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PAGE Kit. III BARBADOS ADVQCATT Tlll'RSDAV. MARCH 2, 1H Know Your Football l.uuXI — Off-titla BIG FUTURE FORESEEN Wrwm par* 1 I Wat they had Bj 0 8 i OPPIN I Gale who is also chairman MI. nival leeat they had bran ( ,f the Governing Body of the piven that afternoon by the moat school, laid that it gave htm |Mt .-xceller.t musical performer, pinaur to welcome His Lnro> "I want to oay mv tribute to %  Witnesses Give Evidence In Civil Servant's Case a> (rum Page 5 Whin lie had money io go to the| •I want to pay my tribute to h D xtw Bishop to Combermere !" t open a bundle .upposed to Vault he handed It v 0">' " Oc 3 OE -r* •?J*L*S? ^ruSTuZiSTST*: i^j—-s-'i'S-SS Xsfi 2£ i i. i In 1 %  limilinl h* v sururiMT'. •ponded whole-heartedly hi He Vault unless he wan in,: the Vault Clerk. to the went to rompanvOliver Twill "And yet.. If thoae who love the school and particularly the headmaster, will pardon me, I cannot help feeling this elected to the freat honour i He )ook ou th( bundle nd Bishop of Barbados. -howew Smith the notes. Later Cash Balance-. -1 little thought." the Hon. Mr Am ,. ry arrived. He spoke to To Mr Wilcotl: Accordinii V C. Gale said "that when I w u j^ Amory. During thi* time lhe books, the cash on April 5 a school boy and he sat neat to smith was outside the office nil 6 did balance. Mr. Smith. Mr. me. 1 was sitting beside a future Amory got the key and went in Legall and myself knew the bottom o CK 4 kt> -*^--%  "^JT TaaSnVT ^B" Bishop of Barba<*• % %  "^ Droud lo hav returned ud spoke to him. uVt irTzS wSrTwuTlM hm h "* *>" "* He is a BarAmory had three other bundles. I thought lo myself that there was badian bom and bred in this Amory look his bundle, and %  logy if the country and by his endeavour has along with the other three, placed .(iteming my D O O f o o* 3* j j, going on asking for more risen to great honour in the them on a table immediately beend more opporlunities to servi church and I am sure all apprchind_hUcage. the community.' elate very much having him here He said that It would be meat to distribute the prixes." nnproper for him to make any He said he hoped they had en%  < %  %  of suggestion of his opinion joyed their musical programme, at the present moment with ren had been to him a great treat sard to technical education. lo too* that they had in the "There is a Committee of Govchool a lot of young musical ment silling at the moment i talent. In iheee days of gramophones and radios few people who paid attention t and mstrumenl.il music s ea m e d a thing of the i played it it had not two opponwou ld give to the technical eduindeed to see what waa bemu iblnution. Mr Bowen, Mr Amory and Mr. Glttens knew the top combination. Re-examlr.ed: I balance the accounts by books. 1 never check TO-OAY i ahoundi from the cross-bar Into this very important matter. All A follows up from poullon W *> is %  l J 0 "*"^ ... to position 2 and then passes to "* f 'he most i^l^W .nstrumenls. >** %  B But H si off-side because the 2SH !" 2L Jl"^.. und rU,ien !| |* IB.I nl.vM iw A -i-. !" wilhin recent years. )>orieii pig] (b) Then i *.o their i %  i he if. *c> Tt* kick, n thmw-in. or whan Jr opppd hv the referee It.ill llrliii IIIMI ; I. : I rom (.(Ml Post Some pi nsly Hunk thai .i .. ptayei H in an fltT-alfr* Insj kicked the ball against (fall :in off-side position 1* .10' l"il bach on-siur Not OfTside— Bull Touchina Oppunenl done tn ihe sch ngratul.i'..the heartily for the very ed programme and way Mr Hu-lson MilUngton label to look at the notes. *** a messenger at the Treasur He went on paying money. At Smith was Paying Teller. cne time he saw Smith come to As messenger he would go to tr Amory. That was before Mr vault and take out book* in the Charlton arrived. mornings He would go to ihe When he wanted money to pa) vault during the day if books were out. he would go for the key and required He was never allowed vcry lake out Ihe money. It was not to go to the steel cabinet H* usual for the Paying Teller lo lell NS M*II Jordan Smith. Amory aim anyone he was going to the vault i^gall go to the steel cabinet, f<.r money *hich contained the money. #M_ I -II 1 *\. ,,e |U,u.g TeaVr Bank "f Canada. Apart from bringing books from no look over the office of the vault. h earned notes and the tame pnylne Teller he made a rough cheque* to the bank. The cheques and Mr. check of the money in the box were sent by the Receiving Teller and took ll lo the cageThe first in d ihe notes by Smith 4 had boy. v.i well rendei who• between him and the "goal ca tton to th* boy, of thU island i ... in front of A. He said that the role ..f proIwiH It must be noted however that uhet was not a role wfilch .. wi* niE i:\IJ. -( A had scored himself .1 the man as a rule assumed, but h second ..Kempt Instead of passing would venture to assume the role >.. I! IT asould hnve been a goal. of prophet for a moment. The 1 School Cref Before the prizes were disU-ii>time there W*i any checking was vei was Paying Teller He look "I ptopheay that the service uted, the headmaster's report re id when ihe Vaull Clark etwektd his notes of large denominations t* of this school to the community .ind the nddreaaes given, the BCTH. .1 cash. get them changed for notes will grow in proportion lo the choir and violinists treated the To Mr. Wnlcoit 11 is very ran ,, ,lki denominations Often %  defender deflects the Ideals which are found on the audience to • nice selection of to have $2 notes In the Treasury To Mr Walcott: When I was not an ball \ Q an nttackci who would crest of the school." he said. songs. The boys sang with Ihe A Paying < ..shier dOM not like worktni in the agflM 1 'iscd lo sit have been blown "offHe was moat gratified to see r.,i schoolboy gusto and the S2 notes. When he acts them hr (J| hg ball h I goal post. A shoots for Howl and lh Kuvaiutdh Qub YKSTKKDAY'S RESULTS Men's SiiicU-s 11 l v. P— 0. *— I. Miveil P o sj M gfj gnu in c. a Mannin.: I BWnnei and A. M WH Al, I, Brajteh and V. N. Ruaeli l..sl tO '.' %  Manning l—0. 4— D Hion and may nol touch lvo ,hp boy* a holiday for the .„,, the ball biznaaU noi In any way occasion. %  rtuttover uturfere with an oprleosnnl welcome poneiit Jn his address the chairman Hon. Mrs. (H k "' log record In the l<.it to U uhen he returned a TrtminelKiiii I %  D I ,,ni1 "' minule. 41 lecoodt, In th.' ft kM IV. Walronu Mixed Double llnmlinp %  .\. re,i the disiance In 10 seconds Mr. ami %  to equal the record. Mrs. T. Clttens and J. W MeMi.Set uwlr* mi as keen as Kennedy Victor Ludorum Al Combermere Sports DIVISION II 440 yards runner, lithe, supple C. L. Ki-niu'dy HKtod up champion of Division II and Victor I .Udonrn when the Combermere School Sports Finals were i un .it CnrnlKTmere yeslerday. I inmajority of the sports' vcnLs were completed last issgsjk and yiiierday's were only eight select finals and the Hace. i ord wH broken and one Following are the results:— lualled in Drvtatoo III. N. McD. —15. 6—1 2— 9, 6—2. TODAYS nxrinun Ladies Sin-Ies Miss M. King w M nd the fight ended up with Set C being the only opponents lo ive Set 11. (he winners, a rub. %  Set H secured 190 points and Set < 174 Last year these two Set* I' King Utd off as joint champions. Ladies' Ihmhles Mrs. Lvg*c and Miss I' Wilson VB. Miss D Wood and Miss O. Pilgrim. Mrs. C. 1. Skinner and Miss Austin vs. Mr*. Field .md Mrs 1 J. Nlblock. MiH. S B P. Patterson VS. The sfaWOl Bowen. Men's Doubles Q Lawlesa vs. G 0*N SNlblock MAIL NOTICE %  %  %  %  %  pare*! Mail at II noon mi Ihe 31*1 March. 1*-..1 IS am.. oMinaflv Mall B| in it ... ... Champion 'or Division 1 wa* K. A Osbourne. Division II, C. L. Kennedy. Division III, M. Morris, Division IV 1. D. Burke and V. L C. Harris. s ime event which created much t.lerost was the Old Boy's Race which was won by Detghton ..not who left the school nbou* area yean ago. Daniel brearftot he tape a >imfortabIe yard and half in froni_ot chief contender ; WkadMUh and hiothee i pponontg, doing the hundred i 104 seconds. 1 Who won the 440 ...sion I in 551 seconds. iuwe than the record. iin easr which resulted (M m the kack ol n real rival and I %  %  |o bg raehssaaa HH %  % %  in nj inter-sehool After Uic events wsfre com11. Mnndeville ditrthuted pi \/(~. %  •> TABOS — OIV. 1 1.1 Ombourn* (Bl, Ind UwU tC). Ira IIKTCIOH ID. Tim* IM ••€• IM VABDS — OIV. n 1>I Callriular 1A1. tad PkakaheSaag %  ll'. Srd Kannod) in. Tuna 11'. w. • VABOS — DIV. V ix 11. 11. rtnd rn if). •.,,! ..oni.h .Mi Tim* ll T 10 -.%  •S VAKDB in* IV Kl Wfiltand. Ind narrow. Sid Burke Tir IS *#cl laqual rroorg' 4M 1 "I" DIV III l-l N M. 3*S) ...I. 'A' Time MV10 %  * MS VABBa — BIV. 11 IM Knnady. Ind BiWi. J' •m Tim. I mln II *. *M TABOS — DIV. I % %  I K S 11.1 1 !" Hi Snd Oibourn* ll. Srd Vard* 1B1. Tnas Kl ••• OLD BOSS' BACK i as he can. A cashier Ilk an.l $1 DOtOB, When Smith is on wha( wafi Mpn QuX haw |lcver leave or at lunch I u-u.Ulv u ^fa hojn( ^^ Paving Teller. When I went to ,„-,._i llri _„, ^-_ the Vaull 1 tot* out the bundle* f i 0 ^^ '„^, v n0t *** of nnrs M random On many Smith go home every day. occasions I acted tot Smith. Smith W Norman U-gall said that he usually used to ride lo work on a %  cl k .' n U>P **—*** *• bicycle. I cannot remember seeing October 1B43 Smith waj working fast lively piece him bring parcels into the office, there before him The small orchestra | have never seen him with an He worked in place of Smith lor Bttach* case. 1 have seen him an hour or so while Smith carrying out parcel* but I knew away for breakfast. He hi •what were In those parcels. Someacted as Paying Teller When he times they contained oranges. I worked in place of Smith he never have acted as Vault Cleric Tor L„d l<> go to the cabinet for money. Agan (<> %  ;i short period. I do At this stage the Court adnot think it is possible for any]ourn ed until 10.00 a.m. today. one to seal bundles without the clerks knowing The bundles are signed near the Vault door and %  here are desks for clerks near that door. During the times I have acted %  took out many bundles of notes. This occurred when Smith was on leave but nol when 1 was acting for him during ihe lunchids. I have never gol \i:w STOCKS OF *0*L CYCLE < OVfcKV 'I'l'lMvS and AIIISSOIIIIS 12H a BU Carrtar Z> 1 1 x l| Carrier M s 1| Carrier 21 1 1 1 l| Currier Mi Ui stead Eaelng 2g a IVj Cbaausion Zg a 1 '. Roadster M x 1H Champion > 1 %  x Black Roadster MllH Pink Roadster £• a 1' v Cream Roadster HIIH C-mhridfP 'v I 1 Chaaaplon Brake Blocks, Rim Tapes, Haadlo Bar Gripa. Postal lluhb. r Pumps, Ptunp Connections. Mudniurd Flap*.. Rubber RoloUon. Valve Robber, Saddles. '1 a r %  chfum. Plated Rims ECKSTEIN BROS. WHAT'S ON TODAY Talks 11 Social Walfar bags Hooss Court of Orsnd SesMions 10.00 am EihlblUon at the Mus-um 10.00 am Msatlng. Bt. Philip Vortry 11.00 sa. atMUng, OommioxioDars of Rtalta. St. Mlcbsol 1.00 .ss UaaUng. Chrin: Cliurch Vsotry—8-00 p-m KssUng of Quids*' AssoclsUan Fax mil 4 *'. p m Football at Ka*ington-5.00 Annual Oonoral at s • t I n g, A A A. of Barbados tynagogoo Lao#_7.30 p.m. FsJlce Baad at Bay atreot Bsplsaada -7.48 a.m. WEATHER REPORT VKsn KliW Rainfall from Codrlngten: Nil Total aUiuiail for ateaUi to date: .63 in. Highest Tomperatext: g*V6* F Lowost Tamporsturo: 72.0' F Wind Volocuy: lt Bdles aer boor. Baron-tar (9 am) :*0.0;t (9 p.m.) 29.965 TO-DAY Rsjuiso: 8 i;. an. skUMSt: g.12 g.ss. Moon: Last Quarter. March It. LlfhUng: C 30 vm Bign Tlds: 10.69 p.m. Low Tldt: 4.36 a.m. 619 p.m. 1956 OLYMPICS SITE CHOSEN *; ^***#**vvw^^v*^vvvvx^^^^ SUO|IS ICE CREAM FREEZERS (20 pints, 8 pints, 4 pints) ICE CREAM SERVERS ICE SHAVERS MELBOURNE. March 10 A special conference called by J. G. 11 MacDonald, the Prime Minister, at Victoria today selected Carlton Cricket ground ..*>. ^ .,..,., ., h D-.I, „;-. irtieo i_nion irntn k'"ioio a^BR X&STUgB* ^" th ; * 'lhe >"• <* %  do it many times Smith had aent " %  !" ,._ npft _,„ mtmmad d nessenger to get it nrious denominamany money by th changed into lions. Ke-tCxamined lle-c-xumlned by Mr. Reece. Jordan said: Fives and ones were popular with tinpublic. Twos arc not popular, when I said 1 bad never got money changed M (he Bunk particularly. I meant K I did nol at nil times oten Smith's parcels to see what they contained. Most of the clericwent home for lunch. I did not l.i'c liutlir | .. %  • i Next witness. Mr. Herbert t'l .-nery. sold thai he was th* Ai tountant at the Treasury. Smith became Paying Teller in 1943 and remained in that oflk-e until Jum liei. In 1S45 Mr Gitlens was Colonial Treasurer, A report was made to him by Mr. Amory on July 7. 1991 )i, asgot with Amory to a desk where he saw bundles of notes. He sent Amory to report to the Accountant General. Mr Charlto 1 i god look over. He was one of the persons who knew the bottom combination of it,.Vault. After work in the t'vrnings, he assisted in closinR the Vault. He was a Paying Teller before Smith. In his time, when th Paying Tclhi •ranted money from the Vault he would tell the Vault %  mid get it for him. The conference the method of me—U.P. ilso agreed on tiuancW the HARDWARE SUPPLIES RICKETT STREET (Opposite Post Office) PHONE 4918 -'.*,',----•.'.-. -.-,-„','. ;;•„>,',• '.'.',-,•-', W,M-&V/.W/-V. *; FOR SALE BUNGALOW built of Stone —Drawing Room with open Verundah. 3 Bedroom with Wash Basins, pantry, tiled Bath & toilet standing on 8.640 so,, feet situated in Pontabelle Water Ai Light Installed. TWO HOUSES at Brighton. with 3 Bedrooms each, liv1 lng Room and usual conve1 nlences. Water and Light installed. i ONE HOUSE al Montcith J Gardens with 2 Bedrooms living room and usual conveniences. Water and Light Installed BRANKER, TROTM.AN Auctioneers 17 High SI We offer (he following) TERMITE-PROOF BUILDING MATERIALS UfWlsVC INSULATING HALLBOARU HIIEETH 4 in. thick, 4ft. x 8ft.. 8ft.. 10ft.. tait. long 'ic l)c per Bt> ft. WALLBOARD MOULDING for covering jolnbi— & Se. per it. STANDARD IIARDBOARD HHEETH The KkMUd of 1.8H Uses. t in. thick. 4ft.. x 9ft., 8ft.. 10ft. long—** 18c. per so. n. lEMI'EKED HARDBOARJJ M" i ', In. thick. 4ft.. X 9ft.. 8ft.. lOfl h.ng-fc Jtr. per so. ft SURINAM PLYWOOD SHEETS > in. thick, 4ft. x 8ft—4* 40c. per sq. ft. 3/19 in. thick. 4ft. x 8ft— & 28e. at 32e. per sq. ft. TURNALL ASHE8TOS WOOD SHEETS 3.'18 in. thick. 4ft. x 8ft.— KSr. per sq. ft All these Bolldlng Boards have beet) treaied to reaUt the attack of Wood Ants and other Trrmltes. Phone 4287. WILKINSON & UAYNES CO., LTD. ll D SBV I-BIWV* I IHT n ISO. C It*. O lil B si Ol Via ION I >t K A Oabouma. Snd. %  is, Srd K. B. BITM. I'M.mn. U Ket iir.l V raPlrr.J*r. M Morrta. IIHI K M I'al— MI. DltUUON IV. I D Burk*. 9rA r PoUard. 3r M.-..T.I MAT WilronO [ They'll Do I t Every Time FLOWERED TOOLINA 36 inches wide. Per Yard $1.67 FLOWERED BEMBERGS in pastel shade*. 36 inches wide. Per yard $2.03 FLOWERED SUEDE SILKS 36 inches wide. Per yard $1.26 PYIAMA STRIPES in shades ol Blue. Beiae and Grey, 34" wide. Per Yd SI.30 SHIRT STRIPES in shades ol Blue, Beiqc and Grey, 34" wide. Per Yd .SI. 49 Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, 11, 12 ft 13. BROAD STREET PLAIN POPLIN 34 Inches wida in While. Per yard $1.52 And in Cream and Blue. Par Yard $1.57 I



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TIll'KxDAV. MARCH 2". IS52 BAKHAIKIS ADVOCATE i HI: I i GOVERNMENT PAYING TOO MUCH Cuke Warns About High Expenditure years there would be all orU ol in i highly scientific manner, the ao far as nvnuc was concerned nUawm to hither "*^? U ,'* r u V pM it because rt was better it would be lor Barbados. would be mcco^a l ****£Q !" £ r "'•J, "*' Md .,nd (hen when the He said that we of the West ins year. Time came the) would not have Indies had a ,-tupid cult Uat foi *(IIII ihr trouble came about, people to carry on builnesko, ApurehewkMMi Hon Dr. H 0. Masswh observed these, d-iy*. Iwwv tt %  miure %  %  Admission and uiiiM %  \Z The Bill which the Qovemment over y possible obsUiele should be that those of them wh., ha /„ i?!! ,w u ';*!J recently sent down mow or las* „,, m „,,,.. „,. (on, enough la Ihia country would m £^^ U ? m 5TSJ, _, -lierupu-d to carry that into operMIHI ati-ft H^hi.d uo tiie Huuget iind it* nvu i "'*" I %w£ K%S s &r l £ % %  "n'^'c." .s^S? 5, : —* *• •" isss^wSmtss vnurabl.f£l.!ThJulJTthccaTnTu, * bcle'l behind and Tnnld..d. -PR"" !" '"":. airs . no. good -.„ U -I, II PRESENTING his usual analysis and breeki tli'Budgi-i in tinI..-, islative CouneU on Tuesday, rmn. few years „ H. A Cuke warned against thedangers in two unfavourable lund so thai when thin came to VJi^L'V'. T" h ',"„,' w 'o trends which he snid WOuW result ,„ had ta to. nai^^",^.^.7. ^ ..c St^S^a Dados. . noticed criticism* had been made ">ut rrom other parts who ar '. he ....prised honourable vicetar it, the whole communii> ^ f ^^ Actually what they had looking In the We-l Indies to see members or the fact that in lour laBfrinj W Wr. donfl n Barbados m the last tew what they can put down years Government expenditure If he remembered rightly, the ~ -^ ^ ttiMUt UlM for sur „„_ wlll the coin p pre hcn.*i on. Me recalled ho. e table of the Council I -I year* and heard B thai the Haafl of ?axa%  n had been reached in this <>ticed nt yean was not budgeting for surarea, will give ..had r. sen by ^ ^JMlto l..-, &£ %  *• he *^f" %  %  pluses. They had not even then Moulder unless the-e dampening TJTZVf STS^StSS clolU.rs. and warned that the persomething like 4.600 people emf,,,,,^.,^ for ur pluaes. It was me** tr e n.d K oi nd at? hTld ""'""' '• *• ( l %  %  ,h '" %  ewntauj* of that b .e n uii a nl a wmUh l ftl t |!| to BU i by m iood A*yi w .mmajia m taxation -will sean went t.. *aes and salaries pointUks 2.00" on the pcrmament staff lhal wh?n r thev had any bad He said thai thare was the be lasceeaar*. 1 He however hoped <nUIH I • 1 _-J _>a aaVi-.t n-Khn if ^^ increase 111 crops did not bojh U&J U^jljwp^yd th. w-. ^ Qov ..-, 2Z"2t#g'J!E p.rtn.en. .nd operation „r U.I -"^ ^l~ ">„' {,',! helpless. It w.iIho community against %  that they were not mttinr. it K—-I aaougt 'huughi that UM time had come whoa he liquid make tho sugIhM the Govornmon: hon..1 .iitp-'int g lu-iii-'.iu %  I'OQMlllajlotl 1 n" mi" the que-.n>n and BM how lhe> could save nd possibly keep the DC adUCOtlOB wln.li lw cen .is-Kiateii 1| tmu Too Mu.h IN.Iiiics Mo waa not saying that witn the idea of criticising any OM, be. uog inMH it was human in' 10 OR and to make miscountry, and B*fe I ' %  "' "*fW br,n K fcf— igiii was not blaming Uovernn • cause theywere helpless jgalnht .•,^re groups ItrvloaB for the money they paid. nl ^c mention of a fund set aside nol come about i it tiiiKht !•* %  wrong in analysis. mment could do nothing with msller which tfupeople in tho twmuc.u .ni.iners and th* lhe Commlatlori Which tie tpokO (h( that matte, and that they were commercial world had been up Peters themselves. It was tru. wnW(1 „, „,„. almost im aboul should 1-iWft-poUtacal. hat-.,l.'.m..l !H*.-H."W J,i'M.t'holploss. It was Iho community against for the last 25 years, the, had had som.. good rainfall. that In a small country I oovld help tho QOTOITOBOIW to Aaj nought machinery' and but they should let nobody foo' fa' .. S28*gf&fSi "•"," ";"' '• %  '"' '" *32 Crim'i C,i^ £& S& £" """"" "* """""" "' d sT^ •+?** Hirt nrt intenri mini into .mv u. numlier of lnitaneei.it people tellth'y came to renew It. thiy found it. .... Servli*. The Hon Mr. I'uke han J„ritii inn him how public lunds m that thc Ju.t that. ThereIn die comrner,,.! new ,oo. ,„„..„„,. M „ „„ l h ,„ K fJw l.e^err"b-,v.,l %  on ,h, nM by people who were emfore h. was ver, lad tha the the.e wire blrr ponlbll tie. In ., ,„,„ „,., ^.p,,. ,, „,, irenet us he saw It in this Island . .il-ved to da a joh ami were nol Colonial Secretary had mentioned thl.: Island. He believed they„„, hc „ ,, scrvi.v „. %  • the Oovernment expendoavinl full slt.Tltion U .1. but It ecu d see a (OOd many new in,.,>„„, ,<*, |„.. and, fo, lhe Hire wa eonrermsl 'dlini. Those in eommerxe knew that duilnes nupoorb^l in this island The whole eommuMU h... duHiuj the last 15 to SO years, af Ihe people wenwiUlnj to To enable hmuil In oi. krst bum to wake up to the Idea that !" r rears, hi rnlatit say, blip, unhampered by this desire plaee and to assist othri memlust as in their own affairs thev capital coats had risen, mere was of criticism of businessmen and bent, durlm the last four >earexpect p,-.,|,l. to pull Iheir weight no S oJn back. They shot up the Itch to control their acUvll,e had been aaalsslm the r> ihe rKhasai at sots* k-ms> bsri • %  aWj Tag CM i„l Ike brnrU ihat Co,., SOB iam ( a,,v n i... g ctven you -h !" ^n m .M.r -nKiulam rhr tppniic .nd UM liS.iwn %  keep kOU M and well. U *J1 Mvour* akksg, ii, wnd saWaaaatg %  %  uritlung diutt. awnl(i.(.^lhr.,.ri-,rif(icJ | s,. l Jn pa< them more. U super. i|ln work aad to MMthat It was done. If that were done, hi level than they had been _. ii.--.ds fat that mrmlwr. eoold I I inhume ..ware of the fact and before. So a busineaaman would „.„llrT annum One only had to quite sure that they would he get a bird* eye view of the e*has not to bring pressure u. put g argue that in making out your ,„ lnlo „,, country to *ee chtlable to do with less .un than p-ondllure. stop to it." he said. eost of pr.-iuctlon eou • % %  mid not dr(ltl fll|nf oul of choo)i healthj there at pre-eni. mniilni Take one he i^ild. It was laborious and prepared to areopt these eondl>' oi in. n ,,i..ni.ms 01 *"*"",, ,K iheroatlves what these chllDrawing attention to the step COUoa. reading and he tonight ken bv the present Oov. I i '"->•' *brou lotocorill got wana, SStoU^SilEimZm tragic that at fl time when ml thf in *>*•& I duce tho Civil I'rewiurc Gnaws j?Bffl.ii httiflawf rifll W "' ,nd, *etok.ng I *^ P Making his final remark, h. wart to trying to establish new % % %  > * H "Ml ""H Some yeara ago, he had sp Honup j n tn i island that it was be alive, •* %  <* to • saving in txpandttun He emphasised thai tin y mu-' he •id. "thai ba*o at the bead paopli atoaurtoj it would help membm and that was wh. It, The Bavaln i stogot <.T gMtmiDJstorlnf Uovernmcnt and the pensions, then the quOfUoi of law and oraor, and without law ..i.1 ordet no ceaMiy oouM da %  ble members then, and it was wrong for people of Initlatlv i' the pressure 141 oup try to Improve conditions and do thera wen publll !i,lmu,„ ( wal gripping into the their business iiuccessfuUy. i water, etc. life of ahl public to %  \.ry gtoal said he noticed that whereas in Loofcini back ovoj thoss foui extent am that could only !*• put the island generally people t WHS very Intorestmg to t igt,| uv ln e community as a should be only too happy to see rnarifcOJ DOOiparis ahead %  1 %  '"' ( reaulU from their energy. If freely, he feared that they were total akidgrt Old of that ovai "' uu-enUve was to be kUMd. they in for bad times In the next 10 was spent ..it salaries, would 11 ml thenaelvea going or 1ft years. It was with the obThOBa of them who knew an. back, There waa no doubt ject nt avoiding that that he t*i"i. kbeut •ducaUon an %  Wit he had mad-" %  'PP'U1 and ii]*"* ami wot 11 ... Too Many r.mpluyow. In four years their expenditure hott tfonc up by over .0OO.0OO unci out of that 2.383'Xwent 111 eventime some person employed rnmanl had .1 grievance. vary grave prasamptlon as t" im agina ry m otherwlaa and wli.-ther thii.. WM DOt I ' ''17 body was going to get up wrong; in the general scheme ol IIM) rnll for more money, the thing*. They would have expected conuniuuty was K otng 10 pay for t<. lind an increase but not an In'> •" h '' % %  • "• ,.t of hand. Tin only f %  ", Jf • %  W. 'r the general aua{cdi hc said ||o knew that lorl'N in the West Indies which ..ti.-lu.sion that one could draw -"P.t •* "" %  development ||ip Btarwl rd )f ( h c work of the could have been in Barbadn arguj that waaaa and talarle. ware „.„. %  V„ H J E ^.-opuhere wa thought very but they were turned back u ed, Ihe Qumbars had K.-CM 1 i-.n ii.t iwaaed. and they were not Km M ,ng i\ P !" ^ rt 0 l 0 L"^'; CO !' ,, SrTort thai during"times of big No bigger commilmenU h d „„„. ,,,., .^,1,1 .,,,1,-^.1..^ | (l ilic.v goj about It Re agreed with Prohop.-d the points frnsor Arthur Lewta that the would be read by ihe publll West Indies wore eatable of they would begf improving their conditions and mnn could start u busutes*. into spite of the fact that they v*M capital In 11 and provide TM had net get proper reaoureea ploy men t and even If he madeTT or a great deal of raw material, good profit, lie should have < vcrv they had labear. He believed encouragement and no! be Lain that renditions could be made pered. batter. Turned Bark island was vary happily H '' said he knew o( two facThi Reserve Ku.uls **P* hCTP *" lnOUBnl VW S" ""* T" 'T*' 1 ^ '" '" MIW ,MN hW of and wherever BarbadiaO *•• "•"' %  Ind iatttade I I tha? ^emed t, h,m "^ their work S always very he foresaw Met H-rbado. would SS tftrtnTunw^cf bU Ml* commend.* But jsstaa. euftr for J un ess p, ; ople go. f nt that nmrh of the n* not givili* Ihe ie-ull whl.li aght t.< KI^' Re had talked to several hnadma.t. r, all of whom BaH that Hi.i.mlii.I of the el" mentary education \a gaaff compared with hal II aaW] to be. Re reeniled that yt vii.n Inanal l boy the elemenary scbools turned out peopla -ho imld read nmi write .01 t^tly and Wate IMo •" Some I.".ned corn-ct thai during frhmiM endea STef PERSPISAIION np?r. tILV QE50-R0-N0 farxf v.//... *i/-V lftilr %  lit awaf uunklv I %  ihoa aad n II*>I ii'slmau Spray rflr. 1 %  %  %  'i itxlooni %  al i i ah of aajanj ... mn bonk lhe len IMH leeaaj VI'I Hi. || r.> cjnnvt llli m.I skin Will ii r %  //-SI./L riij.ir pi..i,, ttunUipiiri 0D0-R0NO The deodoidnt without .1 doiihl PAINTS FOR EVERY PURPOSE Indoors 1 onrrvlAluminum Paint Mm • in' II liiIf /M/.T.s' I'rtim ft* prr Gallon .„ ,.f the doatrucuve rid of th. idia that pollllcal talk b<-on URn on. no nrw commita( c ^„„ ,, „„, u d ca trial it -s a crime to Of as all thut mattered It waa i-.,I menus, no big schema to justify enlbnrk „„ „l csoendllui. men omlnenmnn. that It saa a erlme to all that matter, he said. It was in Midi enormous differences lievhnt n w :„|e tumm Government n.ve Initiative, and the suipl talk dualry which live peeiple their Iwor-ii hise flturcs and the only m||( rl „ kllk „„ eapiiai %  sien.ii, ( .„ a it„„ the rich and eontrolUng bread and bultar and It wa s-onc-Iuslon he could draw waa that ,„„, „ v h;l , nwm . in times of business, thev could not do busithrift. Industrr and initiative they were employing more people .. ,, (ll ,, ,„. h;ivc ,, npM 5Qon >t 0imt ltUt bagm, that brought about healthy con. through increase to ft ubt ,de and people began to dllions In may country. ii-iiiie even If profits were an With those general observa* Im—for where would the Br.tlions, he said, he would like to ..f th^..e people for the motley ,,. lX .. ltirfl but would" have they were paying oul. pluses to Ro through the lean %  ped. that everything went right I that all their anticipationt in ot Rettn olefiuate were nulated during those esses end I MUMMY ... Hi i:\elaimod — thin evrtminlv i J A II BREAD / hnmuthv uii-Munu.Mi: • I run If nil' Ihf IHFFhlltVII • I /!•<• Ihf OIUFEHEXUK lav %  no WORLD'S MOST COPIED TRACTOR ^***~ "^"givts you Sit ho ravofufionary FERGUSON SYSTEM Imalurmtl ELECTROLUX HAHtt.WOS CO-OP COTTON FACTORY I I IK sS^5 COURTESY GARAGE ROBT. TH0M Limited. Whitepuk-Dial 4616 BEST BUY FOR TRANSPORT AND AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES. nil l llllllllf .v//. The KefrigeTBtor which ten years ag-o rnn.rd the Union Cook to exclaim : "Hey! He, Look. Fia mck Ice!" is ht-ri111/iiiii . in full force just in time to meet the needs of those who cannot avail .hemselves of the electricity supply in the near futurt-. These machine* are fur operatii n on kerosene oil. natural (as or electricity, ind are a\ ailahle in 4'/, cub. ft. and 7 cub. ft i ll Fly by Constdkition t0 mil ..And Save $258.50 On OH Peak Fares your flight by p eiiurized Constellation SpcviroTtd savas yau dayi of ttavilling timi — ixtri time • do and m more on busmen or pleasure. You relax as deap-siated comfort, enjoy complimentary maeis aad aaaaltlaaa ailnk. In flight high above the weather Me eagres is pay — nol avm a tip — tag .Hon.! vr BO AC Mrvlce B.O.A.C. takes good care of you 11 Mill-Mill". LONDON NSW YORK l'ARIS MIAMI NORMAL KKTtlKN FARE I 5*0 11) 518.10 1,540.10 404.50 "OFF SKASON* RETURN FARE noon o i its now THE I >ll \..l ELEC. CO. Plantations Buildini; Consult vnnr Travel Aifenl or British West Indian Airu-oTi lawrr R.o-,H Street. Rrldeetovrn—Barhndns. Telephone 1M5. FLY BOM H It 1 T 1 • H OVERSEAS AIM WAYS COR I' ORATION



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PAf.r in i: BARBADOS ADVOCATE THIRSDAY. MARCH 1*5! BARBADOS^ AmOTATF t. —La WIC i SEITS Thunalaar, Marrh 2. IKZ III UNSET (.I'lllE T1IE apaad with which tha Estimates for 1952-63 was rushed through the House of Afsembly mainly durlnf hours of darkness has caused great concern to many taxpayer*. Never baton In the centuries of parliamentary history of this island has a budget an ghm so Uttlt attention by the DMOto*! representatives, although never before has this island budgeted for so large un expenditure The island is therefore indebted to the Hon. H. A. Cuke. C.B.E. for bit analysis of the BudfM which was subf mitted to the legislative Council on Tues. day. Mr. Cuke bej-ina. by deductuig from the expenditure as par Estimates cusioms j refund-s. Ineonki tux lefunds. departmental i receipts %  ltd contribution to rapit.il of the total value of $1,539.74(1 He then adds this true amount of $10,, 512.354 to the capital expenditure of j $1,071,795 a.id ainvesal a total expenditure of $11,584,149. Bj urrent revI enue from axpan btraetmg J ban this ti< in. UM loan to be raised, the deficit for UM year is fthown Ul l>e $343,695. J This fact is not easily ascertained from the official Estimates which according to a %  revision noted by the Colonial Secretary on Tuesday shows an excess of current j revenue over current expenditure of I $340,900. •* Mr. Cuke then proceeds in his analysis to braak down expenditure into standard heads which oan • aa ly W appreciated by the average citizen. Total administration costs are shown to be 12.1 % of expenditure, Social services account for BO.9%, public services 16 8%. Law and Order and Justice 124% and Pensions and charges of Public Debt 7.8%. Of the Social services education receives 20.6% of total expenditure and medical 12.9%. while subsidisation accounts for 10.2% Roads arc the most costly of the public services requiring an expenditure of 7.8% as compared with 4.2% on agriculture and 3.7% spent on water. Of particular importance is the analysis of salaries and wages which accounts for 61.3% of total expenditure as compared with 36.5% spent on supplies and services and 2.2'i* on charges for public debt. Of a total expenditure of $10,512,354. a sum of $7,081,800 is spent on salaries and a In his analysis' of capital expenditure Mr. Cuke is careful to deduct $156,040 which is belny contributed from Colonial Development and Welfare Funds and shows a true capital expenditure of $1,071,795 to be financed from loan funds ($140,000) current revenue ($250,000) and accumulated surplus ($681,7951. Of this total $100,000 will be spent on administration. $633,808 on public services, $279,987 on social services and $58,000 on departments. Highest individual expenditure of $347,000 will be on water. Of the social services education accounts for $158.547 and housing $104,545 Government revenue is also divided into component parts nnd percentages shown. Customs provide 48.7% and direct taxation 46 per cent. The remaining 5.3% comes from stamp duties and sweepstakes (1%) and licences, rents and royalties, interest, currency notes, fees of office, fines, profits on the Post Office, redemptions and repayments (4.3%). tn addition to these four tables Mr. Cuke provides a table showinq the value of the sugar crop, and government revenue from customs duties, excise and income tax during the twelve-year period 1939-51 It would be impossible to over-estimate bat value of this analysis Ui the community as a whole, especially to-day when the spending of the island's revenue is so quickly approved in the House of Assemhlv which ought in the interest of the electorate to be fully satisfied that money is being spent wisely. They ennnot be so satisfied unless they understand the full implications of the Budget. Mr. Cuke's present and past analyses are guides to such understanding. IOI III I.NAKI) \\|( KMi! |> K ,-| N the seasonal urge to IKmil and aastUng ruund llrtinin. Mis -uide fur to-day' tour is CHAPM \N I'lM HI i: ulm knows a lot about frogs. i\'o. I. %% %  look For Sprint*. M K a I n nhrr IMM mud on finding a fra| we v**"* UIM a**t etiee SS-W HAPMAN i'iNCHKK -iiid iesume.1 an oil partror. H a nature nimble Ml for sign* <.r Mr. Puicher was mad on AndO. ing a frog. The first snowdrop M 3 m ail right for amateur* .,(..> da* of cold before il can find loo-watt |a mp .ic That's the worst ol wm.he_ expert look* 1-r ;. frog. g ,„, t h r **-i The cuckoo. In full hud | 1GHT and heat like Mn .itches that trigger oft tin A slight rise In ttte tern paature of the soil set> and root* aotng. Roots don't work when tin It take, them MIX „ rouncl u ^ rold Thc ^ „., from somr AM raise, which Is S3r aarfa %  purpose in ttfe. Bui they are a InlO thuadoa Ukt ealSaSlH farmers play Un trltfc on ttui BBM and make them lay mor m ;;s, by *v n hf ** on a Mi r. HI I • i %  ik Inrrrascd lighl abo affects man AID Mr Piu.liei Rattei hard in .pnng. A IOU..W ID ji.'Uml III GMaM it will probdiscovered lhal when he hunt! the liable h were more likely to hav —Is earlier ID ah— Progs spend the winter burled and -wallow, that have to come ID mud .it IB,bottom of a pa) |ea don't r t c.ugr.1 oul and breathinx through their skin*, iikr this They can follow the Then when ahr w..rlrf bsssaM t.. *un .11 the way up from the warm up oul they oune South. .boul frogs." said Al thu momexil the asjreUovi Mr Pinchei -they often hau should be about a Uurd of the I in the same pool II 11 iteced in. As soon IN Md up a bit and Mrelch..„ ,,„. MedlUnrsnean 11 !" !l^" "*' u> y hop "' V" T"'-'"" 'Kf *" %  "" %  %  " " %  "fr %  *" • %  >" Personally 1 don't think it s a btt Cuckoo, ly more slowly so they ,„ d h ; %  *. irhkh funnr. U I'd spant the wUltar covban „. Mr) ,.. Tho comma wcild not ha* lain ooUtbte "7*. m """J" P"";' Jd eh— by at, of East Africa have a lh „, ,„ d IM bearTaendiHt ^ut In thespriDX. wouldn't you' ,,,,..,dl.l %  a plla n m ahead of w41 r ur _u„ ^^ Frog pimples them They ha.c to n, through Wp „ m foun „ beeches, hornII rt went for our r.imbh •'. iitlid.-lr.ee c h„, nuu uM ,hodoullirons 10 W Ewhursl near i:. actusll) ouild u „ „„„. TKl nrH ..Usuu, .,„„ ol Surrey and Sussex and "erts and hatch ihei, own eggs. puuv wuiow, re „ ulj „,„ s,, Ihnugh we peered into the •an you Imagine; ait a ho-t ^ pltinls ^^ gp^,,^ waters of pond after Another black sheep of their from trvtaa ^ bulb. iiiuckv pond I have to record that urns irsiol in the same Every seed u an undergroui-i md no herald frogs croakpan. ha. developed the habit of laboratory ruled out for tumli-K in the spring talking backwards. Instead of sayn „ rctl mU) r Ukt root -hat didn't stop Mr P1IV %  "J" "Cooeook. „„ ao no WOIK ,„ („. „,„„. the scientist ulking about tfrem. ... but the rising temperature .1 Interesting work been Light and song the soil has .heady set thedone on frogs Igit UP DECAUSEof the rollu wthr ,,,,„, nkatslDlnild • l„ i.i.: „. n.-iity in Britain raliull-. .. carrying out a 1 -.. tr. • -here ^^ doled rk red ibUCh the .ensu. -I fraS In popd *' • """ m """" T^ iJJ! V. U or of the iral •agio had pum the rjor. i.ird. than tmial OsUiwring !" 'X££'JL*Z*fiZ' %  prini and lb, tn. bd chorus should be p. J" !" *m .hows the.1,11...enlng In a couple ol t* in nm be uai. .nd youni: peopl citlhs. flower. One bult-rn, %  ^l^ !" !?. !" !" ; ""oTeven UiougH -r„. onths. It has alroady sUrted In Surrey. eluded '^a^ 0 ?S he ., % %  L Imm w iro ahlp In n>iv pars plenty oTher .7ins"mai tn."nu-min.r, of th. otBdud thrt o. ,nng._ March £LZ? S b spring Is already at work. It was 21 !i to report .. rV day'7,7 Wher'tTEngland Pmcher and I that the prod' ne i, those lovel, sunn, rST jjj. "^J-' -TSuS !" " '"' S% >" that % ometime, turn February Into onds longer than the day before y,,..,,,,,,^ Qr cia) u not e. say you wookl rnate yourw'I saw a butin 1 ve. and sing ,'ave .S'Tleetnc Ugh. wi,d have the ^JOgE ""'' ^ : you could flood the much else to do. with it. Cunnliig poultry three d. lerflv. It It winter In some house. Th* bun* of sunshlM had at—L-t.S lll'SII HOI'II . Foi* The Men Who Want To Be President... tie man. a Federal Judge. Secret. of the Treasury, Assistant Pie Itom HlHrt.IM'K (^MK slender aenator from Ohio — NBW TOBJC io-ks like • small-town laalsw. _• %  B ,.,,,„ „,., .„. %  „ • ^ 77f "ly.ns; ff A sV'tA*; mil.-s. And he stm has a.c..uou (r | h rec-legge.l "tool of Amei The men ' %  ran government u no other man Wh< j boiling point is ,. .., He stepped in t,. damp down t'.• % % %  ..go Mat JubII?. i Ptp ^ r res of personal feuds Inside Uc tht iiuijor psrttol All candW*** J*..*J J££ %  Supreme Court bench He n Wl pick their rhSJl Uw .agent's dllUM S"" somewhat |hpv c illcd |w hJ1 „ infiationa,,Presidential joust — are coming diflldent. Mill shy. still 111 at ease WJ| r spirals, to hold down milk more clearly mio I and inclined to be "cold." He prfe**, to get an en-Serviceman i There arc %  urprlscs already lt AS the new reign begins, so too begins the Empire's year of opportunity. A young Queen comes to the throne at thr opening of a dazzling period of development and change. Within the next 12 months, we may the foundations laid for five new Dominions. i'r M. nmy m, msltod. sonic of thtm drift ,,.t.„l> Ike Kmp%rt while others ore boggitance—largely because the key colony Ol British Guiana is against it. SUSPICIOUS In MALAYA. Chinese and Malaya are stall watchful and suspicious of each other In the SUDAN, set now on the road to sell aiovernment, there are politicians who want %  republic, others who want a tie-up with Egypt. But now, a party working for Dominion status has been formed. In the (iOU) COAST, there is talk of Mi Nkrumah becoming our first African Prime Minister—and of Dominion slatus being within re;icli Turn now to migration. Is it to be the beiimnini; f I he long-aw.iited dispersal body's gun*And Wf.kle. But those who have seen this last few weeks one rung removed from the t' *, ._ of the American ladder He i: chief partners—presses on with increasing w £ SS S&STLSS &f&&2\ SSKrt II v !f our ,n deve op,ng hCT mighly rMOurces Ami the thanevs will W Iha Hepubllcsn pool. And ID faNSON and'not iuinois IIAKiM.O HTAaEN. none al all. xmm.n aSSu him'worlh HOPOova nor Alll.AI MTEVKNKON. Ilarrlnn last-ballot developments pmg ia tnc president',, decision t.. Ike's Slide M "•Chle.o convention, both ^M Senator Bob Kerr, of Okl..VVh:ifs the mutter with the ca n be 'alely written off. bODUl into UM Ni-btaska prim.i' | BUBNasOWn i-ampaign • The All Sssilbls6aa eyes are on on April 1 to battle against hi R.iuii.: day ho admitted he was a Repub: TRUMAN There jre sins that „ a down-the-llne ~ Trumim | desert and ti rn on 1 and hinir.1 that he would h " means to run. And signs that Democrat, it hit America like a lliunhs ••"''' W".n -* decision Tbr result there wlU I.U UM | Power timber and other riches. NEW ZEALAND launches her greater single industrial enterprise—the £29,000,ll(l pulp, limber, and newsprint project AUSTRALIA has her Snowy Mountair.. project. India such schemes as Bhakra-Nan. gal, which will irrigate 6,600,000 acres ol 45O.0O0lrw of electric £XJCIUALUJL ift. &f ..ill be the plainest tipsters much. So will the ou*tip-olT un what he thinks romp 0 f t h e New Hampshl'o party's chances. If he primary on March 11. wheiv hnuld run—and my sues Is Kefauver (in his racoon fur cup • hut he ii'i'l-lt will mean he Is ;md accompanied by his pretty ConlMapl the Republicans can be nrltl*h-born wife, has been lasjVB nfsin If not. that pounding away at the "mor.il he has his doubts and will let decay and Browing comiptli;: viinctxHlv else have a go. inside our Government"—and not And who will that be" mentioning Mr. Truman once l>v Quite TV Spree clear, already, whatderclap I like Ike'' clubs <0 1 '?: sprang up everywhere. But already .' ow "V'i lus set in Insiders In !?J*r both camps an agreed that unless % % %  home soon and iljihi*. hard, his chances o. e nil. Ikes best friends turn out to be hat direct foes. While he devotes himself lo duty In Paris, they have turned his campaign into third-rate vaudeville, and it grows Truman's Xo p l s ll sar every day that elections It will assuredly not be the are not -mi by nmoM ooatroL, busy-as-ii-beaver Senator from cvei happens at the local popuor by "biiiidwagon show-*" in Tenni-re, Mi Eslcs Kefauver, j Brl ty contests known as Stale Madison Square Garden. <'> bit the national spotlight primaries and whoever la picked TAFT. born and bred to politics, w, th 'he televised crime com| D go to Chicngo, Is that this .1 ("resilient'* son a wi-e old m "I'' hearings. For Kefauver. eievtion of 19S2 Is going to I* v.iiiiiwinncr if ever thi. !" .u,iv .•<. lh '' lVesident churishes a cordial the ^retat TV event Amenn .eraS, Oil. and stump, the Jo„,; % K A '"J, "" "' "' ln %  • " jk *•?' i %  """" daTln da. out mum. truod. "" whl Hou ** "'" .. wh !" P~P'' >S *rh the poru and nlWncU.. .^,1. i., k?m" ' %  "' **• '"'"eessor-tlial goes envortin."t Cl.leag.. over son e 5tJ !" ",J. T "" O" "<• convention floor. 18 million %  ., 1Q .,11!" ,, deltas on behlild In over, ,.,,„,„„, ,„,. verutlle FRED are l-ln ma.lo ,tread, to -MUrC TI, x .. 1' , a VINStlN. Truman's oldest friend that coverage „ mended to Huh Thr T.ift tormul.. Is simple, and nu „„, tnutcd adviser, top p.rts of the USA. a> sre still unashamedly old-fashioned: "Here trouble-shooter for the Demowithout It. lo-day and somewhere c'se toclats these 15 years past. —L.E.S Already the tall nnd Twenty-three years a Congress(World Coyrlght reserved' HUNT IS ON All over the Empire, the hunt for m materials is on, with expeditions already the field or ready to start. But two things are necessary if Britain gold the Empire are to win their way to lastini! prosperity From the discussions now proceeding between Empire representatives on trade and development, and the future of the £, thenmust come a great Commonwealth Confer enca, which will set up a Council of Empii e to plan our future as a whole. Every man and woman in the Empire—anil moat of all in Britain—must work as they have never worked before to produce raw materials und manufactured ifoods for ea.: %  ther. We niusl find -air salvation In our own ,,...,„,,... .nd abilities —I..K.S. MINI-MOTORS Can be easily attached to your Bicycle. Minimum of Maintenance. PRICE fU.t.00 &f DA COSTA & CO. LTD.-Agents Our Reader.*, Say; harbour iiwell looked after. Hotels have sprung up like mushrooms— at the CPU docks, one hr '"<"* %  ". botel keepers resa/ed to see the Empress Hotel i*"?"" 1 .£ !**. "iT 5 0 "* C,U th. Parliament %,!*., ^fi" *2&S> To the f;di|i.r. The Mt Sw-Mi Tranl mj wife ami I ,* "•ve bet: |) ,,,,t f ou and month, .,, VIM; „ hl Wli „"~ )th TiUhtss—not 7rom"""Wh,1 ta "oulu last year. SSsf^ii *' '"i 1 ""' ,l 1S our K hu ihou^nds of UahTT,,. bs L hC v toW u -" D h "' ,ho,r ,hW '"duty to ofle, a, ,, t..k. o -f r.-soeet TO plac^Wings as to produce. st.rtln B ~ S^i^K! n L^ n5lr C n VO w C T i eff cl or *"Pr'ilve scene • %  ism iu Ihe people of Barbados. We hope that von will be so kind The people of Ihe Island are all as to allow us to use the Advocate fond of their homes, have beautias a medium for tttta purpose. ful gardens and bless their soul Mr. Trant and i coma Drom the everybody has o dog Island of Vaneouvc. BX srhai liable and unlike the the capital city of Victor-., i* busy bee* of the Ea.i il.. isl.m.l located %  !•. ilowas; ttfmpo. Than si. terest to ..II those of you who have *l*y* hVa time to stop for S rstem paralleled by none for the Ada re of the community. Hi* theli why not have them swept or raked when necessary and why are there so man* broken pieces of glass? island—her Kr.iduates hi... <2> Small rafts could be [>".ready made their mark ii vided for children to pi a. world. The people of llarbadi vitl. on the lagoons at praevery fortunate CHECK THESE FOOD i VALUES %  In r, ( f,Kf-it,,Ute.| scholars are indeed a credit lothe bass Eat £ paSt alIn cloalnc w wish lo %  . lh the manj louiiau i -,. ths w„ma tr havfaf as their *hoi, upon ii-n arrrval not already heard thai Vi ..nd. Ihe thirfl Tourists Owing to the situation of Utfl Island and climate that in the WinU'i months is so favourable il would only seem teasiM-thai Barbados should make the tourisi trade Its second industry. Tii-ie has been for years a close 8fl Canada and Barbados r.mada is a rnld pise* .In the lovernor. Sir Alfred Savage who having had tinprivilege of has their who; interest at heart elation and soda) Intercourse th* liojlly no cost. (31 In most places there running hot waVr. aa has been demonstrated on re arnsred at the InteUigen, i4) What can be done about the every occasion His wife is also dignity, wit-assurance and wholelectricity set. ' be congratulated on the splenheartedness of these graeif., (5) Why don't the Banks have Ud assistance she has given her people. a hostess? Tourists enterousband. ing a Bank could be looked „ t One lady from Canada had be • after more efficiently Tortunste to nave such a here tor u month when one of hei (61 Whv talk about the traffic *'*" •""• %  PWn**' Poh" Force, nolady frieods arrived from Toronto —why not use one way w o€re in the world could they be In the evening they were havir. \ s I \ m „ Much like this Island their Indus'•' %  'ntertmnbut ttion-u.;hly enjoyIsland Is known in Ihe v.<>rld as tries are few. However on n<cis th* tourists and suggestions? from the mainland in the lnnar"have made ivtry affort to aa* that (1) The beaches ar* Hoxeelled and in the Commissioner ciektails before dinner — whi I Michelin. you they had finished the first one. theli deserves the waiter asked Mrs if she woul' care for another. She replied "No. thank you. Dear" (the waiter's name was "Dear"). Hefriend looked at her goggle-eye,i and said, "Well. I never—don'i tell me you get that familiar with servants". The reply "Oh no, dear. Dear Is his name". Well, you lovely people, we shall say goodbve and Just want Is ni T > Keep beggars off the street "' PHe, Colo unless they sell something n,v f %  man lha ' and have a license to do so. W" 1 "* one hw often (8) Have licenses for dogs— ***** !" u r " "v* such a well People who do not look trt,B '? • n !" n thuslaatlc group ol after their dogs do not de^"f !" "* • '"empUfled by the serve to have one It is not Poll" Band. How nice to know fair to the dog tbat you have such an admirable (9) Organize a "Hakilau" once ?! %  m ... lne P*** of Bishop a month Mandeville to take care M i-etiglous requirements. His in(10) People selling to the public .lUgural address should b) in market places etc should printed from time to time so that you to know it really keep themselves as clean as i-eople would not forget that God knowing yoo. We wish you health possible. has no use for pretenders and happiness. The people of Barbados are The House of Assembly un JOHN TRAWT, Ideal— blessed by having an Educational th* Lwdarahlp of Mr G II Th* aataTsaV. FINE UQUEURS Grand Murnirr Vlelle Cure Curaco Dubonnet Shrnley's Rye Gold Braid Rum DESSERTS Custard Powder Royal Puddings Black Grapes White Grapes Apples In tins Apple Sauce Carr's Biscuits Kraft Cheese Hill AKIVVT MMII.S EASY TO PREPARE Shredded Wheat Wee; a blx Grape Nuts Quaker Oats Farex i'.M um Calves Liver Danish .Bacon Anchor Milk f J. N. GObDAKD & SONS



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THIRSDAV, MARCH 21). 152 IIARHMMIS ADVWCATK I'M.' %  1 \ I Government Paying Too Much DEATH BY M is\i>\ I:\TI in; \ i. irerdiel of i. 1. W-.I Irui 'A" when the i earning tha iitv.tii ol Grant (43) o; Bey Land. S li-ose matter*, and m he saw ~tt '" M ,cn el wus "•"• % % %  uded yaatariHj ..nythlnjc OOM 00 tinOORMt basLs unh-*s they were divorced from peatttca, He observed Out in the elementary n-hool.s Ou-v were teaching elementary Spanish n d ,„ WUU1U 1(W I-ulln. ami he (;.. I WH-M i"• number of Barbadians to nil aHie Rtrid I.-.I.iv Hurt vag ;u.j 'ii'ing ti> the question of (actor> ''P !'>•• If Uiey lot good men much politic-* introduced In all P rn )evls he corroborated the Ob %  the top. the lime woul.i servalion made by Hon Mr Cuke when by their example, Barbadlthal it was often found that the re.<"4_ would rll themselves for top (or replacements positions. %  U/.i before the replacement wa completely effected Ox the question ol taxation, he ••Kpiesseil Ihe begM l.i.a the mmpany tax would not be increased Four More Treasury Wit nessesGiveE vide nee 3'In Civil Servant's Case turned a i i.entuii' .1 Dktaff 1 I H Si leg* referred the increase in social • r tne la*l i MrMV sioas .-huuUi %  !. asked whetlii-r it Ml -t..it government could the Mrvlcea, at the wrong: and serious waste of tailed exposition on the Budget money, and when one considered and congratulated Hon Mr Cuke that there were four Inspectors of • %  % %  speech and observaUonselementary schools, and three '• %  s -'<,na < wa not U* nn,, motc to do other inspection, the llmr lh l lh .' Council was indebt'eaults were not what Ihey should be. Mr Cuke for raisins points of importance Referring to the points raised l>\ Hon Di Masslah on the question lh "' witnew. called by the pr, I ?rrS55T*JSSn? S.JS: ^V '" '•' %  '-'' > % %  < <• %  *• The Police will (Wl their evlde, (• i "... had ta mS,r •"''"'" "' h "n""wl M %  hn further hearing reaumea. rAsxe 2355 ZT ^rj-'ssASr H„„ i„T i ""' derwaad w u ied lo check ill.caih al IN.n,f, waa no way ""•" M — TTIHII nn| iim %  '•' in 'pen.iii. no. i,, ... lt ., ,„. chactod lha aab ,.t ui,... ~en, year. He .aid ,-• ... , „„ 6 ^^ Spinal \n ., i l„u, %  '. %  lie u>ed lo chnVlhecaall .. !hev —""' %  -"-* "~ l 1 L Maasiah Mid UI..I lie "'" %  ** ,,d "lal a'ler lb* ..m. .i.cuKd aril m mm? d be able lo meet „,,,., .i,_. ._ .*._ ^_TT nwtai. i.t. TK. ^.—^ ll -ippcared that OQ April a b.. not correct and he M nd that out and ma %  i-er Inerenflng budget of ston to observe and study the ifl.mi had it. her heart, pulse .mil •i stoppad Kfl tale the deceased but these proved fnntkDudlej Gn ha key lo TI -t,-,-i I .. •ard, Any ofltotr who leal i..In : la t.. do .ands .f th> Hospital would be placed and he thought approach by Puerto Rko to inPopuUtlon. andjfter . education • -on to dualrial developnu-nt which was *"h KflK^WS " t ?n' %  which so different fom the general attiK^SnSi' rniia-ed n ?i3S <>" %  ^ M-aSah tod ,n?nJ,.?S ^'r^ *£"$**" H b %  Ad ipproach IB Barbados to ^TJ^.^.Vr^rt nn. f(p M1(| [hm ^ e-e^c. ..d that on March 14 this verv im..rlant mailer In wcre n< ".**.'. Pf?.__ ._ lew ther*. seaa i !" . J,,-,.—.!^. ' ta *''" >" the Gem HoapitaB Puert. was and t persons %  „ IMWMSMM ..... % %  •* oe 10 see wi> ir. T^S**?^ Aat the Gove.n.nent th(> people who had lay the w, ^^ mtroducfd Mlld ul hcr u^^. Dr M.^ ^ U hg, of Barbados make it a point to inundation of mny^ mmyjie ., flsjde |h fa h t|l. fc w S3aS se-nd a group ..f persons includwhn. they %  ''"' ,, 7^; "^StSr ll no l ,hl %  ••* <' "" "l'"-'">n at t)„ -..,., Ing some of the leading politicians teachins. but by their akaractar. UHich ora| Prenrtli (ucn a ^^ HoapiisI to that country |o observe the As !" w ^J h n ,Ku 2 Je l !" u,d ** "-P 1 **^ 1 oy >* n Mnr ' ' he was present In 0n *• >"t occ.si, general attitude and enthusiasm Fund he * ,d h £ n mu _Jw mu "Jj which wwld be more beneficial, the Ward Whan his wife was taken ''nrned v^lh hi. which was so evident among the the Idea "( WWni money aay Tho pyeaident Hon. J. D Ctond" people. from pfivale individual* and .put^ ||ri( ^ ha u ^ |jot ( K Kni-lish St.indard Drops "M "^ C H M 'nol^nartieular ? IW ,;, ''"" * u**' 1 *^ *> I""d thai ih Hon F. C. Hutaen, followinVthe <>ve.nment W^J !" ^ Hon 11 A. Cuke for ant back ; would He then Checked the cash Ma muM have checked withou to the booh -tod ou goin UOd tli.it the cash w Ah.ii he uaad to check Ui oaafa he would fo lo lha vault. H is—ill"" I he waUh ppioiaMd i %  .nil-. lead of Hon. Dr. Massiah. said that In regard to education, while the new subjects like Bpu lattln wore brought into the curriculum of Ihe schools language of English appeared to be less satisfactory than It used lo be. He wanted to enquire of the Colonial Secretary whether Qoi eminent was of the opinion that the change over to the jecis was benellbiig the children. Hon. Dr. Maaalah had spoken of s up ervision by capable persons at the heads of Clev%  rnri.ni department*, but his mm, because be knew [ida, people who kept The President Hon. J. D CtondUp to lha Surgery. A few minute* taken us ha am tm a imad to ee kindly him. lAtar to was told thai hn that urculaling lui their m..ne 1 t .>ok a g.^ d.al more St|(r(j w((h r „ rnue h(l n care in spending It than govern ^^ mern bers to review the lst > ,„( it.-., had a flve y**r a H was the commcrApart from that tlu > had ^ n |( ^ *^."nd prrcedlng flve years and get an lemorandum and wif,,iie.| while Uikinn Ih ->i.lii DOt lememtier If W1 Money Cheeked %  '* ""'Itnl on April (1.1945. while was alua.vs their when the "• w>i ""ere he dm not see anyi were made and thenivoi plajrlm %  bOUt h with iH>t> hecks while he was on leave M ' k nOaW the vault riom the accused ,,na he h,,d '" l "" h '"" h '" w i help with vai 11 Therr ' %  '*ble near tithe cash. When the trays of v-u't d""" '*r currency clerks. BJ v.ie ehaekad mav were "• dM •' %  '"'^^ tor $io,oo*i 1 cad igadn In lha vault The) '"' i"'o ihe vault. %  aled bundlOR of money weie not "e used to check Ih^ cash of ;h< i lh> Surgery that, they had ie which was supported by a smgto industry and ^ ^ "Ijidy Nelson" \\ ill Arrive Sum 1,11 §OA OUBAlf occaAiojt a e on Acds at ihe taacUnq AtoAM >g ine oan.it..-..-. ii --wn# %  „ : .^1 and wise when times were, Jjen it ln "" 1 in w iood to try and put by some re* !" ... -rid concededI that after mxmmX houW Mk to ^ „ all. lha, cou d not suddenly stop h h revenue from exVlae. nil the r-eial services and other things far which they had mad i nubble Dangers He nflshtnl out that there had suggested. It was up to the individual u> carry hl own reeponslhllity, and this was not beingdone today. "It Is quite impossible to BUpervlse evervbodv." Hop. Mr. Hut son said. "If you are going to do that, in many cases you bad bettei >i" eU That is one thing which should be taught In ..K— that Individual dangers however, because he knew people, whether 'hex be workmen that it was the well-known desirt oi (rtberwlaa, -hould have a sense of governments to taKe ail mey of responslblUtv and not be decould when they could, lie rependent on supervision" ferred to the note of !" l Ueferring to technical educasounded by Hun. C. H. bvei>n UOO HOB Mr Hutson drew attenwhen the Council discussed the Uon to the fact that the matter Equalisation Fund Bill, that gorwas under consideration. nd M >* emment could at any time send that that aspect of education down a Resolution to spend money would also cost a great deal more from the Equalisation Fund, and monrv. He hoped, nevertheless, added t*>at that was a danger that In ipite of the cost, it would which should be watched. favourable consideration Turning lo the point raised by when it rune ba#Dfa the legislaHon. Mr. Cuke in connection tun%  %  lha s irraj Ikmrd. Cashier at about 3.I& p.n, and on ard cheeked the m*"' UD Out OBIO. He tlUSUtd tlu ii bundle of DaOBOJ > lulh-w Uie -'^ examined with lha label and seal cused lo see If he had put up the The silver was also checked When the money was replaced A clerk eou*d not have placed be vault, the bundles of notoa a bundle Of notes into his pocket* n each other, without being noticed On April . from im.'. hg did not PM f. with bulging pocket*. 1-aU-K Kepi W -HI be leaving Btl the amm.,,1 JJf were kept", ai'ul ***** r COat port on Monday nl t hi i ur Canada '""" ih. Savbiej Bank A chad remarked that excise, the eta the Ititusn Norihem Islands was issued for the amount teeelvthlrd principal source of revenue. She is consigned lo M ssi, (iardic,i ''J" rt"" Treasury to the Savings dun, the aftemooi Ined the same. From the ner Austin k Co., Ltd Bank clerk. Tho cupboard was one with Bach am BOW raeatVOd bl the *>>ves and everyday the Casbi--. was checked ami there u**l to wt between 12 noon ... mistake about the l,d l P %  ">" ***n iuw" ent euntriH could not denomination ol the note Exhibit •* his cash from the Cashier. The It MS. Lady Nelson' Is *• stacked on each seen that customs f 1 xport d *<* afrtva here uda. bioken. There seeni" to welcome companies ^ „..ng to have reserves. It was a experience In the milter ; t .,, eUrtOUl altitude of mind was that it was quite imposslfor now nunent to soy yes, 'give ble to rsrrv out supervision on the scale whleh Dr Mas-lab took it away from WM^ ntIon l the money and let w: keep It.' memorandum' In the budget, thev froni'^Kn Were w-mpd lhmX !***£* "'"'Wll > i" %  hi i.i' rare ## i# niism hKST (Allll SI/I VIEWS LYl.XV #.V STATE and *•'# 'JVJOt, I f## I-:SSI\ Ills I til XI VII -.1 t KING OBOMI VI KNIGHTS LTD. that %  "3..5ij*iOT S£S2 S-" >h'b^ra Sm> T*>, '" '" %  '^""' "" """ U ""' V •-• ^ """ Um "* J ""'"" ^ led wisely in P""'"* ^y wm. „ on shou d ^ ron tdorM riOV .. k ul to pruB|lcrlly nanlji ay Hoaw Housing Observing that theigwas no rnonO) Ineluded In the Estimates utuing ihe work which was being carried out by the Housing Hoard in connection with people getting bigger salaries for less work. Hon. Mr. Pile said that thai was happening everywhere. and was happening even II England. He said that people out ban were only amateurs to the procedure Hon Mr. Cuke had said there the Homing Programme Hon. Mr. were pressure groups, but he dio Hutson referred to the adverse not Know what Mr. Cuke meant, comments in the Other Place about ,. thought thai they were venomal-administrallon ai-d expensive tn ,, us groups, but that thev might work, and said he w<. Id be very ^ W ell-meaiimg. Hon. Mr Cuke POCHfclCARTOON h. OSHMfl I.ANCASTfcK rruit* Ol Id. in, dees rsisr or II he iuit i *e tynditated cm ihui ihe finglih r*r undrritund I "C" the Petty Cash Book—had The accused hud 14 days' leave ,-'inu raised Qetatls of the Cash which a|>p.i.r•" ' dunng his ubseiiee some*"io DM rnarabara, tha ed in Exini.i. %  K.iiihic deputised for him. %  ri s %  %  • Bald that with h,,UIIIIII..I> KxhH.it % %  (; %  • it .i known in the offlce thai ngard'the t ivil S,-ivaiu.„|,i llo U's were going lo be iHiiJir.g ihah weight, n could be || was lha Pi ad on hit* I, iwi He un ( IHB. necessarily the amounts spent To refer to the Education I >%  nenttai had, iw^'n man ind it had been indicated that the results were not forthcuniing. [nil until He look %  latad morning of At" %  I Lay thai Inj rallai HARRISON'S B,ood si. IMIIIIIII < I.M. i u inrnovi i> s. MIII. nr i HlMOis LEATHER no; -oiiiAiJr> DM nol hMHM slimy DNI not lie come stilt uliei I-. -oil mid oh.,i.i, hi use ll.is no thin patches Possesses a loii|> life ol useful service nmenl but he Kelern pah] he ..-rv to know that the. was mslhad also said that G> sdministration of pubh funds c „ u |,, (lo noUung almul It, nut ne h ,. ., jTny.vary gorry U. hink u,a „„., Wl „ i.t.m logical con2J^ h ^ b Tdisat;on iSfJ.? Im' ^f^'^'rVs ild h "" ,!l l ,nJl ThBl GoV, r ,V, n nl Increased taxation. They were wait for the Fiscal Survey to dc t prossure?" Ho pending we a OV er a million rathe, a grave £[,— Government .il Survey to deride whether there should be any trioii'tEht thai it money or not. because In the LI ,.,.,,. IUl , hal meantime, several members of the ^^ „„, fej,,. pressure if they Staff of Ihe Housing Board had wanU d to. very little to dc i[ P was VCfV glad to It was very bad that plans ,,.„,. llk> liuide bv u,,. Ho,., ihe agreed lo should not tie ""l" c Colonial Bocratary about leave montOd until late in the year, with ^.^ge^ ailtt ( h a t they had taken ferctK make it possible for VJ^QIIS go abrood on leave spent on such an item. With regard resistance of presK to subsidisation, he un ', he could smile, mi.i-I .,'. l the lime had rueftifly, because. strangely ~ ci.jugh, the Secretariat ha sometimes resisting pressure. As regards the general altitude BB ubatdjaation d he eould not even agree with the ,he populut towards work., he observed that ; increasing l.y holce of the items which were IM P i"d bound-, and it was subsidised. the interest of all commuiutic. n. An Inatanca was the subsidlsa'his island to puli lonether and do tion of rice He said that rice their best for thiIsland hould not be %  .uhsidlsed in prewhole. to Hems Hke.gTOund proHe said It was true that this year new 'I wain charge of the cash 'he vault and %  Os n a HnW I • %  •.new when the %  cauaed took mil ajfa Or when cash m 0$ the acouaod or by anyon I I could not -...> when the 12.000 •A'BS taken out of the vault on April 6. IMS." Mr ARM %  he Court. Mr. Amory further said thai b luld not say what dcnomnian ,, if ..,,, bundle. in note the Cashier had mi AIM il tundla contahtad 15 notes. I 1943 He di.| not keen 'r, n lie then nl a il and then discovered that haVb i of being *:> notes, the bttndUi notes He looklil nut fin Mr Amory but (U : ill lie BIW 0(1 II g handle Ol nob in lha dravMl afler replmiM the I.del and tapes. II. i |0I Bk kaj again. He from tho .illie side i.f (lie > teel cabinet Me returned to the ,ge and CU< *I% %  ith l : \,:r"ne h iher ;.'fon. j-g % y wunrusss? £? m • %  *"* -*• u, fKSghi it would be letter if gevSg* their V.^pahl. Th" SlS, ^t^LT9U ^5 f 0 "* bu tn * %  t"^ !" ernment could give consideration burning question UWni !? d w?nrotSn Thev eeadd ln t >''" U %h constructuw of to the work earlier '"order that CWl] s.T.ants'aud he eounaalled S^ttir^oannirl^^ m ^tionaJ 52 houses al tha co,t of it could be carried on throughout U| ( w Af nfrMury l(| he|n ;' m l po !" ^J| ^"Visl, pgrk *ief ,lu "" '"' M "iCL Ke ,-nhlMne which was Dao get they were sulldling earbo''"d*d to carry on until Capital i^n.!?tioi"of"landI which was '., ,n .S CMi S n ,. .„ .*. hvd ""*"""" * Produ, • Worha Programm nZi nnw h the increase In pop" Ho Mr **"' ,^ W th,,t J* 1 ? >" Barbados In another form. with the Fiscal Survey was ready. li^ P To cow wTlh the present M-.ner they faced the issue which „ one wtnt mto tne voI „ (1 of At „, hp Vlrlor|J1 Mnr! UnMsln.^pop^laon. they P would g ffijfj&jg V&iflU r,c Vtf a 1 "* ***'*' '? T?" "•"""•"""* foot budge was Tha area. Kr Aerkullural , lhf „ >po i,„ „„ wha hc u Tm pnKlucllvp p*^ ^e Mttllurie aaainst thrifty unp would lolruduce HIP He -aid thai Oma olhei n h.iH One had only u drive around ^ "S5S T£TJ£! kS P*"!"""• %  >. •' %  >" "r hoped lhal emciint. h.'rd"workIn" burtnia'"n "ranted a drlUln. plant Tk a* mrnrni "methln would he done to rem en. Ha deplored the method ol 'i nd r c D w '' %  ""d II m n a en aer u> ti.< ill Sniltli. Smlti ii.' laid sinlih thai ho had I a on piga i Itlful tin§§si' u-ilh — Motor Cars, Mirrors. Windows and Glassware, Household Paintwork Etc. SIZE 22" x 18l/j" ..III. HI 1 Ills l.llll HARRISONS Hardware Dept. Tel. 2364 the ho tor boBdlnr purporo ,., in the .tatt of the Department everybody fchvUM b tarDH tH "" M ""^ dMermlne Ih a int.. with whlen he WM in (.^inno nf f 0 n that it would be I Covemment control, an.l aave an amount ol stream water ani campWae dM>reemrt, aaaa nre.,1 .lisa.ter ir they loM the me. ,.. mp |e In which he tild that .. whether it could be .ucce.1,,1 one which would reBeot aaaaa „, Ihat branch of the Service company had lie.^1 thinkingU i-xtjoil.-l There wain derreaaed pradaictlaai. It w. the moat importanl di,,vertln money in rertaln Ba, „lt,„al Development for which They wanted to et over that parlment In the ..land Hon Mr „, n ,rv !,, after a careful con,„„, w „ „„ aiiocatlo., f. and the Board had under cnn.MPile laid, and it waa fortunate ..deration realised that, what ,„,„ anttoa Ih. traction ol two itorey that in that depsrtment they had wuh control., there would be n J . ld h ., h bSaSna to be divided Into four people who to addition to havlna actual Kail,, and had abandon.! ..! H n ""'• "* flair to be hou^ on the same „ nood scientlllc knowlrtfe. had the prolect. ""' '"" "" ' h ' "•"' J amount of land onainally intend. common sense approach to He said that there was trie Inv, *nHiiure. It waa related to a cd to carry one house He hoped things. creasing pooulation and It wa% %  **" ey'cnt to the cost of lmi-i-1' that It would not come Into conHe again emphasised the nece.onlv bv Increasing efficiency and which like the price of araatai I flict with the Hoard of Health, and sily for attracting good men to looking for new means of emIncre-red enormously within the that It would be possible to Imrun the various departments, and ploying the people that the Innai decade, plement the scheme "aid that while he agreed with 'cease could he handled ft wa' Tfca mil was then passed CURTAIN RAYON & COTTON CURTAIN ...T EXTRA PROTECTION... EXTRA OIL ECONOMY (cSf ^ EXTRA MOTOR OIL TUNE IN TO THE TEX BENEKE SHOW TONIGHT AT 815 P.M. A really btautil rltll .1 i.atlcni IUIUI; 1! ui"! u nice silky h l.i Gold, Tant>r. Blur. 1 Ran III inches idY I-er yard :ili Inches wide IVr yard %  nigh and I. II f'IIKTONNCS. ZC ii .lie. uide.l'rr yard M in. idr. Per yard I.l: IN inches .vide IVr wird S2.27, S2.23. S2.IH1 4V I PSINTSD TABU ( I "Tils B" 45" -1 1 1 45'. Kach I in CAVE SHIaPHERD S. CO.. LTD. 10. I!, 12 & 13. BROAD STRECT.



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p.vr.F six IIAIWUXK lutol ,11 Till BSDAY. MARCH 20. H32 CLASSIFIED ADS. I'lULH MMMB mtPMONC 150S. I>IH> IN Ml MtlKIAM •Talk on Mtorad u> OM< MMOM 4aon our ra.thl. rmirar WT'll %  ***• Aha unc *•.. :...*. — .-t **; %  %  who deport .d itii 1 M M 1 1 Vow can <• ever fotgr*. hei Altray. r-iml-M hher chlldrei Raryl. Marian. Agatha and Frank Rail* (Grand child' mili-l. .'•l|tMMI I OH SALE ALTO MOTIVE Ti, ,g HP. 4^1 mg lader Pbonr %  --1 workl xi n P . A I ...rrpklrh MTi ... | H .., Off.*. It 1 U-l CAR ltd* !'• "I Ei..ti-M condition Ring * ~r W %  Wi MoTTI. 0*1 1B0O mil*.. Appl* %  MM I If Mill %  I l 1 *" "Onel • .r tReed nith EMI'-dTI or Phone M7 II9Ul'i \l ESTATE pran-aw* FOH ItK.VI TAKE NOTICE RENOWN tMlill'lll IBM MM TAKE NOTICE ALL THAT Tenantry known a. "Alk.. Tenantry" ronlainiM about %  • ATM el land ,i'n .led a. Ea.1Hall F-,t pai.iuiara and term* and condition. of Mir apply lu in* under*tg*d. Tnr above win ir "P '<•< *ala am mil OfBr* on rrkl-y U* llt day of MBi" IT.." ..I ? *l R_ fAPtmitCTOM *MALY Lucaa Street II r M-tn HEAIH COTTAGE o. perfect bol i %  EMM' per *_ %  At*rl people Api.1 Beacriki BUILDING 1IPOT A de-robi* bul'd mg epot aitiialed at Britten* Hill n* | Mr Maurtr* Cavr. overtook-.* tm Rorklrv Ooll Coura* and NavyGarde.* oanetMiear of *ppr* !" itn*err HW*^ r l-etna. particular*, appti M W Cot bin. e o T CJeddr. Oral.I. Lid ...a a*4 • • ISl HOUSE llome.Uad '. Uppt Road, lh,mi and Dinm* room*. 1 ban %  HOUatl Brand nra. ample1 bedroom TRVCKS Two Fordlm Thamr. Won Truck, in rood working order Dane gadR* •.000 MlM*. Tor Urtk^-i' **'> living room, •pan verandah, hilcn*^ ulil-kr room t*ara*W. laundry. I uninl roam* and atorag* toooa under vin .tlraclivhl0.ida ute. Roc*-* Hj-l A Baitin CO. Lid. Dial %  mbJic ara h*irb> a.rrd aa-ar.-i rrrtit to my lf MMMIi nr. ; --. ...III a> t do not hnl.1 REAL ESTATE JOHN M. ULADON y c*. A r s.. r.r.A, O>II-I:IIII :v>li*TIN(;. U.WATH AVAH.ABLt:. FOR SALE Two VAOXMALL 1 F.IX>X MODEL CA i m xal* and -rr J'nwara. .,-...! a SOU PARXIL. Dalmoial Ga>. Ha*Un*. Mandlnf M B.i •-"• •" ' **• TWa hum nmialm lour t*Trm"i" %  S.ISS* ..." ... •-;• %  %  Ihro-lhwut. -arvariU roum. and <*£" %  %  TiMMCWn B> pt>olntmarl. prionr TIT1 TM •-•• wlU b Mt u lor "I .1 public roinprtrtMm %  %  •*" i J r i: o., lha S1 d.y M Mairh at i" OftV .'.!iw t. ftFAIV a. inaH COM i Tnal Tha RKNOWN MHIRT a> GiAjtaSt I naiirii MFNT MAXUrAcTmiSO COMFAT L^rT^ToT* lx vrr • <"'' dulr.nr..p..T..t.-l n.a Colonv of Trlr.idad AT**a. iT. n- .^Tlw. Oa..n..t M.n.f^u..,.. -I—. t,wda or *• %  * %  i-.urd ("> tha ii.tn>iion I Hacitar %  .,,.. and i ^obtb froihr lm -.j.1 Man* %  -.II..ir-on -"all m w* !,!•* aivr r-.t-rr L. di.plR-X* •• rr* nit. Tba if-d> maik ran ba %  *• . Ttkl-MM %  > %  rURNaSHEn FIAT—wit'. Lanan Oood Saa-bwUtu i oarnculara. Apt! • Coral Banda Wotimnc. fMSM i • MAWUH. J*U-. Two Madroaov' Diaink h.Kxn. Dntwlnd ilanm and yaxiai TAKE NOTICE LUMINAL ., wMllttOPITEAKKS INC. iOt.ition or**iH'ad and ..i.lin in %  i. St,t. Dala.ara. Unilad r. ol Amcrtca. %  Um.lXtufara. J-no ar %  HI buainaaa addiaaa i law Broad M Votk. Naw Vork. VIA. NaM.-larn flat on BKi. Watrr* T. at* npacldui cnpooard. mod-ntchan and plumbim. 'unnlnc *a' n all badtooma naa. to Kovkla* Baa3 KI.RCTKICAL k> inada by 11'i.r-v L-ivat %  . A Co LM HMTTBY UTTB Anothar ( al arrlvad. Tn paimiar %  A :i">Hal q ii.ti'v I* C t A. C LTD D\ I -IMISI. IMH -I %  % %  %  I i.iiniiu' In"" rrl>i ., ,. .. in., at ll.lv*. rat Mas %  rt.. Din.n* T-bla. **1 MaIlraaaMB T-bl M Birch DILIDI Oiait. us p* Ciaat or Diawara MS Raay_f.-haif.BBJ 4 ."r i Cadai LIVESTOCK MECHANICAL AI'CTION CABB Kard Sjpri n.Kl.1. Fufil llupar %  __ %  1"' j I %  ''' "w ara m.tiuciad b • laavii.a tha i.land. •htcln 'a* .aW > '• %  raia on da Lu.' 1M „ Lu station Na>tv—A*rd haad tha ownrr. who t„ .,., BMN iiKtlan -t Mac rtda> IW JOHN M BLADOS CO. n Thundii' %  ,!..; MJ I I Bi inatructwin* Iron, in* Co. I *Hl • by aurlior ,w%t m* Mirrh H I P !" Oaraa il> Naw Morrt. O %  S" ,, *V I Cl.tj.lrr in i-'f".Dodia Pickup, ai-d Hi "___*_ %  % ,*rf All IhaboA-a ran ua inrprcird tha abova Malaga. Tern* "*•__ IIAW'V A BCOTT. Auou NI II 3 M n UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER III' KND MVDIIAUIU" HOWS UmKad (' .ivuil.iblr. .aeur* i (VH'HTr.SY HMIAI.1. Dla) MISCKLLANr.OUS 'HAItTS ol Barbaddd. I India., fiuadrUnipa. to A Co Dial 39*1. j iill*l-* '">ni ... ,,p. TraUmanU Itr. Rtt IW-*. A Tal CardBlbla Ho..-r. '-llrrl 14 1 U fin i OttM-a. '-i" turda i "U:si %  1 .i A nil i Kr.ll „k St,. '< • . .,, %  iiiKI \ ., milt %  < ran fir 4031 %  W.I III*, nit ir 1 M • I .... T 1 %  N I Qi Cti %  i 0 built Mnnr houar near leadina TiWi-d varandahi. dinin %  %  %  bi.lldlna ii HI i...I, ., .. .. i. ,....! l—.ft. IIAIIUA %  %  Qdddaa Qranl. Ltd piaa .• nhuiu *J IMPIM k Mtrirt Ih .1 .MHk 9) 1 JB i.Y c.*n Tr-i J. Ij, Guava JnUy H POfd. Boas tuck Btraat Dial MM 3* 3 S*-n II-..II Ml HI i: %  ndW ..,, ..... i i m w.iii tbth'lnniliiw %  %  a t Ironl and "H. t rwctoaart fj llama. I %  %  .ul dining lODRi '4rtM—n*. kltclian and 4 i • HBI ftfl". ih Ava B|i*%  ti liv and wall %  ..(., i ,'tof IXUf) aq MAKfl U'KI.l IUEDUK it Nalura ( i. Uaralioii. Kidnr, i.nd R nfUIrr l.-ai md Riuggl-h Lhn Prlr* 1/no*. iibl.nt.alilr al KMliMT-l.TII wluilr., (Tool It iMila and UtMdard niodal-. pr^all., Ak-. Can — Cnll-. I i ll,.h. WIIPW. Huto-cioa. Btir-i %  t..n. ISrr%  l'i %  aabrri SB %  IH tongva, T*.. Baga, Val\* Hubb'-t flM Hall Ngfa, l_Mga Sboaa. HaU. Tannu Harkat rramrCfWtPf* BBOi Tt..lv H.tl..g A Wirkrl kfaau.g aiavgg, r wflf l l UiiUr A lnnr, 1. r-otdbwll BfoU < Laea. .. WI—IMI —aILilrhlnao.. .1 i-nt Hill %  aflWId and Pi..tr-1 Wara. Ci 4 0H II. (llaaar. ) .naar BBdBM. Zapll %  r %  I %  % %  Vary NN & i pnatt Draw Ingi Houm t'ura* t'abinal. Upruihl Chaim; a. Mm.' i i li.il'Mui and othar tela 1130 o clock Tii HRANKKR. TROTHAN Aurtlunrrnt W L*-itlr>'< iiaaA Apvi a w -ii M>ii "' .at pn-parauon. for u In madk-iray and pharmacy, and wilt ba ant I Had u. rt tar Hi' % %  ma after oral monin from JOth day ql March IflH unlaaa -on— %  Uono'VVhrlhylrtraUon. Tt-a tradr marlt rtr-W—1 -prUratmn Datad ihu 13th day ml ft It r gift r my oAVa IU.LAJ-* %  ida M-k I01B-1". wv.Min TAKE NOTICE CHAMPION %  n. .-. a M-wi . Mto or U A in nap*> uarklna ,it ( uid" ar.ii*d | ..... , H. HAMMOND COMPANY, a corporation orga i P ...j;.\nTr^_^ i &&£*££*& fn-ft. 1-wB-r-al. IJ __ %  -** l,r _ etM praaarvad | l*r irh. I...*, mm I •naaafrom. _' and aau. aggMa % %  • rd bii — i %  .Ml. pauJiry. W*i. i IH ,i I yradiKt*. aa#aei_|i. III .. —i-.-i| .' %  %  --i % % %  i.—i. nd rondlrna-iU. vlnagkir. AgB. dataa. raiuna. cod la, dog faada. anna inawl. .>"d %  ) % % %  ••.-!! -:. M -' 1 •-'• I' U Mf M "' '' utf WJa i wa oap .... li R poiM ID| ind -anrt"-,ii*Tly arUBctal fartll: plr I That VAN DEN BBRGHB iKXPOflT IMrTTJl %  Brltnn Company, who•mar m bmlnaaa addrr-a M (RMMrt llo-iaa. Blackinara. London Cf • F. gi-nd Man-hanU. ha. appliad lor BM u f a trada mark in Part -A nl BaatMrr KI raapacl of maat. R.i> pnurtr> and Bam*: maat axtracU. p%  arvad. dr-ad -nd xakM Irulla. ragatabkx jalhra. Jama. asm. mil* BM other dairy prod.-ru. adlt-faoil* BM lati. prr—-fvra. pick'*coRar. U.' cocoa, mgar. rtcr. t-pi.ic. aago. roll' %  ubatitutri. BOUT and praparalloni mafi Iron, caraart. braad. !*.,.• mlkra. paat*and ccmiactionary, ic*. horav. traaclc. vaajl. baking powdr. -...!. pa-pat vlnatrar. afiuc*•, and will ba antitlad to rag. trr tha aama after one month I ISth day ol March. ItM i.. rrural it. ..i and born ahavinaa. Charmcala. aaparlally a—pat and Mid.i : imliri faad>. lot aj> bara, aaap BA**>. liquid aoap 11 %  > %  prrparallana. and datargar.'-. nd ingfrdlanU lharaet. inclwdug hnttl wOod aahaa. manma .al'-. aulpburw arid. ilphai*. ikitaah. agrlruKural Ilmaalona. *>oir, mi.r.aia !" ——i %  ilpfiala and pala.akim nitratr In -renew.-, and lundKHira. partlc^.irl. arwfnala i.cotlKa >..innate, and paradlrhlon*a>^ma. Ii.n.tn.l MM ." r.Mnal raaaaaa and rneanbraoaa. Olura and adhaaiva-. includina" animal, bone of ammonia, amananlum phuaphaca tulphata. -Ipm-r %  • ,tr. cppailaad. ralelum r-rtillier aaa-adar* -oil teitlnr l'-n and rantnlna*.. am' will be entitled to ragi.iai tnr i&ir attar o Mint. 1MB. unlaaa tarn* l imn ahaII In tnr ml In n.r at my oAVa of oppoaiilon of such regltli %  ran on application at my orBcc 1 Dated thl* IMh dav of March. It"l animal gtand. rnd NM> gnir-*. and vaaatablhatrhart aviuiprnanl. bab> chick MM aftrr one month from the lath day or i bn V.ll I.UMS nf Trada Mark. MlM— (hall i the K.M m %  HELP TAKE NOTICE BETAXIN That WWTHPOP-yrEArlNS INC %  ecaporalion organlMd and nlMUV Mai ihr 1MB of th"la'a •<_*_" \'. orncr "i^fcJSa .i TAKE NOTICE MEJ0RAL l\* iv i ii D %  %  %  I '" r llflrala t .IT;-.H *>** to Mat*. II...: I ' .. A.thln 14 l r 2P_ : .I || .„ claii. • I mad* in iriprcl i 4th dav of Mawch IM3 II WILLIAM* Reghlrar of Trade MarkTAKE NOTICE CASTDRIA ui rmu.iNr. PKODUCTS INTEB \-ATln\M. INCOKPOIIATTJ1 po.attor, orgainlred -nd B BM BMff MMta Ihr Uwi ol the Sutr of Delaware. U 3 A mf-cturer-. whoaa tradi TAKE NOTICE HAMMONDS ROSEBUD That O H. HAMMOND COMPANY, a roipdratlon orBaturrd .nd rxl-tind und %  tha law* "I the S4aV ol Illinola, United Stale* of America. Manufacturer*, whu tradr or bualnr** addrraa > %  Union Stock Yard*. City of Chicago. State of Illm. USA, haa .ipolled for the rppletration M trade mark in Part. "A" of Ba*!t" n ri-|,-,i of rood producU and aubatimeeo .<-ed aa Inayodlanu in food*, a-prrk.il.' i>,ir*ltig houar producU. mcludlnj Heal., prepared, cuakert. tailed, dried, core I %  .wad. Iroten. and canned meat and mr.it product.. nd rabbin, and food product, dan. •i reae. chile con rnrr*.lani. horten*ni %  Inc. -te craorn. but-er. i. .1-. i addraaa la 1M Altnr Btree*. Newark New Jeraey. USA. ha. aptiiied lot the regrutratlon M a trad* mar* IB Par of Hrgi.ter in iwapart of prepare for the uM In medicine and phai y. and will a* entitled lo tegi-Lthe aame after one monih from the Mil pay of March laM unle** aoma pen-. aha II In Ihe meantime ivr notice B! duplicate to ma at mv ofArn ol oppro' Hun ol tueh reRhrtratlon The trad* mart .ii be arm on application al m> ortlec Dated thl. IMh day ol M.m-b IW II WIl.UAM*. nrglWmr of T !" lr Ma.kM 3 M in oral. pork. lamb, mutton, veal, poultry, fi-h Iherafrom. Muaair and -uuir meat. erg*, r edible oil. edible lallow. inargartnr. ok* milk, gelatin, canned vadrUblea. canned baby looda. canned fruiu. dried lr-.. picktoa and condlmont-. vinasar. jam* jelllaa. marmalada. pie filler, rtce. m* i:dataa. ralaln*. cod liver oil. all. .lock (red*, poullr. (red'. 1< feed*, dog feed*, none moo), and ov.ter ahrlla; Boapa and InRredlenU of .oap*. 'ncikidin* *oap bara. *oop flakea. liquid ao. end powlrted toap. cVronatnf. polMhlng. and arouring preparatiorva. and det.-cn • FettiUier*. partlcuIaTly artlBclal lertllUrr* and ingredient, thereof, uicludii : ci.emM-aM. bow* meal, peat rnoaa. animal urea, hard -rood aahaa manure aati.. i.il horn tli..mig.. Charnicala. eapecUIIy .uprrphoaMiatr. aulphurK acid, phoanhatr rook, an I >nd aoda prodncU. nitrate of aoda. aulphatr of atnmonU. ammonium phoaptun cyartamid. aluminum aulphale. rlne .ulphair manranoae -nlphalr. rulpbale nl potaeh. agrn uliural llmratun*. gypaum. muriate? ol potaah. cak-lum nitrate, com' %  ulpbatr. and potaaatum nitrate Inaectlrldr* and funglrldet. particularly ararnate of lead, calcium %  raona'.'. nicotine tulphatr and paradk-hlomi." Induatrlal oil* -nd arraara. and inedible tallow Hide* and aklna. hair, feather., wool. bone*, horn*, hoof, animul (lain animal rating* and mrrnbrartc*: and adhmvwa. inctudmC rntmnt. bone and hide glue ..nd vegetal"..'lli.-.lvet. Pealltlrer aprradrrt. aall Vfllng kit* *>aga and rnnlmnar*. .nd will be rnlltled to rci-trr Ihe va-i. Iirch. Ur-I unlea* pome pawi i me at itv OBV* of oppu.ita... ol ... *eh on application at my ofllcr Dated thi. lath d*v of Miidi. I*W %  i-gl.lt..ii" TAKE NOTICE ... i ii. ROM I .,i in.. prwaaj niadiiine mm phanr nBilled lo reKiat.r thmonth from the 3Wh da unleu torn* pcnon afMUI rive notlciillloo of • "A" of Rrg.tter for uw in ,..,d %  rial ba PM .ft.-> rol March 1M1 ii tinmeanMiir i. %  NOTICE ii" I MltlRT i Ilk" I la, imi io MMB. t'Wi IIUI. IMTn in I0UO nii-I 11 H" In Hap" ird M.irt_^_^_B %  %  own %  Ml I Ri-nrtxvoo. Hll I . %  %  living ra %  i ONK Scott B IIUI OH The tun ilne.l motor oil i-edol, al all leading Garagaa and k*tvice .ii.iiona. Your vehicle deeerv.i Ihr b*M. %  TtOQI. "Pound wbrrewer tine gaj| .aval" II I S3 I I n "•l-A-tTU' AI'IHINBImported in llrau ilul llovveicd ilralgn. Half 11 II and •Mil gl HI ra.h at Klrpalanl. U Swan kraaj ' KIMItPJI.ISHEKS mia Ciiiiilaay Garage 1 53 on RUBBCB MATTING U inch** wide arquer tm facer. PaintThinner pai* I'luad BM FORT ROYAL GARAOK. LTD.. Telephone* 3M1 or M9. !• 3 51-4 TAKE NOTICE ARALEN B .1 iiitiilM-RODUCTS W*T 1 aaaaaufw— % %  |i II iiu.li.i~.. nrtdrraa i> 14*1 BI-WI I • ^'" Vor "' halchary ariiilpinrnt. baby chick*. after on* month from n.e Jotii <) %  thirmunlltna give notice In Uupl M'gi*tratiun The trade I'.iik ea Mil I I AM' Kt Tr.de Mark* %  MJI .". Cll I'11 S SHUPPING NOT1CE& %  TRAI.IA. NBW Nl LIMITED. . %  BM. %  Pan "A" M Reerlrlei %  bout April Ilnd and Barbad. about 1 The M V MOhTRKA will arcept *p.il liUl In addition to M.neial car*.. -1 ha. BT.ipli .para for chilled and haul 1 and M Kill* Date of Bai u 1 Fildai l|*t March 1M9 f arg'i accepted on through Bill* ol >ut al Trinidad to TlM V DAFJIWOOU WIU Brltlah Guiana. LraWanl and Windkard latandi. fl l'i.Miiu:..i aal. lu.St Vincent [ft ruBNiaa -mn A < •• LTD.. TBINUIAU. |( B.W.I BCIIOONIR OWNF-RB* Mai |j ASBUt IATIU.N IINCl DACOHTA A CO.. LTB 1 Caiuicne* Tele. No. M1 BABBAUUB. 11 H 1 ^RB Mooa, SisuunAhip CoQnn. NEW ORLFANR RERVICK TVHlll-)cl tyreg a lube*. M It -.a Mux. Dunlop RoadBter. H If .uia Super, LAURIE DASH* Co.. Tudd Phone MB I II.IR1 %  T.NNKD MKATS S* i a— u i.i I RENTALS \' t*\i nvr i i DM B H IBB I n ir Iuai\i>> • i F:\I.MIII nmr -i .in i I. i. I i i i I. MM I..II..M I HI..in. til -itlabrd flat ATTBA4 IIVI Ii KMN I Ii i UIM PI ITI ...i -i Piionr4M0 PUnlarifins Ruildlni? MATERIAL A F.XPANH.. Elect rod*, bra** and .teel ffbipandlitK metii liom '" to .Enquire Auto Tyre Compan> lalalgar A Spry Street* Phane MJM LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The npplicallon of Jam*. DatM, BbOl ... Mill si Jamaa. ft ...1 SI.I.L Ma.l LlQuor I H gad g_i . u-i.hop wll \ ei TetuMitr Mrfhaal ich. IMS \ MrLatOD. Eaq .'. % %  Dirt i .I)..| A V i.'l %  II. M ITal leV. -t 11 -.loci.. ,r 3 M-ii I'oiu % %  M gRR i'. %  ..-. MM H TAKE NOTICE CAFEN0L %  nir -.YDNSV K. RRdj America i i. eta U l?| RlMBtt N r-rt "A" "l lUafpatM g I •nd ahannaci. and • ill t"' ..f Mai. I. IfdJ M.lll~l ho* l-lr or Ini Ml Newark A van I %  %  ii New Jcrai'i nrfliatrai t TORR RrRVICC ?P1h March. IBS? TAKE NOTICE PARLIAMENT Th^il BENSON k .. u-n' .iraolJr.1 uBBM "— IB • %  ' L'nlted Kiiig-kim ol Irrrnt Noithein br-aiid TR*M8 Ir.i I. .liurc— I13. Old Bond Slreel Londo. VI I England ha< applied lor the tagli (ration of a trad* mark In P i*|i>t>i in rnpact %  << •'*' II and tobacco, and I cgiiter Ih* Mm* alter m month Iroi hr Itlh day of March, lei* ueraon ahall in the BMW IBB I i dupllcata la m* at nn offWr ol .>ppo.i .ion ol *ufh iegi.1 an be ten. on appltfatkv Dated Ihlt IM Hrgli LIOLOR LICENSE NOTICE Tho appuealion of Eudinr Thon.r. khopkenw of Magarlh-I*n. •*! ( Liqwr Llcciaaa No, TM n t |fM grant, o her In irapart ••! a ahop ..it-rlud iM Plnlold Streat. Cll>. lor prnnmion .said Liquor Licmae Bo, ai March I4lh March Mil. April I3lh % %  !..: Il Mj April Tlh April S3rd II ae I'.M.J .. April th For Bt, La P rU. April 13rd For . 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ESTABLISHED 1895 Big Future Foreseen For Combermere Will Be Centre Of Technical Training REFERRING to on of the main points in the HeedI Report at Combermere School Speech Day yesterday — Technical Education His Lordship Bishop Mandeville told a large gathering of parents, well-wishers and school boys that the consideration of technical education by the Government was one of the most important things Government had undertaken in recent veon.. The He.idnia-ter (Major C Noott) foresees, with Government's help, a well established technical branch of education at Combermere School and sees the day when Comberrm te will mm out. besides academicallv and comply tunned youngsters, abo some skilled in engines and other crafts. ... I n h,s add a after the presentation of the prim His Lordship the Bishop said that from its inception Combermere had conmtiuicd a erea. service to the community and he prophesied that il would continue to do so No /\puth\ The Lord Bishop bep^n by recounting • story of .1 new hradTlirRSDAY. ..1AI; PUlCltfTivE CENTS l shortsighted policy as they may have done and thought it unfafr or unreasonable to nllow four members of their staff to be away at the same time, what is now being accomplished would not have been accomplished. I in perfectly sonHI my own mind that there are two things which are vital in any school and M.Ps. Demand Further C'wealth Finance Talks (Knini lint Own Corrrspondcnt) LONDON. March Ul A NUMBBB I 1 inn down .1 raoUor calling on Gowmniani Conunonwesltl Finance Conteranoc This follows recenf Opposition criticism of the drastic 0U1 01 IDI| • M by the Alls n ali. 111 Government. Mr. Will Nallv. \t 1'. So.ictaiv o! the Parliamental v Labour ConunonweaJtli Qroup. told me. to-dsy that thi motion which siaiuls in hi. • line his wtdl Labour \1 Is maiternf I < I am almo.1 ashamwl ponllrv won 10 iinmiiii a del to nay becausa it seem! In hi %  Duly. After a few weeks this 'truism is to have %  named headmaster appointed 11 eomparaWaff. One cannot make bricks lively Junior member la the k* Uvithout straw, but those who are ASSSSFtS '•>"" %  '" "take the bricks must I think you have been very un know what is the craft *' fair because I have bad twenK S o il was wise to get the prim£! '?eSiS ."*. I." havc 'a'.v requisite. let men who knew ^n!?kSS n!d lh ,5.%.. .• craft and they would be The'headmaster said. 'My tnend I abundantly repaid. The idea of < %  made ^mistake, you „.,„„„, „J, Kmr ol ,„, „,. w „ good and he hoped they would T'dad Leg. G>. Will Criticise G. H. Adams OIIX .f.iv-. from Ilia Lordship prlae nxmho9 officiant scout dm nut 10&O Combermere. The ptaaen' tion was made at the -aid p. %  % %  giving d.iv at licrnn-rc yesterday. have not had twenty M perience. but one year' enro twenty Umi " %  -• %  Ol us who have been watching Combermere school and know something of it.' work for many years he said, "knows thai this was a cham which could not | The setond qiinx he considered .^"S-J* W&JPJSK&LfS essential jn the life of a school was the realisation by the staff come back knowing the craft they had undertaken No Civil Servant that ever be U ord or himself word this school. If th.it could he said, there would be a sense of stunted life and apathy, but this school so far as I know has never showed oiiv such histon whataomi The foundation stone of the school, which was known ns the cntral School, was latdbv Lard Combermere. There were certain rcn.iiirements. Among these were DM educating of two bovs from everv ttarlsh In the island by the Vestries. Character Of Service The Bishop briefly outlined ihe S hasci the xhoul passed through %  om its inception in the 1880's and said that the school had maintained and developed character of %  acvloa, It mu n.ressary. at this stage, for him to pav a tribute to the Governing "^ bodies of the school so far as their m "cho.ee of headmasters of extreme ability was concerned. He had known several and ihey had been men of some note who had given a valuable contribution not only to the school, but to the island. of a sense of vocation. A body of Bishops in 1929 put forth what Ihey considered certain require* merits for any schoolHe said would not weary them by quoting all the requirements put forward by them, but he wanted to emphasise one which to hU most important. That 10 school master could the full sense of (he should ever consider the true sense of the Civil Servant. To th I-ORT-OF-SPAIN, Msrch IV Hon. Mitra Suvman, Deputy Speaker, will move a molion nt Friday's Legislative Council rflOStfng criticising Gmntlov Adorns for a speech in the IkirbadoHnuse of Assembly lust week on the appointment of a British West Indian Trade Commissioner m London. Mr. Adams urged Ihe wlfhlrav.nl of Barbados Government'* financial support from the Regional Economic Committee if a political appointment were made. Sinanan s motion will ask tho. Legislature to agree that it views 'th profound concern and regret the recent speech delivered in the Barbados Legislature by Mr Adams, with regard to Ihe quesUOn of %  West Indian Trade Commissioner appointment and is of the opinion that it constitutes on unwarranted attack on West In-1 bad not bi tli.ui politicians and Is mkulatci to mflict grave and irreparable harm to the cause of West Indian political unity and fcdcrnlion. last, even if he were headmaster of a Government school, hi owed a sense of responsibility ti the parents. And so he thought in Combermere there never could have been the result* which th. y had Seen in the past and concerning which every citizen could be proud, if there were not head,nri staffs who lived Governor Arundel. Goes To U.K. I taken." The Governor rammMaed M service of the Grenada r-bllcr nnthigent and addled Hint tin B.G. Needs A I torsi a i Institution British Guiana has two ipogovod schools, one for boys mi the other for girls, but thenis ,i crying need for n borstal lnftllUUon, Mr D. E. McD.ivld. Chief Probation Ofucatr and u nember of the British Guiana lelegatlon now attending the %  SOW W.'lfi.rr Tulll-i at HastinK' House mid the A1ircatt yfsteri 4 • GltENAUA. March 19 Governor Anmrtell icuinied t" Ihe colon) yesterday and l.-vlnc tomorrow via Trinidad fW Utag land, will he nbeem for about ttonm. In J statamant to the 1'iesia to,i T;ieie kVttra no dts irfng ihe St. Luela sura' strike, but this docs mil n.f.n tit' there would not have !'•• % %  ***• %  orders if adequatr* pr*^ aut^uakj %, A^illr* 1 P ;iie toflblema fit *e >ncrrnrd with re%  tlon oi probation that there said that in Hritish Guinnn. obation system is und*r Ihe >1 of the Social Welfare r There Is n Chief Probn.< D nill.c. and five full-time jfheers whose sci vie,, relics to ami extent on voluntary alfort nv i* abotat to act up l*i*Ol.ation ('"mmittaii under Hie hip of Ihe Chief Justice. |*hi will be n aUlutory twdy unlei the new Probation <>f Often'Ki' tjflinanrr which is in be -nThf motion is expected to P rrsen ea of H.M.S. SnarrM* ,i t.dmlnn effeet. By yesterday the tension him eased altogether The Ixingshonmen-Satppen Arbitration TriKtiii.il ended hearings today and report is expertrd diirinn 'In %  k-enil. the support of the Government and opposition sides t the House. .„ in the life of the school than thought themselves Civil Servants He said that as soon M there had been any advance elsewhere. 10 n W I to the island. [!* £*£ rSaJ^k^^ And these headmasters had l*en irK^'"'* ,S "A,, cofos. 1 h Stafl the a-'^^" IVmem whTh Z I by been able to secure. Certain names will go down In this Island as men ol great public spirit and among those would be. UOM WttOM great logjeem had been the training of children, who had been committed to their care. Therefore it could be fairly said they were a great buttress to the growth* of the school. Growth was not necessarily evidence of health. What might appear lo be growth might not be growth or growth might be malignant. Therefore there was need for ordered growth and he would maintain that Combermere had shown, not only normal growth, but growth along certain lines which jtlltillad them In saying that the growth had been ordered g'owth lrm the very beginning of its foundation. And so he *e upon the grounds of the ori school and emphasise the Ideals hc of that movement and the ideals i fighting began 21 hich Inspired the movement from the beginning. The Bishop then referred tGibert Nurse, an employee of \|. i K Jason Jone* *('<>. Ltd.. -ollided at the Junction of Hiiieks and J'nnce Alfred Streets at 10.20 a.m. yesterday. The luii-y. Iiiaded with live tons of sugar, got Its bumper bent while the loft fmnt door at the m-.tor car was dented. The lorry was coming up llincks Street while the motor car had entered Hlnek* Street from Prince Alfred's Street. Mr. G. K Mo %  • I niiKlad's Prohut ion Officer said that probation > %  tineoionj aroi dovol. plat K';"!"1 "* They liad all Ihn courts of the Island covered hy HI h %  hill tune probation %  d MMM from that, they n Coonpotoni Authority for the CflfTUOfUttBl of children in orphanafM ond liuhu-tnat schools Pnncip-il pTubation Office i Uon taken ilth i, .v. i inv 'i as a r-wult of Junuary finance i.n> I criniin.it n" .i iKtnwealin iconemli % %  Concern %  bout the Off port cuts within Iho Conunonwenlth is >h i li u Severe I Conservative Ml' gro of Ihe opinion that whlll be an orraUeoJ | % in reeonvene the Coninicinwc.iHIi confa one*, some poolUvo tcti Ul.iken to 1'icv .i %  I %  .. %  Aliienilii-.ent Headed hv Mi ChrifttOphOI Hoihs M.I' th*) it iva pul down [an amendnieni lo the s imotlon which excludes all icleience> to import natlieUoi i Implied inii.iMM' of wealth Goveriunenis) >ti ...IK i (iovernmenl "to %  • ovorj Inftel i mi to |ironiote free i-XchuiiKe Of K' % % % %  n atlO— ol UaO lorim. pCfl %  ii'le.' It also VII'KCK Government to build up sterling area reserves "to Mteh u Bgjuro i necoasary l*io Introduction ol %  •%  .tn.'m M,e;.iuies to %  rphoaneinl rtuetn .( t*oiiiinonw.Mltli 'i ..!• l.oU. Mr. Nally anil Mi Ihlh told me today that tl paity dlAaranea ovw Iho brood Issue of Commonwealth trade. itoth gidog aron tvorythlnt should bo done to r.romote a free an egoods !)• tween Conn iwcilOi ooimtnes as the present silualion pa-i nutted. i liunurr Fore<*en The daiiKer il ftfOOMtl bOW* ev.i Hi || || % %  %  mi,.lenient by certom COfluni nweatlh counHowiM to oonUmio "i tWo IP .i ihe ro ou ll ntlghl I pl'-to breakdown of interC< minonwooltb Irado In Mr. Hollis' vlO*N (M h> prrwiit poUcli i %  open to i iticr.iii %  %  ti. it the decision i.. rnajti %  r.iu II %  %  • rnonl u i oonfUcta with in-lOOtaVfd ami of developing thu Sjrorts Windoic MMn Dano and empire Btast this afternoon at Ken in %  First Dlvi-ion Oxtiir* Thaae teams are at present level on p.nut*, at tli hiad of Hi*) Plml Division Un*-np. each hivliiR M-ori-d ala poiiitH in four |B0sH pl.ay>'d KM While Empire have won tars* stralsht game> aa4 oae, Notre Dame have not yet bean defeated this season, having won two and drawn thi' other two of their torn CUttWM It will be uiterssUng to aae •aliether Notre Dame Will con tn.g| their unbeaten run or whether Empire will in their torn •ub1lh a definite lead in tin %  competition Reds Accept Changed Plan PANMUNJOM. M 1 gptaatori on luii ind Ulei last 10 munis' but .irtu. Ol last] nlnattn then ...i the problems %  ould 1Ith only the mator deadlock* .• %  .'. ,f i: %  . %  iinhm l i. %  •neutrnl iuitl nut > . ,.. , .. .— lb M • lOisapactor of orrtanCo !" "" iiid observed that ii had made menti (f I I |. :. g LORRY OVERTURNS The motor lorry G IM owned by Mr. T. I'.. Oorbltof Haynards, St. Patar, and driven by Michael Harvey of A-i.-.i :. Hall Tenantry. St. Peter, ran off the road at Ashion Hall Road yesterday and overturned, bringing down telephone pole. The lorry wa badly damaged, but nobody vii injured. 100 VVIIIIS III* ISION U.K. Budget May Endanger U.S. Trade (By imtui.D (iUAKD) LONDON, March 19. LIIANCKLLOR of the Exchequer R A. Butler's Budget was UescTlbeil by his associate, as u move towards formmtf the sterling urea and Western Eurtipe into one olg ecunon lie unit which would jeopardiztUmUxl States trainwith DWI one billion customers in world markets including L-atin America. High sources close to the Chancel lor said he plans ha set the British Isles and then the sterling area towards "economic constancy which w uld make tnem independ? ent of American buying and selling." They said: "It is n l.n.n lal harter for a fre*h uttemi>i to establish Commonwealth and econmle .-laaoclatos aa a force U inch W-J,"tn Kur<<|>may in lue me be drawn." They aaid the BudfJBti luse-t mainly on umvinoiKg made at the Oommonweatth Hiance Ministers* meeting last inuary aimed at "intense develptBtan of the sterling area and he revival of Empire preference." Sterling Area Members contain At MDla well-built •port* yesterday. It K A. 0-lnM.roe breasts the tape to wi H. Lewis, estiem* left came second i the 100 yard* Dl* 1 event at Oorabennerc world'* people and area of sterling .jii'v and industrial choola. ThoM* tchoola he said are run by ltonnli •M I Roman Ctithoiic CAurchei ( hutch of KiialaiKl. rfo -..ill thnt ". of th* ettll* • in -II in Trinidad who am url were illegitimate %  i rofon It oppsorcd at ir thev have to tackle them us one tiindarnontsJ nroblema of the country Mi K < %  Monlgomerv Chief Probation OfTUei i I .1 lB>a %  liM that beside Mini -li. there were I .,,,. Probation Officer* including four women OffaOO M hu cOVOrod i atlrc iilaixl Thev had branch otll'-e at Montegu It" Spanish Town and POTl Man-He said that they had i-ecenllv „t mi a Juvonllo Authority Mr Kodgrrs who is also atlemlIng the Conferenee here as ExOOUflVO S.-eri'tary. Mr. Haugnton. Director of Education as Chairman and he as Vlce^halrrnan. I !,, v look cure of nil -pproved M ,nd home* nnd board,ng "ot nnd dealt with %  hlldren „ii prol-ation. The largest I „f IhOtt v,ork in prob.... amongst adults as Uwrr I were ill-nit thiee times as many '-.dull-; le (here were Juveniles Hand Lt'-udt'r I M Arnold Meanwell. local Band leader and violinist, died sudde-nly at his home at Top Rock. Christ Church, at about 10.1 p.m. on Tuesday. Tho body wa later removed to Burton's Funeral Parlour. A post m orient examinatlo was performr-d yesterday by Di A. S. Cato "POTICKBEING SALVAGED Snlvafcing operations huve begun Of) lh French Yawl I'stlrk | .II the inner hasifl 0 the Careenage four years ago. Mr. Ilrnton Sayerx is super via. OB The engineers ori working from the platform of thi.overnmenl dredger. Crowd he oroos l*rth o to look on national Set ondly if Import restrictions %  K t %  ... latlng %  imtiacl : ithout first discussing Iho ith mcmlaert. who utigbt from ouch Ho IUovi II li imw laa [Of the leeonvenint' Of 'I I "' m-.iiAealth e.-.Tii-ma COJlfep In view of the time needed t.. roogo i full c mn oowealth i %  i" it was not a prftCUCal posaoy to Inotot on such %  mo I %  at an early dale ity duing m Mr. Nallv .ml fill tlOOgUOg wi>ie nauring that nothing would ladone. Il wo,ihl aildei) I "1 up some form of permanent machinery to co-ordinate ComUionwr.ilth ii'iniiiiii. (lolnv along •Ki '-cil lines Si'outH Bxptotod To-morrow 11aching Haibados from Jamaica state thai Boi IL contiDaflent of scouts who ttoodod the COJ Ibbson Joniba .I..IIL.,I. ., uili now bo .utiving lO-mOITOW evening .it 4.30 u'clock. Xhli now* wu roostvod u I %  II It > I. West Indian Al I ' %  •' %  It was t xpected lhal Ihe eontingent would i rtvo lo-dnv SCHOOL EVICTED Tha HUMK, Mnreh 19 I. too bora ana ,,f mn of Itonie oM11. | an I XpuKlinl inler h> ehool building Cupraiiu a, i 1 t iratl the exifler bo BUSO the school Mid .itiv rent for the 1050. Ilarhadians Are Happy At U.C.W.I. MR. PHILIP M SHERLOCK. Vice-Pttniiiial of the University College of the West Indies, who m %  badoa to it'i.rview applieart" for admission to the I'mvprsitv in October, tolrl the Advocate yesterday thai there are 30 Barbadians al the University who life there i'* stimu1.nl irii' r. i .n fc a which the undergrarlu \b ind work he said that their ilrst mil of reiden.e r.illed Irvine I Sir June-! Irvine, the Vice-Chancellor of Sf. Andrews : now fully in use It has four each Tie with 40 bed rt\>, so that the hull has icfommodation for 10U nMrierThere is g tnall lounge. I pit isont .lining hail with it* hU-h tnhle RoHftonsibitity Mine BM mure we arc throwing lespuiulbUily on lo Uiv under* ftiaUuaies who live in U>e ludi' no said and added: They have a II..1. COsTUttttOO ileitad by all th,. undergraduates in residence in iho Hall and Ibis comrniltee has a good deal of rasponiibiUly. We ire specially pl o a ae d at the way In which the women share in thla work. "The under graduate a work as I a body and matters like race and sex simply do not cotne into acount. The things that inaiter or* u illative, leadership and ofB. II M"r. ,.nd this is one reaatm why h, insistence on roOtOanTaTa] g fuUv iustined" Two New Halls He said that by October, two lew Halls of Reaidenco will be dy and by October 195S, they .hould havo accommodation fnr ibout SOO undergraduates. "The* undergraduate body as %  ..-hole, riina Us business through a it i 04 I'ndergraduates, with Ml i-viteni ,md its managing tornnlttee. This yoar's Prcsideiit of DO Guild uf Undergraduates is ,lr chvo Charles, n fourth year ned.cal student from St. Lucia In addition, ihere are the u'Ual oeleties found In most unlversiics such as the natur.il history wiely. hlstury ioclety, camera lub etc. The Literary and De>atlng Society ii very oeth) < ro i Caribbean Society which rneeta lo study and discus* C gfib00 affairs. In all this development ol the residential life of the Un Collugv, the liiirbddiaus are making a valuable and suosiantlal aiUiUutlon Mr. Sherlock suld and .iddud that he wished that tu had the power to paint in words a vivid in' ture of life at Hi Hty College lo help people here to sec those young Weal Indian men it. I .M.iie'n Iniiiyinj; to 'lieir 1'*%  irgO I. \f bOOkl under their ann Nome on cycles and some on fool. narts student-. In their scarlet ifourth year | Iheir while coats with stelhoacopos sticking out "f their pocket), all speaking at the same tin-. with nil the West Indian accent1 confused variety of .a rent making one harmony, all work Ing to equip thernselvcto bOeOTJU effective and useful W"t badUl who know 11 e We-t Indian people. HI 14. VIM I If.Ill llltl %  torltof of the ling tnifjo ity. oecounti Rw 45 prr cent of the population—about l ffT" million customers. %  Surluig arts members '••"•''the m Britain. Australia. New Zool I i South Africa, India. Paklston, | ..-..-, ... n ,! %  Ceylon Souther., Rhodesia, the WILL HOLD INQUIRY British Column. Iian and B-irma. INTO STRIKF hip of tho an ,WI SIK,l t %  torUngj ran he transferred for r-nyl—n .-reiicle* include the Sudan. ST. LUCIA, March 18 Holland lorak&o, and Iho i>"'< h nora loi eluniiiK Indonesia. Irn. Italy, Norway. Poland. Siam. the Spanish monetary area. Sweden and The Governor to-day appoint%  : inquiry into the sugar strike comprising Sir il mo. Mr, Norman Parson, Windwards Labour AdrU1 !" '"* Ivlser and Mr. Hadley, former |M ,..eluded here are France, Agricultural Officer of Granada Belgium and. Switzerland who .Deliberations are due to begin a belong to the European payment* |early as possible after Tuesdav _|-.P. iMarch 25. IV\i rVOSasS) %  RggaSBaTO and the rix.l uf thr upper storer of Ihe hauae "Lisledale.* ItsOOloJ .a Worlhlns. OgsdM < hiinli a.r. totaWagSJ h In rOStgOOSs? mornins about II?:. o'OltOfc. The lire was put out by the t-lrr Hrliadr with ujler from (wo hrdranU. The dwmaae was covered b> insuranre. hut the url*in of the Are Is neat jet known. The house, which la the property of Mr A. K. Ta* lor. was helm: occupied by Mr. Nathaniel M Hinds, jnd fir Kenneth Gray, both of British Guiana.



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE Ccodb Calling IHVMDAT, MARCH M. "M I ma Office ol the Krgiot>.a %  Organization stationed in J.•! %  .... %  %  left yesterday morning by B W I A for Puerto Rico afti'i short visit to Barbados. He was accompanied by Mr*. deCaires. •ran M yio| the Marine Hotel. Dunne his visit he bad discussions with Dr. J. P. O'Maboio. Director ol Medical Services on the erusUcation of the Aedes Kgypli 'Mosquito which is the iran mltier of yellow fever torn the island. Dr. d> Calrcs also took the op portunw of discussing with Dr J. W P. Harkness. Me-oVal Adviser to the Comptroller for Development and Welfare the programme of health work which the W.H.O. hope to develop In th. Caribbean region with the Cooperation of Governments. These development* are the eradication of the Aedes mosquito. Malaria Control and the use of P C.G. Vaccination as a measure in the <-ontral of tuberculosis n<* HDD of technical advice in nv health problems nftecilng the region. Barbadian Mr-dim A FTEK an absence of | ft-Iff Ml POCKET CARTOON l> OMIi HI LAN' VS I IH Lecture at Y.M.P.C. Y|H DENIS MALONE will be 1TI Hie lecturer when one of the scries of lectures of the Barbados „„, Light Aeroplane Club will be n,iv STV^S^VB* Bfalaivsr srvs lure Kill te on Airmanship. Studying Mid-Wifery }i •. %  %  : ir. MII.I i. Spring Clothes Would Havd Been Sombre, Anyway (By BILEEN ANCKOFT) ptours. black and while, greys. bp.ng fashion buyint srfll b* Gayer spring shades will be kep'"cd by court mourair* at i c .„ unl ,i atler -f*,^ rf Urge *tores expect lmfa coincidence the new fashion shades favoured by both LonHats, too, are curiously simple, lacking the usual dor, ,,i.i cm, kesjMi Bar are sombre, with nance of black and black accessories. or spring hit* with 'or Dominica Appointment M year* Edward Field. AJOH Northe yesterday mo Bermuda and ,i HOLT from Ireland .nr.vr.i ng by T.CA from *an of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. A. Field | caV ing for Dominica to take up f Hlenheim," My Lord's Hill, an appointment as Manager of the returned to Barbados by T.CA. Caribbec Products. He is stay; yesterday morning. il th,. Marine Hot**. Dr. Field who now has a praeMajor Holt who saw service lice in Derbyshire. England U the Indian Army in India •' spending a short holiday with his Uurma during World War II. parents. .J Directo, •if Military Training in the Can. .idian Army Headquarters. Ot•/a. is spending il in Barbados aylh| M the Ocean View HotelHe arrived here about a weak .'<< %  MM was accompanied by his Col Rowleys third \ ii 16 Barbados. The last occasion being about this time last year when he spent three weeks Leaving To-morrow M B E IT M BACH from Montreal. Canada, will be ihe past six years on a training leaving tomorrow by T.CA. for course for nurses, is now in liarBermuda, before raturnuig home, bados on a short visit prior t< Ha hi baffl ben foi I week s*avand returning In.me She is staving Ing ll th) Ocean Vim Hotel at Ihe Hastings Hot*] Mr Umbach Ii Spent the Winter -_ „ S'^unaSrain or JA,.V SYLVIA BROOKE, ft. M", ? d W £^T^ n Q *j V j ""t-"' Sor "" k Irtl -l Toronto. Canada and Mr. and Mr.. S"? liZ*?""* morning .. T ,.„ 1T1 „, i. '. *1_ V""f d ," "" *"' *"' %  present >pen. agD, for the United Kingdom to B A IRRLL ka II course in Nursing. KNARF and Han id, the Shadow. Bnal rsamlnation. walked along the edge of the brooV and H now studying mid-wlfery. until Anally they rrarhrd ths spot ror t-isheriei Talk* where the old willow hung over the M R. E P. BKADLEY, %  civil bank, and the shady water moved Servant attached to the "lowly pest the round, inc. covered %  %  Department. Belize, ">cks. Ilnii.li Honduras. Is now in BarThey stopped and looked around bados to have a look at the set For it seemed to them (hat they tiofore going on to Trlnlcould hear, above the purling and ittsjQd the Fisheries Congurgling of the water, the sound porisored by the Caribmade by a blacksmith hitting his emission. hammer against an anvil, Clma le .irnvrd on Monday and clank-clink came the sound. Then a will be here until Saturday staypause, then rlink-clink-rlink again ing al lie Hastings Hotel Mr D W W-les. Fisheries OfVok *•"* iliei will also attend the CortfeiBut there -.as nothing to be seen ei.ee at which there will be rebut the old willow, and the moss tativea from the other colcovered rocks, and the slow%  <..>*i'. K oiues in the Caribbean area. dark water. Then suddenly do* Third Visit little hole near the roots ol the C OL l£. ROWLEY from Canwi,low • % %  " hMd *aring a hat ad who la on three week*' %  %  aped like a shell popped up. and a voic* railed o.t "Knarf! Ilanld: Are you looking for me!" Knarf and llanid darl-d the spot at once. It was tn!r (M.I.J *"' t *•* %  •* do!" Vulc said King Nep who once (quite long ago) ""umor. was called King Neptune, the Ruler Th '" Knarf and his sister of the Seven Seas. Hamd.. Vulc." said King Nep as will .horlly be >'"X' ,"""> ! %  dulle. King Nep railed dows the hole. la rid noticed as he wslked that ha limped. erk Inl.rrupted "Well, what Is itT Why Is my jj waik being interrupted? I've got a I i t — J_| ._ J^l't U—I. —il iKBJ* trimmings of lawat i fruit end nbbons. Buyers arc relieved, as ttss) will not have to buy new stock to meet the public demand. Parties Shrink lk^OST woi-ried alout the fash\ •t"E ige, aBuajaon gra the London cuuturiei Although tney report that export' business is brisk, they fear that home orders will be seriously alf.-.ted Many big social events usually neld in the spring have already been cancelled. At this time or year the salons of the couturiers should be full of debutantes and their mother* choosing presentation party tracks, ball gowns and all th>other eliciting clothes needed for a first season. This yejr they will have little use for these sort of clothes. Engaged T HE engagement w.is ed in Trinidad of Miss Joyce Branch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Branch of the Belle Plant.it Barbados and Mr. R. K. Somervi ].. ,.r Lanark. Scotland. t'..ul> sends them congratulations I test w I shea. Health Services Executive Officer prior to coming of.it to trie Wett Indies / .J, i d d Nursing Course |ty|ISf> K 01RAUD •>( Dominica frt>nr repn Ora "i Avarst, McKcnna anc Harriaoc Ltd l'h.,rmnceutica Mnnufarturers ..f Mmtre..| After Two Months M H JOHN FLBOK *ho is HI unbti buatneaa ba Canund ||n Heck. ^4B?5Batssat :s *&£• SSLS 8= ^^>^.-=i ;T^ JI Uw wint.r with her daufhUT liland and apart (ran touring tha ISi. Rlrd Vidmer of Onercountry side thry vim thr B.^k'"? %  ""*' %  • Ooir Links ror a few games. spending about rwo ni-.nlhy liday hero They were slaying the Marine Hotel BY THE WAY .... By Beachcomber E VIDENTLY animals connected Awav in the Kalaiimh hill. „ K-.,J I ,u. household srUI in mirwhJ\cnY i,s^„unng cr" into frUSfit ^aS^Vl"S future have to be present at the the hag* Of mi.l-i.fte.noon.rousthe porridge reading wills. A recently deIng the julgar* asleep m t he 11 the old davs people blew unc.-s.-d I-dys will stipulated that ox-wagons Giles Fartagut finger%  stfcooaeloualy op their POrridaV her dog should be fed on steak, ed his little moustache, as he • %  "now rrom II i veal, liver and bacon, and siwatched the potentate clinging to Sav '' """' '"'' %  •. i. c<*>t uosjf ghetti lor the rest of Its We. the bucking .... rl plunging beast, P"""'W 1 Howl pro I cun imagine an impecunious and .ivinrlmi; ih.l>. unelo baa left everything t> ur a)ah. his turban nwrv and then:" "Yes.' say the old ihirt dapping, uttered ciilrnt „i ., Hum n„tl when saucy yuung fellow in I pink a f,mlly iawycr, , toV ^. V^^SE^r" !" *^-^'"' %  -" clause which permits you to spend intractable mount. The a couple of weeks every year at sitting on the fgnee, the family place in Dorsetshire, taunts. A which is lefi to Bobbles for Ufo.' As ioon ns dogs are allowed to th' FT: ,k.wills, you will see all the he members of the family fawning on them, as no doubt did the gentleo w.i recenily left a kennel, a winter coat, and 17 bones by a dog he belonged to. porridge at %  upper She turned "Flouts, rold shoulder til him. and said with houted ruTii liil .nre to the man on the dusk fell, the low chant other side of her. "You were ssyof ihe women washing clothes at lug, Major (Ilapiron. '" They greeted him eagerly. "We thought," Hamd -aid, "thai me heard the noise of a blacksmith coming from here." "But how can a blacksmith be here?'*said Knarf. King Nep chuckled. "You heard him indeed! Ye., there's a black%  man hare. Listen Clink-clank-clink raine thr >uiid There was no mistaking whne <• came from thi tune. Il rame fi>m right down in the hole. King Nep •.mlled as he eslU-' down into the hole "Vasel I here, please! Stop wnrkinu, il vou don't mind! There air lease Hlends of mine who'd like to see your He'll he right up." King Sen -ai> n heerfully as he could. "They ki you're busy. They Just wanted to -ee you. They'd likenot just now, xf rourse, when you're so busy, but later to hear about some of the 'l things you've made." "Yes, yes some other time." grutnl>led Vulc. And he nodded to Knarf and Hani-l and limped back into his hole. It was hardly a minute httl ahatt the clink clank clink of ihe hammer on (he anvil sounded again. Kir-iNep -hook his head. "Vulc is Msnt>l in such bad humor. And al>• ays to busy. His name used to l.e Vulcan the (.real Smithy. Once he ned lo make really wonder I d liat 'oirenf his. He maile %  ^ %  •'tol lightning, and beautiful i iii-s. and gulden hoiseshoes for the Hm esnf (he Sun. But now he only melies tiny little scales for goldfish." Knarf and Hanid wished they nuld iMfs -atched Vulc working. Hut Ihei wataed off rII'IIIK OPENING Friday 1.30 A 8.30 A contlnalng to Toes. 4.45 A S.St SHE'S • OS p m The Mswa I l p in 4 IS p m nut* Their II.I.H..-, 4ft p m S| BSSSSSL %  %  ii .. i Ii p i :„ |l,...:.l Mnsailne, %  49 Ipafl Round Up Slid Pros P*r.d ,INpi S>WB MS— %  paa. IS Um 11 It lllp We Sea Briiain. Intemallonsl Ciimmunitm, T Crasi 1'r.ipiia is p m iid.iiu t 3S p m Special Dpalcl>. %  41 | CMTAPOMI ol Ihe Week. B SO p in H.. t'p The Curtain, 10 00 p m Thr St* 10 10 p m From The Edit. U '<> PIT prevlvw. I0 pit Wa.tl' Acrounl ol Hit Wll. .. Epltlivt lor om King The oat indeed %  ;o Ann I He *nra > 1 Rupert and the New Bonnet-15 Seeing rhai Kupcri n not umd. BOI plucks up Mi oowrsge jrrd *,-' with "him in the dirccnon from whtch th* big 6rebdl UDM. New ind their ihe> kssf more link pops anal hnwi through th log. 4Dd onct lirsr lurapins >rj,kr l*p Irom nowherr bingi iround iheu Ii ok burning become i Irngth their way M old building poni co"-ry sud upw tar Bgret lit %  if lit Hi I. A juU .see uu sudden.* au (Si i. Nalurai to BD BOB I s. rnrequarl-lon to rLillroom I. 19.3.52.—4n. intiiM.i urns (Dial Ul) IREGORY PECK WATCH \EXT SVXDA I "S ADVOCATE ret II I I. EVENTS IN THE HOODAI. 1 111 %  : \ 1 11 E s Ol-LNING TODAY THURS. 20iH .4J & a.M p.m. Alu Friday laB. 13 & 8.1. p.m. A t'onllnulni Ilally 4.43 A "10 I'.M. MldnlU Sprrlal Sal !!nd ROSE OF SANTA ROSA Slarrlni Th. II,..„ ||,„ shot. Hn.lr. Km. III! and 1. ,1., RIDING THE OUTLAW TRAIL 'i STAHRETT H Smiley BirBNBTT HVIIIIUCIIN l>i.I 317.1 Walter WAKOER TAP ROOTS Color by TECHNICOLOR! Slarrlnj Van Suaan III II is IIAWI'ARII With Borli KARLOFF lulie LONDON — Ward BOND Richard LONG Introducing WHITFIELD CONNOR (From the Thrilling pages of JAMES STREETS MOST EXCITING NOVELL A I liner.il Inl.rn.llonal Kelraw! OPENING FRIDAY 21 ST I I I A 1.19 j, i„. Si (untmuiiig Daily Also The Short TEX Hi si Ki A GLKNN 'in I i i; -. ORC'IIKMTRA 1 Sat. J'nd. Sprrisl 1.30 p.m. THE ARKANSAS SWING Hoot, Hot Shots *t BONANZA TOWN Charles STARRBTT & Smilry BURNETT SHOES... X, TOMrs I Twaajij] J2.0J 028 T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS WALTER PD6E0N ANN HARDING iswaunrw^BRMaii Exlra — THE LATE KINC GEORGE a LAID to REST und NEWS OF THE DAY BAT. laMlaf SJB i & ASI/OVA rrsanoRT PTTLATTWL Kt AS" itiniK.t r>WM Mai 23io TO-DAY ,'vi," U'AltNKR linOS OtnaSB PECK I • I Stow i i i. A .. r %  'KCII SAQA I | sprriAl. I F.W ARKANSAS SWING P .1 HOT SHOTS BONANZA TOWN .' TAHHrTT ONLY IHI >illlM '' %  '' WONT) || \NfV MIDMIt trKCIAI. SAT. fTnB ROSE OF SANTA ROSA Hoosint HOT SHOTS a RIDIN' THE OUTLAW TRAIL 'i^r HtlRNm B~IH'HNKTT BUCCANEER GIRL FOREIGN LEGION Vvanru. I* CARI-O "w!"'. rTtlFM.** AIIMFTT CtMTUJa} KARBAREES (IKIHNTOWM --IMal S170 HrriJN HA.MVMII m "TAP ROOTS" Mill IU>ND IIOIIIS KAHl. -MI. IF LONDON* I •War i. saas.T .w a B ta a m i < I.MK v .,iai a tOSSH.N I I I.KIN natfi


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ESTABLISHED 1895
Big Future
Foreseen For
Combermere
Will Be Centre Of
Technical Training
REFERRING to on of the main points in the Heed-
I Report at Combermere School Speech Day yester-
day Technical Education His Lordship Bishop Man-
deville told a large gathering of parents, well-wishers and
school boys that the consideration of technical education
by the Government was one of the most important things
Government had undertaken in recent veon..
The He.idnia-ter (Major C Noott) foresees, with Gov-
ernment's help, a well established technical branch of
education at Combermere School and sees the day when
Comberrm te will mm out. besides academicallv and com-
ply tunned youngsters, abo some skilled in engines
and other crafts.
...I.n h,s,add",a after the presen-
tation of the prim His Lordship
the Bishop said that from its in-
ception Combermere had con-
mtiuicd a erea. service to the
community and he prophesied that
il would continue to do so
No /\puth\
The Lord Bishop bep^n by re-
counting story of .1 new hrad-
TlirRSDAY. ..1AI;
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PUlCltfTivE CENTS
l shortsighted policy as
they may have done and thought
it unfafr or unreasonable to nllow
four members of their staff to be
away at the same time, what is
now being accomplished would
not have been accomplished.
I in perfectly son- hi my own
mind that there are two things
which are vital in any school and
M.Ps. Demand
Further C'wealth
Finance Talks
(Knini lint Own Corrrspondcnt)
LONDON. March Ul
A NUMBBB I 1 inn down .1 raoUor
calling on Gowmniani Conunonwesltl
Finance Conteranoc This follows recenf Opposition crit-
icism of the drastic 0U1 01 IDI| M by the Alls
n ali. 111 Government.
Mr. Will Nallv. \t 1'. So.ictaiv o! the Parliamental v
Labour ConunonweaJtli Qroup. told me. to-dsy that thi
motion which siaiuls in hi. line his wtdl -
Labour \1 Is
maiternf I < I am almo.1 ashamwl
ponllrv won 10 iinmiiii a del to nay becausa it seem! In hi
Duly. After a few weeks this'truism is to have named
headmaster appointed 11 eompara- Waff. One cannot make bricks
lively Junior member la the k* Uvithout straw, but those who are
ASSSSFtS '>"" '" "take the bricks must
I think you have been very un know what is the craft *'
fair because I have bad twenK So il was wise to get the prim-
! '?eSiS ."*. I." havc'a'.v requisite. let men who knew
^n!?kSSn!d,lh",,5.%.- . craft and they would be
The'headmaster said. 'My tnend I abundantly repaid. The idea of
< made ^mistake, you .,, J, Kmr ol ,, ,. w
good and he hoped they would
T'dad Leg. G>.
Will Criticise
G. H. Adams
OIIX .f.iv-.
from Ilia Lordship
prlae
nxmho9
officiant scout dm nut 10&O
Combermere. The ptaaen'
tion was made at the
-aid p. giving d.iv at
licrnn-rc yesterday.
have not had twenty m
perience. but one year'
enro twenty Umi "
" - Ol us who have been
watching Combermere school and
know something of it.' work for
many years he said, "knows thai
this was a cham which could not | The setond qiinx he considered
.^"S-J* W&JPJSK&LfS essential jn the life of a school
was the realisation by the staff
come back knowing the craft
they had undertaken
No Civil Servant
that
ever be U
ord or
himself
word
this school. If th.it could he said,
there would be a sense of stunted
life and apathy, but this school so
far as I know has never showed
oiiv such histon whataomi
The foundation stone of the
school, which was known ns the
cntral School, was latdbv
Lard Combermere. There were
certain rcn.iiirements. Among
these were DM educating of two
bovs from everv ttarlsh In the
island by the Vestries.
Character
Of Service
The Bishop briefly outlined ihe
Shasci the xhoul passed through
om its inception in the 1880's
and said that the school had main-
tained and developed character of
acvloa, It mu n.ressary. at
this stage, for him to pav
a tribute to the Governing "^
bodies of the school so far as their m"-
cho.ee of headmasters of extreme
ability was concerned. He had
known several and ihey had been
men of some note who had given
a valuable contribution not only
to the school, but to the island.
of a sense of vocation. A body
of Bishops in 1929 put forth what
Ihey considered certain require*
merits for any school- He said
would not weary them by
quoting all the requirements put
forward by them, but he wanted
to emphasise one which to hU
most important. That
10 school master could
the full sense of (he
should ever consider
the true sense of the
Civil Servant. To th
I-ORT-OF-SPAIN, Msrch IV
Hon. Mitra Suvman, Deputy
Speaker, will move a molion nt
Friday's Legislative Council rflOSt-
fng criticising Gmntlov Adorns
for a speech in the Ikirbado-
Hnuse of Assembly lust week on
the appointment of a British West
Indian Trade Commissioner m
London.
Mr. Adams urged Ihe wlfh-
lrav.nl of Barbados Government'*
financial support from the Re-
gional Economic Committee if a
political appointment were made.
Sinanan s motion will ask tho.
Legislature to agree that it views
'th profound concern and regret
the recent speech delivered in the
Barbados Legislature by Mr
Adams, with regard to Ihe ques-
UOn of West Indian Trade Com-
missioner appointment and is of
the opinion that it constitutes on
unwarranted attack on West In-1 bad not bi
tli.ui politicians and Is mkulatci
to mflict grave and irreparable
harm to the cause of West Indian
political unity and fcdcrnlion.
last, even if he were headmaster
of a Government school, hi
owed a sense of responsibility ti
the parents.
And so he thought in Comber-
mere there never could have
been the result* which th. y had
Seen in the past and concerning
which every citizen could be
proud, if there were not head-
,nri staffs who lived
Governor
Arundel.
Goes To U.K.
I taken."
The Governor rammMaed M
service of the Grenada r-bllcr
nnthigent and addled Hint tin
B.G. Needs
A I torsi a i
Institution
British Guiana has two
ipogovod schools, one for boys
mi the other for girls, but then-
is ,i crying need for n borstal ln-
ftllUUon, Mr D. E. McD.ivld.
Chief Probation Ofucatr and u
nember of the British Guiana
lelegatlon now attending the
SOW W.'lfi.rr Tulll-i at HastinK'
House mid the A1ircatt yfster-

i 4
GltENAUA. March 19
Governor Anmrtell icuinied t"
Ihe colon) yesterday and l.-vlnc
tomorrow via Trinidad fW Utag
land, will he nbeem for about
ttonm.
In j statamant to the 1'iesia to-
,i T;ieie kVttra no dts
irfng ihe St. Luela sura'
strike, but this docs mil n.f.n tit'
there would not have !' ***
orders if adequatr* pr*^ aut^uak-
j %, *,A^illr*1*P;iie toflblema fit *e
>ncrrnrd with re-
tlon oi probation
that there
said that in Hritish Guinnn.
obation system is und*r Ihe
>1 of the Social Welfare
r There Is n Chief Probn-
.< D nill.c. and five full-time
jfheers whose sci vie,, relics to
ami extent on voluntary alfort
nv i* abotat to act up
l*i*Ol.ation ('"mmittaii under Hie
hip of Ihe Chief Justice.
|*hi will be n aUlutory twdy un-
lei the new Probation <>f Often-
'Ki' tjflinanrr which is in be -n-
Thf motion is expected to Prrsenea of H.M.S. SnarrM*
,i t.dmlnn effeet.
By yesterday the tension him
eased altogether The Ixingshon-
men-Satppen Arbitration Tri-
Ktiii.il ended hearings today and
report is expertrd diirinn 'In
k-enil.
the support of the Gov-
ernment and opposition sides t
the House.
. in the life of the school
than thought themselves Civil
Servants
He said that as soon M there
had been any advance elsewhere.
10 n W I to the island. [!* * rSaJ^k^^
And these headmasters had l*en irK^'"'* ,S "a,, cofos. 1 h
. Stafl the a-'^^" IVmem whTh Z
I by
been able to secure.
Certain names will go down In
this Island as men ol great public
spirit and among those would be.
UOM WttOM great logjeem had
been the training of children, who
had been committed to their care.
Therefore it could be fairly said
they were a great buttress to the
growth* of the school.
Growth was not necessarily
evidence of health. What might
appear lo be growth might not be
growth or growth might be ma-
lignant. Therefore there was need
for ordered growth and he would
maintain that Combermere had
shown, not only normal growth,
but growth along certain lines
which jtlltillad them In saying that
the growth had been ordered
g'owth lrm the very beginning of
its foundation.
And so he * know that four members of the
staff were on stud '
A Great Venlnre
"1 think tiiia' a great venture,
and full of courasc. on the part
of the headmaster and Govern-
ing Body," he said "Had the;
boy _
believed was at the school from
the very beginning. And it was
that Lord Rowallan should >-
e upon the grounds of the -ori
school and emphasise the Ideals ,hc.
of that movement and the ideals i fighting began 21
hich Inspired the movement
from the beginning.
The Bishop then referred t the art room, the geography
U.N. Stronger
Than Al Start
EIGHTH AHMV
Headquarters, Korea. Mir. IS
Kighlh Army Commander Gen
eral James A. Van Fleet said or
his 60th birthday that Commun-
ist forces in Korea "could mas-
enough manpower at one pour
of the line to run over us if ihe:
want to pay the price" He said
United Nations forces have the
strength to counter attack and
"boune* them back"
He said "we must be prepared
lo expect u spring push from the
Communists but chances that it
will come are quite small."
said his United Nations
are stronger In-day than
have been since the Korean
KJ.r
i Mil
work, he -..
inure iii i'" I
in each of the
H'.
ime aa existed (trien
ries. i tin- n.-x
minithfc ago
f.P.
BUMPEK DAMAGED AS
CAR, LORRY COLLIDE
The motor car X665. OWIMd
ind driven by Hubert Kinch. and
he motor lorry M1788 driven
>- Gibert Nurse, an employee of
\|. i K Jason Jone* *('<>. Ltd..
-ollided at the Junction of Hiiieks
and J'nnce Alfred Streets at 10.20
a.m. yesterday.
The luii-y. Iiiaded with live tons
of sugar, got Its bumper bent while
the loft fmnt door at the m-.tor
car was dented. The lorry was
coming up llincks Street while
the motor car had entered Hlnek*
Street from Prince Alfred's Street.
Mr. G. K Mo I niiKlad's Pro-
hut ion Officer said that probation
> . tin- eoionj aroi dovol-
. plat K';"!"-1"* They liad all Ihn
courts of the Island covered hy
* hi h hill tune probation
d MMM from that, they
n Coonpotoni Authority
for the CflfTUOfUttBl of children in
orphanafM ond liuhu-tnat schools
Pnncip-il pTubation Office
i Uon taken
ilth i, .v. i inv 'i
as a r-wult of
Junuary finance i.n>
I
criniin.it n" .i .
iKtnwealin
iconemli .
,
Concern bout the Off
port cuts within Iho Conunon-
wenlth is >h
' i li u Severe I
Conservative Ml' gro of Ihe
opinion that whlll
be an orraUeoJ |.....% in reeon-
vene the Coninicinwc.iHIi confa -
one*, some poolUvo tcti
U- l.iken to 1'icv .i
I ! ..
Aliienilii-.ent
Headed hv Mi ChrifttOphOI
Hoihs m.I' th*) it iva pul down
[an amendnieni lo the s
imotlon which excludes all iclei-
ence> to import natlieUoi
i Implied inii.iMM' of *
wealth Goveriunenis) >ti ...IK i
(iovernmenl "to ovorj Inftel
i mi to |ironiote free
i-XchuiiKe Of K'
natlO ol UaO lorim. -
pCfl ii'le.'
It also vii'kck Government to
build up sterling area reserves "to
Mteh u Bgjuro i
necoasary l*io Introduction ol -
.tn.'m M,e;.iuies to
rphoaneinl rtuetn .(
t*oiiiinonw.Mltli 'i ..!
l.oU. Mr. Nally anil Mi Ihlh
told me today that tl
paity dlAaranea ovw Iho brood
Issue of Commonwealth trade.
itoth gidog aron
tvorythlnt should bo done to
r.romote a free an e-
goods !) tween Conn.....iwcilOi
ooimtnes as the present silualion
pa-i nutted.
i liunurr Fore<*en
The daiiKer il ftfOOMtl bOW*
ev.i Hi || || ..... mi,.lenient
by certom COfluni nweatlh coun-
HowiM to oonUmio "i
tWo IP .i
ihe rooull ntlghl I
pl'-to breakdown of inter-
C< minonwooltb Irado
In Mr. Hollis' vlO*N
(M h> prrwiit poUcli
i open to i iticr.iii '
ti. it the decision i.. rnajti

r.i- u II rnonl u
i oonfUcta with in--
lOOtaVfd ami of developing thu
Sjrorts Windoic
MMn Dano and empire
Btast this afternoon at Ken
in First Dlvi-ion
Oxtiir*
Thaae teams are at present
level on p.nut*, at tli hiad of
Hi*) Plml Division Un*-np. each
hivliiR M-ori-d ala poiiitH in
four |B0sH pl.ay>'d KM
While Empire have won
tars* stralsht game> aa4
oae, Notre Dame have not yet
bean defeated this season,
having won two and drawn
thi' other two of their torn
CUttWM
It will be uiterssUng to aae
aliether Notre Dame Will con
tn.g| their unbeaten run or
whether Empire will in their
torn ub1lh a definite lead
in tin competition
Reds Accept
Changed Plan
PANMUNJOM. M
1
, gptaatori on luii
ind
Ulei
last
10
munis'
, but
.irtu.
Ol last]
'
nlnattn
then
...i the
. problems
ould 1-
Ith only the mator deadlock*
..'. ,f i: . .- iinhm
l i. neutrnl iuitl ,\ modu rtlono pro*
fto of entry
brougfal proon
ilium truea mies soa-
i
Vox! w.-.i the sHOfon mi pris-
htoke un for lh<
. ftoj :':( mtnutos ^*-
BO progress" li
heir efforts lo elortfj further op
.\.
Itoth siil'-s h.vi- .i .ki-fl iiuestitav
.....thai I d anawora
t'.r
/\ ( I II K I U~ 1 |' iir-iiin > nut > ,.. .- .__,
lb M lOisapactor of orrtan- Co"" '
iiid observed that
ii had made menti
(f I I |. :. g
LORRY OVERTURNS
The motor lorry G IM
owned by Mr. T. I'.. Oorblt- of
Haynards, St. Patar, and
driven by Michael Harvey of
A-i.-.i :. Hall Tenantry. St.
Peter, ran off the road at Ash-
ion Hall Road yesterday and
overturned, bringing down *
telephone pole.
The lorry wa badly dam-
aged, but nobody vii injured.
100 VVIIIIS III* ISION
U.K. Budget May
Endanger U.S. Trade
(By imtui.D (iUAKD)
LONDON, March 19.
LIIANCKLLOR of the Exchequer R A. Butler's Budget
was UescTlbeil by his associate, as u move towards formmtf
the sterling urea and Western Eurtipe into one olg ecunon lie
unit which would jeopardizt- UmUxl States train- with DWI
one billion customers in world markets including L-atin
America.
High sources close to the Chancel lor said he plans ha
set the British Isles and then the sterling area towards
"economic constancy which w uld make tnem independ?
ent of American buying and selling."
They said: "It is n l.n.n lal
harter for a fre*h uttemi>i to
establish Commonwealth and eco-
nmle .-laaoclatos aa a force U
inch W-J,"tn Kur<<|>- may in lue
me be drawn." They aaid the
BudfJBti luse-t mainly on umvi-
noiKg made at the Oommonweatth
Hiance Ministers* meeting last
inuary aimed at "intense devel-
ptBtan of the sterling area and
he revival of Empire preference."
Sterling Area Members
contain
At MDla well-built
port* yesterday. It
K A. 0-lnM.roe breasts the tape to wi
H. Lewis, estiem* left came second
i the 100 yard* Dl* 1 event at Oorabennerc
world'* people and
area of sterling
.jii'v and industrial choola. ThoM*
tchoola he said are run by ltonnli
M I
Roman Ctithoiic CAurchei
( hutch of KiialaiKl.
rfo -..ill thnt ". of th* ettll*
in-ii in Trinidad who am
url were illegitimate
i rofon It oppsorcd at ir thev
' have to tackle them us one
. tiindarnontsJ nroblema of
the country
Mi K < Monlgomerv Chief
Probation OfTUei i I .1 lB>a liM
that beside Mini -li. there were
I .,,,. Probation Officer* including
four women OffaOOM hu cOVOrod
. i atlrc iilaixl Thev had branch
otll'-e at Montegu It" Spanish
Town and POTl Man--
He said that they had i-ecenllv
t mi a Juvonllo Authority
Mr Kodgrrs who is also atleml-
Ing the Conferenee here as Ex-
OOUflVO S.-eri'tary. Mr. Haugnton.
Director of Education as Chair-
man and he as Vlce^halrrnan.
I !,, v look cure of nil -pproved
M ,nd home* nnd board-
,ng "ot nnd dealt with hlldren
ii prol-ation. The largest
I f IhOtt v,ork in prob..-
.. amongst adults as Uwrr
I were ill-nit thiee times as many
'-.dull-; le (here were Juveniles
Hand Lt'-udt'r I M -
Arnold Meanwell. local Band
leader and violinist, died sudde-n-
ly at his home at Top Rock.
Christ Church, at about 10.1
p.m. on Tuesday. Tho body wa
later removed to Burton's Fun-
eral Parlour.
A post m orient examinatlo
was performr-d yesterday by Di
A. S. Cato______________
"POTICK- BEING
SALVAGED
Snlvafcing operations huve be-
gun Of) lh French Yawl I'stlrk
| .ii the inner hasifl 0
the Careenage four years ago.
Mr. Ilrnton Sayerx is super via.
OB The engineers ori
working from the platform of th-
i.overnmenl dredger. Crowd
he oroos l*rth o
to look on
national
Set ondly if Import restrictions
' k t ... latlng imtiacl :
ithout first discussing Iho
ith mcmlaert. who utigbt
from ouch
Ho I- Uovi II li imw laa
[Of the leeonvenint' Of 'I I "'
m-.iiAealth e.-.Tii-ma COJlfep
In view of the time needed t..
roogo i full c mn oowealth i
"i" it was not a prftCUCal
posaoy to Inotot on such mo I
at an early dale ity duing m
Mr. Nallv .ml fill tlOOgUOg wi>ie
nauring that nothing would la-
done.
Il wo,ihl aildei) I
"1 up some form of permanent
machinery to co-ordinate Com-
Uionwr.ilth ii'iniiiiii. (lolnv along
Ki '-cil lines
Si'outH Bxptotod
To-morrow
11aching Haibados
from Jamaica state thai Boi
' il contiDaflent of scouts who
. ttoodod the Coj Ibbson Joniba
.I..iil.,i. ., uili now bo .utiving
lO-mOITOW evening .it 4.30 u'clock.
Xhli now* wu roostvod u
..... I II It > I. West
Indian Al I ''. It was
t xpected lhal Ihe eontingent would
i rtvo lo-dnv
SCHOOL EVICTED

Tha
HUMK, Mnreh 19
I. too bora ana
. ,,f mn of Itonie oM-
11. |
an I XpuKlinl inler h>
ehool building
Cupraiiu a,
i1t-iratl the ex-
ifler bo buso the school
Mid .itiv rent for the
. 1050.
Ilarhadians
Are Happy
At U.C.W.I.
MR. PHILIP M SHER-
LOCK. Vice-Pttniiiial of the
University College of the
West Indies, who m
badoa to it'i.rview applieart"
for admission to the I'mvpr-
sitv in October, tolrl the
Advocate yesterday thai there
are 30 Barbadians al the
University who
life there i'*
stimu1.nl irii'
r. i .nfc a
which the undergrarlu \b
ind work he said that their ilrst
mil of reiden.e r.illed Irvine
I Sir June-! Irvine, the
Vice-Chancellor of Sf. Andrews
: now fully in use It has four
each Tie with 40 bed
- rt\>, so that the hull has
icfommodation for 10U nMrier-
There is g tnall lounge.
I pit isont .lining hail
with it* hU-h tnhle
RoHftonsibitity
Mine bM mure we arc throw-
ing lespuiulbUily on lo Uiv under*
ftiaUuaies who live in U>e ludi'
no said and added: They have a
II..1. COsTUttttOO ileitad by all
th,. undergraduates in residence in
iho Hall and Ibis comrniltee has
a good deal of rasponiibiUly. We
ire specially ploaaed at the way In
which the women share in thla
work.
"The under graduate a work as
I a body and matters like race and
sex simply do not cotne into ac-
ount. The things that inaiter or*
u illative, leadership and ofB-
. ii M"r. ,.nd this is one reaatm why
h, insistence on roOtOanTaTa]
g fuUv iustined"
Two New Halls
He said that by October, two
lew Halls of Reaidenco will be
dy and by October 195S, they
.hould havo accommodation fnr
ibout SOO undergraduates.
"The* undergraduate body as
..-hole, riina Us business through a
. it i 04 I'ndergraduates, with Ml
i-viteni ,md its managing torn-
nlttee. This yoar's Prcsideiit of
DO Guild uf Undergraduates is
,lr chvo Charles, n fourth year
ned.cal student from St. Lucia
In addition, ihere are the u'Ual
oeleties found In most unlversi-
ics such as the natur.il history
wiely. hlstury ioclety, camera
lub etc. The Literary and De-
>atlng Society ii very oeth)
< ro i Caribbean Society which
rneeta lo study and discus* C gfib-
00 affairs.
In all this development ol the
residential life of the Un
Collugv, the liiirbddiaus are mak-
ing a valuable and suosiantlal
aiUiUutlon Mr. Sherlock suld and
.iddud that he wished that tu had
the power to paint in words a
vivid in' ture of life at Hi '
Hty College lo help people here to
sec those young Weal Indian men
it. I .M.iie'n Iniiiyinj; to 'lieir 1'*-
irgO I. \f bOOkl under their ann .
Nome on cycles and some on fool.
n- arts student-. In their scarlet
i- fourth year |
Iheir while coats with stelho-
acopos sticking out "f their pock-
et), all speaking at the same tin-.
with nil the West Indian accent-
1 confused variety of .a rent
making one harmony, all work
Ing to equip thernselvc- to bOeOTJU
effective and useful W"t badUl
who know
11 e We-t Indian people.
HI 14. VIM I If.Ill llltl
torltof
of the
ling tnifjo
ity. oecounti Rw 45 prr
cent of the populationabout
l ffT" million customers.
"
Surluig arts members '"''the m
Britain. Australia. New Zool I i
South Africa, India. Paklston, | ..-..-, ...n. ,!-
Ceylon Souther., Rhodesia, the WILL HOLD INQUIRY
British Column. Iian and B-irma. INTO STRIKF
hip of tho an ,WI" SIK,l-t
torUngj ran he transferred for r-nyln
.-reiicle* include the Sudan. ST. LUCIA, March 18
Holland
lorak&o,
and Iho i>"'< h nora loi
eluniiiK Indonesia. Irn. Italy,
Norway. Poland. Siam. the Span-
ish monetary area. Sweden and
The Governor to-day appoint-
: inquiry into
the sugar strike comprising Sir
il mo. Mr, Norman
Parson, Windwards Labour Ad-
rU1'"* Ivlser and Mr. Hadley, former
|M ,..eluded here are France, Agricultural Officer of Granada
Belgium and. Switzerland who .Deliberations are due to begin a
belong to the European payment* |early as possible after Tuesdav
_|-.P. iMarch 25.
IV\i rVOSasS) RggaSBaTO and the rix.l uf thr upper storer of Ihe hauae "Lisledale.* ItsOOloJ
.a Worlhlns. OgsdM < hiinli a.r. totaWagSJ h In rOStgOOSs? mornins about II?:. o'OltOfc. The
lire was put out by the t-lrr Hrliadr with ujler from (wo hrdranU.
The dwmaae was covered b> insuranre. hut the url*in of the Are Is neat jet known. The house,
which la the property of Mr A. K. Ta* lor. was helm: occupied by Mr. Nathaniel M Hinds, jnd
fir Kenneth Gray, both of British Guiana.


PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Ccodb Calling
IHVMDAT, MARCH M. "M
I ma Office ol the Krgiot>.a

Organization stationed in J.!.... ,
left yesterday morning by B W I A
for Puerto Rico afti'i
short visit to Barbados. He was
accompanied by Mr*. deCaires.
ran M yio| .
the Marine Hotel.
Dunne his visit he bad discus-
sions with Dr. J. P. O'Maboio.
Director ol Medical Services on
the erusUcation of the Aedes
Kgypli 'Mosquito which is the
iran mltier of yellow fever torn
the island.
Dr. d> Calrcs also took the op
portunw of discussing with Dr
J. W P. Harkness. Me-oVal Ad-
viser to the Comptroller for De-
velopment and Welfare the pro-
gramme of health work which the
W.H.O. hope to develop In th.
Caribbean region with the Co-
operation of Governments.
These development* are the
eradication of the Aedes mosqui-
to. Malaria Control and the use of
P C.G. Vaccination as a measure
in the <-ontral of tuberculosis n<*
HDD of technical advice in
nv health problems nftecilng the
region. '
Barbadian Mr-dim
A FTEK an absence of | ft-Iff Ml
POCKET CARTOON
l> OMIi HI LAN' VS I IH
Lecture at Y.M.P.C.
Y|H DENIS MALONE will be
1TI Hie lecturer when one of the
scries of lectures of the Barbados ,
Light Aeroplane Club will be n,iv
stv^s^vb* Bfalaivsr srvs
lure Kill te on Airmanship. ----------------------------
Studying Mid-Wifery
}i .': ir. mii.i i.
Spring Clothes Would Havd
Been Sombre, Anyway
(By BILEEN ANCKOFT) ptours. black and while, greys.
bp.ng fashion buyint srfll b* Gayer spring shades will be kep-
'"cd by court mourair* at ic. unl,i atler -f*,^
rf Urge *tores expect lm- fa coincidence the new fashion
. shades favoured by both Lon- Hats, too, are curiously simple,
lacking the usual
dor, ,,i.i cm, kesjMi Bar
are sombre, with
nance of black and
black accessories.
or spring
hit* with
'or Dominica Appointment
M
year*
Edward Field.
AJOH .
Northe
yesterday mo
Bermuda and
,i HOLT from
Ireland .nr.vr.i
ng by T.CA from
*an of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. A. Field |caVing for Dominica to take up
f Hlenheim," My Lord's Hill, an appointment as Manager of the
returned to Barbados by T.CA. Caribbec Products. He is stay;
yesterday morning. il th,. Marine Hot**.
Dr. Field who now has a prae- Major Holt who saw service
lice in Derbyshire. England U the Indian Army in India '
spending a short holiday with his Uurma during World War II.
parents.
- .J Directo,
if Military Training in the Can-
. .idian Army Headquarters. Ot-
/a. is spending il in Barbados
aylh| M the Ocean View Hotel-
He arrived here about a weak
.'<< MM was accompanied by his
Col Rowleys third
\ ii 16 Barbados. The last oc-
casion being about this time last
year when he spent three weeks
Leaving To-morrow
MB E IT M BACH from
Montreal. Canada, will be
ihe past six years on a training leaving tomorrow by T.CA. for
course for nurses, is now in liar- Bermuda, before raturnuig home,
bados on a short visit prior t< Ha hi baffl ben foi I week s*av-
and returning In.me She is staving Ing ll th) Ocean Vim Hotel
at Ihe Hastings Hot*] Mr Umbach Ii
Spent the Winter -_ S'^unaSrain or
JA,.V SYLVIA BROOKE, ft. M", ?dW ^T^n.Q*j
V j ""t-"' ,Sor""k. Irtl -l" Toronto. Canada and Mr. and Mr..
S"? liZ*?""* morning .. T,.1T1,
i. '. *1_ V""fd* ," "" *"' *"' ' present >pen Mck to England. She wai here here .laying at the Ocean View
Shadows Hear a Blacksmith
.SSS^mn -ft.l.T*,Xi,,1,IW|(>.
agD, for the United Kingdom to B *A* IRRLL
ka ii course in Nursing. KNARF and Han id, the Shadow.
Bnal rsamlnation. walked along the edge of the brooV
and H now studying mid-wlfery. until Anally they rrarhrd ths spot
ror t-isheriei Talk* where the old willow hung over the
MR. E P. BKADLEY, civil bank, and the shady water moved
Servant attached to the "lowly pest the round, inc. covered
Department. Belize, ">cks.
Ilnii.li Honduras. Is now in Bar- They stopped and looked around
bados to have a look at the set For it seemed to them (hat they
tiofore going on to Trlnl- could hear, above the purling and
ittsjQd the Fisheries Con- gurgling of the water, the sound
porisored by the Carib- made by a blacksmith hitting his
emission. hammer against an anvil, Clma
le .irnvrd on Monday and clank-clink came the sound. Then a
will be here until Saturday stay- pause, then rlink-clink-rlink again
ing al lie Hastings Hotel .......
Mr D W W-les. Fisheries Of- Vok* *"*
iliei will also attend the Cortfei- But there -.as nothing to be seen
ei.ee at which there will be re- but the old willow, and the moss
tativea from the other col- covered rocks, and the slow-<..>*i'.K
oiues in the Caribbean area. dark water. Then suddenly do* .
Third Visit little hole near the roots ol the
COL l. ROWLEY from Can- wi,low " hMd *aring a hat
ad who la on three week*' 'aped like a shell popped up. and
a voic* railed o.t "Knarf! Ilanld:
Are you looking for me!"
Knarf and llanid darl-d____
the spot at once. It was tn!r (m.i.J *"'t **' * do!" Vulc said
King Nep who once (quite long ago) ""umor.
was called King Neptune, the Ruler "Th" '" Knarf and his sister
of the Seven Seas. Hamd.. Vulc." said King Nep as
will .horlly be >'"X' ,"""> ! dulle.
King Nep railed dows the hole.
la rid noticed as he wslked that ha
limped.
erk Inl.rrupted
"Well, what Is itT Why Is my
jj waik being interrupted? I've got a
. I it. J_| ._ J^l't UI. il i- Kbj*
trimmings of lawati fruit end
nbbons.
Buyers arc relieved, as ttss) will
not have to buy new stock to
' meet the public demand.
Parties Shrink
lk^OST woi-ried alout the fash- \
t"E ige, aBuajaon gra the Lon-
don cuuturiei
Although tney report that export'
business is brisk, they fear that
home orders will be seriously
alf.-.ted
Many big social events usually
neld in the spring have already
been cancelled.
At this time or year the salons of
the couturiers should be full of
debutantes and their mother*
choosing presentation party
tracks, ball gowns and all th>-
other eliciting clothes needed
for a first season.
This yejr they will have little
use for these sort of clothes.
Engaged
THE engagement w.is
ed in Trinidad of Miss Joyce
Branch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Branch of the Belle Plant.it
Barbados and Mr. R. K. Somer-
vi ].. ,.r Lanark. Scotland. t'..ul>
sends them congratulations
I test w I shea.
Health Services
Executive Officer prior to coming
of.it to trie Wett Indies
/ .J, i d d Nursing Course
|ty|ISf> K 01RAUD >( Dominica
frt>nr
repn_____
Ora "i Avarst, McKcnna anc
Harriaoc Ltd l'h.,rmnceutica
Mnnufarturers ..f Mmtre..|
After Two Months
MH JOHN FLBOK *ho is hi
unbti buatneaa ba Can-
und ||n Heck.
^4B?5Batssat :s *& ssls8= ^^>^.-=i;t^
ji Uw wint.r with her daufhUT liland and apart (ran touring tha
ISi. Rlrd Vidmer of Oner- country side thry vim thr B.^k-
'"? ""*'_____________________ Ooir Links ror a few games.
spending about rwo ni-.nlhy
liday hero They were slaying
the Marine Hotel
BY THE WAY .... By Beachcomber
EVIDENTLY animals connected Awav in the Kalaiimh hill. k-.,j i
,u. household srUI in mirwhJ\cnY i,s^unng cr" into frUSfit ^aS^Vl"S
future have to be present at the the hag* Of mi.l-i.fte.noon.rous- the porridge .....
reading wills. A recently de- Ing the julgar* asleep m the 11 the old davs people blew un-
c.-s.-d I-dys will stipulated that ox-wagons Giles Fartagut finger- stfcooaeloualy op their POrridaV
her dog should be fed on steak, ed his little moustache, as he "now rrom II i
veal, liver and bacon, and si- watched the potentate clinging to Sav'' """' '"''. i. c<*>t uosjf
ghetti lor the rest of Its We. the bucking ....rl plunging beast, P"""'W1 Howl pro
I cun imagine an impecunious and .ivinrlmi; ih.- l>. young man saying disgustedly, of its darting trunk The Mah- m^ Bthcrd ,roni "< nt tn-
M> unelo baa left everything t> ura)ah. his turban nwrv and
- then:" "Yes.' say the old ihirt dapping, uttered
ciilrnt i ., Hum ntl when
saucy yuung fellow in I pink a
f,mlly iawycr, , toV ^. V^^SE^r"*- ^-^'- "' ........... -"...........
clause which permits you to spend intractable mount. The
a couple of weeks every year at sitting on the fgnee,
the family place in Dorsetshire, taunts. A
which is lefi to Bobbles for Ufo.'
As ioon ns dogs are allowed to th'
ft: ,k.- wills, you will see all the he
members of the family fawning on
them, as no doubt did the gentle-
o w.i recenily left a ken-
nel, a winter coat, and 17 bones
by a dog he belonged to.
porridge at upper She turned -
"Flouts, rold shoulder til him. and said with
houted ruTii liil .nre to the man on the
dusk fell, the low chant other side of her. "You were ssy-
of ihe women washing clothes at lug, Major (Ilapiron. '"
They greeted him eagerly.
"We thought," Hamd -aid, "thai
me heard the noise of a blacksmith
coming from here."
"But how can a blacksmith be
here?'*said Knarf.
King Nep chuckled. "You heard
him indeed! Ye., there's a black-
man hare. Listen
Clink-clank-clink raine thr >uiid
There was no mistaking whne <
came from thi tune. Il rame fi>m
right down in the hole. .
King Nep .mlled as he eslU-'
down into the hole "Vasel I
here, please! Stop wnrkinu, il vou
don't mind! There air lease Hlends
of mine who'd like to see your He'll
he right up." King Sen -ai moment, turning to Knsrl and
Banks.
And sure enough, the CfsBk-fBsnk*
slinking stopped nl inirc and a nun
ate or two later a little man. IMH
much larger than a toad, dirst inn ,
self up out of the hole |
over, grumbling, to hnait and
Han id. lie was <......,
upron ami his I .1 >> n
heerfully as he could. "They ki
you're busy. They Just wanted to
-ee you. They'd like- not just now,
xf rourse, when you're so busy, but
later to hear about some of the
'l things you've made."
"Yes, yes some other time."
grutnl>led Vulc. And he nodded to
Knarf and Hani-l and limped back
into his hole. It was hardly a min-
ute httl ahatt the clink clank clink
of ihe hammer on (he anvil sounded
again.
Kir-i- Nep -hook his head. "Vulc is
Msnt>l in such bad humor. And al-
> ays to busy. His name used to l.e
Vulcan the (.real Smithy. Once he
ned lo make really wonder I d
' liat 'oirenf his. He maile
^'t- ol lightning, and beautiful
i iii-s. and gulden hoiseshoes for the
Hm esnf (he Sun. But now he only
melies tiny little scales for gold-
fish."
Knarf and Hanid wished they
nuld iMfs -atched Vulc working.
Hut Ihei wataed off r | la aak< Thry i'ie unite
lie Vulc wouldn't have wanted
WHITE HORSE pp
Scotch Whisky ^i
The p*urpose of signs is to teU
without words. This white horse
symbolises Scotch at it-* verv finest;
whisky distilled, biendrd and
matured by Scotsmen in the tradi-
tional ways that they, and only
ihcy, know so well.
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Thv Pi-arl of Chilnuifiur
T T was the day of the elephant
* rodeo at Chanderonugga. As
the Maharajah of Dhamdhurti-
pore dug his 12-foot spurs Into Up-
heaving Hanks of Ihe finest rogue-
elephant on his ranch!, there Were
cries of "Ride him, Maharajah'
Kl-eu Thorneywell, a
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dslon" with a plafe of boiling-hot S" ^SSmJSS1
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utjtmed yesterday by the
have consulted the Crottwtdj Por-
ridge Cooling Correspondence
Course. Cool Porridge In Three
Lersons. The man in question was
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ridge r to fan It with his hat.
and in too much of a hurry to wait
for it to cool by a natural pro-
cess. He should have bent for-
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living the name of Calstrode.
a fitter and Joiner named Hum-
phreys ate two square feet of
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caster. "I should not have known
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Friday laB. 13 & 8.1. p.m.
A t'onllnulni Ilally 4.43 A "10
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lulie LONDON Ward BOND
- Richard LONG
Introducing
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TIll'KxDAV. MARCH 2". IS52
BAKHAIKIS ADVOCATE
i hi:I i
GOVERNMENT PAYING TOO MUCH
Cuke Warns About
High Expenditure
years there would be all orU ol in i highly scientific manner, the ao far as nvnuc was concerned nUawm to hither "*^?U,'*r*uV
pM it because rt was better it would be lor Barbados. would be mcco^a l**- **Qr "'J, "*'
.....Md .,nd (hen when the He said that we of the West ins year.
Time came the) would not have Indies had a ,-tupid cult Uat foi
*(iiii ihr trouble came about, people to carry on builnesko,
ApurehewkMMi
Hon Dr. H 0. Masswh observed
these, d-iy*. Iwwvtt, miure

Admission and uiiiM
\Z The Bill which the Qovemment overy possible obsUiele should be that those of them wh., ha / i?!! ,w u ';*!J
recently sent down mow or las* ,, m ,,,.. ,. (on, enough la Ihia country would m^^U?m5TSJ,
.------ _, -lierupu-d to carry that into oper- mihi at- i-ft H^hi.d uo tiie Huuget iind it* nvu i "'*" I
%w k%S s &r,.l "n'^'c." .- s^S?5,: * * " isss^wSmtss
vnurabl.- fl.!ThJulJTthccaTnTu, * bcle'l behind and Tnnld..d. -PR""'"":........... airs . no. good -.U-I, II
PRESENTING his usual analysis and breeki
tli'- Budgi-i in tin- I..-, islative CouneU on Tuesday, rmn. few years
H. A Cuke warned against thedangers in two unfavourable lund so thai when thin came to VJi^L'V'.T"h',",' w'o
trends which he snid WOuW result , had ta to. nai- ^^",^.^.7. ^ ..c St^S^a
Dados. noticed criticism* had been made ">ut rrom other parts who ar
'. he ....prised honourable vice- tar it, the whole communii> ^f ^^ Actually what they had looking In the We-l Indies to see
members or the fact that in lour laBfrinj W Wr. donfl n Barbados m the last tew what they can put down
years Government expenditure If he remembered rightly, the ~ -^ ^ ttiMUt.UlM for sur. _ wlll
the
coin
p pre hcn.*i on.
Me recalled ho.
e table of the Council I
-I year* and heard B
thai the Haafl of ?axa-
n had been reached in this
<>ticed nt
yean was not budgeting for sur- area, will give ..-
had r. sen by ^ ^JMlto l..-, &* he *^f" "* pluses. They had not even then Moulder unless the-e dampening TJTZVf STS^StSS
clolU.rs. and warned that the per- something like 4.600 people em- f,,,,,^.,^ for ,urpluaes. It was me** .tre n.d Koi nd at? hTld ""'""' ' * ( l" " ,h" '"'
ewntauj* of that b .enuiianl awmUhlftl t|!| to BUi by m iood A*yi w .mmajia m taxation -will sean
went t.. *aes and salaries point- Uks 2.00" on the pcrmament staff lhal wh?nr thev had any bad He said thai thare was the be lasceeaar*.1* He however hoped
< | aarlni too much for the aw- an^ casual workers. If the present *un vice* they received He saldjic Xtv1)(t continued, the on)] CORClU- *-ork of the people who carried '" honour In his own rountrv.
Replacement Cost ji on, the Agriculiuidl Depart- ** said lie was very glad to
The Colonial Secretary had meat, etc. The Improvement hud haar the remarks he had ..it
_ a fund set aside (,0i come about a-, some people haul the growth "f Iho c'ivii
rases 1o mtvl replacement of watei thnoght By blind chance The -*wrvr
>nUIH I___ ___1 _-J _>a aaVi-.t n-Khn if ^^ '
increase 111 crops did not
bojh U&J U^jljwp^yd th. w-. ^ Qov ..-, 2Z"2t#g'J!E p.rtn.en. .nd operation r U.I -"^ ^- l~ ">' {,',!
helpless. It w.i- Iho community against
that they were not mttinr.
it K-I aaougt
'huughi that Um time had come
whoa he liquid make tho sug-
IhM the Govornmon:
hon..1 .iitp-'int g lu-ii- i-'.iu
I'OQMlllajlotl 1 n" mi" the que--
.n>n and BM how lhe> could save
nd possibly keep the
DC adUCOtlOB wln.li lw
cen .is-Kiateii
1| tmu
Too Mu.h IN.Iiiics
Mo waa not saying that witn the
idea of criticising any OM, be-
. uog in- mh it was human
in' 10 OR and to make mis-
country, and B*fe I '"' "*fW br,nK fcf-
- igiii
was not blaming Uovernn
cause they- were helpless jgalnht
.,^re groups ItrvloaB for the money they paid. nl^c mention of a fund set aside nol come about
i it tiiiKht !* wrong in analysis.
.
mment could do nothing with msller which tfu- people in tho twmuc.u .ni.iners and th* lhe Commlatlori Which tie tpokO
. (h(. that matte, and that they were commercial world had been up Peters themselves. It was tru. wnW(1 , ,. almost im. aboul should 1-- iWft-poUtacal. ha-
t-.,l.'.m..l !h*.-H."w J,i'M.t'- holploss. It was Iho community against for the last 25 years, the, had had som.. good rainfall.
that In a small country
I oovld help tho QOtOITOBOIW to Aaj nought machinery' and but they should let nobody foo' fa' ..
S28*gf&fSi ""," ";"' ''"' '" *- 32 Crim'i C,i^ & S& " """"" "*""""""" "'d sT^ +?**
Hirt nrt intenri mini into .mv u. numlier of lnitaneei.it people tell- th'y came to renew It. thiy found it. .... Servli*. The Hon Mr. I'uke han
Jritii inn him how public lunds m that thc Ju.t that. There- In die comrner,,.! new ,oo. ,..,. M l ,h,K
fJw l.e^err"b-,v.,l..... on ,h, nM by people who were em- fore h. was ver, lad tha the the.e wire blrr ponlbll tie. In ., ,, ,., ^.p,,. ,,........ ,,
irenet us he saw It in this Island . .il-ved to da a joh ami were nol Colonial Secretary had mentioned thl.: Island. He believed they, ,hc. ,, scrvi.v .
the Oovernment expend- oavinl full slt.Tltion U .1. but It ecu d see a (OOd many new in- ,.,>, ,<*, |.. and, fo, lhe
Hire wa eonrermsl 'dlini. Those in eommerxe knew that duilnes nupoorb^l in this island
The whole eommuMU h... duHiuj the last 15 to SO years, af Ihe people wen- wiUlnj to
To enable hmuil In oi. krst bum to wake up to the Idea that *r rears, hi rnlatit say, blip, unhampered by this desire
plaee and to assist othri mem- lust as in their own affairs thev capital coats had risen, mere was of criticism of businessmen and
bent, durlm the last four >ear- expect p,-.,|,l. to pull Iheir weight no SoJn back. They shot up the Itch to control their acUvl-
l,e had been aaalsslm the r<- old w.ok for the mone. |be9 pay dunn a crisl, and when they to
pendlluir of the Govrrnroent tnem. when it comes to the ll.v- levelled down thiy were at a j^, population was (raving
and Ha revenue ander certain eminent, the communily h..-. col niihcr level tban^ they bad been a[ a tremendous rate, two per
tH* Tsie I
BOVRil
the very
goodness
of beef
V> ihe rKhasai at sots* k-ms> bsri
aWj Tag cm il Ike brnrU ihat Co,.,
SOB iam( a,,vni... g ctven you -h ^n
m .M.r -nKiulam rhr tppniic .nd Um
liS.iwn keep kOU M and well. U *J1 Mvour*
akksg, ii, wnd saWaaaatg .uritlung diutt.
awnl(i.(.^lhr.,.ri-,rif(icJ|s,.lJn BOVRIL
PUTS 8EEF INTO YOU
He in...'-iu im- care for Ih.l
w*h to have iood men at Uir
lop, even If the- had i<> pa<
them more. U super. i- |ln
work aad to mm- that It was
done. If that were done, hi
level than they had been _.
ii.--.ds fat that mrmlwr. eoold I I inhume ..ware of the fact and before. So a busineaaman would .- llrT annum One only had to quite sure that they would he
get a bird* eye view of the e*- has not to bring pressure u. put g argue that in making out your , lnlo ,, country to *ee chtl- able to do with less .un than
p-ondllure. stop to it." he said. eost of pr.-iuctlon eou mid not dr(ltl fll|nf, oul of ,choo)i healthj there at pre-eni. mniilni
Take one
he i^ild. It was laborious and prepared to areopt these eondl- >' oi in. n ,,i..ni.ms 01 *"*"",,,k iheroatlves what these chll- Drawing attention to the step
COUoa. reading and he tonight ken bv the present Oov. I i
'"->' *brou lotocor- ill got wana, SStoU^SilEimZm tragic that at fl time when ml thf in *>*& I.....duce tho Civil
I'rewiurc Gnaws j?Bffl.ii httiflawf rifll W"' ,nd, *etok.ng I
*^ P Making his final remark, h. wart to trying to establish new >*H "Ml ""H
Some yeara ago, he had sp rf pressure groups and had a big attitude had been brewing pressing the businessman rnu.d fn" ,l,oh eP wol,l<1 lM,"",lv
thrown out a challenge u> Hon- up jn tni island that it was be alive, *<* to saving in txpandttun
He emphasised thai tin y mu-'
he id. "thai ba*o at the bead paopli
atoaurtoj it would help
membm and that was wh.
It, The Bavaln i stogot
<.T gMtmiDJstorlnf Uovernmcnt and
the pensions, then the quOfUoi
of law and oraor, and without law
..i.1 ordet no ceaMiy oouM da
ble members then, and it was wrong for people of Initlatlv
. i' the pressure 141 oup try to Improve conditions and do
thera wen publll !i,lmu,(. wal gripping into the their business iiuccessfuUy.
i water, etc. life of ahl public to \.ry gtoal said he noticed that whereas in
Loofcini back ovoj thoss foui extent am that could only !* put the island generally people
t whs very Intorestmg to tigt,| uv lne community as a should be only too happy to see
rnarifcOJ DOOiparis cwrtala facts that struck him vary Instead of money being avail- improve their business. Improve
forcibly. Looking back at tl-f ll';.n able to purehaaa things for the their teehnluue and make more.
I he found that there was cotamitnlty, things that would be such an effort for improvement
littleno major change
thai parianlaia "f thaaa lespectiv..
in'mp' That was to say that Ad-
LtoD then was set ftai
1 1.2 and am now 12.1. Public BtT-
vieeaj showed a decrease and Social
Swrvn'is an increase, but takmn
iia-iii in their broad categories
thfi*. was no appreclabh' d
lellchil in them, they would win looked upon very dlscourag- aajjlj
"I do hope,'
people generally win realise .viihnr and rapable ol supemi
that unleas we do alt up gad '"tt *nd seeing that
begin serloaaly to think of :""(" new IndawHlas. thU Island wlll K.diiratiou
find Itself In s position wkirh Turning nil attention to Uu
they will bitterly regret." QUBtnon '' AhKOttoa, Hon D
M.i--.i.ih ni..iA.ii thai tha ai.....in
They lud to begth to see that .pent on education had .
1 was going tn ingly.
"I am not ullsfted that this
trend durlns the post four year*
it a healthy sign." he said. "I am
mil lil i" 1111- "'i-riiim nt l,i-
in- 1 kaow they cannot do
jnythltif. They are hclplew.."
Hut If the riHimuinlty did not
inwj kwa 1.1 Uie
BxpcndUuffa of Govarnrnont and
change of heart came the t2.n00.00" tlgine for the in
over the community and th< y tin. hi She hi tor] Of the eolOQ)
If there sa not to be some were, given a chance to k<> ahead 1 ''"' "(
reaulU from their energy. If freely, he feared that they were total akidgrt Old of that ovai "'
uu-enUve was to be kUMd. they in for bad times In the next 10 was spent ..it salaries,
would 11 ml thenaelvea going or 1ft years. It was with the ob- ThOBa of them who knew an.
back, There waa no doubt ject nt avoiding that that he t*i"i. kbeut ducaUon an Wit
he had mad-" 'PP'U1 and ii]*"* ami wot
11 ...
Too Many r.mpluyow.
In four years their expenditure
hott tfonc up by over .0OO.0OO
unci out of that 2.383'X- went 111 even- time some person employed
rnmanl had .1 grievance.
vary grave prasamptlon as t" imaginary m otherwlaa and
wli.-ther thii.. WM DOt I ' ''17 body was going to get up
wrong; in the general scheme ol IIM) rnll for more money, the
thing*. They would have expected conuniuuty was Kotng 10 pay for
t<. lind an increase but not an In- '> " 'h'' "
,.t of hand. Tin only f '", Jf W. 'r the general ,aua{cdi hc said. ||o knew that lorl'N in the West Indies which
. ..ti.-lu.sion that one could draw -"P.t * "" development ||ip Btarwl,rd ,)f (hc work of the could have been in Barbadn .
arguj that waaaa and talarle. ware .. vhje ^.-opu- here wa thought very but they were turned back u
ed, Ihe Qumbars had k.-cm 1
i-.n ii.t iwaaed. and they were not
KmM,ngi\P.^rt'0l0L"^';CO!' ,, SrTort thai during"times of big
No bigger commilmenU h d . ,,,., .^,1,1 .,,,1,-^.1..^ |(l ilic.v goj
about It Re agreed with Pro- hop.-d the points
frnsor Arthur Lewta that the would be read by ihe publll
West Indies wore eatable of they would begf
improving their conditions and mnn could start u busutes*. in-
to spite of the fact that they v*M capital In 11 and provide Tm
had net get proper reaoureea ploy men t and even If he madeTT
or a great deal of raw material, good profit, lie should have < vcrv
they had labear. He believed encouragement and no! be Lain
that renditions could be made pered.
batter. Turned Bark
island was vary happily H'' said he knew o( two fac-
Thi
Reserve Ku.uls **P* hCTP *" lnOUBnl VW* S" ""* T" 'T*'1 ^ '"
'"MIW ",mN hW of and wherever BarbadiaO * ""'- Ind iatttade I I
tha? ^emed t, h,m "^ their work S always very he foresaw Met H-rbado. would
SS tftrtnTunw^cf bU Ml* commend.* But jsstaa. euftr for J un ess p,;ople go.
f nt that nmrh of the n*
not givili* Ihe ie-ull whl.li
aght t.< ki^'
Re had talked to several
hnadma.t. r, all of whom BaH
that Hi.- i.mlii.I of the el"
mentary education \a gaaff
compared with hal II aaW]
to be.
Re reeniled that yt
vii.n In- anal l boy the elemen-
ary scbools turned out peopla
-ho imld read nmi write .01
t^tly and Wate IMo "
Some
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corn-ct thai during
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. ,.f the doatrucuve rid of th. idia that pollllcal talk
b<-on URn on. no nrw commit- a(.c^ .....,, , ,u ,dca trial it -s a crime to Of as all thut mattered It waa i-.,I
menus, no big schema to justify enlbnrk l csoendllui. men omlnenmnn. that It saa a erlme to all that matter, he said. It was in
Midi enormous differences lie- vhnt nw :|e tumm Government n.ve Initiative, and the suipl talk dualry which live peeiple their
Iwor-ii hise flturcs and the only m||( rlkllk eapiiai sien.ii- ,( .ait the rich and eontrolUng bread and bultar and It wa
s-onc-Iuslon he could draw waa that ,, v ,h;l, ,nwm. in times of business, thev could not do busi- thrift. Industrr and initiative
they were employing more people .. ,,(ll,, ,. h;ivc ,, npM 5Qon >t 0imt ltUt bagm, that brought about healthy con.
through increase to ft*ubt,de and people began to dllions In may country.
ii-iiiie even If profits were an With those general observa*
Imfor where would the Br.t- lions, he said, he would like to
..f th^..e people for the motley ,,.lX..ltirfl, but would" have .
they were paying oul. pluses to Ro through the lean
ped. that everything went right
I that all their anticipationt in
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
THIRSDAY. MARCH
1*5!
BARBADOS^ AmOTATF
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Thunalaar, Marrh 2. IKZ
III UNSET (.I'lllE
T1IE apaad with which tha Estimates for
1952-63 was rushed through the House of
Afsembly mainly durlnf hours of darkness
has caused great concern to many taxpay-
er*.
Never baton In the centuries of parlia-
mentary history of this island has a budget
an ghm so Uttlt attention by the
DMOto*! representatives, although never
before has this island budgeted for so large
un expenditure The island is therefore
indebted to the Hon. H. A. Cuke. C.B.E. for
bit analysis of the BudfM which was sub- f
mitted to the legislative Council on Tues- .
day. Mr. Cuke bej-ina. by deductuig from
the expenditure as par Estimates cusioms j
refund-s. Ineonki tux lefunds. departmental i
receipts ltd contribution to rapit.il of the
total value of $1,539.74(1
He then adds this true amount of $10,- ,
512.354 to the capital expenditure of j
$1,071,795 a.id ainvesal a total expenditure
of $11,584,149. Bj urrent rev- I
enue from axpan btraetmg J
ban this ti< in. Um loan to be raised, the
deficit for Um year is fthown Ul l>e $343,695. J
This fact is not easily ascertained from
the official Estimates which according to a
revision noted by the Colonial Secretary
on Tuesday shows an excess of current j
revenue over current expenditure of I
$340,900. *
Mr. Cuke then proceeds in his analysis to
braak down expenditure into standard
heads which oan aa ly W appreciated by
the average citizen. Total administration
costs are shown to be 12.1 % of expenditure,
Social services account for BO.9%, public
services 16 8%. Law and Order and Justice
124% and Pensions and charges of Public
Debt 7.8%.
Of the Social services education receives
20.6% of total expenditure and medical
12.9%. while subsidisation accounts for
10.2%
Roads arc the most costly of the public
services requiring an expenditure of 7.8%
as compared with 4.2% on agriculture and
3.7% spent on water. Of particular import-
ance is the analysis of salaries and wages
which accounts for 61.3% of total expendi-
ture as compared with 36.5% spent on sup-
plies and services and 2.2'i* on charges for
public debt. Of a total expenditure of
$10,512,354. a sum of $7,081,800 is spent on
salaries and a
In his analysis' of capital expenditure Mr.
Cuke is careful to deduct $156,040 which is
belny contributed from Colonial Develop-
ment and Welfare Funds and shows a true
capital expenditure of $1,071,795 to be
financed from loan funds ($140,000) current
revenue ($250,000) and accumulated sur-
plus ($681,7951.
Of this total $100,000 will be spent on
administration. $633,808 on public services,
$279,987 on social services and $58,000 on
departments. Highest individual expendi-
ture of $347,000 will be on water. Of the
social services education accounts for $158.-
547 and housing $104,545 Government
revenue is also divided into component
parts nnd percentages shown.
Customs provide 48.7% and direct taxa-
tion 46 per cent. The remaining 5.3%
comes from stamp duties and sweepstakes
(1%) and licences, rents and royalties, in-
terest, currency notes, fees of office, fines,
profits on the Post Office, redemptions and
repayments (4.3%).
tn addition to these four tables Mr. Cuke
provides a table showinq the value of the
sugar crop, and government revenue from
customs duties, excise and income tax
during the twelve-year period 1939-51
It would be impossible to over-estimate
bat value of this analysis Ui the commun-
ity as a whole, especially to-day when the
spending of the island's revenue is so
quickly approved in the House of Assem-
hlv which ought in the interest of the elec-
torate to be fully satisfied that money is
being spent wisely. They ennnot be so sat-
isfied unless they understand the full im-
plications of the Budget.
Mr. Cuke's present and past analyses are
guides to such understanding.
ioi
III I.NAKI) \\|( KMi! |> K,-|N the seasonal urge to Ik- mil and
aastUng ruund llrtinin. Mis -uide fur to-day' tour is CHAP-
M \N I'lM HI i: ulm knows a lot about frogs.
i\'o. I. %% look For Sprint*.
Mk a
I n
nhrr IMM mud on finding a fra|
we v**"* uim a**t etiee SS-W
HAPMAN i'iNCHKK -iiid
iesume.1 an oil partror-
. H
a nature nimble
Ml for sign* <.r
Mr. Puicher was mad on And- O.
ing a frog. The first snowdrop M 3
m ail right for amateur* .,(..> da* of cold before il can find loo-watt |amp
.ic That's the worst ol wm-
.he_ expert look* 1-r ;. frog. g ,, thr **-i The cuckoo.
In full hud
| 1GHT and heat
like Mn
.itches that trigger oft tin
A slight rise In ttte tern
paature of the soil set> *
and root* aotng.
Roots don't work when tin
It take, them mix rouncl u ^ rold Thc^ .,
from somr AM raise, which Is S3r aarfa
purpose in ttfe. Bui they are a
InlO thuadoa Ukt ealSaSlH farmers play Un trltfc on ttui
BBM and make them lay mor
m ;;s,by *-v'n*,hf ** on a
Mi r. hi I i ik Inrrrascd lighl abo affects man
AID Mr Piu.liei Rattei hard in .pnng. A IOU..W ID ji.'Uml III
GMaM it will prob- discovered lhal when he hunt!
the liable h
were more likely to hav
Is earlier ID ah-
Progs spend the winter burled and -wallow, that have to come
ID mud .it IB,- bottom of a pa) |ea don't ,rt c.ugr.1 oul
and breathinx through their skin*, iikr this They can follow the
Then when ahr w..rlrf bsssaM t.. *un .11 the way up from the
warm up oul they oune South.
.boul frogs." said Al thu momexil the asjreUovi
Mr Pinchei -they often hau should be about a Uurd of the
I in the same pool II
11 iteced in. As soon in "
Md up a bit and Mrelch- .. ,,. MedlUnrsnean 11
!l^" "*' u>*y hop "'"' V" T"'-'"" 'Kf *" ""' "" " "fr "*" >"
Personally 1 don't think it s a btt Cuckoo, ly more slowly so they ,d ,h, ; * *. irhkh
funnr. U I'd spant the wUltar cov- ban . Mr) ,.. Tho comma wcild not ha* lain ooUtbte ,
"7*. m """J" P"";' Jd eh by at, of East Africa have a lh, , ,d IM bearTaendiHt
^ut In the- spriDX. wouldn't you' ,,,,..,dl.l apllanm ahead of w41,r ,ur_u ^^
Frog pimples them They ha.c to n, through Wp m foun beeches, horn-
II rt went for our r.imbh '. iitlid.-lr.ee ch,nuu uM ,hodoullirons 10
W Ewhursl near i:. actusll) ouild ,u . TKl. nrH ..Usuu, .,
ol Surrey and Sussex and "erts and hatch ihei, own eggs. puuv wuiow, ,re ulj , s,,
Ihnugh we peered into the - an you Imagine; ___ ait a ho-t ^ pltinls ^^ gp^,,^
waters of pond after Another black sheep of their from trvtaa ^ bulb.
iiiuckv pond I have to record that urns irsiol in the same Every seed u an undergroui-i
md no herald frogs croak- pan. ha. developed the habit of laboratory ruled out for tumli-K
in the spring talking backwards. Instead of say- nrctl mU) r Ukt. root
-hat didn't stop Mr P1IV "J" "Cooeook. ao no, WOIK , (. ,.
the scientist ulking about tfrem. ... but the rising temperature -
.1 Interesting work been Light and song the soil has .heady set the-
done on frogs Igit UP DECAUSEof the rollu wthr ,,,,,
nkatslDlnild l i.i.: . n.-iity in Britain raliull-.
.. carrying out a 1 -.. tr. -here ^^ doled rk red ibUCh the
.ensu. -I fraS In popd .....*' """ m"""" T^ iJJ! V.Uor of the iral
agio had pum....... the rjor. i.ird. than tmial OsUiwring ' 'X'JL*Z*fiZ'
prini and lb, tn. bd chorus should be p. J" *m
.hows the- .1,11- ...enlng In a couple ol t* in nm be uai.
.nd youni: peopl citlhs. flower.
One bult-rn, .....' ^l^!?.*; ""oTeven UiougH -r.
onths.
It has alroady sUrted In Surrey.
, eluded '^a^0?S he
. ., ___l Imm w iro ahlp In n>iv
pars plenty
oTher .7ins"mai tn."nu-min.r, of th. otBdud thrt o. ,nng._ March LZ? S .b'
spring Is already at work. It was 21
!i
to report
.. rV day'7,7 Wher'tTEngland Pmcher and I that the prod'
ne i, those lovel, sunn, rST jjj. "^J-' -TSuS "" '"'S%>" '
that ?ometime, turn February Into onds longer than the day before y,,..,,,,,,^ Qr cia). u not e.
say you wookl rnate yourw'I
saw a but- in 1 ve. and sing
,'ave .S- 'Tleetnc Ugh. wi,d have the ^JOgE ""'', ^
: you could flood the much else to do.
with it. Cunnliig poultry
three d.
lerflv. It
It winter In some house.
Th* bun* of sunshlM had at-
L-t.S
lll'SII HOI'II... Foi* The Men Who
Want To Be President...
tie man. a Federal Judge. Secret.
- of the Treasury, Assistant Pie -
Itom HlHrt.IM'K (^MK slender aenator from Ohio
NBW TOBJC io-ks like small-town laalsw. _
B ,.,,, ,., .. ^ 77f "ly.ns; ff A sV'tA*;
mil.-s. And he stm has a.c..uou (r |hrec-legge.l "tool of Amei -
The men ' ran government u no other man
Wh< j boiling point is ,. .., He stepped in t,. damp down t'.
...go Mat Jub- II?. i Ptp^ r res of personal feuds Inside Uc
tht iiuijor psrttol All candW*** J*..*J J Supreme Court bench He n Wl
pick their rhSJl Uw .agent's dllUM S"" somewhat |hpv c illcd |w hJ1 infiationa,,-
Presidential joust are coming diflldent. Mill shy. still 111 at ease WJ|.r spirals, to hold down milk
more clearly mio I and inclined to be "cold." He prfe**, to get an en-Serviceman i
There arc urprlscs already tN THlr; UtT.'I.I.H'AN SIDF. nkmorim Dnfl UDMH at the rst ma] thnt P.D.R. would sign. ____. ,. .- ,".....
Bssibhowar u receding That miroductions. nor climb down in 11H8. when Truman alnwt P^ "' *ne fcmpire is becoming inter-link
much 15 certain. And Taft II ,,ftl.n fi mil the intellectual plane sent a personal envoy to Mosco
coming I., the fore, fast People where he Is most at home to talk to talk with Stalin. It was Vm~.
.hi both sides are saying "Maybe wilh (ni. bucolic friendliness of "* nad 'n mind. At 62 Vlnson i
been under-estimating Bob Htrrv Truman or wendeU L. ul1 on_toP.' "'"a'0^"! *? " I Cj\NADAalas, with the Americans
Now Or Never Year For
Empire
By DON TAY.W>lt
AS the new reign begins, so too begins the
Empire's year of opportunity.
A young Queen comes to the throne at thr
opening of a dazzling period of development
and change.
Within the next 12 months, we may
the foundations laid for five new Dominions.
i'r m. nmy m, msltod. sonic of thtm drift
,,.t.l> Ike Kmp%rt while others ore boggi h'un it irutecisioH.
In Central Africa, black men and white
are split asunder over the question of a fed-
'ration which would lead to a Dominion of
RHODESIA.
In the Caribbean, the hoped-for Dominion
if the WEST INDIES recedes into the di>-
tancelargely because the key colony Ol
British Guiana is against it.
SUSPICIOUS
In MALAYA. Chinese and Malaya are stall
watchful and suspicious of each other
In the SUDAN, set now on the road to sell
aiovernment, there are politicians who want
republic, others who want a tie-up with
Egypt. But now, a party working for Domin-
ion status has been formed.
In the (iOU) COAST, there is talk of Mi
Nkrumah becoming our first African Prime
Ministerand of Dominion slatus being with-
in re;icli
Turn now to migration. Is it to be the be-
iimnini; f I he long-aw.iited dispersal manpower which must link up with any ecu-
m.mic planor Just a mass escape from |
Britain^
This year Australia expects to gain at I
laaal 80,000 Britons,
EXTRA SHIPS
Canada hopes for a big increase in the
number of British settlers this year. Sevenu
migrants every week will fly from here.
An extra .Mi ships will sail from British
ports, and negotiations for still more are in
progress.
In New Zealand, there is rising support Cos
mass migration.
tn South Africa there is constant pressure
on the (i.ivernment to take in many thous-
ands more st -tiers each year.
Northern Rhodesia is expected to atari
State-aided migration.
It is in communications that we will ate.
the most dramatic Empire change.
In May the Comet jet air-liner starts regu-
lar passenger service. And new "tour: t
rates" are being introduced on the Nort ,
Atlantic routes.
AIR PLANS
All over the Empire new airfields, roads
and railways are planned.
It could be that the vision of men lil.e
Cecil Rhodes is becoming realitythat evti v
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Everywhere there is evidence of a great
surge of development
T..ft H*l Ihe man
.,n-li '
ON
THE DEMIH'aATU' SIDE.
!i> body's gun*- And
Wf.kle. But those who have seen
this last few weeks
one rung removed from the t' *,
._ of the American ladder He i: chief partnerspresses on with increasing
w SS S&StlSS &f&&2\ SSKrt II v!four ,n deve'op,ng hCT mighly rMOurces'
Ami the thanevs
will W
Iha Hepubllcsn pool. And
ID faNSON and'not iuinois IIAKiM.O HTAaEN. none al all. xmm.n aSSu him'worlh HOP-
Oova nor Alll.AI MTEVKNKON. Ilarrlnn last-ballot developments pmg ia tnc president',, decision t..
Ike's Slide M "- Chle.o convention, both ^M Senator Bob Kerr, of Okl..-
VVh:ifs the mutter with the can be 'alely written off. bODUl into UM Ni-btaska prim.i' |
BUBNasOWn i-ampaign The All Sssilbls6aa eyes are on on April 1 to battle against hi
R.iuii.:
day ho admitted he was a Repub: TRUMAN There jre sins that a down-the-llne ~ Trumim | desert and ti rn on
1 and hinir.1 that he would h" means to run. And signs that Democrat,
it hit America like a lliun- hs "''' W".n -* decision Tbr result there wlU I.U UM | Power
timber and other
riches.
NEW ZEALAND launches her greater
single industrial enterprisethe 29,000,ll(l
pulp, limber, and newsprint project
AUSTRALIA has her Snowy Mountair..
project. India such schemes as Bhakra-Nan.
gal, which will irrigate 6,600,000 acres ol
45O.0O0lrw of electric
xjcIualujl ift- . ? .
..ill be the plainest tipsters much. So will the ou*-
tip-olT un what he thinks romp 0f the New Hampshl'o
party's chances. If he primary on March 11. wheiv
hnuld runand my sues Is Kefauver (in his racoon fur cup
hut he ii'i'l-lt will mean he Is ;md accompanied by his pretty
ConlMapl the Republicans can be nrltl*h-born wife, has been
lasjVB nfsin If not. that pounding away at the "mor.il
he has his doubts and will let decay and Browing comiptli;:
viinctxHlv else have a go. inside our Government"and not
And who will that be" mentioning Mr. Truman once l>v
Quite
TV Spree
clear, already, what-
derclap I like Ike'' clubs <0"1'?:
sprang up everywhere. But already .'ow"V'i
lus set in Insiders In !?J*r
both camps an agreed that unless
- home soon and iljihi*.
hard, his chances o. e nil.
Ikes best friends turn out to be
hat direct foes. While he devotes
himself lo duty In Paris, they
have turned his campaign into
third-rate vaudeville, and it grows Truman's Xo
plsllsar every day that elections It will assuredly not be the
are not -mi by nmoM ooatroL, busy-as-ii-beaver Senator from cvei happens at the local popu-
or by "biiiidwagon show-*" in Tenni-re, Mi Eslcs Kefauver, jBrlty contests known as Stale
Madison Square Garden. <'> bit the national spotlight primaries and whoever la picked
TAFT. born and bred to politics, w,th 'he televised crime com- |D go to Chicngo, Is that this
.1 ("resilient'* son a wi-e old m"I'' hearings. For Kefauver. eievtion of 19S2 Is going to I*
v.iiiiiwinncr if ever thi. .u,iv .<. lh'' lVesident churishes a cordial the ^retat TV event Amenn
.eraS, Oil. and stump, the Jo,; %K ,A'"J, "" "' "' ln, " jk *?' i """"
daTln da. out mum. truod. "" whl" Hou** "'" ..wh' P~P'' >S *rh the poru
and nlWncU.. .^,1. i., k?m" '' "' ** '"'"eessor-tlial goes envortin."t Cl.leag.. over son e
5tJ ",J. T "" O" "< convention floor. 18 million ., 1Q .,11-,,
deltas on behlild In over, ,.,,,, ,,. verutlle FRED are l-ln ma.lo ,tread, to -MUrC
TI, x .. 1' a VINStlN. Truman's oldest friend that coverage mended to Huh
Thr T.ift tormul.. Is simple, and ,nu , tnutcd adviser, top p.rts of the USA. a> sre still
unashamedly old-fashioned: "Here trouble-shooter for the Demo- without It.
lo-day and somewhere c'se to- clats these 15 years past. L.E.S
Already the tall nnd Twenty-three years a Congress- (World Coyrlght reserved'
HUNT IS ON
All over the Empire, the hunt for m
materials is on, with expeditions already
the field or ready to start.
But two things are necessary if Britain gold
the Empire are to win their way to lastini!
prosperity
From the discussions now proceeding be-
tween Empire representatives on trade and
development, and the future of the , then-
must come a great Commonwealth Confer
enca, which will set up a Council of Empii e
to plan our future as a whole.
Every man and woman in the Empireanil
moat of all in Britainmust work as they
have never worked before to produce raw
materials und manufactured ifoods for ea.:
ther. We niusl find -air salvation In our
own ,,...,,,... .nd abilities I..K.S.
MINI-MOTORS
Can be easily attached to your
Bicycle.
Minimum of Maintenance.
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Our Reader.*, Say;
harbour
ii- well looked after. Hotels
have sprung up like mushrooms
at the CPU docks, one !hr '"<"*". botel keepers res-
a/ed to see the Empress Hotel i*"?""1 . !**. "iT5.0"* "C,U"
th. Parliament %,!*., ^fi" *2&S>
To the f;di|i.r. The Mt
Sw-Mi Tranl mj wife ami I ,*
"ve bet: |) ,,,,t fou, and
month, .,, vim; hl_ ,Wli"~)th" TiUhtssnot 7rom"""- Wh,1 ta "oulu last year.
SSsf^ii *' '"i1""' ,l 1S our K hu ihou^nds of UahTT,,. bs LhCv toW u-" ,Dh"' ,ho,r ,hW '"-
duty to ofle, a, ,, t..k. o -f r.-soeet TO plac nS-i^Wl11 f '** :v'":H otJ>- ^Wings as to produce. st.rtlnB ~
S^i^K!nL^n5lrCnVOwCTi" eff*cl or *"Pr'ilve scene
ism iu Ihe people of Barbados.
We hope that von will be so kind The people of Ihe Island are all
as to allow us to use the Advocate fond of their homes, have beauti-
as a medium for tttta purpose. ful gardens and bless their soul
Mr. Trant and i coma Drom the everybody has o dog
Island of Vaneouvc. BX srhai liable and unlike the
the capital city of Victor-., i* busy bee* of the Ea.i il.. isl.m.l
located ' !. ilowas; ttfmpo. Than si.
terest to ..II those of you who have *l*y* hVa time to stop for
Srstem paralleled by none for the Ada
re of the community. Hi* theli
why not have them swept or
raked when necessary and
why are there so man*
broken pieces of glass? islandher Kr.iduates hi...
<2> Small rafts could be [>".- ready made their mark ii
vided for children to pi a. world. The people of llarbadi
vitl. on the lagoons at prae- very fortunate
CHECK THESE
FOOD
i VALUES
In r,(f,Kf-it,,Ute.| -
scholars are indeed a credit lothe bass Eat paSt
al- In cloalnc w wish lo . lh
the manj louiiau i -,. ths wma tr
havfaf as their *hoi, upon ii-n arrrval
not already heard thai Vi
..nd. Ihe thirfl Tourists
Owing to the situation of Utfl
Island and climate that in the
WinU'i months is so favourable
il would only seem teasiM-- thai
Barbados should make the tourisi
trade Its second industry.
Tii-ie has been for years a close
8fl Canada and Barbados
r.mada is a rnld pise* .In the
lovernor. Sir Alfred Savage who having had tin- privilege of
has their who; interest at heart elation and soda) Intercourse th*
liojlly no cost.
(31 In most places there
running hot waVr. aa has been demonstrated on re arnsred at the InteUigen,
i4) What can be done about the every occasion His wife is also dignity, wit-assurance and whol-
electricity set. ' be congratulated on the splen- heartedness of these graeif.,
(5) Why don't the Banks have Ud assistance she has given her people.
a hostess? Tourists enter- ousband.
ing a Bank could be looked t One lady from Canada had be
after more efficiently Tortunste to nave such a here tor u month when one of hei
(61 Whv talk about the traffic *'*" ""PWn**' Poh" Force, no- lady frieods arrived from Toronto
why not use one way wore in the world could they be In the evening they were havir.
\ s
I \ m
Much like this Island their Indus- '' 'ntertmn- but ttion-u.;hly enjoy-
Island Is known in Ihe v.<>rld as tries are few. However on n<- "UHli Enaland" Ui,. majority of count of the natural beauty of needs a tropical i-dimd where she
oeoplc are frOD .md Vancouver Island -Its evergreen can send her seed people during
own small firms or are retired tree... nilei*. bavs. hathlnf beaches 'be winter months No OOUM la
from years of service in the Army, covaa and islets dotted r ,Jure some schi-me will
Navy or Civil S- people .-r, attracted bv the thous- he work. 'housnnds
:nids Not HalV 'I" thev CotTU on O* eMni
The City of Victoria Is known account of the beautv of the wn. the tropics for the winter In this
as "The Most Beautiful City In am but foi the attractions In the -ras. ltd profit from
Canada". We have never heard field of Sport (salmon flshim:
dUpate this itatarnaat. In hunting, skiing, sailing I visitors
the summertime on the lipht pole* r\c ) nnd Art, especially painting some effort must lie put fnrth tn
the mam BVnu. MM s^ri has- .The irlsl trad* brings in over make tourists slay as comfortable
kataoffl h 11 Wtn^IWO million dollars a vr;r The as possible May we offer n few
On arriving at nighto->cis th* tourists and suggestions?
from the mainland in the lnnar"have made ivtry affort to aa* that (1) The beaches ar*
Ho-
xeelled and in the Commissioner ciektails before dinner whi
I Michelin. you they had finished the first one. th-
eli deserves the waiter asked Mrs------if she woul'
care for another. She replied
"No. thank you. Dear" (the
waiter's name was "Dear"). He-
friend looked at her goggle-eye,i
and said, "Well. I neverdon'i
tell me you get that familiar with
servants". The reply "Oh no,
dear. Dear Is his name".
Well, you lovely people, we
shall say goodbve and Just want
Is ni
. T > Keep beggars off the street "' PHe, Colo
unless they sell something n,vf man lha' '
and have a license to do so. W"1"* one hw often
(8) Have licenses for dogs ***** u r* " "v* such a well
People who do not look trt,B'? n *nthuslaatlc group ol
after their dogs do not de- ^"f"* '"empUfled by the
serve to have one It is not Poll" Band. How nice to know
fair to the dog tbat you have such an admirable
(9) Organize a "Hakilau" once ?!" m...lne P*** of Bishop
a month Mandeville to take care M
i-etiglous requirements. His in-
(10) People selling to the public .lUgural address should b)
in market places etc should printed from time to time so that you to know it really _
keep themselves as clean as i-eople would not forget that God knowing yoo. We wish you health
possible. has no use for pretenders and happiness.
The people of Barbados are The House of Assembly un JOHN TRAWT,
Ideal blessed by having an Educational th* Lwdarahlp of Mr G II Th* aataTsaV.
FINE UQUEURS
Grand Murnirr
Vlelle Cure
Curaco
Dubonnet
Shrnley's Rye
Gold Braid Rum
DESSERTS
Custard Powder
Royal Puddings
Black Grapes
White Grapes
Apples In tins
Apple Sauce
Carr's Biscuits
Kraft Cheese
Hill AKIVVT
MMII.S
EASY TO PREPARE
Shredded Wheat
Wee; a blx
Grape Nuts
Quaker Oats
Farex
i'.M um
Calves Liver
Danish .Bacon
Anchor Milk
f J. N. GObDAKD & SONS


THIRSDAV, MARCH 21). 152
IIARHMMIS ADVWCATK
I'M.' 1 \ I
Government Paying Too Much
DEATH BY
mis\i>\ i:\ti in;
\ i. ,
irerdiel of
i. 1. W-.I
Irui 'A" when the i
earning tha iitv.tii ol
Grant (43) o; Bey Land. S
li-ose matter*, and m he saw ~tt '" M,cn*el- wus ""uded yaatariHj
..nythlnjc
OOM 00 tin- OORMt basLs unh-*s
they were divorced from peatttca,
He observed Out in the ele-
mentary n-hool.s Ou-v were teach-
ing elementary Spanish n d , WUU1U 1(W
I-ulln. ami he (;.. I wh-m i food suthorlties that many of the panics and very bad for business
masters have never learnt the Hnn Mr C. D. L Pile said he nria.Mil mfcl
MUSCta, and had therefore to take BMredatad ll-" trouble which thr II. again re .'erred to the u
private tuition in order to teach Hon. the Colonial Secretary had Lwn "I irrigation and itrmn.lv .11"......"
the children. It seemed to him a token in giving his long and de- urged govern meni in Biv.- im- l' '
i the Budaei n...u:.i., .,-,..u- *. ...UL **! M*M *$ an
rraa* rage 3 Hon. Mr. Hulson enquired of the placing lUrl,ilans m senior uo*i-
fu* i tbt lmiial Sectt-Ui .mi think the time
rOTMri whether the new landing fees were n*d l-uum- *lien iney had a sufliv-
f. om politics That was ruining ' operation at Sea well, and Te- >" number of Barbadians to nil
aHie Rtrid I.-.I.iv Hurt vag ;u.j 'ii'ing ti> the question of (actor> ''P !'> If Uiey lot good men
much politic-* introduced In all Prn)evls he corroborated the Ob- ' the top. the lime woul.i
servalion made by Hon Mr Cuke when by their example, Barbadl-
thal it was often found that the re- .<"4_ would rll themselves for top *
(or replacements positions.
U/.i before the replace-
ment wa completely effected
Ox the question ol taxation, he
Kpiesseil Ihe begM l.i.a the mm-
pany tax would not be increased
Four More Treasury
Wit nessesGiveE vide nee
3'In Civil Servant's Case
turned a
i i.entuii'
.1 D-
ktaff
1 I H Si leg* referred
the increase in social
r tne la*l i MrMV
sioas .-huuUi
!. asked whetlii-r it Ml
-t..it government could
the Mrvlcea, at the
wrong: and serious waste of tailed exposition on the Budget
money, and when one considered and congratulated Hon Mr Cuke
that there were four Inspectors of speech and observaUons-
elementary schools, and three ' s-'<- ,na< wa not U* nn,,-
motc to do other inspection, the llmr lhl lh.' Council was indebt-
'eaults were not what Ihey should
be.
Mr Cuke for raisins points
of importance
Referring to the points raised
l>\ Hon Di Masslah on the ques-
tion that the important thing was
and that people should
be '.aushl subjects which were
going to be useful to them in their
;.fier life The whole Oung was
haracter and training which
He did not propose to say any
more on the subject although
there was much more he could
say. but he hoped that he had said
enough to make the people roalise
that they wee facing* a disaster.
He very much liked to hear that
Barbados had a reputation for
education, and would therefore be Wl,uld~ help "to develop useful and
very pleased to sec that it was tf00 keg*. nting mi the education
Mission To Puerto Kic. vota fa. lha raw Hon Mr We
Hon. K. R. Hunte urged that said it was inevitable that the rOW
cove,,, h,,d -,d. ,- .u,;;,";t."S'
THE THIRD DAY'S HKARING in the case in wlu.h
Gwendolyn Cr-ni was taken io Carlo. Smith, .1 Civil Servant of Barbarees Hill, si
rlogplta] oat Marol MiduM, is charged with three counts of falsification of
j;, ';" ,h; '- count of larr*iiy as a Public Servant. i
"'""' unti of embezzlement as a Public Servant, was o i-
nag | .slerdny before His Lordship the Chief Justi.,
:^i.TpaTSr5E\ '''""'"' " * Coaa "f *"* SeMions.
Four g tm of the Public Treasury gave ,.
dence yesterday and when the Court resumed hearinc in
himhrl Mi Eric Amen continued Ml evidence Thil
and *,'w'3rad '"'"'"' ,he '""' 1"">lh" "' witnew. called by the pr,
I ?rrS55T*JSSn? S.JS: '......^V '"'' '-'' >< < * The Police will (Wl their evlde, (
i "... had ta mS,r "''"'" "' h"n""- wl M hn further hearing reaumea.
. rAsxe
2355 ZT..... ^rj-'ssASr
H i- T i ""' derwaad w .....uied lo check ill.- caih al in.-
n,f, waa no way """ M ttiHiI nn| iim......
'' in 'pen.ii- i......, no. i,, ... lt ., ,. chactod lha aab ,.t ui,- ...
~en, year. He .aid ,- ... 6" ^^
Spinal \n ., i lu, '. lie u>ed lo chnVlhecaall ..
!hev ""'-"-* "~ l'1 L Maasiah Mid UI..I lie "'" " **,,d "lal a'ler lb* ..m...... .i.cuKd aril
m mm?
d be able lo meet ,,,., .i,- _. ._ .*._------- ^_TT nwtai. i.t. tk. ^.^ ll -ippcared that oq April a b.. -
not correct and he M
nd that out and ma 9iaiA
the expetniiture
easin gajjjItM u rTLTlaaaatah Hid;"ihat ne "' 'hat aJlar the"oi
told (he deceased she wouU liave v- m^{ l" 'be
I !
M..11I, ll aha was admitted to the *"" ,*" clerks would remain In
Hit- H.i'imal .in,! loon *'''' ' ""' Aoountant would
the linTsan i thev" had" tiu'rmr ''u* ;h(- * '" * roam he ad- J*na late The Clerks eould ,
l ten veara There wa an ,,li"t*"'r'*'l "Pnl anaesthetic to *nd leave the Veountant thi-re .
" " the deceased, hut shortly ..f:.. lb. 8oma ol Uta Clarka had access t All,"'>
i-er Inerenflng budget of
ston to observe and study the
ifl.mi had
it. her heart, pulse .mil
i stoppad Kfl
tale the deceased
but these proved fnntk-
Dudlej Gn
ha
key lo ti -t,-,-i
I ..
ard, Any ofltotr who
leal i..In :
la t.. do
.ands .f th>
Hospital would be placed
and he thought
approach by Puerto Rko to in- PopuUtlon. andjfter . education -on to
dualrial developnu-nt which was *"- h* KflK^WS "t?n- ' which
so different fom the general atti- K^SnSi' rniia-ed n ?i3S <>" ^ M-aSah tod ,n?nJ,.?S ^'r^ *"$**" H b
Ad ipproach IB Barbados to ^TJ^.^.Vr^rt nn. f(p m1(| [hm ^ e-e^c. ..d that on March 14
this verv im..rlant mailer In wcre n<".**.'. Pf?.__ ......- ._ lew ther*. seaa i. J,,-,..!^. ' ta*''" >" the Gem..... HoapitaB
Puert.
was
and t
persons imwmsmm ..... * oe 10 see wi> ir-------------- .
T^S**?^ Aat the Gove.n.nent th(> people who had lay the w-, ^^ mtroducfd Mlld ul. hcr u^^. Dr m.^ ^U hg,
of Barbados make it a point to inundation of mny^ mmyjie ., flsjde |h fa ,h t|l-. fc, w S3aS
se-nd a group ..f persons includ- whn. they ''"',,7^; "^StSr ll" no* l ,hl' * <' "" "l'"-'">n at t) -..,.,
Ing some of the leading politicians teachins. but by their akaractar. UHich ora| Prenrtli (ucn a ^^ HoapiisI
to that country |o observe the As w^Jh*n,Ku 2 Jel u,d ** "-P1**^1 oy >* n Mnr' ' he was present In 0n * >"t occ.si,
general attitude and enthusiasm Fund he *,d, hnmu_Jwmu "Jj which wwld be more beneficial, the Ward Whan his wife was taken ''nrned v^lh hi.
which was so evident among the the Idea "( WWni money aay Tho pyeaident Hon. J. D Ctond- -------"
people. from pfivale individual* and.put- ^ ||ri( ^ .ha. u ^ |jot (,k.
Kni-lish St.indard Drops "M "^CHM 'nol^nartieular ? IW !",;,' ''"" * u**'1*^ *> I""d thai ih
Hon F. C. Hutaen, followinVthe <>ve.nment W^J^ Hon 11 A. Cuke for
ant back ;
would
He then
Checked the cash
Ma muM have checked withou
to the booh -tod ou goin
UOd tli.it the cash w .
Ah.ii he uaad to check Ui
oaafa he would fo lo lha vault. H
isill"" I
he waUh
ppioiaMd i
.nil-.
lead of Hon. Dr. Massiah. said that
In regard to education, while the
new subjects like Bpu
lattln wore brought into the curri-
culum of Ihe schools
language of English appeared to
be less satisfactory than It used
lo be.
He wanted to enquire of the
Colonial Secretary whether Qoi -
eminent was of the opinion that
the change over to the
jecis was benellbiig the children.
Hon. Dr. Maaalah had spok-
en of supervision by capable
persons at the heads of Clev-
rnri.ni department*, but his
. mm, because be knew
[ida, people who kept
The President Hon. J. D Ctond- Up to lha Surgery. A few minute*
taken us ha am
tm a imad to ee
kindly him. lAtar to was told thai hn
that
urculaling lui
their m..ne1t.>ok a g.^ d.al more St|(r(j w((h rrnue h(l ,n_
care in spending It than govern ^^ mernbers to review the lst
> ,( it.-., had a flve y**r a H was the commcr-
Apart from that tlu > had ^ n, |(,
^ *^."nd prrcedlng flve years and get an
lemorandum and wif,- ,iie.| while Uikinn
Ih ->i.lii DOt lememtier If W1
Money Cheeked *'* ""'Itnl on April (1.1945. while
was alua.vs their when the " w>i ""ere he dm not see any-
i were made and thenivoi plajrlm bOUth with iH>t>
hecks while he was on leave M ' k nOaW the vault riom
the accused ,,na he h,,d '" l""h '"" h '" w "
i help with vai'11 Therr ' '*ble near ti-
the cash. When the trays of v-u't d""" '*r currency clerks.
bj v.ie ehaekad mav were " dM ' '"'^^ tor $io,oo*i 1
cad igadn In lha vault The) '"' i"'o ihe vault.
aled bundlOR of money weie not "e used to check Ih^ cash of
;h< i
lh> Surgery
that, they had
ie which was sup-
ported by a smgto industry and ^ ^ _
"Ijidy Nelson" \\ ill
Arrive Sum 1,11
OA OUBAlf
occaAiojt
a
e
on Acds at ihe
taacUnq AtoAM
>g ine oan.it..-..-. ii --- wn#_ :
.^1 and wise when times were, Jjen it
ln""1 inw iood to try and put by some re- *
... -rid concededI that after mxmmX ,houW Mk to ^
all. lha, cou d not suddenly stop h h revenue from exVlae.
nil the r-eial services and other
things far which they had mad
i nubble
Dangers
He nflshtnl out that there
had suggested. It was up to
the individual u> carry hl own
reeponslhllity, and this was
not being- done today.
"It Is quite impossible to BUper-
vlse evervbodv." Hop. Mr. Hut son
said. "If you are going to do that,
in many cases you bad bettei >i"
eU That is one
thing which should be taught In ..- k -
that Individual dangers however, because he knew
people, whether 'hex be workmen that it was the well-known desirt
oi (rtberwlaa, -hould have a sense of governments to taKe ail mey
of responslblUtv and not be de- could when they could, lie re-
pendent on supervision" ferred to the note of "l
Ueferring to technical educa- sounded by Hun. C. H. bvei>n
UOO HOB Mr Hutson drew atten- when the Council discussed the
Uon to the fact that the matter Equalisation Fund Bill, that gor-
was under consideration. nd *M>* emment could at any time send
that that aspect of education down a Resolution to spend money
would also cost a great deal more from the Equalisation Fund, and
monrv. He hoped, nevertheless, added t*>at that was a danger
that In ipite of the cost, it would which should be watched.
favourable consideration Turning lo the point raised by
when it rune ba#Dfa the legisla- Hon. Mr. Cuke in connection
tun-
lha s irraj Ikmrd. Cashier at about 3.I& p.n, and on
ard cheeked the m I Cash Statement ItoCOrd >*"' UD Out OBIO. He tlUSUtd tlu
ii bundle of DaOBOJ > lulh-w Uie -'^
examined with lha label and seal cused lo see If he had put up the
The silver was also checked
When the money was replaced A clerk eou*d not have placed
be vault, the bundles of notoa a bundle Of notes into his pocket*
n each other, without being noticed On April .
from im.'. hg did not PM f.
with bulging pocket*.
1-aU-K Kepi
W....." -HI be leaving Btl the amm.,,1 JJf were kept", ai'ul *****
rCOat port on Monday nlthi iur Canada '""" ih. Savbiej Bank A chad
remarked that excise, the eta the Ititusn Norihem Islands was issued for the amount teeelv-
thlrd principal source of revenue. She is consigned lo M ssi, (iardi- c,i ''J" rt"" Treasury to the Savings dun, the aftemooi
Ined the same. From the ner Austin k Co., Ltd Bank clerk. Tho cupboard was one with
Bach am BOW raeatVOd bl the *>>ves and everyday the Casbi--.
was checked ami there u**l to wt between 12 noon
... mistake about the -l,d l P ">" ***n iuw"
ent euntriH could not denomination ol the note Exhibit * his cash from the Cashier.
The It MS. Lady Nelson' Is * stacked on each
seen that customs f1xport*d *<* afrtva here u ased from three B,,ll*h Uuiaiia via Trinidad, "" 1"1'11 "" OM OOtOI m i,-.-
nuusm dollani to four million ',' V Vloeeni mi Sun- "' than if there were no odd
"u ,LV?"y."ui. Tri.iVies ,d,, dollars. Income tax had In- ^ _' "'l "ugar and molasses r"ll" bundle of note-
>da. bioken. There
seeni" to welcome companies ^
..ng to have reserves. It was a
experience In the milter ;,t.,, eUrtOUl altitude of mind
was that it was quite impossl- for now nunent to soy yes, 'give
ble to rsrrv out supervision on
the scale whleh Dr Mas-lab
took it away from wm^ ntIon
l the money and let w: keep It.' memorandum' In the budget, thev
froni'^Kn Were w-mpd lhmX !**** "'"'- Wll>
i"
hi i.i' rare ## i# niism
hKST (Allll SI/I VIEWS
LYl.XV #.V STATE
and
*'# 'JVJOt, I f- ## i-:ssi\
Ills I til XI VII -.1 t
KING OBOMI VI
KNIGHTS LTD.
that

"3..5ij*iOT,SS2 S-" >h'b^ra Sm> T*>, '" '"'^""' "" """ "U""'V - ^ """ Um- "* J""'"" ^
led wisely in P""'"* ^y wm. on shou,d ^ ron,tdorM riOV.. k.ul to pruB|lcrlly
nanlji
ay Hoaw
Housing
Observing that theig- was no
rnonO) Ineluded In the Estimates
utuing ihe work which
was being carried out by the
Housing Hoard in connection with
people getting bigger salaries for
less work. Hon. Mr. Pile said that
thai was happening everywhere.
and was happening even ii
England. He said that people out
ban were only amateurs to the
procedure
Hon Mr. Cuke had said there
the Homing Programme Hon. Mr. were pressure groups, but he dio
Hutson referred to the adverse not Know what Mr. Cuke meant,
comments in the Other Place about ,. thought thai they were veno-
mal-administrallon ai-d expensive tn,,us groups, but that thev might
work, and said he w<. Id be very ^ Well-meaiimg. Hon. Mr Cuke
POCHfclCARTOON
h. OSHMfl I.ANCASTfcK
rruit*
Ol Id.
in, dees
rsisr or ii he iuit i
*e tynditated cm
ihui ihe finglih .
r*r undrritund I "
"C" the Petty Cash Bookhad The accused hud 14 days' leave
,-'inu raised Qetatls of the Cash which a|>p.i.r- " ' dunng his ubseiiee some*"io
DM rnarabara, tha ed in Exini.i. K.iiihi- c deputised for him.
ri s -! ' Bald that with h,,uiiiiii..i> KxhH.it (; it .i known in the offlce thai
ngard'the t ivil S,-ivaiu.- |,i lloU's were going lo be
iHiiJir.g ihah weight, n could be || was lha Pi ad on hit* I, iwi He un-
dos had allowed iu service to sink WaJeott Mr. Amory said that going to issue new notes. New
v leva arhanll exhibit G" ihowad tha lOUl notes were not Issued on May 1
man If mi laornlnd "f April To Mr. Heete Mr Amory said
they had .spent money snrUar, b. shdiUdl 'C" howed the total that the accused left the Depait-
has n ultl tiV I M .' ltd would Ih- taken OUl Ol the vault mi A|iul 0, ment on June 8.
showing Kiii.,.1, i.ii. BahlUi r- showed alao Oivlnf andanot aftej
i.. .ii llugli .! ul.hi .mi ti. i"
l the morning of April 0, for Uie last eight years he worked
in the Treasury. Smith too work-
Kxhibil '<;" ' '"' Treasury up to Juno
, 1|H. ,.,,, u n IM Smith was PayingTeh.
Vwhihii r" r u.. ""ib h ""a Raeaivuu Tcll--i
. Ith left In JUM lal and I
!.. .ii,- ii ihi
istely only two of the posU ol boOk-Ehlbll 0' I g Sftft\S iS
iDfpMtaTa had been lilled. And locke,! in the vault e and got Uie key o
like those, there were man. posts This book was kepi In the Tsd- ,(',.,. el .dnn.'l.
In ihe Estimates which had not h**J ,'"*'' lie opened '.he steel cabinet and
been itueu and others which had The licks on the page, of Buhl- ,,,K ,,., L, ,, v 1( *here ih-
only recently been lilled. Bo it bH "0" wen- made toi chaahlni U and l notes were, a bundb
was not altogether correct to look He could not say who made the ||,. closed the cabinet and i
i.l the Estimates and say that aucn Chech. The hsft hsndsida of Bghlbll lurnetl to the cage.
and such an amount had bean "G" showed Ihe debits <" lha day Ha < ul Hie tapes of the bund
He said that the figures before What
them only pretended to show the with
amount Ii ,>( IHB.
necessarily the amounts spent To
refer to the Education I >-
nenttai had, iw^'n man
ind it had
been indicated that the results
were not forthcuniing. [nil until
He
look
latad
morning of At" I
Lay thai Inj rallai
HARRISON'S B,ood si.
IMIIIIIII < I.M.
i u inrnovi i> s. miii.nr
i HlMOis LEATHER
no; -oiiiAi-
Jr>
DM nol hMHM slimy
DnI not lie come stilt uliei
I-. -oil mid oh.,i.i, hi use
ll.is no thin patches
Possesses a loii|> life ol useful service
nmenl
, but he
Kelern
pah] he
. ..-rv to know that the. was msl- had also said that G>
sdministration of pubh funds cu|,, (lo noUung almul It, nut ne h ,. ., .
jTny.vary gorry U. hink u,a ., Wl i.t.m logical con- 2J^h^bTdisat;on iSfJ.? Im'
^f^'^'rVs ild h"",!l l" ,nJl ThBl GoV,'r,V,n*nl Increased taxation. They were
wait for the Fiscal Survey to dc t prossure?" Ho pending wea OVer a million
rathe, a grave [,
Government
.il Survey to de-
ride whether there should be any trioii'tEht thai it
money or not. because In the LI,.,.,,.IUl, ,hal
meantime, several members of the ^^ , fej,,. pressure if they
Staff of Ihe Housing Board had wanU.d to.
very little to dc i[P was VCfV glad to
It was very bad that plans ,,.,.llk> liuide bv u,,. Ho,., ihe
agreed lo should not tie ""l"c- Colonial Bocratary about leave
montOd until late in the year, with ^.^ge^ ailtt (hat they had taken ferctK
make it possible for vj^qiis
go abrood on leave
____ spent on such an item.
With regard resistance of pres-
K to subsidisation, he ,un', he could smile, mi.i-I .,'.
l the lime had rueftifly, because. strangely
~ ci.jugh, the Secretariat ha
sometimes resisting pressure.
As regards the general altitude
BB
ubatdjaation
d he
eould not even agree with the ,he populut
towards work., he observed that
; increasing l.y
holce of the items which were ImP i"d bound-, and it was
subsidised. the interest of all commuiutic. n.
An Inatanca was the subsidlsa- 'his island to puli lonether and do
tion of rice He said that rice their best for thi- Island
hould not be .uhsidlsed in pre- whole.
to Hems Hke.gTOund pro- He said It was true that this year
new
'I wa- in charge of the cash
'he vault and OsnaHnW I
.new when the cauaed took mil
ajfa Or when cash m *
0$ the acouaod or by anyon I
I could not -...> when the 12.000
a'Bs taken out of the vault on
April 6. IMS." Mr ARM
he Court.
Mr. Amory further said thai b
luld not say what dcnomnian ,, if ..,,, bundle.
in note the Cashier had mi Aim il tundla contahtad 15 notes.
I 1943 He di.| not keen 'r, n lie then nl a
il and then discovered that haVb
i of being *:> notes, the bttndUi
notes He looklil
nut fin Mr Amory but (U
: ill lie bIW 0(1 II g handle Ol
nob in lha dravMl afler replm-
iM the I.del and tapes.
II. i |0I Bk kaj again. He
from tho
.illie side i.f (lie > teel cabinet
Me returned to the ,ge and CU<
*I-
ith
.,l:,\,:r"nehiher,;.'fon. j-g%ywunrusss? ?m *"*-* u,
fKSghi it would be letter if gev- Sg* their V.^pahl. Th" SlS, ^t^LT9U ^5 f0"* bu' tn* t"^
ernment could give consideration burning question UWni !?d w?nrotSn Thev eeadd ln*t >''" U" %h* constructuw of
to the work earlier '"order that CWl] s.T.ants'aud he eounaalled S^ttir^oannirl^^ m ^tionaJ 52 houses al tha co,t of
it could be carried on throughout U| (, wAf nfrMury l(| ,he|n ;'mlpo^J| ^"Visl, pgrk *ief *,lu"" '"' "M
"iCL ,Ke ,-nhlMne which was Dao Sr t .rlseP with houslnV w ^''L ** ^^^ to Put b> get they were sulldling earbo- ''"d*d to carry on until Capital
i^n.!?tioi"of"landI which was '.,,n' .SCMiSn. ,. . .*. hvd""- *""- "" * Produ, Worha Programm
nZi nnw h the increase In pop" Ho" ,Mr **"' ,^W th,,t J*1? >" Barbados In another form. with the Fiscal Survey was ready.
li^PTo cow wTlh the present M-.ner they faced the issue which one wtnt mto tne voI(1 of At , ,hp Vlrlor|J1 Mnr!
UnMsln.^pop^laon. theyPwould gffijfj&jgV&iflU r,cVtf a1 "* ***'*' '? T?" """""""* foot budge was
Tha
area.
Kr Aerkullural , lhf >poi, wha, hc u.Tm.
pnKlucllvp p*- ^ ^e Mttllurie aaainst thrifty
unp would lolruduce Hip
He -aid thai Oma
olhei
n h.iH
One had only u drive around ^
"S5S TTJ! kS P*"!"""- >. '>" "r hoped lhal emciint. h.'rd"workIn" burtnia'- "n "ranted a drlUln. plant
Tk a* mrnrni "methln would he done to re- men. Ha deplored the method ol 'ind*r c D w '' ""d II
mnaenaer u> ti.<
..... ill Sniltli. Smlti
ii.' laid sinlih thai ho had I
a on piga i
Itlful tin- si' u-ilh
Motor Cars, Mirrors. Windows
and Glassware, Household
Paintwork Etc.
SIZE 22" x 18l/j"
..III. HI 1 Ills l.llll
HARRISONS
Hardware Dept.
Tel. 2364
the
ho
tor boBdlnr purporo ,.,in the .tatt of the Department everybody fchvUM b tarDH tH ""M ""^ dMermlne Ih
a int.. with whlen he wm in (.^inno nf. f0n that it would be I Covemment control, an.l aave an amount ol stream water ani
campWae dM>reemrt, aaaa nre.,1 .lisa.ter ir they loM the me. ,..mp|e In which he tild that .. whether it could be .ucce.1,,1
one which would reBeot aaaaa , Ihat branch of the Service company had lie.^1 thinking- U i-xtjoil.-l There wa-
in derreaaed pradaictlaai. It w. the moat importanl d- i,,vertln money in rertaln Ba- lt,al Development for which
They wanted to et over that parlment In the ..land Hon Mr ,n,rv !,, after a careful con- ,, w aiiocatlo., f.
and the Board had under cnn.M- Pile laid, and it waa fortunate ..deration realised that, what ,,
anttoa Ih. traction ol two itorey that in that depsrtment they had wuh control., there would be n J ld ,h .,h
bSaSna to be divided Into four people who to addition to havlna actual Kail,, and had abandon.! ..!Hn""' "* -
flair to be hou^ on the same nood scientlllc knowlrtfe. had the prolect. ""' '"" "",'h ' ""' J
amount of land onainally intend- common sense approach to He said that there was trie In- v,*nHiiure. It waa related to a
cd to carry one house He hoped things. creasing pooulation and It wa- **" ey'cnt to the cost of lmi-i-1'
that It would not come Into con- He again emphasised the nece.- onlv bv Increasing efficiency and which like the price of araatai I '
flict with the Hoard of Health, and sily for attracting good men to looking for new means of em- Incre-red enormously within the
that It would be possible to Im- run the various departments, and ploying the people that the In- nai decade,
plement the scheme "aid that while he agreed with 'cease could he handled ft wa' Tfca mil was then passed
CURTAIN
RAYON & COTTON CURTAIN ...T
EXTRA PROTECTION... EXTRA OIL ECONOMY
(cSf ^ EXTRA MOTOR OIL
TUNE IN TO THE TEX BENEKE SHOW TONIGHT AT 815 P.M.
A really btautil rltll .1 i.atlcni iuiui;
1! ui"! u nice silky h l.i Gold, Tant>r. Blur. 1
Ran
III inches idY I-er yard
:ili Inches wide IVr yard
nigh
and
I.II
f'IIKTONNCS. ZC ii .lie. uide.l'rr yard
M in...... idr. Per yard I.l:
IN inches .vide IVr wird S2.27, S2.23. S2.IH1 4V I .
PSINTSD TABU ( I "Tils B"
45"
-1 1.....1
45'. Kach
I in
CAVE SHIaPHERD S. CO.. LTD.
10. I!, 12 & 13. BROAD STRECT.


p.vr.F six
IIAIWUXK lutol ,11
Till BSDAY. MARCH 20. H32
CLASSIFIED ADS.
I'lULH MMMB
mtPMONC 150S.
I>IH>

IN Ml MtlKIAM
Talk on Mtorad u> OM< MmOM
4aon our ra.thl. rmirar WT'll ***
Aha unc *.. :...*. .-t **; -

who deport .d itii1
M
M 1
1
Vow can < ever fotgr*. hei
Altray. r-iml-M h- her chlldrei
Raryl. Marian. Agatha and Frank
Rail* (Grand child' mili-l.
.'l|tMMI
I OH SALE
ALTO MOTIVE
Ti, ,g HP. 4^1
mg lader Pbonr
--1 workl _
xi nP. . A I
...rrpklrh MT-
i ... | H ..,
Off.*.
It 1 U-l
CAR ltd* !' "I
Ei..ti-M condition
Ring * ~r W
Wi MoTTI. 0*1
1B0O mil*..
Appl*
MM I
If Mill I l1*" "Onel
.r tReed
nith EMI'-dTI
or Phone M7
II9U-
l'i \l ESTATE
-
pran-aw*
FOH ItK.VI
TAKE NOTICE
RENOWN
- tMlill'lll IBM MM
TAKE NOTICE
ALL THAT Tenantry known a.
"Alk.. Tenantry" ronlainiM about
ATM el land ,i'n .led a. Ea.1- Hall
F-,t pai.iuiara and term* and condition.
of Mir apply lu in* under*tg*d.
Tnr above win ir "P '<< *ala am mil
OfBr* on rrkl-y U* llt day of MBi"
IT.." ..I ? *l R_
fAPtmitCTOM *MALY
Lucaa Street
II r M-tn
HEAIH COTTAGE o.
perfect bol
i
EMM' per *_. At*rl
people Api.1 Beacriki
BUILDING 1IPOT A de-robi* bul'd
mg epot aitiialed at Britten* Hill n*
| Mr Maurtr* Cavr. overtook-.* tm
Rorklrv Ooll Coura* and NavyGarde.*
oanetMiear of *ppr*itn*err HW*^
r l-etna. particular*, appti M
W Cot bin. e o T CJeddr. Oral.I. Lid
. ...a a*4 ISl
HOUSE llome.Uad '. Uppt
Road, lh,mi and Dinm* room*. 1 ban

HOUatl Brand nra. ample- 1 bedroom
TRVCKS Two Fordlm Thamr. Won
Truck, in rood working order Dane
gadR* .000 MlM*. Tor Urtk^-i' **'>
living room, pan verandah, hilcn*^
ulil-kr room t*ara*W. laundry. I
uninl roam* and atorag* toooa under
vin .tlracliv- hl0.ida ute. Roc*-* Hj-l
A Baitin CO. Lid. Dial *
mbJic ara h*irb> a.rrd aa-ar.-i
rrrtit to my lf MMMIi
nr.;--....iii a> t do not hnl.1
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
M.
ULADON
y c*.
a r s.. r.r.A,
, o>ii-i:iiii :v>- li*T-
IN(;. U.WATH AVAH.-
ABLt:.
FOR SALE
Two
VAOXMALL 1 F.IX>X MODEL CA
i m xal* and -rr J'nwara.
.,-...! a
SOU PARXIL. Dalmoial Ga>. Ha*Un*.
Mandlnf M B.i -" " ' **
TWa hum nmialm lour t*Trm"i"
S.ISS* ..." ... -;
Ihro-lhwut. -arvariU roum. and <*""
TiMMCWn B> pt>olntmarl. prionr TIT1
TM - wlU b Mt u lor "I
.1 public roinprtrtMm *"iJ-ri:
o., lha S1 d.y M Mairh at i" OftV
' .'.!iw t. ftFAIV

a. inaH Com i Tnal Tha RKNOWN MHIRT a> GiAjt-
aStI naiirii MFNT MAXUrAcTmiSO COMFAT
L^rT^ToT*,'lx'vrr" <"'' dulr.nr..p..T..t.-l
n.a Colonv of Trlr.idad A- T**a.
iT. n- .^Tlw. Oa..n..t M.n.f^u..,.. -I. t,wda or
** i-.urd ("> tha ii.tn>iion
I Hacitar
. .,,.. and
i
^obtb fro- ihr lm -.- j.1 Man*
-.II..- ir-on -"all m w*
!,!* aivr r-.t-rr L. di.plR-X* rr*
-
nit. Tba if-d> maik ran ba *
. Ttkl-MM ">
-
rURNaSHEn FIATwit'.
Lanan Oood Saa-bwUtu i
oarnculara. Apt!
Coral Banda Wotimnc.
fMSM i
MAWUH. J*U-. Two Madroaov'
Diaink h.Kxn. Dntwlnd ilanm and yaxiai
TAKE NOTICE
LUMINAL
., wMllttOPITEAKKS INC.
iOt.ition or**iH'ad and ..i.lin in
i. St,t. Dala.ara. Unilad
r. ol Amcrtca. Um.lXtufara. J-noar
hi buainaaa addiaaa i law Broad
. M Votk. Naw Vork. VIA.
Na- M.-larn flat on BKi. Watrr* T.
at* npacldui cnpooard. mod--
ntchan and plumbim. 'unnlnc *a'
n all badtooma naa. to Kovkla* Baa-
3
KI.RCTKICAL
k> inada by
11'i.r-v L-ivat .
. A Co LM
HMTTBY UTTB Anothar (
al arrlvad. Tn paimiar
A :i">Hal q ii.ti'v I* C
t A. C LTD D rUKNRUU
1 l>\ I -IMISI. IMH -I
.
I
i.iiniiu' In"" rrl>i
., ,. ..
in., at ll.lv*.
rat Mas *
rt.. Din.n* T-bla. **1 Ma- IlraaaMB
T-bl M Birch Dilidi Oiait. us p*
Ciaat or Diawara MS Raay_f.-haif.BBJ
4
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Cadai

LIVESTOCK
MECHANICAL
AI'CTION
CABB Kard Sjpri
n.Kl.1. Fufil llupar
__ 1"' j I ''''
"w ara m.tiuciad b
laavii.a tha i.land.
htcln 'a* .aW >
'raia on
da Lu.' 1M
Lu station
Na>tvA*rd haad
tha ownrr. who
t .,., BMN
iiKtlan -t Mac
rtda> IW
JOHN M BLADOS CO.
n Thundii'

,!..; MJ I I
Bi inatructwin* Iron, in*
Co. I *Hl by aurlior
,w%t m* Mirrh H I P
Oaraa il> Naw Morrt. O
S",,*VI
Cl.tj.lrr in i-'f".-
Dodia Pickup, ai-d Hi "___*_*"
?,*rf All Ih- aboA-a ran ua inrprcird -
tha abova Malaga. Tern* "*__
IIAW'V A BCOTT.
Auou N- I
II 3 M n
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
III' KND MVDIIAUIU" HOWS
UmKad (' .ivuil.iblr. .aeur*
i (VH'HTr.SY HMIAI.1. Dla)
MISCKLLANr.OUS
'HAItTS ol Barbaddd.
I India., fiuadrUnipa. to
, A Co Dial 39*1.
j
iill*l-* '">ni ... ,,p. TraUmanU Itr.
Rtt IW-*. A Tal Card- Blbla Ho..-r.
'-llrrl
14 1 U fin

i OttM-a.
'-i"
turda
i "U:si 1 .i a nil i Kr.ll k St,. '< . .,,
iiiKI \ ., milt '< ran fir 4031 W.I III*, nit ir 1 M
I .... T
1
.....N I...... Qi Cti -
i 0 built Mnnr houar near
leadina
TiWi-d varandahi. dinin
'


bi.lldlna ii hi
i...I, ., .. .. .
i. ,....! l.ft.
IIAIIUA
. Qdddaa Qranl. Ltd
! piaa . nhuiu *J
IMPIM k Mtrirt Ih .1 .MHk 9) 1 *
JB i.Y c.*n Tr-i J. Ij, Guava JnUy
H POfd. Boas
tuck Btraat Dial MM 3* 3 S*-n
ii-..ii Ml HI i:.....
ndW
..,, ..... i
i m w.iii
tbt- h'lnniliiw

a 0")fi.i*n. k.'.i
| .' !(. l-.I-i.
BL.Ulk- Ht. I IdfWfMM
-1 i "- i.....t bgaM-
. I vary mrll plan.
: .-i it.rt .- .>t Ironl
and "H. t rwctoaart fj llama.
I .ul dining lODRi
'4rtMn*. kltclian and
-
- 4 ,
i HBI ftfl". ih Ava B|i*-
ti liv and wall
, ..(., i
- ,'t- of IXUf) aq
MAKfl U'KI.l IUEDUk it Nalura
( i.
Uaralioii. Kidnr, i.nd R nfUIrr l.-ai
md Riuggl-h Lhn Prlr* 1/- no*.
iibl.nt.alilr al KMliMT-- l.TII
wluilr., (Tool It
iMila and UtMdard niodal-.
pr^all., Ak-. Can Cnll-. I i
ll,.h. Wiipw. Huto-cioa. Btir-i

t..n. ISrr- l'i
aabrri sb IH tongva, t*..
Baga, Val\* Hubb'-t flM Hall Ngfa, l_Mga
Sboaa. HaU. Tannu Harkat rramr-
CfWtPf* BBOi Tt..lv H.tl..g A Wirkrl
kfaau.g aiavgg, rwflfll UiiUr A lnnr,
1. r-otdbwll BfoU < Laea.
J ra*a. OamMr.1
. ...iii Rail.. BaMlnfl Powdat
M. I H
10 inanllon
fair ii II* m Trimi Ca'h
VISCID
IG 1 ttn
i Mm; i in Ml \ i u
IIAMMLK
:>.. WIIMI
a- ILilrhlnao..
.1 i-nt Hill

aflWId and Pi..tr-1 Wara. Ci
4 0H ii. (llaaar.
) .naar BBdBM. Zapll

r
I

Vary Nn
& i pnatt Draw Ingi Houm
t'ura* t'abinal. Upruihl Chaim;
a. Mm.'
. i i
li.il'Mui and othar
tela 1130 o clock Tii
HRANKKR. TROTHAN
Aurtlunrrnt
W L*-itlr>'<
iiaaA Apvi
a w -ii
M>i nark lr Pa'l A ..( Rcgl">i "'
.at pn-parauon. for u In madk-iray and
pharmacy, and wilt ba ant I Had u. rt
tar Hi' ma after oral monin from
JOth day ql March IflH unlaaa -on
-
Uono'VVhrlhylrtraUon. Tt-a tradr marlt
rtr-W1 -prUratmn
Datad ihu 13th day ml ft
It r gift r
my oAVa
IU.LAJ-*
ida M--k-
I01B-1".
wv.Min
TAKE NOTICE
CHAMPION
n..-. -
a M-wi
. Mto or
U A .
in nap*>
uarklna
,it -
( uid"
. ar.ii*d
| ..... ,
, H. HAMMOND COMPANY, a corporation orgai
P...j;.\nTr^_^ i &&**&
. fn-ft. 1-wB-r-al. IJ !__ -** *l,r_etM"
____ praaarvad
| l*r irh. I...*, mm
I naaafrom. _' and aau.
aggMa rd bi- i i
.Ml. pauJiry. W*i.
i ih ,i
I yradiKt*. aa#aei_|i.
" III
.. i-.-i| .'
--i - i.i.
nd rondlrna-iU. vlnagkir.
-------AgB. dataa. raiuna. cod
la, dog faada. anna inawl. .>"d ) .-!!
-:. M -' 1 -' I' U Mf M "' ''
utfWJaiwa oap .... li r poiM id| ind --
anrt"-,ii*Tly arUBctal fartll:
. plr I
That VAN DEN BBRGHB iKXPOflT
IMrTTJl Brltnn Company, who-
mar m bmlnaaa addrr-a M (RMMrt
llo-iaa. Blackinara. London Cf
F. gi-nd Man-hanU. ha. appliad lor BM
uf a trada mark in Part -A
nl BaatMrr ki raapacl of maat. R.i>
pnurtr> and Bam*: maat axtracU. p-
arvad. dr-ad -nd xakM Irull- a. .
ragatabkx jalhra. Jama. asm. mil* BM
other dairy prod.-ru. adlt-fa- oil* BM
lati. prr-fvra. pick'*- coRar. U.'
cocoa, mgar. rtcr. t-pi.ic. aago. roll'
ubatitutri. Bout and praparalloni mafi
Iron, caraart. braad. !*.,.
mlkra. paat*- and ccmiactionary, ic*.
horav. traaclc. vaajl. baking powdr.
-...!. pa-pat vlnatrar. afiuc*-
, and will ba antitlad to rag.
trr tha aama after one month I
ISth day ol March. ItM
i.. r- rural it. ..i
and born ahavinaa.
Charmcala. aaparlally apat
and Mid.i :
imliri faad>. lot
aj> bara, aaap BA**>. liquid aoap
11> prrparallana. and datargar.'-.
nd ingfrdlanU lharaet. inclwdug
hnttl wOod aahaa. manma .al'-.
aulpburw arid.
ilphai*.
ikitaah. agrlruKural Ilmaalona. *>oir, mi.r.aia i
ilpfiala and pala.akim nitratr
In -renew.-, and lundKHira. partlc^.irl. arwfnala
i.cotlKa >..innate, and paradlrhlon*a>^ma.
Ii.n.tn.l MM ." IIMtaa and afctna. hair, featner.. wool, tana* h>
r.Mnal raaaaaa and rneanbraoaa.
Olura and adhaaiva-. includina" animal, bone
. of ammonia, amananlum phuaphac-
a tulphata. -Ipm-r
,tr. cppai-
laad. ralelum .
r-rtillier aaa-adar* -oil teitlnr
l'-n and rantnlna*..
am' will be entitled to ragi.iai tnr i&ir attar o
Mint. 1MB. unlaaa tarn* limn ahaII In tnr ml
In n.r at my oAVa of oppoaiilon of such regltli
ran on application at my orBcc1
Dated thl* IMh dav of March. It"l
animal gtand.
rnd NM> gnir-*. and vaaatabl-
hatrhart aviuiprnanl. bab> chick MM
aftrr one month from the lath day or
i bn
V.ll I.UMS
nf Trada Mark.
MlM
(hall i
the
K.M
m
HELP
TAKE NOTICE
BETAXIN
That WWTHPOP-yrEArlNS INC
ecaporalion organlMd and nlMUV Mai
ihr 1MB of th- "la'a <_*_"
\'. -,. whoae ttada or buUnraa *l,Tr''*
UM B.oad.a \.- __^"TLI21-
|H%BSaUiS
SkatS '--.-. Zwm '- --
HANAOBS (lacraifaj (af * Granana
I r. Lid. A G"l*'l ""'
Lppll<-anla murt gpply rradrnlla..
:rirf-r, age *" ".Mry "
u.trd l3.3.Sa--g"
vlna experience) lo -
MBBs
..... -nd pnar
a... and will ba entitled M rewielr.
the aama Itar one month from the Mul
ICaycB,
1J]J pa-irnrr Conk th gocl
lo* in. raau
H sa.an
tha
I n.. i
IMIIIJt XOTMES
NOTICE
JN notice in
,.'... ,!
iradr tnh
ran on i.ppucat'on at m> orncr
"i^fcJSa
.i
TAKE NOTICE
MEJ0RAL
'
l\* iv i ii
D
I '"r '
llflrala t
. .it;-.h *>** to Mat*.
II...:
I
- '
.. A.thln 14 l"r2P_:
.- I || . claii.
I mad* in iriprcl -
i 4th dav of Mawch IM3
II WILLIAM*
Reghlrar of Trade Mark-
TAKE NOTICE
CASTDRIA
ui rmu.iNr. pkoducts inteb
\-ATln\M. INCOKPOIIATTJ1 '
po.attor, orgainlred -nd BBMBMff MMta
Ihr Uwi ol the Sutr of Delaware. U 3 A
mf-cturer-. whoaa tradi
TAKE NOTICE
HAMMONDS ROSEBUD
That O H. HAMMOND COMPANY, a roipdratlon orBaturrd .nd rxl-tind und
tha law* "I the S4aV ol Illinola, United Stale* of America. Manufacturer*, whu *
tradr or bualnr** addrraa > Union Stock Yard*. City of Chicago. State of Illm.
USA, haa .ipolled for the rppletration M trade mark in Part. "A" of Ba*!t" -
n ri-|,-,i of rood producU and aubatimeeo .<-ed aa Inayodlanu in food*, a-prrk.il.'
i>,ir*ltig houar producU. mcludlnj Heal., prepared, cuakert. tailed, dried, core I
.wad. Iroten. and canned meat and mr.it product..
nd rabbin, and food product, dan. - i
reae. chile con rnrr*.- lani. horten*ni .
Inc. -te craorn. but-er. i. .1-.
i addraaa la 1M Altnr Btree*. Newark
New Jeraey. USA. ha. aptiiied lot
the regrutratlon M a trad* mar* IB Par
of Hrgi.ter in iwapart of prepare
* for the uM In medicine and phai
___y. and will a* entitled lo tegi-L-
the aame after one monih from the Mil
pay of March laM unle** aoma pen-.
aha II In Ihe meantime ivr notice B!
duplicate to ma at mv ofArn ol oppro'
Hun ol tueh reRhrtratlon The trad* mart
, .ii be arm on application al m> ortlec
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PAGE Kit.III
BARBADOS ADVQCATT
Tlll'RSDAV. MARCH 2, 1H
Know Your Football
l.uu- XIOff-titla
BIG FUTURE FORESEEN
Wrwm par* 1
I Wat they had
Bj 0 8 i OPPIN
. I Gale who is also chairman
mi. nival leeat they had bran (,f the Governing Body of the
piven that afternoon by the moat school, laid that it gave htm |Mt
.-xceller.t musical performer, pinaur to welcome His Lnro>
"I want to oay mv tribute to

Witnesses Give Evidence
In Civil Servant's Case
a> (rum Page 5
Whin lie had money io go to the|
I want to pay my tribute to ,h,D xtw Bishop to Combermere t open a bundle .upposed to Vault he handed It v
0">'
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Oc
3 -
Oe
-r* ?J*L*S? ^ruSTuZiSTST*: i^j-s-'i'S-SS Xsfi 2
i i. i In 1 limilinl h* v sururiMT'.
ponded whole-heartedly
hi
He
Vault unless he wan
in,: the Vault Clerk.
to the
went to
rompanv-
Oliver Twill
"And yet.. If thoae who love
the school and particularly the
headmaster, will pardon me, I
cannot help feeling this
elected to the freat honour i He )ook ou, th(, bundle ,nd
Bishop of Barbados. -howew Smith the notes. Later Cash Balance-.
-1 little thought." the Hon. Mr Am,.ry arrived. He spoke to To Mr Wilcotl: Accordinii *
V C. Gale said "that when I wu j^ Amory. During thi* time lhe books, the cash on April 5
a school boy and he sat neat to smith was outside the office nil 6 did balance. Mr. Smith. Mr.
me. 1 was sitting beside a future Amory got the key and went in Legall and myself knew the bottom
o
CK
- 4 -
kt> -*^---'"^JTTaaSnVT^B" Bishop of Barba vcr iwlB ^oil^tSt ,e of "" ' ><* * "^ Droud lo hav* returned ud spoke to him.
uVt irTzS wSrTwuTlM h-m h"* *>" "* He is a Bar- Amory had three other bundles.
I thought lo myself that there was badian bom and bred in this Amory look his bundle, and
logy if the country and by his endeavour has along with the other three, placed
* .(iteming
my
D
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Of
o
o*
3*
_____j j, going on asking for more risen to great honour in the them on a table immediately be-
end more opporlunities to servi church and I am sure all apprc- hind_hUcage.
the community.' elate very much having him here
He said that It would be meat to distribute the prixes."
nnproper for him to make any He said he hoped they had en-
<' of suggestion of his opinion joyed their musical programme,
at the present moment with re- n had been to him a great treat
sard to technical education. lo too* that they had in the
"There is a Committee of Gov- chool a lot of young musical
ment silling at the moment i talent. In iheee days of gramo-
phones and radios
few people who paid attention t
and mstrumenl.il
music seamed a thing of the i
played it it had not two oppon- would give to the technical edu- indeed to see what waa bemu
iblnution. Mr Bowen, Mr
Amory and Mr. Glttens knew the
top combination.
Re-examlr.ed: I balance the ac-
counts by books. 1 never check
TO-OAY i ahoundi from the cross-bar Into this very important matter. All
. A follows up from poullon W *> is *' l J0"*"^ ...
to position 2 and then passes to "* "f 'he most i^l^W .nstrumenls.
>** B But H si off-side because the 2SH2L Jl"^.. und'rU,ien
!| |* Ib.i nl.vM iw a -i-. wilhin recent years.

)>orieii
pig]
(b) Then
i *.o their i
i he if.
*c> T- t*
kick, n thmw-in. or whan
Jropppd hv the referee
It.ill llrliiiiiimI;i. : I rom
(.(Ml Post
Some pi nsly Hunk
thai .i .. ptayei h in an fltT-alfr*
Insj kicked
the ball against (fa-
ll :in off-side position 1*
.10' l"il bach on-siur
Not OfTside Bull Touchina
Oppunenl
done tn ihe sch
ngratul.i'..- the
heartily for the very
ed programme and
way Mr Hu-lson
MilUngton
label to look at the notes. *** a messenger at the Treasur
He went on paying money. At Smith was Paying Teller.
cne time he saw Smith come to As messenger he would go to tr
Amory. That was before Mr vault and take out book* in the
Charlton arrived. mornings He would go to ihe
When he wanted money to pa) vault during the day if books were
out. he would go for the key and required He was never allowed
* vcry lake out Ihe money. It was not to go to the steel cabinet H*
usual for the Paying Teller lo lell ,NS m*ii Jordan Smith. Amory aim
anyone he was going to the vault i^gall go to the steel cabinet,
f<.r money *hich contained the money.
#M_ I -II 1 *\. ,,e |U, Iherjur Mllen llut Treaaury for thr past Ifl
He Tilled out the cheque dated He had wen Smith go lo the vaull
April 5. 1945. drawn on the Boysl l'a>u.g TeaVr
Bank "f Canada. Apart from bringing books from
no look over the office of the vault. h earned notes and
the tame pnylne Teller he made a rough cheque* to the bank. The cheques
and Mr. check of the money in the box were sent by the Receiving Teller
and took ll lo the cage- The first ind ihe notes by Smith
4 had
boy. v.i
well rendei
who-
between him and the "goal catton to th* boy, of thU island
i ... in front of A. He said that the role ..f pro-
IwiH It must be noted however that uhet was not a role wfilch .. wi*
niE i:\IJ.-( a had scored himself .1 the man as a rule assumed, but h
second ..Kempt Instead of passing would venture to assume the role
>.. I! it asould hnve been a goal. of prophet for a moment.
The1 School Cref Before the prizes were disU-ii>- time there W*i any checking was vei was Paying Teller He look
"I ptopheay that the service uted, the headmaster's report re id when ihe Vaull Clark etwektd his notes of large denominations t*
of this school to the community .ind the nddreaaes given, the bcth. .1 cash. get them changed for notes
will grow in proportion lo the choir and violinists treated the To Mr. Wnlcoit 11 is very ran ,, ,lki denominations
Often defender deflects the Ideals which are found on the audience to nice selection of to have $2 notes In the Treasury To Mr Walcott: When I was not
an ball \Q an nttackci who would crest of the school." he said. songs. The boys sang with Ihe A Paying < ..shier dOM not like worktni in the agflM 1 'iscd lo sit
.....have been blown "off- He was moat gratified to see r.,i schoolboy gusto and the S2 notes. When he acts them hr (J| ,h tin ball having touched that crest on the prizes the boys bupibi of cheers fron. the audience 'ri'"s ' I** "' ,,f -hl'm "* quickly ( 5at ( tuuid not we ihe vault.
ui) He receives the b II (Urect "ic ;iUacker first he has been put had received, fir* "industna" was -n indicai,,m of the ihrlll ll
-'"ie Industry. God helped those who ,aw. ,1,
Ih.ie Li much confusion at to helped themselves and so long -,-... v(_l(_ _, ..
the application of the part of the as the school turned out citizens ._"" f{ ^ h,
which a player who is In who did not expert everything k?^ .^. LPhn,qU*. !.'
Me position but who does to be done for them but wen.- fi*'* **'n4V *"* ,hu, soloh-s
not aitempt to join play can be prepared to play their full part * *""" "* w lulB"1"1'
put bach if the ball strikes his op- in the life of the community. **ceived much applause, especially
.f-n-coming to him while then Ihe school would always gain Cummins when he played. "A
he is still In an offside position, that mead of praise. Then there Skipping Ti
Diagram three la g good exam- was "HumanltaU: humanity." by D. Evan:
Uda Let us studv it l*hold I am among vou and the played to time well
death m the community is sound- After the prises were distrib-
A shoots at the goal D runs d. If there was that loving kind- uted and the Lord Bishop h l - 1 Ml 1 .i.il.w livi -*- *. ...
** I could not see what was pul in c
:md can therefore score u po.l (rnn pr*iti*m I to position 2 to In- ness and friendship among them, given his address. Mr. C. A. Cop-
irom the nbouad But this is NOT *"* l,hcMu" but B"nces off he would prophesy that the school
1^ us take diagram uurri- h^ foot to B who icores. H .s NOT would go forward m Its Ufc of
ber I.
pin moved a vote of thanks
A. ahooi
rebound* from the goal-post into
lilay. B *
... lt ,s off-eli
the Kill wm i-e-i psayod by A.

A played it !: bid not two op-
i(T-side becauee. although he hag usefulness. Lastly there w-as 'Re-
n.it two opponents between him ligione"religion. He said he al-
and the K I .hi opponent. the word religion was taken, if
OWUtlfaf the (ioal-KeepM they accepted the i
- Off-Side

given by some scholars directly
fnim the Latin, it meant rope or
cordsomething which tied one
off-side and P-
makes, no attempt to join play but Within the strength of rebgta
1 A ind i
wrll.
Bull KelMitiniliii- I-'mm
CffikH Bur
al the sump time is obstructing Ihe school could go forward as it
the goal-keeper, then he must be had done in the past and con-
jwnallscd for 'off-side" tinue to give its services to the
Diagram No 4 is an example of com'nu"1^ D, t ,K .
this. A shoots for goal and scores. The I*rd Bishop then Jocular-
B rtowovej obatiuca C. the goal- ly sald be knew Bhe boys might
keeper so that he cannol get at regret it in as much as they wodld
Diagram No lancP Keeper so that he cannot gel al res^ei n in aa mucn as iney wouia
Ihe Ihe hall. The goal must be dis- *'*h l"1pu"Vr'h,''r SSft V1
ball h becaUM H Is in an off- hf_ * ^*SSS^? >g
ball h I
goal post.
A shoots for Howl and lh
Kuvaiutdh Qub
YKSTKKDAY'S RESULTS
Men's SiiicU-s
11 l v.
P0. * I.
Miveil PosjMgfj
. gnu in c. a
Mannin.: I BWnnei
and A. M WH
Al, I, Brajteh and V. N. Ruaeli
l..sl tO '.'
Manning l0. 4
D Hion and may nol touch *lvo ,hp boy* a holiday for the
.,, the ball biznaaU noi In any way occasion.
rtuttover uturfere with an op- rleosnnl welcome
--------, poneiit Jn his address the chairman Hon.
Mrs. (h "k"' log record In the
l<.it to U uhen he returned a
TrtminelKiiii I D I ,,ni1 "' minule. 41 lecoodt, In
th.' ft kM IV. Walronu
Mixed Double llnmlinp .\. re,i the disiance In 10 seconds
Mr. ami ' to equal the record.
Mrs. T. Clttens and J. W Me- Mi.- Set uwlr* mi as keen as
Kennedy Victor Ludorum
Al Combermere Sports
DIVISION II 440 yards runner, lithe, supple C. L.
Ki-niu'dy HKtod up champion of Division II and Victor
I .Udonrn when the Combermere School Sports Finals were
i un .it CnrnlKTmere yeslerday.
I in- majority of the sports' vcnLs were completed last
issgsjk and yiiierday's were only eight select finals and the
Hace.
i ord wH broken and one Following are the results:
lualled in Drvtatoo III. N. McD.
15. 61 2 9, 62.
todays nxrinun
Ladies Sin-Ies
Miss M. King w M
nd the fight ended up with
Set C being the only opponents lo
ive Set 11. (he winners, a rub.
Set H secured 190 points and Set
< 174 Last year these two Set*
I' King Utd off as joint champions.
Ladies' Ihmhles
Mrs. Lvg*c and Miss I' Wilson
VB. Miss D Wood and Miss O.
Pilgrim.
Mrs. C. 1. Skinner and Miss
Austin vs. Mr*. Field .md Mrs
1 J. Nlblock.
Mi- H. S B
P. Patterson VS. The sfaWOl
Bowen.
Men's Doubles
Q Lawlesa
vs. G 0*N S-
Nlblock
MAIL NOTICE



pare*! Mail at II noon mi Ihe 31*1
March. 1*-.- .1 IS am..
oMinaflv Mall B| in it ... ...
Champion 'or Division 1 wa*
K. A Osbourne. Division II, C. L. ,
Kennedy. Division III, M. Morris, '
Division IV 1. D. Burke and
V. L C. Harris. s
ime event which created much
t.lerost was the Old Boy's Race
which was won by Detghton
..not who left the school nbou*
area yean ago. Daniel brearftot
he tape a >imfortabIe yard and
half in froni_ot chief contender
; WkadMUh and hi- othee
i pponontg, doing the hundred
i 104 seconds. 1
Who won the 440
...sion I in 551 seconds. .
iuwe than the record.
' iin easr which resulted
(m m the kack ol n real rival and I
. |o bg raehssaaa
HH in nj inter-sehool
After Uic events wsfre com-
11. Mnndeville ditrthuted
pi \/(~.
> TABOS OIV. 1
1.1 Ombourn* (Bl, Ind UwU tC). Ira
IIktcIoh ID. Tim* IM
IM VABDS OIV. n
1>I Callriular 1A1. tad PkakaheSaag
ll'. Srd Kannod) in. Tuna 11'. w.
VABOS DIV. V
ix 11. 11. r- tnd rn if). .,,!
..oni.h .Mi Tim* ll t 10 -.-!
S VAKDB in* IV
Kl Wfiltand. Ind narrow. Sid Burke
Tir IS *#cl laqual rroorg'
4M 1 "I" DIV III
l-l N M Ulltakr* IC1. Srd K (llbap'i .Ti Tlma
mln. *\ r.
IM 1 M 11- DIV. V
IM Hanu 1A1, god BUM lC>. 3*S)
...I. 'A' Time MV10 *
MS VABBa BIV. 11
IM Knnady. Ind BiWi. J'
m Tim. I mln II *.
*M TABOS DIV. I
I K S 11.1 1 Hi Snd Oibourn*
ll. Srd Vard* 1B1. Tnas Kl
OLD BOSS' BACK
i
as he can. A cashier Ilk
an.l $1 DOtOB, When Smith is on wha( wafi ,Mpn QuX haw |lcver
leave or at lunch I u-u.Ulv u ^fa hojn(, ^^
Paving Teller. When I went to ,-,._i ,llri _, ^-_
the Vaull 1 tot* out the bundle* fi0^^ '^,v n0t ***
of nnrs m random On many Smith go home every day.
occasions I acted tot Smith. Smith W Norman U-gall said that he
usually used to ride lo work on a cl"k.'n U>P ***** *
bicycle. I cannot remember seeing October 1B43 Smith waj working
fast lively piece him bring parcels into the office, there before him
The small orchestra | have never seen him with an He worked in place of Smith lor
Bttach* case. 1 have seen him an hour or so while Smith
carrying out parcel* but I knew away for breakfast. He hi
what were In those parcels. Some- acted as Paying Teller When he
times they contained oranges. I worked in place of Smith he never
have acted as Vault Cleric Tor Ld l<> go to the cabinet for money.
Agan (<> ;i short period. I do At this stage the Court ad-
not think it is possible for any- ]ourned until 10.00 a.m. today.
one to seal bundles without the -
clerks knowing The bundles are
signed near the Vault door and
here are desks for clerks near
that door. During the times I have
acted took out many bundles of
notes. This occurred when Smith
was on leave but nol when 1 was
acting for him during ihe lunch-
ids. I have never gol
\i:w STOCKS
OF
*0*L
CYCLE < OVfcKV
'I'l'lMvS and
AIIISSOIIIIS
12H a BU Carrtar
Z> 1 1 x l| Carrier
M s 1| Carrier
21 1 1 1 l| Currier
Mi Ui stead Eaelng
2g a IVj Cbaausion
Zg a 1 '. Roadster
M x 1H Champion
> 1 x Black Roadster
MllH Pink Roadster
a 1' v Cream Roadster
HiIH C-mhridfP
'- v I 1 Chaaaplon
Brake Blocks, Rim Tapes,
Haadlo Bar Gripa. Postal lluhb. r
Pumps, Ptunp Connections.
Mudniurd Flap*.. Rubber RoloUon.
Valve Robber, Saddles.
'1 a r chfum. Plated Rims
ECKSTEIN BROS.
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Talks
11 *
Social Walfar
bags Hooss
Court of Orsnd SesMions
10.00 am
EihlblUon at the Mus-um
10.00 am
Msatlng. Bt. Philip Vortry
11.00 sa.
atMUng, OommioxioDars of
Rtalta. St. Mlcbsol 1.00 .ss
UaaUng. Chrin: Cliurch Vso-
try8-00 p-m
KssUng of Quids*' AssoclsUan
Fax mil 4 *'. p m
Football at Ka*ington-5.00
Annual Oonoral at s t I n g,
A A A. of Barbados tynagogoo
Lao#_7.30 p.m.
FsJlce Baad at Bay atreot
Bsplsaada -7.48 a.m.
WEATHER REPORT
VKsn KliW
Rainfall from Codrlngten: Nil
Total aUiuiail for ateaUi to
date: .63 in.
Highest Tomperatext: g*V6* F
Lowost Tamporsturo: 72.0' F
Wind Volocuy: lt Bdles aer
boor.
Baron-tar (9 am) :*0.0;t
(9 p.m.) 29.965
TO-DAY
Rsjuiso: 8 i;. an.
skUMSt: g.12 g.ss.
Moon: Last Quarter. March
It.
LlfhUng: C 30 vm
Bign Tlds: 10.69 p.m.
Low Tldt: 4.36 a.m. 619 p.m.
1956 OLYMPICS
SITE CHOSEN
*; ^***#**vvw^^v*^vvvvx^^^^
SUO|IS !
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
(20 pints, 8 pints, 4 pints)
ICE CREAM SERVERS
ICE SHAVERS
MELBOURNE. March 10
A special conference called by
J. G. 11 MacDonald, the Prime
Minister, at Victoria today se-
lected Carlton Cricket ground
..*>. ^ .,..,., ., ,h_ d-.i, ;-. irtieo i_nion irntn k'"ioio
a^BR X&STUgB* ^"th;*'-lhe>" <*-
do it many times Smith had aent " ',._npft _, mtmmad d
nessenger to get it
nrious denomina-
many
money by th
changed into
lions.
Ke-tCxamined
lle-c-xumlned by Mr. Reece.
Jordan said: Fives and ones were
popular with tin- public. Twos
arc not popular, when I said 1
bad never got money changed M
(he Bunk particularly. I meant
K I did nol at nil times
oten Smith's parcels to see what
they contained. Most of the cleric-
went home for lunch. I did not
l.i'c liutlir | .. i
Next witness. Mr. Herbert
t'l .-nery. sold thai he was th*
Ai tountant at the Treasury. Smith
became Paying Teller in 1943 and
remained in that oflk-e until Jum
liei.
In 1S45 Mr Gitlens was Colonial
Treasurer, A report was made to
him by Mr. Amory on July 7. 1991
)i, asgot with Amory to a desk
where he saw bundles of notes.
He sent Amory to report to the
Accountant General. Mr Charlto 1
i god look over.
He was one of the persons who
knew the bottom combination of
it,.- Vault. After work in the
t'vrnings, he assisted in closinR
the Vault.
He was a Paying Teller before
Smith. In his time, when th
Paying Tclhi ranted money from
the Vault he would tell the Vault
mid get it for him.
The conference
the method of
me- U.P.
ilso agreed on
tiuancW the
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