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Ultimatum Day

I. Will Get ‘Go Ahead’
4 For Political Mission —

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
LONDON, Feb. 28.
AfARCH 1 is no Jonger the ultimatum date for the West |
Indian reply to the English Food Ministry on the sugar |
Be eols,
ent political situation in this country has caused |
he Food Ministry to reconsider the position entirely, and
an told me this afternoon that no reply was now
sxpected from the West Indies. He declined to say how |
ong the postponement would be effective. :

ang | |

co m the Colonial Office there was |
lesterling

At

tatement forthcoming, |
The fact that Mr. Creeci Jones |
and Mr. Rees Williams were both |
defeated in the General Election |
has made 4t impossible for the Col-
onial Office to make any arrange-
ments for a meeting on a political

1

|

te Olfictal





level with the three West Indian

fepresentatives, Mr. Adams, Mr
Bustamante and Mr. Gomes. The
Colonial Office at the moment |

-annot even confirm that requests |
for discussions to take place have |
been received. The spokesman to |
whom I talked referred to “Alleg- j




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ot me
TURCO” WESTERLING

Capsize
4 Reported Safe

SINGAPORE, Feb. 28.



were thought not to be in danger,
and rescue attempts were being
made,..-The.7,404-ton ship, owned
by the Anglo-Saxon ‘Petréleurti
Company, Limited, was stranded

esterling struck a fel-
poner in gaol to-day.
—Reuter.





ST. LUCIA

Advocate Corresponden)
® ST, LUCIA, Feb. 28,

t 3,000 citizens of Cas-
med out to welcome Her
mighness Princess Alice and
ot Athlone, when ney
here this afternoon on

Nothing Heard
Of Expedition



OSLO, Feb. 28.

ie H.M.S, Glasgow, ac- Nothing has been heard from
A by the Governor of oint Anglo-Norwegian-Swedish

tward Islands, Brigadier | a1. aretic expedition for over a

Hand Mrs. Arundell. week, Professor Sverdrup of
mouce Guard of Honour Norwegian Polar insuit said today.
or Leonard Alfonso, The expedition ship ‘Norsel”

bd under Bandmaster | sory pop Cape Town a week ago

and Guides assem-

Wharf, while the sec-
Pd elementary schoo) |
and the St. Mary’s Col-

lined up around
Street,
ely 3 p.m. the Prin-

and it is expected that the expedi-
tion, which landed on Queen
| Maud’s land is now working \
| erect a radio transmitting statior
at their base, which has be
named “Maudheim” by specia
permission of King Haakon

Allen Lewis the Chair-
a Castvies Town Board
Opriate speech extended
ene hearty welcome.
miieess replied, expres



was

| Russia Has







to be St. Lucie ;
Meiers tnd veal’ /Vew Weapon
mithe island. She was



|
|

ed to meet again, so soon | PRAGUE, Feb. 28.
Jamaica ceremony, Mr President Gottwald gave a hini
Mr. Gordon who had that Russia had a new weapon uj}
Mm at her installation. | her sleeve, in his speech today tc
nes Relayed |the Executive Commitiee of the

€S§ were relayed to | Czechoslovak Communist Party.
frowds by loudspeakers. | “In an emergency,” he said,
then entered a car |“the natjons of the Soviet Union
to Government House, | will put up the same defence as
and Yook intense de- | against aggression by Hitler’s Ger-
» ®X-servicemen, Scouts }many and Japan.
Ichildren and tha} “So far, ‘he Soviet Union has
» They elected tr |upplied atomic energy for peace-
fatire length of Bridgaé | ful purposes, but who would doubt
“ad of driving, in order |that in a case of necessity sh
citizens and greet them. | would use this power tu stave of
DY crowd remained | an aggressor?’”’—Reuter.
Dlaces throughout the |
ston and co-operated |

iy, | + a oe

shower just before the | i rance Gets £20m.
@rived did not hamper |
Pe Tangements

arty are remaining
Will visiy schools to-
“WHT hold a recep |



will












PARIS, Feb, 28.

struation expenses for February

announced today. 3
(Counterpart Funds are deposits

7 in a Marshall country’s own cur-
rency of an amount equal to the






The peo oncerned and ECA.)



trial

‘ normally
‘he ECA special mission of France |heen strengthened.—Reuter.

B.O.A.C. Re-Establishes

MRS. SAVAGE wife of the (

Judge will be Lord

Fuchs is liable to 14 years im-
prisonment for
formation,.which-may have speed | izerhept
éd up Russia’s manufactufé ‘of the!
Atom Bomb.

betrayal of

directly or indirectly useful to an
enemy,



chusetts.—Reuter.



N. A. P. Defence

Improving

NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 28.

The United States is aiming at a
lefence organisation strong enough
to prevent military disaster, buy
nexpensive
-conomic
Army Chief of Staff, Gen. Lawton
Collins,

“Arms race

to
the

enough
disaster.

prevent
American

said here ‘oday.
ecurity alone would

Mepped ashore fr the , ragile security av be -an
ashore from _ vné The plan was that the expedi | % @ fragile sec urity av best,—<é id
- and after inspecting | , , ' ver | ‘Ould presage atomic disaster at
of H. , ; ~{ ition should send messages ove! e
onour proceeded to ‘ther Capetown radio, or Bergen | 'ts_werst,” he added
ee Section of the hollow | “1% Ne rue Eanes Gen. Collins said the Western
the Wharf where the| '@°!° ers Powers over-all security position

steadily improving, despite

he menaée of powerful land arms
nd tremendous rese
y the “Police States’’.



rves built up
Reuter.



Marshal Chiang
Resumes Office

TAINAN, Feb, 28

Marshal Chiang Kai Shek will
resume his presidency of the Chi-
nese Nationalist Government here
tomorrow,
stated here today.

During a simple ceremony y
state his reasons for ‘aking
up office again.

The two main reasons are un-
lerstood to be: Actipg President
Dr. Tsung Jen, who
ick. leave” in America, is unable

) lead the country at a time when
‘Communist

immineni”’,

an official spokesman

he

is on “long

invasion of Formosa

and



From E.C.A. Funds | 80 Killed In Bengal

CALCUTTA, Feb, 28

Citizens a | ‘The Marshall Plan adtninistra- Armed raiders killed 80 people
Le zens at Govern-| yor, Paul Hoffman, has agreed te whea they attacked “the. Assan
leave nt afternoon |the withdrawal by France © | mail train near Sanvahar, East
ent hy at midnight for £20,000,000 from the Economic | 3engal, today. !
m Cabte. Co ~ operation Administratio An East Pakistan communique
Counterpart Funds to — cover] sid that casualties included some
French investments and recon- | \yoslems. Armed guards,

escort all trains,

Link With Chile.

“the people’a
vish for Marshal Chiang to return
o his post”.—Reuter.

t sOVvernor
which she visited for the first time
stands at the left

tinea inven pitsoese esis nt

ed” telegrams fron. the West | LONDON, Feb. 28.
} Indies. hi nants aes Dr. Klaus Fuchs, German-born |
when Nie asnes agmsenc "ht [scientist due fo be iret omotrow
V ne . "4 € . > |on charges of handing over atom
1ew Cabinet snd a new head has seal Pita: Fa ‘
been. apnoifitad! tov secrets to Russia, is awaiting his
Office an official “go ahead” will in London’s bleak Brixton
be given the West Indies. It may | P'S.
however be some considerable | He is said to have been a quiet
time before home affairs allow | Prisoner, sitting with his head be-
the West Indian question to be | tween his hands in long periods of
discussed.—By Cable, soul searching.
am if Seventy newsmen from almost
every part of the world will re-
6 ee jflect the globe wide interest in
2 Life Boats j one of the biggest spy cases of the |
century, when Fuchs appears in

| the dock of the Central Criminal

| Court.
The

| dard.

God-
The Lord Chief Justice, |
conducting the case for the King

in-



yesterday

Mr. H.

|

} f the i?

Churchill And
| Truman Proposed
For Nobel Prizes

| Prize this

Count

Evatt. Australia,



at Reykjanvik in the western part The indictment, describing him |Rafale Comkin, George Marshall,
Welcome - Iceland. ae broken loose as civil servant, charges him U.S.A. Wilhelm Mensching, Ger-
; hie to moits uch was towing | with communicating to a person!many, Maric. Montessiri, Pandit
e her ) rita ‘ erat ‘ es] . i ¥ p>
p Mic , s filer Aethaal ve ce ! unknown information relating to| Nehiu, India, King Paul of Hel-
ncess Alice Most of the crew were taeciens atomic research, calculated to be}lenes, S, Radhadrishnan,

Emery Reves,

U.S.A.



Strength [s
Necessary
SAYS RUSSEL

NEW YORK, Feb. 28

British philosopher Bertrand
Russell said in an article pub-
lished here to-day that if war

could be averted for a decade it
would never take place,

zine. ‘United Nations World.
Lord Russell said; “I can think of
only one worse disaster than a
new world war:
the Kremlin’s

States, Walter Corti, Switze land,
Coudenhove-Kalergi,
Hewri-
Demont, F ance, Robert Hutchins,
U.S.A. Louis Haefliger, Australia,

Georges

shakes hands with a little chap at the Nighteng

FuchsSpyTrial) V.A. PACT CO
Begins Today |

THE NORTH ATLANTIC PACT COUNCIL
Foreign Ministers of the signatory
expected to meet in Europe about the
'n Copenhagen, Brussels or The Hague
| 1n well-informed quarters here today,

°

28] and “Economic”
Nobe]} Brussels Pact Powers

} OSLO, Feb. 28,

| Winston Churchill and Pvesi-
jdent Truman are among
}Persons proposed for the

year, it was announced

s 0! phos allen’ SPATE meee al San ig} Oday. Six International] Institu-
eo” Westerling, Chief of ICELAND, Feb. 28. versus Klaus Emil Julius Fuchs is} tions are also proposed
Army of the Heavenly Two lifeboats, carrying between | Btitain’s Attorney General, Sir The other candidate re:
mIndonesia, will appear in |20 to 30 of the crew of a stranded | Hartley Shawcross, | Louis de Broticke.e. Bel oot
me ‘court this week on British tanker, capsized here to- |_ Fuchs will be defended by MY. | Ralph Bunche, United Nations
B of assault, and illegal day. Only four of the crew were | Derek Curtis Bennett, one of |F. Carlisle, New Zealand, Rene
F os officially announced known to have been saved. Britain’s most brilliant King’s | Cassin, France, Sanjib Chaudure,
Te hos tad dae The men still aboard the tanker | Counsel. ndia, Eping Cockrzek, United

and prejudicial to the | Sehetie, France, Albert Schweitzer,
safety or interests of the state. |Clarence St eit," U.S.A, Andre |
A second charge states that he|Trocme, France, Johannes Fede, |
gave other vital information to “al Australia
certain person” at Boston, Massa=| —Reuter





zale Home,

A. Tudor, Churchwarden of St. Michael,

NCIL MAY

MEET END OF APRIL

LONDON, Feb. 28

end of April

possibly

a Spring programme of talks for
Western Foreign Ministers now
completed, will provide an oppor-
tunity for private exchanges of
views between the British, Frenct
and United States Foreign Minis-
ters on great powers problems.
According to preliminary talks,
it will be preceded by a combined
meeting of the Foreign, Finance
Ministers of the

There will be a session of the
Committee of Ministers of the
Council of Europe, which may
discuss the German application
for membership,—Reuter.



Norse Women
Ask U.N. To Stop
| Arms Production

OSLO, Feb. 28.

The Norwegian group of the
International Women’s League for
| Peace and Freedom have issued

India | 22 appeal to the United Nations

for two years’ stoppage ofall arms
production, it was announced (o-
| day.

The group have asked Trygve
| Lie to propose that the United
Nations 59 member states should
; 'mmediately be called to an extra-
ordinary conference consider
the suggestion.

v'o
Reuter.

Hungry Leopard
Returns Home
~FOR MEAL

OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb, 28

The hunger-maddened leopard,
which roamed the outskirts of
Oklahoma for several days, was
back in its old pit at ‘he local zoo



Writing in the unofficial maga~ | today fast asleep.

After turning the neighbourhood
into something like a Hollywood
set with hunters, marines with

the extension of | walkie-talkie radios, aircrafts, and

power over the/hundreds of “shoot on sight”
world.” The only hope, it seemed} amateur gunmen, the leopard
to him, of averting war with Rus- | walked quietly back to the zoo.
sia was to remain obviously] There he wrapped his jaws
Stronger than Russia until new /yound a piece of doped meat,

| circumstances completely changed

the situation.
—Reuter.

New U.N. Members
Named Today

THE HAGUE, Feb. 28.
The International Court o!
Justice will give its opinion to-
morrow on the case submitted by
the United Nations on the question
of the admission of anew member



| which had been left as bait, and

|
|



rolled over,—Reuter.



Strike Spreads

Over France

PARIS, Feb. 28.
France's miners and Paris trans-
port and public service employees
today prepared for a strike in the
next 72 hours,

Marseilles gas and eleciricity

to the United Nations, jt.is re-| Workers staged a 24 hours “walk

liably learned here, today.

The Court had been asked by
the General Assembly, if member-
ship. applications which had failed
to receive endorsement by the
Security Council, could be ap-
proved by, the Assembly

The public hearing of this case
was on February 17.—Reuter.

out” today,

Unions in chemical works and
insurance offices have taken strike
votes.

The Communist - led Géneral
Confederation of Labour campaign
in the ports “against war in Viet«
nam” caused. no incidents in
metropolitan France today,



Test “Peace Treaties”
Before Hague Tribunal

THE HAGUE, Feb. 28.
The International Court of Jus-

which] tiee meets to-day to hear a test
have! case sent by the United Nations

against strong Soviet _ opposition

| on the interpretation of the peace

;
|

treaties with Bulgaria, Hun-
gary and Rumania. Last year's
trials . of church leaders
Bulgaria and Hungary will be
mentioned. The issue (first

pressurised Argonaut air-|Jast spring, when Australia and

; i i, Feb. 28
grants received under the Mar- _ LONDON, Fe 28
Bom Own Correspondent shall "Aid programme. They can| British Overseas Airways Cor-
first ANTIGUA, Feb. 28 be used for recovery purposes by |/poration today introduced
) > March is the 5lst | joint agreement of the government | lates
; “irl Baldy

ited *e of Antigua An ECA spokesman said :
© attend a birthd present withdrawal’ would enable | America, and across
8 pn I the French investment and recon- | Santiago (Chile). BOAC has ‘au
ere str tior rogrammes to proceed te hed. th trect aif lini
‘ raix ile conversa- tau .
he role to: bé| eer ? Lire
‘ k : 3 iS
: ‘ € t 2 Pe
By Cable)in i9 Reuter. ‘ I t Reuter



the |don and the east coast of South; Dly to discuss the trials of church
| the Andes to] \‘eaders in Bulgaria and Hungar

‘Vhe Court will have

to consider





if disputes exist, and o whether
Buizga Hung R r
sre ge : ¢ € the De :
tt €

in}

unilateral action, if any, could be
taken by the other parties to the
treaties, if these countries refused
to co-operate, and whether «
treaty commission could be form-
ed to settle the dispute. Written
statements have already been filed

by Australia, Britain anc the
United States. Memoranda by
| Russia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Ru-

jliners on fie route between Lon-| Bolivia asked the General Assem-|

; mania, Byelo-Russia, Ukraine and
their}came before the United Nations;

Czechoslovakia are understood t>
declare the Court has no compe-
tence to hear the case. The peace
treaty, they say, have their own





compeosea
powers, is

it Was understooc

This meeting, which is part of

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JAMES GRIFFITHS NEW

LONDON, Feb. 28.

_ COLONIAL SECRETARY

Holy Office |

Seeks Union |

Of Christians —

VATICAN CITY, Feb, 28.
The Hoiy Office, chief Romai
Catholic authority on matters o

dogma, today took the most im) Meeting lasted two hours, during

portant step in Vatican histor
towards co-operation with non-
Catholics.

It authorised Roman
vishops for the next three years

Catholic | *

to organise, in special cases, loca)

conferences with Protestant theo. |

ogians on subjects of common in-

terest to further the Union of »
Christians,

But it insisted that such collab
oration would be the object on)
of union as the Roman Catholi
Church understood it. The 4,0U
“instructions” to the Bishops made
it clear that the Church sought

the return of individual “dissi-
dents”, not a Federation o
Churches.

Such local meetings have bee:
hitherto possible, only on specia
permission from the Pope him
self.

The Holy Office, over which the
Pope presides, premitted recita
of the Lord’s Prayer, or any othe:
prayer authorised for Roma
Catholics, at these conferences
it emphasised that Roman Catho
jics must not participate in reli
@lous ceremonies of other
and that the Pope’s permission is
still required for internationa
national, and in diocesan confer-
ences.

Seven Points

The seven points laid down for

the guidance of bishops in collab

|

sects, |

|

oration with other churches sai |
that |
(1) They must “dedicat.
themselves to it with particula: |
eare”, helping those “who seeh |
the truth” and guarding ‘thx |
faithful against the danger

arising from the movement, an
assigning special priests to handy
the matter.

(2) They must guard “agains
ine possibility that indifferentisn
may grow through giving more
consideration to that unitec
Catholics and non-Catholics thar
to what separates them’.

(3) “Only priests, who by thei:

theological leading and their firm
adherence to the principles anc

rules laid*down by the Church in| ,

this matter, have shown them-
selves truly adapted to this,
should be sent to meetings between
Catholics and non-Catholic theolo-
gians”’.

(4) Bishops
necessary

could give thc
permission for such
neetings with non-Catholics for
the next three years, provided
hat all participations in religious
mites be avoided,
(5) Though all. participations
n religious rites must be avolded
the Lord’s Prayer, or any other
| prayer, approved by the Roman
; Chureh, could be recited to open
}or close the proposed meetings

} (6) Bishops should set up
national organisations to supei
vise, examine and direct co-ordin
ation of the work.

(7) Religious superiors are
bound to watch that members of
their orders conform strictly and
faithfully to the prescriptions of
the Holy See, and of the, bishop:
in the matter. The document was
approved by the Holy Office
long ago as December 20, but only
released today . —Reuter



Fire In House
e In
Of Commons
LONDON, Feb. 28

Firemen to-day rushed to th:
House of Commons where a fir
was believed to have broken out
in the basement. The Chambe
was filled with smoke.

The fire was under control with-
in a few minutes. It was stated
to have broken out in an electri-
cian’s storeroom underneath the
Chamber, where the new House
will assemble to-morrow.

Members rushed to the Chamber

and helped to fight the fire until
the arrival of the brigade—Reuter.

Many Advisers
But No Troops

IN BULGARIA

PARIS, Feb, 28, |
Donald Heath, American Mini- |



Ster to Sofia when the United |
States broke off ‘diplomatic rela- |
tions with ‘Bulgaria. last
year, said here today thee!
were many, Russian military |

advisers, experts and missions, but
no sign of Russian “troops as sucn” |
in Bulgaria. ; |
Heath told newspapermen who,
asked if a Russian Marshal might
take over in Bulgaria as Marshal |
Rokoshovsky. did in Poland, that/
when he left Sofia in January,
“there was nothing to indicate
that such a step was in process o
necessary’’. The Bulgarian Defence
| Minister and Army Command:r,
*he said, had held high ranks in
}the Russian Army, ‘though they

machinery for settling interna-, “ere Bulgarians,
| tional disputes, and in any case He said that there was a lot of
the three states concerned are| feeling. against the Government
tither members of the United g beasants, who made up 40
ns rties to the tutes} per cer { the populatior
— (Reuter. itio —Rewter.



Government to take over Britain’s
{

PRIME MINISTER ATTLEE tonight was engaged in a

fight against time. Simultaneously, he dealt with three
pressing problems—completing this Cabinet reshuffle, pre-
paring for the first meeting of Parliament tomorrow; and

directing the drafting of the King’s speech, announcing the
session's business, which the Cabinet will study on Thursday.














Cabinet as. Minister of Food, his
first ministerial office.

The vacancy at the Colonial
Office, created by the defeat at
the polls of Secretary of State,
Mr. Arthur Creech Jones, has been
filed by the promotion of Mr.
James Griffiths, formerly Minister
of National Insurance, whe
addition to being given a more
senior post, receives a seat in the
Cabinet. The Cabinet itself has
been increased from 17 to 18 mem-
bers by the inclusion as an extra
Minister of the new Ministry o:
Town and Country Planning, Mr.
Hugh Dalton,

Mr, Dalton was Chancellor of
the Exchequer, until he resigned
after the accidental disclosure of
budget secret.

Fifth In Cabinet

He becomes fifth in the Cabinet
heirarchy, with general responsi-
bilities as senior minister.

Lord Alexander, a _ leading
spokesman to the Consumers’ Co-
operative Movement, ~ formerly
Defence Minister, becomes Chan-
cellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
in place of Mr. Dalton. This post
like that of Mr. Morrison, is 9
Cabinet post equivalent to Minis
ter without portfolio.

The Ministry for

Conservative leader, Winston
| Churchill, to-day summoned _ his
‘Shadow” Cabinet to a strategy
meeting at his London home, The

which Churchill and his lieuten-
ants sketched _ their preliminary
campaign plans for the “stale-
mate” Parliament,

| The Government is believed
| eady to fight a cautious rear
|} ©uard action on niionalisation in
the House of Commons. It will
| stobably soft-pedal plans for



7

iron and steel industry in the fight
between Socialism
ownership.

The Labour Administration had
no intention of repealing the last
session Act, which was fixed on
January 1, 1950 as the earliest

ate for nationalisation of the in-
lustry, it
tated tonight

The transfer of the industry t
public ownership can be deferre
for ,

and private

was authoritatively

a yearts
Chiei
Labour circles
i that the chief
ection of the Party
‘now how long the Government
proposed to try to maintain office
vith its majority of seven

Anxiety
tonight
anxiety

predict-
of this
would be to

Economic

It was recognised that tactical Affairs, filled by Mr. Hugh Gaits-
onsiderations might oblige the kell is a new government post.
overnment to carry on for : The effect of the reshuffle is
pell, but some leftwingers are to leave the inner Cabinet almost
afraid ares ae ee ~ unchanged, but it produces many

aone oO mabours cause, 1 surprises on lower government
ituation drags on indefinitely

; levels, The most spectacular ap-
iberal leaders met to-day to dis

ne ; : pointment was War Secretary
cuss the future of the party, anc An
> manuel Shinwell promoted to
position in Parliament }
> . . Minister of Defence.
Political observers are already Shi 2: a forcedad and influ
peculating on the fate of th shinwell, a forceful and in

ential personality of the radical

rty in the event of another elec .
: wing of the Labour Party, takes

on. Doubt has been expressed

hether it would again nominat [| OVer the supreme direction of all
many as 475 candidates armed forces from Lord Alexan-
Prime Minister Attlee an-{ der, recently created a Peer.
iounced the list of his Ministry Politically, more significany than
tonight Ernest Bevin remain.|a@ny of the 16 changes made by
| “oreign Minister, Mr. Attlee, was his decision to re+
The holders of two principa! tain the leader of the Cabinet's
posts remain unchanged, Sir Staf- Lett, Wing, Mr, Aneurin Bevan
‘ord Cripps as Chancellor of a8 Minister of Health.
the Exchequer and Herbert Mor Firm Line
rison as Lord President of th Before election, it had been
‘ouncil, equivalent to Ministe, predicted that Bevan would get
vithout portfolio, a much bigger job. It is con-
Shinwell,. M.0.D. _ cluded yet Se right, .w: the
The Cabinet post of Minister 0° Cabinet 4s taking a firm Ife on

now the “Caretaker” Labour Gov-
‘ernment musv be run.

Mr. Attlee has brought two ot
Labour's “bright young men” into
the Cabinet. The New Minister
of Commonwealth Relations, Mr
Gordon Walker was formerly
tutor of the Oxford. During the

Jefence, previously held by Lor
\lexander will be taken by the
former War Minister, Emmanue}
Shinwell, who is promoted from
unior rank. Mr. Aneurin Bevan
remains Minister of Health,

Mr, John Strachey, formerly
Minister of Food, becomes Minister |

of War. The portfolio of colonies, war, he was on the staff of the
which was vacated by the defeat .B.C, European Service. He
f Mr. Creech Jones in the Genera} is 42.

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PAGE TWO

(ya W. Calver, Commis-
A sioner of Police, Jamaica,
arrived from Jamaica on Monday
by B.W.I.A. for the Conference
of Police Cormmissioners. Also
attiving for this Conference was
Colonel William A. Orrett, Com-
missionet of Police, British
Guiana. He arrivéd yesterday by
B.W.1.A, from B.G.

N Talks

N cohnection with the Exhibition

of British Periodicals now
showing at the British Council,
Mr. George Hunte will lecture on
Thursday, March 2nd, at 8.15
p.m., on “How a British News-
paper is Made”. The lecture will
be illustrated by still pictures and
followed by a sound film.

»« ne
Was in England on
B.C.

R. W. A. (Jinks) Angoy who

has been here for three
months on leave with his wife
and two children returned yester-
day by B.W.I1.A. to British
Guiana. They were staying in a
bungalow along the Maxwell's
Coast.

Prior to his arrival here, Mr
Angoy was in England for two
months on a British Council
Scholarship doing a course on
Social Industrial Welfare and
during his stay in the British
Isles he spent a short time at the
Institute of Agriculture at Usk in
South Wales.

He returned to the West Indiec
via America and spent ten days
in Bridgeport, Connecticut with
Dr. R. Lovell, who is well knowa
in athletic circles here. He then
left America by the ‘Empress of
Australia’ early im November,
which took him as far as Trinidad.

During their stay here they have
made many friends, and enjoyed
their holiday immenseiy.

Stood Over on 2

Business

R. Norman Wight, one of the

members of the British
Guiana Team which recently tour-
ed Barbados left by B.W.1.A. to
return to British Guiana. He did
not leave with the team, as he
had to remain on a little longer
on business. He is with Univer-
sal Agencies in B.G.

In his short stay he told Carib
he has been all over the island
and had a wonderful time. To his
many friends whom he did not sec
before he left he begs to say good-
bye

It was Norman who hit the first
six of the tour. He was a guest at
Abbeville Guest House

na ne

One Time Intercolonial

Cricketer
R. Jules E. Chabrol, Officer
of Commodity Contro. in
British Guiana and Mrs. Chabrol,
arrived yesterday by B.W.I.A.
from British Guiana.

A keen turfite, one of the main
reasons for his visit is to be here
for the Barbados Turf Club's
Spring Meeting. He is also well
known in West Indian cricket
circles, having represented B.G.
on several occasions. He played
cricket here in 1905 and has also
played against the M.C.C.

Mr. Chabrol is Barbadian born,
but has been living in B.G. for
many years now. They have two
sons in B.G., one in the Customs

and one in the Public Works
They will be staying temporarily
with Mr. Chabrol’s two sisters

at Seaview, Bay Street, until they
move to a house at Silver Sands
They expect to be in Barbados for
three months.

BY THE WAY ...

*" OTEWOKA, what is that
cheering in the compound? ”

“It is 123 more wives arriving
for our lord and master.”

1 read that the Fon of Bikon, a
chieftain in the high Cameroons
(and known as the Cameroon
Highlander) “offered all his wives
their liberty; 40 departed, but 110
decided to stay,” thus necessitat-
ing a rearrangement of the files
To bring the Corps up to strength,
the Fon’s Matrimonial Secretary
probably had to go hastily through
telephone numbers jotted down on
odd bits of paper during his chief's
rambles. The old rogue is said to
be 80 years of age. By the time
he dies, there will be crowds of
dashing young fellows hanging
about the compound, in the hope
of getting a dozen or so of widows

Saying of the Week

So l is conventionality
that if Wwman beings were able
to turn their ears inside out when
they laughed you would find
few people availing themselves of
this privilege.

(C. Suet Esq. at Petersfield)



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POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

“1 suppose you blasted
radicals will try to explain
this away by saying the
feilow hed had one tomato-
juice tao many!”

= SL .¢
Paid Business Visit
R. FRED BURROWES, Presi-
dent of John F. Burrowes
and Co. Ltd., of Bermuda, re-
turned home on Saturday morn-
ing by T.C.A., after a visit here
on business coupled with pleasure.
He was staying at the Marine
Hotel.



me »«a
islands ?
registered letter arrived at

A

our office yesterday from
Holland with the destination
Bridgetown, Barbados Islands.

Could it be that in far off Holland
they have heard of Pelican. and
Culpepper islands, or does it show
how little people in Europe know
about this little island of ours.
P.S.—In case visitors to the island ,
are wondering where Pelican and,
Culpepper islands are, let me put’;
you wise. Pelican island is at the
tip of the North side of Carlisle,
Bay while Culpepper Island is ¢,
small rock in the sea off the coas

of St. Philip, and we Bajans affecsyfamily. They are all staying

tionately call it an island. Ii
makes us feel so much bigger.
°o ocr
“Henry” Returns
R. HENRIQUEZ PEREZ is
back in Barbados to con-
tinue his studies in English
Shorthand and general Commer-
cial work. “Henry,” during his
stay here last year became very
popular with everyone and takes
a keen interest in Water Polo and
Aquatics in general The





thing he wanted to know when §
Carib saw him yesterday was
“When is the Water Polo season)

commencing?” Henry arrived on
Monday afternoon and expects to!
be here until the end of this year
ind is staying with Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon Knight of
Marine Gardens

& «> :

With Anaconda Mining Co.

E were here one year ago
and this time we

again enjoyed ourselves,” Mr

D S. Johnson told Carib shortly

before :e boarded the ‘plane for

B.G. yesterday With his wife

and two daughters Lynne and

Kaye they have spent two enjoy-
able weeks at the Paradise Beach
Club, where they also spent their

first visi

Mr. Johnson is with the Ana-
conda Mining Co. in. British
Guiana.

To Spend Three Weeks
R. O. SOVERALL, Civil
Servant attached to the

Lands and Surveys Department of
Trinidad, was an arrival last we 2k
by B.W.1.A., for about three we




cs
holiday. Accompanying him wos
Mi Frank Barsotti, a former
Student of Queen’s Royal Colles
who will be here fo; Similar
period,

They are both staying t

“Leaton-on-Sea,” The Stream

The Narkover scandal

A‘ exceedingly prim and sane-
timonious father had given
warning of a visit to the School, to

investigate the reports of the
scandalous occurrences in Mr

Warblow’s house. The butler was
coached, and when the parent
arrived the stage was set. A loud
cough from the butler gave thé
warning. His knock was un-

answered, so he opened the door
slightly to announce the visitor
who heard Dr. Smart-Allick say
to Mr. Warblow, “Then you'll
preach tomorrow, and I on Wed-
nesday.” The next moment the

parent was shaking hands with
two grave gentlemen in dog-
collars, “Ah, my dear sir,” ex-
claimed Smart-Allick, “what a

pleasure. This is Mr. Warblow.”
“I never knew you were both in
Holy Orders” said the parent,
glancing at two unfinished glasses
of milk on the table. “One does
one’s little best,” said Warblow.
“A glass of milk, sir? What should

first [Guest House, Worthing.

Mervue, gin Barbados.
*pr ncipally

4 ere staying at one of the flats
at Coral Sands.
have

Calling

For B.G. Ladies’ Athletic
Meet
M's GRACE CUMBER-
BATCH, Barbados’ leading
Lady athlete, left yesterday by
B.W.LA. on a special invitation
from B.G., to take part in the
Demerara Ladies’ Athletic Sports
meeting which takes place on 4th
March. She expects to be home
on Tuesday.

Her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Ww.
Cumberbateh and her sisters Miss
Merle and Miss N. Cumberbatch
were at the airport to see her off,
as well as Mr. Arthur Jones, Vice
President of the Amateur Athletic
Association of Batbados and the
Secretary of that Association Mr.
J. W. Maynard.

<> «>

Enjoying Her W.1. Holiday
njoyi Elizabeth Mac Carthy
O'Leary certainly seems to
» enjoying her holiday in the
West Indies. She has just returned
tcom Carnival in Trinidad, and
yesterday she left for British
Guiana, where she will be staying
for two weeks. Before returning
to Barbados, she will pay a short

visit to Tobago.

»« »«
Bank Employee Leaves
i R. NEVILLE GRANSAUL of
the Canadian Bank of Com-
merce, Trinidad, returned home
on Sunday evening by B.W.1A.,
after spending two weeks’ holiday.
He was staying at “Accra,”
Rockley.
«?, «»

For Three Weeks
R. FREDDIE MENDES of the|
Shipping Department of
George F. Huggins and Co, Ltd,
is now in Barbados for about
three weeks’ holiday. He came
over principally for the Races and |
was accompanied by his wife ond
at)

“Accra,” Rockley.

na na

Up For The Races
N R. ALEXANDER CHIN, well-

known West Indies turfite,
was an arrival on Friday evening
xy B.W.LA., from Trinidad for
he B.T.C. Race Meeting which
ypens at the Garrison Savannah
» Saturday next. He wast
accompanied by Mrs. Chin and
they are staying at an



ne na
For His Health

R. C. A. H. FULTON, who is

a Sugar Planter at Diamond
Estate, B.G., and Mrs, Fulton have
spent the past four months here
Their holiday was
for his health, Mr.
Fulton told Cari>. This is their
hird visit to Barbados and they

<> <>
Recuperation Holiday

R. ROBERT D. CRAMMOND

of Montreal who was recu-
perating here for three weeks after
mm illness of eight months, re
turned home on Saturday morning
by T.C.A. He was staying at the
Windsor Hotel.

He said that he had benefited a
great deal from his visit and was
ready to resume his duties.

Mr. Crammond is Vice President
cf Crammond and Son Limited
machinery manufacturers of Mon-
vreal.

«<> «<>

Many Still in Trinidad
{SS KATY LENAGAN who
spent Carnival in Trinidad

returned by B.W.LA. over the
veek-end. There are still several
Barbadians in Trinidad who went
there for the Carnival and have
not yet returned.

By Beachcomber

ve do without the dear cows?”
“l really can’t believe these re-
ports,” said the parent. “Of course,

you ean’t,” said Smart-Allick.
“Who could?” “They say my
friends are bookmakers,” said

honest Warblow, turning aside to
blow his nose violently, “It has
broken his heart,” said Smart-
Allick, brushing a tear away with
his sleeve. The visitor felt a lump

in his throat, in the presence of

these two good men, so foully
maligned,

Pastoral

Who fares so featly
Over the tilth?
Who but maid Jennifer,
Knee-deep in filth?
“Baaa” goes a sheep at her
“Myaaa” goes a goat
Cows take a peep at her
Torn overcoat.
Then with a swishing tail
Plod through the mire,
After maid Jennifer.
Home to the byre.
(Myrtle Ravensfoot.)



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Rock, and Mrs. Norman Peck
who lives at
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the most picturesque and wonder-

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They returned on Sunday morni 08 |
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» <»

After Two Months

R. PRANK K. BEGG, Presi-

dent and owner of the Besg
M@tor Co., of Vancouver, B itish
Cohumbia, returned home over the
week-end via Trinidad by B.W.1.A
He was accom anied by his wife
and they had spent about two
months’ pelidew here. They were
staying at the Marine Hotel.

“” ”

recently iccessful
operation at the Genera) Hospital.
His many friends will no doubt
be glad to hear that he is wp and

R.
D Dental Surgeon of Trinidad,
returned home over the week-end
by B.W.LA., after spending a
holiday with his parents Mr. and
Mrs. E. S. Chambers of Kent
House, Christ Church. He was
accompanied by his wife and
little son David Jnr.
“> <>

Comings and Goings

R. L. Hutson, Government

Veterinary Surgeon in Antigua
left for Trinidad on Monday by
B.W.1.A. to attend a Conference
on Livestock which is to be held
there.

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Mr. Cecil Jordan, Salesman of
Bradshaw and Co., was in British
Guiana for one week. He returned
yesterday by B.W.I.A.

. . .

Revd. Ernest Griffin, Supt. of
the James Street Methodist Churct
left for British Guiana yesterday
by B.W.I.A.

< * .

After a pleasant three weeks
holiday spent at Indramer Guest
House, Worthing, Miss Doris
Premdas, Assistant Matron at the
Public Hospital in British Gu'ana
returned home yesterday by
B.W.1.A. This is her first visit
here and she hopes to return soon
again .



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BARBADOS may have a brewery soon. The House of} Sone 51 or eee
Assembly at their meeting yesterday passed the necessary | estimated aeniee
legislation to provide for this when they passed without | 863. 5

division, a Bill to regulate the brewing of beer and to} oj his statement is s
impose certain duties thereon.

Colonial Estimates

The cbjects and Reasons of the | with their on

ii state: — ) already e

provisional arrangements have | avenues.
peen made by a commercial enter-} A beginning had been made and
rise to start a brewery in the/|he wished it success, Every bottle
Island in the near future and the! of beer manufactured would save
gbject of the present Bill is to/importation and would go a long|R,
Pi ide the necessary legislation! way to help them balance their
F regulating the brewing of | budget.
i and for imposing duties on The new company he felt would
| peer. The legislation is based on not hamper the rum industry. It
corresponding provisions of Would have to be very efficient
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WEDNESDA » 1956 BARBADOS ADVOCATE







——



Deficit Of In The Legisiaiure' Music Examin
Yesterday

rT

t moc Ty. r |

| Arrives Today |
20 to arrive

tow *s Dr. W

the examiner

Royal School of Music

of
Pr. Harris has held various ap~

Thief Gets
Six Months

‘THE only thing that has pre-
vented us from imposing a
greattr penalty because you |
iituaebhk: ta Visca, : | kept im the Straight path for the!
potatments as) Organisi _jackiding} past’ nine years”, remarked His|
that of Assistant Organist of Lich-|! ; 5 ; ~
pat of Assistant Organis |jionour Mr. J. W. B. Chenery to|
field Cathedral. For some time he} ene os z :
acted as assist: rofessor Sir | 2 -Year-old Sydney Cadogan in|
acted as assistant to Professor Sir ithe Assistant Cour A l
Granville Banvock, the Principal toe feee Court ot ppse
of the Birmingham and Midland yesterday before confirming.a six
| Institute School of Music. In 1919 | Month sentence. ,
he succeeded Sir Hugh Allen as} Cadogan, a labourer of Brittons
Organist of New College, Oxford, | Hill, was sentenced to six months
conducted the Oxford Bach Choir} hard labour by City Police Magis-
}and also became Director of the | trate Mr. BE. A, McLeod on Mon-
| Sunday Evening Balliol Concerts. | day, for the larceny of one dozen |
os . . : From 1929—1933 he was Organist} gents esis, valued $10, the
= Niger and that this Bal-! ae concurred in the follgwing | of Christ Church Cathedral, Ox~ |property of Messrs. W i lliam
me will be mgr at the end ; “Rescution for $500 to supplement the | ford. His presen’ appointment of Fogarty and Co., Ltd,

financial year to $4,495,301, | Expenditure Estimates 1 » Part 1,/ Organist of St. George’s Chapel, | He appesled at the bar and Sgt.
on eae tO te Memorandum Sheena nea as shown in the Sup- | Windsor, was made in 1933.
imates, ;

ae

today or tomor-j}

H. Harris, who is |
Vhis year for the]

$405,000

estimated revenue of the|

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j Pendit

The
et out in the | ‘Mot
4 for the year, | for Quarter ended 31s ber, 1949.
Hi which were laid on ‘both ! seal H. A. Cuke laid remtiog to
ous is re AS =} pessages from the Governor relating tu
day wae of the Legislature yester ' Barbados being made a party to the Eco-

? nomic Co-Operation Agreement between
Estimated excess of current} the Governments of the United Kingdom
revenue over

7 iture | 2â„¢4 the United States of America, and |
I current expenditure | ©
is $60,120.

to the closing of the Bay, Wharf and |
C F ; Market Police Posts, |
It is estimated that the General] The Hon'b
evenue Balance at the beginning
of the financial year 1950—51 will. the new rates






year
while the
S $9,624.

‘

is







rm ¢ ns in rum



eyes wide open and had
xplored the necessary



Gverything that’s new for
you...

From NEW YORK & PARIS
The latest fashions







le Lord Bishop tabled a ques-
asking when the allowances for Posts
‘pecial responsibility will be paid at








tion
of






























‘ Estimates 1949—50! No. 26 7 0 4 lB. King, who prosecuted for the
‘ : :| the rum industr: bec Ba 7 the Revised ; which form the Schedule to this resolu. His compositions include an An- | Police, later a aled. *
ter dealing with matters of ¥ Secause Barba- | Current Estimates ‘ stre : corey € THING.
t Le and interpretation, the Bull} dos made very good rum, (Laugh- Expenditure for 194950 snes mifeolution for S867 to supplement ois | oetemtoane fete annual Festival |. forthwith Soene "wen bheed te, Love we is
vides that every brewer shail | ter). that, imstead of a deficit of | Estimates 1949—50, Part Il Capital no | oo SBAUSS See 9 yesterday by Their Honours Mr. \ Use vou
‘* icens j Mr. Allder (L) though ‘ at : shown in the Supplementary Estimates | Of the Sons of the Clergy in 1929, ~ . 3 :
: take out an annual license costing ught that| $101,788 as originally estimated, | 1949-50, No 2 and sung at St. Paul’s Cathedral. |: W: B. Chenery and Mr. H. A \
$5.00 and pay an excise duty on Ghee safeguard should be made by| there will be a deficit of $405,000.! Resolution’ for sso to supplement the | and a Carnegie award “The Hound | V@ushan, Judges of the Assistant \
ery galion of beer which he| ‘ Overnment to protect the new | This is not as large as might have / Estimates 1949—50, Part I, Current, as of Heaven” r Court of Appeal. Apart from
(el. 3 and 4). industry against foreign ‘mporta- | been expected in view of the sup- 1949-50, Nor go, upplementary Estimates : confirming the decision of the
brews (c is made in subsequent tions such as whiskey and gin ete. plementary provision 1 ired , : ha No. 29, which form the schedule
Provision In addition to . requir Otto Ss resolution.



that the Govern-
ment should keep its eyes on the
price charged. He had noticed in
the case of certain items produced
locally that the price was as high

E for various matters of a

eonical nature such as the ascer-
tainment of the specific gravity
of beer, the method of keeping
records, the marking of rooms and

Police Magistrate, Their Honours

e per
Did Not Go ) ordered Cadogan to pay 7/8 ap-

| peal costs in seven days

On Doek In Basket

Fresolution
the Estimates
as set out

meet the additional cost of sala-!
ries and wages resulting from the

revision of salaries and wages

during the year 1949—50,

for $23,598 to supplement
1949—00, Pari I, Current
in the Supplementary Esti-
mates 1949-50, No. 30, which form the }
schedule to this resolution.

Resolution to fix,




















The Revised Estimated Revenue | ;.! March, 1990, the posters aie oe ne
: : od le J ist ) , 1950, s : oel Goodman, Clerk of the
ls, the control of brewing we socething Ee product. /is greater than the original esti- | hata of printed ‘papers “including Dry-docking here yesterday of} "

produced local-
should benefit






tions and related matters.
(cl. 5 to 23). Power is given to

The finest in Underthings,
Nylon nightdresses, slips,

mate largely because of the | books.
“book-entry” in adjustment of the

commercial papers and

news- |ithe 84-ton motor schooner “Cach- Wholesale Department of Messrs.
Papers) transmi

ly the population tted from this Island to;









Ms ; its| Wm. Fogarty, said that on Thurs- ; ;
: alot” was impossible because its) W™ M
; Great Britain 3 : coun- a anties and brassieres.

£ the Castoine “‘Doikise to a certain extent as regards a refund of the Cost of Living eet ritain and British Empire coun | draft of 12 ft. 6 ins. was too great day last at about 11.15 a.m, be Boost aakeel pehie ateine

oO a. eeweny-# h smaller price, Allowance of the year 1948—49 | Resolution to fix, with effect from the |in comparison with the height of} Saw Cadogan in the Store looking y rs, pi! y styles.
ment to ee nent The bill was read and passed necessitated by the revision of ist March, 1950, the air mati postage on | vhe tide at some mattresses, He later saw

e é a j ivicj . etters, postcards a etter fc Ss y ie hee teats i
Se sed ie wewing and ot | Without division. salaries. The main sources of | addreset tats destination set ou in| Workmen on the dry dock were} Cadogan put the vests into a
Cl = &



Revenue, namely

' searching for any concealed vessels and Excise,

(a) Customs column one of the Schedule thereto, at
of pipes and a penalty of $500 is

(b) Taxation. the rate set out immediately

at work since Monday trying to| basket he was carrying. Cadogan AMERICAN



and opposite







Such destination in column two of th. | Set the “Cachalot” up. Only half) ran away and he Save chase. He LADIES’ DRESSES, SKIRTS AND BLOUSES
for obstructing such | H A show a decrease of $125,000, and } saia Schedule, the length of the hull they man-~ caught up with Cadogan who by Linens, gabardines, and pure silks. The latest
cl. of to 26) ouse pproves an increase of $265,000 respect- ree eolution to fx, with effect from tho | aged to get on before vhe vessel} this time had thrown the vests
Ts. . « « . | s

March, 1950, the air mail postage
rate on printed matter (including books,
commercial papers and newspapers) ad-
dressed to Great Britain

Resolution to approve of the compul-
Sory acquisition by the Governor-in-
Executive Committee of 7,710 square feet

ively. These variations of the
approved Estimates are of no par-
ticular significance,
“Housekeeping” Basis
The Estimates for 1950—51

Provision Made

Provision is made for the pay-
ment of a drawback on beer
brewed in the Island which is
| exported as merchandise or as




stuck on the platform of the dock. from the

The foreman of the dock told|}
the “Advocate” yesterday that an-
) ovher trial at docking will be made
today. He was fearing that they



styles for sport, business, cocktails or weddings.

CANADIAN & AMERICAN
DRUSSY LADIES’ HATS AND LEGHORN HATS

Road Regulations
The House
| day

basket. He later gave
1im into the custody of a Con-
stable,

Walter Atherley, another em-






of Assembly yester-
passed a Resolution approving















; od’ ati Ubhenelae eee . ‘ , ployee of Messrs. Wm. Fogarty, . i r ’

o} the motor vehicles and road traf- | nave been compiled on a “house- | °! a site tor the ne ee ames | might have to wait until the moon | «aid. that he heard someone run. Lovely, trimmed with pretty ‘lowers, feathers,
| ships’ stores, (cl. 27 to 30). fic regulations, 1950 which were keeping” basis; that is to say the | ters and asa hauling-up site for fishing |48 full to dock the “Cachalot if ning down the stairs at the Store berries and plenty chenilled veiling.
| Dealers and retailers of beer made by the Director of Highways Revenue Estimates are based on/| boats under the Fishery Development the vessel does not’ go on today. and when he looked around he
are prohibited from having in! and Transport on February 16,| the collection of revenue at exist- | Scheme. | This will be on Saturday se ean ore eer

Fe ‘ 2 ‘ : oa. S avs | The Council began and postponed con- . ae aa discovered that it was a small

their possession een sale | 1950, under section 7 of the Motor | ing rates from existing taxes and} sidecstina of a resolution for $70,000 to} The tide is highest at full moon.

| inthe ordinary course of business) | Vehicles




and Road Traffic Act,
1937 (1987—16), as amended by

AM=RICAN & CANADIAN

duties and the Expenditure Esti-
mates generally make provision

dark man.
supplement the Estimates Part Ii, Capi- dark -
tal as shown in the Supplementary Esti-
mates 1949—50, No, 27




sugar or other preparations that
























Mrejudicially affect the
P(cl. 31 and 32).

for expenses incurred by officers
| in travelling to a brewery to be
‘eovered from the brewer. (cl,

34.)

The chief materials used for
F brewing, that is to say, hops and
hops extract, malt and malt ex-
tract, are granted exemption from
import duty (cl. 35),

Objects and Reasons
yMr. Adams (L) who moved the
F d reading of the bill said
the Objects and reasons of
te bill had set out fairly clearly
“he purport of the bill and the
‘necessity for it at that stage.

He did not think that it was
ebecessary to dwell on any particu-
part of the bill. It spoke for
lf, Perhaps some honourable
Member might be of the opinion
‘that the provisions dealing with
‘Wxation needed some clarification,
hey could go into that aspect of
bill when they came to the
sponding section,

» J. H, Wilkinson (E) said
he did not know much about
bill but he knew about the
mption of the subject of the

(Laughter). A new indus-
Wy Was likely to be started in the
@ Band and he hoped that it would
® & successful.

)He however wanted to be as-
Med that the bill contained the
essary regulations to safeguard
health of the public and also
lained sufficient restrictions to
tect the public so that the com-
AY Would not be able to aanu-
a product that is not det-
mal to the health of the

iu





























’

Gratifying
Mr, F.C. Goddard (E) said that
' Gratifying to see that
0 Capital was coming to the
oy to set up a new industry.
presumed that it would em-
bY 2 number of people, depend-
of course, on the production
dhow successful it would be.
; Beer was drunk in fairly large
Wantities in the colony and they
Rad to depend entirely on imports.
X plant was set up a large |
Mount of bottles would be need-
4 me mineral water factories
Mpended on the importation of
to get their bottles and that
Would have to depend upon
portation of beer for bottles.
ever he felt that those people
Coming to open the plant

y

VANISHING CREAM
SKIN FRESHENER

FACE POWDER

“may be used for increasing the

bit the use in the manufacture
beer of substances which may
revenue,
A deduction of
© 12% for loss and waste incidental ;
| to the brewing process is allowed
) for the purpose of calculating| and take the necessary Steps to
F duty. (cl. 33). Provision is made|Sive effect to this Resolution.

PUNIVS

COLD CREAM

LIPSTICKS.

| Sections 41 and 42 of the Depart-



specific gravity of beer and! ment of Highways and Transport
power ‘is given to the Governor-| Act, 1945, and approved and
in-Executive Committee to pro—| sanctioned by His Excellency the

Governor on the 17th day of Feb-
| ruary, 1950, and that the Legisla-
| tive Council be invited to concur
| herein and, if concurred in,

Resolved that His Excellency
the Governor be asked to assent





Acting Col. See.
Congratulated

HON’BLE P. F. CAMPBELL,
Acting Colonial Secretary was
congratulated at yesterday’s meet-
ing of the Legislative Council on
his appointment as first Principal
Secretary of Tanganyika,

Hon'ble J. D. Chandler speaking
before the business of the Council
began said it was unnecessary for
him to say much on that occasion.
More would be said later when
Mr. Campbell was leaving. He
felt sure that Mr. Campbell’s pro-
motion was from the point of view
salary and possibly from the point
of view of perquisites and other
promotions, but he did not think
it was from the point of view of
climate.

|

He wished to extend to him his
best wishes and congratulations.

Hon’ble D. G. Leacock (Presi-
dent) asked to be associated with
Mr. Chandler’s remarks. He had
intended saying something at the
end of the meeting, but he was
pleased that Mr. Chandler had
said it when he did.
| He would add that Mr. Camp-
bell had always been not only a
Colonial Secretary but a much
loved individual among them. He
hoped that he would continue to
go further rnd further.

Mr. Campbell replying said he
appreciated very much the kind
words that had been spoken. He
assured them ti-t he would be
leaving Barbados with consider-
able reluctance for many reasons,
He would no doubt maintain his
connections and endeavour to re-~
turn in the future.



Worked Galled Animal

LIVINGSTON ROACH of Sugar
Hill was fined 30/- in 14 days’ or
one month by His Worship Mr.
H. A. Talma yesterday when he
was found guilty of working
horse in a galled condition on
February 28, on Roebuck Street.

for the qontinuance of existing
services only. They do not make
provision for any new or extend-
ed services, nor do they contain
provision for the service of loans
to finance new or extended ser-
vices. The Estimates make pro-
vision for a reduced contribution

The folowing were passed :-

A Bill to authorise the Rector of t
parish of Saint Joseph to sell a part
the Glet
Executive Committee of Barbados.

Bill to amend the Vestries Act, 1911,

The Council ‘adjourned sine die.

HOUSE

e land of the said parish to the

Salmon Costs 30’ -

A FINE of 30/- to be paid in 14
days or in default one month's
imprisonment wags imposed on
Kenneth Gill of Nelson Street yes-
terday when he appeared before

he

re in the chase,

| Middle Street after Cadogan
later Goodman caught up
him,

ance and a Constable came



He said that Goodman was run-
| ning after the man and he joined
They ran along

and

with
Goodman shouted for assist-

up

Cadogan was then handed over.

be-

. His Worship Mr. H. A. Talm: ; ; :
: ; When the House of Assembly met § emp. Mr. fa. A. Talma In answer to a question from
‘o Capital Expendivure, rex. | Yesterday Mr. Adams laid the follow-| He was found guilty of the un- Ser. Ghenary Cadena said. that
Before embarking on new or ex- | jn¢." E Y lawful possession of four half- se): aan for mercy
tended major services it is pro- Message No. 11/1950 from His Excel- ound tins of sal sf ag he had appealed for mercy
posed to await the fiscal survey | !ency the Governor to the Honourable | | r peenon. WACh 2! eanse he had been living an honest
, j ‘ - | the House of Assembly presenting for | was carrying along Chamberlain | 5, » since: 19 Te st t since
which is being weer by the | the consideration of the Henavmbin Bridge life since 1941. He said that since
Economic and Financial Adviser | How the draft Estimates of Reven uc ;

to the Development and Welfare |

Organisation and which it
hoped will be completed in the
early part of 1950—51,

The Estimates make financial
provision for the reorganisation of
departments in the light of the

ind Expenditure for the financial yee
1950—51

Mr. Adams later notified honourab
members that it was his intention
deal with these at the next meeting
the House
Statement of Post Office Advances {
the payment of Money
3lst January, 1960

is





°
Orders to th

that

7 The offence was committed

February 27,





Rum Barrels Return |

then










time he came to the Court
once or twice but not for a serious

‘ | offence.

te }
| Cadogan had nine previous con-
vietions for lareeny,. The first

was on January 5, 1925, and he
the











The Hi ed the foll About 300 t barrels! W@S ordered to keep

j “j p House passe he following: ou empty rum.- barrels a . :
advice tendered by the Salaries A Bill to regulate the brewing of bec consigned to ann H. B. Kinch | Peace for 12 months, but on June
Commissioner, The provision is} A Resolution to approve the R wis ae + ee ‘arrived | 20 of the same year he appeared
considered to be sufficient to meet | and to impose certain duties thereon and Messrs. A. S. Bryden arrived waders thé Commit amninamd ees

48 al cost: tions entitled “The Motor Vehicles and yesterday by the 180-ton motor ‘ wa
the additional departmenta Suse lations, 1950" made by the Director vessel *Blue Star’ from Nassau bentenced to five years at the Gov-
woe for ochake 'aiteetit oa ide alien Te a These barrels were revurning ernment Industrial School,

i bee: effective as | of Febririry, 1950, under section 7 of tne s E s vu g ee , saa ORa i
onde th mit f July, 1950, but no| Motor Vehicles and Poad Traffie Act./ from Nassau to which port thes After that he was convicted -—
from ne ist of July, "y -aqd |} 1937 (1937-16), as amended by sections were formerly shipped with rum.! 1933, 1934, 1935, twice in 1936,
expenditure will’ be incurred | 41 sad 43 of the Department of Highways “ "Star? tak 1938 and the last in 1941 when he

inst the relative item of the «.d Transport Act, 1945, and approved The “Blue Star” has taken its. I$ and the las §
Botimat til normal legislative | and svnctioned by His Excellevey the} berth and begun to discharge, [ts so! six months hard labour for the
senettome tine. think obtained Seat Ae he TT GA Ok OP ecent de Bie kW Bias larceny of five blankets.

7 7 1950 . t
The Capital Expenditure > The House edjourned to Tuesday next
timates make provision for the | at 2.00 p.m ¥ :
Cr mk ach Kill those throbbing pains in your muscles
schemes, The Estimates break no . me li ht
new ground but they indicate that F at once! Apply Sloan’s Liniment g ly—
it is the intention of the Govern- ugar or S eeane
ment to prepare plans for th» : fee y
building of a Post Office and ex- ‘ F d
tensions to the General. Hospital. ng an
A shipment of 1,975 tons of
e Sugar is expeci*d to leave the
ho Asks island for Liverpool by steamship
ts pp | Specialist’ (4,445 tons net) on
Thursday next . : 3
uestions | The “Specialist” called here on You don’t rub in Sloan's, you dab
Monday evening to find lighters

THE Hon’ble tne Lord Bishop | #lready oer with sugar await-
at yesterday’s meeting of the!#! £ pe hte Ae
Legislative Council gave notice of ere he!
the following question:—

Will Government kindly state
when the allowances for posts of
special responsibility (ie. deputy
headmasters of Secondary Schools

its cara

Jaguar motor
it began

vierces of oranges, a
car and personal effects,
to load sugar. ‘

The “Specialist” will be sailing
for Liverpool’ via Antigua. Messrs.

etc.) will be paid at the new Da Costa & Co., Ltd., are local
rates? 2: Sam agents.
If the delay in authorising these Medias

new payments is caused by Gov-|
ernment’s consideration of the
recommendations of the Special
Committee for the creation of 12

Accident In
Roebuck St.

new senior posts in Secondary |
Schools, will Government give the| The left front fender of ihe
assurance that the creation of the; car M-818 and that of the bus

new ts will not involve the| M-1422 were extensively damaged
abolition of the special allowances | last night about 9.30 o'clock, on

referred to? Roebuck Street when the two
In relation to the 12 new posts } vehicles became involved in an

will the Government drop the} accident.

use of the word “senior” which The car is the property oi



is- 5 r Belmont Road,
has already caused much mis-| Stanley Sealy, of
waduentiog and substitute the the bus the properij, of Mr. H. A
word “special”? Tudor of the Ivy.





B





EAUTY AND YOUTH
deserve good care
















© MAKE AND KEEP yuu «skin as

lovely as possible, follow the example
of the loveliest women of society: use
Pond’s Beauty Treatment.

Simple and inexpensive, this treat-
ment consists of the daily use of Pond’s
Cold Cream for removing make-up,
Pond's Skin Freshener to tone-up the
skin tissues, and Pond’s Vanishing Cream
to serve as a powder basé. Finally, to
complete your make-up, use Pond’s Face
Powder— it is so flattering to the skin!
This beauty care used regularly will give
you a smooth, glowing complexion!

a
Pond’s



go from Trinidad comprised of 60








it on the affected part gently —
Sloan’s does the rest! Good for
aches and pains and stiff joints too !
LOOK FOR THE PICTURE OF DR. SLOAN ON THE PACKET.
; re













1
“!

k\ To
Maintain
Vitality

and
there is
nothing like
Ovaltine

aS
‘the i/

ITH the dozen and one things to be done
in the home, added to your other daily



WwW

necessary activities, you cannot w that
you often become tired and listless. It is in
such conditions that you will find a cup of

‘ Ovaltine ' of especial value,

uring the day, delicious
P to maintain your strength,
y ata high level.

Taken at intervals d
‘ Ovaltine ’ will hel
energy and vitalit
from Nature's best foods, ‘ Ovaltine ’ provides
100 per cent. concentrated nourishment to
body, brain and nerves. Moreover, it supplies

this nourishment in a form exceptionally easy
to digest.

A cup of ‘ Ovaltine’ is very quickly prepared —
and what a rapid improvement it can make to
your outlook and cheerfulness.

=

\. Sold in airtight tins by all Chemists and Stores.

‘ Drink delicious

‘ + ‘=
— 7s )

ae

Is

WWW OMY E PO 270

Cheerfulness

Ovaltine

wz — and note the Difference! | Broad Street

| PR BS OO Ue i OR Ce








HANDBAGS of Distinction
For travel or dressy wear.

FROM PARIS
PRETTY EVENING BAGS
A dozen Styles to choose from.

FRENCH

HEADKERCHIEFS AND SCARVES
In nylon, ninon, pure silk and crepe de chine
Pastel shades and pretty prints.

ACCESSORIES

Costume Jeweliery

























Gold Belts







Earrings Pearl Necklets
Flowers Feathers
Ribbons Buttons













‘Che Modern Dress Shoppe
Broad Street.














Commencing Saturday 4th March 1950

Values offered now at this SALE are BIGGER and BETTER
than ever before,

THE REASON— We have been fortunate to bring these items

to Barbados at pre-devaluation cost—Government price control

plus our own endeavour to keep prices down, that is why you

ase able to purchase NOW at these sensational low prices.

Take advantage of this only Opportunity to save on Ameri-
can merchandise.

















aT

BARGAINS THAT SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES :—

LUNCH TINS

Attractive Lunch Tins with Tray, Cup and Saucer
LEMONADE SETS

7 piece onade Set
EGG TRAYS

Colourful Egg Trays
DUST PANS & CLOTHS

Green or Red Dust Pan and

Yellow Polishing Cloth

SAUCEPANS

Heavy Quality red enamelled Milk Sauce

pan Reduced to $1
Witte enamel Basin and 1 cake Toilet Soap

CHAMBERS
tiple coated enamel. First Quality
8



NEM 5 Bist hai hc cei y cbes sch sivth's udaa we . 6 for $1
Be Me state we Coe uae eee a. &
Cc S LINE & PINS
voees ne §
2 doz. Plastic Clothes Pins ................ ... All for $1
Tages
Se, SNE a cee cin, ee 10 for $1

Pony Glasses .




Decanter with 6 Glasses .,............ ' oo oye Ml BR
LAMPS
Complete with flowered chimney, burned and
wick. At the lowest price in town. ...... Only $1.98



G. W. HUTCHINSON & €0., LTD.

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& avvoet

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| Published by Thu Advocate Co. Ltd., 34, Broad St.. Bridgetow?



Wednesday, March 1, 1950



Deserved Promotion

THE appointment of Mr. P, F. Campbell,
Acting Colonial Secretary to the post of
Assistant Chief Secretary of Tanganyika
robs this island of the services of a popular
officer but brings deserved promotion as
the reward of hard work and efficiency.

Mr. Campbell came to this colony at the
beginning of the war after serving with
the British Ministry of Food in Nigeria. At
that time the work in the Colonial Secre-
tariat had not only increased but had be-
come more intricate. There were two
reasons for this increase. War conditions
had inevitably brought issues which were
not normally experienced and there was
the necessity for greater care in taking de-
cisions by executive officers; it had also
been“abundantly clear that with the setting
up of new departments in the service there
was need for more increased executive
staff, Mr. Campbell succeeded Mr. A. R. E.
Browne.

His quiet efficiency won him the respect
of his juniors and the time soon came when
he was called upon to act as Colonial Secre-
tary. In this role he was responsible for the
introduction of government measures in
the Legislative Council. Following in the
footsteps of Mr. R. C. Stanley and Mr. J. D.
Rankine he was a diffident speaker but
there could be no mistaking the grasp
which the Acting Colonial Secretary had of
measures. On more than one occasion it
was his duty to introduce unpopular meas-
ures and without appearing as a special
pleader he brought convincing arguments
to bear. His speech on the controversia:
Petroleum Rights Bill will long be remem-
bered and it was due mainly to his con-
vincing arguments that many honourable
members who were at first opposed to the
measure gave it their support.

There have been officers in the Secre-
tariat who have captured public imagin-
ation more quickly; but hardly before has
there been an officer who quietly and un-
obtrusively won the confidence not only
of his colleagues but of the public whom
they must serve.

His promotion to the post of Assistant
Chief Secretary of Tanganyika is the re-
ward of efficient service in this island.

West Indian Police

THE holding here of a Conference of
Commissioners of Police from the British
Caribbean, tomorrow, is indication that
the need for a West Indian Police Force is
fully realised. That this Conference will be
held in Barbados is fitting tribute to an
island where the local Force maintains an
honourable long tradition of efficiency and

ene epee sR orem Se mre a



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

The English Minus
The Stuff Collar

parents and brothers and Sisters



Government In The Last

Parliament

A BRITISH GOVERNMENT remains in power
throughout an election period and resigns only in







WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1







WHEN two and a half years
back, Britain decided to pack out
of the Indo-Pakistan sub-conti-
nent, a rather unkind comment
was; “The nation of shopkeepers
has sacrificed the Empire to save
its trade.”

It may sound an unkind cut,

but the English who have stayed Then there was the case of a

By M. Ashir

House to attend the after dinner
“nautch” parties at his friend’s,
the Maharajah of Mahmudabad’s
house. This made him the most
poecles Governor the U.P. ever
ad.

to look after. With allowances anc
other facilities cut by their Gov-
ernments the average Pakistani
and Indian officers have hardly
anything left to spend in the mess.
But the regimental messes re-
capture all their past glory on big

ons—although this happens

Portfolio

the event the political purty it represents is de- |
feated at the polls. |
Government will be considerably reshuffled in the
event of the Socialist Party being returned to power
for a further five years. Composition of His Majesty’s
Government holding cabinet rank at this time is as

It is expected tha’ the Socialist



Held By Salary per Year

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behind to carry on the profession Harley Street doctor who came only occasionally when
of the pioneers of the East India out as Professor of Medicine in parties are thrown to celebrities.
Company find life much easier

large

Englishmen will he always re-

Premier & First
Lord of the



and interesting minus the brass
hat and stiff collar. :

It has been fortunate for them
that not many of their kinsmen,
who thrived in brass hats and stiff
collars stayed behind when
Britain transferred power to India
and Pakistan on August 15, 1947.
The departure of “Koi Hai’s” and
“Poonah Sahibs” made adjust-
ments easier.

The transition period had many
pitfalls and there were a few who
found it difficult to reconcile
themselves to their changed role.
For instance, there was the case
of a British Manager of an Oil
company, who would not accept
the authority of a Karachi official
to inspect his house and threw
him out. But such cases have been
too few and far between to affect
the growth of cordial relations
between Europeans and Pakistanis.

The British have nad to make
sacrifices to get along in Pakistan
and India. But these have been
minor. The first thing to be dis-
varded was their insularity. So
long as they were rulers it might
have had some advantages. In
fact there are many Pakistanis
and Indians who say that but for
their insularity, the B-itish would
have lost their Empire much
earlier.

But by and large English in-
sularity, specially in the social
field, made thern unpopular.

A few Englishmen who took
to Indian culture went the whole
hog. People of the United Pro-
vinces (India) still talk of the
social escapaties of the late Sir
Harcourt Butler, who was Gover-
nor of the Province in the early
twenties. He was an oriental of
the orientals. Sir Harcourt not
only liked Indian music and
nautch (dancing) but believed in
enjoying them in real oriental
settings. Dressed in spotless white
muslin “anga” (long coat) and
long cloth “churidars” (tight
breeches), Sir Harcourt would
daily steal through the backdoor
of the Lucknow

the King George Medical College,
Lucknow in the late thirties. He
became so interested in Hindu
philosophy that within six months
he had left the medical profession.
Since then he has been living with
the “Sadhus” in the Himalayas.
The last time I met him in Naini-
tal (a hill station in the UP.) he
was dressed in the sadhu’s
chocolate dhoti. Before I could
shoot him a question he told me,
“No, I have no regrets. I like the
life I chose.”

Now the English men (and
women) have found that being
insular may be a good thing in
little England but it becomes 4
handicap in big countries like
India and Pakistan. And the first
thing they have done is to open
their clubs to the nationals of these
countries. And they have no
regrets. The lifting of social
barriers have done good to both.

There are still quite a few “no-
changers” among the Europeans
but they are more of a liability
than asset to their tribe. They are
still holding the fort in two clubs
in ~akistan.

The Punjab Club in Lahore—
popularly known as the Pig and
Wistle—bars its doors to Pakis-
tanis. Not even on guest nights
are they admitted, In Karachi “the
last ditchers’” stronghold is the
Sind Club, No Pakistani has yet
succeeded in finding two Club
members to propose his name. But
Europeans and Americans find
ready admittance. Nobody would
have any grouse if the member-
ship of this Club was not based
on racialism. There are many €X~
clusive clubs in the country and
nobody is sore about them.

Regimental messes have suffered
by the departure of the British
Army officers. The reason is econo-
mic, rather than social habits. The
European is not the slave of the
joint family system which the
average Pakistani and Indian is
by force of circumstances. The
latter has not only to support his

membered with gratitude in th*
Indo-Pakistan sub-continent for
the games they introduced.

Indian and Pakistanis have
taken to most of the games which
the English taught them to play.
Hockey, football, tennis, basket-
ball, volleyball are all firmly
established. Cricket does not look
as exclusively a British game ‘©
the Indian and Pakistanis as i
does to the American or the Euro-
pean nations. It is as much @
national game in this sub-con-
tinent as it is in Britain or Aus-
tralia. The test matches between
England and Australia are 2
closely followed here as they are
in the other two countries. India
has its national championship
named after the great cricketer
Ranji. It is played annually on a
provincial _ basis. Pakistan, too,
has organised a national cricket
championship and also an inter-
university tournament. Both miss
no occasion to match their skill
against other cricket playing
nations on an international level.

Horse racing is as popular as
cricket. India’s big racing centres
—Caleutta, Bombay and Poona—
continue to attract large crowds.
Pakistan’s racing is developing in
Karachi and Lahore. And there
are still as many buyers of Trish
Sweepstake tickets on the Derby
as when India was part of the
British Empire.

Indians never took to yachting
which remained an exclusivel)
British pastime. And yachting
clubs have been hit hard every-
where on this sub-continent ex-
cept in cities like Bombay ana
Karachi where there are a large
number of Europeans.

Polo was badly hit when the
decision was taken to mechanise
the Army. A few Maharajas and
Nawabs kept it going for some
time. But the long years of war
appear to have permanen‘ly
crippled the sport. India has not
produced another Nawab of Bho-

Lord President of Herbert

Foreign Affairs .

Lord Privy Seal Viscount

Lord Chancellor Viscount Jowitt

Chancellor of
Duchy of Lan-
..Hugh Dalton

Home Secretary

. A. Creech Jones

Commonwealth

Secretary for

saacs oy
Appointed 1946

. Aneurin Bevan

President of the
Board of Trade

First Lord of the

Government wife and children

but has also pal in international polo.

Chancellor of the Sir Stafford

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Puerto Rico Eats More Mea

A conference of livestock ex-
perts began at Kent House,
Trinidad, yesterday, under the
auspices of the Caribbean Com-
mission, to study livestock prob-
lems of the Caribbean area.

This is one of the greatest and
most representative technical
conferences ever convened in the
Caribbean area. Territories re-

disease, the discussions would be
directed towards practical needs,
and the Research Branch of the
Secretariat has prepared com-
prehensive statistics. indicating
the relative importance of live-
stock in the Caribbean economy
—for example a census of live-
stock, percentage of land devoted
to pasture, additional import and

bean in meat consumption. In
1935 it consumed more than one-
half the total of imports into the
Caribbean territories, by quan-
tity. By 1946, the proportion had
reached 60 per cent.

As an indication of the relative

standard of living despite differ- |

ence in taste, Puerto Rico’s lead-








presented at the conference include export tra

de figures of livestock ing position
Tobago, Jamaica, products, comparison of the live- ratio of nationalities in the) Carib-

bean; for every one Dutch na-

is shown by the}

courtesy.

British Guiana, Leeward Islands,

stock and population resources.

There has been no official announce-
ment of the agenda for discussion but the
fact that Colonel Michelin, Commissioner
of the Barbados Police Force has been
visiting other islands in the hope of finding
a suitable site for a West Indian Police
Training School is evidence enough that the
unification of forces in the area will be a
matter of paramount importance in the
discussions.

Barbados was the first West Indian island
to organise a Police Force. It was as early
as 1834 that the first force was started and
during the intervening years Barbados has
held her place, Several changes have been
instituted in order to meet modern demands
and the reports of investigating bodies
have shown that there is nothing radically
wrong with the Barbados Police Force.

The high standards set by the Barbados
Police Force are sufficient foundation for
the building of a West Indian Police Ser-
vice. One of the greatest obstacles towards
the progress of West Indian political feder-
ation is the fact that each independent unit
is insularly sealed off by its own local ser-
vices. In the evolution of common West
Indian services, a unified West Indian, Police
Service is like so many desired associations
a pre-requisite. Ability to transfer through-
out the West Indies will give new life to the
career of a policeman whose lot in the West
Indies from the point of view of advance-
ment has been necessarily restricted to the
scope available locally. A wider police ser-
vice means a more efficient and less paro-
chial service. And the benefits to be derived
from free movement in the area are bound
to be reflected throughout the communities
served by a West Indian Police Force,

OUR READERS SAY:



Windward Islands, Barbados,
Netherlands West Indies, Suri-
nam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin
Islands of the United States,
Martinique, Guadeloupe and
French Guiana.

Six observers are attending
from the Trinidad Department
of Agriculture; two from the
Imperial College of Tropical

Agriculture, and one each from
the Agricultural Society of Trin-

idad and ‘Tobago, the Sugar
Manufacturing Assoc‘ation, and
the Veterinary Registration

joard
The Caribbean Commission has
also approved invitations to the

| Food and Agriculture Organiza-

tion of the United Nations, to the
Jamaica Livestock Association
and to the Inter-American Insti-
tute of Agricultural Sciences to
send observers.

The Agricultural Adviser to
the United Kingdom Secretary of
State for the Colonies is attend-

The Bulletin on ; é
trade, shows the great rise in
quantity and value of meats
consumed in the “Commiss.on
territories.” These figures reveal
a trend which, despite worldwide

postwar aajustments, including
inflation and devaluation, still
holds. ;

The trend is based on figures

showing that the Caribbean meat
market sold 28,552 tons in 1946,

an increase of more than 50 per
cent since 1935. These imports
were valued at $21,274,174, three

times the expenditure in 1935.
Similarly, imported dairy pro-
ducts weighed 42,615 tons in

1946, valued at nearly $21,000,000.
Volume was 40 per cent up in
the case of butter and cheese,
and 50 per cent for condensed
milk. In value, cheese and con-
densed milk cost three times the
1935 total, while butter was up

the meat tidnal ‘thefe are’four French, 12

United States, and 18 British.

Puerto Rico has all but; 25,000
of the 2,000,000 United States
citizens in the area; the rest are
in the Virgin Islands.

Other meat consumption figures
of the “Commission territories”
for 1946 were: British: 8,781 tons,

valued at $5,000,000; the Nether-| Minister of Civil

lands: 4,257 tons,
$1,750,000; and French: 2,428 tons,
valued at less than $1,000,000.

“The Caribbean export trade
in meat is stillyiq itsmfancy,” Mr.
Cramer has* quoted the trade
bulletin as saying. The data were
compiled to “indicate the scope
for increased local production
and even for exports to neigh-
bouring markets, in the case of
those territories where all the
requisite factors for such an
orientation of the economy are
to be found.”



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Minister of State

Minister of Pen-



Appointed 1948

Wilfred Paling $14,000 00

Appointed 1947

Charles W. Key $14,000 00

Appointed i947

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$ 8,400 00

Earl of Listowel
Appointed 1948
Hector McNeil
Appointed 1946

H. A. Marquand $ 8,400 00





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State for Air . Henderson . $14,000 00 Terry’s Devon Milk Chocolate
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Alfred Barnes $14,000 00 ‘ 3
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Minister of Food John Strachey $14,000 00 4
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Minister of Town “ a ae
Lewis Silkin .. $14,000 00
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Minister of Na-
tional Insur-
ance... .. James Griffiths | $14,000 00
Appointed 1945
Minister of Sup-
ply and of Air-
eraft Produc-
George R.
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Minister of Fuel * : Fe
Hugh Gaitskell $14,000 00, a
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Curtains

and

so

Dwapes

from our Big Selection

hs

ing the conference.
In preparation for this confer-

24 times.
The most

important item in
the meat trade is dried,

As for dairy products, wide
salted, variations in consumption were

Appointed 1948

Law officers of the Crown also are members of

the Government, as follows:




of CRETONNES and

cnee, two extensive studies of
the import and export trade in
various livestock products have
recently been published by the
Research Branch of the Central
Secretariat.





These studies show that con-
sumption of meat and dairy
products has increased enorm~
ously since before World War Il,
but still remain comparatively
low. Also the sharp differences

onies were outlined.

Just as the two recent “Ex-
ternal Trade Bulletins” were re-
garded as basic steps to the study
of the problem, the conference
is regarded as the indispensable
next step.

Mr. Cramer has emphasised
that, while, by its very nature,
the conference would deal with
the technical aspect of livestock
such as breeding, nutrition and
——

je: consumption as between col-

shown.

The complexity, rather

and pickled meat; it accounts for
more than one-half the total in
volume and 45 per cent the ex-

penditure.

Puerto Rico, low though that
United States territory’s standard
of living may be in relation to
by far

far leads the rest of the Carib-

that of the mainland,

than a trend, is indicated by a
factor typical of the variety: the
British West Indies paid less
than twice as much for cheese in
1947 as they did in 1935; but in
that time the United States ter-
ritories increased their purchases
fivefold.

Attorney General

Lord Advocate ..

Solicitor General

——





Bulletin,
Jamaica’s

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Mobile Cinema at Holetown
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Mr, Hugh Popham lectures
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stated, “like the
expansion of local production of
in Puerto Rico, consti-
tutes one of the achievements in
the past, as well as one of the | First Lord

to the programme
Caribbean industrialisation.”

The Community

To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—I always felt that the
Barbados Electric Corporation is
charging too much for electricity
per unit, as compared with Trini-
dad and other places, and a few
persons from time to time have
written to the Press about it. But
now that the searchlight of
philosophy is turned on by Mr.
R. E. Smythies in his two illu-
minating articles in the “Advocate”
J am more convinced than ever
This gentleman claims to have
35 years experience as an Elec-
trical Engineer, and has worked
with big electrical companies in
large countries, surely he oug?:’

to know what he is talking about,

be taken immediately to go into
the whole affair of the company
with a view of securing better
service and lower rates in the
interest of the Community.

It must be remembered that
this company has a monopoly,
and as such it owes a duty to the
consumers; reasonable people will
be satisfied to be inconvenienced
for a few days, but not for six
weeks. I personally feel that the
community owe a debt of grati-
tude to Mr. Smythies for the light
he has thrown on the subject.

J. A. MARTINEAU.

Blindfold
To The Editor, The Advocate,

his place. Remember England in
the West Indies and the West
Indies in India. The fit and pro-
per person to fill that role should
have been one of the following:
Kentish, Trim or King.

Secondly, the. selection of the
newcomer Ramadhin: What has
he done to gain selection? Got
Rickards out on three occasions?
What and where was he before
the weak, scratchy Jamaica team
played at Trinidad. Fine young
blood should be given a chance.
but consider (young men at that
stage) such as Jim Parris, Gan-
teaume, Carew, Tangchoon, who
performed well time and again
yet failed to catch the selectors’

should be held by R. Legall of
Barbados but who is now domi-
ciled in Trinidad. The Trinidad
selectors did not see fit to play
him for the Intercolonial tourney
against Jamaica, because in their
hearts they knew he would have
been a dead cert, and would have
displaced Ganteaume or Guillen,
both of whom failed to gain selec-
tion. We shall look forward to
the West Indies suffering greatly
for the mistakes made erroneously
and glaringly by our blindfolded
selectors. :
o. Fh
Spanish
To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Sometime ago the Direc-

Tbe most significant dairy de-
velopment, according to the Trade
was the
import of condensed
milk since a condensary had been
established in that island.

“This development,” the bul-| house known as Chequers, in Berkshire. Ernest
similar | Bevin as Foreign Secretary has an official apart-
ment in Carlton House Terrace, London. A. V.
Alexander as Minister of Defense has an apartment
in the Admiralty Building, shared with Admiralty
Viscount Hall. Chancellor of the Exche-

reduction of

Downing Street,



Solicitor General
for Scotland ..

Held By Salary per Year
Sir Hartley W.
Shaweross.. $14,000 00
Appointed 1945 (plus fees)
John Wheatley $14,000 00

Appointed 1947

Sir Frank

Soskice ‘ $11,200 00
Appointed 1945 (plus fees)
Douglas

Johnstone $ 5,600 00

Appointed 1947 |

Premier Attlee has an official residence at No. 10,

London, and an official country

the future, with | quer Cripps nas an official residence at No. 11
of

Downing Street,

Too many students reach pro-
ficiency. in Spanish Grammar—I
unfortunately am numbered
among them—to find no further
use for their knowledge, where-
as there is no harm in all West
Indians being bi-lingual, testify-
ing at once our political ties and
our geographical situation; for in
reality. the Caribbean can be
described as a Spanish sea.

Perhaps your readers would be
interested in knowing what son®
competent observers abroad think
of our educational set-up.

I have been in correspondence
with a triend in Panama who
loves Barbados and who knows



and if his statements are in-

correct, it is the duty of the



sfute them can anyone agree ai
‘ has surveyed the With the selection of Lance Pierre mere chance batsman, his place in Posal, and it is, I believe, now ok we
Ww field of the working of the 25 one of the pace bowlers. Pierre the team could only be valid as left in abeyance ae teed
{ ation pointing it defects cannot even stand up to the inter- a stumper, which he is not, with But in these days when we are ors
: ré i 4 islands tour » matches of five such batsmen as Weekes, Worrell), striving towards West Indian eee comurel
: = = = p.. a ork weed Gomez, Rae, pee notwithstanding our at- Latin Ame .
1007 the Governor .has wide™fame gt that; think of the strenu- ber will’ he’ be gol what num- tempt, though futile, to encour intercourse-
. ro ooo Os ae oe 4 € pe soc en el vd * at n to bat? age Venezuelan tourists here, a ercourse
sons to investigate the affairs of sure the Man mes a ill p} Bs jor cane a of a practical knowledge of Spanish by He writes inter ali
- “ .& ere i earn ee Ee a eel . _ pie :S 4 arn! A team with more than a mere few would be to be very hopet
4 layer ta no sub stumpers, this position desirable that the Dir at I
that the rector

SIR,—Allow me to comment or
the selection of players to repre-
Management of the Electric Cor- Sent the West Indies in England,
Firstly how



eyes to make a
Country. The



ly his godfather. the
Third and last, K. Trestrail a bas been said

trip to the Mother pack Education :
esire to have Spanish taught in

Elementary

selectors are sure

expressed his

Schools. Much
against the pro-







the disadvantages ignorance
Spanish has caused to West In-
dians who travel in the countries

and who appreciates
consequences



London. Various other ministers

have apartments in their official office buildings.



Owes A Debt Of Gratitude To Mr. Smythies

proposed the teaching of Spanish
in Elementary Schools but my
hopes fell when news reached me
that your hard-working, well-
meaning, but alas, insular and
vbenighted, school teachers were
trying to upset the apple-cart....
it is my firm conviction that the
inhabitants of the B.W.I. should
all be bi-lingual, their second
language being Spanish.
“Although Barbados is probably
proud of its Erdiston, I am not.
I have always been strongly in
favour of having your teachers
trained overseas, as the only way
of breaking down their died-in-

the-wood conservatism and broad- |

ening their outlook, in the hope
that they would be able to pass

it on to their charges, and finally |

help a new generation to emerge
that realizes that Barbados is not
the centre of the world and civil-
ization, and that it is not the
fault of the rest of the world that
the island has been described

ther aptly 1 Museun

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and was in fact

they had seen

He did not believe that $70,000 nweople would be the firsi were on a bigger scale.





Brannam's report was 42, but he



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0 rding the commercial prov iding articles of pottery which Committee ogy short of the would meet the smal] scheme or their fingers at the Government as As regards the remark made by] actly what was the number to
gret Teer the pottery indus- were being sold, and not at a loss. sore tee: ue would be that $144,000 would meet the far as the Pottery Scheme was the hon. Mr, Evelyn as te be employed under the modified
gpilities i ia 4 was now proposed to engage 16 establish . oe Bai large scheme which Mr. Pile concerned. whether or not the advice of the scheme. — ’
> oo estion of the Hon’ble a ceramist and put in some plant in the island. Stry seemed to think would be wiser He felt that the scheme was Fimancial Secretary had beer The real object of the scheme ’ *
fe ely, further consid- capable of Producing articles should oe oe they to follow. uneconomical, and he was not obtained, he would say that thit}as set out in Holland’s Finest Beer
b of the Resolution was which Mr. Brannam was satisfied Y effort to

F terday in order that
“ a ight study the report

could _be produced on a profitable
commercial basis here.

establish local industries that had

any possibility of success.

:oing to vote for it, he said, and

Practical Proposition
er repeated his suggestion that C Dc.

In addition to all thase doubts,

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- a sacedieli , thes’ aa He did‘not agrée with Mr. Eve- there was a doubt about fuel. should be approached ‘and asked ii to inform the Council one 2) 4 with the minimum expenditure
: ittee who ene aon then day he had had a lyn’s query about the Finaneis! They had natural gas in the they would take ‘it on, or the other of the advice thai} and the minimum risk. It did Phone 2229
Wee yernment on vne set-up taniter a ee hey a Secretary, because he did not the island. How long would it a Acting Colonial Secretary a i ee Government officet | fail, he did not know what the ===
: : s > island who h i 7 ane : ; id replying, s . i i ives to Government. e
F ; Addendum to the Reso- taken an interest in the possibill: think that the report of the Com- last? Mr. Coppin had said he did replying, said that he certainly did gives a ent






maximum loss would be but _it

a r mittee was one which any finan. not see why it should not last for not propose to oppose the motion As regards the doubts that ha | would not be very great
the : ity of developing a market j he cis ee onan i bo & ’
js stated: y in the cial man would pass. The reason 30 years. Mr. Brannam on page elthough he hoped it would bo been expressed by the hon, Mr Furthe iscussi ,
nit be recalled that Mr. United States for locally produced why it had been sent d ’ nM 18 of the R t had said that possible to resume consideratiun Hutson and the hon, Mr. Chand- t her discussion was then
as employed under a handicrafts. This visitor had form of the resoluti i Sean tee Brag ely of the matter at the very earliest ler as to the $70,000, bein; | PS vere
a yevelopmen: and Welfare made considerable inquiries, Such vidual” Wo gihat Such a factory using natural gas y ¥: ee

i ort on a proposed
a ag industry jn Barba~
report, which was laid

he House of Assembly and
five Council, oo —
j i and other condi-
Bee cen be provided for
eaanufacture of the following

inquiries as he had made had in-
dicated to him that there were
very real possibilities for develop-
ing an export trade in handicrafts
such as pottery, furniture, basket
work, turtle shell, ete,

It was a coincident, said the
Acting Colonial Secretary, and he
did not want to Suggest that ne-

no private individual would be
Willing to take it on. That, how-
ever, did not militate against his
Support of the scheme.

He like Mr, Hutson was won-
dering whether they had gone
too far, and whether they were
not cutting down the scheme to
such an extent as would militate
against its success,

for firing and electric power from
the present Government factory
at Lancaster, or from elsewhere
at Id. per unit would be a prac-
tical proposition. Members of
the Executive would know that
to-day Government paid 2.91
cents per unit for pumping water
—bulk purchase of electric pow-

date; because if it was decided
that the scheme should be pro-
ceeded with—and he supposed
there was no question about that-—
it was desirable to take early
action to engage someone to come
to the island and see after :h:»
running of it.

Few Comments

enough to give the scheme a fail
chance,
this be left for hon: members tc
study and consider in the inter-
val before discussion be resumec
on the matter.
Misunderstanding

He thought there might ‘iay

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le . cessarily t , i ss er. He did not know how Mr. He would like t a 5 » the scheme was merely for th

siding bricks, na ¢ Saale rot hy “Tae ‘ ye ble J. D, Chandler said he Brannam expected that a pottery comments psa on ee benefit of the existing potters a || by

pllow blocks. easy to export pottery because of ment rection to the postpone factory would get electric power postponed, however. The hon, Mr Chalky Mount. It was not th: i
ing tiles, its fragile nature and freight diffi- felt thee Seren Je masa here cheaper. He had mentioned that Chandler had asked why it was Question of benefit to uote: oa oo
~ ra cotta ware, Culties, but it was one of the local be aie ane, hink thegrmation; to show that the cost would be that Government had sent down ters so much, it was the estab from... .
ee len " handicrafts which would get a the ng eyes that reading very much higher than was esti- this Resolution for £15,000; lishment of a pottery industry 0» . IL. Jason Jones |
Ee eokery, ; rey reasonable demand in the port oa ae nies chats ha ~ae. ; ed to have Whether it was merely because @ proper basis. & Co. Ltd.
ing bricks.” Collar areas. He then begged to views. overnment seem

m drew attention to
ieee possibilities of finane-
manufacture of pottery
an estimate of the capital
sof a factory capable of pro~
ae the minimum economic

‘No Private Capital
‘Committee appointed by His
the Governor-in-Ex-
Committee to consider vhe
meial prospects of establish-

@ clay-working industry ad-
W that it was unlikely that
se capi'al would be attracted
tment in the clay-working
and that if a dlay-work-

us was vo be started it
depend on the Government
iting Colonial Secretary
hat it was only a matter of
six weeks ago inat he had
min the Council that they

move that the Council concur in
the Resolution,

Hon'ble F. C. Hutson seconding
the motion for concurrence in the
resolution called it an effort to
help solve the island’s unemploy-
ment problem. They had been
told recently that the experiment
was a gamble, but in his opinion
it was a gamble that they should
take.

Main Reason

His main reason for supporting
the resolution was that the scheme
would provide work for local peo-
ple, and he thought that the suc-
cess of the scheme depended to a
large extent on the people them-
selves. Mr. Brannam in his re-
port had referred to the mentality
of the people who had been in the
pottery craft for generations, and
from personal experience he could
Support Mr, Brannam’s views,

He saw very little merit
in the resolution.
Only $5,000 ?

In the estimates for the preseat
financial year, $9,800 had been vot-
ed to carry on the scheme to March
31, with the understanding that
that amount would be refunded
to the Barbados Treasury by
Colonial Development and Welfare.
Only about a month ago that
Chamber had passed a resolution
for $5,000 to carry out the experi-
mental scheme temporarily.

When he had voted that $5,000
he understood from the addendum
to the resolution that the sum
asked for was to enable the fac-
tory to fulfill certain orders for
pottery, and that the sum would
be refunded out of the proceeds
of the sale. For that reason he
felt that the Council had not by
any previous vote pledged itself

‘hey did not have the nerve to
send it down for £30,000. Mr
Chandler had also asked whether
Government were leading them
up a garden path or was putting
down a bait for $70,000 so as to
get bigger game later on.

The Acting Colonial Secretary
said: “I will give the answer in
one sentence. The reason tha
Government have sent down this
Resolution for $70,000, is because
the amount is suggested by the
committee who have advised the
Government what to do. That is
the short answer to the question.
There is no question of cold feet
or anything else,”

The other question which the
hon, Mr. Chandler had asked, wos
whether any approach had been
—geeenniaemtna

——

Mr. Brannam in his report hac
expressed doubts, as the hon. Mr
Chandler had pointed out, as t
the craftsmen from Chalky Mour
being sufficiently competent t
produce good articles. That wa:

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grave doubt as to the merits of
the scheme, for they seemed io
be afraid to come for the $144,000
at one time, and were trying to
get half now, hoping that mem-
bers would be led up the garden
path.

He would like to ask the Act-
ing Colonial Secretary if £30,000
was to find employment for 42
people, how many people would be
employed with the expenditure
of half that amount. He wouid
guess it at 30 people. If they sank
£15,000 on 30 individuals that
would be £500 pe: individual.

The plea for the passing of the
money was that it would employ
local labour, Mr. Chandler said,
and then referred to the Vieux
Fo t scheme. He would not sit
there and vote for a miniature
Vieux Fort scheme, he said.

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ina Resolution to provide | There were ,people who had to vote additional funds, and As regards the employment o: alert . Applications are invited from th
fo enable the pottery in- been working in the craft who the-efore the ve "erie local labour, Mr. Brannam after following far a tournament.
: st oad el were accus rork ac , for $70,000 stood on its own ] cia le , take place at the Modern Hig!
y to continue on the presént wise, nd’ ho eee 7 re mer ts They had to decide speaking of the TeneeEnen en of School Stadium on Wednesda :
s » anc R 0 pe +Herits, ‘ : . “he ; nm otters hn 15th and Thursday 16th March
honourable members were amenable to factory hours and whether it warranted the expend- sciitaa his ot ited se enentisa \ . - FOR BRIGHT AND
‘ 7 ny scinline ™h- sat i . ¢ 5 s a) Elementary Schools in thy
. J. R. Brannam was factory discipline. “That was a iture of that sum. a mere proved un ps Ak soe
Hire years aso to come difiulty which Government “Mn Beans on Powe, gti ae, thay ode Gaaiey aan pg HEALTHY HOMES
under a research scheme Would come up against when the his report had suggested four = more European throwers as Championships
d. by Development and scheme was started. _, methods of setting up the eo tan foreman potters and instrucJors (b) Elementary Schools in (h
to investigate the possi- There was one thing on which and one of them was asking the If they entered the pottery Gountey ‘area for that ha;
f of establishing a pottery he wanted to inquire; Mr. Bran- Colonial Development Corporation 7m ae were pledging to Blementary School Cham
fy in the island. As the nam had asked for £20,000. After to sponsor the scheme. He want- scheme, they D pionships

fable Mr. Pile had reminded
time, it was due in large
the suggestion of Barbados
ire Limited vhat Mr, Brannam

deducting the cost of the Expert
himself and the working capital,
it would be reduced from £20,000
to $31,600. Would that amount be

ed to know whether the Govern-
ment had approached the Colonial
Development Corporation and
asked them to run the scheme.







spend $24,000 on the Head of thac
Department to employ him for
three years. They could not then
scrap the scheme after 12 months.

(ce) All Secondary Schools for th
Secondary Schools Champioo
ships in every division



; . ° (d) All Novices—i.e. those whi
dertaken that investigation. Sufficient to give the scheme a jf they had not been approached, If the whole idea a: ~ sonrees have never taken “part
h bee i the fair chance, or would they have ; ul Ss est that Government was to emply loca a our, . any contest, amateur or pro
Teport had been in the ae he would sugge hen have to decide eithe: fessional,
‘of members for the past to reduce the plant or building do so. would then

} He had recommended the

Ament of an indusiry at an
aed expenditure of £20,000,
Government before deciding
Sreport, invited two promi-
busingssmen, Mr. A. S§S.
Mand|Mr. D. G, Leacock,
| President of the Chamber
Mmerce, and also Mr. C, A,

ri i : : , i ; » Iky Moun
the Government Analyst, 80ne very fully into that report, not consider putting his money believed that the Chalky On Sale at
mt to Government on the and it would be much more satis- ! pili: venture to get four potters, working on their own : ‘ ; ‘
B aspect of the proposal. factory for members to read the ee Oe erees He would would undersell the Srvseunm, KNIGHT’S DRUG STORES with and without p4ppora
é ae, that this report Teport for themselves. eb, in a well established busi- and the taxpayers’ money woula } =
amatter of only a few , The terms of that report as read i — —

lad no’ been made avail-
the Council. It had certain-
i been withheld for any

son, and in fact until,

Herred to his papers, he
Tealised that honourable
Bhad not received a copy

=“
No Justification
what the report stated,
committee did not
Was any justifica-
moment for undertak-
me on the basis recom-
iby Mr. Brannam.
Which Mr. Brannam had
fatd in his report were
ad in light of subsequent
ee, taking the estimate
6*40,000 to £30,000, vhis
® #80 for working capital.
mimittee based their recom-
â„¢ Very largely on. the
@ of the export trade.
sacting Colonial Secretary
vs d to the points made
mmmittee’s report in this
yo in which they pointed
a Breates' weakness put
Mr. Brannam’s report

Space so as to
started?
Hon’ble G. B. Evelyn said he
would move the postponement of
further consideration until they
had had an Opportunity of seeing
the report of the Committee which
had advised the Government, The
Acting Colonial Secretary had

get the scheme

by the Acting Colonial Secretary
were not very favourable to the
scheme,

Mr. Evelyn asked whether the
scheme had been referred to the
Financial Secretary and if so,
whether he had recommended it.

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The scheme would not attract
private enterprise, because even
Mr. Brannam had’ said that it
might not yield more than four
per cent. In these days of heavy
taxation and not very much en-
couragement from Government
the individual who wanted to
start a private enterprise would

ness with reserves already built

up. re

s far as Mr. Brannam’s esti-
x .. was concerned Mr. Chand-
ler expressed doubt that a factory
could be properly equipped in
these days with £30,000. He was



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it with local labour or not to start
it at all.

The only other course that they
could adopt would be to employ
people from other parts of thc
island and leave out the Chalky
Mount people if they proved un
suitable, If they did that, he

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SALES MODERN BUNGALOW - Avetlosieer Mera Henrietta, Sch. United Pogron : Barbados Poston St John Halifax Mortres}
pub | Read, St. Michael, Deawis Dees ~ 1-3-50-8n, | S00 MM. Tannis, Sch Laudalpna, Son. Havel Scott, o9 tons net, Capt LADY
i> REAL Res m8, panty ine wing Dining, | Sachannitip H. Davidson, Aux. Sch. MarksMatks, for St. Vincent: Ageste: ath Mar. Mar 15th Mar. 18th Mar a
AUCTION A Gonveniences. Spacious yard Dat | , BY instructions trom Me > Jemmox | Ca@halot, M_ V.*Lady Joy, S.S. Speci... Schooner Owners* . Wh Ape ee ae a es Y
' 2104. yard. 2104. | 1 will offer for Sale by Pub! , ist, Yacht Serva La Bari S.S. Thirlby, 424? tons IMth Avr 28th Apr. —— Wh Apr. 3rd Ma
per agate line 20.2.50—2n | on Thursday next the ma monet? ARRIVALS Eves,for Trinidad; Robert May 17th —— 0th Mar. 22~4
REuATCAt “Hiam™ Kennel won glock on the Spot at Mile oat at i | MLV. Btue Star, 130 tons net, Cant 1 pom 38th = Be due. Sats one
Road—Front v rn, NewS his new house whi . a ral he ant ae tae ee
ORE SUR, ning water nce 04 | 8 ean painted’ ana hee we'sae't<”| iN TOUCH WITH BARRADOS COAST STATION a oo ar
DIED Toilet, Bath, ‘Also water, Kitchenette, cen. front house 18x10, back 92x19. cher | ee
. Garage, Phone 2062 8 and kitchen. Id suited as a ; . ar
-3.50— aS @ sea Cabte and Wireicss (resi indies) Ltd. tania, $8, Alea Ch c : y
; WINIFRED EUGENE, yos-! — a | Bicacny, inebection aa Gay" on ap" | advice that’ they'cas Sow communes Nueva Beparta, SS. Ove : ‘Gn (—<_ =
h at her eae Bayerurt; Kine Me eee LIME WORKS—Apoly tiew be Kony i Dy All — ek | with the following ships through their Herons Bridge, SS. jonian . Ss.
gg SES ee ae ee OE | ee ee ee nn Bose Buttalo, 88 AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Agents.
eek this afternoon for the Pilgrim | Soper Aykem SS. Los Angles, SS. Ushli, $-S. bal, 8.8. Marques
, Church, Carrington’s Viiiage,| toe houses furnished and U Sunray, S.S, Clister, SS. Brazil, S. Clara, $8,
p Uplintence to the Westbury Come. ynivenished, available at Maxwell Corsi. NDER THE SILVER HAMMER | palantia, SS. Detoro! SS. Atlantic Voy- lis, SS. 8
Friends are invited on long lease, or monthly ON THURSD. age>, M/V Southern District, S.S. Strix, Ariving, SS
. . (Father), Aleth Delaney | [f"â„¢". for further partirulare apply to| W. J Sen and. py order of Rev, | ss. Everett, S.S. Poseidon, S.s S.S. Glo Ini
Se em, Ruby, Muriel, (Siners,| Ro'rh A. ) Hardwood Alley. Phone | appoinimenet Sat Mitton Pwo hanes | Adelaide, SS) ALG, SB. Unieey, Sts Rodney. SS.
Clarence wy (Brothers), i ath 9. 80S oan sion Dining Table, | lialia, S.S. Apache Canyon, S.S. White SS. Mormackite,
White (Niece). PONNIE DUNDRE bright Chairs, Rocker, Settee, Orm.x-} Clover, S.S. Regent Hawk, S.S. Lia, Marion Moran, SS. deen gencenctieneetiton
Gap, fully furnistea a yh Lawrence pet Tables, Morris Chairs and Cushions,| S.S. Amastra, S.S. Powel River, S.S. of New York,
May and June. Apply B.C Bee | ant ees, Tea Trolley all in Mahog. | Erodona, SS. Regent Leopard, SS. wentdate, SS OUTWARD FROM TIE UNITED KINGDOM it
THANKS Dundee, St. Lawrence. Dial Sato owe Table in Pine, Gl se Se ee a ee ence A ' i POPULAR
. o ass China, Electric
4.2.50-t.f.n. | Ploor and Table Lamps, © rpet Due
YERS' Family begs to thank Rugs, Pi » Cai 9x 12. ( (as Hi
Bee eat he oceans! | of RNID BUNCALOWOn Garg |haeti "SOutbieâ„¢ gH Meme ge vent From Leaves arbados. |i} Cannon Gas Hotplates
pathy to them on the occasion 0’ ‘or. Fxcellent secluded position. DIXON end Screen, Public Address System . —_ with —
Gean of VESTA LLEWELLYN} 5 BLADON, Plantatichs — BAlldine sisting of one Microphone sva 2 Loud “CUSTODIAN” :.» Lendon wth Feb. 27th Feb. i > 3 BOMING BURNERS
oe. eentne Ried. | me 1.$.50—3n. | Speakers, Hallicrafters Radio, - Philes SS. “TACTICIAN” +» Liverpool 17th Feb. 4th Mar. |} 3 | GRILL BURNER & PAN {yj
1.3.50—In reheat Worthing-on-sea. Fully fur-|3 years) - Tron Beane font S.S. “LLOYDCREST” -» Lendon 25th Feb. 18th Mar, © Ten =o pr ret vecas FINES
I March n< & Gas installed. From | Springs, Single & Bourne re nord wee Cheam
thank all persons why | 1": March. Apply § : a le n Bedsteads HOMEWARD FOR at Gas Showroom, Ba:
esa ire tuneral, "sent wreath:,| 2978 ae ee fae and Press” in Pisce ey Cents Dresest RREMIVALS by B.W.1.A.L ee Sele: ee ~ UNITED KINGDOM.
. ther way ex- = Ches: . [ ARRIVALS—B WwW. vee wy Vessel.
oan their’ comnataey o- an on behalf Play Pen, Tove Bisre gawollen, Scales! From Trinidad—Abdoot Khan, Noor| Fer BRITISH GUTANA.... Roe For Closes in Burbados
‘Pre death of our loving father FITZ PURI w Prem, High Chair &e Sc Finotench; | Gairai, Banwart Bood-Hoo, Mata Beoac] Mr. Norman Wight, Miss Doreen
a YEARWOOD, who died on , OTICKS |: Lamp, Mier. Ban, Wot Penta | Hoo, Deorm Wendie Rane aoe: ee ee ee teen: ak enna” ‘ Liverpool 27th Feb,
Bs 1950 and was buried on Feb. | Stove, Mix Master, Kitches | #9. Bissoonla Bood-Hoo, Bipah Bood- Gambereetch, Mae Wilton Angos, Mstr.
saith Yearwood, (wife), Oliver,| 20 °#S!y earned by obtaining orders Ee Rressure Cooker, Ironing Board, | a ee ete soty Maeno ae Dave Angoy, Mrs. Marguerita ‘Angov.| For further information epply to
, Edith Yearwood, , , for private C Maer s breakfast Table and Chairs ana | 400, Aubrey Thornhill’ Lorna Hill mn Y, Archibald Barbour, TAY
soap. ee ae ee vour friends. No’ ae Cards ct many other items. Sale H.90 o'clock ee Blades, David Pursey, ae See. Lepvoen atte: Miss Lynne Joha- DA COSTA & co,, LTT ~Agents. ebbtdens iaaten i.e s sizes
ingsto: ‘earwe § > previo experienc: Terms Cash. . johnson, Mrs. Yvenn : .
: , (daughter). necessary: Write y he aa son, Miss Kaye Ji . : " L SOAP 1% (Neko
— 1.3.50 Sample Rook to Bitters ee! free] ne. TROTMAN & Evelyn Quechee Meee. Tehnson, Mr Donald Johnson, Nise ————— CUTICURA SOAP
Fitain’s largest and N & CO SiLYD Quashie, William Miller, Mary! giiesbeth Mcarthy-O'Leary, Rev. Penos sea o
tovennoe Publishers; highest commission, | o¢ » Ee | Rolfe, Rane Garth Beasley. | Bernara! Grim. ) CIE. GL CREAR oF WHEAT
MEMORIAM mvellous money making oppor:unity. | Ro probert Cruickshank, Grace Aus- i @ ALLEN BURY'S MALTED
tam ng| Some tre tia * P| Sa Sod tte te "| AEE NOTICE » SER TRANGATRANTIQUE [ih SG Bele tiie vo0s
ving me! of our dear mother ; 5 re ee ; a : 1. COMPO
wit aick-cenie: atear' REAL ESTATE | , trom La Guaira—Emest Muller, Marte FRENCH LINE MENNEN BABY POWDER
L } ter, Lord Manton, Lady Manton, JONNS LOTTO:
and aug ae Poa Mother's voice from NOTICE ) ,, LAND—40,000 square feet of land at ae miadia Blanco, Iola Gome Sailing to Trinidad Sailing to ” er CREAM.
| We've Top Rock. Apply C.B. Cole, C/o S. FE S, onzalo Rodriguez, John Morgan Plymouth ” » SOAP
home 1 PARISH OF § ; iret | From J pon
les have gone, T. JOSEPH Cole & Co. Ltd R s om Jamaica—Miss E, Frances Cam- “ ul
re eno loves our Thother best, | mene Yearwood antry Road lesin- ne Orit bt |eron, Col. Walter Calver, Dr. Neil Mc “GASCOG: er ce. March 14th March 21st
called her to Eternal Pest } om Sugar Hill to Union, is oced | oy Donald, Cyril Hodge, Miss Mary Mc WT basil, clk < April 4th { 4% d
e Cuthbert, John Babb.. (Sons).| {“" Tepairs until further notice, LAND at Amity Lodge, Worthings. | Donald, Mrs, Bima McDonald, Brig. } “GASCOGNE” ....... April 19th April 26th
oe Doreas, Miriam Babb, (Daught-rs) | By order of (Christ Church, 17 house spots varying | Charles McCarthy, Mrs. Patricia” Me “MISR” ? ; ( CARLTON BROW
th, Doreas, » (Daud The Commissioners of Wishes. | , ‘ 3 lz . ES GEE Taian cen ose t May 9th May i8th : ’
igrd children) 3 great erond stoners of Hightwoys j from 8,000 sq. ft. to 12,000 sq. ft. New | Carthy “GASCOGNE” : » 3 | 4
P USA. Papers Please Copy) | 98.9. sot ee Seat | Obtainabie hee ey naen Wondacs | Por TRINDADE® eee . ; reer nee Wholesale & Retail
i, 3. 50— . Vendor's 2 tees *
re i os | ————— lati | r ther eae ee os say For | Me can See. Miss Marianne Booth For further particulars apply to:— Druggist Fi
© IN loving memory of mv deer fail NOTICE | further app) - N, Alleyne, | Mrs we yn Booth, Mr. FBawarc That COLUMBIA RECORDS INC. a * ‘
WOSEPH BASCOMBE of Workinsa \ | Fairways, or Dial 8164. ‘Term: | Gooth, Mrs. Eva Hart, Mr. Herbert Har orporatior , on 2 M N ES - en .
i St. George's who passed away PARISH OF str heres iw be arranged. Sistine | M — oer Miss Ruby Inc he awe oe Gee = & vO. & Co, LTD. Ag ts. 136 Roebuck St. Dial 2813
Merch 1, 1947. will be : +2.50—1?r, | Miss Rowena Ince, Mr. Arthur Outte United States of America, having afa
us but leaving memories, e received by the Mre. Gabrielle Outten, Mr, Hugo Mon‘e Jace of bus 2 , “AY OO.
i Daith ‘can never take away ma) Per “the, aupply st Fresh Mike (gran) ng fans oe bis ran a nat Seite ee a Mr. Henry Barbey | Vew York 19, State ot New York, United eeeananaan nT
. that ever lingers, § sh Mi o rds. ear lantation, st. ! Stella Russell, Mr. Messinger, My Fit itates of ‘ .) ,
upon “this earth we stay thine ouse, Tilk to be suppliec Michael. 7 ped ant one = ee Mr. Arthur Leve, Miss eahtetiin atta we oe ou I nf tis > ‘
Ella Louise White, Mrs. Pinne (2) For the ere modern amenities are available + Mrs. Lucy Carson, Mr. Seth Whi: ection with Phonograph records and \
Leotta Clarke, (daughters) the Abnanebly of Fresh Meat to/a@ reasonable offer accepted. Apply ‘so, Mrs. Alice Kimberley, Mr, Cecil Isaacs | cecord blanks, elentrie Tees are .
Ouse. A. R. Brome, Bri s : ? aol| Mr. E 3 a aes . phonographs ‘
poe, (sare "3 50- Ir 8) | tthe “ey of Medicine and | or dial 4191. Pare re Oa ford, eA. Woteen be Maete Wane ntitied "te Tae Bay Fy BS. ‘
; ae : oO e Almshouse and to GINO OU | Mrs. Q. Keny, Mr. 'G sbhard Keny. Mr yonth y cae ‘»
> Never loving memory of My Belov~’ (4) For the ene BUSINESS PREMISES No. 46 Roebuck | Margaret Johnson, Mr. Alistair Jonneon 950 hak sii araee chal ee .
4 ELSIE HOWELL who departed ‘or conveyance of paupers Street, just rebuilt. Very suitable for | Mr. Jack Precope, Mr. Fred Smith, Mr neantime give notice in dup! oO ever Consumer of .
oa ‘on March Ist 1949 (a) mm a ye jouse to | Grocery or Provision and Liquor busi- | Blizabeth Smith, My. John Dodge, M: t my ofthe oF WeOuON OF steko D
# 11 'y pi the parish ness. Inspection on application. Offere Whitney Shephardson, Mrs. E-eano | stra . EASY
- oe Cee wae, teaperdl\ (b) Rs ana the General | in writing will be received by the | Shepardson. hte Leslie Schulz, Mrs ”n sppnnaiion at aa ane ee oy ‘
Bi year today you were called to rest Saba ort ee | undersigned . m. dokthon _— Schulz, = ge = ares Mr Dated this 27th day of February 1950 | ectricity gen erate y t e ‘ ‘ ‘i
3 . . . hompson, Mr. G. Roberts, Mr. 4 ig
/ ad eens ee eae ) “a the ie ee bi “Sunnyside”, Royce, Mr. A Nurse, Mr. B. Bovel) Regutrar of Wrens sore ; THE MONEY-SAVING WAY
mace, ¥ From ouse to e Chel Jard F rris, Mr, J 2 _ + rs °
Thy voice on earth no more we'll hear Cemetery. ’ D soot Harris, Mr. James Lochvie, Mr: 28.2.30—sn Barbados Electric Su l K Bedstoads, singte and double Iron,
ferll always be in our memory oa any part of the parish Cen Sgilahomany, $7 up—Heds
on 3 ; the Cemetery. es & Cots, Cradies—Wardrobes or Linen
Grethel. Howell (daughter) Elsie N.B.—The Board of Guardians reserve a ee ° ¥ '§ Presses Vanities and MS
S res uA ‘ Dresest;
Broomes (Adopted eee Siesin eee Ocoee Ygbauvers by Bus, | ait 2 p.m. on Yoursday, znd Mare TAKE NOTICE Corporation, Utd. — 1® Tadies— Washstands, ‘Nightchairs
pha opinion ey can e . 80 , we will offer for sale: 200 shares Streans.
conveyed. Barbados Fire Insurance Co. of £1 !
ul loving memory of our dear beloved) “ime Boand of Guardians do not bind| each. 15 shares—Barbados Tele > i y
a 4 § s r phone " tee nS, Lanch, Fancy and Kitchs:
RINE FOSTER who departed this life themselves to ‘accept the lowest or any | Co, Ltd.” Prevareed ee a relehone bie It ts stated On compete author ity that the Acts or | TablesWaggons and chen
Deep in our hearts lies a picture ' Signed G. S$ CORBIN Abe bithattinpiaementigesistiet iss weer Corporation Ltd. is oper bean aoe Supply inets—- Tea : agg
‘More precious than silver or gold. Clerk, Board of Guardians, HOUSE: Modern Bungalow, freehold i s ties othe le. Sve: the Gy ; Framed Pictures 18." 10 $1.20.
Sts that of our Darling mother St, Peter: | 4096 9q. f. Beale tres ws en Executive Committee wide »wers to deal with a situa. Moaris ure, Rush and Qaned
"Whose memories will never, grew ou ‘ ; plenty of space for Chickens, : tion such as exists today anc !ias. existed for many months '® Purniture— Rocking, Berbice
_lmora, Bileen, ora ‘ ei | Pigs, etc. Gas laid on. Apply: in connection with the elec ri: light and power situation. 1Q Reclining Chaire—Tud Purniture—
a): VOrRen, Sea NOTICE set", Belmont Road, 21 Tt is proposed to send a petition to the Governor of Bar \ freee nd, longo ier Migrore
-(prand y 3. 2 § t iti t “
- “A bados,. If you are interes:rd in. improaped service at i
: . EMILY FLORENCE JORDAN | reasonable rates, please eit!e> sign the form below a d Buy Now at— ' j
n g rn n
FORK SALE (Deceased) BUILDING LAND, St. James. Ap- mail or deliver it to the offic of the Barbados Advocate
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all proximately 2 acres with excellent sea That UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL FILMS; INC.: a corporation organized attention The Advertising M.nager—or, sien : if he MONEY SAVING PRICES
— ten date a We en sane ao ae we ree oa ea and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware, United States of America, ) ‘inthe ae ee oer 8 .








Models, still going strong. Always| C/o Messrs. Cottle, Catford & Co., No. 17

driven, in good condition.} High Street, Bridgetown on or before
able price. Apply: Straughn's| the 10 day of March 1950, af'-~ -hich
James Street. 22,.2.50—t.f.n | date T hall proceed to distri ule the



assets of the Estate among th» parties
entitled thereto, having regard to the
debts and claims only of which I shall
then have had notice and that I shall
not be liable for assets so distributed tc
#ny person of whose debt or claim J
shall not have had notice at the time of
such distribution.

AND all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their
accounts without delay.

Dated this 8rd day of January, 1950

LINDSAY E, R. GILL,
Qualified Executor of the Will of
Emily Florence Jordan, deceased.

5.1,50—4n

ICAL

LES CARRIER CYCLES—Also
21 Gents and Ladies Sports Auto
Co. Trafalgar St. Dial 2696.
7.2,500—t.f «1.

















One lady's Raleigh Bicycle
fondition complete with light,
¢ tyres etc. $45.00 Cash. Phone
te 28, 250-—2n .

—_Gents 3-Speed Raleigh

Ms $50.00. Dial 2491,
1.3,50—3n.



STOCK NOTICE
wk. Excellent, hunting or Wate! ST. MICHAEL'S OLD GIRLS’
91-79. 28.2.50-—6n ASSOCIATION

CE}

EOUS
STAMPS: Used British Colonial Stamp

THE Annual Reunion of the Old Girls
of the St. Michael’s Girls’ School will
take place on Thursday 2nd March at
















. * . ds, films and records with sound, words
1.3.50—1n | and/or music recorded thereon adapted for synchronization with separate picture
nen. | films; and motion pictures and will be entitled to register the same after one month
“THE MALL” (Near Waterford Es-| from the 28th y of Y 1950 unless some person shall in the meantime
tate) St. Michael, Pleasant ol world give notice in duplicate to me at my offide of opposition of such registration
property standing in approx. 2 acres of/ The trade mark can be seen on application at my office,
pleasant and quite private grounds Dated this 27th day of February, 1950
flanked by sugar cane. ¢€ reception, 3 H. WILLIAMS,
bedrooms, large verandah, double gar-

Registrar of Trade Marks.

age, stabling, servants’ quarters, court- 28.2. 50-21

yard etc. This property is offered at a@
very reasonable figure making it an
attractive renovation proposition. DIXON
& BLADON, Real Estate Agents, Plania-
tions, Building, Phone 4640. 1.3.50—1n

“RICES", St. Philip. Massively con+
structed Estate home with 4 bedrooms,
large and airy reception rooms, veran+
dah, ete. Stone out-building with double
garage, barns, cow-pens, milking shed,
large courtyard. Over 17 acres land
with several fertile acres excellent for
ground provision cultivation, Property
vi suitable for mixed farming. DIXON
& BLADON, Real Estee Agents, Auc-
tioneers & Surveyors, Plantations Build+
ing, Phone 4640 1,3.50—In

The Results of Raffle at
(i. B.S. Hostel

TAKE NOTICE



Values” in singles or more. Write| 4.30 p.m. All old girls are asked to Tat UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL F Sti a temiebeaiiis, abeamlaen
James Bourne, Bath Village 21, Ch. | make a special effort to attend. ana Weisting under the Inne or the Dow 7h a, yn
: oo Onan: Were PRIZES having a place of business at 445 Park Avenue, New York 22, State of New Yorks
meneeeney United States of America has applied for the registration of a trade ark. in
AMP NEWS—At the Mayfair Gift 1.6.50—1n NOS. connection with synchronized apparatus for simultaneously coordinated
tic Club. First day covers: Se ee eee ss 93; | l@ht and sound effects; films with sound, words and/or music recorded thereon;
me oe, Sopnation Starape. THE BARBADOS Be wovanant lst——615; Be ee Set, Nines pound Kecarded thareon adapted, for synchronisation with fepeweie
8. years — 1818; 5th—1 . = ; | Sound, wo: and/or music and records, a recor w found,
my 16.2. 12n | Address: Tudor Bridge, St. Michael, B ‘dos 4th: ’





Lord President #3 Founder — Rey.
L. Bruce-Clarke, P.C.L.P., B.W.M.,
E.M., B.C.D,

YOUR HELP NEPDED
The Barbados

came a world-w and recognised
movement because our object is to up-
lift and improve the lives of the poor,
unfortunate, neglected, despised and
forgotten youths of Barbados, so remom-
ber ouy activities include, Religious and
General Knowledge, Unity and Culture
Matto Lord help us, lest we fall

in, 8 ft, and 9 ft lengths also . wy. ke, Lord President
Plates 1/16, 1/8, “4; 5/16 and Founder .

8 sizes, Enquire Auto Tyre mg B. Grant L.Th, Director and
. Olga Brown, General Secretary
end Handicraft Instructress.





: Do not let Electricity

Y you. WA — you a ote oe
John D. lor & Sons Li

2. .50—an

ING SUIT—Coat, vest and trou-
38°. Top Hat size 7 1/8. All in
dition, pre-war quality. Selling
small. Dial 2001.


















1,3,50—2n

SIVANISE SHEETS—In 24 & 26 gauge
steel















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ocgvecttortgallt Yi mes A EE OO a ee ee
ian oe being made to com-| Destination per }-oz. Cards Forms Destination ____ per 4-02. Carts Forms
mence 1950 Foo Season sometime | _ shiiealiiiin abe anne _ _ sia
an between Monday” th Mave and Wed+ cents cents cents - cents cents cents
nesday . of Chibs can Great Britain 30 ty 12
Coppin, Semetary DAFA. co| AUDA 6... ss... 7 ’ (via' Jamaica)
ee. | Al 16 8 8 Great Britain .. 50 25 12
Keak mou 16 8 8 (via Trinidad)
18 9 8 | ne vt 24 12 8
eae (via: Bermuda)
(via Bermuda) 30 15 8 | Newfoundland .... 26 1] 8
10th at 4.30] "(yi ‘Trinidad eo 3 r (via Trinidad)
12 6 6 United States 18 9 8
for the Council meeting}\uracao’ ........ 12 6 (via Jamaica)
is ab follows:— 6 United States 30 16 8
Dom. Republic ..... 12 6 — (via Trinidad)









three
of players during the 1950 season.
General Business

0. S$. COPPIN,
Hony Secretary B.A.F.A



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

JAMES NATHANIEL
Buses srt Marche id, St. Philip for
permission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,
&c., at a board - shingle shop .a
Marchfiel . Philip.

Dated this anth ay of February 1950. |
To:— D. D. MORRIS Esq |
Aetg. Police Magistrate, Dist. “C }

JAMES

— Series I
return same to Ena
ley, Dalkeith Rd
1.3.50—1n

Bulling Al

: E,
Series C N "So
. N.B.—This application will be consi-
i ae dered at a Licensing Court to be held |
: at Police Court, District ‘C’, on Frida
TICKET-—-Series 4 | the 10th day of March, 1950 at 11 o'clock
ee a ieee me D. D. MORRIS, _
eee , ae Zz istrate, is! .
13 soan| Ag. Police Magis bs ta

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7th — 61; 8vh — 1478; 9th — 1075:
10th—186; 11th—1803; 12th—240;
13th—171; 14th—1600.

on Friday, 3rd March, from 4 p.m,
to 6 p.m. for Prizes.











and/or musie recorded thereon adapted for synchronization with te picture

films; and motion pictures and will be entitled to register the same Tr one month

from the 28th day of February 1950 unless sonse person shall in the meantime

Ag notice in duplicate to me at my ona of Soret of such registration
t mar’ seen licat! t e.

Please call at the G.F.S, Hostel ‘onon na hea Fara, yall

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marke.

POST OFFICE NOTICE

AIR MAIL RATES
Effective from lst March, 1950

UU eee ee





















NOTE. Two rates have been fied for letters to Great Britain, Canada and the bg States. In
the case of Canada, there is only one mail per week, that on Fridays by

which the rate is 18 cents. Letters for despatch ‘> Canada other than by this opportun-
ity must be routed Via Trinidad and the tizher ro. affixed.

At present three air mails are sent wee!
United States. These mails are closed on Mondays. 4
these places closed on Saturdays via Jamaica {\ sent Via Trinidad. Letters for despatch on Saturc
the higher rate of postage affixed.

“vmaica to Great Britain and the
‘sesdays and Satu for
oproximately one day er if

ys Via Trinidad must be $80 marked and









Printed matter by air mail to Great Britain.
Effective from ist March, 1950, printed matter (including newspapers, commercial papers
and books) will be accepted for Great Britain for conveyance by air mail at 9 cents per 4 oz.
Printed matter by surface mail to Great Britain.
Also effective from 1st March the postage on printed matter to Great Britain and Empire

countries will be increased to 2 cents for the first 2 ounces. For each additional 2 ounces or part the
rate remains at one cent |

General Post Office, |
28th February, 1950.



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iii naNSSGGASGS iearannssssasnassesasmasnsinnsnesnsnamanmunsinaumamameanneememas

PETITION

to
His Excellency the Governor

of Barbados.

For many months the « omsumers of electric
power generated, distributc.j
Electric Supply Corporation,
suffered from lack of proper ser
entailing to them substanti./
ergency facilities for cooking
other uses normally operated
to industry and business ar> causing grave concern, and
the entire situation is doing untold harm to the Island in
discouraging visitors and prospective residents,

Vague promises and precictions have been made as to
the early restoration of norivial service but there has been
no marked imvrovement in service.

We understand that Your
under the terms of the Ac
Electric Supply Corp. Ltd. i

light and
and sold by the Barbados
Ltd. of Barbados have
vice from this corporation,
expense in providing em-
lighting, refrigeration and
by electricity. The losses

Excellency has the power
ts under which the Barbados

S operating to deal with such a
situation as exists at thistime. We are, therefore, petition-

ing Your Excellency to take erly action to cause an in-
vestigation to be made which will cover such matters
as:—

FIRST: The early installatic > > proper generating equip~
ment to supply continuous |i * and power to all consumers
on the Island including suf'-i-nt excess ‘capacity to take
care of any breakdown othe: “han that caused by hurri-
cane, floods or fire.

SECOND: The supply of cu rent at proper voltage.

THIRD: The finances of the © ompany to be examined to
ascertain the cost of produ ing electric current in Bar-
bados, including all legitima':: overhead charges, taxation
and other items that shoud fairly be included. Also

profits have been unduly large in view of the
nature of the undertaking, w hot dividends have been paid
on the actual capital inves.cd, whether taxes paid in

are a serious factor in the cost of electricity in
Bai and other pertine.! information.

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retained in view of the fact that it was originally made as
a temporary measure during wartime, also why the dis-
count for t should not be restored to the

former figure a

FIFTH: The appointment of a permanent Public
Commission of competent individuals with full
over service, rates and capital financial matters,
a reasonable lim. as to dividend payments.
We respectfully solicit your cooperation and edrly
action in this intolerable situation, which direetly or in-
directly continues to affect adversely every individual on
the Island of Barbados. :

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red
iy So. now at an age when] script, then flew right back again
most athletes have donned the Short ‘Prip
smoking jacket and carpet slip- Similarly, he has a short trip tc
pers, Primo finds himself sudden- } Caracas, Venezuela, lined up, anc
I hy he peak of his earning | 4 longer one to the British Isles it
I e April.
Carnera was a wrestler and Primo is playing a part in the
circus strong man in _ his} estoration of wrestling in Madisor
native Itely when a little French-} square Garden. He appeared a’
n, Leon See, discovered the bi: semi-finalist on the Antonin
fellow more than two decade‘ | zocca-Gene Stanlee card early ir |
Ww See took one look at Primo he winter. In March, he an |
i inch frame with a tocca will be the featured attrac
a 0 pounds He de | jon on another Garden bill. |
4 y ci fortune was waiting } For a long time, Carnera wa |
ay A Carnera beeame a boxer nderstandably bitter about hi |
tt } Fortune Waiting orate a an in thi |
ae was a fortune waiting, ountry is wrestling succes : : ‘ .
| | O naten ecient tas erased those. memories, how MR. ARTHUR CREECH JONES (right) is here seen with Mr. Leary
i to relate n DTT ot tar he realions 1 ag ag Constantine (left) world famous West Indian cricketer and Mr.
eg got much of it. Thef ¥* oer a oe ie he be- | Andrew Kempton. ex-Surrey wicketkeeper, with some cricket gear
ychman taught Carnera what] * or cashing in on his rini | gestined for boys of Jamaica and Trinidad. Mr Jones was then
‘ight charitably be called the} putation. ; : F Secretary of State for the Colonies and his support of Leary’s appeal
rudime of boxing and, after a For Carnera, life did begin at} for the gear was only one of the many kind actions of his on behalf
i ( f years in France and 40. of the colonies. He lost his seat in the recent election
f } nd, brought his big “fighter” ie ay ee
he United States { and the undoubted value ‘to the
only trouble was that See B.G. Offers | oO Pa i team of a fourth fast bowler
ve much money or in- + e r we cannot too strongly recom-
influence To finance his project ji | mend our suggestion, which is
' for “Da Preem’ or rim n m in the best interests of W.I
he } barter percentages of oe e€a | cricket. Will appreciate a eabled
ii er Eventuall the reply at earliest”
lin gern 7 nr ola hoe (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) eee ears
various backey's totalled more than oe GEORGETOWN, Feb. 28.
100 per cent BRITISH GUIANA Cricket Control Board decided at an
See eventualls squeezed emergency meeting lasting four hours on Monday night te
- altogether ¢ armata \ = despatch an urgent cable to the West Indies board, strongly j »
10 mot than a pawn in the hands S10C0eS —é ‘ 3 ° J . -"
Se his adeorted roanagers avi iggesting the inclusion of pace bowler John Trim on the \ =" At the first
sponsors. team to tour England, and offering to stand the extra finan- SS AS) hint of a
The Carnera build-up, in all its clal expenses if necessary. acs
gord spects, is a familiar story Soa The meeting was fully repre- Jae: < O L D
te ts fans by now. Suffice it r " sented, and presided overy by the o> >
‘ nA: vas vaised. 6 President, W. S. Jones, who issued .
ship stature through a che following svatement to the “
eri ick knockouts against Press today x
econd rate opponents. “The meeting discussed in ’
Won Ana Lost detail the recent selection of the
Py Na alla: adalah lel West Indies team to tour Eng-
E wit! , ae acaan land and the subsequent poor 3
: Pe ate eas 7 representation accorded the :
" Jack Soaraey pas June, ‘ colony, and decided to send the INHALANT
i Max Baer not\§ following cable to R. K. Nunes,
year later. He continued Jamaica, President of the West on your. haneRerehiey ang, RaIpy
r it here and there until, his 4 Thies Board for comfort and protection. Breathe
F apparently ¢ ENAUSLE,| The B.G. Board is dissatisfied ye Sener de ae ce
‘ e to vanish into} Be and is strongly supported by
i i 1938 l public opinion over the nonin-
4 fell was next heard clusion of Trim on the We
he when he was Indie team Would great
bia act h the Italian appreciate you and West Indies — eS
ta again the Nazis Board give urgent consideratio
i ‘ 4 Pele 1 helped to bring back to take Trim’ as seventeent
elt i ‘ after the war, and player, “precedence is the ca
a3 , turn, brought back of Hylton in 1939. If you are ul
I { er His former Hylton in 1939. If you are un
{ reputat a boxer and his size able to finance the extra playei
ei ; ea Pr ) become one of be board oe assume } } FLAKES, ALL BRAN,
a be ' ; cae nis responsibility n view ¢ WHEAT. GRAPENUTS.
ptt tk mat : EN ;
Uiale y ’ ae onahed JOHN TRIM the division of the selectior
he at ut of ad a oe nd ae *! committee on Trim’r iiclusion
I i 4 é I « housa re TIC
a per year Kid Ralph Beats — SUGAR.
yn 1} A i f it all is @ .
. that Primo now retains most of Bonnie Blackmag JA MAICAN
: what he ake except for the 7
ae ; : ne ath Unel Kid Ralph, the Markey Mauler {
’ ; e ‘ , Drincen, 3 retained his Middleweight Champ- Y } r,
~ a iouship by scoring a points victory WINS | } Jolan BD. Taylor a
> | over Bonnie Blackman, the Mask- Dial
oss | ; . aor
“pear . ed Marvel, in a 10-round bout at Jial 4335 —
Par ry W ins |the Brighton Sports Club last Y G M iS Pe is
y ’ | cight SSSI
; : a A. A kh 53% SSOO% a
Spoon Shoot | Ralph, who vipped the scales at er
163 Ibs., had Blackman, his lighter GUATEMALA CITY, Feb. 28
handicap| opponent, baffled throughout the} yincent Roden of Jamaica “won
won by] ten r¢ s Pern :
; ou Oe Pay Ts Founie : = the 800 metres event in the Cen
u a score ‘he first round saw Ralpn teal A ‘ican Games here today %
e Govern-| landing his jabs with ease while His ti ape vty 1 = 89 i; a x
.e ist at) Blackman back-pedalled with his Rafael Ponbaie of “Cubs wes %
; 60 Conditions] guard well up Round two Saw] tna "100 metres yn 10.3 eae oe
t el oe a Black A pM acy Vinvon Benckatts ‘of Jam aic %
Po nittent ywers| crosses vo Blackman’s mid-section.| ; fe + oe
: Mr. Parry is t It was not until round six that ath ae high jump with | §
fe ae ‘ I on a very good| Blackman carried the fight to| von (chev pe eee ¥
} ‘ have won even| Ralph. Blackman came out of his x
” ( The ores for| corner and landed a left and right eventually won on points %
4 I follow | ct to Ralph’s head, but Ralph, The Judges were Major A. RIB
iS Fag L | Parry 98.92| who counvered rapidly, soon sent} Foster and Mr. J. Smith; Time x — =
' , is G him back on the defensive keeper, Commander Baird anc |% P J
>? ; 7 ties 98.83 i nes an one, nd as Mr. P. C. S. Maffei was referee % D oe 7 Par d
ore k 5 eather ere fought calmly but in rounc % , el ,
98.00| ten Ralph delivered some accurate | (77 en % nom pily aes
The fc e best gun| Tight, crosses which had Blackman "W . Le
cores recor | covering up The Weather $ ee
Mi Parr 95 A heated 6-round Semi-Final $ ‘ ‘
RSM H. B. G Viarshall 93] Was witnessed between Belfield TO-DAY »
i.e. 3 ( ‘ 93| Kid and Al Carrington. The Kid ‘ . ~~ DAY g
Capt. S. Weatherhe 92| won on points, Sun Rises: 6.15 a.m. % i alle
Mr. T. A. L. Robert 91 ( aertaeon appeared to be the be naa SE rt me ‘ ’ WASHES CLOTHES
My 1 IcKir ¢ é » or . Ci 9 ¥ v VAY . sw
fait A. 8. antes So| use of his fest toot-workr to conde || | Laghtings. 6.30, pas. ; US 45 CS
Vie arre! ) use ¢ S Tas »t-work to evade : , a a ——
Mr K. S. Yearwood 86} many blows q — Water: 2.14 a.m., 1.40 g
In a Preliminary bout Kid James ee . , ‘
eed aon ames YESTERDAY
ogee a Pane over Al Roland in . :
* UE) ‘ 1e fourth and last round. James Rainfall (Codrington) .35 ins ‘
JAP SWIMMERS made good use of his height and Total for Month to Yester- :
> ~ . x reach and eventually outpacec | day: 1.56 ins. £44 ACCESSES SOB GOLDS
FOR S. AMERICA Roland Temperature (Max.) 83.0° F. _ " —————S
rOKYO, Feb. 28 Amateur bouts were fought be-;| Temperature (Max.) 70.5° F. ,
record breaking swim-| ween Woodbrook Kid and Sleepy Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E. bb e Make “ne
' Horonossi Furahasi, and| Kid, Baby German and Young (3 p.m.) E.
4 three other Japanese swimming} Kid Hinds, and Gunboat Wiltshire Wind Velocity: 11 miles per
# ‘Tokyo by air for South! and Fearless Collins. } hour
# kmerice norni take part In the last mentioned Collins had Barometer: (9 a.m.) 30.037;
; i e Brazilian championships Wiltshire at his mercy but failed} (3 p.m.) 29.957
a i i Reuter. to score the KO, blow and
rife ca | ‘
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«Life Begins At 40”

For Boxer Primo







EW YORK, By Mail lost his timidity and his desperate

That t “Life begins at | homesickness. Nowadays, he i
forty” 1 well have been | nobody’s fall guy in a busines: |
inspirec Carnera. The | discussion.
giant former heavywei boxing His new profession takes him
‘ ip t of ups and|all over the United States, with
acwa if ius lifetime, but since he yuick side trips to other countries
turned 40 his fortumes have been | whenever the monetary lure is}
strictly on the up-grade sufficient Primo was offered|

Accorcing to the records, Prime } $3,500 plus expenses not long age}
is 43 years old now. It was just} for a single appearance in Hono-j
+bout three years ago that Primojiulu. He flew to Hawaii, disposed

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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE ESPAY, >IV| I(H CaJtib CaUw? ( ••ol.ONFI, W. Calver. Cwr-n t aton.r of Police, .lam.lcn arrived from Jamaica on Mo>fl> bv B.W.I A (01 lha Conf.n'iica o( PoUee Commlatlooan. Also arriving (or Ihis Coafcrenc. was Cotaael William A. Orratt. mmmUom of Mica. Brill* OvUna. Ha artlrfd vaaMRby by Bill from B 0 Newspaper Tails. I N coimaclien with lae EahnVUon of Bntuh Periodicals no jhowlm at US. Briush Council. Mr. George Huntc will lecture on Thursday. March tad. •< ,' p m on "How a British Newspaper Is Made". Tha lacturo will oa Illustrated by ftlll pictures anl followed by a sound film. a Wa in EnfliKl on B.C Schoiarahip MI: POCKET CARTOON fc. OSBKRT LANCASTER alt uill fry l away by ii< ( had oar tomtit eFor B.C. Ladies' Athletic Meet M ISS GRACE CUMBERBATCH, Barb***' leading Undy athlete. left ;rt**jr.e airport to se* her off. as well as Mr. Arthur Jones, Vice President of the Amateur Athletic %  Association of Barbados and the Secretary of that Association Mr i W Maynard .eek-end via Trinidad bv B.W.I A He was accom >anied by his wife and they had spent about two months' holiday hero. Thev ran staring at the Maine Hotel t € Ovt Of hoanital Wft H LYTT. HITSON A. .Jinks, Angoy who been here for three M Paid Business Visit R FRED BURROWES. President Dnqori-l. of TVafaf St reel. recently vaasWl •vdit a siiccesa/ul operation at the General Hospital r.nioyinf Her W.I. Holiday Ms many friends win w d.w AMISS Elizabeth Mac Carthy be Had to hear that he ts up and about. Cartb wi*he* hli I.IOIIK Till VTHl Tonit,Oil—MADAM TIAM H M ,t M ISS i v certainly seems W enioving her holiday in tl* West Indies. She has just returned i.-om Carnival in TrinKiad. enmplet* KI mn months on leave with hi* wife and two children returned yesterday by B.W.I.A. to Br.rn. Guiana They were staying In a bungalow along the Maxwell l Coast. Prior to hit arrival here. Mr Angoy was in England for tw< months on a British Council Scholarship doing Social Industrial of John F. Burrow*-, and Co Ltd, of Bermuda, reyesterday she left for British turned home on Saturday mornGuiana, where she will be staying ing by TCA. on business coupled will He wag slaying tl the M.irin* Hotel tor two weeks. Before rcturnine. la Barbados, she will pay a shi visit to Tobago. m Islands? registered letter arrived Ogta Dental Surgeon Returns D R. DAVID CHAMBERS Dental Surgeon of Trinidii 1. .-• %  turned home over the week-end by B.W.I.A.. after spending a .hiijif with hi* parents Mr. and Mrs. E. SChambers of Kent n/t JT: iT T %. .* r, accompanied by his wife ATI. the. Canadian Bank of Com, iw|f ,!JJ| David Jor yesterday from merce, Trinidad, returned home course on Holland with the destination on Sunday evening by B.W.IA.. Welfare ami itridgetown, Barbados Island?, after spending two weeks' holiria / and %  sgytaaj For Three Weeks pAecra," Rockley. during his stay in the British roiiid it be that in far oft Holland He was Isles he spent a short time at th h*> have heard of Pelicanand Keop|p In Europe know He returned to the West IndieBbou , h i 5 little island of ourb. Fnvnn ,.. V FNI)t vis America and spent ten day:. P s !n ctoe visitors to the island M *\ -^ !" V hi Bridgeport, Connecticut witn irwondering where Pelican and.* T Shipping partrnent Dr R Lovell. who is well known Culpepper islands are. let me put^George F Huggins and Co. Ltd, In athletu cirrlea here He then vou wnae Pelican Island Ls at th.* 5 now "? B r ?"*" „ *JSS left America by the Empress of „ p of the Norlft fld e of Carlislclthrec weeks holiday. He cam* Australia' early Ml November, p^y while Culpepper Island is ;."Ver principally for the Has and which took him as far as Trinidad, ^n mk m thc sea off the COM ** % %  accompanied by his wife and Ihuuig their stay here they have „ f Sl Philip, and we Bajans aiTei-3 f "" llv !" y al made many friends, and enjoyed Uonataly call it an island P their holiday Immenae.y. a% feel so much bigg; %  ca ca I Stood Over on Business "Henry" Returns M R Norman Wight, one of the WR HENRIQt'EZ PEREZ urs of the British li bock in Barbados to conBsCs. recently tourtinue his studies in Ennli'-n ed Barbados left by B W I.A. to Shorthand and fl return to British Guiaia Us did cial work %  'Henry.' durtn| hll %  with the team, as he stasat became very had to rcmaia on a little longer popular w OB busines-v He is witli Univcia sal Agencies in B.G. Aquatics In BSSWral The first --hort stay lie t<4d C*r.b thing he wanted to know when he has been all Ll1 saw him yesterday was and had a wondi.' all H wnatl is th.Water Polo season many friends whom he did not ae. comiriendng? Henry arrived on before he left he beg* to say golMonday afternoon and %  le here until the en'i of tl Comincs and Goings D R L Hutaon, Government Veterinary Surgeon in AnUgua left for Trinidad on Monday by B W. I. A. to attend a Conference on Uvtsrtock which is to be held here and she there. again • %i fl-O*--*' B taiasat. (Si *xm at • What ibe -na-t a oman. *• did to ita* r-d ainit ( could ra eten isi Piaissnaw and Co.. was in Bntisl Guiana for one week. He returned yesterday by B W 1 A Rrvd Ernest Griffin. Supt of the James Street Method'st Churcl left for British Guiana yesterday by B W I A. • • p'.casniil thi-ee weeks holiday spent at Indramer QaM House. Worthing, Miss DoruPremdak. Assistant Matron al the Public Hospital in British Gu ana returned home yesterday by B.W.I.A. This is her first visit to return soan Rupert and the Caravan—35 "1 fnat which nei mum i*-* nrtUia to ttal UM aoaa ana r\ colllte o* mcludad. ffl Whan Britain wiU rali. (Si i PlMtyibiB %  tl* •uiubimy U turn. (7i _. ) Ort" an* " *" aianaw n n sn sw %  n j Look aHaurssttSa. <*i 10 rrom "" %  ••• Parts. i. Bbacua Plus LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE 8 New STARS in Contest Prices: 16c., 30c., 40c., 54c. Tickets on Sale TOJiffi itU %  >' o* SS daartoi •\cross tl* %  *( rauifw > t oung *•*. 'si^ a ran. aam. can r good w-hoatd. IS > t U *a" B?Wsjaarar."* I; hr*. ia •• ' * %  '*. f r T l fi 13 Oyidtcoiw. 19 M>i:.on. 11 >"'• licit ft* IdT.I. 0- j. •nt a ?•;*: *j e"; ?• NWMV 0 WeVi : Olte; U *SSI 1-. ft. IU:*: IT. One; U, 'AfCvd Ttl 4.1 !M Up For Th Races R. ALEXANDER CHIN. Wf<: Indira turflta. was an arrival on Friday evening B.W.I A., from Trinidad tor ho B.TC Raor Meeting whicli Savnnnah in Satordaj n.xi He was jccompunled by Mr* Chin and^ ra BttajM t Indramer lOnest House. Worthing. For'kf Hlth M R C. A H. FULTON, who is a Sugar Planu-i at Diamond ,,-KsMe. iiG.. and Mrs. Fulton have '""iVwas Norman who hit Use l.i .ving with Mi nl liu(>o>l four months here .iiSJrS V-yn Knight ol ", -r hoUdjy . .. to Barbados and they one of thc flats Sands. 1.1.ii i: M One Time Intercolonial Cricketer R. Jules E Chabroi of Commodity Centre With Anacond. Mining Co. ^ W E were M and this l. j BSaln fit mi'pjl rma ..! % %  %  % %  %  British Guiana and Mrs Chabr.,1. B G yattarday With "his arrived yesterday by B W 1 daughters 1. from British Guiana. Kaye lhaj I A keen turfite, one f.f thc main able waans at the Parasaai Bsaa |, reasons for his visit is tc> be here Club, vhere Ussy alao spent their for the Barbados Turf Clubs Orat visit Spring Meeting He is also well Mr. Johnson is with the Ani.known in Wet Indian cxKkat eonda Miumg Co, in British circles, having represented B G on several occasions He played ericket here in 1905 and has also played against the M C C. Mr Chabroi is Barbadian born. but has B.G foi ears now Tta Guiana To Spend Three Weeks V|H 0 S> VERALL, sons In B G and one In %  Tn .M.ii Dei In the : e Custom, by B W 1 A the Public Works holiday last week fin i I Ac. oi They i| t*ru>oraril> Mi 1 with Mr i sistcu student of Queens l at Sea ,M11 bs her, i %  riod They expect to be in Barbados for The> gn three months. 'Laaa Recuperation HosesJay M R ROWRT 1 CPAMMOND of Montreal vvho was recupeiating ncrv for three weeks aHei i al eight months, re ens on Saturday morninii He was sAying at tl-• Wmdsoi H"t.-l He aaid that be had benefited a great deal from hat visit and war i.'ady So rasume his duties. Mr. Crammond u Vice Pre*ident i f Crammond and Son Limited machinei v manufacturers of MonCS C> Many Still in Trinidad M ISS KATY LENAGAN who spent Carnival In Trinidad to BW.I.A. over thc %  eek-and There are still several ng in Tnnldad who went there for the Carnival and have Si returned MEWS FltO.M mi: ui:vo\n Do you believe in the mpernataral? lave \ou ever seen a woman sui.pn.dlii,: In mW iir ,**_, Support '.' Will it horrilv you lo sre b font fhfcn ii i_ through a human being? Then Vou Must See I.I catch up. All at once Rnpen hears a (hud. and 10 h.s anxiety he sacs his Inend lying oa ihe steep stony path and tnuttenrtg to him*eH. ''Well, ii ih.t imi ihc worst bit of luck 1" afowli Sim. My AnkJe't wramed on thoie loose stones. Now tliar villain will gat away irom me and 1 shall lose my precious wallet and that sunken treasure ss well. Oh. dear, oh, dear, why wasn't I more careful I" U it really as bad is that ?" says Rupert. -Is there nothir.* I cao do la help?" • PUaiant-taatins. sparkling Alka-Slur brings you quick rahel from tha aftar affacts of %  at* hours and ovat indulgence in food and drink. Keep it handy. Alka-Seltzer BY THE WAV //>• Beachcomber K OTEWOKA, what is that cheering in the compound' 1 "It Is 123 rnim for our lord and ma:-' I read that th* Fon of Uikon. a chiefUm in the high Cameroon.. 'and known as ihc Cameroon HtghisjKiei i oflerod all his wives their libert. 40 departed, but 110 %  > to stay.' thus necessitatlearTaogan.ein of the files To bring the Corps ui the Fan's Matrimonial 6V. bsf had to go hastily through T itsshone ngmlers Jottad down on i-id bats of paper durum Ml rambta* The old rogue is said to be 4t0 years of age H> it ladtoB. there will be crowds of dsohing yssaag fellows hanging about the compound, in the hope i f getting a dozen or so of .Sars^ia; of thr Sink So powerful is concrntionalUu Hut If hmon beings were able lu nsrai their ears inside out vthrn they loaigSsed iron uxmld find very 'Kemselpes o) r'ni priiHJepc (C 9aet Esq. at Ps**T*fleld, I lu\iirkuiii miiuliil A * lous fatnai i warning of a visit lo the 9 acndarou.s twcunencas In Ml ii. • butiai anu coacheil. ami wnao tbi %  was ast A lou.i cough fron was unanswered, so he upomil ihr dot I alightly lo -nn.uince th. vtMloi who hoard l)i Smait-Alluk aa) SO Mi Wailih.'.: MII W\ineaday \ parent wus shaking han.is with two grave gentlemen in dogei.lUi "Ah. my dear ilaimod %  sjssrt-Aluck plcaaure This la Ml %  "I lie*, | Ipstsf you i Holy Orders" said Us giiu.ii.K at two uiiimiahod |tasses of milk on the table ones little best.-' said War** a A tclass of milk, sir* What shot..,. '. i do without the dVor cows? i raalii can*! beheve these r*> >atd the i-nent "Of coars ', vou eanX" aaid Smart-Alltck Win, cmiW."' "Thc-y aay my fin nds are bookmakers," said lnuiest Warbtow. turning asidi blow his nooe violently. "It has Imtcaa all "ea^t,•' sotil SsnartAllick. brushing a tear away with Ins sleeve The visitor felt a lump In his throat, in the presence of IPO good men. so foully ligassj l',,-lurat Who fares ao /eotlf Ot-er fhe finh* | ;,! mani Jennifer. Knee-deep is /UtlT Haaa" poe* sheep al her Myuoa" goes a ooat CosN take o peep al her Torn overcoat. mill a swishing tail Plod fhrouok Ihe mire. After maid 'f^ntjrr. Home lo IK* byre. I Myrtle Ravcnsfo.it l CRVKTOQl OIK—Htre\ him to uorli il: A X Y I) IB A A X R la L O N l. V E L L O W One letter simply stands for another. In this example A Is used for the three L's. for the two O S, st Single letters, apoo• rophlea. the length and fcrmat^a af Use fi'3 are all hints Each day the code letters art % % %  •'• asa A (r. p -s-aas Igai ta* n %  GKL'RT B C K ^ V 3 J HJTT U WOITI B B J M Y Q Z YLNKJLW NVS Y s J c i a J a L w :-: w Q T Cr^ib-ip%  : \ DAYS \ iVMM I-IKI: A PtOWl :in. Ml-Ml.II I A GALA NIGHT AT CLUB MORGAN DELICIOUS STEAK DINNERS The < LIB MORI.AN nK( HI.MKY and PETER LACY for continuous entertainment gar Please Dial 4M0 for Reservations HOYAL (Worlhogj) H %  M 11 LAJt naow a i s aa •. t'mted Artlalu Pr#*tnl~ %  OI'TrOHT IN MORIIK li aasresas Ccona BArr Aklm TAJ MarM WINDSOR I:>II*IK: NO HOW TODA1 TII-n\V NIT* al '• I. p m lOUt C-FOK Dotible LOM WILSON, HlcrsMfd CRANK vi'.iiu u TAKER OVEB — and WINNSas i Ik. u with — JSII WIlaLES. hSnS>n I'ARIIV ROXY I. NO HHIIW TOIIAV THI RHIIA1 NITfc ONI.l .1 M m 2011) t-Fox Pm.nU BLACK SWAN gaoitng Tyrone POWBaK. Maurm, O HAMA OLYMPM NO HHOW TOOAt LAKT HHOW THIRMUAV l SgtaBB. Plryu InM Kepyblit Sfttel . Unr> IHOMliaON. Krlai, TAJ MUl in KING OF resatar BANOIHwith '...M HAMUEN. Anlhoivj WABDF. FRIOAY. :,rd AR< 11 Orrriestra seats 3/-. Circle t/-, Balcony l/|| Buy Your Tteketa al Thr t.labe Nesrt EMPIRE TO-.MTE (By opecial Keqoeat) THE GRAND REPEAT CONCERT Flavoured with Musk ill Mr. C. B. Brown, life CM and III01 lllmllll llll II I I.I. I VI MTKKVEI Music As You Like It M.,.i< \ ,1-u U.,nt it Just Typically 'BASSE At 8.30 p.m. The Count roc* over with lib TheB* 8*** followed by "KALAMA/.OO (The (.ten Miller Rilht OBf THE AHTIsVrfS Thr While Hull.. Ilr.iin-.il. I'lsirr. is. Aril. *** J Club S.ins.r Krrddir I I h. 1 M.-.-iw R '' A ' JSJO_ \l-rr.-.l Mump Vou From \mr s. .a n""'" '^Jf mrnlalb.ll. Thompuii iMIk. 1 lurini... lhr TTX5 Wlllard llhr lmlUlorl And Ju.l K.rp Vour E'"* !" Thr Qnnliun Musi 1 MiI !..lh.? An PrIOrS : Fll SO. H.u 311. Balron) M. SS" till Al'ir (LIB CI.\KMA M.mb... Only) | TONIGHT .1 H.3U WARNER BROS. Present: LILLl PALMER -:SAM WANAMAKER in "MY GIRL TISA" w Akw CROWN GINGER BEER w o ^y SPEND a little RAYON BROCADE 36 ins Peach. Blue. Pink. U-in.ui. While S4 cU. A beautiful raugr uf drlilihtful colour-. and SAVE A LOT! by buying these Special Offer Lines I DAT ONLY — WEDNESDAY AT K.JU P.M. %  l's Solid bot.rUlam.nl COMEDY : UU81C! KUMAM.L . The Warner Wa) : Jack CARSON ,.U| IIHS'VM Duru DAY OT \ ^!.*\?1 •• Uc BOWMAN IA KM IIS Ftankic CAK1.E Si Onhcslra — In TcchrHoW wn w o nstiviiioii Mr. Artisan, Get the right TOOL for the Job EVANS & WHITFIILDS DIAL 4606 DIAL 4220 Yuur selling agenl fin AVIM I MEN'S --HHI 5 -11.411 a pair II will pv you I" uv quolilv always' HIGHTONE PRINTS in llii:.In Plaids and Flowers 3C ins wide u ?• els. Jut opened—and ready tor you All pricM iidverliaed are B.W.I, dollars. II Ml III i BRACES CHISELS HAMMERS SCREW DRIVERS HAND SAWS PLANES SQUARES SAW FILES TAPES TROWELS HAND DRILLS PLIERS BLOW TORCHES HACK SAWS Inspect ihc wide range slocked by our Hardware and Ironmongery Department BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED ^-* "MAKE THE VALLEY BLOSSOM AS A ~**&m ROSE" WE NOW OFFER A RANGE OF GARDEN TOOLS INCLUDING • RUBBER GARDEN HOSE V %  • PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE \ • NOZZLES SPRAVEBS UNIONS • MENDERS WATEKLNG POTS • COUPLINGS RAKES SHB ** gga| • GREENS & BANSOMf S LAWS THE CORNER STOB^



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1 MARCH l. iso May Barbados Have A Brewery BARBADOS may have .„ on The Ho heir meeting yesterday passed the n filiation to pruv.de for this when fhev passed :> Rill in mania..:. V.„ %  %  t !" !" Wl.I.OUt RAKUUIOS \DW | \ ( E Deficit Of $405,000 2£fi*fflifl^and had Ibi hereon The ibjcci.ind Reasons of the I %  prowaional arrangement, have | avenue. *'" or a !" naceajary | day. by a commercial enterA beginning had been mad. .„H EMimated he wished a succes.tvSvhnmS gB„d In the near future; and tlM o( beer manufactured wo3d ill. ^Mjct of the present Bill ,. lo | importation and would go a En. Wior ',"! "* c 1!" r> h 2 ,0 ^P 'hem balance ,„? the brewing of I budget ng duties on 1 The ^er. The legislat.on I. based on not hamper the'rum mduatrv I %  ponding provisions of would have to be vorv emc.nl Trinidad Brewery Ordinance '"deed lo make any inroad* n"o The estimated !" J*> (or the tin.. taun^i. M 6 4 %  M3 jjumaled expenditure is |.62<.rZ." ?"' emen "I %  Colonial Esiimaw. for ike veor rOP Of Which W SMS, House, of u,. Leg,.!*! / 77ie Legislature Yestvnlay COUNCIL Music Kxamincr Arrhcs ludav Thief Gets Six Montlvs PAGE THREE %  '.' 'L %  a-l Mc thai cmm j'l^i %  earai i E2 ver current expend.: hg regulating the orew.ng of i ouaget. "" ' " nnanclal vear 1850—31 w.lT : "" KT and for imposing duties on' The new company he felt would „. M 8 '?" 00 and that this 11,1i nSo^STm^mni f^JSSSSfjLUSi "5 T !" *" S rum industry 0 "'., SS.'BJai*-* "!.%--. TSgK.-,. . ,„ R " "U !" 1 1 -ht .he Genera I ""5HJ _, -~ Revenue Balance at the beginning If" ""'" %  "•'"g %  *. re. IS. • nd Uo „ be of Ihe nnancial year 1850— 31 will uL 22? "CT*"* • -i ;uMaj Evening Balllol be J4.870.0O0 and lhat thi. H.1. • n^a^ST. ... ... became THE only thiii s that has preupoaing a • Leceuse you %  nked His • %  J. W. B Cner.er, to .tnogan in the Asalstanl Court of Appeal %  rdajr before coinlnr.ing g ala '.919 [month sentence Cauogan. a labourei *4 BrtttOOs sag. M ... labour by City Police Magistoe "" ; -.*. -" ... .„„,. %  any inroads into After dealing with matters of, the rum industry because Rarha Mje and the Bill! do. made — Movides that every brewer sliail ler). £„ out an .iiinual license costing! "r. Aimer 1L> thought SS.W and pay an excise duty on I " saieguard should be made bv gn gal.on of beer which he Government to protect the new ,-1 luol 11 III.IK.,1 ,' una....! I I "C" very good rum. (LaughMi. AIMer .1) thought that Utlr and inKnanauHli me i-wer shall I ter). uxe out an annual license coating ind pa rurr galion brews (el. 3 and 4). provision is made in subsequent %  --— -.... eon {buses for various matters of a ln addition to that the Governttchnical nature such u the %  gete,nent should keep its eyes on the •gonent "( the spertflc uiavitv >' ricc charijed. He had noticed in beer, the method of kcepliin S"V? cerUin ilen is produced ontt. the marking of rooms and loca 'l>' that the price was as high as that of the .mported product If something Is produced locally the population should benefit a certain extent as regards a of the nnanclal year lo J4.405.30: According l0 the Memorandum on Ihe Estimates, the Revised Expenditure for ms—so ,ho !" V .„' ns,eoa "( a deflcil of • lUl.ioS as originally estimated industry ag.insl foreign irnoorn !" 2^ !" X "J"" m 'hl have '• %  ." "•<— M lions such as whisgev and cm .J ^*" x < IK fd "> view of the supI m' i "v '"-, 'l' In add.tlon .0 .haMn. GOTern' S^'?i. rI L.5 r 0V '* ? n '"""^ - 'V" "' l, ""h <>>III.III v s'tm-i t> "* '""" %  Cburdl t'alhed.al!ox=r wv io %  unoi nM i ih, ; ford. His pre.cn.' appointment ,if %  *• iw-it e.n 1 OrganUi of St George's Chauel -daor'. was m ^T'',mI WBK* form th* sciiduk> io inu r^olu. Hi* compo^iu.m.s include an Anfor tun 10 WI i.m M ,*. Uwm fot ^horu* '""f Orchcsira m .^. s " Pnn' CMimaw, ] of the Sons of Ihe Clergy m 1929. N smaller price. The bill was read od uaised without division, House Approves Road Regulations (f OCTl. >•'"" %  — %  M M T< i rfjeen of the Customs Depart 1 gnu to enter a brewery for the gafpasr i>f tnkiiiK an account of itattrul* used for brewing and ot [ %  wctucc for any concealed vessels nd %  penally of $500 is mpoteti for obstmctiiijj such carers, (cl 24 to 26). Provision Maile 1 provision is made for the pay* '*ot i.f -> drawback on beer I i-h. u tn*eu in the Island which ..-! d '^ ,4"Assembly yealereifc-w as merchand.n :" e r "''" c f lu,lon approving I ttore? ' coiiKralulated at yesterday's* meeting of the Legislative Council on his appointment as first Principal i-y of Tanganyika. Hon'ble J. D. Chandler speaking before the business of the Council began said it was unnecessary for him to say much on that occasion. More would be said later when Mr. Campbell was leaving. He felt sure that Mr. Campbell's promotion was from the point of view salary and possibly from the point of view of requisites und other promotions, but he did not think it was from the point of view of climate. ted to extend to him his es and congratulations. Hon'bie D. G. Lcac<>< dent) asked to be associated with Mr. Chaiuiler's remarks. He had ;iyin something at the meet the additional cost of salai ries and wages resulting from the revision of salaries and waxes during the year 1949—50. The Revised Estimated Revenue is greater than the original estimate largely because of the ••book-entry" in adjustment of the refund of the Cost of Livfau Ailowance of the year 1948—49 necessitated by the revision of salaries. The main sources oi Revenue, namely (a) Customs | and Excise, and (b) Taxation. show a decrease of $125,000. and an increase of $265,000 respectively. These variations of the approved Estimates aga of no particular significance. 'Housekeeping" HasiThe Estimates for 1950—51 nave been compiled on a %  'housekeeping basis; that is to say the Revenue Estimates are based on the collection of revenue at existing rates from existing taxes and duties and the Expenditure Estimates generally make provision for the %  extended major services it is proposed to await the ftp %  which is being undertaken by the Economic and Financial Advlsei to the Development aim Organisation and which it ii hoped will be completed in the early part of 1950—51. The Estimates make financial i provision for the reorganisation of r CAMPBELL, departments in the light of the advice tendered by the Salaries Commissioner. The provision is considered to be sufficient to meet the additional departmental costa arising from reorganise suminK they become effective a* from the 1st of July. 1950, but no expenditure will be incurred against the relative item of the Estimates until nunnal legislative sanction has been obtained. The Capital Expenditure Kstimatee make provision for the continuance of approved capital schemes. The Estimates hrcak no new ground but they indicate thai it is the intention of the Government to prepare plans foi U building of a Post Office niul extensions to the General Hospital I. Cuirvnt. M %  sHSHfeH %  11... ill — — •• iiBiiuinni % "olutkm for and sung at St Paul's I and a Carnegie award "The Hound of Hca\, IS*-I. P.r. 1. Cuntnl %  if^SHXtfJik "iWl1 r rt BOMB, cemtnrrrud pp*rs And nrwi.... * !" Btiuin and Bntih I RwolulUm t,, ( %  ,. Wlth t9mt to h W^V P-. ( .. IO and ... lou;, I'M,,. column MM „( ..„ Sclwdiil.dale '*" *' ** %  Uarrh. isso. irw ,n n >MU iHta iw n ptmirti null,! %  irirlnrtmj bo.ii(, *p-i> and nt-w.paprii.. tti KCHiliitinn to ap(>.. %  i 7 Tin DidlSotGo On Dock %  .int: here yesterday of the 84-ton motor schooner • Cachimpossible because lU drafl of 12 fi H ms. was too great in comparison with the 1-.eight of ihe tide. Workmen on the dry i at work MIU*> M %  M UM "Cachalot" up :. of the hull • aged to SJM Muck on ihe platform i i The foreman ol :hc dock told fM>t|toda>. He (hat the., "'" %  ",; 1 %  '"' •*"*'• IWI iiouaj. He as fearini! that i• % %  ..-•Iniighjiiiii, :,„.'„,;'.,„ i";;>i..~i.. b full io dock ih, ,r ~ u Vhi",J ""' VeM *' dl >" %  "!•' gO "II 10.1.1 boatt ipvWineni Ulr %  wt 1S-SO. f !" ., • : (Mm lo i 3tat J.rfiuarj-. ISOO. ThtKU* r — .-a the rUM i -aulat* Dw bre^v A Iteao:..' i. .m to tmpoar rrt.. . Uona entltUnl *Thr MobM '. lalitm* ISSO" nMdiiriatiwayi and Ttwnapor: on '• lUi 0>v -i T ul UM .1 Pnad TralUr Ar1BJT 'ISOl-IS'. u aiooiMtod *l .avl U ol IH* nnartmani o* Hlati* n . '*U. JI.II approved %  ISSO n %  t 2 M |. m Salmon Costal Ml'A KIM 1 Kenneth*. H A. Talma. pound thi ..Inch he %  Tuegrtav .' Sugar For England Hum Barrels UHurn About 300 cmpU i,,. vessel "TOue Star' from Nassau. %  iau to which %  %  %  agenl laeUottoo MonIha larceny of one dflaan B, valued $10. the ^srs William Fogarty and Co., Ltd. j He appealed at the bar and Sgt. H Kinji. who prosecuted i or the %  tag appealed. A ( irthwith appeal was heard by Their Honours Mr J. W. H Chenery and Mi H v Vaughan. Judges of the Assistant | Appeal Apart from, conArmniK the decision of the) Police Magistrate. Their Honours d Cadogan to 1 peal costs in seven davs IN Basket Ooodman. Clerk of the lie Department ot Ul Wm. Fogarty. said that on Thursday last at about 11.15 a.m. he re looking •. He later saw %  ui the vtatg mto nyuiK. Cadoaan ran away and he save chase. He caught up with Cadoaan who oy i had thrown the vests basket He later gave him into the custody of a Counabl.v Walter Alherley. anothci cm iWm. Fogarty, thai he heard %  arnsjot %  the -tain .t the Stoic he looked around he I that it was a small dark man •dman was runm and he kjaatd i an alonR [Mr Cadogan and %  "-inian caught up rt jth him. Goodman shouted for assist. Ca he had appealed for n living an honest N tie Court onee OT twice t^it not hu %  i %  %  l,| W.i %  %  lunvicu-d in M6, twice in i36. IM] wh.-n !u .i for the Worked Galled Animal LIVINGSTON ROACH of Sugar ui i Hill was fined 30'in 14 days' or wj;ct u.,,1 bottles and that one month by His Worship Mr. %  "•ow': have to depend upon i H. A. Talma yesterday when Egf!* 11 1 ''' ;'ttW was found guilty of working wmr re felt that those people horse in a galled condition ihe plant February 28. on Roebuck Street %  %  %  %  rhg %  S) Und lighters ,i %  %  %  ir its ai Afici dlschai gii | %  i go from Tl %  to load sugar. The "Si Bclalisl poor* via Antigua. Messrs. %  agents. Bishop Asks Questions THh Hon'ble tne Lord llishop at yesterday's meeting of the Legislative Council gave notice oi the following question:— Will Government kindly state when the allowances ior posts of special responsibility (ic. deputy headmasters of Secondary Schools etc.) will be paid at the new rates? If the delay in authorising these new payments is caused by Government's consideration M \ ('t* l(it'II i III recommendations of the Special Committee for the creation of 121 lt>liin-L Si new senior posts in Secondary I m ,m< *• '-'•* Schools, will Government give the The left front assurance that the rreat,.. M-81R and that <>f IM hus new posu will not involve the) M-1422 %  abolition of the special allowances ( last night referred to? Kill those throbbing pains in your muscle* at once! Apply Sloan's Liniment lightly — feel your Yoi don't rub in Sloan's, you dab it on the affected part gently — Sloan's does the rest Good for aches and pains and stiff joints too MS IHI FKtuai 01 OR. U01M OS 111 MOIf 2 \ SLOANSii 7lt the ^Modern Sverything that's new for you . From NEW YORK & PARIS The latest fashions The finest in Underlhingg. v x Nylon nightdresses, slips, \^ pantiefi and brassieres. ^ Prettv colours, pretty styles. AMERICAN LADIES DBBBSSS, - LADia* HATS AND T.K(illORN HATS I ivtly, in..imed with preti .,..,. (Mtharg, > I m tad plenty chenilled veiling. AMUICAN & CANADIAN ll\\IIK\tis„(I)istiiuti,.n •I oc dressy wear. FROM PARIS I-KK1TV EVENINO BAGS A doavn Styles lo ihoose from. FRENCH IIKAI>K|:K( HIKKS AM) S( AKVKS lii nylon, innon. pur* silk intl enpg •!<• chine I'asttl shades and pretty prints. Ulh.SSOHIKS Costume Jawaliary Barriafi nowera Ribbons Pearl Necklots Feathers ISllttnns ^he f/Hodern ZDress Shoppe J&roud Street. ln relation to the 12 new posts (ill the Government drop the use of the word "senior" whid. has already caused much misunderstanding and substitute the word "special"? ... .ibout 930 o'cl Roebuck Street when IM i*< 'ecamc limlvi accident. 'Prty oi nit Road, the bus the pgopi f Tudor of the 1\;. POND'S COLD CREAM VANISHING CREAM SKIN FRESHENER FACE POWDER LIPSTICKS. BEAUTY AND YOUTH deserve good care O KEEP Vila %  BUI M ilJr. Ms** thf rxaunple Of (lie Imrlic*! MMBta ,,( ^..,,.1% tBM Poodllc-tii) Ireaimei.i .iid iapn>.i k r. ikit urat| -!.:.. Cilil GfeSM tor rriiiuMtiK i Pund'i law rVahaaei i reaai la Ib4 l.,:,„. .JJ,.|,„ uu 7 ot h„ J^I, ' ">"""' a ^i.n,.| .uaJ., ih., roil OEMS l>. ...nir t,.,J ,nj ll.tlc... It I, m ... it,.,,,. ,h., ,„„ lU noj 0 • l...lun, .1 .|,.,„| ,,| UI WA !\ k *? %  *' .'"Stf'f •'•"'• %  • J. J^iiviou, *-m .,..l,„ ,. -ill h*lpioa.*imi,, ,„urilr.a*ih, W n .r,v uvl ,„.| U> .,. |„, h |. v ,| p,,p.„j / // • %  ".•" % %  • %  •'•• %  • 11 b.-omo. .......j.. / nn i | njuri.lmwac w f lKl,.h,.i„.„d „..„,.. M,.„.„„. I, .upplta. lo J '"'"''"'"*' '" • %  ' %  "cpuoiully r.i, ., i^rad•nd ,1.11 a r,p,J .mpto, (m , lt j. can k io v.uir oullook anj chccrfulnc... SoU in imifll um by ail Umili md Sum. SALE SALE s ,. Drink lieliciouM ^Ovaltine anil noli the Difference'' ru.i_Gov.rniiil uric, control plu %  '' %  '"" lo keov urian down, thai why •an •M able io ptlflhagaj NOW .1 tbaM MnulioiMl low prlcca. „ %  „ I* I 'V 1 '?'"**' "' h onl oPOuiiil> to save on AmariMAIKJAINS THAT SPEAK rOR THEMSELVES:— UOMM uss Allractiy. Lunch Tnu with Trio. Cup .nd Saucer 11 LntONABB III! 7 pi^aXainunada Set o,, !" ,, IKAVU Colourful Egg Tr,. Now 3 for „ Of ST FANS A CLOTH* Green oi Red Dut Pan and Yellow Pol,.h,n, Cloth Boy, Ior „ IAIN U-ANB HV> ijualitv red enamelled Milk Saucepan Reduced to U White enamel Ha.in and I rake Toilet Soap. for II I H4 iiuik tuple .wiled emiiwl. Tir.l Quality O nly II raUSH CLOTHS Sue M m. x 20 uv I (or M si an oaa BOTTLES 1 ml %  "• %  %  Io. II 0 II I I 'Hill-. LINE J FINS 24 le. 2 on. Plaflic Clothea Pine All lor tl riMBixas HM pint Tumblera 10 for tl "•BY Glaaaea 1 0 .. II Snap Qlaaata 14 .. 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PACK FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. MARCH B^BA^s^Apvlx^TE The English Mi \V.-dn.-sday, March 1. 19'" Deserted Promotion THE appointment erf Mi P f Campbell, Acting Colonial Secretary to Assistant Chief Secretary of Tangii: robs this island of the services of a popular officer but brings descried promotion as the reward of hard work and efficiency. Mr. Campbell came to this colony at the beginning of the war after serving with the British Ministry of Food in Nigeria. At that time the work in the Colonial Secretariat had not onlv Increased but had ba. come more Intricate Tim,wentwo (M fur this inciease. War conditions had inevitably brought issues which were not normally experienced and there waa the necessity for greater care in taking decisions by executive ..flicers; it bad also been abundantly clear that with the a I up of new department! in the service there was need lor more increaaad executive staff. Mr Campbell succeeded Mr A R. E. Browne. His quiet efficiency won him the respect cd his juniors and the time soon came when he was called upon to act as Colonial S larv. In this role he was responsible d introduction of government measures In the Legislative Council. Following in the leps of Mr. R C Stanley and Mr. J D Rankine he was a diffident speaker but could be no mistaking the Which the Acting Colonial Secretary had of measures On more than one occasion it was his duty to introduce unpopular measures and without appearing as a special pleader he brought convincing argum. nil to bear. His speech on the control Petroleum Rights Bill will long be rememi and it was due mainly to his convincing arguments that many honourable members who were at first opposed to the measure gave it their support There have been officers in the Secrelarlal captured public imagination more quickly; but hardly before has a been an officer who quietly and unwon the confidence not only :s colleagues but of the public whom !!,e\ must %  Mil promotion to the post of A of Tanganyika is the reward of eflici' In this hdand W •.( Indian Poliee THE holding here of a Confer Commissioners of Police from tl • Caribbean, tomorrow, is indication thai the need for a West Indian Poln fully realised. That this Conference will be held in Barbados is fitting tribute to an island where the local Force maintains an honourable long tradition of efficiency and courteay. There has been no official announcement of the agenda for eUacuanon but the fact that Colonel Michelin. Commissioner of the Barbados Police visiiing other islands in the hope of finding a suitable site for .1 West Indian PoUW Training School is evidence eno 1 unification ol torCM in the are., will i,l paramount importance in the discussions. Bar) to organise a Police Koice li was as early A that the lust fottta wai rtarted 1 nd durn 1 iing years Barbados has iianges have been instituted in order to meet modern demands and tl that there is nothing radically with the Barbados Pott1 Pore The high standards set by the Barbados Polio the building of a Wed Indian Polio 1 1 the greatest obstacles to 1 ogress of Wi atioi. : "" is Iraularl) I !•* on local a 1 uiilum of con Indian services, a unified West 1. Service is like so many desired asscx: %  outthi wOl |tw '" w "''' *o the career of a policeman whose lot In the WI It DO tin point 1 I ment has been necessarily restricted Is the .ally. A wider poUci means a more efficient and less parochial service And the benefits to be cV from free movement in the area arc bound to be reflected throughout the communities served bv a West Indian Police Force. The Stiff Collar ,:,,, l'.,k> tM I I August 15. 1947 The departure of 'Km i; "Poonah Sahibs" made adjustments easier. The transition period had many pitfalls and their were I few who found 1! difficult to reconcile . %  i*ir changed role. mce. there wax the ca nstance. tneie was tne c*w msu a mav De %  aooa im.. — ~—; %  of a Br.I la O" Uttle England *>\ N ( f com *f.,^ ^w folk I tney ire .._-i • >..-,... . > ...._,. t. i~ ,,"/ %  > hat its ni die authoriu „! a Karachi official Indl and p,|,ltan. And the nr< in !" mUonal Thamoionship to inspect his house and threw Ihlng lhey „. ve done I. to ope.i has """" '"" "BKrl Mm OUTBUI such case, have beer. 1Hfir clubs 1O h e national, of these named after the great !" t, tew and far between to affect countries And they have no Ranji. II "%  s-olollnnc ... n~L_ ii.e.i> <.f vrtri.il oToV IOO i-w saists = %  s*www——— — --ciUllii>-^ *• %  '—-^ --the growth of cordial relation* KSTe ts. The lifting of Rv M. A-fcir ggSAWag :,< tlw Iriclo-P.ikisl.n sub-contlHouse to attend the after dinner <">>" facilities ru! by '"•'•'•' %  nent. a rather unkind comment -nautch" parties a! h,< friend.. !" m '"'' ""'J' 1 '!!'"" J, ,„,'.' was: "The nation of shopkeepers the Maharajah of Mahmudabad". and Indian oBcm nj' !" "'„ has sacrificed the Empire to save house. This made him Ihe most %  "*' inn left Jo spend '" !" n, ? ,. trad, popular Covernor the UP evr But the reatmenUI "ewes re11 may sound an unkind cut. had. "P'" r %  ** gj", Kaooin' but the Enslish who have stayed Then there was the case of a o^on^alttouah th.'•"".*.£ behind to carry on the profession Harley Street doctor who came only occasionally when jar/. of the pioneers of the East India out a. Professor of Medicine in pajUe, are thrown b, ce'ebntie.. Company find life much easier the Kln George Medical Colleg-. Enahshmen will Maa* J* .,,,,1 'in.crestln, minus Ihe brass Lucknow m the late thirty. II. ft !" 1 *"*" f£'X^£ for hat and stiff collar became so Interested in Hindu Indo-Pattslan "b^""""" 11 It has been fortunate for them philosophy that within six months ,h fT"" h J y 'SSS that not man "' their kinsmen, he had left the medical profession. Indian and PUWU n.... .ho tl,„ve,l ,„ brass hats and stiff Si,,,.then he ha. been living with gJ^ff^^^^LTto ntS Government In The Last Parliament A BRITISH GOVERNMENT remains in power n period and resigns only in I part;, u reprcsenl .1. It is expected tha the Socialist II W aMsrabu ...-snuffled ,11 in., vent of Hie Socialist Party being returned to power for a further live years. Composition of His Majesty %  Government holding cabinet rank at this Ume Is ai follows: •oclil provincial basis. Pakistan. .. : I .. nHnal .-. X4X2^Z*Sg. ESS have done^'to'Slh' E ^S^~^£* The Briti.h have n.d to make ,,„ , stm quite a few "nochampionship and aaso an, ime , along in PakiSUn ch ngwtl . mon „,. European, unlvers.W^ournament. Both miss %  nd India. But the* have been b th ,„ more of a liabni'y no i ,'"" n h ' cricket plavint minor The llrsl thing to be dlsMn „„, to h „r tribe They are against other .J !" " ."' insularity. So .^"holding th, for, in two clubs ""Jj !" ""^"f/ !" '"^'ular as '"-L* 11 !!!".' ^ /-. .. 1 k „^cricket. India's big racing centrThe Punjab Club in l-aho"— "?,i ni .|. Bombav and Poonal'„rll.il... Held B> Salary per Year tng as tlM7 were rulers it migllt lave had !" '** m 22Z,& The Punjab Club in tajhore^^.{^BoVtoy'Vnd'Poona'.ct there are many P.kistarns ,.„, know „ a. the Pig and -Ca cut ^ ^^ .nd Indian, who %  JJ' <""< ""' 'l Wlstle-bar. .U door, to PaWs s nf s developing in ihetrlnsulant). the B nisi, would even Qn ^.j,, nights J !" !" d ^hop. And there „c lost iheir Empire much adm ,„ed. |„ Karachi "he Karach and la. ^ ^ """ ~ p n .ll.h Inl"t ditchers" stronghold is the '"""?; "^ Kels on he Derby But by and large English inN Pakirtan | ha. y SwM E'*,„?!-„,.. la 1 of in sulanty, specially u, the axial fJ^S' ln Bwlln g two Club 1 ££" !" £ "" P t fi 'ASrEng'lT.hme^ P wh r o took •— <• %£**£££ "nd Indian, never took to yachting m |v liked Indian music and b> '*edepa rcu.e o decision wa. take,, 10 0 S^. < ^ i '--'''"r i iSHi^ve^.^ rJawarU T^"T^ Ktiing. Dressed in spotless white ^""P*"" ? v ",„„, which the Ume. But the long years ot war PuertoIlico Eats More ^leat Premier A First Lord of the Treasury .. Clement Att lee. Appointed 1945 Lord President of Herbert until . Morrison Appoi' Foreign Affairs Ernest Bevm Appoint.'! 1M i i ,.i ;h,. Sn Stafford i-iuer Cripps Appointed 1947 Defense .. .. Albert Victor Alexander Appointed 1947 Lord PTivv Seal Viswount Addison Appointed 1947 | Lordi Chancellor Viscount Jowitt Appointed 194S Chancellor of Duchv of Lancaster ,. Hugh Dalton .. Appointed 1945 Home Secretary J. Chuier Bde Appointed 1945 Colonial Secretary ,. A. Creech Jones Appointed 1946 Commonwealth Philip Noel rv Baker Appointed 194* Secretary for Arthur Scotland Woodburn %  • Appointed 1947 Minister of Labor George A. Appointed 1946 ?dinister of Health Minister of Agriculture Minister 1 of Education %  pert, began at Kent How. veaterday. under the auapices of the Caribbean Commisaion, to study livestock problems of the Caribbean area. ,,„• „f the greatest and presentative ,i,',f. HII" **•< %  m tn *' area r.i ntonea reitelncludc and Tobago. Jamaica. British liLii-r.-.. Leeward latantU, Islands, Barbados. rm.nn. i.f.n. World War II, but still remain comparatively low Also the sharp differences .,s between colitttawd the tw o new aatternal Trade lUiLletins" were regarded as basic steps to the study u.blem, the i is renarded as the indispensable t amcr has emphasised that, while, by its very nature, the conference would deel with tbj uvhnlcal aspect u( Uveatocfc such as breeding, nutrition an.t disease, the discussions would be dtrected towards practical needs, and the Research Branch of the Secretariat has prepared comur. henatva sutlstics indicating the relative importance of liveptock in the Caribbean economy —for example a census of iivestock, percmUft at land devoted to pasture, additional Import and export trade figures of livestock products, comparison of the livestock and population resources. The bulletin on the meat trade, shows the great rise in quantity and value of meats consumed in the "Commisson territories These figures reveal | which, despite worldwide postwar adjustments, Including inflation and devaluation, stm Thf trend i* ba*ed on ncurea holns that the Caribbean meat market olU 26.552 ton* >n l4b. an iorreaae of more than 50 per MSlt since I9M. Th"* 1 ImporU were valued at 621.274.17V three times the expenditure in iwa. Snniluily, imported dairy products weighed 42,615 WM m ?M6 valued nearly 21.0O0.OM. Volume was 40 per cent up in Xhv case of butter and • %  •' and 50 per cent for c>ndensel milk in value, cheese and condensed milk cost thl[Si Mtd, wWH butltl WM UP li llllll" The most Unporttllt "J? the BM. h and pickled meat, it accounts for more than one-hal( the total m volume and 45 per e**. " ^Puerto Rico. SOW """^ h *j United MM uni-.'tVs standard of Uvtai maj Ihat of the mainland, by i far leads the rest ol the CftrtbWhat's on Todu\ ExJdbiUou of Brlliah Periodicals continue* at British Council at 9 a.m. Mobile Cinema at HoicUiwn and Laaeelle* area. St. James 7.1* pa Mr lluch Popham lecture* At Combermere on KnalUh Poetry at 6 15 p.m. bean in meat consumption, li 1935 it consumed more than onehalf the total of bnpod Caribbean territories, by quantity. By IMfi, the proportion bad reached 60 per cent. As an indication uf the reUtlva standard of living despite difTerence in taste, Puerto Ricu Jng position Is shown by U* ratio of nationalities in the Caribbean; for every one Dutch national thefe are'four French. 12 United States, and 18 British Puerto Rico has all but. 25,000 of the 2.000,000 UHited i^ in the area: the n in the Virgin Islands. Other meat consumption figures of the "Commission territories" for 1946 were British: 8.781 tons. valued at $3,000,000; the Nethurlands' 4,257 tons, valued at $1,750,000; and Flench: 2.428 tons, valued at less than $1,000,000 "The Caribbean export trade in meat is BtUtjh] its Infancy." Mr OH efinmi Ihe trade bulletin as saving. The data were compiled to indicate the scope for increased local production and even for exports to neighbouring markets, in On those territories where all the requisite factors for such an orientation of the economy are to be found." As for dairy piotti. variations in cotutunpUon were shown. The complexr | than a tnini. La lad te alad b) factor typical ol ihe v-nuty Ua llntisli West Indies paid teas than twice as much fur 1M7 as thej cttd In 1935; but In that tune the United States territories Increased their purchases fivefold. The most significant dairy development, according to the Trade Bulletin, was the reduction of Jamaica's Import of condensed milk since a condensary had been established In that island. "This development," the bulletin stated, "like the similar expansion of local production of cement in Puerto Rico, constitutes one of the achievements in the past, as well as one of the happy omens in the future, with respect to the programme ol Caribbean industrialisation." OIH HI ..III.US VI,: Thv 4 ommmiilY Owt. A Debt Of Gratitude To Mr. SmytMe. ....J-,_ .*i, ,>r.^t.roncseii the teaching of SP be taken unmco.-tely to go m Remember England in f>^J"."*^ ^ R "Jf 1 *!^" f fJ^^toS srsa LTcr^ui as ?Ag Z BRKffi**S£srS JS r£r;jzp: tod and other pUot.. sM a II mull be ronombered that timu.n. mm or ^^ ^^ „, would h>ve lm(lans ,,„, b ,-ii„ 8U i.l person. Iron, time to i. conip.il> h.s monopol). g^^,. u, e auction ol the been dead cert, and would have m t at once our political ue. and whiten to the Press abou |l Bu and a. .uch It ow' a dtrty to U K ^„„> Hltmadbl „ wlull hM dl plMd c.t*ume or Guillen, our eeosr.phlc.l situation; tor now that the searchllaht ol eoiuumm. reasonable people • hf donc Q n MlKUon Qol bo.h o( whom tailed to gain Kitereality the Caribbean can be phllcaophy u I Mr be satUfled to be liuonvenlenced ^ hr ^ occasion.' lion We .hall look forward to described as a Spanish sea li r. Bmythlas In Ins two illu' % % %  minaUng articles in the "Advocate" J BSD more convmci',1 Ifaaa Thu ajsnUei have '"" ,t ; ..-_ .. .. r._ he has thrown on,the subj tor a few day,, but not for weeks. I personally feel that the comuiulu'. What and where was he before the West Indies suffering greall; the weak, scratchy Jamaica team for the mistake, made erroneously Perhaps your readers would tM owe a debt of grali-,|, VKi ,{ Trinidad, rim I tbringii b] out blindlolded Interested ID knowing what son,lude to Mr Smythles for the light blo ^, 5n0 uld be given a chance, selectors abroad .hlnk Aneurin Bevan Appointed 194S Thomas Williams Appointed 1945 George Tomlinson Appointed 194' President of the J. Harold Board of Trade Wilson Appointed 1947 All Cabinet ministers re Privv Councillors and .hereby lm the right to be known as 'Right H NnTm bl fhe Cabinet are fifteen other Ministers. :: .ws: Portfolio First Lord of the AdTniralti .. Vlacount Hall Appointed 145 Secretary ot tmanuel State for War Shinwell Appointed 1H4" Secretary of Arthur v Air tar of ,)ort Minister of Food Minister of Town and Country Planning of National Insurance Minister of Sup%  d of Aircraft Production of Fuel and Power if ri\ii ."ii Postmnster General i of Work^ Minister for Colonial Affairs Minister of State Minister of Pensions . %  i nment. Paaitlon Held By Salary pe lartley W. Shawcross Appoint.il 1946 Lord Advocate . John Whealley Appointed 194' Solicit..! Qanafal Btt Frank Soskice Appointed 1945 Solicitor General Douglas for Scotland .. Johnstone Appointed 1947 Premier AtU. 1 tmUaapj at No. 10 Downing Street, London, and an official country house known as Chequers, in Berkshire. Ernest has an official apartIV i race. London. A. V^ I Alexander as Minister of Defense has an apartment in the Admiralty Building, shared with Admir.t> cunt Hall. Chancellor of the Excheiqucr Cripps nas an official residence at No. II UWung Street. London. Various other ministers h.ve .partments Ifl their Official office buildings %  Earl of Listowel Appointed 1948 Hector McNeil Appointed 1946 H. A. Marqii'ind Appointed 1948 the Crown also art; as follows: J A MAlti; Blimi/uhi 15 years experience as an Electrical Engineer, and has worked with big electrical com large countries, sttrali to know what he is Ulkuig a) Mitor, The .Aduocat*. %  nd i! SIR.—Allow me to com' duly of th. Man.., *$ " e Wc *\ I,,a,tt ,n "mUnd blood should be glv> but consider (young men at that stage) such as Jim Parris. CanS,H,m*h leaume. Carew Tangchoon. who To The Kdilor The ^jrocatc. performed Sfefl tune and again yet failed to catch the selectors' SIR.—Sometime ago the Director of Education expressed his gSS^rsB^SMrbi rhird and last. K Trestrail a ho bMn J *f, W "*?"!"„ th pr " un B West r.chance batsman, his place in P 0 *" 1 a "f il **• oew*\e. now i ndlcs nd who aporecUtes the educational set-up i icnd in Panama who loves Barbados and who knows the disadvantages ign< Spanish has cau dians who I 1907 :ak* no sub stumpers, this position desirable. the team could only be valid as ,,ri ta "heyance far-reaching iwiirjqutfnces of U, But in these days when we arc ^^T cultural relati.:. • uWeekes, Worrell, "riving towards West Ind) t. Gomel. R.. ithstanding our at Pt. though futile, to encourmlcrtl>lit l Alii he be going in to bat" are Venezuelan toui u practical K:' *wledge ot Spanish b] place in the tesuti? A team witn more than a mere few would be to b<* that the Director of Education list leaching ul Spanish antaxy Schools but .^icn newreached mc that your hard-working, wellmeaning, but alas, insular anv benighted, school teachers wen trying to upset the apple-cart it is my Arm conviction that the inhabitants of the B.W.I, should ^11 be bi-lingual, their second language being Spanish "Although Barbados is probably proud of its Erdlston, I am not I have always been strongly in favour of having your teacher* trained overseas, as the only wa> of breaking down their died-in*. he-wood conservatism and broadening their outlook, in the hope that they would be able to pass it on to their charges, and finally help a new generation to emerge that realizes that Barbados Is not the centre of the world and civilization, and that it Is not the fault of the rest of the world that the island has been described (rather aptly > as a Chapman Street, Michael. Ovaltine Husks Dunocri&p Crispbrcad Pom Potato Powder Peanut Butter Sliced Cucumber Pickle Pkts. Table It** Pkls. Kais>ns aa*^ rirm PoUUfX Frere PilgH* m PURINA DOG CHOW 5-lb Bag 90 cents. GODDARD?.



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T" Iff ,|| ll • S ll ill Mar.li I 1930. tokitos Auwotte Pri, IVE CENTS Year . 5. ATTLEE REMAINS PRIME MINISTER Today Is No Longer Ultimatum Dav 1./. Will Get Go Ahead 9 For Political Mission (Karluitlus AilvorauCurrvspondenl) LONDON. rVb. 28. M ARCH 1 i> no longer lluultimatum dai in clus .niintrv In,, ,-„,,,.,| frFocil Ministry lo reconsider Uw position cnlir.-lv „„| ,spknnian lold miilns iiitrrnooa thin i„, reply wu no* ^Icrl from 111, West l,„l,c ||,. declined lo s ai luiu -0t ihe postponement would I AVrtive. fester ling In Court TOCO •fEHTBRUNG SINGAPORE, Feb. 28. %  T Weaterllng, Chief % %  "Army of (he Heavenly ptodontMa. will appear in MIHl t assault, and illegal £*•* officialh announced [ ihar ncd th.it one charge tWMerhns struck a felin gaol to —Bruit r. IfiOO Welcome frincesH Alice [w sr LUCIA then waa men! forthcoming lhal IH Creec.i .„.,„., %  ad Mr. Hoes Williams were Mh Ueotion na* madeii impossible for thCol%  Hag on %  i>o!itical %  inrea Waal Indian % %  Bustamantc md Mi G %  1 %  %  !:.! %  • 'i V I "d" telegram* iron, the Wi-.( indiea, I 1 i on official m ahead" will en Ihe Wag* indies It may 1 conalderabn Mow to le i -By t'abfe. JAMES GRIFFITHS NEW COLONIAL SECRETARY MRS SAVAG which %  the lirst lime Mr ii ,\ rudor, Churchwarden M FuchsSpyTrial! /V. 4. PACT COUNCIL M \ > Begins Today MEET END OF APRIL iMfftMWta l.rrr,pK,d r> <| ST. LUCIA. F %  1 .U0P Mad out to welcome Hci z Athlooc, when %  •'> DtH aitarnoon on MS Glasgow, ,11tbe Got Brigadier i£d Hn ,\; indail J !" *** f-ui rd .f Honour %  awe-iir Le %  ird Alfonso, aBarw unai. fouis.ma Quick > Wharf. .,,.,.. school 'he St Mary's ColJ* Jned up around ty^f y 3 P m. ihe Prln"F and after I nap ee Uug •f Hon. •;, I m the Wharf whenthe %  %  me. phcess repli to ba : %  C,-' f "' installation £*hes ltd., 2 Life Boats Capsize / Reported Safe ICELAND, Feb 28 I wo Ufeboatt, carrying between d the craw of %  ; i %  il here today Onl.\ font of tin cm. were known in have been The men Mill aboard the tanker ware thought noi to be in danger, and rescue attempts an made. Tlaa 7,404-ton ship, owned by the Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Limited. wai %  vik in the western part of Iceland. She had broken loose Cram I tug, -1 i %  — (Krtiter.) LONDON. Frl. 21 %  man-born crnrgn ol bai trial In Loodon'i Maaa %  an .• quirt %  banda in long % %  Seventy newsmen from almost Id will rede;! the globe wide |..ne Of Ihe century, when Pucba appears ID ihe ,ioek oi the Central c art The Judge ui 1 'he Lord Chief Juitk* eonductlng the can for the King Alti I DO) i ( % % %  HOW. PuctM will be Itfendi Derek CllTi Britain's meal brilliant King's Counsel. Fuchs is liable lo 14 p prisonment for betrayal of inform-tllon, whim m MV i.v ed up Ki> Atom Bomb Tin, NORTH ATLANTIC PACT COUNCii. ine iz Foreign Mtniiteri ol the ugiuitory pow meei In Europe about the end of Ai en, BrugMb o, Thr H in wen-informed quarttra here today, Thu meet) IIK. which is part of Sprinj; inociamme of talks for Nothing Heard Of Expedition OSLO. Feu -2R Nothing m i heard from \.i ;K-N'orwejiian-Swcdish expedition for over :. ueik. ProCaaaor Sverdrup ol Polar insult said today. • lltlOIl Up "Norsel" >n hn Cape T< %  xpected that the expedition, which landed on Queen Maud's land is i .ting statior base, which has be-i tfaudheuxt' 1 by spec'a> The plan wai I lid •and mesaagea over, i adio. or Bergen Ba n ter. Russia Has New Weapon GhurohiiJ Ami IViniuui Propomd For Noftel PlriaMi Churchill .:. i Tnm thg Nobel %  IllStltll%  %  %  tfuU %  • Bei Him Italpii Bunch*, United r. CarlUle. New Zaaland, Hen. lanjlb Chaudurc. k United -tie land. su un t Cou< Herbert Kvatt. Auem TJemont. F anee, Robert rtutchlni, %  S.A. Lou Australia llu* indictmetit. deavrlhing himiHofale Comkin (i< irgea him USA Wllholm M< with eon,.n 'many, unknown infom %  tonic research, ealnil \i directly or muirectly uselul t'i .Hi enemy, and prejudicial to the safely or interests of thl A second eharife states that InjTrncrne, gave other vital information lo %  AlUtralli Ton. Massa-| ehmetti. Banter Neh u. India. Kir.B Paul ol Mel1 \ Andre %  —Kruirr enmpleted. will provide an opportunity for private ex. 11 views U-t. ,,. Fund and United States Foreign Minis%  Accordinie to prelimn i 't will be preceded by .. i meeting of the Foreign, Finance Itrussels Pact )' %  There will I* a nnkM Coinmittee ol Ministers of the Council of Europe, hich may discuss the Gentian ai for membership Keatrr. N.A.P. Defence Improving NEW ORLF.AXS. F. Ii M The United State-, is aiming at • 'iiiiiusation strong enough '. military disaster, bur %  •coiiuinic (ilsasti T Lawton %  i e re 'oday. Arms ra a fragile security .,, %  best,—and dded. %  'iiv improvi %  built up Reuter PRAOUB, Feu. *3 %  aid nave .1 hii' %  11 today '1 r 'he M ol th%  ^ %  ^P* w ehoilovak Communist Party ^^sCL .kl* lt ''' k rncrgency," he said. ,1, lI In) Union to upven ment House will put up the same ovi' I BSa. Union haf. ed atomic energy fo. purposes, but who H l rit 0l driving. m ordec that in a case of t .,'' grater I_ssace throughout tlv JJjddid not malnli | I aflernoan ""*'ii Throws Srthdav p art Tod, a\ France Gels l'20in. From E.C.A. Funds I Hoffman, has agreed a ] the withdrawal by France o £20,000,000 from the Co operation Admit Counterpart Funds to covei French inve>tments and recon%  mission of Fran lodaj. > 1 part Fund* are dtposlCi %  rency of an amount equal to Use 'grants received under the Mar] shall Aid programmeThey can '. r recovery purpose* by t tna govematenr Baldwin of concerned and ECA.) p *le ot Antigua An EC'A spokesman said the w a birthday present withdrawal would enable tie Anthe French investment and reaoo'' %  struction programmes to proceed iued on the role to be I by all Counterpart Fund* [ —< %  > table)in i Marshal Chiang Resumes Office TAINAN. Fl Marsha. Sock will %  Idency of the Chitovernmenl her* tomorrow, an CsQclaJ | stated here today. During a tdmpa up oCaci The i I i.k leave" in Ai %  Comrnunl I namoag • vish for M..i ihaj Chiang to return 0 his po.-t" — r 80 Killed In Bengal CALCUTTAi Feb. 2T. Al llMf.i : vlu.i Ihej -hich have ii ikkrtan commu kj escort all ii. hern strengthened—ReanW. B.O.A.C. Re-EatTbliahe. Link With Chile LONDON, Feb 28 ays Corporation today introduced their 'ntest pressurised Argonaut air'liters on the route between Lon-ion and the east coasi America, and across the And*^ to ItOAC has fl'* Strength Is Necessary SAYS RUSSELL NEW YORK. Fab ^H British Bertrand Russell said in Hated here tn-day that if war could be averted for a decade it would neve, take place Writing In the unollicial maga•' %  i 1 World." Lotd Rus-, %  think ot worse disaster than a %  b. K r % %  1 %  MW the world." The onlj hope, it seemed to bin, of averting wai si a was stronger than Russia until new pletcly changed the situation. —Reutrr V* I..Y Members Yuiirtl Toduy THE liAcil'K. Feb 28. The International Court Ol FiaMln will give its opinion tomorrow on the case sub the United Nations on tin •nssion of a new membei %  •tied Nation-. Iiabi> learned here, today. The Court had 1 al Assembly, if manurwhich had failed to receive endorsenui/ Council, could be approved by the Assembly The public hearing of this case was on February 17.—Rruter. /Vorse Women Ask U.IS. To Stop Arms PrtMluction OSLO, Feb. 28. The Norwegian groui International Women's League to. IVace and Freedom ha\ 1 \a the United Nations production, it was ajsjjasjoead b> %  BJ The group have asked Trygve Ue to propose that the I'niU'. %  % %  mmedlalcly &f called t< ordinary Krylrr Hungry Leopard Returns Home -FOR MEAL OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb M The hunger-niadleiicd leopard, which roamed the oul Oklahoma lays, was back in its old ]>tt at ihe local zot today fast asleep. Afler turning the neighbourhoou into something like %  Hollywood mi with hunters, marines with walkie-talkie radios, aircrafu, and of "shoot oil sight amateur gunmen, the leopard walked quietly back to the xoo. There he wrapped his jaws round a piece of doped mea'. which h,. t>ait, and rolled over.—; Strike Spreads Over France PARIS Feb 28. and Paris trans1 mplovee. today prepared for a irike In th< eal 12 hours. Marseilles gas and enc.ric.ty 24 hours wall. day. in chemical works and insurance offices have taken strike The Communist led (Jencial Confederation of Tjiboui in the porl* "agamt war in Vietnam" caused no Incidents In metropolitan Prance today Holy Office Seeks Union Of Christians N CITY, Fat JH %  ( aUntlC authority on dogma, today took the most important step in Vatican hlstor towards co-operation with MMV (. .itholies. it authorised Roman 1 Ishops for the next ti to organise, in special cases.'local conferences with Protestant then) ogians on subjects of common interest to further the Union ..f 1 Christians. But it insisted that so. oration would ba the i of union as the Koni.o. Church understtHHl it 1 :11st 1 IK lions" 10 the Bishops madt it elan that the Church sought the return of individual "dimnot a Federation a nnajng. Such local meetings havr beer Hitherto possible, osjjj permission from the l self. Ihe Holy Cdnoa 1 -"idea, premium rtClU 01 the lord's IYayer. or IS) otaai prayer authorised for Rpmai Catholics, at these conferences it emphasised that Human Catholics must not participate in religious ceremonies of and that the Pope's permission is %  till required for intern.itnma national, and la diocc*.< %  nag. Seven Points The seven points laid down la 'he guidance of bishops in coUafa oration with other ehurchea sale, that (ii Thi> rnnat %  themselves to it with i>articui..i %  ,ping than cne Troth' and guarding ti.. faithful -gainst the oangci arising from tin % %  algntng upecial priests to huno,. the matter. (2) They must guard agains' ne ponibility that hnlufnanluni nay grow thr.-ugh gjM consideration to tnat unUtt Cat h cani and non-Call.' to what separates them" "Only priests, wh (heviosjral teaMung and adherence to the princlj ulea laid-down by the Chur.ii ii this matter, have shown them-elves truly adapted to this. .., between Catholics and non-Catholic theolot4) Bishops could give the necessary permission for such Mth nun-Catholics foi I ra< hal ;ill participations in religious ites In.avoided. |5) Though all, iiarticipations n rettgtoui rites must be avoided. 'he Lordl I'rayer. or Ppnved by the Roman •d to open 'lie proposed meetings () Bishops should set up rgaanannaa to supeiee->ordia I the work. iiiious supec hound lo watch that members ot their orders conform stn laithfully to the pranrtpUoM the 11'1 > See, and of Ui iii the matter. The document wai approved by the Holy Office long ago as December 20. but onlj released Rruter Winston t mo.mil. to-ctay Miuimoned his net to a strategy %  I his London %  o hours, during hurchlll and h ants sketched their preliminary campalgn plans for t Parlfamnit The C.overiimcnt 1 lelieve i kttnua rear uard action on niVionalisation in the HOUM 11 W |U >oft-pcdal plans for I < llnUin on .oui steal industry in the Sghi between Soenimn and prlvata dup iboui Adnuniatration had no intention of repeabi session Act. which was fixed on %  • f the inwas authorttathreb tated tonight %  .%  ii Ik ow 1 %  1 Chkl \: %  Labow circna tonlabi pradletl thai the chhM old le to DOW DOa loin: %  'MI, office nan II laetaoal night tiblige tin pell, tmt WM Mi wingers are :. lo Labour 1 cauaa, if th on indaflmlely %  %  re .il trail" tat of ih" %  Hi in UM M hai bean i %  hether il would again %  l kounced U Mlnlatt] tonight 1 prtnclpa! Sir stal %  kpea as Chat i i an ..nil Herbert Mor risen as Lord P m l u eril wf t' %  uniii, iHpjivaleiu without poi SarWrweJI. MOD rflnlstei .11 bv the tfl BmmaiHM' 1 noted from '.inior tank. Mr. Aneoi Mn.iste! of Health, of War. Ti • %  .-huh wns vacati %  -.. %  f Nationul Insurance LONDON, Feb. 28. j>KIMI MINMIK Mil I tonighl was rngagad m | light %  ajajgajl time. Simultaneously, he dealt with Ihrec %  problems—completing this Cubinet reshuffle, prepartgn lor (he first meeting of Parliament tomorrow, and directJag the drafting of the King's speech, announcing the MsMiin's hiisine^-.. which the t'uhinel will s|ud> onThursda>. Cabtaat as Minister of Food, his lirst ministerial office. The vacancy at ihe Colonial Office, created by the defeat ot the pollf of Secretary of State. Mr. Arthur Creech Jones, has been v the promotion of Iff Jamer Onfflths. formerly Mhlla.ll of National Insurance, wfej n to being given a more senior post, receives a seat hi ihe Cabinet. The Cabinet itself has been Increased from 17 to 18 members by the Inclusion as an Minister of the new Minish Town ami Country Planning, Mi Hugh Dalton. Mr Dalton was Chancellor o' the Exchequer, until he resigne. after the accidental disclosure of budget secret. Fifth In Cabinet He becomes fifth in the < heirarchy. with general responsibilities as senior minister. Alexander, a leading Mil In the ( onMimei Movement. font IVfrine Minister, becomes C. 1 the im.h. of Lain In place of Mr. Dalton. This post like thnt of Mr M.n DOM equivalent to Mini" r without portfolio. The 1,ml,. 8 Mr Hugh Gaitskell is a new governmo I The effect of the reshurr 10 leave the mnrr Cabinet a lino* I unchang.M. but 11 prodttOM I surprises on lower government Unreal The moat %  Mctaculan pointment w.. %  1 ShlnweU pi Minister of D*0 Shinwell. a forceful and intlunilal personality of the radical wing of the I-abour Party. I over the supreme direction of ill >ed forces from lx>rd Alntan Her. recently creatru a P..I I', li'n.illy. more Mgnid. an; than the 16 changes made bv Mr. Attlee, was his decision to retain the leader of the Cabinet's %  ing. Mr Aneurm llevan as Minister ot Health. Firm Line Before election, it had beeu predicted that Sevan would get %  much bigger job. It is concluded usat Uw light wing of the cnblnet Is taking A firm Ifhi %  Caretaker" Labour Qov %  rnmeru must' be run. Mr Attlee haa brought Iwo d • bright young men" Int 1 the Cabinet The New. Mn 1 numwealth Relations, Mr Walker was formerlv tutor of the Oxford During the war, he was on the staff of the H B < ftiropaan Service Ibis 42. Mr Hector McNeil, who waa rkvin's principal deputy as III 1 %  %  Affairs, hi 1 flr y f 0 i '1 itland, replacing Arthi burn, one ol the live oropped. Aged 40. McNeil is '.>; %  p;ofeaslon a Journalist —Beater Q Test "Peace Treaties*' Before Hague Tribunal THE HAGUE. Frb 211 Thr Inlrmatlonal Court of Jusllcc mrcu to-day lo hear a tail caai aani by ih i-niiari Mauoni acainst strong Soviet oppotilioo uo Ihe interpretation of the oe,.traatiaa with Bul|ai. arv and Rumania I. trials of church leaOeis in Bulfaria and Hunaar.. .ill h,naantlooad The issue rim unilateral acttoo. it any. could be taken by Ihe other parties lo IhtraaUaa, If these countries refused fo co-operate, and whether ;. .missioQ could he form, ed to settle the dlspuu ial disputes, and in net the three Mates concerned an nx..;.'* %  • aga-. (.:..,!... r.nlher hers of the UnMed a** nnaj" 'ions, nor parlies lo the statutes lao have to consider | (Resuer.) *• '/nine iiC'IMIeMf hen harm. /*rfrcti*m and eamy rumjitUncm arm r/ie hrynulr, ntrthing euaataf l>r more in ktmpimg than n cigmrrttr bwsrjaug ''i. hmUnimrk oj Benmun ar Hmdrnm, Old Bond Stm-i, l...niton — irAen only the he*t uUI dm. %1M SUPER VIRGINIA CIGARETTES BEXSONZI H EDGES OlO Ktt/D '/HIT, IOVIW.S



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TT UKESD ivv HABCH I, IO.-.II Council Will DiscussTiirtiier^ Resolution for Pottery Industry BARBADOS ADVOCATE 11 was n iiuffcestion of the Hon'blc a a ft Evelyn, further considca| fc rf the Resolution . which Mr urannam E.J yesterday in onto that could_be produced ..„ g? m ,k: ud) %  '" %  rajort commercial ba B-i'"1 i.„u.„. Only thai da, he t — on .e SM-UD of fault |,„ K:hv dlK u!a Isitor l„ iho slstna i If, r Vs ""'reasr u-Mnctaw Indt SL2? hal wouW ,K Uivln * "•"••• •*) p* ML ,J "*. Pf v "">" '<* • "" %  Mr Chandler menffe„?hi d • T,, uiU and all Honed the atone* of i large home !" -^*!i p *>' m nu '"•' GovernOr C.ribbesn market Be recXd mem h. a c „,,, N .„ tmM mm Government's eperc* wTTh ^ w.l'T?' """I'' "* to ' """•>• re the rtrVwUrew! nis or enlarge that Tint to pay th. rau, „„, ,r*TcouW j. jt nwwn ivuKeshnt mactii•><• %  -.. ^ " '""Uahl that Mr cwi • • S rasa ^'R&Sig £ SB ?af n producing article: should ,„ chen. %  0u d ^ h 'PP" that net" cheaper ^SSStlZ, •cheme ,, ,„, opinion. predicted that the ciwlkv Mun •;" %  H-I.CV.. • ha, ,70.000 .eovle would be the % %  Mr. Pile concerned. He lei, that the scheme WM as now a^^Zr !" ^.^: ••" %  tablish a Pott.r> 7„H.'... 1 :* ""-e scheme wh,ch ._. ted to think would be wiser ftl,!.!.! D uneconomical, and he was not I radical Proposition loans to vote for K, he said and H. i,,! ;,;'"'" ""^f** ... n ndd lon <<• all those doubt. '*peated his suggestion th.u-'i)c I that Mr U i'l,D ^"^'^ Ts Pr TT ' WCK "" %  •""'"" p „ed under • handicraft. This IL„ h v Ih "be*n^ni r : 0 w n r "?? n , ),.M ^' B "" m,m n P"! .-lihougi, he hoped ,t „, fDe^l"Pmcn.„„„W.l ( a„, m-dc considerable ,„ qui ri es =„!? orm "' the reioTuuo* was that iuch a Ja'cu^rTf, h " ^", ""' "TS 1 "* ,0 r * Un "* fuTrepon on .. proposed inquiries as he hadmade had ^ "„.P"vate individual ^vould be foV nn. ^f'.iiS".* na,ur ", M "'""matter at >he ear, lui. indintry In Barbadicated to him that l£rTu,i^ """" lo kc " That how! the !" U. d c K,r,c lx,we r lrom 'L'"' t bec u,e " "" _Jrrnrt. which ., ,cal possibilities for cL^ "'"• ,ud ""' militate against hC, ,, tS^Sl. GoV ', rnn,enl , c or >' "'"' "" xtxn '""uld £"< ••-•"•'""'>• "^ %  W. an P tr.d""n haniler'S?: ""P.""". "' " scheme* "" S .T:"'^.."^..' r T. rlMwncre r^ """—nd he supriicd livernmrn' r.i., aniai laiediius such';,;ssrss d £ %  ££.' •nd olher condlwork, turtle shell, et" ,"'"',"' wh "her against his (I iJUieaater or from elsewnen M .d per un„ would be a pracihere was no question about tE•hev ha"d" m %  "' Proposition Members of ,t wa. desirible to iX V. rlv hether iK" we" ^l. XeC ?" V W0U d kn ?r ,h JcUon ' en ' someone w come fn the seh'emeTo ll^_*!l-J5-LS SS "> h 1 "> d "" d %  % %  %  ; E, pou. terra cotto wal u, ,t was one of g, local ,! ?*>:"""< more Information; ?*3£„ h n f d ">"'>',''"' chandler had asked whvTt w.. !„,.; or can be provided for It w> „, jd " '. and whether they were to^la, 5Sf K ture of the followinn Acting Colonial Secretary and he i!? k """ down "" ""'me to ~1 L ,.„! T did not want to suggest ihat" n. ch "" ""'"' a ould militate !" S!* 11 r "1" ,or Pumping wale.' running of it KLhnrks eessarilv the m >,„. 8g "L! h *!. n f: against ,u sueeeaa. -bulk purchase of electrt kcle-ns Stic'potierV. very reasonable demand in the ^."""'V"' lne eommltlees re'"IJ""'" """" """ w "" %  this nesoiuu doUar area! He ""n begged in F?" wou ld make him change bil m f !t d „ -vhelher ,, wa" merely hl.'.T(gnSum drew attention to move that the Council concur m *'""• He "" very little merit G,,ve 'nment seemed to have h !', ... J. '"'' %  *""" "C^tibllitles of flnancthe Kesolu.lon '"""" '" In the resoluUon. m "" ""• doubt a, to the meriu uf ,J nd 1?iZn ?J i^^\, "S„,uf.cture „f potter, Honble F C. Hutson seconding Only $3,000 ? be'./SldT , K ?y .s.""T ranS '-'" %  "'""• *""'^ .SJfS-h. Mi. In the estimate ,or the pre.„ ^ one ume a !" wei .-v.ri^o """"ment were "*"„;"th^,, up a fardti path or was put linn %  Tttirffi "Lru^cSe^T^-eTror,'^ HnanS yea'^^.^to^;' i^^^^^fT ^ So Private Capital men, problem They "h'."d"been 31. told recently that the experiment %  pi —, "J" ii L experiment '' %  (gaaiitiee aiipo.i.u,: bo ills wa 'uBmble but in Ida opinion 'o tne Barbados Treasury by lne~rn1^iTi n Tir f ***u 1 . g^iblc tha, they shou,d g^J^rT^rfS:. *i Sj _1 It povi.al %  Ettal Colon with the understanding that pgih IhT^arbX" 1 ^ re U d K < " w uld lu > a " " ActWl*„r?.„,^Tff 3 ,. b> ln Col ""ll Secretary ,f C30.000 ~a^n Pm .„„.t nd We ar was to And employment lor U "himbefhad IKZH a . h "' people, how man, people would be roSS't'ot^routrnTexpcn'"" ** ^ ">< -- JSnmittce to consldei BtulprcMllsh. Main Kciisnn dgjr-workini. Induslrj adHis main reason I or suPBortin, f S5.000 to ca... .unlikely that the,,.s„l„l w aa Ull th.^SSj m W scheme laoiporarUy. ii—". ---Al be attracUd muld provide work for local pen. w "> he had voted that 5,ooo ^VSaL 1 V „Li'T 'ihl J' '" '' l '' S*J '""UHht that the stclu understood from the addendum w OU T 1" IWI ifbS •J* that .. rkless of the scheme deneiiHe.1 ,„. '" 'he resolution Ihat the sum St d , ,' indmaiul. wa. ... be started II large extent on the pSule ,h.l "tad for was to e, au e the facTh P '' '1' f? ""t"* "' "' • Mr BranirS'hlJr: >"" >• """ eertata'^der,"lor |^l^^"rSJuCV^; Port had referred to the mentality l*""^ "d that the tun would '", „',,„ "jfeVred t IV ,' ,x Mar, of the people who had been in the '' refunded out „l the proceeds y''\ heme llc\ ,,, li,,,, • only a matter of pottery craft for generations, and "' "" "• for lha, reason he TK. ,„„ vo,e ,or 7 ..main're ds *eks ago ,'nat he had from personal cxpi-nence he could ' %  'hat the Council hail not by ,? J. SL. k miniature g n the Council tbat they support Mr. Bra.mams views any previous voTpledged Itself V,ei,x Fnr schem '' he ld A •Rnolution to provide There were people who had 'o vote additional funds, and Local Labour Ik enable the pottery inbeen working In the craft who 'he efore the present resoluUon As regards the employment • I kto ennnue nn the presenl ""eaceustorned to work ai tiay for $70,000 stood on Its own local labour. Mr. Braiuiam alter gl_ ., d w ho would not be merita. Thev had to decide speaking of the temperament of faajMirablc rMinb. %  nenableio a, ,,, wheh,, ,t warranted the expend'he Chalk, Mourn pott. \ Mr J R. Brannam was '"gory discipline. That was a Iture of that sum. suggested that if after 12 months" lite Ian in u con Mtulty which Cover nmenl Mr. Brennam on Page IS of working thoee posters proved un• uadera reseat.-., ,-ln, >ukl come up against when the his report had suggested four suitable. ,hey should employ one I by Development atul ehne wai itarted. methodVof setting up the pro ect or more European thr. t*VahS .*' ""'.',"•';:'" ,„.w ,',;:,.:;?; "'"•' hing ,." which a d • < thm i MkKJtne '"reman potterTand instruct. 'f.toZd IT !" d1i Hi"/;"CotaulD.v.lopm.iuCons.Mo. If *ey entered the pottery hlir^C'rerrurBied o^U^^eeS £ l ?ff^i£5 'o sponso,the scheme. He want"home, they were pledging to ,? w" do.? in t?Sl hunself ?,,d ,h. V* Exp *" 'd '" '""" % %  whether the Govern-pend $24,000 on the Head of tha. Ksug^io fBarlL"S ^M*?£LXtt£Z £%& ""-n. had approached the Colonial DeparUnenl to employ him fcr sfkSdLt Mr .Brannam to $31,600. Would hat amoumT "T^"?!?"" C "rpration and lore* year. TO., could_nol then Esauken that „,v,-„ K .,l,on. sufflcient to give the schernc a tl*? "l"? ' 2" ,n "'"H"",' ,. ,L a. H^""'.'! 2 "T" 1 '' Twort bad been £ the Wr chance, or would thevTave ? hey had '"" been approached. If the whole Idea of the schemId memoes foi the pas, lo red,,,.. ,he plant or uuiWlnJ h -would suggest that Government was to empl, local labour, they Lfcltad recommended the 'Pace so as to get l Theme do ^. would then have to decide either ^Bit of an Industry at in started? scheme Th( s0 |„, mi w „ uM nol .„ lri ,,., to start the scheme and Condnui pHpenditure of £20.00U Honble G. B. Evelyn said he P rivale enterprise, because even it with local labour or not to start nromeiit before deeming would move the iKistponement of Mr Btann m had said that it it at all. %  mod. invited two promifurther consideration untihev '"""" n0 y ld more ,han '" r V? "^ oU r,eourse that the; had had an opportunity of seeino P* r cent In lhese day ' beavy could adopt _would be to employ tteo which taxation and not very much enpeople from oiler parts of tht Th couiagement from Government Island and leave out the Chalky h a H the individual who wanted to Mount people if the, proved un start a privale enterprise would suitable. If the, did that, In onsider putting his money believed that tht Chalk, Mou'i venture to get four potters, working on their own his outlay. He would would undersell the Governniei, established busiand the taxpayers' monev wovl The Acting Colonial Secretai' said. -I will give the answer u one sentence. The reason U13I Government have sent down this I Resolution for $70,000, is becalm-1 the amount Is suggested by the of half that amount. He wuu.d '"' mou „ .u...—. commiltee who have advised the Government whal to do. That Ihe short answer to the question. I There is no question of coed '.<•• or anything else," The other question which the I hon. Mr Chandler had asked, was whether any approach had been %  % %  ...-,. >.u *..<„,>..—, -."i........v,. until tney ., :; j L hinassiiiei,, Mr. A. S. had had an opportunity of seeing p cent In IneM day "' Mvy I ind Mr. D G. Iiiacock, 'he report of the Committee which la * llon and n l ver .v much enpeople Ifttsldent of the Chamber bad advised the Government The eouragement from Government is,and %  Wee, and also Mr. c. A. Acting Colonial Secretary had "" individual who wanted to Mount 1*0 Government Analyst, Son* very full, into that report, "" a Privr%  t to Government on tho and it would be much more sailsn l consider %  ssptct of the proposal. factory for members to read the nto n risk >' an sorry Ihat this report report for themselves. per cent, on I Jiti sorry that this report report ior tnemselves. per cent, on his outlay, nc wouia a mailer „f only a few The terms of that report as read invest in a well established buslI BO.' been made availby the Acting Colonial Secretary ness with reserves already built %  Council. It had certain, were not very favourable lo the up. barn withheld In, any scheme As far as Mr. Brannam's eaUiaaon. and 111 fact until Mr. Kvrlyii asked whether the mate was concerned Mr. Chand%  me had been referred to the ler expressed doubt that a factory financial Secretary and if so, could be properly equipped < %  whether he had recommended it. these da.. —ktrrtfrml to Hmlisnl that honourable ^^ksd n„t rcceiv, -lh Jusliliciuin I W&BI the reporl %  jnc committee did nol [oe was anj Jklnioiiic;,; fo, ay Mr. Brannam. latiich Mr Brannam had ^d In hh report were "• light of -., IEJo,S'"'" ; :i "' ""> ^ %  "l" 1 lo t.lil.noo. mis % %  0 for working capital, i recom. wry largelj „„ „„. r-^-ut :i„. export •,.„, %  g Cola ——t0 the p,,,,.BteJIteej eport „, this ( %  dm which thev point-.. £uV rlrannam's reporl \f'. ^A .00 l.rge ,1 "a-tl trade iifct"!"' I "' d no recomLT -1 Government shouhl lproceed with me full !" J the, did say, was ^d* In,,; Gov, [ % %  i was con Iderable %  alnf tolli,.. gyftei. Ihei v.. P*sugge.iioii for con"> pointed out that %  "> be decided was aaa amount of capital •"•Invested 111 order W !" rh mey had deC. !" nsultati,„, with aaa*g Was ,70.000 or %  "' 'hat amount ,-ilh £30,000. He was HOW'S YOUR ARITHMETIC? Why not let the S.I'.C.K. BOOK DEPARTMENT %  I,'ins 1 I Wc will add to your HAPPINESS from your WORRIES X Multiply your KNOWLEDGE 4. Divide your 'INTERESTS Heading good BOOKS will always help you to answci problems, whether the, are RELIGIOUS. ECONOMIC U. POLITICAL, EDUCATIONAL TECHNICAL, or just GENERAL. A large assortment of BOOKS is always on Display in Our DEPARTMENT, on the 1st FI001 of C. F. Harrison & Co., Ltd. Pay us a visit, or Telephone 4427, at your earliest con. (Killing to plraee our Customers. made lo the Colonial Do was published, but they had sa, that they were not at the momen interested In the scheme Nol at th* time because of any doubts s to whether or not It would be business proposiUon. though bt -ugieetmg -hat th.y ex prcted It would b*. Th* reaso. they had expressed themselves ,. not Ming Interested, was that 1 was too small a scheme rhc would have been Interested if ratal on a bigger scale. As regurds the remark made bj ihe hon. Mr. Evelyn aa U whether or not the advice of Uu Financial Secretary had beer obtained, he would say that tnb had been but as he had said belore he did not think he was at liberty H inform the Council one wav or the other of the advice tha a permanent Government offlcei gives to Government. As regards the doubts that ha. bee,, expressed by the hon Mr Hutson and the hon. Mr. Chand ler as to the $70,000. beini enough to give the schema a fan chance, he would suggest thai this be left lor hon members ti study and consider In Ihe interval before discussion be resume, on the matter Misunderstanding He thought there might .,v ',e misunderstanding thi the scheme was merely for 'h benellt of the existing potters a Chalky Mount It was not Ih question of benefit to thee* pot tors so much. It was th* rstab Ushnient of a pottery industry a %  proper basis. Mr Brannam In his report ha expressed doubts, as Ihe hon Mr chandler had pointed out as I the craftsmen from Chalkv M„„, being sumrientlv competent I produce good irlicles That Barbados Amateur Boxinji Assoriaiion Pal/on His fscel/ency Tht Governor MHWIMMIVN I \0VICES (HAMI'IONSW TOIR.NAMEM. ApDikAiiiwii %  !, invitcH lrom in 1 tar %  ,..!,,,, %  ok* v lce at th* MMmt Him I*!, and HiiK-tDa.) tU> M.rrh • aUganaikUi ) Srlioo.s it, in. l'rbt.11 AM •M*-, I3-ti>nlH> --lu,.. ( TiainiiiiNiaahlpo Wf : It.-!. 11, h HI. tor Uir Km %  l" W> W r School ChMI Ptonahip* s " -twaa idkaaia i Serond.., Srhoola ChMnph"•* if. Ihotar h. it\p nrvgtr l.k-i |NHI ( •IV}tlMHI guiuslf-., .,. ,,!,. iMrtaaal. jyrmm of spvlioiiiiM •l>L.iii>rd froiii |ImrUi tlud**.. HlDi School on irqu> %  I cMu* TUgndtu PAGE m 7 E "FLORENCE" BAKES THINGS LOVELY s. ^ Wo now have in iloci FLORENCE STOVES AND OVENS 3 BURNERS $71.86 2 BURNERS &f Cffl GARAGE TRADING CO., III). VIM cleans everything smoothly and speedily! A quick, easy rub with Vim — and the gre&siesl siucerans shine and sparkle i,-ain I Vim sets oil all ihe dirl and greoa so smoothly. without scratching. Use Vim lor pols and pans, woodwork, tiles — all your cleaning I when the Mm ban .,1,1 have modified what He had gathered from conver-i sation with him. that there werel craftsmen here who. witi. train%  ng. and not very long training, would be capable of excellent work. He believed the hon Mr. I Hutson would probably bear him out in this view. ual number of people to be employed as set Hrannam s report was 42, but he I he could nol say exactly arhu was the number to -ed under the modified MataM The real object of the scheme I set out in the committee's report was to test out and to give l.i.l"' .'!?' ** ,W0 "' "" %  broposab 'itn the minimum •gpendihin ,nd the minimum risk. It did fail, he did not know what the maximum has would be but it would nol l very great. r^rther discussion was then ; -:,-,•:,,' j ra-a-a-.-.-.-.POULTRY FEEDS OF ALL KINDS by 7 COMET Hollands Finest Beer Agent4 ROBERT TKOM LTD. Phone 2229 j*W "l'liill.llilr I rum II. 'lMI|| li.lll .1 o.. I.Id FOR LINOLEUM WOOD FLOORS AND FURNITURE MANSION HYGIENIC WAX POLISH FOR BRIGHT AND HEALTHY HOMES dtsurt/wA bJhiihiq QaMA with and without ^ippeM Real leather complete with writing pad, dale card and envelopes. 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PAGE I KM I BARBADOS \DVOCATE Uiliv-i'W .1 \R( II |, i 9M "Life Begins At 40" For Boxer Primo R VoRK, By Mail %  begins al : have bn i ;*r heavyweight boxln* jt since t have been %  % %  %  .%  • .,<... thai Primo I love. wfOTt%  I an age when %  %  and carpet sllp•U sudden pgak of hirarnlnt man in hi' i decade%  %  : waiting i' % %  %  %  I furtunc waiting, n %  ..' %  %  i %  l I 0* H The Ml camera what %  \inK and. after a I ranee and %  .•ntage* of ..iilv. t h e hold by vartnii%  n rr lhi,n 100 p 1 I %  inera was 1 -.: %  %  ^sorted man.' MMH. man build-up li,Ui famili.i! B iHlce it I thai he wa^ raised to tatur* through %  iU against %  to opponent?. -:h round %  ...... ii. continued rent lost his timidity and hi-, homesickness Nowatn nobody's fall guy in a busmo*; dtaaaaalaa. His new profession takes htn. all over the United Bta* trips to other counlr.er. vhenever the monetary lure If sufficient Primo was offered $3,500 plus expenses not long agi for a single appearance In Hono.iilu He flew to Hawaii, dispose i pOtMBt according to the %  Cript, then flew right back agai'.i i rip Similarly, he has a short trip .. \ --neruela. lined up. at* i longer one to ttH nrl in Ih* i o| wrestling In ,arden He appeared a i semi-finalist on the Antonio i t Stan lee card early li In March, he an l | .!.| iittrn. %  i bill Luna, Carom wi ,i,i> bittet about hi I boxer in thi ountrv His wrc'tlm* MMeM %  I those mfmrn hi realizes he now If Ixr m m hi* nn epulation. For Camera, life did begin a< 40. Riding Arista-rut. POOL. CngB Chances of a titled £ Ion of To., tha onto ColKinantal CtH acr in the race i Th" Marquis, a Spaniard aat> ,lei in Blarriu. wffl race .fain* member of IM British arUtoLord Mildmay. who finish! rrh on his own hone. Cromle Tol, ridden by thtUwcently won .he Pu Grand echue. one ol the mo.1 .limcuH races in the French he Grand National. Garde I r„i has been penaliaed to carry -INrilK H\HBAIIIIAQII1II I II %  %  on . |AT1 RDAY. MARCH 4lh. em iJNEY NILES and hi ORCHESTHA Admiuien to Ballraom •/ttXM I:MR ARTHUR CREECH JONES lright) la here seen with Mr. Iry Conatantlne (le(t) world lam m iri'keter and Mr Andrew Kempton. ex-Surrey wicketkeeper. with some rrlcket near destined (or boys of Jamaica and Trinidad. Mr. Jones was then Secretary of Stale for the Colonies and his HippOO of Ifarv > anal for the gear was only one of the aiaiu kind ,f Ihe colon,.He Ion I H.B.C Hadin Programme WtDNUD". "**• %  "'* • m Tlw New. I '" : IS a m UH" ffiliiifca: %  i ~ ...IOP. n • B.G. Offers To Pay For Trim On W.I. Tea. earn %  How i ... -n he was '%  %  'i*'d to bring back war and t rn, brought back .i a boxer and his tlze mo tiecome one of %  ites among %  1 that Prims moat uf what hi %  Parry II ins Spoon Shoot (Barhado* Advocate Correspondent 1 GEORGETOWN, Feb. 2b. BRITISH (iUIANA Crickel Control Board dccidi ncy meeting biting four hours on Monday i •i an urgent cable to the West Indies board. ting the inclusion of pace bowler John Trim on the tour England, and offering to stand the extra financial expenses if necessary. The meeting was fully repre• iiU'ci. and piesided overy by the President. W. S Jones, who Issued .tie following >..,u-ment to the • -day "The meeting dtlCU detail the H-root selection of the West Indies team to tour England nnd the subsequent poor %  :ilalion accoi %  ,tid decided U lollowing cable ho R K Nimag Jamaica. President f 'tic Wan Indies Board. The H.G. rioard is dJ and is strongly supported b> public opinion over thi t Trim appradata you and ff Board gt>e "Uto take Trim M ( HylUW in 193U. If you are un HjUao in 1BS9 n you are unable to finance the ev my board is WtUul| I ID via* • the division of UM 1 cnmmiltee on Tnm'r Inclusion and the %  %  A huh \i In the of W.I Will iippreciate a cabled reply at earliest". £3^ A At the first tr\ hint of a sjffcCOLD Pi pat. .ui %  „"|'|ii C'o# !>" ll no, l io [. m Nrwt. A !" iy; m HuMc tor n-nfiivr; I P -" DWi I'lpm B*t New i p <• a*inn Jia*o a S*. I10pn HameM; ii n m aaoni R-VM-W: -*ri lt-. J X P [,__ 4pm TJu(•• %  •*****. li P 11 ii rr r*rosr*mm* iTarndr. 3 i ... I I-* SrUarta; 5 4S .. , %  p rn Th.1 SSSiA ' Sfifi R : ?iiv; tcn* warti*: R m "•• %  ?". I If am Home Ne (' -,.,'d P.C.. 10 p 1-'"1 ard Uv. anra ia p.m aaiui o^.PU !" ,L2 a n. aSrUM Valu.. II P ... T* THt BRITISH VOUNC1L' MARINE HOTEL DINNER SERVED Befare Till: QftkAT CONCERT 111 FRIDAY. Ihe 3rd March lrl':i 6.36 and 8.30 p >• %  $2.50 fl.i-n-g Various size tins ranging "or* 12c. • Bk Ask our Home Products Departmtnt CAVFSHEPHERD&Co..Ltd 10. U, 12 & 13. BROAD STREET ANNUAL DANCE AT THE CRANE HOTEL indatap %  gtXMl %  %  G. itherBCOn-:. %  Mr 1. %  %  JAP SWIMMERS FOR S. AMERICA TOK %  wimr' irahasl. and Lmmlng %  r South laps.— Reuter. KM! Hulph Bculh Honnir Blarkmuiv lit Champtg a points vlclor> DVtl iloiinic blackmail. U in .1 lO-i ound uoul a' LtM BriKt %  Ralph, who ttppad Uv ins lighter %  thmughoui the .nds. %  A Halpi landing his Jab* with ease whllo lad with his %  H up Round two sa H.ilph landing left Blaounan'i mld-aacttoo 001 until round six that H light %  >nd rlgfti Bai| dead, hut Ralph. \ ml iapidl\ thi Laf naive 'iounds seven, mclit and MM mri toufhl calmly but in round I up. w.is w iti Belfiel i AI Carrlngtoi Caninfton appeared to be the KlOf luit tiii Kul inatii UH "f his fast foot-woil many MOM RJdJamaa I Roland in .u>l Jamet made good use of his haignl Mad 1 Roland bouts were fought he•Sbrooh Kid and Sleepy man ami Young %  In the last rnantl to score the K O blow and JAMAICAN WINS AT C. A. GAMES GUATEMAI^. I 11 V a\ Koden of J III SIGNS lluublr Width SI 14 a yd. KHAKI DRILLS — Sir., tie SI 43 > yd rt III II DRILLS —lc. tie. a yd. FREE GIFTS with every Purchase of $1.00 and over THANI BROS Pr. Win. Hy. St. 6. 42 & 53 Swan Stree So UXM — £coiwnw . WITH BOWRANITE wricoKRosivh: PABIt. Tht ralentltaa Enamy ot Ruil r "' !">" aad Steal. LASTS I/WO*' GOES FARTHEST -> """^ One gallon will ever ;OC-!.000 M % %  -< %  ""' "* Storka. in Rrd C.rrv and rU"'Phona 44511 WILKINSON ti IIAiNES CO.. Ill I'hunr l :iiT THOSE WHO DEMAND THE BEST HAVE THEIR CLOTHES TAILORED BY C. B. RICE & ft OF BOLTON LANE V


Wednesday
Mareh I
193590.

\TTLEE Rij










Ultimatum Day

I. Will Get ‘Go Ahead’
4 For Political Mission —

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
LONDON, Feb. 28.
AfARCH 1 is no Jonger the ultimatum date for the West |
Indian reply to the English Food Ministry on the sugar |
Be eols,
ent political situation in this country has caused |
he Food Ministry to reconsider the position entirely, and
an told me this afternoon that no reply was now
sxpected from the West Indies. He declined to say how |
ong the postponement would be effective. :

ang | |

co m the Colonial Office there was |
lesterling

At

tatement forthcoming, |
The fact that Mr. Creeci Jones |
and Mr. Rees Williams were both |
defeated in the General Election |
has made 4t impossible for the Col-
onial Office to make any arrange-
ments for a meeting on a political

1

|

te Olfictal





level with the three West Indian

fepresentatives, Mr. Adams, Mr
Bustamante and Mr. Gomes. The
Colonial Office at the moment |

-annot even confirm that requests |
for discussions to take place have |
been received. The spokesman to |
whom I talked referred to “Alleg- j




the Colonial \









































ot me
TURCO” WESTERLING

Capsize
4 Reported Safe

SINGAPORE, Feb. 28.



were thought not to be in danger,
and rescue attempts were being
made,..-The.7,404-ton ship, owned
by the Anglo-Saxon ‘Petréleurti
Company, Limited, was stranded

esterling struck a fel-
poner in gaol to-day.
—Reuter.





ST. LUCIA

Advocate Corresponden)
® ST, LUCIA, Feb. 28,

t 3,000 citizens of Cas-
med out to welcome Her
mighness Princess Alice and
ot Athlone, when ney
here this afternoon on

Nothing Heard
Of Expedition



OSLO, Feb. 28.

ie H.M.S, Glasgow, ac- Nothing has been heard from
A by the Governor of oint Anglo-Norwegian-Swedish

tward Islands, Brigadier | a1. aretic expedition for over a

Hand Mrs. Arundell. week, Professor Sverdrup of
mouce Guard of Honour Norwegian Polar insuit said today.
or Leonard Alfonso, The expedition ship ‘Norsel”

bd under Bandmaster | sory pop Cape Town a week ago

and Guides assem-

Wharf, while the sec-
Pd elementary schoo) |
and the St. Mary’s Col-

lined up around
Street,
ely 3 p.m. the Prin-

and it is expected that the expedi-
tion, which landed on Queen
| Maud’s land is now working \
| erect a radio transmitting statior
at their base, which has be
named “Maudheim” by specia
permission of King Haakon

Allen Lewis the Chair-
a Castvies Town Board
Opriate speech extended
ene hearty welcome.
miieess replied, expres



was

| Russia Has







to be St. Lucie ;
Meiers tnd veal’ /Vew Weapon
mithe island. She was



|
|

ed to meet again, so soon | PRAGUE, Feb. 28.
Jamaica ceremony, Mr President Gottwald gave a hini
Mr. Gordon who had that Russia had a new weapon uj}
Mm at her installation. | her sleeve, in his speech today tc
nes Relayed |the Executive Commitiee of the

€S§ were relayed to | Czechoslovak Communist Party.
frowds by loudspeakers. | “In an emergency,” he said,
then entered a car |“the natjons of the Soviet Union
to Government House, | will put up the same defence as
and Yook intense de- | against aggression by Hitler’s Ger-
» ®X-servicemen, Scouts }many and Japan.
Ichildren and tha} “So far, ‘he Soviet Union has
» They elected tr |upplied atomic energy for peace-
fatire length of Bridgaé | ful purposes, but who would doubt
“ad of driving, in order |that in a case of necessity sh
citizens and greet them. | would use this power tu stave of
DY crowd remained | an aggressor?’”’—Reuter.
Dlaces throughout the |
ston and co-operated |

iy, | + a oe

shower just before the | i rance Gets £20m.
@rived did not hamper |
Pe Tangements

arty are remaining
Will visiy schools to-
“WHT hold a recep |



will












PARIS, Feb, 28.

struation expenses for February

announced today. 3
(Counterpart Funds are deposits

7 in a Marshall country’s own cur-
rency of an amount equal to the






The peo oncerned and ECA.)



trial

‘ normally
‘he ECA special mission of France |heen strengthened.—Reuter.

B.O.A.C. Re-Establishes

MRS. SAVAGE wife of the (

Judge will be Lord

Fuchs is liable to 14 years im-
prisonment for
formation,.which-may have speed | izerhept
éd up Russia’s manufactufé ‘of the!
Atom Bomb.

betrayal of

directly or indirectly useful to an
enemy,



chusetts.—Reuter.



N. A. P. Defence

Improving

NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 28.

The United States is aiming at a
lefence organisation strong enough
to prevent military disaster, buy
nexpensive
-conomic
Army Chief of Staff, Gen. Lawton
Collins,

“Arms race

to
the

enough
disaster.

prevent
American

said here ‘oday.
ecurity alone would

Mepped ashore fr the , ragile security av be -an
ashore from _ vné The plan was that the expedi | % @ fragile sec urity av best,—<é id
- and after inspecting | , , ' ver | ‘Ould presage atomic disaster at
of H. , ; ~{ ition should send messages ove! e
onour proceeded to ‘ther Capetown radio, or Bergen | 'ts_werst,” he added
ee Section of the hollow | “1% Ne rue Eanes Gen. Collins said the Western
the Wharf where the| '@°!° ers Powers over-all security position

steadily improving, despite

he menaée of powerful land arms
nd tremendous rese
y the “Police States’’.



rves built up
Reuter.



Marshal Chiang
Resumes Office

TAINAN, Feb, 28

Marshal Chiang Kai Shek will
resume his presidency of the Chi-
nese Nationalist Government here
tomorrow,
stated here today.

During a simple ceremony y
state his reasons for ‘aking
up office again.

The two main reasons are un-
lerstood to be: Actipg President
Dr. Tsung Jen, who
ick. leave” in America, is unable

) lead the country at a time when
‘Communist

immineni”’,

an official spokesman

he

is on “long

invasion of Formosa

and



From E.C.A. Funds | 80 Killed In Bengal

CALCUTTA, Feb, 28

Citizens a | ‘The Marshall Plan adtninistra- Armed raiders killed 80 people
Le zens at Govern-| yor, Paul Hoffman, has agreed te whea they attacked “the. Assan
leave nt afternoon |the withdrawal by France © | mail train near Sanvahar, East
ent hy at midnight for £20,000,000 from the Economic | 3engal, today. !
m Cabte. Co ~ operation Administratio An East Pakistan communique
Counterpart Funds to — cover] sid that casualties included some
French investments and recon- | \yoslems. Armed guards,

escort all trains,

Link With Chile.

“the people’a
vish for Marshal Chiang to return
o his post”.—Reuter.

t sOVvernor
which she visited for the first time
stands at the left

tinea inven pitsoese esis nt

ed” telegrams fron. the West | LONDON, Feb. 28.
} Indies. hi nants aes Dr. Klaus Fuchs, German-born |
when Nie asnes agmsenc "ht [scientist due fo be iret omotrow
V ne . "4 € . > |on charges of handing over atom
1ew Cabinet snd a new head has seal Pita: Fa ‘
been. apnoifitad! tov secrets to Russia, is awaiting his
Office an official “go ahead” will in London’s bleak Brixton
be given the West Indies. It may | P'S.
however be some considerable | He is said to have been a quiet
time before home affairs allow | Prisoner, sitting with his head be-
the West Indian question to be | tween his hands in long periods of
discussed.—By Cable, soul searching.
am if Seventy newsmen from almost
every part of the world will re-
6 ee jflect the globe wide interest in
2 Life Boats j one of the biggest spy cases of the |
century, when Fuchs appears in

| the dock of the Central Criminal

| Court.
The

| dard.

God-
The Lord Chief Justice, |
conducting the case for the King

in-



yesterday

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ncess Alice Most of the crew were taeciens atomic research, calculated to be}lenes, S, Radhadrishnan,

Emery Reves,

U.S.A.



Strength [s
Necessary
SAYS RUSSEL

NEW YORK, Feb. 28

British philosopher Bertrand
Russell said in an article pub-
lished here to-day that if war

could be averted for a decade it
would never take place,

zine. ‘United Nations World.
Lord Russell said; “I can think of
only one worse disaster than a
new world war:
the Kremlin’s

States, Walter Corti, Switze land,
Coudenhove-Kalergi,
Hewri-
Demont, F ance, Robert Hutchins,
U.S.A. Louis Haefliger, Australia,

Georges

shakes hands with a little chap at the Nighteng

FuchsSpyTrial) V.A. PACT CO
Begins Today |

THE NORTH ATLANTIC PACT COUNCIL
Foreign Ministers of the signatory
expected to meet in Europe about the
'n Copenhagen, Brussels or The Hague
| 1n well-informed quarters here today,

°

28] and “Economic”
Nobe]} Brussels Pact Powers

} OSLO, Feb. 28,

| Winston Churchill and Pvesi-
jdent Truman are among
}Persons proposed for the

year, it was announced

s 0! phos allen’ SPATE meee al San ig} Oday. Six International] Institu-
eo” Westerling, Chief of ICELAND, Feb. 28. versus Klaus Emil Julius Fuchs is} tions are also proposed
Army of the Heavenly Two lifeboats, carrying between | Btitain’s Attorney General, Sir The other candidate re:
mIndonesia, will appear in |20 to 30 of the crew of a stranded | Hartley Shawcross, | Louis de Broticke.e. Bel oot
me ‘court this week on British tanker, capsized here to- |_ Fuchs will be defended by MY. | Ralph Bunche, United Nations
B of assault, and illegal day. Only four of the crew were | Derek Curtis Bennett, one of |F. Carlisle, New Zealand, Rene
F os officially announced known to have been saved. Britain’s most brilliant King’s | Cassin, France, Sanjib Chaudure,
Te hos tad dae The men still aboard the tanker | Counsel. ndia, Eping Cockrzek, United

and prejudicial to the | Sehetie, France, Albert Schweitzer,
safety or interests of the state. |Clarence St eit," U.S.A, Andre |
A second charge states that he|Trocme, France, Johannes Fede, |
gave other vital information to “al Australia
certain person” at Boston, Massa=| —Reuter





zale Home,

A. Tudor, Churchwarden of St. Michael,

NCIL MAY

MEET END OF APRIL

LONDON, Feb. 28

end of April

possibly

a Spring programme of talks for
Western Foreign Ministers now
completed, will provide an oppor-
tunity for private exchanges of
views between the British, Frenct
and United States Foreign Minis-
ters on great powers problems.
According to preliminary talks,
it will be preceded by a combined
meeting of the Foreign, Finance
Ministers of the

There will be a session of the
Committee of Ministers of the
Council of Europe, which may
discuss the German application
for membership,—Reuter.



Norse Women
Ask U.N. To Stop
| Arms Production

OSLO, Feb. 28.

The Norwegian group of the
International Women’s League for
| Peace and Freedom have issued

India | 22 appeal to the United Nations

for two years’ stoppage ofall arms
production, it was announced (o-
| day.

The group have asked Trygve
| Lie to propose that the United
Nations 59 member states should
; 'mmediately be called to an extra-
ordinary conference consider
the suggestion.

v'o
Reuter.

Hungry Leopard
Returns Home
~FOR MEAL

OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb, 28

The hunger-maddened leopard,
which roamed the outskirts of
Oklahoma for several days, was
back in its old pit at ‘he local zoo



Writing in the unofficial maga~ | today fast asleep.

After turning the neighbourhood
into something like a Hollywood
set with hunters, marines with

the extension of | walkie-talkie radios, aircrafts, and

power over the/hundreds of “shoot on sight”
world.” The only hope, it seemed} amateur gunmen, the leopard
to him, of averting war with Rus- | walked quietly back to the zoo.
sia was to remain obviously] There he wrapped his jaws
Stronger than Russia until new /yound a piece of doped meat,

| circumstances completely changed

the situation.
—Reuter.

New U.N. Members
Named Today

THE HAGUE, Feb. 28.
The International Court o!
Justice will give its opinion to-
morrow on the case submitted by
the United Nations on the question
of the admission of anew member



| which had been left as bait, and

|
|



rolled over,—Reuter.



Strike Spreads

Over France

PARIS, Feb. 28.
France's miners and Paris trans-
port and public service employees
today prepared for a strike in the
next 72 hours,

Marseilles gas and eleciricity

to the United Nations, jt.is re-| Workers staged a 24 hours “walk

liably learned here, today.

The Court had been asked by
the General Assembly, if member-
ship. applications which had failed
to receive endorsement by the
Security Council, could be ap-
proved by, the Assembly

The public hearing of this case
was on February 17.—Reuter.

out” today,

Unions in chemical works and
insurance offices have taken strike
votes.

The Communist - led Géneral
Confederation of Labour campaign
in the ports “against war in Viet«
nam” caused. no incidents in
metropolitan France today,



Test “Peace Treaties”
Before Hague Tribunal

THE HAGUE, Feb. 28.
The International Court of Jus-

which] tiee meets to-day to hear a test
have! case sent by the United Nations

against strong Soviet _ opposition

| on the interpretation of the peace

;
|

treaties with Bulgaria, Hun-
gary and Rumania. Last year's
trials . of church leaders
Bulgaria and Hungary will be
mentioned. The issue (first

pressurised Argonaut air-|Jast spring, when Australia and

; i i, Feb. 28
grants received under the Mar- _ LONDON, Fe 28
Bom Own Correspondent shall "Aid programme. They can| British Overseas Airways Cor-
first ANTIGUA, Feb. 28 be used for recovery purposes by |/poration today introduced
) > March is the 5lst | joint agreement of the government | lates
; “irl Baldy

ited *e of Antigua An ECA spokesman said :
© attend a birthd present withdrawal’ would enable | America, and across
8 pn I the French investment and recon- | Santiago (Chile). BOAC has ‘au
ere str tior rogrammes to proceed te hed. th trect aif lini
‘ raix ile conversa- tau .
he role to: bé| eer ? Lire
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: ‘ € t 2 Pe
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the |don and the east coast of South; Dly to discuss the trials of church
| the Andes to] \‘eaders in Bulgaria and Hungar

‘Vhe Court will have

to consider





if disputes exist, and o whether
Buizga Hung R r
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in}

unilateral action, if any, could be
taken by the other parties to the
treaties, if these countries refused
to co-operate, and whether «
treaty commission could be form-
ed to settle the dispute. Written
statements have already been filed

by Australia, Britain anc the
United States. Memoranda by
| Russia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Ru-

jliners on fie route between Lon-| Bolivia asked the General Assem-|

; mania, Byelo-Russia, Ukraine and
their}came before the United Nations;

Czechoslovakia are understood t>
declare the Court has no compe-
tence to hear the case. The peace
treaty, they say, have their own





compeosea
powers, is

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LONDON, Feb. 28.

_ COLONIAL SECRETARY

Holy Office |

Seeks Union |

Of Christians —

VATICAN CITY, Feb, 28.
The Hoiy Office, chief Romai
Catholic authority on matters o

dogma, today took the most im) Meeting lasted two hours, during

portant step in Vatican histor
towards co-operation with non-
Catholics.

It authorised Roman
vishops for the next three years

Catholic | *

to organise, in special cases, loca)

conferences with Protestant theo. |

ogians on subjects of common in-

terest to further the Union of »
Christians,

But it insisted that such collab
oration would be the object on)
of union as the Roman Catholi
Church understood it. The 4,0U
“instructions” to the Bishops made
it clear that the Church sought

the return of individual “dissi-
dents”, not a Federation o
Churches.

Such local meetings have bee:
hitherto possible, only on specia
permission from the Pope him
self.

The Holy Office, over which the
Pope presides, premitted recita
of the Lord’s Prayer, or any othe:
prayer authorised for Roma
Catholics, at these conferences
it emphasised that Roman Catho
jics must not participate in reli
@lous ceremonies of other
and that the Pope’s permission is
still required for internationa
national, and in diocesan confer-
ences.

Seven Points

The seven points laid down for

the guidance of bishops in collab

|

sects, |

|

oration with other churches sai |
that |
(1) They must “dedicat.
themselves to it with particula: |
eare”, helping those “who seeh |
the truth” and guarding ‘thx |
faithful against the danger

arising from the movement, an
assigning special priests to handy
the matter.

(2) They must guard “agains
ine possibility that indifferentisn
may grow through giving more
consideration to that unitec
Catholics and non-Catholics thar
to what separates them’.

(3) “Only priests, who by thei:

theological leading and their firm
adherence to the principles anc

rules laid*down by the Church in| ,

this matter, have shown them-
selves truly adapted to this,
should be sent to meetings between
Catholics and non-Catholic theolo-
gians”’.

(4) Bishops
necessary

could give thc
permission for such
neetings with non-Catholics for
the next three years, provided
hat all participations in religious
mites be avoided,
(5) Though all. participations
n religious rites must be avolded
the Lord’s Prayer, or any other
| prayer, approved by the Roman
; Chureh, could be recited to open
}or close the proposed meetings

} (6) Bishops should set up
national organisations to supei
vise, examine and direct co-ordin
ation of the work.

(7) Religious superiors are
bound to watch that members of
their orders conform strictly and
faithfully to the prescriptions of
the Holy See, and of the, bishop:
in the matter. The document was
approved by the Holy Office
long ago as December 20, but only
released today . —Reuter



Fire In House
e In
Of Commons
LONDON, Feb. 28

Firemen to-day rushed to th:
House of Commons where a fir
was believed to have broken out
in the basement. The Chambe
was filled with smoke.

The fire was under control with-
in a few minutes. It was stated
to have broken out in an electri-
cian’s storeroom underneath the
Chamber, where the new House
will assemble to-morrow.

Members rushed to the Chamber

and helped to fight the fire until
the arrival of the brigade—Reuter.

Many Advisers
But No Troops

IN BULGARIA

PARIS, Feb, 28, |
Donald Heath, American Mini- |



Ster to Sofia when the United |
States broke off ‘diplomatic rela- |
tions with ‘Bulgaria. last
year, said here today thee!
were many, Russian military |

advisers, experts and missions, but
no sign of Russian “troops as sucn” |
in Bulgaria. ; |
Heath told newspapermen who,
asked if a Russian Marshal might
take over in Bulgaria as Marshal |
Rokoshovsky. did in Poland, that/
when he left Sofia in January,
“there was nothing to indicate
that such a step was in process o
necessary’’. The Bulgarian Defence
| Minister and Army Command:r,
*he said, had held high ranks in
}the Russian Army, ‘though they

machinery for settling interna-, “ere Bulgarians,
| tional disputes, and in any case He said that there was a lot of
the three states concerned are| feeling. against the Government
tither members of the United g beasants, who made up 40
ns rties to the tutes} per cer { the populatior
— (Reuter. itio —Rewter.



Government to take over Britain’s
{

PRIME MINISTER ATTLEE tonight was engaged in a

fight against time. Simultaneously, he dealt with three
pressing problems—completing this Cabinet reshuffle, pre-
paring for the first meeting of Parliament tomorrow; and

directing the drafting of the King’s speech, announcing the
session's business, which the Cabinet will study on Thursday.














Cabinet as. Minister of Food, his
first ministerial office.

The vacancy at the Colonial
Office, created by the defeat at
the polls of Secretary of State,
Mr. Arthur Creech Jones, has been
filed by the promotion of Mr.
James Griffiths, formerly Minister
of National Insurance, whe
addition to being given a more
senior post, receives a seat in the
Cabinet. The Cabinet itself has
been increased from 17 to 18 mem-
bers by the inclusion as an extra
Minister of the new Ministry o:
Town and Country Planning, Mr.
Hugh Dalton,

Mr, Dalton was Chancellor of
the Exchequer, until he resigned
after the accidental disclosure of
budget secret.

Fifth In Cabinet

He becomes fifth in the Cabinet
heirarchy, with general responsi-
bilities as senior minister.

Lord Alexander, a _ leading
spokesman to the Consumers’ Co-
operative Movement, ~ formerly
Defence Minister, becomes Chan-
cellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
in place of Mr. Dalton. This post
like that of Mr. Morrison, is 9
Cabinet post equivalent to Minis
ter without portfolio.

The Ministry for

Conservative leader, Winston
| Churchill, to-day summoned _ his
‘Shadow” Cabinet to a strategy
meeting at his London home, The

which Churchill and his lieuten-
ants sketched _ their preliminary
campaign plans for the “stale-
mate” Parliament,

| The Government is believed
| eady to fight a cautious rear
|} ©uard action on niionalisation in
the House of Commons. It will
| stobably soft-pedal plans for



7

iron and steel industry in the fight
between Socialism
ownership.

The Labour Administration had
no intention of repealing the last
session Act, which was fixed on
January 1, 1950 as the earliest

ate for nationalisation of the in-
lustry, it
tated tonight

The transfer of the industry t
public ownership can be deferre
for ,

and private

was authoritatively

a yearts
Chiei
Labour circles
i that the chief
ection of the Party
‘now how long the Government
proposed to try to maintain office
vith its majority of seven

Anxiety
tonight
anxiety

predict-
of this
would be to

Economic

It was recognised that tactical Affairs, filled by Mr. Hugh Gaits-
onsiderations might oblige the kell is a new government post.
overnment to carry on for : The effect of the reshuffle is
pell, but some leftwingers are to leave the inner Cabinet almost
afraid ares ae ee ~ unchanged, but it produces many

aone oO mabours cause, 1 surprises on lower government
ituation drags on indefinitely

; levels, The most spectacular ap-
iberal leaders met to-day to dis

ne ; : pointment was War Secretary
cuss the future of the party, anc An
> manuel Shinwell promoted to
position in Parliament }
> . . Minister of Defence.
Political observers are already Shi 2: a forcedad and influ
peculating on the fate of th shinwell, a forceful and in

ential personality of the radical

rty in the event of another elec .
: wing of the Labour Party, takes

on. Doubt has been expressed

hether it would again nominat [| OVer the supreme direction of all
many as 475 candidates armed forces from Lord Alexan-
Prime Minister Attlee an-{ der, recently created a Peer.
iounced the list of his Ministry Politically, more significany than
tonight Ernest Bevin remain.|a@ny of the 16 changes made by
| “oreign Minister, Mr. Attlee, was his decision to re+
The holders of two principa! tain the leader of the Cabinet's
posts remain unchanged, Sir Staf- Lett, Wing, Mr, Aneurin Bevan
‘ord Cripps as Chancellor of a8 Minister of Health.
the Exchequer and Herbert Mor Firm Line
rison as Lord President of th Before election, it had been
‘ouncil, equivalent to Ministe, predicted that Bevan would get
vithout portfolio, a much bigger job. It is con-
Shinwell,. M.0.D. _ cluded yet Se right, .w: the
The Cabinet post of Minister 0° Cabinet 4s taking a firm Ife on

now the “Caretaker” Labour Gov-
‘ernment musv be run.

Mr. Attlee has brought two ot
Labour's “bright young men” into
the Cabinet. The New Minister
of Commonwealth Relations, Mr
Gordon Walker was formerly
tutor of the Oxford. During the

Jefence, previously held by Lor
\lexander will be taken by the
former War Minister, Emmanue}
Shinwell, who is promoted from
unior rank. Mr. Aneurin Bevan
remains Minister of Health,

Mr, John Strachey, formerly
Minister of Food, becomes Minister |

of War. The portfolio of colonies, war, he was on the staff of the
which was vacated by the defeat .B.C, European Service. He
f Mr. Creech Jones in the Genera} is 42.

Plection is taken by the former Mr. Hector McNeil, who was
Minister of National Insurance,, Mr. Bevin’s principal deputy as
Mr. James Griffiths. Mr, Griffiths; Minister of State for Feésign
s succeeded by Dr. Edith Sum-; Affairs, becomes Secretary for
nerskilt formerly Under-Secre | “cotland, replacing Arthur Wood-
iry at the Ministry of Food burn, one of the five Ministers
The Chairman of the Parlia- dropped, Aged 40, McNeil is by
yentary Labour Party, Mr. Mau- profession a journalist,
rice Webb, a journalist, joins the —Reuter



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PAGE TWO

(ya W. Calver, Commis-
A sioner of Police, Jamaica,
arrived from Jamaica on Monday
by B.W.I.A. for the Conference
of Police Cormmissioners. Also
attiving for this Conference was
Colonel William A. Orrett, Com-
missionet of Police, British
Guiana. He arrivéd yesterday by
B.W.1.A, from B.G.

N Talks

N cohnection with the Exhibition

of British Periodicals now
showing at the British Council,
Mr. George Hunte will lecture on
Thursday, March 2nd, at 8.15
p.m., on “How a British News-
paper is Made”. The lecture will
be illustrated by still pictures and
followed by a sound film.

»« ne
Was in England on
B.C.

R. W. A. (Jinks) Angoy who

has been here for three
months on leave with his wife
and two children returned yester-
day by B.W.I1.A. to British
Guiana. They were staying in a
bungalow along the Maxwell's
Coast.

Prior to his arrival here, Mr
Angoy was in England for two
months on a British Council
Scholarship doing a course on
Social Industrial Welfare and
during his stay in the British
Isles he spent a short time at the
Institute of Agriculture at Usk in
South Wales.

He returned to the West Indiec
via America and spent ten days
in Bridgeport, Connecticut with
Dr. R. Lovell, who is well knowa
in athletic circles here. He then
left America by the ‘Empress of
Australia’ early im November,
which took him as far as Trinidad.

During their stay here they have
made many friends, and enjoyed
their holiday immenseiy.

Stood Over on 2

Business

R. Norman Wight, one of the

members of the British
Guiana Team which recently tour-
ed Barbados left by B.W.1.A. to
return to British Guiana. He did
not leave with the team, as he
had to remain on a little longer
on business. He is with Univer-
sal Agencies in B.G.

In his short stay he told Carib
he has been all over the island
and had a wonderful time. To his
many friends whom he did not sec
before he left he begs to say good-
bye

It was Norman who hit the first
six of the tour. He was a guest at
Abbeville Guest House

na ne

One Time Intercolonial

Cricketer
R. Jules E. Chabrol, Officer
of Commodity Contro. in
British Guiana and Mrs. Chabrol,
arrived yesterday by B.W.I.A.
from British Guiana.

A keen turfite, one of the main
reasons for his visit is to be here
for the Barbados Turf Club's
Spring Meeting. He is also well
known in West Indian cricket
circles, having represented B.G.
on several occasions. He played
cricket here in 1905 and has also
played against the M.C.C.

Mr. Chabrol is Barbadian born,
but has been living in B.G. for
many years now. They have two
sons in B.G., one in the Customs

and one in the Public Works
They will be staying temporarily
with Mr. Chabrol’s two sisters

at Seaview, Bay Street, until they
move to a house at Silver Sands
They expect to be in Barbados for
three months.

BY THE WAY ...

*" OTEWOKA, what is that
cheering in the compound? ”

“It is 123 more wives arriving
for our lord and master.”

1 read that the Fon of Bikon, a
chieftain in the high Cameroons
(and known as the Cameroon
Highlander) “offered all his wives
their liberty; 40 departed, but 110
decided to stay,” thus necessitat-
ing a rearrangement of the files
To bring the Corps up to strength,
the Fon’s Matrimonial Secretary
probably had to go hastily through
telephone numbers jotted down on
odd bits of paper during his chief's
rambles. The old rogue is said to
be 80 years of age. By the time
he dies, there will be crowds of
dashing young fellows hanging
about the compound, in the hope
of getting a dozen or so of widows

Saying of the Week

So l is conventionality
that if Wwman beings were able
to turn their ears inside out when
they laughed you would find
few people availing themselves of
this privilege.

(C. Suet Esq. at Petersfield)



Carub






POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

“1 suppose you blasted
radicals will try to explain
this away by saying the
feilow hed had one tomato-
juice tao many!”

= SL .¢
Paid Business Visit
R. FRED BURROWES, Presi-
dent of John F. Burrowes
and Co. Ltd., of Bermuda, re-
turned home on Saturday morn-
ing by T.C.A., after a visit here
on business coupled with pleasure.
He was staying at the Marine
Hotel.



me »«a
islands ?
registered letter arrived at

A

our office yesterday from
Holland with the destination
Bridgetown, Barbados Islands.

Could it be that in far off Holland
they have heard of Pelican. and
Culpepper islands, or does it show
how little people in Europe know
about this little island of ours.
P.S.—In case visitors to the island ,
are wondering where Pelican and,
Culpepper islands are, let me put’;
you wise. Pelican island is at the
tip of the North side of Carlisle,
Bay while Culpepper Island is ¢,
small rock in the sea off the coas

of St. Philip, and we Bajans affecsyfamily. They are all staying

tionately call it an island. Ii
makes us feel so much bigger.
°o ocr
“Henry” Returns
R. HENRIQUEZ PEREZ is
back in Barbados to con-
tinue his studies in English
Shorthand and general Commer-
cial work. “Henry,” during his
stay here last year became very
popular with everyone and takes
a keen interest in Water Polo and
Aquatics in general The





thing he wanted to know when §
Carib saw him yesterday was
“When is the Water Polo season)

commencing?” Henry arrived on
Monday afternoon and expects to!
be here until the end of this year
ind is staying with Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon Knight of
Marine Gardens

& «> :

With Anaconda Mining Co.

E were here one year ago
and this time we

again enjoyed ourselves,” Mr

D S. Johnson told Carib shortly

before :e boarded the ‘plane for

B.G. yesterday With his wife

and two daughters Lynne and

Kaye they have spent two enjoy-
able weeks at the Paradise Beach
Club, where they also spent their

first visi

Mr. Johnson is with the Ana-
conda Mining Co. in. British
Guiana.

To Spend Three Weeks
R. O. SOVERALL, Civil
Servant attached to the

Lands and Surveys Department of
Trinidad, was an arrival last we 2k
by B.W.1.A., for about three we




cs
holiday. Accompanying him wos
Mi Frank Barsotti, a former
Student of Queen’s Royal Colles
who will be here fo; Similar
period,

They are both staying t

“Leaton-on-Sea,” The Stream

The Narkover scandal

A‘ exceedingly prim and sane-
timonious father had given
warning of a visit to the School, to

investigate the reports of the
scandalous occurrences in Mr

Warblow’s house. The butler was
coached, and when the parent
arrived the stage was set. A loud
cough from the butler gave thé
warning. His knock was un-

answered, so he opened the door
slightly to announce the visitor
who heard Dr. Smart-Allick say
to Mr. Warblow, “Then you'll
preach tomorrow, and I on Wed-
nesday.” The next moment the

parent was shaking hands with
two grave gentlemen in dog-
collars, “Ah, my dear sir,” ex-
claimed Smart-Allick, “what a

pleasure. This is Mr. Warblow.”
“I never knew you were both in
Holy Orders” said the parent,
glancing at two unfinished glasses
of milk on the table. “One does
one’s little best,” said Warblow.
“A glass of milk, sir? What should

first [Guest House, Worthing.

Mervue, gin Barbados.
*pr ncipally

4 ere staying at one of the flats
at Coral Sands.
have

Calling

For B.G. Ladies’ Athletic
Meet
M's GRACE CUMBER-
BATCH, Barbados’ leading
Lady athlete, left yesterday by
B.W.LA. on a special invitation
from B.G., to take part in the
Demerara Ladies’ Athletic Sports
meeting which takes place on 4th
March. She expects to be home
on Tuesday.

Her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Ww.
Cumberbateh and her sisters Miss
Merle and Miss N. Cumberbatch
were at the airport to see her off,
as well as Mr. Arthur Jones, Vice
President of the Amateur Athletic
Association of Batbados and the
Secretary of that Association Mr.
J. W. Maynard.

<> «>

Enjoying Her W.1. Holiday
njoyi Elizabeth Mac Carthy
O'Leary certainly seems to
» enjoying her holiday in the
West Indies. She has just returned
tcom Carnival in Trinidad, and
yesterday she left for British
Guiana, where she will be staying
for two weeks. Before returning
to Barbados, she will pay a short

visit to Tobago.

»« »«
Bank Employee Leaves
i R. NEVILLE GRANSAUL of
the Canadian Bank of Com-
merce, Trinidad, returned home
on Sunday evening by B.W.1A.,
after spending two weeks’ holiday.
He was staying at “Accra,”
Rockley.
«?, «»

For Three Weeks
R. FREDDIE MENDES of the|
Shipping Department of
George F. Huggins and Co, Ltd,
is now in Barbados for about
three weeks’ holiday. He came
over principally for the Races and |
was accompanied by his wife ond
at)

“Accra,” Rockley.

na na

Up For The Races
N R. ALEXANDER CHIN, well-

known West Indies turfite,
was an arrival on Friday evening
xy B.W.LA., from Trinidad for
he B.T.C. Race Meeting which
ypens at the Garrison Savannah
» Saturday next. He wast
accompanied by Mrs. Chin and
they are staying at an



ne na
For His Health

R. C. A. H. FULTON, who is

a Sugar Planter at Diamond
Estate, B.G., and Mrs, Fulton have
spent the past four months here
Their holiday was
for his health, Mr.
Fulton told Cari>. This is their
hird visit to Barbados and they

<> <>
Recuperation Holiday

R. ROBERT D. CRAMMOND

of Montreal who was recu-
perating here for three weeks after
mm illness of eight months, re
turned home on Saturday morning
by T.C.A. He was staying at the
Windsor Hotel.

He said that he had benefited a
great deal from his visit and was
ready to resume his duties.

Mr. Crammond is Vice President
cf Crammond and Son Limited
machinery manufacturers of Mon-
vreal.

«<> «<>

Many Still in Trinidad
{SS KATY LENAGAN who
spent Carnival in Trinidad

returned by B.W.LA. over the
veek-end. There are still several
Barbadians in Trinidad who went
there for the Carnival and have
not yet returned.

By Beachcomber

ve do without the dear cows?”
“l really can’t believe these re-
ports,” said the parent. “Of course,

you ean’t,” said Smart-Allick.
“Who could?” “They say my
friends are bookmakers,” said

honest Warblow, turning aside to
blow his nose violently, “It has
broken his heart,” said Smart-
Allick, brushing a tear away with
his sleeve. The visitor felt a lump

in his throat, in the presence of

these two good men, so foully
maligned,

Pastoral

Who fares so featly
Over the tilth?
Who but maid Jennifer,
Knee-deep in filth?
“Baaa” goes a sheep at her
“Myaaa” goes a goat
Cows take a peep at her
Torn overcoat.
Then with a swishing tail
Plod through the mire,
After maid Jennifer.
Home to the byre.
(Myrtle Ravensfoot.)



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Spent Carnival In Trinidad
, MRS. T. B. HULL of Top

Rock, and Mrs. Norman Peck
who lives at
Carnival in Trirfidad was one of
the most picturesque and wonder-

ful sights they have ever seen
They returned on Sunday morni 08 |
by B.W.LA.

» <»

After Two Months

R. PRANK K. BEGG, Presi-

dent and owner of the Besg
M@tor Co., of Vancouver, B itish
Cohumbia, returned home over the
week-end via Trinidad by B.W.1.A
He was accom anied by his wife
and they had spent about two
months’ pelidew here. They were
staying at the Marine Hotel.

“” ”

recently iccessful
operation at the Genera) Hospital.
His many friends will no doubt
be glad to hear that he is wp and

R.
D Dental Surgeon of Trinidad,
returned home over the week-end
by B.W.LA., after spending a
holiday with his parents Mr. and
Mrs. E. S. Chambers of Kent
House, Christ Church. He was
accompanied by his wife and
little son David Jnr.
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Comings and Goings

R. L. Hutson, Government

Veterinary Surgeon in Antigua
left for Trinidad on Monday by
B.W.1.A. to attend a Conference
on Livestock which is to be held
there.

the Marine Hotel, |

steerer ee et ae -_
| WWON-SLIP FALTERS |

Mr. Cecil Jordan, Salesman of
Bradshaw and Co., was in British
Guiana for one week. He returned
yesterday by B.W.I.A.

. . .

Revd. Ernest Griffin, Supt. of
the James Street Methodist Churct
left for British Guiana yesterday
by B.W.I.A.

< * .

After a pleasant three weeks
holiday spent at Indramer Guest
House, Worthing, Miss Doris
Premdas, Assistant Matron at the
Public Hospital in British Gu'ana
returned home yesterday by
B.W.1.A. This is her first visit
here and she hopes to return soon
again .



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The figure ot Roderigo, the
pirate, disappears round a eadland
rock and Sailor Sam puts on speed
to try to catch up. All at once
Rupert hears a thud, and to his
anxiety he sees his friend lying on
the steep stony path and muttering
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for the three L's, K for the

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** My ankle’s sprained on those loose
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A Cryp~svem Quotation

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Barbados May |
Have A Brewery

BARBADOS may have a brewery soon. The House of} Sone 51 or eee
Assembly at their meeting yesterday passed the necessary | estimated aeniee
legislation to provide for this when they passed without | 863. 5

division, a Bill to regulate the brewing of beer and to} oj his statement is s
impose certain duties thereon.

Colonial Estimates

The cbjects and Reasons of the | with their on

ii state: — ) already e

provisional arrangements have | avenues.
peen made by a commercial enter-} A beginning had been made and
rise to start a brewery in the/|he wished it success, Every bottle
Island in the near future and the! of beer manufactured would save
gbject of the present Bill is to/importation and would go a long|R,
Pi ide the necessary legislation! way to help them balance their
F regulating the brewing of | budget.
i and for imposing duties on The new company he felt would
| peer. The legislation is based on not hamper the rum industry. It
corresponding provisions of Would have to be very efficient
the Trinidad Brewery Ordinance. indeed to make any inroads into

_

Y, MARCH 1 |
ei Teo ape ae ee Ratna anita

WEDNESDA » 1956 BARBADOS ADVOCATE







——



Deficit Of In The Legisiaiure' Music Examin
Yesterday

rT

t moc Ty. r |

| Arrives Today |
20 to arrive

tow *s Dr. W

the examiner

Royal School of Music

of
Pr. Harris has held various ap~

Thief Gets
Six Months

‘THE only thing that has pre-
vented us from imposing a
greattr penalty because you |
iituaebhk: ta Visca, : | kept im the Straight path for the!
potatments as) Organisi _jackiding} past’ nine years”, remarked His|
that of Assistant Organist of Lich-|! ; 5 ; ~
pat of Assistant Organis |jionour Mr. J. W. B. Chenery to|
field Cathedral. For some time he} ene os z :
acted as assist: rofessor Sir | 2 -Year-old Sydney Cadogan in|
acted as assistant to Professor Sir ithe Assistant Cour A l
Granville Banvock, the Principal toe feee Court ot ppse
of the Birmingham and Midland yesterday before confirming.a six
| Institute School of Music. In 1919 | Month sentence. ,
he succeeded Sir Hugh Allen as} Cadogan, a labourer of Brittons
Organist of New College, Oxford, | Hill, was sentenced to six months
conducted the Oxford Bach Choir} hard labour by City Police Magis-
}and also became Director of the | trate Mr. BE. A, McLeod on Mon-
| Sunday Evening Balliol Concerts. | day, for the larceny of one dozen |
os . . : From 1929—1933 he was Organist} gents esis, valued $10, the
= Niger and that this Bal-! ae concurred in the follgwing | of Christ Church Cathedral, Ox~ |property of Messrs. W i lliam
me will be mgr at the end ; “Rescution for $500 to supplement the | ford. His presen’ appointment of Fogarty and Co., Ltd,

financial year to $4,495,301, | Expenditure Estimates 1 » Part 1,/ Organist of St. George’s Chapel, | He appesled at the bar and Sgt.
on eae tO te Memorandum Sheena nea as shown in the Sup- | Windsor, was made in 1933.
imates, ;

ae

today or tomor-j}

H. Harris, who is |
Vhis year for the]

$405,000

estimated revenue of the|

8

ra
j Pendit

The
et out in the | ‘Mot
4 for the year, | for Quarter ended 31s ber, 1949.
Hi which were laid on ‘both ! seal H. A. Cuke laid remtiog to
ous is re AS =} pessages from the Governor relating tu
day wae of the Legislature yester ' Barbados being made a party to the Eco-

? nomic Co-Operation Agreement between
Estimated excess of current} the Governments of the United Kingdom
revenue over

7 iture | 2â„¢4 the United States of America, and |
I current expenditure | ©
is $60,120.

to the closing of the Bay, Wharf and |
C F ; Market Police Posts, |
It is estimated that the General] The Hon'b
evenue Balance at the beginning
of the financial year 1950—51 will. the new rates






year
while the
S $9,624.

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eyes wide open and had
xplored the necessary



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‘ Estimates 1949—50! No. 26 7 0 4 lB. King, who prosecuted for the
‘ : :| the rum industr: bec Ba 7 the Revised ; which form the Schedule to this resolu. His compositions include an An- | Police, later a aled. *
ter dealing with matters of ¥ Secause Barba- | Current Estimates ‘ stre : corey € THING.
t Le and interpretation, the Bull} dos made very good rum, (Laugh- Expenditure for 194950 snes mifeolution for S867 to supplement ois | oetemtoane fete annual Festival |. forthwith Soene "wen bheed te, Love we is
vides that every brewer shail | ter). that, imstead of a deficit of | Estimates 1949—50, Part Il Capital no | oo SBAUSS See 9 yesterday by Their Honours Mr. \ Use vou
‘* icens j Mr. Allder (L) though ‘ at : shown in the Supplementary Estimates | Of the Sons of the Clergy in 1929, ~ . 3 :
: take out an annual license costing ught that| $101,788 as originally estimated, | 1949-50, No 2 and sung at St. Paul’s Cathedral. |: W: B. Chenery and Mr. H. A \
$5.00 and pay an excise duty on Ghee safeguard should be made by| there will be a deficit of $405,000.! Resolution’ for sso to supplement the | and a Carnegie award “The Hound | V@ushan, Judges of the Assistant \
ery galion of beer which he| ‘ Overnment to protect the new | This is not as large as might have / Estimates 1949—50, Part I, Current, as of Heaven” r Court of Appeal. Apart from
(el. 3 and 4). industry against foreign ‘mporta- | been expected in view of the sup- 1949-50, Nor go, upplementary Estimates : confirming the decision of the
brews (c is made in subsequent tions such as whiskey and gin ete. plementary provision 1 ired , : ha No. 29, which form the schedule
Provision In addition to . requir Otto Ss resolution.



that the Govern-
ment should keep its eyes on the
price charged. He had noticed in
the case of certain items produced
locally that the price was as high

E for various matters of a

eonical nature such as the ascer-
tainment of the specific gravity
of beer, the method of keeping
records, the marking of rooms and

Police Magistrate, Their Honours

e per
Did Not Go ) ordered Cadogan to pay 7/8 ap-

| peal costs in seven days

On Doek In Basket

Fresolution
the Estimates
as set out

meet the additional cost of sala-!
ries and wages resulting from the

revision of salaries and wages

during the year 1949—50,

for $23,598 to supplement
1949—00, Pari I, Current
in the Supplementary Esti-
mates 1949-50, No. 30, which form the }
schedule to this resolution.

Resolution to fix,




















The Revised Estimated Revenue | ;.! March, 1990, the posters aie oe ne
: : od le J ist ) , 1950, s : oel Goodman, Clerk of the
ls, the control of brewing we socething Ee product. /is greater than the original esti- | hata of printed ‘papers “including Dry-docking here yesterday of} "

produced local-
should benefit






tions and related matters.
(cl. 5 to 23). Power is given to

The finest in Underthings,
Nylon nightdresses, slips,

mate largely because of the | books.
“book-entry” in adjustment of the

commercial papers and

news- |ithe 84-ton motor schooner “Cach- Wholesale Department of Messrs.
Papers) transmi

ly the population tted from this Island to;









Ms ; its| Wm. Fogarty, said that on Thurs- ; ;
: alot” was impossible because its) W™ M
; Great Britain 3 : coun- a anties and brassieres.

£ the Castoine “‘Doikise to a certain extent as regards a refund of the Cost of Living eet ritain and British Empire coun | draft of 12 ft. 6 ins. was too great day last at about 11.15 a.m, be Boost aakeel pehie ateine

oO a. eeweny-# h smaller price, Allowance of the year 1948—49 | Resolution to fix, with effect from the |in comparison with the height of} Saw Cadogan in the Store looking y rs, pi! y styles.
ment to ee nent The bill was read and passed necessitated by the revision of ist March, 1950, the air mati postage on | vhe tide at some mattresses, He later saw

e é a j ivicj . etters, postcards a etter fc Ss y ie hee teats i
Se sed ie wewing and ot | Without division. salaries. The main sources of | addreset tats destination set ou in| Workmen on the dry dock were} Cadogan put the vests into a
Cl = &



Revenue, namely

' searching for any concealed vessels and Excise,

(a) Customs column one of the Schedule thereto, at
of pipes and a penalty of $500 is

(b) Taxation. the rate set out immediately

at work since Monday trying to| basket he was carrying. Cadogan AMERICAN



and opposite







Such destination in column two of th. | Set the “Cachalot” up. Only half) ran away and he Save chase. He LADIES’ DRESSES, SKIRTS AND BLOUSES
for obstructing such | H A show a decrease of $125,000, and } saia Schedule, the length of the hull they man-~ caught up with Cadogan who by Linens, gabardines, and pure silks. The latest
cl. of to 26) ouse pproves an increase of $265,000 respect- ree eolution to fx, with effect from tho | aged to get on before vhe vessel} this time had thrown the vests
Ts. . « « . | s

March, 1950, the air mail postage
rate on printed matter (including books,
commercial papers and newspapers) ad-
dressed to Great Britain

Resolution to approve of the compul-
Sory acquisition by the Governor-in-
Executive Committee of 7,710 square feet

ively. These variations of the
approved Estimates are of no par-
ticular significance,
“Housekeeping” Basis
The Estimates for 1950—51

Provision Made

Provision is made for the pay-
ment of a drawback on beer
brewed in the Island which is
| exported as merchandise or as




stuck on the platform of the dock. from the

The foreman of the dock told|}
the “Advocate” yesterday that an-
) ovher trial at docking will be made
today. He was fearing that they



styles for sport, business, cocktails or weddings.

CANADIAN & AMERICAN
DRUSSY LADIES’ HATS AND LEGHORN HATS

Road Regulations
The House
| day

basket. He later gave
1im into the custody of a Con-
stable,

Walter Atherley, another em-






of Assembly yester-
passed a Resolution approving















; od’ ati Ubhenelae eee . ‘ , ployee of Messrs. Wm. Fogarty, . i r ’

o} the motor vehicles and road traf- | nave been compiled on a “house- | °! a site tor the ne ee ames | might have to wait until the moon | «aid. that he heard someone run. Lovely, trimmed with pretty ‘lowers, feathers,
| ships’ stores, (cl. 27 to 30). fic regulations, 1950 which were keeping” basis; that is to say the | ters and asa hauling-up site for fishing |48 full to dock the “Cachalot if ning down the stairs at the Store berries and plenty chenilled veiling.
| Dealers and retailers of beer made by the Director of Highways Revenue Estimates are based on/| boats under the Fishery Development the vessel does not’ go on today. and when he looked around he
are prohibited from having in! and Transport on February 16,| the collection of revenue at exist- | Scheme. | This will be on Saturday se ean ore eer

Fe ‘ 2 ‘ : oa. S avs | The Council began and postponed con- . ae aa discovered that it was a small

their possession een sale | 1950, under section 7 of the Motor | ing rates from existing taxes and} sidecstina of a resolution for $70,000 to} The tide is highest at full moon.

| inthe ordinary course of business) | Vehicles




and Road Traffic Act,
1937 (1987—16), as amended by

AM=RICAN & CANADIAN

duties and the Expenditure Esti-
mates generally make provision

dark man.
supplement the Estimates Part Ii, Capi- dark -
tal as shown in the Supplementary Esti-
mates 1949—50, No, 27




sugar or other preparations that
























Mrejudicially affect the
P(cl. 31 and 32).

for expenses incurred by officers
| in travelling to a brewery to be
‘eovered from the brewer. (cl,

34.)

The chief materials used for
F brewing, that is to say, hops and
hops extract, malt and malt ex-
tract, are granted exemption from
import duty (cl. 35),

Objects and Reasons
yMr. Adams (L) who moved the
F d reading of the bill said
the Objects and reasons of
te bill had set out fairly clearly
“he purport of the bill and the
‘necessity for it at that stage.

He did not think that it was
ebecessary to dwell on any particu-
part of the bill. It spoke for
lf, Perhaps some honourable
Member might be of the opinion
‘that the provisions dealing with
‘Wxation needed some clarification,
hey could go into that aspect of
bill when they came to the
sponding section,

» J. H, Wilkinson (E) said
he did not know much about
bill but he knew about the
mption of the subject of the

(Laughter). A new indus-
Wy Was likely to be started in the
@ Band and he hoped that it would
® & successful.

)He however wanted to be as-
Med that the bill contained the
essary regulations to safeguard
health of the public and also
lained sufficient restrictions to
tect the public so that the com-
AY Would not be able to aanu-
a product that is not det-
mal to the health of the

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’

Gratifying
Mr, F.C. Goddard (E) said that
' Gratifying to see that
0 Capital was coming to the
oy to set up a new industry.
presumed that it would em-
bY 2 number of people, depend-
of course, on the production
dhow successful it would be.
; Beer was drunk in fairly large
Wantities in the colony and they
Rad to depend entirely on imports.
X plant was set up a large |
Mount of bottles would be need-
4 me mineral water factories
Mpended on the importation of
to get their bottles and that
Would have to depend upon
portation of beer for bottles.
ever he felt that those people
Coming to open the plant

y

VANISHING CREAM
SKIN FRESHENER

FACE POWDER

“may be used for increasing the

bit the use in the manufacture
beer of substances which may
revenue,
A deduction of
© 12% for loss and waste incidental ;
| to the brewing process is allowed
) for the purpose of calculating| and take the necessary Steps to
F duty. (cl. 33). Provision is made|Sive effect to this Resolution.

PUNIVS

COLD CREAM

LIPSTICKS.

| Sections 41 and 42 of the Depart-



specific gravity of beer and! ment of Highways and Transport
power ‘is given to the Governor-| Act, 1945, and approved and
in-Executive Committee to pro—| sanctioned by His Excellency the

Governor on the 17th day of Feb-
| ruary, 1950, and that the Legisla-
| tive Council be invited to concur
| herein and, if concurred in,

Resolved that His Excellency
the Governor be asked to assent





Acting Col. See.
Congratulated

HON’BLE P. F. CAMPBELL,
Acting Colonial Secretary was
congratulated at yesterday’s meet-
ing of the Legislative Council on
his appointment as first Principal
Secretary of Tanganyika,

Hon'ble J. D. Chandler speaking
before the business of the Council
began said it was unnecessary for
him to say much on that occasion.
More would be said later when
Mr. Campbell was leaving. He
felt sure that Mr. Campbell’s pro-
motion was from the point of view
salary and possibly from the point
of view of perquisites and other
promotions, but he did not think
it was from the point of view of
climate.

|

He wished to extend to him his
best wishes and congratulations.

Hon’ble D. G. Leacock (Presi-
dent) asked to be associated with
Mr. Chandler’s remarks. He had
intended saying something at the
end of the meeting, but he was
pleased that Mr. Chandler had
said it when he did.
| He would add that Mr. Camp-
bell had always been not only a
Colonial Secretary but a much
loved individual among them. He
hoped that he would continue to
go further rnd further.

Mr. Campbell replying said he
appreciated very much the kind
words that had been spoken. He
assured them ti-t he would be
leaving Barbados with consider-
able reluctance for many reasons,
He would no doubt maintain his
connections and endeavour to re-~
turn in the future.



Worked Galled Animal

LIVINGSTON ROACH of Sugar
Hill was fined 30/- in 14 days’ or
one month by His Worship Mr.
H. A. Talma yesterday when he
was found guilty of working
horse in a galled condition on
February 28, on Roebuck Street.

for the qontinuance of existing
services only. They do not make
provision for any new or extend-
ed services, nor do they contain
provision for the service of loans
to finance new or extended ser-
vices. The Estimates make pro-
vision for a reduced contribution

The folowing were passed :-

A Bill to authorise the Rector of t
parish of Saint Joseph to sell a part
the Glet
Executive Committee of Barbados.

Bill to amend the Vestries Act, 1911,

The Council ‘adjourned sine die.

HOUSE

e land of the said parish to the

Salmon Costs 30’ -

A FINE of 30/- to be paid in 14
days or in default one month's
imprisonment wags imposed on
Kenneth Gill of Nelson Street yes-
terday when he appeared before

he

re in the chase,

| Middle Street after Cadogan
later Goodman caught up
him,

ance and a Constable came



He said that Goodman was run-
| ning after the man and he joined
They ran along

and

with
Goodman shouted for assist-

up

Cadogan was then handed over.

be-

. His Worship Mr. H. A. Talm: ; ; :
: ; When the House of Assembly met § emp. Mr. fa. A. Talma In answer to a question from
‘o Capital Expendivure, rex. | Yesterday Mr. Adams laid the follow-| He was found guilty of the un- Ser. Ghenary Cadena said. that
Before embarking on new or ex- | jn¢." E Y lawful possession of four half- se): aan for mercy
tended major services it is pro- Message No. 11/1950 from His Excel- ound tins of sal sf ag he had appealed for mercy
posed to await the fiscal survey | !ency the Governor to the Honourable | | r peenon. WACh 2! eanse he had been living an honest
, j ‘ - | the House of Assembly presenting for | was carrying along Chamberlain | 5, » since: 19 Te st t since
which is being weer by the | the consideration of the Henavmbin Bridge life since 1941. He said that since
Economic and Financial Adviser | How the draft Estimates of Reven uc ;

to the Development and Welfare |

Organisation and which it
hoped will be completed in the
early part of 1950—51,

The Estimates make financial
provision for the reorganisation of
departments in the light of the

ind Expenditure for the financial yee
1950—51

Mr. Adams later notified honourab
members that it was his intention
deal with these at the next meeting
the House
Statement of Post Office Advances {
the payment of Money
3lst January, 1960

is





°
Orders to th

that

7 The offence was committed

February 27,





Rum Barrels Return |

then










time he came to the Court
once or twice but not for a serious

‘ | offence.

te }
| Cadogan had nine previous con-
vietions for lareeny,. The first

was on January 5, 1925, and he
the











The Hi ed the foll About 300 t barrels! W@S ordered to keep

j “j p House passe he following: ou empty rum.- barrels a . :
advice tendered by the Salaries A Bill to regulate the brewing of bec consigned to ann H. B. Kinch | Peace for 12 months, but on June
Commissioner, The provision is} A Resolution to approve the R wis ae + ee ‘arrived | 20 of the same year he appeared
considered to be sufficient to meet | and to impose certain duties thereon and Messrs. A. S. Bryden arrived waders thé Commit amninamd ees

48 al cost: tions entitled “The Motor Vehicles and yesterday by the 180-ton motor ‘ wa
the additional departmenta Suse lations, 1950" made by the Director vessel *Blue Star’ from Nassau bentenced to five years at the Gov-
woe for ochake 'aiteetit oa ide alien Te a These barrels were revurning ernment Industrial School,

i bee: effective as | of Febririry, 1950, under section 7 of tne s E s vu g ee , saa ORa i
onde th mit f July, 1950, but no| Motor Vehicles and Poad Traffie Act./ from Nassau to which port thes After that he was convicted -—
from ne ist of July, "y -aqd |} 1937 (1937-16), as amended by sections were formerly shipped with rum.! 1933, 1934, 1935, twice in 1936,
expenditure will’ be incurred | 41 sad 43 of the Department of Highways “ "Star? tak 1938 and the last in 1941 when he

inst the relative item of the «.d Transport Act, 1945, and approved The “Blue Star” has taken its. I$ and the las §
Botimat til normal legislative | and svnctioned by His Excellevey the} berth and begun to discharge, [ts so! six months hard labour for the
senettome tine. think obtained Seat Ae he TT GA Ok OP ecent de Bie kW Bias larceny of five blankets.

7 7 1950 . t
The Capital Expenditure > The House edjourned to Tuesday next
timates make provision for the | at 2.00 p.m ¥ :
Cr mk ach Kill those throbbing pains in your muscles
schemes, The Estimates break no . me li ht
new ground but they indicate that F at once! Apply Sloan’s Liniment g ly—
it is the intention of the Govern- ugar or S eeane
ment to prepare plans for th» : fee y
building of a Post Office and ex- ‘ F d
tensions to the General. Hospital. ng an
A shipment of 1,975 tons of
e Sugar is expeci*d to leave the
ho Asks island for Liverpool by steamship
ts pp | Specialist’ (4,445 tons net) on
Thursday next . : 3
uestions | The “Specialist” called here on You don’t rub in Sloan's, you dab
Monday evening to find lighters

THE Hon’ble tne Lord Bishop | #lready oer with sugar await-
at yesterday’s meeting of the!#! £ pe hte Ae
Legislative Council gave notice of ere he!
the following question:—

Will Government kindly state
when the allowances for posts of
special responsibility (ie. deputy
headmasters of Secondary Schools

its cara

Jaguar motor
it began

vierces of oranges, a
car and personal effects,
to load sugar. ‘

The “Specialist” will be sailing
for Liverpool’ via Antigua. Messrs.

etc.) will be paid at the new Da Costa & Co., Ltd., are local
rates? 2: Sam agents.
If the delay in authorising these Medias

new payments is caused by Gov-|
ernment’s consideration of the
recommendations of the Special
Committee for the creation of 12

Accident In
Roebuck St.

new senior posts in Secondary |
Schools, will Government give the| The left front fender of ihe
assurance that the creation of the; car M-818 and that of the bus

new ts will not involve the| M-1422 were extensively damaged
abolition of the special allowances | last night about 9.30 o'clock, on

referred to? Roebuck Street when the two
In relation to the 12 new posts } vehicles became involved in an

will the Government drop the} accident.

use of the word “senior” which The car is the property oi



is- 5 r Belmont Road,
has already caused much mis-| Stanley Sealy, of
waduentiog and substitute the the bus the properij, of Mr. H. A
word “special”? Tudor of the Ivy.





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Wednesday, March 1, 1950



Deserved Promotion

THE appointment of Mr. P, F. Campbell,
Acting Colonial Secretary to the post of
Assistant Chief Secretary of Tanganyika
robs this island of the services of a popular
officer but brings deserved promotion as
the reward of hard work and efficiency.

Mr. Campbell came to this colony at the
beginning of the war after serving with
the British Ministry of Food in Nigeria. At
that time the work in the Colonial Secre-
tariat had not only increased but had be-
come more intricate. There were two
reasons for this increase. War conditions
had inevitably brought issues which were
not normally experienced and there was
the necessity for greater care in taking de-
cisions by executive officers; it had also
been“abundantly clear that with the setting
up of new departments in the service there
was need for more increased executive
staff, Mr. Campbell succeeded Mr. A. R. E.
Browne.

His quiet efficiency won him the respect
of his juniors and the time soon came when
he was called upon to act as Colonial Secre-
tary. In this role he was responsible for the
introduction of government measures in
the Legislative Council. Following in the
footsteps of Mr. R. C. Stanley and Mr. J. D.
Rankine he was a diffident speaker but
there could be no mistaking the grasp
which the Acting Colonial Secretary had of
measures. On more than one occasion it
was his duty to introduce unpopular meas-
ures and without appearing as a special
pleader he brought convincing arguments
to bear. His speech on the controversia:
Petroleum Rights Bill will long be remem-
bered and it was due mainly to his con-
vincing arguments that many honourable
members who were at first opposed to the
measure gave it their support.

There have been officers in the Secre-
tariat who have captured public imagin-
ation more quickly; but hardly before has
there been an officer who quietly and un-
obtrusively won the confidence not only
of his colleagues but of the public whom
they must serve.

His promotion to the post of Assistant
Chief Secretary of Tanganyika is the re-
ward of efficient service in this island.

West Indian Police

THE holding here of a Conference of
Commissioners of Police from the British
Caribbean, tomorrow, is indication that
the need for a West Indian Police Force is
fully realised. That this Conference will be
held in Barbados is fitting tribute to an
island where the local Force maintains an
honourable long tradition of efficiency and

ene epee sR orem Se mre a



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

The English Minus
The Stuff Collar

parents and brothers and Sisters



Government In The Last

Parliament

A BRITISH GOVERNMENT remains in power
throughout an election period and resigns only in







WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1







WHEN two and a half years
back, Britain decided to pack out
of the Indo-Pakistan sub-conti-
nent, a rather unkind comment
was; “The nation of shopkeepers
has sacrificed the Empire to save
its trade.”

It may sound an unkind cut,

but the English who have stayed Then there was the case of a

By M. Ashir

House to attend the after dinner
“nautch” parties at his friend’s,
the Maharajah of Mahmudabad’s
house. This made him the most
poecles Governor the U.P. ever
ad.

to look after. With allowances anc
other facilities cut by their Gov-
ernments the average Pakistani
and Indian officers have hardly
anything left to spend in the mess.
But the regimental messes re-
capture all their past glory on big

ons—although this happens

Portfolio

the event the political purty it represents is de- |
feated at the polls. |
Government will be considerably reshuffled in the
event of the Socialist Party being returned to power
for a further five years. Composition of His Majesty’s
Government holding cabinet rank at this time is as

It is expected tha’ the Socialist



Held By Salary per Year

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Cost of Living Bony |
QUAKER CORN FLAKES ae oe Now & f
MONK & GLASS BLANC MANGE 9



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PUTCH PEAS & CARROTS—lg. Tins

behind to carry on the profession Harley Street doctor who came only occasionally when
of the pioneers of the East India out as Professor of Medicine in parties are thrown to celebrities.
Company find life much easier

large

Englishmen will he always re-

Premier & First
Lord of the



and interesting minus the brass
hat and stiff collar. :

It has been fortunate for them
that not many of their kinsmen,
who thrived in brass hats and stiff
collars stayed behind when
Britain transferred power to India
and Pakistan on August 15, 1947.
The departure of “Koi Hai’s” and
“Poonah Sahibs” made adjust-
ments easier.

The transition period had many
pitfalls and there were a few who
found it difficult to reconcile
themselves to their changed role.
For instance, there was the case
of a British Manager of an Oil
company, who would not accept
the authority of a Karachi official
to inspect his house and threw
him out. But such cases have been
too few and far between to affect
the growth of cordial relations
between Europeans and Pakistanis.

The British have nad to make
sacrifices to get along in Pakistan
and India. But these have been
minor. The first thing to be dis-
varded was their insularity. So
long as they were rulers it might
have had some advantages. In
fact there are many Pakistanis
and Indians who say that but for
their insularity, the B-itish would
have lost their Empire much
earlier.

But by and large English in-
sularity, specially in the social
field, made thern unpopular.

A few Englishmen who took
to Indian culture went the whole
hog. People of the United Pro-
vinces (India) still talk of the
social escapaties of the late Sir
Harcourt Butler, who was Gover-
nor of the Province in the early
twenties. He was an oriental of
the orientals. Sir Harcourt not
only liked Indian music and
nautch (dancing) but believed in
enjoying them in real oriental
settings. Dressed in spotless white
muslin “anga” (long coat) and
long cloth “churidars” (tight
breeches), Sir Harcourt would
daily steal through the backdoor
of the Lucknow

the King George Medical College,
Lucknow in the late thirties. He
became so interested in Hindu
philosophy that within six months
he had left the medical profession.
Since then he has been living with
the “Sadhus” in the Himalayas.
The last time I met him in Naini-
tal (a hill station in the UP.) he
was dressed in the sadhu’s
chocolate dhoti. Before I could
shoot him a question he told me,
“No, I have no regrets. I like the
life I chose.”

Now the English men (and
women) have found that being
insular may be a good thing in
little England but it becomes 4
handicap in big countries like
India and Pakistan. And the first
thing they have done is to open
their clubs to the nationals of these
countries. And they have no
regrets. The lifting of social
barriers have done good to both.

There are still quite a few “no-
changers” among the Europeans
but they are more of a liability
than asset to their tribe. They are
still holding the fort in two clubs
in ~akistan.

The Punjab Club in Lahore—
popularly known as the Pig and
Wistle—bars its doors to Pakis-
tanis. Not even on guest nights
are they admitted, In Karachi “the
last ditchers’” stronghold is the
Sind Club, No Pakistani has yet
succeeded in finding two Club
members to propose his name. But
Europeans and Americans find
ready admittance. Nobody would
have any grouse if the member-
ship of this Club was not based
on racialism. There are many €X~
clusive clubs in the country and
nobody is sore about them.

Regimental messes have suffered
by the departure of the British
Army officers. The reason is econo-
mic, rather than social habits. The
European is not the slave of the
joint family system which the
average Pakistani and Indian is
by force of circumstances. The
latter has not only to support his

membered with gratitude in th*
Indo-Pakistan sub-continent for
the games they introduced.

Indian and Pakistanis have
taken to most of the games which
the English taught them to play.
Hockey, football, tennis, basket-
ball, volleyball are all firmly
established. Cricket does not look
as exclusively a British game ‘©
the Indian and Pakistanis as i
does to the American or the Euro-
pean nations. It is as much @
national game in this sub-con-
tinent as it is in Britain or Aus-
tralia. The test matches between
England and Australia are 2
closely followed here as they are
in the other two countries. India
has its national championship
named after the great cricketer
Ranji. It is played annually on a
provincial _ basis. Pakistan, too,
has organised a national cricket
championship and also an inter-
university tournament. Both miss
no occasion to match their skill
against other cricket playing
nations on an international level.

Horse racing is as popular as
cricket. India’s big racing centres
—Caleutta, Bombay and Poona—
continue to attract large crowds.
Pakistan’s racing is developing in
Karachi and Lahore. And there
are still as many buyers of Trish
Sweepstake tickets on the Derby
as when India was part of the
British Empire.

Indians never took to yachting
which remained an exclusivel)
British pastime. And yachting
clubs have been hit hard every-
where on this sub-continent ex-
cept in cities like Bombay ana
Karachi where there are a large
number of Europeans.

Polo was badly hit when the
decision was taken to mechanise
the Army. A few Maharajas and
Nawabs kept it going for some
time. But the long years of war
appear to have permanen‘ly
crippled the sport. India has not
produced another Nawab of Bho-

Lord President of Herbert

Foreign Affairs .

Lord Privy Seal Viscount

Lord Chancellor Viscount Jowitt

Chancellor of
Duchy of Lan-
..Hugh Dalton

Home Secretary

. A. Creech Jones

Commonwealth

Secretary for

saacs oy
Appointed 1946

. Aneurin Bevan

President of the
Board of Trade

First Lord of the

Government wife and children

but has also pal in international polo.

Chancellor of the Sir Stafford

eS i Meee WE HAVE
Appointed 1945 eno ALUMINUM SINKS with D :
Ernest Bevin .. $14,000 00 ouble Drain Boards
Appointed 1945 ALUMINUM SINKS with Single Drain Boards a
‘Aunties ‘eer’ $14,000 00 ALUMINUM SINKS, 30 ins. x 18 ins, a.

. ee ee ~) $14,000 00 ENAMEL SINKS, 24 ins. x 16 ins. & 20 ins, x 14

Appointed 1947 "

Addison aM
Appointed 1947

Appointed 1945

$14,000 00
Appointed 1945
J. Chuter Ede . $14,000 00

Appointed 1945

$14,000 00
Appointed 1946
Philip Noel
Baker .. as $14,000 00
Appointed 1947

Arthur
Woodburn

Se $14,000 00}
Appointed 1947

Minister of Labor George A.

I $14,000 00

$14,000 00
Appointed 1945
Thomas

Williams $14,000 00

Appointed 1945 *

George
Tomlinson ..
Appointed 1947
J. Harold
Wilson .
Appointed 1947

$14,000 00

$14,000 00

All Cabinet ministers are Privy Councillors and
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Honourable.” mY,
Not in the Cabinet are fifteen other Ministers,

Held By Salary per Year

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Puerto Rico Eats More Mea

A conference of livestock ex-
perts began at Kent House,
Trinidad, yesterday, under the
auspices of the Caribbean Com-
mission, to study livestock prob-
lems of the Caribbean area.

This is one of the greatest and
most representative technical
conferences ever convened in the
Caribbean area. Territories re-

disease, the discussions would be
directed towards practical needs,
and the Research Branch of the
Secretariat has prepared com-
prehensive statistics. indicating
the relative importance of live-
stock in the Caribbean economy
—for example a census of live-
stock, percentage of land devoted
to pasture, additional import and

bean in meat consumption. In
1935 it consumed more than one-
half the total of imports into the
Caribbean territories, by quan-
tity. By 1946, the proportion had
reached 60 per cent.

As an indication of the relative

standard of living despite differ- |

ence in taste, Puerto Rico’s lead-








presented at the conference include export tra

de figures of livestock ing position
Tobago, Jamaica, products, comparison of the live- ratio of nationalities in the) Carib-

bean; for every one Dutch na-

is shown by the}

courtesy.

British Guiana, Leeward Islands,

stock and population resources.

There has been no official announce-
ment of the agenda for discussion but the
fact that Colonel Michelin, Commissioner
of the Barbados Police Force has been
visiting other islands in the hope of finding
a suitable site for a West Indian Police
Training School is evidence enough that the
unification of forces in the area will be a
matter of paramount importance in the
discussions.

Barbados was the first West Indian island
to organise a Police Force. It was as early
as 1834 that the first force was started and
during the intervening years Barbados has
held her place, Several changes have been
instituted in order to meet modern demands
and the reports of investigating bodies
have shown that there is nothing radically
wrong with the Barbados Police Force.

The high standards set by the Barbados
Police Force are sufficient foundation for
the building of a West Indian Police Ser-
vice. One of the greatest obstacles towards
the progress of West Indian political feder-
ation is the fact that each independent unit
is insularly sealed off by its own local ser-
vices. In the evolution of common West
Indian services, a unified West Indian, Police
Service is like so many desired associations
a pre-requisite. Ability to transfer through-
out the West Indies will give new life to the
career of a policeman whose lot in the West
Indies from the point of view of advance-
ment has been necessarily restricted to the
scope available locally. A wider police ser-
vice means a more efficient and less paro-
chial service. And the benefits to be derived
from free movement in the area are bound
to be reflected throughout the communities
served by a West Indian Police Force,

OUR READERS SAY:



Windward Islands, Barbados,
Netherlands West Indies, Suri-
nam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin
Islands of the United States,
Martinique, Guadeloupe and
French Guiana.

Six observers are attending
from the Trinidad Department
of Agriculture; two from the
Imperial College of Tropical

Agriculture, and one each from
the Agricultural Society of Trin-

idad and ‘Tobago, the Sugar
Manufacturing Assoc‘ation, and
the Veterinary Registration

joard
The Caribbean Commission has
also approved invitations to the

| Food and Agriculture Organiza-

tion of the United Nations, to the
Jamaica Livestock Association
and to the Inter-American Insti-
tute of Agricultural Sciences to
send observers.

The Agricultural Adviser to
the United Kingdom Secretary of
State for the Colonies is attend-

The Bulletin on ; é
trade, shows the great rise in
quantity and value of meats
consumed in the “Commiss.on
territories.” These figures reveal
a trend which, despite worldwide

postwar aajustments, including
inflation and devaluation, still
holds. ;

The trend is based on figures

showing that the Caribbean meat
market sold 28,552 tons in 1946,

an increase of more than 50 per
cent since 1935. These imports
were valued at $21,274,174, three

times the expenditure in 1935.
Similarly, imported dairy pro-
ducts weighed 42,615 tons in

1946, valued at nearly $21,000,000.
Volume was 40 per cent up in
the case of butter and cheese,
and 50 per cent for condensed
milk. In value, cheese and con-
densed milk cost three times the
1935 total, while butter was up

the meat tidnal ‘thefe are’four French, 12

United States, and 18 British.

Puerto Rico has all but; 25,000
of the 2,000,000 United States
citizens in the area; the rest are
in the Virgin Islands.

Other meat consumption figures
of the “Commission territories”
for 1946 were: British: 8,781 tons,

valued at $5,000,000; the Nether-| Minister of Civil

lands: 4,257 tons,
$1,750,000; and French: 2,428 tons,
valued at less than $1,000,000.

“The Caribbean export trade
in meat is stillyiq itsmfancy,” Mr.
Cramer has* quoted the trade
bulletin as saying. The data were
compiled to “indicate the scope
for increased local production
and even for exports to neigh-
bouring markets, in the case of
those territories where all the
requisite factors for such an
orientation of the economy are
to be found.”



valued at}



Minister of State

Minister of State

Minister of Pen-



Appointed 1948

Wilfred Paling $14,000 00

Appointed 1947

Charles W. Key $14,000 00

Appointed i947

$ 8,400 00
$ 8,400 00

Earl of Listowel
Appointed 1948
Hector McNeil
Appointed 1946

H. A. Marquand $ 8,400 00





Admiralty Viscount Hall .. $14,000 00 8c. PE
Appointed 1945 m BAR
Secretary of Emanuel } ’
State for War Shinwell .. $14,000 00 Terry’s Almond Dessert Chocolate
Appointed 1947 4 OZ, BAR — 28c.
Secretary of Arthur
State for Air . Henderson . $14,000 00 Terry’s Devon Milk Chocolate
Appointed 1947 4 OZ. BAR — 29¢.
Alfred Barnes $14,000 00 ‘ 3
Altred | Barnes \} STANSFELD SCOTT & CO., LTD.
Minister of Food John Strachey $14,000 00 4
Appointed 1946 3
Minister of Town “ a ae
Lewis Silkin .. $14,000 00
Appointed 1945 {
Minister of Na-
tional Insur-
ance... .. James Griffiths | $14,000 00
Appointed 1945
Minister of Sup-
ply and of Air-
eraft Produc-
George R.
Strauss ie $14,000 00
Appointed 1947 a
Minister of Fuel * : Fe
Hugh Gaitskell $14,000 00, a
Appointed 1947 with Attractive i
ig
Lord Pakenham $14,000 00 $ re

Curtains

and

so

Dwapes

from our Big Selection

hs

ing the conference.
In preparation for this confer-

24 times.
The most

important item in
the meat trade is dried,

As for dairy products, wide
salted, variations in consumption were

Appointed 1948

Law officers of the Crown also are members of

the Government, as follows:




of CRETONNES and

cnee, two extensive studies of
the import and export trade in
various livestock products have
recently been published by the
Research Branch of the Central
Secretariat.





These studies show that con-
sumption of meat and dairy
products has increased enorm~
ously since before World War Il,
but still remain comparatively
low. Also the sharp differences

onies were outlined.

Just as the two recent “Ex-
ternal Trade Bulletins” were re-
garded as basic steps to the study
of the problem, the conference
is regarded as the indispensable
next step.

Mr. Cramer has emphasised
that, while, by its very nature,
the conference would deal with
the technical aspect of livestock
such as breeding, nutrition and
——

je: consumption as between col-

shown.

The complexity, rather

and pickled meat; it accounts for
more than one-half the total in
volume and 45 per cent the ex-

penditure.

Puerto Rico, low though that
United States territory’s standard
of living may be in relation to
by far

far leads the rest of the Carib-

that of the mainland,

than a trend, is indicated by a
factor typical of the variety: the
British West Indies paid less
than twice as much for cheese in
1947 as they did in 1935; but in
that time the United States ter-
ritories increased their purchases
fivefold.

Attorney General

Lord Advocate ..

Solicitor General

——





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stated, “like the
expansion of local production of
in Puerto Rico, consti-
tutes one of the achievements in
the past, as well as one of the | First Lord

to the programme
Caribbean industrialisation.”

The Community

To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—I always felt that the
Barbados Electric Corporation is
charging too much for electricity
per unit, as compared with Trini-
dad and other places, and a few
persons from time to time have
written to the Press about it. But
now that the searchlight of
philosophy is turned on by Mr.
R. E. Smythies in his two illu-
minating articles in the “Advocate”
J am more convinced than ever
This gentleman claims to have
35 years experience as an Elec-
trical Engineer, and has worked
with big electrical companies in
large countries, surely he oug?:’

to know what he is talking about,

be taken immediately to go into
the whole affair of the company
with a view of securing better
service and lower rates in the
interest of the Community.

It must be remembered that
this company has a monopoly,
and as such it owes a duty to the
consumers; reasonable people will
be satisfied to be inconvenienced
for a few days, but not for six
weeks. I personally feel that the
community owe a debt of grati-
tude to Mr. Smythies for the light
he has thrown on the subject.

J. A. MARTINEAU.

Blindfold
To The Editor, The Advocate,

his place. Remember England in
the West Indies and the West
Indies in India. The fit and pro-
per person to fill that role should
have been one of the following:
Kentish, Trim or King.

Secondly, the. selection of the
newcomer Ramadhin: What has
he done to gain selection? Got
Rickards out on three occasions?
What and where was he before
the weak, scratchy Jamaica team
played at Trinidad. Fine young
blood should be given a chance.
but consider (young men at that
stage) such as Jim Parris, Gan-
teaume, Carew, Tangchoon, who
performed well time and again
yet failed to catch the selectors’

should be held by R. Legall of
Barbados but who is now domi-
ciled in Trinidad. The Trinidad
selectors did not see fit to play
him for the Intercolonial tourney
against Jamaica, because in their
hearts they knew he would have
been a dead cert, and would have
displaced Ganteaume or Guillen,
both of whom failed to gain selec-
tion. We shall look forward to
the West Indies suffering greatly
for the mistakes made erroneously
and glaringly by our blindfolded
selectors. :
o. Fh
Spanish
To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Sometime ago the Direc-

Tbe most significant dairy de-
velopment, according to the Trade
was the
import of condensed
milk since a condensary had been
established in that island.

“This development,” the bul-| house known as Chequers, in Berkshire. Ernest
similar | Bevin as Foreign Secretary has an official apart-
ment in Carlton House Terrace, London. A. V.
Alexander as Minister of Defense has an apartment
in the Admiralty Building, shared with Admiralty
Viscount Hall. Chancellor of the Exche-

reduction of

Downing Street,



Solicitor General
for Scotland ..

Held By Salary per Year
Sir Hartley W.
Shaweross.. $14,000 00
Appointed 1945 (plus fees)
John Wheatley $14,000 00

Appointed 1947

Sir Frank

Soskice ‘ $11,200 00
Appointed 1945 (plus fees)
Douglas

Johnstone $ 5,600 00

Appointed 1947 |

Premier Attlee has an official residence at No. 10,

London, and an official country

the future, with | quer Cripps nas an official residence at No. 11
of

Downing Street,

Too many students reach pro-
ficiency. in Spanish Grammar—I
unfortunately am numbered
among them—to find no further
use for their knowledge, where-
as there is no harm in all West
Indians being bi-lingual, testify-
ing at once our political ties and
our geographical situation; for in
reality. the Caribbean can be
described as a Spanish sea.

Perhaps your readers would be
interested in knowing what son®
competent observers abroad think
of our educational set-up.

I have been in correspondence
with a triend in Panama who
loves Barbados and who knows



and if his statements are in-

correct, it is the duty of the



sfute them can anyone agree ai
‘ has surveyed the With the selection of Lance Pierre mere chance batsman, his place in Posal, and it is, I believe, now ok we
Ww field of the working of the 25 one of the pace bowlers. Pierre the team could only be valid as left in abeyance ae teed
{ ation pointing it defects cannot even stand up to the inter- a stumper, which he is not, with But in these days when we are ors
: ré i 4 islands tour » matches of five such batsmen as Weekes, Worrell), striving towards West Indian eee comurel
: = = = p.. a ork weed Gomez, Rae, pee notwithstanding our at- Latin Ame .
1007 the Governor .has wide™fame gt that; think of the strenu- ber will’ he’ be gol what num- tempt, though futile, to encour intercourse-
. ro ooo Os ae oe 4 € pe soc en el vd * at n to bat? age Venezuelan tourists here, a ercourse
sons to investigate the affairs of sure the Man mes a ill p} Bs jor cane a of a practical knowledge of Spanish by He writes inter ali
- “ .& ere i earn ee Ee a eel . _ pie :S 4 arn! A team with more than a mere few would be to be very hopet
4 layer ta no sub stumpers, this position desirable that the Dir at I
that the rector

SIR,—Allow me to comment or
the selection of players to repre-
Management of the Electric Cor- Sent the West Indies in England,
Firstly how



eyes to make a
Country. The



ly his godfather. the
Third and last, K. Trestrail a bas been said

trip to the Mother pack Education :
esire to have Spanish taught in

Elementary

selectors are sure

expressed his

Schools. Much
against the pro-







the disadvantages ignorance
Spanish has caused to West In-
dians who travel in the countries

and who appreciates
consequences



London. Various other ministers

have apartments in their official office buildings.



Owes A Debt Of Gratitude To Mr. Smythies

proposed the teaching of Spanish
in Elementary Schools but my
hopes fell when news reached me
that your hard-working, well-
meaning, but alas, insular and
vbenighted, school teachers were
trying to upset the apple-cart....
it is my firm conviction that the
inhabitants of the B.W.I. should
all be bi-lingual, their second
language being Spanish.
“Although Barbados is probably
proud of its Erdiston, I am not.
I have always been strongly in
favour of having your teachers
trained overseas, as the only way
of breaking down their died-in-

the-wood conservatism and broad- |

ening their outlook, in the hope
that they would be able to pass

it on to their charges, and finally |

help a new generation to emerge
that realizes that Barbados is not
the centre of the world and civil-
ization, and that it is not the
fault of the rest of the world that
the island has been described

ther aptly 1 Museun

LOUIS R. CYRUS

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Fe te inate heasaecateectetnabanasiatinateaetataitasianisntitiiilaiteiniaaiaici, eematneenaneeanee
certain too that the cost of run- con‘inue to be spent subsidising! made to the Colonial Developmen
ning it would increase. Then in «an.inefficient industry. Corporation... An approach
view of the fact that it would be Giving other reasons made to them as soon as the repor

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when the re OT wa
t

believed if Mr
been

written. He
Brannam. hadi
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why he










here now he would

e " a government concern, there did not think the scheme would was published, but they had saic | modified what he had written z
te - would have to be provision for be a success, Mr, Chandler men- that they were not at the momen'!| He had gathered from conver- Your dealer
Bi sO Uu 10n or oO er n ustr pensions and gratuities and. all tioned the-absence of a large home interested in the scheme. Not at] sation with him, that there were ‘

| e : the other payments. that Govern- or Caribbean market. He recalled ‘he time because of any doubts a } craftsmen here who, with train- Your Hotel
- i thee uaa to pay. Next point was Government’s experience with the to whether or ‘not it would be : | ing, and not very long training, YX Club

# jslative Council yesver- «9,000 represented working capi- He formall ne that no new machinery put down Railway, Saying that the very business proposition, though hc] would be capable of excelient our a
5 Se ee onsideration of a Res~ “tal, ma ¥ moved the postpone- worked 100 Per cent. efficiently people .whom Government was was not Suggesting that they ex | work. He believed the hon. Mr.| will
Bas ee? $70,000 for expanding The decision at present was that Hon’ble G ‘ straight off. They would find that trying to assist by starting the pected it would be. The reason Hutson would probably bear him|
ee ent experimental pot- taere was at Lancaster, machinery Mr. Ey ly "; DL. Pile seconded more money would be needed to railway were the first who refused they had expressed themselves a: | out in this view.
4 pe Govern” at Lancaster. ‘he which was put up for experimen- saig td cornet though he correct this or enlarge that. That to pay the rates saying they could hot being interested, was that i The actual number of people wer.
Be 5. Resonance M8 Was alo Some Henman GONG 2 reenact oe aces oak, ea preisted that the Chaiky hous Would Rave toed Sateretog | {2.be employed au set out Re vou
od py Mr. J. R. Bri still being car ae This was right to move postponement unti] “°2&™e, im his opinion. predic at the Chalky Mourt s wt

4 in the light of advice

and was in fact

they had seen

He did not believe that $70,000 nweople would be the firsi were on a bigger scale.





Brannam's report was 42, but he



a ieee ‘ Shel 4 i \oO snap was afraid he could not say ex- F ‘
0 rding the commercial prov iding articles of pottery which Committee ogy short of the would meet the smal] scheme or their fingers at the Government as As regards the remark made by] actly what was the number to
gret Teer the pottery indus- were being sold, and not at a loss. sore tee: ue would be that $144,000 would meet the far as the Pottery Scheme was the hon. Mr, Evelyn as te be employed under the modified
gpilities i ia 4 was now proposed to engage 16 establish . oe Bai large scheme which Mr. Pile concerned. whether or not the advice of the scheme. — ’
> oo estion of the Hon’ble a ceramist and put in some plant in the island. Stry seemed to think would be wiser He felt that the scheme was Fimancial Secretary had beer The real object of the scheme ’ *
fe ely, further consid- capable of Producing articles should oe oe they to follow. uneconomical, and he was not obtained, he would say that thit}as set out in Holland’s Finest Beer
b of the Resolution was which Mr. Brannam was satisfied Y effort to

F terday in order that
“ a ight study the report

could _be produced on a profitable
commercial basis here.

establish local industries that had

any possibility of success.

:oing to vote for it, he said, and

Practical Proposition
er repeated his suggestion that C Dc.

In addition to all thase doubts,

had been but as he had said before
he did not think he was at Tiberi)




report was to test out and to give
a fair test on two of the proposals

the committee's

Agents
ROBERT TKOM LTD.





- a sacedieli , thes’ aa He did‘not agrée with Mr. Eve- there was a doubt about fuel. should be approached ‘and asked ii to inform the Council one 2) 4 with the minimum expenditure
: ittee who ene aon then day he had had a lyn’s query about the Finaneis! They had natural gas in the they would take ‘it on, or the other of the advice thai} and the minimum risk. It did Phone 2229
Wee yernment on vne set-up taniter a ee hey a Secretary, because he did not the island. How long would it a Acting Colonial Secretary a i ee Government officet | fail, he did not know what the ===
: : s > island who h i 7 ane : ; id replying, s . i i ives to Government. e
F ; Addendum to the Reso- taken an interest in the possibill: think that the report of the Com- last? Mr. Coppin had said he did replying, said that he certainly did gives a ent






maximum loss would be but _it

a r mittee was one which any finan. not see why it should not last for not propose to oppose the motion As regards the doubts that ha | would not be very great
the : ity of developing a market j he cis ee onan i bo & ’
js stated: y in the cial man would pass. The reason 30 years. Mr. Brannam on page elthough he hoped it would bo been expressed by the hon, Mr Furthe iscussi ,
nit be recalled that Mr. United States for locally produced why it had been sent d ’ nM 18 of the R t had said that possible to resume consideratiun Hutson and the hon, Mr. Chand- t her discussion was then
as employed under a handicrafts. This visitor had form of the resoluti i Sean tee Brag ely of the matter at the very earliest ler as to the $70,000, bein; | PS vere
a yevelopmen: and Welfare made considerable inquiries, Such vidual” Wo gihat Such a factory using natural gas y ¥: ee

i ort on a proposed
a ag industry jn Barba~
report, which was laid

he House of Assembly and
five Council, oo —
j i and other condi-
Bee cen be provided for
eaanufacture of the following

inquiries as he had made had in-
dicated to him that there were
very real possibilities for develop-
ing an export trade in handicrafts
such as pottery, furniture, basket
work, turtle shell, ete,

It was a coincident, said the
Acting Colonial Secretary, and he
did not want to Suggest that ne-

no private individual would be
Willing to take it on. That, how-
ever, did not militate against his
Support of the scheme.

He like Mr, Hutson was won-
dering whether they had gone
too far, and whether they were
not cutting down the scheme to
such an extent as would militate
against its success,

for firing and electric power from
the present Government factory
at Lancaster, or from elsewhere
at Id. per unit would be a prac-
tical proposition. Members of
the Executive would know that
to-day Government paid 2.91
cents per unit for pumping water
—bulk purchase of electric pow-

date; because if it was decided
that the scheme should be pro-
ceeded with—and he supposed
there was no question about that-—
it was desirable to take early
action to engage someone to come
to the island and see after :h:»
running of it.

Few Comments

enough to give the scheme a fail
chance,
this be left for hon: members tc
study and consider in the inter-
val before discussion be resumec
on the matter.
Misunderstanding

He thought there might ‘iay

been some misunderstanding the

he would suggest thai













eee etn en eae a as” as
POULTRY FEEDS
OF ALL KINDS



le . cessarily t , i ss er. He did not know how Mr. He would like t a 5 » the scheme was merely for th

siding bricks, na ¢ Saale rot hy “Tae ‘ ye ble J. D, Chandler said he Brannam expected that a pottery comments psa on ee benefit of the existing potters a || by

pllow blocks. easy to export pottery because of ment rection to the postpone factory would get electric power postponed, however. The hon, Mr Chalky Mount. It was not th: i
ing tiles, its fragile nature and freight diffi- felt thee Seren Je masa here cheaper. He had mentioned that Chandler had asked why it was Question of benefit to uote: oa oo
~ ra cotta ware, Culties, but it was one of the local be aie ane, hink thegrmation; to show that the cost would be that Government had sent down ters so much, it was the estab from... .
ee len " handicrafts which would get a the ng eyes that reading very much higher than was esti- this Resolution for £15,000; lishment of a pottery industry 0» . IL. Jason Jones |
Ee eokery, ; rey reasonable demand in the port oa ae nies chats ha ~ae. ; ed to have Whether it was merely because @ proper basis. & Co. Ltd.
ing bricks.” Collar areas. He then begged to views. overnment seem

m drew attention to
ieee possibilities of finane-
manufacture of pottery
an estimate of the capital
sof a factory capable of pro~
ae the minimum economic

‘No Private Capital
‘Committee appointed by His
the Governor-in-Ex-
Committee to consider vhe
meial prospects of establish-

@ clay-working industry ad-
W that it was unlikely that
se capi'al would be attracted
tment in the clay-working
and that if a dlay-work-

us was vo be started it
depend on the Government
iting Colonial Secretary
hat it was only a matter of
six weeks ago inat he had
min the Council that they

move that the Council concur in
the Resolution,

Hon'ble F. C. Hutson seconding
the motion for concurrence in the
resolution called it an effort to
help solve the island’s unemploy-
ment problem. They had been
told recently that the experiment
was a gamble, but in his opinion
it was a gamble that they should
take.

Main Reason

His main reason for supporting
the resolution was that the scheme
would provide work for local peo-
ple, and he thought that the suc-
cess of the scheme depended to a
large extent on the people them-
selves. Mr. Brannam in his re-
port had referred to the mentality
of the people who had been in the
pottery craft for generations, and
from personal experience he could
Support Mr, Brannam’s views,

He saw very little merit
in the resolution.
Only $5,000 ?

In the estimates for the preseat
financial year, $9,800 had been vot-
ed to carry on the scheme to March
31, with the understanding that
that amount would be refunded
to the Barbados Treasury by
Colonial Development and Welfare.
Only about a month ago that
Chamber had passed a resolution
for $5,000 to carry out the experi-
mental scheme temporarily.

When he had voted that $5,000
he understood from the addendum
to the resolution that the sum
asked for was to enable the fac-
tory to fulfill certain orders for
pottery, and that the sum would
be refunded out of the proceeds
of the sale. For that reason he
felt that the Council had not by
any previous vote pledged itself

‘hey did not have the nerve to
send it down for £30,000. Mr
Chandler had also asked whether
Government were leading them
up a garden path or was putting
down a bait for $70,000 so as to
get bigger game later on.

The Acting Colonial Secretary
said: “I will give the answer in
one sentence. The reason tha
Government have sent down this
Resolution for $70,000, is because
the amount is suggested by the
committee who have advised the
Government what to do. That is
the short answer to the question.
There is no question of cold feet
or anything else,”

The other question which the
hon, Mr. Chandler had asked, wos
whether any approach had been
—geeenniaemtna

——

Mr. Brannam in his report hac
expressed doubts, as the hon. Mr
Chandler had pointed out, as t
the craftsmen from Chalky Mour
being sufficiently competent t
produce good articles. That wa:

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grave doubt as to the merits of
the scheme, for they seemed io
be afraid to come for the $144,000
at one time, and were trying to
get half now, hoping that mem-
bers would be led up the garden
path.

He would like to ask the Act-
ing Colonial Secretary if £30,000
was to find employment for 42
people, how many people would be
employed with the expenditure
of half that amount. He wouid
guess it at 30 people. If they sank
£15,000 on 30 individuals that
would be £500 pe: individual.

The plea for the passing of the
money was that it would employ
local labour, Mr. Chandler said,
and then referred to the Vieux
Fo t scheme. He would not sit
there and vote for a miniature
Vieux Fort scheme, he said.

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ina Resolution to provide | There were ,people who had to vote additional funds, and As regards the employment o: alert . Applications are invited from th
fo enable the pottery in- been working in the craft who the-efore the ve "erie local labour, Mr. Brannam after following far a tournament.
: st oad el were accus rork ac , for $70,000 stood on its own ] cia le , take place at the Modern Hig!
y to continue on the presént wise, nd’ ho eee 7 re mer ts They had to decide speaking of the TeneeEnen en of School Stadium on Wednesda :
s » anc R 0 pe +Herits, ‘ : . “he ; nm otters hn 15th and Thursday 16th March
honourable members were amenable to factory hours and whether it warranted the expend- sciitaa his ot ited se enentisa \ . - FOR BRIGHT AND
‘ 7 ny scinline ™h- sat i . ¢ 5 s a) Elementary Schools in thy
. J. R. Brannam was factory discipline. “That was a iture of that sum. a mere proved un ps Ak soe
Hire years aso to come difiulty which Government “Mn Beans on Powe, gti ae, thay ode Gaaiey aan pg HEALTHY HOMES
under a research scheme Would come up against when the his report had suggested four = more European throwers as Championships
d. by Development and scheme was started. _, methods of setting up the eo tan foreman potters and instrucJors (b) Elementary Schools in (h
to investigate the possi- There was one thing on which and one of them was asking the If they entered the pottery Gountey ‘area for that ha;
f of establishing a pottery he wanted to inquire; Mr. Bran- Colonial Development Corporation 7m ae were pledging to Blementary School Cham
fy in the island. As the nam had asked for £20,000. After to sponsor the scheme. He want- scheme, they D pionships

fable Mr. Pile had reminded
time, it was due in large
the suggestion of Barbados
ire Limited vhat Mr, Brannam

deducting the cost of the Expert
himself and the working capital,
it would be reduced from £20,000
to $31,600. Would that amount be

ed to know whether the Govern-
ment had approached the Colonial
Development Corporation and
asked them to run the scheme.







spend $24,000 on the Head of thac
Department to employ him for
three years. They could not then
scrap the scheme after 12 months.

(ce) All Secondary Schools for th
Secondary Schools Champioo
ships in every division



; . ° (d) All Novices—i.e. those whi
dertaken that investigation. Sufficient to give the scheme a jf they had not been approached, If the whole idea a: ~ sonrees have never taken “part
h bee i the fair chance, or would they have ; ul Ss est that Government was to emply loca a our, . any contest, amateur or pro
Teport had been in the ae he would sugge hen have to decide eithe: fessional,
‘of members for the past to reduce the plant or building do so. would then

} He had recommended the

Ament of an indusiry at an
aed expenditure of £20,000,
Government before deciding
Sreport, invited two promi-
busingssmen, Mr. A. S§S.
Mand|Mr. D. G, Leacock,
| President of the Chamber
Mmerce, and also Mr. C, A,

ri i : : , i ; » Iky Moun
the Government Analyst, 80ne very fully into that report, not consider putting his money believed that the Chalky On Sale at
mt to Government on the and it would be much more satis- ! pili: venture to get four potters, working on their own : ‘ ; ‘
B aspect of the proposal. factory for members to read the ee Oe erees He would would undersell the Srvseunm, KNIGHT’S DRUG STORES with and without p4ppora
é ae, that this report Teport for themselves. eb, in a well established busi- and the taxpayers’ money woula } =
amatter of only a few , The terms of that report as read i — —

lad no’ been made avail-
the Council. It had certain-
i been withheld for any

son, and in fact until,

Herred to his papers, he
Tealised that honourable
Bhad not received a copy

=“
No Justification
what the report stated,
committee did not
Was any justifica-
moment for undertak-
me on the basis recom-
iby Mr. Brannam.
Which Mr. Brannam had
fatd in his report were
ad in light of subsequent
ee, taking the estimate
6*40,000 to £30,000, vhis
® #80 for working capital.
mimittee based their recom-
â„¢ Very largely on. the
@ of the export trade.
sacting Colonial Secretary
vs d to the points made
mmmittee’s report in this
yo in which they pointed
a Breates' weakness put
Mr. Brannam’s report

Space so as to
started?
Hon’ble G. B. Evelyn said he
would move the postponement of
further consideration until they
had had an Opportunity of seeing
the report of the Committee which
had advised the Government, The
Acting Colonial Secretary had

get the scheme

by the Acting Colonial Secretary
were not very favourable to the
scheme,

Mr. Evelyn asked whether the
scheme had been referred to the
Financial Secretary and if so,
whether he had recommended it.

rr
a

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The scheme would not attract
private enterprise, because even
Mr. Brannam had’ said that it
might not yield more than four
per cent. In these days of heavy
taxation and not very much en-
couragement from Government
the individual who wanted to
start a private enterprise would

ness with reserves already built

up. re

s far as Mr. Brannam’s esti-
x .. was concerned Mr. Chand-
ler expressed doubt that a factory
could be properly equipped in
these days with £30,000. He was



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ARITHMETIC?

your HAPPINESS

our WORRIES

mes, Was that it was .
Yo loo large an extent Multiply your KNOWLEDGE
r€xport trade.

mittee had not recom-
t Government should
’ Proceed with vhe full
hat they did say, was

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to start the scheme and continuc thanks
it with local labour or not to start
it at all.

The only other course that they
could adopt would be to employ
people from other parts of thc
island and leave out the Chalky
Mount people if they proved un
suitable, If they did that, he

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sian PAGE SEVEN
<= en tessa eebnaennsngne shee A ceanynaneeneNNNNENLLAiidh
a. | Pp ’ bi . * —————————————————
CLASSIF ED ADS | Lit SALES ‘Canadian National St ships
a | eamships
Se FS ey ——=====
— —_ ——- i : The Sch. PHILIP If. DAVIDSON
{ AUCTION : ne a se will accept Cargo and Parsenger ;
} ee fea , sailing Saturday 4th
s FO a s Sails Sat's Sails Atrives © Mareh, 1950.
} OATCAKE” 5 y ‘0 > ~ .
pa T RENT jdiment). "Te be sold at ‘Rictisn soem! Sen Mali..x Boston —_ Barbados : The M.V. DAERWOOD will
———— Week Sun | Teserve to the highest ae accept Cargo and Passengers for
n ison Paddo. 8 bidder st Garri aa
| exoUNCEMENTS $1.00 1.20) HOUSES March ane ot * Bim. on Satirday wry sth feb. Sth Fee oth Ma St. Iaicla, St. Vincent, Grenachi,
|gNnoun’ 7 | March 4th Aruba, date of sailing will be
: Inspection at th, i’ 9) aap ’ 6 given’
per word CORAL SANDS: worth at the paddock invited wath LOLA Faw —- 20th Mar r
SALE furnished Flat with River “and Lie 1.3.00 is isk ar Mer. th ape
i ny re irther pérvt: ie . : " mccoy aintemnenes | neten épr Apr 23rd Apr 2th A
RENT cahley feulars Dial ies By instructions of the Insurance Con i Ta Carlsle Wa Wh Mey = iSth 1 Ay i7th May 26th ‘ Bus pt
ie 2n ae sell on PRIDAY ara. at COUR-} iy ist xv 3rd June Rh. 4th June inth
FLATS furntabed with i r SY GARAGE. White Park one FORD) IN PORT: Sch. Lochnivar S Se Pergetron,. froma Nuskau; Agents; A R 3th Moy trad Subs Sth ‘Ju ath June 13*)
‘FOUND per word / | &Tator and linen at . strig- | V-8 converted into a PICK UP \V,N/| Motion Belle Wolfe, Schooner D*Ortac, 1 ria, Seq.
jmum charge . 48 CC} Dial a364. 13. orthing, | Damaged by fire Yecht Leander, Seh. Manuata, Sch
pin nee evi * Cash. R. ARCHER McKENzin,| Adi Mac, Sch. Zita Wonita, Schone DEPARTURES NQRTAROUND Baroados Bake, Ames Artives Arrives arrives
SALES MODERN BUNGALOW - Avetlosieer Mera Henrietta, Sch. United Pogron : Barbados Poston St John Halifax Mortres}
pub | Read, St. Michael, Deawis Dees ~ 1-3-50-8n, | S00 MM. Tannis, Sch Laudalpna, Son. Havel Scott, o9 tons net, Capt LADY
i> REAL Res m8, panty ine wing Dining, | Sachannitip H. Davidson, Aux. Sch. MarksMatks, for St. Vincent: Ageste: ath Mar. Mar 15th Mar. 18th Mar a
AUCTION A Gonveniences. Spacious yard Dat | , BY instructions trom Me > Jemmox | Ca@halot, M_ V.*Lady Joy, S.S. Speci... Schooner Owners* . Wh Ape ee ae a es Y
' 2104. yard. 2104. | 1 will offer for Sale by Pub! , ist, Yacht Serva La Bari S.S. Thirlby, 424? tons IMth Avr 28th Apr. —— Wh Apr. 3rd Ma
per agate line 20.2.50—2n | on Thursday next the ma monet? ARRIVALS Eves,for Trinidad; Robert May 17th —— 0th Mar. 22~4
REuATCAt “Hiam™ Kennel won glock on the Spot at Mile oat at i | MLV. Btue Star, 130 tons net, Cant 1 pom 38th = Be due. Sats one
Road—Front v rn, NewS his new house whi . a ral he ant ae tae ee
ORE SUR, ning water nce 04 | 8 ean painted’ ana hee we'sae't<”| iN TOUCH WITH BARRADOS COAST STATION a oo ar
DIED Toilet, Bath, ‘Also water, Kitchenette, cen. front house 18x10, back 92x19. cher | ee
. Garage, Phone 2062 8 and kitchen. Id suited as a ; . ar
-3.50— aS @ sea Cabte and Wireicss (resi indies) Ltd. tania, $8, Alea Ch c : y
; WINIFRED EUGENE, yos-! — a | Bicacny, inebection aa Gay" on ap" | advice that’ they'cas Sow communes Nueva Beparta, SS. Ove : ‘Gn (—<_ =
h at her eae Bayerurt; Kine Me eee LIME WORKS—Apoly tiew be Kony i Dy All — ek | with the following ships through their Herons Bridge, SS. jonian . Ss.
gg SES ee ae ee OE | ee ee ee nn Bose Buttalo, 88 AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Agents.
eek this afternoon for the Pilgrim | Soper Aykem SS. Los Angles, SS. Ushli, $-S. bal, 8.8. Marques
, Church, Carrington’s Viiiage,| toe houses furnished and U Sunray, S.S, Clister, SS. Brazil, S. Clara, $8,
p Uplintence to the Westbury Come. ynivenished, available at Maxwell Corsi. NDER THE SILVER HAMMER | palantia, SS. Detoro! SS. Atlantic Voy- lis, SS. 8
Friends are invited on long lease, or monthly ON THURSD. age>, M/V Southern District, S.S. Strix, Ariving, SS
. . (Father), Aleth Delaney | [f"â„¢". for further partirulare apply to| W. J Sen and. py order of Rev, | ss. Everett, S.S. Poseidon, S.s S.S. Glo Ini
Se em, Ruby, Muriel, (Siners,| Ro'rh A. ) Hardwood Alley. Phone | appoinimenet Sat Mitton Pwo hanes | Adelaide, SS) ALG, SB. Unieey, Sts Rodney. SS.
Clarence wy (Brothers), i ath 9. 80S oan sion Dining Table, | lialia, S.S. Apache Canyon, S.S. White SS. Mormackite,
White (Niece). PONNIE DUNDRE bright Chairs, Rocker, Settee, Orm.x-} Clover, S.S. Regent Hawk, S.S. Lia, Marion Moran, SS. deen gencenctieneetiton
Gap, fully furnistea a yh Lawrence pet Tables, Morris Chairs and Cushions,| S.S. Amastra, S.S. Powel River, S.S. of New York,
May and June. Apply B.C Bee | ant ees, Tea Trolley all in Mahog. | Erodona, SS. Regent Leopard, SS. wentdate, SS OUTWARD FROM TIE UNITED KINGDOM it
THANKS Dundee, St. Lawrence. Dial Sato owe Table in Pine, Gl se Se ee a ee ence A ' i POPULAR
. o ass China, Electric
4.2.50-t.f.n. | Ploor and Table Lamps, © rpet Due
YERS' Family begs to thank Rugs, Pi » Cai 9x 12. ( (as Hi
Bee eat he oceans! | of RNID BUNCALOWOn Garg |haeti "SOutbieâ„¢ gH Meme ge vent From Leaves arbados. |i} Cannon Gas Hotplates
pathy to them on the occasion 0’ ‘or. Fxcellent secluded position. DIXON end Screen, Public Address System . —_ with —
Gean of VESTA LLEWELLYN} 5 BLADON, Plantatichs — BAlldine sisting of one Microphone sva 2 Loud “CUSTODIAN” :.» Lendon wth Feb. 27th Feb. i > 3 BOMING BURNERS
oe. eentne Ried. | me 1.$.50—3n. | Speakers, Hallicrafters Radio, - Philes SS. “TACTICIAN” +» Liverpool 17th Feb. 4th Mar. |} 3 | GRILL BURNER & PAN {yj
1.3.50—In reheat Worthing-on-sea. Fully fur-|3 years) - Tron Beane font S.S. “LLOYDCREST” -» Lendon 25th Feb. 18th Mar, © Ten =o pr ret vecas FINES
I March n< & Gas installed. From | Springs, Single & Bourne re nord wee Cheam
thank all persons why | 1": March. Apply § : a le n Bedsteads HOMEWARD FOR at Gas Showroom, Ba:
esa ire tuneral, "sent wreath:,| 2978 ae ee fae and Press” in Pisce ey Cents Dresest RREMIVALS by B.W.1.A.L ee Sele: ee ~ UNITED KINGDOM.
. ther way ex- = Ches: . [ ARRIVALS—B WwW. vee wy Vessel.
oan their’ comnataey o- an on behalf Play Pen, Tove Bisre gawollen, Scales! From Trinidad—Abdoot Khan, Noor| Fer BRITISH GUTANA.... Roe For Closes in Burbados
‘Pre death of our loving father FITZ PURI w Prem, High Chair &e Sc Finotench; | Gairai, Banwart Bood-Hoo, Mata Beoac] Mr. Norman Wight, Miss Doreen
a YEARWOOD, who died on , OTICKS |: Lamp, Mier. Ban, Wot Penta | Hoo, Deorm Wendie Rane aoe: ee ee ee teen: ak enna” ‘ Liverpool 27th Feb,
Bs 1950 and was buried on Feb. | Stove, Mix Master, Kitches | #9. Bissoonla Bood-Hoo, Bipah Bood- Gambereetch, Mae Wilton Angos, Mstr.
saith Yearwood, (wife), Oliver,| 20 °#S!y earned by obtaining orders Ee Rressure Cooker, Ironing Board, | a ee ete soty Maeno ae Dave Angoy, Mrs. Marguerita ‘Angov.| For further information epply to
, Edith Yearwood, , , for private C Maer s breakfast Table and Chairs ana | 400, Aubrey Thornhill’ Lorna Hill mn Y, Archibald Barbour, TAY
soap. ee ae ee vour friends. No’ ae Cards ct many other items. Sale H.90 o'clock ee Blades, David Pursey, ae See. Lepvoen atte: Miss Lynne Joha- DA COSTA & co,, LTT ~Agents. ebbtdens iaaten i.e s sizes
ingsto: ‘earwe § > previo experienc: Terms Cash. . johnson, Mrs. Yvenn : .
: , (daughter). necessary: Write y he aa son, Miss Kaye Ji . : " L SOAP 1% (Neko
— 1.3.50 Sample Rook to Bitters ee! free] ne. TROTMAN & Evelyn Quechee Meee. Tehnson, Mr Donald Johnson, Nise ————— CUTICURA SOAP
Fitain’s largest and N & CO SiLYD Quashie, William Miller, Mary! giiesbeth Mcarthy-O'Leary, Rev. Penos sea o
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tam ng| Some tre tia * P| Sa Sod tte te "| AEE NOTICE » SER TRANGATRANTIQUE [ih SG Bele tiie vo0s
ving me! of our dear mother ; 5 re ee ; a : 1. COMPO
wit aick-cenie: atear' REAL ESTATE | , trom La Guaira—Emest Muller, Marte FRENCH LINE MENNEN BABY POWDER
L } ter, Lord Manton, Lady Manton, JONNS LOTTO:
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called her to Eternal Pest } om Sugar Hill to Union, is oced | oy Donald, Cyril Hodge, Miss Mary Mc WT basil, clk < April 4th { 4% d
e Cuthbert, John Babb.. (Sons).| {“" Tepairs until further notice, LAND at Amity Lodge, Worthings. | Donald, Mrs, Bima McDonald, Brig. } “GASCOGNE” ....... April 19th April 26th
oe Doreas, Miriam Babb, (Daught-rs) | By order of (Christ Church, 17 house spots varying | Charles McCarthy, Mrs. Patricia” Me “MISR” ? ; ( CARLTON BROW
th, Doreas, » (Daud The Commissioners of Wishes. | , ‘ 3 lz . ES GEE Taian cen ose t May 9th May i8th : ’
igrd children) 3 great erond stoners of Hightwoys j from 8,000 sq. ft. to 12,000 sq. ft. New | Carthy “GASCOGNE” : » 3 | 4
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i, 3. 50— . Vendor's 2 tees *
re i os | ————— lati | r ther eae ee os say For | Me can See. Miss Marianne Booth For further particulars apply to:— Druggist Fi
© IN loving memory of mv deer fail NOTICE | further app) - N, Alleyne, | Mrs we yn Booth, Mr. FBawarc That COLUMBIA RECORDS INC. a * ‘
WOSEPH BASCOMBE of Workinsa \ | Fairways, or Dial 8164. ‘Term: | Gooth, Mrs. Eva Hart, Mr. Herbert Har orporatior , on 2 M N ES - en .
i St. George's who passed away PARISH OF str heres iw be arranged. Sistine | M — oer Miss Ruby Inc he awe oe Gee = & vO. & Co, LTD. Ag ts. 136 Roebuck St. Dial 2813
Merch 1, 1947. will be : +2.50—1?r, | Miss Rowena Ince, Mr. Arthur Outte United States of America, having afa
us but leaving memories, e received by the Mre. Gabrielle Outten, Mr, Hugo Mon‘e Jace of bus 2 , “AY OO.
i Daith ‘can never take away ma) Per “the, aupply st Fresh Mike (gran) ng fans oe bis ran a nat Seite ee a Mr. Henry Barbey | Vew York 19, State ot New York, United eeeananaan nT
. that ever lingers, § sh Mi o rds. ear lantation, st. ! Stella Russell, Mr. Messinger, My Fit itates of ‘ .) ,
upon “this earth we stay thine ouse, Tilk to be suppliec Michael. 7 ped ant one = ee Mr. Arthur Leve, Miss eahtetiin atta we oe ou I nf tis > ‘
Ella Louise White, Mrs. Pinne (2) For the ere modern amenities are available + Mrs. Lucy Carson, Mr. Seth Whi: ection with Phonograph records and \
Leotta Clarke, (daughters) the Abnanebly of Fresh Meat to/a@ reasonable offer accepted. Apply ‘so, Mrs. Alice Kimberley, Mr, Cecil Isaacs | cecord blanks, elentrie Tees are .
Ouse. A. R. Brome, Bri s : ? aol| Mr. E 3 a aes . phonographs ‘
poe, (sare "3 50- Ir 8) | tthe “ey of Medicine and | or dial 4191. Pare re Oa ford, eA. Woteen be Maete Wane ntitied "te Tae Bay Fy BS. ‘
; ae : oO e Almshouse and to GINO OU | Mrs. Q. Keny, Mr. 'G sbhard Keny. Mr yonth y cae ‘»
> Never loving memory of My Belov~’ (4) For the ene BUSINESS PREMISES No. 46 Roebuck | Margaret Johnson, Mr. Alistair Jonneon 950 hak sii araee chal ee .
4 ELSIE HOWELL who departed ‘or conveyance of paupers Street, just rebuilt. Very suitable for | Mr. Jack Precope, Mr. Fred Smith, Mr neantime give notice in dup! oO ever Consumer of .
oa ‘on March Ist 1949 (a) mm a ye jouse to | Grocery or Provision and Liquor busi- | Blizabeth Smith, My. John Dodge, M: t my ofthe oF WeOuON OF steko D
# 11 'y pi the parish ness. Inspection on application. Offere Whitney Shephardson, Mrs. E-eano | stra . EASY
- oe Cee wae, teaperdl\ (b) Rs ana the General | in writing will be received by the | Shepardson. hte Leslie Schulz, Mrs ”n sppnnaiion at aa ane ee oy ‘
Bi year today you were called to rest Saba ort ee | undersigned . m. dokthon _— Schulz, = ge = ares Mr Dated this 27th day of February 1950 | ectricity gen erate y t e ‘ ‘ ‘i
3 . . . hompson, Mr. G. Roberts, Mr. 4 ig
/ ad eens ee eae ) “a the ie ee bi “Sunnyside”, Royce, Mr. A Nurse, Mr. B. Bovel) Regutrar of Wrens sore ; THE MONEY-SAVING WAY
mace, ¥ From ouse to e Chel Jard F rris, Mr, J 2 _ + rs °
Thy voice on earth no more we'll hear Cemetery. ’ D soot Harris, Mr. James Lochvie, Mr: 28.2.30—sn Barbados Electric Su l K Bedstoads, singte and double Iron,
ferll always be in our memory oa any part of the parish Cen Sgilahomany, $7 up—Heds
on 3 ; the Cemetery. es & Cots, Cradies—Wardrobes or Linen
Grethel. Howell (daughter) Elsie N.B.—The Board of Guardians reserve a ee ° ¥ '§ Presses Vanities and MS
S res uA ‘ Dresest;
Broomes (Adopted eee Siesin eee Ocoee Ygbauvers by Bus, | ait 2 p.m. on Yoursday, znd Mare TAKE NOTICE Corporation, Utd. — 1® Tadies— Washstands, ‘Nightchairs
pha opinion ey can e . 80 , we will offer for sale: 200 shares Streans.
conveyed. Barbados Fire Insurance Co. of £1 !
ul loving memory of our dear beloved) “ime Boand of Guardians do not bind| each. 15 shares—Barbados Tele > i y
a 4 § s r phone " tee nS, Lanch, Fancy and Kitchs:
RINE FOSTER who departed this life themselves to ‘accept the lowest or any | Co, Ltd.” Prevareed ee a relehone bie It ts stated On compete author ity that the Acts or | TablesWaggons and chen
Deep in our hearts lies a picture ' Signed G. S$ CORBIN Abe bithattinpiaementigesistiet iss weer Corporation Ltd. is oper bean aoe Supply inets—- Tea : agg
‘More precious than silver or gold. Clerk, Board of Guardians, HOUSE: Modern Bungalow, freehold i s ties othe le. Sve: the Gy ; Framed Pictures 18." 10 $1.20.
Sts that of our Darling mother St, Peter: | 4096 9q. f. Beale tres ws en Executive Committee wide »wers to deal with a situa. Moaris ure, Rush and Qaned
"Whose memories will never, grew ou ‘ ; plenty of space for Chickens, : tion such as exists today anc !ias. existed for many months '® Purniture— Rocking, Berbice
_lmora, Bileen, ora ‘ ei | Pigs, etc. Gas laid on. Apply: in connection with the elec ri: light and power situation. 1Q Reclining Chaire—Tud Purniture—
a): VOrRen, Sea NOTICE set", Belmont Road, 21 Tt is proposed to send a petition to the Governor of Bar \ freee nd, longo ier Migrore
-(prand y 3. 2 § t iti t “
- “A bados,. If you are interes:rd in. improaped service at i
: . EMILY FLORENCE JORDAN | reasonable rates, please eit!e> sign the form below a d Buy Now at— ' j
n g rn n
FORK SALE (Deceased) BUILDING LAND, St. James. Ap- mail or deliver it to the offic of the Barbados Advocate
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all proximately 2 acres with excellent sea That UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL FILMS; INC.: a corporation organized attention The Advertising M.nager—or, sien : if he MONEY SAVING PRICES
— ten date a We en sane ao ae we ree oa ea and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware, United States of America, ) ‘inthe ae ee oer 8 .








Models, still going strong. Always| C/o Messrs. Cottle, Catford & Co., No. 17

driven, in good condition.} High Street, Bridgetown on or before
able price. Apply: Straughn's| the 10 day of March 1950, af'-~ -hich
James Street. 22,.2.50—t.f.n | date T hall proceed to distri ule the



assets of the Estate among th» parties
entitled thereto, having regard to the
debts and claims only of which I shall
then have had notice and that I shall
not be liable for assets so distributed tc
#ny person of whose debt or claim J
shall not have had notice at the time of
such distribution.

AND all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their
accounts without delay.

Dated this 8rd day of January, 1950

LINDSAY E, R. GILL,
Qualified Executor of the Will of
Emily Florence Jordan, deceased.

5.1,50—4n

ICAL

LES CARRIER CYCLES—Also
21 Gents and Ladies Sports Auto
Co. Trafalgar St. Dial 2696.
7.2,500—t.f «1.

















One lady's Raleigh Bicycle
fondition complete with light,
¢ tyres etc. $45.00 Cash. Phone
te 28, 250-—2n .

—_Gents 3-Speed Raleigh

Ms $50.00. Dial 2491,
1.3,50—3n.



STOCK NOTICE
wk. Excellent, hunting or Wate! ST. MICHAEL'S OLD GIRLS’
91-79. 28.2.50-—6n ASSOCIATION

CE}

EOUS
STAMPS: Used British Colonial Stamp

THE Annual Reunion of the Old Girls
of the St. Michael’s Girls’ School will
take place on Thursday 2nd March at
















. * . ds, films and records with sound, words
1.3.50—1n | and/or music recorded thereon adapted for synchronization with separate picture
nen. | films; and motion pictures and will be entitled to register the same after one month
“THE MALL” (Near Waterford Es-| from the 28th y of Y 1950 unless some person shall in the meantime
tate) St. Michael, Pleasant ol world give notice in duplicate to me at my offide of opposition of such registration
property standing in approx. 2 acres of/ The trade mark can be seen on application at my office,
pleasant and quite private grounds Dated this 27th day of February, 1950
flanked by sugar cane. ¢€ reception, 3 H. WILLIAMS,
bedrooms, large verandah, double gar-

Registrar of Trade Marks.

age, stabling, servants’ quarters, court- 28.2. 50-21

yard etc. This property is offered at a@
very reasonable figure making it an
attractive renovation proposition. DIXON
& BLADON, Real Estate Agents, Plania-
tions, Building, Phone 4640. 1.3.50—1n

“RICES", St. Philip. Massively con+
structed Estate home with 4 bedrooms,
large and airy reception rooms, veran+
dah, ete. Stone out-building with double
garage, barns, cow-pens, milking shed,
large courtyard. Over 17 acres land
with several fertile acres excellent for
ground provision cultivation, Property
vi suitable for mixed farming. DIXON
& BLADON, Real Estee Agents, Auc-
tioneers & Surveyors, Plantations Build+
ing, Phone 4640 1,3.50—In

The Results of Raffle at
(i. B.S. Hostel

TAKE NOTICE



Values” in singles or more. Write| 4.30 p.m. All old girls are asked to Tat UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL F Sti a temiebeaiiis, abeamlaen
James Bourne, Bath Village 21, Ch. | make a special effort to attend. ana Weisting under the Inne or the Dow 7h a, yn
: oo Onan: Were PRIZES having a place of business at 445 Park Avenue, New York 22, State of New Yorks
meneeeney United States of America has applied for the registration of a trade ark. in
AMP NEWS—At the Mayfair Gift 1.6.50—1n NOS. connection with synchronized apparatus for simultaneously coordinated
tic Club. First day covers: Se ee eee ss 93; | l@ht and sound effects; films with sound, words and/or music recorded thereon;
me oe, Sopnation Starape. THE BARBADOS Be wovanant lst——615; Be ee Set, Nines pound Kecarded thareon adapted, for synchronisation with fepeweie
8. years — 1818; 5th—1 . = ; | Sound, wo: and/or music and records, a recor w found,
my 16.2. 12n | Address: Tudor Bridge, St. Michael, B ‘dos 4th: ’





Lord President #3 Founder — Rey.
L. Bruce-Clarke, P.C.L.P., B.W.M.,
E.M., B.C.D,

YOUR HELP NEPDED
The Barbados

came a world-w and recognised
movement because our object is to up-
lift and improve the lives of the poor,
unfortunate, neglected, despised and
forgotten youths of Barbados, so remom-
ber ouy activities include, Religious and
General Knowledge, Unity and Culture
Matto Lord help us, lest we fall

in, 8 ft, and 9 ft lengths also . wy. ke, Lord President
Plates 1/16, 1/8, “4; 5/16 and Founder .

8 sizes, Enquire Auto Tyre mg B. Grant L.Th, Director and
. Olga Brown, General Secretary
end Handicraft Instructress.





: Do not let Electricity

Y you. WA — you a ote oe
John D. lor & Sons Li

2. .50—an

ING SUIT—Coat, vest and trou-
38°. Top Hat size 7 1/8. All in
dition, pre-war quality. Selling
small. Dial 2001.


















1,3,50—2n

SIVANISE SHEETS—In 24 & 26 gauge
steel















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ocgvecttortgallt Yi mes A EE OO a ee ee
ian oe being made to com-| Destination per }-oz. Cards Forms Destination ____ per 4-02. Carts Forms
mence 1950 Foo Season sometime | _ shiiealiiiin abe anne _ _ sia
an between Monday” th Mave and Wed+ cents cents cents - cents cents cents
nesday . of Chibs can Great Britain 30 ty 12
Coppin, Semetary DAFA. co| AUDA 6... ss... 7 ’ (via' Jamaica)
ee. | Al 16 8 8 Great Britain .. 50 25 12
Keak mou 16 8 8 (via Trinidad)
18 9 8 | ne vt 24 12 8
eae (via: Bermuda)
(via Bermuda) 30 15 8 | Newfoundland .... 26 1] 8
10th at 4.30] "(yi ‘Trinidad eo 3 r (via Trinidad)
12 6 6 United States 18 9 8
for the Council meeting}\uracao’ ........ 12 6 (via Jamaica)
is ab follows:— 6 United States 30 16 8
Dom. Republic ..... 12 6 — (via Trinidad)









three
of players during the 1950 season.
General Business

0. S$. COPPIN,
Hony Secretary B.A.F.A



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

JAMES NATHANIEL
Buses srt Marche id, St. Philip for
permission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,
&c., at a board - shingle shop .a
Marchfiel . Philip.

Dated this anth ay of February 1950. |
To:— D. D. MORRIS Esq |
Aetg. Police Magistrate, Dist. “C }

JAMES

— Series I
return same to Ena
ley, Dalkeith Rd
1.3.50—1n

Bulling Al

: E,
Series C N "So
. N.B.—This application will be consi-
i ae dered at a Licensing Court to be held |
: at Police Court, District ‘C’, on Frida
TICKET-—-Series 4 | the 10th day of March, 1950 at 11 o'clock
ee a ieee me D. D. MORRIS, _
eee , ae Zz istrate, is! .
13 soan| Ag. Police Magis bs ta

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7th — 61; 8vh — 1478; 9th — 1075:
10th—186; 11th—1803; 12th—240;
13th—171; 14th—1600.

on Friday, 3rd March, from 4 p.m,
to 6 p.m. for Prizes.











and/or musie recorded thereon adapted for synchronization with te picture

films; and motion pictures and will be entitled to register the same Tr one month

from the 28th day of February 1950 unless sonse person shall in the meantime

Ag notice in duplicate to me at my ona of Soret of such registration
t mar’ seen licat! t e.

Please call at the G.F.S, Hostel ‘onon na hea Fara, yall

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marke.

POST OFFICE NOTICE

AIR MAIL RATES
Effective from lst March, 1950

UU eee ee





















NOTE. Two rates have been fied for letters to Great Britain, Canada and the bg States. In
the case of Canada, there is only one mail per week, that on Fridays by

which the rate is 18 cents. Letters for despatch ‘> Canada other than by this opportun-
ity must be routed Via Trinidad and the tizher ro. affixed.

At present three air mails are sent wee!
United States. These mails are closed on Mondays. 4
these places closed on Saturdays via Jamaica {\ sent Via Trinidad. Letters for despatch on Saturc
the higher rate of postage affixed.

“vmaica to Great Britain and the
‘sesdays and Satu for
oproximately one day er if

ys Via Trinidad must be $80 marked and









Printed matter by air mail to Great Britain.
Effective from ist March, 1950, printed matter (including newspapers, commercial papers
and books) will be accepted for Great Britain for conveyance by air mail at 9 cents per 4 oz.
Printed matter by surface mail to Great Britain.
Also effective from 1st March the postage on printed matter to Great Britain and Empire

countries will be increased to 2 cents for the first 2 ounces. For each additional 2 ounces or part the
rate remains at one cent |

General Post Office, |
28th February, 1950.



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iii naNSSGGASGS iearannssssasnassesasmasnsinnsnesnsnamanmunsinaumamameanneememas

PETITION

to
His Excellency the Governor

of Barbados.

For many months the « omsumers of electric
power generated, distributc.j
Electric Supply Corporation,
suffered from lack of proper ser
entailing to them substanti./
ergency facilities for cooking
other uses normally operated
to industry and business ar> causing grave concern, and
the entire situation is doing untold harm to the Island in
discouraging visitors and prospective residents,

Vague promises and precictions have been made as to
the early restoration of norivial service but there has been
no marked imvrovement in service.

We understand that Your
under the terms of the Ac
Electric Supply Corp. Ltd. i

light and
and sold by the Barbados
Ltd. of Barbados have
vice from this corporation,
expense in providing em-
lighting, refrigeration and
by electricity. The losses

Excellency has the power
ts under which the Barbados

S operating to deal with such a
situation as exists at thistime. We are, therefore, petition-

ing Your Excellency to take erly action to cause an in-
vestigation to be made which will cover such matters
as:—

FIRST: The early installatic > > proper generating equip~
ment to supply continuous |i * and power to all consumers
on the Island including suf'-i-nt excess ‘capacity to take
care of any breakdown othe: “han that caused by hurri-
cane, floods or fire.

SECOND: The supply of cu rent at proper voltage.

THIRD: The finances of the © ompany to be examined to
ascertain the cost of produ ing electric current in Bar-
bados, including all legitima':: overhead charges, taxation
and other items that shoud fairly be included. Also

profits have been unduly large in view of the
nature of the undertaking, w hot dividends have been paid
on the actual capital inves.cd, whether taxes paid in

are a serious factor in the cost of electricity in
Bai and other pertine.! information.

FOURTH: Whether the ‘surcharge’ on bills should be
retained in view of the fact that it was originally made as
a temporary measure during wartime, also why the dis-
count for t should not be restored to the

former figure a

FIFTH: The appointment of a permanent Public
Commission of competent individuals with full
over service, rates and capital financial matters,
a reasonable lim. as to dividend payments.
We respectfully solicit your cooperation and edrly
action in this intolerable situation, which direetly or in-
directly continues to affect adversely every individual on
the Island of Barbados. :

Utilities
authority
including



I endorse the Petition of The Electric Consumers
Assn. of Barbados to His Pxcellency, The Governor-
in-Executive Committee.

NOTE: Sign this petition and deliver or wail it addressed
to:—-The Advertising Manager,
Barbados Advocate,
Bridgetown.





Trafalgar St. -:- Dial 4069
POGGE 2OSS SCSSSES565565 ;
Sane 4
ARE YOU BUYING?
Houses, Buflding land, Furniture, 5
ete {
~~ j
Wishing to sel i
f

Houses, Building land, Pur iture,

ek

Then Coniact

RALPH A. BEARD

Auctioneer & Estate Agent

Fellow of the Valuers Surveyors &
Estate Agents of Great Britain

Who Has
Numerous Properties for Sale at
reasonable Prices

ee ee on

we
es

Commission Charge for selling
Property 2% per cent (No sale no
commission)

(
)

ene on selling Furniture
te.,

(by Auction or Privately 10 per
eent)

Open 8.30 a.m, Daily at Hard-
wood Alley (Opposite Cathedral)
Phone 4683 After hours 8402

Viewing without obligation

27.2, 50-—2n



Due to the increase in the
cost of materials for Aerated
a@rittis,

forced to increase the price

manufacturers are

from 1/9 per doz., to 2/- per
doz. As from Wednesday,
Ist March, 1950.
Signed :—
GRANVILLE MILLAR,
De Luxe Mineral Water
Factory,

ROBERT BRAMAO,
City Mineral.

MRS. SPRINGER,
Maple Mineral.

M. RAMDIN,
Roebuck Street.

A. BRYAN,
United Mineral Water
Factory.

c, C. C. CUMPERBATCH,
Niagara Bottling Company.










red
iy So. now at an age when] script, then flew right back again
most athletes have donned the Short ‘Prip
smoking jacket and carpet slip- Similarly, he has a short trip tc
pers, Primo finds himself sudden- } Caracas, Venezuela, lined up, anc
I hy he peak of his earning | 4 longer one to the British Isles it
I e April.
Carnera was a wrestler and Primo is playing a part in the
circus strong man in _ his} estoration of wrestling in Madisor
native Itely when a little French-} square Garden. He appeared a’
n, Leon See, discovered the bi: semi-finalist on the Antonin
fellow more than two decade‘ | zocca-Gene Stanlee card early ir |
Ww See took one look at Primo he winter. In March, he an |
i inch frame with a tocca will be the featured attrac
a 0 pounds He de | jon on another Garden bill. |
4 y ci fortune was waiting } For a long time, Carnera wa |
ay A Carnera beeame a boxer nderstandably bitter about hi |
tt } Fortune Waiting orate a an in thi |
ae was a fortune waiting, ountry is wrestling succes : : ‘ .
| | O naten ecient tas erased those. memories, how MR. ARTHUR CREECH JONES (right) is here seen with Mr. Leary
i to relate n DTT ot tar he realions 1 ag ag Constantine (left) world famous West Indian cricketer and Mr.
eg got much of it. Thef ¥* oer a oe ie he be- | Andrew Kempton. ex-Surrey wicketkeeper, with some cricket gear
ychman taught Carnera what] * or cashing in on his rini | gestined for boys of Jamaica and Trinidad. Mr Jones was then
‘ight charitably be called the} putation. ; : F Secretary of State for the Colonies and his support of Leary’s appeal
rudime of boxing and, after a For Carnera, life did begin at} for the gear was only one of the many kind actions of his on behalf
i ( f years in France and 40. of the colonies. He lost his seat in the recent election
f } nd, brought his big “fighter” ie ay ee
he United States { and the undoubted value ‘to the
only trouble was that See B.G. Offers | oO Pa i team of a fourth fast bowler
ve much money or in- + e r we cannot too strongly recom-
influence To finance his project ji | mend our suggestion, which is
' for “Da Preem’ or rim n m in the best interests of W.I
he } barter percentages of oe e€a | cricket. Will appreciate a eabled
ii er Eventuall the reply at earliest”
lin gern 7 nr ola hoe (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) eee ears
various backey's totalled more than oe GEORGETOWN, Feb. 28.
100 per cent BRITISH GUIANA Cricket Control Board decided at an
See eventualls squeezed emergency meeting lasting four hours on Monday night te
- altogether ¢ armata \ = despatch an urgent cable to the West Indies board, strongly j »
10 mot than a pawn in the hands S10C0eS —é ‘ 3 ° J . -"
Se his adeorted roanagers avi iggesting the inclusion of pace bowler John Trim on the \ =" At the first
sponsors. team to tour England, and offering to stand the extra finan- SS AS) hint of a
The Carnera build-up, in all its clal expenses if necessary. acs
gord spects, is a familiar story Soa The meeting was fully repre- Jae: < O L D
te ts fans by now. Suffice it r " sented, and presided overy by the o> >
‘ nA: vas vaised. 6 President, W. S. Jones, who issued .
ship stature through a che following svatement to the “
eri ick knockouts against Press today x
econd rate opponents. “The meeting discussed in ’
Won Ana Lost detail the recent selection of the
Py Na alla: adalah lel West Indies team to tour Eng-
E wit! , ae acaan land and the subsequent poor 3
: Pe ate eas 7 representation accorded the :
" Jack Soaraey pas June, ‘ colony, and decided to send the INHALANT
i Max Baer not\§ following cable to R. K. Nunes,
year later. He continued Jamaica, President of the West on your. haneRerehiey ang, RaIpy
r it here and there until, his 4 Thies Board for comfort and protection. Breathe
F apparently ¢ ENAUSLE,| The B.G. Board is dissatisfied ye Sener de ae ce
‘ e to vanish into} Be and is strongly supported by
i i 1938 l public opinion over the nonin-
4 fell was next heard clusion of Trim on the We
he when he was Indie team Would great
bia act h the Italian appreciate you and West Indies — eS
ta again the Nazis Board give urgent consideratio
i ‘ 4 Pele 1 helped to bring back to take Trim’ as seventeent
elt i ‘ after the war, and player, “precedence is the ca
a3 , turn, brought back of Hylton in 1939. If you are ul
I { er His former Hylton in 1939. If you are un
{ reputat a boxer and his size able to finance the extra playei
ei ; ea Pr ) become one of be board oe assume } } FLAKES, ALL BRAN,
a be ' ; cae nis responsibility n view ¢ WHEAT. GRAPENUTS.
ptt tk mat : EN ;
Uiale y ’ ae onahed JOHN TRIM the division of the selectior
he at ut of ad a oe nd ae *! committee on Trim’r iiclusion
I i 4 é I « housa re TIC
a per year Kid Ralph Beats — SUGAR.
yn 1} A i f it all is @ .
. that Primo now retains most of Bonnie Blackmag JA MAICAN
: what he ake except for the 7
ae ; : ne ath Unel Kid Ralph, the Markey Mauler {
’ ; e ‘ , Drincen, 3 retained his Middleweight Champ- Y } r,
~ a iouship by scoring a points victory WINS | } Jolan BD. Taylor a
> | over Bonnie Blackman, the Mask- Dial
oss | ; . aor
“pear . ed Marvel, in a 10-round bout at Jial 4335 —
Par ry W ins |the Brighton Sports Club last Y G M iS Pe is
y ’ | cight SSSI
; : a A. A kh 53% SSOO% a
Spoon Shoot | Ralph, who vipped the scales at er
163 Ibs., had Blackman, his lighter GUATEMALA CITY, Feb. 28
handicap| opponent, baffled throughout the} yincent Roden of Jamaica “won
won by] ten r¢ s Pern :
; ou Oe Pay Ts Founie : = the 800 metres event in the Cen
u a score ‘he first round saw Ralpn teal A ‘ican Games here today %
e Govern-| landing his jabs with ease while His ti ape vty 1 = 89 i; a x
.e ist at) Blackman back-pedalled with his Rafael Ponbaie of “Cubs wes %
; 60 Conditions] guard well up Round two Saw] tna "100 metres yn 10.3 eae oe
t el oe a Black A pM acy Vinvon Benckatts ‘of Jam aic %
Po nittent ywers| crosses vo Blackman’s mid-section.| ; fe + oe
: Mr. Parry is t It was not until round six that ath ae high jump with | §
fe ae ‘ I on a very good| Blackman carried the fight to| von (chev pe eee ¥
} ‘ have won even| Ralph. Blackman came out of his x
” ( The ores for| corner and landed a left and right eventually won on points %
4 I follow | ct to Ralph’s head, but Ralph, The Judges were Major A. RIB
iS Fag L | Parry 98.92| who counvered rapidly, soon sent} Foster and Mr. J. Smith; Time x — =
' , is G him back on the defensive keeper, Commander Baird anc |% P J
>? ; 7 ties 98.83 i nes an one, nd as Mr. P. C. S. Maffei was referee % D oe 7 Par d
ore k 5 eather ere fought calmly but in rounc % , el ,
98.00| ten Ralph delivered some accurate | (77 en % nom pily aes
The fc e best gun| Tight, crosses which had Blackman "W . Le
cores recor | covering up The Weather $ ee
Mi Parr 95 A heated 6-round Semi-Final $ ‘ ‘
RSM H. B. G Viarshall 93] Was witnessed between Belfield TO-DAY »
i.e. 3 ( ‘ 93| Kid and Al Carrington. The Kid ‘ . ~~ DAY g
Capt. S. Weatherhe 92| won on points, Sun Rises: 6.15 a.m. % i alle
Mr. T. A. L. Robert 91 ( aertaeon appeared to be the be naa SE rt me ‘ ’ WASHES CLOTHES
My 1 IcKir ¢ é » or . Ci 9 ¥ v VAY . sw
fait A. 8. antes So| use of his fest toot-workr to conde || | Laghtings. 6.30, pas. ; US 45 CS
Vie arre! ) use ¢ S Tas »t-work to evade : , a a ——
Mr K. S. Yearwood 86} many blows q — Water: 2.14 a.m., 1.40 g
In a Preliminary bout Kid James ee . , ‘
eed aon ames YESTERDAY
ogee a Pane over Al Roland in . :
* UE) ‘ 1e fourth and last round. James Rainfall (Codrington) .35 ins ‘
JAP SWIMMERS made good use of his height and Total for Month to Yester- :
> ~ . x reach and eventually outpacec | day: 1.56 ins. £44 ACCESSES SOB GOLDS
FOR S. AMERICA Roland Temperature (Max.) 83.0° F. _ " —————S
rOKYO, Feb. 28 Amateur bouts were fought be-;| Temperature (Max.) 70.5° F. ,
record breaking swim-| ween Woodbrook Kid and Sleepy Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E. bb e Make “ne
' Horonossi Furahasi, and| Kid, Baby German and Young (3 p.m.) E.
4 three other Japanese swimming} Kid Hinds, and Gunboat Wiltshire Wind Velocity: 11 miles per
# ‘Tokyo by air for South! and Fearless Collins. } hour
# kmerice norni take part In the last mentioned Collins had Barometer: (9 a.m.) 30.037;
; i e Brazilian championships Wiltshire at his mercy but failed} (3 p.m.) 29.957
a i i Reuter. to score the KO, blow and
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«Life Begins At 40”

For Boxer Primo







EW YORK, By Mail lost his timidity and his desperate

That t “Life begins at | homesickness. Nowadays, he i
forty” 1 well have been | nobody’s fall guy in a busines: |
inspirec Carnera. The | discussion.
giant former heavywei boxing His new profession takes him
‘ ip t of ups and|all over the United States, with
acwa if ius lifetime, but since he yuick side trips to other countries
turned 40 his fortumes have been | whenever the monetary lure is}
strictly on the up-grade sufficient Primo was offered|

Accorcing to the records, Prime } $3,500 plus expenses not long age}
is 43 years old now. It was just} for a single appearance in Hono-j
+bout three years ago that Primojiulu. He flew to Hawaii, disposed

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:69 Ibs.

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jon of the Marquis Alfonso
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ed fourth on his own horse, Crom-
vell, last year.

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SDAV. MABCH |. *ls. CLASSIFIED ADS. TltK BARBADOS ADV(>( AIT AUCTIOrt ,, HUT eeTATf. FLATS rxilly wtn Rttrar. -. Wffia.eg, DIED F *£diy - her mldfiM , Michael Her rune — „ :r Late KNMW al t IS 2_ k hrt >(ITW fee the Pilgrim f .--—as-Churolt. CiTTlnH %  2 .vnre lo thr Weatb> Fnrndi arc invUM ^^priitfi. (Father 1 AJeth DrUmr;. ..ksssssT**. Ruby. Miur.el. ^i<%  renee Detartry .Brothi*. flrtw t c. *•" 'nonarr. DMI Bd *" " Prpmim. or Phone > 3 1* PAGE SEVEN "ATCAKF |. 1 3 JO n-K ip ii""" Mo "t. CM R %  AurUoer-, %  l-OST 9rk IM.I mi THANKS bega lo th.... Ik. UAYXRBV Famlb *L_Uiv " them on l... ?f*o.tr-. of VESTA ..LEWEl.LY! ,Uf MAYERS "Graham Col" I > BnKWIE DTO-^E a iff 'z"j' f ?Jz-% "r J? *iM-t A,.-, lOT ,„'r P *"&,„" „^*"V V See,,. %  hrti* woirc. * I lawn-tar. -h M*m:,' AWig. War h Zl ,., + %  . Hetsriettn. Art, Un*. Srh I. lit CWMJt HUT PhD Dae Cachalot. M V •!* %  Bt, Yarn. Serve La hi MtRlVALg M V Blue Star. :jo ton* tie I •!"*., Nan.. Ate*: \ F a 1 Thlrtby. 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Abu S S t'rufav S S lialia. e>: „ Iem.-i % %  i Cuthbert. John Babh. I8O M Babb. Rancht :i Taag^Doeto.. Mirum Bnbb. %  Ranch RJifnatd fhildrent 3 e* !" ev-"rt • %  T CIA Paper* Pl*aee Ca#v> ISM •ocrrH BASCOMBJ: a: Wr St 0>rc'* wha BM "•*" JfrTt' Cnn. Diath i hut i ne\-nr take ajcaaj that ever Unite**, Vhia* upon ihi earth wa MlrJ IH EILn %  White. MrPin Kaiav l*ei".n.irfc* idatiatiti |,atawaa Btenman. icrand nn %  1 3 30 %  TV of Hv Be'o. > i i.-i NOTICE TV""Je^ !" iL." -OUBMi -ntil funh,. ^^ ri By order n( The CnmmL^n^, WEAL ESTATE ; 1 AND-40 000 : Top Rock Appl) 1 <""i<* Co L(d C.B Qe*., Rneb.iek '•reel ) a SOt n NOTICE nn trr.1t fre>*-ell railed tn re1 long [ ftter tndav row ••ere Tea abf.ired hard and [lit III peace. 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I 2 W 7n :£cars-3S''3=jr —tutroadm Fire Imiiiancr Jvf i, '* h T **-BarbadoTelephorw to. Lid. Preferred Cl Cottle, Catfnrd "Mir. catfnr Mr tfj 'htllh —%  >*ar. Dr Alb. %  Mr Jaek Fmnrope. Mr Frei %  lbeth Smith. Mr %  ^eva-.d,,*,. u,. Ut-to Sohuh Mr Kenneth Havnc MR Thompaon. Mr i; %  ptaj MIA Ffuna, \t, Mr P llarrl.. Mt Jame. lohM* Me. M .".itH-^fT'* R Oaeon. • £T "*_ **L ^ %  — %  %  ** Haana-*-. ."T?" 1 *** %  •-" %  %  ^* CMaaa..i*. ss Oarona. S$ Anna |, Candy* *. <; R.*. is i^, Ft -i ,;T* ^vli%, U Beeknnp. t e. T,,*,,. S Ok* ime. S.5V Neefead. s tew Yea*, ft Warden s 1 Dee. %  %  %  a.' TnarRtr. B.S L-gae| %  Atnoa,. B* AehagMt tl -Ktesvn. Dr Djf Pot nRITlaH (litANA Mr Nornmn Wight, Mlai Doreett RodCUea. Mr Claude rVilaet. Mra Bentitee f-ulton. Mint Irma I*remada*. Mint Or ace Cundaerbabfi. Mr. Wilton Angc. gngtl .-ve Angoy. Mra Maniuerl'a Angu. MaavraSinHin Angov. Anhibald Bntoo'it. MrM..nn Grlflb. TAKE NOTICE If i l MT1TA KBCOftDR QIC 'rporauon ..reamred and ekiating urn %  ££•& %  ? Be| KT. 1 "" 'Mra> ol hifmeea at Tap Buonih Avnm few Wk „_ suw „, N#w v iJien of Amenea hai applied fnttie J'JT l,h ._ Ph "raph ^eer-d, anfl r^.-^" 1 **•'* f " phamograph. 'SST5. SJ? ""* """ ilh ban the a* %  "'"'""'• %  ^ "ate to me oppoeatlon of nirh rea" *•" The irwdr 11 aggaUratio raied IMI ^th day of rVbM.aty taee H Uli, Itegiatrer e. Trade 'lareBl.S9aV-Sn TAKE NOTICE C Children' I 3 SO lit FOB SAU KITOMOriVE ff > Sedan Dodge Cai NOTICE -~J fliiven. in and oondiUon fcaai-C-e price Appl> Slmugtlnnnc* Junea Street. a 2 50—I f n KHANICAL CTIiS CAM1MEH CYCUK-Alao -II GenU and l-dle. Spneta Auto Ca TraTalgBr St. Dial IBM. BfcTCI* One la Jl to:>.ditlon Itelngh Hn-veie ..nyajeln with ligM. i uu Caw. Phone a Dial M3I I a 00—3n rTPPEW-pe^tii, ham Bhg—-. gxcelk.it. hunting or Watch 21 J SOOn ad Brttian Colonial Stnmi' | iingim or more Wril Village 11. Ch 28 IM >i JfUO .; %  f Aqu.1. f** "aupii %  a%B%i 'B At the Mayfair Oil' Chib Plrrt day ,-over. e aet Coronation Samp* >ld USA. Stamp., etr 18 J fe—Ik. Eeuie e-MD-T ILOBKNCI JORDAN „ iDecnaaed' NOTICE IS HKKXBY QIVEN (hat b li f^tei^ vta ? "y Jabt n, Maim agcinr lh# Eatate of Emily F1ore.. j„nLiu Ph^Tl. wZl"le^ Gl "'* ""* d m th '^"• %  n m sntm Michael, m thi. uignd. *na> dhhl at Brooklyn. Mew York CR] m the United Statr. of Ami 2nd day of October it**. .„ r he.o'n' reqtmed to aand In nartl,., Claim, duly .Ikeeted to B. I-eraaCneO High f*ireet, Brtdi-ic. .,„ or (-fore lb* ia day of March IBM fMg I hall proceed lo ,i aaael. of the Delate amomr th partle* rntitled thereto, having .ega,,, u> tbdabu and elaima only or which I then ha*+ neat notice and Ih.t I not br liable fur a**rt. >a> dUtnbulid t. -Hiprraon of whoae debt or claim %  hall not have had notM-e at the Hme o -i" dutribution. AND all peraona Indebted to the ' rarden Plaeity Of .pore to. CnndU. Ttrke. PIC. atGee 1MB on Api FMT. nelmont Road L'l : %  so '*n BUILD1NO LAND. St. Jamea A,2 acrea ilh excellent ri 'inaarpaaaed bathing On. . the flneat ailea of thm nature in th %  aland Rare opportunity (or the right peraun to acquina U.vely and pieti.Tt-ainiitdmc era* Real F.*.. regain P A,:.DIXON k BLADON. Building Phone 4M UM>I I III U |r, Si. atarteee, ^am owe pioperty atnndlng in appro. 2 acrea paaaaant and quite prltatc " %  *• a apodal effort to attend GWEN WALCOTT S>. r.1.,r I 6 SO -li RUTS Bt. PhUip M.U.V. %  marled EeMte liome nun i lie-.-"' large ,-ind airy reropUon rooma, varan* •lab. cM Seoete otil-UuiMlng with double -arage. barna, cow pena, milkinc ".id. MCfa courtyard. Over n aoraa .ami MiHt eeveral feitlle acree aacellent (or crating prot leton culUvaUon Propc.ty lery .uiuohfor in.d farming DIXt'N PI ADON. Real E.aa e Agent.. Augtaawaera Surveyor. Plantatiunt Building, Phoaw eSee 1 3 5la >W IROXSDo %  „>! let Elect..clt E 1 *a oa n all you a Box lioi ^ %  B eahn D Tajlor a. Son. Ltd **ttv; SLIT ..„, %  •*""' ToD Het . „ %  P*aaae. pre- a q ua uty Selling %  %  we w^u jjial BWI "civ, : r, ia,i nMtB gaug %  i IcagOBC --1 .-. 5 It an., .ire Auto Tyre mm He u peel •Ma. BWI. EtJSO 7r aaabb .. !" Manager .Ooldeii Kidge "•Ttj TICKET Berlee ,~ hMu n • &f araeflMi THF; BARBADOS 11)1 III wOVFMtNT U %  eara gld iM7-ia Addreu: Tudor Be idee, st Michael, n do Ird Prewdn.t and Poundat n\ iBnioe-Claj-ka, P C L P B W Id EM. BCD VOl %  HUP XIBOFD The Barbado a youth ovrmeni becauae our object li to up i and improve Ihe live* of th* pool tortunale. neglected, deaplaed am .-rgnttrn vu^lhi of Bdrbadoa. ao renvn. bar oug acUvitiaa aarhide. Keligloua —' Ganoral Knowledga. Unit^ — CM! i leal we fall Lord Pnandr LL Mocaa Load w*lp ug, Baa L Bruaa-Clarke and Founder Rau J B arant LTh, Dlractor am rajBlMal Mr* Olga Brown, General Sacretar nd Handicraft Dutructm T> r B abaawa Youah MMveaaent I I M--1-. FOOTBALL NOTICE tau-ationa are being made to com%  -ii FMafMax naaan -" eUina r IJth March and Wed^Biee of Cluba can a from Mr. O S ary A F A c o airvxiceio. Thera will be a CouncO MoaUng of -•* B A P A at the Y M C A Headqiuirtara, Pb.fo.d Street on Friday March 3rd ac 4 30 p m and Ua> Annual Oiaaral Marling of the AaaocuMion takee place Mat Y M C A Haadqiaartera ~ lloaaag Prklv March "10th I The Agenda for lb* Council exl FYidao i. at follow. aawatee Aaawaaj Ikaaort aad I Swawmaait for 1MB aeaaon CoruaaW tare* aeharnea far ll of plarar. during thai 1M0 %  Sb l M—n LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE lb* aaaMicauoa of JAMJRe NATIIAM BCfMl of MaaeMakL Bt Philip Mt paraaJaaHM to anil Sauita. Mail Laauo.. Ac at a beard and ahingM ehop al UTchAelg St Philip Dated thl. ITth day of Pabnuarv lam To D D MOMUB Bag Aatg Police MagiaUBle DMt "C JAMXB M BUBHE SBrgBg Thla aggiUcaUBe. will be con i Hf Kesulls u( Ralflf al (i. F. S. Ite. PRIZES NOS. 1st—615; 2nd—1*56; 3rd—IMS; 4lh—1818; Mh—1271; 6th 3.15; T —61.8* — 1471. 91h 1117310th—166; 11th—IMS; 12th—240; IBB—171; 14th—1800 Please call at the G F S. Hostel on rrtday, 3rd March, frum 4 p.m. lo I p.m. lor PrUcs. %  M Th,i UNtVEHBAt. tNTKlth^TloNAL FILMS MT M "•cda aaaVer muavfli„i !" !T^..^tK ,< aJ? r ncT w "toh Mvaratgrea notice In duplicate taT-. ,,, ^ZL. ," imrm "%  %  '" nd HMind MTwU; Aim, MB HUM M^, ^yj,,, muW mviVd ih,r^vn i"^.""^! .'-:"' ~"-"• -UPI-I tonSnehr^So^rSS Sill"..— without Bound, word* ,„ ^ ., M end or muatr naaorded tbareon film. .,,wj motion front the Mth ui\ T .. fiv* nolle* m duplicate The trade mark oan be — kwad thla nth day af —-——. %  "— -i— %  **<•. wwroa aeawor muaic r e cor d ed thareon "und ivota^BM thereoi. adapted for •owhraoUalkan with aBaar*:. film* and recorda. flbna and lecorda wuh ound. wordi •e.... egaptrd for -raa-Mraaiaat.an with vrm-.a-o thereon adapira for eg—blgeinii— erRB M piclurae an,i win ".eniithag i* ragBHrt ia* acme Cto ofFoartiary ItW unkyaa aanee per..,, dhall dv.pi.cate lo -i* M my ..iTte* of oppoelllon of a "on at rtvy offlr* •Mvegy. lgea WDdJAMS f of Trade Mar*im POST OFFICE NOTICE AIR MAIL RATES Effective from 1st March. 1950 fc yrtij al BWMlnllllll Aruba Bahamas Bannuda Canada (vi.. Bermuda) Canada (via Tniiida,)) Curacao Dulch Guiana Dom Hepublir Letters per l-oi cants 12 II 16 18 30 12 11 12 Post Cards Air Forms ine a*. I 1H1 HOB Letters per )-oi. Air Forms Oreal Britain (via 'Jamaicaf ;.itain (via Trinidad) Newfoundland (via Bermuda) Newfoundland I'n.led Slates lajnejca) 4lata inida.l) M cantt 11 II WTF. Two rales hare been itaMd for letters to Great Bril. the case of Canada, .hare is only one ma I which the rae is 18 cants. Letters itv must be routed Via TViaidad ana tl. A. arraeM three aJr mails are sent w United Stales These rraBl are claaad on these Mncaa cloaed on Saturdays via Jama, sent Via Trinidad Lettan for despatch on Sal the hither rate of postage affixed 111. Canada and the !lasted Btatea. In ek. that .i Fridays Via aaaraauaa by Canada other than by this opportuntffixi.l .'nmaira to Great Britain and Ihe and Saturdays. Mails rot %  itely one day toncer than If ia Trinidad must be a markaa) and i so .:.. Primed matter by air ...ail lo Great Hi aSfectiv,from 1st March. 1950. printed matte. (inrl.idin| newspapers, ta accepted for Great Britain fo. conveyance b> a.r mail at I c Printed matter by turface mail lo Great Britain. •pen. .....—-. ^j .., Also eft, March .he sostafe oa printed matter Is Great Britain and Bsipire %  %  eae. For each aeMltlonal i ounce, or par. the JL! ~ 1M *%  t *! M e.S'..*t-~a: Also :' M March the poruee on prW Tfcii, CW. DUo-ic. c . F..O.eanntrias arm be increased to J cenU for the first 2 ounces. ,hisa> d*y of swth. is*.. *. ii n.;.x. rate remains at one cent. a. as. Bd awn, I ,, _,, D D MOSJUS MS I General Post O sVs. ss^ir j Tath February, lean *•" Mar Mh Mar l,h M IS,,, MS* 3Ttb Jw. Mth July Tir. Aeg IA Atgr "-*-' *!' MI "''_ * craatan wtgbowt notice / %  ace, Pi i mm rree end rreiawi veaanh fttted with PPlicattor. CURMnT.R AUSTIN A CO.. LTD. HARRISON LINE ODTWABD FROM Tnr ITVITEn KrNGDOJa Dae S.S. 'CUSTODIAN" S.S. -TACTICIAN" SS. "LLOYDCRESTnOMKIVAKD Teases. S.S 'SPBC1AUSTFram London Uecrponl La %  roa ixiTKD MM.IKIM For nasrs In tt-rbades Uvailna "7th Feb. Leavee nh Feh 27th Feb, !71h Feb 4th Mar IM Feb. 13th Mar. Far farther Information ppl, Is DA COSTA A CTX i_Tt -Agent.. •Inj| Received | MsBa irorK* or Tirr t..i ( K>fii sultervd from ick o] '•ntailin lo Ihcm cuhttgvnii frfrncy fjitililits U* mm norms.lv to irrduBtTT and t ni Mnei i ar the enUnMluatum || doint %  13111 vruiors Vague prnmiivM and priho i-arly rwatoralioii no marked Imorov.n <>sum*>rs of 1-l4-.i1.. light ami 1 %  "" tmi In tigg HJII. , rsr.,mse ns.-K,,^, BSrbtee WILSON RALPH A. BEARD ..leer A Eetate Agent rail, w of the Valuer. Surve-or. 4 -atate Agenii „f t lira I Britain Who Ha. Numerous l-rapeitie. for late al i*.-enable Prices Ban .„ tailing Farnuura