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The Barbados advocate
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Thursday
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Deal For

ment by a Detroit bus

of the Department had claiimed that the object of Presiden
man’s Four Point Programme was to cause revolt in

“aonial areas.
aldwin Gives £51
To The Poor
On 51st Birthday

Advocate Correspondent
ANTIGUA, March 1.
‘Om the occasion of his fifty-first |
day, Lord Baldwin this mora-
w sent £51 to Administrator
wne for the distribution to 24¢
pr people in Antigua, The

nist ator instructed the |
ial Welfare Officer, Oscar Bird, |
handle the payment of the|



two o'clock this afternoon,

red at the Cou.thouse ‘x
their dollars from Mr. Bird |
was assisted by Mr. J. Joseph |
mnes Institute.

— (By Cable).



Danish House
Urged To Reject

Com m unist Motion

COPENHAGEN, March 1.
‘The Danish Government today
4 on the Lower House to}
a Communist motion urging |
k to mediate between East
d West.
The motion tabled anne days |
proposed that the following
msures should be enforced. |
i) Prohibition of the produc-
m of atom and hydrogen bombs,
2) Immediate destruction of
ti atom and hydrogen |
) Prohibition of preparation |
teriological warfare. {
) Reduction of armaments.
) Use of scientific measures
for peace and culture of



ternational control to see







usta. Promises
Full Support |

3 KINGSTON, March 1},
eemante has promised full)

S. ‘State Department
fends 'Truman’s Apt.

Barbados Advocate Correspondent

STATE DEPARTMENT offic'al denied to-day the state.

ny

of old and disabled folk |,

led

|took place between him and Mr. 3 ; TIE A ‘
Gerig, and we know similar alle_ | Electric Supply Corporation. | THE Opposition members of Parliament tonight joined
| gations have been made in other

est possibility that they can be | Paper yesterday.
true.”

man of the Congressional Atomic
Committee, speaking in the Senate
today, urged the United States to
begin talks with the North Atlantic
Pact allies to formulate a new

Colonies

W.\SHENGTON, Feb, 28.

“‘nessman that another officia!

The Four Point Programme is
one, which Truman announce,
ast year, under which Americar
sovernment and private aid woulc
oe to backward areas,

ar

Roy Gifford, the Detroi
businessman, told the Senati
‘ommittee on Marshall Aid to

lay that Mr. Benjamin Gerig, the |
thief of State Department's De
pendent Areas’ Division ha
spoken to a Chicago meeting. “H
told us”, said Mr. Gifford, “that |
the purpose of the four point
programme is to develop the co-
lonial backward areas of the world |
to the point, where they can re- |
volt against their mother coun-
tries.”

Mr. Gifford told the Committec |

A DISSATISFIED. CONSUMER signs her Pet

ition

chat he had pressed Mr, Gerig on | 6 = i \
the point, and Mr. Gerig had ‘ki DEC TRIC’ i C CN q j '
‘stuck to his guns”, } 6 é i.

Mr. Gerig is at present in ana a Shou €

Ceneva, but the official of the De
partment said to-day, “we are
getting a verbatim report prepar-

of what Mr. Gerig said at
Chicago.

PETITION —
ON ITS WAY

L BY 4 p.m, yesterday, 20 con-!
pletely contrary to anything | sumers of electricity in Barbados
which we have planned under the | had sent in signed petitions which |
four point programme. ' ' : Gok ann

Accept Sterling

Urge Canadian Opposition



: are to be sent to the Gover
We know Mr. Gifford attended | * : as ata at : kaa ame ;
\the meeting, and that a discussion | bedussting an investigation into| Barbados Advocate ( orrespondent

running of the Barbados|

90

OTTAWA, February 28.
The notice inviting petitioners |
But there’s not the slight- | t© this end appeared in this news-
Its purpose is
|to seek an improvement in the |

a demand for Commonwealth

Trade Talks
date.

Both Conserva



places,




ive and Social











é s accept sterling ir ds ant fc

—By Cable. | clectrie supply, and it arose out | Cl 000 Milli Cadatian acca aa oh aa ha

;of the cuts which the company | % 1 10n tariff barriers in favour of Britai

{has found it necessary to impose The whole basis of trade rel

a . for over a month now, due t D I ; ions with the Commonweal

Senator Urges (u3" sachin” CVELOPMEHE (rena oe sea

Ni A : h | The sponsor of the action ex- | - t e Talks By Cable,
Cw roac pects a bigger response today Of A I ¢

PP | When forms will be placed in us ra la

|public places. Petitions yester-
day were sent to the “Advocate’s
Advertising Department” only.

To Russia

WASHINGTON, March 1.
Senator Brien McMahon, Chair-

CANBERRA, March 1.
The Australian Minister of Sup-
ply, Mr. Richard Casey, announced
Early Action ‘today a £1,000,000,000 (Australian)
The petition asks the Governor| Five Year Plan for the national
to take early action to cause the|¢velopment of Australia
investigation to be made to caver | ‘The money for ine Plan he said
such matters-as the -early-ingtalla- ill. come from public ang orivaic



Respect For

THE MAGUE























aa |
electricity in Barbados, and other |

—Reuter. j pertinent information. |

.
Reds’ Outposts
’ saa | HONG i larch 1
Whether the ‘surcharge’ on bills} ites cacer aid: that: Wi

should be retained in view: of the} oc :

. ; ; | tionalists on Hainan Island
fact that it was originally made led 27200 Communist irregulars in

TON?
KO

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Labour’s Victory

Vi

Study Vatican
Rules for Unity

attack-





ul

it the earlies

*'!speakers urged the Government {

»>
n

a

UN Must Foster

Human Rights

e

tn
; i : ; ae 1 x the cdevélonme WareiT-T:
Prohibitions were carried} approach to Russia for atomic) tion of proper generating equip-|/Unds. — ae age “Ap “of ul. The future’ of the Unite
peace. ment to supply continuous TA oie ecel zi : he eee Nations may depend upon i
* + are 7 1 coal-he. In Queensian :
—(Reuter.)' McMahon also proposed that the/8Md power to all consumers on > i. Gea telad ks he ability to promote respect {
Council of the North Atlantic |the Island including sufficient oe to acer Vans ee ee? cen oa Human Rights, the United Stat
> , ane j ediately to for-|CesS capacity to take care of any | “ustralian Government wa old the. Internation onirt
° Pact convene immediately ared ¢ set téo a‘auarter of | a. tt International Court
gary Rejects mulate a concrete peace pro-| breakdown other than that caused | pared © meet up to a « t YS athon fi day in the euse
i ara * by hurricane, floods or fire eS MNAANCIAL COSt Of’ Ut '|Human Rights in East Er
- iti. h R. oe r McMat (Democrat The supply of current at prope | Plan. " A) one :
F 1s ep Ly Senator icMahon ¢ a z supply at proy eis! iad. llaty tes sg It he first. oral st
: Connecticut) rejected suggestions | voltage. Be nee a : ae te .ntha| United States represent:
, LONDON, March 1, /|that there should be high level The finances of the Company to/|!* rly coe ees Ip a ver mace to. the Internat
lary today rejected a Bri-{talks in Moscow now on _ the} pe examined to ascertain the cost | Sian, if they are sue tek Solar pun hibesendie
ply to the Hungarian note} atomic peace issue. of producing electric current in} Phe mone y, . jm 2nd = TN eke tien w in the case broug
1 i i ¢ i i ‘ time py shor also be prepared
Hdemanded a reduction in| “It has never been my view that} Barbados, including all legitimate fee ts Alaaieniaa. sweeet ot the United Nations on the
size of the British Legation at private dickerings by a few top|overhead charges, taxation and | orig pate ea rpretation of the treaties agai
” The Hungarian note! level negotiators can resolve the} other items that should fairly be ‘houses for their workm Re = Bulgaria, Hungary and» Rumani
pe British reply was unsatis-| momentous issue”, he said. He] included. Also whether profits —Reuter. on ys
my, and contained no answel'| added that the time for such os have been unduly large in ‘view | cused of failing t en
me concrete questions put by} c« uld only come after demands} of the nature of the undertaking 2 sofe Human Rights vuses of
. The Hungarian Govern-| for controlling atomic and hydro-| what dividends have been paid Nationalists todatiasitaaes,
died that it was awaiting a| gen warfare, after talks between}, the actual capital invested. | liieioiisleaeenenienne
0 its origina) tsi teasioveh the United States and its allies whether taxes paid in Englan: Capture
Saad atte eer mittee for Peace’'| are a serious factor in the cost of Protestants
| had been created,

: ana ry pasure ‘ing | ; j ENEVA, March 1
; | , as a temporary measure during the island and sq far 1,000. casual- GENEVA,
fan mi. pepauoers 4 Celebrated wartime, also why the discount | 4es were inflicted on the Reds. |\ Leading members of the All
a re a coconut) for prompt payment should not be| They said that all Communist out. | Provestant Ws rid ¢ nell 2
ong term price} v — vnekave, the former figure o!| Se ‘taal thar, titke »n.—Reuter. Churche wi give “profoun
" fr me. tec eee Sat In Argentina 7% v | Pe Deen Aen tudy to the Vatican ruling on re
ranchise should be given a ; enna lations between Catholics and non
me Jamaica milk products | BUENOS AIRES, March 1. The appointment of a eed Catholic before making » any
! present one Fe on| Argentina’s most ; prominent] nent Public, Utilities Comeninie: YUGOSLAVIA GETS oa t ees a *
, = Sinn di cern inds att sti ° . individuals with fu — :
mio. Socialists spoke at a meeting here| of competent individ with | Announcing this at. the
mmante declared hirself| last night, held to celebrate the; authority over service. rates an $20 MILLION FROM US. Council’s headquarters here today
Unification of the Agri-|Labour victory at the Genera’ | capital financial matters, includ: | WASHINGTON. Mareh 1
tvices in the islend,} Election in Britain. Andres Jus¢' ing a reasonable limitation as t Viinceie diet tela? “hacatony Roclesin” hed. not yet Been’ te
~ & recommendation in} said that even if the result was dividend payments, mihind tame’ ae $20,000,000 from |ceived
Report favouring tho| “unsatisfactory”, it was “false |the United States Expor\-Import| A full discussion is thought
g S eee ren ttonempads’ Ye re pgp Bank. The Bank granted the firs: | likely to take place at the World
a) the Jamaica Agricul-! a “swing of the-English proletaria‘ . | j . impunt ar- ) l’s Central Committee
\ we we or a oan of the same amount to Mat ouncil’s itre n
p clety.— (cP) |to the right”.—Reuter. Demonstrators shal Tito’s Government last Sep-| meeting in Toronto next July
| ‘ember —Reuter. ‘Reuter,




















About War

Dearly today,







hussia Accuses Finland
(Of Evading Question

: Russia, in a note to Finland. broadcast by Moscow
accused the Finns of evading an answe)

Smash Windows

In Paris

PARIS, March 1

Behind a barricade of books
General Maxime Weygand stoo
o attention to-day, and sang thi
Marseillaise, while some hundre
demonstrators smashed the win-
dows of a bookshop here.

The attack came as the General
with a small band of his sym
pathisers, was autographing copie: |



Dynamite Blasts Wreck
Three Non-Union Mines
In The United States

WASHINGTON, March 1.
Dynamite blasts today wrecked

Criminals
LONDON, March 2.

the strike made under the
Breaking Taft-Hartley Act.

Strix















Price:
FIVE CENTS

Year 35.

PRISON





FOR BETRA YING

ATOM SECRETS

Griffiths
Will Urge

improvement

IN COLONIAL LIFE

Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, March l,

The Hon, James Grifliths, th

new Secretary of State for
Colonies, has never had

ate st Colonial Affairs,
oagay,

in

The Colonies have exchanged

Welsh name for a real Welshman

James Griffiths stands at the tc
{

chairman of the

ve €lioh

Party) He is

VV
svaine,

and hasa mo
attractive, heartwarming person
| ality.
rerhaps it will be a help
sames Griffiths as Colonial
secretary, that unlike his pre-

decessor, Arthur Creech
nis views on how
houlad be gove. ned,

fis experience Gover

the
clos,
unti

the Labour Party. (He is th:

Jones
e Aas never put down in writings
the nie

i

of ime \
hes been as Minister of Nation
ansurance, He claimed this jo
n 1945 when Attlee

Government, because he has a

ways been more inte ested in the

social reform side of Socialism

| rather than strucgle for individu:

power through Nationalisation
He had the task of putting int

formed hi
|

|; effect the Labour Party's versi»
of the “Beveridge Plan”-—-a syst
of Social Security, to which w
all make contributions compul
sorily, week by week

James Griffiths is nearly
years old—but doesn’t look it, |
smooth, pink and white face wi
| bright rosy cheeks, and brow
eyes always seems to break into «
broad smile at the beginning
jeach sentence

If you meet him travelli

@ Continued on 3



Local Comment

| As to whether or not the Wes
| Indies might stand to benefit o
| otherwise from the change i
} person ndidingsthe oifice of Seer.
{tary of State for the Colonies
| several members of the House
Assembly yesterday told th
Advocate that they were not ne\
in a position to comment, as the
knew little or nothing akout tl!
new holder



North Atlantic
Will Strengthen

Co-operation

WASHINGTON, March
United States Secretary of Stat
Mr. Dean Acheson, said toda
that a further meeting of the For
eign Ministers of the United Stat
3ritain and France
needed this spring.
Mr. Acheson at
Press Conference also stated
the Western Foreign Minister
vere studying means of strength
ening the political and economi
co-operation of the North Atlanti
Powers under Article 2 of t
North Atlantic Treaty
Mr. Acheson did not give
indication of what subjects woul
be discussed by the _ Britis!
(French and American Foreig
Ministers. He made his statement

his week}

Worl | however, in response to a reques
1

for comment on a press repor

‘ ire aris that such a conferenc
a spokesman said the full texy of | {tom Paris tha .

was under consideration wit!

| view to the framing of a con

policy for the Far East, such
they framed for Germany in Pari

| last November.—Reuter.





Strike Cuts
U.S. Air Service

NEW YORK, March |
A nation-wide strike of
ground staffs today forced Amet
ica Airlines Company to cancel &
per cent. of its two-engined plan
flights, and 60 per cent. of it
feur-engined plane service linkin
34 American cities.
The supply and mainvenanc
workers of the company stoppe

th

might. te

that

LONDON, March 1.
«}R. KLAUS FUCHS, « icp-renkixg British Nuclear
Physicist, was sentenced to prison for 14 years to-day
ter giving British and Amorican aterm secrets to Russia.
It was the maximum sentence he could be given,

Dr. Klaus Fuchs pleaded guilty
here to-day to betraying secrets,
which may have speeded Russia's
production of the Atomie Bomb.

Fuchs pleaded guilty to four

Released charges alleging that on different

° dates he communicated in-

fi P. formation relating to Atomic re-
rom rison h to persons unknown.

| *hs leaned almost negligently

on the front of the dock, his right
hand loosely in trouser pocket





In Spain

» as

}he murmured “guilty”,
MADRID, Mareh 1. He said he gave away Ameri-
Four women sentenced to}ean and British atom seerets in
imprisonment by a Madrid court} Birmingham, England, in New

martial voday for sheltering gueril-; York and Boston, United States,
las in 1947, were released becau: | and in Berkshire, England (where
they had already been in gaol; the Harwell Atomic Research
longer than their sentences. | Station is situated

Laura Garaca Sanchez, Laura
Loza Garcia and Aontonia Loz
Garcia were sentenced to two years j
ach, ang Berta Dupin, reported to}

Utmost Gravity

: Sir Hartley Shawer SS, prose-
e a French citizen to one yoa | cuting, said: “This is a case of
They were among seven people ‘ most ravity I suppose as

vho appeared on charges of con-

riou S any that has ever been
ving at sheltering the guerilla cules inder this Statute
\ the town of Tomelloso in Cuidad } 1 Official Secrets Act



teal Province, |







The heaviest penalty of 12 year ued, “Although the
vas imposed on Emiliano Espinosa | ?! charged with what
trevinco, one of the three menj™@US’ Have been a _— prolonged

arged. Estabn Condalez Torre: |“CUrS® Of conduct, extending over
was *sentenced to one year, anc|*°YS" Years —e ee doubt
he charge against Francisco Gal-})O"nUnicaled information ate
lardo Aguado was dropped as aie a a 7 ‘ ww if aa cone
nother court had already trie Seay in he , ie in Sritein in
iim for the offence.—Reuter, i econd and third in the

| sited States in 1944 and 1945,
;2nd the fourth in this country in

Ps 11947,
I rague Arrests “That the information com-
municated was likely to be of the
Vore Priests tmost value to an enemy is un-

appily a matter which admits of

PRAGUE, March 1 \ao doubt,” declared Shaweross,



The Roman Catholic Churci fle said that under the Act, the
irces today reported new arresty | “SUNty to wh 1 the information
{ priests in Czechoslovakia in|/“®S conveyed “had not to be
inll » > . ”
January and February, and heavy ually @ present enemy.

[t was enough that the foreign
country concerned could be a
notential enemy,, “one which,
owing to some unhappy change in
ircumstances, might become an
actual enemy, although perhaps a
friend at the time the information
yas communicated.”

rison sentences
slergymen,
Between 40 and 50 members o
the Catholic clergy, including thre
Abbots were sentenced, Accurd
ng to Church sources, the Go.
ernment’s action appeared to
directed against monastéries. |
against clergymen whw read pa
toral letters from the pulpit, anc
igainst village priests, alleged

on = Cathol

Prejudicial

be involved “pro-West Miracle” | The prosecuting counsel went
which have recently been the sub- ‘That country might never
ject of considerable rumour ecome an enemy. In this case

Czechoslovakia, In a speech to tt 1e
Communist Party’s Central Com

information was in
agents of the

fact con-

veyed to Govern-



mittee a few days ago, Preside: ent of the Soviet Union. Our
| Klement Gottwald accused ti relations with that country leave
Church heirarchy of “organising much to be desired They are
niracles”. as part of anti-Russiar not’ those of amity Everyone
ictivity.—Reuter. ope hat eventually wiser coun-



prevail, and that that
= -. country will live in friendship
‘ with the rest of the world
Panama Gets jut it must have been obvious
om » the prisoner that information
New Minister onveyed to agente, of, thet. Cov-
rnment would have the maxi-
HAVANA, March im value, if that country ever
Emilio Nunez Portuondo, pri i become an actual open enemy,
ently Minister of Cuba | t follows from that that the in-
Belgium, has been nominat formation was conveyed for a
Cuban Minister in Panama
—Reuter. ' @ On page 3.

—=



















BBecause our rates to

1
ne i ; ’ ; i © ; ; ; , | three non-union Alabama anc With the coal production dow | work from coast to coast i 7 A
thas viet Government's question on why Finland hac }¢¢ his war memoirs, dealing it | Ohio mines as America’s soft coal| to @ record low level, industries! About 4,600 mamber of th Te ee LR
rhanded over “War Criminals”. _ | part with his command OF: te | strike further cramped the in-/continued to cut their operatio.s| Transport | Workers Union, a
The Soviet note was handed to Finland’s Minister ir. ran Aah at the capitulatic: | istry. i ene ea a e one heat See st the Congress of Ir ’
OV ee y | of France. ; : R ssgeiaieki in public and office buildings was} dustria tganisations, are in
1 a Sanceraam, 2 paneten Oe ee oe Win the. - Marseillaise ea, ery See ape nee oe dle | > being‘ reduced ‘and coal beizig | volved. " CANADA
it formal resignation of Finland’s Moderate Socia:| out trom inside, and the siren o | coal using industries - idle O€"| rationed | Pickets were out at La Guard!
atic minority Government. teed | Nie ne. Up Sh, aes She. a ihited anne mem: | “A, dyfianiite blast in. Ohio to-| Airfield, New York. About 4,6(
red a Finnish note of} Finnish police authorites contained| streets, the demonstrators mad Onl Cree, URED Pee " |day destroyed a surface mine's’ members of the Transport Work
21, which in turn repliea| the names of more than 350 war| off.—Reuver. nion. ;Uppe. The mine is one of sev-l ers Union are involved. They ar EN ‘ ¢ AND
xe jot December 31,| criminals of Soviet Origin, who Ten thousand members of the, ¢ral whee a county court orde: | asking their employers, Americ. or va We
ye *"tadition of 300 “war| were residing in Finland, who Progressive Mine Workers Union) forbids the union to interfere} Airlines for a 30 cents an hou
. | . g : a /
served during the war in oe] U Ss Pi i decided to-day to resume work) With operations. wage increase, and more secur
the text of the latest| Intelligence and Information | Oe FMSrims tomorrow after agreeing to extend! Earlier two explosions tipp | employment. heaper than any other air line t-
Rote, Moscow Radio said| Services of the Headquarters, an’ | R h R their old contract. They had| ‘rough a 1 red operating a Biry The Company has said it woul are cheaper than any other air line opera
Beye, COVernment “evaded| also in volunteer battalions’ an¢ | eac ome been idle since February 21 mingham, Ala ns ate. One try to maintain flight schedule | ing | een these ¢ ies and the Carib-
to the questi t| other units of the Finnish Army- Th United Mine Workers) ™ent was destroyed in cin ‘in spite of the strike—Reater ing between these countries and the Cari
SLO 9 ru £ 8 3 e J > Mine Workers ] J mS p ‘ . > s Wha oe
® Soviet Gpvertanant ne’ to! in other words, who committec ; ROME, March 1. | yrion conttaant trial ended lat2| &XPlosion at - non- —— 'u “Tac Sidi
bs hot handed over up, crimes in respect of the U.S.S.R | waa Sie aera today in a federal district vou: ee ane > / a 904 sl B ill |
War criming | oO ew York, arrive ere toni ‘ s orry rs have b rd W
thorities iminals to the “The Allied Commission has re~| at the head of an American Holy mee decision is expected before beaten and lorry loads dump Ss sl Di t
i ; , ish y ; peatedly requested the extradition Year pilgrimage. } , od cd tin other outbreak of € e
Btate, that fy ernment simi-| °¢ these people. The Finnish} The Cardinal, who disembarked | Aare _ — cam ; Ht A special loyalty test for foreig elttle ispu = fl «
S about the ad 0. KNOW! Government has every possibility | ay Naples this morning, is expect- doll ag fox eee Lewis’; Scientists was written into a b KINGSTON, Marck !. |
Het ne yor tis | of arresting them and preventing! ed to discuss with the Pope the; @oMar fme for Mr. John L passed by the House of Kepre-| Ip an effort to reduce the fi\
Sf Soviet nati ; of arresting p y . inion , me. '
With the nationality in/ their escape from \he country possible establishment of a Unite 7 ee 2 rq| sentatives to-day. tion among Unions and emplover: ; :
9 Were ioe Siete n of “However, up to September 15. States Legation to the Holy See The Federal Judge wend c The House voted t ». Sees in minor industrial cisputes, tk For full information see
mush auth nih detained by'| 1947, it handed to the Soviet au- American Catholies are .known| the aoe ST a jury, 18 (0) Wational Science Foun *“*) Labour Department has set up a
Sviet 1s thorities only 24 men. These fig-| io favour a permanent represen-| consider whether the uni uch woud conduct researci.| Board of Arbitrators .consistir i ° ae & Cc d
od hote said th a8} ines oie every reason for assert-! tative at the Vatican, instead of| found guilty of contempt be Peferences were de durin jof public-spirited citizens wt Gardiner Austin O., Lt ;
_ uo ! t all these peop re k A presidential en But I ts members have defic ' rde ! t th ente ThE | leal with all the deman
u ; Finr American Pri retuz ' < vape ; ic :
Ameri , he re k ing at prevent,|| General Agenis
: 9 > i not handed over to the} res ntat on at the Holy Sex uld| obedic ;
47 S Ss Bie’ “Souter, ’ a ; aalabals Reuter t efying —Keuter i CP) i SE os ea)
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PAGE TWO

nd

OMMANDER A. D. F. MUR-

RAY, Maryging Director ol

‘ B.W.LA. arrived here yester lay
morning from Trinidad Db)
B.W.1LA. He was accompanice
by Capt. Gordon Store, Regional
Operation Director (S.A.) of

B.O.A.C., London

Commander Murray returned to
Trinidad yesterday afternoon and
Capt. Store is due to leave for
Jamaica today

Delighted

R. AND MRS. J. H. McKenzie
Mrs, C. J.

and Mr. and
Wilson of Toronto, Canada were
arrivals on Saturday morning by
T.C.A., for about three weeks’
holiday and are staying ut
Cacrabank
Mr. McKenzie is President of

James McKenzie and Co., dealers
in hides and skins while Mr. Wil-
son is an electrical cont actor

They are all paying their fir
yicit to the island and expressed
delight at being here especially
after the



they left M ve
about thret na
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Visiting the Caribbean

M* ARTHUR OUTTEN who i
with Standar Telephone
London, is on a tour of

ribbean and part

and Cables

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HIS afternoon tie St. Michael’
Old Girls’ Asso i
neet at their headg io
their Annual Reunion d » tal
over old times and hev ci
rib wonders if tn ar r
them who remember anythin
of Princess Alice’s | t ft
arbados
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Did You See Them?
f‘ARIB took time off yesterda}
\4 to see one of > rehedrs
the Musical Revi H.gl
Tyme,” which opens at the En
Theatre on March 16th
Rehearsal wa f 3
I anyone assing by
Empire Theatre yesterday at that
me would have seen some very
attractive young ladle wearing
r coloured shirt , *
} might be tern
Short Shorts,” arriving the
yf course here are any
the cast as well, but wa

ne looking at the

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daa aa a wialt A FRIEND of
British Guian ezuela al yesterday : at he
Curacac He ha eady Vv ttle ot Champagne i
Bern as, Ji i I 449, he be >
at h H He ho e Wi
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Barbadian Living in
New -York

j R. LISLE C. CARTER, a Bar- |

badian, who is a Dental Surs
geon in New York is on his fifth
visit to Barbados since he first
left thirty seven years ago, He
is here for one month's holiday,

and arrived a week ago after)
spending Carnival in Trinidad
n route,

Dr. Carter obtained his D.D.S.
it the College of Dental and Oral
Surgery of New York -now the
Columbia Dental, College.

He is now a full visiting Dental
Surgeon and member of the Hos-
pital Board of the Harlem Hos-
pital in New York, and a member
{ the American Dental Associa-
iion and Grand Street Boys’ Asso-

ation; for sixteen years he was
President of the Co-operative
partment.

His wife and son did not accom-

nv him on his trip; she prac-
ises Law in New York, and his

yn is also a lawyer. Mrs. Carter
an Assistant to Governor

yas

Thomas Dewey in New York,
during his “Racket Break-
ing” campaign.

A graduate of Smith’s College

Eunice Carter is both M.A.
i B.A., and is the only person
er to graduate with a double
gree from this College. She
‘tained her L.L.B. at Fordham
d L.L.D. at Smith’s. She be-
me Asst. District Attorhey in
ge of Special Sessions before
sie resigned to practise Law
She is a member of the National

1a



foard of the Y.W.C.A. |
Their son Lisle C. Carter, Jr., |
tended Harrison College here

tween 1935 and 1940. He is now

graduate Lawyer and obtained

s B.A. at Dartmouth College

id L.L.B. at St. John’s Univer-
, New York.

Dr. Carter is staying with Mr
Mrs. L. T. Gay at Brighton

«> «»

Scottish Holiday
and Mrs. A. P. Barbour

R
i left on Tuesday for British }
to make |

by B.W.I.A.,
connections with the
» which will take them






i Mr. Barbour is ar
i and has been engaged
the reconstruction work of
Tits Factory, and is now on
ave
They have just returned from
tigu where they spent on
th, staying with Mrs. Ba
parents. They are looking
ard very much to their holida
x
Wt Barbados they wer

and Mrs. Clay-

Evelyn at Rockley Mrs

el and Mrs Barbour ar‘

vn« va ids

Off to England

R AR a Mrs. H. Hazel Hart,
Lyi are off to England for six
Mr. Hart who is Con-
ller of Finance is on long leave
They left yesterday by B.W.LA

r Trinidad and will travel from
Mrs. Hart who ha:

there by ship,



| tresses, Miss Fleming averred.



| industrialist.”
| Rhonda's rostér included: And-e

| Kostelanetz,
; warmth of his music.”

ibald comics, “which gives Charli



hubb)
“You know, I had to

BARBADOS ADVOCATE a aceiaemal



Red Head Goe

For Bald Pates

(By FRANK NEILL)
HOLLYWOOD, (By Mail).

Rhonda Fleming, who owns one
of the most beautiful cfops of red
hair in Hollywood, today rallied
to the suppo.t of the nation’s bali
men. y

With a mighty toss of her titian

“There is abtolutely nothing
wrong with be dheaded men

“] know many men who hav*
‘ost their hair. To me the lack of
locks does not detract in t!
slightest from ‘heir presence cr
ability. A shiny pate does not
handicap them in any way.

“In fact jt even adds to a boy's
charm.

Rhonda continued:

“Take Cecil B. .DeMille, for
instance, To me, and to a lo. ot
other folk, he is Mr. Hollywood
himse’f. Certainly he is one of the
most gracious men I’ve ever met.
Lack of hair hasn't hampered
C.B. he’s a perfect example vt
baldness adding cham.”

The gfeen-eyed gal, who
possesses the same chest measure-
ments as Jane Russell and who
was born in Los Angeles 27 years
ago, pushed her point by selecting
her list of the world’s ten ou‘-
standing bald men:

“Winston Churchill,” she said,
“ig my choice as statesma. is worn
“Sinclair Lewis wins the author's Hamton
berth. Dwight Eisenhower gets the
nod for being the outstandins
eader and Henry Kaise- comes
into the bald bunch as the head

in New York b
Brulatoor, widow

of cultured pearls.
50 pounds Mrs. Brulatoor

is insured for

Other bare-domed big wheels on
Some Chicxen!
PALERMO:

“because of the

Bill Morrow, who produces and

writes Bing C,osby’s air shows, 'n
the radio fie". proprietecr is not happy. He says,a payoff covertly, wished to
Edgar Bergen, first among the that the hen eats as much as 25}arrange a niethod whereby he RINGO k Hf
chickens, which costs more than or at your wash /

McCarthy something to rib fi
boss about.”

George Bernard Shaw, in litera-
ture, “because of his great wit and

«hinning hair.”

grain feeding the hen goes
strike and lays no eggs at all.

CROSS VORD

DeMille, as the globe’s greatest
showman

And Fred Clark, as the lea
actor.

“Fred,” she explained,“ play

my husband in ‘THE EAGLE ANI
THE HAWK.’ John Payne a i
Dennis O'Keefe think he ts !
father, but Fred really is youth-
ful enough to be acceptable as





my

actualiy



stop and think what men are bala












Stable Boy

The world’s most expensive hat
Hope
of
theatre magnate Jules Brulatoor.
It costs $7,500 ( £2,678), is made
As it weighs] his dream immediately ‘after that |
can
wear it only for short periods. It
£5,000.—Express.

: A Sicilian hen has
broken all egg-laying records by
ing 70 eggs in 27 days. But its

he gets for his eggs. If he stops
on loa a



















THURSDAY, MARCH 9

ee

1959

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By FRED DOERFLINGER |
, Princess Elizateth personally |
stepped into the lite of ambitious!
young Ernest Poole and paved}
the way for the fulfilment of his
cream. j

Ernie, 14-year-old, four feet five |
inches and weighing a mere 63
pounds, admittedly is “hors?!
| crazy” althougn the only horses|
he has ridden are stocky farm;
2S. ear his hore »t+ Tever-!

otts



! saf, nghemshire i
Secretly, Rrme painstakingly
composed a letter to Princess|

Elizebeth, telling her of his hopes
of tecoming a jockey and asking’
, her help in finding him a job wivh-
;e racing steble.

i In his letter he said:

“I kndédw you like horses and you
| will understand how I feel about
| chem and why I want to be with

them.”
| By return mail a reply came
| from Clarence House that Ernie’s
jlevter had been forwarded to 4
\ trainer.

Shortly afterward, Ernie re-
ceived another letter, this time
| postmarked Newmarket and sign-
ed by Captain Boyd-Rochfort, the
King’s ‘rainer. -

The letter advised Ernie tha‘|
he had a job and asked him to let |
the captain know when he reaches }
school-leaving age (now 15) so
that everything can be arranged. |

Ernie will finish with books in
September and start working on}





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HOLLYWOOD (By Mail.) 5 I . you wil see in a fishing net
Phil Harris was ielling about 14. Bvidentiy tensed up, (4) _ HOW A BRITISH
his latest visit to his favour 15. The answer is @ question. (3) | NEWSPAPER IS MADE
: ‘ r § 16 Chopped pork sausage. (6) Illustrated Lect
doctor. He had the shakes, like 18. Princely initials. (3) gag 4 ecture by
a hula-hula dancer in an electric Sy Age, whas you Mr. GEORGE HUNTE
\ . this one wails. (7) at the !
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ri . , ini - av 7 Phil said Oh, about a pack ;
Mr. Carmi a. — C : Returns from Trinidad irs was once Matron at the The ade said: “I smoke that 25 Large for an outsider usally.
¢ I ne ed ; ci N e F ae - : me ¥ es f Ceneral Hospital pee oe plan | many myself. I don’t know ex- iis £[——— <<—S>S>__—— >
vues “ ve - T f wPcCorLr ev neu « >» P >IT y T ,
: . ' 4 spend most of their holiday IN | actly.’ 2 An atrious ,
“povee: Centre Ur oe > Uy . ; actly industrious insect, 5 bd
Co ae Ex I c from Trinidad by B.W.LA. yi London, but as Mrs. Hart’s hom The medico asked: ‘Well, how 3. A beautiful border ane Ys) | ROY AL (Worthirgs)
ege, Ex ! A jay Accompanying her wa in the North of England the) +h? A fifth?” +. This ship is a priceless gem. (8)
i elir Klia Barrow, wife. of D1 len pameteiine See’ much? A fifth ; : Thanks 2 muer Pacific | Republic Double before the great concert
F I 5G E wulites, Aken 1 Ofhier also be visiting there ween said Harris, “I spill landers. lse sy bark of the tree Albert DEKKER Evelyn ANKERS
ri } : i eee aw 4 »« »« that much!” 6. } onder there are gs 4 . in !
Health in Georgetown B.G hi * “48 ‘nea here are so many THE FRENC ”
eS eae Oe Wi aiid From Palm Beach The Charms of Solitude querite Shoup tals le Wiss 6 : rag aaa : h 1950 f
‘ Ww. Ss tt at. their hot WAR. and Mrs. Henry Barbe “] think that to see streets, 7. For buildings he provides straw Gene a dof & His Horse on Friday the 3rd Mare
I as a M who are from Palm Beach buildings, landscapes and trees ¢ Sooke peceee wn z | ries? hg Jr
N i ‘ . ‘ , * ae . ‘ om ar Jateies tha 1} 6. SounGs NEC rusque emand onw é 2 e¢ «
- " ex t turn lorida, spent one week in Bar | Prope rly, and to receive the full alter dinner, but many travellers | ea ON THE RIO Between 6.30 and 8.30
Gui t and were guests at tt impact of their particular squalor i Bre ae, 9k Ra ANDE
ony Club, St. James The ugliness, charm or. beauty, it is © = (5) ~ - M8 tiie porn; SSF HRE enone
G nina } ( fere yesterday for Trinidad b almost essential that one should 47 Here you nave & medley. (4) we $2 50
aed < " ’ e, “ ~ 2 his form 1s st > .
: : : “A ;WLA.. en route to St. Thom: be alone. They can be/enjoyed 4)' posse aoe “3) ng shaped. (3) EMPI RE
=p : ‘nia in Islands in company but not fully assim- Riel atieed
Bermud . ilated. To absorb anything visual, Me vone Sin oe ONLY 9.15
solitude is always helpful.’ 1 “ARTHUR °PAKES OVER”
mn m ae . h b William Chappell, the theat: ical witeedtae | _
7 ssigner talking i » BBC pro- ; NNER'S CIRCLE"
4 \ AY , omber designer talking in the BBC pr Se LE
BY | I i] 4 f ee es By Beae c gramme, “I Speak for Myself € jet ening een esau? *
: 7 (a -
FLXPERIMENTS with Mes ore put wasn’t having bo by « sousing chorus: “So she bi" a Ss 2s 5
casinos ro\ but wasn’t hav I ed him in the eye with a rolling
inducing tl ttle J t The Narkover Scandal pin,” followed by “Father, dear YOU MUST SEE... ROXY Ma
eae. Oa caatahh OME a jg, father, come home to us now, For ok ” r 19° Totnight Only 7.20 AKE y,
' nee I ; , ‘ @ we wat your old breeches to l yy 20th C-—Fox Presents OUR
em ou ¢ ike them ppeare hool of pawn “BLACK SWAN” AT
hang ‘ thoug! hat thi proves _ ? ; . . » i tarring " ELE
A litt that it came from the spirit world, Incompatibility EMPIRE 16th & 7th March Tyrone POWER, Maureen O'HARA a FOr Tic “EPHONp
udde n y ! hate Seahioh ris i * pI ‘ese H* was unable, says my paper, PRETEEN SSSA RENO ie CER s CKEy F 3519
I iis ie 00k C= L » » fac © y
i \k \ « Rosca 2, al os rags a to account for the fact that OLY MPIC OR THR
the ceilir j ( a Professor as it may nd it sina she left him after a week of their Lee i CONCERD
ee fe Se as i uy and it generally is marriage. If 1 might hazard a For Two Days ONLY Last Show To-night 9 p.m $ .
ke} ly in natch-box it may—Dr. Smart-Allick him- FRIDAY 3U - ; J SEE
Every day, at 9.24 a.m.,, he knock- self visited Mr. Warblow’s house guess, he Saar RED! _3—SUNDAY 5 8.30 p.m. Final Inst. Republic Serial | & OHN r
ed a piece of tir Vet aaihva vactattay evening fad. sine we (a) used the wrong toothpaste; WARNER BROS. present Larry THOMPSON, S Ne
of felt four es | 2 oe hai petty: salle th ae d (b) had untidy socks; Humphrey Barbara Alexis Helen TALBO! S ST.
sion, v i Oe ea ee 508 (ec) insisted on switching off BOGART STANWYCK — SMITH in i tm ATIO
, I understood the ré for five minutes “ : 2 OF 7 NERY 4
box H « f | hakttes Ht shammonane weit — for five n Ss The TWO Mrs. CARROLLS ’ THE FOREST RANGERS \ SN 4
, . e ec ! 1 view t A re j + “——— he S
going ¢ Fe h nothir € } hing the a : At the (d) wouldn't wait 48 hours in TUES. 7—THURS. 9—Warner’s “DEEP VALLEY” Stuart TAME, i TVA)
happene One ¢ Prof end of the s¢ n Mr. Warblow oo en ee Se Dial 8404 for Reservations serene eee {
“ three minute late, and be i hi ; ‘ 1 c ans. e
‘ uff-links, Dr. Smart- : aaa Os 08s
fore he could knock the bit of Allick’s watch had be os ete) - ndernourished es Ow —
tin against the felt the fy bobbed watches, and a coat with a fur It is clear from the British
wer of the box and vare { sar- collar bejonging to one of the Press that even important ani- | \) Ss a eG ea es
cas ome? t The Professor bookies was lowered out of a mals are_short of their favourite | | 4 t
shamefaced performed his window to an accomplice. It was foods, (Pravda.) W Q@ . ‘¢ \ [ An Explosi
a ee iad ; . an ace ic was s avda. ive
es and the fly went back into difficult to know wW ho vas steal- XCEPT, of course, those who | | ATIC « LUB CINEMA (Members Only) Deuble
tne OX Le nt a is Scie ce ing what from whom, and many can use their influence and Friday, Sunday, Tuesday & Thursday Night at 8.30
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given the authority to try offences of
the police constables having the right to
missiorer of Police, was postponed after some discussion
in the House of Assembly on Tuesday.

e object of this Bill is to amount of tyranny
a the Police Act, 1908, so as 7
authorise Gazetted Officers to
to members

in the colony

anything which would further in-





punishments srease s i i

award — alder ths tani oe c oy uch a situation,
' = eant who are guilty of mis-| a © was told that the degree of
tT sergean or neglect of ‘duuk. ‘tae se pect to the ordinary constables
me chments are restricted to six | Was below what could be desired. It
a: = extra drill, reprimand and Was not right for them to give
agution and in every case there is Uthority for ce.tain members of
/ nt. of appeal to the Com. | the Officer Department of the
. sissioner (Clause 2). The} Police until they had attained that
t snament gives effect, in part, calibre ot officers who would show
49a recommendation contained in| respect to all, regardless of their
i. the Calver Report that the power Station in life.
t 7 awarding punishments for | a

B Sinor offences sis be dele- | Incompatible
’ Faze Dfficers.
; ted to Gazetted C Mr. Adams (L) said that the



ga j k char f |
§ mmins took charge of;
vat and after various sugges- | Suments used by Honourable

the from members agreed to the | Members against the Bill were in-
| Compatible. If they were to say

|that the Commissioner of Police

















: postponement.

Quite Obvious ; Would uphold his junior, then
| Surely the _ present position
Mr..Brancker (C) said that the} was the same. If a sergeant

| pill purported that a constable | under present circumstances re-
© would be able to appeal against | ported that such a man was
= adecision of an officer, but as} guilty of such and such a breach,
: saw it, the circumstances of }would not the Same argument
appeal would be like an appeal} hold?
fom Caesar’s wife to his ghost. |
was quite obvious that the; At the present time, time was
fommissioner would uphold the! being wasted when officers: had
guthority of those just below him | to come to town with their wit-
f preference to the lower police- {| nesses to make a case. The
~ men. | whole day’s trend of duties were

a } usually disrupted
© It was a different matter to The Honourable member for
Making a case from a Police Magis- |

r John should be careful and
Mate to an Assistant Court of | not make such loose remarks as

St

fae appeal. They could not be that | «unlimited power”. The power!
te of impartiality. The ten-}| was limited

ee ne Strict ‘discipline Up) te hoped Gut: Mal@erebis

Eheld in such DERARSICHYS was Of | members who had expressed

Beeeneracier which would Sup-| ti cin foarte about their misgivings

Beg once? against & polices | id gan there was nothing

man. horrible in their misgivings.

Waste of Time

Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) said
| that if they felt it was a waste of
| time in letting an officer take a case

From that view he would move
that further consideration of the
matter be postponed. It was a
question which called for further
consideration than he was sure

™ eeeorty ¥ we lin town, there was no reason why
eee 280 given: tt: | they could not allow the Deputy
Mr. Crawford (C) said that Commissioner of Police to go

inthe objects and reasons of the \ around the island to settle cases.

Bill it had been pointed out that He did not agree with the trial

tne Police” oe rs of a constable being conducted

pee, te Bening ao by a Superintendent. In the

authorise the officers to weight try the officer wt ‘rae in
© the punishment of members of | “°™y the officer who was

charge of a platoon did not try

the rank of ser- 4
cases against constables. The}

the force below

nt who were found guilty of . >
Riondtuct or negligence. The | Company Commander tried the
Bill went on to state that the | cases of offences. ;
policeman hed a right to appeat In the Superintendent’s posi-|
fo the Commissioner in every | tion ke would not be sufficiently
case. removed from the men to settle
. The senior member for St. Lucy | any cases with a totally unbiased Ti
; had observed that in a matter of | feeling.
. that sort they should go very ss
carefully and view the Calver| J" the Force the Deputy Com-

missioner was sufficiently far
; removed from the actual work-
ing of the Police that he could
view any disturbances with an
impartial eye and give a decision
that most likely the constable

Recommendations closely.
Time Not Ripe

He did not think the time was
yet Tipe for the execution of the



i feesre change: If it were /himself would have preferred.
Es on the basis of the reasons ;
) by the Honourable Senior Mr. Reece (E) said he natu-
; ber for St. Thomas, there | Tally agreed that they should go
Was but little use in supporting | to the more convenient step of
: the Bill. preventing all cases having to go
| to town. Another question, how-
They had to bear in mind apari | ‘ever, was that of who should try
fom the reasons given by the | the eases of offences and that

Calver Report, many other rele-

was how the dfficulty arose.

Bees ince ee > If the Commissioner ens oe
; . roper person to deal with the
fom the ranks to become officers. ee. then he should go

For psychological and other rea- around to the various districts.

fms the officer from the ranks

Would have more difficulty in{ It would always generally be
Maintaining discipline in the felt by the policeman that even
ranks than the previous officers | j¢ the officer was right and his
had had. punishment by no means harsh,

there would still be that degree
of satisfaction lacking if he had
not had the dispute threshed out
by the Commissioner. In _ nis
role as a lawyer he had always

| It was alright to say that a
defaulter should appeal, but it
WaS not so easy as it looked. It
Was difficult to imagine a Police

? issioner going against an

in a yer aan found that people were more
_ co vee satisfied when a matter finally
He then seconded the motion for| Went to a High Court,
Postponement.

Dr. Cummins (L) said he saw
no good that could be achieved
by postponing the questiory but
he appreciated the suggestion of
the Honourable members and from
that angle he would accept the
postponement.

») Mr. Allder (L) said that he was
Ma position of informing them that
Hw majority of the men involved
hot appreciate the ultimatum
ofthe Bill. He felt that they had
tihalong suffered from a certain





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ur an nister infil
Griffiths Will Urge under any si ister influence,
ue ~ ets J Pe: rs me . ea y= from speaking & . 99 ‘. f
a Out in a ¢ ‘t of law
Improvements | : : = ot declared, was i Soaping dulls ee
2 ; a , Was under |
er Pare 1 | @ “rom Pore 1 “H S not released r any daptens pressure from any | q
" —a | particular 0 cet |
through the colonies, you will not | purpose prejudicial to the safety | own case te Vee vteae? The Chik Tus i f
think him prim and schoolmaster- | and interest of the State.” were re ed.” S said: a ae iis seaciae a oa ve Gee 7
ly. He is certainly a mah “There is no need for e to Sir H lows ae ai¢ a — rat apd Curds Bennett |
jwith @ Sehse of mission, but/ko further into the prisoner's |“freely and vol te nl fore ee neat Fuchs “stands be- | ‘
| nobody etl a call him | Paokboen: etiam nee ee | fore me as @ sane man, and not | :
} “But in the statement, which banis of " id een es one relying upon Schizorsrena. ,
; the stz t, 1 j basis of the evidence $e ‘dean aaa “ 4
_ His most pleasant characteristic | the prisoner has miade, and whieh Sir Hartley a luded by say-| of the Gaee on ae men, the
is that he delights in tinding|forms the whole basis of this ing Fuchs his confession | country could have on its che nd } 4
younger people with vision and| Prosecution, the questions of mo- | while he was still a free man ~ VG OS S58 Gores,” | i
energy, ped x ,S0 inextricably _mixed “able to come and go as he chose, | .. pentencing Fuchs, Chief Justice i
He makes followers easily, more} Wit questions of fact that 7 think | consult his friends and take the | Goddard told him, “You might
than any other man at the head, /t Would be right, both in fairness | advice of his lawyers. But un-j have imperilled the friendship
of the Labour Party; he is one/!® the prisoner and in a warning | happily, no assistance he can now | between this country and the
who is grieved by the self-evident | ® others, | to say some words ! give can repair the damage he | great American Republic, with
jfac’ that youths are no longer about motives. The motives do | has already done.” ; | whom His Majesty is Allied.
inspired by Socialism. make explicable facts, which in | a : ‘You have done irreparable
| . Politically, James Grifiths is | the absence of professed motives | Sinister Confessions | harm to. this land, and to the |
power. As Chairman of the La-| ight be difficult to understand,” | United States—and you did it for
bour Party, he is certainly “No i Shawcross declared. | rte, brosecuting Counsel added | the hope of furthering your
3” in rl Far ea ; ae S : ; ‘Mat British courts would not act} motives. i
a pa eral gaia after Att A Communist jon “sinister confessions, extracted |
ete ee : : "i ji one way or another after a/ Lord Goddard asked whether
Within a day of his reaching the Sir Hartley continued: “The long period of aural ticurere. Britain would now “dare to give
Colonial Office, James Griffiths | prisoner is a Communist, and that /tion, and by
|

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long-term contract

will ask for a full report on vhe

costs of living, the state of hous-
ing, the state of health services.
and measures that are taken
against povert'y in esch and every
colony.

I can say that because I know

what his attitude is towards the

Government. Where the previous
Colonial Secretary was primarily
interesved in the development of
polittcal movements, Mr. Griffiths
will be interested first and fore-
most in the improvement of every-
day life. ‘

James Grfffiths may not
av the Colonial Office for a
time. This Government may
last long.
Griffiths has been sent to the
Colonial Office on a mistaken im-
pression that it is one of uhose

stay
long

appointments that can easily be}
|

skimped.

Wrong Impression ?

If Attlee’s Government has t
face the electorate again soon it
will need Griffiths as one of it:
campaign stars. He has the merit
of not being a “left winger’
within the Party, and yet he is
trusted by the “left”—miners and
doctrinaire Socialists—at the same
time he is a disarming and popu-
lar, easy tempered man, suitable
for appeal to the middle classes

After the Prime Minister's politi-
cal speech tacticians reckoned that
the radio speech Griffiths made
was the most effective for Labour
in the whole campaign.

—By Cable.



Brit. Guiana
Timber Survey

LONDON, By Mail.

A special contributor to “The
mes” in an article from Manaka,
British Guiana, surveying timber
resources in the Colony, says that
one compiaint is that the Colonial
Development Corporations plan is
not benefitting Guiana quickly or
directly,

“At its peak,” says the article,
“it will employ only 700 workers,
This obviously does not go to the
root of Guiana’s problem, which
may be summarised as follows:
The recent eélimination of the
malarial mosquito has caused a
sharp up-curve in the population
graph.

“At the same time the terms of
the United Kingdom contract
limit the development of the
sugar industry, on which nearly

a quarter of the population, num- | The
depend. } badly planned when it was con-

bering in all 400,000,

Some increase in efficiency here is | structed

not |
It is possible, of course, |

|

;no

| opened

is at once an explanation, and,
indeed, the tragedy of this case.

edy.

The Communist part of his
mind thus allowed him to do
things which the other parts of
his mind recognised clearly were
wrong.

Indeed, his statement so far
we have been able to check
we believe to be true. It is
object lesson on the meaning

as
it,
an
of

}modern Communism.

Shaweross said that Commun-
ists in Great Britain were com-
paratively few, but supporters of
Communism believed it was
necessary to become potential
traitors to their own country in

sillusioned, and

country

doubt was
came to place |}



Sir Hartley read an extract
from a statement by Fuchs telling
of his decision to serve Commun-
ism.

“I remember clearly
the newspaper
train”, the statement said. “I
immediately realised the signifi-
cance of the underground strug-
gle, which had started. I took my
coat, where I had carried it.

I was ready to accept the
philosophy of the Party, as right
in the coming struggle”.

in the

Politics

Sir Hartley Shaweross said that
Fuchs was granted British nation-
ality only after the most exhaus-
tive inquiries had been made
Fuchs seemed to take no active
interest in politics, nor was he
known at any time to have asso-
ciated with British Communists
He was interned in Canada early }
in the war, but at the beginning |
of 1942 when the danger of a|
German invasion on Britain was
feared, Fuchs was released.



He then went to Glasgow Uni-
versity to pursue academic
studies.



Bungalow To
Be Rebuilt

(Barbados Advocate ¢». respondent)

4NTIGUA (By Mail)

Barclays Bank bungalow at Sv.
Johns, Antigua, is going to be
completely demolished tu ground
level. The present bungalow has
a very attractive appearance from
the street with well kept
grounds and one of the best kitch-
en and flower gardens in the city.
house itself was originally

‘wenty-two years ago

thi “eral -ears the whole of
still possible through mechanisa- | Within recent years the whole of

tion but the immediate

results the northern side of the building

even of that would be a decrease, aS sunk so badly and the cost of

not an increase in employment.
is necessary therefore to find
other outlets.”

Mentioning the Government rice
mill erected some years ago, the
writer adds:

“There seems a case for the
erection of another, either through
private or public investment.
present severe floods are inter-
ferring with the rice production,
also there is an _ unsatisfactory

for the sale of rice to the British
West Indies.”—B.U.P.

J

At]

|

in operation

|





It repairs so high that it is consider-

@d more satisfactory to build
afresh, starting from new founda-
tions. The new plan is one of a
four-bedroom bungalow and is
not expected to be completed in
less than nine months. Mean-
while, the manager, Mr. A. M.
Bates, and Mrs. Bates are experi-
encing a week of transporiing
most of the furnishings five mile
yut of town to Hodges Bay where
they will reside. Mrs, Bates great-
est worry during her absence from
the bank bungalow will be the
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Apart from the great harm he has j
done to the country, it is a trag- |

the interests of the other Inter- |
| national Communist Movement
“And so, this brilliant scientist, |

and |
|himself in this terrible position.”

when I}

methods whieh are; shelter to political refugees, who
characteristic of proceedings in| May be followers of this perni-
certain foreign countries, cious creed of Communism, who

Before that statement was. \well may disguise themselves and
made, there was on evidence, | bite the hand that feeds them.
upon which Fuchs could have/ Fuchs heard the sentence without
been prosecuted. In making his | any show of emotion. “I have had
jStatement, Fuchs had voluntarily |@ fair trial,” he said, and thanked
given information, which had /the court and staff of Brixton
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Thursday,





March 2, 1950





— |
Geverning Two

Countries

MR. ATTLEE’S Caretaker Government

will have caused no surprise in the Colonies.
-- The main offices have been retained by Mr.

Attlee, Mr. Morrison and Sir Stafford
. > Cripps and the reshuffling of many Minis-
* + ters has little political significance.

| As far as thé Colonies are concerned, the

continuity in office of a Welshman is carry-
- ing on a tradition begun by Lord Hall and
‘carried on by Mr. Creech Jones. Mr.
‘James Griffiths is an ex-Blacksmith and
* author of a book on coal. Since 1945 he
** has been Minister of National Insurance.
- * His appointment is therefore again in keep-
4 4 ing with the tradition that the office of
) Seeretary of State for the Colonies should
be a step in the ladder of promotion to
Cabinet rank.

But the fact that few people in the Col-
> * onies had ever heard of Mr. Griffiths is a
} symbol of what must be expected from the

present uncertainties of British political

life.

The appointment of a Bevan or a Strachey
to fill the post of Secretary of State at this
critical period in the tide of British politi-
‘al life would have meant the injection of







a new note in Colonial policy, at a time
484 when the British cannot rely on the results
hee in of the General elections as a mandate for
eee any one political party to carry on a con-
ys troversial programme.
, i It is well for the West Indies that the
caretaker period is to be carried on for |
it i them by a man who has no reputation for
AE aggressiveness, but who is certain to have

his sympathies sufficiently attuned to the
needs of Colonials that his short tenure of
office—if it be short-—will be used to assist
the Colonies in much the same way as Mr.
Jones’ efforts were aimed in this direction.

The larger question arising not so much
from the announcement of Mr. Attlee’s
* >} Cabinet as from the narrow majority ob-
))) tained by Labour is what will be the future
' of the British Government.

It must be obvious that any Labour Gov-
ernment would find it impossible to get a
majority even within its own political camp
for any kind of controversial legislation.

/ It is a reasonable inference that the main-
| tenance of Mr. Bevan as Minister of Health
| is a sure sign that the Left of Labour must
be kept in check until the results of another
electién decide whether the swing is still
to the right or back to the left.

And the announcement of Mr. Attlee’s
‘ieee. Cabinet confirms the original speculation
sed of most political commentators that a coali-
aS + tion was impossible because of the clear

Mie? signs given by yoters that they were in

iF ' | fact voting for one way of life or another.

han
a j armed camps.

a







There can be no coalition between two



i it But if a coalition has proved impossible
Hia0m it is equally clear that there can be no
2" Socialism. The overall effect of the Gen-
ee eral elections was in fact the triumph of



the Tories over a party which had pointed
to its bye-election victories as a sure sign
predominantly So-

that the country wa

elections prove that

there are two countries in Great Britain

Socialist and Conservative Neither can
carry out controversial legislation based
on the triumph of either point of view.
Therefore there must be a new election

s00n
Whether that election will follow a Bud-
get which
of Li
er period of concentration on tackling de

affairs

| itself indicate a new policy
whether it will follow a long-
fence and no can
prophesy. The mpst one can confidently
say, is that Mr. Attlee’s Cabinet is a fitting
Cabinet for Minister
present position is only accurately describ-
able as Head of a Caretaker Government.
The Colonies should benefit from a period

foreign one

Prime whose

of political truce.

ae

Labour Not Down-Hearted



| slaughtered



Wicksteed And The Lion

Bernard Wicksteed In Darkest Afriea

TSAVO NATIONAL PARK,

KENYA, (By Mail).

HAD an experience this week

that was rather unusual. I
was bitten on the behind by a
lion. Circus trainers put ther
heads in lions’ mouths and live
to tell the tale, but I went into
the mouth of this lion backwards
and lived to sit down.

The lion, or rather the lioness
(they're more to be feared than
the male), made this barefaced
attack on the Press a place
called Tsavo. You may have
heard of it, because there's a
famous book called “The Man-
eaters of Tsavo” that every red-
blooded boy in my day
practically knew by heart.

The original man-eaters lived
bere at Tsavo when the railway
was being built from Mombasa
to Uganda. There were two of
them, and they ate 28 Indian
cooles and scores of uncounted
Africans. Before they were
finaly shot by the engineer in
charge they had caused a three
weeks’ strike on the line—not
for more pay, but for fewer
man-eating lions

They are now in the Chicago
Natural History Museum, stuffed
with sawdust instead of people

So you can sée that, if you
have to be bitten by a lion
Tsavo is the place to choose

Of course I didn’t go there for
exactly that purpose. I went be-
cause in time to cone Tsavo is
going to be famous for somethine
more than man-eating lions. I!
is going to be one of ‘the few

Jaces ‘in Africa where your
erandchildren and mine wil be
eble to see elephant, rhino, anc
cther big game outside a circus

z00
The wild life of Africa is being
at such a rate to
make way for ground--nuts and
sett’ers and to satisfy sportsmen
that unless something is done
about it soon many species will
become extinct in our lifetime

So Tsavo and an area round it
as big as Kent and Surrey put
together have just been set aside
as a national park where the
animals can live at peace with
man if not with one another

At the moment this area is
being run by a couple of men
and two boys of 19

Lion’s Welcome

NE of these wardens asked
me if I’d like to stay with

or

him at his camp. I jumped at
the chance, little guessing that

he'd got a descendant of the man-
caters staying with him as a pet

The warden met me aé the rail-
way and drove me back to his
camp. As we puled up at his
tent two dogs and a lion came
bounding out to meet us.

I don't know if you've ever
been welcomed by a friendly lion
but its a thing you don't forget

“Take no notice” said my
host picking up my hat and
dusting it. “It’s only Iola. She
won't hurt] you. Down, Io"a,
down. There’s a good lion.”
lola is nine months old and

weighs 170 Ibs. She was brought
up on tinned milk, cod liver oil,
vitamin tablets and calcium in-

jections. She eats about 30 Ibs
of meat at a meal

“They're much the same
bring up as babies,” said
warden, who is a fami'y man
himself. “When she'd finished
her bottle I used to put her over
my shoulder to get her wind up.”

As with kittens, lions intended
for pets must be house-trained
How do you house-train a lion’
You squirt .the great beast with
an insecticide gun until he learns
to behave.

to

the

Lien’s Game

OLA was brought to the house
when she was five days old.
A native ranger found her alon



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Book Review



An Elizabethan Sea-Dog

HAWKINS OF PLYMOUTH
By JAMES A WILLIAMSON
(Black 25/-)

THIS is not the first time that

Dr. Williamson has written about
this period of English maritime
history, nor indeed the first time
that he has written about Sir
John Hawkins. His “Age of
Drake”, a study of the English
Seadogs, showed him to be the

leading authority on Tudor sea-
history, and twenty-two years ago
|he wrote a life of Hawkins which
was based on the most compre-
hensive research he was able to
make at that time

Since then much new material
|has become available, the most
important being “Caribbean Doc-
uments” collected by Miss I. A.
Wright from the Spanish Archives
of the Indies and published by the
Hakluyt Society. In view of all
this new material and the natural
change in his own judgment and
outlook over the years, Dr. Wil-
liamson decided not to revise his



MR. ATTLEE told 2,000 Labour supporters In

London last night “I am not going to suggest as

to when we shall have another election, but

elections come from time to time”. He described

x the election result as “a remarkable victory” for
ei) Labour

& “We a t the shtest bit down-hearted,”

he said.

“Of course, We nave :
have we had an
ment?

“We have i

dificult job, but when
the Labour Govern-

eas)

one in

Sow

fight, and we will fight again”.



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OUR READERS SAY:

















previous work but to write a
completely new viography ‘of
Hawkins

“Hawkins of Plymouth” is not
up to the standard of the “Age of
Drake,” at any rate not so far as
the general reader is concerned.
It is in fact a historian’s book,



By lan Gale

and the amount of material that
Dr. Williamson has collected is at
times rather overwhelming. Not
content with merely chronicling
the events of each voyage, he
tells us every little detail—the
winds, tides and the state of the
ship’s hull. Also, the book records
the history of the whole Hawkins
family—William, John and Rich-
ard—in other words, it covers the
complete sixteenth century

John Hawkins made several
slaving voyages, the first one be-
ing in 1862. It is interesting to

note what the author has to say
about slaving:” In the sixteenth
century no one saw anything
wrong with the slave trade, Cer-

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at 9.00 a.m.

Police Display
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Mobile Cinema at Boscobel
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at District



f

in the bush like a lost|

child
Lionesses are good ne:ghbours

crying

When one of them wants to pop)
out for the meat the others will]
look after her cubs. In [Iola’s}

case something went wrong with |
the cub-sitting arrangements

Life is full of little. surprises
when you live in a camp with a
12%-stone kitten at large. You
may be sitting at dinner whet
something under the table starts
eating your foot.

Forgetting for the moment it’s
a lion you try to kick it off, an
that is taken as a signal that
you're feeling playful too, an
would like a little game

In a flash the table’s over-
turned, and you’re flat on your
back in the dust with a purring
lion on your chest.



Lion's Roar

T dusk the warden had the

native servants light a fire
in front of the tents and another
at the back.

“You ought to have been her:
last night,” he said nonchalantly .
“An old lion came and stood five |
yards in front of the tent ana |
roared at me. I want to s cep
tonight. I’ve lighted the fires.’

After this, the conversation
turned, not unnaturally, to lions
Here are some of the facts 1)
learned: —

LIONS have more bacteria :n
their claws than their teeth sc
it’s better to be bitten than
clawed.

LIONS like to eat you fee!
first, and leave your head til
last, though they may eat your
ears as hors d'oeuvres

LIONS don't like fires but the
origina! man-eaters of Tsavi
became so bold they lay down
in front of them to eat the'r vic-
tims.

I can’t think why, but after |
this conversation I didn’t sleep |

very well. |

Lion's Spring

HE fires died down, and as
everyone else was as'eep I
erept out in my bare feet, armed
with nothing more lethal than a

penknife, and stoked them up
again.

Some time after this a leopard
approached the camp. | didn’t
see it, but the dogs did and woke
every one up. Leopards adore
eating dogs and baboons, and, for
all I know, newspapermen, too
Instead of shooting it, the warden
drove it off with a thunderflash
(one of those things like giant
squibs we used to make bangs
with at battle schools)



After that we all went to bed
again, and when dawn came I
thought the worst was over. But}
oh no. The servants filled 4!
canvas bath behind my tent, and, ;
unaware that IP was being stalked |
by the playful Iola. | took off!
my clothes aid bent down to feel|
the heat of the water. !

And that was the moment she |
sprang. Everyone but me thought |
it frightfully funny. |

—L.E.S.



tainly John Hawkins, who was |
sensitive about his good name, }
was not ashamed of it.. he |
saw the bloody and capricious |

tyrannies to which the negroes}
were subject in Africa, he knew |
that some negroes voluntarily |
gave themselves to the slavers in |
order to escape, and he knew also|
that the negroes were valuable |
eriough in the western colonies |
to ensure from their owners|
treatment which must have |
seemed quite decent to the poor |
souls themselves. That would
have been his answer if anyone}
had argued about it. But no one}
did. Much morality is relevant to}
time and place. What is wrong |
to-day was right yesterday.” But
surely Hawkins must have ap-
preciated the suffering the slaves
endured during the Middle Pas-!
sage? However, he was a trader,
and slaves were a valuable com-
modity.

Although most readers will find
this book rather too long-winded,
it contains some exciting chap-
ters on Hawkins’ third voyage to)

the Caribbean and the. Spanish| <

betrayal in San Juan de Ulua. |
Perhaps the most distinctive]
feature of the book is fhe author’s
obvious enthusiasm for the period}
about which he writes.





Bus Drivers Get More Than Sixth Form Masters

Potatoes—Its Economic Chaos In

land Flowing With State
Milk And (Dried) Eggs

By Peter ONeill

United States newspapers record these two cur- |
rent items:— |
1) A child at a Briminghan, Alabama, school did not |
eat lunch because he was adhamed of the one biscuit |
his mother had given him. His coal-miner fathor has |
worked two days only this year because of strikes |

2) There is so much food in stock in the U.S. at the}

moment that divided among 1,000,000 people, each
wuuld get» an egg a day fdr seven years, two
pounds of potatoes a day for three years, and a4
quart of milk a day for two years

Add to these reports the fact that the U.S.
Government has more eggs, potatoes and other
foodstuffs in stock than it can even give away,
the wail of American farmers that their incomes |
sre declining, and the assertion by an expert that |
aever have so many American miners’ children |
been so hungry as today. (The little boy in Bir-
ningham is no iso ated case).

PENALTY FOR EATING

It now pays a farmer in America better io grow
potatoes for pigs that will be bought by the Gov-
_rnment at inflated prices than it does to feed
hem to humans. In fact there is a financial |
penalty attached to eating “State potatoes”’.

Put plainly the United States produces far more
food than it can ever consume and its interna:
politics dictate that the Government shali con- |
iinue to make this profitable for farmers instea.l
sf letting ample supplies enforce lower prices. |
The surplus cannot be exported because would-be
customers in a world with considerable “hungr-
satches” do not have the dollars. They ‘ack
‘hem because the United States nearfng produc-
ive self-sufficiency, does not import enough |

So the not-so-merry-go-round twirls w th
farmers and politicians gaily ridfmg the hobby-
norses and the public paying for the tickets.

BASIS OF THE LAW

A’ready the United States Government devotes }
»ver £1,400,000,000 in subsidising out of taxes the
rices farmers receive for their produce—not to}
owering the price at which they are sold in the
shops And the law lays it down that the Gov-
“rnment must decide how far they will “support”
arm produce on the basis of supply and demand |
or a given item, the importance of the national}
economy and to agriculture, ability to dispose |
f what is thus State-bought, and the ability and
villingness of producers to keep supplies in /ine
with demand.

In practice that last consideration means th
villingness of producers fo grow less food, breed |
ewer animals, if it becomes necessary to heighten
he market value through a little judicious arti-
ficial shortage. |

No wonder the Government and the public are |
becoming alarmed at the trend of the euphemis- |
icall'y-termed “support” programme. The farmers
ievertheless see their war-time prosperity fading
iespite all supports. Total U.S. farm income}
lropped by £714 millions in the past two years}
ind may decline as much again during 1950. It}
is said that agricultural expenses have risen by
£350 millions odd since 1947.

Yet the farmers—it is a Government
estimate—are making twice as much
money as before the war!

, THE GREAT POTATO SCHEME |

Farmers point to the fact that in January the
number of hired workers employed was a new
ow record at 992,000, a 1 percent. decline on a
year ago. But, U.S. farming is largely a family



iffair with far fewer numbers employed frem
yutside, and the total agricultural workers at
the moment, including farmers’ families, is

7,310,000.

There is no doubt farming booms still. More eggs
and milk are being produced than ever before in
U.S. history. Hogs are in over-supply, even more
so are potatoes.

A farmer can sell potatoes to the Government at
10s. 5d. a cwt. They stay on the farm, however. The
Government can’t get rid of them, so when the}
Agriculture Department man turns up with a)
cheque for the money due, the farmer gives him
another cheque in exchange and gets his own
potatoes back for livestock feed—at rattyr less
than a penny per cwt. Profit 10s. 4d. a ewt. and



EGG PLAN

no moving costs to pay! |

other places,

because

children are staying from
they’ve
to boil into a stew for such as do turn up.

The Government suggests now that egg prices
should go-up a bit because farmers have not got
less for them since the depression of the '30’s and
they are cutting down orders for baby chicks. That
will force the price up swifty and viciously in the
autumn and winter. So the Government
must buy some eggs to help out.

But—1950 began with 2,600 million eggs in Gov-
ernment

feels it

warehouses alone—17
weman and child in the nation. In under two
months it added another 180 million—all in the
form of dried powder, some of which the Govern-
ment failed to sell to Britain.

Retail egg prices range from 1/9d. to 3/8d. a
dozen. Farmers complain these prices mean they
can only buy nine pounds of poultry feed per
dozen eggs sold instead of the usual 12.8 pounds.

PIGS AND POLITICS
Pigs account for about 12 percent of all farm

for every man,

ducing belt is a key area in the Congressional
€ lections this autumn. Political observers confidently
forecast that farmers will not lose on pigs if the
Government can help it.

To end up with potatoes. Another bright Gov-
ernment plan which even officials don’t think will
work goes like this. For three farthings you can
buy a Government sack (worth 1/242d.)

100 pounds

potatoes If you eat them, however, you must pay
the Government £1. 1s. extra per sack, if you throw
them away you must pay 7/2d.

You can export them if you can find a buyer—
but not to Canada, Cuba, or the Caribbean. It will
cost you about 12/6d. to get one sack across the
Atlantic where you might find a buyer at 12/lid. a
sack Profit 5d. Loss to the U.S. Government
id/-

And there are 65 million bushels
potatoes before the spring crop.

of surplus





Meanwhile back in Birmingham and plenty of)

schools
got no food and teachers make
house to house collections for vegetables and bread

income from market and the greatest pork ma

It holds
of free potatoes. You can have as
many sacks as you like but you must also take the





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(
To The Editor, The Advocate, mittee declared that some 40 xr Electricity Consumers Association Is the B.A.F.A, run by their own some scoring, and whe as Sa a oe ra (

SIR,— Your interest on behalf cent of the university anus’ of is only the first of many petition- rules or not? Any’ Association Coppin’s ae I on cee one have had Mr. Constantine’s }
of schoolmasters is shared bythe scientists was needed in the ing bodies which will attract the automatically ceases to exist if to see Rollox with such fine figures wee i 9 = Seneca, and . we}
London Spectator. In a reecnt schools, but owing to the im- attention of Government. the Annual General Meeting is not and decided to look up my recenaeeie coe 5 oo eo the preseny | |
editorial the Spectator wrote mensely more attractive condi- Far too long have the people called according to the time speci- and this is what I saw. Rollox 90 et oe: wo to get into a D

‘one’ ‘cry 08 the underpaid tions offered by industry it is of Barbados been made to pay eon their rules. Has this been overs, 14 maidens, 286 runs, 2 absence etek ane in’ the |
Pe Be AS an ait notorious that competent science take it o leave it prices for a a to? ; wickets, that gives the splendid Obviously Mr, Constantine ha’ | \

Sten in the post-) _ ear’ £O masters are virtually unobtain- utility services of all kinds. The re Agenda for the Council figures at 143 runs per wicket 2 chip on his shoulder he |}
often in the post-war years that able. If the question is asked, why failure of private enterprise to Meeting 3rd Item 3—“Receive SCORER ot i eer. vot be i
mere reiteration has in some chould any university graduate of build homes for any but the Annual Report & Financial State. Blow ifard : thoula be old enough now to} |
cases deadened its effec’. But any competence become a school- well-to-do or the poor, and the ment for 1949 Seasyn”—if this is am ee - an people like a}
Mi x g address given by master, the only answer must be bankruptcy of Government plan- correct, why have e7 annual Gen- To The Editor, The Advocate ee ee ever his complex. | |
Mi Woolley » Educ ational that he feels a definite vocation ning with respect to bringing down eral Meeting? 4 SIR,—In a review of his bool ion may be. ; ;
ps y~oT the Oxford Univer+ for that calling. That does happen, the high cost of living are both JOHN SHANNON “Cricket Crackers” Mr. L. N. wm |
ated prone Board, to the and the community is content to shown up. It is time that respon- “Tenby,” Constantine is reported to have Flat (Sic
Incorporat« ; A oclation of Head- exploit such a “man's ideals sible citizens put private enter- Hastings Stated that “nowhere .n the wo! id T . @ ( ic) Rate «
masters on Tuesday stated the shamelessly. But even that will prise on its mettle and by associa- : ‘vith the possible exception of To The Editor, The Advocate, th
Spey language it 15 NDPOS- pot continue, for a man must, tion give a lead to Government Correction South Africa of D. Malan, is th SIR,—Anent the criticisms of
oe ~ io oe ee nerd most properly, think of his wife in organising public utilities. To The Editor, The Advocate, colour bar more evident in cricket the Electric Corporation I can add
oh : may be selected onq children; has he a right to Cheap houses, electricity, gas SIR,—-Allow me to correct Mr, “han in our land.” Surely this * amen quipte
the i ar a ‘ condemn them to poverty by en- water and transportation are Coppin in connection with A, B, Statement has little significance 2? poration asked me to

cl : A he tering an underpaid profession requisites for development. But Rollox’s bowling figures. Mr. When one considers that the first- 22™°° to what was called a Fiat

; } ule | eas * when he could enter a well-paid unless citizens who pay the bills Coppin states it his artick The class icketing ountri ne Rate of one dollar. I agreed, but i
: , pe on one? The sequence is plain — protest where shall we find sup- B.G.-Barbados Test Keview® that England, Australia, West Indies, W2€® my account came along the i
i teachers, second-rate port Rollox sent down 90 overs for 103 New Z d. India a Sou ), Flate Rate was no n - {
entrants econd-rate SYMPATHISER ins and took three wickets, and Africa. | tatement boile Gellar but $1.20. On enquiry \
pu i-rat on i : r ' t 1. a 1 ‘ W ] that
and tt Football Association te ‘ te ‘ = K ¢ :
I \ ting pr tu We c 4
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9

MARCH

police H.Q.
Inspected
By Adviser

Hei RSD AY



Cc. JOHNSON, lice |
savicer to the Secretary ot |
fevied out a general in- |
oer, Central Police |

, at the }
' » Monday He inspected
on }

» Barracks, Police Can-
ce aaa
' numerous Offices.
‘4g his tour of inspection
Dn

secompanied by Colonel}

sshelin, Commissioner o
, Ser R. A. Stoute, Deputy
Ncigner, and Capt. ee a
“Guperintendent in charge of

7 Mi

Bicson will be presiding
H ‘nonference of Police Com-
i ea the Caribbean Area
mw FELL in nearly every
on Monday night ana
morning. Those
best aistributea

tor the

paris
. Juesday
ars were the
ie island ad past
ge with 62 parts, record-
viest rainiall while no
Came in from St. Lucy o1
. While the City record-

warts during the night,
Hill district had three
.. i and 30 during



+ raintall returns during the
n Monday and up to 6 o clock
1 fay morning were: City 25
Station Hill District 33 parts,
Tie St. Peter 7 parts, St.
T parts, St. James 39 parts,
Gwirew 12 parts, and St. John



WABLE is now being put

Mown along Lucas and
Moe Streets by the Electric
: This cable will run

West Indian Knitting Mill
the Central

bs opposite

PABOUT 10.20 p.m. on Mon-
ay the body a woman
as Lilly Downes was dis-
along Bulls Alley by
Skeete, a resident of Bulls

Â¥

f
ol

pe reported the matter to}
lice and the body was later
ato the Public Mortisg.ry. |
py was performed yes-

|

|

9 |

LOSS of a pig valued $4.32]
reported by Mr. Edwin |
Manager of Andrews
He stated that the
removed from the Plan-

on Monday

”
tion.

|
ACCIDENT occurred at the
junction of Bay Street and
tic Gap at about 6.45 p.m.
day between the motor van
owned by the Adams
Dairy Farm, Christ Church,
by Cnarles Best of
Village, and a bicycle
ad ridden by Carlisle}
batch of Rockley.
Mbatch injured both
He was treated at the
i Hospital and discharged.

|



» 62 parts, St. Thomas |

1950





a ii cli a a

THE CAR—after the smash on

an

Spooner’s Hill

Amalgamation Would
Benefit W.I. Police

Conference Opens Today

AMALGAMATION of the British
Forces into one composite Force is am

West Indian Police |





Although most of his experience] ists that there was so a



meh pedal, crank and front

the cycle were damaged.
ft head lamp and left
mier'of the van were also

HY

OUT 7.15 p.m. on Sun-
Ya fire of unknown origin
hat Andrews Plantation,
and destroyed
fist crop ripe canes, They

ed and are the property
ime Plantation,

RéeD 2%

}
|

MCOIDENT took place at
‘omer of Prince William
ald Parry Streets at about
®0n Friday between the
vin M-1424, owned by
er of Hindsbury Road,

Ht by Frederick Hunte of









great
was with Police Forces in the
United Kingdom, he recognised
the limitations which had existed
in ‘some of the Colonial Forces
in the past.

Fundamentally, he said, polic-

need of amalgamation.

He was not suggesting thai the
nature of the crime that was
found in the islands was of
particularly difficult character
but crime, whatever the type and



ri in pel eee th oo wherever it was found, affected] j
Ki area ae ere he cate the community as whole and] }
ae om, le law was a mon vitally affected the y depart-| ;
bi = re sO was the applica-| vent of every Police Force j
10n 0 police principles St ]
atus l

The war years had made ere

a gap. . :
Some of the Forces he had pa Mr. Johnson advecntod
on his tour had not got the up- building up of Police ak
to-date equipment they should | that would provide a profe siona
have, and a number of them had | Status which would be th

th
ie

S ely
a I

ri



im

iti i : any ¢ ; \ vanted
not got proper facilities for train- ; of any ambitious boy W — ~ ve t
ng, either as regards buildings or | to offer a lifetime of s€ ae i
instructors, the public and at the same time 1
Co-Ordinate Training reach the top ranks of the ser -
: att, eat a 7 yas through service to the
* “I am hoping”, said Mr. John-| /t, wa &

policeman would















fe Land, Hindsbury Road.| son, “that some arrangement will — oo ean the respect and| !
we Owned and ridden|be possible to. co-ordinate the Ea vee pel ore public. that. hef
tld Kenrick Green of training of a number of Forces | peshity Ww : 1
it. George, ‘in the West Indies which will | er. Weldaien” uevived: here SineLh
cist fell and injured his| allow a more economical and | faa , He 7 Gees inspecting |
ad right foot. The| more advanced form of training} A yeninl Paling Forces since Janel
slightly damaged than is possible at present es ee na his’ tour, haslt
: | each island carrying an individual | @°Y last year, fre including the| 0
v TRILL of Harts Gap,| unit. ae ‘leon ‘Bo hai. and | tl
stChurch, xeported that | “Now that the war is over, the West Africa ee te
ig am. on Friday, when|‘nnual intake is less per force, rt a salt Ssiameebice tecgaicdom saul
ee ming trom a fishing| and that means that training has ue aE: Sta ais pected ;
2 Boat, the “GO C. Lily”,}to be done thoroughly, as it [9 am. toc ied “p Bovis ofits
; “ "l should be; and the most satisfac- end pe aterhir ty Be ae eotit; bes, anes Fe
Ome fat he was taken into|tory arrangement is to combine the ¢ olonial ne 7
; inc, ov 2 third | SOS ERS WES VOlD-Ge: Epes | " filending the Conference |
4 ¢ state: a ae : orces. oe ere Seeks: Has
: oe — “Mount, Speaking about the conference, be Comensiones 7 Onrett, ritishs|
me tuck the “Lily” an at Mans Johnson said the agenda in- | Muses tal We AL Caluer, Tamate |
Be e “Lily” and cludes a wide variety of matters Guiana; Co : tk ah, toe caeat
Bly is a which are of common interest to | ca; Col. J. R. % es me a
© insured for $300, all the Forces of the area. = ‘ imide; Col V. Jan es, Wind- |
P, i TURES ,{was the first time as far as he rinidad; Col. &. V TRF) m
e5 on ee knew that such a conference was wane es ae and
Md visitors re « on being held in the Caribbean Area,/ R. T, Michelin, Barba
: ; |
+ Were entertained 19 |
{ }
3 & Was also a musical | ds Made Active and Youthful |
4 » Eddie Bohne looked an , ' ;
§ of the programme 2 se a |
. Williams, Secretary for in ours |
i he the Advocate
5 zadies’ Eve ” ae as the Vi-To
5 encourage husbands | American Dector’s Discovery serene ie Tmarvelous
ae bring out thei lood, Nerves, Seema |
Ng out their Strengthens B i” before their ; '
Hiveetneare Body, Memory, Brain, Mus- dee ke
t ' id ce—Better Ellis, of Canada, re-
ot he Mount Tabor cles, and Enduran cently wrote: “Not only
seig’l at St.John is| Than Gland, Operations. Mich the blagd nares’? |
Dg repaired. The Thanks to the discover of an, fasertone red corpuscles, but it
Doctor, it is now possible for likewise activates the
® Monday last and} feel Prematurely old, Run-down an land system. This is
Se Tapidly, © Worn-out, to experience again the thrill o .

od that the damage
F ring the hurricane
E eust and September

FACTORY in St

Started grinding cane

* Nand the other Si



Joes River, is
a this week
= tO work on Mon-
mount Wilton Factory
. rhe ne wly in-
rt Zt this factory gave
/ and < 1used a short
7 ate Ws 8Ad Joes River
; any iMprovements
7 IR .
oN WORKERS
e A
& Vid a mass
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T. A, Ellis Mg grasttying to
men and women !n middle or older ages
And a widely known Italian doctor, Dr
N. G. Giannini, recently wrote: “Tired-

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This simple home treatment is in pl —
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ADOS ADVOCATE



Devaluation
Talks Open
On March 7

AT HASTINGS HOUSE

The Devaluation
ccmprising delegates
British Caribbean area
it Hastings House on
“arch at 9.30 a.m
chairmanship of Profe:
Seasley, “Economic Adviser
Development and Welfare.

Mr. B. Rolfe of the Development
‘nd Welfare Organisation will ae’
Secretary. The Conference is
expected to last for about
vT ten days,

Attending the Conference will
re;

Mr. A. Emanuel, Head

Conference
from the
will open
u Tuesday,

ssor C

Econ mic Department, Unived
K ingdom; Lt.-Col. O. A Spencer,
Economic Adviser (British Gui-

ana); Mr. A. R Robertson, C.B.E.,

~ x oe Secretary, yard Is iS} ¢ §
atter which will need |2Y Edwin Clarke of Sandy Lane, Y y, Leeward Islands; and a



under the’ days’
G.| Stanton w
to| his forehead.

a week Boyce

of the} the ground,







¢ St. James. Clarke escaped fron | delegaie from British Honduras.
careful consideration and which will have to be determined |}),., | attered car with only a sligh: |
by the Governments of the individual colonies, Mr. C. W. | bruise on his foot The van whiea] ¢¢ 99
Johnson, Police Adviser to the Secretary of State for the |is the propery of the Barbados | Boskoop Called
Colonies, said at a Press Conference vestcrday Bo tling Company was being driv-
Mr. Johnson who will preside | but tiey were held in England ori DY a mae —— of Road} Here Yesterday
over a Conference of Police Com- on quarterly Dasis, and had : ‘ 2 ' ies ; yi oii .
ae of the British Carib-! proved of tremendous value ae H ee bs Michael. "Thal Lands Fruit
} bean Area which opens here at Apart from the official angle, it | © ee i ace 2: PATrrage s
| Hastings House tediie: said that wot allow the Commissioners to |“O*€Y Was cut on its chest _ LEAVING the island yesterday
| there were obvious benefits to be} know each other personally, since . i AL oa ae for J lymouth, England,
cerived from such an amalgama-| the majority of them had never Big Cane Fire At | ret Pi ics ‘B 3,49 ~ton passenger
tion, and added that the tendency ; met before, Knowing each other | Pid > ald " “Bloute, ‘Mies Rene
| in England today was to amalga-| personally would improve their Qn i | exp. ae 2 .
mate small police force units, future relationships even on the Rive r i lantation | Nene at nee M. Weather-
Main purpose of the Conference | Official side. The largest cane fire that waite. * Eric R. L. Brath-
will be the discussion of common | : improvement has occurred since the crop The “Boskoop” called during
problems and an effort to get al Expressing an opinion as to why | cers egan took place at River the morning from Trinidad to dis-
standardised practice throughout/the amalgamation of Forces in ‘anta‘ion, St. Philip, at about 3.i5/charge 162 tierces of oranges and
the Colonial Police Forces. Aj|this area would be easier now "an yesterday Twenty-two | 13 tierces of grapefruit, On board
secondary purpose is to promote|than in the past, Mr, Johnson bes ine were destroyed were 57 intransit passengers,
better knowledge of each other ee ue _ improvement { his 1 acres of first crop Following the arrival of the!
among the Commissioners wh« Se oat — f “9 prrye bac lira es belonged to River Plan- ‘;Boskoop” will be that of the |
will attend the Conference, re rs 2S on coo se * re Betaees They are the property ‘Bonaire Which is expected here
30 Years ae aca th ait oe oa 1 of DaCosta & Co. Ltd..|0n Friday morning from Amster- |
Mr. Johnson who has had 30 of the difficulties which fbiaraa i were insured | dam via Madeira.
years’ experience of police work | °onrront sponsors of amalgama-| ‘The remaining 4% acres wer Lean aeamnship een to|
and who has commanded more tion would be pride in local tradi- | (estroyed when the fire extended for Te sridgetown the same night
than one Force in England saic tion in the various islands. jo Thi These were also sir "2 Felgen ; ere s
that he had been through most! He thought, however, that | (Yop ripe canes. They are prop me a a — are consign
of the Caribbean Area on a tour amalgamation would yield tre-| erty of Messrs. H, M. and E & Co. Lid 8. P. Musson, Son
of inspection. He leaves Barba- mendous benefits from the point] Smith and were insured. ee? , ; M
dos on Sunday and will 80 On tO / of view of efficiency. During last week a fire ot idee: tea eemeeay Ra
the Bahamas and thence to Ber- With regard to Criminal Investi inknown origin broke out all here The “Rodne ” will be me
muda, gation Departments, Mr. Johnson| Cane Wood Plantation and des- turning from British Guiana via
The purpose of his tour is tc Said that during his tour he had oyed two acres of second cron Trinidad Grenada and St. Vin-
look at the Police Forces individu- seen some first class material that} ripe canes They are the property cent. 7 4
ally and see in what way hey obviously should have a chance] of Mr. S. A. Hawkins of the same This vessel’s _local agents, |
could help them whether by ad of getting first class training and] pian ition and were insuied. The Messrs Gardiner Austin & Co.,
vice or by recommendations | it was in respect of those special-

fire Was extinguished by labourers
Canadian Sugar
Market—1949

OTTAWA (By Mail.)
Stocks of raw and renned suga:
n Canada at the end of 1949 were
ligher than on the corresponding

Ltd., told the “Advocate” yester-
day that they expect to load on
her molasses for Canada and gen-
eral cargo for the British North-
ern Islands.

The “Rodney”
until Sunday night.

Athletes Train

will be here



late of 1948, the former increas-

ng to 153,908,300 pounds from For Sports
38,256,100, or by 11.3 per cent.,|

id the latter to 246,637,400} There is enthusiasm in the air
ounds from 223,623,200 pouncs;as the many yearly athletic meets‘
rx by 10.7 per cent. approach. At the various schools,
Receipts of raw sugar during] coys and girls can be seen on

the calendar year 1949 rose tc |evenings striding around the
269,480,300 pounds from 1,222,-|SWards wica that touch of deter-
71,000 in the preceding year,|â„¢ination which spells record-

vhile the meltings and sales were breeking.



ip to 1,253,632,300 pounds fron Heats at the schools are being
1,231.904'500. Stocks at the be. ]*U" and the four City public
inniwe of; 1949 amounted t | schools’ sports will be held during
- i ? / > th
38,256,100 pounds as compare oe ao will come -
vith 147,990,000 a year earlier Still in the field are Tom Clarke |
Refined suga’ manufacture ave Victor Ludorum of Comber-|
curing the year moved uP |. | mere and now a pupil of Harrison}
389,678,700 pounds from 1,37f } ~ollege, and Grace Cumberbaten ||

16,000 in the preceding year, an
sales the





ie in 12 months ros printer.

» 1,359,847,800 pounds fron Seen too are the cyclists wh

1,299,778 300 At the beginnin ide around the country at night
1949 stocks in companies Jecasionally crowds gather to sec

ands totalled 223,622,200 pound | hem on whe Queen’s Park track.

ompared with 148,500,500 in 1948
—B.U.P.

fen Farnum, the island’s
rider is training hard.

boy

“My fever’s gone...

I took GENASPRIN”’

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quickly checks Headaches, Neuralgia,
Toothache, Nerve and Rheumatic Pains,
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At any time of strain

Sold by all Chemists, Druggists, ete.

The word ‘Genasprin’ is the registered trade mark of Genatosan Ltd., Loughborough, England.



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INFLUENZA



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Fined 5/- For

Creating
Disturbance

William Boyce
| Stanton were both

; seven de
}

and Stanley
fined 5/- in
ys or seven days’ impris-
cnment for creating a disturbance
near Passage Road by His Wor-
|} Ship Mr. H. A, Talma yesterday.
| otanton was also fined 15/- in
14 days’ or one month’s imprison-
ment for resisting P.C. 103 Jones
and Boyce 10/- in 14 days or 14
imprisonment for hitting
ith a piece of cane on



P.C. 103 Jones said about 5.4:
p.m, on February 28 he saw the
two men—Boyce anq Stanton—
at the corner of Passage Roaa
had something in his hanc
with which he struck Stanton
The two men heia on to eaci
other and they eventually fell

Stanton had a cut on his fore.
head and he arrested him anc
told him that he was being ar



i . rested for making a disturbance |
‘inancial Secretary; Mr. A Stanton then grabbed him (Pc
Shenfield, Economic Adviser: and! Jones) by the junic and began 1
Mr. L. P. Spence, Controller Of; resist him.
pupplies (Trinidad); Mr. J. B. ‘
’ i -legg, Secretary for Economic ee - a
Car And Van Affairs; Mr. D. C. Ferguson, Com- Driving Without Licence:
missioner for Commerce and In-, Fined 10]-
C ll id dustry; and Mr, J. O. Mordecai, \ e
sO l e Trade Administrator | (Jamaica) ;| Eric Thompson of Navy Gar-
The little Singer car S-252 was Mr. Macleod Smith, Financial Ad- dens, Christ Church, was fine
ue crumpled co ess of mecha-| Vise: Windward Islands: His Hon-} jys. and 1s. costs in 14 days o.
Whikesi’ afdeae tts wena 13 rolved in| CUF J. M. Stow, C.M.G., Admin-| 14 days’ imprisonment when h
2 aalitcen vith tee Ogee | trator, St. Lucia; His Honour appeared before His Worship Mi
M609 ny . ies sae on W. F Coutts, Administrator, St H. A. Talma yesterday.
| Spooner’: Hill yesterday morning] Vincent; His Honour E. P. Arrow- He was found guilty of driving
labout 8.45 o’cl a tas ®’emith, Administrator, Dominica;| motor car without a licence
een \vibeaes se Mr. P. D MacDonald, Colonial
Che car was owned and driven

The offence
December 17.

25 YEARS AGO

(BARBADOS ADVOCATE,
MARCH 2, 1925)

was committed

Gas Lighting to be re-installed |

on the Wharf and Bridges |
Some of our readers may prob- |
ably remember or may have heard |
that when the Barbados Gas Co
Started operavions in Bridgetown
a little over 50 years ago, very
shortly afterwards the Wharf and |
Bridges were illuminated by gas
This remained as the night lights |
until the Electric Supply Corpora. |
tion commenced operations, and |
the Government abandoned gas |
for electricity,

Barbados Amateur
Boxing Association

Patron His Excellency The
Governor

SCHOOL BOYS &
NOVICES CHAMPION.
SHIP TOURNAMENT.

Applications are invited from the
follo for a tournament to
take ee * the Modern High

um on Wednesday

18th and Thursday 16th March

(a) Elementary schools in the
Urban Area for the Urban
Area, Elementary School
Championships

tb) Elementary Schools in (he
Country area for the Rural
Elementary School Cham
pionships,

te)

All Secondary Scnools for the
Secondary Schools Champion
ships in every division

(d) All Novices—i.e. those who
have never taken part in
any contest, amateur or pro
fessional,

Forms af application may b
obtained from the Secretary
Modern High Sehool on reques
Entries close Tuesday 7th Mareh

ADDED ATTRACTION

On THURSDAY
be an Exhibition
KID CERMAN, No
jor the Britigh
weight Title,
ether worthy
clected

16th there will
Bout between
1 Contender
Empire Light-
Lightfoot Kid and
opponents to be

Do not
1 seeing
Paw
action

miss this opportunity
one of the best south.
Boxers in the w arid in





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‘emer, Worthing.
eat. re r r Mal 82 .
Pu Denortes hat wivarth, wer say | aan 13.1,50-tt.n, Bm Carlbele Hay
7 and Allan Bredchaw «Porenie.| PLATOAt “fiom Kensington News| Marion Gna, Sch; Lochnivar S.. Sch. Schooner Owners! Acsociati
“1 aige “other? Mabel & Ruby (sisters). | Read—Front Room, Verandah. too bed- | uation Belle Wolfe, Schooner ec, Buteh SS. Boskeop, 3.547 tons ne
. pedey MO reor.* with runni water Kitchenette, Macht Leandew, Sch. Manu Sch. Capt. Mager, from Trinidad; Agents
; 3 Tole’ Bath, also ¥ Phone 202. |! Adina Mac, Sch. Zita Wonita, r S. PF. Musson, Son & Co., Ld
5 Lovine MEMORY of C™ARI 1.3 * tame j Se aenrtettas Sch. United Pilgrim §
rT this < — s at ec vd is t ce mer y N. Jones, $7 s net
P , ae er FURNISHED BUNGALOW ALOW. —— | Se Phitip theta. Qn, co oe Cry ” Coenen talaet Suaehibees! amen
god a aires 1am Bragulent secluded position. Dixon | ‘ n in thine Etersal cep » Platitatic Plivaing | ic Yacht Serve La Beri, M.V. Blue Stat DEPARTURES
wer Cill (Son), Cieova’ra Bar-ow | Phone 4640 et Ae ARRIVALS £8. Boskoop, 3,847 tons net, Capt
a A in Law) end the Gill's Tamt'y | Sine canntielilanl. deat, Sehoone> Lady Neeleen, ¢1' tons ne‘, Msc’, for Plymonth; Agents:..S. P
dad papers Please cow bist inet pia orthing-on-sea, Fully fur-| Cap:. Noel, from Dominica; Agen?s: Nusson, Son & Co., Ltd.
re costae); C, Hlecttic & Gas installed. From |
P: po bee March. Anply §. G. Ingrum Phone | ‘
ws a ae & } aewe 1.3.50—€n |
{On SALE i ine oe ‘
: HICUSRS- Govern} houses fupmichea ana |
{ Lrsurnished, svailsble at Maxwell Co j
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Sale eral easily earned by obtaining orders Cahie ond Wireless (West Indies) Ltd. Cerro Gordo, Sandwich, Aicoa
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Cy s on the envelope—“TENDED FOR ing the liquor in small boats | oranges
BS CARRIER CYCLBPs--Al I . sa For i . f anges, a
$1 Gents and Ladive Snorte Ate Veury uh te lh ea ee ae M w } along ide Merchants reclaime Schooner “Lady Noeleen is
Co, Trafalgar St. the 6th day of March, 1959, fon Ph J B.U.P. consigned to Messrs Schoonei
Isahbbanieny i pacsiald adermentioned {upplies in such a | Owners Association and the
“BIC s Raleigh Bicycle es as may from time to time } San ee a ae Violly N nes’ agent is Mr. D
BIC PRadhion complete with light, moneie = mn ae ae c } TERE a ALES i . ae ee oe
eh, Phone | * ie Vv oO Fil next 4 4 o4, « .
anew tyres ete. $45.00 we vik on FRESH MEAT p> é uw ;







BREAD

aes m4 Ses Rateigh Bi :
ea, ee Each person tenderi send in a
fs $50.00. 1.3,50—3n. | letter, along with the ‘ »5
, — | ‘Wo properly qualified persons (not bein

r £: Child's Tricycle in good
: No reasonable offer

litio



e477.

ECTRICA\

RIDGES:

e (American Sealed Unit)

mee, as
, ft. (Se

Apply Ralph A. Beard.

. Open
4682.

CEI

refused

2.3.50-—-In

L

Admiral 7 cubit feet



new. Also G.E.C
maled Unit) 3 years guaran-
Hardwood
noon daily.
2.3.50—1n.

8 a.m. to 12

ANEOUS

GALVANISE”) PTPE — Small quantity

Mild stee! 1

AMP

1/Â¥% galvanised pine
2.3.50—4n

NEWS—At the Mayfair Gift

Aquatic Club. First day sovers:

complete set Coronation Stamps,

Old U.S.A. Stamps, ete
* 16.2.50—12n

OPNING SUIT—Coat, vest and trou-

chest 38”

| condition, pre-w.
too small.

Top Hat size 7 1/8. All in

Dial 2001.
1, 3.50—2n,

ANISE SHEETS—In 24 & 26 gauge

6 ft 6 in,

steel plates. 1/16, 1/8,

}in various

8 ft, and 9 ft lengths also
“Ms, 5/16 and

4

sizes. Enquire Auto Tyre

hy Trafalgar Street.

ALVANIZED NAILS:
Mm quality Galvanized Nails
) G. W. Hutchinson & Co. Ltd
on z

|

1,3.50—t.f n



All sizes of

at 2%

1.3.50—%3n





ET BEER—Holland’s finest brew.

Ba sparkling t
ir dealer
; Robert Thom Ltd

K IRONS:

you.

hrist quenching drink
or bar man to-day.

Phone 2229
16.2.50—t.f.n
Electricity

Do not let

We cen sell you a Box Iron











John D. Taylor & Sons Ltd.
¥ 28.2, .50—2n
WED FRUITS — Peal Guavas,
Fruit Salad, Prunes in Syrup
mrimeapple slices, W M FORD,

Pam). 35 Roebuck St

2.3.50—2n
ED MFATS — Corn Beef Loaf,
n Beef, Steak and Kidney Pud-

# Tins Ped Salmon’ 41e exch

Dial 3489, 35 Roebuck St
2.3.50—2n

Pineapple, Peach, Plum, Straw-
2% Tins M’lade 43c, eah. W

FURD, Dial

SSHING—Ladies grey

#489. 35 Roebuck

2.3.50—2n

&





winter coat

set, boys winter clothes and

in

ct.

perfect

condition, cheso
New

Flat) “Elise Court’,
2.3.50—In

ERSONAL

are hereby warned ayainst







4 years

ar quality. Selling



their

the
Tender
fulfilment

members of the Vestry,) stating
willingness to become bound with
Tenderer, in the event of their
beimg accepted, for the due
of the Contract
With respect to the Tender for Fresh
Milk, the probable quantity required for
one year is 24,000 gallons and the Vesiry
teserve the right to accept the tende
of more than one person for tha supply
of this article, and all Persons tendering
for this article shall forward, along wit
their tender, a Certificate by a qualitied
Veterinary Practitioner Stating that the
cattle from which the milk will be sup-
}.ied are free from Tuberculosis.
| Forms of tenders can be obtained at
the Churcnwarden’s Office,
' By Order,
E. C. REDMAN,
Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry.
22.2.50—7n



NOTICE

PARISH OF CHRIST CHUROH

Sealed tenders, marked on the
velope “TENDER FOR... \ ‘ oe
will be received by me, at the Christ
Church Almaghouse, up to 3 p.m. oa
Wednesday, 8th March 1950, for supplies
of Fresh Milk, Fresh Meat am! Fresh
Bread, delivered at the Almshouse in
such. quantities as may be required
from time to time, for a period of one
(1) year commencing on 25th March,

en-

Bach person tendering must submit
letters from two (2) properly qualified
persons willing to become bound with the
successful tenderer for the due perform-
ance of the contract.

The approximate quantity of milk re-
quired is 4,000 pints per month and the
Board reserves the right to xcept the





tender of more than one pe 1 for the
supply of the whole quar ty or any
Part of this item. ;

All tenderers for th nly cf milk
must forward a certifies‘« {--m duly
Gualifiel Veterinary Practi'inne iat the
cattle from which the milk i upplied

are free from Tuberculo’'
The Board does not bind themselves
to accept the lowest or any tender
R. E. ASHRY,
Acting Clerk, Poor Law Guardians.
26.2.50—5n,

FOOTBALL NOTICE

Preparations are being made to com+
mence the 1950 Football Season sometime
between Monday 13th Mareh and Wed-

nesday 15th. Secretaries of Clubs can
receive affiliation forms from Mr. O. S

Coppin, Hony, Secretary B.A.F.A. c/o
advocate.

There will be a Council Meeting of
the B.A.F.A. at the Y.M.C.A. Heed-

quarters, Pinfold Street on Friday March
3rd at 4,30 p,m, and the Annual General
Meeting of the Association takes place

next Friday is as follows;

1. Minutes.

2. Correspondence.

3. Receive Annual Report and Financial
Statement for 1949 season.

4. Consider three schemes for insurance

of players during the 1950 season
a al Business.
tne oO. S. COPPIN,
Hony Secretary, B.A.F.A

















at the Y.M.C.A Headquarters on the
following Friday, March 10th at 4.30
p.m

The Agenda for the Council meeting |

__—XS———_—_—_—
————



STALLION JEEVES: 9 y.o Jamaican
bred horse (Bessaquimec-Light Readir z
to be sold at auction wither reser’
to the highest bidder at the Garris
Paddock at 4 P.m. on Saturday, Marc}
4th







By
I will

instructions of the
sell on FRIDAY
TESY GARAGE, White
v-8 converted oa
Damaged by fire
Terms Cash, R

Insurance C
3rd. at COUR-
Park one FORD
PICK UP VAN





ARCHER McKENZIE
Auctioneer
1.3.50

BY instructions from Mr. J. Jemmo
I will offer for Sale by Public Auct
| on Thursday next the 2nd March at
o'clock on the Spot at Mile and a Quarte
St. Peter, his almost new house whicn
is freshly painted and has two side Var
endah, front house 18x10, back 22x 1%, sh
22x8 and kitchen. Idealy suited as a sea
side house.
plication to his mother. All «her ~»
ticulars apply to D’Arcy A. Scott.
Auetioneer, Dial 3748. 25.2.bu





UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER

BY recommendation
we will sell on FRIDA
at the Da Costa new
9 BAGS FINE SALT

Sale 12.30 o'clock. Terms Cash

BRANKER, TROTMAN & Co
Auctioneers:
2.3.50—in



of Lievd Agents
f the 3rd Mare
woreluouse, Wharf





REAL ESTATE

Approximately 3400 Ibs. second hand
round iron rods and flat clamps recent-
Church. This materials may be inspect-
ly removed from the roof at St. George’s
ed at Bulkeley Factory on application
to the Manager Mr. W. B. Carrington



Ofiers in writing addressed to Mr. K
| Mason, Parochial Treasurer, St. Ge riee
will be received up to 10th March, 1950

28.2.50—3n.

















At 2 p.m. on Yfnaursday, znd Mareh
1950, we will offer for sale 200 shares
Barbados Fire Insurance Co. of £1
each. 15 shares—Barbados Telephone
Co. Ltd. Preferred £1 Cottle, Catford
& Co. 26.2.50-—-4n,
a -aey
| HELP

YARD OVEFSEER, Salary $35.00 per

month. Apply the Manager,Golden Ridge
Plantation, St. GeofBe

1.3,50—3n



Full time Secretary required for Golf
| Club in Trinidad. Preference with know-
| ledge of game but not essential, Possi-
bility accommodation for single man
Write giving details and remuneration
required. Reply P.O. Box No, 60. Port
| of Spain, Trinidad, B.W.1 23.2.50—Tn,

MISCELLANEOUS

SHARES: Barbados Co-operative Bank
Shares. Best Prices paid. Noorah Simon,
Telephone 3085.









USED POSTAGE STAMPS WANTED





e yw! " 3 | STAMPS—Used Postage Stamps want-
: ast eae ma er j ed. Prompt Cash paid for weed stamps
mee for her or anyone e'se con- as you wish, ae sob as rou
_ i ly ame ab Ons, Ca as. Cc m, etc Ww
Drs vitor cebts, My nam LOST be sent in exchange. Send 200 or more
— Saarchata SWEEPSTAKE TICKET: Series P = JOHN POST ZEG
; e St. Philip 4945 Finder please return same to Evan Windham, New tae ‘
2.3.50—2n Jordan, Bayley Alley, St Gerree wl bg ee
ait men ee - ee - _ -
-. POST OFFICE NOTICE
Effective from lst March, 1950
ee ee tters . Post Air Country of Letters Post Air
on ot Pos Cards Forms Destination per $-oz. Cards Forms
3 —c, aig | Ta ax SO cents cents cents
‘ onnte om - | Great Britain ...., 30 15 12
12 6 6 (via Jamaica) .
Beet nF 16 8 8 Great Britei 43?" 50 25 12
16 8 8 (via Trinidad) :
Yea 18 9 8 Newfoundland ..... 24 12 8
Bermuda) ie : | (via Bermuda)
Bs ees,, 30 16 8 Newfoundland .... 36 18 8
Trinidad) *' * : ° (via Trinidad) ‘
tee 12 6 6 United States ...... 18 9
Guiana ee (via Jamaica)
Mepublic s . § | united States ...... 30 15 8
mers 12 6 — | ~ (via Trinidad) ae er
Two rates h itain, Canada and the United States. In
S have been fixed for letters to Great Britain, Canada and Uni
the case of Canada thee is only one mail per week, that on Fridays Via Bermuda by
| Which the rate is 18 cents. Letters for despatch to Canada other than by this opportun-
“Y must be routed Via Trinidad and the higher rate affixed.
At present thre ir mails are sent weekly via Jamaica to Great Britain and the
F Uniteg States. These aii are closed on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. —_ “!
: set Places closed on Saturdays via Jamaica take approximately one day longer than i

Yla Trinida

the higher rate of posta

ah

Effe, lve
aS) wilh



‘ will

. iia : s £, ymmercial rs light and sound effects;
from Ist March, 1950, printed matter (including nemepoeses = a no " a ilts without
De accepted for Great Britain for conveyance by air mail at 9 cents per } es
: Piennnt ritpir | an
Printed matter by surface mail to Great Britain * | films: and motior
tive fr lst March the postage on printed matter to Great Britain and Empir« m the 28th day February 1960
tiv ror “wiarcn the postag For h additional 2 ounce w part the rive tice in dur
hereased to 2 cents for the first 2 ounces rom ee The trade mark can be seen on upplication
me cent Dated this 27th day of February, 1960

* Office,
*bruary, 1950,

ge affixed,



d. Letters for despatch on Saturdays Via Trinidad must be so marked and

Printed matter by air mail to Great Britain.

Inspection anv day on ap |

oe

/

|



WHY
ARE MANY WOMEN

NERVOUS

« » « Without reason?

ij
|

When women are disturbed
noises at night... become so
gety they perspire when ¢
strangers.. ,orcry tooeasil:
| symptoms often herald a time
; whenthey need special buildii
P But a there’s - to
| read or fear! For plenty of sleep, '
fresh air, wholesome food and Dr
Chase’s Nerve Food will help to
build up vitality and tone up the
Sretaeeeoas you can keep serene
through the most trying periods of
| life. Yes, Dr. Chase’s Nerve Food
| has helped thousands of women to
‘face the future with confidence,

So if you're feeling nervous, fid-
gety or run-down—if you don’t
rest well at night, and often feel
moody or irritable—take Dr,
Chase's Nerve Food for a while,
Keep yourself in good condition —
try this time-proven tonic which
has helped so many. The name
“Dr. Chase" is your assurance, 9

|





| TAKE NOTICE

That COLUMBIA RECORDS INC.,
corporation organized and existing unde
the laws of the State of Delaware
United States of America, having ¢
lace of business at 799 Beventh Avenu
ew York 19, State of New York, Unitec









States of America has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in con-
nection with Phonograph records ane
record blanks, electric phonographs
turntables and the like and will be
entitled to register the same after o; |
month from the 28th day of February |
1950 unless some person shall in th |
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such reg-

istration. The trade mark car
” application at my office
Dated this 27th day of February 1:

H. WILLIAMS, |

Registrar of Trade Morir

28.2.50—3n)

1 be seen |

TAKE NOTICE

That UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL
and existing under the laws of the
having a place of business
United States of America
connection with Synchronized
light and sound effects: films
films without sound
sound, words and/or music films and‘

films; and motion pictures and will
from the 28th day of February 1

Dated this 27th day of February, 1950

|
|
|



United States of America has



"az (EXTRA SERVICE

) CITY GARAGE TRADING CQ, LTD





State of Delaware, United States
at 445 Park Avenue, New York 22, State of New York
has applied for the registration of a trade mark in
apparatus for simultaneously reproducing coordinated
with sound, words and/or music recorded thereon;
thereon adapted for synchronization with separat
records, films and records with sound, words
and/or music recorded thereon adapted for synchronization with separate picture
be entitled to register the same after one month
unless some peryon shall in the meantime
Bive notice in duplicate to me at my office of opposition of such registration
The trade mark can be seen on application at my office.



That UNIVBRSAL INTTRNATIONAL FILMS: INC.;
and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware, United States of America
having a place of business at 445 Park Avenue, New York 22, State of New York.
applied for the registration of trade park in





MAIL NOTICE

MS TLS for St. Lucia, Dominica, Mont-
Antigua, St. Kitts, Beymnuda. Bos-
nd St. John, NB by the Lady

todney wil be closed at the General
Office as under: —

'wcel and Registered Mails at 9 a.m

dirary Mail at 18 am fth
Maren 1980.) —

————— i cniteietnesinsaneees

| MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA NEW

| “ZEALAND LINE LIMITED
(MANZ) LINE)

“PORT PIRIE” is scheduled

from Svdnew Janua 1
arriving at ‘Trinidad about Febea

M.S.“KAIPAKT™

from Port Pirie January 7th,

ae 10th, Beauty Poun

Mth, elbourne January 26th, 8

February Ist. Brisbane February io

BE Be at Traded about 10th Mare*
ese vessels have aniple space foi

Froten

Chilled, Herd
ted Through eo

= on
-ading with transhipment a ict,
‘or British Guiana, eleoun
and Leeward Islands.
For further particulars apply:—
FURNESS WITHY & ‘c.. LTD
Agents; Trinidad.
DA COSTA & Co. LTD.,

ts scheduled to sai)
Burnie

Januar:

Agents: Berbados.











The Sch. PHILIP H. DAVIDSON
Will accept Cargo and Passenger:

for Demerara, sailing Saturday 4th
March, 1980

The M.V
accept Cargo
St. Lucia, st
Aruba, date
given

B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS’
ASSOCIATION (I.N.C.}
Telephone 4047,

DAZRWOOD will
ant Passengers ‘or
Vineent, Grenada,
of sailing will be





. YOU GET

Yes.:.and full power
and pep, too... for
that extra perform-
ance of your marine
engine. EXIDE gives
youquick responsive
power... dependable
service... plus,low |
Cost Operation,

THE)
LONG LIFE)
iy BATTERY!

Dependable Batteries
for 61 Yearsi



ae
S

FILMS; INC.; a corporation organizes |

of America, |

H, WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
28.2. 50—:



TAKE NOTICE

|

® corporation organizes

comnection with synchronized apparatus for simultaneously reproducing coordinated




words and/or music films and records, films and records with sound, words
or music recorded thereon adapted for synchronization with separate picture |
pictures and will be entitled to register the seme after one montt

unless some
wte to me at my office of opposition of such registration

films with sound, words and/or music recorded thereon;
sound recarded thereon adapted for synchronization with

te
:
shall the meantime |

person in

at my office

sok TR ie |

Ri of Trade Marks.
28.2.50—3n

|
|



A ieiceaienipeeiiitintieliiiilaaaaaa ae

GOVERNMENT NOTICE



TENDERS FOR TRANSPORT OR REVENUE OFFICERS

TENDERS are invited fer

Revenue Officers from Bridgetown to Mount Gay Distillery St.
and trom Bridgetown to Gregg Farm Distillery, St. Andrew, w:
for the officers and return, for the period

March, 1951.
2. Approximately three vi

necessary and the time spent in waiting varies from three oO
3. Tenders should be for a rate

he Distilleries. The motor cars
Somriroller of Customs, from
obuuned ,

4. Tenders, addressed

officer by name, and marked on

will be received at the Colonial Secret
Wednesday the 15th of March, 1950,
5. The Government does not bind itself to

any tender,

the conveyance by motor car of

Ist April, 1950,

lo 3

sits weekly at each Distillery ai
six hou
per mile, including waiting ;
provided are to be approved by th
whem further information may :



to the Colonial Secretary and not to an



th
Lucy

i*tr

‘

th> envelope “Tender for Transport’

ary’s Office up to 4 p.m. o

accept the lowsrt «







souTuBopND CANAD..... ona VICE
Name of Ship Sails Anives
: s/s * Nelifas farhadns
CALQOA February 20th h oi
S/S “ALCOA PATRI ae March 6th iaeen inh
Seiing every iwo weeks
_ NEW YORK service
te aN s Arrives
ow ne ar’ tag
8.8. “BYFYoRD" be February th. March 8th.
NEW ORLDANS SERVICE
a Sails Arrives
. 3 , . bar vados
S.S. “ALOOA ROAMER” Februs Sth. rR ’
8.8. “ALCOA RUNNER" Paty. pend "teas te
ae
DA OONTA A TN... T4D.—C ination Spies,
ROBERT THOM LITD.—New York and Gulf Service,

JOHN M.

(Associate of the

We do not se
most of the bett
ond overseas contracts.

Phone 4640,

For tt

Vice
Applications in person 2
Tuesday, 14th March.

For particulars apply to..

Beckwith Place,

* Bridgetown.
—"
<—_ ~~ ~ —
ae
.) eo

GALVANIZED

NOS. 4 & §
HOOKS & THE FAMOUS
in all Sizes,

The Barbados }1

Nos. 33 & 52, Swan Street











ms GooD
vs

HERE



‘NUTRICIA’

Holland’s Finest

POWDERED MILK

28% Butterfat
1-lb tins 92 cents
2%-lb tins $2.08
5-1) tins $4.01

From all Grocers and
Chemists. If you fail to
remember the name ask
for the Powdered Milk in
the BLUE tin with the
WHITE Cow. Once tried
always used.

seo

Real Estate Agents—4

DIXON & BLADON

THE BARBADOS MUTUAL
SOCIETY,

Invites /

BRASS BARR@L

(THE HOUSE FOR BARGAINS)









uctioneers—Suveyors



BLADON

Faculty of Surveyors)

ll every propenty in Barbados but we DO sell
er ones largely due to our

proved reputation

Plantations Blhig,

LIFE ASSURANCE

pplications

ne post of

CANVASSER

D. H. Alleyna, resigned,
4 Writing will be received up to

C, K. BROWNE,
Secretary.

25, 2. 50.

IS is good

news for

any Fisherman

WE CAN NOW SUPPL} YOU WITH

MESH WIRE

IV THE FOLLOWING SIZES
1”’x18’x17 GAUGE
1”x24” do-
1x48” =—do-
1%4’18’x16 GAUGE
14’"x24”" do
14x36" -~do—
114’"x48”" ~de

1LSO =

FISH SWIVELS, A OCK
IOUNSELLS’ FISHING LINES

Get Your Requirements To-cay from « « -

ardware Co., Ltd.

ee

-:0:—

"Phone 2109 or 4406

|] aMIRACLE

DIAL 4269





HOT PATCHES (All Sizes)
BRASS TYRE VALVES .
PERFECT CIRCLE PISTON RINGS
(CHEV., FORD, DODGE, Etc.)
Plastic Handle SCREW DRIVERS
Plastic Handle Philip Screw Drivers
KEYHOLE HACKSAWS

ADHESIVE in 13/4 ins.
in Bl@ck and Clear

SPARTON HORNS 6 & 12 Volt

;
ECKSTEIN BROS.

PAGE SEVEN

CORRECTION

An advertisement appeared i1
yesterday’s paper Re Consumers
of Electricity petition to His Exec
Jency the Governor. This notice
Was signed by LILIAN N. COE for
Electric Consumers Association Barbados and not Lilian

N. Cox as
published.

In aid of St. Leonard's Vicarag?
on Friday, March 2rd at 9 >»

at Whitfields Evans.




of the
POPULAR

Cannon Gas Hotplates

— wit =
> ° BOILING BURNERS
*—> | CRILL BURNER & PAN
> GREEN ENAMEL FINISi)
why not call and see them
at your Gas Showroom. Bay Street



RALPH A. BEARD, F.Y.A,

‘Auctioneer & Estate Agent)
Hardwood Alley

Offers you

# Bargain
Property

In Heuso
ROOSEVELT

Maxwell Coast on the Seaward
side Standing on 9,226 Q rt
oa aoe in 12” Stone, con-
crete floors, Butit in Cu boards
throughout, consisting of Three
Sedrooms, a large lounge - din-



ing room, Modern kitchen,’ © se
erate Toilet and beth Onttside>
Large Garage, Servants quarters,
toilet and bath Available with
Possession, ‘immediately Fully
furriehed £32.200 or Unfurnished
£2,700. Purchaser bays a'l Stamp

CUies, ef
. For viewing ring 4683 or 8402,
Mortgage available . the Vaiue

or £2,000
‘ove Property has a good

Rental Vs



ESCHALOTS
ESCHALOTS
ESCHALOTS

AT

STUART & SAMPSON j

LTD.
Roebuck St.














NOTICE

Sel

Due to the increase in the
cost of materials for Aerated
drinks, manufacturers are
forced to increase the price
from 1/9 per doz., to 2
As

Ist March, 195

~ per

ce from Wednesday,
0,
Signed
GRANVILLE MILLAR,
De Mineral

Luxe Water

Factory,
ROBERT BRAMAO,
City Mineral.
MRS. SPRINGER,
Maple Mineral.

M. RAMDIN,

Roebuck Street.

A. BRYAN,

United Mineral Water

Factory.
Cc. C. C. CUMBERBATCH,

Niagara Bottling Company, '



BAY STREET



RS es

Oa a

@.*% y&tcr-





PAGE EIGHT

The Gallops



To Blue Streak

Aged Gelding Dees Rousing Gallop:
River Sprite Impressive Over Box to Box






































































BARBADOS

ADVOCATE
World Soccer
Cup Might Not
Be Played In Rio

LONDON, Feb. 28.
A “Daily Graphic” correspond-
here reported today that the
Cup might not be
de Janeiro this

World Soccer
played for in Ric
year
The
ments
curren
£ 3,000,000

hitch in the Rio arrange-
was due to difficulties over
and the rental of the
super-stadium there

Â¥



















































j 7
| BARBADOS TURF CLUB

THURSDAY

MARCH 9
annette i

4

;
! cr
: NOTICE

Or Booth Space

‘

(1) 5 ft

forthcoming Meeting at

or
¢3.00 per running foot

G. A. LEWIS,
Secretary
* 2.3.50—2n
ee
Se
Se

















































. ; che correspondent said.
By Hookie i Early this month the Federation a
’ ‘ of International Football Associa-
vere probably the final aot think she will be at her best tion, being responsible for run-
f-r most entrants fo: ) this meeting. ning the tournament, asked the
oming spring meeting S'ainte and Starry Night did “ive Brazilian Football Association fot
t Saturday, were seen working together well Just the an assurance by February 9 tha:
t ay morn-| type of gallop that/seems to con- the transfer of money due tu com-
P
; in one or twe | fuse the early morning watchers, peting countries would be author- |
: , rained work wa: | but to my mind, the only wey ised. The Brazilians had ignorec |
ser of the day. The best | that exercise gallops should bx | the letter.
i p a orning maa Re oa ae for specs purnoes Ray correspondent Ott ee |
K t furlong by Gun Sit red an rs. Payne who were etter was alrmaled. staiec }
S van in which the agec | riding them obviously know how that, unless fhe assurance wa |
i as shaken up at a !0:| to do it properly too. The time given by today, Brazil would ne
the beginning but came ba for five was 1.05%. get the tournament. Last art
it held by Crossley. This was River Sprite did about seven reply had been received. he
i ' ‘op for Gun Site bu | and picked up War Lord for a newspaper said, {he Brazilians hac '
t ‘iy needed and hy | vox to box. They did not start cold-shouldered a request that the
t He should now br | very fast and consequently Rivet | stadium, being built for the com- AND DELICIOUS T00 ’
; ‘ to Blue Streak t Sprite’s time of 1.22% for the box petition, should be placed at th‘
b Stakes over nine fu to box was quite good. I like hei exclusive service of the Federa- jUST A FEW OF OUR
‘ though he lacks earl hances very much in the C class tion during the events Today was
eed he looks lik tt ne 7% furlongs the deadline for a satisfactory an- SPECIA L S
ent f Sweeper went with Silver Bul- swer to the request. ie
i hert et and came away a bit from i I
Collet« W | her at the finish of r five it 1.068 The question of how much gave
I 3 I believe this filly is a race day money should be paid to the sta-
13 nare but this still does not meat dium owners had caused another
ay that Sweeper = snag. Originally it was to be five
done anythir ul he have samen ee Celie 4 R per cent. of takings. But the BUN LOAVES
; a P aS owners wanted 10 r cen’
d c “ Apollo has improved but Silk THE photo finish camera looks down from its tower on Leslie oc - wae S spe re ) REMINDS YOU THERE IS SAFETY, HEALTH AN
is 1.49 lant is no horse to judge him as he won the three miles and achieved England’s first Athletic v : f HAPPINESS IN EVERY TIN OF C 0°
Bo fagainst. They did five in 1.0814.|tory in the Empire Games, held in Auckland, New Zealand _ ne MILK F , ee GATE
h f ‘ith Apollo looking the better o: | won easily by twenty yards, only his shadow was eine? - syTes OOD.
( ‘ the tw ania late . : § snagov him as he
) ) he two reached the finish.—Express ¢ : i
. isua Postscript and Dulcibella worke ——_———$F._———————————————— Ore ie M A | ow & Gate is a pure and digestible concentra.
all fast five in 1.044. Outside the tion of the finest mil
c ry rur arrels this is also another very kK n l d ° but vital with ilk, free from all bacterial risk
on at i e passed the ood gallop. I hope Yvonet does d an an ele 1 { ital with sustenance to build up baby’s little
] ‘ in fror ict decide to use the whip of body to form firm bone and sound fl
Her time for five â„¢ Postscript on race day as this him that h und flesh and'tg
1 ishe forta gelding has certainly shown him- or ric e * aa and contented smile which speaks
but Battalion very Pp thi elf to be a good one without it t W so eloquently of physical wellbe
Be anst 1 F cl ind very bad one when it i O er vr ing:
p used. I think he will be cock-of
awe, 4 he-walk in F By Peter Ditton :
I grown G aga rent muc . ’ ory 2
ciel as a ae a sous or Po - . LONDON (By Mail.) al (ueen S Park |
i st xallops 20x to oo . 1 238. I hope = a ra eae great cI — power? The question
; ollmeyer does not make thy will be answered this summer when the first post-war Wes
i ype any rash wagers in thi Indian team comes over here sant on
; . ; assic I have heard that Jeffre dav Test matches. Defez ef r rE Bay d oa | S ng a FRIDAY
or} e in ¢ I eal y had to eat something mor¢ out of the Intasiinthiniah anes ne an ne pm ee put her
ae oe wn his words over Bikini, Tak« ai ‘ture for a period of ter or fifteen A s
Sint "A ee a cd t ea John, if Brown Girl ca — MARCH ord
‘ ore LS c ke much of the start r At ome ere 7 8 |
- 5 ave made of the toss, she we i, aa peat 2a e ove ock
be first or second in the Guineas ae ee Vexican Break i
: ¢ September Song was the they a : . 8
” He did a five from a sta 2 S ( ie e P
ty lid a five from a standin’ | and the \ Swimming Record len ear
, . ut n e she th Tey one ae, po . ae GUATEMALA CITY, Feb. 28 Union
} run on her Trinidad forn | ip, ete rsd = Pere : reg p to the Au Magda Bruggeman, of Mexica
{ Beacon Bright. did ir An English victor} broke her own Central American | he FAC
ih 1.39 1 the box to box 25 matches against the record in winning the women’s 100 Hear the FACTS!!
ry He lowed to té it easy a would more than can metres free style swimming event |
4} the finish. 1 think his I ay-ofl May Play On S i oe SOC ah ; ak ee ins Aasatiote eaeens MOTTLEY replies to
\ 1 be | chief detract the | + y Ss t poms > last 2 side t rr time was min. 11.3}
Club Stake He still look ¢ ra@sS | west Indies and would futhermore | 5€°S- The Mexican team won the | his accusers
' soft I LONDON (By Mail.) establish England as second only ~ — _— style relay in
4 wi h by Yvonet talian Davis Cup players may 1° Australia rains. 35 secs.—Renter. y
; but r oe Ave in 1.04 — 2 play ona grass court 5, Ws HEWITT,
: wi outside the barrel good | Wen ney ite the f “he S ° : } |
| ut pesicie the pare oa at woul a anon in the A Challenge Belleville Tennis Chairman ||
} le the Maiden As first out of the hat when A victory for the West In
ri / ; deen i @ . 3 S dies | ow
ei Gun Site and Sun Queen dic = draw was made in New York, however would mean . serious Club Results | ee PPOVPSPPIOS ESOP AFI
: dbout a seven the last box to box ee has the right to decide | Challenge to Australian supremacy i%s
ae belne done in 1.213 It ll be Sea and, therefore, the | Botn countries have soundly de- YESTERDAY'S MATCHES | xe ORDER FROM
‘ interesting to s¢ hav a ae which the match shall ated MCC touring sides whicn Mixed Doubles Handicap 1% TO-NIGHT ¥ &
enough finishir ex te} aye } been sent to play against Miss King and Dr. Ed ds—' 1% S fi
- a , Britist al k co 1 play against , a . wards 21 Y, ¥ : :
i ue Str sake di a eae writers point out | ! In all fairness however it 30 beat Mrs. Bynoe and C. Inniss | at-5.30 $ J R BAKERIES Various size tins ranging
: Trin and’ I der to ae . me a tactical blun- | must b ‘ointed out that the) ——¥2 30 2—6; 6—4, 6—2. | % 7 $|
; , ee courts ‘ * ‘c match on hard| Aussies had a better side to beat Mr. end Mrs. Barnes—15 beat x x i i
x are okies hich the Italians are : . one which visited the’ Miss E. Worme and A. F. Jemmott | % g AND in price
si or much at — i : , 30: 82: 7S ; Jer i i: ~ from to ‘
ae Ata n any surface, British pros- We fice ae cae ~\e x wis
7 - in | pects » : eee eless if the West Indies Miss I. Lennagan and P. K.| js ¥ . ’
St k eubondk ak aieaaek es cell, | rove in the Test series this Poach 30 beat Miss Ramsay 3 (Members Only) % GODDARDS
ites tome Mille Milanese ond i, | that their victory of two{ 2nd D. Lawless 6-3 6—0 * , > Ask our Home Products Department ”
* del Bello are not too bright un a half years ago was no fluke Men’s Doubles % oe ie oe oe % ;
ess Tony ee ae Pee »y could cla ality > > > -
he os ae Mottram and Geoffrey | anodes equality | pr. K. Nicholls and R. S, Nicholls | rHIS AFTERNOON $!
He a oy ae See a beat J. P, Edghill and J. H. C.|% x COME IN
le I is a poss ‘bil Y however Au and the West Indies Edghill 6—2; 8—6. | * starting at 5.30. % =
ow who shows e met previously in a Test TODAY’S MATCHES 1 %| 5
st ta easor eries with the Aussies getting the) .. MT and Mrs. Barnes—15 vs.| % COLD BUFFET ¥ | AND REAP ne
rf th : etter of the exchanges. In the Miss I. Lennagan and P. K. Roach} y° % | 0,, iy
: | skil .— € ve ot a West Indian victory ~ "2 30. is . 7 > | ar
i | | over England this summer it nase 4 | Miss D. Austin and K. Yearwood | % The usual Turkey & Ham % | .
‘ ers tol be interesting if they could ar- 15 vs. Mrs. Bancroft and P.| . : | orn Tt
} { to} ge another rubber against ar| Patterson—40. > Etc., Etc. >| 10, Be 12 & 13, BROAD ‘
| ‘ ia fight for world supre- : 5 OOO ALLIS } ial
e Tith ‘ ny a 7 2
| ui) BIB. Radio |r, Nase is enoving the| |
f | » nanci success of ae a an | So a Ss
$s a ? rogramme re ee ie doubt erie | Ve a
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a A - he ’ r v7 i yn .
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‘ Senerally Speaking ‘ or 3S: Californians, Fane oes, Sporties.
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medio Newar 1.30 p.m. Tak Moon (Full): March 5
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; Sports Revie . om. Seek | High Water: 2.50 a.m., 2.27 IMP LEA }
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'. OWM* WAECH 2.' 1950 Police H.Q. Inspect**'* By Ulviser ii *ROW a-flcd •-• L i hit < out I Din! I'^iic JU1 of inspection, *—ompaniwl by Colonel "ifctwlin. Commissioner of Sr R. A. Stoutc. Deputy jSner, and Ci.pi A J ifcperin't <'" %  %  *" rgofprem-.of Police Coml *„ n the I Ml* tight nu ( % %  giti*) morning. Those L^nd nau ''>r *ne P*^. „*iih 62 parls. recordCiiesi namiail .uuii n > (** in TOIII St Lucy or v .:> record.ring the night, L ar day and 30 during ^fiil returns during the ,vaiday and UP <" i. norm"., re: City 2S District 33 parts, LgtG part-. St. Thomas i 7 parts, St. Trts S! James 39 parts, SI. John ,B1I '-"* PUl %  at along Lucas and Electric [W Indian Knitl BARBADOS ADVOCATE I I Ml 5X fh ft. .nu^h ,*, spooner Amalgamation Would \^OSUST Benefit W.I. Poliee Conference Open* Today %  ABOl't IW^il p.m. %  %  Hulls Alley by I • Bulb I reported the ma %  and the Public Morti/.ry pertorn.i ied $4.32 %  M" if Andrews stated ihat the _g removed from the PlatifcrI ptunn-.vr occurred at the n of Hay Street and iltout 6.45 p.m. lybeiv. ifii the motor van Hani by the S-252 was %  he Coco Colo van M-OPO and a donkev cart on Bvoantr 1 ) iiiii yaaterdaj morning i; ''-' !" ^S 0 P'"" in shW M %  ••-' — ~_L*?i""""""""!>'"•"' %  Force is a matter wlm-h cartful iconsideration and which w| 11 I,.. pad ben '.'rtheG .M-i-nments of ihe individual colonies Mr r \V tion, and addod thai Ihe lend, „ K „„,S ... personally wouM ruiur. relationships even on Ihr oroclal side. Inning .in.nl Devaluation Talks Open On March 7 AT HASTINGS HOUSE **• "<" %  I Hasting, House on Tuwdiy. Jarch ,, at 9 Jo a m und r ,„',. %  -luirmanihip of Professor l G Economic A.: DmkOMM and Welfare. u,"„ Ro e "'"" rii i in mi .... Welfare Organisation will %  "v Th. Conforano. ,. 1 % %  days. ^Attending Ihe PMfllt, „,|l Mr A Emanuel. II... "•ononuc Department. r,„..,l Kingdom. U-Lol 0 . SaeMW l.co.icini. ,.,,, >na);Mr. A R RoherUon. H y iJSSSS 2* cr " r >. Mr A A 5.I .. E ?"""""' Adviser; and Ja Supplies (TrinidadI. Mr J n r ** W duitiv; and Mr. J () Mortleeal! F n ~ '0/Tinde Administrator (Jamaica'. Mr Macteod Smilh. Financial Adviser. Windward Islands: III, Honour J M.sraw. CMC AdmlnI trator St Lucia: His Honour w r. CoutLs. Administrator St '""'"t: "Is Honour E P Arrow""" h ,-, Administrator. Dominica. Si L D M "D ald. eetantal !>ccretary. Leeward Islands: and a .'rlria* from British llondur., Ffand S/. For Oeating Disturbance William Boyce and Stanley .Manion were both hoed 5/in seven aays or ^yen days impru< wnaoi tor creating a alsturbancr 'K* r !?"$* KoM by Hls Wor *t"V Mr. H. A Talma Manton was also nned JS m r one month's imprisonment for resisting P.c 103 j on e* %  nd Boyce 10,m 14 days or 14 rtsysimprisonment for h.itlna bunion with a piece of cane on his forehead. 1'C 103 Jones said about 5.4; p.m. on February 28 he saw th. iwu men— Hoy re and StantonM ihe rnriBH of Pusjiie Hoaa Boyca had something m his ham wtui which Ite struck Stanton rea two men bawi iM n. atol uthcr and ihrv tvantyalb irll L the ground SUnton had a cut on his fore..-.'""' hc • rpp t ' him am lolrt him that he was being ar rested for making %  disturbance Stanton then grabU-d him rp.( jones) by the iunlc and began v PACE FTVE flann, Chrisi Church, %  rlei nest of ridden by Carlisle s u! Rockley Injured both s treated at the lai and dUcharged, Upedjl. crank and front I .head lamjj and left f "15 p.m. on Suninknown origin t Andn-ws Plant and destroyed 2'-_" %  crop ripe cams The) Plantation. .. ,. .. ,, um iciiui'uc' in today was .11 pollcejorce units. will be thl to get a Uce Uiroughoul the Colonial Poll purpose is to promote better knowledge ol each otl .imong ii "'ill attend UM I 86 Years Mr. Johnson who Ii years' experience of poll and who has commanded more than one Pom m England sai< that be had been through mast of the Caribbean Area on 1 tow of inspection. He lea\ rh, l^ijU Cane Fire Vi River IMununion Adtmc T t^"ii. IIC leaves B WST J" u!l Sunday took place at William --.•ry Streets at alwul J 1 st-1424. owned by bury Road. f Frederick Hunte ol uid. Hiodsbury Road t owned and ridden Kennck Green of l Oeorp%  fell and injuretl his < allow "J "ht foot. Ib'ly damaged. **iLL ... ,„,„ u %  Oureh, .eported that ~ on rridaj whan mg (rom the ,, K "^U tO %  tie oahamas and thencb Bei muda. The purpose of hii tour is tc look at the Police Forces individually and see in what could help them when. XiT or by ntcommi Although moat ol (us experieooi United Kingdom, he the limitations which hi lal Lrorcai HI the past. m ntally, be said, policing in the eosa M MUolng in the tinted Kingdom. The law was almost tion of poUea ptindi The war years had made a gap. Some of the Forces he had seen on his tour had not got the up%  'lUipment they should nave, end 1 number <-f them had %  r trainng, elthei .iidlngs or Co-Ordinal.. Tralnbaf "I am hoping ". said Mr. John| son. "that rnont will be possible to co-ordinate the training Of I numl.-i of Poreaj n the West Indies which uill %  %  "nomical .inil ring an opinion the amalgamation of r thu area would be easier now ,han "' ' Johnson mentioned UM l>ig improvement thai had been made in communl%  ling noin OM isl.ii;>; to the mhei by plane He admitted that one deb would confront Lmalgamation would be pride In local tradition in Linda. Be thought, twwever, that amalgamation would yield tremendous benefits legacy With regard to Criminal Investigation DO) ir Johnson said that during •eon MUM. Obvkmsjj should have ilrst class trail it was in reaped ists that there was so great a need of amalgan; I tha; the that was found In wag ^i %  but crime it was found the community as 1 vitally aft ment o! I Force Slatns Mr Jol %  thai would provide %  pi ttatoa which would 11 of any ambitious boy u I to offer a Itfetinaa I The 1 since the "Botkaop" Called Here Yesterday Lands Fruit MO On island vesterdav I'l-moum. Cl,nd. hL^. „ 3 4a ,wl Passenge. I W„,H S 0 "'^ MlM Kathleen M Ward, Miss Doreen M Weather.. .hre IfaitaSl !" .r^a^ am yesterday Tw.my-.wo U tierce, „( iirapefruit oJTboirt were 5, inlransit passaniers Fo lowing the arrival „f ih, "Bortoop" will be that ,he til?.? y J"Z mn ,rom Amrterdam via Madeira. This steamship is scheduled to Moth these vrncls ..re consigned o Messrs. s P. MuMon. Son Co.. Ltd. Uaybrcak on Saturdav will K ~5 Udy Kodney back here. The "Rodney" will be returning from British Guiana via Trinidad. Grenada and St Vincent. This vessel's local agents, Messrs Gardiner Austin 1 Co., Ltd told the "Advocate" vraterday that they expert to load on her molasses for Canada and general cargo for the British North"rn Islands. The "Rodney" will !• here intil Sunday night. Athletes Train For Sports rag • %  Rives Plu%  Ihe nr ,. catanded ... rhicketa TI.< H u n II M and i: Smith ..lies were ii....... .I.-I srwk %  unknown origin broke out al od Plantation M of second enp %  ipe canes ITiey ar. the proper.. l Mi s A Hawkins ot ihe same nnd. Th, I ingulshed by lauourerr Canadian Sugar Market — 1949 OTTAWA (By Mail.) in Canada gl the eml ot 11H9 wer. oil UN .in responding date of 1MB. Ihe form, i Ing to 153,1)08,300 now 1311,256.100, or by 11 J MM the lalu-r ... 141,011 4U:' 100 pou or by 10.1 ! %  ...ii ugaV durum the calendar year 1MB rose a "no pounds from 1.222.Kne Thompson ol N. ist Lurch, was line, los and II. cos* in 14 days ... 14 day,' imprisonment when Ii appeared before His Worship Mi h A. Talma yesterday. He was found guilt. „f .irivuu .. motor car without a licence The offence was committed on December 17 25 YEARS AGO IH Kill I ii iv ADVOCATI. MACH !. 1M5I ( %  as Lighting lo be re-inMallcd "ii the Wharf and llndges Some of our readers may proh >M) reinemher .• may have hear, Ihat when the Barbados Gas Co 'tartgd opera.ions in Bridgetown i little o.cr M ve.r, ago. ver. horUy afterwarda the Wharf and BrMfg, were illumlnate.1 by Has This remained as the night light. until me ElcciTIc Supply Corpora, lion commenced operations, and the Government abandoned gas fur electricity. FRESH STOCKS CONSTANTLY l-ADIES' COSMETIC BAGS and PINE POWDER PVFFS %  KETTE TUBES PIPSS VACCO FLASKS liAIII EY S CONDITION POWDER for Horses CALL in at:— COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY U.S rkau. : :<4l 444! MlillT 11-41 W.V.SV POULTRY FEEDS OF ALL KINDS Quickly the public end al the reach the l £! prwedln > M '^urJiLT a nd public that anv policeman would''',, ^'f 32 300 PP""* 18 tro attain and retain the respect and l ::. l'-. JO4 50u .stocks al the lxanain and main ine respcci ana >f the publi' served. Mr. Johnoon .11 rlwd here sunday. He has been m anv., im/if .>-uiomiiai alul %  '** %  %  % % % %  % %  The "nore advanced form of training ' ; than | present with I Colonial Polic %  'ary last year, w taken him to pll ginning of 1B49 amounted 1 W pounds as compare with 147.9OO.0tK) Rellned sugar inanufaelur. during the year moved up I U85.678.70O pounds from 1.371 ••>> %  >< is ..iissime ... pi.TM'ii. wnri each an individual ary last year, and -. —' IW WH W. •I Harts Ga;.. unit. 100 in the preceding year, "Now that th. war a over the "' %  '-' monlhi -mnuiil intake is less per : mid thai me thai training hu j Tne : lo indon. Uioroui iioni.i b.; gnd the :i K. Boyi lor) .iii.ii. i a, one training unit I t he r boi I,,,; %  %  ly" .„„. ,, %  < Hl-I..\s -.',. .weethcarta of to the 1 **" entertained to %  Iso n musical %  g 5 William, s, **. 'Ola the Advocte S-, '""'•' vtoln^tncour,ge husband, *? "nng out their J* "he Mount Tabor SI lohn is ^J'K""^ Th. i Monday lM ^ r "Pldly r od that the damage SK"' " hurrirgrie "d Seplember %  M i *1 _? %  k %  P The newl, n 6* and Joes River ^ impi.... R*J man lai, p *"< on T&^P.Pre.ipmmiaei •„ ta%  *>n the quesBoot 1.359.847.800 pounds fron ,ie At the C%  HJ ta kv in ,, %  ':':< 623 200 pound .•leo w iih 148.500,500 in 1B48 —ftt'.P. There n enthusiasm in the an any pagrl] %  ualetle nneeti At the various school*, i girls can be seen on -venings striding around the swards wi,\i that touch of determination which spells reeordbrei-king. HeaU at the schools are being run and the four City public .chools' sports will be neld during ''" -KHith Then will come th* h'x>l sports. Slill in the field are Tom I Daj kg i %  Victor Ludoium of Comber-! nerr and now a pupil of Harrison i Jollege, and Grace Cumoerbatch he yuecn's College and island') printer. Seen too are the cyclists wh *" Novlc *-' • "— h nnrnr tik... .,, £*£*-* .m-.ru, „, ,. '"M'U. ,4 .ppilcltOtl • •trfuiiM frmn in. Mf-OWi, HIH Scn^.,1 Enirw, o— TU4H^,, ">"Ht|. ATTHAI tlOS OB -niuHanAY inn i h -, Ha %  %  %  <-.. .*U,% ispponrnl. to t* Glands Made Active and Youthful Vigour Restored in 24 Hours American Doctor'-; Diieaverv ags^aTs*, V !" —T ,h 1 lh vi-Tk American Doctor's Discovery Strengthens Blood, Nerves, Body, Memory, Brain, Muscles, and Endurance—Better Than Gland Operations. Thnk. to uawd iwerrUT ly taiWM, cjulrllt fir^i a %  %  ,;'!• af lalur and a o-Uitj to enjor Um pta*aufo of llf Ho loDftr U It nwwii? for w U—-•* from Low of VlfMit aod aaa uh —a WfOI U-lTI.— •own. and Worn-out ror In.(me* Dt T A %  lla, or Canada, r. tly wrolr %  ' onl thl. formula .nnit tin(.iood awl) i -d rorpuaclr.. bui i kewlor attlraU* livela,.d .lawta. ThU la !ollow*4 by ropowrd -'. iir and amSilloi! parrularlf rrallfrtr.f lo mlaMtt or old>r uc -i Italian oxUr. Dr .u Mj s.is.isgg, ir'.lltlT rOU "Tlfd ul rrall ai.d flwwiikwB 1X4M aor*!* n1 it.nit i.ri i.i,m i, idir., lagaa* • formula, which work, lla aploodid -vf. a |i*alrr fc My fever's gone ..'. I took GENASPRIN" ' itmc < %  ( ursin or psio, 'Oerwaprin' wea you through I Sold by all Chrmuis. Dn*t'-" f,c frM*ofdtaNMMe>ia I. tfH t%,%w4 IfMrnia I il I %  -M-.i..-,' i a .._i c&athsA (jJhUhiq (jaMA with and wiihotd jjpfwu Real leather complete with writing pad, data card and envelopes. Extra pockets with zippers in two sizes $5.89 & $7.71 without zips containing loose sheets ol writing paper and envelopes $1.77 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10, 11. 12 & 13 Broad Street from Low ol Vigour ami aianhood, won m* ritaMuhrd irtlowa buikBne Uemory ang Bo4v. Mfrrouinoaa. Impure ol n,u form.lL. which "or.. Its Moo*. BKUv Bkln. DrpiwoiHia and Poor Bu upon th* wd. a-Ur.d. nwi aaawp. TnaUstf yoti mrrrl. take thu UmpJ' J H war hwaro.e. .,.,%  hM UMtiNci.t a !w dor* and: you wfll Mnnrta to tttL tMri^ua. r BBSS lh*t NW vigour i. luloird NO mat ni % %  ),." UI - Mar agi, W wiU ftad thol TO-J *" Ciand acli.ltv and r.,r.I. siusi.,1. itiuli wulltta and r-.treH-feed To Work Vl-Ta*a are not an eipertinenl Thu UnipU homo treaimei.l. whsrh fan be uatd with abaolutr aecrrw/, la the prruriptlon ol an American doctor. It U amailnglr %  occraelu) and I. (King T^ Itr. andriwrg. to miUlocu in A. route 01 lla rrmarkobto iu(".< v, Te*o — dutfibutrd bf i —tnte of coaopleu umri altwuldn ="* *• %  %  ',•.•. •• —•• i—r, C MO. rta vi I.,vr hi maMwfl % %  %  %  -r. MeeaaSI at.d a.or iigearou. .ou 'aw dMior'a proMhwUva. VI* Towa r-tirt bring rou a tve f. rgr. aod tHaliti andbweUirelr iwiwl*'torj or MN aiatplrMwrn the -mat* padago and tt ro*U rnthl^*—o-a •*——ante* TN arthe awl* •S-u* M *o v.-iowo to* ma*. an ja4Mis abeiut IIVFL1 T E1\ZA Ktl l FIT 0.\ BOVRIL MM TOP ALL and Into THE WH ... 1950 with Flying Colours V.\l'XIM.\LL — rm un i.i/.n. on waau N. B. Deliver^. ci be .rrgnged in the U. K. %  I l|gg)M l|B>. , ill%% CAJSACS: %  ***-



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I ll .1 S.I.I Hmreh 2 195*. Barbate fcocate Price. HVL CRlfTl Year .>.. FUCHS GETS 14 YEARS IN PRISON U.S. State Department Defends Truman's 4pt. Deal For Colonies ,i;:lli:ul..s Atlvoriitc I III HI.||H||.|MH STATK DEPAKTMENT oOtM ilrnird t„. ( '| uv ,h e 5 'uie A gwnl bj i Detroit bus aessman thai another ulTiciu .111* Department li.ul claimed l la I the object „f Presideni Tnnun's Four Pmt Programme was to caust „,l„rii..l ireas. Jaldwi" Gives £;>] To The Poor On ")lsl Birthday ause revolt n .unme ,• one, which Truman announce %  •i year, under which An nl and private aid woul !%  tiacn lo uackwnrd areas. Mr. lto> GirTord. Ihc Delroi m, tuhi the Senal I Marshall Aid to I ..mm Qertfl ih Division ha Chicago meat told ua", nut Mi. OIBbed, -thai 10 purpose ot the four point Advocate t" rre|on..rnl ANTIGUA. March I. fl( the occasion of hi* tlfl gaWay. !rd Baldwin this mor.iLrient £51 Administrator S.„ tor the distribution to m proo-amine li to i, i,-i,,., „ neaiilv in Antigua. Tl '"world nstrurteii the ,0 ,""' P lnI where the. their mother countries." Mr. Gilford told the ( that ha had pressed Ml the point, and Mr. Gerig had "stuck to his gut "' %  praam i aor peopltujami'i ^Sawne the payment of the a*e. FOR BETRA YING ATOM SECRETS ,et two o' c och ,ll,s alternuu.-i, Mgs | old and disabled folk %  jiftril it the Con iho CTuieirdoil.,,. from Mr Bird ,,,,,., „„,Kwassiste,, by Mr. J. Josepi, ,„ |(w|ay 111 ._ I prepar"' nl what Mi Gen.-aid ai Chicago. The all. i an mm plclcly contrary to — (By c .I.I 1 BUBA n i .is.i MI | .a,, ELECTRIC PETITION ON 11$ WAY Danish House Urged To Reject Communist Motion | COPENHAGEN. March 1. ||br Dan:sh Government today % %  en the Lower Ho ifBOct d Ccfiiiituiii-st motion iMLuk 'o mediate between East tt West. fbt motion tabled some days m, proposed that the followin anturrf should be enforced. Prohibition of the producfn of atom and hydrogen bombs (ll Immediate destrui 11 anbng atom and hydrogen %  aba. (J) Prohibition of preparation' |r bacterioloKica! warfare. Tp Reduction of armaments. (i IV %  b ' Ukutd. inu MY 1 true." I 20 eonbanned under Trie ^1' ,,|w,nciI >' ; four point programme "* e,u m < % %  **. I 1 1 "'! We know Mr. Gilford attended I arC l0 be sent ,0 ,n the meeting, and that a discussion 1 |T qi,e,,tl ,{ •*" investigation lot; took planI etween him MM. Mr. S* """""*. of the Barbados Garlg, and we know similar alleEiec,r| e Supply Corporation nations have been made in other Tne notice inviting petitioner' places. Bui there's not the slightlo ,h|s end appeared in this newseat possibility thai they can be Ppar yesterday. |tg pi to leak -n improvement electric supply, and it an. of the cuts which the en "und it necessary to I lor over a month now. faulty machinery. The sponsor of the ... pects a bigger response today when forms will be pl.t. %  public places. rVti< ;day were sent lo the "Advocate's j %  'sing Department" only. Canada Should Accept Sterling I rge Canadian Oppoaition -B> t able Senator Urges New Approach To Russia llarbados Advocate t orrespondenl Till, ; ,iL 1 I '.' S 1 ",''"' id lot I %  £1,00 Million Development Of Australia WASHINGTON. March 1 Senator Brian McMahon. Chuir_ man nl the L'oiiurfSMiiMiil Atomic ssimttAc measures' Committee, speaking in the Senate and culture oft today. urggtd the United States to begin talks with the No Ui Atlantic ational control to sonew Reuli Hungary Rejects British Reply LONDON, March 1. %  >(ry toda> rejected .t BnJoly to the Hungarian note |Hafciunded a redu** r ''! %  an* rhe Hungartan note ItbeBri'i %  %  T and contained no answer %  concrett ,. ul >v Jp r v W Hi ngaru iovem. %  •drlW 'i..,i pb its original note— Renter BiMa Promises Full Support ^fft prohibitions ware carried -'ppf-Jcli to Russia for atomic peace. McMahon also proposed that the It rth Atlantic Pact convene immediaiely to formulate -i i oncrctc pet Senator McMahon kit) i ejected suggestions [tbai Ultra inould be high level talks in Moscow now on the %  tomlc paan issue. n var bean mj i few top %  %  •-aid. lie dded that the time foi DOtlld only coma :iltei demands and hydr:TI talki betaraao itaa and its allies .nittee for Peace" had been n —Rruter. [ml %  KINGSTON pojium,. na to prim -i F Wtt for lM.'ttrr coconut ? %  /" %  %  long term price rjT JJ a 'so voice.! T I... t Ik i %  Jan,u.. milk 6 is J, "' V '"' panto declared hi, .self % %  uniilcation •• lervlc. of tbc \JIIn th, %  lecomiiieiKlatiiiii In favouring UH 1 of the Oovi Labour's Victory Celebrated In Argentina BUENOS AIRES. March 1 Argentina'* tnoat promlnant Socialists spoke at I meeting here lii.-t night, held to celebrate the Labour victory at the Genera i tain Andres Jus; scid that even if the result w.i "unsatisfactory". It was "falsi I the-English proletaria Kfulrr. The Au ply. Mr Rich nounoad Early Action a El,000,000,000 (An Th* petition asks the Qovarao) v,Vv v ''" Pu*n to take early action to causa investigation to be made tu CQW •ueh matters as the early instatfe lion of proper generating equiplin,is %  •' %  mem to supply continuous it and power to all consumers on D ' coal-: i the Island including nanl i cess capacity to take care o( any AUSUJIII..! breakdown other lhan that bg liuriiraiii. BoOdl Of tire. ir %  '' %  The Mjpply Of I UITtlM at pi voltage. Ov> The finances of the Company be examined to aseeitam the COtl flan, it the] of producing electric currenl Barbados, including all legitimate! Th Talks. |j UNMustFosIer Reepecl For Human Rights Griffiths W ill I rge Improvetncfnl IN COLONIAL LIFE %  %  \ %  ^•Hanged %  ' U .i too rill IT I lu-l|. %  *" m Colonial %  1 %  %  %  %  rather the He hat kitting Inu t-ttect thf Labou Part] I Borlly, , i James Qrl %  It you < Local Comment Overt) tea charges, tax,, other items that should included. Also %  have been unduly large In ieti of the nature of the un what dividends have been paid on the actual capital invested. whrther taxes rtld in Ennl.in low factor In t electricity in Barbados, pertinent informotlon : trie 'surcharge' on bills should be retained In \ %  (act that it WM U | temporHry mra-.:. wartime, also why thf for prompt payment should not le 'ored to the former figure o' IM i ointment of a permanent Ihil li tent Individuals with fid %  uthority ovar *arvio eaoltal Bnapf.nl m ittan ing a reasonable IfrnltaUi 'lividend payments. briny I %  —Kruter. Nationalists Capture Reds' Out posts ROM %  I ... DO casualpoets i(a'! ItruU-r The i %  %  H %  %  These %  I Beater. Indies I'M 4ke ullMe el %  %  %  „ LONDON. March 1. gJK. KJLM T8 I 1 ( HS, Nucleir l'h\irist. was sentenced i> pii>ni fot II faaufl to-day 1 BrilUli and An Rsaa&a. II WM ihe niHxinium sentence he could he yiven. 4 Women Released From Prison In S/Hiin 'Il> March 1. reui Bead %  e guertlLoza Garcia and Aoni< %  ti. .md Barta Dupln, n %  %  %  ving at Ince. 1 of the I hnrged. Estabn Condaa lardo Aguudo was li Mm lor the offance. Keatrr Prague Irrmh More Priests PfUOl >n .< %  %  Ird la the •n ind 1945. i fourth In thii country in i the I h admits of %  Cti the foi matlon to be ll the foreign lie a %  pp) < hange in %  IthMugh perhaps n Russia Accuses Finland Of Evading Question War Criminals Demonstrators Smash Windows In Paris Protestants Study \ativun Rules for Unity %  %  %  %  A full though* loan i %  %  ei Kruhrr. • Renter. yt/GOSMVM GETS S20 MILLION FROM U.S. Yugo&la.'ia today reo the limn i Bank. The North Atlantic R ill Strengthen Co-ofM>rali<>/i i %  %  %  %  night i %  'his spring. lated thbt tarn Foreign %  riling the co-operation <hv Catholic clergy, including ihi. %  . annul in. igainel clergymen wta i.ii letlan from the pu lllafe prtaata, ..iir-g—,i which have recently tteen th.*ui icct of considerable rui ConunanJet Partj i m I t Gottwaid ...I Church ha i I rttj Krul.i Prejudicial Panama 6ot8 Nen Mtarigtor HAVANA. M Enulio Numv Portw n ently Mini :. Belgium, has i. Cuban Mr leayhai %  I went try might never 'hi* en*%  t.-nt of the Soviet Union. Our Tbaj ad that that i dship .. Bui %  it thai the in%  • On paax* 3 Itl i land h;ti rUfOUt T CC ,, LONDON. March 2. *--Ns.A, m a note to Finland, broadcast by Moscou %  pearly today, accused the Finn ..I evading an %  Soviet Government's qucMiun on why Finl: F^Mdeu over "War Criminals". k^ ^iet note was handed to Finland's Minister II £*• 'rrnaj resig.._. %  ^5JJ| al ; c minority Government. I nimjgh note t,: 1 Kinnish police authoritcs contained K^* • *nich in turn repliei.i the names of mom than 350 war ii\v? f Dewmber 3 li criminals of Soviet Origin, who tradition of 300 "war were residing n Finland, who i d during the war in the .'" xl ot tho latest! Intelligence and Informatioi. LaBBaVr£! C0W H,ai * Se v v ' ,hc Headqu..:' fil "evaded I "also in volunteer battalion* an: he qug .li Army overiiment a to In other words, who commute ^, „ Ig| nui e was nanaeo to riniands ."..iimin u UJ. tav Sundstroem, on Tuesdav night, on the evt P" lormal resignation of Finland's Moderate Socia. PARIS, Mar. Behind I barricain .eneral Maxinie Weygaiul (too attention to-day. and sang thi .!,i s,-i liaise, while some h und re ..emonstrators smashed the erln-fows of a bookshop heir The attack came as tl.. A'lth a small band o| was au!ogra,>l.< i : hi-wur memoiis, o> pan ith his coingw. French Army al Ihf apitulatic: il franco, Will the Mais. .. out from inside, and thM i police ear Troomlng streets, the demonstr.i* Keuiler. Dynamite Blasts \\ reck Three Non-lnion Mines In The United States WAS!, Dynamite blast three non-union Alabama am With the eoal Ohio mines as America %  record low rtrlha further 11 .. Well over 200.000 worki us trial icoal using Industries "duced and sides the ITtJI mom-'" Strike (^uls U.S. Air Service A riation-iMO' %  liaad plan ilighu. ai i HI •ongli (4 American Oil iVply and n From coast to %  About -U-uo : IkflUiation mot Ir Organi'Slion-. ket* were out at La Gt %  •>*..*m -ntni..a. Him. i . • ^ -•^ n "UI mi it' bars of the United Mine Workers A ?" New York. Ab-i %  Union I* 1 '" :i U.S. Pilgrims Keueh Rome mil Ten thousand mmU: Progressive Mine Wm.. decided to-day to resui % % %  then old oontrntM been kUt handed ourr ., respect of th* f criminal! ROME, March I. The I to th Government sinnfcX" x^z, The Allied Commission has repeatedly requested the extradition of these people. The Finnis l Government has i very possibility Cardinal Spellman.' Archb^bo, U "' on contempt trial of New York, a, i ght ££ ,n ,e 'nion er, up to September 15 States Legation b leral Judge. 1947. it handed American Catholic* are .know;., the caw u a permaner.'. er UM mran b ures give every reason foi asserttative at the Vatican, instead of. found guilty of cearaaeaat tasjcaaai i people are known a preside' rrican Protestants h Government >• uded that Uni*d State-, eaaaaal anal tu* handed over to the, resentation at the Hol> Rruter. ,,nd completely -Renter. %  %  r Jasper. AU %  %  A special loyal! %  members of the Transport W ui* Union are involved asking their employers. Amerir n '<>T a 30 cents an houi *ease. and men employment. The Company has aBfed try to maintain flight —Renter. Hoard Will Settle Dispute KINGSTON M.rrt' rtort to redlK. \ Ig Unions and i i %  -!< %  -. il atar. 1 X II ecause our rates to U.S. A. CANADA or |\f.| \\|| :irr dknpw lli.m m\ ..lli.-r iii UM n|irrali" lnlu.cii law*. ...iinliii-. ..ml Ihr I hriin TRANS-CANADA AIR-LINES I M lull un Gardiner Austin & Co.. Ltd. Genaial Agani.


Thursday
ft March 2
Bose:















































Deal For

ment by a Detroit bus

of the Department had claiimed that the object of Presiden
man’s Four Point Programme was to cause revolt in

“aonial areas.
aldwin Gives £51
To The Poor
On 51st Birthday

Advocate Correspondent
ANTIGUA, March 1.
‘Om the occasion of his fifty-first |
day, Lord Baldwin this mora-
w sent £51 to Administrator
wne for the distribution to 24¢
pr people in Antigua, The

nist ator instructed the |
ial Welfare Officer, Oscar Bird, |
handle the payment of the|



two o'clock this afternoon,

red at the Cou.thouse ‘x
their dollars from Mr. Bird |
was assisted by Mr. J. Joseph |
mnes Institute.

— (By Cable).



Danish House
Urged To Reject

Com m unist Motion

COPENHAGEN, March 1.
‘The Danish Government today
4 on the Lower House to}
a Communist motion urging |
k to mediate between East
d West.
The motion tabled anne days |
proposed that the following
msures should be enforced. |
i) Prohibition of the produc-
m of atom and hydrogen bombs,
2) Immediate destruction of
ti atom and hydrogen |
) Prohibition of preparation |
teriological warfare. {
) Reduction of armaments.
) Use of scientific measures
for peace and culture of



ternational control to see







usta. Promises
Full Support |

3 KINGSTON, March 1},
eemante has promised full)

S. ‘State Department
fends 'Truman’s Apt.

Barbados Advocate Correspondent

STATE DEPARTMENT offic'al denied to-day the state.

ny

of old and disabled folk |,

led

|took place between him and Mr. 3 ; TIE A ‘
Gerig, and we know similar alle_ | Electric Supply Corporation. | THE Opposition members of Parliament tonight joined
| gations have been made in other

est possibility that they can be | Paper yesterday.
true.”

man of the Congressional Atomic
Committee, speaking in the Senate
today, urged the United States to
begin talks with the North Atlantic
Pact allies to formulate a new

Colonies

W.\SHENGTON, Feb, 28.

“‘nessman that another officia!

The Four Point Programme is
one, which Truman announce,
ast year, under which Americar
sovernment and private aid woulc
oe to backward areas,

ar

Roy Gifford, the Detroi
businessman, told the Senati
‘ommittee on Marshall Aid to

lay that Mr. Benjamin Gerig, the |
thief of State Department's De
pendent Areas’ Division ha
spoken to a Chicago meeting. “H
told us”, said Mr. Gifford, “that |
the purpose of the four point
programme is to develop the co-
lonial backward areas of the world |
to the point, where they can re- |
volt against their mother coun-
tries.”

Mr. Gifford told the Committec |

A DISSATISFIED. CONSUMER signs her Pet

ition

chat he had pressed Mr, Gerig on | 6 = i \
the point, and Mr. Gerig had ‘ki DEC TRIC’ i C CN q j '
‘stuck to his guns”, } 6 é i.

Mr. Gerig is at present in ana a Shou €

Ceneva, but the official of the De
partment said to-day, “we are
getting a verbatim report prepar-

of what Mr. Gerig said at
Chicago.

PETITION —
ON ITS WAY

L BY 4 p.m, yesterday, 20 con-!
pletely contrary to anything | sumers of electricity in Barbados
which we have planned under the | had sent in signed petitions which |
four point programme. ' ' : Gok ann

Accept Sterling

Urge Canadian Opposition



: are to be sent to the Gover
We know Mr. Gifford attended | * : as ata at : kaa ame ;
\the meeting, and that a discussion | bedussting an investigation into| Barbados Advocate ( orrespondent

running of the Barbados|

90

OTTAWA, February 28.
The notice inviting petitioners |
But there’s not the slight- | t© this end appeared in this news-
Its purpose is
|to seek an improvement in the |

a demand for Commonwealth

Trade Talks
date.

Both Conserva



places,




ive and Social











é s accept sterling ir ds ant fc

—By Cable. | clectrie supply, and it arose out | Cl 000 Milli Cadatian acca aa oh aa ha

;of the cuts which the company | % 1 10n tariff barriers in favour of Britai

{has found it necessary to impose The whole basis of trade rel

a . for over a month now, due t D I ; ions with the Commonweal

Senator Urges (u3" sachin” CVELOPMEHE (rena oe sea

Ni A : h | The sponsor of the action ex- | - t e Talks By Cable,
Cw roac pects a bigger response today Of A I ¢

PP | When forms will be placed in us ra la

|public places. Petitions yester-
day were sent to the “Advocate’s
Advertising Department” only.

To Russia

WASHINGTON, March 1.
Senator Brien McMahon, Chair-

CANBERRA, March 1.
The Australian Minister of Sup-
ply, Mr. Richard Casey, announced
Early Action ‘today a £1,000,000,000 (Australian)
The petition asks the Governor| Five Year Plan for the national
to take early action to cause the|¢velopment of Australia
investigation to be made to caver | ‘The money for ine Plan he said
such matters-as the -early-ingtalla- ill. come from public ang orivaic



Respect For

THE MAGUE























aa |
electricity in Barbados, and other |

—Reuter. j pertinent information. |

.
Reds’ Outposts
’ saa | HONG i larch 1
Whether the ‘surcharge’ on bills} ites cacer aid: that: Wi

should be retained in view: of the} oc :

. ; ; | tionalists on Hainan Island
fact that it was originally made led 27200 Communist irregulars in

TON?
KO

NG

Labour’s Victory

Vi

Study Vatican
Rules for Unity

attack-





ul

it the earlies

*'!speakers urged the Government {

»>
n

a

UN Must Foster

Human Rights

e

tn
; i : ; ae 1 x the cdevélonme WareiT-T:
Prohibitions were carried} approach to Russia for atomic) tion of proper generating equip-|/Unds. — ae age “Ap “of ul. The future’ of the Unite
peace. ment to supply continuous TA oie ecel zi : he eee Nations may depend upon i
* + are 7 1 coal-he. In Queensian :
—(Reuter.)' McMahon also proposed that the/8Md power to all consumers on > i. Gea telad ks he ability to promote respect {
Council of the North Atlantic |the Island including sufficient oe to acer Vans ee ee? cen oa Human Rights, the United Stat
> , ane j ediately to for-|CesS capacity to take care of any | “ustralian Government wa old the. Internation onirt
° Pact convene immediately ared ¢ set téo a‘auarter of | a. tt International Court
gary Rejects mulate a concrete peace pro-| breakdown other than that caused | pared © meet up to a « t YS athon fi day in the euse
i ara * by hurricane, floods or fire eS MNAANCIAL COSt Of’ Ut '|Human Rights in East Er
- iti. h R. oe r McMat (Democrat The supply of current at prope | Plan. " A) one :
F 1s ep Ly Senator icMahon ¢ a z supply at proy eis! iad. llaty tes sg It he first. oral st
: Connecticut) rejected suggestions | voltage. Be nee a : ae te .ntha| United States represent:
, LONDON, March 1, /|that there should be high level The finances of the Company to/|!* rly coe ees Ip a ver mace to. the Internat
lary today rejected a Bri-{talks in Moscow now on _ the} pe examined to ascertain the cost | Sian, if they are sue tek Solar pun hibesendie
ply to the Hungarian note} atomic peace issue. of producing electric current in} Phe mone y, . jm 2nd = TN eke tien w in the case broug
1 i i ¢ i i ‘ time py shor also be prepared
Hdemanded a reduction in| “It has never been my view that} Barbados, including all legitimate fee ts Alaaieniaa. sweeet ot the United Nations on the
size of the British Legation at private dickerings by a few top|overhead charges, taxation and | orig pate ea rpretation of the treaties agai
” The Hungarian note! level negotiators can resolve the} other items that should fairly be ‘houses for their workm Re = Bulgaria, Hungary and» Rumani
pe British reply was unsatis-| momentous issue”, he said. He] included. Also whether profits —Reuter. on ys
my, and contained no answel'| added that the time for such os have been unduly large in ‘view | cused of failing t en
me concrete questions put by} c« uld only come after demands} of the nature of the undertaking 2 sofe Human Rights vuses of
. The Hungarian Govern-| for controlling atomic and hydro-| what dividends have been paid Nationalists todatiasitaaes,
died that it was awaiting a| gen warfare, after talks between}, the actual capital invested. | liieioiisleaeenenienne
0 its origina) tsi teasioveh the United States and its allies whether taxes paid in Englan: Capture
Saad atte eer mittee for Peace’'| are a serious factor in the cost of Protestants
| had been created,

: ana ry pasure ‘ing | ; j ENEVA, March 1
; | , as a temporary measure during the island and sq far 1,000. casual- GENEVA,
fan mi. pepauoers 4 Celebrated wartime, also why the discount | 4es were inflicted on the Reds. |\ Leading members of the All
a re a coconut) for prompt payment should not be| They said that all Communist out. | Provestant Ws rid ¢ nell 2
ong term price} v — vnekave, the former figure o!| Se ‘taal thar, titke »n.—Reuter. Churche wi give “profoun
" fr me. tec eee Sat In Argentina 7% v | Pe Deen Aen tudy to the Vatican ruling on re
ranchise should be given a ; enna lations between Catholics and non
me Jamaica milk products | BUENOS AIRES, March 1. The appointment of a eed Catholic before making » any
! present one Fe on| Argentina’s most ; prominent] nent Public, Utilities Comeninie: YUGOSLAVIA GETS oa t ees a *
, = Sinn di cern inds att sti ° . individuals with fu — :
mio. Socialists spoke at a meeting here| of competent individ with | Announcing this at. the
mmante declared hirself| last night, held to celebrate the; authority over service. rates an $20 MILLION FROM US. Council’s headquarters here today
Unification of the Agri-|Labour victory at the Genera’ | capital financial matters, includ: | WASHINGTON. Mareh 1
tvices in the islend,} Election in Britain. Andres Jus¢' ing a reasonable limitation as t Viinceie diet tela? “hacatony Roclesin” hed. not yet Been’ te
~ & recommendation in} said that even if the result was dividend payments, mihind tame’ ae $20,000,000 from |ceived
Report favouring tho| “unsatisfactory”, it was “false |the United States Expor\-Import| A full discussion is thought
g S eee ren ttonempads’ Ye re pgp Bank. The Bank granted the firs: | likely to take place at the World
a) the Jamaica Agricul-! a “swing of the-English proletaria‘ . | j . impunt ar- ) l’s Central Committee
\ we we or a oan of the same amount to Mat ouncil’s itre n
p clety.— (cP) |to the right”.—Reuter. Demonstrators shal Tito’s Government last Sep-| meeting in Toronto next July
| ‘ember —Reuter. ‘Reuter,




















About War

Dearly today,







hussia Accuses Finland
(Of Evading Question

: Russia, in a note to Finland. broadcast by Moscow
accused the Finns of evading an answe)

Smash Windows

In Paris

PARIS, March 1

Behind a barricade of books
General Maxime Weygand stoo
o attention to-day, and sang thi
Marseillaise, while some hundre
demonstrators smashed the win-
dows of a bookshop here.

The attack came as the General
with a small band of his sym
pathisers, was autographing copie: |



Dynamite Blasts Wreck
Three Non-Union Mines
In The United States

WASHINGTON, March 1.
Dynamite blasts today wrecked

Criminals
LONDON, March 2.

the strike made under the
Breaking Taft-Hartley Act.

Strix















Price:
FIVE CENTS

Year 35.

PRISON





FOR BETRA YING

ATOM SECRETS

Griffiths
Will Urge

improvement

IN COLONIAL LIFE

Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, March l,

The Hon, James Grifliths, th

new Secretary of State for
Colonies, has never had

ate st Colonial Affairs,
oagay,

in

The Colonies have exchanged

Welsh name for a real Welshman

James Griffiths stands at the tc
{

chairman of the

ve €lioh

Party) He is

VV
svaine,

and hasa mo
attractive, heartwarming person
| ality.
rerhaps it will be a help
sames Griffiths as Colonial
secretary, that unlike his pre-

decessor, Arthur Creech
nis views on how
houlad be gove. ned,

fis experience Gover

the
clos,
unti

the Labour Party. (He is th:

Jones
e Aas never put down in writings
the nie

i

of ime \
hes been as Minister of Nation
ansurance, He claimed this jo
n 1945 when Attlee

Government, because he has a

ways been more inte ested in the

social reform side of Socialism

| rather than strucgle for individu:

power through Nationalisation
He had the task of putting int

formed hi
|

|; effect the Labour Party's versi»
of the “Beveridge Plan”-—-a syst
of Social Security, to which w
all make contributions compul
sorily, week by week

James Griffiths is nearly
years old—but doesn’t look it, |
smooth, pink and white face wi
| bright rosy cheeks, and brow
eyes always seems to break into «
broad smile at the beginning
jeach sentence

If you meet him travelli

@ Continued on 3



Local Comment

| As to whether or not the Wes
| Indies might stand to benefit o
| otherwise from the change i
} person ndidingsthe oifice of Seer.
{tary of State for the Colonies
| several members of the House
Assembly yesterday told th
Advocate that they were not ne\
in a position to comment, as the
knew little or nothing akout tl!
new holder



North Atlantic
Will Strengthen

Co-operation

WASHINGTON, March
United States Secretary of Stat
Mr. Dean Acheson, said toda
that a further meeting of the For
eign Ministers of the United Stat
3ritain and France
needed this spring.
Mr. Acheson at
Press Conference also stated
the Western Foreign Minister
vere studying means of strength
ening the political and economi
co-operation of the North Atlanti
Powers under Article 2 of t
North Atlantic Treaty
Mr. Acheson did not give
indication of what subjects woul
be discussed by the _ Britis!
(French and American Foreig
Ministers. He made his statement

his week}

Worl | however, in response to a reques
1

for comment on a press repor

‘ ire aris that such a conferenc
a spokesman said the full texy of | {tom Paris tha .

was under consideration wit!

| view to the framing of a con

policy for the Far East, such
they framed for Germany in Pari

| last November.—Reuter.





Strike Cuts
U.S. Air Service

NEW YORK, March |
A nation-wide strike of
ground staffs today forced Amet
ica Airlines Company to cancel &
per cent. of its two-engined plan
flights, and 60 per cent. of it
feur-engined plane service linkin
34 American cities.
The supply and mainvenanc
workers of the company stoppe

th

might. te

that

LONDON, March 1.
«}R. KLAUS FUCHS, « icp-renkixg British Nuclear
Physicist, was sentenced to prison for 14 years to-day
ter giving British and Amorican aterm secrets to Russia.
It was the maximum sentence he could be given,

Dr. Klaus Fuchs pleaded guilty
here to-day to betraying secrets,
which may have speeded Russia's
production of the Atomie Bomb.

Fuchs pleaded guilty to four

Released charges alleging that on different

° dates he communicated in-

fi P. formation relating to Atomic re-
rom rison h to persons unknown.

| *hs leaned almost negligently

on the front of the dock, his right
hand loosely in trouser pocket





In Spain

» as

}he murmured “guilty”,
MADRID, Mareh 1. He said he gave away Ameri-
Four women sentenced to}ean and British atom seerets in
imprisonment by a Madrid court} Birmingham, England, in New

martial voday for sheltering gueril-; York and Boston, United States,
las in 1947, were released becau: | and in Berkshire, England (where
they had already been in gaol; the Harwell Atomic Research
longer than their sentences. | Station is situated

Laura Garaca Sanchez, Laura
Loza Garcia and Aontonia Loz
Garcia were sentenced to two years j
ach, ang Berta Dupin, reported to}

Utmost Gravity

: Sir Hartley Shawer SS, prose-
e a French citizen to one yoa | cuting, said: “This is a case of
They were among seven people ‘ most ravity I suppose as

vho appeared on charges of con-

riou S any that has ever been
ving at sheltering the guerilla cules inder this Statute
\ the town of Tomelloso in Cuidad } 1 Official Secrets Act



teal Province, |







The heaviest penalty of 12 year ued, “Although the
vas imposed on Emiliano Espinosa | ?! charged with what
trevinco, one of the three menj™@US’ Have been a _— prolonged

arged. Estabn Condalez Torre: |“CUrS® Of conduct, extending over
was *sentenced to one year, anc|*°YS" Years —e ee doubt
he charge against Francisco Gal-})O"nUnicaled information ate
lardo Aguado was dropped as aie a a 7 ‘ ww if aa cone
nother court had already trie Seay in he , ie in Sritein in
iim for the offence.—Reuter, i econd and third in the

| sited States in 1944 and 1945,
;2nd the fourth in this country in

Ps 11947,
I rague Arrests “That the information com-
municated was likely to be of the
Vore Priests tmost value to an enemy is un-

appily a matter which admits of

PRAGUE, March 1 \ao doubt,” declared Shaweross,



The Roman Catholic Churci fle said that under the Act, the
irces today reported new arresty | “SUNty to wh 1 the information
{ priests in Czechoslovakia in|/“®S conveyed “had not to be
inll » > . ”
January and February, and heavy ually @ present enemy.

[t was enough that the foreign
country concerned could be a
notential enemy,, “one which,
owing to some unhappy change in
ircumstances, might become an
actual enemy, although perhaps a
friend at the time the information
yas communicated.”

rison sentences
slergymen,
Between 40 and 50 members o
the Catholic clergy, including thre
Abbots were sentenced, Accurd
ng to Church sources, the Go.
ernment’s action appeared to
directed against monastéries. |
against clergymen whw read pa
toral letters from the pulpit, anc
igainst village priests, alleged

on = Cathol

Prejudicial

be involved “pro-West Miracle” | The prosecuting counsel went
which have recently been the sub- ‘That country might never
ject of considerable rumour ecome an enemy. In this case

Czechoslovakia, In a speech to tt 1e
Communist Party’s Central Com

information was in
agents of the

fact con-

veyed to Govern-



mittee a few days ago, Preside: ent of the Soviet Union. Our
| Klement Gottwald accused ti relations with that country leave
Church heirarchy of “organising much to be desired They are
niracles”. as part of anti-Russiar not’ those of amity Everyone
ictivity.—Reuter. ope hat eventually wiser coun-



prevail, and that that
= -. country will live in friendship
‘ with the rest of the world
Panama Gets jut it must have been obvious
om » the prisoner that information
New Minister onveyed to agente, of, thet. Cov-
rnment would have the maxi-
HAVANA, March im value, if that country ever
Emilio Nunez Portuondo, pri i become an actual open enemy,
ently Minister of Cuba | t follows from that that the in-
Belgium, has been nominat formation was conveyed for a
Cuban Minister in Panama
—Reuter. ' @ On page 3.

—=



















BBecause our rates to

1
ne i ; ’ ; i © ; ; ; , | three non-union Alabama anc With the coal production dow | work from coast to coast i 7 A
thas viet Government's question on why Finland hac }¢¢ his war memoirs, dealing it | Ohio mines as America’s soft coal| to @ record low level, industries! About 4,600 mamber of th Te ee LR
rhanded over “War Criminals”. _ | part with his command OF: te | strike further cramped the in-/continued to cut their operatio.s| Transport | Workers Union, a
The Soviet note was handed to Finland’s Minister ir. ran Aah at the capitulatic: | istry. i ene ea a e one heat See st the Congress of Ir ’
OV ee y | of France. ; : R ssgeiaieki in public and office buildings was} dustria tganisations, are in
1 a Sanceraam, 2 paneten Oe ee oe Win the. - Marseillaise ea, ery See ape nee oe dle | > being‘ reduced ‘and coal beizig | volved. " CANADA
it formal resignation of Finland’s Moderate Socia:| out trom inside, and the siren o | coal using industries - idle O€"| rationed | Pickets were out at La Guard!
atic minority Government. teed | Nie ne. Up Sh, aes She. a ihited anne mem: | “A, dyfianiite blast in. Ohio to-| Airfield, New York. About 4,6(
red a Finnish note of} Finnish police authorites contained| streets, the demonstrators mad Onl Cree, URED Pee " |day destroyed a surface mine's’ members of the Transport Work
21, which in turn repliea| the names of more than 350 war| off.—Reuver. nion. ;Uppe. The mine is one of sev-l ers Union are involved. They ar EN ‘ ¢ AND
xe jot December 31,| criminals of Soviet Origin, who Ten thousand members of the, ¢ral whee a county court orde: | asking their employers, Americ. or va We
ye *"tadition of 300 “war| were residing in Finland, who Progressive Mine Workers Union) forbids the union to interfere} Airlines for a 30 cents an hou
. | . g : a /
served during the war in oe] U Ss Pi i decided to-day to resume work) With operations. wage increase, and more secur
the text of the latest| Intelligence and Information | Oe FMSrims tomorrow after agreeing to extend! Earlier two explosions tipp | employment. heaper than any other air line t-
Rote, Moscow Radio said| Services of the Headquarters, an’ | R h R their old contract. They had| ‘rough a 1 red operating a Biry The Company has said it woul are cheaper than any other air line opera
Beye, COVernment “evaded| also in volunteer battalions’ an¢ | eac ome been idle since February 21 mingham, Ala ns ate. One try to maintain flight schedule | ing | een these ¢ ies and the Carib-
to the questi t| other units of the Finnish Army- Th United Mine Workers) ™ent was destroyed in cin ‘in spite of the strike—Reater ing between these countries and the Cari
SLO 9 ru £ 8 3 e J > Mine Workers ] J mS p ‘ . > s Wha oe
® Soviet Gpvertanant ne’ to! in other words, who committec ; ROME, March 1. | yrion conttaant trial ended lat2| &XPlosion at - non- —— 'u “Tac Sidi
bs hot handed over up, crimes in respect of the U.S.S.R | waa Sie aera today in a federal district vou: ee ane > / a 904 sl B ill |
War criming | oO ew York, arrive ere toni ‘ s orry rs have b rd W
thorities iminals to the “The Allied Commission has re~| at the head of an American Holy mee decision is expected before beaten and lorry loads dump Ss sl Di t
i ; , ish y ; peatedly requested the extradition Year pilgrimage. } , od cd tin other outbreak of € e
Btate, that fy ernment simi-| °¢ these people. The Finnish} The Cardinal, who disembarked | Aare _ — cam ; Ht A special loyalty test for foreig elttle ispu = fl «
S about the ad 0. KNOW! Government has every possibility | ay Naples this morning, is expect- doll ag fox eee Lewis’; Scientists was written into a b KINGSTON, Marck !. |
Het ne yor tis | of arresting them and preventing! ed to discuss with the Pope the; @oMar fme for Mr. John L passed by the House of Kepre-| Ip an effort to reduce the fi\
Sf Soviet nati ; of arresting p y . inion , me. '
With the nationality in/ their escape from \he country possible establishment of a Unite 7 ee 2 rq| sentatives to-day. tion among Unions and emplover: ; :
9 Were ioe Siete n of “However, up to September 15. States Legation to the Holy See The Federal Judge wend c The House voted t ». Sees in minor industrial cisputes, tk For full information see
mush auth nih detained by'| 1947, it handed to the Soviet au- American Catholies are .known| the aoe ST a jury, 18 (0) Wational Science Foun *“*) Labour Department has set up a
Sviet 1s thorities only 24 men. These fig-| io favour a permanent represen-| consider whether the uni uch woud conduct researci.| Board of Arbitrators .consistir i ° ae & Cc d
od hote said th a8} ines oie every reason for assert-! tative at the Vatican, instead of| found guilty of contempt be Peferences were de durin jof public-spirited citizens wt Gardiner Austin O., Lt ;
_ uo ! t all these peop re k A presidential en But I ts members have defic ' rde ! t th ente ThE | leal with all the deman
u ; Finr American Pri retuz ' < vape ; ic :
Ameri , he re k ing at prevent,|| General Agenis
: 9 > i not handed over to the} res ntat on at the Holy Sex uld| obedic ;
47 S Ss Bie’ “Souter, ’ a ; aalabals Reuter t efying —Keuter i CP) i SE os ea)
7 s.R.”— . d complete]; ; —— SS SSS











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:

PAGE TWO

nd

OMMANDER A. D. F. MUR-

RAY, Maryging Director ol

‘ B.W.LA. arrived here yester lay
morning from Trinidad Db)
B.W.1LA. He was accompanice
by Capt. Gordon Store, Regional
Operation Director (S.A.) of

B.O.A.C., London

Commander Murray returned to
Trinidad yesterday afternoon and
Capt. Store is due to leave for
Jamaica today

Delighted

R. AND MRS. J. H. McKenzie
Mrs, C. J.

and Mr. and
Wilson of Toronto, Canada were
arrivals on Saturday morning by
T.C.A., for about three weeks’
holiday and are staying ut
Cacrabank
Mr. McKenzie is President of

James McKenzie and Co., dealers
in hides and skins while Mr. Wil-
son is an electrical cont actor

They are all paying their fir
yicit to the island and expressed
delight at being here especially
after the



they left M ve
about thret na
below ze!



temperature

we ne

On a Three Year Course









ISS DOREEN WE A THE!
N HEAD, daughter ol Capt
and Mrs. Cyril Weatherneaa
Madron, Pine Hill, left ye
by the Dutch St er “Bos
for England. She will b
a three year course in Rat
: H !
anc t c
this subject at Ilfor Ltd

va nae

Visiting the Caribbean

M* ARTHUR OUTTEN who i
with Standar Telephone
London, is on a tour of

ribbean and part

and Cables

the







Carib Ca



“Snap? Why not... it’s

quite legal.
Old Times








HIS afternoon tie St. Michael’
Old Girls’ Asso i
neet at their headg io
their Annual Reunion d » tal
over old times and hev ci
rib wonders if tn ar r
them who remember anythin
of Princess Alice’s | t ft
arbados
«> «>
Did You See Them?
f‘ARIB took time off yesterda}
\4 to see one of > rehedrs
the Musical Revi H.gl
Tyme,” which opens at the En
Theatre on March 16th
Rehearsal wa f 3
I anyone assing by
Empire Theatre yesterday at that
me would have seen some very
attractive young ladle wearing
r coloured shirt , *
} might be tern
Short Shorts,” arriving the
yf course here are any
the cast as well, but wa

ne looking at the

«<>

Ar 1 oO i He
been | r € *
ao il Trini- Selected Him a Year Ago
daa aa a wialt A FRIEND of
British Guian ezuela al yesterday : at he
Curacac He ha eady Vv ttle ot Champagne i
Bern as, Ji i I 449, he be >
at h H He ho e Wi
secompanic ’ es Team to Englar
the r rT W ‘ j
Hot € oO i

«> «> .

Sponsored by the
Colonial Office

M* ISAA( CARMICHAEL
4 Supervis f V al Educa-



tior Dey € EB atic

leaves to- k B.W.1LA., f
Je t ak ‘ ‘ n
oO of
New Ree and
nsored | €

We

t for nine



weeks

Brit

Back to Work

EN ROD

s and tne



ie wer in tet
four mon

Barbados
h Guiana
Tuesday She is a
t Police Headquarter
Also returning to Brit
Tuesday was Mrs. Iris Hintz
Teacher in Demerara





h Guiana



who is a

<> «<>



ES
®

Barbadian Living in
New -York

j R. LISLE C. CARTER, a Bar- |

badian, who is a Dental Surs
geon in New York is on his fifth
visit to Barbados since he first
left thirty seven years ago, He
is here for one month's holiday,

and arrived a week ago after)
spending Carnival in Trinidad
n route,

Dr. Carter obtained his D.D.S.
it the College of Dental and Oral
Surgery of New York -now the
Columbia Dental, College.

He is now a full visiting Dental
Surgeon and member of the Hos-
pital Board of the Harlem Hos-
pital in New York, and a member
{ the American Dental Associa-
iion and Grand Street Boys’ Asso-

ation; for sixteen years he was
President of the Co-operative
partment.

His wife and son did not accom-

nv him on his trip; she prac-
ises Law in New York, and his

yn is also a lawyer. Mrs. Carter
an Assistant to Governor

yas

Thomas Dewey in New York,
during his “Racket Break-
ing” campaign.

A graduate of Smith’s College

Eunice Carter is both M.A.
i B.A., and is the only person
er to graduate with a double
gree from this College. She
‘tained her L.L.B. at Fordham
d L.L.D. at Smith’s. She be-
me Asst. District Attorhey in
ge of Special Sessions before
sie resigned to practise Law
She is a member of the National

1a



foard of the Y.W.C.A. |
Their son Lisle C. Carter, Jr., |
tended Harrison College here

tween 1935 and 1940. He is now

graduate Lawyer and obtained

s B.A. at Dartmouth College

id L.L.B. at St. John’s Univer-
, New York.

Dr. Carter is staying with Mr
Mrs. L. T. Gay at Brighton

«> «»

Scottish Holiday
and Mrs. A. P. Barbour

R
i left on Tuesday for British }
to make |

by B.W.I.A.,
connections with the
» which will take them






i Mr. Barbour is ar
i and has been engaged
the reconstruction work of
Tits Factory, and is now on
ave
They have just returned from
tigu where they spent on
th, staying with Mrs. Ba
parents. They are looking
ard very much to their holida
x
Wt Barbados they wer

and Mrs. Clay-

Evelyn at Rockley Mrs

el and Mrs Barbour ar‘

vn« va ids

Off to England

R AR a Mrs. H. Hazel Hart,
Lyi are off to England for six
Mr. Hart who is Con-
ller of Finance is on long leave
They left yesterday by B.W.LA

r Trinidad and will travel from
Mrs. Hart who ha:

there by ship,



| tresses, Miss Fleming averred.



| industrialist.”
| Rhonda's rostér included: And-e

| Kostelanetz,
; warmth of his music.”

ibald comics, “which gives Charli



hubb)
“You know, I had to

BARBADOS ADVOCATE a aceiaemal



Red Head Goe

For Bald Pates

(By FRANK NEILL)
HOLLYWOOD, (By Mail).

Rhonda Fleming, who owns one
of the most beautiful cfops of red
hair in Hollywood, today rallied
to the suppo.t of the nation’s bali
men. y

With a mighty toss of her titian

“There is abtolutely nothing
wrong with be dheaded men

“] know many men who hav*
‘ost their hair. To me the lack of
locks does not detract in t!
slightest from ‘heir presence cr
ability. A shiny pate does not
handicap them in any way.

“In fact jt even adds to a boy's
charm.

Rhonda continued:

“Take Cecil B. .DeMille, for
instance, To me, and to a lo. ot
other folk, he is Mr. Hollywood
himse’f. Certainly he is one of the
most gracious men I’ve ever met.
Lack of hair hasn't hampered
C.B. he’s a perfect example vt
baldness adding cham.”

The gfeen-eyed gal, who
possesses the same chest measure-
ments as Jane Russell and who
was born in Los Angeles 27 years
ago, pushed her point by selecting
her list of the world’s ten ou‘-
standing bald men:

“Winston Churchill,” she said,
“ig my choice as statesma. is worn
“Sinclair Lewis wins the author's Hamton
berth. Dwight Eisenhower gets the
nod for being the outstandins
eader and Henry Kaise- comes
into the bald bunch as the head

in New York b
Brulatoor, widow

of cultured pearls.
50 pounds Mrs. Brulatoor

is insured for

Other bare-domed big wheels on
Some Chicxen!
PALERMO:

“because of the

Bill Morrow, who produces and

writes Bing C,osby’s air shows, 'n
the radio fie". proprietecr is not happy. He says,a payoff covertly, wished to
Edgar Bergen, first among the that the hen eats as much as 25}arrange a niethod whereby he RINGO k Hf
chickens, which costs more than or at your wash /

McCarthy something to rib fi
boss about.”

George Bernard Shaw, in litera-
ture, “because of his great wit and

«hinning hair.”

grain feeding the hen goes
strike and lays no eggs at all.

CROSS VORD

DeMille, as the globe’s greatest
showman

And Fred Clark, as the lea
actor.

“Fred,” she explained,“ play

my husband in ‘THE EAGLE ANI
THE HAWK.’ John Payne a i
Dennis O'Keefe think he ts !
father, but Fred really is youth-
ful enough to be acceptable as





my

actualiy



stop and think what men are bala












Stable Boy

The world’s most expensive hat
Hope
of
theatre magnate Jules Brulatoor.
It costs $7,500 ( £2,678), is made
As it weighs] his dream immediately ‘after that |
can
wear it only for short periods. It
£5,000.—Express.

: A Sicilian hen has
broken all egg-laying records by
ing 70 eggs in 27 days. But its

he gets for his eggs. If he stops
on loa a



















THURSDAY, MARCH 9

ee

1959

pi

RINSO washes” |
WHITER—



}

' Princess Helps —




i

By FRED DOERFLINGER |
, Princess Elizateth personally |
stepped into the lite of ambitious!
young Ernest Poole and paved}
the way for the fulfilment of his
cream. j

Ernie, 14-year-old, four feet five |
inches and weighing a mere 63
pounds, admittedly is “hors?!
| crazy” althougn the only horses|
he has ridden are stocky farm;
2S. ear his hore »t+ Tever-!

otts



! saf, nghemshire i
Secretly, Rrme painstakingly
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;e racing steble.

i In his letter he said:

“I kndédw you like horses and you
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\ trainer.

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ed by Captain Boyd-Rochfort, the
King’s ‘rainer. -

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given the authority to try offences of
the police constables having the right to
missiorer of Police, was postponed after some discussion
in the House of Assembly on Tuesday.

e object of this Bill is to amount of tyranny
a the Police Act, 1908, so as 7
authorise Gazetted Officers to
to members

in the colony

anything which would further in-





punishments srease s i i

award — alder ths tani oe c oy uch a situation,
' = eant who are guilty of mis-| a © was told that the degree of
tT sergean or neglect of ‘duuk. ‘tae se pect to the ordinary constables
me chments are restricted to six | Was below what could be desired. It
a: = extra drill, reprimand and Was not right for them to give
agution and in every case there is Uthority for ce.tain members of
/ nt. of appeal to the Com. | the Officer Department of the
. sissioner (Clause 2). The} Police until they had attained that
t snament gives effect, in part, calibre ot officers who would show
49a recommendation contained in| respect to all, regardless of their
i. the Calver Report that the power Station in life.
t 7 awarding punishments for | a

B Sinor offences sis be dele- | Incompatible
’ Faze Dfficers.
; ted to Gazetted C Mr. Adams (L) said that the



ga j k char f |
§ mmins took charge of;
vat and after various sugges- | Suments used by Honourable

the from members agreed to the | Members against the Bill were in-
| Compatible. If they were to say

|that the Commissioner of Police

















: postponement.

Quite Obvious ; Would uphold his junior, then
| Surely the _ present position
Mr..Brancker (C) said that the} was the same. If a sergeant

| pill purported that a constable | under present circumstances re-
© would be able to appeal against | ported that such a man was
= adecision of an officer, but as} guilty of such and such a breach,
: saw it, the circumstances of }would not the Same argument
appeal would be like an appeal} hold?
fom Caesar’s wife to his ghost. |
was quite obvious that the; At the present time, time was
fommissioner would uphold the! being wasted when officers: had
guthority of those just below him | to come to town with their wit-
f preference to the lower police- {| nesses to make a case. The
~ men. | whole day’s trend of duties were

a } usually disrupted
© It was a different matter to The Honourable member for
Making a case from a Police Magis- |

r John should be careful and
Mate to an Assistant Court of | not make such loose remarks as

St

fae appeal. They could not be that | «unlimited power”. The power!
te of impartiality. The ten-}| was limited

ee ne Strict ‘discipline Up) te hoped Gut: Mal@erebis

Eheld in such DERARSICHYS was Of | members who had expressed

Beeeneracier which would Sup-| ti cin foarte about their misgivings

Beg once? against & polices | id gan there was nothing

man. horrible in their misgivings.

Waste of Time

Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) said
| that if they felt it was a waste of
| time in letting an officer take a case

From that view he would move
that further consideration of the
matter be postponed. It was a
question which called for further
consideration than he was sure

™ eeeorty ¥ we lin town, there was no reason why
eee 280 given: tt: | they could not allow the Deputy
Mr. Crawford (C) said that Commissioner of Police to go

inthe objects and reasons of the \ around the island to settle cases.

Bill it had been pointed out that He did not agree with the trial

tne Police” oe rs of a constable being conducted

pee, te Bening ao by a Superintendent. In the

authorise the officers to weight try the officer wt ‘rae in
© the punishment of members of | “°™y the officer who was

charge of a platoon did not try

the rank of ser- 4
cases against constables. The}

the force below

nt who were found guilty of . >
Riondtuct or negligence. The | Company Commander tried the
Bill went on to state that the | cases of offences. ;
policeman hed a right to appeat In the Superintendent’s posi-|
fo the Commissioner in every | tion ke would not be sufficiently
case. removed from the men to settle
. The senior member for St. Lucy | any cases with a totally unbiased Ti
; had observed that in a matter of | feeling.
. that sort they should go very ss
carefully and view the Calver| J" the Force the Deputy Com-

missioner was sufficiently far
; removed from the actual work-
ing of the Police that he could
view any disturbances with an
impartial eye and give a decision
that most likely the constable

Recommendations closely.
Time Not Ripe

He did not think the time was
yet Tipe for the execution of the



i feesre change: If it were /himself would have preferred.
Es on the basis of the reasons ;
) by the Honourable Senior Mr. Reece (E) said he natu-
; ber for St. Thomas, there | Tally agreed that they should go
Was but little use in supporting | to the more convenient step of
: the Bill. preventing all cases having to go
| to town. Another question, how-
They had to bear in mind apari | ‘ever, was that of who should try
fom the reasons given by the | the eases of offences and that

Calver Report, many other rele-

was how the dfficulty arose.

Bees ince ee > If the Commissioner ens oe
; . roper person to deal with the
fom the ranks to become officers. ee. then he should go

For psychological and other rea- around to the various districts.

fms the officer from the ranks

Would have more difficulty in{ It would always generally be
Maintaining discipline in the felt by the policeman that even
ranks than the previous officers | j¢ the officer was right and his
had had. punishment by no means harsh,

there would still be that degree
of satisfaction lacking if he had
not had the dispute threshed out
by the Commissioner. In _ nis
role as a lawyer he had always

| It was alright to say that a
defaulter should appeal, but it
WaS not so easy as it looked. It
Was difficult to imagine a Police

? issioner going against an

in a yer aan found that people were more
_ co vee satisfied when a matter finally
He then seconded the motion for| Went to a High Court,
Postponement.

Dr. Cummins (L) said he saw
no good that could be achieved
by postponing the questiory but
he appreciated the suggestion of
the Honourable members and from
that angle he would accept the
postponement.

») Mr. Allder (L) said that he was
Ma position of informing them that
Hw majority of the men involved
hot appreciate the ultimatum
ofthe Bill. He felt that they had
tihalong suffered from a certain





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A BILL which is to decide whether Police Officers will be

police constables, with | sanctimonious,
appeal to the Com-

and they should refrain from doing



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A ms. —. ¢ —~ . <-vencimenerensenondseistheneanaesinieestenesinen -
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ur an nister infil
Griffiths Will Urge under any si ister influence,
ue ~ ets J Pe: rs me . ea y= from speaking & . 99 ‘. f
a Out in a ¢ ‘t of law
Improvements | : : = ot declared, was i Soaping dulls ee
2 ; a , Was under |
er Pare 1 | @ “rom Pore 1 “H S not released r any daptens pressure from any | q
" —a | particular 0 cet |
through the colonies, you will not | purpose prejudicial to the safety | own case te Vee vteae? The Chik Tus i f
think him prim and schoolmaster- | and interest of the State.” were re ed.” S said: a ae iis seaciae a oa ve Gee 7
ly. He is certainly a mah “There is no need for e to Sir H lows ae ai¢ a — rat apd Curds Bennett |
jwith @ Sehse of mission, but/ko further into the prisoner's |“freely and vol te nl fore ee neat Fuchs “stands be- | ‘
| nobody etl a call him | Paokboen: etiam nee ee | fore me as @ sane man, and not | :
} “But in the statement, which banis of " id een es one relying upon Schizorsrena. ,
; the stz t, 1 j basis of the evidence $e ‘dean aaa “ 4
_ His most pleasant characteristic | the prisoner has miade, and whieh Sir Hartley a luded by say-| of the Gaee on ae men, the
is that he delights in tinding|forms the whole basis of this ing Fuchs his confession | country could have on its che nd } 4
younger people with vision and| Prosecution, the questions of mo- | while he was still a free man ~ VG OS S58 Gores,” | i
energy, ped x ,S0 inextricably _mixed “able to come and go as he chose, | .. pentencing Fuchs, Chief Justice i
He makes followers easily, more} Wit questions of fact that 7 think | consult his friends and take the | Goddard told him, “You might
than any other man at the head, /t Would be right, both in fairness | advice of his lawyers. But un-j have imperilled the friendship
of the Labour Party; he is one/!® the prisoner and in a warning | happily, no assistance he can now | between this country and the
who is grieved by the self-evident | ® others, | to say some words ! give can repair the damage he | great American Republic, with
jfac’ that youths are no longer about motives. The motives do | has already done.” ; | whom His Majesty is Allied.
inspired by Socialism. make explicable facts, which in | a : ‘You have done irreparable
| . Politically, James Grifiths is | the absence of professed motives | Sinister Confessions | harm to. this land, and to the |
power. As Chairman of the La-| ight be difficult to understand,” | United States—and you did it for
bour Party, he is certainly “No i Shawcross declared. | rte, brosecuting Counsel added | the hope of furthering your
3” in rl Far ea ; ae S : ; ‘Mat British courts would not act} motives. i
a pa eral gaia after Att A Communist jon “sinister confessions, extracted |
ete ee : : "i ji one way or another after a/ Lord Goddard asked whether
Within a day of his reaching the Sir Hartley continued: “The long period of aural ticurere. Britain would now “dare to give
Colonial Office, James Griffiths | prisoner is a Communist, and that /tion, and by
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long-term contract

will ask for a full report on vhe

costs of living, the state of hous-
ing, the state of health services.
and measures that are taken
against povert'y in esch and every
colony.

I can say that because I know

what his attitude is towards the

Government. Where the previous
Colonial Secretary was primarily
interesved in the development of
polittcal movements, Mr. Griffiths
will be interested first and fore-
most in the improvement of every-
day life. ‘

James Grfffiths may not
av the Colonial Office for a
time. This Government may
last long.
Griffiths has been sent to the
Colonial Office on a mistaken im-
pression that it is one of uhose

stay
long

appointments that can easily be}
|

skimped.

Wrong Impression ?

If Attlee’s Government has t
face the electorate again soon it
will need Griffiths as one of it:
campaign stars. He has the merit
of not being a “left winger’
within the Party, and yet he is
trusted by the “left”—miners and
doctrinaire Socialists—at the same
time he is a disarming and popu-
lar, easy tempered man, suitable
for appeal to the middle classes

After the Prime Minister's politi-
cal speech tacticians reckoned that
the radio speech Griffiths made
was the most effective for Labour
in the whole campaign.

—By Cable.



Brit. Guiana
Timber Survey

LONDON, By Mail.

A special contributor to “The
mes” in an article from Manaka,
British Guiana, surveying timber
resources in the Colony, says that
one compiaint is that the Colonial
Development Corporations plan is
not benefitting Guiana quickly or
directly,

“At its peak,” says the article,
“it will employ only 700 workers,
This obviously does not go to the
root of Guiana’s problem, which
may be summarised as follows:
The recent eélimination of the
malarial mosquito has caused a
sharp up-curve in the population
graph.

“At the same time the terms of
the United Kingdom contract
limit the development of the
sugar industry, on which nearly

a quarter of the population, num- | The
depend. } badly planned when it was con-

bering in all 400,000,

Some increase in efficiency here is | structed

not |
It is possible, of course, |

|

;no

| opened

is at once an explanation, and,
indeed, the tragedy of this case.

edy.

The Communist part of his
mind thus allowed him to do
things which the other parts of
his mind recognised clearly were
wrong.

Indeed, his statement so far
we have been able to check
we believe to be true. It is
object lesson on the meaning

as
it,
an
of

}modern Communism.

Shaweross said that Commun-
ists in Great Britain were com-
paratively few, but supporters of
Communism believed it was
necessary to become potential
traitors to their own country in

sillusioned, and

country

doubt was
came to place |}



Sir Hartley read an extract
from a statement by Fuchs telling
of his decision to serve Commun-
ism.

“I remember clearly
the newspaper
train”, the statement said. “I
immediately realised the signifi-
cance of the underground strug-
gle, which had started. I took my
coat, where I had carried it.

I was ready to accept the
philosophy of the Party, as right
in the coming struggle”.

in the

Politics

Sir Hartley Shaweross said that
Fuchs was granted British nation-
ality only after the most exhaus-
tive inquiries had been made
Fuchs seemed to take no active
interest in politics, nor was he
known at any time to have asso-
ciated with British Communists
He was interned in Canada early }
in the war, but at the beginning |
of 1942 when the danger of a|
German invasion on Britain was
feared, Fuchs was released.



He then went to Glasgow Uni-
versity to pursue academic
studies.



Bungalow To
Be Rebuilt

(Barbados Advocate ¢». respondent)

4NTIGUA (By Mail)

Barclays Bank bungalow at Sv.
Johns, Antigua, is going to be
completely demolished tu ground
level. The present bungalow has
a very attractive appearance from
the street with well kept
grounds and one of the best kitch-
en and flower gardens in the city.
house itself was originally

‘wenty-two years ago

thi “eral -ears the whole of
still possible through mechanisa- | Within recent years the whole of

tion but the immediate

results the northern side of the building

even of that would be a decrease, aS sunk so badly and the cost of

not an increase in employment.
is necessary therefore to find
other outlets.”

Mentioning the Government rice
mill erected some years ago, the
writer adds:

“There seems a case for the
erection of another, either through
private or public investment.
present severe floods are inter-
ferring with the rice production,
also there is an _ unsatisfactory

for the sale of rice to the British
West Indies.”—B.U.P.

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Thursday,





March 2, 1950





— |
Geverning Two

Countries

MR. ATTLEE’S Caretaker Government

will have caused no surprise in the Colonies.
-- The main offices have been retained by Mr.

Attlee, Mr. Morrison and Sir Stafford
. > Cripps and the reshuffling of many Minis-
* + ters has little political significance.

| As far as thé Colonies are concerned, the

continuity in office of a Welshman is carry-
- ing on a tradition begun by Lord Hall and
‘carried on by Mr. Creech Jones. Mr.
‘James Griffiths is an ex-Blacksmith and
* author of a book on coal. Since 1945 he
** has been Minister of National Insurance.
- * His appointment is therefore again in keep-
4 4 ing with the tradition that the office of
) Seeretary of State for the Colonies should
be a step in the ladder of promotion to
Cabinet rank.

But the fact that few people in the Col-
> * onies had ever heard of Mr. Griffiths is a
} symbol of what must be expected from the

present uncertainties of British political

life.

The appointment of a Bevan or a Strachey
to fill the post of Secretary of State at this
critical period in the tide of British politi-
‘al life would have meant the injection of







a new note in Colonial policy, at a time
484 when the British cannot rely on the results
hee in of the General elections as a mandate for
eee any one political party to carry on a con-
ys troversial programme.
, i It is well for the West Indies that the
caretaker period is to be carried on for |
it i them by a man who has no reputation for
AE aggressiveness, but who is certain to have

his sympathies sufficiently attuned to the
needs of Colonials that his short tenure of
office—if it be short-—will be used to assist
the Colonies in much the same way as Mr.
Jones’ efforts were aimed in this direction.

The larger question arising not so much
from the announcement of Mr. Attlee’s
* >} Cabinet as from the narrow majority ob-
))) tained by Labour is what will be the future
' of the British Government.

It must be obvious that any Labour Gov-
ernment would find it impossible to get a
majority even within its own political camp
for any kind of controversial legislation.

/ It is a reasonable inference that the main-
| tenance of Mr. Bevan as Minister of Health
| is a sure sign that the Left of Labour must
be kept in check until the results of another
electién decide whether the swing is still
to the right or back to the left.

And the announcement of Mr. Attlee’s
‘ieee. Cabinet confirms the original speculation
sed of most political commentators that a coali-
aS + tion was impossible because of the clear

Mie? signs given by yoters that they were in

iF ' | fact voting for one way of life or another.

han
a j armed camps.

a







There can be no coalition between two



i it But if a coalition has proved impossible
Hia0m it is equally clear that there can be no
2" Socialism. The overall effect of the Gen-
ee eral elections was in fact the triumph of



the Tories over a party which had pointed
to its bye-election victories as a sure sign
predominantly So-

that the country wa

elections prove that

there are two countries in Great Britain

Socialist and Conservative Neither can
carry out controversial legislation based
on the triumph of either point of view.
Therefore there must be a new election

s00n
Whether that election will follow a Bud-
get which
of Li
er period of concentration on tackling de

affairs

| itself indicate a new policy
whether it will follow a long-
fence and no can
prophesy. The mpst one can confidently
say, is that Mr. Attlee’s Cabinet is a fitting
Cabinet for Minister
present position is only accurately describ-
able as Head of a Caretaker Government.
The Colonies should benefit from a period

foreign one

Prime whose

of political truce.

ae

Labour Not Down-Hearted



| slaughtered



Wicksteed And The Lion

Bernard Wicksteed In Darkest Afriea

TSAVO NATIONAL PARK,

KENYA, (By Mail).

HAD an experience this week

that was rather unusual. I
was bitten on the behind by a
lion. Circus trainers put ther
heads in lions’ mouths and live
to tell the tale, but I went into
the mouth of this lion backwards
and lived to sit down.

The lion, or rather the lioness
(they're more to be feared than
the male), made this barefaced
attack on the Press a place
called Tsavo. You may have
heard of it, because there's a
famous book called “The Man-
eaters of Tsavo” that every red-
blooded boy in my day
practically knew by heart.

The original man-eaters lived
bere at Tsavo when the railway
was being built from Mombasa
to Uganda. There were two of
them, and they ate 28 Indian
cooles and scores of uncounted
Africans. Before they were
finaly shot by the engineer in
charge they had caused a three
weeks’ strike on the line—not
for more pay, but for fewer
man-eating lions

They are now in the Chicago
Natural History Museum, stuffed
with sawdust instead of people

So you can sée that, if you
have to be bitten by a lion
Tsavo is the place to choose

Of course I didn’t go there for
exactly that purpose. I went be-
cause in time to cone Tsavo is
going to be famous for somethine
more than man-eating lions. I!
is going to be one of ‘the few

Jaces ‘in Africa where your
erandchildren and mine wil be
eble to see elephant, rhino, anc
cther big game outside a circus

z00
The wild life of Africa is being
at such a rate to
make way for ground--nuts and
sett’ers and to satisfy sportsmen
that unless something is done
about it soon many species will
become extinct in our lifetime

So Tsavo and an area round it
as big as Kent and Surrey put
together have just been set aside
as a national park where the
animals can live at peace with
man if not with one another

At the moment this area is
being run by a couple of men
and two boys of 19

Lion’s Welcome

NE of these wardens asked
me if I’d like to stay with

or

him at his camp. I jumped at
the chance, little guessing that

he'd got a descendant of the man-
caters staying with him as a pet

The warden met me aé the rail-
way and drove me back to his
camp. As we puled up at his
tent two dogs and a lion came
bounding out to meet us.

I don't know if you've ever
been welcomed by a friendly lion
but its a thing you don't forget

“Take no notice” said my
host picking up my hat and
dusting it. “It’s only Iola. She
won't hurt] you. Down, Io"a,
down. There’s a good lion.”
lola is nine months old and

weighs 170 Ibs. She was brought
up on tinned milk, cod liver oil,
vitamin tablets and calcium in-

jections. She eats about 30 Ibs
of meat at a meal

“They're much the same
bring up as babies,” said
warden, who is a fami'y man
himself. “When she'd finished
her bottle I used to put her over
my shoulder to get her wind up.”

As with kittens, lions intended
for pets must be house-trained
How do you house-train a lion’
You squirt .the great beast with
an insecticide gun until he learns
to behave.

to

the

Lien’s Game

OLA was brought to the house
when she was five days old.
A native ranger found her alon



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Book Review



An Elizabethan Sea-Dog

HAWKINS OF PLYMOUTH
By JAMES A WILLIAMSON
(Black 25/-)

THIS is not the first time that

Dr. Williamson has written about
this period of English maritime
history, nor indeed the first time
that he has written about Sir
John Hawkins. His “Age of
Drake”, a study of the English
Seadogs, showed him to be the

leading authority on Tudor sea-
history, and twenty-two years ago
|he wrote a life of Hawkins which
was based on the most compre-
hensive research he was able to
make at that time

Since then much new material
|has become available, the most
important being “Caribbean Doc-
uments” collected by Miss I. A.
Wright from the Spanish Archives
of the Indies and published by the
Hakluyt Society. In view of all
this new material and the natural
change in his own judgment and
outlook over the years, Dr. Wil-
liamson decided not to revise his



MR. ATTLEE told 2,000 Labour supporters In

London last night “I am not going to suggest as

to when we shall have another election, but

elections come from time to time”. He described

x the election result as “a remarkable victory” for
ei) Labour

& “We a t the shtest bit down-hearted,”

he said.

“Of course, We nave :
have we had an
ment?

“We have i

dificult job, but when
the Labour Govern-

eas)

one in

Sow

fight, and we will fight again”.



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OUR READERS SAY:

















previous work but to write a
completely new viography ‘of
Hawkins

“Hawkins of Plymouth” is not
up to the standard of the “Age of
Drake,” at any rate not so far as
the general reader is concerned.
It is in fact a historian’s book,



By lan Gale

and the amount of material that
Dr. Williamson has collected is at
times rather overwhelming. Not
content with merely chronicling
the events of each voyage, he
tells us every little detail—the
winds, tides and the state of the
ship’s hull. Also, the book records
the history of the whole Hawkins
family—William, John and Rich-
ard—in other words, it covers the
complete sixteenth century

John Hawkins made several
slaving voyages, the first one be-
ing in 1862. It is interesting to

note what the author has to say
about slaving:” In the sixteenth
century no one saw anything
wrong with the slave trade, Cer-

—

What’s on Today

Police Commissioners’ Con
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at 9.00 a.m.

Police Display
“A” at 5 p.m.

Mobile Cinema at Boscobel
Area, St. Peter at 7.30 p.m.

Mr. George Hunte lectures
on “How a British News-
paper is Made” at British
Council at 8.15 p.m.





at District



f

in the bush like a lost|

child
Lionesses are good ne:ghbours

crying

When one of them wants to pop)
out for the meat the others will]
look after her cubs. In [Iola’s}

case something went wrong with |
the cub-sitting arrangements

Life is full of little. surprises
when you live in a camp with a
12%-stone kitten at large. You
may be sitting at dinner whet
something under the table starts
eating your foot.

Forgetting for the moment it’s
a lion you try to kick it off, an
that is taken as a signal that
you're feeling playful too, an
would like a little game

In a flash the table’s over-
turned, and you’re flat on your
back in the dust with a purring
lion on your chest.



Lion's Roar

T dusk the warden had the

native servants light a fire
in front of the tents and another
at the back.

“You ought to have been her:
last night,” he said nonchalantly .
“An old lion came and stood five |
yards in front of the tent ana |
roared at me. I want to s cep
tonight. I’ve lighted the fires.’

After this, the conversation
turned, not unnaturally, to lions
Here are some of the facts 1)
learned: —

LIONS have more bacteria :n
their claws than their teeth sc
it’s better to be bitten than
clawed.

LIONS like to eat you fee!
first, and leave your head til
last, though they may eat your
ears as hors d'oeuvres

LIONS don't like fires but the
origina! man-eaters of Tsavi
became so bold they lay down
in front of them to eat the'r vic-
tims.

I can’t think why, but after |
this conversation I didn’t sleep |

very well. |

Lion's Spring

HE fires died down, and as
everyone else was as'eep I
erept out in my bare feet, armed
with nothing more lethal than a

penknife, and stoked them up
again.

Some time after this a leopard
approached the camp. | didn’t
see it, but the dogs did and woke
every one up. Leopards adore
eating dogs and baboons, and, for
all I know, newspapermen, too
Instead of shooting it, the warden
drove it off with a thunderflash
(one of those things like giant
squibs we used to make bangs
with at battle schools)



After that we all went to bed
again, and when dawn came I
thought the worst was over. But}
oh no. The servants filled 4!
canvas bath behind my tent, and, ;
unaware that IP was being stalked |
by the playful Iola. | took off!
my clothes aid bent down to feel|
the heat of the water. !

And that was the moment she |
sprang. Everyone but me thought |
it frightfully funny. |

—L.E.S.



tainly John Hawkins, who was |
sensitive about his good name, }
was not ashamed of it.. he |
saw the bloody and capricious |

tyrannies to which the negroes}
were subject in Africa, he knew |
that some negroes voluntarily |
gave themselves to the slavers in |
order to escape, and he knew also|
that the negroes were valuable |
eriough in the western colonies |
to ensure from their owners|
treatment which must have |
seemed quite decent to the poor |
souls themselves. That would
have been his answer if anyone}
had argued about it. But no one}
did. Much morality is relevant to}
time and place. What is wrong |
to-day was right yesterday.” But
surely Hawkins must have ap-
preciated the suffering the slaves
endured during the Middle Pas-!
sage? However, he was a trader,
and slaves were a valuable com-
modity.

Although most readers will find
this book rather too long-winded,
it contains some exciting chap-
ters on Hawkins’ third voyage to)

the Caribbean and the. Spanish| <

betrayal in San Juan de Ulua. |
Perhaps the most distinctive]
feature of the book is fhe author’s
obvious enthusiasm for the period}
about which he writes.





Bus Drivers Get More Than Sixth Form Masters

Potatoes—Its Economic Chaos In

land Flowing With State
Milk And (Dried) Eggs

By Peter ONeill

United States newspapers record these two cur- |
rent items:— |
1) A child at a Briminghan, Alabama, school did not |
eat lunch because he was adhamed of the one biscuit |
his mother had given him. His coal-miner fathor has |
worked two days only this year because of strikes |

2) There is so much food in stock in the U.S. at the}

moment that divided among 1,000,000 people, each
wuuld get» an egg a day fdr seven years, two
pounds of potatoes a day for three years, and a4
quart of milk a day for two years

Add to these reports the fact that the U.S.
Government has more eggs, potatoes and other
foodstuffs in stock than it can even give away,
the wail of American farmers that their incomes |
sre declining, and the assertion by an expert that |
aever have so many American miners’ children |
been so hungry as today. (The little boy in Bir-
ningham is no iso ated case).

PENALTY FOR EATING

It now pays a farmer in America better io grow
potatoes for pigs that will be bought by the Gov-
_rnment at inflated prices than it does to feed
hem to humans. In fact there is a financial |
penalty attached to eating “State potatoes”’.

Put plainly the United States produces far more
food than it can ever consume and its interna:
politics dictate that the Government shali con- |
iinue to make this profitable for farmers instea.l
sf letting ample supplies enforce lower prices. |
The surplus cannot be exported because would-be
customers in a world with considerable “hungr-
satches” do not have the dollars. They ‘ack
‘hem because the United States nearfng produc-
ive self-sufficiency, does not import enough |

So the not-so-merry-go-round twirls w th
farmers and politicians gaily ridfmg the hobby-
norses and the public paying for the tickets.

BASIS OF THE LAW

A’ready the United States Government devotes }
»ver £1,400,000,000 in subsidising out of taxes the
rices farmers receive for their produce—not to}
owering the price at which they are sold in the
shops And the law lays it down that the Gov-
“rnment must decide how far they will “support”
arm produce on the basis of supply and demand |
or a given item, the importance of the national}
economy and to agriculture, ability to dispose |
f what is thus State-bought, and the ability and
villingness of producers to keep supplies in /ine
with demand.

In practice that last consideration means th
villingness of producers fo grow less food, breed |
ewer animals, if it becomes necessary to heighten
he market value through a little judicious arti-
ficial shortage. |

No wonder the Government and the public are |
becoming alarmed at the trend of the euphemis- |
icall'y-termed “support” programme. The farmers
ievertheless see their war-time prosperity fading
iespite all supports. Total U.S. farm income}
lropped by £714 millions in the past two years}
ind may decline as much again during 1950. It}
is said that agricultural expenses have risen by
£350 millions odd since 1947.

Yet the farmers—it is a Government
estimate—are making twice as much
money as before the war!

, THE GREAT POTATO SCHEME |

Farmers point to the fact that in January the
number of hired workers employed was a new
ow record at 992,000, a 1 percent. decline on a
year ago. But, U.S. farming is largely a family



iffair with far fewer numbers employed frem
yutside, and the total agricultural workers at
the moment, including farmers’ families, is

7,310,000.

There is no doubt farming booms still. More eggs
and milk are being produced than ever before in
U.S. history. Hogs are in over-supply, even more
so are potatoes.

A farmer can sell potatoes to the Government at
10s. 5d. a cwt. They stay on the farm, however. The
Government can’t get rid of them, so when the}
Agriculture Department man turns up with a)
cheque for the money due, the farmer gives him
another cheque in exchange and gets his own
potatoes back for livestock feed—at rattyr less
than a penny per cwt. Profit 10s. 4d. a ewt. and



EGG PLAN

no moving costs to pay! |

other places,

because

children are staying from
they’ve
to boil into a stew for such as do turn up.

The Government suggests now that egg prices
should go-up a bit because farmers have not got
less for them since the depression of the '30’s and
they are cutting down orders for baby chicks. That
will force the price up swifty and viciously in the
autumn and winter. So the Government
must buy some eggs to help out.

But—1950 began with 2,600 million eggs in Gov-
ernment

feels it

warehouses alone—17
weman and child in the nation. In under two
months it added another 180 million—all in the
form of dried powder, some of which the Govern-
ment failed to sell to Britain.

Retail egg prices range from 1/9d. to 3/8d. a
dozen. Farmers complain these prices mean they
can only buy nine pounds of poultry feed per
dozen eggs sold instead of the usual 12.8 pounds.

PIGS AND POLITICS
Pigs account for about 12 percent of all farm

for every man,

ducing belt is a key area in the Congressional
€ lections this autumn. Political observers confidently
forecast that farmers will not lose on pigs if the
Government can help it.

To end up with potatoes. Another bright Gov-
ernment plan which even officials don’t think will
work goes like this. For three farthings you can
buy a Government sack (worth 1/242d.)

100 pounds

potatoes If you eat them, however, you must pay
the Government £1. 1s. extra per sack, if you throw
them away you must pay 7/2d.

You can export them if you can find a buyer—
but not to Canada, Cuba, or the Caribbean. It will
cost you about 12/6d. to get one sack across the
Atlantic where you might find a buyer at 12/lid. a
sack Profit 5d. Loss to the U.S. Government
id/-

And there are 65 million bushels
potatoes before the spring crop.

of surplus





Meanwhile back in Birmingham and plenty of)

schools
got no food and teachers make
house to house collections for vegetables and bread

income from market and the greatest pork ma

It holds
of free potatoes. You can have as
many sacks as you like but you must also take the





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To The Editor, The Advocate, mittee declared that some 40 xr Electricity Consumers Association Is the B.A.F.A, run by their own some scoring, and whe as Sa a oe ra (

SIR,— Your interest on behalf cent of the university anus’ of is only the first of many petition- rules or not? Any’ Association Coppin’s ae I on cee one have had Mr. Constantine’s }
of schoolmasters is shared bythe scientists was needed in the ing bodies which will attract the automatically ceases to exist if to see Rollox with such fine figures wee i 9 = Seneca, and . we}
London Spectator. In a reecnt schools, but owing to the im- attention of Government. the Annual General Meeting is not and decided to look up my recenaeeie coe 5 oo eo the preseny | |
editorial the Spectator wrote mensely more attractive condi- Far too long have the people called according to the time speci- and this is what I saw. Rollox 90 et oe: wo to get into a D

‘one’ ‘cry 08 the underpaid tions offered by industry it is of Barbados been made to pay eon their rules. Has this been overs, 14 maidens, 286 runs, 2 absence etek ane in’ the |
Pe Be AS an ait notorious that competent science take it o leave it prices for a a to? ; wickets, that gives the splendid Obviously Mr, Constantine ha’ | \

Sten in the post-) _ ear’ £O masters are virtually unobtain- utility services of all kinds. The re Agenda for the Council figures at 143 runs per wicket 2 chip on his shoulder he |}
often in the post-war years that able. If the question is asked, why failure of private enterprise to Meeting 3rd Item 3—“Receive SCORER ot i eer. vot be i
mere reiteration has in some chould any university graduate of build homes for any but the Annual Report & Financial State. Blow ifard : thoula be old enough now to} |
cases deadened its effec’. But any competence become a school- well-to-do or the poor, and the ment for 1949 Seasyn”—if this is am ee - an people like a}
Mi x g address given by master, the only answer must be bankruptcy of Government plan- correct, why have e7 annual Gen- To The Editor, The Advocate ee ee ever his complex. | |
Mi Woolley » Educ ational that he feels a definite vocation ning with respect to bringing down eral Meeting? 4 SIR,—In a review of his bool ion may be. ; ;
ps y~oT the Oxford Univer+ for that calling. That does happen, the high cost of living are both JOHN SHANNON “Cricket Crackers” Mr. L. N. wm |
ated prone Board, to the and the community is content to shown up. It is time that respon- “Tenby,” Constantine is reported to have Flat (Sic
Incorporat« ; A oclation of Head- exploit such a “man's ideals sible citizens put private enter- Hastings Stated that “nowhere .n the wo! id T . @ ( ic) Rate «
masters on Tuesday stated the shamelessly. But even that will prise on its mettle and by associa- : ‘vith the possible exception of To The Editor, The Advocate, th
Spey language it 15 NDPOS- pot continue, for a man must, tion give a lead to Government Correction South Africa of D. Malan, is th SIR,—Anent the criticisms of
oe ~ io oe ee nerd most properly, think of his wife in organising public utilities. To The Editor, The Advocate, colour bar more evident in cricket the Electric Corporation I can add
oh : may be selected onq children; has he a right to Cheap houses, electricity, gas SIR,—-Allow me to correct Mr, “han in our land.” Surely this * amen quipte
the i ar a ‘ condemn them to poverty by en- water and transportation are Coppin in connection with A, B, Statement has little significance 2? poration asked me to

cl : A he tering an underpaid profession requisites for development. But Rollox’s bowling figures. Mr. When one considers that the first- 22™°° to what was called a Fiat

; } ule | eas * when he could enter a well-paid unless citizens who pay the bills Coppin states it his artick The class icketing ountri ne Rate of one dollar. I agreed, but i
: , pe on one? The sequence is plain — protest where shall we find sup- B.G.-Barbados Test Keview® that England, Australia, West Indies, W2€® my account came along the i
i teachers, second-rate port Rollox sent down 90 overs for 103 New Z d. India a Sou ), Flate Rate was no n - {
entrants econd-rate SYMPATHISER ins and took three wickets, and Africa. | tatement boile Gellar but $1.20. On enquiry \
pu i-rat on i : r ' t 1. a 1 ‘ W ] that
and tt Football Association te ‘ te ‘ = K ¢ :
I \ ting pr tu We c 4
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i READER SIR.—-I am at loss to under- give e i ¢ L happene in . F ; Rate 5
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9

MARCH

police H.Q.
Inspected
By Adviser

Hei RSD AY



Cc. JOHNSON, lice |
savicer to the Secretary ot |
fevied out a general in- |
oer, Central Police |

, at the }
' » Monday He inspected
on }

» Barracks, Police Can-
ce aaa
' numerous Offices.
‘4g his tour of inspection
Dn

secompanied by Colonel}

sshelin, Commissioner o
, Ser R. A. Stoute, Deputy
Ncigner, and Capt. ee a
“Guperintendent in charge of

7 Mi

Bicson will be presiding
H ‘nonference of Police Com-
i ea the Caribbean Area
mw FELL in nearly every
on Monday night ana
morning. Those
best aistributea

tor the

paris
. Juesday
ars were the
ie island ad past
ge with 62 parts, record-
viest rainiall while no
Came in from St. Lucy o1
. While the City record-

warts during the night,
Hill district had three
.. i and 30 during



+ raintall returns during the
n Monday and up to 6 o clock
1 fay morning were: City 25
Station Hill District 33 parts,
Tie St. Peter 7 parts, St.
T parts, St. James 39 parts,
Gwirew 12 parts, and St. John



WABLE is now being put

Mown along Lucas and
Moe Streets by the Electric
: This cable will run

West Indian Knitting Mill
the Central

bs opposite

PABOUT 10.20 p.m. on Mon-
ay the body a woman
as Lilly Downes was dis-
along Bulls Alley by
Skeete, a resident of Bulls

Â¥

f
ol

pe reported the matter to}
lice and the body was later
ato the Public Mortisg.ry. |
py was performed yes-

|

|

9 |

LOSS of a pig valued $4.32]
reported by Mr. Edwin |
Manager of Andrews
He stated that the
removed from the Plan-

on Monday

”
tion.

|
ACCIDENT occurred at the
junction of Bay Street and
tic Gap at about 6.45 p.m.
day between the motor van
owned by the Adams
Dairy Farm, Christ Church,
by Cnarles Best of
Village, and a bicycle
ad ridden by Carlisle}
batch of Rockley.
Mbatch injured both
He was treated at the
i Hospital and discharged.

|



» 62 parts, St. Thomas |

1950





a ii cli a a

THE CAR—after the smash on

an

Spooner’s Hill

Amalgamation Would
Benefit W.I. Police

Conference Opens Today

AMALGAMATION of the British
Forces into one composite Force is am

West Indian Police |





Although most of his experience] ists that there was so a



meh pedal, crank and front

the cycle were damaged.
ft head lamp and left
mier'of the van were also

HY

OUT 7.15 p.m. on Sun-
Ya fire of unknown origin
hat Andrews Plantation,
and destroyed
fist crop ripe canes, They

ed and are the property
ime Plantation,

RéeD 2%

}
|

MCOIDENT took place at
‘omer of Prince William
ald Parry Streets at about
®0n Friday between the
vin M-1424, owned by
er of Hindsbury Road,

Ht by Frederick Hunte of









great
was with Police Forces in the
United Kingdom, he recognised
the limitations which had existed
in ‘some of the Colonial Forces
in the past.

Fundamentally, he said, polic-

need of amalgamation.

He was not suggesting thai the
nature of the crime that was
found in the islands was of
particularly difficult character
but crime, whatever the type and



ri in pel eee th oo wherever it was found, affected] j
Ki area ae ere he cate the community as whole and] }
ae om, le law was a mon vitally affected the y depart-| ;
bi = re sO was the applica-| vent of every Police Force j
10n 0 police principles St ]
atus l

The war years had made ere

a gap. . :
Some of the Forces he had pa Mr. Johnson advecntod
on his tour had not got the up- building up of Police ak
to-date equipment they should | that would provide a profe siona
have, and a number of them had | Status which would be th

th
ie

S ely
a I

ri



im

iti i : any ¢ ; \ vanted
not got proper facilities for train- ; of any ambitious boy W — ~ ve t
ng, either as regards buildings or | to offer a lifetime of s€ ae i
instructors, the public and at the same time 1
Co-Ordinate Training reach the top ranks of the ser -
: att, eat a 7 yas through service to the
* “I am hoping”, said Mr. John-| /t, wa &

policeman would















fe Land, Hindsbury Road.| son, “that some arrangement will — oo ean the respect and| !
we Owned and ridden|be possible to. co-ordinate the Ea vee pel ore public. that. hef
tld Kenrick Green of training of a number of Forces | peshity Ww : 1
it. George, ‘in the West Indies which will | er. Weldaien” uevived: here SineLh
cist fell and injured his| allow a more economical and | faa , He 7 Gees inspecting |
ad right foot. The| more advanced form of training} A yeninl Paling Forces since Janel
slightly damaged than is possible at present es ee na his’ tour, haslt
: | each island carrying an individual | @°Y last year, fre including the| 0
v TRILL of Harts Gap,| unit. ae ‘leon ‘Bo hai. and | tl
stChurch, xeported that | “Now that the war is over, the West Africa ee te
ig am. on Friday, when|‘nnual intake is less per force, rt a salt Ssiameebice tecgaicdom saul
ee ming trom a fishing| and that means that training has ue aE: Sta ais pected ;
2 Boat, the “GO C. Lily”,}to be done thoroughly, as it [9 am. toc ied “p Bovis ofits
; “ "l should be; and the most satisfac- end pe aterhir ty Be ae eotit; bes, anes Fe
Ome fat he was taken into|tory arrangement is to combine the ¢ olonial ne 7
; inc, ov 2 third | SOS ERS WES VOlD-Ge: Epes | " filending the Conference |
4 ¢ state: a ae : orces. oe ere Seeks: Has
: oe — “Mount, Speaking about the conference, be Comensiones 7 Onrett, ritishs|
me tuck the “Lily” an at Mans Johnson said the agenda in- | Muses tal We AL Caluer, Tamate |
Be e “Lily” and cludes a wide variety of matters Guiana; Co : tk ah, toe caeat
Bly is a which are of common interest to | ca; Col. J. R. % es me a
© insured for $300, all the Forces of the area. = ‘ imide; Col V. Jan es, Wind- |
P, i TURES ,{was the first time as far as he rinidad; Col. &. V TRF) m
e5 on ee knew that such a conference was wane es ae and
Md visitors re « on being held in the Caribbean Area,/ R. T, Michelin, Barba
: ; |
+ Were entertained 19 |
{ }
3 & Was also a musical | ds Made Active and Youthful |
4 » Eddie Bohne looked an , ' ;
§ of the programme 2 se a |
. Williams, Secretary for in ours |
i he the Advocate
5 zadies’ Eve ” ae as the Vi-To
5 encourage husbands | American Dector’s Discovery serene ie Tmarvelous
ae bring out thei lood, Nerves, Seema |
Ng out their Strengthens B i” before their ; '
Hiveetneare Body, Memory, Brain, Mus- dee ke
t ' id ce—Better Ellis, of Canada, re-
ot he Mount Tabor cles, and Enduran cently wrote: “Not only
seig’l at St.John is| Than Gland, Operations. Mich the blagd nares’? |
Dg repaired. The Thanks to the discover of an, fasertone red corpuscles, but it
Doctor, it is now possible for likewise activates the
® Monday last and} feel Prematurely old, Run-down an land system. This is
Se Tapidly, © Worn-out, to experience again the thrill o .

od that the damage
F ring the hurricane
E eust and September

FACTORY in St

Started grinding cane

* Nand the other Si



Joes River, is
a this week
= tO work on Mon-
mount Wilton Factory
. rhe ne wly in-
rt Zt this factory gave
/ and < 1used a short
7 ate Ws 8Ad Joes River
; any iMprovements
7 IR .
oN WORKERS
e A
& Vid a mass
| arr ,
£
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T. A, Ellis Mg grasttying to
men and women !n middle or older ages
And a widely known Italian doctor, Dr
N. G. Giannini, recently wrote: “Tired-

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ADOS ADVOCATE



Devaluation
Talks Open
On March 7

AT HASTINGS HOUSE

The Devaluation
ccmprising delegates
British Caribbean area
it Hastings House on
“arch at 9.30 a.m
chairmanship of Profe:
Seasley, “Economic Adviser
Development and Welfare.

Mr. B. Rolfe of the Development
‘nd Welfare Organisation will ae’
Secretary. The Conference is
expected to last for about
vT ten days,

Attending the Conference will
re;

Mr. A. Emanuel, Head

Conference
from the
will open
u Tuesday,

ssor C

Econ mic Department, Unived
K ingdom; Lt.-Col. O. A Spencer,
Economic Adviser (British Gui-

ana); Mr. A. R Robertson, C.B.E.,

~ x oe Secretary, yard Is iS} ¢ §
atter which will need |2Y Edwin Clarke of Sandy Lane, Y y, Leeward Islands; and a



under the’ days’
G.| Stanton w
to| his forehead.

a week Boyce

of the} the ground,







¢ St. James. Clarke escaped fron | delegaie from British Honduras.
careful consideration and which will have to be determined |}),., | attered car with only a sligh: |
by the Governments of the individual colonies, Mr. C. W. | bruise on his foot The van whiea] ¢¢ 99
Johnson, Police Adviser to the Secretary of State for the |is the propery of the Barbados | Boskoop Called
Colonies, said at a Press Conference vestcrday Bo tling Company was being driv-
Mr. Johnson who will preside | but tiey were held in England ori DY a mae —— of Road} Here Yesterday
over a Conference of Police Com- on quarterly Dasis, and had : ‘ 2 ' ies ; yi oii .
ae of the British Carib-! proved of tremendous value ae H ee bs Michael. "Thal Lands Fruit
} bean Area which opens here at Apart from the official angle, it | © ee i ace 2: PATrrage s
| Hastings House tediie: said that wot allow the Commissioners to |“O*€Y Was cut on its chest _ LEAVING the island yesterday
| there were obvious benefits to be} know each other personally, since . i AL oa ae for J lymouth, England,
cerived from such an amalgama-| the majority of them had never Big Cane Fire At | ret Pi ics ‘B 3,49 ~ton passenger
tion, and added that the tendency ; met before, Knowing each other | Pid > ald " “Bloute, ‘Mies Rene
| in England today was to amalga-| personally would improve their Qn i | exp. ae 2 .
mate small police force units, future relationships even on the Rive r i lantation | Nene at nee M. Weather-
Main purpose of the Conference | Official side. The largest cane fire that waite. * Eric R. L. Brath-
will be the discussion of common | : improvement has occurred since the crop The “Boskoop” called during
problems and an effort to get al Expressing an opinion as to why | cers egan took place at River the morning from Trinidad to dis-
standardised practice throughout/the amalgamation of Forces in ‘anta‘ion, St. Philip, at about 3.i5/charge 162 tierces of oranges and
the Colonial Police Forces. Aj|this area would be easier now "an yesterday Twenty-two | 13 tierces of grapefruit, On board
secondary purpose is to promote|than in the past, Mr, Johnson bes ine were destroyed were 57 intransit passengers,
better knowledge of each other ee ue _ improvement { his 1 acres of first crop Following the arrival of the!
among the Commissioners wh« Se oat — f “9 prrye bac lira es belonged to River Plan- ‘;Boskoop” will be that of the |
will attend the Conference, re rs 2S on coo se * re Betaees They are the property ‘Bonaire Which is expected here
30 Years ae aca th ait oe oa 1 of DaCosta & Co. Ltd..|0n Friday morning from Amster- |
Mr. Johnson who has had 30 of the difficulties which fbiaraa i were insured | dam via Madeira.
years’ experience of police work | °onrront sponsors of amalgama-| ‘The remaining 4% acres wer Lean aeamnship een to|
and who has commanded more tion would be pride in local tradi- | (estroyed when the fire extended for Te sridgetown the same night
than one Force in England saic tion in the various islands. jo Thi These were also sir "2 Felgen ; ere s
that he had been through most! He thought, however, that | (Yop ripe canes. They are prop me a a — are consign
of the Caribbean Area on a tour amalgamation would yield tre-| erty of Messrs. H, M. and E & Co. Lid 8. P. Musson, Son
of inspection. He leaves Barba- mendous benefits from the point] Smith and were insured. ee? , ; M
dos on Sunday and will 80 On tO / of view of efficiency. During last week a fire ot idee: tea eemeeay Ra
the Bahamas and thence to Ber- With regard to Criminal Investi inknown origin broke out all here The “Rodne ” will be me
muda, gation Departments, Mr. Johnson| Cane Wood Plantation and des- turning from British Guiana via
The purpose of his tour is tc Said that during his tour he had oyed two acres of second cron Trinidad Grenada and St. Vin-
look at the Police Forces individu- seen some first class material that} ripe canes They are the property cent. 7 4
ally and see in what way hey obviously should have a chance] of Mr. S. A. Hawkins of the same This vessel’s _local agents, |
could help them whether by ad of getting first class training and] pian ition and were insuied. The Messrs Gardiner Austin & Co.,
vice or by recommendations | it was in respect of those special-

fire Was extinguished by labourers
Canadian Sugar
Market—1949

OTTAWA (By Mail.)
Stocks of raw and renned suga:
n Canada at the end of 1949 were
ligher than on the corresponding

Ltd., told the “Advocate” yester-
day that they expect to load on
her molasses for Canada and gen-
eral cargo for the British North-
ern Islands.

The “Rodney”
until Sunday night.

Athletes Train

will be here



late of 1948, the former increas-

ng to 153,908,300 pounds from For Sports
38,256,100, or by 11.3 per cent.,|

id the latter to 246,637,400} There is enthusiasm in the air
ounds from 223,623,200 pouncs;as the many yearly athletic meets‘
rx by 10.7 per cent. approach. At the various schools,
Receipts of raw sugar during] coys and girls can be seen on

the calendar year 1949 rose tc |evenings striding around the
269,480,300 pounds from 1,222,-|SWards wica that touch of deter-
71,000 in the preceding year,|â„¢ination which spells record-

vhile the meltings and sales were breeking.



ip to 1,253,632,300 pounds fron Heats at the schools are being
1,231.904'500. Stocks at the be. ]*U" and the four City public
inniwe of; 1949 amounted t | schools’ sports will be held during
- i ? / > th
38,256,100 pounds as compare oe ao will come -
vith 147,990,000 a year earlier Still in the field are Tom Clarke |
Refined suga’ manufacture ave Victor Ludorum of Comber-|
curing the year moved uP |. | mere and now a pupil of Harrison}
389,678,700 pounds from 1,37f } ~ollege, and Grace Cumberbaten ||

16,000 in the preceding year, an
sales the





ie in 12 months ros printer.

» 1,359,847,800 pounds fron Seen too are the cyclists wh

1,299,778 300 At the beginnin ide around the country at night
1949 stocks in companies Jecasionally crowds gather to sec

ands totalled 223,622,200 pound | hem on whe Queen’s Park track.

ompared with 148,500,500 in 1948
—B.U.P.

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rider is training hard.

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Fined 5/- For

Creating
Disturbance

William Boyce
| Stanton were both

; seven de
}

and Stanley
fined 5/- in
ys or seven days’ impris-
cnment for creating a disturbance
near Passage Road by His Wor-
|} Ship Mr. H. A, Talma yesterday.
| otanton was also fined 15/- in
14 days’ or one month’s imprison-
ment for resisting P.C. 103 Jones
and Boyce 10/- in 14 days or 14
imprisonment for hitting
ith a piece of cane on



P.C. 103 Jones said about 5.4:
p.m, on February 28 he saw the
two men—Boyce anq Stanton—
at the corner of Passage Roaa
had something in his hanc
with which he struck Stanton
The two men heia on to eaci
other and they eventually fell

Stanton had a cut on his fore.
head and he arrested him anc
told him that he was being ar



i . rested for making a disturbance |
‘inancial Secretary; Mr. A Stanton then grabbed him (Pc
Shenfield, Economic Adviser: and! Jones) by the junic and began 1
Mr. L. P. Spence, Controller Of; resist him.
pupplies (Trinidad); Mr. J. B. ‘
’ i -legg, Secretary for Economic ee - a
Car And Van Affairs; Mr. D. C. Ferguson, Com- Driving Without Licence:
missioner for Commerce and In-, Fined 10]-
C ll id dustry; and Mr, J. O. Mordecai, \ e
sO l e Trade Administrator | (Jamaica) ;| Eric Thompson of Navy Gar-
The little Singer car S-252 was Mr. Macleod Smith, Financial Ad- dens, Christ Church, was fine
ue crumpled co ess of mecha-| Vise: Windward Islands: His Hon-} jys. and 1s. costs in 14 days o.
Whikesi’ afdeae tts wena 13 rolved in| CUF J. M. Stow, C.M.G., Admin-| 14 days’ imprisonment when h
2 aalitcen vith tee Ogee | trator, St. Lucia; His Honour appeared before His Worship Mi
M609 ny . ies sae on W. F Coutts, Administrator, St H. A. Talma yesterday.
| Spooner’: Hill yesterday morning] Vincent; His Honour E. P. Arrow- He was found guilty of driving
labout 8.45 o’cl a tas ®’emith, Administrator, Dominica;| motor car without a licence
een \vibeaes se Mr. P. D MacDonald, Colonial
Che car was owned and driven

The offence
December 17.

25 YEARS AGO

(BARBADOS ADVOCATE,
MARCH 2, 1925)

was committed

Gas Lighting to be re-installed |

on the Wharf and Bridges |
Some of our readers may prob- |
ably remember or may have heard |
that when the Barbados Gas Co
Started operavions in Bridgetown
a little over 50 years ago, very
shortly afterwards the Wharf and |
Bridges were illuminated by gas
This remained as the night lights |
until the Electric Supply Corpora. |
tion commenced operations, and |
the Government abandoned gas |
for electricity,

Barbados Amateur
Boxing Association

Patron His Excellency The
Governor

SCHOOL BOYS &
NOVICES CHAMPION.
SHIP TOURNAMENT.

Applications are invited from the
follo for a tournament to
take ee * the Modern High

um on Wednesday

18th and Thursday 16th March

(a) Elementary schools in the
Urban Area for the Urban
Area, Elementary School
Championships

tb) Elementary Schools in (he
Country area for the Rural
Elementary School Cham
pionships,

te)

All Secondary Scnools for the
Secondary Schools Champion
ships in every division

(d) All Novices—i.e. those who
have never taken part in
any contest, amateur or pro
fessional,

Forms af application may b
obtained from the Secretary
Modern High Sehool on reques
Entries close Tuesday 7th Mareh

ADDED ATTRACTION

On THURSDAY
be an Exhibition
KID CERMAN, No
jor the Britigh
weight Title,
ether worthy
clected

16th there will
Bout between
1 Contender
Empire Light-
Lightfoot Kid and
opponents to be

Do not
1 seeing
Paw
action

miss this opportunity
one of the best south.
Boxers in the w arid in





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Extra pockets with zippers in two sizes

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CIGARETTE TUBES PIP.eS VACCO FLASKS
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SAUTENAY *1942’ bate cg SU STg RRC oh ang dim ete bem + eg 6, fo e r men ;
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DRAMBUIB ....... 0.0... cence eee 6.00 BEST AUSTRALIAN BREE
GRAND MARNIER ...........---::seescce erent 7.50
COINTREAU cue biases sat nks nba hes genes? 6.00 DANISH TINNED HAMS
BOLS CREME DE MENTHE .......---... +-+++: 4.00 actos ss. de
DOM BENEDICTINE ............--:+:-::s0e8eeee 5.75 nele « Abs
8lbs., & 12lbs.
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APRICOTS, 30-07. tins..... 50c. Per Ib... vesesssesseensneennneen
PEARS, 30-0z. tins........- 5l1c.
PEACHES, 30-o0z. tins...... 57c. AUSTRALIAN LEG HAMS
WHOLE APRICOTS, 30-0z. aud tual tm
FRE eee ee 76c. , y aewvindees
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CERE ALS BATCHELOR’S PEAS ..........55:5"
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: BAHAMAS TOMATOES ............500004
QUAKER OATS, large pkgs. .....---..65 00 96c. LADY DANE MIXED VEGETABLES...
QUAKER OATS, tins .........--.00 222s sere 48c.
QUAKER OATS, small DR oe abo eon 26c. Pi: kl Ss Mn a€ d
QUAKER CORN FLAKES... .....---.--+--: 37c. mi
'S CREAM OF WHEAT .........55--++-+> 30c. & 5le. ickles, spices o
wT POST TOASTIES ...........- ccc este esse 30c. COLEMAN’S MUSTARD .......:::5007""
ih deca ROBINSON’S PATENT BARLEY...... 42c. & 79e. MORTON’S MUSTARD .........:5:5°°°7"" Ga
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1950

ADS.

FOR aE

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‘emer, Worthing.
eat. re r r Mal 82 .
Pu Denortes hat wivarth, wer say | aan 13.1,50-tt.n, Bm Carlbele Hay
7 and Allan Bredchaw «Porenie.| PLATOAt “fiom Kensington News| Marion Gna, Sch; Lochnivar S.. Sch. Schooner Owners! Acsociati
“1 aige “other? Mabel & Ruby (sisters). | Read—Front Room, Verandah. too bed- | uation Belle Wolfe, Schooner ec, Buteh SS. Boskeop, 3.547 tons ne
. pedey MO reor.* with runni water Kitchenette, Macht Leandew, Sch. Manu Sch. Capt. Mager, from Trinidad; Agents
; 3 Tole’ Bath, also ¥ Phone 202. |! Adina Mac, Sch. Zita Wonita, r S. PF. Musson, Son & Co., Ld
5 Lovine MEMORY of C™ARI 1.3 * tame j Se aenrtettas Sch. United Pilgrim §
rT this < — s at ec vd is t ce mer y N. Jones, $7 s net
P , ae er FURNISHED BUNGALOW ALOW. —— | Se Phitip theta. Qn, co oe Cry ” Coenen talaet Suaehibees! amen
god a aires 1am Bragulent secluded position. Dixon | ‘ n in thine Etersal cep » Platitatic Plivaing | ic Yacht Serve La Beri, M.V. Blue Stat DEPARTURES
wer Cill (Son), Cieova’ra Bar-ow | Phone 4640 et Ae ARRIVALS £8. Boskoop, 3,847 tons net, Capt
a A in Law) end the Gill's Tamt'y | Sine canntielilanl. deat, Sehoone> Lady Neeleen, ¢1' tons ne‘, Msc’, for Plymonth; Agents:..S. P
dad papers Please cow bist inet pia orthing-on-sea, Fully fur-| Cap:. Noel, from Dominica; Agen?s: Nusson, Son & Co., Ltd.
re costae); C, Hlecttic & Gas installed. From |
P: po bee March. Anply §. G. Ingrum Phone | ‘
ws a ae & } aewe 1.3.50—€n |
{On SALE i ine oe ‘
: HICUSRS- Govern} houses fupmichea ana |
{ Lrsurnished, svailsble at Maxwell Co j
F { op Beck on long leases, or montis |
| aTOMOTIVE j tn’. fo further partimulors apy te =
- BUTO | ome A. Reara, Hardwoad Alley. Pp... | ARRIVALS~.By P.W.1ALI cille Bethel, William Arch, eons tes
er BS, 26.250 | Frem Trinidad--M. Ande: + Stanley Douglas Campbell, David Moxley, Ber
CAR—One a we o. aos — ; Bes.itl, Neville Warren, James’ Landale, ret Moxley, Doris Moxley.
; Contact C. dies“ 50a al ‘ANDOS, 2nd Ave, Believi le, fully | Dera Ramcheran, Thomas Hay, Mary From British Guiana—Col. W. A. Or
capeinatntnaieaatnn ai hae hie From ist March Phone | Mifcn Coming, Victor «Norris, ve: Mrs. A. Hintzen, Mr. = eocenr
a _ ae 2.3.50-— f. Norris, Colia Norris, David Mr. J. Chabrol Mrs. Mary Chabrol,
x, best ——_—_—_—.._ 7 %
ee eee oe “Alwest | —_——=_—__ ‘, Francis G'Neilly Clarente Hamil- | DEPARTURES—By B.W.LA.L.
7 models, su tr “good conditicn. ° ‘ i‘ | ton, Carmen De Gannos, Daisy Moore, For Trinidad—Mr. Emerson Ramctay
; ie price. Apply: | Straughn’s Bey ere er VOTIerse | Manuel Gonsalves, Thomas Mullin, Dru- Mr: Edward Forde.
James Street. 22.2.50—4.f.1 | iN TOUCH WITH BARRADOS COAST STATION
























































“ y en * Cahie om Vireless { s je: » , ic: Clipper
Sale eral easily earned by obtaining orders Cahie ond Wireless (West Indies) Ltd. Cerro Gordo, Sandwich, Aicoa
p: One 1046 ee ae " £25 tor wrivate Christmas Cards fr "* | sevis> that they can now commuiicaté Wairangi, Brazil, Loch Ryan, Flczers
repainted a 4 apace nie : _ ards from | with the following. ships through thet Fateytia, Seven Seas, Waiwec Prix
dition. Cole & Co., Lid. 2.3.5 _| your friends. No Previous experience | Parbados Coast Station: Bernhard, Custodian, Salome, guia
#9. ee Write today for beautifel free S. Llanishen, Lady Rodney, Solar M/V Goldmouth, ene: ee
-_————— . a ae mple Rook to Britain’: Degeid, Sarpedon, Derwentda Gloxinia, Regent Hawk, Winsun, Hew
| aR: One Dodge ge Sede, (Tinea for emnost Publishers; “yh ee ae | Helicon, Thirlby, Urugucy, } iS Jot, Sea Breeze, Genevie
vel owner driven an noc eS") marvellous mo : 4 lotte, Strix, Mormee F.sy, Edenfieid, Sagona, Gold Heels Sundia). Sue
Pepin. Cole & Co., Lid Jenes, Wi ney making opporiunity, ire, Rern Brook, Hurwo Abu, Lykes, Mormac Isle, Hyeres, Sheredar
j 2.3.50—4n cd ene Co.. Dept. 10 Victoria | a, Umberton, M/V Ital onne. A’coa Pegasus, Deicampo, F ishopdak
_ oe me a » Eng : (= } os panne,
. Dodge Special Del Sec | | * 4 |
Ma Model owner driven and "r- | NOTICE Mauretania Leaves Liquor | Lad pen
.” Ltd. 2.3.50—4" | ss Ly Noe
Cie & Co itiieti ie dco In The Virgin Isles |
: OCK ee Yearwood Tenantry Road din CHARLOTTE AMALIA, Virgin | Bri j s Fruit
ane an Suger Hill to Union, is cloved | Isiands | tng:
EARS Medien, hunting ‘or Watch | ~ ep “By Order ot eo | ga inter cruise passengers aboard | Schooners “Lady Noeleen” (4
ck, Ex . C an . “ ” F < a s )
Dial 91-79. 28.2.50—On | The Commisstoners of High je sce a oe tons net) and “Molly N. Jones
, ——— St. Josep! Amalia very disappointed. 37 ; net) arrived at Carlish
28.2.50—~3n r f (87 tons net) arrived at Carlis
ee Se a hes | oieiniaiteds The Cunardér's captain refused | pay yesterday with supplies o
me beaker “prices So. ; | | ‘o take aboard large quantities of) Coora’ eocosnute. from an
Proverbs & Co., Ltd NOT ’ 1 copra, cocoenuts, firewood :
e 23.2.50—e.0.d.—1w | ICE ‘liquor bought by passengers | jresh fruit.
- | SUPPLIES FOR THE POOR oF tur | Visiting this port, where liquor is| “ Both these vessels called fron
VE PARISH OF SAINT MICIIAEL sold _verv cheaply. | Dominica. Their cargoes of fresi
a “ ” 508 ace. 4 P ‘. slik a
SHANICAL SEALED TENDERS in duplicate ead The | a =, leay |} irult were chiefly comprised o
Cy s on the envelope—“TENDED FOR ing the liquor in small boats | oranges
BS CARRIER CYCLBPs--Al I . sa For i . f anges, a
$1 Gents and Ladive Snorte Ate Veury uh te lh ea ee ae M w } along ide Merchants reclaime Schooner “Lady Noeleen is
Co, Trafalgar St. the 6th day of March, 1959, fon Ph J B.U.P. consigned to Messrs Schoonei
Isahbbanieny i pacsiald adermentioned {upplies in such a | Owners Association and the
“BIC s Raleigh Bicycle es as may from time to time } San ee a ae Violly N nes’ agent is Mr. D
BIC PRadhion complete with light, moneie = mn ae ae c } TERE a ALES i . ae ee oe
eh, Phone | * ie Vv oO Fil next 4 4 o4, « .
anew tyres ete. $45.00 we vik on FRESH MEAT p> é uw ;







BREAD

aes m4 Ses Rateigh Bi :
ea, ee Each person tenderi send in a
fs $50.00. 1.3,50—3n. | letter, along with the ‘ »5
, — | ‘Wo properly qualified persons (not bein

r £: Child's Tricycle in good
: No reasonable offer

litio



e477.

ECTRICA\

RIDGES:

e (American Sealed Unit)

mee, as
, ft. (Se

Apply Ralph A. Beard.

. Open
4682.

CEI

refused

2.3.50-—-In

L

Admiral 7 cubit feet



new. Also G.E.C
maled Unit) 3 years guaran-
Hardwood
noon daily.
2.3.50—1n.

8 a.m. to 12

ANEOUS

GALVANISE”) PTPE — Small quantity

Mild stee! 1

AMP

1/Â¥% galvanised pine
2.3.50—4n

NEWS—At the Mayfair Gift

Aquatic Club. First day sovers:

complete set Coronation Stamps,

Old U.S.A. Stamps, ete
* 16.2.50—12n

OPNING SUIT—Coat, vest and trou-

chest 38”

| condition, pre-w.
too small.

Top Hat size 7 1/8. All in

Dial 2001.
1, 3.50—2n,

ANISE SHEETS—In 24 & 26 gauge

6 ft 6 in,

steel plates. 1/16, 1/8,

}in various

8 ft, and 9 ft lengths also
“Ms, 5/16 and

4

sizes. Enquire Auto Tyre

hy Trafalgar Street.

ALVANIZED NAILS:
Mm quality Galvanized Nails
) G. W. Hutchinson & Co. Ltd
on z

|

1,3.50—t.f n



All sizes of

at 2%

1.3.50—%3n





ET BEER—Holland’s finest brew.

Ba sparkling t
ir dealer
; Robert Thom Ltd

K IRONS:

you.

hrist quenching drink
or bar man to-day.

Phone 2229
16.2.50—t.f.n
Electricity

Do not let

We cen sell you a Box Iron











John D. Taylor & Sons Ltd.
¥ 28.2, .50—2n
WED FRUITS — Peal Guavas,
Fruit Salad, Prunes in Syrup
mrimeapple slices, W M FORD,

Pam). 35 Roebuck St

2.3.50—2n
ED MFATS — Corn Beef Loaf,
n Beef, Steak and Kidney Pud-

# Tins Ped Salmon’ 41e exch

Dial 3489, 35 Roebuck St
2.3.50—2n

Pineapple, Peach, Plum, Straw-
2% Tins M’lade 43c, eah. W

FURD, Dial

SSHING—Ladies grey

#489. 35 Roebuck

2.3.50—2n

&





winter coat

set, boys winter clothes and

in

ct.

perfect

condition, cheso
New

Flat) “Elise Court’,
2.3.50—In

ERSONAL

are hereby warned ayainst







4 years

ar quality. Selling



their

the
Tender
fulfilment

members of the Vestry,) stating
willingness to become bound with
Tenderer, in the event of their
beimg accepted, for the due
of the Contract
With respect to the Tender for Fresh
Milk, the probable quantity required for
one year is 24,000 gallons and the Vesiry
teserve the right to accept the tende
of more than one person for tha supply
of this article, and all Persons tendering
for this article shall forward, along wit
their tender, a Certificate by a qualitied
Veterinary Practitioner Stating that the
cattle from which the milk will be sup-
}.ied are free from Tuberculosis.
| Forms of tenders can be obtained at
the Churcnwarden’s Office,
' By Order,
E. C. REDMAN,
Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry.
22.2.50—7n



NOTICE

PARISH OF CHRIST CHUROH

Sealed tenders, marked on the
velope “TENDER FOR... \ ‘ oe
will be received by me, at the Christ
Church Almaghouse, up to 3 p.m. oa
Wednesday, 8th March 1950, for supplies
of Fresh Milk, Fresh Meat am! Fresh
Bread, delivered at the Almshouse in
such. quantities as may be required
from time to time, for a period of one
(1) year commencing on 25th March,

en-

Bach person tendering must submit
letters from two (2) properly qualified
persons willing to become bound with the
successful tenderer for the due perform-
ance of the contract.

The approximate quantity of milk re-
quired is 4,000 pints per month and the
Board reserves the right to xcept the





tender of more than one pe 1 for the
supply of the whole quar ty or any
Part of this item. ;

All tenderers for th nly cf milk
must forward a certifies‘« {--m duly
Gualifiel Veterinary Practi'inne iat the
cattle from which the milk i upplied

are free from Tuberculo’'
The Board does not bind themselves
to accept the lowest or any tender
R. E. ASHRY,
Acting Clerk, Poor Law Guardians.
26.2.50—5n,

FOOTBALL NOTICE

Preparations are being made to com+
mence the 1950 Football Season sometime
between Monday 13th Mareh and Wed-

nesday 15th. Secretaries of Clubs can
receive affiliation forms from Mr. O. S

Coppin, Hony, Secretary B.A.F.A. c/o
advocate.

There will be a Council Meeting of
the B.A.F.A. at the Y.M.C.A. Heed-

quarters, Pinfold Street on Friday March
3rd at 4,30 p,m, and the Annual General
Meeting of the Association takes place

next Friday is as follows;

1. Minutes.

2. Correspondence.

3. Receive Annual Report and Financial
Statement for 1949 season.

4. Consider three schemes for insurance

of players during the 1950 season
a al Business.
tne oO. S. COPPIN,
Hony Secretary, B.A.F.A

















at the Y.M.C.A Headquarters on the
following Friday, March 10th at 4.30
p.m

The Agenda for the Council meeting |

__—XS———_—_—_—
————



STALLION JEEVES: 9 y.o Jamaican
bred horse (Bessaquimec-Light Readir z
to be sold at auction wither reser’
to the highest bidder at the Garris
Paddock at 4 P.m. on Saturday, Marc}
4th







By
I will

instructions of the
sell on FRIDAY
TESY GARAGE, White
v-8 converted oa
Damaged by fire
Terms Cash, R

Insurance C
3rd. at COUR-
Park one FORD
PICK UP VAN





ARCHER McKENZIE
Auctioneer
1.3.50

BY instructions from Mr. J. Jemmo
I will offer for Sale by Public Auct
| on Thursday next the 2nd March at
o'clock on the Spot at Mile and a Quarte
St. Peter, his almost new house whicn
is freshly painted and has two side Var
endah, front house 18x10, back 22x 1%, sh
22x8 and kitchen. Idealy suited as a sea
side house.
plication to his mother. All «her ~»
ticulars apply to D’Arcy A. Scott.
Auetioneer, Dial 3748. 25.2.bu





UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER

BY recommendation
we will sell on FRIDA
at the Da Costa new
9 BAGS FINE SALT

Sale 12.30 o'clock. Terms Cash

BRANKER, TROTMAN & Co
Auctioneers:
2.3.50—in



of Lievd Agents
f the 3rd Mare
woreluouse, Wharf





REAL ESTATE

Approximately 3400 Ibs. second hand
round iron rods and flat clamps recent-
Church. This materials may be inspect-
ly removed from the roof at St. George’s
ed at Bulkeley Factory on application
to the Manager Mr. W. B. Carrington



Ofiers in writing addressed to Mr. K
| Mason, Parochial Treasurer, St. Ge riee
will be received up to 10th March, 1950

28.2.50—3n.

















At 2 p.m. on Yfnaursday, znd Mareh
1950, we will offer for sale 200 shares
Barbados Fire Insurance Co. of £1
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TENDERS FOR TRANSPORT OR REVENUE OFFICERS

TENDERS are invited fer

Revenue Officers from Bridgetown to Mount Gay Distillery St.
and trom Bridgetown to Gregg Farm Distillery, St. Andrew, w:
for the officers and return, for the period

March, 1951.
2. Approximately three vi

necessary and the time spent in waiting varies from three oO
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he Distilleries. The motor cars
Somriroller of Customs, from
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officer by name, and marked on

will be received at the Colonial Secret
Wednesday the 15th of March, 1950,
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any tender,

the conveyance by motor car of

Ist April, 1950,

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sits weekly at each Distillery ai
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CORRECTION

An advertisement appeared i1
yesterday’s paper Re Consumers
of Electricity petition to His Exec
Jency the Governor. This notice
Was signed by LILIAN N. COE for
Electric Consumers Association Barbados and not Lilian

N. Cox as
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PAGE EIGHT

The Gallops



To Blue Streak

Aged Gelding Dees Rousing Gallop:
River Sprite Impressive Over Box to Box






































































BARBADOS

ADVOCATE
World Soccer
Cup Might Not
Be Played In Rio

LONDON, Feb. 28.
A “Daily Graphic” correspond-
here reported today that the
Cup might not be
de Janeiro this

World Soccer
played for in Ric
year
The
ments
curren
£ 3,000,000

hitch in the Rio arrange-
was due to difficulties over
and the rental of the
super-stadium there

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| BARBADOS TURF CLUB

THURSDAY

MARCH 9
annette i

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: NOTICE

Or Booth Space

‘

(1) 5 ft

forthcoming Meeting at

or
¢3.00 per running foot

G. A. LEWIS,
Secretary
* 2.3.50—2n
ee
Se
Se

















































. ; che correspondent said.
By Hookie i Early this month the Federation a
’ ‘ of International Football Associa-
vere probably the final aot think she will be at her best tion, being responsible for run-
f-r most entrants fo: ) this meeting. ning the tournament, asked the
oming spring meeting S'ainte and Starry Night did “ive Brazilian Football Association fot
t Saturday, were seen working together well Just the an assurance by February 9 tha:
t ay morn-| type of gallop that/seems to con- the transfer of money due tu com-
P
; in one or twe | fuse the early morning watchers, peting countries would be author- |
: , rained work wa: | but to my mind, the only wey ised. The Brazilians had ignorec |
ser of the day. The best | that exercise gallops should bx | the letter.
i p a orning maa Re oa ae for specs purnoes Ray correspondent Ott ee |
K t furlong by Gun Sit red an rs. Payne who were etter was alrmaled. staiec }
S van in which the agec | riding them obviously know how that, unless fhe assurance wa |
i as shaken up at a !0:| to do it properly too. The time given by today, Brazil would ne
the beginning but came ba for five was 1.05%. get the tournament. Last art
it held by Crossley. This was River Sprite did about seven reply had been received. he
i ' ‘op for Gun Site bu | and picked up War Lord for a newspaper said, {he Brazilians hac '
t ‘iy needed and hy | vox to box. They did not start cold-shouldered a request that the
t He should now br | very fast and consequently Rivet | stadium, being built for the com- AND DELICIOUS T00 ’
; ‘ to Blue Streak t Sprite’s time of 1.22% for the box petition, should be placed at th‘
b Stakes over nine fu to box was quite good. I like hei exclusive service of the Federa- jUST A FEW OF OUR
‘ though he lacks earl hances very much in the C class tion during the events Today was
eed he looks lik tt ne 7% furlongs the deadline for a satisfactory an- SPECIA L S
ent f Sweeper went with Silver Bul- swer to the request. ie
i hert et and came away a bit from i I
Collet« W | her at the finish of r five it 1.068 The question of how much gave
I 3 I believe this filly is a race day money should be paid to the sta-
13 nare but this still does not meat dium owners had caused another
ay that Sweeper = snag. Originally it was to be five
done anythir ul he have samen ee Celie 4 R per cent. of takings. But the BUN LOAVES
; a P aS owners wanted 10 r cen’
d c “ Apollo has improved but Silk THE photo finish camera looks down from its tower on Leslie oc - wae S spe re ) REMINDS YOU THERE IS SAFETY, HEALTH AN
is 1.49 lant is no horse to judge him as he won the three miles and achieved England’s first Athletic v : f HAPPINESS IN EVERY TIN OF C 0°
Bo fagainst. They did five in 1.0814.|tory in the Empire Games, held in Auckland, New Zealand _ ne MILK F , ee GATE
h f ‘ith Apollo looking the better o: | won easily by twenty yards, only his shadow was eine? - syTes OOD.
( ‘ the tw ania late . : § snagov him as he
) ) he two reached the finish.—Express ¢ : i
. isua Postscript and Dulcibella worke ——_———$F._———————————————— Ore ie M A | ow & Gate is a pure and digestible concentra.
all fast five in 1.044. Outside the tion of the finest mil
c ry rur arrels this is also another very kK n l d ° but vital with ilk, free from all bacterial risk
on at i e passed the ood gallop. I hope Yvonet does d an an ele 1 { ital with sustenance to build up baby’s little
] ‘ in fror ict decide to use the whip of body to form firm bone and sound fl
Her time for five â„¢ Postscript on race day as this him that h und flesh and'tg
1 ishe forta gelding has certainly shown him- or ric e * aa and contented smile which speaks
but Battalion very Pp thi elf to be a good one without it t W so eloquently of physical wellbe
Be anst 1 F cl ind very bad one when it i O er vr ing:
p used. I think he will be cock-of
awe, 4 he-walk in F By Peter Ditton :
I grown G aga rent muc . ’ ory 2
ciel as a ae a sous or Po - . LONDON (By Mail.) al (ueen S Park |
i st xallops 20x to oo . 1 238. I hope = a ra eae great cI — power? The question
; ollmeyer does not make thy will be answered this summer when the first post-war Wes
i ype any rash wagers in thi Indian team comes over here sant on
; . ; assic I have heard that Jeffre dav Test matches. Defez ef r rE Bay d oa | S ng a FRIDAY
or} e in ¢ I eal y had to eat something mor¢ out of the Intasiinthiniah anes ne an ne pm ee put her
ae oe wn his words over Bikini, Tak« ai ‘ture for a period of ter or fifteen A s
Sint "A ee a cd t ea John, if Brown Girl ca — MARCH ord
‘ ore LS c ke much of the start r At ome ere 7 8 |
- 5 ave made of the toss, she we i, aa peat 2a e ove ock
be first or second in the Guineas ae ee Vexican Break i
: ¢ September Song was the they a : . 8
” He did a five from a sta 2 S ( ie e P
ty lid a five from a standin’ | and the \ Swimming Record len ear
, . ut n e she th Tey one ae, po . ae GUATEMALA CITY, Feb. 28 Union
} run on her Trinidad forn | ip, ete rsd = Pere : reg p to the Au Magda Bruggeman, of Mexica
{ Beacon Bright. did ir An English victor} broke her own Central American | he FAC
ih 1.39 1 the box to box 25 matches against the record in winning the women’s 100 Hear the FACTS!!
ry He lowed to té it easy a would more than can metres free style swimming event |
4} the finish. 1 think his I ay-ofl May Play On S i oe SOC ah ; ak ee ins Aasatiote eaeens MOTTLEY replies to
\ 1 be | chief detract the | + y Ss t poms > last 2 side t rr time was min. 11.3}
Club Stake He still look ¢ ra@sS | west Indies and would futhermore | 5€°S- The Mexican team won the | his accusers
' soft I LONDON (By Mail.) establish England as second only ~ — _— style relay in
4 wi h by Yvonet talian Davis Cup players may 1° Australia rains. 35 secs.—Renter. y
; but r oe Ave in 1.04 — 2 play ona grass court 5, Ws HEWITT,
: wi outside the barrel good | Wen ney ite the f “he S ° : } |
| ut pesicie the pare oa at woul a anon in the A Challenge Belleville Tennis Chairman ||
} le the Maiden As first out of the hat when A victory for the West In
ri / ; deen i @ . 3 S dies | ow
ei Gun Site and Sun Queen dic = draw was made in New York, however would mean . serious Club Results | ee PPOVPSPPIOS ESOP AFI
: dbout a seven the last box to box ee has the right to decide | Challenge to Australian supremacy i%s
ae belne done in 1.213 It ll be Sea and, therefore, the | Botn countries have soundly de- YESTERDAY'S MATCHES | xe ORDER FROM
‘ interesting to s¢ hav a ae which the match shall ated MCC touring sides whicn Mixed Doubles Handicap 1% TO-NIGHT ¥ &
enough finishir ex te} aye } been sent to play against Miss King and Dr. Ed ds—' 1% S fi
- a , Britist al k co 1 play against , a . wards 21 Y, ¥ : :
i ue Str sake di a eae writers point out | ! In all fairness however it 30 beat Mrs. Bynoe and C. Inniss | at-5.30 $ J R BAKERIES Various size tins ranging
: Trin and’ I der to ae . me a tactical blun- | must b ‘ointed out that the) ——¥2 30 2—6; 6—4, 6—2. | % 7 $|
; , ee courts ‘ * ‘c match on hard| Aussies had a better side to beat Mr. end Mrs. Barnes—15 beat x x i i
x are okies hich the Italians are : . one which visited the’ Miss E. Worme and A. F. Jemmott | % g AND in price
si or much at — i : , 30: 82: 7S ; Jer i i: ~ from to ‘
ae Ata n any surface, British pros- We fice ae cae ~\e x wis
7 - in | pects » : eee eless if the West Indies Miss I. Lennagan and P. K.| js ¥ . ’
St k eubondk ak aieaaek es cell, | rove in the Test series this Poach 30 beat Miss Ramsay 3 (Members Only) % GODDARDS
ites tome Mille Milanese ond i, | that their victory of two{ 2nd D. Lawless 6-3 6—0 * , > Ask our Home Products Department ”
* del Bello are not too bright un a half years ago was no fluke Men’s Doubles % oe ie oe oe % ;
ess Tony ee ae Pee »y could cla ality > > > -
he os ae Mottram and Geoffrey | anodes equality | pr. K. Nicholls and R. S, Nicholls | rHIS AFTERNOON $!
He a oy ae See a beat J. P, Edghill and J. H. C.|% x COME IN
le I is a poss ‘bil Y however Au and the West Indies Edghill 6—2; 8—6. | * starting at 5.30. % =
ow who shows e met previously in a Test TODAY’S MATCHES 1 %| 5
st ta easor eries with the Aussies getting the) .. MT and Mrs. Barnes—15 vs.| % COLD BUFFET ¥ | AND REAP ne
rf th : etter of the exchanges. In the Miss I. Lennagan and P. K. Roach} y° % | 0,, iy
: | skil .— € ve ot a West Indian victory ~ "2 30. is . 7 > | ar
i | | over England this summer it nase 4 | Miss D. Austin and K. Yearwood | % The usual Turkey & Ham % | .
‘ ers tol be interesting if they could ar- 15 vs. Mrs. Bancroft and P.| . : | orn Tt
} { to} ge another rubber against ar| Patterson—40. > Etc., Etc. >| 10, Be 12 & 13, BROAD ‘
| ‘ ia fight for world supre- : 5 OOO ALLIS } ial
e Tith ‘ ny a 7 2
| ui) BIB. Radio |r, Nase is enoving the| |
f | » nanci success of ae a an | So a Ss
$s a ? rogramme re ee ie doubt erie | Ve a
7 ¥ >
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HOBDAY. HABCD t, IM W ill Police Officers Punish Constables? nARBADOS Aim Griffiths Willirgn Improvements Fuchs Gets 14 \ears PAGE THREE lv H? ,m "" %  "hool:!L^v ,. ,k ^T p !" anl *mcHrm | lh P'. is inai he dclighb in nndli Joungtr people wuh vision ai u. ,. %  %  *>'' m Tiaars .ollowtr* easily, more ,th Questions of fact that i think -u-D.cs having the nuht to appeal i„ e c "" nd after %  C>m riY£ .embly on fruesdav disc USS on The ol'JP*"' "1 lh ' l| l H to amount of lsia.mi ,. hich would further J^se Gazetted Office,, %  rom doing JS EMS: s.-s3fs r =-* %  =i,',ant 10 •'"' Bui" "' mis" w 'old that the misThe the degree 2tuct or neglect of duty. i< Cjrs extra di not right for them to give ,s fhi "Alii ,or !" 11 "nhers rl|hl of appeal to the Com"'e Officer Department „i trie mill ling had attained Uu lent Rives effect. In part mcer. who would shol ..^ ,„.,< .onowers easily, more !" > questions of fact that I think consult hji than .„, on,., m „ a ,„, hc „ alnWM !" f BSD : %  he power ,'arctinif punishments for -hould be delettad Officers, "ummlns took charge of I jnri aft'i on mcml> Incompatible Mr .dams (L) said that the aiguments u,cd by Honourable members against the Bill were In%  • %  II they were to say (Juile Dhvmu. .Id uphold his Junior, then aly the present position aid that thej was the same. If sergeant constable under present circumstances resuch a man ho is grieved by the self-es idi i.fac. that youthi are no longer"*"" asathnal The n "ociallsm I make explicable facts. hich in JameGrifliths Is a|~? bwtHT rower. As Chairman of the La-I IP 1 difficult bour Parly, he is certainly "No S '"' na declared. jl Hi s.,,.li.i ranking aftei Aitlee ind Morrison. coattrflkfj S" r > " on splanallon and f living, the slate of hous-lltK> ppily. no assistance he can now niage he influence, i events m from speaking sure from any quarter. The Chief Justice Lord Godrt.rd. Interrupted Curtis llennett to remark Ulld „,. '"" %  mr ; and not 1 ing upon Schlxi %  ed the accused as • one %  " dangerous men the tf shores %  at Justice Coddard totd him. You might the friendship %  nd the Mr Branrkrr (C) Ip % %  rpnrtcd that i^^^^B^able to appt\. %  dwis" %  Alices of i^HfBjM* would iif like re to iiis choM. ;i ious that thf i^^E^tonrr would unsold the fteviv of those just below him FK)preference to tho lower policeKit was a dinVrrN' matter to [nkint. •' > Plittf'o an \ssislant Court of I Appeal They could not be that loucn of ii taifv of tl I'.ine upMl (menli was of tkn ehantctcr which would suppoliceMB. From ihar view he would move Hut funru in <>f the natter be poatponod. It was n question which called for further MatdtraUori n an he ivu aura >ers of van it. Mr. Crawford 11 %  Bll it had been pointed out that lot purpose of the Bill was to jnmii o aa to nthons.' to weight %  nent of members of tat torce ink of seri i %  kcondui' 1 negligence The %  tad B i iRht to appea' • the Conunlaaloner li tarn %  in a matter of ;<>uld RO very nrffully and view th( \ ( "immimM Sir Hartlov TVr nre taken ported that sucn a rr a %  %  "%  Ittllbr of such and such a breach ST, f'"lm P !" vemen, of would sot the same argument hold? ng. the state of health and measures that nw against poverty in e.ch and every colony I can say that because 1 know nat his attitude is toward, the Government Where th. t-olonial Secretary sru primarily "• !" '" 'he des-elopment of pclitlcsl movements Mr Griffith, !" .* interested first and foreInupKb trig. Apart from the gre. lie couu'r' edy. The Communist part of his mind thus allowed him to do things which the other parts of his mind reeogn:. RICH -o far aa l.vn .,1,1U It IS I,, object lesson on the meaning of Communls Sinister Confessions At the present time, time was being wasted when officers had to come to town with thei nesser to make a case. The whole day's trend of duties were ntpted The Honourable member for St John should be careful and 1 such loose remarks as %  'unlimited power" The power! ,. was limited. '' Attlee's Government has t He hoped lhat Honourable J'S? 'he electorate agau: members who had expressed "f" G nmths as one of It It about their misgivioas c f im ^i' n tar *H has the mem Would ,ee then, eat nA.n-.l 0 horrihli James Grrmths mav not si,. '•'"' ''' %  f the Colonial Office'for a lot time. This Government mav not. P-' lri, "vcl> few. but sup; %  last long It is possIHe of coune I Comm unlafn bsgatvtd Griffiths has Inn -ent to IhelKS"**" 1 '" '"eonie Colonial Office on a mistaken im-! lri n to ,heir nwn eountry ... Republic, with, Ulied lnu has, loot) irreparable harm to this land, and to the II d .on did it for inhering your aakM whether n to giv, I fill Ska its case' ,T" .Irawn. „ f thUpernl'I'. %  %  .'• '"•" '"•. dlasnilse themselves and "* %  '" 'he hand that feed, them I""" 'V %  '' beard the sentanee without been proses-uteri In makimi avp h llrtxton and would lie -I itrrM use IVtsoo ivhere he w u held !•"-a' ""f. d 9'everythua, to e. % %  %  Mild not the dock "Soaping" dulls hair — HALO fforifteS't/ Commun, J 1rc areri ll could n0 * ** <-lr'wtween two -Rrutrr prawion that it ta one of Most iipprmtmaim that aan e was Wripi for the execution of the Bpad chanae. If it were Mart I %  %  p by the Hon<.ur.iblr Senior ^paer for st Tbornaa, there %  ti but little us. in upportlng m Bill Rev had to bear in mind apat. •aai the reeeooj alven by the Qlrar Repori. many r it her relamit factoti % %  .:• %  ; %  ;,, (or was that mn than were uoing up fmn :he rank] to become offlcers. m parchorc.ocj.l and other ren% %  %  %  %  fcld hav aalntain Mta % %  Lad had. It was Obu.te. an not i %  M diflk • more clirftcult? In dua IpliM HI thr the )ircvins oflieera alright to say that %  houU avpeai, but i*. ti ll looked, it .Vilirc apt in ., very Klnring Bf then Mr. Allder (L) til JipoMiion of informing them that •a major,'. •> not appreciate the ultimatum atbe Bill. He fi >\ thax U %  %  along Waste f Time Mr K. K. Waieotl (E) said that If they felt u was a w**ste of time in letting an oflicer take a case to town, there waa no reason why they could not allow the Deputy Commissioner of Police to go around the island to settle cases. He did not agree with the trial of %  constable being conducted by a Superintendent. In the *rmy the officer who was In charge of a platoon did not try caaas against constablesThe Commander I cases of oITences. In the Superintendent's position he would not be sufficiently removed from the man to settle Nitfa a toUlly unbiased feel in c Pone the Deputy Comn.lssioner was sufficiently far removed from the actual working of the Police that he couli view any disturbances with ai impartial eye and give a decision thai most likely the eonatable himself would have preferred. Mr. Reece <£> said he naturally agreed that they should go to the more conveeJM step of I all cases having to go to town. Another question, how•hiit of who should try the cases of offences and that was how the dmculty arose. If the Commissioner was the proper paraoa to deal with the offence*, then he should go around to the various districts. It WTiuid always SMJU felt by the policeman that even % %  right and his punishment by no means harsh. lid -''iH be thai degree of satisfaction lacking If he had not had tlu dispute threshed out i.y the i tjrnrniaaioner. It role as ;i lawyer he had always found that people were more satisfied when a matter finally went to I High Court. not being a -left winger' ...thin the Party, and yet he la trusted by the "leff-mincrs and doctrinaire Socialists-..! I time he is a disarming and popular. easy tempered man. suitable 'or appeal to the middle classes After the Prime Minister'-. DOtJUtal speech tacticians reckoned -.hat the radio speech C.nfftths mad. wns the most effective for I-abom in the whole campaign. -By Cable. Brit. Guiana Timber Survey | LONDON. By Mall. A special contributor to Th Times" in an article irom Manaka. British Guiana, surveying timber resources In the Colony, says that one complaint is that the Colonial Development Corporations plan is not benetitting Guiana quickly or directly. "At its peak" says the article. "it will employ only TOO workers. This obviously doea not go to the root of Guiana's problem, which may be summarised as follows The recent elimination of the malarial mosquito has caused ;> sharp up-curve in the populati--1 raph. her Inter* %  %  no doubt enme to place %  himself in this ti trtley read eha telling of his decision i> ism. "I remember elearlv when I opened the newspaper in the %  immediately realised the sigmncuncc of the underground struKgle. which had started. I took my coat, where I had carried it. ready to accept the philosophy of the Party, as right in the coming struggle" Politics Sir Hartley Stiawcroas said that Fuchs was granted British nationality only after the most exhaustive inquiries had been made t med to takr I interest in politics, nor was he known ;.t any time to have associated with British Communists He was interned in Canada early i In the war. but at the tH'gmning lot 1942 when the dan..German Ineaalon on Britain was feared. Fuchs waa released. %  went to Glasgow University to pursue academic studies. Bungalow To Be Rebuilt *-. Cvmsntn* tL) said he saw no good that could be achieved by postponing tut u,uesUor, but he appreciated the suggeUi>n id the Honourable members and from that angle he would accept the emanl ANTItV. BareUyi Hank buiigaJ Johns. Antigua. ..... level. Thipraeeal but the street with [til well kept grounds and one %  if was originally %  ^truate. i rtl during her ab" the hank .1 lie the garden in which -he V TO much WM. FOGARTY LTD. (INCORPORATED IN BRITISH GUIANA) THE HOUSE OF HOUSEHOLD LINENS OUR tmsKXJk mm CLEARANCE SALE BEGINS ai." "*r WaluefVirode STARTING MONDAY MARCH 6TH OPPORTUNITIES FOR CAREFUL HOUSEWIVES AND KEEN SPENDERS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT GREATEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED COME ONE COME ALL YM > "•"•pi"*" votir ha,, w ,,h tven fin... liquid or cream %  hampoos hides i namral luMte with dulling toap film. Hah ceatasa. no Miap or .M*V oihA soaaiai ioiuii reel h.r*. laaaral BBHM WM %  OMO, Hala hrfaaj pel dm "•ering hightighu. IM fratrant laihrr i %  aaav quirhiv in Jn > ksad i afler-rinae. For hair ihaii aWLMea, u Halo. SMiaicas aiGcrir ntnivc IH4*..OO In Amrf-a. Maa.tanwlb.il ..iht-nhai!.!*-.. "> ffi !" have proved onh Mak. 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BARBADOS ADVOCATE TIRM>\V. \| ARCH PAGI I II HT I IK 4.llps Gun Site Chief Thrral To Blue Streak Aged Gelding Does Rousing Gallop: River Sprite Impressive Over Box to Box lt> HDMtkir hnlf b *ere seen 1 of the day The o^ 1 Hid she peaaed itw %  | %  %  %  lid bat n %  : form nil] looks %  %  the barrels ts good shall be ami,/ M %  %  .ippcn. %  %  %  She rtir %  %  ban to i %  •king • 1 04 becau anG Bf1 I Usual MB WW ton n jcti m < d d his uiual 26. %  I and patted Mopxy. who had : %  he passed them 05) %  S'ainte and Staro Night dkl *• working together wall of gallop thai seems to .on. ,rly morning watchers, out to in> mtnd, the only w. v that exercise gallops should tx jone, unless for special purpose* Fred and Mrs. Payne who were riding them obviously know how to do It properly too The litre was 1.051 Sprite did about seven and picked up War L* i.ox 10 box They did not start mi consequently Rivei time of 1.221 for the box 10 box was quite good haneoi very much in OK oa**j Sweeper went with Silver Buitt and came away a bit from of a five in l.0b|. ihis filly is a race day ,11 does not mear that Sweeper is much inferior have never seen him look better Apollo has improved but S.ik Plant Is no horse to judge hi n Ud five in 1 OB'z rltfa Apollo looking the better o. Postscript and Dulcibella workf. fiist five in 1.044. OuUide ifc*. r.rrels this is also another van od gallop. I hope Yvonet does ii i decide to use the whip or I'cstscripl on race day as thl* •elding; has certainly shown hfmelf to be a good one without it md .i very bad one when it I UBad I think he will be cock-ofHmwn Girl again went mm" tetter than Ability They did %  in 1 231 I hope Jaf %  does not make th< -kipper any rash wagers in thi I have heard that Jeffre' •d (0 eat something morr %  an his words over Bikini Tak< John, if Brow: DTuefa of the atai oil the toss, she shou'C be flrat or second in late I September Sons was I 'lid a five from a standin•tart in 1.06 He should have t -• with Lady Pink H Until Saturda etc : photo finish camera looks down from its tower on Leslie Byre* won the three miles and achieved England's first Athletic victory in the Empire Games, held in Auckland, New Zealand lyres won earth roa, 0B*> his shadow was with him as he reached the finish ---try*. England and W.I. Fight For Crieket Power B> Veirr llillon LONDON (By Mail) LAND still a creat cricketing power* the quest...!-. will be answered this summer when the first post-war \\ Ml Indian team comes over here to play a series of four fivedav Test matches. Defeat for England could easily put her International pictu-e for a period of ten or fit I years i moment there can bdoubt that Australia is the greatest country in the world ,.is beaten Soutl a/eat Indians hai ,;ns to b? •ended who shall be unofficial An English victory" in the Test H arid Soccer Cup Might W Be flayed In Rio LONDON. Feb J. A OaU> Orapluc" cormpoodm, here reported <>•*• World Soccer Cup night nol DJ ",S tor ta He Jawlro * "ree hitch in lii Rio arrangement. due to dlBcultie.oie. „nd the renUI ul lh. i_3.ouo.iioo u pT-udiuui am ol International Foolba'.. lion, being respomlble lor runring the tournament, arted llu Brazilian Football AMOclatlon loi an asnirance b> Febru.r itie transfer of ooney due to eoraueting countries would be itilho.Sd The B-.-IUi-ni Md lh The""rrwuonnlI Mid MjUK letter was airmailed. It U. that unleas the assurance a given by today. Brazil JCJlM.B0 get the lourna.neni Last night m feply had been received Th. newspaper said the Brazilian, ha rold-shouldereil a reuuest that the stadium, being built lor the ,ompetnlon. should be placed at ** vervlce ol the FMerauon during the events Today %  the deadline lor a aatijiarti.r. answer 10 the request The ouesUon of how much gair monev should be paid to Hat stadium'ouners had caused another finally It was lo be nvc per cent, of takings. But uu uvner' inteil 1" per — iReuler. I BALIUDOSIlRMMi: NOTICE OH 1.1 5 It Booth Space ...coming Meeting at $3 00 per running foot ,. A LBWtt, Secretary 2 3 so In *4 Mexico n Urea k$ Swimming Record Cl'ATXMALA CITY i Magfla Bruggeman. of Mcxlno, ^roke her own Central Americar. record In winning the women's 100 May Play On Grass LONDON (By Mail.) Italian Davis Cup p\.< have to play on a grass court when they meet Britain in the first round early in M As first out of the hat when the draw was made in New York. Britain has the right to decide the venue and, therefore, the surface on which the match shall De played point out OUld be a tactical blunI the match on hard courts, on which the Italians are very much at home surface, Br.*. pects of beating an Italian tearr, composed of Giovanni Cucelli. the tough little Milanese, and M W Bellu are not too bright, untram and Geoffrey Paish are in their best form There is a DM that Paddy Robed I a. season, and Tim I %  their great—but thus far. latent— kkill. matches against '"''"'£. „,,.-. free style swimming event would more than cane* %  II.II.4 Kaidio Progi-a in in k si MCC side a Weet Indies and would futhermore establish England as second only to Australia A Challence I for the West Indies however would mean a senou* challenge to Australian supremacy Boln countries have soundly defeated MCC louring sides which have been sent to play again**. all fairness however H must be pointed out that the Auaates had a better side to beat %  I aloai if the West Indies | <• Test series this %  ummer that their victory of two and a half years ago was no fluke could claim equality Australians Australia and the West Indies %  i lowly in a Test :. the Aussie* getting the i %  event ol a West Inolai over England this summer it would i-ould arrange another rubber against Australia to fight for world supretent boom %  linaiK-ial success would not be in doubt the Central American Games : time was 1 min. 11 3 sees. The Mexican team won the 300 me.Yes free style relay in I %  .tins. 35 sees — Renter. Rt'll.vviilv Tennis Club Results YESTERDAYS MAK III I Mixed Doubles Handicap I and Dr. Id. 30 beal Mr> Bynoe and C. Innis.; — u, 30 2—; 6—4; —2. Mr. end Mrs. Bame—15 real Miss E. Wortnc and A. I' 6—2; 7—5. ] Miss 1. Lennagan and P. K. Poach— l j JO beat MUM Ram'a. and D Lawless —3 —0 Men's imuhlr. Dr K. Niotiolls and H. S. NlcholU beat J. P. Edghlll and J. H. C Mghill 2; 8—. TODAY'S MATCHES Mr. and Mrs. Barn< Miss 1 Lennagan and P Miss D. Austin and K Ycarwood —15 vs. Mrs. Banrr." I t Patterson—40. MASS MEETING al QMOI'S Park FRIDAY MARCH 3rd { o'eloek tinder the Allspices o( Ihe Caribbean Workers' rninii Hear ihc FACTS! I MOTTI.KY replies m his accusers J. W. HEWITT. Chairinan AND DE1KI01S TOO JUSI A FfW OF OUR SPECIALS. BUN LOAVES V/AW///*V/ Hn Nw I ... m Thr Nc*. Irofn ifclUti!'•••> l p m The !. %  PbUlp Or*fi -ill KM Cm % %  OnltiraSr*. i p n. %  % %  i VsaaMinS I II Mi Mo %  10 Hl'sAln F I MbUtl H p m M**' H CWMiwnwMUth. 10 J* p m and M-P(M>rson M uw ThMit* •***• %  %  ^ .-1 DUfMrti The Weadm TO It\> %  gag Kises: 6.14 .m Ban TU (.IB p.m. Mi aa full): March I 6.S(i p.m. Hirli Water LM a-aa I II p.m. llatllMI Kainrall << odrinsUn > Nil leinperjlure I Max.) 83.6 F. M tture i Mln.) TSJ f< Wind Direetton iV a.m ) E. .3 pm I Wind \>locll>: 16 miles per hour lsarvmeter <^ ftJBl > W.644: i 3 p.m.) 29 947 TO-aM.IIT ERNIES (Members Only) There will be a Meetinj. Mils .AITERMMIS Parting at 511. roLD Bi'rrrr The usual Turkey A Ham Etc Etc. REMINDS YOU THERE IS SAFETY. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS IN EVERY TIN OF COW & GATE MILK FOOD. Cow & Gate is a pure and digestible concentrv tion of the finest milk, free from all baaeriil risk but vital with sustenance to build up bib/'i little body to form firm bone and sound flesh and togtvi him that happy and contented smile which speaks so eloquently of physical wellbelnj. COW & GATE % FOOD o/ 0 ROYAL BABIES J. n I*IIa c. us tl-g aaVSa? HI ) WiM : ONL\ -• MOHt: DAY! Ill MW SMOKERS light T>* irnc IIM Mm natM. v 11 1>. 11 I ven lime fWrtEN SHOPP^S R>? STOCX1NSS, M SS CRANE PROM RAWING THE STOCK CANT REFRAIN inttMerr T,BM' T SOVE'146 5AR"WHAT A RAIN/ OH.NOlNOTTMOSlfMADAME?)PAIR IN TM it with a "LYTIC" t uootasci&ABUTi uaut* The Lighter that has no springs, no rlinla. no and gives a clean smokeIree. odourlua and tasteleas flame, and is wind-proof. To introduee these Lighter* we are giving rlB i 1 charge One til BetUe of l-lfhter %  purchased between now and Uareh 3. i50. AT OUR HARVEST SALE Various size tins ranging il ce 12c. o 36t Ask our Home Products Departmed CAVESHEPHERD&Co.,ltd[ 10. 11, 12 & 13. BROAD ] LATEST IHM'- or MIX : H'or.lii. Boots and Show: I>>~ !*" Tor LAKHS: t'aUioruUaa. 1 anr) Miam. "" Fcr rillLDRKN Shot, lor ran and 0"•" $JLgMt£*< THE BRITISH SPECIAL: Floor, Furniture, Linoleums, Was-Polbh Cir Al all lloort l>rus Slorra — PRICE: 5/•y----: %  %  .; %  '. %  .-.: %  .-. ,..: .•,-,-.-.-.-.-. . ,.-.: % % % %  % %  -' %  wrtW/. Ss UJL&s — £conomw> WITH BOWRANITE win OUtBtM i'ii\i The rrlrnllew r.neaay ml Kul Hi,l'i',\ed 1-rolerUr of Iran and sterl UOES FARTHEST IASTS IXINGEST II eover 700—1.000 aq leel. one coat. Sla.he 1 In Red lire, and Blark WILKINSON & IIAV.MS (IL LTD. J Phone 1 ''.v.v/.v/.WJ W WM l '. DONT MISS THIS ... MUSICAL TREAT DALMAUS' GREAT VIO^ and PIANO CONCERT HELD IN THE MARINE HOTEL BALLROO FRIDAY. MARCH 3d AT 8.30 pm &f lltkllS run l. OI.W"" 4 JOHNSONS STATION^ from TUESDAY, FEBRUARY .pair*: : OIM IIKVIII SUM rV.II% — "" ^ SWATS —



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Till RSI) W MMKM J CLASSIFIED ADS. IN MEMORIAM %  UAROt.D '" &f vn take e*a%  thai will ever unas* ,..i, ihl. o"-"> vi ,.„* All*'< %  Mabel & Pul,. IORY of I a-CIH Son'. Cn'i: ttuoed peper. p,|T 7""\_ !• %  ii> THE iIARDADOS ADVOCATE M-ML NOTICE .* a. undar "•" •' 1 1) a.m , O. H„ Pt">i,a &f tuTOK.-nvE I.I I%  %  <. Hardwood All In CartNl l..,a.i,.- • M r-i,ooi,Lady Km Cap. No... rrom Domlnlra. A|tt llT Major from Tttntder 'IHm e n Son A C> D. U Jobneor. lot DlfABTI HI •1 IV-Icon,.. 1M1 TOM net. Jar PWtrerUn — hnlCo I CM %  on* „f the t>*u ron* Ahrryi Co. HI rondlti"-. ,, price ApplySuaufti;. .-.mea Street 22 I.SB—4 f r rn,1 A rwm i %  OiflLUMiisL %  %  i.IkBelftcl. Wills..:-. AMI. Irene Af*tl Doufla* CampUil W A. Ol Mr J Oiabr..! Mr. .Wai) CluM. UPPAH: %  F.d.r.1 Fnrde COJP CO ^_ Dodae Cuatom Sedan rtu.ii %  I -tclal MJ I | I 0 %  l %  '•'' %  LIVESTOCK iiClir pT'PPtrSParent* (Vrtrr — 'uintlng or Watch SB 3 —thi I PJUABLK RIDING IIOF'Hi tcek.cn price* $*•. 1360 pfowl %  AJ* % %  'M '' %  BMW asBisr. KM T"**"' "E25 **-'"'" order. — H..,.., Clii — ii Ca** too. MI Ba....i r,a. l.\ rOUCi, WITH I!.,RI>\DOS COAST STATION rif ;-id Wirelaf*e Wr-.i Inriirii r m CM* — -•_. Ma i.n throuah lh %  :, S Llaniihee.. L,, 1 I KrUc. Morrnar r %  %  '-ido. tahtrt_ WBiianO. Ba!i. loch K^ i %  noulh. CAIUIVKI. tUOXMK, lr.1 Hawk. Wlnwi He•4M Him.%  •• l l ^OVTKEAU AC9THAUA (in /.KALAXD UNI UBTlI !" 'r T W I J P,R,r *•-"•• • ^^^ %  *" *"!"> Jinnar.' lath -rwii, nm^, 4^, r ^,^ n iJL?~2* "'!'"~ *<. %  .all =*£? • tWr^M* MrticulMr* .oplv "'RNfM :vm.V A 8 *tnli TrmiiUj l>A COSTA (o LTD. A*r.-t D--b>A> PACK %  ?• rrarwood Tcnamrv Road ln Irom flurw Hill lo Unfcair^ t^21 .._ %  %  "rdcr of The Commlrabnr^. M | M I H -fr IPOUNICAL n*a rARRfEn cvci H M %  TTofaKar Si. Dial XN. T 1 IMTIJJ-On* lad*'RalflBH nir-r'mvnt wn*ltlon ra*npJM with liM. Md in "T %  %  M'' N Cf"H %  '" %  "ii' %  %  1 3 -3n NOTICE M'auretania Leaves Liquor In The Virgin Islti %  [A, VlTflT Winter erulM pMMiifi 'l.urrunU" loft Charloll: Amalla M ;l. The Cunardr Nnnrc ,akp ;•'>' %  -'•<< %  or iwuxht by paawoer%  'i* '; rt liquor la v rhmply. 'LniirtArU" iMl I %  n r p, V-~ Child'* Trlcyfta WCAL Admiral iibtt ''•" i SMM Umli an new AlnoO.EC Prtdn HnH Ralph A Reanl Tl i lam to IS itoon daily. I I :-> lit Small quant I nlvanlard pin. 11 M in AU mini PIIKSH Mil K ,. L rtamH BHKAD lJ"^e 35ES ,or ,h d up ulfll -" une >ear ii 24.D0 fallona ^^ ,,,, v.-^ ^7:^ *te M,ht io ,h %  "' *-" • P-ron for ..rllric *,n (OH4.M, Bk nf *7f lh.tr tender, a Cerliflcu* (,v ,7, VaVetinary Praclttlonor Matin. lh ,t •"' i ^d nte rreo from TUberntloali .. 0 H?" ^ nd 'a *••" M obUlneJ at BT Order. ft ^ E c rr>MAClark. St. Michar> Ve.iry. H.t.M—In tmyp NTWS—At the May fair Olft i Aoullc Club. Kitt day "i Veoaaplete net Coronation Sfamp". Old US A Stamps, M.t.HM S(i SV'IT—Coat. vet nnil ti TOD Hal me ? I B A WliaMan, p(F-war qualllv. Selling ui>all DU1 2001 li 50— in taut* fenqutro Auto Tyn i rt 50—1 f n \il.s All >liea of t OllvanUed *M W Hutchlnaon A'.. I.M 1 :i 50hi t BOB "olland. fliteat hrew .. %  "a^Pal thnit quenc^ns drink n daoJor '. ,' %  •* h*fht in*.. l.inoork al !" j _^^ 3 ;i %  w l •UN Coy %  J,** 'vrrw into U.imaged by Are Torma Caah H ARCHBl" Am:; NOTICE PARUU or oan - the velope TX.VDBR FOR ed#.opday. Mh Marrh IHO. f or .upnlii Bh ^*fL, M1 *Fr h "" r .' •" Ilre-d. cMlvarod at the AlmahVia, i n ^uch q-..nime M may be rrwu-ed from time lo time, for a period 3 %  %  ii y "" r w nn, nc, " J9,h Mi< K^h pemon lender Ins mual .ubmlt letter* from two tl properly qualified pei-aor.ii wlllliur to become hn.ind with tor •.iKceaaful tendenr for the due porfoimil*e ol -he centrmct The appronlmate quantiu quired if 4J0O pint* %  i Board reserve* ttm tie*' > %  fM>M "-r tlnrtrr of ti nrp lh^>. 0M | tUpply of the -.i hot. qi,. 1* %  %  . v P-rt of thla item All tenderer., to | iiinit forward t < %  <-*: %  i %  •. u ..! %  iltle from whi,h || i .' free from Tiilwn The Board doc* not %  id th. 3 .1 50?:i %  -Udle* cn>\' winter coal — let. boy, winter cLoUwm and u parlael tmdHMn, rhe n FUI "UlM 2 a soin PHWOIXAI. %  • wife 'N7. GITTTN* • %  MM MOkl 11^ %  I FOOTBALL NOTICE 1 iiuf mad? t,. emu. menoa Iba IHSII i\..tb.,ti iaoinii idHM M bvtwaan Monday ljth hUrch nod Wed.neaday isth Starrelarie* ol raoaltra aJIMatJaa forna hoca Mr o | Coppln, llony. Satretarv D A F A CO <\-. .:.Th^re will be a Council Meeting of the HA P A ( .t the V M ouartar*. linfold Stroet on I >rd <• p.m. and the. Annual Oenrr-l MffllliK -if Ihe A>Cl*1lOn %  at Ihe V M C A H**dqi. < following Friday, Manh lOth ..I 4 V p.m. The Agenda for the Council "•ceunc nrxt Friday la aa folloi I Minute* 3. Roeelv* Annual Report am •JUIement for IM0 neason Consider three of player* durlrui the General Riuunoa* i n—nalal LOST RWEFa'STAKF. TlCKn 4S4S. Finder pleaac return neme to JOrdaVA, B4le> Ailey, Si Geurae H\ iriatruffttoM f.n. 1* J tea Ttiurtdw net the 2nd March .t lm on the Spot at Mil* nru a Oiuu-tf^er. hi. almost new heu.e (Hilcn ireshly painted and hat two aide V.i' dah. front houae IBxlO. bar" J7i* and kitchen Idealy euited a a tea 'ide houee Inipectlori any day on an placet Ion to hu mother. All o her - ticuUr* apply to D'Arcy A. Scoit Auctioneer Dial 3740 IS I tv ') %  ". ewirm it lue, iiym*. srsNeoei A (oi Peanut. DeicMTwje, Tiihopdai. Lady JXoeleen Brings Fruit St/boom tons :,e: .<-:i .in Ivod RippUas ll \l \OTI4 r TSMaataW FOB TBAN8P<>T OR RIM M | OUHFRS TKNDrSS H* invMM fcr llw ,„„.„.,.., Hcvrnu* OHWr. Ironllridittov,, lo Mourn <;„ %  D ">rt irorii BMdanmiii lo (Jrn, Form Disllll., lor lh. ,ocnj and murn, for Ihe period „, A| „. : March. 1H1. 2 ApprOAlmawly lhr rWU wrrUy K each EtM nca.ry and Ihe lime ipenl Ii, valthuj varies from i J. Tender, ahould be for a rale per mite, lncludui| e umuierlM The moUr car. proTtoXW are lo be appro.. Ikt of Cu.Dcna. from whom runner informal, !" mi „ %  %  bwnwd. .mJL J" 1 "" !" ,<, M ' • "" Colonial Secrcl.r, onVer h name, and marked on th. envtfop. Tender lor Tran.no-I .VIM be reved a. Ik. Colonial c .,.,,„,., om „ ~ J~J-^ \v>.lne<.i. y he ii,h of March. IMI The Government d*M no. I tad tbwrl n. „ %  • %  jny lentW 2.: M /Zr^r Aac %  ' %  ilin.il M, CAMAD. -.H- "' %  •' •>" %  s s ALOOA POi^Ria'• %  ** -ATRl.trIfbruar. > aaSM „,„ .... .„.* r 1 %  Msr-'h led Marcl. ITth H1W YORK SIIV.CI s s "-"WOPS. H1W oiLi tM HiRvtrr \flv., MoKh'atj,"" %  eJM Areree. s 3un mm h-sae*. rebruerU,f Mare-i 4tn Sarvkre ~^sr,v is. v^---dL-i CORRECTiOV An advertisement appeared i • v J"f I *^" Pper Rr or BawfrKity politic, • lencjr the Governor. Thi. — %  akned by I JUAN N, c lerrle Conaumeen AitooUtl Barbados and MM Lilian N. Co* a> |1ll>lak.l. t'anmin (iit ll.iplair> -ii a-> ROtLINO liLUMB* ^-. i i iwiu nt'n.Nrn e, PAN &f aaw IXAMII why not ^11 ana ar than, BALPHA.BMID.r.V.1 I I Heal bl.i. *, ftlU ,„ U oneeraDIXON & BLADON JOHX M :IL.\DOS ,AiK...e ol m, ,.,.„,„ ,„ s„,v„ OT | I'hontii in KOi-.il )||| on the ftjaa M...-,l| COS*, nwaetj iactod u, we* snd bath c'.'^'p,.;;;: heHtl>eyne^in*rtat>iiildiiif-t|V '• little to •h. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER will neil on FHIDAV II.,. 3rd ,,, • lira lo Costa .-v ....,; .,. n i S..L, is M ..-, at* T ..... r:i h IIRANKBR. TROTMAN A Caj %  Barera REAL ESTATE atety MOO lb., aecond hand riiiind in... tod* and Aal cl,. ChuTi-h Thla matrriala may he InapertI ftom the rool al Si QaBrQe'l ed at Bulkeley Factory w to the Manaaer Mt W B. Cairmrtoi, <.i*T* in wrltinB adaVrieae., to Mr h Msaan. Fsrwhlal Treisaxini will be received up to 1Mb Match IM> At 3 •ao, • ijii...ti... WA^TKII Bui dnrad r>r fear! For plrnttr ol tloOQ. %  irr,.i ait. whoJeenmp (o.ni .ind Dr. Chaar'a Nerve Pood will help to build up vitality .iii.l tone up th* •vMcm--*o you can keep wrens tnrouitn Ihe moat trviriK pevtodsts! as, Dr. Chjuc'a .Nerve Food hi hclpc.l thousand* ol women CO (oce the future with confidence. So if >-ou're feelin,; nrrvous, fidfely or run-doirn—if >t>u don't rest well at i>. 4 ht, and o/ten feel moody or irriuble—take Dr. ChaWa Nerve Food for a while. Keep yourwJi in good condition— tr> (In. time-proven Ionic which has helped io many. The HUM V:. Lhaats" U )XHU aaaurance. ff TAKE NOTICE YOU GET EXTRA SERVICE M HEU VARII iVIraam LWar) B3S 00 par f-sniin Airi ttta nfanaaai Qotdaw Ri • % %  .. %  ill time Secretary req I .: i in Trinidad Frrl* —.e of aame but not aaeei modalion far • % %  fie mas I detail* and rr .< BON NO *I Port of Spain. Trliudad, li U I 33 3 50Tn. MISCELLANEOUS SifAaPtTS narbadoa Cn-opersitivc Dank -Oi_... ike-t ffMeag ,,...! %  ,,.,-..h su. a Tek-phoue 3084. fj | BJ 7r 1ISID POSTAOK -lAMfh WANTU •JTAMt*i Uaed r"-u*r Slainpf. wa'lt. %  •I ftamp* inert is,,idlar Ml -is. pen*, caiii-tre*. rlmhi be sent m ea*e**n|*. Oe. d too or moif %  tarnpi Wind ran i N. V.. k POST OFFICE NOTICE AIR MAIL RATES Effective from 1st March. 1950 plae. if i>.i.i„„ „ TH nr,, nUl *A,* . !?'IS" !?*. Mnaa>.|.l. ord iiuokk .Irctru • i.labW a^, a, utr %  ;*" '" "•*'" 111. "1... ...a, %  •iiu, (run tnt. atr, da, l..-4> imla. ajn,, ii '-.1111111. ... %  Ir-Uon Th* lrw.1, ii appncatlon at m %  . .1... Mm a„ A rab-AM,., If .__ H W1IJJAMR^uiiar ol Trad. M..v :. : M Ye*... and full power and pep,'too... for that extra performance of your marine engine. FX1DE gives youquick responsive power...dc*pendablc service ... plus \ low coat operation. THI LONG I IF! %  Am Y i tmim Uttmtm far Cl Vaarsl s .A RAGE TRADING CO.. I r_. TAKE NOTICE U'ltcrs Post Air Country ol per 1-or. Cards Forms Deal.' |airniun a I ;' _f*ana' |kblic cents 12 18 10 ia 30 12 12 12 cents ii t 0 0 0 %  — (via Jan Great Brit (via Trinidad) Newfoundland (via Bermuda) Newfoundland (via Trinidad) United States (via Jamaica) United States (via Trinidad) per |<. Carda IS rents M .',0 24 3C IS 30 M II IK Air Kou R 12 %  naair "••**, CaWI OB SBaD CSl SaSakl D-t*d Ihknujdarai F-arueaT aniaa MM srl. rea-etratlo., 'tcs have been nx*d for letters lo which ?K' Can **^ 'here is ot.l y LJ h r r ate '* 18 (''"is l>tt#rs (or J ""^t be routed Via Trinidad ami the BBSasa I*?**' 1 thre %  ' mail* %  •* liila-T-a The ** m "' lE ar clo - d ft" %  asm V T^* clo **d on Saturdays via Ja •• hiehJ nn i dad UUer& Tnr despatch on Printed matter by Orest Britain. Canada and the United Stall mail per week, that on Frida;. < Via Bermuda by deapatch to Canada other than by this Ofap higher rate .irJixed. via Jamaica to Great Britain and the Mondays, Wet.r.padays and Saturn. ke approxima %  WSffJaT than If Saturda>;Vm Trtnitsad must be so marlcad and r-nnieo man* t from 1st March. 11*50. printed matter (Including; naw*pap*TB. romn.rcial paperit i be accepted for Great Britain for conveyance by air mall at 9 cents per | oz. BL> Printed matter by turfmee naU to Great BrUai' March the postage on printed ma %  stln* Incr *fised to 2 cents for the first 2 ounces. For each sdduional 2 cHjrtces or part the %  L P ri L r ? m . hr ^ry t IBM. H. WILUAMA. Weal et e er of Trade Mark.. %  I N TAKE NOTICE Thrt UNlVaVMAJ. j t under lh* hae-in*•. pla. L'ruted % %  > %  eoarkection eith lyncbr^ Ua*>t and sound effect* • %  amind rew aotaru). worda aiuLor n* and or rnuatc recorded AIBM. *nd asa rt e ri pwiue* Ireen • -, i a., ,,, f %  %  SupUc e — The) trade mark rasa be Dated thla ITU. day M S i"4r—doI'.'-ie-xllt GA: ,1 v.vv l'.-JB" I ,**•*• (!< %  • your a\aSawaaaaaS. T. „„„ Ik Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd n~s I IS 4, on it Ve IIKHi. nkiion BafjaBlaaa te of Ajx.etiea le of Nee, York, i trade |tark is Kind coutdanated NUTRICU' Holland Kin.--. POWDERED vm K M% Butlrrl.l I lh lit,. 2 rent2'I-ID lina $t*K S-lk Una I4.fl From all CJrocera and ChctnUU. If you fail lo remember the name ask I Powdered Milk in tl.UE tin with Ihe WHITE Cow Once Iried always attest USEFUL ITEMS Just opened! HOT PATCHES (All Sizes) BRASS TYRE VALVES PERFECT CIRCLE PISTON RINGS (CHEV.. FORD. DODGE. Etc.) Plastic Handle SCREW DRIVERS Plastic Handle Philip Screw Drivers KEYHOLE HACKSAWS MI RACLE ADHESIVE in 13/ ins. in Black and Clear SPARTON HORNS 6 & 12 Volt ECKSTEIN BROS. DIAL 429 — BAY STREET


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r 10E TWO R.\RR\IH>S U1VOCATF. mi KM>\V MARCH 2. INI fahib C a ^ inj 9 t KJ RAV BW.IA. arrived morning from T r 11 Hf m *c\ by Capt. Gordon Store. Rttfon;.! Pirn tor i London lay afternoon and n Is due to leave fct Jamaica today Delighted M R. AND MRS J H and Mr. and M I n Sati.rdrt> morninp y TC A hf %  b0 holiday and a r e bank. Mr M> R in hides and *k %  ,vw York, and a member i 'he American Dental Associa* i>ii and (Irand Street Boys' Awo:he ww of the rn-operatlw int. U snd son did not accomnv him on hi* trip; she prat•v York, and MB in is alao a lawyer. Mrs Carter ; .s an Assistant to Governor New York, ,,; "Racket Breakcampaign %  >l them v College On a Three Year Course MBS m Madron P %  only person • to graduate with %  double .. | r .rdham Slic I c, ,me Assl District A" g] Sessions before Us* IJW member of the National V w I \ grter, Jr.. Did You See Them? i *~J to M I %  Red Head Goes For Bald Pates B> IRANh M II Hi UXYWOOD. ;R> Rhoid/i t fwrti on of the moat btautH .i..ir in Hollywood, tod a -i I of the nation's ball men. With a might} toss of } "iss nemtng averred. %  There is ab'oluteK wrong with tor J*-eadc I "I knOA ma.iy rr.en who nav ,*t their hair To mt UM locks doe* not detracslightait from ieir prrjbility A aHHur pate does noi ranmcap them in any % %  %  In fac. | %  -T.iV:' Caell B DeM instance. To HM o.hcr folk. M .> Ml H %  %  . Urk of hair hasn't hamperrt CB he's a pe feet rxnmplc J* baldness adding cha m. The green-eyed gal. wno iMgseaan the s*me chest meararemenU aa Jane Russell and whs was born In Los A K „ pushed her point bv her' lit! of the world's ten standing bald men: _„__-." •Winston Churchill, she said. The world i most expensive hat "is my choice as lUtfans'i is worn in New York bv Hope Sinclair Lewis wins the author's Hamton Brulatoor, widow of firth Dwiaht Elrenhower gets igMM Jules Brulatoor. nod for b?ing the ouls:andini U costs $7,500 ( £2.678). is made id Henrv Kaise comes 0 f cultured pearls. As it weighs %  /in the bald burich as the heal 50 pounds Mrs Brulatoor can ^.a-_ it j.ln • ..*. • ro-.rt narlniia II Princess Helps Stable Boy B> FRED IfOERKI 1 :i*pnea .nto the lite af ambit iota* u.ig Eme*1 Poole and paved the way for the ruinlntent of hi* rream Ernie. 14-year-old four feet five inches and weighing a n.r:r 61 pounds, admittedly is "hormou.i the only horse* ky farm •plugs' ear his (wire Teverf. Nott.nghi-i.ishlre Lime pg^nstrnkuiglj cempased a letter to Prince.-* Eliz, Sreth. telling her of his. hope* of becoming a Jockey her help in finding him l job vrltfl I racing strble In his letter r* 1 koaHv vou like horses and you will understand how l feel about wh, I want to be with ihem" irn mail a reply cam' from Clarence House that Ernie: le.'.er had been forwarded to .< trainer. Shortly afterward. Ernie rei celved another letter, this tun". postmarked Newmarket and Mgnd bv Captain Boyd-Rochfort. the King's .Vainer The letter advised Ernie tha' he had a Jo* and asked him to U" the captain know when he reache-. •chool-leavlng age (now 15) so that evervthing can bf. Ernie will i'.nlsh with book ir September and start worki.tK on his drvam immediately —I.N.S. wear it only for short periods. It Is insured for C5.000 —Express. %  rliograph> and Will Ltd. Visiting the Caribbean gR ABTI P m and Empire TIt, time won: % %  i %  %  John's Ul ui 1.1.1. at St York. I irtar is staying with Mr • Brighton M'-. %  andCaitieen be:. %  "£ lc dad and •ccornpanH Selected Him a Year Ago lay that he %  %  m to England the s jvr Sponiored by thr Colonial Office M l I 111 IIAK.. s Inn D< 'HL„^. h lh Also returning V Back to Work %  who i lour monl ... in Baron"' Scottiih Holiday %  ,l Mr.. A P. Barbour I 00 Tuesday lor BritHh v. I A to make KCtlou with the h will take them %  Barbour is ar. I • rurtion work 01 and H 0W on | with Mra. Bai %  Aland. L.u'ufc too) won : Ml and Ml Roeklt] wi ..nd Mrs. Barboui ai >. mo I ale ton! PALERMO A BMUao hen has I egg-laytng records by laving 70 egg* In 27 days. But it., la no*, nappy. He aay .eh as 25' ihjn he gets for his eggs. If he stofl ihe hen g' ad lays no egn nduatrtal OMd big wheels 'm a | Rhonda'! roaldr lo lu&d \ IS5 and 1M0 Hi I •elanett l i o o a uw of the graduate Lawyer and obtained warmth of hi! rnuale" B A at Dartmouth College Bill Morrow, who prom. 'I air !hows. 'n the radio flc*. %  >i,ut.' ill liter iluaaot his pool ..hinnlng hair." as the globe's grealesi showman U | | ad.pla.myhuaban.i IliKi.A IHK HAWK.' John P Dennu O'Keete lhu.k father, but Fred leally ful enough to be accepts hubby "You know. I ;top and think wl Which proves that baldness is n^} muorl.tnt a! This Is The Payoff CROSS ORD A ('.AMBLER who a payoff covertly. arrange a niethori fished rhereby ha could place %  certain number of billl : M B Colonial Office the Colonial Pilm I'nll at the West In'i^ Mr Carnuchavi i--%  that win * "-. %  hMiit— ^ Bermudwill Tuesday wTearher in Returns from Trinidad M BS r in A w Beott ratumea :. 1 U %  %  %  Off to England %  England for Bart who Is ConKmance is on long leavyesterday by B.W.l.A kdad and will travel fron' i ere hr "hip. Mrs Hart who ha b -en in Barbados for about six %  Matron at tlu • to spend moat of their hobdaj U but as Mrs Hart's horn (fort B pand ihej %  .. M-.'I:... From Palm Beach M MiHe-nry Barbe Pal ;>..,,; me *eek in BtJ is at tlfor Trinkiad b %  %  —il N.S i ill into ten enm such a way that he 00 awav any sum in dollars from 1 to 1,000. without splitting up the contents of any one envelope What are the respective numbers of dollar bills the envelopes must contain"' pcipuntl M i.1t*- l m tisfe a medley. 141 .. % %  -: •l. Pa m xid. (3) .K^f: <*. lr% 11. Pli YOU MUST SEE. KMIMIti: lUlh 48 hours in %  i astaMasasssi th. %  if a ..~ r 7,f c mrs. tl..*' I, KCIPI OI ino~ „ wh0 . 1 . .1 iniliienc and *bo P L A Z A y'JM IMI Kll IlillHtKW t pull EtrinfS (iiitid Aloiif CROWN lil.Mil I! BEER Imiiil fur ,i Miiimlv SPEND a little RAYON BROCADE M i I'ink Peach. Itli"'. I.t'inuii. \Mul. al HI rls. A beautiful ranftv ad Al Hgbtfnl t a l aau i and SAVE A LOTI by buying these Special Offer Lines TYME A 17 ili March 0 U..Y1 ONLY I B30 p.m. II R BHUS an oa u i Ih.iiiphrc-.* Ilin I .NWVt K "The TWO MrJS. 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BARBADOS U>\ THIR-UU M\|((|| 2. It;, I'M.I lOlli lURBADOS^ AOVOOXTE i mm** Wi< ks< TI And Th> Li>n Bernard %Viek*leed In Harkfsl %frira Thur-rfi". Mart* 2. IV| 4.on-in in:,' Two Countries :nl-nt lave caused no surprise in the Col Bin offices haw been retained by Mr. ison and Sir Slaflord and the reshuffling "( many MinisI ters has little political significance. A. far athe C.lonu ire concerned, the nutty in office "1 ;i WeUhman is cariy.-, tradition begun by Lord Hall and Mr. L'roi.h .lores. Mr. Griffiths is i.ii ex-Blackamith and (45 he j jr. with tin hould Ion to l ranft. But the fact that few ; <-<"had ever heard of Mr (irilhths is a : ,1 of whom icd from the 1 present urn British political liftThe appointment of a II 1 to fill the | %  i al period in the tide of British poUti,nt the injection of j a new note in Colonial policy, at a time the British cannot rely on the results as a manda' 10 carry on a consume. i the J cat''' %  n for iiwin who hai lion for ll 5 attuneo H office—if it be short will be used to assist r way as Mr. Tin target question arising not so much from the announcement of Mr. Al I Cabinel as from the narrow majority obI tamed by 1. %  wlU h* ""' ulurc I of the Bn' : ent. :.vious that an; rn ment would find it impossible to get a I i ,n within its own political camp for any kind of coir; I aMiable inference that the main.f Mr. Bevari I Health ur must ... alU of another decide whetha tin right or back to tin And the announcement of Mr Attlee's original speculation political commentators that a coah%  Ita "f the clear signs given by yoters that they were in %  r another. be no coalition between armed I Bu: the (ienrai m fact Iht tnurnph of redomioantrj that %  %  000. .Mil tollow a Bud. hatjh will i'" %  fence and foreign aRan.no on* tan propl.. say, is that Mr A' '.' %  able ... ii.-I of political I nl...in .\l Ho**i.-llrrl.-l Lataaa "Wi '' ,e<, count, wt aataj i 'iifncuit | I will IIKhl "•. %  Will III All! ItS lAYl TSAVO NATIONAL PARK. KENYA. Mail) [ HAD an experience this week that waa rather unusual I an on the behind by J Han ClmM trainers put the r heads In lions' mouths and live l. tel the tale, but 1 went into the mouth of this lion backwardtnd lived to sit down. The lion, or rather the Hone** (they're more to be (eared than the male), made this barefaced attack on the Press a place called Tsavo You may have heard of It, be-aue there a famous book called "The Man| Tsavo" that every redHooded b->% in my dav practically knew hv heart The original man-eaters lived I ., %  Hn %  UM railway ,* built from Mombasa •o Uganda There were two of them, snd the.v ate 28 Indian rid scores of uncounted Africans Bef< n Ok f.na ly .hot i" UM engineer m harfe they had caused a three weeks strike Oil the line—not for more pay. but for fewer nnn-estins; Ion* Tli<-> are now in the Chicago T.'atural History Museum, stuffed with sawdust instead of people So you can see that, if you have to l>e bitten by a lion Tsavo is the pssMt to choose Of course I didnt go there fnr xactly that purpose I went beause in time t<> cone Tsavo is foing to be famou f"' inmrthinr i iore than man-eating UOOI H is going to be one of the few i lice* in Afri a where your : randchildren and mine wi 1 b* M elephant rh no. anr (ther big game outside a circus or too. The wild life of Africa is beins slaughtered at *.u:h a rate t i ak waj f< i ground--nui and •att'.n. and to satisfy sportsmen tha* unless something is done soon many species will b-come extinct in our lifetime %  roond H :i. big a-Kent and Surn-v put together have JuSt been set aside as a national park where the animal* can live at pman if not with one another At the moment this area M being run by a couple of men ;,nd two bojn of 19 lions WHcoim o N I jumped at the chance, little guessing that he'd got a descendant of the maneaters staying with him as a pet irdsni met me a. the railway and drove me back to hi* campAs we pu led up at his dogs and J lion camo bounding out to meet us. I don't know if vou've aver hsjsn uelromed by ;t friendly lion but its a thing you don't forget 'Take no not re' said my host picking up m> hat and dustir.g it 'It's onb loia She won't hirt| you Down lo-'a. down There's a good lion lola is nine months old BJM BBBjglll ]'. %  Bd milk COd Ufl r Oil Vitamin tablet* and calcium injections She eats about 30 lbs < r 'neat at a meal They re much the bring up as babies.' warden, who il a I* himself 'When shed flmsl.-d hi i liottle 1 used to put her over my shoulder to get her wind up." As with kittens, lions intern 1 -. for pet* must be hoiL • How do you house-train a lion You squirt the great beast wi In the bush crying lke a lost I Lionesses are good ne ghbours meat the %  i her cubs case something went wrong witn the cub-sitting arrangements Life is full of little surprise' when you five in a camp with a 124-stone kitten at large You may be sitting at dlnnei whet ^"insecUcide gun unfl he learns ^sWthing^ under the ta Forgetting for the moment if U try to kick it off. an %  ..ken as a signal that \oure feeling playfu' would like a little game. In a fln*h U turned, and ycu're flat on your hack in thdust with a purrininn on your chest to behave I ion s Ummr I OLA was brought tot wh.n she was five days old A native ranger found her alone. -J$kUM* Hoar 1 GHEETIHG gss^Mfes>a* —...i A T dusk the warden had thf native servants light a tin in front of the tents and another %  t the beck "You ought to have been her. bssg night.'' he said nonchalantly \n old lion came and stood five vards in front of the tent ami pared at me 1 war' lOatlsM I've lighted the fires Aft. r this the conversation not unnaturally, to I ion.* HV re are some of tJ LIONS have more bacteria n their claws than their teeth sit's better to be bitten thar. clawed. Children Sfarve. Hogs Wallow In free Potatoes — Its Economic Chaos In A Land Flowing With Stale Milk And (Dried) Efts By Prlrr OWeill papers ma:— *ld ** ifcpiuj^ari S SSiraBv~ nS."Mu'~l"-.i~'.''>>:' ~ ^MZ. *.. -to '•• rmt ~~ ,"•""" .1, n> m, much M m 1. US ' mmM UM di. non !•"" "~2*; pouncB^l I"*. • I" *"• —• %  "•* quwl 01 milk ifliv l iwo XW Ad< to tnie repons the fct that the U.S. Governntent has more etjp. potatees an lock than it ean even uii Untrkan farmers that their monies lining, and the assertion by an expert .hat .ve so manv American miners' children Hungry as today. (The little b..v in lln%  rENALTV FOB BMDH1 Jt now pays a farmer in America liettci potatoes for pits that will be bought by Ihe GovI at inflated prices than it does to teed In fact there Is a financial &&%{ Tins DANISH CREAM Asst. Tins ENGLISH PI McEWANS RED LABEL I'.KK! r in front of them to eat the r victims I can't think *r.y but aftoi tin' conver^atum I didn't sleop v.i. well I.ion's S|i i.:: HE lirei died down, and as everyone else waa Ttpt out In my bare feet, armed with nothing more lethal than a penknife, and stoked them up again. Some time after this a leopard approached the camp I didnt see it. but the dogs did and woke ovary one up Leopards adore c;Uing dogs and baboons, and. tct all I know, newspaper* !" n ton Instead ol shooting it. th thine!' I ke Kiant squib*, we used to make bangs with at battle %  I After that we all went to bed again, and when dawn came I thought the worst was over But oh no TTie servants rilled c.mvas bath behind my tent. and. •prang Everyone but il frightfully funny %  I—k Hfurw An Elizabethan $t*a-l)og Wy lu Oaala HAWKINfl <)l I'l VMOITll and lot aateunl "i otattrial ihti lain H ul il, v\llll\MSIl\ I" Willian niiinc .KI..I, i lim, ibai ntrttnl with %  aJicioui tin. eta voyaat, I lella UII. Am..i, he kn .:, %  .1 Ibt Itata ot the that some negroes Bi l'i Williamson I. talSor^ni mdeS*'l'he ;,.i s r"tide,""a.,., 'he that some negr,-, %  :„', hull. Also. M„ gave th.,, ,,„„ ,|, A Age ol the lust. i> ..r li. ms order to escape, ami h, English ttIl>William, John aitd Richthai ttn Se'do,;, showed >,„,, lo b. the ard In leading authority on Tudor Macomplete sixteenth century :..! iwcnty-tui, years ago John themselves. That would ..ugh in Iht wtatani ualonltt to aanut ii ..MI ihi-n owotn Hawklm %  lrealme.il which must hewrott'" I r"ol llawkm, which .1^ the poo. "^.T.d on the moat conipreIng in 1862 It t 9.00 A.m I'ollrr Masklai ->l IHslri.t "A" al I i' %  Muhiiit iiirnu al iasu niii i Area II PWaw >t 1 30 p.m. Mr. (ieornr llunte lerlurrn on "HUM A hiiii-i Nawi paper it. Made'' at HritNh t oum il at X II i' in ittttchad to eating "Sute poutoes Put plainly the United SUtes produces far mor. food than it can ever consume and its Ii poUtiea dicUte that the Government sh... .mue to make this profiuble for farmers inateaJ ; ( ctting ample supplies enforce lower prices. The surplus cannot oe exported because WOUM-LHcustomers in a world with considerable "hungr do not have the dollars. Tney ;aek .hem because the United States neartng proouc does not import enough. So the not-so-merry-go-round twirls w th | far.ners and politicians gaily ridmg the hobby; the public paying for the I BASIS OF THE LAW A ready the United States Government devotes, I '0.000.000 in subsidising out of taxes th rriva f<>r their protluce— not to owering the price at which they are sol:350 millions odd since 1947. Y< i the farmers—it Is a Government Uni a ta tta making twice as much mnticy as before the war! rilK OaXAf POTATO S< IIEME Dt to the fact that in January th*L •lumber of hired workers employed araa ;i IW* ow record at 992.000, a I percent, decline on a year ago. But. US. farming is largely a famih .th f:.r fewer numbers employed frrm and tha total agricultural won including farmers* families, la 7.310.000. There is no doubt farming booms still. More eggs and milk are being produced than ev It holds 100 pounds of free potatoes. You can have as many sacks a-, you like but you must also potatoes. If you eat them, h.i.vcvoi. you must DO) ^..i pei saik. if you throw them away you must pay 7 2d. You can export them if you can And a I be., or the Caribbe.ni it 12'Sd. to get one sack acr i you might find a buyer a'. IS %  Loaf t< • tha ALUMINUM SINKS (V.tfa Double Drain Boards Al.l MINI m SINKS with Single Drain Boards \U MINI M SINKS. i t \n. WILKINSON & 1IAYNES CO.. LTD., Successor* i„ C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. Phones I 1472, 4687, YES! MY DEAR!! TERRY'S CHOCOLATES arr naaaaar and chraper TERRV'S ( IUH()LAII rialii. Nul and Kruil. I'eppermint. Manlpaii. (Uflff Noniiua*. i ,1-FI.M-SIFruit (ream Kr PER BAR Terry's Almond Dessert Chocolate 4 OZ. BAR — 38c. Terry's Devon MIP. Chornlale 4 OZ. BAR — "'< !STAXFKI.I> SCOTT A TO.. LTD. i ii had argued abu.it il Hut no one did Much i n h •-"" ; What is wronto-day was rtgtu >uiely Hawkins must have BDpreciated the suffering the slaves aocturad >iuring the MM ba was a trader, and slaves were a valuable commoitUy Although most readers will find this book i ^-winded. it contains some exciting chapters on Hawkins' third \ bbean and Uv -ti San Juan de Ulua the mot diftlnctl feature nf the book is the BUthOI •obvious enthusiasm for the period i BkUlBOD buaheli aboul which he brf, "' "• "iwlna crop. Oi surplus fisLcudify 2iomsi % %  uii Atlrartlvr ( uiiiiiii't % %  ! D %  % %  |l4-% from our Bit SelocUon I of CRETONNES and Ihe Popular Elowrrcd I PI tsTU Minus., mil mi I SH0WE1 UMafaT. DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT llns Drivers 4*1 vi More Tfcau Sixth lrm >I.I>MIS To The Editor. Tli. Ad ,r interest on behalf ~ .1 masters is shared b/ the London Upe e toasr. In editorial the Mectator arroU; of the und sehoolmaster has been h. ufteti inei.' i-s in sonvMi %  < i ill mil 'hr usim I I .... *n .- MlrMili1fl.il >'onsumers Association Is UM i' \ t A i un by their own some seoring. and uhen I read Mr. il. the first of m-ny petitionrules or notf Any Aawciati. M surprised ... ... i x il I 1 . 11.. I % %  %  a 1 t A •>!• %  .1 >.L aiaka U..1 1. ., ii>. tax rllph Ana. ll....-_. "— a..i .* la. imlv the nrVi or many pctiu** records schools, but ui| to tnc im^ ^ ptople callcil accoii. .peeland this is what I saw. Bollox: 90 ,^„ iJe UkVTT le.vc II" prlcti ....stecs are virtually unobUin Far too" long have the people wiled nccordin* to the lime speetmade to pu> Itod M menrules. Has i I ana, 2M runs. to" 143 runs pei %  "ivrrsit> trtdutu of ou." ind (h ,„,,,„ ,, lr 9 ,„ g |hb „ -a schoolr*' !" f.Iiror. The 4.] '"" ,,,,„„ rh ,. dl SIR. Al ias lie a naht to t.ne-p nouses, fi*n< % %  • %  to poverty by enwater and traiwport^tion art Cow eroild orofession r-muisites for development ( %  vlth the possible ex.. South Africa of D laall colour ba than in our Ian I %  one" The Mqosmce is plain — protest where shall we And raip|Hrt lVOlul ,.,-., SYMPATIi: a tl 1 %  HFADER SIH %  • •* lo lo \,lv %  ,1 that the tlrslI avers lor l 'r .•uvl *•' %  Ilad l'i.-ii'.i" .-it h..-' ii ATA. d : u-ie praaaral Ward '-vu*-* taaaai .'l and we would also predict that the presen,' captain Is not likely to get into a absence of such advice Obviously Mr. Conslnntinc haa %  his shoulder, but he diould be old enough now to Ihflt few pajo,,. blow-hard, whatever hu complexion may be. \V If Hut fSie) kui, .'.dilor. TluAd SIR. Anent tha orporation I can add .i mall quota. iporaUou asked me to a*rre* to what was called a Plat Rate ol one dollar. 1 agreed, but along the It $120. On %  oe dtvlutf a> .ym* ever taw %  01IU FAMILY'S I WE (WEI %  \ tlvalline KuskII.IIKK'IIS). ( n~pl.li .III Pom Holalo P.iil. I'l.iniil Butler Sliced Cucumber PleUa l>kls. Table HaWf I'kl " a vm> Pkla (iiwvtCljl*" i "^ ioCr jK. I'iljnarjgt) PURINA DOG CHOW ) Hi \Uz M cttvta. GODDARDS



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. M ARCH I PACE SIX HENRY EVEflYONE VISITIN& OUO STOBE TODAV WILL DECEIVE A FUSE SIFT/ N, %¡ TT BY CARL ANDERSON 2) 3 G*&MR* — —MICKEY MOUSE — —-/ 'V i %  ( AggggK^ r>o WE H BY WAL T DISNE Y BY CHIC YOUNG f PJC# im K. O. CANNON T| lr It. .1.11. f t%W Knl %  KNCW 40M|THIMO STiMfPi? / VQU nnv< _£ /-H*Tf HO* THI %  4 GOT .N.MSS ovf* n* V*nn*^ j THE LONE RANGER ,yCLET6GE ll %  — '' BY FRANK STRIKER -&••BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC.MANUS kjjffl WHERK 15 THE BOLLIM4 PtWT II t2 / f I ' .v..-:-. RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND ..10 "H 0TCTivi i I tJOH i T' X) _i CAVI *S0 *1>.T... kAuO~ NO WATT1H. '* ~ W *** ** %  .. /Bu T : CAN -*.J> A £NCWITH -i *--• • T NT jaBLSSFS^S?. ^-S"^ "...TUT TIS ''', '2?.2S, cou.it "tor* T umes r ~o> —xariswr I I I AND UBI OM.V I %  XCLW *A TMA~ : Tfa.sS AX T A^_ y 4W4I0SVT