can't be Sarked ny An ECCLESIASTICAL LAWYER QUESTIONS have been put to tinPrune Minister about Dr. Hewlett Johnson, the Dean of Canterbury —known as the "lt*—and, in tinCOM laUODI mi) OS i.unle through Ulr l !" He is of the ( all churches iri In evei> three ind to visit dlo as oo %  \'ery Keverend' 'flic dean is next in dlgiilt) bish..p. n, emit led to the preappropiial chan tlx of -v if Canterbury, the %  rchbtihop, •Freebolrl* it is eommonly aappoead Mr Ramaay MacDonald r Dr, lo hn soa ""' oau without the approval of the archbishop but in ipltS of his exI opponlion Tindean luu %  %  freehold" has the right to reUnqulah nil Is decbired vacant. RDd he enn be removed office save In the %  rOUttd of ill Bttl I KIM Of from ii only by .i nrvocatlon of health a other Incapacity, (He litters patent under which he in that event, lhe baShOB muSl ry reverend" and must cd I inn,Min.-lir. W li„ muv idYlM "S 1 ""' J"lbl vclm.-nls. void and vaianl hbSS | to cause an inquiry to No ARC Limit be held "to have need" of the Thenis no age limit, and it matter; .ind upon a certificate ild appear doubtful if a dean iteuig granted by him, the offli Instance ii Which thi> has happened. —LER Ol'II IU AIM MS KAY tt'umi-n'n f'linailum f'tuh To 'Hie Better, The Adt>ocue. Sin.--The Women's Canae The Barbados Electric Supply Corpn. .. 1 Lad] aavaBB Ceneral Traders Ltd Singer S< vim: Company Da Cosla a Co LM Eckstein Bros Ocean View Hotel J N (joddard a Sons Ltd T. Gerid. William Togarty Ltd. C. P. Harrison a Co. Ltd. 10 00 20.00 25.00 U 00 I IS. 00 I 1V0O 15.(0 15.00 Maiming a Co. Plantations Ltd The llaibadt* I I Haravharl Uirsen fc Ltd Inc. \ Co. Ltd. A a Co Ltd T Hrrbcn Ltd Jones a Co ltd. Koighls Lid Modern Dn i SI Mi rtln Doorl) & Co. Ltd, S I 1 Musson Son a Co Ltd. C S. Pitcher & Co Ltd .1 II I., i. .V CM %  Bydnrn Kmch Ltd Hull & Son briltsh American Tob-cco Co James A. Lynch & Co. Ltd I ronoy & Co. \ b> % %  a Q I.Alh) ne, Aiilun l %  J N. Harriman A Co I '.irage Perkins a Co Ltd. %  V. It. De Lima 4 I ... Y. De Lima & Co Ltd. 16 fw 15 00 10.00 io no 10.00 10 00 10 M to 00 III on 10.00 10 00 10.00 10 00 10.00 10.00 HI. 00 10.00 10 (HI 10 00 10 TO 10.00 10.00 10 O'l 111 00 5 00 S 00 I no 5.00 Wilkinson a Hayncs Co. Ltd 5.00 Cosmopolitan Pharmacy 5.00 Evelyn Hooch 4 Co I .Id 5.00 C It Itice CO. •'' on T It. Evans 5.00 JotUISOn'S Stationery 5.00 Mr. Charles McKonsit 5.00 t. ::• c.i! .:>• .. no R. M. Jonoa Co i S OC Gulf Oil B Oil Smith \ Atweii i i: I t; Cnallenor Ud r on Ltd. .. $ 00 Hotel 5.oo Ml Winston Marson 20.00 K Ii Hunte & Co. Ltd. 5.00 Mi Miner 2000 Hubert Thorn Limited 10.00 The winner* of the pri/e drawing which look place ai Uu dance were. Mr Victor Marson who won a basket of flowers and Mr Huskin who won a gallon of rum. no dance realised $2,351.20 ot which S 1.490.00 have been dhlirlbuted to the following local rfaaritls* :— I Old Ladles* ll.ime 80.00 The Goodridge Home .. 60.00 St Mary's Hume 80.00 St. Vincent de Paul 80.00 Q.W.&, Hostel 40.00 Q.F.S Home . 00.00 ; P s Holiday Rouse 40.oo St. Patrick*! I'aor School 70.00 Salvation A rim 60 00 20 00 %  ihip Fund io oo Ituj Aide so.oo Rev, Francis OottSmt • hartUm 20.00 Baby Health league 40 00 s: Uwranee Child Health League M D > r.M.p.c so.oo St John Cye Fund 50.00 Blind. Desf a Bomb Institute 50.00 S PC.A. ... .. 20.00 St Matthias Charities 20 00 Baaman'i Puna, perl Wstntra 5000 for a high tariff on one item will not necessarily be restrictive, whereas a relatively low equivalent ad valorem duty on another may still be hi^h enough effectively to preclude imports. It seems logical to assume that the reduction of excessive tariffs, with the elimination of other restrictive barriers, will be an important step on the road to unhampered and expanding international trade. The Trade Agreements Act is. so far. the most realistic and practical method of attaining this type of •Aorld trade. Accepting the premise that the reciprocal trade programme will, under normal conditions, permit private international trade to expand, the question to be answered is : "Do we want to encourage such trade?" The answer is an unequivocal "Yes". No nation, not even the United States, ^elf-sufficient. The high standard of living which we enjoy in the United States would not be possible without imports. It is true lhat our imports represent only a small percentage, generally less than 5 percent, of national income. But without certain products which we must import, our national income, and our standard of living, would be much lower. Where would we be, for instance, without coffee, and sugar, and tungsten? We could get along, but at a much lower standard of living. In the manufacture of the automobile, which is certainly a typically American product, it is necessary to import close to 100 different items. Other nations. less richly endowed with natural resources and industrial potentialit. v .lie even more dependent than we on imports. Those nations, too, could get along without imports, but the results would be even more drastic than they would be for us Artificial barriers to trade can be erected, as they have in the past, but out of those barriers will spring the poverty and want of a lowered standard of living, and it is in the pOUtKll of that despair that the seeds of Co mm u n is m are sown. Economic isolationism cannot, in the long run. benefit any free country. There is another factor which must be considered. Increased trade means increased business for all segments of our economy. Almost every major industrial group does some export business, and in many cases the export market represents a fairly large percentage of the total business volume. Even if foreign sales represent only a small percentage of the total sales, it may mean the difference between profit and loss. The lIan lirollts will I Mnas. of the dance distributed at Family WeUtn The I', The Almair Home man League $400 00 .in un 00.00 Again with sincere thanks to you and eei one rfa> HI maktaf tin function a success. LEE KI BLOCK. Honorary Secretary Brittons Cross Rood. RED — BLl'E Also PENCILS FOR MARKING GLASS ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORE FLOWER POTS from 3" to 12" diamrlcr ORCHID POTS 3"; 6"; 7"; 8"; and 12" diameter Made by the Government Factory VEGETABLE GARDEN MANURE GARDEN TOOLS SHEARS. ETC., ETC. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. I PHONES: 4472. 4687. *M1, 4413. 0 FOH YOI MX Of'JI HE.XItY -TO — WK.XR Ith'tT. TOOT.U. DRESSING GOWNS IN I'ULKA HOTS TOOTAI. RAINCOATS SPORT COATS IN HARRIS TWEEDS BOYS 1 SCHOOL BLAZERS JANTZEN BATH TKl'NKS IN BOXER. LASTEX AND WOOL SATIN ELASTIC TRUNKS ROCJOC AND SHIRTS TO MATCH BY PEGASUS GENTS' FANCY BOXER TRUNKS SPRING COATS IN MANX TWEEDS IV Ol It II OOI.I.I \ III I' i % %  MOYGASHEL SPRINGBAK ANTI-CRUSIIABLP. LINENS GEM INF. WEST OF ENGLAND DOE-SKINS BY HUNT & WINTERBOTIIAM ENGLISH GABERDINES IN A BIG VARDTTY OF COLOURS ALL WOOL LAN AIR CEL CELLULAR BLANKETS LAMBSMERE 100% VIRGIN WOOL In Check Designs — By REID & TAYLOR of Scotland DaCOSTit A Co.. Ltd. DRY GOODS DEPT. ^c4 Ui ftcu/oirt, "*j& eco" orf fC I \ Cherry. Lemon, ^ Line, i a 1\i|uca Chorohitr 'VaniU. THE FOLLOWING FLAVOURS JUST ARRIVED \\V ehould not make the mistake .if ballevinn lhat the size of the export market is important only to our manufaelurinn intorests.&: Shipments of agricultural products and ex• traded raw materials have formed a larfe : part of our total export market. There are some who ask whether the programme should b continued durlnp this period which has been so aptly termed the 'dark gray period"' of mobilizati-in. There is.' I am convinced even more reason now to work for reciprocal trade agreements than there hus been in the past At the present time, or during a war. there will still he some private inlcrnational trade. and II la important that every opportunity bo afforded for it to continue. The reciprocal trade agreements will help provide this opportunity. 23c. ran PK. Kxira llrliriau* j A ii mm. AII ni tins -211 Each Anchor Butter — 88 per lb. Killarnov Condensed Milk 27 per tin Cheese 73 per lb. Fresh Carrots & Beet Root #*//VaY GODDAHDS



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ttHTMT. MARCfl W, 1451 BABBABOS Uivoc.VTK PAGE FIVE L3 House Sanction Principle WATERBILL Leg. Council Concur In Of Milk Depot, Creamery GETS 2m R ^ istratio Resolution flic uf^TICl? np (KcniDTv %  < %  %  c*"*'! "!'' Ii:t/m D i ,„„ u „ nentofthedeporheecuM -re for the country loan both JthifSmVwm^^JmU the Rustomante an' P'nU of milk to make a pound l ..: ihe peMlOn. The oidy rcj;t, i ... M outlined ir His Excel,n "' they did not ha*| ih>i' %  %  .' ID in Op er ation before. He did not desire al the present '" 1W8 Mr Mills l'I No M mcmlers could agree in detail on rv the question. After saying whether m* PBfB .igieed in puneiple Kiev rould return on the following uotk ind continue the debate HonOUl ibkf men:'.'!Mnulti l>e putting the Government In an embarrassing position if thfy were unable to carry through IhOM two items before proroaaflorL Eventually Mr J 11. Wilkinson (E) moved the passing of the Address. READIMG HAS HON J D CHANDLER, PntioVn %  ., • latiVO Council, any EtogUtrttlon District In Hie Reoolution Hie Council's concurrence in the Resolution which ap I i Bit: then being extensively used in He would repeat lhat GovernBritain In fact, the British Milk ment was embarking on too big a Marketing Board planned to step scheme. He felt that a small up the average production of depot should first be put up in cows to 600 gallons a year by the some area and if this venture method of using the best bulls. proved successful then another in some other dt.-.i Mr W A Crawford (C) said that he merely wanted, at lhat stare, to refer briefly to the sugMr. Dowumg said that the matter was brought before the House Just before the Easter recess and members on the com* ittee were unable to be 09 tliorttOStion in the report that Uicj o^ M the> .hoiud have been, should give more assistance to A[ lne one meetinR mey had had, people who owned or wanted to tney wett ^ly ab | f t0 dtjcm, t1 own cows. among themselves. The Peasants' Loan Bank adif m* scheme were gone into v a need loans to people for the without careful consideration purchase of livestock The last f rorn every possible angle and it financial yen it advanced $81,960 became a failure, the dairy induson the seven-year credit basis rv „f Barbados would also be and the only reason why more failure. So it was for them to be had not been advanced was bevery careful in their replies to His cause of the restriction of the Excellency. Act Before 1939 very few Section 2 of the Act specifically terested in the dairy industry or defined the peasant owner and thought of encouraging it in Barpeople falling outside the catebados. After the war bioke out. gories specified were excluded however, the Agricultural Departliom securing loans. The direcment and the Barbados public betors had devoted attention to the gan to realise the necessity of rtoblem and were attempting Jo being able to produce dairy prcllberdiic the scope of UW Bank, ducts. Before he left the colony. Mr. At the time, however, there w E. H. !• %  Ward was nskod to predifficulty because of the war pat il cium.ui i-i on the obtaining machinery, matter which he did. The recomReferring to the present situamcndalions of Mr .* J. Waketion of dairymen in Barbados. Mr field on agricultural credit hac! Dowdlng said that their Job was l>een considered ind t"e miller the mast unenviable in the world had been referred *o fie Alb i ne> The dairyman was called upon at Ofoaral who had been akcd to all hours of the night and day to •idvise on tha mtaourti to Meun look after his cattle, in order lhat a title where none cxisbv! except, he might earn the very small rervossessory 'without pn*iuJ>e to ward he got for his labour. This the real owner, th.result of Uo applied to employee which would enable an occupier crrncd with that Work. of land to secure a loan based on a Mr. Doweling spoke of the ud. iililc ile of loan vantages of dairying, among This.* while providing security, which he listed, the provision of would preserve the rights of the '"^i ownor \ ,. „ „v n n uc-jf the" disadvantages, he asked hon. Wifh regard the scheme ttjaU, membm ,„ ,*. ar ln nillll fr* he thought that future results whJ|e n food cQW for |nstlincri would disclose the prognostications f1wl MQ n fl48 (h(j( W|m0 (OW of the Senior Member lor St. I-ucy ntfW p^t 135 o Another disadromplelelv to be unjustified. —intage was labour dinVultlol dlM As Boon at the depot started ,„ ; ong hours and the ., to pptrato, he slrould not be surs ,hool* tr the work he did Senior Guardian during the Parochial year 1950—Si Before the appointment Mr II. St.G Ward, outgoing Churchwarden, expressed his thank-, to the entire parochial staff for iheir help and co-operation 'I roughout his period. The Matron, Nurses and Poor Law In %  pector had rendered their services unsparingly and he wunte<; to place on record his appreciation for their co-operation He said that th* Storekeeper had always been of inestimable value by turning his hand lo aid any task The Medical Officers had been thorough in their work ,d had given freely of their ne to the service of thi I the parish He said Hint representations had been made by the Nursing Staff of the Almshouse for an increase in their salaries and he recommended that an incremental basis be adopted as is done in Government. Mr MacKenzie proposed that Mrs. H A. Talma be appointed Senior Guardian for the period 1951—52 and Mr. C Hill. Junto. Guardian. This was carried. The appointments to the otner boards were as follows: Commissioners of Highways: Messrs. H St C. Ward; CM. Drayton; H. G. Games; C. S. MacKen/le; and G. C. Ward. Commissioners of Health: Messrs. C. S. Mac Ken/ie; V. W. A Chase; F. C. Goddard, M.C.P.f G. C. Ward id H. St G. Ward. Trustee of the Archer Gttlens Trust Fund Hon. A. G.Gittens. Tuner of the organ nt St Bartholomew's Chapel: Mr. L. O. Gittens. Keeper of the organ motor at the Parish Church: Mr. F. W. Goddard; Snr. Tuner of the organ ai the Parish Church Mr. E. J. Bouvier Professor J. S. Dash was re-appointed Chairman of the Hurricane Relief Committees. The representatives on the Board for appointing Rectors and Vicars are as followsParish Church: Hon. D. G Leacock and Mr J E. Webster; St. Bartholomew: Messrs. 11. C. Sealy and Samuel Moore; Vestry: Mr. C. S MacKenzie. The Vestry agreed to allow the clerk lo advertise for lenders to •reel a pavilion, level the ground and build the approach to .the Playing Field at Sergeants Village. This land is about three acres and OWncd by Messrs. Qentral Traders. After reviewing the annual value per acre of land for the purpose of laying rates, the Vwtrj agreed, on the motion of Mr George Ward, that the amount, for many years which stood at 10 80 le iinrc-sed to $19 20. The V. i pi Iho annual grant of S480 f.i sanitation and repairs ..t tha olarna nl irj •o be allocated by Ihe Director of Edid jlion The Bill to make pre. the control and use of thi iround sources nl water supply '.and and other nutters connected, was given Its second reading in the House of Assembly yesterday Before ihis was done atwne T.embers of the Opposition ana 'he other side as well, drew attention to section S which thOJ nut might create a hardship on some people, especially the poor section ot the community, riie %  (11 No person shall, after 0 date to be specified by the Gov%  rnoi m Bxacutlva Commlttae i>> order published m UM 00 Gaaottn (isteatn the specified date* (a) sink any well or deepen an -.ell with the obj -1 of ibitraettni undargroand %  diei-efrom or convert a well 0 | inatty punk for any "'her purpo.-e (b) make any nibatantlal i unvtton of aoj mil: oi ' ll ^' •'' offaol the Order b t) DraeU '' ''' ""' ,,,ul1111 •*"* had be cable to do ro, drawn up m a cc ordo n ca rhoi JSacratary aal thai V1 which the bland '""' "" would i i %  .%  land into di-trictv He thought whole Mr. Chase had The Revdutio %  %  I I M ea|>ah|i> of horizontal area or the well or the power UtilUod to rai-.mstov rrorn such well rn the di harge of mtar % %  ratrad shall be deemed to be a substantial jlt< gtlon within the mooning "f nibitton 111 it.) of th,section: Provided t.-.at in ihe US reau which is m existeice lien this Act comes Into loi .• and which is then used for tho abstraction of undorgnsuri n licence to oontlnuo l %  %  i %  of the particular well shall riot be nv|uired until the expiratio: Of one month after Ihe specific. date, or if an appla ation is inao for a licence, until the oppUcatlo is disposed of i.v the B*ird The object* and reasons of th" Bill state lhat the Hill seeks to make provision for tho control and beneficial use of the undergroun i fresh water resources of the Islam The Senn and Roddam report form that there are two typev < I underground fnofa water— (I i Stream" water. (2) "Sheet" water "Stream" water (lows through the coral along the surface of tin impervinii, stratum, until 11 reaches mean sea level when It becomes "sheet" water, the sur face of which Is maintained .t ot l bout mean sea level by the flucnce of the -.ea. Both "stroiii >nd boat" watw %  n be of inestimable value lo the Island, not only as u source drinking water but as a path source of water for agrlcultu purposes To ascertain the ilin these underground streums and ''"t 1 ^ the extent to which H H Nl '' Ml ot and ,.!'.. %  Act that il wa I to amend He was also %  ow lhat the COft of electhfl Ootwrol Assemb.ly would bo bomo %  > the Central (i, vamment, A i as he saw with regard to the dividing up of the Island into Registration Distmts. he thought -b.i! ii rna qutto unneees%  ary to havt u many polling plafi Uraro were districts. Not only would it be unnecessary expense, hut to his mind it would bo dlmcutl to v.uik At the last elections at St tie. rgo, than ami one polling place for the whole pari-h TbafO wo*, the top floor and the ground door of the St George's B,;s' School und Ihe VesUy — a small space contiguous to the Church", and in reality, one polling place. )f course, it was arranged alphabotkaUr* Suar I i|iiii For VrlfitratitPii rUNOSTON, March 20 Tin-. >eai's labour dlaluibanroi in the Jamaica sucai industry .i|>peaied sett let I lo-<)av .is the Sn*;..i Maniilactiiieis Association, the Busiamante Industrial Tl ado Union and Ihe Trades Coin i iv gress came to an ngieement at tho Lauoui Doportmoot Conlaraneo on %  rbttratlon ptoetodlngs winch ill bo beM shortly lo determine a suitable wag* '• i ihe industry Contracung partial agreed to invite IhTOUgh UM Ooi ernment Btitllh lanbaaty in Washington, Labour Counellh l A M tloidon. to ha %  igri od ti oppointmont ..t one 11 I T U IWO I l I assessors and in SM \ sors. It was ogriod t* submit to this body Ihe union elnim tm ba raoaad wigoi ovai ai %  %  bOVO 10 per cent of the eifei || r o od? I>emg paid lo Nfli by manufacturers. Datea were oh .. settleil for holding a poll on 16 f the 23 estates to dotliiiihio hlch union holds the ballot oower among ihe workers m< W/ito$ KxdA @Vh tUJDJm OCCOALO/l on Aals at the [coding AJtehBA -.' %  'S,',:'.:v.'.'.' l -.'.'.';;.'.'.'.'.:'.:v.'.'s.'.:'.'.v." Double* in-i\t Further Consideration *Tiat polling place had deal*, with 1,900 people, and there wa* 1 i i.: %  difference between that figure and the 450 people which it wai. propo*ed to huve In one didtilct under the new Order. He had been hoping that the Colonial would have told them that the proposal was still Opt 0 Ul luPiher consideration. I Hue that there would be people who would be voting in time and who nnuln have :Mculty in understanding whist WOl 10 be donebut as he | .ii.there was a grant bet-.cn 1.000 would Inextraordinarily water can be pumped without during salinity from the < <. are to icortiod out m the near future. Meanwhile it l ,,. .. ,.,,,,„ ir|S| to* divis. v sable that there should be n land Into distncU, sold delay ln Imposing some measure -i,. pit. i< of control over the present undet dV ult to get the right type I>erson us presiding OffkOr, aim Upl .' t the presiding oflleer .11,ng places ground sources of fresh water as to prevent the possible reduO tion or contamin-ition tin to conserve and control the volume of such undcrgrounil watei The Bill therefore seeks to set up a Water Board, consisting of the Director of Agriculture, the Chief Engineer of Ihe Water Works Department and other persons onpotntOd by the Govcrnor-ini %  i Committal aha I tl responsible for odmimsterlng the provisions of the law Any prison agrieved by a decision of a Board shall have the i ighl to ap|ieid to the Governor-in-Kxecutive Committee. The Bill contains nothing thai does not appear in slrnll il tion in other countries and hat, It some extent, been long OVOrdUt il the island The Bill will 1Mconsidered ir Committee on Tuesday next NO SIGN YET BUENOS AIHKS, March 29 With only three days to go, there Wrero still no signs UMU from Argentine mOOl till I I have been going 00 honilnoo tinbeginning of the month. i:. .n, r was merely expressing the view that it was not neresiaq %  • have 111 polling places Under the Order there would he Irt polling places in St George, and only 11 icfWOU, There were not enough Govornrnaot buildings for ,-e, as far as he saw Approval Asked The Colonial Secretary replying said that the Island Supervisor was particularly anxious that the legislature should approve the Resolution bof April I. go he could not proi red with his work before th.it BLACKOUT There was n bLtcfcOUl in the Leeward Parishes f.om about 6.13 loch tool riight One M two laeborb had to stop vnsrh i>cciis.. nayce ear no current i ..." llu .T own tin %  rent and continued giHiding canes. In The House 1 enlerttay %  %  %  i %  A *.•>*•>!no. HI t.i Ih. |*i. •' l ii A. unrt|M">ii. rdU'aUim Imn Act. lOU .i. Oi> i |* dnl luliinnnl llu UK ol sUreh, I*-I .. 0M IK* aulhnrllv "I II". All % %  b UtOfaKSl for th* provHIim ol .SdilioiKl arrofr n>odaUon %  Ih* Si |*oiwril U.vS.1,,.,1 A Rrxilolion lo JI On%  I"' POfeUc !>!, A. i IMS. I . M h 1%I of nrlly ol urn rm MI"I..II projvtK A Hill tul.il .. %  %  i ..I wn oi • •f rmaln ui..|*..l .. lwtv %  iHnl no tw*nl doll, n in..l M| V ly list UIIII.M %  %  i "MrswUi il'lIIOIHP BltptM la •' Casual MHh Drool and CrMitiny on a (-o-oprj % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  %  ii III .!#.# %  : // v I PURINA I SPOULTRY CHOWS I JH. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.-Di.tnbuio,.. % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  fOi LADIES TARTAN TRAVELLING BAGS A FRESH STOCK OF THESE ATTRACTIVE AND USEFUL BAGS HAS JUST ARRIVED The TARTANS ... .,. m ,| [ncludf vruma oilu-r Suit-., the i Hmrrun. Mmliclh. KiuliHiiah. FurqiililNuii und Anrirnt Frs*r. Prlec* (rum si:t..- i *i5.:i And For Air Travel LARGE CANVAS ZIPPER BAGS IVM-I-S I'IOIII S-'O.mt (• %'27M% CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10. 11, U & 13, BROAD vntl i / I>I.\I:AI>I*I>: A iiiiinn CREAMS KNIGHTS PHOENIX SODA FOUNTAIN I HARRISON'S BROAD ST CHAMOIS LEATHERS SelreleU Uujllties GARDEN SHEARS 8" Nulrhrd MI;I;L BLADES IK S'J. IH |i.ii S COUNTER SCALES JACOBS PATTKRN—vllh Solid II, P.n. T.re B.r .111,1 Fol^. Ht.mprd rraily fur ImmrdUtp Hw n| rumpl.lr with H>UjhU 9211.1 I r..rl. RANS0MES LAWN MOWERS AKIU. IMl IKilH WOlltIS Fseh In tuu alsro—I? ami II inch rRK'lts lAJfOI h'ROM . 9:18.1 f> la s Hi. I a ,„ r |. I'umplrle ullh (iRASS I111X CAST-IRON PORCELAIN ENAMELLED BATHS KM rtNC.t I.AK SIIAI'I.—.- I. (IVIIEMI OoaaaMo ioi TAI-S. OVIUKIOW , n \ w vsn: IIHINCS mh SH.I rurl. I HARRISON'S HA T% m DANISH SI.KH) HAM -r lb -I % %  DANISH si.n 1 D DAI 0*1 per lb. !.*• SALAMI SAl'SACJE (MIl.ANOr Sl.lt MABTAI)E1-IJ\ SAUSAtiK Qlf II SI.44 ooaoANzi H i HB n %  --i u SI.M POST SAI.I-'I i HI I n ; t l. as DUTCH LUNCHEON ( HKKSKS •*>< Boll 11.51 AUSTHAI.IAN TIN CNSBB1 50.57 NKWKAKi E CLBAH BED BROTH 9* T*•. N'ESri.KS THICK CREAN ?rr Tin .. CRAWFORD'S CLUB CHCKS' Tm SI.If MM KAIM MM 111*1 STWSIII Ir, MOIT A


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PACI srv BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY MARCH 3. 131 HFNRY BY CARL ANDERSON Bk T ——~i c V MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY — ^ m v BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG —r—rr 3g ^V rp '--•\. it > ^S f=/i \ *--=f THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER THE GAMBOLS BY BARRY APPLEBY "*CV &C COO--' **C> 0*Vfr i1 WM\ r eM*< TMAT TIM* ALL OA> tCOCK A*: HC' ANO friNi-^MiNO AT TMtOAWtr 'AC COOK 'MO J BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC.MANUS i *. %  %  -B W*NTp 0 TO *Ji ABL TO 6**S ,. *OW **ff SIMOS *"V OOH'T XJU CHOKE MSC-ANO RV MAPPV I : • MM % %  BlIO '-rr A**v COCW • % j Mr I 2 • R!P KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND '1 THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES fIB iE,lMTUEU4T0fltc ),IWf l Mt •6AKS THdN^TO ut| ,-, %  CHA&M.IM KX^S'-.XjJlll i, |jTf7 Tnj.iT>i NCS WttKN.ME V HMM.C1NTWE THINKS JEEF/roiiiBlE) PHONE ANB WANA * W %  % %  * %  Dr. Clios's Ointintnl YOU DESIRE THE BEST TEA SO USE RED ROSE TEA! IT IS GOOD TEA. *G See Us for the following :— 1 & 2 \l> tin C. & E. Morton Oatmeal Pfe| Vila Wheat Biscuits Pkg. Weetabix Biscuits Boll. Heinz Sanclwii h Spread M, Hclnz lalad Ci Tina llemz Vegetable Salad ITI Mayonnaise Bots. C. & E. Morton Pickle* Tins Lamb Tongm-s Tiny Breakfast Rolls 2 lb bots. CAP. Table Sail Bats. Cocktail Cherries 1 lb. Un Assld. Sweet Biscuits INCE & Co., Ltd. <> 7, | & 9 Roebuck Street. Dial 223(1 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 .IB Tins OVALTINE (Medium) 73 .H Pkgs CREAM OF WHEAT (Large). .70 .61 USUALLY NOW Tins Grapefruit Segmints 55 .18 Bottles GROTSCH BEER_26 .18 Tins Chum Salmon (Tails) 51 IB D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street V /tf/SS These ^ •> Bats. LIMON CHEESE „ GUAVA CHEESE Pk. FIGS WHOLE GOUDA CHEESE in lib. pfcgs MORTADELLA SAUSAGE (Cul by the lb' B.B.C. DRINKS The entire range always available We will gladly supply your requirements Tin. KRAFT FISH SLTREMF ,. LOBSTER PASTE „ PURE GRAPE JUICE ALLEYNE ARTHUR & CO., LTD. '•Your frMM 0 /•v/*w>cww,w5'. It's Hi'ri' PEARS CYCLOPAEDIA Diamond .luhilv,Edition UELMGHTFUL < IIII.MU \ 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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ritlDW. MARCH :UI 19.-.I BARBADOS VnVOCATF. PACI -.HIS CLASSIFIED ADS. IM IH H \OIUIS I IM HLM WI>S TILEPHOMI 1*0* am (feirire 11 M M on Junean Birth*. %  •iM on MI} Hjnikfu. PMUII. Acknov| M. i .-o (I M or. luadiyi area up to M. 3 ntiu per wee" canta per nord •Min^ul wart. i Sunday* I>I1.I> tithi n ... K.-.T..I r-iiwi funeral will leave tier laie reaiSarar* l Vlll*. BUe Rock -i *J0 •-(-lock Hit* evening In. It %  %  Per** Clarke •* %  IN MBBtOUAM RROM* |, |,.vmg Mrifio.v of KUJA11 IJ. BRUME who de*rll this life on Harm . 1MB lad father, brother and uncle Drai u the rivr. the memory aweel. Boon we .hall ni i Je.uafeet | lth Hie ransomed host. The trlunpn. Ol Redeeming MM Martin U>ih*i 'torn. Joshua and Clyde Brother.'. Maude. Malvlra. Naomi and Zuletka iSlster.' ; Wynlord. Carltele. .Id and Dktna. .NcoheW. . i km attnetaM. Amethyit. %  %  30 1 SI-On MM K i, Mj memory ol Jo Rock wh., dirt on Stir. MartOne ad year ha. passed MM %  i .1 ... Bui he la sate In Bat arm* of There bv ML> in.iand grace I) I Is a) Ever to bo remembered by hi. lamllv i.rkl.Wnfred. Cartlla. Carmen, Cnve .children'. lUaa t granddilld*. Amy Dock ida >l-3n MOTOR ( I Ariel 10 h p Motor Cvek H %  I B Corbln Miiam ii.i> ii mi 1'p.et JTarrllll ELKCTKICAI, HEATING PADS lot Please drop m ai>d *rc tl John P lltitaon Ud MM -• %  i .m ii *a eefh jam m ONAN %  UlMinf Plant. II-ll VOlU. D amp., tun katia. with lamp* and part. A native. Co. Ltd. iiOYFIINMEYi .NOTICE i POST OFFICE NOTICE I'ARCKL POST In consequence of a Regulation made by the G< UvfJ Committee on Ihe 21st March, 1951. with effect from the 2nd April Ihe Parcel Post Brunch im the Wharf will be open to QM general public as follows:— (a) Week days (except Saturdays) from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m (hi On Saturdays from 8 am. to IJ noon. General Post OfThw. 24th March, 1951. 28 3 51—2n. 111! I !J'~ KA1MO / Ian tube Phillip. Radi ...If Applv in F Ib-.i. Club PICKUP: On* and Pickup IM .c. Orleena Spot" XI % %  : In KEntlliEHATolt Electnc • Cub. (cat, order Can be aaan a Co Lid Lower Broad .. %  :.,,1. ,,. (., Prrlrcl orin* K RHunla t> SUaal. Dial 4.111 H3.J1 dn IKIUEKATOR: Amarlcan Oan. I workinf .,: MOM T.Lckar, UVKSTOCK OOAT One wall brad Alp.,,..i. Hivin* • plnta daily—klddrt S *"• n Apply to Mr. W Davu. Rrlllon. I'-, id %  ] %  BBI ... %  Ml TAKE NOTICE du MAURIER %  Tarn.IM W.>K! AIM In NOTICE I* llBRXRV nr\'EN that all PaVMBS hav.ni an> dab) or claim. %  *'' %  < lh EaUliof Hugh Ciarancc CUrke. rlrmwd. Uta of Hart'a Oap. in Ihr pariah of ChrUI Chur.li In Ihla lalanl "ho died on Ih* 9th day of Ortooar ltfl ir.taautr. -le ro,urtrt 10 (and In parlKuLus of Ihalr claim, duly aiiaalci la tha uaMarannadJ T*w J>ubUc Trurtaa. I' a Ha>aaa at OrtBiin. Solicitor a, Bo 11 Uuih Btrral, BrlalPto. n. on or tt~ fara IHo tin day of M-. IMI. a*, whir* data I .hall pmrert lo dlatrlBul.tno aaaata of tha Mirnrd amonp lha pariiaa ontlilrt ir.ar.lo havir^ recar.l only lo aurh clalnu of ".huh 1 .-.11 ihd ^' "I %  •<• and 1 -ill not ha llab'a l £* * ?V m ny 9mn ,n "f o aa'i'ouiid to anv paraon of whoa* d*M or riatm I ahaU not liian RSH h-^ And all paraona IndabUrd lo tha aa.l •Mala arc raquralad lo aattla Uiair aaid BaSaaiadnaaa without dalay Dalrt thM Jtth day of rpbruary, PS1 THE PUBIJT THt-RT T. T HKADLEY. Qualifatd AdmirilOratoc of lha Latalc .f Hugh Clatanca CUrk. dcearrt H.IS14-. %  """• rnm^o II : oa araak-ddpa FOR ItlM -• %  ..J.U.. : RFAI. ESTATE BUNGALAWNavy Gardeni. anSf — oaar M laaak—4 raU %  HOUSES TAKE NOTICE Thai J II UUtTWLSTI.E A COMPANY LIMITED, o Britlah Company ho>.iradc or uualrroi addraw tl Grairf Road MlUa. Orana Road. Haallnsdan. Lanriahirr. E.,Bland. Spinnar* and Manularlurera. ha. appllrt for lha rca-imatton of a lia.l| .o.d A — ..'.< I'MOK Leepinp ma know led pa ol and oi ..ilije.1 .nd willing OnVe encased In Acro-.n.' Appi' %  H Bolldlna 1—ei Broad 'c f.-ilowkiuj dav. W*dnraday at Th...-la> *rt 10 a m rtaMM M Pile MISCELLANEOUS PLAT BwABBB IN COMPANIIH Bar h adoi Fmii.i't rlarbalo* RedlfUnfUrniahed Flat SI Itr %  BOTTUM Bchweppaa Tonic Water B. tile. Mr per dor Applv lo Johnaon m s II -in Friday Nth I I., t i .... ''Till\ (ATFORn Ai Co M 3 Han MARINE GARDENS New 1 brtroon. w.th r.itiri.na walee. kulll In narJrobai and all modern coixveniencea I one. teaar preferred Apply Mr. Fried%  MB, Hotel Royal. U J 81 I.I h. AUCTION UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER RUVBJ* Cam Croaa Bna.t Ele. Apply wRInn to Ho-all VINCENT OaVJflffll AtartaS 'II 71) SItn I'lJKASANTON Wurthiruj main ltd r iilo*ea gallery. 3 bedroom., drawliuj fa aiump looma See*mil. room OatiM* .i-i .11 mvdarn convenMnce*. Phone I7M AvilaMa from Ul April at in in siuv TAKE NOTICE TAKE NOTICE That J. II. 1HHTWISTI.E A COMPANY I1MITF1I .. Brlllah Company, mhoae trade or buitnc*. addre.i la Grane Roal Mllla. Grane Head. Ha.linaden. Laneaahira. England. Splnnen and MamifacInrera, ha. applied (or the replalralMHi of a trade mark In part "A" of llesider in icipact of piaew pood, wholly or mainly of cotton, nofj aterpiooled or lAlnproofed. ..nd aitir-le. of rlolhi-.p. not laateiproolrt or ralnproofrt. and will be n.tlllrt to rrtliler Ihe aame alter aaw month from the Ilth ri.n of March IM' unleu -.in my office of application i D.te.1 tl.M lay Of 1 i it>ipl"-tr 1 MECHANICAL HICYC1-KS Wllh and without Ihra-aporta for l^dlea. GenU and children Becure voura now Courteiv GaraaT. Whltepark Rd. Dial 4*l JJ 3.91-n t ( ie irnntc ..tloi. nU-YCI.F. ACCE5SORIER — Pumpt. %  Liddle.. Connoctlona. Palchlng Kit.. wheel, etc. Apply Courtesy (Jara*. I Od. Dial 43*1. EfJSl4Vi Bicycle. BJSBl-tf.n. I. 14th dnv nf March IPS' II Wll LLAkU Rep.tiar of Trade M.uRv 211 J 51—Jn TAKE NOTICE HEMO COMPANY. ..I mating umte Inlaw. Of tl>* State ot New Jeiaev I'nlled Stale* ol America, whoaa IrJd' or biiUnaaa addroaa la 3M M.ndl> faw York. FMate nf New York UMJt M.mufalurwT. hat applied for lie regt.irttlon of a liada mark in Part "A" of Regular In reaped of aubatancea nard aa fooda and at Inaredlrnta in foodi: J invahdafooda; prurrmacau. lie a I preparation., and *Hl I to regl.ter the wme nfler one monih Irom the IHIh day of M-rch 1PS1 un*-* aom* paraon .hall In the mc ml tine nivr notice in duplicate to me at my otllct ..f oppoailmn of auch regHtratlon. Tht trade mark can be aaen on appllcatior Datad tim Bnd • of Mar.-h. IP i *nu*Aau of Trade Marl TAKE NOTICE CONTINENTAL mlJi'" I> Thai CONT1NFNTAI. 1-OODB. INC. corporaUoi. of the Sl-U of DelamnhoM Uada or bualtu New Jonay. Ualtod Munufactuiera. haa applied ragtatralton of a trade "ark Hi PJTI %  A %  of KegUtor in reapeel of rnodalurla, MtkM gredienl. of aoupa. and will be entitled V. regi-tn Ihr HIIW afler one month from the 991 h d at >! %  !"' I"' %  %  ,,, urnoii *ha In the meanllme pi ., my otner. ol oppoa.tion of Mich reflrtratH*n Tinit-.l mark ran bg -en .m applh-allon M m AU.LIAMS USE MORE DISTILLED WATER fr>h nipplaf. available dally ;;NATURAL G Plant ree-niIII rn.ute t-.i.tomer. with co.itanl .in : |3 per aalkyn Cat n %  sr • """ M i ; MISCELLANEOUS BATHS In Porcelain Enamel. While. Green. Prlmroae with matching i to complele colour aullea. Top a A BARNES a CO.. Ltd MUl-lf 1JN1>S S.. Troplc.il Bo Cool Modern' Woven blind. In beatilll.it W i Sweden. And M %  <• .tl. tl^r Mat. from Japan At Ham. Hitting Dept :-' I ~-l CURTAIN FITTINGS—For amart window atyllng. light control. Valancea and draperle.. By Klrach. Dial 4tl A. BARNES CO.. LTD. 13 2 M 1 f n DBaO* FBJCEZE—Capacity a gal In (reliant wi.rkmg order Al Ralph A Beard a Show Boonia. Hardwood Al'-y i tn s -" VENETIAN BLINDS. Klrach Bun-nlra all mel.il Det.imc Venaltan blind*, lo v0 6 CUB .; ind Ticket holder* TAKE NOTICE DRIMIX ThJt THE BORDEN COMPANY. (i.rpnrallon organired and ettllng under Ihe Uwi Of the Stale of New Jeraey. United Sl'le. of America, wltnae trade oi bualnea* addre** U 330 Mndlaon Avenue, New York, SUte of New York. I'SA Manufacturer*, ha. applied mr thtratlor. of a trade mark in Part of Hegi.ter in reapect of aubataince. tmxt' and a. Ingredient* In food. Infant, and Invalid.' food*; and nill ent tiled to regl.ter the aame afier l Iron, the Mlh dar ot a-jirch. IMI. unle*a aome per eon .hjll the meantime give notice In duplicate ma al my oltke of oppoalllon Of ich reglrtrallon. The trade mark can r aren on application at m/ ofRce -'" •"'• " "".."^S*-'."'' FIM.IV Frtilir lu ii TBtnorrow nifht | (Murrh 31-t %  | '% %  ^t the GtrV InduntrUI >*.'-*,'e'-*.'-*-*e'-*'*'*-''*-'-''''-***''''-*'" A. M. WEBB STO( KBROKKIt Barbados Bonds and Shares Oversea Investments Bought and Sold. 33 Broad St. (OVIT Phoenix). TAKE NOTICE BIG BEN Th at J II BIRTWISTLE A COMPANY LIMITED, a Britlah Company, nhi trade or bu.lne.* addr.-. I) llr.ntc BC Mill*. Grnne Road. H.ilmgden. U cjahlre, England. Spinm-r. and Matuili Uire... h... applied for the regl.tiation Ol %  trwda mark in Part "A" of Reputi in reapect of pnve good* wholly i mainly nf cotton, not waterproofed i i.in fed. and a.licle* of clothing, nol waterproofed Of i-inpruofed. and will be entitled lo regl'ter Ihe aame afler or* Hi from Ihe Jfth dav of Match IM *a aome peraon ahall in the mean %  give notice In duplicate to me> a onVe of oppoaltton of awch regtaUa. The Irade mark ran be ieen application at my office Dalrt ihla Bud ory of March. IMI II. WILLIAM* Begirtrar of Trade Marka %  % %  I JBI 05 0 fl": That LARUB BROTHER COMPANY. corporation organurt and fpk^gaM under the lawa of Ihe Slate of Virginia United Stale* of America, whoae bualnea* addreaa fej Biohnamd. VirginW. USA Manufacturer*, has plied for Ihe reputration of a trade %  rk In Parl A" of Reglater in reapect cigarette*, cigar., wnoking and chewing tobacco of all kanda. tobacco and lobnrco product, of all kind., muff and ke.a arlkrlea of all kind., and will •ntitlrt lo regular Ihe tame after namth from the Mih day ol March IMI unleaa aome peraon ahall the meanllme give notice In duplicate i me at my office of opposition of iucn gi.tiati.ai The trade mark can be en on a pp IK at ton at my office Dated thl* Mth day of March IMI It. WIUJAMH. ReatUlrar of Trade Mirk. 391 3n T.C!.A. Will Provide Longer Vuculion For Holiday SeeAers .Prom Our Own Correapoudenti PCiRT-OK SPAIN. March 21 Trans-Canada Airlintf* will provide holiday wcket-. wild ,i lotuxer vacation und lonfltnT ticket validity. UuruiK the sum mcr excursions, the company's ; %  *• |..outhent Bervlces are featuring a 60-dav excursion from Canada to the Cinbbetin and a 30-day ,. 11 n to Bermuda. TtaJ 'W d> nnuaaon nn bMd oo api-i-iMiH I'.'I.' OM KBd %  'hinl t.f Ihe regular ontj w i| fun-, will be KOOI for travel on T.C.A. roiiU-s in either dlrectnm. Intween Tampa and Nassau or Kingston. Iielween MriHllQl aW ( Barbados or Triniila.i. tween Canada ami any of these IMMEDIATE CASH for dUmond Jewel.17. old China. Wlver and ShanVld PUte. Phone etta or call at aoKHlNGES. ad%  nr.inj H.->al Yacht Ctub %  JBI T F N. SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHtRLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. •fr'rl. a Jtnd* M""*M! MS -W.ileei.aud 12th April IMI .411 IN It TO AMaiERBAM 4 FI.TMOI m MS M S M S OranjeoMd" aath March IMI M s ^iivrralad'' 21th April IMI. %  P MUaaOM. BON Co I Id IMMEDIATE CASH for ktry. gold nugget*, coina. n Old B W I Slaenpa Ar-'-ue Shop. DM1 <4M. GORRINOBB M1SI—tJn A number of aecond-hand K-rlv.ll.. Spoonaia LOST A MM Ml LOST pk,. .ell'* Coa.t Oond rewai Two T'dad Public Servants Fiii^'d POHT-OF-SPA1N. March '27. Immigration Constable Edward Salvaton and Conrad Findlay. a policeman of the Fire Brigade. W*n ih ordered to pay JIOO tine nnd $15 cost by Mr. Garvin Scott, M.igi-ttate in a Police Court today. They were found guilty of "conspiring to procure the issue of a fabricated travel permit" They were accused by Sub-Inspector John of conspiring together with other persons unknown lo procure a fabricated travel permit for Virginia Spencer, a native of St. Vincent, who remained In Trinidad under the name of Aril>ellu Spence. Decision cBtne within two werks after the case began before the Magistrate. Handing down his decision the Magistrate described the offence as "parlicularly :% %  lOUi cfend certain Wilkin Worship U'l-nuse the ,11'/. were public entmrted to perform duties. Sub-Inspector son said "I ask your to take a very serious view of this case and impose such a pen alty as would act as a deteirent for other public officers" The defendants after their Counsel had pleaded for the option of a fine were given two months to pay with an alternative of thrtv months in prison. DOG Strayed from Buae< mil LB Joerpn On Monda atleinoon Wirehpfrad t'ovterrier iRilih< aniwarlng in i'. ..11,,,, iradiruj to iccovrry. will be auitabi) reaide.l Ring M? P J SI In £5 FOR WOUNDING A fine of £5 to be paid %  > %  %  *.'..ilmenis or in default two months' inijiiisoiiniem with hard labour was yeMcnlny imposed on Leopold Taylor ,i 3(1 ytfU OM labounr ol Wort Hall, Bl PhlUp. \>s TTis VVni-lii|i Mi .; II (Jrifflth. Ailing Police Magi-.tr.itc ..I District "C" Taylor was found guilty of WtHindlug Cleopatra Brathwiute Ol Rbhy, St Philip, with a knife on her leli ri.in.1 The Mpatita 1 ct minuted mi March 27. I.OVIII\>IIM NOVICE ATTENTION 1drawn to the Control of Pri.es (Defencel (Amendment) Order. 1951, No 7 whuh will be published In the Offl da Qtuattc of Tburaday 29th March. 1951. 2. Under Ibih Order the maximum wholesale ami Mt.ul selhiig ( „ ; 4 s.1.,1.. 1 ud invallv maiiiif.ictiireil. Mnrgnrine (a)—locally BU utai'liirf.l and oii-K-lihl'-" lr aa follows:— ARTKT.K 1 "Bomber" Blue Mnttlrd i "Bonilwr" Cream 1-au (11 Raven Brand _id) Pelican Brand LARD locally feet % %  I MARC.ARINE (a) locally faclurcd TAKE NOTICE PENNZOIL IM THE PTNHEOII, COMPANY, a cotporatiun organised and eliding under %  he lawa of the State of California, United Slatea nf America, whoae uade fa ..,, aj .,,1 BPSI >..; %  ill. H-t-' Street I-. Angela.. Callfoenla. USA, Manufacturer-, haa applied for the regulation of a irade mark In Parl "A" ol Kegl.ter in retpect of motor fuel*, lubricant oil., and lubricant grease*, and mill he entitled to regl.ter Ihe aame after on month from the Sith day of March IPS! unleaa aome person ahall In the meantime give notice In duplicate to m* at mv 0flice of opposition of such irglstr.t.i.n The Irade mark can be *een on application at mv office. Dated lh:f Xlnd d-v of M.rrli. IStll II. WILLIAMS T'dad Will Pay City Counoillors83ADay PORT-OF-SPAIN. March 22 Trinidad City Councillors who attended all meetings may be paid Ihi.-v dollars per mreting of not less than four hours, but no member of the Council should recover more than six dollars a day. This new expenditure which will cost the Council about $9,000 to $10,000 per year will be lo meet outof-pocket expenses of membera of the Council incidental |D attendance at these meetings. Some members on the Commtttwa suggested a flat rate of $100 while others suggested $80 for each member per month, but It */as eventually agreed that it wgi more satisfactory to pay on the attendance basis, the amounts to be setBeanetrw* of Trade Marks fiance OJ*U*, *"<%  i"> !" — • -Registrar 01 •^" %  J^ tIcd al ne end ^ each month, TAKE NOTICE MILKST0CK That THE BORDEN COMPANY rorporatl.' . ..ting undi the tan of the Stale of New J.rar United Btte* of America, whe-e Mid* or buanea addre.* la 300 Mad Avenur N.w Y<*k. Rt.te of I.aw V (acturer*. ha* appli-rt Mr the registration of a tradmark In Pan A ol Beauter In reapect of aubatancea uted M r0da and a. Ingredient* in food* infiii i> and Invalids' food*, and sill be entitled M tegl.ter the same after one month from the Mth day of Moich lSi Llll llim peraon ahall In Ihe meanllme Uc in duplicate to me at i ofnr* ol oppoaltlon of surh regi.train The Irade mark can be seen on appln Dated |hl* 22nd day of M.irch. IMI H WILLIAMS. Registrar of Trade Mark. See ns (or • BRC FABRIC EXPANDED METAL TEMPERED HARD BOARD OUa STOVES & OVENS Phone 4306 T. HERBERT Ltd. i:i St 11 Roebuck St., & Magazine Lane. Ollll vi M SOUVENIRS. CURIOS. JFWH.S New Shipment opened THANI'S V? Phon. 1267 "$ood TUmli $OA CUikmolicA... A N.w Guaranteed Remedy lor the Reliel ol ASTHMA Df. JOHN'S ASTHMA REMEDY Thi akillhiUy blended preparation, aaaurtw you ol immediate relief in this moat diatreaaing diaoaao and in the result ol year* ol iniensive sludy in Asthmatic conditions. Keep a Bottle handy and relieve yourself of tha constant threats oi Asthmatic attacks. Retail Price!—12/Per Bottle Obtainable at . BOOKER'S (Barbados; DRUG STORES Ltd-Broad Street and ALPHA PHARMACY. HastingB WHOIKSAI-K PRICE (not mure than) 5K> 10 per box of 20 x 21 lb. ban .. $9 .10 tier liox of 20 X 21 lb. liars $10 90 per box of 20 x 21 lb. bars .. 3 cents per lb. in OEttaalMfl "f 11 and over or 431 cents per lb. in quantities under 25 lbs. and not less than .5 lbs. $43.00 per 100 lha, in containers of 3D lbs o I*-! 100 lbs. In quannm-v under 30 lbs and not less than S lot. 1 $1 82 per gallon in %  quantities of 50 gal1 Imis anil over or 1 SI.84 per gallon in quantities under 50 gallons and not IfBBj than 3 gallons I RETAIL PRICE 1 nut more than) 54 cents per bar or 131 •••" n,s l** r quant* bar. r.u centl i*r bar nr 121 cents l*r quarter bar. 58 cents per bar ,r 141 art* P" qimrler bar 12 cents per carton .l.es or 12 cents per enke. 18 cents per lb. 4B rents per lb or lets than 1 lb 31 cents pei ounce 5 cents per pint 01 61 1 t-iit-. per gill tailing salurdav ll.t instant M V. •Taribfoee" will paM ?argo and I'ataengrr. tor Don.ii ra. Ahllgua. Monlar.rat. Nc, "id SI Kilt. Dale of departu lo be unt 1 fled RW I. SCIIOUNKR ABSMx'IATlnN Consignee Tele No UWNER4 INC FRENCH LINE Clr file TransatUatttiue SAILINGS TO ENGLAND & FRANCE GASCOGNE: April 1st \ ia St. Lucia, Martinique, Guadeloupe aim Ant.gua SOUTHBOUND GASCOGNE: M Grenada, Trinidad. BriUsh and French QulaM Accepting Passengers. Mail and Deck Pasarngeri to Grenada. Trinidad. St Lucia and Martinique. I.M.J0NKU...L.<. Canadiaii National SteamRhips %  tirnsiiiiB SOI'tHBIIIMB LADY MI.'HV CAN rtlAI4E\r,FJl IADY RODNEY IAOY NFl-teiN l-ADY RODNEY I.AJtY M.l .. 1 \t>\ in.i.Nf., Arrtrao Rarhaona KUITIhllNII IADY l-ADY IADY IADY IADV l-*lY N B Mi BOA KODNEY NB 10*1 II".DM % %  ;i 1 st IN RODtfll Arrives Balat Arrive* Arrives Arrives Arrive. netbado* Berberio* Boaton SI. John Uallfaa Mniitcal II April 14 April U An. *. _. M Apr %  away ii] %  SKv .1 July .21 Jut.. I Ji.lv at j.i, M btd 14 Apr H WA) I J.ilv I'l %  U h Bubjf,t k> change wtOioiit T brr. I*amefifci Fare* and I GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Agents. PASSAGES TO EUROPE CooUct Antilles Products. Limited, Roseau. Domlnla., for sailBig to Europe. The usual ports of call are Dublin, London, or Rotterdam. Single fare £70; usual reductions for chUdtcn. ELDERS & FYFFES LTD. %  Lr* • The T.S.S. 4.0I.FITO will arrive from Southampton ut 7 a.m on SATURDAY. 31.1 March and will leave the same clay fur Trinidad. There is limited First Class accommodation for .hat port. APPLY WILKINSON & mm CO., LTD. ADVEHTiSE IT PAYS (,imat Efjifif'vtif.vtv OILS ARE I1F.ST I1V TEST DONT ONLY OH. IT-GERM IT IIMIttl I III MIIH ITU. Gasolene Statx rTrafalgar St. GOOD GROOMING BEGINS WITH YOUR SHIRT! YOUR SHIRT is your lirst step toward a hclter appearance. We help you take that "First Step" and keep you ahead of Ihe parade when we return your .. SHIRTS l.tl MtEHEIt Tit I'l III I < IIO\ v. is II n FOB t'ASB Used & Mini Slanps ..( lag British We.l tswUa* OOOP H.ICtJi PAID at I'ARtnBCAr* RTAMJHOCIETV. No lo-Swan i Wm. FOCARTV LTD. Sleek and wrinkle-lre*starrhed "just enough" with Collar* nnd Cuffs. You'll enjoy that well ( %  roomed look our Laundry give* your Shirt-.. %  gatr* Dtm't fFaWfa] any time, send them to-day I SANITARY LAUNDRY CO.. LTD. OF BARBADOS Mark.. Slreel Depot — Aquatic flub Gap Depot St. Lawrence DetKtt VVoodilllc. Countr> Knad. Head Ofllrr TEL. 35S2 Jisr urn AIII A NEW SHIPMENT oi BALLERINAS TOELESS and BACKLESS in BLACK. BROWN,. JWN,*" -in RE f E BROWN & $2.29 BLACK COURT *n <\n STYLE BALLERINAS fl. JO LADIES' PLAID SANDALS (three designs) $2.02 per. pair per. pair per. pair for greater Com for I in FOOTWEAR use BALLERINAS OBTAIN ABLF. AT Wm. FOCARTY LTD. s 'W//rWr*rtVeVrVeWVrWV/MWW//



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ItatJtoto. ESTABLISHED 1895 SATURDAY. MARCH 1. 151 PRICE FIVE Cl KlfelEI-' \ Alliei repulie Communiil 1^— counter-attack on the parallel SI (.All Labour Government warned not to tell out Empire KAMI tllll Security Council adopt* Anglo—U.S.. resolution si'uiirs Lodge wins inter-school .ilhl. tic championship U.N. HALT RED COUNTER ATTACK Americans May Be 4 Miles Over 38th Planes Bomb Airfields TOKYO, March 30. UNITED NATIONS big guns halted a small Chinese counter attack just before nightfall south of the 38th parallel. This was a little west where, unconfirmed reports said, American patrols had penetrated four miles into North Korea. The Chinese counter attacked north of Uijongbu where Communist resistance had been slowly building up over the past few days. They came out of their foxholes and rushed American positions lust :ifter United States' infantrymen had failed to take a hill and hud been thrown back in bitter close quarter lighting Allied artillery, however, forced the Chinese beck to their position* beton they reached the American line An American Divisional spokesman caused some confusion when he announced to frontline COtM sponuenls tfijt an American patrol along Seoul-Wonsan highway had moved over the Parallel dividing North from South Korea. This road crosses the border nearly 18 miles north of Uijongbu. A few minutes later he added, reports were "not confirmed" though he did not deny them. He flrsl said patrols had "encountered self-propelled guns after moving across the border" along the Seoul-Wonsan road. Shortly afterwards he corrected his statement to say that guns had actually been encountered south of the Parallel. Should reports be confirmed it, would be the first time American troops had crossed the Parallel incc they fell back before the Communist winter offensive last December. South Korean troops are already across the Parallel on the east coast. Thirty-two American Sabre jet lighters battled with 30 Communist MIG 15 jet fighters today over Sinuiju on the Yalu River dividing North Korea from Manchuria. Ameri-an•imtmm.i one Communist fighter shot down and two damaged. Communist fighters were trying to attack American Superfortresses bombinc a Yalu bridge at Smuiju. After a 10 minutes battle. they flew hack over the border. A few minutes )/ter eight Shooting Stars fought br lolly with 12 to 18 M I G.\ but there were no reports of damage to either side. I Mai' Arthur's he.id(luarters announced today that air attacks yesterday made four North Koreaa_airfleldB unserviceable —Renter. l.rlirU Prepare Counter-Offensive SAIGON. March 30 A French Army Communique announced to-day that signs of a coming Vietminh rebel counterDfTeu^iv.' were "becoming clearer" along the whole front in North Indo China. The Communique said the Vietminh threat was apparent since) March 27. A French military outpost five] mltBM east of Dongtrieu about IS miles northwest of Haiphong were violently attacked last night and to-day. the Communique said. —Reutrr Britain Will Spend £525m On Arms LONDON. March 30. The Labour Government presented the British taxpayer with a huge new Bill for guns, aeroplanes and other armament* in the £525.000,000 program' mates published to-day This is the overall estimate of expenses for 1951-52 of the Minis try of Supply which furnishes equipment to the armed forces. It is a gross increase of almost C 200.000,000 on the current year's figure. It doubles the nations spending on guns, and pushes up aircraft costs alone by £40.000.000. It was the Government's first big demand to the taxpayer under the otw £4.700.1100,000 rearmament programme. Food Ministry estimates published simultaneously disclosed that the Government will spend £72.692.000 on stockpiling food for use in emergency. —Heater. Persian Oil Men Want More Pay After Nationalisation ABADAN. Persia, March 30 A new IhrcJt faced the AngloIranian Oil Company today when strikers in Persian oilfields demanded control over the Company's transport. To surrender, this, the Com pany fears, would bo to put strikers in complete command ol .station. Total men MltrOM to 12.000 today. They are demanding higher pay following the Persian Parliament's decision lust w ck to nationalise the industry —Renter HOLLYWOOD, March 30. The British him "The Third Man", directed by Carol Heed. has gained the motion DictUM award for black and white cinematography. British actor Trevor Howard and the lialian actress Valll were its stars. Some of Hollywood's best known figures, dressed in glitterrig gowns and tail', packed the theatre for the priatsjrilll I Dr. Ralph Bunchc. formei united Nations Palestine mediator. "All About Eve 1 was named u the best Aim of th* year. Judy Hoillday was named licst actress Of the pear for her role In "Born Yesterday." I. I Ftrrer won the Oscar for the best actor of 1950 for his leading role In "t %  ., icrao British Actor George landers won the O-car as best supporting actor, for his performance" In "AJ1 About Eve." Josei.hm<> Hull won the award for best supporting %  euros* of 1950 for 1 her performance in "Harvey Itrsulled The Pope: Musi Stand Trial CHIETI. March 30 Communist Deputy Laura Dia? 30 year old "glamour girl of the Italian Parliament, denied in Court here today that she had Insulted t he Pope. BsM Mi alleged to have said at a public meeting: "The hands of the pope are dripping with the blood of the children of Greece and Palestine, because he did not lift a linger to stop war in Greece mid Palestine, just as he did not tifi | linger to stop or limit World War II All the Holy Water in the world will not wash the Pope': hands clean." Cool and elegant, chestnut haired Laura Dial, unmarried daughter of a rich lawyer, is liable to %  maximum of live years' imprison ment on charges of offending the Pope's honour and prestige. Rruler S human Wants Franee In Mecf.Talks WASHINGTON. March 30 French Foreign Minister Rot> ert Schuman was understood today to have told the United Stales Secretary of State Dea> that France should have uQSgl brought into recent talk* on Mod il*t : anean defi-i %  He had an informal 70 minutes Conference with Achesun before leaving with the French President Vincent Annul on a visit to Nval Academy at Annapolis. Schuman drew attention to tht fact that several conferences or il.isubject ha\e alnady been held in Malta without French participation.—Heater DEATH SENTENCE LONDON March 30 The sentence of death has been passed on a number of Chinese landowners who have organised .nrned resistance against the ComI lima avoiding to a Tass %  AS agency message received here to-dov —Renter. B.G. SEEKING £3M LOAN (From Our Own Correspondent! GEORGETOWN. B.G March 30 DRITISH GUIANA is raising a loan or loans not exceeding ** C 3.000.000 and such further sums as mov be necessary to defray expenses of the loan issue for the purpose of defraying expenditure on works and services set out in the colony's ten-year development plans The loans may be raised cither in London b> the Crown Agents or in British Guiana. First contribution to the .inking fund to be established for the repayment of loans shall be made six months after the date Bfttlcfa interest on my at commence to run. IP AMI OVI II MORRISON (L). Harrison College'* Class I high jumper ha* just %  caled the bag at 6 feet *>, inches to win the high Jump event. Parry School's Class II E. N Ham demon.Mates the bars ward western roll In tilt winning Jump. The Juan* \ag was for the Inter School -port* .t Kensington yr*trday Glasgow Sets New Record To Snatch Victory for Lodge The Third Man \\ ins Award U.N. Council Approve Anglo-American Plan On Kashmir Jssiit' LAKE SUCCESS, March 30 THE SECURITY COUNCIL today approved the Anglo American resolution calling for the appointment of a new United Nations represents tivs to try to solve the three yea-rs old dispute over Kashmir between India and Pakistan. The resolu tion was approved by eight votes to nil with two countries, Yugoslavia and t h e Soviet Union abstaining. U.S. Ask Pull Sovereignly For Ja/ttim-sf .... l ONOOM Mai Kill ... lo Japan aecwdlni i< IIM Sttitc. drnfl for a JapaiiM GRENADA ISSUE STILL IN DOUBT GRENADA. March 30 Deepite the calm course of the strike truce it present and an official bulletin to-day giving seven days' QOUCS of the intention uf the Gnvcrnor-in-Counril establish an Agricultural Wiigfs Council doubts otatn to Increase ovei the satisfactory set(Icn i'iit i l id, employer-worker nfi While no positive pr> ment baa !-'••„ mads on either side. the trend still appein both entrenching. On the return of Sir Robert Arundell jrsjsttrdatj fternoon in MMS Snipe Irom St Vincent and St. Lucia a meeting of the Executive Council was held snd this morning'. OoVei : Itwtta issued u W a g Council notke to apply to ;ili ugri:ultural plantations except those engaged wholly or pnnclpaU} in %  ultivatlon of cane, and Invil ing written representations on any objections or pointing out onus-' .ons. alterations, and modifications. Today MJ l i Oaira and the itlves uf the Manual and Ifei tal Workers' Union hcift" talk* the situation. Mr. E attending on their invitation With the critical period immeatelv ahead, ttw l-egi.skitiire has iflered another elected member shortage, Hon. T E. Noblesmith. leaving today by SS (.ascagne. for En Bland. Marrvshow gl ready on three months'^ sick I LOlx.r M HOOL wasj ihu Intel SchooJ Champlonghip -the Blue Riband in school -ill lot tea ... Kensmgl yesterday by eighteen points. V W Innuwol Lodge School was Champion Cla.s.s I Aihlelr The but time won the Championship was in l<4 with Roger BUickm.in as Champion Athlete II was a day of keen com* sis yesterday, and so near was ihe issue that when the last HUT was about to be run the score was : Lodge 79 points. College 7H points Theae wenth,< two schools in the running lor the trophy. This was the deciding event ami Indeed. Lodge carried ill beIhe issue beyond doubt by securing the tl thie place... This was the t yards, ami U>dgc put everjihl nit" t. climaxing the meeting with a in , record to bring home the SCO IV laal svool B w otag. i and fasi bowler clipped I 3/5 seconds off K H Cumber* baton 1 (H.C I two-yotr-t. of t n inutes ; pgi final posUaons ,it the end •! tin meeting were:— Lodfg '. I Harrmm CoUaga ..-t poMts; Coinbermere 19 In fie Hvlflon, Coleri L'li ixiiiitcarried off the Chgmplonshlp Poundatlon endel up with Hi pi Intl, Parry IB and Uleyne H Hi Coiiegi the cham plan KhOOl at Ihe picvi ponmeets gftd on lvo othei OMfaioni Mine Ukul v^uUsg Chatiipion School in 193* At the >tl*ei 'our rMii't',. ci rnbt rmcei Champion s. hool Thero athletic Intar-SCbool sports in 1945 '*0 oi 47 I'hf f< ur champiuiih c,f the das i 1 1>-I*School spnnl r I) W innisi.. Haniaon Col lege's cinss rr ipruiter C. A. H Evelyn. I. O'B Th-nnpaon, the Coleridge all-rounder of ( I HI and If V Wei>.,ter. ( I lumper and J.I nun ol 11 Collagi Flood Waters Drown Girl RJO DE JANBIKO. M A ten-.vrar-old girl was drown• and more than 70 houses were destroyed by heavi rone; have been falling in ., i Minas Q irasj g rtata, acco eporl. ri-c. ........ TOP the state capital Hell.. KOTlroute W..hi invaded ihe Iwal power tatlon. leavingthe lown without ights. and communicolions have *a?en interrupted for tfM hours raport g said Two riven %  i and Hooded 1 ' is inhabited by WnrklllK I %  Tatai i also dosti lyed railway BM rOtd i'Tiditeni'arln. —Reuter. Three Kittett In Rush For Water RANGOON, March 30 Three people were tdflad when crowds of thirsty Hangoon citj rens milled around the citv li.kes t< draw diinking water today Communists cut the pipeline to the capital yesterday. •-I people walked and motored four milew. tin1.... were drowned and a 10 year old ml with n jug was killed by %  falling bianch from a tree Water carriers did a i trade charging nincpence for a bucket of waler Unconfirmed report* < decided to add 4MIMMMM .ii.no :i. ... ;., budget enpenditure fir months to incre.i • • %  servants* claim* creases totalliug 0 000.000 000 • iily —Renter. "PEACE ANTHF.M BRUSSEI^. M 'oiJd Wide competition fo 1 the composition of n "Peace Anthem"' and I 'Free Peoplei March" ha-* been launched here The competition will laqrfan< iSOd hv the Belgian Na^iotia. I -1 (ormer i>-.ld N prisoner* ond next of kin wartime resistance workers — at*r. treaty, submitted to Hritaln and %  I B ,i redpienta ..f the dr,.ti man deeliiifd ii-i ut aMl unsk i consideration Kai Uej thli H-. I'II Brttali M the Aim | n i morandun oi proposed treaty Hi I in largnl) were be Uevwd to diny of restrict ihtpbulldlru] kndu >otl. doe %  ;. : favoui unn • Japan though Pritisd %  of defensive I 1 %  %  Rriilrr H Boi.il. \\ ill \U ItVa'fv In Two Yean Says N.Y. Times HOT SPRINGS, Virginia. March M Wiii...n i iurs| N rert inn-' %  ii nee awllei last mgiit itud hi believed tra r. bom) 111 UVII M'.M pH in. | i an not he 'l;i Bl ... ggalnat (ro field Onci develop) d snd pi ii would mal %  i" lUa the %  ! % %  i i B n D %  IS [i lot it would make imi o I —Keuter Tension In Latin America MANCHE8TTR, Rngtai d .1 heatai Qaaml ta %  aid thai ; %  ihe wej.ern hemisphere between he i | %  i on lb* " and it*4. It funhei called upon Uu Mi n upon %  reported ba ad Nation t iUon would >i more %  bitrators ipp iinli d b) the Pti %  ..:,. .1 i in t I I ..i in 1 la's slate%  i. i %  %  .ii ii i\ thai %  Renter Young Jap PrinM Seekg \'H Lift* TOKYO. March 30 Twenij two rear-old formei Ja | a | Prlno 1 [pai tod iv in thfl A loai President wtin I new life in BratH He is 1 ing a Unlvai It) n< i,as bee 11. h Japaj rsc widow. % %  .. Be : IH Narunlko Wmashlkunl, forms Japan's Ural portwai Pi lit Kernel \ ietor} Pottible I llll \. . %  ii. one >r i Uw "Odd int< bun be sron iiiiiniii |hj if .. third i lent of tht ,'. 1 %  rll if ti. m iiii j.::.. i %  'in veil si m* %  .... lo i "mllllona in tl I who ronstltub force —Reuter D W Innlss was easily the beat (' %  '' %  ,|,h 'Hill : Class I. thoujth he fill %  BJ old IIHI vards sprint record by i seconds. %  i' Harrison College's Crane by about three yards in Ihe Hid yards and "Tom" Clarke bj wider mat pin in the 220 yani At borne In his middle distance, the 440 yards flat. Clarke won from Inniss by some thr%  The rare, however, was not verv fast The two outstanding Jumpers of the meet were one oi i mere's two winm | f. I I %  jitii-(urnpei • O.i I'aie & papei was con %  .-I I il u present Washington con fen i %  of L'l All KeUUblKS -KeoUr %  QUEUILLE URGES EARLY ELECTIONS I'AHIS ,n Hem %  Ul pro i • i i unofflelall? — %  enter, 'Do Not 9 Sell Out Empire On Sugar oneaa n"-ftsMseaagMa %  %  Khen Dr. An%  %  il i It', (lie i iavbr '. -da' ,\1*\: %  IC I %  I i up tinrnornlng bs the Dalli Bavreas wnl Britain's i Qovi rnmenl "hat an in the i wd in effect mean the selling out of the ate %  %  i i in pinK ti assembles nn Tuei las sftei the b Board of Trade, m< Ughl upon the lalks whtch h taking place at Torquay M P s are waiting to qui upon "IHI %  a... \r Mr. Alnn < ennox-Boyd, acUog Chairman nf i Affairs Committee Speakingat toll af a mass meeting or* ganlsed hv the F.mpn I :ii. Association to UM cutting do* n of 1 ii' Lennoxi %  •.iik i.i twe n • ai a nut! the United Kingdom %  • pffec* tugai Ihe whole future ol the Britlah Wi IwUaa Yet .. itli. i AuStrall i not the West bi in wen even told thai the %  taking pi* i WHAT "' yiw.iw i Ihe lull) i:\prew.. devoting nei i % %  ball of II page to caaiiunim: tinpossible rei menl with I plate column to a ,i. i i. i'-. Qlack Pact of 1931" that the guaranteeing nl %  • ..tk.-i I ig o ami hail will be lln i r Bui h will i for West Indians who have itrus] i'i< .i in build up their II will mean Hi %  -,! %  i ran* i • l %  %  BVUIH ' %  ''r i i lha Empire" Bstpnsa also MI" nance to the quei lloti ol port i n i ontusfl uutrig cigars bini .. II.IIIT snd than will > %  %  rush t.> bu) them Ttk .lamaicon clgai I astO H.tliri I I and line penes u (oui a. i in PUe :i %  i TMJ. TI1K ADVOCATE TIIK NKWS in \i nil DAY OK '-IL HI RALEIGH THE ALLSTEEL. BICVCLS a. Red Fighter Planes Land In Albania ALWAYS AT YdlJR SERVICE A variety of models constantly in stock and ready assembled for you to choose from BELGRADE USUALLY RELIABLE ( isd hen Uinl an unspecified nutnlwi ol BoviaM li^hU'i.i several moderr Ml.fi 15's I m AIL; fickls. It ;i, believed ttiet they were thlpped t the Soviet Union by tee, STRIKE GOES ON PARIS. March 30 A midnight meeting between : % %  %  Mr -, %  -. %  • f • tro Managerial lloar'l and 'he Strike Committee failrH lo solve the transport stoppage i. A Mil .1 r ( ue revaalad that Uia %  the. employer<< disagreed with Ihe :l 'i Haiun reported to-day that niifd lunks had attackdays. -Heater. r.**t China Reiner Their presence In AI oruwted 'iero with reeetrl fluhtever that country bv unidentified MsUved frorn Italy which droppi I Anti Communism leaf h4s Vlfdlmlr Dedi IT men flight took 't by Albanian aniiaircrafl lire. DedijiT. Secretary of the TorC'gn AffairOmunltti yufOgla* National Asseml.K U close associate of Marshal TltO Dedijer also said lh group* of parachutist are being into Albania — Hester JINKS ATTACK SIIII" MONO KONG. March 30 n i "COLOSSAL BLUFFsi.mh 10 1'iofiin Kfl'i ir'li. A. Director -r Roma today desci Ibed a i olosaal bli %  Arsjentins Pros drni. Juan Pi galoped nasv sources of aton enera:> —Keuter SEARCH ABANDONED %  %  r men aboard hai licen II —struter FRIDAY WINS SCHOL. %  %  i i M A Pi school M



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I'M.I I II.Ill II MIIIAIKI-. Miwil Mi IRIIiW. MXHfll :lll. 1931 Headmrl Is Victrix Ludorum At St. Michael's VWHTLOUNG ^ Bv CM.VIN A1LFVNF Girls' School Sports 4 II \ III IS Ul\\ ERNFSTANORYII.I.F ft rdfirlofSl MkhMl'sGirls' .. proved heritU "top*" as an athlete by ending am .,' tliScMoHl SpniK Fifn. Nor vi lie I %  i %  : The Intermediate Ch-mpion*hi wu catriinti if.g The Ti-in even: iiW tlie Thre.' Owvnncth Forde won Legged H.ice jointly with M BuiGirl.s' Pace in convincing atyte, %  She did not Hnd much competition athletics, it am the other participantm the > of the .l,i. Bne took: u •tic Vi'i'.'.i iftCe. Th<. rhamBton <( oia l wa* TI i .i M I I fay I HI. Yvonne Klnj Roai n Brj ran .i nan i ice and de. i I fcatcd i" Aahby Third was M The I. og Jump evanla wei-3 Griffith Yvonne King won the hold earlier during H* 100 yards and Rack Race. /Ilk jumped 14ft. din. Jud> foil m wu O i a m MOB rt li nen, tn DLVIMOU I anal V. Aileyne Invmon A She •ran the 50 yards 'aft l',ins to win in the Inter and Catching the Train in fine mediate Division style. <_, A Inrgo gathering of : At the conclusion Mrs Ch lleih • Before this took place, Mrs lenor and the H each presented with I Ben IWO of thv Bnalkaat children the school. Aitrr the DM omation M.. ChaTTenor said thnt aba ploasad to Bee how good the race* were all run. The results wcie aj follows — I Id mis and friends spent the K < %  L tfternot.! %  with the atria, Ladv i' BOeoi | %  Si I i distributed tha Ciiai-Bjirophie-. "Tie mi follows — •0 )H K. Nmvlll*iV>. I lm an v„d. D Clarke IVI, n Thorn.. N SIHUM .A> 19 anil IMOrr %  1. Giban A MmB S U Inert .V I"I — It and l-l A W.' Kinf 100 VARM iCIaaa IIi-i Y. Km. and M M uir Kn.* tad A !! %  -. %  • %  MI Nil. TIIRtAIllM. TIM Ml 1.1 M Rar- til IV Co.. I .i M V.idr. 3rd J BlumNG i SACK BACK ..>!-." Id V Kina. nd B aMOsSMfi %  J ) RACt tCkaa in iv %  i c Tarn. Jni t ""^aTACI* HACT .1— i i it l.I M Philltp*. l-id M L}nch. Jid V OTTC H IWQ Tilt THAIS' Chtu III' m I \ ..nurd. Ind M S*rf9anl. lr C CaMtar CAT.HINO THF TRAIN 'Claw IVi Id J Corbln. Ind M Sk*l. Jid J. ShaaM. HIIII*l"lid (' A-hl.\ 3rd M t.nfl.ti, WAl.KINC RACE .Opm f latefci M 1 .rnnk. Ind ftiMlr ii-l C L Alt> Hid A sl'onv HAiT III M. Cmrman. tnd B Mavrn HKill JUMP it I> Kit it 3 M*. uasTAi.-i r "ACS: .cu inianr. ani M sitwim an! < Cadaiari POTAi'i UA I I A 11. Ill O Wall..It Ind II V' LyiwR POTATO IIAcr iCtai ML S-i*t-3i'.l. Ind V (inmili. Stli Apooti i a %  A. II (Vt. J : . I IBo-d—*. Annr. Vklori.. %  dill*. 10 Sack Rann Oavn 'Bv I Manifold A. r CniM IEI Senior. li Potato Raea 0 .\jid A A M. rarta* >A. I. W*l.-ot. .11 II and 12 Katr f lloldrr iVl li • rk 'V-. P Ha. vaad -i Uiidrr II Huh Jump. V AlWvn* I 1 Wnirrll iBl, A Uarihall .R. tin. V lnlnn.itflaw 4 (I 14 Hi(i Jump: G Afard I i.nt 'A.. M Hall .V. — II among : iOua club*. • e Amateur Weighthfunjt Asi elation plana siaglni a weightllmg competition on May 31 at Park. has been I %  %  kChUifUng gaii.L ..huh had been thrown BMI year. tltli n, friendly partner to > back of it ail. foi i .i", which -;e m the local association %  h |ion club avasi I ill Street, i*ttlm Sprintr. HIli. Haatlnjfa, The Eatde, I.ale Hall, The ACCTO. Black I. k. The York Barbell. Eale Hall, The Unique Weishtliftii.R 1 r.ilture. Queen"> l %  Speight-.. B N< Association can run with t it funds and the funds rot%  lien thi s competition ti ) Irt will help the nssociatlon to and more squarely on its feel. l| a) QH programme which the amocialion will prepublic Hie three Olym! %  i i ,nid jerk with in IJVHVI'*'!!. While, (if |ym.i,iiMid. I believe lh. public will not kick a*atr)t auch %  An intercstiiu; programme on the % % %  ndki for Itaa nmht |g Mu n~iy beautiful contest I ways the extra thrill in smiling at any immature lifters who may to enter the body beauonald Itailey. four times stt winner of the A.A.A HHl mid %  hnii.h t >W.u. Athletl. 220 yards Championships will l>e redaratlon and lh again HI ei mi i-ondon this summer itis rallew the West Indta .iji-Kinki next W>st Indian, Arthur Wlnt, will The association is hoping to I. make similar efforts to letnin hi This WfWsl tin % % %  *1. Vfagl "' 1 ' l,lv i lp <"" 1 r two of th> Helps Iran "s A via lion MONTREAI^ March 22 Saleetton ..f an I.C.A.O to aid Iran in thi lit "f th-it ionntry v ril aviation was announce.. to day at the headquarter of the lnteination.il Civil Aviation hero. Heading the mii-inti, which i. . I C.A.O. under the United Nations Technical Assistance me>, win be s i. Hoi who ti Director .,f HM Dt 0l Ti lie i "iiiiminiialtrins and Air Traffic Control of Civil Aviation In the Netherlands. t" A O ofllcinl.s pom: mi' patch of the I.C A.O. Iranian mission Is the heginn'nf a technical aaslttainc pi" gramme which lexpected ir provide aid to approximate!fifteen countries .hiring the corn IS I.-I-' H .1 beta SO Rrla>: atoadKM. Vltlnrl*. 1*1 h Smlon. It, Old Otrto" RaefO Vontr 77 U.tl* Vltlt.il. IUC* M M. half-mil.' • rtiiMij I tO Mr regain the quarter title which he of ev lasl won in I94. u,.l< These famous athletes have for a Uu. already commenced their tramring wh in* in preiHtriitinn i. %  • %  I .li : %  ml cloh'.: t.lkl t In Accra. Alter the first \Hhur Winl will remain days duvill give demon %  —B>utr i eat wejghtlifters from Trinidad to enter the comi>etition which Ihej plan lo stage later this year All this as you may well guaaa is by way of building up a back L: round for sending a representa%  ive to llelsink EILEEN KING MAY RUN IN LONDON IFtont Our Him Coirripntidrtiii I"ORT-OF-SPAIN. March 11 CommnndeiCharles Hayward, %  lirion \\ ill Figbl Gurdner \pril 21 ui i M Yn iHRi:r rd Bar> 3rd n IJTGGED ItACE lOSM I A. II' I II II i-i M :u.-r,. j Medlord Ind Beam, li Drai-v OLD oini s HAI r %  at a jofMi. Bad f. nrnih.ii nOUn RELAY nACF lil Sliahi %  ... idawafaM MiH-r 1FAM FIAH 1.1 Dirfcrm. Ind Maarflrld. 3rd fill i-e-.iei ABSia; .•., II Tt )i 1. m i ii rV — umli" %  O'rwniati'in nt trt>hiei : Mi. ft "No War" H.I pTI v. Yoi;K. Oil rin.nicier AJBdrew Jerglns recentl> otteied to be) anyVJM Id the w.nlti £35000 that Russia States lasi and C70.000 i gall I uer attack i'i Ifl I Trtaffir Unt No. 13 • DO NOT IIRIVi: ON VOI'll BRAKKS. A tiOOD DKIVIK DRIVf s 0M HU BNODil • Spare made available bv CANADA DRV for Safer Molorine Buhtfnar and have decided th.it Inter in the year they will g in for events which for lioth of fhem will be n< to have a try at the ojuartormile and Winl K gOtruj lo attampl the miif If the\ ., i at these distunee^ they may possibly include them In their UMfDOW Ml V 1 re-lre?" \["<>"> (1M a da at Harnn, K leani which just tOtired £. ThB DlgU A,, ,124 -.„. w,ll have Trpresental Buenos Aires, run at tha £ %  < K ? >n b, 1 • l t S, Wl, l by ^l Choice of Brton aa Gardnei i General C W.A.A.A championships r\ W rUUKT m i47 iind repeated ponent was made at .. conferee n i(l i v lnr i^k-tinno \vhe City, London on July '•. ">' ,,,ni '" 'P, 1 1 "" 11 ,ilMlv haa ta-daj K ton an aaaoclafiBti Plans to i-aise funds for aandshattered if Bailey war* to Btmoter Jack Bol _. mg Eileen to ihe White City triri|.i Hlhl tvenl It greai s|n, but are waiting first to see the assoelatio' itronger body, will Join the rules which has nch favour with all the h club in the which f the Italian ^X orktr> For Brazil HOME Mann M A Bra-. tnl Comairived here today by plane to select 3.000 displaced persons m International Refugee Orcarops for rerettlement The live-man group ha Dr. Dulfc nnfeatra Machado. President of the i of Immigration and Colonisation will recruit technical and Agncultuial specialists as well as quailfled workmen and agricultural laboui." Rrulrr 5 Killed: 5 Wounded fsSaiAMA, LrU'titEA. March 28 Five police eonatal Is were killed and live woundM when rol was ambuahed by TII (hifta near Abra&hika railway -Iation S\ rmle* east of Asmara 1 to-day, Three shifta were killed including iheir leader. The rest escaped with arms taken from an 11-man police patrol Police rail Intxeaaeata were ,cnt mmedtatcly into the area and were hunting them to-night. —Reuter. WOOL SALES MONTEVIDEO. March 28 Important sates of wool have oeen taking place in Uruguay •even montns before narts. Among several transac.tons is the Salto-itagion price ol W Uruguayan pesos ir len ailos which was paid for 60.000 kilos wilh five pesos paid down aer fleece—approximately 40 pel %  ent. of the total—and the balince to be paid when the clip v>me in October —Reuter. DrinksPoison Al Wedding COVENTRY. England, March 28 A rejected suitor gatecrashed his former gill friend'* wedding reception and drank poi'on lh front of her guests, a court heard here John Nally. 32, had known Oxgirl Kathleen alaecail an she told him *hc waasV ed to ma-\' the wedding reception. Nally took a bottle of poison from his pocket and swallowed ltd ronlenu. Doc%  .' him to hospital but he -hooted T,et me die" and attacked the nurses Drugs failed lo soothe II. \ •: I,' help. EvenUi.illy DOllM hnn.li uffed him and took him tn the police station Then :•<>. • % %  .'•-> treating him. He was later charged with attempling to commit suicide He was freed yesterday on %  of good behaviour Renter FOOTBALL '** annual Gn.ral Mrrlme B A F A lit., plar* at Hi CA ltr-,1^ .arl-r.. PbHOI il. nn Friday Martn M at Quarlrn. Plnfnlil BttCSt, M Marrh n al H p in. ti I. Snrtlan. air notiArd 1h>t aWllall— and ll< Nm->i'iy Sarr<-U< > !i '' B. CaBfHn, <" %  > Harbado. Advocfii* wmdanr VIILi Bay Sirtwi Witt's Antacid Powder soon neutralises the acid and at the same time other mgrtxhents in the wellbalanced formula soothe and protect the delicate stomach lining. Get a supply light away. Signing off 1 *1 IF non-forrlnn teafMRM ol Two No-Trumps tn a suit cnll. on n hnnd with II or 12 points, Is based on tinuf principles. Take this typical Nort a> A j a. K IO l. a J IO H x *OH If Somii orir^is one cum me tsu.nda.rd Bridge resnonf li entirely natural North PHIIUS an immediate oir-iure ol his hand and devrlbc* hi* -trrngtli svitlnn narrow limit.-*. It at-n allows for South having oocned .HI a rock-bouom minimum wuli a hand Hint .:! normntiv eonform lo one of Uie foUouing trhes: —A bainnced hand with rj or 13 uolnts such HilllllBUllIiJ by M. Ilunistm-Cntu 1." t jr tt I. 4> —A less-evenly distributed *• band with a rive-curd Club suit: IM. j )3 !. • Q t. 1AR1II tv —A hand that lias been opened on mirelv distributional values: *. v &f ): %  A K i IS ft A I. In the first case the partner6lnp ba* a combined point count ol 23 boKirrerl with three Tens ThL* is not enough to justifv a same contract but eight tricks %  Mil normeJiv be msde without undue difficulty. South will naturally pass hurriedly over Tso No-TTumps hand 2 %  unt Is even leva, but Uie five-card Club suit ili give North an %  chance of Isndln* Ins cent ran With hand :t I irl.k eontrart in No^Trvano* may fail tmiilv agtilnsi an ntlmt In a major Mill But nine Uriel In Club* will bf mode nh ease unles- ooih the Ace ni n. ui and the Ktn ol Diamnn'i offside; sutii therefore I Tliree Clubs foriitled by the knowledge Mist Norths Mali rants, plus his own Dialing trick simurth. will make this a Mile Provided nl (list North DSA*es this call North, in fan. has no lent Tie hs* alrrnrlv hlo ht* tisnd. nnd Bnuths Three CTuti "hid 1 nnnther Omit t neans exactlv what It *ay*tliat (he height of r.>uriiambition I* a oart-score tn riuhs His econd '•all l r'*re're a "sign-Off." ihr s'ronee't oosslble warning to forth against nmrrcd i further WOttu* fOI'VRKUlT MB %  ly against some of lh,. across the Atlantic, i !. %  i .i man like i i %  i in Europe —Retiler. Eileen Ftoris Besl Wttmaii Ithlete IK B.G. %  . In tha A ... %  %  won the ni n n MOD snd Ihre i her 21 'in ihe Vlcti-v I cup daswtad b; 111 P, I Co %  SHT" dclcatcd M.inc;i Allen 1^ one poinl | ad hersel the i.(i and c ol (hi ( %  Mary Wnltnej won the otl ei ytiist' when i metres h ndlca I Ihe eno .if the r points. Savaiiiiah Club Tennis ToiiTrtanieiil Assizr Uiurv MllNIIAV. AI'RH. | No. 40—Hex v. David 9* ruiiin I II -.DAY. APRIL :l S.N :i P:.S No 3T—Rex H iws WEDNESDAY all iinlil DeWITT'S • Ct.iK.icd TABLETS j They 11 Do It Ever)' Time WMEN ASPOISTRA, WAS TWeMTV KOSO^y AS GOOD ENOJ6M FOR HER/.ccos;s T5 MAMA—,' r HOPE xxia NOT seraoos A&yjT TVvIT ^.USHI-.G--VI yjx. ^£5 CNJy As ASSS'AST \icftt^ESIDeNT AT II* &u.< AHO, 6tS CES, "£S ALIOS' -3 /EARS \ CX.^€R TUAH Cu AffE -• DU% \. a enter day: 41 In Trmperatere iMaxl so :.-! 1in," i .'in. (Mill 1 69 a* E it m.l DirrcUon: (ft m 1 E t>> N fg pm ) ESI Hind \rlo->*,0-i'>'.'>'-',---,'*-.--'-'--*V-W', SHIRTS By AISTIX HEED STIFF FRONT DRESS SEMI-STIFF DRESS SEPARATE COLLAR STRIPED By VAN III I si:\ COLLAR ATTACHED STRIPED By AERTEX SHORT SLEEVE SPORT AT C. B. RICE & CO. v v •-'-*-,•,*,*,*-%  .-...**.*. \ AITE.VTIO.X.'I \ FA4TORY >I\\\I.IIIN ;% T.ko .his opportunity nC obtaining your NaatoMMati R IN GALVANISED & STEAM PIPE Rangmi; lr<>m '4" upwards MILD STEEL Flals. Rounds. Squares in all S12CS BOLTS & NUTSAll Si> FILTER CLOTH-While Cotton Twill At PRICES thai cannot bo repeated. j: f* mini utos nn \nny i.ui. \ While Park Road. Si. Miehul J \ DIAL 4528 I



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PAGE TWO liARRAIHIS ADVOCATE SATIRDAY. MARCH Qaldb Calling M" Former Head lORlNG M R. OU1 Managing 4 Co %  pcotUna r. D. L I'll.-. M l. C lo B 0 bg M w I A is aim. a of Ihe it W l Sugar Ltfavinj To-day D leave today on a te" to Guadel-iupo : i Mi and Mrs. G. < the B w i Central Bugs %  thi -uKar estate* in lhat colony Married in Trinidad M lt & KM DAUBY HUTCM 1NSON who were U i.f Spain on Thursd...' %  nion fto.i. Trinidad by B.W.I A \!t Manager of theCentral faniihean Distributors Hutchtha former Miss Sylvia I bin ( Full of Spain Music Examiner M B HKNi:v WILSON, examthis year for the Royal lerday by RW.IA. Hero ona vraak, he i, staying Oeaan View Hotel. Mr vruaon was appointed an %  xaminer for tho A d hai examined regularly sumthen In Britain, Australia and New Zealand If wail N l.A. lorI I on a week's %  Now retired he waa formerly' C :he Transport and Har-I UJO • rorcaa* ravorii. i.aa %  m. bouri Department in B.G, i Th* Hm, i is am Now. Ai.. TII r iini rn>m ThEdiiuflaaa. 7 13 a in fw j>.. — ii i.' i Thf M"..„ >ii and Nn HI^HTI GraaiM Marr.e.l Yeaterday M ISS J UflCI ROSE, di.iigrit Ot Mr Harold R< Ijidy Moa.1. has 0M %  1Mb arid ' — •-;_ broadcasts in London and tlM'': i,.th lartura-racttau ...i -Bo oration with hu wile Kathleen ^'h-bm-,. nfUn4. He McQullty. lso a Profaaaor at the %  on *'' lie M Chartered Accountant M lt JOHN MII.UKEN. Char bint i i .i ..< %  .-IT rlvtd (II. i yostcnl... I,. II W.I A on a short vl.lt he Ii i UM Marina Hotel Also %  : i'. 1 I Mi Anthony %  MiN rah News. in i. lt .< %  in | M Canadian Minister HARRY K*.<.I.ETON ol the Canadian Pentecostal Church In Trinidad arrived iTorO „ ltll Trinidad yestenlny afternuun by r u>o, R f Ltd %  The ceremony which took place shortly after 5 o'clock formed by Rf/V Haro|d Melville n i \,. hai Mbej an m % %  ballerina leiiKih dress of white all i with high break collar and an embossed net everafcUl Hei dalfrti %  length veil Off to B.G. i:s ROSS HeCfl BTHY O'LEARY accompanied hj Miss Joyce Carter and M M ,! Caracas Merchant M R. AMU mum i Maria Ignacla arrived i %  idad by l: W 1 A pend about five dayi' holiday in Barbado* tuyuig) Mi Ifellmund in a merchant ID Caracas Third Exam M :t R A BROWNI %  aional examination i n Medtcin,. at Aberdeen Univei-iu On Long Leave AND MRS. W L. Andrews from B G. yesterby B W.I. A to spend three weeks' holiday with Mil Anparanta Mr and Mrs A w luila bafora lea England on |0B| Sir Anon a fa BH 81 UltvlUgl Plant.'inn in B %  Departures for B.G. M R. A.. CaraanhulKh bu had been spending their honeynoon in linibaqf-N lelt yesterday for B.t". BftlSTi SraaoMalah works in a town outside of McKenue City. I leaving by the same plane were Mr. and Mrs Ken Smith who are Vllttln| Mr Smiths They will then inreturning to Jaman.i arben Mr. Bfnith is stastaytlone-l al the Royal Bank of Canada's KiiiKston Branch. Patsed Finals M R llhicl Adalbert Scott grad%  an I %  %  "! lo the medical Stall i C P 1 M. has passed his lin.il examinntlon Hia %  HKM ii,. Dnn. UN %  !. idiaap. iiu.iinuiiuti im Praaramntr Pirndr. II as am ttdr. 11 *S a m ftcolllah Cup SamlfABl, IX oo noon Thr NfWi 11 in p m AM" 11 II -vm rio-* Down i porUBbck left yesterday i surttlealnursln,: and H W I A I II.CI IliKht 10 ipond • %  -^t't..., and ha., been :,„:,nie.l to days In Georeelown lief %  Slplorn. m IMl ell. %  II.IVIIIK lor Tun il.i.l Mr BcMI %  „l Mr They expect to leave Trinidad D'Arey A. Beott, Cnvernment nraiil t.iAm Uo tW OI ol Bl peels to continue his ItUdkM itn liefnnitoinii nvei to England. the Reaver School ol Chiropractic .in Her Thl "' expeel lo leave rr K rats •' K K "v.-, 1,. EmU bououel h, % %  • i David H< ernmeni Airport ats i Of HOW Ul was Mrs H The honeymoon bell at the Crane Hotel Trinidad Arrivals RS Prod laendea panted by her daughter Joanne SI M" it w i A on a abort wlatl Hi I staving with Rev Jamieson \n White Park. W.I. Girl Guides' Tour M ISS Marjone Pemberton. u-nher at St Mkhaal'i Girls* School and Guide Captain of 7th Guide Company (St. Michaels Girls' School) is leaving To.fr m Enibtld I". West Indian * Hoyui I M House. GUI 0 Hi She w,ll be one of *'"""> •>. <"••„ .1 six. the other delejates Miss nu/ttb I" .'omini from IIC. Trui.i '' %  "," Jm.„?a and S, Kills %  * *,„",. y ''"' The Study Tour ha. teen Marine II..I.I ..iL..iiLii d b) llie British Council I c f _|j Asnciatlon. ",', "' AnilOTT It includes a week at an Inlernar\" MINESr % ADHOTl. lional and Eiupiie Tuin.ni Courae *-* Dtracl (luiile'. Tfalnlnd SiiKar Ex|*rlmenu.l station at ..nip in Hampshire Houma Louisiana, who arrived irthar eouria in Scotland, here friiin the U S .:.. PuaHO Tnara "ill -"Is" I-' considerable Rico oft Thursday afternoon, left LPTiorUMVlie* fOI luvrllinK and yeelerd^y l>y B.W I A t.n 11J. Hi, visit 10 IhM Pemberlon will be hack in necllon arlUI Hie leaf Barbados at the end of June. in Ihe Bl. BY THE WAY *> a* ... ** Junior Short Story Competition The Kvenlng Advocate Invites all children under 12 to tntei for Its Junior Short Story Competition. The best story will be published every Monday n The Kvenlng Advocate, and tbt winner n prize to the value of 7*8 in either books or stationery. The stories can be on any subject under the sun but should not be more than 100 words In length, and must reach The Children'* Kdltor. The Advocate Co. Ltd.. City not later than Wednesdav everv week. NOTE : Slorles must not be copied. Send this coupon with your story. JUNIOR SHORT STORY COMPETITION T, ri Pujafrair, I M T pm Sand* Ma aFaWraan al tha Ttia-alraOrgan. IWpm. Radio N'*""" %  1) %  m Comp*f o( IM Wak p m IUdk Tn*au. !• p_ nt Nw.. 10 It p m From Tha XdUir m U p m Anvthliuj la Dax laii\ 10 •: Yours Faithful!). II M P m M Kliliirr 1S pm -ilrlk* Up Tha Mualc. S aim Tha Lincoln Handicap. IIS p m Stanford HobUuoN f ffw li • p m Sia|e lor Dam Hi*. *(A p n I'lisgijdii. Fatl*. .l.U aaa — 't at>, M rt m I Ii m i Thi!*>*. %  -. : .1 p.m. Naw I 13 p in BalUnU Thf Mrw. HousCHives* Guide i*i in . in the. local market for Tosnatoea and Cabbasr when the "Advocate' %  hacked yeaterda* ware:— Tomateea | — SO ctu. per lb Cabbage: %  30 rta per lt> V^IATIKIIH nXK-TlA (M-mb-rsOnry) MA TIN* F TODAY -' TONIGHT Tt. "1 KIW al S SB CARV (.RANT. HYSLNA U>1 WT.l.VVN ^a aa.ajrg.nioa *• %  > %  > •'"*M aoiaa aU lUEGINALD DBMKY. BHARY?* MOTTfTr Au BKO Radio P-|ura wotroAY TVxaoAY NIOMT >t %  n MATINRS.: TuaaoAY at S p m. tNUFlID I'fKCMAN In HSOSSnl I 1 —iptopa pecagairaboa — qutcklf, saffaly. 1—BaaiMbea odour iaanafaaV. 3—to proUCtkDo Wan for COM IM laWaa daw 4—Don not %  Kair g taaaV Mmtmm <>' laMa-Sarf a. Only n*w ODO-RO-NO CREAM gives you all these advantages I S -AbaoluMl, haJaaiaSS CO all fabrics. — .Na*a* anas ap, oa*%r ataai taMaty or aardrna la BfM jar as criiiaarr daoI I l. %  %  : dO. Il..\#!.\ Tli*.ara--Bfidgelown(DUl 23 W) UJ .ap.. .| wiu.uina dait> I B) WALT DIB\R> •• t-aauruaai af Robarl LoulP RtfAcraon**"TREASURE ISLAND" Color by TasSa I %  rpn n.,M DRISCOS-L. SUkbatl NFWTON ...I ..it.... .u. -pecu. T~ r.., ,ii. "BEAVER VALLEY" Mat T.i-U.t SSU ,. m aV I JO p •< TIM MOIT i" 1B..O1. 1 MH II THI fONIO 'in mvn\ ^404 To-dat.> Mo. S . %  pm Parammint* naw Th.. "THE LAWLESS" WD" Mi-IKiNAl.I> CAKTY. OAII Ill '.-*KI.I. I IUIN SAND 1 ona -1 ih WKSTJ.FIIPS Wintti and aril i> Hoaai .1 %  KO A (.All IV ;iH! GARDfN) St. Jamas sam. r....i Pivnn In • 111! APH Mill. 01 "DON JUAN" (IW I 1 f. 1.7 A 11. IOp.m. A Inntinuinfl PI.KASK NOT! : As from SUNDAY NIGHT. KMPIRK will be Starlini: from 8.311 in>leud of 8.43 ODO-RO-NO It's the career all females have in common-being a woman! V1MIH-: THE A THE TO-DAY 5.00 & 8.30 AND CONTINUING Miss This And You Are Short of A Positive Thrill! For IT'S A TALKING MULE! Asa School Farm Heine Addresa P HOFESSOR ORFI. make* it clear In his brochure. "There and Back," that the Octopus deshia tranV scheme Is not intended as a substitute for the i .ipproach-streets, up and down which the transverse traffic ha to go before iMMiit: 'ii verted to Ihe circular ramps. mrliiig thorouiihti.n' Within the orbit Of the Octopus Is dossed according to Its grouping. so th,.i the north nnd south-bound : | only tinliunps whicn area, is not Hatjked by* Hie east and westhuund ti.iiiic fjQmtna frean UM tattd* 'he •-.m* in which the bTBBS Irom ihe ramps a hlch an %  % %  %  eeta .'itinii the lbs ramp. The MrOurfihWin //.//• W R tl.iwed hhi ihampagne yesterday at Marine House, when Mrs McGurgle entertained her lodasrs to a suocial lunch to inauguralc the Festn.il Viar Tin menu was gravy soup, boiled cod and potatoes, blanrananaa Tha landlady laughingly observed that after rich Continental ratals. Vail l>rs from abroad later in the year would probably welcome the plain lv fare Of England. A rted demand fur a second helping of blancmange s McGuraje, who sold; W. are not at a Persian wedding. Mr Cranston By each bedside table, in preparation for the rush of l.miists. is a small lirrx-liure called "Britain's Heiltage." The cover shows Hnloorn Vtaduet floodlit .Wiill*tiirhil Pu>hu A POUCnCAN In Alexandria was ordered to shave off his tic because It was so big Stopped the 11 attic. This : necessarily mean that it t and cut locked ra ksted round bontl at It was big enough to make people stop to look al it HowevsT, a Court of Appeal reversed the decision. and "awarded the man 2\d." ihe Turk l-nukotini lx>astcd thai he %  at either and on his moustache. I'lif-munaU'ly Ihe glut melted in blue, sad the moustache came off. So did the little | |0l 4s Btl. each for brulsea and loss of digolty, < III ss VI s i i %  %  i I r %  '. i v^ UJJ %  Ff>M larmr Ixmola-rrUd niriil. i5 a Tna luruoittiiit irea. IS) 7 Ob.ft.id In !• woisIllD Of Baecnua. (Si a Nct oiiuurua ill ii noad I Nu nmfl-l 111 iip-pl (Si 1* Cleaner. IS) IT ftrplaca abuui three directloD" (57 mIlandta. U A) Anntnei nanflle HI 'IV ,\JT fi"*f n v?.^ IJ I'T Si'"l S; Tooar. ii l.uuittr.'si lataa: M. Arr.i ;l 1t -i#>. *%  *. Trrai, %  >, Biria II .> %  I %  I :;-.;;-, ;• ^i;Kii:tii;;v;;;ct;;;;c;;;";i.-;^-*c, rtt-n.tr I.I.JA n.:u>p.m. mmd #o.vrr.v##.v<.' /. /. a\ ..•/ k grent ACTION pi cture ALIVE w ith excitement 1 waUD^vca,,. M saV/ tp a it Disneu's To-niffht visit I tl II >IOIU.\\ The mosf Beaufl/ul Nipht Club from Miami to Rio with a worId-u>lda; repufatlon for good food Music, Dancing En terta in men t throughout the night Dial 4000 for rsiervafions ireasurt? Island __ -aSS*"* MaWSSU "**aH.r r^w ltv IOHIT Mim • Ba vm HB a ma waa JflBj/MBIBBlWali uaaon i. - %  ^_ Cxlra Specia/.' Tht FEATUHtTTE WALT DISNIY '"""" .ice anVENtUD E Jt A TRUE LIT-E u >•• TECHNICOIO* %  c r'Lio riciv.ll. H.C Hkpd "SEAL ISLAND" Ymi'll llkr .... "HK.IVKH VALLEY" EVEN BETTER PI. A7 X IIIIIIM.I:I ow.vs A AJ ri Li n itisi r..|,,, i.>i i, ,,,„,.,: L— fOIAL 2310) THE BARGAIN HOUSE | 30, Swan Street — S. ALTAIAN. Prnprii-lor PHONE 2102 A Small Selection of Exclusive Model Day-Frocks by "Dorville" of West-End Fame also A few Black & Silver Brocade EVE1VINC IIAXIIBAI.S at prices from $14.35 WHinirins YOUR SHOE STORE 15. BROAD ST. BUTTERICK PATTERN SERVICE S and S Is Truly the Finest of Itl M So Mellow in n liii.hb.ill So Smoolli in a Cocktail It is simply Superb. Try it and you will he roiivinrcil. STUARI & SAMPSON (1938) LTD. Headquarters for M ENAMELWARE y ~~jo A wide range lo select from... CUPS nnd PLATES DINNER CARRIERS JUGS SAUCEPANS KITCHEN SINKS BASINS CHAMBERS TOILET SETS SOAP DISHES TABLE TOPS Storked by our II Mil >" Mil t DEPARTMENT Telephone No. 2039 i in ii vim VIIOS < -on II vi avi COTTON I Al lllin LTD. EMPIRE To day 4 45 and I 30 and 1 o itlnuini loth <>ntur> ta 1'rrwni"! Belle Da via — AnnBailer •Ml. ABOtT f^A ,, — with — i.-.i : %  sanden and OtSSSta Holm HOW To da> lo Mo.iday 4 3 and I IV 3Slh Onlury Fox Double t liltuii Webh BM Jeanne Train In CIIHXPEIt by tlw votes — and — TllRl.i; LITTLE n o/tDS %  vilh — Fed Skellon and Fr-d Astalr^ HOV\l To day and To morrow. 4 30 and 8 30 >: %  ; ul.l,, SnushlnaDouble. Roy Roger* and Dale Evans Tilt: GOLDFA STALUO/S in Mil VALLE\ — wilh — Allan {RtH-k, .. Stallion. Black Jack OLYMPIC Today lo MoiiU> 4 3B A HIS pm 20th Caotur) i-vx Doubls) Rleharri WIDMAHK I : I UtNaXL m . %  \r> H |] 01 / AND • %  / \/>/V/V l/> >A/\ With John OAJ 1'RELLE MI v. 11 (iir Nol *ultable lor ehlldren



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SATIRDAV MARCH II, liil BARBADOS ADVOCATE i-.u.i: THRU. New Variety Of Sugar Cane Suggested NeuDirector Of Agriculture MR. C. C. SKEETE. Director of Agriculture, speaking at the Annual General Meeting of the Barbados Agricultural Society yesterday, told members about the reaping this year of a new variety of Sugar Cane of extremelv good prospects The new vanc-ty is B 4744 no Ml Ihls variety has %  oil .,,...,„,. Mr SkM-tr Mi .. „„. ,i,„h occur!,'I etfrntn Urn la the arm ih.„ IM when ibar, wa Heavy rainfall oilier varieties ll, raloonina obitwas more ipeetaeular. but 11 WBI Mjrwai equally encouramnj. n 0 not %  < important as ihe insidious .aid. and promised lo have a memtype which was going; on all the orandum published in ine ITeu time. Bui lhal was the tyoe UJ thrkw further details of Ihe quail, which less attention was paid! 'lea tit B 4744. Mr. Skcetc. whose talk was on Diflicultiea matters of general agricultural There were means of slopping it interest, discussed, beside* the new however, and he was hoping m-i cane variety, the Conservation anri with Uie assistance of the Cu.t.vaManagement of Soil, the Cultiv.,,on Officer many, and later all 'Ion of Trees, and Root Borer. planters would try to put into Beginning with Soil Mannirc practice measures that were prac. MOI, Mi Sk.t-i,-quoted the word, "cable to stop it. There were of Sir John Saint when the latter "'nVultie* and snags, but difflculftridressed Ihe third meeting of the **•* %  "d snags were got over in %  rtth Mr p. E Turner thc P" st y others, and they too ~""ld overcome them if there was Sugar Agronomist of the Colonial Development and Welfare Org-in,he W1 lo do •cation. On that occasion Sir John i .1 •'. %  ..I %  !.,. ... | had referred t,, the modi of sugar factories and agricultural equipment There araj however one thinir to which that sama .•mount of attention had not been given. Sir John had said, and that was the management of the soil Mr skrrte next dU-u**td the Cultivation of Trees Art which *M proclaimed about two weeks ago He quoted from lor old Act whkh exempted from ta*atlon land of an acre or more on which tree* were grown In ... rordaiice with that Act. and then quoted from the new Act where exemption from taxation fa, no t given directly, but under which the owner k paid a um equivalent lu Uie amount he a*)'-* In i .x .i.i.ii for the land, and in "i.iii b given a subiidy. >' and re amiamen. iiatds. Aid now/ be produced in .1 liquid form Thc Department ha %  made preparations for dtatrasutanf Aldrin in the solid form 1 their equipment it would be coaler to distribute it that way They were however making further in quiries from the manufacturers and atr-its The island did not lave the equipment which big^et* eountrhn na root borer, but there was still evidence of serious root boreattack In some fields. At the end of Mr. Skeeto'i talk members thanked him foi delivering it, and also took, th opportunity to thank Mr Tucket for all that he had done tu be 01 benefit to the planting conununi ty during his visit to Australia. Mr Bk* Iff) nfined to three Outstanding nd vantages of thc tuJtivalmn Oflirrr Mr Skeete said that when he %  ucceeded Sir John Sainl as Director of Agriculture, a occurred to htm that ine Island ihMild have nn officer atttuld to d ntton to qucatlotH of soil agement. At the General th. ,;!'.; ; •'">':"• %  > ? onui the? hud got. h of tu-.-. SofffS r-to. %  would not com,, int.. a,on IT < Pt of Cultiva-,. ry Miioui play, but it m riie lion Ortke; or Sugar Agronomist. wln ,.,. hc shouW aim a , f *.„ The Officer^had beer1 appoint.„,. „ ln i,d were covered w'tn viee, f ^^^*,T• andh, '' M, m "V nore trsM acting as ban. BKMtaj thouglit he was a comagainst the main prevailing winds. petei.t man. Int v woula do a lot t OW a-d u ,. i. '' m,,U '''' 1 mCmbcr5 teetion against the deslcatlug thai Mr Turner Had divided Hie winds Uiat were experienced durisl.inds •...,! into four mum inp a dry vear Also important was If/oupi and I 1. Uctipn of young trees from Mould i>.„iv while lo < rjestrui Uon out MM (0 Held survey f l.oo of -ioil conservation. Mr. •Skeete -aid. There could be ready between June and October If the demand for them was greater, he had no doubt that labilities for producing mor? would be granted. Root Borer was ihe next topic of Mi. Skcete's talk He recalled soil management unless there was -hat Mr. Tucker hod gone to Aus p..il to mallaj* He was no) saying tralio last year, and said thai thai their position was so ssTloui among the useful things that r.ll-.at they had little or no soil 10 suited from Mr. Tucker's vtatt %  Itm they wa M the discovery that there was had to look to the future. now available an ln.-ectic.de which They shouM pns* on their soil to had greater prospects of controllfuture" generations in n no worse tng root borer, than the inseeticondittOfl than tl-...i in which II cide they were using at present. came t" them, and indeed, with The name of Uie new .insecticide their greater knowledge and ex was Aldrin. f they should pass it on In n better condition He was .ippeal A Setback lo all who Owned 01 There had been a set back, managed Ihe soil of the island to however The manufacturers in (•r'irtcr whetfiei ,,r not they could their printed booklets had said not do something t" conserve their last year thnt Aldrin would be 1 hotter w*v Ulan they bad terned out in a solid form But done In the pas) There was much tlu tDepartrnient had been .'n10m for Imorovemanl lormed by the Agents in the West -Do Not Sell Out Empire" From Pase I (or u good Jamaican will pay another sixpence gff shillinu (or 1 OfBclali in thc fruit trade here were inclined to be similarly pessimistic regarding the possibility of Cuba's re-entry into the grapefruit and pineapple markets. They expressed the view that additional supplies on the market would he boun %  .[...,, %  today tomes the report that there are indications that Canada would like to extend unspceined sugar orders to Cuba lo sldsfstep the British preferential on sugar. Ausiruiiii his, it Is understood, lodged new conlaints with the CnnadTnn Covernment on behalf of all Commonwealth supDlicrs. Canada would like to keep Commonwealth sugar connections, but argues that by doing so it would be subsidizing Commonwealth producers. Last year, because of the operations ( the preferential tariff. 98 per cent of Canada's sugar came from the C< munweallh, but at tl-19 a hundredweight above the world price. TRAFFIC STOPPED BERLIN. March 29. West Berlin police headquarter.; announced tonight that Autobahn traffic in both directions between Berlin and West Germany hod [ecu interrupted lor unknown reasons —Healer. Dreadful, Chdking, Spasms Of BRONCHIAL ASII ASTHMA r^s WHY SUFFER TORTURES OF SLEEPLESS NIGHTS When one dose of the umazini; Mixture will tsHC thll Cfcoldllg, MiioU.er.ni; spasm in seconds! Buckley's .Vftvturt is no ordinary medicine—its different from any Cough Remedy you have ever lasted—Triple Strength—No Syrup—All Medication. One Dose Stops The Cough When you feel a cough or choking bronchial spasm coming on. just take a dose of fluckley'* Mixture and "wallow slowly You'll feel the powerful l.ealing warmth pread down through your throat and broncnial tub**, soothing inflamed pans, easing hard breathing and loosening tough [>hlegm. making ll easy to expel. Buckley's Mixture i inada man rare Canadian Pine Balsam, and roven ingredients. There'.-not anothtl cough medicine like It Oet J bottle TODAY. and relief right away. BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE \ SIMil.K SIP imU WIIV WE SELL A MILLION BOT BOTTLES A VEAK IN ICE-COLD CANADA AI.OSE A SIN(.LE SIP TI.LI.s UIIY WE SELL A MILLION Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay M V S*arft*M Sen Gforia Htmiriu Stll Aail.n* Sch MUM HntMUi Sell. H*m) D W.IUcr. VWil Cnar Sih Botm. D. -.-h Uudalpda, Sch %  ajr Oil.-* Skli Clinton,. W. *h DOtUw. SrB. Emrbitr. Sell Ltd.* AOim S. Sk-h *!*i:.l Cur.v, %  nn. Sen Lu.iito M Smilh. S*h Blue NOM Mar. 5th nut. W Rm>UA. Sch Mary M. L*n. Sch Mally M .0\ ill>>li:\ %  MIIIII Cann M V ABaiVALU Alco* Palrlof. 1 S| t"n ni Capt ll. Item Nw urlcan* .ia Mum iquaflrl rank*. ISS low nal, AtoUbaM. Irom St Lucia •Wi lr.l. lid adv.iv lhal ih> can no* caaai Dltalr with Ihe follow.!* ah.pa lhn.uk tl.nr aarb-lfCoa.l -.Ulion I Mo-nutcaea. S8 Al| ., ... v s All %  -. IV,-i n .dl SS Spurt > :; In order to complete ho have AIJtEADY t to tin I'Tiitcd States uf America, at Queen'* Park House, Constitution Ito, time '.tbte Wonit n whose aiirnames begin with the letter M' and who live in parishes other taaaSt. Michael Wornt-n whose surname, begin with thc letter R" Woint.i whoK uritnines beg.n wiU) UM letlers *K*. V. Nand O' Women whose surnames begin i letlet 'M* Women whose .uriiames begin with the stutrs P\ Q'. T\ 'Y* .. Women whose surname, begin 1 letters 'S' and 'V* . the nstiasrauon cants oi all the egistered m t omigrati Ratt*8 of E\changt k MARCH SO. ISS! I ANADA W< IS* pr. Crwquaa on llankr.St:. 10 pr Demand Dram SI 11 p. ftllhi Draft* SI > IB', pr H IO-. pr. Cablo 119 IS-, pr. Curriwy SI pr. Coupon. as 1 IS pr Ur fMH-rr SO pr SIX NOT EIGHT TRHF.RAN. March 29 An official announcement to-day -nd that six member^ of thc snaticiil "CTusaders of Islam 1 novemeni were arrested yester lay for plotting to kill the new 'Vision Prime Minister rfussain M.i Khan. Il was reported . K. F and G Women whose surnames begin with ihe letter* II I. J, K ond L Women whose surnames begin unli Ihe letters M. N. O. P, Q nnd R Worrtee whose surnames begin with the letters s. T. V. W and Y .. No one will be attended lo will be NO NEW reglslruions on ihe di who have not >Tt regitered wdl be advised when the* 319 51 In pletrd their cards can report and < rding to the lolli M>nui.i> dth April Tuestlaj. lUlh Apnl %  Ta i i.iv Hth Apnl Thursday. 12th April Ramsay •cat aW iuveiYirr <•/ t w ttple tf flrmena—m Jthievcnenl uiiptrallelri in sW %  if dafaatAy, The first ejhit sWivnEnahsfaaaif %  JZqltfli, n, a rjff fts ",J// .piar.mitt in sW sir. /.aiarr, Rmwtf avuf Ini assisfsafl tuitttlr&in h| arssaa, nem, krypmt mi4xrH0fi.niu.il art tUtpttmnt 0nmmti. At fw ifcrsf /ssrs avrr rntrr %  inmnVaf iSaiiriJ SBSfSsaaSJ. Arftm 'is the A 'o* Msrsf as tfcr "WaVm gss-fiil'J elttuic li^ki Mb W* tkftb ssasiaaa) lamp H itpmJs on neon 1$ o*A m txleit rfu/ fm nrropiisr it tvJsy ky my .(" namt Am that of" mem tion ". Iklmm is owe employrJ is tkcie Imipt, in *aVbs* to it* we S known %  Jf. inittsJ ej hyJrooen. t<'t MSS^SMM I", ftrntfjoi .' .'.'i r-SSSW i atoadla) tad tween the hour* of am. and 3 p n> Tuesday. 3rd April between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Wadnaaday. 4th Apnl between thc hours of 9 a.m. and 3pm. Thursday. 5th Apnl between the DO a.m. and 3 pm. Friday 6th April Mwaa „ d, dl mosfntt hd *hours of 9 a.t and | T >ii, 1*1" now, hoi] a century lof, they on .•/ i*h-^i rtdm.J)iraernin(:;/d>^u > iM %$$ 'U uasofirify jiH'i.r. : %  i'. Ifoe, Union He was ImyhuJ in i jw, mJ aassaV I sW NPW fti.-r IN H^iIn isil hepreUieiover ffir piaTntsii i "e his flair fir iaasjaafi') ra moivlumauaM4*ini^liJi,l'ienJIijl-a>iil Trade Ahirl o %  don. Fniiland. Fudav, 13th April cept on their allotle.1 days There tntareatad f .. sg Lit.'i • -*,. *-':'. :;:;','. ;*.'.'.•.'.•.'.;•,•,•.**; POST OFFICE NOTICE AIR MAILS lfr Efleclive 1st AprU. ltil AIR MAILS Wi|| be closed at the Gencial \\^\ Offieias follows (Cancelling pre\iams Kehealutssl big car features at small car cost! • in>upcib Morris liaieveiy feaimc >ou agaatl Ifl iii"J in the larger, more costly Gffl I ngine of 21 horse pOtroT. Vtiiliin-tlic-v.hcclb.ise scaling for four Independent front V-IK-CI SUNIH-OMOII t outioiled vcniilaiion. I iKlhecd h>diaulic brake* Over 7cubi* feet of lugg.igc .i.toniniodaiion I aiicr to steer through traffic. Laascostly looMretgifK) maiolau). I ikrUonsumptiua pMOmttM per Billos) I he WOfldl (>.!,• t .mall ear buy! MORRIS Afjowr SALOON a ll d I (> N \ I K I I B L E •N ffirm lit FORT ROYAL (JARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Diifributnra Phone 4604 •,',','.','.',-,','-'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'>'-'*'-'. *.'-'.'-'-'-'.**.'.','>'.*.'.'.'>'.'-'*V-'.V. 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PAGE FOI 1! ll\RH\DOS ADVOCATE SATlltDAY. MARCH i I'., B^B\D0SA0V5fATE Saturday, March 31. ISSI America'* Mottl Surprising i \|Mirl IHAIMM. THE question of ihc training Servants and Nurses tor higher posts now imported personnel has again came up (or public discussion. During the omsiileration of the Estimates in the i Assembly, the matter was exhaustively debated and again in i lative Council at the lime of the Appropriation Bill. Hon. Dr. Cato without making reference to the closing of some of the already limited Wards of the General Hospital, pointed out that there was need for training abroad some of the nurses at the Hospital. He did not limit his criticism to the need for nurses alone but added that the training of Civil Servants abroad would not only fit them for higher posts in the service but would improve the overall efficiency. The Civil Service Association some time ago raised the issue and in the 1950-51 Estimates the sum of $25,000 was allocated for training of Civil Servants. Little else appears to have been done. Colonial Office and British Council Scholarships have made available to a few members of the service opportunities for acquiring training in the United Kingdom and there are still a few of them abroad. one from the Education Department and another from the Public Works. In the am .u mtB m lai to .vend maehtnes ana materialto Europe but whirl MWWIM had we that the Europeans kffcN how to g*t • in these ip recent Iv wound The thi:.. : us be-... —th* p* • tandina; from top to %  m in the factor) It Li not limply that mi" worker calls his %  %  b r.rand of clt* It is that both worker and toss feel tl I the whol* enterprise Are the istaens learned her E-th team, each member coma ****. upon? TVr lewrd suggest* IV BEVERL.Y oOWIE voulditn.t up with particular and detail'-. j^ c WJm miiB> be a good idea to have Americans findings on Its sector of Ira rn" Cnpps agreed. unomi tatt throughout analytical aspon on IU sector. 1 these inrredibly varied reports which u distributed br the ten* March 1949. with the advice up „„ the whole range of American and even hundreds of thousands Raad, Chairendeavour run several common cf copies. Each team tours its' man of the board of General FJecthemes These war* epr—ed ewn industry, relaying Its oborrvaj tin-, -ml Walter Reuther. head of succinctly by one of the first prolions in person The nailo..'* j th United Auto Workers the ductivity teams to return from pien — general as w rechnical Assistance Division set Ameno With a bluntness tnal technical—pa>*e s the word along up shop under the Economic Co(.(.used a MfttttW Mies are ex-, •9 It began Britain. ,1 ' each. by sending American pcrsonn-l one* unit reported to the nation team's fliui:SLZ7ZZ££E*J?Z 2—*s m -.-*& "SSL Zff cSSLTS. hybrid corn In Italy, and tb start hours per ton is undoubtedly &" %  *' *J2g JJJ> {s^J?.—' aoV-baan project, m West Gerhigher ,„ the United SUtos ,h.. ,**• -£r %  tut as soon as possible It It U In Briiaii by something beu c | Mrln| ni us< 4 l0t technical' beian sending Eutopcau p.oductw-een iO and M patent. The intlrTmiUon Th (i m ,.*(„.,,, Mam** to the United States fundamental !" "o' hl *" for ipeeifle cetuuffattOM Th.-. 10 find out thing* for theinselver productivity have been fummM |>unfh llandardlza lon jnd „ m By the and of ISM), the Technical and are stated to be psychological p i,flcation programmes. Assisla; • %  Mid guided Kirst. last and all the time, manTh# r^um, are evident. Before i DM vuih teams through agements arc actuated by the be^ foundry team's report had the BW \. ^n industry hef that hith rates of production pvptl b(L( n put.i^hcd. many Briland agriculture These teams inare essential to Individual and col(fcn f i c .. ur ,,. B na d already begun Judod S.HM bUrtPf men. enginlective succe"-* First, last and all eers. union lenders, farming exthe time, workers at the bench. :; .| techniat the machine and in offices .-110cians of all kinds from 16 counscribe to that same belief. ThU Lclicf is not simply intellectual opurrciutlon: it has a firm emotional For 1951. The Technical Assisth old upon the whoks body of il' fig $6,000.American industrial thouglil." industrial pr.xluctivity. S3.000.000 un agricultural producSomewhat more %  pactflcaDy, | u ,w to get ivity. and S6.1HIO.000 on misol '..in aAtV team was struck by th. machinery. 1 lancous pi %  inly with which American npowar Utllltal portmanagement met the challenw of ation, martcaUng, publicmjiriipi*high labour cost. According to n Od n f..nh A budg1 <>r Innldilig-irades team chief: to act on its recommendations in exact detail. One firm, adopting American techniques, cut if man-hour* per ton by 14. Another plant increased its production by nearly 600 per rent, broke j bottleneck in castings, and raised output by some 250 per cent. Still another Arm saw fuller use of Its %  scrap restrictive and to ailopt better patterns. In France, ihoa manufacturers Si5.ooo.ooo to promote i wcond Utttt ag*eUoo, I ...ns.de. to "*fjj P' !" iu cl '"" € ^Lf )r ^ 1 revolution I l %  ) 'hat %  ImOK &0 per cent Of "' h *P;J T^L^ I Hut, spent .. .: Ann i luporlority n produc^ ha "'" B ( ^ er ' .?" %  ^TJ !" "; l.vitv H due to pre-plann.ng and W^ P""' '" .^^^V,, **\' get slarted careful „, ^^.t.on btrfOra .,.^^JSSrSJSTtwT^ I KO. I ..... methlni lik.tins The rrenctl work begin.-i" Another aspect. pactmi thai rapOftad bf Ul inttinal-combu.-.Itl output i^-r man is well !* %  %  what is considore nour The American forge H wall '• bo,h lab ur '" d manemen'. at n rate much hiher than trie lions knd the ial.ur union,',„',!,.• J '"'" 1 ""•. Pf^"*. K "* 9*1 teirtUa toduirlrj and eat their help u'. | raws.rdlfig ittncrary for the French team. ha,( predicted. Econi blow which the forging unit can lsls had expected a postwar deliver should be. utilized for th-letdown In Uritish pi-oducUi performance of useful work." "nd then a levelling off, followed by a modest 1 or 1 per cent On Ihc other side of the Allan nc n>iK ht have thought th.annual rise Instead, the rate tic, meanwhile, the French have l !" wonj of simplification old. No. has Rone right on up at been Mlectini HUM. .eprescntal "f' crM European management 12 per cent clip. m.iH>. and labour. "A prominent menuv „_ fac'.urer of radio and tsjlavulori France, too, is upsetting predictions. A French heavy-cleccame States. Its report lives from ownership, management, and labour, and sendmu them DC, brUSh-IV tour of the.r |JfWg Mt J"?^, J"" '" trical^uipnunt trim induetry Shortly they VI il '^extent of :simph llcatlo n T s board a liner for the United *"" %  had been carnc-d out in his nmll ,. ven lhe mo!ll inlransl J;.. States-and encountet the first of pwntin leiet, ision seu the range Frrnch macufneturer* sit up and man. layer* And | ,rfd *" confined to two basic ak(1 no|lc( FlnaI i v> a t ., m o( UTM .sharing cnl.im u lUl t> ,^s of chassis and witlu. union lenders, engineer* with mill l >'P w ,n ny ^ W ? F Sft hands. Things ...e | hit stiff i.t fluingeablc. As I dn %  n first, but thev loosen up. The* had ""' 'eduction in variety the plant extension service, they set about rot the next two months output had been raised ... by 80 l0 convince both their Mm ;hcse men will cil. sleep, work, percent. Agriculture and their fellow play, Hid argue together tn proSharp ns hU been Ihc impact farmeVs. Tp date, the French have fcastonal Intimacy without u letup, of America upon owners and dispatched a total of 32 teams' managers, it bus been I Ice At the flock, the project manM V ere upon workers god union %  KIT'S men t 'in. altojul. welconW ,.niciuU. them, and acquaint them with American cumrag Then they are Before she left for home one Off, UK. from there on out. no Kuropean textile worker declared productivity team gels a chance to "I came out with not muih faith draw it full" breath until i^rctunis 1 asked operatives about then* to Europe—and not always then, jobs; whilst they did work hard. IU members, ransack Amcriei.n they did get the wage. I see no cf %  rise in real income and displauts all day and take notes all frar now of the 'stretch* when 1 go hearten and discredit the ambasmght Accountants bombard them home. I will have a rough lime, sailors of productivity. It seems with statistics, engineers lake them and 1 may get a few halm pull. ly, however, tfUll down ihe assembly lines, execuoul. but I will l.v .in ambassador." same factors will force the govcrnhves detail the hUVry of each A French moulder, one of sevmerits of Europe to turn with an on ration, ind labour leaders oral labour representatives 00 lb* even greater urgency to the I Dte..pph their own footnotes. i'ren. Ii malleable-iron team, sumbooks, of their returning teams expert-, from French agriculture iBIM Kelurntng with n story to spread .iboul the An %  nduslrial. 8 agricultural. 2 marketing, and 4 labour They I luthortntlori for i than i hundred others Some observers have warned that the new burdens of defei.v BO* I ting placed upon the budgets of ihc Watt may stiuelch any hopeOl 11 III VIIIIIS NAY Af[V '.n,ii jit tt %  To The Editor. The AJouCata-— SIR.— During the debate In the ilouso < f Al I i'--ir lb thi week some on,, was reported t I have said thai %  B) Q* i bill politi. Uuu one Ihlnf ..nil the Dlri of Eiiucation another. Such rash. olTeitMvc anil mhuCadlnf stateinents. typical or hothessctad polinly dp harm I regard it a-, none other than i tl opt l" belittle teachers in <\i tinquestion of Age-Ckouping teachers are not all ai the • \\ i*-ii poliin i.ms so and tho%e for it tell tinDirector so, tin re fat no < % %  for the political offend* i he can prove that thote v. them i.ne thing ore the same peoula who toll ous, this fact was overlooked. And maj 1 say. it is in", all who hang around politicians nnd are void of r ignorant of Profbaaforial Etiquette The blnme for Age-Grouping —if there iM • %  : who had the power to permtl i itsIntrodtiet i %  bul '• %  oarry oul Ooven v.i,. thi r ttu the beginning i%  .ii their opfauV GroupinK. Some objectci agreed and the res' thought it cruld be given a fair trli I With the than i period of retardation, wri %  across n streom" plus thi defeci In Introducing It Ix'fore a %  with AgeGrouping came mother change. time from trie drill-sergMpi attitude in the threo (Pi lo .i rnore tl education aiming at producing a good and useful citizen Hence tta %  %  >-•!-nrriad with Ihein soinelhiiig of an opprentkeahlp consequently some of the time s|M-nt on the three R's was given to nthel Sllb.ieeUi Today secondary (.overninent nnd I'nvnte Schools ore til).-.. oveillowing an I tli. i. nmre than %  1009 increase in the attendances at these Schools to day above that of years asja Whera do Ihese Chijdrea come from and who .ir>> they They gre the %  ream of the Elementary %  cfaOOhl which In tlW I | WOUld have ieniaim-,1 there to boost them. Ncaik aVOTJ ihiUi who shiowi prornlat is rcved ns soon as he oi she %  Ji ohool. Wl ,t I would rec ininetij U that politicians tell people the truth instead of infusing them with bad spirits against a set of I' pie who hold and can contro. lo some extent the destinies of their children. While (here L appnre'it dlsjnrj.inODO te.uhcrs and failings n the Teachers' Association, one cannot deny that they are : %  >" i ontented and >lf•sacrificing n b dy, bearing the grind U1WOTI1 plalnlngly of avery load i tional social and othi i K Will what result? "Do be treated Uhp by all concerned I Ingly unsympa tile tie (jovernmei^. i %  eunl parents and ehil dren who seem to suffer a sort rdertOlity complex, and too paonla to i la ui IM .1 im of thell duties. I do not think they will endure It t -nger ONLOOKER, March an, mi. So/i T. Tlir Uffor, The Adeocgfa %  SIRj—1 notice that Ixxige School will In' unable team for the Watei-JVio Competitioit beeausa'lhejr* ;ite unable llnunciiilly lo raise the fund, to pay for transport. Are the boys of tod iy lattlnff soft? wiien i waaal Han kwn college. almost forty years ago. 10' ol the hoys used to walk to school and back home again in the afternoon. Some came from quite a distance. I remember one boy especially, in. knained "Pearly l'yjanm k*" haling from Gun Mill, who walked down religiously, played garnet during the breaks and idter school, and then walked home at 0 p.m. When Athletic Sports were dlM to lake place. Peal > i'> (am icks" thought nothing of running .. eoui la of Han's altar ichool an I then setting off cheerfully lo walk to Gun Mill Don't any of the Lodge Boys have bloyaateT Lodge is not a terrific distaiu-e from ihe Aquatic Club and icnung to the Club >* mostly downhill. Times have changed, forty years ago there were no cinemas and "necking" was not an ..icnmplishmenl learnt M Seho-jl VETEItAN Sliim/H Tu The Edifor, The Adoocohf— EUR,— I w ad to read In yntir paper this morning under the caption Public (ten I merit to the effect thai %  Parcel Branch on the '•' %  Postage stamps of aM denomlnaiyn been available at the Parcel Branch both when it was attached to the G.P.O. and now at the Whnrf. For fhe I iVsN of the public a Post It..V has been tix*1 at the present Offloa •'•"! Ihii It cleared :* times daily Neither 1 nor The Oflleer In"Charge of the Branch hava luj eomplaints from any periOn In tins lespect. In fairness to the Department I shnll be obliged if you will publish this letter in .m early Issue of your paper. i am. sir. Your "tn llent servant II H AHMSTRONG. ('%  I. aial To-tmaster, Mar. h ??. IHI IMifihifut aUMav To Tne toil or, ran AaeocaM ^>U\ Wnl you pa mil u. as ram* tu youi dengbinbrtoi •• m the i s A to ugistri in pleasure U beautiful ..no rnose wno erittn?e your tropical cotfec and unlegtnctad cnickena, have appar< :itiy ac4 ti-.. ki afidata i wish lo commend the hospiL.liiy of Clubs and hotels. Ihe inu scum, the InteUigenes of drivers and ofBcen In their courteou** 'i srart to tourists' questions. and especially the co-operation of anuMrri tnd church which lesults In such B service and con. cert as those offered by ihe Cathedral and Police Band tins week You are to l-e congratulated tpon Mich talent and ability aa n by Captain Raison and the Wl Ul fortunate to have bean amongst the Youi ilnceretj i M MARDENBEROH %  Unnaapolla). Rl 'I'll est' March/-23, I "NOBODY'S DIARY" Monday—The Waterworks main bust m Fitts Village. That was the content of the Voice which spoke from the Complaints Department when I telephoned at 9.15 a.m. Who said that the early bird is happier, healthier and wiser" 1 Had I not got up at 7 15 a.m., and in a rush of energy decided to clean out the duckpond. I might have been able to have got a wash al any rate. As it was. 1 am still hot, sticky and sweaty as I write and my beard is only trimmed because the kettle had been filled before the ducks got their treat. Phoned at 11 a.m.. to be told that the job wasn't done yet. At 9 p.m. it was still unfinished. Easter Bank Holiday with no water and the plants dying of thirst. • • • One of those horrible things happened to me that can happen to anybody. It was Holy Saturday and in Baxter's Road. The road was jammed and as if in sympathy my horn jammed too. It was jubilation and joy and one wit shouted "yuh think ns the fifth of November?" I didn't think al the time, I just stopped, ripped open the bonnet made a lightning decision tugged at the nearest of three wires and a miracle happened. Silence. Later on when I had time to think, 1 thought what a holy horn I had. It was past midday on Holy Saturday. Has there ever been a greater cause for jubilation? I was Mirry for the wit. Was the 5th of November that awful memorial ol gunpowder, man's worst enemy remembered, while the whole meaning of Man was forgotten ? Did somebody say we were educated? Tuesday—At last I understand what the Bishop meant when he said "it is people that mattei". He was thinking of Baxter's Road. I found that out today. People a everywhere at both sides of the road and in the road and even donkey carts, those privileged means of transport were given second place. Motor cars and 'buses don't count for anything at all. Only people. • • • The water came on about 2 a.m., today with great rushing sounds. I pulled the chain at once (I had been woken up by the noise) and oceans of chocolate came rushing out. It was mud I suppose. Which is what I thought when I was out watering the beans at 6.15 a.m. I'm looking for a deduction on this month's bill. It may have been the ants or it may have been just animal pleasure but every time I'm happy in the garden my mind turns to Cincinnatus. He's the one politician for whom i have always had the greatest respect. He lived a long time ago, of course. The story tells how in 485 B.C. he was called from the plough (a farm tool) to become dictator, when the Roman Army had been cut off by fire Aequians. He beat the Aequians and instead of ruining the peace returned to his farm. If only our politicians could be got on the land at all, how fortunate we might be. Wednesday—It was at the slandpipe that 1 saw her. It was early in the morning and ihe %  tood there gossiping away as go* .sip-, will. But she was wearing a bucket OD her head. It tilted her as naturally as any hat from a Swan Street store and she never swayed as she spoke. 1 wish l 1 could have eavesdropped. 1 might have heard something like tins. Bucket: I told him, either he'd take me to see Bing Crosby .. 2nd girl: Wuh yuh want lo see him fer? Bucket: There's something about Crosby, when he sings, when he talks. his face lights up . 2nd girl: C.o on. Bucket: I can't, I must fill this bucket and go home before . well before this bucket falls off me head. Get 'rouse there girl, yuh think yuh own dis' stanpipe. It belong to all uh we, Nuh. Thursday—A friend from the country tells me this is u bad week for cane growers and factories. Many workers are having a spree, and several factories are unable lo grind because Ihe canes are coming in too slowly. He tells me that the small peasant growers find it impossible to get their canes cut and make a profit because labourers charge them nearly twic what they ought to be paid for cutting. It seems there's two sides at leasl to the sugar story. And we only seem to hear one. Friday -Yesterday was Lettuce Day. I passed no less than 20 boys on the way from school, all carrying lettuces, enormous green lettuces. 1 wondered whether there was a school specialising in kitchen gardens, but I understand there is a kitchen garden near the school and that the boys were taking a lettuce home for supper. The girls were running along with bags and books. It's worth repeating here %  remark made often before but made this week that girls need priority of education. Reason being that when you educate a boy. you educate one individual. but when you educate a girl you educate a family. There was a spot on Ihc evening star last night I watched it sink to rest over the sea. At lirst il looked like the torso of a gigantic boxer, but as the star got nearer the horizon it looked like a penny. Maybe it was the moon's shadow. Is there an astronomer in the house" Saturday—There's no astronomer but there Is a slave, a transparent white wood slave. I knew a Scotsman uuce who took. Barbadian lizards back to Edinburgh as pets, but who wants a arood slave? I don't but my house is full of them all the same Wood slaves on thv wall and hats under the shingles. How can I ever be lonely? BED — BLUE — Also PENCILS rOR MARKING GLASS ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORE FLOWER POTS from 3" to 12" diameter ORCHID POTS 5"; •"; 7"; 8"; and 12" diainoti-r Made by Iht Government Factory VEGETABLE GARDEN MANURE GARDEN TOOLS SHEARS. ETC., ETC. WILKINSON & 1IAVNES CO., LTD. Successors lo C. S. PITCHER & CO PHONES : 447Z. 4687. 4251, 4413 FOH >#' rv ttlH in \m ro WEAB OKPT. TOOTAL DRESSING GOWNS IN POLKA DOTS TOOTAL RAINCOATS SPORT COATS IN HARRIS TWEEDS BOYS' SCHOOL BLAZERS JANTZEN BATH TRINKS IN BOXER. LASTEX AND WOOL SATIN ELASTIC TRUNKS ROC JOC AND SHIRTS TO MATCH BY PEGASt'S GENTS' FANCY BOXER TRUNKS SPRING COATS IN MANX TWEEDS f.V Of'H nOOI.I.K.X lll-l'l. MOYGASIIEI. SPRINGBAK will I:I -ii Mil i LINENS GENUINE WKsr III' IVCUMI DOE-SKINS BY HUNT & WINTERBOTHAM ENGLISH GABERDINES TN A BIG VARIETY OF COLOURS ALL WOOL LAN-AIR-CEL CELLULAR BLANKETS LAMBSMERE 100% VIRGIN WOOL III Check Designs — By REID & TAYLOR of Scotland DaCOSTA & Co.. Lid. DRY GOODS DEPT. 'febc/c Ut rfamm *JZff eco n orr" c THE FOLLOWING FLAVOURS JUST ARRIVED Chei . Lemon. Lime. PineappK' ^ Tapioca V ChoculaU* ;. Vanilla C" Hutterscolch Flai 23C. PFK !*• I'xli'ii lli'liriitiiM I A 11 ..IIIMl mill HOI I S • s rnrrv .7.1 per In. ;> '.loirs Choolalc Ran £ —2\t tins — ? I I V Anchor Iluiter Bfl per lb. K KltlarnaLV Condensed Milk D .27 per tin \ 12 oz. Pke Dates— 30 Each ,s Anchoi MUk 1 %  ; 10 each \ Fresh Carrots i, Bed Root I'IIOVI; GGDDAKDS TO.UA \ 'SS.'.V.'Si'SSsVSsWI'l'sVSSS.-S.-.'.VS.'.VSS.'.VSSSS.V.'.'S.-.



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SATl'RDAY. MARCH SI, IH:,I HAUBAIKIS ADVOCATF. P\(.K HVF, Report of B'dos Genera t Agricultural Society FORTY-FOUR FULL MEMBER: Member were elected lo the Barbados General Agricultural Society in 1950. according lo the Report of the Committee of Management, published yesterday, The Iarc increase in membership was the result of a Circular sent to persons interested in agriculture who were not members, inviting them to join the Society Tti. DM Avoviate Member i i)r M (1 Pruvert-s. Government rtr time by the ncvvly-formee Velerinar.. Ofl Camera Club. As a result of the At the end of the vcr there enthusiasm nf the member* of thi* wen llM Full Members, nine A*Club one of the best dlSpJ •9Ctal Members and one Honor. photographs ever seen ary Member Dados was presented. Twelve regular monthly meetlap and two speeial meetings of Finances tne Co mmitt ee of Manapmiqi, Th c st of the new steel shed two rcgulai halt yeany general Wi 1 higher than had been estintnectinia and one spec.al general "led. and as a result, the finances meeting were fc.-ld during the year. of ,he Society are at present yen Mr. K W. E. Tucker. Govern,ow T he total cost of the teel men: Entomologist, gave an ad* Mit w "* S8.893.46 the Kooi Hirer during UN A( ,hr p, "l f IJecrmber. 1949 >t-ar He ili".nU-d a new method ,l "' surplus funds o( the Society of controlling this, pest by mean-, ** rc $8,970.14 At the end Q| men) -I the soil with an l^cember, 1950 Urn mrpaii Ml wiiiiiii; u %i i insecticide called "G. I'ntil Uili method could be thoroughly investigated, however, Mr Tucker recommenced that control I y hand picking should be revived roUi aring Mr. Tucker's suggestion a joint letter from the Sugar ProV I i A sociation and this Societ. reduced to $1.904 31 Battery, fticyciv Chains Stolen utten to the Dlreelor~o7AK. 'T'HlEi i mln| him that these %  batt LODGE SCHOOL WL\S INTER-SCHOOL CUP inch Erom Page I — mm Mm. i, ""-• imai short of Class III rive r.*i. STOLE a Six-volt fo,,. record which w.-w set un in "Sfg"^ %  batterj valued 135.62 from 1944 and E N Harris, .sinner of bodies would support the re in *e motor launch Exalarer widch Class II high jump for I'arrv iroduclion of a programme for the was moored off the Aquatic Club. School. He went four inches short rand collection of root borer The incident was reported by St. of the record of five feet four ami beetles. Clair Greenidgr of Beckles Hill • half inches, but what was rc/ lecture was delivered at a St. Michael. The battery belongs markable was his type of jump. General Meeting of the Society by to Vincent Burke of Bay Street. After knocking down the bar m ... Mr. J. B. D Robinson, B.Sc. James Springer of Palmetto the early stages of the jump, he >-ioy roll mately 606.000 rat baitt were tween 3 30 p.m. and 3.45 p m on _ nte a *' n H. C. firewater': II H1C.II JUMP l: i i. ; .-.fn.n leu Informaliun Wanted By lnf authority i thlu.ili KOO feet long b "> feet high, being built aloig the Canal at Combermere? Isn't thU area suppoved to be kepi clear of *n obstruction \i;d isn't this the area where two I'ark Wall* have alread) collapsed ? More Sugar SII.|>|HMI In "." I ped tlm Pan ui \,|v rate wag liar period wa The anHHini i 1950 wui ltl.rU K A plat".' Vl>...it. i,ijy H |,( that all faclom ahead rapKily ritn friadlng cane before the BatM After the Easter celebration' the labourer work a bit stale and for : i work has slowe ICI )nd H
nivi B i l(V n it t>t b L* IIICII JUMP l t l? l ^ ard ma,le ." v:,hi "" from the campaign In 1949 were week. Thev in th.'-Z'u if , umi> of 20 t *&*%£** ort,,, •old durirut IflSo M t batta for Ic 0 i> LaantUe. M SS ,S ^^TJ with College |q the Slug I'oMo.,; Another shipManager, reported tlie Sou T ^ %  v n< l hf f"" ment of 100 lb* of Metaldehyae N INTEEESTINCi rVATIRI' """ f Ur ^"^ ' ' lison was received durliw the /V I.I the Christ Church ToundaAnother jumper who made a m oiI •he's.H.et"" -,i $1 lon G ? r1 *' Scno 1 SDOrli on Thurv Rood attempt at 0qualUn| a pound. Inspeclioi. ol Lorries : AN | suit of lepie .-nunons i,| Cioups of^ junioi and senior alrU inches record Tall, slim W.-buio s ,t> UH;yearl> hnspacUon v .,, v ainscn to represent ih* ater ;.tso won the BO and i5 M torrsei u>^Department of nouaea. The senior girh wore yards dUUncen In nil division Highways and Transport was quantities of paper, in a variety H* returned Hood iiinei m hot'i Chanfad Iron, the months of May c! colours. p,Tr, o adiors d ra.es. „ r „ -.„„ and June to the period of Novenv l( ^le.s. The, then had lo cut the The Coleridge Clas* HI chainwmtD *SrJ' !" *g, Pfcper into different patterns and P'"" 'O'll Thompson raa <* ,, f r Ajgainat oppodngg the junior girls Each house ood. but he won so easily thai , Mtion from some sections of the kept its particular uatterns a he did not put his best into nil point community the new steel shed was ^ret and it was not until the events. S71£'??,M P >C '! r 1 a 1 ,, afe '" W w;,v •*•* %  They were given a eertala amount i L 00 **' l7 An ""• ' %  : l-*frrv I lll'ils I III I %  aoever In the cost of the m-w she.l. „f |K .mts f, v*,,l College were 31 end Lodge U despite the fact that it is being Mrs. R. G. ChaHenor, Who pre<-*' %  '" 1t out by the eleventh wed doily as a shelter for feeding ented the prizes next judged th' race, l^nlge were 48 points and the pool and IN available for any t (t i unies liJt orina|itv and College 38. When there was only other worthy functions which :.re |, :illls ,,„,, ,„. iv ,. lll ,„ Sh:ikl one more event to go. 1 eld al Queen'i Park. uvtir*.House Second wa* Dickens >'"rds. College wa* 78 point: ADIIIWI Exhibition: The One i)lld lhlrd Mfl rIie]d Ix>dge 79. Hundredth Agncullural and InJJ,^ wn lhc ,, r!l( timp lha( (hl College's hopes were resting Exhibition was hold at vpo of cvent waneld al ho on "Tom" Clarke while Glasgow queens Park on the 8th and 7th ^ houl aml lh( spw luU ls> apurl was the l^dge Kopa. Clark being very anxious lo see team fellow burnt Gardiner Giltens. a %  hopkeepi if Christ Church, WBI discharged b) His Honrrtir Ihe Acting Chtel Judge Mr G L Y%  I jury found him no; guUi Dal knortlevlge of -i k" I -x'.i II at the Cowl *r Grand s. • m In the Court Of Ordiniiry >c|tjaleiUaj HK Honour the Acting Mr .1 E T BranchO! IBgeai Chief Ju. %  M) Q L Paylor .,, behalf of Ginens while Mr %  ranted the petiti(i of Alberthn w w. Reeei K C i Petitions Granted "i i 0 it fhocsgna CI.I i iv a v w.i-., iBU *I,H CJIAMPIOW SCHOOLS ii narrlsaa O a ll aw .ih | Harding Of Si Juries Village, St. :i.. agtate of her daughti-i (Hadys Alberline Harding late of St Michael, deceased Ml C II Clarke. K.C. Instructed by Mr ii Liata Thomas of Messrs Carrlngton and Sealy I (OT Ihe petition.i Also Kiatited was the petition lone Wlckham of Cai VUutie, Si Michael to Of her mothei Kstcll. tayll I lh '.I New York. U.S A II.' % %  ir.ii.ner was reE b) Mt C H. Clarke, C mstructe.1 ; Mn R. C. t'h:ipni.in of Mesen .Mill Si ;il> for the Crown Tl %  t m the Coin t yeaterdu and the hearing Listed until i N p m H. '.is alxi found not miillv of an alternative charge ol ittempteil carnal knowledge The i ff nee waa %  Uei i ci>nitnittii on November 2 ON PROLATION DeCouree) OrlAUi d;i> placed on probation fi Carringlon months by Hi Chief Judge mothy yesierda* i... ransai TiWO liijiin-il probi bnoui i r. G I. Tula The Acting Chier Judge also *t ihe Conn of Oi nd Si on f anted the jtclitton of Tti Mi ... \<-\ I'nl.li, Trustee ,.f the island of Barbados lo the ettato ( -"'"th phteded gujlb o Of Degdemona Foster-Turton. lot. w..undH.g (..utmld Oreenlffge 01 Reed Btreet, Bridgetown, deSepwnibe" Be 0 '' ,,,m ,,;,.,,! (iitftith on proaatlon His Honou Mr JET Hrancker. Instructed loW him thai he bad made In M i lliit.'hinsou and Hanqulries ulioul him and hnd fcum lieid appeared for th peUtMnar. lh 1 he Had n giMHi report He bad iheral taken the Another petition granted was llll)( conatdeTBtJon and WOUM thai of May Shirley Thomas of yHlc( |,j m H1 |)r ybatl V I'lilii"" '''•-'-• **...—. •.— —. Dec e mber The attendance on Ihe was 3.79J adults and11.718 lhe ( -o, t umes. took a keen interest. children, and on the second day MM ... v-merove Plantation leriillc piice J5"JS3 vm %  •""* %  •" Clni.i Church, dnud "', ',!' %  """ "> ""JWI "' M. i; II. N.lo. Ir..lruclc,l bv Ihr dr.! lup untl Uiul touk lh • %  I III ..:,„.||,.|,|. SI ItlniK next hi Ih.*&Ll^*I?ll! gZtl2 buniMlve „Z ih i from Cle caused a 'ke but at the gejaa oid to be broken ree quarter acres Clarke ined to keep up with the eerioualy iniured. Tin passengers were allghll] LUCy, who ror whs nth lured .. .he Exh.bilion on the lirst day and of fl „ t crop ;^'„nes Thev ale '"I f !" ut wj bom ; i20 K U.7S8 on UH MMOd day and a lhc „ ropor v 0 Carrlnpoii Brand lolal tor Ihe I wo days ot ,.,„ anil W I( n urBl n KV. F F. PESTAINAj Vimr ol To mark Ihr Conlcnary Ihr All Saints Chunh. St. I'-'I.: Socwty orianlacd a compelilion lor h u ap p„|nlod llrrlfcr ot SI. %  MW deign lor Ihr rovft of the L H ggj h t „? „, „,. v prhc IUI lo njilacr the prgviouA K Slmmoni who waa rrrrmlv .IrsiKn whirh hnd remained unappointed Herlor ot St John rhanned lor %  number ot years. |osi:i-|l AKTIIL'fl. an Indepen. The eompellllon wa. very snores,. J ,,,.„, ,.„, dld Ie OI u „. ,.„,,, Inl nnrl a number ot altraellve ^mjng General ElecUon., held The lorry is ~u H proptcb ii Hi-Id Plantation lightermen Strike A slrike among HghU-rmen consigned to work on the Year wood and llo>c> peered f<. thi pel The Acting Chief Judge all the peiitiiHi ol Lilian %  r.lll ji I :u I U l'( Ml-III Smoked Iit'rrins Stiff joints? Aches? Sprains f Just apply Sloan's Liniment lightly ^^^ona You will (eel Sloan'i doing you good at once. It acts quickly — soothes and comforts and drives out all Inflammation. iaei KM TNI ricTuai o* BI. UOIM OH THI PSCNIT SLOANS Liniment ftv• dmrnliu m JUST ARRIVED!! ii TRINIDAD <• ORANGE JUICE BE SURE TO ORDER YOUR REQUIREMENTS FROM YOUR DEALER TO-DAY. AT ONLY C. TIN SPECIFY "TRINIDAD" ORANGE JUICE ',',',-,:;',',; ', :','.',. %  ,',','*'.HARRISONS BROAD ST. Ktippllc. < %  Mimki'il coeoanut meal, crl pbfl olive oil. vermouth, iroi id ti H .j aqulpnM i G CHterdof Massiah Slreel ,„,,. ,, ., lt ,.,. Si .lulu: uidnw In Ihe rol.-ilr nf .... "i'i ireceived. The Compolitical mertmg al Uurke's VilP'JjW ds away from the winning tape on the home stretch, and Just when Glasgow had pushed out ahead, puttine In "II U reserve. Clarke dropped out—n gone runner. Clarke was said to ke unAle patriot reaultad In well and was only trying to save sailing fiom this porl for Trimda I the day for College. yesieidav without di*rhai. The Governor and Lady Savof the cargo for Barbados. age attended the athletic sports The Ale.* Patriot arrived during Lady Savage distributed the the morning from New Or SI John. arldOW, to the estate of her husband Cyril Gladstone b .„ r ,„i md K ed Police which was held on the u,' arr t s ton Alleyne of Connell nt 'W "*'•!'•" *"? l llrst day of the Exhibition. Town. St. Lucy. Lashiey appealed -„„* l0 VARDS ,c,m Non-stop dancing was also proa t h e bar i. i CrlsMaw " r ' 't ? nd in c .**.'"' Exhibition by two of the leading f\ R T Michelin. Commissioner ,, timB 4 dance orchestras. 0 f police, against St. Aubyn Cook imnThe dog show was re-lntrodueed P f Suttle Street for pretending to iLSJ^ja^JSf rdsVa" id this year's Exhibition, and it toll fortunes on January fi was jXn^r T'K Tin* 101 MM. was found to be very popular with yesterdav adjourned by Mr. C. L. i • VAMDS icisai Ilii Ihe public. It is hoped that this Walwyn'unttl April 10 S|t. King "" A J' )r T3tl JI SMBT will again l>eeome a yearly feature i, prosecuting on behalf of th" i-, TN,. ,. ,„ ,i J,.* <-ij..* r at future Exhibitions. Follc*. *•<* NHI A novel new event this year A LBFRT G1TTEN8 of Villi iri IL Cake Icing Display in the J\ Tenantry. Brittons Hill, was Dairy and Food Products Divis>( sterday lined 10 by Mr. C. L ion. The entries were^of a high Wblwyn when he was found_gullt> *-" %  —*. "^, VARM" CUM I Mobile with a rargo nt i i iM bags of cornmeal. 14 cartons ol .. ICI comDrr ^ines. a case of engine gi vsaaeanaa, ci-i lubricating oil and u supply of turSmW' pentine. The shijmient of im WM.I... was consigned to Messrs Roiier: j.aHia. .—.a %  * %  •— -^-^'ni mn fcrtaf.. IAI Thorn I.I.I. %  >. — urli* I VAHIW .CUM II' J YARDS l %  %  m. i.ii. .t/i. ...... ...V .......^ ~. ......... .. ....... i.vH.BI. ...U...I K^'..' • standard and cave Ihe judges 0l a^saulling and bealinu Geornr -„„. la ,i,le dimnilly to seleel Winn.-ld Yarde on February 16. ... E CruMjw iti •"' %  "' Ihe winner.1. .-.A n r r '•'• wil '• ""' liift Tm all -. The An. I. CrtMl fti.-iely AM A ,„ 28 days ,a. Im|e,l on """"i.na VAUD. 9U U no! And II puatiblp lo aisul: Hila janie, llmhbiid ot Ciar.-ll.< K. J.I •••"year In running Ihe Arts ft ll.in.ist> Ml ,. h:ir | bv ( |tv polj,.,. Magl*.r.ills Dlvialon. All appeal wnj ralc Mr „ A T;diii.i. Ilmhlalul J."..i-" <. T l nude la Ihe lormcr members ol w „ ,, fl „ rf „,„„,„„ uw „, ae VAKI.oa Ihe CommlltOK who had nm lhl „„„.„„, ,J ^ t ,„ G rall ., lcb "•~';^, 1 „"„, '.f' & dlvhuoa lor their i,ssi.anee an I Koil(| „„ Mjr ,. h ,3 „ lo tin general public lor ineir ~, nv o|.|f E MAGISTKATi: .iipport; tte i'l>nse "•J !" !" Kj Mr H A Talma lined Ron that Iherewa. a. good .. .how n 0| thl. divuion a. there had been unlawtull.' "LADY NELSON" ARRIVES TODAY RMS Lady N>l>uii will be arriving m port to-day ;.i da •• from Halifax M.I BOaUM, HerJ,d mu.ia and the njrlttefa N< Inlands. Messrs. Gardinei A run 8t Co. Ltd uiforine I-I w*iHict UH. inc. for many years past. Special mention must be madi of the Photograph Section which enU organised and run for the Just Received FRESH. DELICIOUS "MOIRS" CHOCOLATE BARS FROM CANADA. 7 kinds lo choose from:— | MILK CHOCOLATE PLAIN CHOCOLATE g tart .MILK IU>RDEAL'X MINT FATTY PINEAPPLE Price • ie Cents per Bar nahciously inflicting bodily on Cecilia Valorie of Well i February 8 |l HF.I.AV HACE -Ov-M M> I—! %  *> 2i-i.1 r..h-Hde. 3"! Hrii I %  U irr. II KRI.AY RACE L'iwlr l*i .-.-I*-. Surf I'rry. )nl Col*rnv* : It ttn WEATIIEKIIEAD LIMITED Head of Broad Street %  % % % % % % % % %  g .g.e.e.Hgja:: %  .41 nt. i nt. i. ti a ;• %  PURINA I SPOULTRY CHOWS T JH JASON JONES & CO., LTD.-Di.iribuior.. J J % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  I COUNTER SCALES JACOB'S PATTERN—v Ith Solid llravI'jn. Tire Iin and Poise. Stamped rrari) fur immrdlite use and complete with $211.1 I rurl. RANS0MES LAWN MOWERS ARIEL ANI TIOER MODELS Each In tun gfcanl—1? IBsl II Inch I'KK'ES KANOE FROM .... $:ta.i i s Id 111 r l. Complrle with 0RAH B()\ CAST-IRON PORCELAIN ENAMELLED BATHS ItECTANOCLAIt SllAPI -.'. 6" OVERALL Complete ullh TAPS. OVERFLOW .in.l WASTE FITTINGS ....Ii SlOfl H ...rl. HARRISONS HARDWAR! OfPT IfL 234 ... J .*.,.^...*.*.,.*...*.'.'.*.'.,.'.'.'.'.*.'.*.'.'.'.*.'.'.'.'.'.'.*.*.*.*.*. •'.'.','.'.',• r^>i Why pay more for Canadian Emulsion of Cod l-iver Oil when you can buy the same of equal quality and gftM of British make cheaoer 62'" exchange and duty are in the extra cost Canadian price tl Zl Sml — British price 6fi Lge — ..I St We offer BEXALL FMI'LSION OF COT* LIVER OIL at above nrlres Small 6


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I'U.K SIX liWtlSUhl-. AUVOCATK -.\riiiinv MXKlll II, ii HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON AMMMeaVM MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY J COOl-D 3NVEA2 I HEAR A VOICE !-.; X THOU,TKS2£ BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG fe ..,< THE LONE RANGER rs THE ANSWEBS THT edtnee BY FRANK STRIKER • %  -\ BRINGING UP FATHER rx_i_ t . %  — %  %  .: %  ,.%  : % %  .-.•..-,..> CATE A* USJALBXJ aI'LL MBT___ BY GEORGE MC. MANUS r (X up' saTVTTUE MAGG* A**.*, ve TDMECr HE? I'LL 6CiM3 A CMAif-Wfe I C6ET At?S„__ ... //*^ = >"0 KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND %  ..%  ncturmM %  %  L3 TKE PHANTOM %  _J:~V>\I' *' /. % %  Men4ia*60NAi BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES %  AlWMfi ? >—< JUST ARRIVED!! REMINGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITERS (A LIMITED .M 11 III:It O.M.>,| YOUR ENQUIRIES ARE SOLICITED PHONE 4675 A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (B-DOS) LTD. DISTRIBUTORS 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 .IB Tins OVALTINE (Medium) 73 .BB Pkgs CREAM OF WHEAT (Large) 70 . I USUALLY NOW Tins Grapefruit Segments 55 -IB Bottles GROTSCH BEER_26 •! Tins Chum Salmon (Tails) 51 -IB D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street 7ke Otiymag LATEX FOAM MATTRESS OMBIMMI HI — CAKE SBMNUMB $ %  en., i.i.i. IMiCOSTA # Co.. I.lil. u,n. Foi JOJI blood u poiton4 taraagfi faujiy mdnrr*ton ixlwr tymptoaa of Kldo'r lutordrri are tatliwha, Aaktt J.I-I, m~4 I,.. i. ,.i... Na"i*, I — .... Ci>i-a -p N.."li l> ..,-.,. M.r, ..., Clrrtw MM I. •"'"<-• ••" •••.•••i Lw .1 l'r aae Aaatna •" *>•n> cmn imimaM n IBMI.IH • a **tri >oa .ml firaii ra-. *> >nd klMarr Ud rto tii ar.4 t> ,*jr i.Utm Mtrir. uit*iT J" %  mi no harmful o* rlancraui 4n aiaru killing >li i jour Kldr-r>. %  %  in i.o hour.. Ml %  .huh %  !' .!!.< %  .r< and Urumi '* iMolyielr tiirmWu la r*Nn %  Bpurovvd br DoU II lodittrin nd bi oit>-IUn< iraaaaM ahavn abon iir /• ***; 044 .-d ft M „i m*tUt*n i-4 aamt. Main at*( f *d. I*.a*i in a M... / ft.— ba tar Mil Matjara Mr r D • Tkt I G-.-o-Caa la Nl Ya Right Cystex.i .. .. _. u a. i_ 111 %  I %  N I V S IADDII I.U.I.WII U .-.d. RHIUMATISM ., — NOW! Denial Science Reveals PROOF TH1T HUSHING IEITH RIGHT mi ItlING IJ (HI SAFE, imCTIVI WAT TO HELP STOP TOOTH DECAY WITH COLGATE DENTAL CREAM 25c 45c 75c



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MTIT.Ii.W. MARCH 31. lil IMRBADIW ADVOCATI. PACE si MS CLASSIFIED ADS.,"^J!^!2L j -SZSR TELCPHONf 250S %  MMw €••• II ressta p*r aoale UM urn Snadan m.4 %  --. CWM 1 SS on areafc-dav* —4 si m o*. x*4* Deaths, AcknowTb* chart* for Birth*. Marriag... I*d(nient*. %  fid In UM on -**.i-d*>* and f lor any numbtr of *idi 3 rent* p*x word on wwkfliii an* MMl %  Tor Barthi. Mamas* %  1-^.inrHnrMi In Callb Calling e'.aig* U $3 OS for any nunbw of word* tip la M and %  cent* per word lo* m-t* additional ord Tmi casb Fton* SUM &*t*,.*n IM and P m Ill) for !" iff,. 4 urn Hill SALE iisaus iWn troak n (Mil and i % %  Sundays M vmrdi — OM* M | iremi ) trali a word iceak—4 r**n* a ltd SaaiJay). THANKS %  .. Uarrb JH 1*1 11*1,1 from i-u > mvi-d lar gvn A plan Whli-h unr. CM be filled JoNM f.nfTil". H.i.l>.nd Theopriil Si JJIUI .Soii. Everlon Si John He*t* laron.nl Yeerwood %  Brother-. Mr* E. Kkeet*. MM \ idBov>*ii .St.lers 1 Uto'i •" Jnhi> %  31 I SI In IN MEMOsUAM | m-(H)| ril Mi • t Denr M the nn %  %  — % %  %  '! 'I'*•* l"d Dm Is the mmoiv thai .tiould ** %  fade Iweet u ihi hope IM< sSBaBl Ml tk.-il faallllH luajrther at J*us fret to be rrniclfLW'iT.i I • >. Weir .eon... Miriam Parrla. > M Iranklyn lataUri. Stantey a*dd;rd Urothor • 31,181—In HALL In Loving M lather JOflKPK OOOIIMAN HAU. "ho : mi* Mr Oil Marrn IT. 160 %  %  uw him Unking, | .i -.s-i.il nun fade away. Cod knowhow morV. W >e*r AlTTOAroriVE KM: II. nod ...-i %  31 J.I CARS--On* Prefert Ford. On* Moart* it Joe*a*i VuVranlilng Depot Ilrd Hud %¡ ara*.*. 41 BoetnacH Hum 31 3 5! In NOTICE HVCH CLARIKCX Cl-ARKK i da* %  %  Sand*** HOUSES REAL ESTATE H UNO A LOW—Na< Aa now, a: 1 Do* 15. JM Hi. .„. the |ii day ) %  Mileage Apnli d*.ood All*. 3D J SI .1 DM it r. nx Mad Vain Car In nod running rondli SO 1 SI CAB Ol-r A ..tip 1MB. 14 I good oondllMn. • new lyraa. M prm aak>d. Phona Mil. CAM <.-i Vauahall Car kin'iy rru (;.--! Tyrra Alrplv D'Arry Audi M ...%  i ii. Dial 3-41 31 3 SI IT. CARS On* %  Undnrd • rondllton On Humbrr "K" BultaMo %  -A .. %  .,„ i. ;. i. miloA 1 Tyrr* Onr Morn' 17' foiinorly K-ICO. Hvo naw lyrrAll :n Aral ilaaa working rardllwn S* Iha--bargama al Chooi> Carag* '1' Lid Pinfold Bl Phono 43M II 1 SI —3n II Hl(h tkrrct % %  idnrt.i* n for. tha Mh day ^f ... 1451. aft, whirh dat*> I ariall proraod to dKUibui. %  ho aa-ala of tha darooard anwmg IIW partial anlltlod lharrlo ha. „ %  iaar.l hl> hi auch claim, of *hWh I aloll the,. km had nMIrr and I will not M llabV to* ih* aaaou or any port thrrr.1 -.. didnbi.lrd t.. B.o parn of WMM debt m mm i gMl M* IMH MN had And all persona indebted In the laid • %  tale are requested M •etlle their Mid 1 ILdebtedneta without dela. Dated thia ITth day of rabmary. 'P*l Tiir. I'l'm.KTRVSTHt. T T HF-ADt-rV. Ijualified Administrator ol th* Katair -.1 Hugh Claranc* Clark*, deceaaad llll 41 MOTOR CYCLE: One Ariel 10 h p Motor Cvcl ARply to E B Cortoin MOTOR CYfLE >cl, a h .. A liaigam Tourleay Oaraie DJtCniCAL vapriur. H appear* lime, and la gone vmond B Chi.-* ONANLighting Plant. I1-1S ...It.. 31 ampa. 400 walta. with Umpn and %  J .• %  < %  A n irnea A Co 1 Id PHILLIPS RADIO APICKUP QMJ Ion lube Phillip* Radio and Pkckup for %  ale Apply lo F Bourn*, Oilum rip>irt* Club IB 131 .In %  ADM On* F-kco Radio iflne> vici.ila. firarc,.'pli..r.-.. Fir. paotot tlwcn r Allilcr. in Roebuck Htroet Dial GOVERNMENT NOTICES POST OFFICE NOTICE PABGBL POST In consequence of a Hcgulation niudiby Uie Governor.in-Kxccutive Committee on the 21sl March. 1951, willi ff*C1 (nun the' 2nd April lha I'iinel Itisl Branch on ll.i* Wharf will be open to the iV' ml public as follow (a) Week day! (c*' %  urdayg) from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. |b) On Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 12 noon. General Post Office. 24th March. 1951. 28 3.51— 2n. GRENADA POLICE FORCE RECRl'lTS REqi'IREn 1 I'ay and Allowance* bit S432.00 pa. Increase fif $24 00 after onr? year'* service, utd yearly [ncramentg of J24.0O Cost of Uvlog Allowance—25% Of pay, liUdmntt Allowance—for married Constables $9.00 |er month 2 RfQulremrnls for EnlUlmrnt Age—between 19 and 30 years Efaifht -minimum 5 ft. 8 ins Chest—minimiiin lyefore expir..linn. 33 inches. 3. Applicants will ha District "A" on the 3r i oded thai vahl %  • Ufa not pass-. 1 *! as road-worthy by ihe 30tli June. 1951. will nut be permitted to operate after thai date. .f Rarbadna V,.u|n .re held on Monda.. Wttlnru,.. n ,.d Flida*. ol each week 1 IM 1 Hi Centre Tudor Brldf* At Ihe Ordination Sr-nic* hrld by th* Caribbean National Bapt.at cmvantlon. at the wool EvanceliM Tabernacl*. IfMakirtgii Kg* Road on Sunday I...I nt II*. 1. n CUik* .aa appointed lo "the office ol nag R*v. 1 BRUCE CLARKE. I %  ~ J B (1RANT. LTh Mil* HU;A llHt'WNF 31 111 I.i ROYAL BAMItABV DfattTVTI i \ miv t miAn approved court* of lecturea for randldaUa onterlng foi the *amli.atlun tag UM Ccrtillcal* for Sanilan' Inapoc. ma. Royal Suniur. Intlllul*. will atari on Saturday. ITth April. IM1. at 10 00 Sanitary Inapector* w*io de Mol OUg COUfnM "f MMUNI .hould *nt*r their namea al th* o^c* of ihe Director of Medical SerMiei on or before th* 16th Asm, ISM Department of Mrdica! S*i.-*. SI 3 II Ii. NOTICE BARBADOa. I HHBBBY gjlv* nolle* I., all prcaona I inBIEBY gl.ti...iur to all p*>MM entitled to .ot* at the Elrclion ol Mombera of the Oenaral Aaeembly for th* Pariah of St. Andrew that th* S3*. HPITI taiii commenc* between th* houia of I and t o'clock In lh* morning on Monday lh*th day of April IS6I al Th* Cnnvnunil. Hall BellepUln* M lha l*.iri.h of SI. Andrew, And I hereby ninuron all peraona ao rnlllled lo Vot* to meet at th* tint* and i ad via* J I'li'i'iir S Doga Mn 4144 Bred Alaallan Thipa II Si John Phu-ie 31 3 M In .MECHANICAL AFRATFH WATERS PLANT One arnrtl-Fn.lr* Filling and Capping llr.i.l Thro* Carbonalor.. •Cirrmam Electrk Motor Shaft.P.,ll*.. Spare Parta. Oa< T..hr. atg All In good order and eirelan Appl* lo M. Abbadl I Ml CAIIRIFIl BtKRS Bicycle, by I HAHNfcS a> tl.tfl ttB MAI IILVLS I • Adder. IM It— MISCELLANEOUS BATH CAPS arc. hat BUNDS S. Modem 1 Wowi TrdMcall Bg CM ill-id* In bcaullful t>< nd to go *nn Utoi I Japan. At HamPITLI. RINGS Prlc of copper. %  I Knlghl't Lid 31 3 SI—In BATHS In Porrolaln Enamel. In SJhll*. arcen. Prlraina* with matching inlta to complete colour aultaeFop grada. A. BAHNEB St Co., Ltd. SSHI-lfn. I LO) KB Jual what you have boon wailing for Oiandfatner'n clocka In Oak md Mahogany. Made only aa Kl>nile an make them Wm 1) Richarda A Son. Mc Gregor Street II 3 SI !•> CURTArN FITTINQS—For amart window rlyllng. light control, Valanrea and drapprier By Klracn. Dial 44IS A. I1ARNEA A CO.. LTD. Hltt tlB ROIJ^CP DAYLITE MOVIE SCREEN n CM, good order. Fill, CltPharmact. ISJUI t f n. VENETIAN BLINDS. Kirn I. s ill metal DrLuv.* Venelmn blind!, lo youurea delivery J wecki. Dial 44M. \ ltAKM..s g. Co, I.M II I Sl-t f r A'fNDOWS -nd DOOFIS pi.. %  cured Ikimber Ii. mnchinery. Great rtnga In coat and time, when you let ion* 17*1 L A II. Millri. Herd St ri HIK OFFICIAL SALE -nh il. %  %  %  il Cnn I US I Both Villas*. In Ihe Ol-rch buttlnl and %  lale ..f one SEiMUln IASHIF.V .I'd violinut %  Ing your pation*. and ,t M| i*Klncc. an* called Spotla-i*. i two aides on th* Public Road. Io*lh*r llh the imauage or Dwelling Houa*(. miding. Ac. appraised ai followa — Th* whole proper tv appralaod I' F.IC.HT MCNDRFD AND THIRTY THREF. POUNDS .£8X108' Attached Johnaon for and tow Depoail Provoot Marah.il'* Office. paid .. . ., %  %  Government of Ihla plac* and people an'! prea*rvali..n of their *0.i hareof In which ra* aoeh Poll will M ohen rt the plac* or pU.i npi>nlnlerll lt*l ...mmrnilKK between and I oclo.1. mlog. '.,.. under my hand Ihla 10th d*> iai. Ida Wlh ibiv of March l>il r A INGRAIIM. J P Sh*rlfl %  Returning Officer 313 SIB NOTICE HAKJlAltO* five noil.* tr. all peraooi ciualiSrd Ki vote *l th* Elecllon ^f Mcmbera of the Genet al Aaarinbly for gj tl Andr*w that 1 have %  ppolnted Th* CommAinilv Hall at lie 11*plain" aa lh* place wh*r* all aurh pHMnl mta m**t on Mond.c the Kli BQ .1 \;.:il 1"61 Ml elt.i rrSFM fur IM Partah In lh* Grneyal A'aembly And I lieroby lurlher giv* notice lh-l III th* event of a pull liamg required for IM JrKriHlaaOM • %  the aid EI*rlfon. I have appointed for lh* aald pyrpo** Ihe pl.ceherrlnafler -|KI H1..I UMI i1" Polling St.tlon No l| : The Alleyne Brhol M-lleplalnr THE t.ciRTH W1NO For th* ur* ol all pef%  Otlg -h"* tuinamea begin with th M lier* A to J tnclu-K* I" llmg Slatlon No ill — Tl.* Allevne School B*ll*plln THE SOUTH WING For the UN of all peraona whoar al si 11 M.l IF :. %  lll.lVI i dav of SKINNF.H TAKE NOTICE M S Ill'Nt.AI/m* Modern Bungalow Ui .<*d .1 Brighton. Black Rock, all co i DSaJ ma ann if r I^RC.T HOUSE a FLAT Th* Cfdaa, n...ih*-e* Ful^ hamMMl Dial 133? Hiaa K Hunt II l.tl ' ii WAJ.1. milJUM. On (Ml MI (t | 4 Ro*b.rfk Street Downalalra, Spewn v ( ..-e St. i.. BMBM SM il.--.ItglllBl lo.r fwdrooma. DraaWf and Din mi ButMski hi p... IJ-., DwoBIng or Induatrir Frattag* 43 It Doadn 100 ft CiH-tried fight ihi..(.. Apply lo M Abbadl Dial SSvl 17 3 31 4.. HOUSE A newly I double ror*d SS > II •n*droof atta IVn|a*nin ft r.'.-.r CTgirtMSM Hll ... IV.-'a-ta •**.— MARINE UAHDENS N*w Buiulalow %  '"" l*pt Wharf II 1 SI lit taHh r.mning"water, built In Wardrobeand all modern onvenlonce. '"" '• %  •"' preferred Apply Mr. Fried. """ "'•"l ""> %  11311—Ll.S. A %  i ran Haatlni. on Saa Fur Refricrralor and T*J*. .11 modern convent Ella* Court. Haatll II -.... .1 M I I | ii NQALOVI %  %  .h Aval I'.ini-hed. Fridge '•— Apply Freu.rc, ran, mvriaR.*.t. i..i-i. ..nd wale* 31 IM SHOP A boarded, shingled and gal %  ni.etl .h,.p at Codrlngton Hill. Bt knael. Aupl. lo Beniamln K % %  n*. % %  ton Hill or DaC.xta StiSedoruii: MMixiHm .haro* week TI rettfa and SS crnts SanataM M aaonSt — gawe 34 woras i cenla a word uii> 4 cni* a w ord Saadavi HELP APBUCANTS foe g claaata In let. fimg WeOni and Flktai. I I > I April nth Alto tor elaaaai i aanbroidar-r on Thurad • aftornoon. B4J| RMkJMMMJ -nd AcCmihU an. approelauon for ih* aub|*.t and willing i Ofn.* ri 4 ( ni in Account. >|.pi. by letter .nd In person to Ihe und-ralaned al No 1H>, Sew Bmldina-. Lower Broad Blreet. on an. of in* following ,.. Urdneaday or Th.irada, led aih or Mli April .IsoU between the hour. .-' and lo a m Franci. H Ptkr %  %  rod Parts %  Hal Appl, lo Mr. I I llouw St Mict MISCELL/tNEOUS DMI AND: FiUFntrlck TrlrphaM lord l*n* II 3 SI -In dwelling 1 IS4 c, al B| PIXASA.VTON Worthing m-lr. ._ r.loa*d gall*r>. 3 bedroom*, dr.* mg A lining rooms. Servants' room Goragi nd all m-^em convenience. Phone tin iv-ilabl* Irom 1*1 April 5HOP ragggi i Hock Road For i Brown* TANOLIN Frrr. -out. Balh.h*ba. nm February onwarua, monthly or otherwi e. •> dc.iblr 1-edroom* with alngl* Simmon. Ixdsieada, children'* room. dining IO. r. -nd lounge Refrlgeralo-. ge. '(iva.ls room. Appl. HnRing XJB ll l SI If n GOVERNMENT NOTICE REMOVAL OF THE AI'IHT OFFICE. II hi hereby notified for general nformation that with effect fi.ni the 2nd April, 1951. the Auditor General's Office will be transfer pad to the uround floor of the Wes Wing of the Public Buildings ii the premises recently vacated b> lha IL.rhados Savings Bank. regigJPTJ! Bndgetoi %  Pan*, ii al BMaSaea Bar d Lane e will be offered lor aa'* ipetltioi. al t.ur idlh-*. J .n Friday Ulh April IK I Huuhin*..! A Bnntoid 1 iBMk SI.; ppli a *1 Sh-re. El Dlvi Th* above ahare kite by publi IIS Plant-lion. -. Ba Drvida .i %  Cl-APKE X CO iilM-*i AUCTION I uoer Tk Ilia taUa H.niPin iv*d In Mr< L-ludr. Thai IAHl'1 A BROTIIEn Ct>MPANY. corporation organll-d and eal.llng und*r th* law. ol Ihe Stal* of Virginia. United Stale, ol America, whoa* trad* ir builneu addrras I. Hlohfnond. State f VaTSbtia, USA M*nufactiir*ra. has polled for th* rrgl.tratton of a trad* nark in Part "A" of Rrglster In reaper! if rigaraftea. cigar*, unuiklng and Ch*wMCCO of all kinds, lobocxo and producta of all kind., anuff and .' .rliel*. ..f all kinds, and will tle.l to regifler th* asm* after Ih* March ISSI iinl*aa aom* person shall Ihe meantime give notice in duplicate i ma at my office of opposition of aucn gl.t ratio, i Th* IraS* mark can b* en on application at my oRW*. I>al*d this 14th day of March ISSI II WILLIAMS. Registrar ol Tmd* Mark* 3 31-3r TAKE NOTICE I CONTINtNTAL GOVERNMENT NOTICE Any person claiming lo be lawful relative of the late GEORGE FULLER who died at the Kingston Public Hospital. Jamaica, on 1'ith March. 1945. should communicate immediately with the Administrator General for Jantnici. Public Buildings (East) Kingston, and mry Birth Cartiflcate to establish such relationship 31J51— 3n. OHIIM1I %  01 VINIRS. (TRIOS. JEWELS Ni Shipment aaenrd THANI'S ^ Thai CONTINENTAL FOODS. INC a eurporallon of the Slate of Delaware, whoa* trad* or buslneat address I* l0B Hudson Str**t. Hobokon. State of New J*rs*> United 51st*. of Ameriri. las applied for lb* trad* rrj.k in Part • A" of Regi.tor in r**P*et of foodstuff*. Including soupa and ingredients ..p ar.d will br entitled to leg |h* lame after on* monlh from ISth da, ..I March IHI ur>le i prrson shall in th* mean!.-* glv* notice in duplicate t.> m* -t m. ofiko of MM' •Ell regi.Uallon The trad* mark can M aeon on application at m? office Dated Ihls 34th day of March lHl II WILLIAMS. Rrgistiar •>< Trade Marks SI'ECJAL REGISTRATION OF VOTERS, 1951 For the convenience of all "Qualified Parsons'* (men and women) who are entitle! la. ter as voters for the election memlnrto the HOUSE OF SEMIH.Y. the Government has appointed a large number of Assistant HcEisierinit, Officers who will visit ever) nccupted house iii the Island in order that every Qualified Person", who is desirous of being registered, may be gistered wn!i ,•* little inconvenliii in himself ur herself as posble. No one can be forced to register, but it is reasonable to expect that ALL "Qualified Persons" will want to register, even if. subsequently. Vimof them do not actually vote at every election of members for the Hoi Assembly Adult Suffrage privilege thai no man or woman would wish lo Ignore, but REGISTRATION Is necessary before that privilege may be exercised 2. The Special Registration of Voters does NOT make the persons who register liable to serve as Jurors and bear no relationship whatever to the List of Jurors. So, there is no reason why anyone who has a conscientious nblertioii t" serving on A Juiy should, on that nccount, hesitate to register. 3. jVntr. u'ho ta a "Qualified Person"? A "Quulilled Person" means any male or female who, being a British Subject, will be 21 years of age or over on 31st October, 1951, and who has resided In the City/Parish in which he claims n'Kisiiatinn for a period of not less than three months. 4. Assistant Registering OHI< crs will be calling at eveiy occupied house in Ihe Island tluring the months of April and M,i\. IflM Each of these Officers has lo Mtvar his District and prepare lists of ail the persons he has registered within a limited period, so it If hoped thai every one will assist the Officer by answering truthfully and promptly the few questions he will have to ask, and will be helpful In any other way in which the Officer might need assistance. For his part, the Assistant Registering Officer will tie willing to till up the necessary Claim form If so requested, but the person mak Ing the claim must sign (or if un able to write, make his X) the declaration that he/she has NOT vet been registered. 5. If, when an Assistant Registering Officer calls at a house, a "Qualified Person" who resides therein is away from home, the necessary Claim form may be left to be filled in. and subsequently collected;—or the "Qualified Person" may fill up his Claim form and send il to the Assistant Registering Officer Where it is Impracticable to leave a Claim form with any "Qualified Person" concerned who should return it, S operly filled In, to thr %  gisteiing Officer for his District .is promptly as possible, and in case later lhan JItr May. iQJl An Assistant Registering Officer will be in possession of WARRANT OF APPOINTMENT which he will be willing to produce, on request, as his authority for visiting every house in his District 7. An Assistant Registering Officer when performing registration duties cannot, under pain of heavy penalties prescribed by law. canvas, or attempt to influence any "Qualified Person" as to ho he should vote, so "Quabilrd Persons" are asked not to expect Assistant Registering Officers lo answer any such question. 29 3.51 -2n her houi on Thursday neat Slh April Her housahold furnilurr which Mahog: 3 piece Mom* *Ult* hlona. Pin* dining t .hie ami Chiffonier. Night chair. Towel liner table*. Dressing table. I Motor. I Electric BtOV*. l-ard.r son dinlnU table. I Larg* mtrr." i Double bedalead and spring. Phillip. N—iio in working ,..i .inn... burner OH Slo.e ..r. OH .-i ||g ,, ..o ..,,, pu , UM %  % % %  AMI II ... x Srhweupei Tonic Water .*> de Appl. lo Johnsou B BMS %  BM I I -", i 3B 3 11 Tn IMMEDIATE CASH lor diamond |**l. ir. nid China, silver and Sheen*M Plata. Phone 44M or rail al tiORRINOES. ad flints| Royal Yacht Club SI 111 TEN IMMEDIATE CASH for i*r\. g,.i.i nuggets, cm... n. Old R W I Stamp. Ar.v-m Shop. Dial 44SS. .rok*n J..' mature* lad* aoaaKD*taP TAKE NOTICE du MAURIER Thai i mmi) .-uuirss la 3. I gfcHka Ml Ihe irgialra* Part "A" be entitled I'ETEH JACKS. r IMh dav of March ISSI. unlesa aoine per aim shall in tlw meantime give nolle* in duplicate lo in* .1 n.) nffltr ..( oppoait ..f such registration. The Irad* mail ran be aeen on apMlaatlan >i my nfflv* Dated Una 14th dav of March. 1ML II K11l.IA.Ma. Registrar of Trade Mark*. SB 3 SI—V llwli kmv.ii I!) \ih.TlNir.0*l ll\>ll VI \O.MI ATTENTION i> drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amendment) Order, 1951. No 7 which will lie published In Ihe Official Gazette of Thursday 29th March. 1951. 2. Under Ukll Onler the maximum wholesale and retail selling prices of "Soap, Lard—locally manufactured, Margarine (a)—locall; manufactured and Oil-Edible" are as follows; — ARTICLE WHOLESALE PRICE (not more than) SOAP: (•) "Bomber" Mottled (b) "Bomber" Cream Laundr '(c) Raven Brand RETAIL PRICE (not more than) i 110 10 per box 2(1 x 2J lb. bars 54 cents per bar or Kli cents per quarter bar. 50 cents per bar or 121 cents per quarter bar. bar par For furthar Information apply tc • %  DA COSTA A CO.. LTD.—Agent. PASSAGES TO EUROPE Contact Antilles Products, Limited. Roseau, Domini*., for isttki| to Europe. The usual ports of cell are Dublin, London, or Rottardam, Single lar* £70, usual reductions for children. sVAiEM w;vif.v*. cms ARE BEST 11Y TEST DON'T ONLY OIL 1T-CEI1M IT I I.MHAI. VOWNUKY I.TO. Clasolene Stittlor—Trafalgar St. HIR MIC "CASABLANCA' MfOTIWS HUM r^e:^r'L^:T;i::r.^;.':"v l Jo,,,,,.. Km-hpn. iiniry. rtr. Thais I a doul md Sa OudSDj arc brauiiruiiy brill ". **U rsa JOHN M. BLADON ... pUnUliiiiw. Hullding Real EaUU AgeRl—A.irllanerr—Hurvayor TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH BRITISH ARM! RIDING SADDLES (N>w) Clearlnc off al .M nrt Ideal for Flnnlalions. MAllOr.AV* VARNISH -I U M J sri opened a JOHNSONS STATIONERY and HARDWARE I Christian Science l] I Reading Room t> i— ikT FLOOR. BOB-EN a> tUrlk tBroad atroajli noun : 10 a.m.—1 pjn. Tuesdsrs, W*dnaadaja, rridan. 10 a-m.—12 o'cloch Saturdars. U*a rbrlatUn BeUao* Iral-booB, h •-!--•. Bad W-all* srHa Kay la %  il-SaHofaaaa br MABT BAkJIB I t BDBff air k* read, bonos.**. | | Visitors Are Welcome | I.OVT A FOI xn LOST TAT Cat. fa olt*r*d On Saturday last. SMrn*a* Male m avith br..-.n (.re. %  •. tail. • M..S-II.I-..I I...J M 11,. Phn.ie n:a SHIPPING •• IMMI IOB 1 MI] & Mini of BatiSai aaag tM Ol lb* El Mai %  ** %  B Slaais AHimiLAM MONTREAL. AUSTRALIA. NEW ZEALAND LINE. LIMITED .al A N Z LlBi Cargo aecpt*d on thrtumli BSBS adinn -ilh Iranaliliin.ri.l at Trli.uL. i Be Britiah Oulana, Barbado s, WlaftwaM and leeward Island* rtaai Mph rUILVERS. WITIIV B CO LTD, an Da COSTA CO. LTD.. Brsdgeloayn. Trltudsd. Barbados, ii W 1 B.W I %  %  ?•_•" N B W I ftCMOPNER ABBKK'I UH'N i ana M C\ PABTNFH' ^ s S lt\lll It Alt.l M. II IH IS rak lh* — %  1 TsfJll"TnF NOBTHBOINU ALCOA PEOABL'R*' ALCOA 1-KINr.Btl Apnl Slh Sail* fnr dne April nilnails tM and SI River B ROBERT TIIOM LTD. — NEW YORK ANII C.l'LF SERVICE M ii \ -DA COSTA CO. LTD—CANADIAN SERVKE HARRISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KIN0D0M SS %  SUCCESSOR" SS. -STUDENT SS. "SPECIALIST" S S "TACOMA STAR" HERDSMAN" DEFENDER" SS SS S.S. "SCHOl^R" Due From leaves H^rbaaloa Liverpool 10th Mar 25th Mar. Olasgow A South Wall I 18th Mar tad Apr, LMM M.II .'.111 Apr. Liverpool Und Mar, :i: i V, %  London .'itih M.II i rail Apr. ,'.i M Mai trill. Apr. Liverpool 1st Apr. Ulh Apr. HOMEWARD P0B THE UNITED KINGDOM VeMel F.r l'loe. In Rarhado. SS. "MULBERRY HILL" Ind.>n SS. "UIIOSI'ECTOR" .. C.reenock S.S. "CRAFTSMAN" .. Liverpool 37lh Mor 30lh Mar 3IN\ M.i WILLIAM F0(iARTV l(E-( CONSERVATOR Model CC43 Alliatiive in Asfsaasaac* — Sowul i l>.-~ii" It. .IHI. i in Cunalrurlian — Low CurTCBl ('....s.unpHoii 2.81 Cu Ft Accommodating 4 gals. ol Bulk Ice-cream in standard DSI1I "i 12 gab. in Brick or 75 lb ol rrosra rood. Outside ras s s ursmsa l Wide, 211." Deep and 3814' High „*l t'S Show You Thaas, Th*) ** ""'' A wilh Frcmclic Condensini; I nils — II"MI. in IU Sealed. WILLIAM FOIiARTY LID.



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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVIM ATI. Football Had Fine Season Last Year MR n *; POPPIIM % %  —_ ,.. „ „ MR O S COPPIM ,,( u lc B.A FA.. in p.' EUporl for U i n lold m.-mbers of Ihp Council at (he Annual Central M< of the Association held at the Y MCA. Headquarters yetDoon, thai the -I'ason under review was the IU! one Iron. n iCl j nP formation of the B.A.F.A. in 1910. Continuing he said : "It it tnu* lh.il op BCftkulaf claim can be cstat>iiin-* %  Association then dealt w „ season reached a cominendably *5 C jJPPintmerit of Officers and L Walcolt proponed thai Prizes Given To B.C.L. Twg bauj have bagfl recently in-mud to the Barbados Crick M lA'-aTie ftor feaU performed during the last season. These bats autographed by the famous West Indian Cricketer Lvaric Cnrwtantine have been prrscnteit -" il.i (irm of Messrs Waller Lambert It Sons Ltd. cf England through their agents Messrs C. L. Qibba 4 Co of Loirgff Broad Jt is learnt that in future the Hal* will be autographed b\ < 'v-ic WaUMt. v/es! i n d,es wicket keeper-baUmai. who is a| present in England to fulfil an engagement m the i-ancashire League These bat, will go to the IICI. USB) ;n;iking the highest score last season and die batsman makth.nlgjhatt sgore St. Martini with a score of 350-7 and O O rah am 188 are the winners %  On Will DO made .a th* annual B.C.L. Prize Giving Day Strange Fish Landed Here "i -.mi mat spar) from going . d and looking after (he Assostrange tlsh was landed by a i's business, he had shown w.""?, ,x ? 1 '' crow M 4pngtluwn %  on degree or cauaiuiiiv ... *~ n Market yesterday evening The fish which weighed over 300 pounds was about seven feet long and the thickest part of its body Was about four fi-et feience. Sa\ai>i.uh Club Tennis Touriiamciit %  %  MIXED Don I '—n Bom ,-id J HI -inMy i., M> Mi. M S Bwi I IU-I A v Wiaw Mr 4 ^•. %  i Two ro.irii VUI I- v .tiiahi (r dub Trninfa-Sav Cricket At Mental Hospital match will be olavco Mental Hospital Quint] XI and Mi Wood's Combined XI Play ill I#giu punctually at 12 .lock. ins are Mr. Quintni'i XI C Quintyn (Capt.l R MH s (Jafcana, H Hutehlnson, C I \Tkin.s Mr Wood's XI C Wood J Hinds. N. Wood, C. Clarke, C Gasklns. K. Sealy. E. Mi 1%  i: s I'.I-I:. i. Parris T Ma>nard and M. Crichlow RUSSIA WANTS MORE GCRMAN SPECIALISTS BERLIN. March 30. West Berlin-a Anti-Con:munist information bureau to-day predicted a new east German campaign to recruit German speclalM* for work in the Soviet Union luding scientists bo invited to sign three |year contracts, the Bureau said —Renter SATURDAY. MARCH 31 1;,| COPHN high standard and system of control the diagonal mes to i Major A %  %  •" i" IVIIIIUI inNiiriiif. in (( %  ,, suit in a great or measure of control '""*' ..f IL. .. I I'.I-.' 1-f Ul> Its skin was jet blaijc and lOajn v. hat like a shark's in texture—no scales. The bead was shaped like ,i duck's having a long, broad ie Report and Financial Stalebeak w ,Ul lwo fine M H P uri "hit.I were then adopted IOWS of lP ,h The head was tapered off to th,. b'.r At the upper part of the head were two holes similar to those carried by a whale for breathing Yet it had gills. — r '|"^>nj ill ill Foster. Senior View %  made President in E. K. Wnleotl. of the game and, theroforg a taattai S!* 0 ** Mr r K Walcoti. in Th*• slandard of football. rtQ,n *? hv U that he had been Blu k Fl "1 mustrrport thatihcdisciplm. "icmber of the Council of the K : vc ,? ,,, ary committee of the Council did tS? 1 fi on for "** ^ }* n &**• trvinc tc The J'Polpus'*. "Sea Hog*' o sh". three different nama „ R by fishermen who wen. had never wen t'iie PresU tr / tag t0 dcntlr y RJ ,call y remlndnrv r th .•.__ *a one of a pig when il was cut ary committee of th* Council \ V not meet as often as they uere '""' " v, * !" we i aummoned and M .Jfrnde.s w h p „ S,"^ , h *L n 2 C 5 tlnp ouen had been reported i, v referees .*t£} h; ", th "' ^idem of the open some times go. away, cot f..e. S ^ H r^' d £> *" 8 t" ve InUJitme.. liver, heart, rib. ThcRefe.ee..' AgiodaUo. dr. , ",','? t ME>? Fk-2r ^ "!* ton, ch ~ overything like n pig's this to m, attention and 1 in mm kvn „, H, AiaoStln?^ ?-i? ~ u "*' 1""' "' K heart was ment. It is hoped thai there will ., im,ntn onded. tough and the other .oft. be greater improvement to (nil Major A R. poster said that he Vho tail was like a shark's ond connection next season. WM Peed In a very embarrassing n carried two lovely tins mld"Efforts were made to arrrive i*'*">n, but in whatever position body The flesh was thirk and well nt some decision With regard to "' A s c"tiOTi fell hke placing lined with rat. Oil i launching an Insurance rlien,, in, ''"'' *"**•* '' lx President or blood came from inside. players but after a select romnn:?-*V* *"y' woul '< •" best in tho Known as "Ning Ning" i the skipin its not being further coiuldared ****: '"otball in the island P" ol the boat which made the "It U Important that even irthi. t* L ,., t:o P ,n n,d hat Mr. *atch. He said thai they had scheme is not Implemented that a. %  'i<>i had helped the QUR* bit of trouble in con.ome syem of .nuance be made Uo^and aSnTul'h"' ^ '"^ iST^f f 5? ^ 2*H! n thli season to ensure that nlaven .? -? %  "'""-"gh he now eon.)th boot. They used harpoon His Excrllcmv the Oovamor, He fell that if the, wen,„ who graciously extended his ( Uvi hl)) [hcv ^g ' palrona R e to the Association toil lag ,om f one who had done u lot year rvmcr-l the sOtOOSl interest for football in the open and bV and witnessed many of the H ainw. rind the scenes m well He is most e nlh usla M lc and the Mr. B. A. V. Williami so id that Association ,* .ipprecuitive of the in .'pile of nil that was s;ijd he inieres! nfl ... %  | n aU) believed that Mr. E K WBIfootball and nialtcri'pertalninn to OOU was more interested in foollootball. ball and the Association Uian many "Our President Mr EK Wnlir embers who were present thai coti m ill lor lomaHma but evening whenever he could he came out to Mator Foster wa* eventu.lly the games and I have benefited tlecte: Is an unostentatious help hut follow:— i. i-ii.i^ ii. j, warn tr^enior Vice President riesident). Mr s O'C. Git i our Junior VleeMr F L Waicott and Mr. 1( n-r— Voo.ll' f.Iiir.tor V;m Dr^U. nevertheless solid "Our Senior Major Foster and „ O'C CTtttens and Mr n H I. Ward ire three officials of whom nnv Association can he proud and their help h*l meant i-iueh i" plncine the A"> •he Wtid footing which it now stands". Before •)>'• Re* Mr. D. H I. Ward said that it (Was a .Tood one ned %  dusUl thai • fix-lunale -Inc* ih"v atartOd to !>!''' a* Kensington. Mr. D H L. Ward (Senior Vice Gittens, Moore (Junior V j Pn Ida • i Mr. O S Coimii (ib.imrarv Secratan I. Uld Mr. C. A. Smith (Assistant Secretary). Tri.ffi. No. Don'l 14 DO NOT DRIVE IN A SPIRIT or ooMPRrnon UITIi OT1UK ROAD DaVJU • Spier made available by CANADA DRV for Safer Molorina TOTTENHAM HOTSPURS DECLINE OFFER TO TQUR ARGENTINA LONDON, March 'J Tottenham HoUpur. Londor S.cer Club who are DWklng strong bid for the LaagUe Ch.nnpion>hip. have declined an offer 10 make a tour of the Argentine The club hU ottered £12.000 to play Mx matches In the Argot* tine after the clo*e of the pcaaanl English season In May. It |. underttood that exchange difficulties and the tlesire to icst their iftor a strenuous wuin are amin the reason* for Totlanharo'. decision. Arrangements are progressing smoothly for Ai aanal'i tooof BraHl, and it i eitpeeted that all the details will Wd within a few days. —Reuler. WJiat'soiiToda) Police i .,unin am. Mt.ic ; of the ll.Mi-in; Hoard at Ihe Counrll Chamber—10 30 a m. The Sixth Reaatta or the Royal Bathados Yachl Club will be %  .ii. .i in Car lisle Bay— 1 30 i m Thr Police Band will plav at the Marine Hotel Dance— H00 um CINEMAS M v M.u.f aw -an Abo.i !•*• s ru.* itillealaaa) %  T,„„„ UlaaS— 4t\ %  •< *.M B m. r f" 8 S. C Hind Velocity: 6 mile* per hour Barvmelcr IU ami 29 9i8 <3 P m ) gg.114 They'll Do it Every Time -^j ^yHatlo Pi/ A COMBINATION Of HYPNOSIS. HOT MILK, 8EDT1ME STORIES AND SLEEP MUSIC-/0U FlNALL/ LULL Lit EG6HEAD TO 0REAI.1LAMDCORK TABLE MATS Plain and with decorative designs including Tartan Borders with Scotch Terrier centr*. Suitable lor . any meal M apgclft] ttcension. A (iKAMl HAM F MUNIIAV NIGHT. Itt4 An I Aaaui C B gSMWItg KB SECOND ANNUAL MaimSWWJtBANCl AI 11MI11. HAUL IgfaUaUMMII raagAi MA ITM ran ">•'i MAD AMI: 1KIU. pirm THK 'STAS — %  ..I," I M. %  n ii. % %  B% "um periYilwKm ..i i % % %  id ....Jr. it,, i, %  I i... .... THANI BROS. LOW PRUts FOR WEf KS QN1 v AN N0L NCIN< OL R HARVEST *HOU MOVIMi 3&t A „ rU ami COXTIXtlAV nSWI A FEW LINES TO GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF THF. BARGAINS WE OFFER YOU I B3Hg? 4 OT KEATINGS KILLS md .null tii.T(n MtisSbsz %  ilialxl : ifif Uir .of m> in ..( i-iw j i I'rmurf, whl.l, %  • that murtm %  n 8 eor i.ir. n %  • II I.-IIft l-lllltl'.. 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SHALLOW au.l SOUP PLATES From :12c. u.) CURTAIN LACES From 42c. up Good Qualilv CREPE De CHINE All Shade. 36" wide Sl.Wa yd. BARETS 79c. each GENTLEMEN! HANDKERCHIEFS .... 21c.-:i2c—42c. Ladies STOCKINGS F'roni .>9r. up NYLONS $149 a pr. THERMOS FLASKS Sl.M ea. RED TICK jli v.ille Love Is Desiu-ns M.IK to SI.39 Gents! SPORT SHIRTS 87c. 98c. SI.21. Up to S.VIHI e... STRIPED DRILLS For Pants 58c. a vd. Bill F'loucr and Border SPUN Only 81.37 a yd. FLOWERED SILK 89c. a yd. EDGES. HANKIES. COMBS ANKLETS. POCKET HOOKS. COSTUME JEWELRY All Reduced Gems STRAW and FELT HATS From 99c. up GUINEA BIRD PUMPS All Siies 5L7.i a pr. PVJAMA SUITS" Silk or Cotton 10?. Oft Shopping FANCY 9.-.C. STRAW BAGS up Our Orienl.il Dept. Hag Great Many Keduriiom For Von J



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IfotJmea T*mii_i*^.'.'. a'.L ESTABLISHED 1895 KRinxY MARCH Reds Shipping Gold By CC/ZMA jj # Nations Forces Push Air Through Trinidad: ^4^ Redg Rack Gain Three INo Comment t rom LU!; *&&*% ,-., mT ^<, -, Miles North Of Seoul • ri^in Out Own Conr.ptxitfrnl 1 LONDON, March 28. A COLONIAL OFFICE "top secret"—concerning shipments of gold by air through Trinidad—leaked out,to-day. Peterborough in the Dally Teteirardi revealed that Whitehall and Trinidad officials "have been clu*>l> watching thr*e shipments. it i* wustpecle' OH linked with Communist actniUM in South America. One shipment, it M reported to Peterborough, consisted of $300,000 in American gold eagle. and others are said to havr in .ludrd large quantities of old type Maria Theresa dollars Tangier* In North Africa, %  lielievcd to he the source of the ci iisiKiirnenU. all of which have I Iliad nl Trinidad by recognised commercial routes with consignrnagg papers in proper order, making It impossible for offklab) in the West Indies to interfere The Colonial Office are under Mood to have lieen given full details of all bullion shipmentreaching Trinidad but :i spoke* man said this morning: "We have 00 i-mnment to make" BOAC said todav the* have made no shipments of gold through Trinidad during the past month 2 Brave Seas On Wooden Raft Travel 300 Mites CATANZARO. . saying that they escaped from a prison in Mlssolonght, western Greece where they were detained with about 300 other Commtfhisl pai Unni —Reuter Yacht Missing With 8 Girls Aboard MIAMI. FLORIDA. March 29. Two American coastguard cutters combed rough seas between Florida and Cuba today (or a yacht not heard from since Monday, with her owner and eigV. girls aboard. The owner was identified M f*e Hedennan of St. Petersburg. Florida, west conM resort, from which they were reported to have sailed for Havana on Saturday, although they were denietl entry' in the annual St. PetersburgHavana yacht IMC Officials said that the yacht lacked a "competent rrew." —Reu*** TSHEKEDI KHAHA. ox Regent of the B.uiiii|,wto tribe of Beclnianaland, arrives in London, where ho will have talks with the iruiu> tor of Commonwealth RelationTMiekedi want--, to be allowed to return to Bachnanaland. from where ho was exiled ••luce Uio tribal dispute over the marriage of his nephew. Seretno Kbaina and Londonborn Ruth William*. Ernsvi*. SHIP BREAKS PISTON KINGSTON. J'ca.. Match 2B The Norwegian freighter. 8*erlingvllle. bound for Chile, hroki ; %  piston 290 miles west of Jamaica on "Saturday uight and was towed this aftarooon by the salvage ship Rescue She will be repaired here — SEIZE ARMS DUMP ROME. March 29 Italian police announced toda they had seized yet another hidden arms dump, ten rifles three hundred hand grenades and quantity of ammunition. —Reuter New Defence Likely For The Americas Bv PAIL SCOTT KANKINK WASHINGTON, March 29. A now paltern of inter-American defence similar to the North Atlantic Treaty Orgartlaation may emerge from the American Foreign Minsters' Conference here. The United States has been joined by Brazil, Colombia. El Salvador. Paraguay and Uruguay in a resolution calling on other American" Republics to dlred their national military policies so that each will concentrate on the role to which it is best fitted in the overall pattern ol collective defence. Deputies Postpone 20! Ii Meeting PARIS. Marti The Bii; Four Foreign P\putie today poslpt'i. twentkrth %  eaaion for 24 hours u. %  .. tern Powart n to consider RllBtJa'l nr-w compro%  lea OB> The in i o" put foi i ward by Andrei Oromyln rapra senU a middle way between what the Bovtat delegation and W delegates i. % %  priority for discussion by the Forelgn Ministerla %  —Reuter. The proposal n from Argentina brought up yesterday : %  the Conference's listener Committee. The %  itelegate said his country'* f areaa wara "ivr tra % %  N* I of the territory of Argentina and tor nothing cite. The ImpUcaUon i ant Pai eminent would refuae to Bupply •.ingle soldier, ship or nirerafl to help waatatn hainisahara defence \ —R enter. INDIA REJECTS JOINT BRITISH-U.S. PROPOSAL For Kashmir Sfttirtion LAKE SUCCESS. March 29 India told the Security Council to-day she could not accept the arbitration proposal put forward by Britain and the United States as part ol a solution for the Kashmir question. Sir Benegal Itau. the Indian delegate said the arbitration proposal was a "violation" of th( resolution on Kashmir agreed tfl by India and Pakistan in August IMS, Sir licnegal said the recent army plot in Pakistan had added iin-atly to the difficult*' of withdrawing Indian forces from Kashmir. He added "in such cireum%  Uneea my Government cannot be expecled to leave in a third partv Btaaa the decision, as to how Kashmir should be protected against a recurrence of the horrors of October 1947 He said that hir Government had no obiection to i new United Nations representative voting India and Pakistan if the -v Council so desired —Renter NEWSPAPER BANNED BONK. March 29 The Allied High Commission to-day banned a Hn i munis* newspaper fo' tor publishing article Germans "to rsnift Aficit rneasDM date *c • at %  —Reater Quiet Nole On Stock Market :; Gonvfaied in 1st U.S. Atom Spv Trial LONDON. March 29, The I.. ,,td of Trad,, to-day refitted to commit Itself on report'' from Havana yesterday that Britain and Cuba had agreed on a Three rear Pact under which Britain would purchase Cuban sugar, trull .,, return for tariff concession* on automobiles industrial mnch chemicals Thp more among Commonwealth intcre giving to Cuba a guarantep.1 market at the expense of Imperial preferences. Saul a Board of Trad,official "I can only refer you to the *tate ntenl made previously hy Mr. Harold Wilson. President of the Boaro or Trade that we are having discussions but that .we are not on th point of Joining a trade agreement. AH I .an ;„td ,.. -h.i: wi mnnot discuss details while talks ue .till progressing". Bud IIIMM.-. Said s | ph.lipne Raffray oftlria' representative in tendon of the Mauritius Government "it will be i oistressing thiniIf Britain gives Cuba thi* guaranteed market for .MlO.000 Ions of suflar It will cer*.ni:l\ ue a big disappomtmani to colonial producers who were hoping lhat any additional British purenaiaa would ie dtraetad tt learn. It means that hi 1953. the nrtl year that the long term Com n ion1th Agreement i m will find our prOt retricted and Cuba alread 'Id with a guaranteed ti Said Mr. L H Plkc rneial for Queensland Chairman of the Statistical Comit tee of the International Sugar Council, agreement ha* not been %  ignad yet hui if it does aaoH i bout it's going to create a very bad impresslor in Empire producing countries and is going to upset Commonwealth and Internationa! Sugar AgreementsMr R. E V. Barton. West India Committee Secretary pointed OUl Hi.'! West Indian business taiaatl here were kecnirm .i ful watch on the Torquay proceedings. While it was impossible to tell what the outcome would be Bi the talks held in secret It be hoped there would be no con• iderable departure from the principle of Imperial preference* Outlaws Kill Four RIO M JANEIRO. Maul. 30 A whole Brazilian family n four peoples. Was slain bv Para gtu ft in outlaws who crossed the border Into the town ol Amambal in the western state -if Matto Grosso. according to unconlirmr repotls published here to-dav i ncwspatier. The palter said man rtatnad Zenon Arce Medin Ins wifa, and two daughters wc Nared In cold blood I four indii* who Invadad lha hoi^e durint: the night Alter flrtt kjlllng lladina ai his daughters the boudltg wl igad knives, cut several ibsM i ilesh from their bodies burning iicn-. m the kitchen oven in order U terrify Medina's wife .. her to tell where the family' money and valuables were kept. She was also killed shortly afterwards — Reuter ch 29 into tiona n the ket Agacd LONDON. March 29 Industrial Item M of the ma tor move rrents in the I^-ndon Stock Ex rhnnge today. Generally 0k market was qu.et as || > :he three-week f liroachee lUtfl Govcnimet:' h good buying of mnn |onp dated at around I 10 Shipbuilding .idencd on i" %  %  n Brown, ahl) and engineer'. Bdvafkeg •.hilling* on thai Irreguh.i | m by tins .fapanew* %  lower Widi Street adt Copper* %  • -Rrtitrr NEW YOnK,M Two men and a woman were bonvlctad 10-day for pausing wartlme atomic reorcts to Russia In l first atom spy trial. % %  Julius Rosenberg, 34 his wife Ethel 35: and radar expert Morton Soball Fedaral Court nlict after seven hours an;u ulcnl The papers de< erihed lha Lm Idenl ai new provocatr i b) warmongeri" and an on the Peoples' Police The> aid flrsrl thai the but dallbecMteiy ran down the pulicciiiun who a so severely injured thut he had to be rushed to the peopir*' Poll e ./ i .'.,' he American official said that hospital officials were •'quite tnlcen at AJ* •hen the Amerleaii* rnna Up thhospital anillceio,in him oetn ac brought to account and punished H filler Presa t'tm. here Auriol nsketl i Prance %  .-ind not tr.nii partial ganda" in hit veaeh Au > Inal 'in. a arllri a hn < nllona % %  alnst franee %  1 ind iiei ii lend ill Citing her of ti Tuo Will Make Atomic Energy THE HAOUB, Itareta 29 Holland and Norway have da aided jointly to build a iii.mum he.iv. watat ovan fm pntdlucine ntnraan anaigj lha I'ut'h new* paper De Telegraaf said to-day S.'ine radioactive producta will IM made but anergy produced |t| UM oven will lie 'negligible <|uuntl ly" and loo small for art) 101 pr.itiint physical experiment'. —Reuter Vioaroy Fltses Tibet KALIMPONG. India. March 2* Chinese Communists based In Sinkiang province have assumed control of western Tibet forcing Dalai Lamas, Viceroy, to flee to his winter capital at Gargunsa, It was reported here toReliable sources arriving from Yatung Dalai Lamas provisional capital Mnca he fled southward from Lhasa, said that U but one ef WesUm Tibet's Hgtrlet Oovarnon also have fiad Reports aaid Communists also were in control of northern Tibet and a large Communist force had reached N'jgchu Dzong north of Lhasa. Rrj-nK from Yatung .aid Dalai Lama the country's /oung ruler had named a new iunist Crime Mlnlater j.*ho would head a peace aaakliig mission to Peking —(CJ*.| 14 GAVE SKIN NEW YORK. March 2B A -nan. aged 43, whose b been ao severely burned in a boiler explosion that he loet 70 per cent, of his ikin. has been discharfad from hospital after 4.680 carsttnaatrei of skin, a nlft from 14 friends, had i-een grafted on him Rruter U.N. POSTAGE STAMP UKK (ftJCCaaraV Marek It .ted SUtes has agreed U United Nations latUing its owi postage stamp ;,n rr Teat KCW MEXICO. M-r.h 9W The C %  %  • %  ail rocket i,o the air above lha dl tattfda The rockel. |,,-t i„e.( n nOw %  axpertrm %  i %  %  %  %  out the uppet i %  Ihe aimc i Oflfceiah I the teal aaaaful, ma< open .i ram phaai ol nciMiKuiiii.il ;irni assattier control riun ooul ovirJa Informto Improvfl nd iana ning< n —Reuter *l.7(MI I or A Wife Hut She Suid No! LOB AMOBSS, M.i.h •.•<• M. '..Ii... pmil JI.'.UII f.,i Kirl Inhiul nrviT awn. 10 lU IVking Turns Down \la/s Peace Offer HONGKON<:. March 29. Peking Radio ti %  I r % % %  ting as "nnt lepu % %  • Qonai 'I Mai %  the Communist Commando m Koraa "" teuiamant ol tne aw It uili an nibi the dustlun ,ut liie same as all other stalemiiits he has marie", il said, adding thai Baton of Chli %  > \ arl ous" tinri china "muat be on live A by a spokesman of . | p World Paaea agalnsl Ann rlciin Agj lid: 'The princiiMi wai ertmlaial II the invasion of Knr.-. i> Qan•ral Mai A.' i . u> a chal'" %  ngina stataanenl to Chinese %  uluntcetgnd Mai ih K %  %  (1 March ^4 "MarArthiii 'i itatamanl unraaonably demanded lhat taiih dtd north Korean forces %  ubmlt Id the BggTasslve An>ericai nathod Of negotiation. At th< I Mat Afthui hiuffed lhat American and BrlUatl toreaa in n invadN China The I a rcpl. Pteuler. Envoys ComiiT^ 11> V\ etfl Indies %  i I'M'urn B •' %  ,, II %  i. nnlveraari f ig raundation Lha la %  • I ng out (MM. iRlcial anvoj i to the I Indict and Brit. lOUUl AfrlJI. India, Auitratl i inn %  HI I mi |i lha Lord Bishop .f l^ondon In st Uaiiln ni-tiie fields on April 10, %  %  > B in (n pork .„„) w .,r. ship at || U p on OJI.T., April m i fro Wh. i On to hn ha arrived -d>.lefusei nn. he lold a Superio i "oil 11 here I en he Pa Dall II, and I n latlaaa f..Bj iMtck and $r> marry an old %  Jim Demo* in-'ead. Realer HuirniiH Up: Mu> CatQM MoreTroublii BARCELONA, March 29 Higher cost foi %  ha" i ii Bd tmat) Irounaa in Ba torn hv cost •>! living imlIW wsks ..,'n Barcelona is otlv —Reulei 10.000 WORDS ON A 'CHERRY STONE' % %  %  n %  i A Oat-mag ei-alntnaai Kaufman, has 10,000-word htatOT) i( hi. aJtj Utinkchi in B booh the atzc of '> %  Id 1 smallIi 100 pages —Keulrr h*adquil.-i ncefrt in the aOrah, Arnartean marina pil : the advanaa bj atta c kt n g <.*•.tats running up to the commanding ridge from tho valley. Airmen claimed to have killed 01 wounded half of an estimated force of 200 Amarlcan tflAoa tn the ranee Changoti area, about Borin northaa al r the South Korean capital Here Communistwara reported n i> in ti ast and < cntrnl front* American palroll tneeting llr Communist opposition fur a farlnighl. fell hack undci niaitune gun tire after they had pushed to within atX miles of the 38th %  | north nf Puttgnam Light snowstiiims .ill .1..llOWed stiii further aaat South Korean tiuops were reported to have gained gin MM against negligible resistance. Reports did not pinpoint then position Hul Smith Koic.ui' : <-, baaa rap gaging Communist troopa in an I.n.iles ninth of the Parallel These earlier reports said they were operating in stiength on high sgoumj north Of Yimgyang The American fifth Airforce clulined to have deatiuved at least %  even tanks, rdx of then in a Mu'..,, allae* nd n n n wi 'l i r r* %  i Korean capital. Pilots said the. found ramrmflaggd under hao • gulllej llOOg the n i,(l \ i anth lank, Idani i T :t:i. was knot kod oul on Ninth Korean nipplj road a com im miie. north 'ii a a a u l In all. Ail, ei ii an air ft > riaft made 600 BOrtMa dWil light The Kighth Army claimed to havr mil uteri 1.700 caaut I irooj raatardi %  —Reuter. II The bra %  %  MiWest InTF.LL 111 ABVOCAT*: THK NEWS DIAL 31H l>AY OR KIOBR ^MM44W///^/ fWW ^//VlV'.W///^^ almost aasVifrr RUBBER FOR RUSSIA Kt'ALA l.i'Ml" i: \:... i The prderaHon ol ^ T %  .1.488 tote of lubber to I'usaia an %  i i :i • %  i Chi official Itrutrt Women Discuss Children ATHENS. March 21. Queen Frederlka of Greece Bl the opening of the • %  national In this %  The time has men to fulfil our mission %  %  h human ^art to observe it, to loan %  'ild. I to the 28 in children kidnapped fi arms and taken behind the iron curtain" Queen 1 "maybe these children" happy I -hall ret fcecome a symbol to atouse :h' rmant i.f um civilisation." Two hundred and fifty womon Queen Eii/aljelh ot Ihe United sent a r n o iia gi %  %  vill bnng homo romathlng infinitely prci | which will enrich yom I %  discuss. >f child No place could give praigTiancy t' tl %  chitdrrrcapod'. i t children can fit ihemsel-. %  —rt' AT ITS BEST IS K.W.V. K. W. V. SWEET VERMOUTH DRY VERMOUTH Wines haw excellent qui .• IIKJ I I ; I C

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T*mii_i*^.'.'. a'.L
ESTABLISHED 1895
KRinxY MARCH
Reds Shipping Gold By Cc/zma jj# Nations Forces Push
Air Through Trinidad: ^4^ Redg Rack. Gain Three
INo Comment t rom LU!; *&&*% ,-., mT ^<, -, ,
Miles North Of Seoul
ri^in Out Own Conr.ptxitfrnl 1
LONDON, March 28.
A COLONIAL OFFICE
"top secret"concerning ship-
ments of gold by air through
Trinidadleaked out,to-day.
Peterborough in the Dally Tete-
irardi revealed that Whitehall
and Trinidad officials "have been
clu*>l> watching thr*e shipments.
it i* wustpecle' OH
linked with Communist actniUM
in South America.
One shipment, it M reported
to Peterborough, consisted of
$300,000 in American gold eagle.
and others are said to havr in -
.ludrd large quantities of old type
Maria Theresa dollars
Tangier* In North Africa, -
lielievcd to he the source of the
ci iisiKiirnenU. all of which have
I Iliad nl Trinidad by recognised
commercial routes with consign-
rnagg papers in proper order,
making It impossible for offk- lab)
in the West Indies to interfere
The Colonial Office are under
Mood to have lieen given full
details of all bullion shipment-
reaching Trinidad but :i spoke*
man said this morning: "We have
00 i-mnment to make"
BOAC said todav the* have
made no shipments of gold through
Trinidad during the past month
2 Brave Seas On
Wooden Raft
Travel 300 Mites
CATANZARO.
. M.i
Italy
gfl
A Greek Comnun.M paurtjaan
and hit will huv. rl It
on a wooden, raft altar n perilous
300 miles crossing ..1 the Ionian
sea. according t Com.....""
newspaper Lnnlta to-day. It
quoted the emaciated refugees a>
saying that they escaped from a
prison in Mlssolonght, western
Greece where they were detained
with about 300 other Commtfhisl
pai Unni
Reuter
Yacht Missing With
8 Girls Aboard
MIAMI. FLORIDA. March 29.
Two American coastguard cut-
ters combed rough seas between
Florida and Cuba today (or a
yacht not heard from since Mon-
day, with her owner and eigV.
girls aboard.
The owner was identified M
f*e Hedennan of St. Petersburg.
Florida, west conM resort, from
which they were reported to have
sailed for Havana on Saturday,
although they were denietl entry'
in the annual St. Petersburg-
Havana yacht IMC
Officials said that the yacht
lacked a "competent rrew."
Reu***
TSHEKEDI KHAHA. ox Regent of the B.uiiii|,wto tribe of Beclni-
analand, arrives in London, where ho will have talks with the iruiu>
tor of Commonwealth Relation- TMiekedi want--, to be allowed to
return to Bachnanaland. from where ho was exiled luce Uio tribal
dispute over the marriage of his nephew. Seretno Kbaina and London-
born Ruth William*. Ernsvi*.
SHIP BREAKS PISTON
KINGSTON. J'ca.. Match 2B
The Norwegian freighter. 8*er-
lingvllle. bound for Chile, hroki
; piston 290 miles west of Jamaica
on "Saturday uight and was towed
this aftarooon by the salvage ship
Rescue She will be repaired
here
SEIZE ARMS DUMP
ROME. March 29
Italian police announced toda
they had seized yet another hid-
den arms dump, ten rifles three
hundred hand grenades and
quantity of ammunition.
Reuter
New Defence Likely
For The Americas
Bv PAIL SCOTT KANKINK
WASHINGTON, March 29.
A now paltern of inter-American defence similar to the
North Atlantic Treaty Orgartlaation may emerge from
the American Foreign Minsters' Conference here. The
United States has been joined by Brazil, Colombia. El Sal-
vador. Paraguay and Uruguay in a resolution calling on
other American" Republics to dlred their national military
policies so that each will concentrate on the role to which
it is best fitted in the overall pattern ol collective defence.
Deputies Postpone
20! Ii Meeting
paris. Marti
The Bii; Four Foreign
P\putie today poslpt'i.
twentkrth eaaion for 24 hours u.
.. tern Powart n
to consider RllBtJa'l nr-w compro-
lea ob>
The in i o" put foi i
ward by Andrei Oromyln rapra
senU a middle way between what
the Bovtat delegation and W
delegates i.
priority for discussion by the For-
elgn Minister- la
Reuter.
The proposal n
from Argentina
brought up yesterday :! the Con-
ference's listener Committee. The
itelegate said his coun-
try'* fareaa wara "ivr tra N* I
of the territory of Argentina and
tor nothing cite. The ImpUcaUon
i ant Pai
eminent would refuae to Bupply
.ingle soldier, ship or nirerafl to
help waatatn hainisahara defence
\
R enter.
INDIA REJECTS JOINT
BRITISH-U.S. PROPOSAL
For Kashmir Sfttirtion
LAKE SUCCESS. March 29
India told the Security Council to-day she could not
accept the arbitration proposal put forward by Britain and
the United States as part ol a solution for the Kashmir
question.
Sir Benegal Itau. the Indian
delegate said the arbitration pro-
posal was a "violation" of th(
resolution on Kashmir agreed tfl
by India and Pakistan in August
IMS,
Sir licnegal said the recent
army plot in Pakistan had added
iin-atly to the difficult*' of with-
drawing Indian forces from Kash-
mir.
He added "in such cireum-
Uneea my Government cannot be
expecled to leave in a third partv
Btaaa the decision, as to
how Kashmir should be protected
against a recurrence of the horrors
of October 1947 He said that hir
Government had no obiection to i
new United Nations representative
voting India and Pakistan if the
-v Council so desired
Renter
NEWSPAPER BANNED
BONK. March 29
The Allied High Commission
to-day banned a Hn i
munis* newspaper fo'
tor publishing article
Germans "to rsnift Aficit rneas-
Dm date *c at '
Reater
Quiet Nole On
Stock Market
:; Gonvfaied in 1st
U.S. Atom Spv Trial
LONDON. March 29,
The I.. ,,td of Trad,, to-day re-
fitted to commit Itself on report''
from Havana yesterday that Brit-
ain and Cuba had agreed on a
Three rear Pact under which
Britain would purchase Cuban
sugar, trull .,, return
for tariff concession* on auto-
mobiles industrial mnch
chemicals Thp more
among Commonwealth intcre here are incline,l to believe lhat
while i three year contract for
oo.ooo ten- of sugar rtfy and
in outlet for quontktien of fruil
and tobacco Is what Cuba is seek-
ing it la not necessarily what the
vill get.
At tne same time there is
general rnndtliiiiallaa of any
agreement which might preju-
dice Commonwealth IntateaU
b> giving to Cuba a guarantep.1
market at the expense of Im-
perial preferences.
Saul a Board of Trad,- official
"I can only refer you to the *tate
ntenl made previously hy Mr. Har-
old Wilson. President of the Boaro
or Trade that we are having dis-
cussions but that .we are not on
th point of Joining a trade agree-
ment. AH I .an ;td ,.. -h.i: wi
mnnot discuss details while talks
ue .till progressing".
Bud iiimm.-.
Said s | ph.lipne Raffray oftlria'
representative in tendon of the
Mauritius Government "it will be
i oistressing thini- If Britain gives
Cuba thi* guaranteed market for
.MlO.000 Ions of suflar It will cer-
*.ni:l\ ue a big disappomtmani
to colonial producers who were
hoping lhat any additional British
purenaiaa would ie dtraetad tt
learn.
It means that hi 1953. the nrtl
year that the long term Com n ion-
1th Agreement
i m will find our prOt
retricted and Cuba alread
'Id with a guaranteed ti
Said Mr. L H Plkc
rneial for Queensland
Chairman of the Statistical Com-
it tee of the International Sugar
Council, agreement ha* not been
ignad yet hui if it does aaoH
i bout it's going to create a very
bad impresslor in Empire produc-
ing countries and is going to upset
Commonwealth and Internationa!
Sugar Agreements-
Mr R. E V. Barton. West
India Committee Secretary pointed
OUl Hi.'! West Indian business
taiaatl here were kecnirm .i
ful watch on the Torquay pro-
ceedings.
While it was impossible to tell
what the outcome would be Bi
the talks held in secret It
be hoped there would be no con-
iderable departure from the
principle of Imperial preference*
Outlaws Kill Four
RIO M JANEIRO. Maul. 30
A whole Brazilian family n
four peoples. Was slain bv Para
gtu ft in outlaws who crossed the
border Into the town ol Amambal
in the western state -if Matto
Grosso. according to unconlirmr
repotls published here to-dav i
ncwspatier. The palter said
man rtatnad Zenon Arce Medin
Ins wifa, and two daughters wc
Nared In cold blood I
four indii* who Invadad lha
hoi^e durint: the night
Alter flrtt kjlllng lladina ai
his daughters the boudltg wl
igad knives, cut several ibsM i
ilesh from their bodies burning
iicn-. m the kitchen oven in order
U terrify Medina's wife ..
her to tell where the family'
money and valuables were kept.
She was also killed shortly
afterwards
Reuter
ch 29
into
tiona
n the
ket
Agacd
LONDON. March 29
Industrial Item
M of the ma tor move
rrents in the I^-ndon Stock Ex
rhnnge today. Generally 0k
market was qu.et as || >
:he three-week f
liroachee
lUtfl Govcnimet:'
h good buying of
mnn |onp dated
at around
I
10 Shipbuilding
.idencd on i"

n Brown, ahl)
and engineer'. Bdvafkeg
.hilling* on thai
Irreguh.i | m by tins
.fapanew*

lower Widi Street adt
-
Copper*
-Rrtitrr
NEW YOnK,M
Two men and a woman were
bonvlctad 10-day for pausing war-
tlme atomic reorcts to Russia In
l first atom spy trial.
' Julius Rosenberg, 34
his wife Ethel 35: and radar ex-
pert Morton Soball Fedaral Court
nlict after
seven hours an ubaaauoa.
:nf first atomic spy case
to go to a jury in the United
-
Rosenberg was des.i.i,
electrical cngiticcr. All defend'
grits wan liable to the death pen-
-
for itReuter.
STRANGF. PLANE
CHASED OVZX INDIA
\KU DEI.I". March 29
i
chased ai entitled "trcraf

U le" a white v.ipour trail
hanKing for ovei 30 n inutas. Ai

i;p at the lime wen
instructed to follow the intruder.
So far It had not
Renter
France resents
accusations
AURIOL TELLS U.S. PRESS
WASHINGTON. Matr'n gfl
I'HKSinKNT VINCKNT AURIOL o'Franc-In-day toM
President Truman that the French people Pie dttertnlned
"to defend themselves against foreign aggreaalon". He
also pledired lhat Prance will nive nil nut uppori 10 il"
North Atlantic Treaty Ornpnisation.
Auriol and Truman had a conference in tli' Cabinet
Room of the White House Auriol apoke In Frenca and
Truman in English with nterptvteis IreMlatlngj thrii
remarks The conference bated an hour.
Eai iiei p catdenl Auriol said
111. I-1 ,i ii i
? hat -he was "without
ind witrwui iha will i. defend
ici-icif against agaraaali
lo lha NaUona
TOKYO, March 29.
J^RITISH AND AMERICAN troops in a new
UnilaM Nations' offensive Kined ;i quick
three miles north of Seoul today, and forced bad:
Chinese troops newly rushed 10 the V\tOS area.
Front line reports said a determined Allied
push carried the Allied line north of Uijongbu to
within live miles of the 38th Parallel, divulm
North and South Korea.
. 'uptimes of Uio 26'!i Ch
Division. frih!y brouth! .1110
find lo VMlhdrnw to tho
oVeg4 Prolesl
illetl Atiion
HKItLIN. M.irch 29.
and British
rksftiricr' u' Berlin today slrongh
pmte ted th Sovkei authorities
agao thi outraeaoui act" on
W %e?terday where
Eat Btrlln Peon i Po i
" Amarlcan Arm) bvaai
touriata Includli
Hi i Miid children Nobodj
was nt in tin- inetdenl on Hcr-
An Arnerlcan ofnclai and a We.t
Berii Police official denied the
i ,i
the >;u ulcnl The papers de<
erihed lha Lm Idenl ai new pro-
vocatr i b) warmongeri" and an
on the Peoples' Police "
The> aid flrsrl thai the but da-
llbecMteiy ran down the pulicciiiun
who a so severely injured thut
he had to be rushed to the peopir*'
Poll e ./ i .'.,'
' he American official said that
hospital officials were 'quite tnlcen
at AJ* hen the Amerleaii* rnna
Up th- hospital an new patitit
No p>illceio,in him oetn a ardaj, the rKarptUl otrMala
said
Major General O, K Bmirue.
British Conimander in Berlin sent
in .-i noie which ended
with the worda, I ! 'nnnd that
the culprit. !>c brought to account
and punished "
H filler
Presa t'tm. here Auriol nsketl
i Prance

.-ind not tr.nii partial
ganda"
in hit veaeh Au > '
Inal 'in. a arllri a hn <
nllona alnst franee

1
ind iiei ii lend ill
Citing her

of ti

Tuo Will Make
Atomic Energy
THE HAOUB, Itareta 29
Holland and Norway have da
aided jointly to build a iii.mum
he.iv. watat ovan fm pntdlucine
ntnraan anaigj lha I'ut'h new*
paper De Telegraaf said to-day
S.'ine radioactive producta will Im
made but anergy produced |t| Um
oven will lie 'negligible <|uuntl
ly" and loo small for art) 101
pr.itiint physical experiment'.
Reuter
Vioaroy Fltses Tibet
KALIMPONG. India. March 2*
Chinese Communists based In
Sinkiang province have assumed
control of western Tibet
forcing Dalai Lamas, Viceroy, to
flee to his winter capital at Gar-
gunsa, It was reported here to-
Reliable sources arriving
from Yatung Dalai Lamas
provisional capital Mnca he fled
southward from Lhasa, said that
U but one ef WesUm Tibet's
Hgtrlet Oovarnon also have fiad
Reports aaid Communists also
were in control of northern Tibet
and a large Communist force had
reached N'jgchu Dzong north of
Lhasa.
Rrj-nK from Yatung
.aid Dalai Lama the country's
/oung ruler had named a new
iunist Crime Mlnlater
j.*ho would head a peace aaakliig
mission to Peking (CJ*.|
14 GAVE SKIN
NEW YORK. March 2B
A -nan. aged 43, whose b
been ao severely burned in a boil-
er explosion that he loet 70 per
cent, of his ikin. has been dis-
charfad from hospital after 4.680
carsttnaatrei of skin, a nlft from 14
friends, had i-een grafted on him
Rruter
U.N. POSTAGE STAMP
UKK (ftJCCaaraV Marek It
.ted SUtes has agreed U
United Nations latUing its owi
postage stamp ; its own post office here
Renlrr
POCKET CARTOON
by OWl.RT LANCASTER
hrr dclcr.cf f Indo
i Europe
1
de-voted much of h's at
oxplalnini *hc i
. .
. R unVcted then-
Renter
U.S. Start V*
\tmos|>,n rr Teat
KCW MEXICO. M-r.h 9W
The C
ail rocket i,o
the air above lha dl
. tattfda
The rockel. |,,-t ie.( ,n nOw

axpertrm
i out the uppet i
Ihe aimc i
Oflfceiah I the teal
aaaaful, ma< open .i ram phaai ol
nciMiKuiiii.il ;irni assattier control
riun ooul ovirJa Inform-
to Improvfl
nd iana ning<
n
Reuter
*l.7(MI I or A Wife
Hut She Suid No!
LOB AMOBSS, M.i.h .<
M. '..Ii... pmil JI.'.UII f.,i
Kirl In- hiul nrviT awn. 10 lU
IVking Turns
Down \la/s
Peace Offer
HONGKon<:. March 29.
Peking Radio ti
I r ting as "nnt
lepu Qonai 'I Mai -
the Com-
munist Commando m Koraa ""
teuiamant ol tne aw
It uili an nibi the dustlun ,ut
liie same as all other stalemiiits
he has marie", il said, adding thai
. Baton of Chli > \ arl
ous" tinri china "muat be on live
A by a spokesman of
. | p
World Paaea
agalnsl Ann rlciin Agj
lid: 'The princiiMi wai ertmlaial
ii the invasion of Knr.-. i> Qan-
ral Mai A.' i u> a chal-
'"ngina stataanenl to Chinese
uluntcet- gnd Mai ih K.....
(1 March ^4
"MarArthiii 'i itatamanl unraa-
onably demanded lhat taiih
dtd north Korean forces
ubmlt Id the BggTasslve An>ericai
nathod Of negotiation. At th<
I Mat Afthui hiuffed lhat
American and BrlUatl toreaa in
n invadN China The
I a rcpl.
Pteuler.
Envoys ComiiT^ 11>
V\ etfl Indies
i I'M'urn b'
,, ii
i. nnlveraari
"f ig raundation Lha la I
ng out (mm.
iRlcial anvoj i to the I -
' Indict and Brit.
lOUUl Afrl-
ji. India, Auitratl i
inn
HI I.......mi |i
lha Lord Bishop .f l^ondon In st
Uaiiln ni-tiie fields on April 10,

'> B in (n pork .) w.,r.
ship at || U p on OJI.T., April
m i
fro
Wh. i
On
to
hn
ha arrived -d>.- lefusei
nn. he lold a Superio
i "oil 11 here I en he
Pa Dall II, and I n latlaaa f..-
Bj iMtck and $r> s-
refused Mend
raa who Is 52. said that when h
aat .nipn! '.
I id.i want '.i> marry an old

Jim Demo* in-'ead. Realer
HuirniiH Up: Mu>
CatQM MoreTroublii
BARCELONA, March 29
Higher cost foi ha" i
ii Bd t- mat) Irounaa in Ba
torn hv cost >! living iml- IW
wsks ..,'n
Barcelona is otlv
Reulei
10.000 WORDS ON
A 'CHERRY STONE'
. n . i
A Oat-mag ei-alntnaai
Kaufman, has .
10,000-word htatOT) i( hi. aJtj
Utinkchi in b booh the atzc of '>

Id1 small-
Ii
100 pages
Keulrr
h*adquil.-i .
ncefrt in the
aOrah,
Arnartean marina pil :
the advanaa bj attacktng <.*.-
tats running up to the com-
manding ridge from tho valley.
Airmen claimed to have killed 01
wounded half of an estimated
force of 200
Amarlcan
tflAoa tn the
ranee
Changoti area, about
Borin northaaal r the South
Korean capital Here Commun-
ist- wara reported
n i>
in ti.....ast and < cntrnl front*
American palroll tneeting llr
Communist opposition fur a farl-
nighl. fell hack undci niaitune
gun tire after they had pushed to
within atX miles of the 38th
| north nf Puttgnam
Light snowstiiims .ill .1..- llOWed
stiii further aaat South
Korean tiuops were reported to
have gained gin MM
against negligible resistance.
Reports did not pinpoint then
position Hul Smith Koic.ui'
: <-, baaa rap
gaging Communist troopa in an
I.- n.iles ninth of the
Parallel These earlier reports
said they were operating in
stiength on high sgoumj north
Of Yimgyang
The American fifth Airforce
clulined to have deatiuved at least
even tanks, rdx of then in a Mu-
'..,, allae* nd nnnwi'lir. r*
i '
Korean capital.
Pilots said the. found
ramrmflaggd under hao gulllej
llOOg the n i,(l
\ i anth lank, Idani i
T :t:i. was knot kod oul on
Ninth Korean nipplj road a com
im miie. north 'ii aaaul
In all. Ail, ei ii an air ft >
riaft made 600 BOrtMa dWil
light
The Kighth Army claimed to
havr mil uteri 1.700 caaut
I irooj raatardi

Reuter.
II
The bra

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The prderaHon ol ^T
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official
Itrutrt
Women Discuss Children
ATHENS. March 21.
Queen Frederlka of Greece
Bl the opening of the
national
In this

The time has
men to fulfil our
mission "

h human
^art to observe it, to loan
'ild.
I to the 28 in
children kidnapped fi
arms and taken behind the iron
curtain" Queen 1
"maybe these children" happy
I -hall ret
fcecome a symbol to atouse :h'
rmant
i.f um
civilisation."
Two hundred and fifty womon
Queen Eii/aljelh ot Ihe United
sent a rnoiiagi

vill bnng homo
romathlng infinitely prci |
which will enrich yom I

discuss. >f child
No place could give
praigTiancy t' tl

chitdrr-
rcapod'. i
t
children can fit ihemsel-.
rt'
AT ITS
BEST IS
K.W.V.
K. W. V.
SWEET VERMOUTH
DRY VERMOUTH
Wines haw excellent qui
. IIKJ I I ; I
C made from pure whfl flth Uw
addition of exlractg \ '
herbs.
K. W. V.
WEMMERSHOEK
A Swmi
wived
Table WiiM
.lighily chillwl-
lo be
hum run r/.yi/i/m: I'xkiii-
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II USIIAilOS AIiVOCATE
II1IIIW. MUttil
M, IK1
Cahib Raiting
SIR ALLAN COLLYMQI
lljrbados led on
v II W IA.
I rtu- West
. i
.Arriving To-morrow
J> .: by the
'

all Nootl aOd th<*tr
Wter U. S
9 K Bar-
Ml A C.
i. K. W. Boo*-Watson,
Mr. J. A. Ilaiyh.
.1 m.i,. Mr
0 M H
Ccl f M I
Kn^Kso. Mini M R
Knight. Miss E M Skinnrr, Mr*.
F M s innat at* HIM D d> L
It-transit
Ol II I IIIMMIIX
M1:
Hors Ihrotiuh Barbadri'
Made In Barbados
ROBERT FERHEK. M
ger of l'nlv*rl i
H- afllvad from Tr -
\v
h> B W I A Thi* i
i Ha ti-ik vtf
the managership nf lha
Ktober.
Main purpoaa of bli visit l$ in
with the forthcii.niiiK
release of the film. "Cnrlatopbcr
Coluiiilius". Some parU of Ihla
nan tvera mada In Barbados He
..' at the Hotr-i Rov.il
B.W.I.A. Hoateai
MISS V. I-ERIE KNOWI.ES.
B W I A. Hostess who ar-
rived here on Wednesday return-
e ODon b) B W I A Valeriu tell*
h,.i 'he plans to leave Trin
Bonsewlvc
Guide
arkta in th. IocjI markM fr
Tomato'* and ("abbas."
hfn Ihf Advo. le '
rhrrked yesterday were:
Tcmaioe* : 3a at* per lb
l ..Mi. : '. l |ft Ih
JAXKTTA IHtESS SIHII'
I i>.lali. over NKVVSAM'I. Lower Broad Street
III U TIEIL AFTERNOON. COCKTAIL
and EVENING GOWNS
llpeu -VIUIIAV MURMMi until II 30. Tol I
1*1.AZA ThrlrrBridgcton (DIAL 2310,
kim w < 30 p m and < -
> P "
"TREASURE ISLAND"
B.B.C Radio
Programme
..IS p.m It as m
lad shortly
,md Europe
lit to England c
No, not
fl Off to St. Vincent
rVf K J. MRS ROBERT Fl.EM-
1NG of Tonolo who at
her.- on February 28th. left
rday on a visit to Bt Vln
:. f B W I A who The "ftuiMlay Advocate" want* |LcCnl via St Lucia by B.W I A
, transferred to St Lucia know wkat your child c dolor 8end.%They were staying at the Marine
two woaka gad Mis* Lilian "* T' favourite photograph ljM'rtel Mr Fleming in a Civ 1
print and negatlva and writ* onV'tn-ini'-i In Toronto
the bark of the print, your naow. Accompanying them on their
and addraa*. the child'* name andffvisil U> Si VI
asr and a short description of whalWjnrt Mr* W M Miller nf Tor-
he I' dotng [a-into Mr Hiller is a ret red
_ ..,.., 'utisitiessman of Toronto
For each picture piibu>hed in the i ,-, . v rt-ytai ih<'
'Sunday AdvocaU'' S3 60 Will be J.. ..... i.uli-1 ""
paid Picture* should be addresaadl r* .?t ..
COL \N1 aOtS. Robert Falke- to the Art Editor, Advocate Co Ltd! 5-Day Vint
.i had been holiday- City, and ihoiild reach him not ltrf*R CLARENCE SKINNER.
ing here for Oh td I than Wednesday every week *V** s"1'1 "l Shctt Telrol In
Trinidad en ioute to St. Lucia yes- age ii W I A MR Mr ting everything In his month.
Th* "8
Peter wh i v. a- r*li n ing lo St.
"... m Ihs' httlida;
in Trinidad.
I
Una I onvaaU here
Ei. Aoute to Florida
r
Ml ,
~Ytt m m Tak It Frntn Hetr. 100 am.
Tr.e Nw, tllim New> Ai.l>l. T 19
.m riom The Edltonala, 1.35 a m
Proaramme Paiad*. 130 am Qeors*
Bernard Shaw, a 00 am Lutrneea*
m How Tl- Writer Dcwa
II. too a in The News. Illia Itonse
New* rrom Brllalii Bit a in Ckne
r>.wn II I) hi Pmsrtmw' Parade
11.30 a m i.i.in-M Cho'-.
VV..rl.l AHjik llMnwiiThr N- I1W
n>. Newi Analy>l>. II IS t> m CUW
lit gjt sa. >'' m
4-ia p *n BBC Briii>h Qrgaartra, *<
p... Compm.p of the Week, Via p m
Lel'i Make MuUc. II OS p in Merrhanl
Nav New-lelter
.', Ilia.- Ul >.. 31 U sa .
half months glaring with their
daughter Mrs John M-n
left yettcrdny morning by
B.w.i A for Puerto Meo from
there the] : I Haiti and
in; to Flor-
i From Trinidad
I.A.I.. Engineer
m1;
tftallation at Spring Ganlen, Black
Wadaa las
l W I A. after
Trinidad
ERIC IIUGCONS. Inter- '
ii Acradiu Lid. Enmti-
ear who arrive.1 from Trinidad on
Wednesday iifternoon lafl
(I Lucig by I! W 1 A
After 20 Year*
"1 Rock, returned
L on by 11 '
(five day visit to 1
4
e Parade. 100 p n. Th-
AOIATH 'HB CINEMA n*.rOnly)
C-ARV OltAKT.
Ml UCDtMOa
I II M HI. Il'l" goni"
HoarrM^ . n ibdai
INGRID 1 !
ro.nw 10 urni.i > / siions
2.50,4.45 & 8 30 and Conlinuing Daily 4.45 c 8.30 p.m.
a grant ACTION ?idrt ALIVE with euitement]
:. II aa a. iiat sa..
ts aa
1.41 p m 1
fi.m Itaan Newrerl. a 15 p m KnalUh
aiaaaiine. I p m. I'mipmcr ul the
Week. 00 i
LeU'a Mai:. n,.< NaWS
10 lO pm. Protr. ih. Ediwrlali. hi .1 r "
Mair.aae and Hi.- Pamilv *.vwl Ru>-
-la. 10 pm. MrhHlv On SHIM.. 10.1.
Hln| Up The

^.Watt
Disncu'?
Junior Short Story Competition
A|l! MiWIN liAtOSTA. Trim- After 20 Year* The Evening Advocate invites all children under 12 lo aqtai foi
-!* oM at. i" on ils junjor Short Slory Competition. The best story will b.- publlshetl
B.W.I A | morning flight from man DENNIS BOURNE returned every Monday n The Evenhar Advocate, and DM aril r will receive
h i Hera on .. four-day vim iVI tt( the U S. yeatcrday after A prize to the value of 7/fl in either books or itaUooary, The Moncr
1 UM \ lUatt Oar- lwo wei.|' holiday in Barbados can be on any subject under the sun but should not be mere than 30f
Arriving on Blvinr; with relatives This was words In length, and must reach The Children's Editor. The .Advocate
Bourne's first visit to his Ca. LW., City not later than Wednesda- everv week.
irhicn he left
B Mr Cliarles _^
ItacKetula, ftlr rrank Martin, n'omeVand
Mr. Matlhew QardaiWI ,nty vcars ago. He left by
Ruby .1 is w -| A ,or i^etlo Rico and
bstra for a little over thu-e weeka ,,,,, tl>,.(,. i. ,il braval P A.A.
staying at San la Net;.". Hockley ,[lv w Yoi k
The Cove
Mi; AND MRS KUOH GAGE
| Huph .Inr were
among the pastengars lasting. Eat
i -ti-rday by B W.I.A.
an route to lha u 8 fell
Mr. G.ine i- the ownci ol the Monday
i ml In New York.
Eaiter Fall
Mnr
.IV
Cleveland Lawyer
M":
id Mr
Will
ERNIE PROCTOR wrote
line fiom Trinidad
that Frank (>':.,.: M
,..,. I lei
..!. n leadlni on H -
r at the Union I'ark i
their home hi iii Bronxville St;iv-
i paradata Beach Club, '> cut hb anKk and noae. Emir
thryinv nee Febro- Uwl Frtnii plan- t> <'-me
ry 9th. This wa, theh fourth orer to Barbado. n two or th.ee
vfatttoBarba**. w*kN "' "'
Other paaaenajBTI leaving yes-
terda] f"i Puerto Rico wari Mr
and alra, Mathar Whltahiaa who
had be* a staying nt the 001007
ciuh and Mr. and Mn Jack C -
.H i,.. seaeaj .-m\m of sVw HaMrtsw
Mnyfair Bridge Ball
Till". M A V F A I II I rVDIES'
BRIDGE CLUB ill hold
thehT Annual DafKC at the lliill
. Si 1. .. t'it. Marc!,
.11
The Prtaident. Mr H A T.il-
the Coanmitb. Ml
.',, U Qittena, Mrs. l.\
0 Cumunn> and
Wli-Hi i>n are going nil
itr the function n gUC-
" "-
This Cluivis now eight years old
: .* meet once every
MsA/aa "i Cleveland, Ohio.
U-ft on Wodnei daj afternoon tor
Trinidad on route Ui mi u s
. .
I Oth staylni .it the Colony Club.
si Jamaa Mi Mi Kti
lawyar
Interviewing Candidates
D'
CROSSWORD
MM, lit!
one who pnowa off. ttl)
c -pray *31
he gun-iocs. (f
'.iied i4|
v> cnange (our solce lu
1 ana bars aaatn, Hi
r peraon Ui rent He* ig>
II la ui) country ill
linun
ibieaome oarson I loaned

ir
mi
1*1
j mat meet la iircasn-
larnl '* 7. Ooiour. ii
HI

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plant iS-
.1 ma> Or fUtrm 1*1
. aatJ f.
ERIC K CRUICKSHANK,
riofiajgOl of Medicine at Iho
iUnlnntty CoHogo ol the w:
'.ndies in Ji.inaicii and Mr Philip
dock, Vic- Principal of
the Collaga who bad bean In
hh
raaterda) morning foi B
by ii w i a They wan itaylng
at the Royal Hntal
Tim are louring the w.l. in-
tervtawlna foi entry
into Ihe UnivOl I I
Mr Aubrey Dougb
it.-Li.-nt Tutot ol lha Unlvan t
Barbados was at Sc.iwell I ,
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FRIDAY. MARCH M. H5I
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE TIIRIP
CITY CLINIC WILL GET
DENTAL FACILITIES
New Textbooks Scheme Wanted
Going For Coune LABOURER, CARPENTER Powders Of B.C
In Civil Aviation QUJ^Y OF LARCE\ Ca"l *****
Praised
SlOle Cloth, Suit-t'IUk's, V> allVt Georgetown b <; Maa
Praise lor thc men who
The Assistant Manager am1
Control Oancsr of Seawell Airport,
Mr. J L. ParriS, leaving Barba-
dos io.iy fee Trinidad to lake a
THE VESTRY OF ST MICHAEL at their meeting A^c^De'panSit'th^rl* ^^
yesterday agreed to a motion by Mr. A. S. Bryden urging The course w*i eoeer Air N\ -
them to give consideration to arranging for dental facili- fj'i0'1 i-^ad*****.^^ _"**.
ties 10 be made available to the poor of ft*, parish at the JJgralan ThTcour?wmbTfor
Clinic in the Parochial Buildings. two and a hair months
------------------------------------------- Mr. Weatherhead seconded the Mr. Parrn who wu seconded
. motion and *aid that it was sur- froai the Audit Department to
f .tili fell WtirtiPfl pril nK to see the amount of chlU Seawell had served in the Cai *-
lren between the ages of 12 and bean Regiment from IfM to IM5
\ unit! it li>t{ l4 wno visited the CUnii- on Sat- On his return to Barbados he
/Y"/i/im ri urday mornings acted as adjutant and staff officer
- Drue. Weatherhead. the Mr Mo(ney invited members &*?* ^f**"-
Parri* nee*, the special twining ^!ftl?' k-JMI and lare amount
which he will now undergo.
pre-
SENTENCE WAS POSTPONED by His Honour the ''rwaya jay* atti ag-mst ateggar-
Ajunj Chtaf JusUce. Mr. G. L. Taylor, on Rudolph gpiil Sb ^SSr?-
Chandler, an IB-year-old labourer of New Orleans. 9*. frnm two Color ..i i in., officials
Michael, and Kenneth Hurdle, a 20-year-old carptnUf <( s E v Luka c M c; and H
Fitz Gap. St. Michael, when they were both (.mini guilty ,v
of .be larceny of a quantity of article, fr ..limf r^:;'
COMES CLf-AN
"Themico
^g> HOUSEHOLD CLEANSER
METAL POIISH W*X POUSH
the
outgoing Churchwarden, in pro- to visit the Clinic and see the
posing Mr. F. McD S>mmonds as number o! rhlldren in attendance
in< Churchwarden for the ensuing on Saturdav mornings. No doubt
year at the meeting of the St. ^ SMlli that extra work would
\ertry yesterday, said ^ entailed and eonetderation
WU an able man with - should be given to the Dental
organisation and he be- Suriteori anil MecliffB| officer,
thai *li< ..il.iirs of the par- "
ish would i*> in excellent hands. The Vestry also dealt with a
Mr. Symmonds was a very busy motion by Mr. Symmunds to have
.,,. grid in fell .!- thai ..- long the '> Mai Hci ga tmtadM M B.M.O.1
he Had undertaken that job. he t permit ihe purchase and main- H.M C S
tennnre of .. library of sehool Barbados from
caaes. one leather wallet, one
Canadian Naval
Ships Coming
house of Mahomed Kola situated in PnaaaffQ Ruad
November 5 at the Court of Grand Sessions vesterdav.
Mr W. W. Recce, K C prose- t>J. .
cuted for the Crown The cut ltir value which had con-
articles stolen were valued ,t u"n*d oloth and mon*3' H*
$10298 and included three suit E^Y?1 v,m.''.of lhp money from
Chnndh-r ..nd Hurdle.
Whih- Hurdle wag banding
the valiati ins Indlai
As three of the main witnesses
were Indians, an Indian inter-
preter w*i called in to translate
into English whnt the threv
witnessesMahomed K la Ml
homed Dockert nnd Solomon
Kasxiglwere saying.
In
term of office as Churchwarde:
was a very pleasant one due to
the relationship with those two
officers
Firs*
18th April. 1931
H.M C.8 "
First Witness
p first of QfcfM witness**
I was Mahomed Dockert wht
that he
-port. Mr Weatherhead ^i** to be used by the hold,
said that he liad spoken of the ex- of Vc,lry Exhlhrtipn, at Fl
(client work done by Mr. Sym- and ^meonri Crad
irGu;u;1hl!,l"'Jn?*add^o2hlJ "V"' ,L'V Krt too POOF a fleet aircraft carrier, ha, .. fttsSWMd KoU T!.. J OSUnU,
to provide such books. complement of approximately keep good* in their house On
Mr Symmonds aid that there 130 oAcers and 875 men. Nuvtsnber i he was in the house
were MO scholarship holders, half H.M.C.S Mlanae (Lieu. iHting in the drawing mom. He
of whom were receiving help from tenant.Commander T. C ~
_ D Mottley seconded the 'he Board of Guardians They R.C.N ).
nomination of Mr. Symmonds and were constantly spending money complement
said that not only did he serve nd he would like the Vestry U 200 men
tl Mr Weatherhead, but during legalise the matter.
;pet never
Ouiana on a Car-
ibbean tour to make themselves
acquainted \ntli Bhsisg colonies
and left bv air to-day for Barba
do*.
They made a three-dajr air tour
tbg liinlci'liiiHl ami
I ittons" ..i British Guiana
and It... ..re kreed to mn At Consolidated OoldMoi :-
this stage the c. (or the proaeru- *"<* bauxite at the M
Lien was closed. Chandler ami Works of the Mnmn BtUUM
Hurdle uddresse.l the (ury. Hur Coniprmv li
die said th.it B was BaJMCCfH O*
the linn.. | '..iling and placed
the blatnr on Bseklss who he
said should be dmrged with h m
InsttSxl Of ghinc evidence against
himself and Chandler
We had "ii*. -
asrtinl trip." ant Mi"
R
Fall which bj pwhgpi I lnl'U ra-
il Hupanuni. a groat dOSJ
Hi* Ron then summed P anrt o1 ,h,< r,losI "'"-
the jury .Her .. deliberation ir- work has already been done by
of articles valv-d al $lo2.r-

destroyer, ha,
otneer*
(Liei
Frewer, had
Under conditions which mu
have been exceptionally difAcul
Um I' was sUggertn,
...r, I u hwunW when there * ^"T 5li^US8!"' "r;
were manv pbsentees from the Mottley suggested that Instead of
Vestn At that time. Mr Sym- having the law .-.mended, a Com-
I led b i Dearly a year as mitlee be appointed to go Into the
Junior Guardian matter to provide a (turn under
If hi* business activities in this P"" HfUel for textbooks.
country were an indication of how This was agreed to and the fol-
he would manage the affairs of lhP low,ng_ were appointed aComi
parish, then the taxpayers were in
safe hands in having him as their
Churchwarden for the year.
that" the of the Vestry from nine members also detained at the General Ifos-
for the purpose **1,al yesterday suffering from
Mr. Gale and Mr. Braithwaite.
The Vestry rejected a motion
The Chairman said that he had by Mr MlUer Ula, th#w consider
had nn opportunity nf seeing ,he advisability of approochn
somethmt oT Mr. Weatherhead s the Legislature with a view to
wcrk. As Churchwarden, his main amending the Vestries Act 1911
work was to look after the poor (1911-5) to reduce the quorum
of the parish and see that the of the V
buildings were kept in good repair, to aht ot l
There were other duties, but those > facilitating ni
two were the most important. *fc of ,he P"'*"-
The last Churchwarden, not only _^____
Hi rtneern al the Vestry,
but in other ways showed his
sense of responsibility in carrying
out those two paramount duties
.vhich rested on the shoulders ot
the executive nfTn^i of the parish.
suit-case in the bedroom |>.t>>, ^U***tr OrKsTS '" ,h,,lh ol "hat "
and a quantity of cloth was in the do in dsvs long before airways."
suit-case which was estimated at \V:|1 ITaram \f..M..
abouf ten yards and valu- Will f^JlrM ItIOIV W] Hacuialai CotanUl Dtvel
816.90. opment BaaaciBI at a PrMI Con-
One window in the bs-droom ^gmrTcmWw TKr.T'V- '^mce, Mr. Hourdillon in reply
M8 opg He went mlo the The lV s,,ar pSu-atl '"'' H
yard after he was told aometmng. Aunr,,Un. j_ rJ-jUTj mil trying to K<-t international
The,, waa ., Miit-e^e h-hind the jSt rt
window m the yard li.....w two TM wilh lhe tWl.of.|Uini aologd couW get recottatruetta
Lionel CTarke. a sixteen-year- m who were bending over some- aUowa .hw (V gad or dcvoloument loan
old labourer of Newbury. St !*"* "*M looked like a uit.ease wg^gg a flehl M Ihtlr racajtsgi
t- George, wis taken to the Geiwral Wum l*^ men saw hin. they ,rs (in Wi(r estfl,e, fof |ha |0. tl)i0 to thc poUmi.
tee: The Chairman. Mr. Sym- Hospital yesterday and deUiiwd. ^L"^!'*; 2?J5f *"" w**k P*"""' *">dl* Marrh ,0
rnonds._ Mr. Weatherhead. Hon. He was suffering from a wound ^.^'** .,:,, ,*.... , ,. 1M1. Is JWl.911, more lh:in th.
Two Wounded By
Fails Off Lorries
was suffering
On U forehead, afte:
a lorry.
,.,. -_.,_ Solomon Kasugi said that ha is
falling from a s.iiMmail ;nid Uv ,n t,hW
Rood with Kola and Docki
- BiM___!! ,,^ o,.i Th*y generally keep cloth in the
niwmmm*** ^mrt houK. Son. r lh<. cloUl ttm^yjg-^sua iV-,;.;;;.;.,
mount i.*..i i-.r the same per.oo England while
in 1950. and this despite the fat tha 1'ahamas.
that sugar production lor the An
10 sraagj
i '
From Barbados h ,-
Luka pel
iCPi
gggg

Jackman. a labourer of Carnng
ton's Village, St. Michael.
into the suit-cases. On Nove
5 he was sitting m the draw-
! Ml MU(
< M
with ( HI MM M P
( HI Mil OWss "olisB.....
nilurc, Aoiik jrnl Jli .>oOw.>i..
LOOK YOUR BEST
"Prosjieetor"" Calls
For Rum, Sugar
if torn.
ToUil lililillity of cmplityi'i-. u
mg room of lhe- h.n. II. w.-nl , m. mr. , ,h. ,,
Into Ihp bodloom .1 about 8 , ,, ^e .m ,,l U>.
U Mi on a ^loc u,. ,. ., and m.- bonu^ .,, , .....
bta**pl'.!S? S2J."TlJlS w"" "
.vome money in the suit-cases II
%..nl something to Kola and
lorry.
liner SS. Pros-
G POUCE INTRANSIT
TO ANTIGUA
Inrransit through Barhados f
terday by air on their way
Antigua were four Antigua Polk>
imeri. Cpis._ Roberts.^ Ben)sm
Dockert and they went into Mm
.yard. The police cfOM LMTtlj
, alter and the suit-cases that were
missing were brought into the
, house out of the yard Two gf the
bonus with the
additional peyinant to
cutters nnd the higher | \
gaalMayi -ith pay was r-stunaletl
to amount Ihii >
llrvad Strike
Near* End
KIMisrnN M.mh 29
Tlir vl *
ton Iwu irsj ali bread sink. 1
tht Bxaculiva Ooum >tl
fASKIJNR ib.
Your hair will be
handsomer by lar
when you treat it tL
Vaseline' Hair Tonicl
Just use i few drops
day...then see
the difference'
Buy a bottle today!
\lase\m&mR
Mr. Weatherhead was handir
vor the torch to Mr. Symmonds o^^TungBom.
nonths course in finger
a'A photogTsphy ii
Pre-Rrtirement
Lc^avo
Window Open
The Harr
cargo of rum and sugar lor Uw *_!,',,
, Unileil Kingdom. R225i
ho had a sense of responsibility. t^^^ were busy around the Tr'-iUted
and was not prepared to undertake waterfront with loads of sugar
s .iless successfully. He nnd drums of rum which they
was l( good businessman nnd he ww, discharging into watting
i i Raved that he would not allow lighters. These supplies of sugar
thai buildings ol the parish to and rum ware being got ready for
deteriorate. loading on the Prospector.
Mi F. McD. Symmonds .hank- Other lorries along with hand
the i hairman for his kind r*- and animal drawn carts were re-
. Weatherhead (or non.1- caivlng nee. copra, firewood. "J"r_ J JSTUT-Z gfgd saw three men
mi Unit him and other vestrymen charcoal and other cargo from 9 f ***.,"? "JT^Ziw ^l bending over something that
Mr uipporting his nomination. schooners. Some schooners were A*^._.l_,?,.1.. ^5or,_Cj2?*H."r!; looked like u suit-case. When they
ti.3fl7.ooo. which repreacnw aa deeidgtitoMaue prm-iamatmn m-
increase of over 10 per gent, on creasing the minimum a
the total v ages paid in i5o. of the industry, at the flgl
Total Waagfl panl lii field .<< MUhftg?sn order cutting th* waggftt
factory w run f.>r the Hit in o* bread from five oum-es t.i foui
weeks in 1951 was $2,312.".riH. as and a half muxes pgf (tin i
against $'.'.120,940 poid for the kaf, IhuS allowing bakers to meet
same pen-l in 1990. RhO increase. The OCOnd BUM
If work.'- In the sugar industry was taken by r^vernment when
rtoetsmhaTI at Lt fi c' ^ T. """""< "** ^ W hgee It waa laariU that bakese had no
wHh'wkert^ri?h^Si^nd ' "a.ntaind. ahgfft can ^ Dig ,..clamal.on of the new
SinsmiE T,!l; In, Aft bo no qu-stion. ..n tl.. i..m. ..f rate without a complimentai y <
one or them told him that some- Ihe.ngure. tor the firs. It
.-K
i Ihe i
oi luead Tin
His Excellency the Governor
has granted Major J. E. Griffith
ten days* vacation leave prior an<, >jiw t,
harcoal and other cargo from o 1*uf*"lent.,0? *J?^-l!ifl ^i bending of
schooners. Some schooners were SSjJK. H^T.P^LSS looked like .
Hi> iiud Hut it waa a great taking cargo
to hin, to v, ., S.- Tbf o( ,.w o| 1|w -" ' g '-" mall..,
^S^"~ Car Turns Turtle ,^'^r
I tu.. pjii-Mi IU(l un ndmnm ^ ^^^^ ,ailor fct.mna ami uaint- .... ... n, .,irt tl...t ... n.,1..",!,.. 1
"y lo while Ihi.v aamS , Vninv Shortly afwr 7 o'clock law nllhl mont said lhal m Novmnbrr .
h" Ih5 Mrno.pb~ -" "-'" "' " U 1H driven bv he- was dc..,tl-.l m ..*t'
* ^d...,V?,?, .hi illl^l oald lo KM an.. I..,.,.., woS ... ih.-cl, ol K.n.. lor Ih. pa.1
room he
and saw
ent into the bedroom P"'< ' '1'1'1 *" ,f/"'u,r>
of the window. <'* *'" he greater than the wage, t
saw him th-^r ran away. The ,,., w. rs>- i
the Oil Struck In I dad
then reo..i
v.nh greal
buflbM Lik
irudem
ethodi
Undi-r The Sea
weeks, prevented many In
from obtaining Easter bun* and
tMcatcd a big black market in the
rural area for brtad
Tha strike called by the li ill
iihghllgrji of the Kg*
joiitv Party in tin- Mouse of Itep-
i. isouithias loaaed Gos
hands lo laaua ihs ae roinimum
wage proelamnlion
1 at that height.
ition to Uke a leaf out of Mr. -The othcr, hot| lhe job of k^p. chrLitopher King a welder at one '"*rtvl|;"\ """*" ,_
i and s.des of their nf the city garages, overturned at l^,ni"*\ ,n
into an alleged larceny
iiir uiiii'i ti nnu inc jui* hi i\i-v(j- % .
Weatherhead's book and hoped ing lr,e decks and ^ides of their of the city _
thai he would be spared to carry schooners clean and other routine the bridge along Sandy Lane Road
out his term ot office so thai he work. and ws ortensively damaged.
."oold be able, at the conclusion. ___________________ Id.^ wa. ."aund in the rear sent
In an unconscious condition He
was taken to the General Hospital ^^"Uakh
and detained.
from
In Touch with Barbados
Coastal Station
BOUND OVER
Seek To Ban Soulh
African Goods
to produce the samP excellent re-
port as his piedecessoi.
The need* of the poor or the par-
ish, the primary objective of the cCci. Scantlebury who pleaded
Hoard of Guardians, were well guilty of inflicting grievous bodily
iftgr, They were liberally harm on Scifort Hinkson on No
r ,,iid no case was neglected, vember 28 was yesterday bound
He said that It was to Mr. ever for IS months In lhe sum of
Weal her head's credit that a long 100 by His Honour the Acting
standing need in relation fo the Chief Justice Mr. G. L. Taylor at
provision of minor repairs by wav the Court of Grand Sessions. DOMINICA. March 29.
of shingles to pensioner? of the Before binding over Scantlebury. At to-days meeting of tnetmB report he went to wm -
parish hil<: been undertaken for His Honour told him that he had Legislature Hon. C A. H. Duplg- Road and saw two s"'1-*?""? n
the flrtt time by tht Vestry. taken into account the fact that ny disapproved the policy of the yard which wwiotscio-^
If,? thanked Mr. Weatherhead he had pleaded guilty and his South Africa towards coloured Jhere was >*> " nnrie
for what he had done and com- wHlingness to rr.ake compensation people ami moved the following the w indow of ***-
tt&tt&hZ TXZ2JR had received ^fc O, Mal.n^ OjUe, fffi^fSfigZ
dcrprfvilo^Jof tSe pSl* => ^-ere blow with iron prpe U South Africa ****** to her 7. at about 1 a.m. he went
Mr Symmonds then nominated before Je had struck back
PORT-OF-SPAIN, March T.
. i I- niahing ail history.
After receiving certain inlorma- <1 hss been -truck i"der the sea
tiua he saw Randolph Chandler at Guapo. South Ea"t Trinidad.
:.t the C.l D. when- h- ancstel one hundred and fifty barrels per .i^;",,,,,,
him. Chandler made a volunlarv <:..% is produced, idrough Ihe Kt-rn in. ,. .
gned it. Trinidad Oilfields Limited "ho aMC*l^, Bb
the statement have been rpsfonrihlw for thajrtll -* r
Chandler earned him to his ing. The well i* grand-mother's place where he pow-r. in giar,1 ngarnst caving in ; H i eaaasse. s *
handed h,n. a paroi. Latei lhe, Mven with ^V\;'E^dUHB^7'.
same day he saw Kenneth Hurdle, gun-iu-t parforaUoni ,. ,, bi-*; m Dragea
lown lo the entin* depth of the ounr fmpmi r BNUamti
tee.
i.....
Cpl. Darlington U>W the court
that Mahomed Kola made a report
to him about an alleged larceny
on November 5. In crnsequenee of
well
GtTTS DIPLOMA
IN CHILD HEALTH
GEORGETOWN, March
Jalka
\a......
, JtaMUM Ttr*
. ~ V'.H.lH .
Vamhlll
..,.!.
...- kg |
Without refrigeration
sats.
H
V. C. Gale and Mr. C. A
ithwaite as Senior and Junloi
: rc-peetivelv
gg awg -i
Mr. D. H. I.. Ward ippeared
behalf of Scantlebury.

Ilnn'bl' V. C.
. ..ri>Ciwltr.
'.....' " H Mt 1 M.
- vm .Cnl"-..n M. r. D MMIIpv
. cf ii- v r <:B|r. mi.o Mr"
. w~~~- u. v w A i-
II H Wifcliv
Hand Concert
This Evening
m
Mr W n Klor
The F
fjdlowing p
!. WrTi,i Rock-s ,h's <
81 CMh'd' |. POTPOURRI
haikowsk
lice Band will play the
'gramme at Hastings portatton
hereas such a policy is contrary die
and directly opposed to the decla- Station
ration of human rights adopted
by the United Nations, be it re-
solved that necessary legislation Clyde
be enacted to prohibit the im- men jump ovei
: nidi
|agj I t
gt^rrvlaoc'Iiuaeclir'
M-
2. OVERT".:RE
Dr. _
ment Medtenl Officer attached lo *wi*k>
the Ge'-rgetown PufauV Hog] '
tmSnjTim&ini Veil"- Qi-U>e hou ol Kcnh Hurdle jf jflljfjl th. "jtajtHkOfld
male aim, and SwBOM of all of F,.; Gap and made a .. '- '' j .lkr^1?R .he
h ,,",atr,o0un,.."",',r. |
nee irf Madkal Supartntana^anl it
Jumped Fence "" (^-rget-^n HusplUl at thc
\l ^rgoods'from the at Passage Roa^ on November % ^^Mffjg.bW" *
Union of South Africa One of 0.e men he recognised as m administrator
Melodies of The resolution waa supported by Randolph Chandler.
f" ------- Godfrey 9\\ ynofflcials Lionel Deckles said that on
"Raymond* a resolution introduced by Hon- November 5 he accompanied i
Thomag OKirabir, Austin Winston agreed in Chandler and Hurdle to the hoi
A..."1
i. Tmikf i-~.
aguratsaai
.. <;i.i par!
M Dllwi. ParlAc
OoUH>>. AW..* Corml*.
t'Kt*|WtlH.
I. .
fl.ii- ' A""'
Ju-iinlan. ai"
- .
Ijniilirs in *i, t>" " n" iwt't*" a*if"*a <>* rnttV w
fudinrh sal. gad laatMal adggi gats Mg HUM
yUUr ki IM gaOa b ir>it i<-i <" ' tuisgaJaai aapaiai,
gMtaaan alaa .>"i gfj lasai I ksafa adefl Waiaalas %l m iM-re ii>. swe<>r st-Uge. v.u
,, i ...... i..ii gaaaaya eeata .i iWsgafVsarajaattaj grift
ssaa uidM taq amauaoi
1 KLIM.. pare, safe-.Ilk
^3atUM keips WITHOUT REFRIGERATION / .>
3 KLIMquallty is alwoys uniform
4 KLIMi. ascellenf for qrowlnsj children
5 KLIM cidds our.shment to cooltod dishes
6 KLIMis recommended for i-fent feedisq
7 KLIMis sofa in fha speciaUy-pocktd tin
8 KLIMi. produced under strictest control
rssastri -
D C ynhlWim. mr. n. rt
\i>onlnfmf>nt* 'mder Afl
i SVki C! a BVelv,.
,. l km 'Jrir i. Mr t
mil Ch.r'
\1 i.r Mr.
I A TudT-
Sentence Postponed
DeCoursey Onffith pleaded
guilty of wounding Oarllold Green-
IdfM "" September 20 at the Court
rf Grand Sessions yesterday. Hi*
Honour the Acting Chief Justice
Mr 0. L Taylor postponed sen-
tence
trlnclpl" to the establishment of of the Indians in Passage R
Customs Union for the British When they had reached the
Caribbean but particularly should d'ans' place. Hurdle went througi
consideration be given to the Jj' window
proteclion of local industries of the f ought
smaller Islands concerned with gave tl
l;.hed prior to federation, which P'-**- Chandler
Broad Street
3. OPHAXlC EXCERPTS
"Madame Butterfly" Puccini
t SONG OP INDIA
"Sleepy Lagoon" Eric Coat*i
5. VALSE SONG "D'Automme**
Joyce
6 NOVELTY "Teddy Bears
Picnic" .............. Bralt
7. SELECTION "Dancing Years"
8 DANCE MUSIC 'TermesSe' proposals were adopted last year
Wallz'............. Marrell The report or the Commission on
O CANADA thc unification of public service*
God Save Ihe Kino' of the British Caribbean *as
Condwetor: Capt. C. E. RAISON. accepted CD
Remember
HUTCHINSONS
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GLASSWARE and CROCKERY
ALL TYPES KITCHEN WARE
BEST BRANDS PAINTS and ENAMELS
STOVES and PARTS
BEDSTEADS, SPRINGS and MATTRESSES
GLASS and MIRRORS.
and many other BARGAIN ITEMS.
G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO., LTD.
Germolene Ointment soothes
and penetrates. It protects skin
injuries> rashes, scalds, ami
bites from lhe
entry of harmful bacteria,
and stimulates healing.
Keep a tin handy for
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FOB
SCUDS, HASHES,
BRUISES,
BMSIONS, Ett
GERMOLENE soothes at a touch
* heals in record time. Obtainable cveryrehtn.


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It.MtllAIMIS MIV FRID.U M \KI II M, |K|

BARBADOS fi#A0VOCrfrE
(.._..t----------*---------*~-i
at 91 i BtldMlOW^
I rtaUr, March J". 1951
IMM'I 'LATIOX
4.HOWTII
IT HAS not iurprlinfi thut '!
of population with thephem mon.il ;
at the mt of approximately .1600 per
annum should liavr exciird comment dur-
ing |h| cc*stiBt&Otl of the Appropriation
Bill by the Legislative Council.
Barbados has always been noted for her
population pressure but with the continued
growth Hepindu ; for support on a single
industry it lias become clear that there will
be the greatest difficulty in any at*
Improve the general standard of living.
As Hon. Mr. Gulo pointed out the popu-
lation in 1891 was 182,306 but with emigra-
tion to Panama and other places it declined
to 171,982 in 1911; then came further emi-
gration to the fnii< t StSl
leached the "new low" o| ir>6.:U2 in 1921.
The imposition of the quota system in
the Untied States reduced the number
to that country and by 19:16 the
island's population had returned to
188.294. Barbados was now supporting
over 1.000 to the square mile.
It was fortunate that with this popula-
tion growth came also the benefits of the
modern Department of Science and Agri-
culture. Sugar production had reached a
high level and the income from crops in-
creased in proportion, U1 1939 with a popu-
lation estimated roughly at 189.000 the
island produced a record crop of 156,442
tons of sugar valued at $7,622,000.
Fortunately for us the emigration to the
United States where workers were needed
in field and factory to release men for the
fighting .services gave us an opportunity to
send out about five thousand men. This
was the greatest fillip to improved sland-
ards of living this island has over Men,
During the live years following a sum of
about four million dollars was remitted
from the United States alone and another
welcome amount from Curacao Today this
is reflected in the standard of life and the
general welfare of the people.
But with this welcome improvement has
come an increase 'n the population at the
rate of 3.600 per annum.
The 1950 crop of 158,162 tons was worth
S21V765.00 wrote the present crop Mi-
mated at 163.000 is worth $22,240,000.
With the increase in the numbers and
people living on a single major industry at
the rate of 1.200 to the square mile It is
necessary that there be greater industrial
production and a realisation on the part of
the people that irresponsibility as parents
means a burden that no country can sup-
port.
The trouble with Barbadian economy is
that there has always been too great a
number of ]>oople to be fed from the same
pay packet; and the increase at the rale of
3.600 per annum even with the increases in
the production and value of sugar, must be
.hansted without contributing effectively
to the desired improvement. With such a
large population there must be improved
standards of public health, increased social
services and greater expense in conducting
public services.
There are methods of controlling popula-
tion trends. Stamping out of legitimacy
would undoubtedly help. The Church ami
Kduc.it ion.d authorities dO not appear to
have had much success in their campaigns
against promiscuity, liirth control and
family planning are controversial means
of controlling population growth that
are unlikely to find favour in this island.
ration ia our sun st method and
every effort must be made to find outlets
for our redundant population.
:he new leader
The Brothers
(oiiiinmia/i
By Louis Jay Herman
*. N*w iMtfa'
lllKllllll ltllsilKN-.ill.MI
>Irri S. It..s4nih.il .xplaiiis
How Reciprocal Trade
Agreements Help
World Prosperity
The Soviet propaganda you hear today
isn't as new as il sounds. The Naais said
il all before.
AMERICAN reactionary circle*, who
reckon only with their own selfish Interest!
. . are the main incitors ot a new war.
Andrei Y Vishinsky. September 18. 1*17.
The Soviet Union will defend to the end
the interests of universal peaei V>arhcsla\
M. Molotov. November . IM7.
The policy ot the Soviet Union is baaed on
. tie principle of respect f.r the
ates, bi and small, cm the principle!
non-intervention in the Internal affairs of
othet total Midotov. Nov. 6. 1*47.
In the Unit I SI lb a handful of pluto-
crats wailuvv in wealth and enjoy unlimited
while tens of millions of ordinary
people suffer privation and oppression and
live In constant fear of the morrow Moscow
New Tunes. January 2U, 194*.
The distinction between the two partial
[in the United States] has now become so
faint that it cannot he detected even under
! powerful microscopeMoscow New
1 September . I94K.
No parliament can in any circumstances be
for Communists an arena of struggle for
reforms for betterment of the situation of the
working class. . The only question *
that of utilizing bourgeois state institutions
for their destruction.Lenin's Works, vol.
XXV.
"Freedom" of the press in capitalist coun-
tries means freedom of the press for the bour-
geoisie, freedom for the capitalist monopolies
to use the press in their own interests, free-
doa to misinform the popular masses.
Izvestia. May ."i. 1919.
Stalin' Always we bear in our souls his dear
name. And here, in the Kremlin, his presence
touches us at every step. We walk on stones
which he may have trod only quite recently
Let us fall on our knees and kiss those holy
footprints. Zemlya Russkaya, book publish-
ed by Soviet Young Communist League, 194 Sports in the U.S.S.R. are one of the most
important means for the Communist educa-
tion of the workers, a means for uniting
them around parly, soviet and trade-union
organizations in the struggle for the cause of
Lenin and Stalin.Soiiel sports magannc.
December. ISU9.
The people of our Soviet art must be in the
loremosi rank ol the warriors for Commun-
ism.Konslantin Sjmonov, November. IMP.
A handful of Infernal e/armoi fail and war i THE U.S. Chamber of Commerce supports
want to drive the nations tnta war. {the reciprocal trade agreements programme
Adolf Hitler. September It, 19:19. I because of its firm conviction that true world
No European ;t.ite ha< done more for j peace cannot be attained without world pros-
peace than Germany. N la greater parity, that world prosperity cannot be
sacrifices for peace Hitler. September IS, attained without expanded and unhampered
193H. I international trade, and that such trade can-
(not be attained without sincere and detcr-
Germany has no Intent >n of forcuuj hoi ,nuuM),.,!,,. ts,.. the part of all nations to re-
political philosophy upon anybody. She II th|)1(, th(. bamcrs ln wor]d trade.
ind n Uhoul mental reeei ration i
|0 reaped the national to IIU I existence <>f The Trade Agreements Act, lirsl passed by
other countries. Nail nmriid. August 17, .he U.S. Congress in 1934 and subsequently
193K. awed naaj times until the present,
. ! s this Nation, with others, to work for
countries (th. democraciee], II H hi. ,lia.tllin ot Uirlffs and ((thcr barriers to
actuallj capital that rule., thai to, nothingL,^ The proRramme is not a panacea for
more 'han i clique ol.,' w hundred men who ;al] lhe iMs beseUing international trade. It
untold wealth . Thepft rf Vln nnl> bv lXse\f> bnnfi about world peace
arc not taken into conslderatioi md prosperity. But. the programme is the
Hitler. December 19. IWil. ,niy logical mechanism for attacking the
The difference between these parties [u xcessively high tariffs and the pernicious
the democraotas] is as small as it formerly n visible barriers which operate so effectivc-
wai In Germany. You know them, of course.
the old parties. They were always one and
the tame Hitler. December 10. 19-IH.
ly to strangle trade.
The U.S. Chamber does not believe that all
tariffs should be eliminated. We recognize
We national Socialists know that no elec- lne need for, and support, such tariffs as are
tion can conclusively decide the fate of a necessary to provide adequate protection to
nation. It is not parliamentary majorities that I American agriculture and industry and. also,
mold the (ate "( nations We know, how- \ where needed, for national security. We do
ever, that . democracy must be defeated not believe that all tariffs should be reduced
with the weapons of democracyHitler. July to a specified equivalent ad valorem duty,
IS, 1930.
These capitalists create their own press .met
then speak of the "freedom of the press." In
reality, every one of the newspapers has a
master, and in every cas' this master is the
capitalist, the owner. . This press, which is
the absolutely submissive and characterless
slave of the owners, molds public opinion
Hitler. Dec. 10. 1940.
I stand before your picture, my Fuehrer.
It is a father, mother, brother all in one. And
it is still more. The more I seek to grasp it.
the broader, brighter and more Infinite it
becomes.Dus Schwartzc Korps. April 18.
1939.
All sport organizations must get instruc-
tions in politics and party philosophy. . .
Non-political sport, so-called neutral sport.
is unthinkable in the Reich of Adolf Hitler
Guide Book for tier man Athletics. 193S.
The journalist who has to deal with ques-
tions of art must now, first of all. be a politi-
cian. Head of Keith Press Association,
.March 15. 1937.
Why lilt* *llecl Dean9Can't be Sarked
ny An
ECCLESIASTICAL LAWYER
QUESTIONS have been put to
tin- Prune Minister about Dr.
Hewlett Johnson, the Dean of
Canterbury known as the "lt* Dean". searches go. this has
first net up a commission of in-
quiry, and, it their report Justifies
it. then a resignation may be
my re- accepted, and the letters patent
vcr hap- would lapse.
One member asked why the penedat any rate not tor many Canon low provides that a dean
iLmii "should be permitted to go ccnturie*. Is to be rrsident Ui his cathedral
Ml ovar lite world blackguard Ins fn ancient times monarchs who eight months at least In every
ivarnmtol and Bha Prims exercised absolute power sent year and is "to continue therein
MmisVi iin-l |,icachlng antl- archbishops, bishops, deans and preaching the Word of God and
inhjr and Communism other ecclesasUcal dignitaries keeping ood hospitality." His
With similar considerations hi about their business without office ha authority over all can-
ntinii. near peopla art Kfctnf rann or ceremony. "n*< preshyiers, and vicars, and
Wl.v dOM not the Archbishop or Some of them not unlv 1M th* Otsn to "give possession to
Canterbury sack him" The Uu-ir nttON Mil also th.ir liven |he" y*** llMWUlllJ 'v Iba
answer is shorthe can't, even That was in the davs of the bishop. ......
if lie felt so disposed. Church and .State clash. ."? * l" inspect their discharge
Thi ofnee i-i dean Is In the if i nan should be guilty
in-nage of llu-Soveivign. DTOVad Inoompetence Or "wanton
1 .; aintad vn ler royal lei- lack of dIUasnea in the perform-
lit upon tha recomman- wee "f ins duttM," the prlma Minister, who preach "seditious, eubvei Ivi ai
normally ilrst consults the biahop heretical doctrines,'* lepiescn-
Of the dioce*<>and, in tin- COM laUODI mi) OS i.unle through Ulr l
He is
of the (
all churches iri
In evei> three
ind to visit
dlo as oo
\'ery Keverend'
'flic dean is next in dlgiilt)
bish..p. n, emit led to the pre-
appropiial
chan
tlx of -v
if Canterbury, the rchbtihop,
Freebolrl*
it is eommonly aappoead
Mr Ramaay MacDonald r
Dr, lohnsoa ""' oau
without the approval of the arch-
bishop but in ipltS of his ex-
I opponlion
Tin- dean luu freehold" has the right to reUnqulah nil Is decbired vacant.
RDd he enn be removed office save In the rOUttd of ill Bttl I KIM Of
from ii only by .i nrvocatlon of health a other Incapacity,
(He litters patent under which he in that event, lhe baShOB muSl
ry reverend" and must
cd
I inn,- Min.-lir. Wli muv idYlM "S1 ""' J"lbl vclm.-nls.
void and vaianl hbSS | to cause an inquiry to
No Arc Limit be held "to have need" of the
Then- is no age limit, and it matter; .ind upon a certificate
ild appear doubtful if a dean iteuig granted by him, the offli
Instance ii
Which thi> has happened.
LER
Ol'II IU AIM MS KAY
tt'umi-n'n f'linailum f'tuh
To 'Hie Better, The Adt>ocue.
Sin.--The Women's Cana Club would like to express their
Incera thaakj to all those who
asststwi with the Valet
dani Hotel
on Febnisrr loth, p*'1
lup ied
.name made Vsiet line and Bi
othei ..\- helped The club
would alSO lo.<- to tliiiok the
Ihrbjda* Advucatr foi miv
genei ini this free of
The Club acknowledges with
araTcfuI thanks the dot
Ltd.
Tele -
Co
received dun
folio
ig the >e
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Supply Corpn. .. 1
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Ceneral Traders Ltd
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Company
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Eckstein Bros
Ocean View Hotel
J N (joddard a Sons
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T. Gerid.
William Togarty Ltd.
C. P. Harrison a Co.
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S I1 Musson Son a Co
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Hull & Son
briltsh American Tob-cco
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James A. Lynch & Co.
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V.
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16 fw
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Cosmopolitan Pharmacy 5.00
Evelyn Hooch 4 Co I .Id 5.00
C It Itice CO. '' on
T It. Evans 5.00
JotUISOn'S Stationery 5.00
Mr. Charles McKonsit 5.00
t. :: c.i! .:> .. no
R. M. Jonoa Co i S OC
Gulf Oil B Oil
Smith \ Atweii i
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Ltd. .. $ 00
Hotel 5.oo
Ml Winston Marson 20.00
K Ii Hunte & Co. Ltd. 5.00
Mi Miner 2000
Hubert Thorn Limited 10.00
The winner* of the pri/e
drawing which look place ai Uu
dance were. Mr Victor Marson
who won a basket of flowers and
Mr Huskin who won a gallon of
rum.
no dance realised $2,351.20 ot
which S 1.490.00 have been dhl-
irlbuted to the following local
rfaaritls* :
I Old Ladles* ll.ime 80.00
The Goodridge Home .. 60.00
St Mary's Hume 80.00
St. Vincent de Paul 80.00
Q.W.&, Hostel 40.00
Q.F.S Home . 00.00
; P s Holiday Rouse 40.oo
St. Patrick*! I'aor School 70.00
Salvation A rim 60 00
20 00
ihip Fund io oo
Ituj Aide so.oo
Rev, Francis OottSmt
hartUm 20.00
Baby Health league 40 00
s: Uwranee Child
Health League M D >
r.M.p.c so.oo
St John Cye Fund 50.00
Blind. Desf a Bomb In-
stitute 50.00
S PC.A. ... .. 20.00
St Matthias Charities 20 00
Baaman'i Puna, perl
Wstntra 5000
for a high tariff on one item will not neces-
sarily be restrictive, whereas a relatively low
equivalent ad valorem duty on another may
still be hi^h enough effectively to preclude
imports.
It seems logical to assume that the reduc-
tion of excessive tariffs, with the elimination
of other restrictive barriers, will be an im-
portant step on the road to unhampered and
expanding international trade. The Trade
Agreements Act is. so far. the most realistic
and practical method of attaining this type of
Aorld trade.
Accepting the premise that the reciprocal
trade programme will, under normal condi-
tions, permit private international trade to
expand, the question to be answered is : "Do
we want to encourage such trade?"
The answer is an unequivocal "Yes".
No nation, not even the United States,
^elf-sufficient. The high standard of living
which we enjoy in the United States would
not be possible without imports. It is true
lhat our imports represent only a small per-
centage, generally less than 5 percent, of
national income. But without certain pro-
ducts which we must import, our national
income, and our standard of living, would be
much lower. Where would we be, for
instance, without coffee, and sugar, and
tungsten? We could get along, but at a much
lower standard of living. In the manufac-
ture of the automobile, which is certainly a
typically American product, it is necessary
to import close to 100 different items.
Other nations. less richly endowed with
natural resources and industrial potential-
it. v .lie even more dependent than we on
imports. Those nations, too, could get along
without imports, but the results would be
even more drastic than they would be for us
Artificial barriers to trade can be erected, as
they have in the past, but out of those bar-
riers will spring the poverty and want of a
lowered standard of living, and it is in the
pOUtKll of that despair that the seeds of
Communism are sown. Economic isolation-
ism cannot, in the long run. benefit any free
country.
There is another factor which must be
considered. Increased trade means increased
business for all segments of our economy.
Almost every major industrial group does
some export business, and in many cases the
export market represents a fairly large per-
centage of the total business volume. Even
if foreign sales represent only a small per-
centage of the total sales, it may mean the
difference between profit and loss.
The lIan
lirollts will
I Mnas.
of the dance
distributed at
Family WeUtn
The I',
The Almair Home
man
League $400 00
.in un
00.00
Again with sincere thanks to
you and eei one rfa>
hi maktaf tin function a success.
LEE KI BLOCK.
Honorary Secretary
Brittons Cross Rood.
RED BLl'E -
Also PENCILS FOR MARKING GLASS
ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORE
FLOWER POTS
from 3" to 12" diamrlcr
ORCHID POTS
3"; 6"; 7"; 8"; and 12" diameter
Made by the Government Factory
VEGETABLE GARDEN MANURE
GARDEN TOOLS
SHEARS. ETC., ETC.
WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD.
Successors to
C. S. PITCHER & CO. I
PHONES: 4472. 4687. *M1, 4413. 0
FOH YOI MX Of'JI
HE.XItY -TO WK.XR Ith'tT.
TOOT.U. DRESSING
GOWNS IN I'ULKA HOTS
TOOTAI. RAINCOATS
SPORT COATS
IN HARRIS TWEEDS
BOYS1 SCHOOL
BLAZERS
JANTZEN BATH TKl'NKS
IN BOXER. LASTEX
AND WOOL
SATIN ELASTIC TRUNKS
ROCJOC AND SHIRTS TO
MATCH BY PEGASUS
GENTS' FANCY
BOXER TRUNKS
SPRING COATS
IN MANX TWEEDS
IV Ol It II OOI.I.I \ III I' i.
MOYGASHEL
SPRINGBAK
ANTI-CRUSIIABLP.
LINENS
GEM INF.
WEST OF ENGLAND
DOE-SKINS
BY
HUNT & WINTERBOTIIAM
ENGLISH GABERDINES
IN A BIG
VARDTTY OF COLOURS
ALL WOOL LAN AIR CEL
CELLULAR BLANKETS
LAMBSMERE 100% VIRGIN WOOL
In Check Designs By REID & TAYLOR
of Scotland
DaCOSTit A Co.. Ltd.
DRY GOODS DEPT.
^c4 Ui ftcu/oirt,
"*j&
eco"
orffC
I
\ Cherry. Lemon,
^ Line, i
a 1\i|uca
Chorohitr
'VaniU.
THE FOLLOWING FLAVOURS
JUST ARRIVED
\\V ehould not make the mistake .if ballev-
inn lhat the size of the export market is im-
portant only to our manufaelurinn intorests.&:
Shipments of agricultural products and ex-
traded raw materials have formed a larfe ,:
part of our total export market.
There are some who ask whether the pro-
gramme should b continued durlnp this
period which has been so aptly termed the
'dark gray period"' of mobilizati-in. There is.'
I am convinced even more reason now to
work for reciprocal trade agreements than
there hus been in the past
At the present time, or during a war. there
will still he some private inlcrnational trade.
and ii la important that every opportunity bo
afforded for it to continue. The reciprocal
trade agreements will help provide this
opportunity.
23c. ran PK.
Kxira llrliriau*
j a ii mm.aii
n
| Molrs Chocolate Ban
.10 each
12 OS. Pks. Dates 30 Each
; Anchor Milk Powder
-~2>i tins -211 Each
Anchor Butter 88 per lb.
, Killarnov Condensed Milk
27 per tin
Cheese........73 per lb.
Fresh Carrots & Beet Root
#*//VaY
GODDAHDS


ttHTMT. MARCfl W, 1451
BABBABOS Uivoc.VTK
page five
L3
House Sanction Principle WATERBILL Leg. Council Concur In
Of Milk Depot, Creamery GETS 2m R^istratio Resolution
flic uf^TICl? np (KcniDTv < c*"*'! "!'' Ii:t/m THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday approved of cncuntrrcci In mc ,.*ii.i,.Km .1,1
thr principle of the scheme to set up a Coitral Milk Depot ' the prpo*r.i whimi one wa
and Creamery on a co-operative basis. f*"1' ol**"^*- ^"!'ch ""' '""'
Th,s was the -Address passed by the House ,n reply to S ""* "
the Governor's Message relating to the mat tor. At any rate. Mr. Dn The Address was the amended estimated and wn confirmed by pointed out. cventujll.v. the es-
Report o! ihe Select Committee ap- the example ot Jamaica where 'ebhshment of a Central Depot
potted to draft the reply. the establishment ol a conoen- Pwn ' * distribution of milk
Iff If. A Dowdmg a member ot sary had materially transformed run on co-operative lines would
unioe submitted a miner! the economy of the c unity A ** a d"nlte adv.inU to the
ty Report pointing out thai though competent and impartial author!- dairv '"dustrv as I whole
*d 11. principle to the es ty infermed him thai it had done \| 4H.ro. =i >Di , u
nentofthedeporheecuM -re for the country loan both JthifSmVwm^^JmU
the Rustomante an session closed. th( milk scheme
combined.
not, -it that stage. .
' i tucnt thereof on the term- part
i lhe two documents referred to
in the Qovntn Message.
Mr. Q II Adams iLl moved
- te ration of the report
The House would appreciate tha'.
he waj cjlng so because though
not having been a member of the
SeKt Committee, us l member of derived fmm their
the Executive he shared the re- contributed lo the)
Wealth t *pan kin
Take Denmark. Scandinavia.
Australia and New Zealand where
the dairy industry was extensive-
ly developed. Mr. Crawford said.
They could note how thi
lair)
Induatrl
vater resources of the
nope 01 ine peasants U)an Rink ovcr makine butter nl the nrir
ntpector M Ok AgHnEural su. be uneconomic it uxk 18 lo
-dhV'l12T r?. no"m" '>' P'nU of milk to make a pound l
..: ihe peMlOn. The oidy rcj;t, i ...
M outlined ir His Excel- ,n"' they did not ha*| ih>-
i' ' .' ID in Operation before.
He did not desire al the present '" 1W8 Mr Mills l'I do any thills' more than l( Prro'"l* which they were only
Ufttn to the objection, tod OtllOl lhf,n **" The proposals
wise to the scheme called tor ;i nutter plant to co-it
1.201. He thought that could
No I nun "* ""'Itted at present. The cream-
He felt. however th .i he HiouU vrZ Pxp,,'d '" ** ?00 K*|l'"i
remind ,he HoS ffit oSSS U^V^Z^'^^m^
ment had made it clear both In JJSld gg get theTilk^rom
ipeof the Peasants Ixwn Bank 0yer. making butter nl the price
would
J to 20
pints of milk to make a pound of
reason to which the Government butter for which would lie got SI
was not prepared to go in order to or $1.20. No one would pay
encourage the dairy industry, the eight cent* per pint for the sepa-
kcepmg of goats, pigs etc. Mr.ro rated milk and no one could
especially, as regards the nutrition afford to buy it to feed pigs as
of school children, he said, every- was proposed.
thing reasonable would be done to He expected, however, that In
Improve. The present position. the early stage, distribution would
Mr E L. Ward IE) seconded encounter difficulty and although
the motion. He said lhat they the available supplies could Oof
should first consider very carefully cPe w""h expected demands and
whether the required amount of *h*orts would be made lo distribute
milk could In' produced, before the a" ""* milk obtained, surplus
scheme was embarked on In- mllk w'ould remain on hand at
stead of 5.000 gallons per dav ho '""es in the beginning. Either
thought a smaller scheme should a condensary or equipment
be embarked on for a S.OOO-gallon makin* evaporated milk
supply. In such a case he felt they ,h_T![or* essential at onee
* ** uSSTrnm "T^T^L :
nest that that be added to the
All that the message meant was
I were agrceint;
pie to having a crtamcr> No M
_ mcmlers could agree in detail on
,rv the question. After saying whether
m* PBfB .igieed in puneiple Kiev
rould return on the following
uotk ind continue the debate
HonOUl ibkf men:'.'!- Mnulti l>e
putting the Government In an em-
barrassing position if thfy were
unable to carry through IhOM two
items before proroaaflorL
Eventually Mr J 11. Wilkinson
(E) moved the passing of the Ad-
dress.
READIMG
has HON J D CHANDLER, PntioVn .,
latiVO Council, any EtogUtrttlon District In Hie Reoolution
Hie Council's concur-
rence in the Resolution which ap
I i island Into 213 RegMr-t o i
Districts, eich u ith approximately
4S0 voters, the Colonial Secret
raid that Hon t; D I. Pile had
I keti him for an assurance tha'
the number of registu:
l mid not be the same ai
th, nuinlwr of polling places,
** 213 districts, and it
was propesed that there should be
il.- wmo number of places with
Prattling Officers accordingly lb
thought he was right m Mybu)
direelion. The Id*
i" 60.000 on the pres
was a matter that de:
careful consideration,
was not like Jamaica
pending
rved'veTv l'"'**0*** expenditure.
II. Ml that as soon as the depot
s'arted to operate, milk produc
tion would increase immedialel
very
Barbados
Vfaleh had
^k -f 7,n.BK Va* 8,nd TS5u cv<,n w11" ^ existing number
throughout the year dairy cattle ^ cows
could be fed. As regards such a He would u Ina( in ordM
scheme it should be borne in mind lo eu up production at the most
that fn this colony it was very rapid ratc artificial Insemination
difficult at times to get fowl for should be resorted to. Started in
the animals. Russia after World War I, it was
Scheme T Bit: then being extensively used in
He would repeat lhat Govern- Britain In fact, the British Milk
ment was embarking on too big a Marketing Board planned to step
scheme. He felt that a small up the average production of
depot should first be put up in cows to 600 gallons a year by the
some area and if this venture method of using the best bulls.
proved successful then another in
some other dt.-.i
Mr W A Crawford (C) said
that he merely wanted, at lhat
stare, to refer briefly to the sug-
Mr. Dowumg said that the
matter was brought before the
House Just before the Easter
recess and members on the com*
ittee were unable to be 09 tlior-
ttOStion in the report that Uicj o^ M the> .hoiud have been,
should give more assistance to A[ lne one meetinR mey had had,
people who owned or wanted to tney wett ^ly ab|f t0 dtjcm, t1
own cows. among themselves.
The Peasants' Loan Bank ad- if m* scheme were gone into
v a need loans to people for the without careful consideration
purchase of livestock The last frorn every possible angle and it
financial yen it advanced $81,960 became a failure, the dairy indus-
on the seven-year credit basis ,rv f Barbados would also be
and the only reason why more failure. So it was for them to be
had not been advanced was be- very careful in their replies to His
cause of the restriction of the Excellency.
Act Before 1939 very few
Section 2 of the Act specifically terested in the dairy industry or
defined the peasant owner and thought of encouraging it in Bar-
people falling outside the cate- bados. After the war bioke out.
gories specified were excluded however, the Agricultural Depart-
liom securing loans. The direc- ment and the Barbados public be-
tors had devoted attention to the gan to realise the necessity of
rtoblem and were attempting Jo being able to produce dairy prc-
llberdiic the scope of UW Bank, ducts.
Before he left the colony. Mr. At the time, however, there w
E. H. ! Ward was nskod to pre- difficulty because of the war
pat il cium.ui i-i on the obtaining machinery,
matter which he did. The recom- Referring to the present situa-
mcndalions of Mr .* J. Wake- tion of dairymen in Barbados. Mr
field on agricultural credit hac! Dowdlng said that their Job was
l>een considered ind t"e miller the mast unenviable in the world
had been referred *o fie Alb i ne> The dairyman was called upon at
Ofoaral who had been akcd to all hours of the night and day to
idvise on tha mtaourti to Meun look after his cattle, in order lhat
a title where none cxisbv! except, he might earn the very small re-
rvossessory 'without pn*iuJ>e to ward he got for his labour. This
the real owner, th.- result of Uo applied to employee
which would enable an occupier crrncd with that Work.
of land to secure a loan based on a Mr. Doweling spoke of the ud-
. iililc ile of loan vantages of dairying, among
This.* while providing security, which he listed, the provision of
would preserve the rights of the
'"^i ownor\ ,. vn-n uc-jf the" disadvantages, he asked hon.
Wifh regard the scheme ttjaU, membm , ,*.ar ln nillll, fr*
he thought that future results whJ|e n food cQW for |nstlincri
would disclose the prognostications f1wl MQ ,n ,fl48 (h(j( W|m0 (OW
of the Senior Member lor St. I-ucy ntfW p^t 135o Another disad-
romplelelv to be unjustified. intage was labour dinVultlol dlM
As Boon at the depot started , ;ong hours and the .,
to pptrato, he slrould not be sur- s,hool* t pnsed if small land owners eon- Some anaiiyi'im-nt lot this teach*
centmted on cows and fixider ing, ha ihought. could bo under-
lathcr than can- f-r the ntc- taken at the Pine
lories
The nicmorandum which ac
cnmpanied the message from the,
governor stressed the vital pan
which the developed dairy indus-
try would play in the economic
expansion of the olony and in
laisim: the nutrit onal s'andart
ot the community.
That point could not be over-|
Just Received
FRESH. DELICKH'S
"MOIRS"
CHOCOLATE BARS
FROM CANADA
: kinds to choose from:
MILK CHOCOLATE
PLAIN CHOCOLATE
NIT MILK
IMlRDEAt'X
MINT PATTY
PINEAPPLE
Price : 16 Cents per Bar
BRUCE
WEATHERHEAD
LIMITED
Head of Broad Slrvt
lie then mentioneil what he
MacKenzie
Named New
Churchwarden
Of Christ Church
The Christ Church Vestry, at
then meeting yesterday afMl aoOQ
appointed Mr. C. S. MacKensle
Churchv.ar.len for the year 1051-
52 The Vestry commended Mr.
.M.iiKim/ic f<>r the work he did
Senior Guardian during the
Parochial year 1950Si
Before the appointment Mr II.
St.G Ward, outgoing Church-
warden, expressed his thank-, to
the entire parochial staff for
iheir help and co-operation
'I roughout his period. The Ma-
tron, Nurses and Poor Law In
pector had rendered their ser-
vices unsparingly and he wunte<;
to place on record his apprecia-
tion for their co-operation
He said that th* Storekeeper
had always been of inestimable
value by turning his hand lo aid
any task The Medical Officers
had been thorough in their work
,d had given freely of their
ne to the service of thi I
the parish
He said Hint representations had
been made by the Nursing Staff
of the Almshouse for an increase
in their salaries and he recom-
mended that an incremental basis
be adopted as is done in Govern-
ment.
Mr MacKenzie proposed that
Mrs. H A. Talma be appointed
Senior Guardian for the period
195152 and Mr. C Hill. Junto.
Guardian. This was carried.
The appointments to the otner
boards were as follows: Com-
missioners of Highways: Messrs.
H St C. Ward; CM. Drayton;
H. G. Games; C. S. MacKen/le;
and G. C. Ward. Commissioners
of Health: Messrs. C. S. Mac
Ken/ie; V. W. A Chase; F. C.
Goddard, M.C.P.f G. C. Ward
id H. St G. Ward. Trustee of
the Archer Gttlens Trust Fund
Hon. A. G.Gittens. Tuner of the
organ nt St Bartholomew's
Chapel: Mr. L. O. Gittens.
Keeper of the organ motor at the
Parish Church: Mr. F. W. God-
dard; Snr. Tuner of the organ ai
the Parish Church Mr. E. J.
Bouvier Professor J. S. Dash
was re-appointed Chairman of
the Hurricane Relief Committees.
The representatives on the
Board for appointing Rectors and
Vicars are as follows- Parish
Church: Hon. D. G Leacock and
Mr J E. Webster; St. Bartholo-
mew: Messrs. 11. C. Sealy and
Samuel Moore; Vestry: Mr. C. S
MacKenzie.
The Vestry agreed to allow the
clerk lo advertise for lenders to
reel a pavilion, level the ground
and build the approach to .the
Playing Field at Sergeants Vil-
lage. This land is about three
acres and OWncd by Messrs.
Qentral Traders.
After reviewing the annual
value per acre of land for the pur-
pose of laying rates, the Vwtrj
agreed, on the motion of Mr
George Ward, that the amount,
for many years which stood at
10 80 le iinrc-sed to $19 20.
The V. i pi Iho annual
grant of S480 f.i sanitation and
repairs ..t tha olarna nl irj
o be allocated by Ihe Director of
Edid jlion
The Bill to make pre.
the control and use of thi
iround sources nl water supply
'.and and other nutters
connected, was given Its second
reading in the House of Assembly
yesterday
Before ihis was done atwne
T.embers of the Opposition ana 'he
other side as well, drew attention
to section S which thOJ
nut might create a hardship on
some people, especially the poor
section ot the community,
riie - -
(11 No person shall, after 0
date to be specified by the Gov-
rnoi m Bxacutlva Commlttae i>>
order published m UM 00
Gaaottn (isteatn
the specified date*
(a) sink any well or deepen an
-.ell with the obj -1 of
ibitraettni undargroand '
diei-efrom or convert a well 0 |
inatty punk for any "'her purpo.-e
(b) make any nibatantlal i
unvtton of aoj mil: oi
ter from anv well (wnal
existence on too opeclnod date or
otktrwiM); unleai bo shall Brit
obtain a licence from the Bo.|id
a i-. di
(d) sink any well or ear*) Mil
.vation or
lini weii with
UM objc.l of Uateg for the di--
Ihei wai i
or cause or sufT.
eralions to be earned out in
hele BrM obtain a permit in writing that ontk
(2i An.%a1terati.ei whkh r. U, Mr C ha-eN suggestions.
:reases o. U designed to Increase | Hm Mi ,..,,. Jgj (ll. w ^.j
I to know thai Itopa Wi Uld M taken
lo amend the Adult Suffi iflO Act
Id provision for such cJisttu-ls UfMataT Section 4 4
Special Registration of Voters (Henri.il i Act.
Mr. Chandler, speaking on the Resolution which
fad concurred in by the LoffttuaUvo Council yesterday
said he could not fiml his distnc: in ),o Resohilion.
The Hon. Colonial Secretary promired to check tip
on the matte
done Me (ihe Colonial Secre-
tary) was asking then r
apprcval of the
at that meeting
Where omiuions
cemed. he assumed that if the
omission was an important one.
an amending Otdei
sent down. He would
the question of Mr Chandler*
supposed disenfran. I
with the Island I .,
If on amendment mm
he would see that it was done.
As far as polling p]
that it was piopecl to rhanio ^on'<'r''<, he did not think tl
thai ii after the prelim man work ,h,,>' ll^','', offaol the Order b
t) DraeU '' ''' ""' ,,,ul1111 *"* had be
cable to do ro, drawn up m accordonca
rhoi JSacratary aal thai V1
which the bland '""' "" would i i
.<- ii.,- ,, uh
. Ivtn by Mr i. A, Chi un ltri ihe lla '
who had been responsihi, i, th* Stli
taking ot the last
Motion SiM-nnderl
Hon h .% Cuki i i
ice in the
n, supported the Coomlol
Secretary's statement about Mr
Chase, and said he had had muCfl
oatporlenco rn dividing up Iho >-
land into di-trictv He thought
whole Mr. Chase had
The Revdutio
I
I M
ea|>ah|i> of
horizontal area or the
well or the power UtilUod to rai-.-
mstov rrorn such well rn the di
harge of mtar ratrad shall be
deemed to be a substantial jlt< .
gtlon within the mooning "f nib-
itton 111 it.) of th,- section:
Provided t.-.at in ihe
US reau which is m existeice
lien this Act comes Into loi .
and which is then used for tho
abstraction of undorgnsuri n
licence to oontlnuo l i
of the particular well shall riot
be nv|uired until the expiratio:
Of one month after Ihe specific.
date, or if an appla ation is inao
for a licence, until the oppUcatlo
is disposed of i.v the B*ird
The object* and reasons of th"
Bill state lhat the Hill seeks to
make provision for tho control and
beneficial use of the undergroun i
fresh water resources of the Islam
The Senn and Roddam report
form that there are two typev < I
underground fnofa water
(I i Stream" water.
(2) "Sheet" water
"Stream" water (lows through
the coral along the surface of tin
impervinii, stratum, until 11
reaches mean sea level when It
becomes "sheet" water, the sur
face of which Is maintained .t ot
l bout mean sea level by the
flucnce of the -.ea.
Both "stroiii >nd boat" watw
n be of inestimable value lo the
Island, not only as u source
drinking water but as a path
source of water for agrlcultu
purposes
To ascertain the ilin
these underground streums and ''"t1' ^
the extent to which H H Nl '' '
Ml ot
and
,.!'.. !
Act that il wa
I to amend He was also
ow lhat the COft of elec-
thfl Ootwrol Assemb.ly
would bo bomo !> the Central
(i, vamment,
A i as he saw with regard
to the dividing up of the Island
into Registration Distmts. he
thought -b.i! ii rna qutto unneees-
ary to havt u many polling
plafi Uraro were districts.
Not only would it be unnecessary
expense, hut to his mind it would
bo dlmcutl to v.uik
At the last elections at St
tie. rgo, than ami one polling
place for the whole pari-h TbafO
wo*, the top floor and the ground
door of the St George's B,;s'
School und Ihe VesUy a small
space contiguous to the Church",
and in reality, one polling place.
)f course, it was arranged alpha-
botkaUr*
Suar I i- |iiii For
VrlfitratitPii
rUNOSTON, March 20
Tin-. >eai's labour dlaluibanroi
in the Jamaica sucai industry .i|>-
peaied sett let I lo-<)av .is the Sn*;..i
Maniilactiiieis Association, the
Busiamante Industrial Tl ado
Union and Ihe Trades Coin i iv
gress came to an ngieement at tho
Lauoui Doportmoot Conlaraneo on
rbttratlon ptoetodlngs
winch ill bo beM shortly lo de-
termine a suitable wag* ' i
ihe industry Contracung partial
agreed to invite IhTOUgh UM Ooi
ernment Btitllh lanbaaty in
Washington, Labour Counellh l
A M tloidon. to ha
" igri od ti oppointmont
..t one 11 I T U IWO I l I
assessors and in SM \
sors. It was ogriod t* sub-
mit to this body Ihe union elnim
tm ba raoaad wigoi ovai ai
bOVO 10 per cent of the eifei ||
rood? I>emg paid lo Nfli
by manufacturers. Datea were oh ..
settleil for holding a poll on 16
f the 23 estates to dotliiiihio
hlch union holds the ballot
oower among ihe workers
m KxdA
@Vh tUJDJm
OCCOALO/l
on Aals at the
[coding AJtehBA
-.''S,',:'.:v.'.'.'l-.'.'.';;.'.'.'.'.:'.:v.'.'s.'.:'.'.v."
Double*
in-i\t
. Further Consideration
*Tiat polling place had deal*,
with 1,900 people, and there wa*1
i i.: difference between that
figure and the 450 people which it
wai. propo*ed to huve In one did-
tilct under the new Order. He
had been hoping that the Colonial
would have told them
that the proposal was still Opt 0 Ul
luPiher consideration.
I Hue that there would be
people who would be voting in
' time and who nnuln have
:Mculty in understanding
whist WOl 10 be done- but as he
| .ii.- there was a grant
bet-.c- n 1.000
would In- extraordinarily
water can be pumped without
during salinity from the < <.
! are to i- cortiod out m
the near future.
Meanwhile it l ,,. .. ,.,,,, ir|S| to* divis.
v sable that there should be n land Into distncU, sold
delay ln Imposing some measure -i,. pit. i<
of control over the present undet
dV ult to get the right type
I>erson us presiding OffkOr, aim
Upl .' t the presiding oflleer
. .11,ng places
ground sources of fresh water
as to prevent the possible reduO
tion or contamin-ition tin
to conserve and control the volume
of such undcrgrounil watei
The Bill therefore seeks to set
up a Water Board, consisting of
the Director of Agriculture, the
Chief Engineer of Ihe Water Works
Department and other persons
onpotntOd by the Govcrnor-in-
i i Committal aha I tl
responsible for odmimsterlng the
provisions of the law Any prison
agrieved by a decision of a Board
shall have the i ighl to ap|ieid to
the Governor-in-Kxecutive Com-
mittee.
The Bill contains nothing thai
does not appear in slrnll il
tion in other countries and hat, It
some extent, been long OVOrdUt il
the island
The Bill will 1m- considered ir
Committee on Tuesday next
NO SIGN YET
BUENOS AIHKS, March 29
With only three days to go, there
Wrero still no signs UMU
from Argentine mOOl till I I
have been going 00 hon- ilnoo
tin- beginning of the month.
i:. .n, r
was merely express-
ing the view that it was not neres-
iaq have 111 polling places
Under the Order there would he
Irt polling places in St George, and
only 11 icfWOU, There were not
enough Govornrnaot buildings for
,-e, as far as he saw
Approval Asked
The Colonial Secretary reply-
ing said that the Island Super-
visor was particularly anxious
that the legislature should ap-
prove the Resolution bof.....
April I. go he could not proi red
with his work before th.it
BLACKOUT
There was n bLtcfcOUl in the
Leeward Parishes f.om about 6.13
loch tool riight One m two
laeborb had to stop vnsrh i>cciis..
nayce ear no current i
..." llu .t own tin
rent and continued giHiding canes.
In The House
1 enlerttay

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A HnoluOuo lu v.r, Utr N.I.*.lUl.
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ritlDW. MARCH :UI 19.-.I
BARBADOS VnVOCATF.
PACI -.his
CLASSIFIED ADS.
IM IH H \OIUIS I IM HLM WI>S
TILEPHOMI 1*0*
am (feirire 11 M
M on Junean
Birth*.

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Hjnikfu. PmUii. Acknov-
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i .-o (I M or. luadiyi
area up to M.
3 ntiu per wee"
canta per nord
Min^ul wart.
i Sunday*
I>I1.I>
tithi n ... K.-.T..I r-iiwi
funeral will leave tier laie reaiSarar*
l Vlll*. BUe Rock -i *J0
-(-lock Hit* evening In. It

Per** Clarke *.
IN MBBtOUAM
RROM* |, |,.vmg Mrifio.v of KUJA11
IJ. BRUME who de*rll
this life on Harm . 1MB
lad father, brother and uncle
Drai u the rivr. the memory aweel.
Boon we .hall ni i Je.ua- feet
| lth Hie ransomed host.
The trlunpn. Ol Redeeming MM
Martin U>ih*i 'torn. Joshua and Clyde
Brother.'. Maude. Malvlra. Naomi and
Zuletka iSlster.' ; Wynlord. Carltele.
.Id and Dktna. .NcoheW. .
. i km attnetaM. Amethyit.

30 1 SI-On
MM K i, Mj memory ol Jo
Rock wh., dirt on Stir. Mart-
One ad year ha. passed MM
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Bui he la sate In Bat arm* of
There bv Ml> in.i- and grace
I)
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a)
Ever to bo remembered by hi. lamllv
. i.rkl.Wnfred. Cartlla.
Carmen, Cnve .children'. lUaa t grand-
dilld*. Amy Dock ida HtS A Paper* pit.".
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Mi"'""" cKaro, bee*. TJ cent* a
M caul. SMaddifi M uwrta oeer
*< I eears c tvotd link-4 mil
word Sundm^i
NOTICE
ra the estate o(
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AUTOMOTIVE
CAR IMI I
Ma. than J mu
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an Saloon. Ucenaed
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POST OFFICE NOTICE
I'ARCKL POST
In consequence of a Regulation
made by the G<
UvfJ Committee on Ihe 21st March,
1951. with effect from the 2nd
April Ihe Parcel Post Brunch im
the Wharf will be open to Qm
general public as follows:
(a) Week days (except Sat-
urdays) from 8 a.m. to 3
p.m
(hi On Saturdays from 8 am.
to IJ noon.
General Post OfThw.
24th March, 1951.
28 3 512n.
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IKIUEKATOR: Amarlcan Oan.
I workinf
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OOAT One wall brad Alp.,,.- .i.
Hivin* plnta dailyklddrt S *" n
Apply to Mr. W Davu. Rrlllon.
I'-, id ] bbI ... Ml
TAKE NOTICE
du MAURIER
Tarn.-
IM w.>k!
AIM In
NOTICE I* llBRXRV nr\'EN that all
PaVMBS hav.ni an> dab) or claim.
*''< lh EaUli- of Hugh Ciarancc
CUrke. rlrmwd. Uta of Hart'a Oap. in
Ihr pariah of ChrUI Chur.li In Ihla lalanl
"ho died on Ih* 9th day of Ortooar
ltfl ir.taautr. -le ro,urtrt 10 (and In
parlKuLus of Ihalr claim, duly aiiaalci
la tha uaMarannadJ T*w J>ubUc Trurtaa.
I' a Ha>aaa at OrtBiin. Solicitor a, Bo
11 Uuih Btrral, BrlalPto. n. on or tt~
fara IHo tin day of M-. IMI. a*,
whir* data I .hall pmrert lo dlatrlBul.-
tno aaaata of tha Mirnrd amonp lha
pariiaa ontlilrt ir.ar.lo havir^ recar.l
only lo aurh clalnu of ".huh 1 .-.11 ihd
^' "I '< and 1 -ill not ha llab'a
l* * ?V m 'ny 9mn ,n"f o
aa'i'ouiid to anv paraon of whoa* d*M
or riatm I ahaU not liian RSH h-^
And all paraona IndabUrd lo tha aa.l
Mala arc raquralad lo aattla Uiair aaid
BaSaaiadnaaa without dalay
Dalrt thM Jtth day of rpbruary, PS1
THE PUBIJT THt-RT
T. T HKADLEY.
Qualifatd AdmirilOratoc of lha Latalc .f
Hugh Clatanca CUrk.
dcearrt
H.IS1- 4-.
""" rnm^o II : oa araak-ddpa
FOR ItlM
- ..j.u.. :
RFAI. ESTATE
BUNGALAW- Navy Gardeni.
anSf oaar M
laaak4 raU
HOUSES
TAKE NOTICE
Thai J II UUtTWLSTI.E A COMPANY
LIMITED, o Britlah Company ho>.-
iradc or uualrroi addraw tl Grairf Road
MlUa. Orana Road. Haallnsdan. Lan-
riahirr. E.,Bland. Spinnar* and Manular-
lurera. ha. appllrt for lha rca-imatton
of a lia.l<- mark In Pail "A" of Rrglata-
In raapaal of prcrr pood, wholly or
mainly of cotton, not waterproofed or
lalnpcooted. and arUrlea of clollum awl
watarproofed m ralnprooled. and Kill be
mtuled to reciilar lha aama after one
month from Ihe nth day of March 1UI
tnlri* anmr perann ahall in Ihe inean-
lirao give notice in duplarale to m* it
my ofTX-a of oppoallaan of .uch reputr^-
llon. Th- iride mark can p| .-
-pplic.iturn at tii. office
Dated Ihla 22nd day of March. IMI.
II WUJ 1AM'
Rei.lrar of Trade M.rk..
am Sn
* abo.c .ill be art up lor aalo al
UUon at our urnce in l.ucaa
't. rt.ida-etoa.-n. on Erlday, lha Oi
of March IMI. at I p.m
lARPJNtiTUN MEALY.
ATTRACTIVE PURNIIHB) FLAT
Main M. Ha.lin. fact., -tea fCPdllah
luth wllh Heater
tr roupar. Trlepr-ona IMa
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ma know led pa ol
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..ilije.1 .nd willing
OnVe encased In Acro-.n.'
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BwABBB IN COMPANIIH
Barhadoi Fmii.i't
rlarbalo* Redlf-
UnfUrniahed Flat
SI Itr .
BOTTUM Bchweppaa Tonic Water
B. tile. Mr per dor Applv lo Johnaon
m s ii-in
Friday Nth
I I., t i ....
''Till\ (ATFORn Ai Co
M 3 H- an
MARINE GARDENS New
1 brtroon. w.th r.itiri.na walee. kulll In
narJrobai and all modern coixveniencea
I one. teaar preferred Apply Mr. Fried-
MB, Hotel Royal. U J 81 I.I h.
AUCTION
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
ruvbj* Cam
' Croaa Bna.t Ele.
Apply wRInn to
Ho-all
VINCENT OaVJflffll
AtartaS 'ii
71) SI- tn
I'lJKASANTON Wurthiruj main ltd
riilo*ea gallery. 3 bedroom., drawliuj fa
aiump looma See*mil. room OatiM*
.i-i .11 mvdarn convenMnce*. Phone I7M
AvilaMa from Ul April
at in in
siuv
TAKE NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE
That J. II. 1HHTWISTI.E A COMPANY
I1MITF1I .. Brlllah Company, mhoae
trade or buitnc*. addre.i la Grane Roal
Mllla. Grane Head. Ha.linaden. Lan-
eaahira. England. Splnnen and Mamifac-
Inrera, ha. applied (or the replalralMHi
of a trade mark In part "A" of llesider
in icipact of piaew pood, wholly or
mainly of cotton, nofj aterpiooled or
lAlnproofed. ..nd aitir-le. of rlolhi-.p. not
laateiproolrt or ralnproofrt. and will be
n.tlllrt to rrtliler Ihe aame alter aaw
month from the Ilth ri.n of March IM'
unleu -.in
my office of
application i
D.te.1 tl.M
lay Of 1
i it>ipl"-tr 1
MECHANICAL
HICYC1-KS Wllh and without Ihra--
aporta for l^dlea. GenU and children
Becure voura now Courteiv GaraaT.
Whltepark Rd. Dial 4*l JJ 3.91-n
t(ie irnntc ..tloi.
nU-YCI.F. ACCE5SORIER Pumpt.
Liddle.. Connoctlona. Palchlng Kit..
wheel, etc. Apply Courtesy (Jara*.
I Od. Dial 43*1. EfJSl- 4Vi
Bicycle.
BJSBl-tf.n.
I. 14th dnv nf March IPS'
II Wll LLAkU
Rep.tiar of Trade M.uRv
211 J 51Jn
TAKE NOTICE
HEMO
COMPANY.
..I mating umte
In- law. Of tl>* State ot New Jeiaev
I'nlled Stale* ol America, whoaa IrJd'
or biiUnaaa addroaa la 3M M.ndl>
faw York. FMate nf New York
UMJt M.mufalurwT. hat applied for
lie regt.irttlon of a liada mark in Part
"A" of Regular In reaped of aubatancea
nard aa fooda and at Inaredlrnta in foodi:
J invahda- fooda; prurrmacau.
lie a I preparation., and *Hl I
to regl.ter the wme nfler one monih
Irom the IHIh day of M-rch 1PS1 un*-*
aom* paraon .hall In the mc ml tine nivr
notice in duplicate to me at my otllct
..f oppoailmn of auch regHtratlon. Tht
trade mark can be aaen on appllcatior
Datad tim Bnd
of Mar.-h. IP
i *nu*Aau
of Trade Marl
TAKE NOTICE
CONTINENTAL
mlJi'" I>
Thai CONT1NFNTAI. 1-OODB. INC.
corporaUoi. of the Sl-U of Delam-
nhoM Uada or bualtu
New Jonay. Ualtod *
Munufactuiera. haa applied
ragtatralton of a trade "ark Hi Pjti
A of KegUtor in reapeel of rnodalurla,
MtkM .......gredienl. of
aoupa. and will be entitled V. regi-tn
Ihr HIIW afler one month from the
991 h d at >!!"' I"' ,,,,
urnoii *ha In the meanllme pi
., my otner. ol oppo-
a.tion of Mich reflrtratH*n Tin- it-.l
mark ran bg -en .m applh-allon
M
m
AU.LIAMS
USE MORE
DISTILLED WATER
fr>h nipplaf. available dally
;;- NATURAL G Plant ree-ni-
III rn.ute t-.i.tomer.
with co.itanl .in :
|3 per aalkyn Cat n
sr .....""",M i -;
MISCELLANEOUS
BATHS In Porcelain Enamel.
While. Green. Prlmroae with matching
i to complele colour aullea. Top
a A BARNES a CO.. Ltd
MUl-lf
1JN1>S S.. Troplc.il Bo Cool
Modern' Woven blind. In beatilll.it W
i Sweden. And M < .tl. tl^r
* Mat. from Japan At Ham.
Hitting Dept :-' I ~-l
CURTAIN FITTINGSFor amart win-
dow atyllng. light control. Valancea and
draperle.. By Klrach. Dial 4tl A.
BARNES CO.. LTD. 13 2 M 1 f n
DBaO* FBJCEZECapacity a gal In
(reliant wi.rkmg order Al Ralph A
Beard a Show Boonia. Hardwood Al'-y
i tn s -"
VENETIAN BLINDS. Klrach Bun-nlra
all mel.il Det.imc Venaltan blind*, lo v Ire- fattrvpry 3 wecka. DUI 4474
\ BAHNES a Co.. Ltd.
II I IIt f r.
TAKE NOTICE
DISPA
Tli.iI PETUt LUNT A COMPANY
LIMITED. ,. limned li.ibillly company
incorporated under the lawa of Graal
builneaa addiea.

caihlre. Engl..nd. hai applied for Ih-
iegl.tr.iHon of a trade ^uik in Part "A'"
of Hegi.ter In re.pei' of aoapi < other
lhan mad Ico lad aooi
ancea for laundr..
purpo, and will be
the aame alter one m. ilh from the Ifth
, gg h net l' '! i ,leu ma pftan-
ahall In the meanllr give nollce "

i ivcrt raglrt Hon. The Irada

oflkre
D-led thl. Mud d.i of March. IMI
WILLIAMS.
,f Tn.de Mark.
ja;iM :
TAKE NOTICE
KLIM
Th.it TUT. BORDRN
(orpoiaUon oiganlied am
Ihe lawa of Ihe Slate I
United SUfel of A merle
or btlpBWM addreaa Ii
Avenue. New York. Btali
I'SA. Manufacture., ha
regulratlnn of a trade m.
of Kciii-ter in rerpect
f New Jeiaev
a. whoae trad
MJ H I:
of Rtra Y.v
applied for lit
irk In Part "A
u balance.
fooda and ' Ingredient, in food..
Mania" and invalid*' food.; pharmaeru.
t'cal preparation*, and will be entltl (I
lo rrgwler the aame afler one
month from the Mth day ol H
i-nleaa *oma peraon ahall in the mantlm-
give notice In duplicate lo me at mr
.fllre of oppoalllon of auch ieglalratl.ui
The trade mark ran lie aeen en opplK j-
Dated i
office.
- Brat ii.'
rch. IMI
I* Mr* (? SYMMONDS ^
*1 and the members of S
>0 6 CUB .;
ind Ticket holder*
TAKE NOTICE
DRIMIX
ThJt THE BORDEN COMPANY.
(i.rpnrallon organired and ettllng under
Ihe Uwi Of the Stale of New Jeraey.
United Sl'le. of America, wltnae trade
oi bualnea* addre** U 330 Mndlaon
Avenue, New York, SUte of New York.
I'SA Manufacturer*, ha. applied mr th-
tratlor. of a trade mark in Part '
of Hegi.ter in reapect of aubataince.
tmxt' and a. Ingredient* In food.
Infant, and Invalid.' food*; and nill
ent tiled to regl.ter the aame afier
l Iron, the Mlh dar ot
a-jirch. IMI. unle*a aome per eon .hjll
the meantime give notice In duplicate
ma al my oltke of oppoalllon Of
ich reglrtrallon. The trade mark can
r aren on application at m/ ofRce
-'" "' " "".."^S*-'."''

Fim.Iv Frtilir lu
, ii TBtnorrow nifht |
(Murrh 31-t
| '-
^t the
GtrV InduntrUI
>*.'-*,'e'-*.'-*-*e'-*'*'*-''*-'-''''-***''''-*'"
A. M. WEBB
STO( KBROKKIt
Barbados Bonds and Shares
Oversea Investments
Bought and Sold.
33 Broad St.
(Ovit Phoenix).
TAKE NOTICE
BIG BEN
That J II BIRTWISTLE A COMPANY
LIMITED, a Britlah Company, nhi
trade or bu.lne.* addr.-. I) llr.ntc BC
Mill*. Grnne Road. H.ilmgden. U
cjahlre, England. Spinm-r. and Matuili
Uire... h... applied for the regl.tiation
Ol trwda mark in Part "A" of Reputi
in reapect of pnve good* wholly i
mainly nf cotton, not waterproofed i
i.in.......fed. and a.licle* of clothing, nol
waterproofed Of i-inpruofed. and will be
entitled lo regl'ter Ihe aame afler or*
Hi from Ihe Jfth dav of Match IM
*a aome peraon ahall in the mean
give notice In duplicate to me> a
onVe of oppoaltton of awch regtaUa-
. The Irade mark ran be ieen -
application at my office
Dalrt ihla Bud ory of March. IMI
II. WILLIAM*
Begirtrar of Trade Marka
I JBI
05
0
fl":
That LARUB BROTHER COMPANY.
corporation organurt and fpk^gaM
under the lawa of Ihe Slate of Virginia
United Stale* of America, whoae
bualnea* addreaa fej Biohnamd.
VirginW. USA Manufacturer*, has
plied for Ihe reputration of a trade
rk In Parl A" of Reglater in reapect
cigarette*, cigar., wnoking and chew-
ing tobacco of all kanda. tobacco and
lobnrco product, of all kind., muff and
ke.a arlkrlea of all kind., and will
ntitlrt lo regular Ihe tame after
namth from the Mih day ol
March IMI unleaa aome peraon ahall
. the meanllme give notice In duplicate
i me at my office of opposition of iucn
gi.tiati.ai The trade mark can be
en on a pp IK at ton at my office
Dated thl* Mth day of March IMI
It. WIUJAMH.
ReatUlrar of Trade Mirk.
391 3n
T.C!.A. Will Provide
Longer Vuculion
For Holiday SeeAers
.Prom Our Own Correapoudenti
PCiRT-OK SPAIN. March 21
Trans-Canada Airlintf* will
provide holiday wcket-. wild ,i
lotuxer vacation und lonfltnT
ticket validity. UuruiK the sum
mcr excursions, the company's
;* |..outhent Bervlces are featuring a
60-dav excursion from Canada
to the Cinbbetin and a 30-day
. ,. 11 n to Bermuda. TtaJ 'W
d> nnuaaon nn bMd oo
api-i-iMiH i'.'I.' OM KBd 'hinl t.f
Ihe regular ontj wi| fun-, will
be kooI for travel on T.C.A.
roiiU-s in either dlrectnm. In-
tween Tampa and Nassau or
Kingston. Iielween MriHllQl aW (
Barbados or Triniila.i.
tween Canada ami any of these
IMMEDIATE CASH for dUmond Jewel-
.17. old China. Wlver and ShanVld PUte.
Phone etta or call at aoKHlNGES. ad-
nr.inj H.->al Yacht Ctub
JBI T F N.
SHIPPING NOTICES
ROYAL NETHtRLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
fr'rl.a Jtnd* m""*M!
MS -W.ileei.aud 12th April IMI
.411 IN It TO AMaiERBAM 4
FI.TMOI m
MS
M S
M S OranjeoMd" aath March IMI
M s ^iivrralad'' 21th April IMI.
P MUaaOM. BON Co I Id
IMMEDIATE CASH for
ktry. gold nugget*, coina. n
Old B W I Slaenpa
Ar-'-ue Shop. DM1 <4M.
GORRINOBB
M1SItJn
A number of aecond-hand
K-rlv.ll.- Spoonaia
LOST A MM Ml
LOST
pk,.
.ell'* Coa.t Oond rewai
Two T'dad Public
Servants Fiii^'d
POHT-OF-SPA1N. March '27.
Immigration Constable Edward
Salvaton and Conrad Findlay. a
policeman of the Fire Brigade.
W*n ih ordered to pay JIOO
tine nnd $15 cost by Mr. Garvin
Scott, M.igi-ttate in a Police
Court today. They were found
guilty of "conspiring to procure
the issue of a fabricated travel
permit" They were accused by
Sub-Inspector John of conspiring
together with other persons un-
known lo procure a fabricated
travel permit for Virginia Spen-
cer, a native of St. Vincent, who
remained In Trinidad under the
name of Aril>ellu Spence. De-
cision cBtne within two werks
after the case began before the
Magistrate. Handing down his
decision the Magistrate described
the offence as "parlicularly
:-! lOUi
cfend
certain
Wilkin
Worship
U'l-nuse the
,11'/. were public
entmrted to perform
duties. Sub-Inspector
son said "I ask your
to take a very serious view of
this case and impose such a pen
alty as would act as a deteirent
for other public officers" The
defendants after their Counsel
had pleaded for the option of a
fine were given two months to
pay with an alternative of thrtv
months in prison.
DOG Strayed from Buae< mil LB
Joerpn On Monda atleinoon Wire-
hpfrad t'ovterrier iRilih< aniwarlng in
- i'. ..11,,,, irad-
iruj to iccovrry. will be auitabi) re-
aide.l Ring M?
P J SI In
5 FOR WOUNDING
A fine of 5 to be paid '> *-
.'..ilmenis or in default two
months' inijiiisoiiniem with hard
labour was yeMcnlny imposed on
Leopold Taylor ,i 3(1 ytfU OM
labounr ol Wort Hall, Bl PhlUp.
\>s TTis VVni-lii|i Mi .; II (Jrifflth.
Ailing Police Magi-.tr.itc ..I Dis-
trict "C"
Taylor was found guilty of
WtHindlug Cleopatra Brathwiute Ol
Rbhy, St Philip, with a knife on
her leli ri.in.1 The Mpatita 1
ct minuted mi March 27.
i.oviii\>iim NOVICE
ATTENTION 1- drawn to the Control of Pri.es (Defencel
(Amendment) Order. 1951, No 7 whuh will be published In the Offl
da Qtuattc of Tburaday 29th March. 1951.
2. Under Ibih Order the maximum wholesale ami Mt.ul selhiig
(; 4 s.1.,1.. 1 ud invallv maiiiif.ictiireil. Mnrgnrine (a)locally
BU utai'liirf.l and oii-K-lihl'-" lr aa follows:
ARTKT.K
1 "Bomber" Blue
Mnttlrd
i "Bonilwr"
Cream 1-au
(11 Raven Brand
. _id) Pelican Brand
lard locally
feet I
MARC.ARINE
(a) locally
faclurcd
TAKE NOTICE
PENNZOIL
IM THE PTNHEOII, COMPANY, a
cotporatiun organised and eliding under
he lawa of the State of California,
United Slatea nf America, whoae uade
, fa ..,, aj .,,1 Bpsi >..; - ill. H-t-'
Street I-. Angela.. Callfoenla. USA,
Manufacturer-, haa applied for the regu-
lation of a irade mark In Parl "A" ol
Kegl.ter in retpect of motor fuel*, lubri-
cant oil., and lubricant grease*, and mill
he entitled to regl.ter Ihe aame after
on month from the Sith day of March
IPS! unleaa aome person ahall In the
meantime give notice In duplicate to m*
at mv 0flice of opposition of such irgls-
tr.t.i.n The Irade mark can be *een on
application at mv office.
Dated lh:f Xlnd d-v of M.rrli. IStll
II. WILLIAMS
T'dad Will Pay City
Counoillors83ADay
PORT-OF-SPAIN. March 22
Trinidad City Councillors who
attended all meetings may be paid
Ihi.-v dollars per mreting of not
less than four hours, but no mem-
ber of the Council should recover
more than six dollars a day. This
new expenditure which will cost
the Council about $9,000 to $10,000
per year will be lo meet out-
of-pocket expenses of membera
of the Council incidental |D
attendance at these meetings.
Some members on the Com-
mtttwa suggested a flat rate of
$100 while others suggested $80 for
each member per month, but It */as
eventually agreed that it wgi more
satisfactory to pay on the atten-
dance basis, the amounts to be set-
Beanetrw* of Trade Marks fiance oj*u*, *"<- i"> *------ --
Registrar 01 ^"J^ tIcd al ,ne end ^ each month,
TAKE NOTICE
MILKST0CK
That THE BORDEN COMPANY
rorporatl.' . ..ting undi
the tan of the Stale of New J.rar
United Btte* of America, whe-e Mid*
or buanea addre.* la 300 Mad
Avenur N.w Y<*k. Rt.te of I.aw V
(acturer*. ha* appli-rt Mr the
registration of a trad- mark In Pan A
ol Beauter In reapect of aubatancea uted
M r0da and a. Ingredient* in food*
infiii i> and Invalids' food*, and sill be
entitled M tegl.ter the same after one
month from the Mth day of Moich lSi
_ Llll llim peraon ahall In Ihe meanllme
, Uc in duplicate to me at i
ofnr* ol oppoaltlon of surh regi.train
The Irade mark can be seen on appln
Dated |hl* 22nd day of M.irch. IMI
H WILLIAMS.
Registrar of Trade Mark.
See ns (or -
BRC FABRIC
EXPANDED METAL
TEMPERED HARD BOARD
OUa STOVES & OVENS
Phone
4306
T. HERBERT Ltd.
i:i St 11 Roebuck St., & Magazine Lane.
Ollll vi m
SOUVENIRS. CURIOS.
JFWH.S
New Shipment opened
THANI'S V?
Phon.
1267
"$ood TUmli $oa CUikmolicA...
A N.w Guaranteed Remedy lor the Reliel ol ASTHMA
Df. JOHN'S ASTHMA REMEDY
Thi akillhiUy blended preparation, aaaurtw you ol
immediate relief in this moat diatreaaing diaoaao and
in the result ol year* ol iniensive sludy in Asthmatic
conditions.
Keep a Bottle handy and relieve yourself of tha
constant threats oi Asthmatic attacks.
Retail Price!12/- Per Bottle
Obtainable at . .
BOOKER'S (Barbados; DRUG STORES
Ltd-Broad Street
and ALPHA PHARMACY. HastingB
WHOIKSAI-K PRICE
(not mure than)
5K> 10 per box of
20 x 21 lb. ban ..
$9 .10 tier liox of
20 X 21 lb. liars .
$10 90 per box of
20 x 21 lb. bars ..
3 cents per lb. in
, OEttaalMfl "f 11 *
and over or 431 cents
per lb. in quantities
under 25 lbs. and
not less than .5 lbs.
$43.00 per 100 lha, in
containers of 3D lbs
o
I*-! 100 lbs. In quan-
nm-v under 30 lbs
and not less than S
lot.
1 $1 82 per gallon in
quantities of 50 gal- 1
Imis anil over or 1
SI.84 per gallon in
quantities under 50
gallons and not IfBBj
than 3 gallons I
RETAIL PRICE
1 nut more than)
54 cents per bar or
131 "n,s l**r
quant* bar.
r.u centl i*r bar
nr 121 cents l*r
quarter bar.
58 cents per bar
,r 141 art* P"
qimrler bar
12 cents per carton
.l.es or 12
cents per enke.
18 cents per lb.
4B rents per lb
or lets than 1 lb
31 cents pei
ounce
5 cents per pint 01
61 1 t-iit-. per gill
tailing salurdav ll.t instant
M V. Taribfoee" will paM
?argo and I'ataengrr. tor Don.ii
ra. Ahllgua. Monlar.rat. Nc,
"id SI Kilt. Dale of departu
lo be unt 1 fled
RW I. SCIIOUNKR
ABSMx'IATlnN
Consignee Tele No
UWNER4
INC
FRENCH LINE
Clr file TransatUatttiue
SAILINGS TO
ENGLAND & FRANCE
GASCOGNE: April 1st
\ ia St. Lucia, Martinique,
Guadeloupe aim Ant.gua
SOUTHBOUND
GASCOGNE: M
Grenada, Trinidad. BriUsh
and French QulaM
' Accepting Passengers.
Mail and Deck Pasarngeri
to Grenada. Trinidad. St
Lucia and Martinique.
I.M.J0NKU...L.<.
Canadiaii National SteamRhips
tirnsiiiiB
SOI'tHBIIIMB
LADY MI.'HV
CAN rtlAI4E\r,FJl
IADY RODNEY
IAOY NFl-teiN
l-ADY RODNEY
I.AJtY M.l .. .
1 \t>\ in.i.Nf.,
Arrtrao
Rarhaona
KUITIhllNII
IADY
l-ADY
IADY
IADY
IADV
l-*lY
N B
Mi BOA
kodney
NB 10*1
II".DM %
;i 1 st in
RODtfll
Arrives Balat Arrive* Arrives Arrives Arrive.
netbado* Berberio* Boaton SI. John Uallfaa Mniitcal
II April 14 April U An. *. _. M Apr
away
ii- ]
SKv
.1 July
.21 Jut..
I Ji.lv
at j.i,
M btd
14 Apr
H Wa)
I J.ilv
I'l
U h
Bubjf,t k> change wtOioiit T
brr. I*amefifci Fare* and I
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. Agents.
PASSAGES TO EUROPE
CooUct Antilles Products. Limited, Roseau. Domlnla., for sail-
Big to Europe. The usual ports of call are Dublin, London, or
Rotterdam. Single fare 70; usual reductions for chUdtcn.
ELDERS & FYFFES LTD.
Lr*
The T.S.S. 4.0I.FITO
will arrive from Southampton ut 7 a.m on
SATURDAY. 31.1 March and will leave the
same clay fur Trinidad. There is limited First
Class accommodation for .hat port.
APPLY
WILKINSON & mm CO., LTD.
ADVEHTiSE
IT
PAYS
(,imat Efjifif'vtif.vtv oils
ARE I1F.ST I1V TEST
DONT ONLY OH. IT-GERM IT
IIMIttl I III MIIH ITU.
Gasolene Statx r- Trafalgar St.
GOOD GROOMING BEGINS
WITH YOUR SHIRT!
YOUR SHIRT is your lirst
step toward a hclter appear-
ance. We help you take that
"First Step" and keep you
ahead of Ihe parade when we
return your ..
SHIRTS
l.tl MtEHEIt
Tit I'l III I < IIO\
v. is ii n FOB t'ASB
Used & Mini Slanps
..( lag British We.l tswUa* OOOP
H.ICtJi PAID at I'ARtnBCAr*
RTAMJ- HOCIETV. No lo-Swan
i Wm. FOCARTV LTD.
Sleek and wrinkle-lre*-
starrhed "just enough"
with Collar* nnd Cuffs.
You'll enjoy that well
(roomed look our Laundry give* your Shirt-..
gatr* Dtm't fFaWfa] any time, send them to-day I
SANITARY LAUNDRY CO.. LTD.
OF BARBADOS
Mark.. Slreel Depot Aquatic flub Gap Depot
St. Lawrence DetKtt VVoodilllc. Countr> Knad. Head Ofllrr
TEL. 35S2
Jisr urn aiii -
A NEW SHIPMENT oi
BALLERINAS
TOELESS and BACKLESS
in BLACK. BROWN,.
JWN,*" -in
REf,EBROWN& $2.29
BLACK COURT *n <\n
STYLE BALLERINAS fl. JO
LADIES' PLAID
SANDALS
(three designs)
$2.02
per. pair
per. pair
per. pair
for greater Com for I in
FOOTWEAR use
BALLERINAS
OBTAIN ABLF. AT
Wm. FOCARTY LTD.
s
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I'M.I I II.Ill
II MIIIAIKI-. Miwil Mi
IRIIiW. MXHfll :lll. 1931
Headmrl Is Victrix Ludorum At St. Michael's vwhtloung
^ Bv CM.VIN A1LFVNF
Girls' School Sports
4 II \ III IS Ul\\
ERNFSTANORYII.I.F ft rdfirlofSl MkhMl'sGirls'
.. proved heritU "top*" as an athlete by ending
am .,' tli- ScMoHl SpniK Fifn.
Nor vi lie I

i
: .
The Intermediate Ch-mpion*hi
wu catri I ft BM KliriOeth *
I V..Mid ***
.hampion of the Juiucr
ilh 21 polnli.
Tlic i .
'
I k*B*tj f..l)...-.|

LiJ2 (w-iTif l
Mbmlca Sur^eaif.
S-hool Cliumpion
At Foundation*
Sargent, i'
': Threading The
NtedaS Skip i I'
IntMsdivl
EaSTf. r'n.. i |
Joy Medford who won the t'aich- iiolnu and "Victoria" 326 i">inti
if.g The Ti-in even: iiW tlie Thre.' Owvnncth Forde won
Legged H.ice jointly with M Bui- Girl.s' Pace in convincing atyte,
She did not Hnd much competition
athletics, it am the other participant- m the
> of the .l,i.
Bne took: u
tic Vi'i'.'.i
iftCe.
Th<. rhamBton <( oia l wa* TI i
.i M I I fay I HI.
Yvonne Klnj Roai n Brj ran .i nan
i ice and de. i I
fcatcd i" Aahby Third was m The I. og Jump evanla wei-3
Griffith Yvonne King won the hold earlier during H*
100 yards and Rack Race. /Ilk jumped 14ft. din.
Jud> foil m wu OiamMOB rt li nen, tn Dlvimou I anal V. Aileyne
Invmon A She ran the 50 yards 'aft l',ins to win in the Inter
and Catching the Train in fine mediate Division
style. <_, A Inrgo gathering of :
At the conclusion Mrs
Ch lleih
Before this took place, Mrs
lenor and the H
each presented with I Ben
IWO of thv Bnalkaat children
the school.
Aitrr the DM omation M..
ChaTTenor said thnt aba
ploasad to Bee how good the race*
were all run.
The results wcie aj follows
I Id mis and friends spent the
K < L tfternot.! with the atria, Ladv
i' BOeoi | Si i i distributed tha
. Ciiai-Bjirophie-.
"Tie mi follows
0 )H K. Nmvlll*- iV>. I lm
an vd. D Clarke IVI, n Thorn..
N SIhUm .A> 19 anil IMOrr
.....
. 1. Giban 0 yardt a Af-.nl ,A.. N Hold-r
C Mm ,- iH n ...,d II
BO vrd- Wo-r.ll iE> A Mm-
B SU Inert .V I"I e a. -ipoo., i luiMf. .r.. i
-m Tv I- Sobei. It and
l-l A W.'
Kinf
100 VARM iCIaaa II-
i-i Y. Km. and M M Cnniiii
M YANK Clata III'
i v srMU i
za YARpa .ci rat
in J. OsrBM ii c i
whistling KAcr. 'rin i a n>
uir Kn.* tad A !!-. mi Nil.
TIIRtAIllM. TIM Ml
1.1 M Rar-
til
IV
Co..
I .i M V.idr. 3rd J
BlumNG i
SACK BACK ..>!-."
Id V Kina. nd B aMOsSMfi * J
---------) RACt tCkaa in iv
i c Tarn. Jni t
""^aTACI* HACT .1 i i it
l.I M Philltp*. l-id M L}nch. Jid V
oTtCHIWQ Tilt THAIS' Chtu III'
m I \ ..nurd. Ind M S*rf9anl. lr C
CaMtar
CAT.HINO THF TRAIN 'Claw IVi
Id J Corbln. Ind M Sk*l. Jid J.
ShaaM.
HIIII*l"l "- hacf
hi K vriioii. md a waicoti
TJ0 YAHIM Op*iii
1*1 R fllll 2>id (' A-hl.\ 3rd M
t.nfl.ti,
WAl.KINC RACE .Opm
f
latefci
M 1 .rnnk. Ind
ftiMlr
ii-l C
L Alt>
Hid A sl'onv HAiT
III M. Cmrman. tnd
B Mavrn
HKill JUMP
it I> Kit
- it 3 M*.
uasTAi.-i r "acs: .cu in-
ianr. ani m sitwim an!
< Cadaiari
POTAi'i UA I I A 11.
Ill O Wall..It Ind II V' -
LyiwR
POTATO IIAcr iCtai ML
S-i*t-3i'.l. Ind V (inmili. Stli
, Apooti
i a
A. II
- (Vt. J
: I
I- Bo-d*. Annr. Vklori..
dill*.
10 Sack Ran- n Oavn 'Bv I
Manifold A. r CniM iEi Senior.
li Potato Raea 0 .\jid a a m.
rarta* >A. I. W*l.-ot. .11 II and 12
Katr f lloldrr iVl li
rk 'V-. P Ha.
vaad -i
Uiidrr
II Huh Jump. V AlWvn* I
1 Wnirrll iBl, A Uarihall .R.
tin. V lnlnn.itflaw 4 (I
14 Hi(i Jump: G Afard
I i.nt 'A.. M Hall .V. II
among
: iOua club*.
e Amateur Weighthfunjt As-
i elation plana siaglni a weight-
llmg competition on May 31 at
Park.
has been
I

kChUifUng gaii.L
..huh had been thrown
BMI year.
tltli n, friendly partner to
> back of it ail. foi
i .i", which -;e
m the local association

h |ion club
avasi
I ill Street, i*ttlm Sprint-
r. hi-li. Haatlnjfa, The Eatde,
I.ale Hall, The Accto. Black
I. k. The York Barbell. Eale
Hall, The Unique Weishtliftii.R
1 r.ilture. Queen">
l Speight-..
B
N< Association can run with
t it funds and the funds rot-
lien this competition ti
) Irt will help the nssociatlon to
and more squarely on its feel.
l| a) Qh programme
which the amocialion will pre-
public Hie three Olym-
! i i ,nid jerk
with in IjvHVi'*'!!.While, (if |ym-
.i,iiMid. I believe lh.
public will not kick a*atr)t auch

An intercstiiu; programme on
the ndki for Itaa nmht |g Mu
n~iy beautiful contest
. I ways the extra thrill in smiling
at any immature lifters who may
to enter the body beau-
nay be more pigeon-like tlian
These, howrwi. trUi
ba in the minority as, from what
! have been seeing, there are
Kn.cking about the game today
U devalopad itajfhtllftora
with bulging muscles and paaatlBI
If physiques.
To revert to the funds, some
v'lll go ta buy the most modem
.pparatus for the
Some will go to foster intercolu
mal rivalry- The association hi
looking forward in inviting soon'
H Indian wei^htlifteis to
iinpete against them. Naturally.
the ntMnhu or such lnvitci
eightltftan will have to be
opportui c by the local association.
I aft
\|y
t J- -^ In
NO. YOU rt 23 rii* Hi 'rjrW. MinHfer reign
be Seen raMe Prtme F o larv.
KZZARU CKAaUVCa ingbM and Jer^y Joe W.lcott danng thelr
flftden round contost at the Olympia BUdinm, Detroit, which sndad
in a points win for Charles, wbo thos raUlptd his title.
I' \ rl M
Winl And Bailey Out
To Retain Titles
i/.NDON. Mi.rch II Both Winl ind Bailey arc
M.I>onald Itailey. four times stt
winner of the A.A.A HHl mid hnii.h t.....>W.u. Athletl.
220 yards Championships will l>e redaratlon and lh
again hi ei mi
i-ondon this summer itis rallew the West Indta .- iji-Kinki next
W>st Indian, Arthur Wlnt, will The association is hoping to I.
make similar efforts to letnin hi This WfWsl tin *1. Vfagl "','1' ' l,lvilp <""1 r two of th>
Helps Iran "s
A via lion
MONTREAI^ March 22
Saleetton ..f an I.C.A.O .
to aid Iran in thi
' lit "f th-it ionntryv
ril aviation was announce..
to day at the headquarter of the
lnteination.il Civil Aviation
hero.
Heading the mii-inti, which i-
. .
I C.A.O. under the United
Nations Technical Assistance
me>, win be s i. Hoi
who ti Director .,f Hm Dt
0l Ti lie i "iiiiminiialtrins and Air
Traffic Control of Civil Aviation
In the Netherlands.
t" A O ofllcinl.s pom: mi'
patch of the I.C A.O.
Iranian mission Is the heginn'nf
a technical aaslttainc pi"
gramme which l- expected ir
provide aid to approximate!-
fifteen countries .hiring the corn
IS I.-I-'
H .1
beta
SO Rrla>: atoadKM. Vltlnrl*.
1*1 h Smlon.
It, Old Otrto" Raef- O Vontr
77 U.tl* Vltlt.il. IUC* M M.
half-mil.' rtiiMij I tO Mr
regain the quarter title which he of ev
lasl won in I94. u,.l<
These famous athletes have for a
Uu. already commenced their tram- ring wh
in* in preiHtriitinn i.
I .li :
ml cloh-
'.: t.lkl
t In Accra. Alter the first
\Hhur Winl will remain
days du-
vill give demon

B>utr
i eat wejghtlifters from Trinidad
to enter the comi>etition which
Ihej plan lo stage later this year
All this as you may well guaaa
is by way of building up a back
l:round for sending a representa-
ive to llelsink
EILEEN KING MAY
RUN IN LONDON
IFtont Our Him Coirripntidrtiii
I"ORT-OF-SPAIN. March 11
Commnndei- Charles Hayward,
lirion \\ ill Figbl
Gurdner \pril 21
ui i
M Yn
iHRi:r
rd
Bar>
. 3rd n
IJTGGED ItACE lOSM I A. II'
I
ii
II
i-i M :u.-r,. j Medlord Ind
Beam, li Drai-v
old oini s hai r
at a jofMi. Bad f. nrnih.ii
nOUn RELAY nACF
lil Sliahi ...
idawafaM
MiH-r 1FAM FIAH
1.1 Dirfcrm. Ind Maarflrld. 3rd fill
i-e-.i-
ei ABSia;
.., II
Tt )i 1.
m i ii
rV umli"
O'rwniati'in nt trt>hiei: Mi. ft
"No War" H.I
pTI v. Yoi;K.
Oil rin.nicier AJBdrew Jerglns
recentl> otteied to be) anyVJM Id
the w.nlti 35000 that Russia
States
lasi and C70.000 i gall I uer
attack i'i Ifl I
Trtaffir Unt
No. 13

DO NOT IIRIVi: ON VOI'll
BRAKKS. A tiOOD DKIVIK
DRIVf s 0M HU BNODil

Spare made available bv
CANADA DRV
for Safer Molorine
Buhtfnar and have decided th.it
Inter in the year they will g
in for events which for lioth of
fhem will be n<
to have a try at the ojuartor-
mile and Winl K gOtruj lo attampl
the miif If the\ ., i
at these distunee^ they may pos-
sibly include them In their UMfDOW Ml
V1re-lre ^,V.t!wH^nF.n.l.lJ5 lA makln,: Olympic .iames weight o,, w.l. I.ht Jm k C.rd up.
arrnmremenls lo have Miss Faleen A stx-ret ambition which Mac*1". nnti'ii n n cl fcnro|x-aii -.
kS!?7b52 woman rSner in h. long cherished
Trinidad, who was omitted from '" >?" \["<>"> (1M a da at Harnn, .
K leani which just tOtired . ThB DlgU A,,',124-.. w,ll have Trpresental
Buenos Aires, run at tha n*b,1 ltS,Wl,l by ^l Choice of Brton aa Gardnei i General C
W.A.A.A championships r\ W rUUKT m i47 iind repeated ponent was made at .. conferee n.i(liv lnr i^k-tinno
\vhe City, London on July '. ">' ,,,ni '" 'P,1'1""11 ,ilMlv haa ta-daj K ton an aaaoclafiBti
Plans to i-aise funds for aand- shattered if Bailey war* to Bt- moter Jack Bol _._____________
mg Eileen to ihe White City triri|.i Hlhl tvenl It greai s| hamploduhlpi Include pubiM v*r ,ht* na' would almost .er- i, waa felt thai Gardner, aft.
affle, Aral prtu of which vrlli "By enmpensate for arm ia.k winning the Km...
be a motor-car. <" ityto In clearing the hurdles Tlll.Ml;iv Tl,)ni A
needed i a bsdi i lei i
A* the Secretary of the Asso
iation told me. when the Ma)
"mpetition comes off. most n
lie other welghtlifting club'
.vhich are now MBitBJIt in join
ni: the a:sortatir>n, but are wait-
ing first to see the assoelatio'
itronger body, will Join
the rules which has
nch favour with all the
h club
in the
which
f the
Italian ^X orktr>
For Brazil
HOME Mann M
A Bra-. tnl Com-
airived here today by
plane to select 3.000 displaced per-
sons m International Refugee Or-
carops for rerettlement
The live-man group ha
Dr. Dulfc nnfeatra Machado.
President of the i
of Immigration and Colonisation
will recruit technical and Agncul-
tuial specialists as well as quail-
fled workmen and agricultural
laboui." Rrulrr
5 Killed: 5 Wounded
fsSaiAMA, LrU'titEA. March 28
Five police eonatal Is were
killed and live woundM when
rol was ambuahed by tii
(hifta near Abra&hika railway
-Iation S\ rmle* east of Asmara1
to-day,
Three shifta were killed in-
cluding iheir leader. The rest
escaped with arms taken from
an 11-man police patrol
Police rail Intxeaaeata were ,cnt
mmedtatcly into the area and
were hunting them to-night.
Reuter.
WOOL SALES
MONTEVIDEO. March 28
Important sates of wool have
oeen taking place in Uruguay
even montns before
narts. Among several transac-
.tons is the Salto-itagion price ol
W Uruguayan pesos ir len
ailos which was paid for 60.000
kilos wilh five pesos paid down
aer fleeceapproximately 40 pel
ent. of the totaland the bal-
ince to be paid when the clip
v>me in October
Reuter.
DrinksPoison
Al Wedding
COVENTRY. England, March 28
A rejected suitor gatecrashed
his former gill friend'* wedding
reception and drank poi'on lh
front of her guests, a court heard
here
John Nally. 32, had known Ox-
girl Kathleen alaecail
an she told him *hc waasV
ed to ma-- \'
the wedding reception. Nally took
a bottle of poison from his pocket
and swallowed ltd ronlenu. Doc-
.' him to hospital but he
-hooted T,et me die" and attacked
the nurses Drugs failed lo soothe
II. \ : I,'
help.
EvenUi.illy DOllM hnn.li uffed
him and took him tn the police
station Then :<>. .'->
treating him.
He was later charged with at-
templing to commit suicide He
was freed yesterday on
of good behaviour Renter
FOOTBALL
'** annual Gn.ral Mrrlme '
B A F A lit., plar* at Hi
CA ltr-,1^ .arl-r.. PbHOI
il. nn Friday Martn M at
Quarlrn. Plnfnlil BttCSt, M
Marrh n al h p in.
ti I. Snrtlan. air notiArd
1h>t aWllall and ll<
Nm->i'iy Sarr<-U< > !i '' B.
CaBfHn, <" > Harbado. Advocfii* .
wmdanr VIILi Bay Sirtwi
STOMACH
upsets
When lac stomach is upset
as a result of hyperaddity, a
dose of IX Wttt'a AiiUctd
Powder will dupr-ne the pain
and distress rich; away.
I'latitlence, heartburn and in-
digestion are some of (he
symptoms that this exceam of
acid in the stomach can being
in Its train. f> Witt's Antacid
Powder soon neutralises the
acid and at the same time
other mgrtxhents in the well-
balanced formula soothe and
protect the delicate stomach
lining. Get a supply light
away.
Signing off
1*1 IF non-forrlnn teafMRM ol Two No-Trumps tn a suit cnll.
on n hnnd with II or 12 points, Is based on tin-
uf principles. Take this typical Nort
a> a j a. k io l. a j io h x
*OH
If Somii orir^is one cum me
tsu.nda.rd Bridge resnonf li
entirely natural North phiius
an immediate oir-iure ol his
hand and devrlbc* hi* -trrngtli
svitlnn narrow limit.-*. It at-n
allows for South having oocned
.hi a rock-bouom minimum wuli
a hand Hint .:! normntiv eon-
form lo one of Uie foUouing
trhes:
A bainnced hand with rj
or 13 uolnts such
HilllllBUllIiJ
by M. Ilunistm-Cntu
1."
t jr tt I.
4> A less-evenly distributed
* band with a rive-curd Club
suit:
* IM. j )3 !. Q t.
1AR1II
tv
A hand that lias been
opened on mirelv distribu-
tional values:
*. v '?*.): A K i
IS ft A I.
In the first case the partner-
6lnp ba* a combined point count
ol 23 boKirrerl with three Tens
ThL* is not enough to justifv a
same contract but eight tricks
Mil normeJiv be msde without
undue difficulty. South will
naturally pass hurriedly over
Tso No-TTumps
hand 2
'unt Is
even leva, but Uie five-card Club
suit ili give North an
chance of Isndln* Ins cent ran
With hand :t I
irl.k eontrart in No^Trvano*
may fail tmiilv agtilnsi an ntlmt
In a major Mill But nine Uriel
In Club* will bf mode nh ease
unles- ooih the Ace ni n. ui
and the Ktn ol Diamnn'i
offside; sutii therefore I
Tliree Clubs foriitled by the
knowledge Mist Norths Mali
rants, plus his own Dialing trick
simurth. will make this a Mile
Provided nl
(list North DSA*es this call
North, in fan. has no
lent Tie hs* alrrnrlv hlo ht*
tisnd. nnd Bnuths Three CTuti
"hid 1 nnnther Omit t
neans exactlv what It *ay*-
tliat (he height of r.>urii-
ambition I* a oart-score tn
riuhs His econd 'all l
r'*re're a "sign-Off." ihr
s'ronee't oosslble warning to
forth against nmrrcd i
further
WOttu* fOI'VRKUlT MB
ly against some of lh,.
across the Atlantic,
i !. i .i man like i i
i in Europe
Retiler.
Eileen Ftoris Besl
Wttmaii Ithlete
Ik B.G.
. .
In tha A
...
won the
ni n n Mod
snd Ihre
i her 21
'in ihe Vlcti-v I
cup daswtad b; 111 P, I Co

SHt" dclcatcd M.inc;i Allen 1^
one poinl | ad hersel
the i.(i and c
ol (hi (
Mary Wnltnej won the otl ei
, ytiist' when
' i
metres h ndlca I Ihe eno
.if the r
points.
Savaiiiiah Club
Tennis ToiiTrtanieiil
Assizr Uiurv
MllNIIAV. AI'RH. |
No. 40Hex v. David 9*
ruiiin
I II -.DAY. APRIL :l
S.N
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No 3TRex
H iws
WEDNESDAY
ClJ
Urker
Sydtie*
Waller*
Oliver
(.nililii
APRIL 4
Sinclair
Ftwler
IIIRSIIW APRIL S
19 Rex vs. Herbert
Beat* \nrus Mum.
and Uinlteld Layne
PRLDAT. APRIL 6
9 Rex ** M.l.....aid
Hishop lll.l 1 ll/(.' ..Ill
IdBVen
for ui mwbj horn I -m.
Carry a faw
> all iinlil DeWITT'S
Ct.iK.icd TABLETS .
j They 11 Do It Ever)' Time
Wmen aspoistra, was TWeMTV
KOSO^y AS GOOD ENOJ6M FOR HER-
/.ccos;s T5 MAMA-
,' r hope xxia not seraoos
A&yjT TVvIT ^.UShi-.G--VI yjx.
^5 CNJy As ASSS'AST \icft-
t^ESIDeNT AT II* &u.< AHO,
6tS CES, "S ALIOS' -3 /EARS
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IOvV OUK HEftON 6 TWifcrry... AK0
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naas
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TODAY
Sen Riaes: S 51* am
sun Set*: 8 lo r m.
Heaai tLasI quarter Marrh
30
Lighting: .. .a ,i m
llieh \taler I 11.01 p m.
YESTERDAY
Rainfall it .Miringion 05 In |
Total for Month to > enter
day: 41 In
Trmperatere iMaxl so :.-!
1- in," i .'in. (Mill 1 69 a* E
it m.l DirrcUon: (ft m 1 E
t>> N fg pm ) ESI
Hind \rlo 1.....'
Hurometer ill am.) 29 943
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SATURDAY. MARCH 1. 151
PRICE FIVE Cl
KlfelEI-' \ Alliei repulie Communiil
----------------------1^ counter-attack on the parallel
SI (.All
Labour Government warned
not to tell out Empire
KAMI tllll
Security Council adopt*
AngloU.S.. resolution
si'uiirs
Lodge wins inter-school
.ilhl. tic championship
U.N. HALT RED COUNTER ATTACK
Americans May Be
4 Miles Over 38th
Planes Bomb Airfields
TOKYO, March 30.
UNITED NATIONS big guns halted a small
Chinese counter attack just before nightfall
south of the 38th parallel. This was a little west
where, unconfirmed reports said, American patrols
had penetrated four miles into North Korea. The
Chinese counter attacked north of Uijongbu where
Communist resistance had been slowly building up
over the past few days.
They came out of their foxholes
and rushed American positions
lust :ifter United States' infantry-
men had failed to take a hill and
hud been thrown back in bitter
close quarter lighting
Allied artillery, however, forced
the Chinese beck to their position*
beton they reached the American
line
An American Divisional spokes-
man caused some confusion when
he announced to frontline COtM
sponuenls tfijt an American patrol
along Seoul-Wonsan highway had
moved over the Parallel dividing
North from South Korea. This
road crosses the border nearly 18
miles north of Uijongbu.
A few minutes later he added,
reports were "not confirmed"
though he did not deny them. He
flrsl said patrols had "encountered
self-propelled guns after moving
across the border" along the
Seoul-Wonsan road. Shortly after-
wards he corrected his statement
to say that guns had actually been
encountered south of the Parallel.
Should reports be confirmed it,
would be the first time American
troops had crossed the Parallel
incc they fell back before the
Communist winter offensive last
December. South Korean troops
are already across the Parallel on
the east coast.
Thirty-two American Sabre jet
lighters battled with 30 Commun-
ist MIG 15 jet fighters today over
Sinuiju on the Yalu River divid-
ing North Korea from Manchuria.
Ameri-an- imtmm.i one Com-
munist fighter shot down and two
damaged.
Communist fighters were trying
to attack American Superfortress-
es bombinc a Yalu bridge at Sm-
uiju. After a 10 minutes battle.
they flew hack over the border.
A few minutes )/ter eight Shoot-
ing Stars fought br lolly with 12 to
18 M I G.\ but there were no re-
ports of damage to either side.
I Mai' Arthur's he.id-
(luarters announced today that air
attacks yesterday made four North
Koreaa_airfleldB unserviceable
Renter.
l.rlirU Prepare
Counter-Offensive
SAIGON. March 30
A French Army Communique
announced to-day that signs of a
coming Vietminh rebel counter-
DfTeu^iv.' were "becoming clearer"
along the whole front in North
Indo China.
The Communique said the Viet-
minh threat was apparent since)
March 27.
A French military outpost five]
mltBM east of Dongtrieu about IS
miles northwest of Haiphong were
violently attacked last night and
to-day. the Communique said.
Reutrr
Britain Will
Spend 525m
On Arms
LONDON. March 30.
The Labour Government pre-
sented the British taxpayer with
a huge new Bill for guns, aero-
planes and other armament* in the
525.000,000 program'
mates published to-day
This is the overall estimate of
expenses for 1951-52 of the Minis
try of Supply which furnishes
equipment to the armed forces.
It is a gross increase of almost
C 200.000,000 on the current
year's figure. It doubles the na-
tions spending on guns, and
pushes up aircraft costs alone by
40.000.000.
It was the Government's first
big demand to the taxpayer under
the otw 4.700.1100,000 rearma-
ment programme.
Food Ministry estimates pub-
lished simultaneously disclosed
that the Government will spend
72.692.000 on stockpiling food
for use in emergency.
Heater.
Persian Oil Men
Want More Pay
After Nationalisation
ABADAN. Persia, March 30
A new IhrcJt faced the Anglo-
Iranian Oil Company today when
strikers in Persian oilfields de-
manded control over the Com-
pany's transport.
To surrender, this, the Com
pany fears, would bo to put
strikers in complete command ol
.station. Total men MltrOM
to 12.000 today. They are demand-
ing higher pay following the
Persian Parliament's decision lust
w ck to nationalise the industry
Renter
HOLLYWOOD, March 30.
The British him "The Third
Man", directed by Carol Heed.
has gained the motion DictUM
award for black and
white cinematography. British
actor Trevor Howard and the
lialian actress Valll were its stars.
Some of Hollywood's best
known figures, dressed in glitter-
rig gowns and tail', packed the
theatre for the priatsjrilll I
Dr. Ralph Bunchc. formei united
Nations Palestine mediator.
"All About Eve1' was named u
the best Aim of th* year. Judy
Hoillday was named licst actress
Of the pear for her role In "Born
Yesterday."
I. I Ftrrer won the Oscar for
the best actor of 1950 for his
leading role In "t ., ,
icrao British Actor George
landers won the O-car as best
supporting actor, for his perform-
ance" In "AJ1 About Eve."
Josei.hm<> Hull won the award for
best supporting euros* of 1950 for1
her performance in "Harvey "
Itrsulled The Pope:
Musi Stand Trial
CHIETI. March 30
Communist Deputy Laura Dia?
30 year old "glamour girl of the
Italian Parliament, denied in Court
here today that she had Insulted
t he Pope.
BsM Mi alleged to have said at
a public meeting: "The hands of
the pope are dripping with the
blood of the children of Greece
and Palestine, because he did not
lift a linger to stop war in Greece
mid Palestine, just as he did not
tifi | linger to stop or limit World
War II All the Holy Water in the
world will not wash the Pope':
hands clean."
Cool and elegant, chestnut haired
Laura Dial, unmarried daughter
of a rich lawyer, is liable to
maximum of live years' imprison
ment on charges of offending the
Pope's honour and prestige.
Rruler
S human Wants
Franee In Mecf.Talks
WASHINGTON. March 30
French Foreign Minister Rot>
ert Schuman was understood to-
day to have told the United Stales
Secretary of State Dea>
that France should have uQSgl
brought into recent talk* on Mod
il*t : anean defi-i
He had an informal 70 minutes
Conference with Achesun before
leaving with the French President
Vincent Annul on a visit to
Nval Academy at Annapolis.
Schuman drew attention to tht
fact that several conferences or
il.i- subject ha\e alnady been held
in Malta without French partici-
pation.Heater
DEATH SENTENCE
LONDON March 30
The sentence of death has been
passed on a number of Chinese
landowners who have organised
.nrned resistance against the Com-
I lima avoiding to a Tass
as agency message re-
ceived here to-dov
Renter.
B.G. SEEKING 3M LOAN
(From Our Own Correspondent!
GEORGETOWN. B.G March 30
DRITISH GUIANA is raising a loan or loans not exceeding
** C 3.000.000 and such further sums as mov be necessary to de-
fray expenses of the loan issue for the purpose of defraying ex-
penditure on works and services set out in the colony's ten-year
development plans The loans may be raised cither in London
b> the Crown Agents or in British Guiana.
First contribution to the .inking fund to be established for
the repayment of loans shall be made six months after the date
Bfttlcfa interest on my at
commence to run.
IP AMI OVI II
MORRISON (L). Harrison College'* Class I high jumper ha* just caled the bag at 6 feet *>,
inches to win the high Jump event. Parry School's Class II E. N Ham- demon.Mates the bars
ward western roll In tilt winning Jump. The Juan* \ag was for the Inter School -port* .t Kensington
yr*trday
Glasgow Sets New Record
To Snatch Victory for Lodge
The Third Man
\\ ins Award
U.N. Council Approve
Anglo-American Plan
On Kashmir Jssiit'
LAKE SUCCESS, March 30
THE SECURITY COUNCIL today approved
the Anglo American resolution calling for the
appointment of a new United Nations represents
tivs to try to solve the three yea-rs old dispute over
Kashmir between India and Pakistan. The resolu
tion was approved by eight votes to nil with two
countries, Yugoslavia and t h e Soviet Union
abstaining.
U.S. Ask Pull
Sovereignly
For Ja/ttim-sf
....
l ONOOM Mai
Kill ...
lo Japan aecwdlni i< iIm
Sttitc. drnfl for a JapaiiM

GRENADA ISSUE
STILL IN DOUBT
GRENADA. March 30
Deepite the calm course of the
strike truce it present and an
official bulletin to-day giving
seven days' QOUCS of the inten-
tion uf the Gnvcrnor-in-Counril
establish an Agricultural
Wiigfs Council doubts otatn to In-
crease ovei the satisfactory set-
(Icn i'iit i l id, employer-worker
nfi
While no positive pr>
ment baa !-' mads on either side.
the trend still appein
both entrenching. On the return
of Sir Robert Arundell jrsjsttrdatj
fternoon in MMS Snipe Irom
St Vincent and St. Lucia a meet-
ing of the Executive Council was
held snd this morning'. OoVei
' : Itwtta issued u W a g
Council notke to apply to ;ili ugri-
:ultural plantations except those
engaged wholly or pnnclpaU} in
ultivatlon of cane, and Invil
ing written representations on any
objections or pointing out onus-'
.ons. alterations, and modifica-
tions.
Today Mj l i Oaira and the
itlves uf the Manual and
Ifei tal Workers' Union hcift" talk*
the situation. Mr. E
attending on their invitation
With the critical period imme-
atelv ahead, ttw l-egi.skitiire has
iflered another elected member
shortage, Hon. T E. Noblesmith.
leaving today by SS (.ascagne.
for En Bland. Marrvshow gl
ready on three months'^ sick
I
LOlx.r m HOOL wasj ihu Intel SchooJ Champlonghip
-the Blue Riband in school -ill lot tea ... Kensmgl
yesterday by eighteen points. V W Innuwol Lodge School
was Champion Cla.s.s I Aihlelr The but time
won the Championship was in l<4 with Roger BUickm.in
as Champion Athlete
II was a day of keen com* sis yesterday, and so near
was ihe issue that when the last hut was about to be run
the score was : Lodge 79 points. College 7H points Theae
wen- th,< two schools in the running lor the trophy.
- This was the deciding event
ami Indeed. Lodge carried ill be-
Ihe issue be-
yond doubt by securing the tl
thi- e place... This was the t
yards, ami U>dgc put everjihl
nit" t. climaxing the meeting with
a in , record to bring home the
SCO IV
laal svool B w otag.
i
and fasi bowler clipped
I 3/5 seconds off k h Cumber*
baton1 (H.C I two-yotr-t.
of t n inutes ; pgi
final posUaons ,it the end ! tin
meeting were: Lodfg '. ..... I
Harrmm CoUaga ..-t poMts; Coin-
bermere 19
In fie Hvlflon, Coler-
i L'li ixiiiit- carried off
the Chgmplonshlp Poundatlon
endel up with Hi pi Intl, Parry IB
and Uleyne H
Hi Coiiegi the cham
plan KhOOl at Ihe picvi
pon- meets gftd on lvo othei
OMfaioni Mine Ukul v^u- Usg
Chatiipion School in 193* At the
>tl*ei 'our rMii't',. ci rnbt rmcei
Champion s. hool Thero
athletic Intar-SCbool sports in 1945
'*0 oi 47
I'hf f< ur champiuiih c,f the das
i 1 1>-I*- School spnnl
r I) W innisi.. Haniaon Col
lege's cinss rr ipruiter C. A. H
Evelyn. I. O'B Th-nnpaon, the
Coleridge all-rounder of ( I HI
and If V Wei>.,ter. ( I
lumper and j.i nun ol 11
Collagi
Flood Waters
Drown Girl
RJO DE JANBIKO. M
A ten-.vrar-old girl was drown-
and more than 70 houses were
destroyed by heavi rone;
have been falling in ., i
Minas Qirasjg rtata, acco
eporl. ri-c. ........
TOP the state capital Hell.. KOTl-
route
W..hi invaded ihe Iwal power
tatlon. leaving- the lown without
ights. and communicolions have
*a?en interrupted for tfM
hours raportg said Two riven
i and Hooded
1 is inhabi-
ted by WnrklllK I
Tatai i also dosti lyed railway
BM rOtd i'Tidite- ni'arln.
Reuter.
Three Kittett In
Rush For Water
RANGOON, March 30
Three people were tdflad when
crowds of thirsty Hangoon citj
rens milled around the citv li.kes
t< draw diinking water today
Communists cut the pipeline to
the capital yesterday. !
-I people walked and motored
four mile- w. tin- 1.... .
were drowned and a 10 year old
ml with n jug was killed by
falling bianch from a tree
Water carriers did a i
trade charging nincpence for a
bucket of waler Unconfirmed
report* < higher mi some parts r.f th eitv
- Reuler
Not "Political
Expediency"
FRANKFURT, Man
United Stall' lliah Commis-
doner John J. Mel ...
denied that war erlm.....i- reeotrl
egg Pi loot
vana. were set free on ground)
.... ...
h. /..: commenting on a special
statement here on
by Sir Hartley Shawrnr- BrftWl
U ' ai in London
Wednesday criticising The release
war criminal.
Reuter.
Gas. Coal. Pay
Upped In France
PARIS. March 30.
The Frentn Government to-day
dot Idad ral < ttta pi h ' p
I) and coal from April 1.
The price of electricity ivill be
mcrca-axi by ten pet renl; gas by
about five (K'r cent Th*
coal prue will (- i-u-reosed by
five per cent The C<
o-nwrrow increase the uricc of
coal probably from ten

the grade. It wa< unofficially
stated
Cabinet al-.> decided to add
4MIMMMM .ii.no :i. ... ;., budget
enpenditure fir
months to incre.i

servants* claim*
creases totalliug 0 000.000 000
iily Renter.
"PEACE ANTHF.M"
BRUSSEI^. M
'oiJd Wide competition fo1
the composition of n "Peace
Anthem"' and I 'Free Peoplei
March" ha-* been launched here
The competition will la- qrfan<
iSOd hv the Belgian Na^iotia.
I -1 (ormer i>-.ld N
prisoner* ond next of kin
wartime resistance workers
at*r.
treaty, submitted to Hritaln and

I B ,i
redpienta ..f the dr,.ti
man deeliiifd ii-i .
ut aMl
unsk i consideration
Kai Uej thli H-. i'ii Brttali M
the Aim |
n i morandun oi
proposed treaty Hi '
I
in largnl) were be
Uevwd to diny
of restrict
ihtpbulldlru] kndu
' >otl. doe
;. : favoui unn
Japan though Pritisd

of defensive I
1
Rriilrr
H Boi.il. \\ ill \U
ItVa'fv In Two Yean
Says N.Y. Times
HOT SPRINGS, Virginia.
March M
Wiii...n i iurs| n rert
inn-' ii nee awllei
last mgiit itud hi believed tra
r. bom)
111 UVII M'.M
pH in. | i an not he
'l;i Bl
...
ggalnat (ro field Onci
develop) d snd pi........ ii would
mal i" lUa the ! i
i B n D ' IS [i lot it would
make imi o
I
Keuter
Tension In Latin
America
MANCHE8TTR, Rngtai d
.1 heatai Qaaml ta
aid thai ;'
ihe wej.ern hemisphere between
, he
i |
i on lb*
" and
it*4. It funhei called upon Uu
Mi n upon

reported ba ad Nation
t iUon would
>i more
bitrators ipp iinli d b) the Pti
..:,. .1 i in t
I
I ..i in
1
la's slate-
i. -
i .ii ii i\ thai

Renter
Young Jap PrinM
Seekg \'h Lift*
TOKYO. March 30
Twenij two rear-old
formei Ja |a| Prlno
' 1 [pai tod iv in thfl A.....loai
President wtin I
new life in BratH He is 1
ing a Unlvai It) n< i,as bee
11. h Japaj rsc widow. ' .. Be
:
' ih Narunlko Wmashlkunl, forms
Japan's Ural portwai Pi
lit Kernel
\ ietor} Pottible
I llll \. .
ii. one >r i
Uw "Odd
int<
bun be sron
iiiiiniii |hj
if .. third
i lent of tht
, ,'. .
1

rll if ti.
m iiii j.::.. i 'in veil si m*
.
....
lo i..... "mllllona in tl
I who ronstltub
force
Reuter
D W Innlss was easily the beat (''',|,h
'Hill
: Class I. thoujth he fill
BJ old IIHI
vards sprint record by i seconds.
! i- Harrison College's Crane
by about three yards in Ihe Hid
yards and "Tom" Clarke bj
wider mat pin in the 220 yani
At borne In his middle distance,
the 440 yards flat. Clarke won
from Inniss by some thr-
The rare, however, was not verv
fast
The two outstanding Jumpers
of the meet were one oi i
mere's two winm | f. I I , .
jitii-- (urnpei
O.i I'aie &
papei was con
.-I I il u
present Washington con fen
i of L'l All
KeUUblKS -KeoUr

queuille urges
early elections
I'AHIS........,n
Hem Ul pro
i
i
i
unofflelall?
enter,
'Do Not9
Sell Out
Empire
On Sugar
oneaa n- "-- ftsMseaagMa
.

Khen Dr. An-


il i
It', (lie i
iavbr '. -da' ,\1*\: IC I

I i .
up tin- rnornlng bs the Dalli
Bavreas wnl Britain's
i Qovi rnmenl "hat an
.
in the i wd in
effect mean the selling out of
the ate
.
i i
in pinK ti
assembles nn Tuei las sftei the
b
Board of Trade,
. m< Ughl
upon the lalks whtch h
taking place at Torquay
M P s are waiting to qui
upon "ihi .
a... \r Mr. Alnn
i
Affairs Committee
Speaking- at
toll
af a mass meeting or*
ganlsed hv the F.mpn I
:ii. Association to
Um cutting do* n of 1 ii' -
Lennox-
i

.iik i.i twe n ai a nut! the
United Kingdom

pffec* tugai
Ihe whole future
ol the Britlah Wi IwUaa Yet
.. itli. i AuStrall i not the West
bi in wen even told thai the
taking pi* i
WHAT "' yiw.iw i -
Ihe lull) i:\prew..
devoting nei i ball of II
page to caaiiunim: tin- possible re-
i
menl with I
plate column to a
,- i. i i. i'-.
Qlack Pact of 1931"
that the guaranteeing nl
..tk.-i I ig o ami
hail will be lln
i r Bui h will i
for West Indians who have itrus]
i'i< .i in build up their
II will mean Hi
-,!. i ran* i l bvUIh '' ''-r
i i lha Empire"
Bstpnsa also mi"
nance to the quei lloti ol
port i n i ontusfl uu-
trig cigars
bini .. ii.iiit snd than will >
rush t.> bu) them Ttk
- .lamaicon clgai I astO
H.tliri
I I
and line penes u (oui
a. i in PUe :i

i
TMJ. TI1K ADVOCATE
TIIK NKWS
in \i nil
DAY OK '-ilHI
RALEIGH
THE
ALL- STEEL. BICVCLS
a.
Red Fighter Planes
Land In Albania
ALWAYS AT YdlJR SERVICE
A variety of models constantly in stock
and ready assembled for you to
choose from
BELGRADE
USUALLY RELIABLE ( isd hen
Uinl an unspecified nutnlwi ol BoviaM li^hU'i.i
several moderr Ml.fi 15's I m AIL;
fickls. It ;i, believed ttiet they were thlpped t
the Soviet Union by tee,
STRIKE GOES ON
PARIS. March 30
A midnight meeting between
! : Mr -,.-. f

tro Managerial lloar'l and 'he
Strike Committee failrH lo solve
the transport stoppage i.
A Mil .1 r(ue re-
vaalad that Uia the.
employer<< disagreed with Ihe :l'i Haiun reported to-day that
niifd lunks had attack-
days.
-Heater. r.**t China Reiner
Their presence In AI
oruwted 'iero with reeetrl fluht-
ever that country bv unidentified
MsUved frorn Italy which
droppi I Anti Communism leaf
h4s
Vlfdlmlr Dedi
it men flight took
't by Albanian anii-
aircrafl lire.
DedijiT. Secretary of the Tor-
C'gn Affair- Omunltti
yufOgla* National Asseml.K U
close associate of Marshal TltO
Dedijer also said lh
group* of parachutist are being
' into Albania
Hester
JINKS ATTACK SIIII"
MONO KONG. March 30
n i
"COLOSSAL BLUFF-
si.mh 10
1'iofi- in Kfl'i ir'li. A. '
Director -r Roma
today desci Ibed a i olosaal bli
Arsjentins Pros
drni. Juan Pi
galoped nasv sources of aton
enera:> Keuter
SEARCH ABANDONED


r
men aboard hai licen II
struter
FRIDAY WINS SCHOL.

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PAGE TWO
liARRAIHIS ADVOCATE
SATIRDAY. MARCH
Qaldb Calling
M"
Former Head
lORlNG
MR. OU1 Managing
4 Co ,
pcotUna
r. D. L I'll.-. M l. C
lo B 0 bg M w I a
is aim. a
of Ihe it W l Sugar
Ltfavinj To-day
D. leave today on a te"
to Guadel-iupo
: i Mi and Mrs. G. <
the b w i Central Bugs
thi -uKar estate*
in lhat colony
Married in Trinidad
Mlt & KM DAUBY HUTCM
1NSON who were U
i.f Spain on Thursd...'
.nion fto.i.
Trinidad by B.W.I A \!t
Manager of the-
Central faniihean Distributors
Hutch-
tha former Miss Sylvia
I bin ( Full of Spain
Music Examiner
MB HKNi:v WILSON, exam-
this year for the Royal
lerday by RW.IA. Hero
ona vraak, he i, staying
Oeaan View Hotel.
Mr vruaon was appointed an
xaminer for tho A
d hai examined
regularly sum- then In Britain,
Australia and New Zealand If
wail
N l.A. lorI
I on a week's
Now retired he waa formerly' ___C
:he Transport and Har-I ujo rorcaa* ravorii. i.aa m.
bouri Department in B.G, i Th* Hm, i is am Now. Ai.. tii
r iini rn>m Th- Ediiuflaaa. 7 13 a in fw
j>. B.B.C. Radio Programme
AltfltDAT MAPCII 31. 1
im -ij H a-. aVe a
in ii a
a>. ii i.' i
Thf
M"..
>ii
and Nn Hi^hti GraaiM
Marr.e.l Yeaterday
MISS J UflCI ROSE, di.iigrit
Ot Mr Harold R<
Ijidy Moa.1. '
has 0M . 1Mb arid ' -;_ _
broadcasts in London and tlM- '':
i,.th lartura-racttau ...i -Bo
oration with hu wile Kathleen ^'h-bm-,. nfUn4. He
McQullty. lso a Profaaaor at the 'on*''
lie M
Chartered Accountant
Mlt JOHN MII.UKEN. Char
bint i
i .i ..<, .-itrlvtd (ii. i
yostcnl... I,. II W.I A
on a short vl.lt he Ii
i Um Marina Hotel
Also : i'. 1 I
Mi Anthony
Mi- N rah News.
in i. lt .< in
| M
Canadian Minister
HARRY K*.<.I.ETON ol
the Canadian Pentecostal
Church In Trinidad arrived iTorO ltll
Trinidad yestenlny afternuun by ru>o,
Rf
Ltd

The ceremony which took place
shortly after 5 o'clock
formed by Rf/V Haro|d Melville
n i
\,. hai Mbej an m ballerina
leiiKih dress of white all i
with high break collar and an
embossed net everafcUl Hei
dalfrti
length veil
Off to B.G.
i:s ROSS HeCfl BTHY
O'LEARY accompanied hj
Miss Joyce Carter and M
M,!
Caracas Merchant
MR. AMU
mum i
Maria Ignacla arrived i
idad by
l: W 1 A pend about five
dayi' holiday in Barbado* tuyuig)
Mi Ifellmund in a merchant ID
Caracas
Third Exam
M:t R a BROWNI

aional examination in Medtcin,. at
Aberdeen Univei-iu
On Long Leave
AND MRS. W L. Andrews
from B G. yester-
by B W.I. A to spend three
weeks' holiday with Mil An-
paranta Mr and Mrs
A w luila bafora lea
England on |0B|
Sir Anon a fa BH 81
UltvlUgl Plant.'inn in B '
Departures for B.G.
MR. a.. Caraan-
hulKh bu had been spend-
ing their honeynoon in linibaqf-N
lelt yesterday for B.t". BftlSTi
SraaoMalah works in a town
outside of McKenue City.
I leaving by the same plane were
Mr. and Mrs Ken Smith who are
Vllttln| Mr Smiths
They will then in- returning to
Jaman.i arben Mr. Bfnith is sta-
stay- tlone-l al the Royal Bank of Can-
ada's KiiiKston Branch.
Patsed Finals
MR llhicl Adalbert Scott grad-
an I ' ""! lo the
medical Stall i C P 1 M. has
passed his lin.il examinntlon
Hia Hkm ii,.
Dnn. UN !.
idiaap. iiu.i- inuiiuti
im Praaramntr Pirndr. II as am
ttdr. 11 *S a m ftcolllah Cup Saml-
fABl, IX oo noon Thr NfWi 11 in p m
Am" 11 II -vm rio-* Down
i
porUBbck left yesterday i surttlealnursln,: and
H W I A I II.CI IliKht 10 ipond -^t't..., and ha., been :,:,nie.l
to days In Georeelown lief..... Slplorn. m IMl ell. '
Ii.iviiik lor Tun il.i.l Mr BcMI l Mr
They expect to leave Trinidad D'Arey A. Beott, Cnvernment
nraiil t.i- Am UotWOI ol Bl
peels to continue his ItUdkM itn
liefnn- itoinii nvei to England. the Reaver School ol Chiropractic
.in Her Thl"' expeel lo leave rr
K rats '
'..... K.....K "v.-, 1,. EmU
bououel
h, i
David H< ernmeni
Airport ats i
Of HOW Ul was Mrs H
The honeymoon bell
at the Crane Hotel
Trinidad Arrivals
RS Prod laendea
panted by her daughter
Joanne SI
M"
it w i a on a abort wlatl Hi I
staving with Rev Jamieson \n
White Park.
W.I. Girl Guides' Tour
MISS Marjone Pemberton.
u-nher at St Mkhaal'i
Girls* School and Guide Captain
of 7th Guide Company (St.
Michaels Girls' School) is leaving
To.fr m Enibtld I". West Indian * Hoyui I M House.
GUI 0.....Hi She w,ll be one of *'"""> >. <"
.1 six. the other delejates Miss nu/ttb I"
.'omini from IIC. Trui.i ''","
Jm.?a and S, Kills * *,",. y ''"'
The Study Tour ha. teen Marine II..I.I
..iL..iiLiid b) llie British Council I cf_|j
Asnciatlon. ",', "' AnilOTT
It includes a week at an Inlerna- r\" MINESr % ADHOTl.
lional and Eiupiie Tuin.ni Courae *-* Dtracl
(luiile'. Tfalnlnd SiiKar Ex|*rlmenu.l station at
..nip in Hampshire Houma Louisiana, who arrived
irthar eouria in Scotland, here friiin the U S .:.. PuaHO
Tnara "ill -"Is" I-' considerable Rico oft Thursday afternoon, left
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Pemberlon will be hack in necllon arlUI Hie leaf
Barbados at the end of June. in Ihe Bl.
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intended as a substitute for the
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inauguralc the Festn.il Viar Tin
menu was gravy soup, boiled cod
and potatoes, blanrananaa Tha
landlady laughingly observed that
after rich Continental ratals. Vail
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would probably welcome the plain
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helping of blancmange s
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each bedside table, in preparation
for the rush of l.miists. is a small
lirrx-liure called "Britain's Heil-
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SATIRDAV MARCH II, liil
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
i-.u.i: thru.
New Variety Of
Sugar Cane Suggested
Neu- Director Of Agriculture
MR. C. C. SKEETE. Director of Agriculture, speaking
at the Annual General Meeting of the Barbados Agricul-
tural Society yesterday, told members about the reaping
this year of a new variety of Sugar Cane of extremelv
good prospects The new vanc-ty is B 4744
no Ml Ihls variety has oil .,,...,,. Mr SkM-tr Mi waweriiu.ro* emieni. and > .. . ,i,h occur!,'I
etfrntn Urn la the arm ih. IM when ibar, wa Heavy rainfall
oilier varieties ll, raloonina obit- was more ipeetaeular. but 11 WBI
Mjrwai equally encouramnj. n0 not < important as ihe insidious
.aid. and promised lo have a mem- type which was going; on all the
orandum published in ine ITeu time. Bui lhal was the tyoe UJ
thrkw further details of Ihe quail, which less attention was paid! .
'lea tit B 4744.
Mr. Skcetc. whose talk was on Diflicultiea
matters of general agricultural There were means of slopping it
interest, discussed, beside* the new however, and he was hoping m-i
cane variety, the Conservation anri with Uie assistance of the Cu.t.va-
Management of Soil, the Cultiv.- ,,on Officer many, and later all
'Ion of Trees, and Root Borer. planters would try to put into
Beginning with Soil Mannirc practice measures that were prac.
MOI, Mi Sk.t-i,-quoted the word, "cable to stop it. There were
of Sir John Saint when the latter "'nVultie* and snags, but difflcul-
ftridressed Ihe third meeting of the *** "d snags were got over in
rtth Mr p. E Turner thc P"st y others, and they too
~""ld overcome them if there was
Sugar Agronomist of the Colonial .
Development and Welfare Org-in- ,he W1" lo do
cation. On that occasion Sir John
i .1 '. ..I !.,. ... |
had referred t,, the modi
of sugar factories and agricultural
equipment There araj however
one thinir to which that sama
.mount of attention had not been
given. Sir John had said, and that
was the management of the soil
Mr skrrte next dU-u**td the
Cultivation of Trees Art which
*M proclaimed about two weeks
ago He quoted from lor old
Act whkh exempted from ta*a-
tlon land of an acre or more on
which tree* were grown In ...
rordaiice with that Act. and then
quoted from the new Act where
exemption from taxation fa, not
given directly, but under which
the owner k paid a um equiva-
lent lu Uie amount he a*)'-* In
i .x .i.i.ii for the land, and in
"i.iii..... b given a subiidy.
" >' and re
amiamen. iiatds. Aid
now/ be produced in .1 liquid form
Thc Department ha
made preparations for dtatrasutanf
Aldrin in the solid form 1
their equipment it would be coaler
to distribute it that way They
were however making further in
quiries from the manufacturers
and atr-its The island did not
lave the equipment which big^et*
eountrhn na Aldrin in a liquid form.
The method of testing Aldrin
here would be to select about 00
t'elds in are..*, which were known
to be affected with root borer and
to supply the Aldrin to half of
ca< h field. He thought that that
was the lommonsense way of ap-
proaching the problem.
The root borer problem was to
his mind a very serious one,
more serious than it appeared to
be. They should bear in mind that
they had had three years of good
nun/all. and they had had a moist
dry season last year, which help-
ed to keep the roots of the canes
fn fairly good condition
The present year had started
off well also. with the wettest
Mnfall in some areas during
tjebruary on record and good
arch. Such good weather e
JIHons masked the damage >
root borer, but there was still
evidence of serious root bore-
attack In some fields.
At the end of Mr. Skeeto'i
talk members thanked him foi
delivering it, and also took, th
opportunity to thank Mr Tucket
for all that he had done tu be 01
benefit to the planting conununi
ty during his visit to Australia.
Mr
Bk*
Iff) nfined to three
Outstanding nd vantages of thc
tuJtivalmn Oflirrr
Mr Skeete said that when he
ucceeded Sir John Sainl as Di-
rector of Agriculture, a occurred
to htm that ine Island ihMild have
nn officer atttuld to d
ntton to qucatlotH of soil
agement. At the General
th. ,;!'.; ; '">':"> ? onui the? hud got. h of tu-.-.
SofffS r-to. would not com,, int..
a,on IT < Pt of Cultiva- -,.ry Miioui play, but it m riie
lion Ortke; or Sugar Agronomist. wln,.,. ,hc shouW aim a, ,f*.
The Officer^had beer1 appoint- .,. lni,d were covered w'tn
viee,f^^^*,Tandh,''M, m"V nore trsM acting as ban.
BKMtaj thouglit he was a com- against the main prevailing winds.
petei.t man. Int.v woula do a lot tOWa-d u
,. i. ''m,,U''''1 mCmbcr5 teetion against the deslcatlug
thai Mr Turner Had divided Hie winds Uiat were experienced dur-
isl.inds ...,! into four mum inp a dry vear Also important was
If/oupi and I 1. Uctipn of young trees from
Mould i>.- iv while lo < rjestrui Uon
out MM (0 Held survey f I w of uleiinfying tech field S.ollanrl IMstrirl
ascording to the mam group or The second advantage was the
..hieh it belonged use of trees for holding Ihe soil.
- ..Hlvation Ofnerr having That only possibly Fclaled 1..
been apimmterl. said Ml rU of the Scotland District, and
proposed to start such .1 that w.i; a matter which he would
tart 1 uch u field go Into cnrefully in the next yeui
to field survey. From that survey or two
1 ley hoped to be In ;i |io*,tioi, l The third advantage was fuel
I lantert much more accu supply Barbadot; depended on
pat) to the man a, n 1 lands for fuel, and could
I Nch individual field He sufrcr much if an emergency aros."
ill "fall thai Mf. Slieete Informed members
work a great deal of improvement that (Jovernment had given 'he
in Soil management, because hr Department of Agriculture facil!-
frankly felt that there was room ties for turning out about 60.OOT
for such improvement. He was trees a year. He expected to hay
asking planters to give thc tuliesl that number of Casuarlna tree:
to the Cultivate
Officer
Soil Conservation
One of the OulcCr's main duties
would be with regard to the qucs>
l.oo of -ioil conservation. Mr.
Skeete -aid. There could be
ready between June and October
If the demand for them was
greater, he had no doubt that
labilities for producing mor?
would be granted.
Root Borer was ihe next topic
of Mi. Skcete's talk He recalled
soil management unless there was -hat Mr. Tucker hod gone to Aus
p..il to mallaj* He was no) saying tralio last year, and said thai
thai their position was so ssTloui among the useful things that r.-
ll-.at they had little or no soil 10 suited from Mr. Tucker's vtatt
Itm they waM the discovery that there was
had to look to the future. now available an ln.-ectic.de which
They shouM pns* on their soil to had greater prospects of controll-
future" generations in n no worse tng root borer, than the inseeti-
condittOfl than tl-...i in which II cide they were using at present.
came t" them, and indeed, with The name of Uie new .insecticide
their greater knowledge and ex was Aldrin.
f they should pass it on In
n better condition He was .ippeal A Setback
lo all who Owned 01 There had been a set back,
managed Ihe soil of the island to however The manufacturers in
(r'irtcr whetfiei ,,r not they could their printed booklets had said
not do something t" conserve their last year thnt Aldrin would be
1 hotter w*v Ulan they bad terned out in a solid form But
done In the pas) There was much tlu tDepartrnient had been .'n-
10m for Imorovemanl lormed by the Agents in the West
-Do Not Sell
Out Empire"
From Pase I
(or u good Jamaican will pay
another sixpence gff shillinu (or 1
OfBclali in thc fruit trade here
were inclined to be similarly pes-
simistic regarding the possibility
of Cuba's re-entry into the grape-
fruit and pineapple markets. They
expressed the view that additional
supplies on the market would he
boun producers to a certain degree
But despite Ml reports from
Cuba, feeling here among those
chiefly Interested continues 10 be
hat what Cuba has nsked for and
vhat she gets will be two different
Jungs. Meanwhile Ihe Board of
Trade comment is "no comment
\0r111 \t; in 11 wry
A final word to-day conies from
Dr. Mcndoza the Cuban ambassa-
dor In London who says "no one
can eay when an agreement, If
there is one. will be announced.
Talks have been going on for six
months and there have been pro-
pfsltions and counter propositions.
Nobody can nay what has or h
not been decided".
Footnote: From ihe Daily Ex-
areaa sUff if pur lei in 1 >.[...,, to-
day tomes the report that there
are indications that Canada would
like to extend unspceined sugar
orders to Cuba lo sldsfstep the
British preferential on sugar. Aus-
iruiiii his, it Is understood, lodged
new conlaints with the CnnadTnn
Covernment on behalf of all
Commonwealth supDlicrs.
Canada would like to keep
Commonwealth sugar connections,
but argues that by doing so it
would be subsidizing Common-
wealth producers. Last year, be-
cause of the operations ( the pre-
ferential tariff. 98 per cent of Can-
ada's sugar came from the C<
munweallh, but at tl-19 a hun-
dredweight above the world price.
TRAFFIC STOPPED
BERLIN. March 29.
West Berlin police headquarter.;
announced tonight that Autobahn
traffic in both directions between
Berlin and West Germany hod
[ecu interrupted lor unknown
reasons Healer.
Dreadful, Chdking, Spasms Of
BRONCHIAL
ASII
ASTHMA r^s
WHY SUFFER TORTURES OF SLEEPLESS
NIGHTS When one dose of the umazini; Mixture will
tsHC thll Cfcoldllg, MiioU.er.ni; spasm in seconds! Buckley's
.Vftvturt is no ordinary medicineits different from any
Cough Remedy you have ever lastedTriple StrengthNo
SyrupAll Medication.
One Dose Stops The Cough
When you feel a cough or choking bron-
chial spasm coming on. just take a dose of
fluckley'* Mixture and "wallow slowly
You'll feel the powerful l.ealing warmth
pread down through your throat and bron-
cnial tub**, soothing inflamed pans, easing
hard breathing and loosening tough [>hlegm.
making ll easy to expel. Buckley's Mixture i
inada man rare Canadian Pine Balsam, and
. roven ingredients. There'.-- not anothtl
cough medicine like It Oet j bottle TODAY.
and relief right away.
BUCKLEY'S
MIXTURE
\ SIMil.K SIP imU WIIV WE SELL A MILLION BOT
BOTTLES A VEAK IN ICE-COLD CANADA AI.OSE
A SIN(.LE SIP TI.LI.s UIIY WE SELL A MILLION
Harbour Log
In Carlisle Bay
M V S*arft*M Sen Gforia Htmiriu
Stll Aail.n* Sch Mum HntMUi
Sell. H*m) D W.IUcr. VWil Cnar
Sih Botm. D. -.-h Uudalpda, Sch
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DOtUw. SrB. Emrbitr. Sell Ltd.* AOim
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nn. Sen Lu.iito M Smilh. S*h
Blue Nom Mar. 5th nut. W Rm>UA.
Sch Mary M. L*n. Sch Mally M
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IhoH. lor Trinidad
A Lu* Patriot. INI loin it* t. Capi
Osawasi io TmudaH
la Touch with Barbados
Coastal Station
CABLE AND VUHXLES* >Wi lr.l.
lid adv.iv lhal ih> can no* caaai
Dltalr with Ihe follow.!* ah.pa lhn.uk
tl.nr aarb-lf- Coa.l -.Ulion
I Mo-nutcaea. S8 Al|
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In order to complete
ho have AIJtEADY
t to tin I'Tiitcd States uf America,
at Queen'* Park House, Constitution Ito,
time '.tbte .
Wonit n whose aiirnames begin with the
letter M' and who live in parishes other
taaaSt. Michael.......
Wornt-n whose surname, begin with thc
letter R"
Woint.i whoK uritnines beg.n wiU) UM
letlers *K*. V. N- and O'
Women whose surnames begin i
letlet 'M*......
Women whose .uriiames begin with the
stutrs P\ Q'. T\ 'Y* ..
Women whose surname, begin 1
letters 'S' and 'V* .
the nstiasrauon cants oi all the
egistered m t omigrati
Ratt*8 of E\changtk
MARCH SO. ISS!
I ANADA
W< IS* pr. Crwquaa on
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Demand
Dram SI 11 p.
ftllhi Draft* SI > IB', pr
H IO-. pr. Cablo
119 IS-, pr. Curriwy SI pr.
Coupon. as 1 IS pr
U- r fMH-rr SO pr
SIX NOT EIGHT
TRHF.RAN. March 29
An official announcement to-day
-nd that six member^ of thc
snaticiil "CTusaders of Islam1*
novemeni were arrested yester
lay for plotting to kill the new
'Vision Prime Minister rfussain
M.i Khan. Il was reported
irreite tepoi*
toad, according to the t
Women whose lumamti begin with the
seller W'.......... Saturday. 7th April
n the
I aooo
Cinipietum of the rasDatrouoa earda will ha eosnmuad duri
week MoBdaj, Slh April to Kudav. 13tli April. IU5I. and i
Sir William
3 P
Saturdgi
*ho have not yet called and
do so between Ihe hours of V a.m. and 3
ing time table:
Women whose surnames begin with UM
tellers A. B and C .
Women shoe turnarnM iM'giii with the
lelteis 1>. K. F and G
Women whose surnames begin with ihe
letter* II I. J, K ond L
Women whose surnames begin unli Ihe
letters M. N. O. P, Q nnd R
Worrtee whose surnames begin with the
letters s. T. V. W and Y ..
No one will be attended lo
will be no new reglslruions on ihe di
who have not >Tt regitered wdl be advised when the*
319 51 In
pletrd their cards can report and
< rding to the lolli
M>nui.i> dth April
Tuestlaj. lUlh Apnl
Ta i i.iv Hth Apnl
Thursday. 12th April
Ramsay
cat aW iuveiYirr tf flrmenam
Jthievcnenl uiiptrallelri in sW
if dafaatAy, The
first ejhit sWivnEnahsfaaaif
JZqltfli,
n, a rjff fts
",j// .piar.mitt in
sW sir. /.aiarr, Rmwtf avuf
Ini assisfsafl tuitttlr&in
h| arssaa, nem, krypmt
mi4xrH0fi.niu.il art tUtpttmnt
0nmmti. At fw ifcrsf /ssrs avrr rntrr inmnVaf
iSaiiriJ SBSfSsaaSJ. Arftm
'is the A'o* Msrsf as tfcr "WaVm gss-fiil'J elttuic li^ki Mb W* tkftb ssasiaaa) lamp
H itpmJs on neon 1$ o*A m txleit rfu/ fm nrropiisr it tvJsy ky my .(" namt Am that
of" mem tion ". Iklmm is owe employrJ is tkcie Imipt, in *aVbs* to it* weS known
Jf. inittsJ ej hyJrooen. t<'t MSS^SMM I", ftrntfjoi .' .'.'i r-SSSW i
atoadla) tad
tween the hour* of
am. and 3 p n>
Tuesday. 3rd April be-
tween the hours of 9
a.m. and 3 p.m.
Wadnaaday. 4th Apnl be-
tween thc hours of 9
a.m. and 3pm.
Thursday. 5th Apnl be-
tween the DO
a.m. and 3 pm.
Friday 6th April Mwaa d, dlmosfntt hd
*- hours of 9 a.t and | T
>ii, 1*1" now, hoi] a century lof, they on ./ i*h-^i
rtdm.J)iraernin(:;/d>^u>iM %$$ 'U uasofir iv!l as heutg prsjeuoi q] i*cmi>ify jiH'i.r. : - i'.
Ifoe, Union He was ImyhuJ in i jw, mJ aassaV I sW NpW fti.-r In
H^i- In isil hepreUieiover ffir piaTntsii
i "e his flair fir iaasjaafi') ra
moivlumauaM4*ini^liJi,l'ienJIijl-a>iil .
Trade Ahirl o
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ll\RH\DOS ADVOCATE
SATlltDAY. MARCH i I'.,
B^B\D0SA0V5fATE
Saturday, March 31. ISSI
America'* Mottl Surprising
i \|Mirl
IHAIMM.
THE question of ihc training
Servants and Nurses tor higher posts now
imported personnel has again
came up (or public discussion. During the
omsiileration of the Estimates in the
i Assembly, the matter was ex-
haustively debated and again in i
lative Council at the lime of the
Appropriation Bill.
Hon. Dr. Cato without making reference
to the closing of some of the already limit-
ed Wards of the General Hospital, pointed
out that there was need for training abroad
some of the nurses at the Hospital. He did
not limit his criticism to the need for
nurses alone but added that the training
of Civil Servants abroad would not only
fit them for higher posts in the service but
would improve the overall efficiency.
The Civil Service Association some time
ago raised the issue and in the 1950-51
Estimates the sum of $25,000 was allocated
for training of Civil Servants. Little else
appears to have been done.
Colonial Office and British Council
Scholarships have made available to a few
members of the service opportunities for
acquiring training in the United Kingdom
and there are still a few of them abroad.
one from the Education Department and
another from the Public Works.
In the am John who clenched the argument by giving
instances of ihree nurses in the Hospital
who had been marked out as being capable
of making full use of training abroad. One
of these took charge of the Eye Depart-
ment, another of the Casualty and the
third was sent to the Operating Theatre.
All three had justified the opinion of the
Medical Staff by acquiring a high standard
of proficiency.
With this experience to guide them it
seems difficult to imagine the Government
not seeking training facilities for some of
these nurses. There an- || present three
in the United Kingdom bat this number
might well have been multiplied ten times
during the years ^specially sir ce hospitals
in the United Kingdom have closed be-
cause of the shortage of nurses. The I'ay
Wards in the Barbados General Hospital
would nevei have been closed two years
ago If there had been a suificiency of
nurses. Those who had been trained would
have returned as Sisters and would havfl
been able to train the younger mem hers of
th." nursing staff who had not gone abroad.
The Hospital now has 339 beds to cater
to the needs of a population of approxi-
mately 200.000 people. The fact that a few
private hospitals have grown up in recent
vc.irs End have all become flourishing
establishments is an indication that the
Barbados General Hospital needs expan-
sion.
In the matter of Civil Servants, it is evi-
dent that Barbados cannot attract top
grade English personnel because of the low
remuneration offered, so the sooner prom-
ising young Barbadians are attached to
Trinidad. Jamaica and London for greater
experience, the better for the administra-
tion.
The mere reorganisation of the Civil
Service here is no answer to anything. The
speed with which Colonial and Financial
Secretaries and even Governors vacate
posts in Barbados show clearly that we are
regarded as no great catch.
Stte ?;.. baled itself through
these pt two year* in fUrlng
away the secrets of its -
For calculated prodi-
gality history would be nar!
pressed to furnish a ,
But Its
;.fter the Fc<:
cperation Administration had been "''
i d, its then director. Paul
Hoffman, observed to Brttaat.'a
Sir Stafford Ciipps that it \n
..ii >.u mtB m lai to .vend
maehtnes ana material- to Europe
- but whirl MWWIM had we that
the Europeans kffcN how to g*t

in these
ip recent Iv wound
The thi:.. : us be-
-... th*
" p* tandina; from top to
m in the factor) It Li not
limply that mi" worker calls his
b
r.rand of -
clt* It is that both worker and
toss feel tl
I the whol* enterprise
Are the istaens learned her
E-th team, each member coma ****. upon? TVr lewrd suggest*
IV
BEVERL.Y oOWIE
voulditn.t up with particular and detail'-. j^c, WJm miiB>,
be a good idea to have Americans findings on Its sector of Ira
. rn" Cnpps agreed. unomi tatt throughout analytical aspon on iu sector.1
these inrredibly varied reports which u distributed br the ten*
March 1949. with the advice up the whole range of American and even hundreds of thousands
Raad, Chair- endeavour run several common cf copies. Each team tours its'
man of the board of General FJec- themes These war* epred ewn industry, relaying Its oborrva- j
tin-, -ml Walter Reuther. head of succinctly by one of the first pro- lions in person The nailo..'* j
th United Auto Workers the ductivity teams to return from pien general as w
rechnical Assistance Division set Ameno With a bluntness tnal technicalpa>*es the word along
up shop under the Economic Co- (.(.used a MfttttW Mies are ex-,
9 It began Britain. ",1 ' each.
by sending American pcrsonn-l one* unit reported to the nation team's fliui:-
SLZ7ZZE*J?Z 2*s m -.-- *& "SSL Zff cSSLTS.
hybrid corn In Italy, and tb start hours per ton is undoubtedly &"'*' *J2g JJJ> {s^J?.'
aoV-baan project, m West Ger- higher , the United SUtos ,h.. ,** -r
tut as soon as possible It It U In Briiaii by something be- u c|Mrln|.ni,us<.4 l0t technical'
beian sending Eutopcau p.oduc- tw-een iO and M patent. The intlrTmiUon Th (i, m ,.*(.,,,
Mam** to the United States fundamental "o' hl*" for ipeeifle cetuuffattOM Th.-.
10 find out thing* for theinselver productivity have been fummM |>unfh llandardlza.lon jnd m.
By the and of ISM), the Technical and are stated to be psychological pi,flcation programmes. '
Assisla; Mid guided Kirst. last and all the time, man- Th# r^um, are evident. Before
i DM vuih teams through agements arc actuated by the be- ^ foundry team's report had
the BW \. ^n industry hef that hith rates of production pvptl b(L(.n put.i^hcd. many Bril-
and agriculture These teams in- are essential to Individual and col- (fcn fi,c..ur,,.B nad already begun
Judod S.HM bUrtPf men. engin- lective succe"-* First, last and all
eers. union lenders, farming ex- the time, workers at the bench.
_:;.| techni- at the machine and in offices .-110-
cians of all kinds from 16 coun- scribe to that same belief. ThU
Lclicf is not simply intellectual op-
urrciutlon: it has a firm emotional
For 1951. The Technical Assist- hold upon the whoks body of
il' fig $6,000.- American industrial thouglil."
industrial pr.xluctivity.
S3.000.000 un agricultural produc- Somewhat more pactflcaDy, |u,w to get
ivity. and S6.1HIO.000 on misol '..in aAtV team was struck by th. machinery. 1
lancous pi inly with which American
npowar Utllltal port- management met the challenw of
ation, martcaUng, public- mjiriipi*- high labour cost. According to n
Od n f..nh A budg1 <>r Innldilig-irades team chief: '
to act on its recommendations in
exact detail. One firm, adopting
American techniques, cut if
man-hour* per ton by 14. An-
other plant increased its produc-
tion by nearly 600 per rent,
broke j bottleneck in castings,
and raised output by some 250
per cent. Still another Arm saw
fuller use of Its
scrap restrictive
and to ailopt better
patterns.
In France, ihoa manufacturers
Si5.ooo.ooo to promote i wcond Utttt ag*eUoo, I ...ns.de. to "*fjj P'iu cl'"" ^Lf)r ^
1 revolution I l ) 'hat ImOK &0 per cent Of "'h *P;J T^L^ I
Hut, spent .. .: Ann......i luporlority ,n produc- ^ha"'"B( ^er ' .?" ^TJ";
l.vitv H due to pre-plann.ng and W^ P""' '" .^^^V,,**\'
get slarted careful , ^^.t.on btrfOra .,.- ^^JSSrSJSTtwT^
I KO. I
.....
methlni lik.- tins The rrenctl work begin.-i" Another aspect.
pactmi thai rapOftad bf Ul inttinal-combu.-.-
Itl output i^-r man is well !*!
what is considore her
Mrar faod .osU. Belgian coal
"" r"'^7T^" sa toSafiLrzfsLgsi
r......" "" ? ff '" " PUnM to .co b n lt.a%t ,0 ^.,
United State*, advines iu novern- that trie minimum labour is used much morr I)u|cn br|cl< mau
tnem that It would like to Blkl ior a particular aBSIKiunent, and facIurerSi handicapped by out-
out why and to gee what can be the men *o utilized i.re carotully m0(lcti niethodi o( dryinB bricle

drop-
now for the first time getting
Teady for year-round production.
Some American economisls
remain sympathetic but skept-
ical. They assert that a notion's
economic growth i not very well
understood, but that it seems to
done to raise efficiency. Paris selected for their
pagfjsa the request to the local ECA job."
mission. Received anil approved. '. .
it goes to K( A offl... nf the Spo- **** as "nportcnt as |
cial RtpraarnUUva Than II forging team pointed out
nm lowed gain, with pedal Mttn- A" on *c",n* 6"
.Jon U) It* question Cult minuter uc out orevery machine
France's M | IDIWOn ev"> nour The American forge _
H wall Plan countr: if th.- answer is more forgings per hour than Its wnt a ycar regflrdless of tech-
MgaUva* rtfllstJ* il forwarded 5?^..!OU,i*S5i Why Be- noiogical flurrle, In any one
t.. the Technical AssUtanes Divi- eause the American worker Is industry, and that the parts can
siou in Wellington for luriher provided with every conceivable grow no faster, in the long run.
scrutiny Then if the ntvision'ii P,lwCr lo'- *-' meehjuiical than the whole.
Hirivior wniiao. 1 Hnft aives. hlr handling device, every positioning They fail to explain how the
,T;:",,il!l,;'rpnI: '-;"" * -" e^s&r^^F^i
-i m.nntfer 1* i. the tatter's wtil count. BccatiGC, more basic- for example, continue* to rist
lob in nTlk with thi trade iuS!" ">' bo,h lab"ur '"d manemen'. at n rate much hiher than trie
lions knd the ial.ur union,',',!,. J'"'"1 "". Pf^"*. "K" "* 9*1
teirtUa toduirlrj and eat their help
. u'. | raws.rdlfig ittn-
crary for the French team.
ha,( predicted. Econi
blow which the forging unit can lsls had expected a postwar
deliver should be. utilized for th-- letdown In Uritish pi-oducUi
performance of useful work." "nd then a levelling off, followed
by a modest 1 or 1 per cent
On Ihc other side of the Allan- nc n>iKht have thought th.- annual rise Instead, the rate
tic, meanwhile, the French have lwonj of simplification old. No. has Rone right on up at
been Mlectini Hum. .eprescnta- l "f'crM European management 12 per cent clip.
. m.iH>. and labour. "A prominent menu- v_
fac'.urer of radio and tsjlavulori
France, too, is upsetting pre-
dictions. A French heavy-clec-
came
States. Its report
lives from ownership, manage-
ment, and labour, and sendmu
them DC, brUSh-IV tour of the.r |JfWg Mt* J"?^, J"" '" trical^uipnunt
trim induetry Shortly they VI il '^extent of :simph llcatlo n ,T s
board a liner for the United *""" had been carnc-d out in his nmll, ,.ven lhe mo!ll inlranslJ;..
States-and encountet the first of pwntin leiet, ision seu the range Frrnch macufneturer* sit up and
man. layer* And |,rfd *" confined to two basic ,ak(1 no|lc(. FlnaIiv> a ,t.,m o(
Utm .sharing cnl.im u lUl t> ,^s of chassis and witlu.
union lenders, engineer* with mill l>'Pw ,n"ny. ^ W?F! Sft
hands. Things ...e | hit stiff i.t fluingeablc. As I dn n
first, but thev loosen up. The* had ""' 'eduction in variety the plant extension service, they set about
rot the next two months output had been raised ... by 80 l0 convince both their Mm
;hcse men will cil. sleep, work, percent. Agriculture and their fellow
play, Hid argue together tn pro- Sharp ns hU been Ihc impact farmeVs. Tp date, the French have
fcastonal Intimacy without u letup, of America upon owners and dispatched a total of 32 teams'
managers, it bus been I Ice
At the flock, the project man- M-Vere upon workers god union
kit's men t 'in. altojul. welconW ,.niciuU.
them, and acquaint them with
American cumrag Then they are Before she left for home one
Off, UK. from there on out. no Kuropean textile worker declared
productivity team gels a chance to "I came out with not muih faith
draw it full" breath until i^rctunis 1 asked operatives about then*
to Europeand not always then, jobs; whilst they did work hard.
IU members, ransack Amcriei.n they did get the wage. I see no cf rise in real income and dis-
plauts all day and take notes all frar now of the 'stretch* when 1 go hearten and discredit the ambas-
mght Accountants bombard them home. I will have a rough lime, sailors of productivity. It seems
with statistics, engineers lake them and 1 may get a few halm pull. ly, however, tfUll
down ihe assembly lines, execu- oul. but I will l.v .in ambassador." same factors will force the govcrn-
hves detail the hUVry of each A French moulder, one of sev- merits of Europe to turn with an
on ration, ind labour leaders oral labour representatives 00 lb* even greater urgency to the I Dte-
..pph their own footnotes. i'ren. Ii malleable-iron team, sum- books, of their returning teams
expert-, from French agriculture
iBIM Kelurntng with n story
to spread .iboul the An
nduslrial. 8 agricultural. 2 mar-
keting, and 4 labour They
.....I luthortntlori for i
than i hundred others
Some observers have warned
that the new burdens of defei.v
BO* I ting placed upon the budgets
of ihc Watt may stiuelch any hope-
Ol 11 III VIIIIIS NAY
Af[V '.n,ii jit tt
To The Editor. The AJouCata-
SIR.
During the debate In the ilouso
< f Al I i'--ir lb thi
week some on,, was reported t I
have said thai B) Q* i bill politi-
. Uuu one Ihlnf ..nil the Dlri
of Eiiucation another. Such rash.
olTeitMvc anil mhuCadlnf state-
inents. typical or hothessctad poli-
nly dp harm I regard
it a-, none other than i
. tl opt l" belittle teachers in
<\i tin- question of Age-Ckoup-
ing teachers are not all ai the
\\ i*-ii
poliin i.ms so and tho%e for it tell
tin- Director so, tin re fat no < *
for the political offend* i
he can prove that thote v.
them i.ne thing ore the same peo-
ula who toll
.
ous, this fact was overlooked. And
maj 1 say. it is in", all
who hang around politicians nnd
are void of r
ignorant of Profbaaforial Etiquette
The blnme for Age-Grouping
if there iM
, : who
had the power to permtl i
its- Introdtiet..... i
bul '
oarry oul Ooven
v.i,. thi r ttu
' the beginning i-
.ii their opfauV
GroupinK. Some objectci
agreed and the res' thought it
cruld be given a fair trli I
With the than i
period of retardation, wri
.
across n streom" plus thi
defeci In Introducing It Ix'fore a

with Age-
Grouping came mother change.
time from trie drill-sergMpi
attitude in the threo (Pi lo .i rnore
tl education aiming at pro-
ducing a good and useful citizen
Hence tta .>-!-- nrriad
with Ihein soinelhiiig of an op-
prentkeahlp consequently some of
the time s|M-nt on the three R's
was given to nthel Sllb.ieeUi
Today secondary (.overninent
nnd I'nvnte Schools ore til).-..
oveillowing an I tli. i. nmre
than 1009 increase in the
attendances at these Schools to
day above that of
years asja Whera do Ihese
Chijdrea come from and who .ir>>
they They gre the ream of the
Elementary cfaOOhl which In tlW
I | WOUld have ieniaim-,1 there
to boost them. Ncaik aVOTJ
ihiUi who shiowi prornlat is rc-
ved ns soon as he oi she
Ji ohool.
Wl ,t I would rec ininetij U
that politicians tell people the
truth instead of infusing them
with bad spirits against a set of
I' pie who hold and can contro.
lo some extent the destinies of
their children.
While (here L appnre'it dlsjnrj-
.inODO te.uhcrs and failings
n the Teachers' Association, one
cannot deny that they are :>"
i ontented and >lfsacrificing n
b dy, bearing the grind U1WOTI1
plalnlngly of avery load i
tional social and othi i K Will
what result? "Do be treated Uhp
. by all concerned I
Ingly unsympa tile tie (jovernmei^.
i eunl parents and ehil
dren who seem to suffer a sort
rdertOlity complex, and too
paonla to i la..... ui im
.1 im of thell duties. I
do not think they will endure It
t -nger
ONLOOKER,
March an, mi.
So/i
T. Tlir Uffor, The Adeocgfa
SIRj1 notice that Ixxige
School will In' unable '
team for the Watei-JVio Compe-
titioit beeausa'lhejr* ;ite unable
llnunciiilly lo raise the fund, to
pay for transport.
Are the boys of tod iy lattlnff
soft?
wiien i waaal Han kwn college.
almost forty years ago. 10' ol
the hoys used to walk to school
and back home again in the
afternoon. Some came from quite
a distance.
I remember one boy especially,
in. knained "Pearly l'yjanm k*"
haling from Gun Mill, who
walked down religiously, played
garnet during the breaks and
idter school, and then walked
home at 0 p.m.
When Athletic Sports were dlM
to lake place. Peal > i'> (am
icks" thought nothing of running
.. eoui la of Han's altar ichool an I
then setting off cheerfully lo
walk to Gun Mill
Don't any of the Lodge Boys
have bloyaateT
Lodge is not a terrific distaiu-e
from ihe Aquatic Club and
icnung to the Club >* mostly
downhill.
Times have changed, forty
years ago there were no cinemas
and "necking" was not an
..icnmplishmenl learnt M Seho-jl
VETEItAN
Sliim/H
Tu The Edifor, The Adoocohf
EUR, I w ad to read
In yntir paper this morning under
the caption Public (ten I
merit to the effect thai

Parcel Branch on the ''
Postage stamps of aM denomlna-
iyn been available
at the Parcel Branch both when
it was attached to the G.P.O.
and now at the Whnrf. For fhe
I iVsN of the public a Post
It..V has been tix*1 at the present
Offloa '"! Ihii It cleared :* times
daily
Neither 1 nor The Oflleer In-
"Charge of the Branch hava luj
eomplaints from any periOn In
tins lespect.
In fairness to the Department
I shnll be obliged if you will pub-
lish this letter in .m early Issue of
your paper.
i am. sir.
Your "tn llent servant
II H AHMSTRONG.
('-I. aial To-tmaster,
Mar. h ??. IHI
IMifihifut aUMav
To Tne toil or, ran AaeocaM
^>U\ Wnl you pa mil u. as
ram* tu youi dengbi-
nbrtoi m the i s a to
ugistri in pleasure U
beautiful ..no rnose wno eritt-
n?e your tropical cotfec and un-
legtnctad cnickena, have appar-
<:itiy ac4 ti-.. ki afidata
i wish lo commend the hospi-
L.liiy of Clubs and hotels. Ihe inu
scum, the InteUigenes of drivers
and ofBcen In their courteou**
'i srart to tourists' questions.
and especially the co-operation of
anuMrri tnd church which
lesults In such B service and con.
cert as those offered by ihe Cathe-
dral and Police Band tins week
You are to l-e congratulated
tpon Mich talent and ability aa
' n by Captain Raison and the
Wl Ul for-
tunate to have bean amongst the
Youi ilnceretj
i M MARDENBEROH
Unnaapolla).
Rl 'I'-
ll est'
March/-23, I
"NOBODY'S DIARY"
MondayThe Waterworks main bust m
Fitts Village. That was the content of
the Voice which spoke from the Com-
plaints Department when I telephoned
at 9.15 a.m. Who said that the early bird
is happier, healthier and wiser"1 Had I
not got up at 7 15 a.m., and in a rush of
energy decided to clean out the duck-
pond. I might have been able to have got
a wash al any rate. As it was. 1 am still
hot, sticky and sweaty as I write and my
beard is only trimmed because the kettle
had been filled before the ducks got
their treat. Phoned at 11 a.m.. to be told
that the job wasn't done yet. At 9 p.m. it
was still unfinished. Easter Bank Holiday
with no water and the plants dying of
thirst.

One of those horrible things happened
to me that can happen to anybody. It
was Holy Saturday and in Baxter's Road.
The road was jammed and as if in sym-
pathy my horn jammed too. It was jubil-
ation and joy and one wit shouted "yuh
think ns the fifth of November?" I didn't
think al the time, I just stopped, ripped
open the bonnet made a lightning deci-
sion tugged at the nearest of three wires
and a miracle happened. Silence. Later
on when I had time to think, 1 thought
what a holy horn I had. It was past mid-
day on Holy Saturday. Has there ever
been a greater cause for jubilation? I was
Mirry for the wit. Was the 5th of Novem-
ber that awful memorial ol gunpowder,
man's worst enemy remembered, while
the whole meaning of Man was forgot-
ten ?
Did somebody say we were educated?
TuesdayAt last I understand what the
Bishop meant when he said "it is people
that mattei". He was thinking of Baxter's
Road. I found that out today. People a
everywhere at both sides of the road and
in the road and even donkey carts, those
privileged means of transport were
given second place. Motor cars and 'buses
don't count for anything at all. Only
people.

The water came on about 2 a.m., today
with great rushing sounds. I pulled the
chain at once (I had been woken up by
the noise) and oceans of chocolate came
rushing out. It was mud I suppose.
Which is what I thought when I was out
watering the beans at 6.15 a.m. I'm look-
ing for a deduction on this month's bill.
It may have been the ants or it may
have been just animal pleasure but every
time I'm happy in the garden my mind
turns to Cincinnatus. He's the one poli-
tician for whom i have always had the
greatest respect. He lived a long time ago,
of course. The story tells how in 485 B.C.
he was called from the plough (a farm
tool) to become dictator, when the
Roman Army had been cut off by fire
Aequians. He beat the Aequians and in-
stead of ruining the peace returned to his
farm. If only our politicians could be got
on the land at all, how fortunate we
might be.
WednesdayIt was at the slandpipe that 1
saw her. It was early in the morning and
ihe tood there gossiping away as go*
.sip-, will. But she was wearing a bucket
OD her head. It tilted her as naturally as
any hat from a Swan Street store and
she never swayed as she spoke.
1 wish l1 could have eavesdropped.
1 might have heard something like
tins.
Bucket: I told him, either he'd take me
to see Bing Crosby ..
2nd girl: Wuh yuh want lo see him fer?
Bucket: There's something about
Crosby, when he sings, when he talks.
his face lights up . .
2nd girl: C.o on.
Bucket: I can't, I must fill this bucket
and go home before . well before this
bucket falls off me head.
Get 'rouse there girl, yuh think yuh
own dis' stanpipe. It belong to all uh we,
Nuh.
ThursdayA friend from the country tells
me this is u bad week for cane growers
and factories. Many workers are having
a spree, and several factories are unable
lo grind because Ihe canes are coming in
too slowly. He tells me that the small
peasant growers find it impossible to get
their canes cut and make a profit because
labourers charge them nearly twic what
they ought to be paid for cutting. It seems
there's two sides at leasl to the sugar
story. And we only seem to hear one.
Friday -Yesterday was Lettuce Day. I pass-
ed no less than 20 boys on the way from
school, all carrying lettuces, enormous
green lettuces. 1 wondered whether
there was a school specialising in kitchen
gardens, but I understand there is a
kitchen garden near the school and that
the boys were taking a lettuce home for
supper.
The girls were running along with bags
and books. It's worth repeating here
remark made often before but made this
week that girls need priority of educa-
tion. Reason being that when you edu-
cate a boy. you educate one individual.
but when you educate a girl you educate
a family.
There was a spot on Ihc evening star
last night I watched it sink to rest over
the sea. At lirst il looked like the torso
of a gigantic boxer, but as the star got
nearer the horizon it looked like a penny.
Maybe it was the moon's shadow. Is
there an astronomer in the house"
SaturdayThere's no astronomer but there
Is a slave, a transparent white wood
slave. I knew a Scotsman uuce who took.
Barbadian lizards back to Edinburgh as
pets, but who wants a arood slave? I
don't but my house is full of them all
the same Wood slaves on thv wall and
hats under the shingles. How can I ever
be lonely?
BED BLUE '
Also PENCILS rOR MARKING GLASS
ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORE
FLOWER POTS
from 3" to 12" diameter
ORCHID POTS
5"; "; 7"; 8"; and 12" diainoti-r
Made by Iht Government Factory
VEGETABLE GARDEN MANURE
GARDEN TOOLS
SHEARS. ETC., ETC.
WILKINSON & 1IAVNES CO., LTD.
Successors lo
C. S. PITCHER & CO
PHONES : 447Z. 4687. 4251, 4413
FOH >#' rv ttlH
in \m ro WEAB okpt.
TOOTAL DRESSING
GOWNS IN POLKA DOTS
TOOTAL RAINCOATS
SPORT COATS
IN HARRIS TWEEDS
BOYS' SCHOOL
BLAZERS
JANTZEN BATH TRINKS
IN BOXER. LASTEX
AND WOOL
SATIN ELASTIC TRUNKS
ROC JOC AND SHIRTS TO
MATCH BY PEGASt'S
GENTS' FANCY
BOXER TRUNKS
SPRING COATS
IN MANX TWEEDS
f.V Of'H nOOI.I.K.X lll-l'l.
MOYGASIIEI.
SPRINGBAK
will i:i -ii Mil i
LINENS
GENUINE
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DOE-SKINS
BY
HUNT & WINTERBOTHAM
ENGLISH GABERDINES
TN A BIG
VARIETY OF COLOURS
ALL WOOL LAN-AIR-CEL
CELLULAR BLANKETS
LAMBSMERE 100% VIRGIN WOOL
III Check Designs By REID & TAYLOR
of Scotland
DaCOSTA & Co.. Lid.
DRY GOODS DEPT.
'febc/c Ut rfamm
*JZff
eco
norr"c
THE FOLLOWING FLAVOURS
JUST ARRIVED
Chei
. Lemon.
Lime. PineappK'
^ Tapioca
V ChoculaU*
;. Vanilla
C" Hutterscolch Flai
23C. PFK !*
I'xli'ii lli'liriitiiM
I A 11 ..IIIMl
mill HOI I S
s rnrrv .7.1 per In.
;> '.loirs Choolalc Ran
2\t tins ? I I
V Anchor Iluiter Bfl per lb.
K KltlarnaLV Condensed Milk
D .27 per tin
\ 12 oz. Pke Dates 30 Each
,s Anchoi MUk 1
; 10 each
\ Fresh Carrots i, Bed Root
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SATl'RDAY. MARCH SI, ih:,i
HAUBAIKIS ADVOCATF.
P\(.K HVF,
Report of B'dos Genera t
Agricultural Society
FORTY-FOUR FULL MEMBER:
Member were elected lo the Barbados General Agricultural
Society in 1950. according lo the Report of the Committee
of Management, published yesterday,
The Iarc increase in membership was the result of a
Circular sent to persons interested in agriculture who were
not members, inviting them to join the Society
Tti. DM Avoviate Member i
i)r M (1 Pruvert-s. Government rtr time by the ncvvly-formee
Velerinar.. Ofl Camera Club. As a result of the
At the end of the vcr there enthusiasm nf the member* of thi*
wen llM Full Members, nine A*- Club one of the best dlSpJ
9Ctal Members and one Honor. photographs ever seen
ary Member Dados was presented.
Twelve regular monthly meet-
lap and two speeial meetings of Finances
tne Committee of Manapmiqi, Th cst of the new steel shed
two rcgulai halt yeany general Wi"1 higher than had been estint-
nectinia and one spec.al general "led. and as a result, the finances
meeting were fc.-ld during the year. of ,he Society are at present yen
Mr. K W. E. Tucker. Govern- ,ow The total cost of the teel
men: Entomologist, gave an ad- *Mit w"* S8.893.46
the Kooi Hirer during UN A( ,hr p,"l f IJecrmber. 1949
>t-ar He ili".nU-d a new method ,l"' surplus funds o( the Society
of controlling this, pest by mean-, **rc $8,970.14 At the end q|
men) -I the soil with an l^cember, 1950 Urn mrpaii Ml
wiiiiiii; u %i i
insecticide called "G.
I'ntil Uili method could be thor-
oughly investigated, however, Mr
Tucker recommenced that control
I y hand picking should be revived
roUi aring Mr. Tucker's suggestion
a joint letter from the Sugar Pro-
V I i A sociation and this Societ.
reduced to $1.904 31
Battery, fticyciv
Chains Stolen
utten to the Dlreelor~o7AK. 'T'HlEi
i mln| him that these batt
LODGE SCHOOL WL\S
INTER-SCHOOL CUP
inch
Erom Page I
mm Mm. i, ""- imai short of Class III rive
r.*i. STOLE a Six-volt fo,,. record which w.-w set un in
"Sfg"^ batterj valued 135.62 from 1944 and E N Harris, .sinner of
bodies would support the re in *e motor launch Exalarer widch Class II high jump for I'arrv
iroduclion of a programme for the was moored off the Aquatic Club. School. He went four inches short
rand collection of root borer The incident was reported by St. of the record of five feet four ami
beetles. Clair Greenidgr of Beckles Hill half inches, but what was rc-
/ lecture was delivered at a St. Michael. The battery belongs markable was his type of jump.
General Meeting of the Society by to Vincent Burke of Bay Street. After knocking down the bar m ...
Mr. J. B. D Robinson, B.Sc. James Springer of Palmetto the early stages of the jump, he >-ioy Government Agricultural Chemist, Square. City, reported that his bi- 'topped jumping the normal type ,
on the subject of Soil Fertility. cycle was stolen from inside the ' Jump and started a backward i i
Rat Ex terminal Ian | Approxi- K-.teway at the Public Ubrtn be w**<"r> roll
mately 606.000 rat baitt were tween 3 30 p.m. and 3.45 p m on _nte. a*'n H. C. firewater':
II H1C.II JUMP
l:......i -
i. ; .-.fn.n leu
Informaliun Wanted
By lnf authority i thl-
u.ili koo feet long b "> feet
high, being built aloig the
Canal at Combermere? Isn't
thU area suppoved to be kepi
clear of *n obstruction
\i;d isn't this the area where
two I'ark Wall* have alread)
collapsed ?
More Sugar
SIi.|>|hmI In "." I
.
ped tlm Pan ui
\,|v
rate wag
liar period wa
The anHHini i 1950 wui
ltl.rU K
A plat".'
Vl>...it. i,ijy H|,(
that all faclom
ahead rapKily ritn friadlng cane
before the BatM ,
' After the Easter celebration'
the labourer
work a bit stale and for : i
work has slowe We howevi : too hanl on
urera and I am
next week work will be back t
normal," he said.
A manager from St Andre.
iaiii that in that parish the labour-
ers are working as hanl as the.
always Sforil Thej i
I later in ,i big Wftaj tad it-
turned to work with
keennes-s as they had before Eastei
He said. -'Their ftM VOTJ lew
slacke
i thai pai leh"
SHOPKEEPER
DISCHARGED
rlaalM il
'"/li .-.-
jumper
.. Thui'%- Kori attempt at
lay afternoon was the dress dis- *cord In the high jump was R. V.
play event. This was a conti '''' ' Clatl IV He jump-
Irtween the four bouses. ed .i halt inch short ol Ihe feet

; i otKl 1UHP i
1 H Vtwrlt (LI Hal, IB II II
L*wi> iCi )nd H .
*
niviBil(V n it t>t b
L* IIICII JUMP a I K Tl..(filn ,1.1 | 1...... Bnd w.-Hthd
HMaki i n i.
rABDB I urnbrrll.li
i UIPfON
i-at baitt were twren o*uu.m. ana j. p.m. on r~"", ,- ---.- i'qkc''
prepared and rotd during the Thursduv t-lasa I lng Jump record of 20 g.r- 1
year at a cost of 2J baita for le. Two hoist chains nra Molen i*S U& J'""?^* n?ma'ned l*?*c
32,000 baits which remained over front the Belle Factn.v durina tha Sv'UM>l tl?l^ard ma,le." v:,hi""
from the campaign In 1949 were week. Thev in th.'-Z'u if ,,umi> of 20t *&*%** ,*ort,,,'
old durirut IflSo M t batta for Ic 0 i> LaantUe. m SS ,S ^^TJ with College |q the
Slug I'oMo.,; Another ship- Manager, reported tlie Sou T ^ v n< lhf" f""
ment of 100 lb* of Metaldehyae N INTEEESTINCi rVATIRI' """ fUr ^"^ ' '
lison was received durliw the /V i.i the Christ Church Tounda- Another jumper who made a
m oiI he's.H.et"" -,i $1 ,.lon G?r1*'Scno1 SDOrli on Thurv Rood attempt at 0qualUn|
a pound.
Inspeclioi. ol Lorries : An |
suit of lepie .-nunons ,.....i,- | Cioups of^ junioi and senior alrU inches record Tall, slim W.-b-
uio s ,t> uh-;yearl> hnspacUon v.,,v- ainscn to represent ih* ater ;.tso won the bo and i5
M torrsei u>- ^Department of nouaea. The senior girh wore yards dUUncen In nil division
Highways and Transport was quantities of paper, in a variety H* returned Hood iiinei m hot'i
Chanfad Iron, the months of May c! colours. p,Tr, o adiors d ra.es. r -.
and June to the period of Novenv l(^le.s. The, then had lo cut the The Coleridge Clas* HI chain- wmt-
D*SrJ'*g---------- Pfcper into different patterns and P'"" '- O'll Thompson raa <*
. ,, f, r Ajgainat oppo- dngg the junior girls Each house ood. but he won so easily thai ,
Mtion from some sections of the kept its particular uatterns a he did not put his best into nil point
community the new steel shed was ^ret and it was not until the events.
S71'??,mP >C'!r,1.a1,, i sed for the r,rM time at this years tators really knew wh;il the irirls the Championship cut between
Agricultural Exhibition as the urrc RO|ng to look like Lodajg and Harrlion College was
"Kr?Jl!l -<.. .. Tl,u "'"-' l",llM' 'o eompleie tne maintained from betfnnUu to
The Committee ol Management v,,nl uas [),cken* followed bv *,n'1' Al lt"* ''ml ,,r lho '""'") -------------------------
rearet thai Government has not UaMftcld a,i .,', ahaktsoearc "". Colatfe were 16 points. _^
cy,L*,>*afe" '" W w;,v ** They were given a eertala amount i",, L00**' l7 An" "" '': l-*frrv I lll'ils I III I
aoever In the cost of the m-w she.l. f |K.mts f, v*,,l College were 31 end Lodge U
despite the fact that it is being Mrs. R. G. ChaHenor, Who pre- <-*''" 1t out by the eleventh
wed doily as a shelter for feeding ented the prizes next judged th' race, l^nlge were 48 points and
the pool and in available for any t.(tiunies liJt orina|itv and College 38. When there was only
other worthy functions which :.re |,:illls ,,,, ,. iv,.lll , Sh:ikl, one more event to go.
1 eld al Queen'i Park. uvtir*.- House Second wa* Dickens >'"rds. College wa* 78 point:
AdiiiwI Exhibition: The One i)lld lhlrd Mfl,rIie]d Ix>dge 79.
Hundredth Agncullural and In- jj,^ wn, lhc ,,r!l( timp lha( (hl. College's hopes were resting
! Exhibition was hold at ,vpo of cvent wa- neld al ,ho on "Tom" Clarke while Glasgow
queens Park on the 8th and 7th ^houl aml lh(. spw.luU,ls> apurl was the l^dge Kopa. Clark
being very anxious lo see team fellow burnt
Gardiner Giltens. a hopkeepi
if Christ Church, WBI discharged
b) His Honrrtir Ihe Acting Chtel
Judge Mr G L Y- I
jury found him no; guUi
Dal knortlevlge of -i k" I -x'.i II
at the Cowl *r Grand s. m
In the Court Of Ordiniiry >c- |tjaleiUaj
Hk Honour the Acting Mr .1 E T BranchO! IBgeai
Chief Ju. M) Q L Paylor .,, behalf of Ginens while Mr
ranted the petiti(i of Alberthn w w. Reeei K C i
Petitions
Granted
"i i 0 it fhocsgna ci.i i
iv a v w.i-., iBU *i,h
CJIAMPIOW SCHOOLS
ii narrlsaa Oallaw .ih |
Harding Of Si Juries Village, St.
:i.. agtate of her
daughti-i (Hadys Alberline Hard-
ing late of St Michael, deceased
Ml C II Clarke. K.C. In-
structed by Mr ii Liata Thomas
of Messrs Carrlngton and Sealy
I (OT Ihe petition.i
Also Kiatited was the petition
. lone Wlckham of Cai
VUutie, Si Michael to
Of her mothei Kstcll.
tayll I lh '.I New York. U.S A
II.' ! ir.ii.ner was re-
Eb) Mt C H. Clarke,
. C mstructe.1 ; Mn R. C.
t'h:ipni.in of Mesen
.Mill Si ;il>
for the Crown Tl
t m the Coin t yeaterdu
and the hearing Listed until i N
p m
H. '.is alxi found not miillv
of an alternative charge ol it-
tempteil carnal knowledge The
i ff nee waa Uei i
ci>nitnittii on November 2
ON PROLATION
DeCouree) OrlAUi
d;i> placed on probation fi
Carringlon months by Hi
Chief Judge
mothy yesierda*
i...
ransai

TiWO liijiin-il
probi
bnoui i
r. G I. Tula
The Acting Chier Judge also *t ihe Conn of Oi nd Si on
f anted the jtclitton of Tti
Mi ... \<-\ I'nl.li, Trustee ,.f the
island of Barbados lo the ettato (-"'"th phteded gujlb o
Of Degdemona Foster-Turton. lot. w..undH.g (..utmld Oreenlffge 01
! Reed Btreet, Bridgetown, de- Sepwnibe" Be'0" '',,,m
,,;,.,,! (iitftith on proaatlon His Honou
Mr jet Hrancker. Instructed loW him thai he bad made In
M i lliit.'hinsou and Han- qulries ulioul him and hnd fcum
lieid appeared for th peUtMnar. lh"1 he Had n giMHi report
He bad iheral..... taken the
Another petition granted was llll)( conatdeTBtJon and WOUM
thai of May Shirley Thomas of yHlc(. |,jm ,H1 |)rybatl
V I'lilii"" '''-'- **.... . . *
December The attendance on Ihe
was 3.79J adults and11.718 lhe (-o,tumes. took a keen interest.
children, and on the second day mm ... v-merove Plantation
leriillc piice
J5"JS3.....vm" ""* " Clni.i Church, dnud
"',',!'""""> ""JWI "' M. i; II. N.lo. Ir..lruclc,l bv
Ihr dr.! lup untl Uiul touk lh
I III ..:,.||,.|,|. SI
ItlniK next hi Ih.-
*&Ll^*I?ll!,gZtl2 buniMlve Z ih
i from Cle
caused a
'ke but at the gejaa
oid to be broken
ree quarter acres
Clarke ined to keep up with the
eerioualy iniured. Tin
passengers were allghll]
LUCy, who
ror whs
nth
lured
! ..
.he Exh.bilion on the lirst day and of flt crop ;^'nes Thev ale '"I f "ut wj bom ;i20
K
U.7S8 on Uh MMOd day and a lhc ropor,v 0, Carrlnpoii
Brand lolal tor Ihe I wo days ot ,., anil W,I(. ,n,urBl. "
n KV. F F. PESTAINAj Vimr ol
To mark Ihr
Conlcnary Ihr
All Saints Chunh. St. I'-'I.:
Socwty orianlacd a compelilion lor h u app|nlod llrrlfcr ot SI.
MW deign lor Ihr rovft of the L H, ggj ,h t? , ,.v
prhc IUI lo njilacr the prgviou- A K Slmmoni who waa rrrrmlv
.IrsiKn whirh hnd remained un- appointed Herlor ot St John
rhanned lor number ot years. |osi:i-|l AKTIIL'fl. an Indepen.
The eompellllon wa. very snores,. J ,,,., ,.,dld.Ie ,OI u. ,.,,,
Inl nnrl a number ot altraellve ^mjng General ElecUon., held
The lorry is ~uH. proptcb
ii........Hi-Id Plantation
lightermen Strike
A slrike among HghU-rmen con-
signed to work on the
Year wood and llo>c>
peered f<. thi pel
The Acting Chief Judge all
the peiitiiHi ol Lilian
' r.lll ji I :u I U l'( Ml-III
Smoked Iit'rrins
Stiff joints? Aches? Sprains f
Just apply Sloan's Liniment lightly
^^^ona
You will (eel Sloan'i doing you
good at once. It acts quickly
soothes and comforts and drives
out all Inflammation.
iaei km tni ricTuai o* bi. uoim oh thi pscnit
SLOANS Liniment
ftv- dmrnliu m
JUST ARRIVED!!
ii
TRINIDAD
<
ORANGE
JUICE
BE SURE TO ORDER YOUR
REQUIREMENTS FROM YOUR
DEALER TO-DAY.
AT ONLY
C. TIN
SPECIFY
"TRINIDAD"
ORANGE JUICE
- -',',',-,:;',',;',
:','.',.,',','*'.-
HARRISONS
BROAD ST.
Ktippllc. <' Mimki'il
coeoanut meal, crl pbfl
olive oil. vermouth, iroi
id ti H .j aqulpnM
i G CHterdof Massiah Slreel ,,,. ,, ., lt ,.,.
Si .lulu: uidnw In Ihe rol.-ilr nf ....
"i'i i-
received. The Com- political mertmg al Uurke's Vil- P'JjW
ds away from the winning tape
on the home stretch, and Just
when Glasgow had pushed out
ahead, puttine In "II U reserve.
Clarke dropped outn gone run-
ner. Clarke was said to ke un- Ale patriot reaultad In
well and was only trying to save sailing fiom this porl for Trimda I
the day for College. yesieidav without di*rhai.
The Governor and Lady Sav- of the cargo for Barbados.
age attended the athletic sports The Ale.* Patriot arrived during
Lady Savage distributed the the morning from New Or
SI John. arldOW, to the estate of
her husband Cyril Gladstone i leecei ed
Mi i) I llalone, inatnieted by
.'- ', i ..I ,itid Uoyce ap-
1 .i ihe petitioner.
The following wills were ad-
mlttad to probate:
PhIi Ii I... .1 .1 lux
ntng hy the
o. knjattad
The Oranlestsd undei Captall
Hatelbod irrlved h..... Amatei
dam vie Punehai and i' :
same night loi Trinidad She R|
nvecl here with 118 intranslt pa
. C.imt-ion Hawkins ai ....." "' "' "'
litaa BoveU lrth of the Messrs s P Iff
I bi Mlchae! i.td
Httee of Manatfement selected ih'
design of Mr. W Vaughn is Ih
most suitable and anproprlete.
Following
the
lu
TIIIRTV SIX VEAR-OIJJ J,.
Lashiey. alms Jollic
New Fealitre*
The Gymkhana, was well
tended and very successful despite
the heavy stale of Ihe ground.
An added attraction this year
bge, St Joseph on Thursday night.
t,...,i ciim
Wither ""' '-' -"<' ,r' '
a clerk of Upper Bsy Street. St. Michael, was yesterday sentenced hsiseji ft a. **<*<
to 12 months' imprisonment by sri*\u*'.'ir'V "'d_____
City Police Magistiate Mr. C. L i men jimp iCvas
Walwyn al the District 'A' Courts a-t-rs;-
when he was found guiltv of steal- r- i"*,4r tCU
was a Musical Ride by the Mount- lnf 6_ j. , cagn beionalnK to , D w>b.r ,i md k
ed Police which was held on the u,'arrtston Alleyne of Connell nt 'W "*'!'" *"? l
llrst day of the Exhibition. Town. St. Lucy. Lashiey appealed -- l0 VARDS ,c,m"
Non-stop dancing was also pro- a, the bar i. i CrlsMaw vlded on the first night of the CASE brought bv Colonel JJ >"r' 't ?ndinc.**.'"'
Exhibition by two of the leading f\ R T Michelin. Commissioner ,,*timB"4
dance orchestras. 0f police, against St. Aubyn Cook imn-
The dog show was re-lntrodueed Pf Suttle Street for pretending to iLSJ^ja^JSf rdsVa"
id this year's Exhibition, and it toll fortunes on January fi was jXn^rT'k Tin* 101 mm.
was found to be very popular with yesterdav adjourned by Mr. C. L. i vamds icisai Ilii
Ihe public. It is hoped that this Walwyn'unttl April 10 S|t. King """" AJ' )rT3tl ji smbT
will again l>eeome a yearly feature i, prosecuting on behalf of th" i-, tn,. ,. , ,i j,.* <-ij..*r
at future Exhibitions. Follc*. *<* nhi
A novel new event this year a LBFRT G1TTEN8 of Villi
iri il Cake Icing Display in the J\ Tenantry. Brittons Hill, was
Dairy and Food Products Divis- >(sterday lined 10 by Mr. C. L
ion. The entries were^of a high Wblwyn when he was found_gullt> *-" *. "^, Varm" cum i
Mobile with a rargo nt i i iM bags
of cornmeal. 14 cartons ol
.. ici comDrr ^ines. a case of engine gi
vsaaeanaa, ci-i lubricating oil and u supply of tur-
SmW' pentine. The shijmient of
im wm.i... was consigned to Messrs Roiier:
. j.aHia. ..a *- -- ^-^'ni
mn fcrtaf.. iai Thorn I.I.I.
>.
urli*
I VAHIW .CUM II'
J YARDS l
* m. i.ii. .t/i.
...... ...V .......^------------------------- ~. ......... .. ....... i.v- H.BI. ...U...I K^'..'
standard and cave Ihe judges 0l a^saulling and bealinu Geornr -. _
la ,i,le dimnilly to seleel Winn.-ld Yarde on February 16. ... E CruMjw iti "'"'
Ihe winner.1. .-.A n"r- r" '' wil" ' ""' liift Tm all -.
The An. I. CrtMl fti.-iely AM A , 28 days ,a. Im|e,l on """"i.na VAUD. 9U U
no! And II puatiblp lo aisul: Hila janie, llmhbiid ot Ciar.-ll.< K. j.i "-
year In running Ihe Arts ft ll.in.i- st> Ml,.h:ir| bv (.|tv polj,.,. Magl*-
.r.ills Dlvialon. All appeal wnj ,ralc Mr A T;diii.i. Ilmhlalul J."..i-" <. T..... l
nude la Ihe lormcr members ol w ,, fl rf ,, uw , ae vaki.- oa
Ihe CommlltOK who had nm lhl ., ,J ^ t, G"rall.,lcb "~';^,1", '.f' &
dlvhuoa lor their i,ssi.anee an I Koil(| Mjr,.h ,3
lo tin general public lor ineir ~,nv o|.|fE MAGISTKATi: ,
.iipport; tte i'l>nse "J Kj Mr H A Talma lined Ron '
that Iherewa. a. good .. .how n 0|
thl. divuion a. there had been unlawtull.'
"LADY NELSON"
ARRIVES TODAY
RMS Lady N>l>uii will be
arriving m port to-day ;.i da
from Halifax m.i BOaUM, Her-
J,d mu.ia and the njrlttefa N<
Inlands. Messrs. Gardinei A run
8t Co. Ltd uiforine 3ld yesterday.
The Nelson will he di.,haigiiig
cargo Wnd taking passenger-. Iie-
fnre sailing the same night for
1 En itlata Golena via Ti^idad, oean-
ada and St Viii'ent.
!t. DECREE ABSOLUTE
in Hie Court for Divorce and
Matrimonial Causes. His H nOUl
t the Acting Chief Judge Mi C L
3t decree absolute in the suit of
K. M. Munte. Petitioner and T, R
linnte, Reepondenti
ard Mr W w. Recce, Ki
tor General Inetructed h\ m<
Cottle Cat ford and C
'-ir the Petitioner.
CHAMOIS LEATHERS
Selerled 4)uslltles
Sl.JM A %M
_ each
GARDEN SHEARS
VoUhed STFIX BLADES
nil* S-. 10 pair
10 ISO YAHDS
imN m. nark* r>
i-i w*iHict UH. inc.
for many years past.
Special mention must be madi
of the Photograph Section which
enU organised and run for the
Just Received
FRESH. DELICIOUS
"MOIRS"
CHOCOLATE BARS
FROM CANADA.
7 kinds lo choose from: |
MILK CHOCOLATE
PLAIN CHOCOLATE g
tart .milk
IU>RDEAL'X
MINT FATTY
PINEAPPLE
Price ie Cents per Bar
nahciously inflicting bodily
on Cecilia Valorie of Well
i February 8
|l HF.I.AV HACE -Ov-M M>
I!*> 2i-i.1 r..h-Hde. 3"! Hrii
I U irr.
II KRI.AY RACE L'iwlr l*i
.-.-I*-. Surf I'rry. )nl Col*rnv*
: It ttn
WEATIIEKIIEAD
LIMITED
Head of Broad Street
g.g.e.e.Hgja::
.41 nt. i nt. i. ti a ;
PURINA I
SPOULTRY CHOWS T
Jh JASON JONES & CO., LTD.-Di.iribuior.. J J
I'
COUNTER SCALES
JACOB'S PATTERNv Ith Solid llrav- I'jn. Tire Iin and
Poise. Stamped rrari) fur immrdlite use and complete with
$211.1 I rurl.
RANS0MES LAWN MOWERS
ARIEL ANI TIOER MODELS
Each In tun gfcanl1? IBsl II Inch
I'KK'ES KANOE FROM ....
$:ta.i i s Id 111 rl.
Complrle with 0RAH B()\
CAST-IRON PORCELAIN
ENAMELLED BATHS
ItECTANOCLAIt SllAPI -.'. 6" OVERALL
Complete ullh TAPS. OVERFLOW .in.l WASTE FITTINGS
....Ii SlOfl H ...rl.
HARRISONS
HARDWAR! OfPT
IfL 234
...J.*.,.^...*.*.,.*...*.'.'.*.'.,.'.'.'.'.*.'.*.'.'.'.*.'.'.'.'.'.'.*.*.*.*.*. '.'.','.'.',
r^>i
Why pay more for Canadian Emulsion of Cod l-iver
Oil when you can buy the same of equal quality and
gftM of British make cheaoer 62'" exchange and duty
are in the extra cost
Canadian price tl Zl Sml British price 6fi
* Lge ..I St
We offer BEXALL FMI'LSION OF COT* LIVER OIL
at above nrlres Small 6 hMI.IIIS HUM. SIOIII.S
LADIES TARTAN TRAVELLING BAGS
A FRESH STOCK OF THESE ATTRACTIVE AND USEFUL BAGS
HAS JUST ARRIVF.D
Tin- TARTANS m vi-iy sm..i; and Include amoni other Slyli II
Cainrriill. Marllrlh. Kuilianin. Kari|iiiirvi.n mill AlirH*nl I'rjM-r
MtM from fl3.3e lo SI....-HI
An I Fof Air Travel
LARGE CANVAS ZIPPER BAGS
IVm-s-h Ii .tin
.S-'H.HH < SJT.iJI
CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd.
10. 11. U ti 13, DROAL STREr:/


I'U.K SIX
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-.\riiiinv MXKlll II, ii
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
AMMMeaVM -

MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
J
COOl-D 3NVEA2 I
HEAR A VOICE !-.;
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THOU,TKS2 !
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG


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THE LONE RANGER
rs the
anSwEBS
. tht edtnee
BY FRANK STRIKER
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BRINGING UP FATHER
rx_i_
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Cate a* usjal- bXJ
a- I'LL MBT- ___
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
r.
(X up' saTVTTUE
MAGG* A**.*, ve
TDMECr HE? I'LL
6CiM3 A CMAif-Wfe I
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BY ALEX RAYMOND

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BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES

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JUST ARRIVED!!
REMINGTON
STANDARD
TYPEWRITERS
(A LIMITED .M 11 III:It O.M.>,|
YOUR ENQUIRIES ARE SOLICITED
PHONE 4675
A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (b-dos) LTD.
DISTRIBUTORS
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 .IB
Tins OVALTINE (Medium) 73 .BB
Pkgs CREAM OF WHEAT
(Large).......__________70 . I
USUALLY NOW
Tins Grapefruit Segments 55 -IB
Bottles GROTSCH BEER_26 !
Tins Chum Salmon (Tails) 51 -IB
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
7ke Otiymag LATEX FOAM MATTRESS
OMbImMi hi
cake sbmnumb
$ en., i.i.i.
IMiCOSTA # Co.. I.lil.
u,n. f c. f. aauuson & Co.,
BOfBTtn BKOS.
ih-i/ ii/ti ton
MORNING
MISERY
When hwdirh*. fatigue and upMt
ttomach ruin your morning, you car.
"uvt the day" with AJka-SeMt\
Take it on Billing, againif needed
-later in the day. Keep a mpply of
quick acting Alka-Seluar
# r^j handy mlwsyt!
I
End'Rheumalism
'hlle You Sleep
^ pimi. II joint* " noUrrt. II
f>oi joji blood u poiton4
taraagfi faujiy mdnrr*ton
ixlwr tymptoaa of Kldo'r
lutordrri are tatliwha, Aak-
t-t J.i-i, m~4 I,- .. i. ,.i...
Na"i*, I.... Ci>i-a
-p N.."li l> ..,-.,. M.r,
------..., Clrrtw MM I. "'"<- "
.i Lw .1 l'r aae Aaatna " *>-
n> cmn imimaM n ibmi.IH
a **tri >oa .ml firaii ra-. *>
>nd klMarr Ud rto tii ar.4 t>
,*jr i.Utm Mtrir. uit*iT j"
mi no harmful o* rlancraui 4n
aiaru killing >li i
jour Kldr-r>. '
in i.o hour.. Ml
.huh !' .!!.<.r<
and Urumi '*
iMolyielr tiirmWu la
r*Nn ! Bpurovvd br DoU
II lodittrin nd bi oit>-IUn<
iraaaaM ahavn abon iir
/ ***; 044 .-d ftM i
m*tUt*n i-4 aamt. Main
at*(f *d. I*.a*i in a
M... / ft. ba tar Mil
Matjara
Mr r d Tkt
I G-.-o-Caa la Nl Ya Right
Cystex.i
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I N I V S
IADDII
i.u.i.wiiU .-.d. RHIUMATISM
- ., _
NOW! Denial Science Reveals
PROOF TH1T HUSHING IEITH
RIGHT mi ItlING IJ (HI
SAFE, imCTIVI WAT TO
HELP STOP
TOOTH DECAY
WITH COLGATE
DENTAL CREAM
25c 45c 75c


MTIT.Ii.W. MARCH 31. lil
IMRBADIW ADVOCATI.
PACE si MS
CLASSIFIED ADS.,"^J!^!2Lj-SZSR
TELCPHONf 250S
MMw
II ressta p*r aoale UM urn Snadan
m.4 --. cWm 1 SS on areafc-dav*
4 si m o*. x*4*
Deaths, Acknow-
Tb* chart* for
Birth*. Marriag...
I*d(nient*. fid In
UM on -**.i-d*>* and f
lor any numbtr of *idi
3 rent* p*x word on wwkfliii an*
MMl
Tor Barthi. Mamas*
1-^.inrHnrMi In Callb Calling
e'.aig* U $3 OS for any nunbw of word*
tip la M and cent* per word lo* m-t*
additional ord Tmi casb Fton* SUM
&*t*,.*n IM and P m Ill) for *
iff,. 4 urn
Hill SALE
iisaus iWn troak n (Mil and i
Sundays m vmrdi om* M
| iremi ) trali a word iceak4 r**n* a
ltd SaaiJay).
THANKS

.. Uarrb JH 1*1
* 11*1,1 from i-u
> mvi-d
lar gvn
A plan
Whli-h unr. CM be filled
JoNM f.nfTil". H.i.l>.nd Theopriil
. Si JjIui .Soii. Everlon Si John
- He*t* laron.nl Yeerwood
Brother-. Mr* E. Kkeet*. Mm \ id-
Bov>*ii .St.lers1. Uto'i " Jnhi>

31 I SI In
IN MEMOsUAM
| m-(H)| ril Mi t
Denr M the nn " ?."'! 'I'*- * l"d
Dm Is the mmoiv thai .tiould
** fade
Iweet u ihi hope IM< sSBaBl Ml tk.-il
faallllH luajrther at J*us fret
to be rrniclfLW'iT.i I
>. Weir .eon... Miriam
Parrla. > M
Iranklyn lataUri. Stantey a*dd;rd
Urothor 31,181In
HALL In Loving M
lather JOflKPK OOOIIMAN HAU. "ho
: mi* Mr Oil Marrn IT. 160
. * uw him Unking,
| .i -.s-i.il nun fade away.
Cod know- how morV. .
W
>e*r
AlTTOAroriVE
km: ii. nod ...-i

31 j.i
CARS--On* Prefert Ford. On* Moart*
it Joe*a*i VuVranlilng Depot Ilrd Hud
?ara*.*. 41 BoetnacH Hum 31 3 5! In
NOTICE
HVCH CLARIKCX Cl-ARKK
i da* lirntflY t.lVEN thai all
parson, having any d-bt or rlairaa
''Inal lh# Eatala of Hugh* rairif.
Clark*. *"i*l Mo .1 HarTs Gap, In
Iha parish of Chrl.t Chi
PI'BLIC SALES
Mlaimaa* rkoroa tee**) TI mil
I mil Suaddvr 14 word*
vorf S reals a wd rah-4
Too noli go* ooota Iw
end II rest*- paf doal* Una
rii-unm caoroa 11 M OS
ood II. M o*> Sand***
HOUSES
REAL ESTATE
H UNO A LOWNa<
Aa now, a: 1 Do*
15. JM Hi.
. .. .
the |ii day
)* Mileage Apnli
d*.ood All*.
3D J SI .1
DM it r. nx Mad Vain
Car In nod running rondli
!
SO 1 SI
CAB Ol-r A ..tip 1MB. 14 I
good oondllMn. new lyraa.
M prm aak>d. Phona Mil.
CAM <.-i Vauahall Car kin'iy rru
(;.--! Tyrra Alrplv D'Arry Audi M ...-
i ii. Dial 3-41 31 3 SI It.
CARS On* Undnrd
rondllton On Humbrr "K" BultaMo
. -A .. ., i. ;. i. -
milo- A 1 Tyrr* Onr Morn- 17' foi-
inorly K-ICO. Hvo naw lyrr- All :n
Aral ilaaa working rardllwn S* Iha---
bargama al Chooi> Carag* '1' Lid
Pinfold Bl Phono 43M II 1 SI 3n
II Hl(h tkrrct idnrt.i* n
for. tha Mh day ^f ... 1451. aft,
whirh dat*> I ariall proraod to dKUibui.
ho aa-ala of tha darooard anwmg IIW
partial anlltlod lharrlo ha. * iaar.l
hl> hi auch claim, of *hWh I aloll the,.
km had nMIrr and I will not M llabV
to* ih* aaaou or any port thrrr.1 -..
didnbi.lrd t.. B.o parn of WMM debt
m mm i gMl m* imh mn had
And all persona indebted In the laid
tale are requested M etlle their Mid
1 ILdebtedneta without dela.
Dated thia ITth day of rabmary. 'P*l
Tiir. I'l'm.K- TRVSTHt.
T T HF-ADt-rV.
Ijualified Administrator ol th* Katair -.1
Hugh Claranc* Clark*,
deceaaad
llll 41
MOTOR CYCLE: One
Ariel 10 h p Motor Cvcl
ARply to E B Cortoin
MOTOR CYfLE
>cl, a h .. A liaigam
Tourleay Oaraie
DJtCniCAL
vapriur. H appear*
lime, and la gone *
vmond B Chi.-*
ONAN- Lighting Plant. I1-1S ...It..
31 ampa. 400 walta. with Umpn and
J .< A n irnea A Co 1 Id
PHILLIPS RADIO A- PICKUP QMJ
Ion lube Phillip* Radio and Pkckup for
ale Apply lo F Bourn*, Oilum rip>irt*
Club IB 131 .In
ADM On* F-kco Radio iflne> vic-
i.ila. firarc,.'pli..r.-.. Fir. paotot tlwcn
r Allilcr. in Roebuck Htroet Dial
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
POST OFFICE NOTICE
PABGBL POST
In consequence of a Hcgulation
niudi- by Uie Governor.in-Kxccu-
tive Committee on the 21sl March.
1951, willi ff*C1 (nun the' 2nd
April lha I'iinel Itisl Branch on
ll.i* Wharf will be open to the
iV' ml public as follow
(a) Week day! (c*'
urdayg) from 8 a.m. to 3
p.m.
|b) On Saturdays from 8 a.m.
to 12 noon.
General Post Office.
24th March. 1951.
28 3.51 2n.
GRENADA POLICE FORCE
RECRl'lTS REqi'IREn
1 I'ay and Allowance*
bit S432.00 pa. Increase
fif $24 00 after onr? year'* service,
utd yearly [ncramentg of J24.0O
Cost of Uvlog Allowance25%
Of pay,
liUdmntt Allowancefor mar-
ried Constables $9.00 |er month
2 RfQulremrnls for EnlUlmrnt
Agebetween 19 and 30 years
Efaifht -minimum 5 ft. 8 ins
Chestminimiiin lyefore expir-
..linn. 33 inches.
3. Applicants will ha
District "A" on the 3r 1951 at il CM) a.m.
R. A. STOUTE,
Major.
Commissioner of Police. (Alt.)
29 3.512n.
POLICE NOTICE
INSI'MTION (IF
ITBLIC SERVKt VEHICLES
AND
RENEWAL OE LICENSES
Regulation 16 (6) of the fUgltla.
...iii trod*, i Si'i'ion 7 ol the
^Iolor Vehicles and Head 'I ramc
AM, 1937 18, requires that own-
i ts mU'iiuniK la renew inelr
In raapact of public
. i\n. vtnteim, nodi vahlciea or
thai) bafora lha 3otn day
ol April, make application to the
C.'iiiiiiisMuiie! of Police who shall
I'ppolnt a time and place for the
examination of the mmi'.
\, should be sub-
mlUad before Ihe 281h day of
April. UMI.
3. Forms will be supplied on
, ; lion to the Transport Sec-
tion ol Department of HiRhways
,,n aeni through lha
4 Inspection of thesp vehicles
v ill commence on Monday. 16th
IM],
5. Owners of vehicles are here-
i > i.....oded thai vahl
Ufa not pass-.1*! as road-worthy by
ihe 30tli June. 1951. will nut be
permitted to operate after thai
date.
Commissioner of Police.
Police Headquarters.
Bridgetown.
Itlh March. 1951.
23.4 513n
FIRNITIRE
RE III lun Morrl. Chair.
.n pii-i* with Cuahlona
Table an I Stool. On* Plant *tO"i
Phone S4S3 il i M- m
LIVESTOCK
COWS Onr MM]
rah in MUM (iHi-k
Apply E. F. Headier
M-ilvri.i Plantation. St
lh calf and one
SS [mi, dally
CM be arm at
John.
31131- 1,.
Ml r \i-i .-.., tin IM ""UHiM
urn till
Thu noliee --ivi. lo rerm
th* ailuitir. ..( \>.f Rarbadna V,.u|n
.re held on Monda..
Wttlnru,.. n,.d Flida*. ol each week
1 IM 1 Hi Centre Tudor Brldf* At
Ihe Ordination Sr-nic* hrld by th* Carib-
bean National Bapt.at cmvantlon. at the
wool EvanceliM Tabernacl*. IfMakirtgii
Kg* Road on Sunday I...I nt II*. 1. n
CUik* .aa appointed lo "the office ol
nag
R*v. 1 BRUCE CLARKE.
I ~ J B (1RANT. LTh
Mil* hu;a llHt'WNF
31 111 I.i
ROYAL BAMItABV DfattTVTI
i \ miv t mi-
An approved court* of lecturea for
randldaUa onterlng foi the *amli.atlun
tag UM Ccrtillcal* for Sanilan' Inapoc.
ma. Royal Suniur. Intlllul*. will atari
on Saturday. ITth April. IM1. at 10 00
Sanitary Inapector* w*io de
Mol OUg COUfnM "f MMUNI .hould *nt*r
their namea al th* o^c* of ihe Director
of Medical SerMiei on or before th* 16th
Asm, ISM
Department of Mrdica! S*i.-*.
SI 3 II Ii.
NOTICE
BARBADOa.
I HHBBBY gjlv* nolle* I., all prcaona
I inBIEBY gl.t- i...iur to all p*>-
MM entitled to .ot* at the Elrclion
ol Mombera of the Oenaral Aaeembly for
th* Pariah of St. Andrew that th* S3*. -
Hpiti taiii commenc* between th* houia
of I and t o'clock In lh* morning on
Monday lh- *th day of April IS6I al Th*
Cnnvnunil. Hall BellepUln* M lha
l*.iri.h of SI. Andrew,
And I hereby ninuron all peraona ao
rnlllled lo Vot* to meet at th* tint* and
i ad via* J
I'li'i'ii- r
S Doga Mn
4144
Bred Alaallan Thipa
II Si John Phu-ie
31 3 M In
.MECHANICAL
AFRATFH WATERS PLANT One
arnrtl-Fn.lr* Filling and Capping llr.i.l
Thro* Carbonalor.. Cirrmam Electrk
Motor Shaft.- P.,ll*.. Spare Parta. Oa<
T..hr. atg All In good order and eirel-
an Appl* lo M. Abbadl
I Ml
CAIIRIFIl BtKRS
Bicycle, by
I HAHNfcS a>
tl.tfl ttB
MAI IILVLS
I
Adder. IM It
MISCELLANEOUS
bath caps arc. hat
BUNDS S.
Modem1 Wowi
TrdMcall Bg Cm
ill-id* In bcaullful t><
nd to go *nn Utoi
I Japan. At Ham-
PITLI. RINGS Prlc
of copper.
I Knlghl't Lid
31 3 SIIn
BATHS In Porrolaln Enamel. In
SJhll*. arcen. Prlraina* with matching
inlta to complete colour aultae- Fop
grada. A. BAHNEB St Co., Ltd.
SSHI-lfn.
I LO) KB Jual what you have boon
wailing for Oiandfatner'n clocka In Oak
md Mahogany. Made only aa Kl>nile
an make them Wm 1) Richarda A
Son. Mc Gregor Street II 3 SI !>
CURTArN FITTINQSFor amart win-
dow rlyllng. light control, Valanrea and
drapprier By Klracn. Dial 44IS A.
I1ARNEA A CO.. LTD. Hltt tlB
ROIJ^CP DAYLITE MOVIE SCREEN
n CM, good order. Fill, Clt- Pharmact.
ISJUI t f n.
VENETIAN BLINDS. Kirn I. s
ill metal DrLuv.* Venelmn blind!, lo you-
urea delivery J wecki. Dial 44M.
\ ltAKM..s g. Co, I.M
II I Sl-t f r
A'fNDOWS -nd DOOFIS pi..
cured Ikimber Ii. mnchinery. Great
rtnga In coat and time, when you let
ion* 17*1 L A II. Millri. Herd St
riHIK OFFICIAL SALE
-nh
il.
il Cnn
I US
I Both Villas*. In Ihe
Ol-rch buttlnl and
lale ..f one
SEiMUln IASHIF.V
.I'd violinut

Ing your pation*. and
,t M| i*Klncc.
an* called Spotla-i*.
i two aides on th* Public Road. Io*lh*r
llh the imauage or Dwelling Houa*(.
miding. Ac. appraised ai followa
Th* whole proper tv appralaod I'
F.IC.HT MCNDRFD AND THIRTY
THREF. POUNDS .8X108' Attached
Johnaon for and tow
Depoail
Provoot Marah.il'* Office.
paid ,
.. .
. .,

Government of Ihla plac* and people an'!
prea*rvali..n of their * Poll h* required for Ih* d*l*rmin*l>0.i
hareof In which ra* aoeh Poll will M
ohen rt the plac* or pU.i npi>nlnle Id* thai purpoor on Monday Ihe Igth
dav of Ai>rll lt*l ...mmrnilKK between
" and I oclo.1.
mlog.
'.,..
under my hand Ihla 10th d*>
iai.
Ida Wlh ibiv of March l>il
r A INGRAIIM. J P
Sh*rlfl Returning Officer
313 SIB
NOTICE
HAKJlAltO*
five noil.* tr. all peraooi
ciualiSrd Ki vote *l th* Elecllon ^f
Mcmbera of the Genet al Aaarinbly for
gj tl Andr*w that 1 have
ppolnted Th* CommAinilv Hall at
lie 11*plain" aa lh* place wh*r* all aurh
pHMnl mta m**t on Mond.c the Kli
BQ .1 \;.:il 1"61 Ml el-
t.i rrSFM fur IM Partah
In lh* Grneyal A'aembly
And I lieroby lurlher giv* notice lh-l
III th* event of a pull liamg required for
IM JrKriHlaaOM ' the aid EI*rlfon. I
have appointed for lh* aald pyrpo** Ihe
pl.ce- herrlnafler -|ki H1..I UMI i- 1"
Polling St.tlon No l| :
The Alleyne Brhol M-lleplalnr THE
t.ciRTH W1NO For th* ur* ol all pef-
Otlg -h"* tuinamea begin with th
M lier* A to J tnclu-K*
I" llmg Slatlon No ill
Tl.* Allevne School B*ll*plln THE
SOUTH WING For the UN of all peraona
whoar
al si
11 M.l IF :.
lll.lVI
i dav of
SKINNF.H
TAKE NOTICE
M
S
Ill'Nt.AI/m* Modern Bungalow Ui
.<*d .1 Brighton. Black Rock, all co i
DSaJ ma ann if r
i^rc.t house a FLAT Th* Cfdaa,
n...ih*-e* Ful^
hamMMl Dial 133? Hiaa K Hunt
II l.tl ' ii
WAJ.1. milJUM. On (Ml mi (t |
4 Ro*b.rfk Street Downalalra, Spewn
v(..-e St. i.. BMBM SM il.--.- ItglllBl
lo.r fwdrooma. DraaWf and Din mi
ButMski hi p...ij-.,
DwoBIng or Induatrir Frattag* 43 It
Doadn 100 ft CiH-tried fight ihi..(..
Apply lo M Abbadl Dial SSvl
17 3 31 4..
HOUSE A newly I
double ror*d SS > II
n*droof atta I .th*i, k
It Chattrl hone
It hifh .ih
.er.idah lor..-
a ii hiah a.il.anu.M
HllM( '' *Ml> IVn|a*nin ft
_ r.'.-.r CTgirtMSM Hll ... IV.-'a-ta **.
MARINE UAHDENS N*w Buiulalow '"" l*pt Wharf II 1 SI lit
taHh r.mning"water, built In
Wardrobe- and all modern onvenlonce.
'"" '"' preferred Apply Mr. Fried.
""" "'"l "">! 11311Ll.S.
A

i ran
Haatlni. on Saa Fur
Refricrralor and T*J*.
.11 modern convent
Ella* Court. Haatll
II -....
.1 M I I |
ii NQALOVI
.h Aval
I'.ini-hed. Fridge '
Apply Freu.rc,
ran,
mvria- R.*.t.
. i..i-i.
..nd wale*
31 IM
SHOP A boarded, shingled and gal
ni.etl .h,.p at Codrlngton Hill. Bt
knael. Aupl. lo Beniamln K "n*.
ton Hill or DaC.xta StiSedoruii:
MMixiHm .haro* week TI rettfa and
SS crnts SanataM M aaonSt gawe 34
woras i cenla a word uii> 4 cni* a
word Saadavi
HELP
APBUCANTS foe g claaata In let.
fimg WeOni and Flktai. I I >
I April nth Alto tor elaaaai
i aanbroidar-r on Thurad aftornoon.
B4J|
RMkJMMMJ -nd AcCmihU an.
approelauon for ih* aub|*.t and willing
i Ofn.* ri4,(ni in Account-
. >|.pi. by letter .nd In
person to Ihe und-ralaned al No 1H>,
Sew Bmldina-. Lower Broad
Blreet. on an. of in* following ,..
Urdneaday or Th.irada, led
aih or Mli April .IsoU between the hour.
.-' and lo a m Franci. H Ptkr

rod Parts Hal
Appl, lo Mr. I
I llouw St Mict
MISCELL/tNEOUS
DMI
AND- :
FiUFntrlck TrlrphaM lord l*n*
II 3 SI -In dwelling 1
IS4 c,
al
B|
PIXASA.VTON Worthing m-lr. ._
r.loa*d gall*r>. 3 bedroom*, dr.* mg A
lining rooms. Servants' room Goragi
nd all m-^em convenience. Phone tin
iv-ilabl* Irom 1*1 April
5hop ragggi i
Hock Road For i
* Brown*
TANOLIN Frrr. -out. Balh.h*ba.
nm February onwarua, monthly or
otherwi e. > dc.iblr 1-edroom* with alngl*
Simmon. Ixdsieada, children'* room.
dining io. r. -nd lounge Refrlgeralo-.
_ ge. '(iva.ls room. Appl. Hn-
Ring Xjb ll l SI If n
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
REMOVAL OF THE AI'IHT
OFFICE.
II hi hereby notified for general
nformation that with effect fi.ni
the 2nd April, 1951. the Auditor
General's Office will be transfer pad
to the uround floor of the Wes
Wing of the Public Buildings ii
the premises recently vacated b>
lha IL.rhados Savings Bank.
. regig-
JpTJ!
Bndgetoi

Pan*, ii al BMaSaea Bar
d Lane
e will be offered lor aa'*
ipetltioi. al t.ur idlh-*. J .n
Friday Ulh April IK I
Huuhin*..! A Bnntoid
1 iBMk SI.; ppli a
*1 Sh-re. El Dlvi
Th* above ahare
kite by publi
IIS Plant-lion.
-. Ba Drvida .i

Cl-APKE X CO .
iilM-*i
AUCTION
I uoer Tk Ilia
taUa
H.niPin
iv*d In
Mr<
L-ludr.
Thai IAHl'1 A BROTIIEn Ct>MPANY.
corporation organll-d and eal.llng
und*r th* law. ol Ihe Stal* of Virginia.
United Stale, ol America, whoa* trad*
ir builneu addrras I. Hlohfnond. State
f VaTSbtia, USA M*nufactiir*ra. has
polled for th* rrgl.tratton of a trad*
nark in Part "A" of Rrglster In reaper!
if rigaraftea. cigar*, unuiklng and Ch*w-
mcco of all kinds, lobocxo and
producta of all kind., anuff and
.' .rliel*. ..f all kinds, and will
tle.l to regifler th* asm* after
Ih*
March ISSI iinl*aa aom* person shall
Ihe meantime give notice in duplicate
i ma at my office of opposition of aucn
gl.t ratio, i Th* IraS* mark can b*
en on application at my oRW*.
I>al*d this 14th day of March ISSI
II WILLIAMS.
Registrar ol Tmd* Mark*
3 31-3r
TAKE NOTICE
I CONTINtNTAL
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
Any person claiming lo be
lawful relative of the late GEORGE
FULLER who died at the Kingston
Public Hospital. Jamaica, on 1'ith
March. 1945. should communicate
immediately with the Administra-
tor General for Jantnici. Public
Buildings (East) Kingston, and
mry Birth Car-
tiflcate to establish such relation-
ship
31J513n.
OHIIM1I
01 VINIRS. (TRIOS.
JEWELS
Ni Shipment aaenrd
THANI'S ^
Thai CONTINENTAL FOODS. INC a
eurporallon of the Slate of Delaware,
whoa* trad* or buslneat address I*
l0B Hudson Str**t. Hobokon. State of
New J*rs*> United 51st*. of Ameriri.
las applied for lb*
trad* rrj.k in Part
A" of Regi.tor in r**P*et of foodstuff*.
Including soupa and ingredients
..p ar.d will br entitled to leg
|h* lame after on* monlh from
ISth da, ..I March IHI ur>le i
prrson shall in th* mean!.-* glv* notice
in duplicate t.> m* -t m. ofiko of MM'
Ell regi.Uallon The trad*
mark can M aeon on application at m?
office
Dated Ihls 34th day of March lHl
II WILLIAMS.
Rrgistiar >< Trade Marks
SI'ECJAL REGISTRATION
OF VOTERS, 1951
For the convenience of all
"Qualified Parsons'* (men and
women) who are entitle! la.
ter as voters for the election
memlnr- to the HOUSE OF *
SEMIH.Y. the Government has
appointed a large number of As-
sistant HcEisierinit, Officers who
will visit ever) nccupted house iii
the Island in order that every
Qualified Person", who is desir-
ous of being registered, may be
gistered wn!i ,* little inconvenl-
iii in himself ur herself as pos-
ble. No one can be forced to
register, but it is reasonable to
expect that ALL "Qualified Per-
sons" will want to register, even
if. subsequently. Vim- of them do
not actually vote at every elec-
tion of members for the Hoi
Assembly Adult Suffrage
privilege thai no man or woman
would wish lo Ignore, but REG-
ISTRATION Is necessary before
that privilege may be exercised
2. The Special Registration of
Voters does NOT make the per-
sons who register liable to serve
as Jurors and bear no relation-
ship whatever to the List of Ju-
rors. So, there is no reason why
anyone who has a conscientious
nblertioii t" serving on a Juiy
should, on that nccount, hesitate
to register.
3. jVntr. u'ho ta a "Qualified
Person"? A "Quulilled Person"
means any male or female who,
being a British Subject, will be
21 years of age or over on 31st
October, 1951, and who has resid-
ed In the City/Parish in which he
claims n'Kisiiatinn for a period
of not less than three months.
4. Assistant Registering OHI< crs
will be calling at eveiy occupied
house in Ihe Island tluring the
months of April and M,i\. IflM
Each of these Officers has lo Mtvar
his District and prepare lists of ail
the persons he has registered
within a limited period, so it If
hoped thai every one will assist
the Officer by answering truthful-
ly and promptly the few questions
he will have to ask, and will be
helpful In any other way in which
the Officer might need assistance.
For his part, the Assistant Regis-
tering Officer will tie willing to till
up the necessary Claim form If
so requested, but the person mak
Ing the claim must sign (or if un
able to write, make his X) the
declaration that he/she has NOT
vet been registered.
5. If, when an Assistant Reg-
istering Officer calls at a house,
a "Qualified Person" who resides
therein is away from home, the
necessary Claim form may be left
to be filled in. and subsequently
collected;or the "Qualified Per-
son" may fill up his Claim form
and send il to the Assistant Reg-
istering Officer Where it is Im-
practicable to leave a Claim form
with any "Qualified Person"
concerned who should return it,
Soperly filled In, to thr
gisteiing Officer for his District
.is promptly as possible, and in
case later lhan JItr May. iQJl
An Assistant Registering
Officer will be in possession of
WARRANT OF APPOINTMENT
which he will be willing to pro-
duce, on request, as his authority
for visiting every house in his
District
7. An Assistant Registering
Officer when performing registra-
tion duties cannot, under pain of
heavy penalties prescribed by law.
canvas, or attempt to influence
any "Qualified Person" as to ho
he should vote, so "Quabilrd Per-
sons" are asked not to expect As-
sistant Registering Officers lo an-
swer any such question.
29 3.51 -2n
her houi
. on Thursday neat Slh April
Her housahold furnilurr which
Mahog: 3 piece Mom* *Ult*
hlona. Pin* dining t .hie ami
Chiffonier. Night chair. Towel
liner table*. Dressing table. I
Motor. I Electric BtOV*. l-ard.r
son dinlnU table. I Larg* mtrr."
i Double bedalead and spring.
Phillip. Niio in working ,..i .inn...
burner OH Slo.e ..r. OH
.-i ||g ,, ..o ..,,, pu , UM
, AMI II ... x
Srhweupei Tonic Water
.*> de Appl. lo Johnsou
B BMS BM I I -", i
3B 3 11 Tn
IMMEDIATE CASH lor diamond |**l.
ir. nid China, silver and Sheen*M Plata.
Phone 44M or rail al tiORRINOES. ad
flints| Royal Yacht Club
SI 111 TEN
IMMEDIATE CASH for
i*r\. g,.i.i nuggets, cm... n.
Old R W I Stamp.
Ar.v-m Shop. Dial 44SS.
.rok*n J..'
mature* lad*
aoaaKD*taP
TAKE NOTICE
du MAURIER
Thai
i mmi)
.-uuirss la 3.
I gfcHka Ml
Ihe irgialra*
Part "A" .
be entitled
I'ETEH JACKS.
r IMh dav of March
ISSI. unlesa aoine per aim shall in tlw
meantime give nolle* in duplicate lo in*
.1 n.) nffltr ..( oppoait..... ..f such regis-
tration. The Irad* mail ran be aeen on
apMlaatlan >i my nfflv*
Dated Una 14th dav of March. 1ML
II K11l.IA.Ma.
Registrar of Trade Mark*.
SB 3 SIV
llwli kmv.ii I!) \ih.TlNir-
.0*l ll\>ll VI \O.MI
ATTENTION i> drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)
(Amendment) Order, 1951. No 7 which will lie published In Ihe Offi-
cial Gazette of Thursday 29th March. 1951.
2. Under Ukll Onler the maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of "Soap, Lardlocally manufactured, Margarine (a)locall;
manufactured and Oil-Edible" are as follows;
ARTICLE
WHOLESALE PRICE
(not more than)
SOAP:
() "Bomber"
Mottled
(b) "Bomber"
Cream Laundr
'(c) Raven Brand
RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)
i 110 10 per box
2(1 x 2J lb. bars
54 cents per bar or
Kli cents per
quarter bar.
50 cents per bar
or 121 cents per
quarter bar.
bar
par
For furthar Information apply tc
DA COSTA A CO.. LTD.Agent.
PASSAGES TO EUROPE
Contact Antilles Products, Limited. Roseau, Domini*., for istt-
ki| to Europe. The usual ports of cell are Dublin, London, or
Rottardam, Single lar* 70, usual reductions for children.
sVAiEM w;vif.v*. cms
ARE BEST 11Y TEST
DON'T ONLY OIL 1T-CEI1M IT
I I.MHAI. VOWNUKY I.TO.
Clasolene StittlorTrafalgar St.
hir MIC "CASABLANCA' MfOTIWS hum
r^e:^r'L^:T;i::r.^;.':"vl
Jo,,,,,.. Km-hpn. iiniry. rtr. Thais I a doul
md Sa OudSDj arc brauiiruiiy brill ". **U rsa.....
JOHN M. BLADON
... pUnUliiiiw. Hullding
Real EaUU AgeRlA.irllanerrHurvayor
TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH
BRITISH ARM! RIDING
- SADDLES (N>w)
Clearlnc off al .M nrt
Ideal for Flnnlalions.
MAllOr.AV* VARNISH
-I UM Jsri opened
a
JOHNSONS STATIONERY
and HARDWARE
I Christian Science l]
I Reading Room t> i
ikT FLOOR. BOB-EN a> tUrlk
tBroad atroajli
noun : 10 a.m.1 pjn.
Tuesdsrs, W*dnaadaja,
rridan.
10 a-m.12 o'cloch
Saturdars.
U*a rbrlatUn BeUao* Iral-booB, h
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SHIPPING
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MONTREAL. AUSTRALIA. NEW
ZEALAND LINE. LIMITED
.al A N Z LlBi
Cargo aecpt*d on thrtumli BSBS
adinn -ilh Iranaliliin.ri.l at Trli.uL. i
Be Britiah Oulana, Barbados, WlaftwaM
and leeward Island*
rtaai
Mph
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Da COSTA CO. LTD..
Brsdgeloayn.
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NEW TOltK 8EKV1CE
2kd hlan-i -irive. Ba'b-idos Mb April '
Ap.il arrives Bartiado. Bo. April
1VKW ORLEANS!
B.S. 'Akroa Polaru aalls 31.1 Man h
SB. Alroa Boamer" aaila 4th April A
CANADIAN SERVKE
SOI rBBOI'NO
Naaaa af Bhlp
'ALCOA PENNANT-
AH ->\ PABTNFH'
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ALCOA 1-KINr.Btl
Apnl Slh Sail* fnr
dne April nil-
nails tM
and SI
River B
ROBERT TIIOM LTD. NEW YORK ANII C.l'LF SERVICE
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HARRISON LINE
OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KIN0D0M
SS 'SUCCESSOR"
SS. -STUDENT '
SS. "SPECIALIST"
S S "TACOMA STAR"
HERDSMAN"
DEFENDER"
SS
SS
S.S. "SCHOl^R"
Due
From leaves H^rbaaloa
Liverpool 10th Mar 25th Mar.
Olasgow A
South Wall I 18th Mar tad Apr,
LMM M.ii .'.111 Apr.
Liverpool Und Mar, :i: i V,
London .'itih M.ii i rail Apr.
,'.i M Mai trill. Apr.
Liverpool 1st Apr. Ulh Apr.
HOMEWARD P0B THE UNITED KINGDOM
VeMel F.r l'loe. In Rarhado.
SS. "MULBERRY HILL" Ind.>n
SS. "UIIOSI'ECTOR" .. C.reenock
S.S. "CRAFTSMAN" .. Liverpool
37lh Mor
30lh Mar
3In\ M.i
WILLIAM F0(iARTV
l(E-(
CONSERVATOR
Model CC43
Alliatiive in Asfsaasaac* Sowul i l>.-~ii"
It..Ihi.i in Cunalrurlian Low CurTCBl ('....s.unpHoii
2.81 Cu Ft Accommodating 4 gals.
ol Bulk Ice-cream in standard DSI1I "i
12 gab. in Brick or 75 lb ol rrosra
rood. Outside rasssursmsal
Wide, 211." Deep and 3814' High
*l t'S Show You Thaas, Th*) ** ""''A
wilh Frcmclic Condensini; I nils II"-
mi. in IU Sealed.
WILLIAM FOIiARTY LID.


PAGE EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVIM ATI.
Football Had Fine Season Last Year
MR n *; poppiim -------------- -_______,.. ._____________
MR O S COPPIM ,,( ulc B.A FA..
in p.' EUporl for U i ,n. lold
m.-mbers of Ihp Council at (he Annual Central M<
of the Association held at the Y MCA. Headquarters yet-
Doon, thai the -I'ason under review was the
iu! one Iron. niCl. jnP
formation of the B.A.F.A. in 1910.
Continuing he said :
"It it tnu* lh.il op BCftkulaf
claim can be cstat>iiin- general Improvtmunt in the n*r.:i-
ard of play but there were Individ.
ul perfor.iiamv* that promiso
i:iuch for the futnrr of Barbados
football u uil prad
improving the jiairic are explored,
*'A the llnannal statement will
afcOV Lbs *eason 19S0 has ixvn the
most inrccmfui from a financial
point of view In the history of this
Association rounded a* far" back a*
iiO. Ir
domestic income for the lMO
" ' !-.,:, i
dollar mark.
ited iheir feat of
the 1040 season b* carrying .-ft
both the Fir*t DhrWon and Knock-
out compc'itiniK Notrc n
won ihp Third Division competi-
tion In 1MB and mn promoted to
the Second Division won this com-
petition a* well and bl
qualified lor promotion to tin-
Firat Division next season.
"Lndgt. School woo the Third
Division competition and tbtjp too
have earned promotion to" the "e coniplinicntm me Secretary
Seoonrl Division next season. the manner in which he had
'Harrison CoHene finished hot- ^ndled the aflaiis of the Associa-
tom of the First Division and ale fcon and .said thai upurt from going;
mi line for retaajatlon iround "
aa well as YM PC who flniihi i 't'on----------
bottom of the Sw-ond EMvtolfl lagTM of capability
Harrison Collene an tied In the school competition
"During the season ftfalvern F C
of Trinidad visited the island a*
guests of the Spartan F C They
defeated Spartan dorilvljr and
having been held tn a draw with
a Colt, Island XI won two of three
Colony games and the rubber as
well.
Kefererin^
The refereenig during t i
"nc handling of tne iniancialend
of ihe business.
On going into the Secretary's
I .-mints, he found them entirely
Tt i m ,iune with
to that B person in his
(Ml Ward's) walk of life was able
to appreciate a great dc.il.
1. Moore endorsed Mr.
.nark
Th
merit were then adopted.
.. ">* Association then dealt w
season reached a cominendably *5C jJPPintmerit of Officers and
L Walcolt proponed thai
Prizes Given
To B.C.L.
Twg bauj have bagfl recently
in-mud to the Barbados Crick
M lA'-aTie ftor feaU performed
during the last season. These
bats autographed by the famous
West Indian Cricketer Lvaric
Cnrwtantine have been prrscnteit
-" il.i (irm of Messrs Waller
Lambert It Sons Ltd. cf England
through their agents Messrs C. L.
Qibba 4 Co of Loirgff Broad
Jt is learnt that in future the
Hal* will be autographed b\
< 'v-ic WaUMt. v/es! ind,es
wicket keeper-baUmai. who is a|
present in England to fulfil an
engagement m the i-ancashire
League
These bat, will go to the IICI.
USB) ;n;iking the highest score
last season and die batsman mak-
th.- nlgjhatt sgore St. Martini
with a score of 350-7 and O
O rah am 188 are the winners
' On Will DO made .a th*
annual B.C.L. Prize Giving Day
Strange Fish
Landed Here
"i -.mi mat spar) from going .
d and looking after (he Asso- strange tlsh was landed by a
i's business, he had shown w.""?,,x?1'' crow M 4pngtluwn
on degree or cauaiuiiiv ... *~n Market yesterday evening
The fish which weighed over 300
pounds was about seven feet long
and the thickest part of its body
Was about four fi-et
feience.
Sa\ai>i.uh Club
Tennis Touriiamciit

MIXED Don
I 'n Bom ,-id J HI
-inMy i., M> Mi. M S Bwi
I iu-i a v Wiaw
Mr 4 ^. i
Two ro.irii VUI I-- v.tiiahi (r dub
Trnin- fa-Sav
Cricket At
Mental Hospital
' match will be olavco
Mental Hospital
Quint] XI and
Mi Wood's Combined XI Play
ill I#giu punctually at 12
.lock.
ins are Mr. Quintni'i
XI C Quintyn (Capt.l R
MH s (Jafcana, H
Hutehlnson, C
I \Tkin.s
Mr Wood's XI C Wood
J Hinds. N. Wood, C.
Clarke, C Gasklns. K. Sealy. E.
Mi 1- i: s I'.i-i:. i. Parris T
Ma>nard and M. Crichlow
RUSSIA WANTS MORE
GCRMAN SPECIALISTS
BERLIN. March 30.
West Berlin-a Anti-Con:munist
information bureau to-day pre-
dicted a new east German cam-
paign to recruit German speclal-
M* for work in the Soviet Union
luding scientists
bo invited to sign three
|year contracts, the Bureau said
Renter
SATURDAY. MARCH 31 1;,|
cophn
high standard and
system of control
the diagonal
mes to i
Major A
*" i" iviiiiui inNiiriiif. in ((- ,,---
suit in a great or measure of control '""*- '
..f IL. .. I I'.I-.' 1-f Ul>
Its skin was jet blaijc and lOajn
v. hat like a shark's in textureno
scales. The bead was shaped
like ,i duck's having a long, broad
ie Report and Financial Stale- beak w.,Ul lwo fine M"H Puri "hit.-
I were then adopted IOWS of lP,h- The head was tap-
ered off to th,. b'.r
At the upper part of the head
were two holes similar to those
carried by a whale for breathing
Yet it had gills.
------ r. '|"^>nj ill ill
Foster. Senior View
made President in
E. K. Wnleotl.
of the game and, theroforg a taattai S!*0*- * .Mr r- K Walcoti. in Th- *
slandard of football. rtQ,n *? hv U that he had been Blu, k* Fl
"1 mustrrport thatihcdisciplm. "icmber of the Council of the K:vc,? ,,,
ary committee of the Council did tS?1fi,!on.for "** ^ }*n &** trvinc tc
The J'Polpus'*. "Sea Hog*' o
sh". three different nama
R by fishermen who wen.
had never wen t'iie PresU tr/tag t0 'dcntlry Rj ,cally remlnd-
nrv r th ..__ *a one of a pig when il was cut
ary committee of th* Council \ V
not meet as often as they uere '""' ","v,', * we i
aummoned and M .Jfrnde.s w h p S,"^ , ',h*Ln2C5tlnp ouen
had been reported i,v referees .*t} 'h;",th"'^idem of the open
some times go. away, cot f..e. S ^ h r^'d > *" 8t"ve InUJitme.. liver, heart, rib.
ThcRefe.ee..' AgiodaUo. dr. ",','?t mE>? Fk-2r ^"!*ton,"ch ~ overything like n pig's
this to m, attention and 1 in mm kvn , ,h, AiaoStln?^ ?-i? ~ Jrew it to Ih. .,,;il,n Of the .1 a. i,e sho.dd b^ Pria^^ ** ***" w"e wnfl,, *n" ,w ln"
Council but -with litii,. mip.ove- Mr f Rrnneh JwiZ* Uuv> u"*' 1""' "' "K* heart was
ment. It is hoped thai there will ., im,ntn onded. tough and the other .oft.
be greater improvement to (nil Major A R. poster said that he Vho tail was like a shark's ond
connection next season. WM Peed In a very embarrassing n carried two lovely tins mld-
"Efforts were made to arrrive i*'*">n, but in whatever position body The flesh was thirk and well
nt some decision With regard to "' A*sc"tiOTi fell hke placing lined with rat. Oil i
launching an Insurance rlien,, in, ''"'' *"*** '' lx' President or blood came from inside.
players but after a select romnn:- ?-*V**"y' woul'< tec or the Council had reported u'"nc*" lu ''im s he would alwavs Flsheernan Archer. otherwise
abortive Council meetmss resulted *ndMvour to dr> " best in tho Known as "Ning Ning" i the skip-
in its not being further coiuldared ****: '"otball in the island P" ol the boat which made the
"It U Important that even irthi. t* L ,., t:o*,P,n *n,d hat Mr. *atch. He said thai they had
scheme is not Implemented that a. "'i<>i had helped the QUR* bit of trouble in con-
.ome syem of .nuance be made Uo^and aSnTul'h"' ^ '"^ iST^f f 5? ^ 2*H! n
thli season to ensure that nlaven ..? -? "'""-"gh he now eon.)th boot. They used harpoon
His Excrllcmv the Oovamor, He fell that if the, wen- , -
who graciously extended his (.Uvi hl)), [hcv ^g '
palronaRe to the Association toil lag ,omf one who had done u lot
year rvmcr-l the sOtOOSl interest for football in the open and bV
and witnessed many of the Hainw. rind the scenes m well
He is most enlhuslaMlc and the Mr. B. A. V. Williami so id that
Association ,* .ipprecuitive of the in .'pile of nil that was s;ijd he
inieres! nfl ... , |n aU) believed that Mr. E K WbI-
football and nialtcri'pertalninn to OOU was more interested in fool-
lootball. ball and the Association Uian many
"Our President Mr EK Wnl- ir embers who were present thai
coti m ill lor lomaHma but evening
whenever he could he came out to Mator Foster wa* eventu.lly
the games and I have benefited tlecte considerably from his ...Ivne Hta Other appointments were a>:
Is an unostentatious help hut follow:
i. i-ii.i^ ii. j, warn tr^enior
Vice President riesident). Mr s O'C. Git
i our Junior Vlee- Mr F L Waicott and Mr. 1(
n-r- ...... Voo.ll' f.Iiir.tor V;m Dr^U.
nevertheless solid
"Our Senior
Major Foster and............... .
O'C CTtttens and
Mr n H I. Ward ire three offic-
ials of whom nnv Association can
he proud and their help h*l meant
i-iueh i" plncine the A"> '
he Wtid footing which it now
stands".
Before )>' Re*
Mr. D. H I. Ward said that it
(Was a .Tood one ned dusUl thai
fix-lunale
-Inc* ih"v atartOd to !>!''' '
a* Kensington.
Mr. D H L. Ward (Senior Vice
Gittens,
Moore (Junior V j Pn Ida i
Mr. O S Coimii (ib.imrarv Sec-
ratan I. Uld Mr. C. A. Smith
(Assistant Secretary).
Tri.ffi.
No.
Don'l
14
DO NOT DRIVE IN A
spirit or ooMPRrnon
UITIi OT1UK ROAD
DaVJU

Spier made available by
CANADA DRV
for Safer Molorina
TOTTENHAM HOTSPURS
DECLINE OFFER
TO TQUR ARGENTINA
LONDON, March 'J
Tottenham HoUpur. Londor
S.cer Club who are DWklng .
strong bid for the LaagUe Ch.nn-
pion>hip. have declined an offer
10 make a tour of the Argentine
The club hU ottered 12.000 to
play Mx matches In the Argot*
tine after the clo*e of the pcaaanl
English season In May. It |. un-
derttood that exchange difficul-
ties and the tlesire to icst their
iftor a strenuous wuin
are amin the reason* for Tot-
lanharo'. decision. Arrangements
are progressing smoothly for Ai
aanal'i too- of BraHl, and it i
eitpeeted that all the details will
Wd within a few days.
Reuler.
WJiat'soiiToda)
Police i .,un- in am.
Mt.ic ; of the ll.Mi-in;
Hoard at Ihe Counrll
Chamber10 30 a m.
The Sixth Reaatta or the
Royal Bathados Yachl
Club will be . .ii. .i in Car
lisle Bay1 30 i m
Thr Police Band will plav at
the Marine Hotel Dance
H00 um
CINEMAS
M v
M.u.f
aw -an Abo.i !* s
ru.* itillealaaa) t,
UlaaS- 4t\ < *.M b m.
rf" The Weather
TODAY
lag Bfggej 5 58 am
eun SeU: g 10 p m
Moon (New) April 6
l.ieiitin, b .:u pm
Iligh Water: 11 01 pm
YESTUtDAY
i:..m,I,I| |(,Hlr ii.*(.,., \,|
Total for M .mi. to Yesler
day: 41 ia
Temperslure M.. g7 3'F
Trmperalure Mm ( 69 Q*F
Wind Direction (9 am)
S W (S p m. > 8 S. C
Hind Velocity: 6 mile* per
hour
Barvmelcr iU ami 29 9i8
<3 P m ) gg.114
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tailors:
coat buttons
24 m. :. mrd
Itr. Only
lovely INDIAN
c arpets & Rue.s
10% on
CALICO
Heavy Quality
lie, a yd.
FUJETTE
10c. up
FLOWERED
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78r. a yd.
STRIPED SILK
87c n yd.
GENTS VESTS
From 4lr. un
B.V.D\ 82c.
BKACES
Qm <|liati1\
2c. onh
GARTERS
15c. a pr.
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loo .nd H | .,n."i"J"SJ??.,'
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SI.85 ca.
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LADIES STRAW-
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From :12c. u.)
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From 42c. up
Good Qualilv
CREPE De CHINE
All Shade.
36" wide
Sl.Wa yd.
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Ladies_____
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Up to S.VIHI e...
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Hag Great Many
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