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Friday
March 3

1850.



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Under Secretary
For Colonies

lee Announces Junior Ministers

LONDON, March 2,
| pRIME MINISTER, Clement Attlee tonight announce
| © the new junior ministers of the Government. The Cab
yet and senior ministers have already heen declared
The ministers announced are:—
¢ Parliamentary and

} Secretary to the Admiraiiy

‘ l S| N | Leonard Jamés Callaghan.

i a Ministry Pariiamentar
Under - Secretary — Aida

PETITION |

Meryville wley
a4 ‘
PARKED into action by the



a



Ministry of C
lramentary Se
Beswick

Colonial

retary Fran

Office Parliameniar





ma set of electricity. cuts that | a er ee Thoma
: INn¢£ am 00.
been imposed for nearly two , rina ahs cats
hs now, the signing of peti- Commonwealth Relations Par

ms asking the Governor to
to be carried out a five-

« investigation into the

—Lord Holden,

wking of the Electric Company Secretary — Stanley Normar
ppining force. About 131 con-| ° |. Evans. om nO
mers of electricity had signed oreign ffice Parliamentar:

Under - Secretary
Albert John Davies.

Home Office Parliamentary Un
der-Secretary — Geoffrey D
Freitas

wihe end of the business day Ernes
ord evening, and many
are expected tc do so to-

Bs

pe Advertising Department of

Advocate started to receive| Ministry of Labour Parliamen
ons from Wednesday in re- tary Secretary —. Frederick
to an advertisement Lee

fing in the Advocate signed| Ministry of National Insurance:
Lillian Coe, on behalf of the Parliamentary Secretary —
tric Consumers’ Association Harry Bernard Taylor
hados. Twenty people sign- Scottish Office Parliamentary
n Wednesday and 91 more Under-Secretary — Miss Mar-
d yesterday. garet McRorie Herbson

finted copies of the petition —Reuter.



fe distributed to some Broad
stores yesterday, but few
esigned at these places. It is
fed that there will be many
signers in the stores to-day,
fuse this is one of the bright-
shopping days of the week,
aday when many people
mthe country parishes come
the city.

Doctors Too

were among yesterday’s
hers. The electric cuts are
‘their X-Ray practice no
About half of the petitions
Teached the Advocate were
it by hand while the other
" posted. There was no
fof petitioners, but they came
jseady stream all day long.
five purposes of the re-



New Under Secretary

Is An Electrician

THOMAS F. COOK, the
new Parliamentary Under-
Secretary for the Colonies,
is an electrician. The son of
a miner, he was born in
1908, and elected senior
member for Dundee in 1945.
He was educated at Glas-
gow, and is married with
a son and a daughter,

Mr. Cook is an electrician
and’ {sa “mémber of the
Electricians Trade Union.
Formerly a member of the

| investigation are, to Independent Labour Party
Oper generating equip- and the Scottish Socialist

% be installed, to have
supplied at proper voltage
cheaper rates, examination
finances of the Barbados
Supply Corporation, to
f if the surcharge on bills
be retained and why the |
nt on bills paid promptly |
not be restored to 20 per

Party, he joined the Labour
Party in 1933. He is a lec-
turer in Economics and In-
dustrial History for the
National Council of Labour
Colleges and has been Par-
liamentary Private Secre-
tary to Sir Stafford Cripps
ike appointoent of -a| and Mr. Harold Wilson at
Mt Public Utilities Com- | | the Board of Trade.

h with full authority over |

tates and capital financial





IMPROVING

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent
LONDON, March 2.
Sir Hubert Rance, Governor-
Designate of Trinidad, said to-day
that Lady Ramee, whose
caused them to. postpone their
departure from the United King-
dom was ,noy much better.
They'll be leaving for Trinidad on
April 8 on board,the Elders and
Fyffes ship Matina. Originally
|}they had planned to leave on
} March 9

Perowne For |
Cyrenaica

March 14

Advocate Correspondent)

LONDON, March 2
r art Perowne, who until
y was the Colonial Secre-
bados, is departing for
appointment as Adviser
ster of the Interior of
fom of Cyrenaica on

By Cable
Britain’s Labour
Cabinet Meet

LONDON, March 2
The new British Labour Cabine:
today met for the firsi time to
approve the terms of the King’s

sent Mr. Perowne is on
gland. He and his wife,

as the writer “Freya
will nov be unfamiliar
Aditions in this newly cre-
® state under Sheik Else-
th has been carved after







ffom Mussolini’s African] speech at Parliament’s state open-
. }ing on Monday
ms e Spent many years of | The speech is expected to be
Ohial service in the Middl cautious, giving a vague picvuré
â„¢ the Palestine and Aden/of business between now and the
“orate—By Cable. end of July.—Reuter



tWomen Politicians

Are Invaluable
Says Sir John Shaw

Our Own Corresponden

LONDON, March

, Was an ele

of “putting
”

would now be quite out of the

: 2 | question
ment of illogi- | Referring to the new constitu-

the cart befor: 'tion Sir John said that the Col-
. Ps the extension of| gnial Sec retary in approving it
4s uitrage in Trinidad, said

last year—stressed that it was a'so





_. Seaewernoe | ot intended to be treagiionial, with

it Society today | & Stride on the road a .
stressed +h re self-Government. He would sa}

Dnal viner is W it was a long stride. a as

t legislative Council ‘¢on- What the new constitution gave
ly nine tmnbere a i | was “re ponsibility am — =
Put of a total of 18. The fact I firmly believe tha €

to teach responsibility is to
responsibility not preach it
n at there was unl-

nine held their seats either | “2
Yor | give

*y virtue of nomina- Sir



said t



John Said yvhat versal approval of the appoint-
Pint in passin, ne mentioned | ment of Mr. Justice Savary, ;

10n ‘woult a Seeman Trinidadian-born lawyer of dis-

ould be chang a a, Sar

the Sane, Changed | tinction” as appointed—that is not

an © troduction of a
he on “Even so, how-|

tis high) I am not sure
Met hz et ¥Y controversial—i It
“ve been more prudent
Umstances of the
ming aot ,Guite s0 wid
t hig

elected—Speaker of the new

Council was encouraging





well “for the success
’s occupation of his
responsible office.”

' were tw¢
existing

Le i e Cou i botr nomi-

augured
of Mr. Savary
ase tO} dignified and
ing that there
the





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Hacbados

Thomas Cook Is New

Finance’

il Aviation, Par

liamentary Under - Secretary

Ministry of Food Parliamentary


















LADY RANCE Devisions F or

illness | had offered to raise 30 divisions

‘She Hoped To See |

| MARYVILLE, TENN., March 2.

ruman Would See St



POLICE COMMISSIONERS in
Left to Right: Commissioner
Carstairs, C.M.G.,
Colonies and Chairman of the Meeting;
Col. J. R. A

the Caribbean
J. S. McBeath (Bermuda); Col. R. T
Ag. Comptroller for Development and Welfare,

area attending

Mr. E. K. Boyle (Colonial
Branch, M.B.E. (Leeward Islands); Col. W. A. Calver

Fuchs Case Franee Chooses War | U.S. Senator

Stores From U.S.A.

French Minister of National Defence, Rene Pleven toda’

Shocks U.K. |
Confidence |

, LONDON, March 2

The self-confessed espionage |
activities of atomic Scientist, Klaus
Fuchs, who yesterday admitted to
passing vital information to Russia
on four occasions since 1942, is
recogn.sed by the public here to
have occasioned a shock to con-
fidence in the existing security
irrangements.

Officia’s here continue to main- |
tain that the Atomic Talks in
Washington conducted by a com.
m.ttee composed of the British and
Canadian ambassadors, Sir Oliver
Franks and Mr, Hume Wrong, anda
the American Defence Secretary,
Mr. Louis Johnson, have not

in the National Assembly,

German Ato: )
Activities
Banned

BONN, March 2,
The Allied High Commissioners
today signed a law banning Ger-

broken down. They indicate that|â„¢an activities in the field of
the committee, which has not met | 2#0â„¢mc ae heat
for several weeks, and has no The High Commission law

implements Article 4 of the Inver-
governmental Agreement on pro-
hibited and limited industries in

rmany reached in Washington
on April 8, 1949. This article states
tha’ the production, import, ex-
port, transport, storage, use and
possession of radio-active mate-
rials will be the subject of Allied
regulation in Germany.

further meeting fixed, may one
day sit again. But for the moment,
and until the dust of the Fuchs
case settles, there seems to be no
doubt that its work has been sus-
pended.

Despite earlier official denials
from London, Washington and |



Ottawa, diplomatic quarters here
thought i -ertai i
shear hee eae" Pe “ The new law permits prescribed
overhaul their security Nevwions | activity for reasons of medical and
belore ite Sitter tedhul ane educational purposes.

sions could be held. MI discus Additional authorisations may

be permitted by the Military Secu-
Offer To Raise



rity Board, which will not, how-
ever issue authorisation in cases
where the proposed activities
would constitute a danger to the
Allied forces of occupation, or
would facilitate the re-armament
or remilitarisation of Germany
The maximum penalties for vio-
lation of the law are life impri-
;sonment and a fine of 1,000,000
Dentsche marks.—Reuter,

U.S. Bomber Down
In The Atlantic

FLORIDA, March 2
An American Navy pavro)

W.U. Defence

DUESSELDORF, Mar, 2.
General Kurt Kasso Von Man-
teuffel, ex-Nazi Panzer Corps
Commander, said to-day that he



for Western Union Defence. The
contingent would consist of an
aimoured “corps” supported by
infantry, he as er- ‘
St "See = ha bn bomber was down in the Atlantic
Manteuffel, who has been linked about 300 miles north of San
with the Brudgschaft Organisa- —_ nie poe a _— quens
was giving the details of a Wes- ber on the surface, with life-saving
tern Defence memorandum, sub- afts-in th at tg it was reported
mitted to the West German ae a on aed! — Raggy a *
Chancellor, Konrad Adenauer Nol see io eee ee
wanted Europe to be strong Ani hee later, a Pan-American
enough to resist the attack for at! world Airways clipper, circling
least six months before the Uni-; over the bomber, reported that
ted States could throw in its full | three destroyers had arrived, and
power. He pointed out that Wes- | were starting to pick up the crew
tern Europe’s defence lines must} "“A'navy reacue plane was sent out
be farther east than the Rhine in| from San Juan—Reuter,

the interests of French Security. | *7°™ oY :

—Reuter







Christ’s Return |

(By SYDNEY GAMPBELL)
LONDON, March 3.

A fatal throat ailment has end- British shipowners in the Brazil

ed an elderly woman's hope of| Trade (the United Kingdom—

living until Christ returns to} Brazil Conference Lines) take al

earth. So strong was the belief} serious view of the bank of Brazil's |
of Mrs. William A. Nicholson, 72, order to the effect that freight on







j}ages of time and.the weather for

| denomination.—(CP)

| witness

and her husband that they would } Brazil’s imports shall be payable |
Christ's second coming] only in curzeiros*in Brazil, not in}
that they built a 14 room house Fareign Exchange. i
designed to stand for 1,000 years. The Conference is holding a
The house, made of stone. mar- meeting about it, and is taking!
ble and cement has 18 inch walls, legal and banking advice, Mean- |
oar Bye ro thick and three| while it has issued a notice to!
oot thick roo is ters that, according
When the structure was finished | ern saentuaal from Rio.
in 1946 Nicholson explained that] tne Bank of Brazil has decreed
he and his wife based ‘heir faith] 5+ as from yesterday, March !
in being alive at Christ's return | Foreign Exchange ‘cover for
on the OE se ee ee | imports will ordinarily be granted
an haleitinced . F | only for cost and insurance, not
—— : | fi ight

Our faith in His coming is | for Sreigh “ bs edi
strong enough to cause us to bud | _, 1 view of the ho nonee ae
a house that will stand the riv-| (the Bank of Brazi § decree was
dated Feoruary 13.) The shipping
nes serving Brazil have petitioned
the Bank of Brazil to postpone the
day. Like her husband she was | Sresve date of the new decree,
not affiliated with any religious |‘? allow time for consideration,
| and for necessary arrangements to
be made by all concerned.
Pending clarification of th«
position, the notice from the con- |
ference informs British Exporters |
that freight on shipments to Brazi
will continue to be payable at thé

t of shipment in exchange for

a thousand years, Nicholson said.|
Mrs. Nicholson died on Thurs-



United Mine Workers’
Union Not Guilty

nor

WASHINGTON, Mare b bt "7 ad »
M W
: vA :
he vi freigt as beer
ed Sta ft trike If the decree were strictly enf
—Reuter.* f1 vesterd exporter

would ve.



Shipowners Take Serious
View Of Brazil Bank’s Order



gave the details of the arms France will receive from th
United States under the Atlantic Pact of a joint meetin
of the National Defence and Foreign Affairs Committee

those put into service at the end
of the war, A Communist Deputy
asked M. Pleven on what day and
at what port the first arms ship



M. Pleven said he could not
answer, but that several French
ports were competing to be the
port of reception.

Pleven said it was not possible
to value the arms yet, because
there were four categories, which
would be valued in different
ways: Redundant material,
materiai which would be taken
from United States reserves, non-
surplus material, taken from
stock and material specially
made,

Pleven said the present equip-
ment of the French Army was
essentially that which had been
supplied under the wartime
agreements between the United
States, Britain and the Fighting
*rench This material was
at the end of its useful life

It had not been possible to re-
place it, because some French
arms factories had been destroyed

in the war, and _ replacement
would have had to be made at
the expense of reconstruction.

—Reuter



Queen Mary
Has An Outing

LONDON, March 2

Queen Mary had an outing to-
day for the first time since sh«
came down with a bad case oi
sciatica a month ago. The 82 year
old Queen Movher left Marlbor-
ough House, her London home, in
a car shortly before noon anid
was driven around the neighbour-
ing parks.—(C.P.) |
|

|



lin In Wa





|
be unable to recover the freight

payments, from the _ in:porte:
because the Bank of Brazil wou!d|
not grant foreign exchange.
Under the decree, the shipping
companies would be entitled t
demand a previous deposit i:
curzeiros equivalent to the ‘wi
freight cost. It was understood in |
London that conversion of these
deposits would only be authorisec
ofter the issue of the Bill of Lod-|
ing or sailing of the vessel.

goods. carried in ships
belong to third countries.

the United States more than
Britain,
This Brazilian decree was}

originally issued last December to |
become effective on January 1. [:|
was postponed pending the oute |
come of discussions with a delega-
tion of United States shipowners |
who visited Brazil to try to per- |
suade the Brazilian Government to |
rescind the decree. Evidently the |

| delegation did not succeed

me Czech Premier's office in Prague
The general effect of the decree has committed suicide, the official

that Foreign Exchange for
transfer of the freight payment

| will only be allowed i¢ the im- |

porter has previously deposited |





the ‘payment in cruzeiros in Bray
; at except with pecia
sthorisation Brazil
hard irrency for ‘Treigt
joods brought in ships of
ther than that of the country

wrigin of the goods.—Reuter

Itrade of the quantitavive restric

| the first time since 1939

| passenger lists
Except with special and previous | Rast, Far East, Australia and Nev
authorisation, Brazil will not gran | Zealand, |
convertible ‘Foreign Exchange for | down, shipping lines are divert-
which | ing their latest luxury liners for
This} a series of Mediterranean cruises
‘ affects all ship-owning countries—

able to enjoy the “luxury”

ao f~/

/
‘2 k
Price:
\ FIVE CENTS

Year 535.



ee ,

shington

But Would Go

To Moscow
As A Tourist Only

WASHINGTON, March 2.
§N MORE CATEGORICAL TERMS than on any previous
occasion, President Truman, at his weekly Press Con-
ference, rejected any possibility of his going to Moseow
to discuss with Generalissimo Stalin the means of ending
the current American-Soviet differences,

At the same time, the President indicated that he was
willing to see Generalissimo Stalin in Washington. He
aid that he would see anyone, who was willing to come to
the United States









The President added vhat he
} i ~~ would object to nothing that
India W ill Net would ce ntvibute to ‘the peace of
jthe world. He would cc-operate
y | wholeheartedly with anything
. ; } I t r {that would ccntribute to world
the Conference which opened at Hastings House yesterday morning } Un er Any | peace
Michelin (Barbados); Col. W. A. Orrett (British Guiana); Mr. C. Y. | cs | The Presideat made these state-
Mr. W. C. Johnson, Police Adviser to the Secretary of State for the Pa » fi P; t ments when he was asked to com-
Office) who is Secretary: Col. 8. H. F. Beadon O.B.E. (Trinidad) | él 1¢ ac jment on proposals for a new
(Jamaica) jeffor’ to reach a settlement on
Sa atomic energy control and other
} Lys Nehru ternational’ problems between
| the Soviet Union and the United
| NEW DELHI, March, 2 States
Prime Minister Nehru to'd Par The President alsg denied re-
Advocates | fament today that it was mn ors that the. United States de-
e os India’s policy to enter into an) | fence ituation was deteriorating
. southeast Asian or Pacific Pact | Ye said that the National Defence
PARIS, March 2? A fomic Peace Asked whether a suggestion \ ituation of the United Staves was
Â¥ made at the Commonwealth Co in better shape than it had ever
ni aenk ference at Colombo for ic} been at any time when the coun-
‘ WASHINGTON, March act, Nehru replied No try wa ov at war. A similarly
Senator Brien Mc Mahon’s 10t_ mentioned” yptimistic picture was given by
for joint Atlantic Powers Talks : the President when he was ques-
find a “new approach to atom H. V. Kamath (Congress Party loned about measures being taken
% France will receive artillery ce My hg ein tale inte nadir Pines Mini rm the vented States to examine
mainly anti-aireraft, vehicles of | my ian a die | House that s fe, ea a € loyalty and security of indi-
all sorts, tanks, spare parts, trans- | _)U78" to authorise a tf | ter Rela Ale, erie duals working in the State De-
mission materials and planes for | Pâ„¢C&Ch to Russia, observer ea ee Indo-China anc | partment and other confidenvial
the Naval Air Arm. er tee 1 - : } tional are not liquidated, an: | offices i s
Only a very small part of the watts polis er sbonalist democratic aspiration: | Concrete Action
material will be infantry equip- | 2 ‘he Joint Congressional Atom'c] are not fulfilled, India will not
ment. Energy Committee, proposed align herself with Imperial uutting charges that he had
M. Pleven emphasised that the | *€ Senate yesterday to hargmcr| Colonial Powers for repelliy een lax in investigating the loy-
material had not been chosen by | °U! 4 Concrete peace programme, | iggression? ilty of individuals working for the
the United States for France, but | 2d then “hurl the weight of tt | Nehru Said that was “a strang |Government, vhe President said
France had made her own choice. | fT@e world’s conscience against] question,” and added “Aggres. | that he was the only one who had
He also emphasised that it the “Iron Curtain” | Sion—where, when and how? § |‘aken any concrete action in re-
would not be out of date material But he backed President Tru-/ long as something does not happe | ‘ation to such charges, and that
The tanks, for example, would be | ™an’s contention that the tim India will not align herself. [y/it was under his direction vhat
}improved types, compared with | for immediate high level talks {) } is not the policy of India to enter} cases of disloyalty and sabotage

Moscow had not yet arrived. H

} into any such pact. If the occasior
Suggested instead that ultimatels

had been investigated sc far.
irises for such a pact, the Hous:

At the same time, the President

the United Nations hold Peac vill have to be consulted” said that civil libervies and privi-
Talks in Moscow in an effort t —Reuter. granted under the United
set up- world controls over atomic i

Weapons. — tected in loyalty instructions.



Broadcast Debates After making his statement that

From Lake Success, it is learne:

leges,
States Bill of Rights, must be pro-
he would never go t6 Moscow so

7 e as me Pragi e
that the United Nations Secre- W esterling eiton Lo sg I ae ee
tary General, Trygve Lie, is rea - eebithen : : :
holding a series*of private talk: ind laughed, adding that he hoped

with members of the Securit,
Council in an effort to break son
of the organisation's

to have a chance to go there and
the place when he was

Refused U.N.

see

‘through with being President of



; |
major dead 9 S i j States”

locks, including the Atomic Prob Observer ~ Aid| a ; Sa tie : ossibly go as ¢
lem, China, and other East and cis bie ern ee ee
West differences DARWIN, March | :

: oe oa absolutely demand Captain “Turco” Wester lin oe
that the debates of the Gener! who led . . Ie ° 1
Assembly (in Moscow) be broac aad aa dr tee Ho. roe Davis Succeeds
cast n sad — of = earth, | oft, red, but refused to accept

na particularly from Leningrad ane: fro senic In M r} »
to Viadivostock” he continued Nations ieee facut te te 1 ; ay 1€W
‘ Aes suggestion , were believed donesia for his attack on Bandun LONDON, March 2
bon include q special ee O the according to a written statemer rime Minister Clement Attlee
ie ner al Assembl3 rn “a DYING] received here tonight from Charl as giver Foreign Secretary
in aris, or Moscow and the pos pees a journalis’ and radi Ernest Bevin g new Foreign Par-
bility _of arranging som /3} commentator in Djakarta iamentary Under-seeretary He
orgy cme Churehill anal r The message sugnt her Ernest Albert John Day is, who
ef nl pea ’ ime| OY Alex Growder, former mem eed Christopher Mayhew,

nited Nations auspice Reuter! her of the staff of the Straits, Mayhew lost his seat in the

af as ree Settlement Times.—Reuter, election,—(Reuter.)

|

: :
Swiss Ask For |
Special Treatment

GENEVA, March 2
It is learned that Switzerland’
ase for special terms of parvici

pation in the General
m Tariffs and Trade

Agreement
(GATT)

inder consideration by a workin
party of 24 nations, which have
»pened their fourth session

Switzerland, who has no balancs
f payments difficulties, mainvain
that if she became a GATT mem

er she could not impose quanti
ative restrictions for balanc (
Jayment

The Geneva GATT session, held}
n stricvest secrecy, will also dis
uss a United States proposal
investigate the effect on wor

tions in force among GATT n
ions.-Reuter,



Britain’s Luxury
Lady Cruise

LONDON (By Mail
Britons this summer will be |
of
lazy Mediterranean cruise for
Now that the huge back-log of
for the Middle
have

been* whittled

Cruises will cost from $92 up- |
wards for thhteen days, and |
liners will. make ealls at Malta, |
Naples, Casablanca and Lisbon |

LN.S



TRADE MARK REG,

Bd. delicious and refreshing
| a bottle y one:



Premier's: Aide
Commits Suicide

PRAGUE, Mareh 2.
Reiman, chief of the

Bottled Under Authority of
THE COCA-COLA COMPANY

Milan

news agency Cevea reported today

BY







A member of the Communist
Party’s executive, Ladislav Kop
riva, told the Central Committee | BARBADOS BOTTLING Cex LTD.
that Reimar without vhe k NM

ci ge f the Prin Minister ininiiiiaamaiiaiiiiieeas sidan aaa ee ail
"hh on adieae eel Listen to the COCA COLA NEWS over Radio Distribution every
hi that Reimar took \

e, the agency reported.—Reuter. ! evening. Monday through Saturday from 8—8.15 p.m.







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PAGE TWO

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Carub

7 WAS Lord Baldwin’s birth-
‘day on March Ist, that night,
a bright moon shone _ over
Antigua. On an open platform
facing a crowded pavilion, Lord
Baldwin, his A.D.C. Major Denis
Vaughn, tthe Colonial Secretary
and Mrs. Macdonald, Administra-
tor Wayne and the Hon. R. L.
Bradshaw from St. Kitts, sat and
listened for one hour to gramo-~
phone music, Enthusiastic crowds
responded best to Calypso songs
—“Small Island,” ‘Virgin Mary
had a Baby Boy,” also “African
Song,” “Zulu Warrior” and Dutch
song, “Kitty”.
After the entertainment the
noise of Steel Bands, drifted slow-
ly past Government House, and
paraded at St. John’s. They had
already serenaded the Earl with
“Happy Birthday,” early in the
morning.
ne n«
Exciting Time
R. OLIVER WOODS, Special
Correspondent of the London
Times who has been in Barbados
since February 24th, left yester-
day for St. Lucia, where he will
be staying for two days then he
will be going to Jamaica, Belize
and expects to be back in London
by the end of March zs
He has had a most interesting
stay in Barbados meeting many
of the Development and Welfare
staff, and members from all

parties of the Legislature. He

expects to have a very exciting
time when he arrives at British
Honduras. aim.
n« ne

En Route To Nassau
APT, GORDON STORE, Re-
gional Operations Director
for South America of B.O.A.C.

B.W.1.A. for
Nassau in
Nassau in

left yesterday by
Jamaica, enroute to
Jamaica, en route to

the new services to be operated
by Constellation aircraft, the
route will be from the United
Kingdom, Portugal to Nassau,

Havana and Kingston His visit
is also in connection with the in-
crease of frequency of their pres-
ent service operated on the West
Coast of South America

He was most interested in the
development here in Communica-
tions and the improvement to the
Seawell







“1 make it approximately

seconds to the

”

2,419,200
poll



Bird's Eye View
R. GERARD JORDAN, who
returned from a one week
business trip to St. Lucia, told
me that he saw Princess Alice
arrive in St. Lucia. She was
given a terrific reception, crowds
lined the streets waving flags and
shouted, “Long live the King.”
When she reached Bridge Street
in Castries, she got out of her car
and walked for a short distance
along the street and shook hands
with Guides who were lined up
to meet her
He saw the whole thing from
roof top of one of the build-
ings in the City
ne

Between St. Lucia
And Barbados

RS Patricia Berkenkamp

who lives in California 1s
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J
Andrieux of Balmoral Flats, Hast-
ings, and is spending her West
Indian holiday between St. Lucia
and Barbados. After one month’s

v«



stay in St. Lucia she returned

yesterday by B.W.ILA. She was bye, Keep your island just as it)
met at the airport by her two little j and you'll have a flock ol
daughters Carolyn and Marita and 1 sts down every year. We

her parents, Mr and Mrs
Andrieux. Her husband, who is

Lieutenant-Colonel in the Unite:
States Air Force, is planning
join her in Barbados for a holiday









airfield at vn ne before they return to the U.S
»
id N t : - »« na
a Shou Ses Cinematography
2 ac ow been intormea as .
ARIB has now been i rs . ] R I Carmichael of the
that White Dinner Jacket | A ? - nil ee
should not be worn to any of the 4 Department of Educatior
should not b - oe em, Barbados left for Jamaica yester-
evening functions at Government , : Trit a hee 2 Wd
House during Prince Alice’s ‘ rinidad by B i 4
visit to Barbad White Shell He is on a nine-month scholar
Jackets, Tails or Evening Coat ecur n cinematogi mau
shoul: be worn f y the Colonial it of the
' : 24 na nial Office at the University
. College of the West Indies
Tonight He isa brother of Mr N
NDRESS DALMAU, Carmichael, who used to tea
known in the Interna Science at Harrison College and
Circle of Music for his br is now at Huron College in Eastern
performances ir Europe and Ontario lecturing, and continuing
America, is also a composer his studies for his M.Sc.
To-night with his wife accom- © e
panying him he will present a

Hotel
which will include Ronde of the
Elves by Bazzini, Zigewnerweisen,
Gipsy Airs, by Sarasate amongst
other well known concert works.

Concert at the Marine

His wife will play three
solos, which will include
Chopin's compositions

piano
one of

ne ve
Ladies Dilemma

Ww? AT with preparing for the
forthe« it of Prince

Barbado Turf

Chul Spring Race Meeting, the
Ladic t terrific hustle
t ng out their new. frocks for
the Races at rying to lay han

on the right tyle of glove

which wil! have to be worn wher
they are presented to Prince

Alice

BY THE
. 4
Ca ISM of the St. Pancras
3orough Council for closing

the Plender-street
Town)’ Baths

(Camden
takes no account of

the annual deficit of £5,600. One
cannot go on running baths at a
loss indefinite

Urs. Wretch hits back

NINGING “I'd like to get
w with a slow egg from China,’
a heckler threw an egg at Mrs
Wretch, as she addressed a meet-
ing at Knivenham last night
Mrs. Wretch shouted, “That’s the
fory aim crooked.” (Loud
laughter.) A second egg burst
over a@ poster which said, “Vote
Liberal And Put The Socialists
in.” Mrs. Wretch cried, “Was
of body fuel! 1 shall report you
to the Minister of Nutrition In-
take.’

The

HE nastiest of the Governors
of Narkover—and that is say-
ing a mouthful—paid a personal
visit to the School yesterday. He

you

Narkover Scandal

Good Alone CROWN GINGER BEER Good for a Shandy





SPEND
a little



RAYON BROCADE

36 ins,

Peach, Blue, Pink,
Lemon, White
at 84 ets.

WAT is.

Every Minute of It
HE proprietor of the Country
Squire Inn in Killingworth,
Connecticut Mr. Robert Glenn,
left Barbados yesterday on his
return journey home via Trinidad
accompanied by his wife. They
arrived here on January 19th, and
have enjoyed every minute of their
stay. They often went dancing tu
Club Morgan; “The Morgans also
from Connecticut and we
enjoyed meeting them,” they told
Carit
Their Inn, on
I way between
Boston,

Route 806

New York and
accommodates about 150

and it closes every

Thanksgiving Day and re-oper

on St. Patrick's Day, Marc!
Thus making it possible
make this trip.”

about

gut year ¢

had announced his arrival b
telephone, and when he
shown into Dr Smart
study he found the Headmaster
reading “Silent Moments vith
the Early Fathers of the Church

Allick

The Governor asked bluntly what
steps were being taken to rid the
School of Mr. Warblow’s dis-
reputable friends The Head-

master raised his hands and his
eyes to the ceiling, and said, “A

deplorable situation, my dear sir,
but there’s no law against a
housemaster entertaining his
friends.” At that moment Sin-
clair’s “Horses to Watch This

Year” fell out of the Headmas

ter’s pocket. The Governor pick-
ed it up courteously, saw the title,
nd dropped it as though stung
by a hornet. “It’s a misprint for
‘Houses,’”’ said Smart-Allick ‘A
private report on School affairs
compiled by my secretary.”
“Very creditable,” murmured the

Governor, while Smart-Allick
mopped his forehead with a
handkerchief covered with pic-

tures of Derby
past.

winners of the



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lightful colours.







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DIAL 4220

it for

AVENUE MEN’S SHOES

at $14.40 a

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

a



Hot

A male

Coming Again Nexi Year |
R. ALFRED E. RAGBIR,}
Principal Officer in the Judi- |

cary, Trinidad, returned home on

Tuesday by B.W.1.A., after spend- |

ing a month’s holiday. He was)

staying at Indramer Guest House, |

Worthing.

This was his first visit to the
island and he visited many of the
beauty spots and was greatly im-
pressed by what he had seen. He
also spent eight days at Bathsheba
an& had a most enjoyable time.

Mr, Ragbir expects to be back
next year. |

pa ne

Was Here In 1932
ME and Mrs. Harold Brunton

arrived yesterday from New : ; B :
Yor via Prinane ty B.W.LA.| 9:7 Ror wekee "bumee ie te
Mr. Brunton who is a Trinidadian] striped silk georgette The
urine Rea! Estate business in| colours? "Pale turquoise wish
New York. Mrs. Brunton is a] eet700t stripes
Barbadian, the former Miss Mellie chs sce sake ade de = oa:
Weleott, and the last time that she

649 wore tn

inv time made



of the more sober
is for the experiment. It
1 tie ablé to pass muster at
funerals or weddings.
of his chief feats was that
ie who gave him ties for
Christmas or his birthday might
\take offence at the non-appear-
lence of their gifts. If they took
jany interest in what he was wear-
jing they said nothing about it.
The experimenier, J. B. Page,
claims his experience shows that
people just don’t notice ties un-
less they are particularly start-





ling.

Sen might just as well choose
ties for their own satisfaction
rather than for any effect they
may have on other people, he



says.

But as for himself, he says that’
toward the end of the year he
came to dislike intensely what









nd
Ties
AUCKLAND, New Zealand, (By Mail).

fashion note from New Zealand concerns an exper!)
ment condueted by a young Aucklander who throughout}

r his lack of sartorial variety.

FRIDAY, MARC H 23



a » 1956

Keep white Shoes
Snowy White with

PROPERTY,






Win

same tie every day of the year He says no;
any comment on his choic f| SH UWHITE
developed a craving to wear a

new tie every day.
The tie itself came ihrough the

ordeal better than the wearer. FOR

With occasional cleaning and WHITE

pressing it was almost as good as | Buc

new at*the end of the year and | RSkiy

ready for more use. AND
it is unlikely to get it—«CP) . CANY

WATERED WINE

WHEN Jones started his exper!-
ment, he had .two. Grinking
glasses with equal capacities. Ore
was one-third and the other one-
fourth full of wine. He filled each
to the top with water, and then |}
mixed them together in a pitcher

= SS
AQUATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members On
TO-NIGHT (FRIDAY)
BUTCHERS present:
slie BROOK, Jimmy HANLEY, Dinah SHERIDAN |

Half of this mixture was then

ae, into each of the glasses.
f the result, what proportion was \
water and what proportion winc?







was here was in 1932. They are in n 4a1UM SYLMozAyUEM}-uaeTUAATs PU? x Les
Barbados for one month and will Riddles | aa « ee ¥e. He oum See ea in “FOR YOU ALONE”
ae re te ee ol | rk it ‘ A Tender Love Story with the Music of ALBERT
arrington ‘on j : , Wm « hatin sitdiibiie, att
i Fo 9 e WHAT is the difference be- ‘ nee. waten” te wo H ce ne iis bn. ~ with HELEN HILL; algo
tween a pretty woman and a . 1) ondon Symphony Orchestra: Soloist
For the Races —w T , i LONGFELLOW i r HEDDLE NAR
'M here for the races,” said seooo at) SuEwR Z0uHO One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used SE TS

‘say oul SULIEYD 9UQ * HAM

ut SNVY
Mr. C. M. G. Purchas who)" long did Cain hate his

a sugar planter in St. Lucia. ‘oasis?
He arrived yesterday by B.W.I.A.|joqy sem ay se Buoy sy: SNV
end will be staying with Mr. Why are troops ordere to tor-
Ccoffrey Harford at’ Norwood, St |eign shores like old maids about |
James. Also arriving from St | to be married? |
Lucia yesterday for a holiday was|OIN “syodsuesy |
Mr. Joe Knight, he will be stay-|"' gy

I 08 ayy asnecsg *MaMSN'V
g at Stafford House, Garrison’. What never uses its nice shiny
«> «>

teeth in eating? !
Keep It Just As It Is

“quioo ¥Y ‘HaMSNVY
‘ 7ERY sun tanned were Mr. and

DAE ENM NAVTE
ENA LVMK WR EN

; Ay \ K K .
Why is a pig in a parlour like HESRAS
Mrs. Archie Hancock who

a fire on the roof?
jno yrt aq 0} aAey Wi0g -‘YEMSNV |
Icft by B.W.LA., yesterday to re- : a
turn to their home in Minneapolis
Their route home is via Jamaica |
Toronto; they -expect to, be

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hardest thing we had to : my
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un a beautiful corsage of



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wol So,
¢rchids, which was presented io
her at the hotel, the night before

e left. They were staying at Fa
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Delayed By Princess
Alice’s Visit



Hollyweod, Calif.

for the three L’s, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apos-
trophies, the length and formation of the words are al! hints.
Each day the code letters are different.

A Cryptogram Quotation

_ . Cryptoquote: A RIGHTEOUS MAN REGARDETH
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rday from S

i
M. V. JAMES, Chief of |
arrived

Lucia, to attend






Lucia,





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te: f Athlone in St. Lucia}
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eariier. The reception which the
people of St. Lucia gave her was

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magnificent and everything
arranged went off in_ perfect
co-o ‘dination |

«<> «>
Comings And Goings |
R. GEORGE ADAMS, of
Hunting Aerosurveys London
left yesterday by B.W.I.A., for St.
Lucia, where he will establish}
headquarters for the survey of
Dominica and St. Vincent, his
company has the contract for this



survey from the Colonial Office. }
He was accompanied by his wife.
The Adams’ have their home in|
Barbados at “Sweet Field,” St.
Peter )

Mr. O. P, Bennett, Official

rter for the Barbados Turf
( b arrived yesterday by
B.W.LA., from Trinidad for the
BTC Spring Meeting. He is
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FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 19



ee

50

By Professor R.E. Peierls

president of the British Atomic Scientists’ Association

) | What is the hy..rogen’ bomb, effects of the hydrogen bomb? |

: and how will it work! IT is known that ordinary atom

THE atom bomb uses the bombs cause destruction by blast,

enersy released when uranium flash-burn, and radiation. The

i qwms, which are top-heavy, are/blast from the hydrogen bomb

y en down. will be of the Same kind, only
in the hydrogen bomb the Op~|much mo e

ite takes place. By joinin

ws ydrogen or other light atom

, bio heavier ones energy is gaine
to their attraction—just as w

~ ee

carbon dioxide.

MN e rb this atom-building a new |
°

: process. 3
“Te NO, It is older

ing ; ons
a peen going on for millio
f zm hss This is

years insiae the sun.

the source from which the sun
ives its power and indirectly

ee ‘
fe is based on i
oe know now that the heat o

its centre, of hydroger
, near its c

| gtoms of helium.

repulsion

come the strong

Hot any two atoms.

combine ail

will not with
bai we make it hot enough.

| toms behave as they do in the



: temperature in the centre of the harnessed

egrees

Pi un, which is 20 million
centigrade.
In fact, the matter in the sun
¥ really only “smouldering” since
Wieit takes millions of years to be
“a “burned” completely So to ob-
Sie tain results more quickly one
} would need still higher tempera-
Res,
$ What would be the advan-
tages of the hydrogen bomb
over the atom bomb?
ATOM bombs are limited in size
‘or rather in the amount of atomic
explosive which they can contain.







sata

certain

Hor more than a amount
Mt atomic explosive to be kept to-

,, |Even if ;
than the earth. n if atom bombs

the sun comes from the combina-|

F gtoms into the four times heavier’ of this a
To reproduce this process artifi-
gially one would first have to over-
that
ities to prevent the close approach

This can only be achieved by|
the use of intense heat—just asjc

NThe reason is that it is impossible |

intense.

8! Flash-bur

0} estimate

atom bomb obsolete?
HE answe- js.

quired to prime hydrogen bomb
they m

made the infantryman obsolete.
71s there

, | hydrogen
i whole world
1) THERE is not the slightest dange:

of which

reaction,

8 May mankind

coveries or new

cannot at present

to a
| purpose,

9 Cannot the principle of re-
| leasing energy from hydrogen
atoms be used to produce

| power for industry?
one must remember the very high

| thing to maintain these high tem-
|peratures for an instant in the
jcourse of an explosion, It is quite
janother thing to maintain them
| Steadily for the working of a plant,
10 How widely is the principle
of the hydrogen bomb known

to scientists?
THE principle of the reactions
between the nuclei of light atoms

|
|
|
|

jis known to all competent physi-





n is also certain to be
S; very much more intense. I cannot
the radiation effects with-
e out Knowing more about the design
heat from burning fuel, wnich|of the hydrogen bomb,

Sreans combining coai and oxygen)
Fd ne:

5 Does the H-Bomb render the

clearly, a!
are not re-

lay still be important wea-
} Pons, just as the tank has not

any danger of the
0 bomb starting .an
atomic reaction in which the

would explode?

ppening. The materials

the earth is composed
are not easily capable of such a

expect any
constructive benefits from the

| work on the hydrogen bomb?
THIS seems most unlikely. One
an never be sure what new dis-

inventions will
|be made as a by-product. But in
|} The temperature needed to make | the case of the hydrogen bomb I
picture any way
yn must be about as high as the|in which its principle could be
constructive

| I SUPPOSE this is feasible, but

temperatures involved. It is one

Ss

rT

H.R.H. PRINCESS ALICE, and the Earl

New Buildings
Going Up In
Georgetown

LONDON, By Mail.

In one of its periodic articles on
modern architecture, “The Finan-
cial Times” prints a description
by Mr. A. Trystan Edwards a

Kingstown turned out in

ter of Queen Victoria.

Fellow of the Royal Institute of About 6.45 this morning the)
British Architects, of three build-| H.M.S. Glasgow flying the flag}
ings being built in Georgetown, | of Vice-Admiral Symmonds- |
British Guiana. Tayler entered Kingstown har-|

Reviewing the new buildings | POU", and received a Royal gun|
for the General Post Office, | S#lute.

Precisely at 9.30, the charming}
white-haired Princess stepped on}
the beflagged jetty, accompanied |
by Brigadier R. D. H. Arrundell
and the Earl of Athlone, both |
wearing morning dress. They}
were met at the saluting base by
the Administrator, W. F Coutts,

Booker Bros., McConnell and Ge.,
and Sandbach Parker and Co., he |
pointed out that there is an
essentially English atmosphere in
the Colony, althou gh the
structures are not just adaptations |
of British buildings. “They have
elements of originality which en-



title them to be in som and the newly consecrated Bisho}
rit t go | "@- | nicte : e some respects | of the Wi ard Isl » Nermar /
Spey ny as bee reque y € naward Islands, Normaz
— \c , up p ae ee oe Py bn os models for similar planning in all Sha naley ( inds, Norman
y. ssed. , Of course, the bomb’s iti rhere spare ie bvuati< | ett. 2.: ,
& This critical size has been stated | details of design, of quantities, of — a | Princess Alice arrived in
Wo be less than 2001b particular raw materials chosen 7 . wie |
There is no such limitation in/and of the efpected efficiency, are sieeege Hon i aoe 3.6m |
— ; : 5 ne 1h ; : oe eet ays and covering 32,550
Meinciple for hydrogen bombs./known only to the individuals ee \g 32,55 ; i ;
a or the explosive contents would ! working on the project and remain see Oe h will accommodate, be -| If More Is Spe nt
‘me not start exploding until part of | military secrets, Sides the Post Office and Savings

temperature.

This is the reason why one can
mink Of making in this way a
y much more powerful blast
with the atom bomb, though,
mi course, there will be practical

+



e ear {
pithad been heated to the ignition

11 Is it possible to improve on
the hydrogen bomb, as the
hydrogen bomb improved on
the atom bomb?

ONE should never predict the

future of scientific discoveries, but



‘gfe imitations.

o ~¢How much more powerful is
| the hydrogen bomb than the
b i ~\afom bomb?

he A POWER 1,000 times greater

n that of the Hiroshima atom
domb has been quoted in the
papers. I do not know if
Mis figure is correct but. it cer-
mainly would not surprise me if
HN were.
Ifthere were a 1,000 times more
erful blast it would devastate
Afar greater area.
| The area of destruction would
Mi, of course, be 1.000 times
“eeeater, but one might expect it
| be 100 times—probably larger
nthe area occupied by Greater

pA

are using the only two ways of
turning matter into its more stable

too light.
some time about the possibility of

destroying matter
turning it all into energy.

duced either by the atom-building
or atom-splitting processes.

Structure of the atom ha;

impossibility.



london.
i 5 What

|
are the destruct've!

* These answers were given
in an interview with the Sun-
day Express. L.E.S.



Do You Drink? It Was

Fixed Before Birth

Ry Chapman Pincher

- Wu

, ER you will be a teeto-
@ “t, moderate drinker or chronic
7 t is decided before you are
% according to a medica} |
a ory published today. |
The Sort of company you keep
detcimines when you will
drinking. ; }
theory, put forward by
University Scientists, says |
4 person who craves alcohol |
Adeficiency in his dict, because |
needs a more-than-ordinary
tt of some ingredient. |
ihe €xcessive need for this |
4 7 tt is the result of a|
BE Wysical fault present at birth |
The brebably inherited, -
* ne ‘vor pavetes offered animals
us = had never tasted alcohol a
ie Gan ait water or water
Some of the
’ tutionally
Pi. a Moderate,
Be SPASMOdic.
ers with Mounting appet'tes, |
, ~~ drinkers with a rela- |
» Ng appetite even at the



animals appeared
to be teetotalers,



Then the scientists found that
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DIESEL DRIVEN ALTERNATORS

they could switch the drinking
habits.

On some diets all the animals
soaked themselves in drink. On
others they all “went on the
wagon.”

The scientists are now trying to
cure chronic alcoholics (human
cection) with diet treatment.



CHURCH ACCUSED

PRAGUE, March 2

The last asylum of reaction, the
high Catholic Church hierarchy,
must be stripped of the remnants
iis hypocritical cloak, Rude
Pravdo, the organ of the Czech
Communist Party, said today.

The paper was commenting on
President Gottwald’s recent re-
port to the Cogamunisy Party
Executive that the hierarchy ap-



of all reacvionary elements.
Three non - Catholic Churches.

the Evangelistic Church of Czech} the Milan newspaper said today.
Brethren, a

hodox Church,} taken the cases to Rome for scru- bs of |
Nave aul aeaaian to President) tiny by the Ministry of the Inte-| Bombay, and seized the printing)
of Gottwald and the Prime Minister, | rior.—Reuter.
~— —Reuter.

— SS ae

the Czech National



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form—name i “company’s offices, general store
atbrte oa — me tees and laboratories, while plans have
{the building up of those which are] bee® made to add two storeys to

Scientists have speeulateq fox] S8Ty-
entirely and|Sandbach Parker and Co., will] tablished in the
This would be energy enormous-| store and

ly more powerful than that pro-| offices.

But ‘modern knowledge of the] positions and modern in concep- |
almost] tion, yet they pay deference to|
completely convinced us that such the classic tradition
complete destruction is an clash with the older

Bank, the main mail sorting office,
the Post Office accounts depart-
ment and the telephone exchange

Than Is Earned |
Trouble Ensues

|
A sweeping forecourt conform- ee it |
ing with the new town plan for PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 2 |
the area, isa main feature of the{ .4 country could not keep out|
ooker puilding, already under | &f non anil i soans, more than it

al 8 earned, said Mr. G. Watkins, U.S.
construction, which will house the industrialist, when. he acidressesi|
the Trinidad Chamber of Com-
merce in an extraordinary session
this morning. |
Watkins is the President of the
Simplex Time Recording Company
}and the first U.S

the single-storey wings if neces-

The two-storey building of



industrialist es-

industry here, He

include the company’s general urged high-powered salesmanship!
shipping and estate} as the answer to Trinid td's needs}

to attract new industries. He alsoi

Mr. Edwards comments:
new buildings are virile

“The |
com- |

advised them that “if they
the principles and practice
regard industries they
benefit from them.” Qi I

fo



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|
|

|
and will not} @ speech of the late ‘ |
parts of the| Lincoln, Watkins pointed out that}
town. These works are a credit they, ig rte oe pol). Das *
tthe capital city of the Colon | Barty by, clscouraging theft; Che
i its architectural | ave Streng nen OK DY |
ae OER, Se: The: apehtten “| weakening the strong: and could
; jnot further prosperity of the

. andhach |
sarees be bad These "we country... by —eneouraying class



hatred or establish s«
by borrowing money

und security

firms have an honourable record |



in Empire building.” —B.U.P. | Major R. T. Toogood, the Drain.
jage ahd Irrigation Engineer
attached to the Works and Hy
— J . draulie Department here has beer
225 Strikes In disciplined. It was understood

| that he was fined as a result and
an enquiry held into the running
of his department. a

U.S. In January

WASHINGTON, March 2. Honourable Albert ‘Gomes had
About 225 new strikes begaN!asked the Government in April
during January in the United/last year for a full enquiry “into
States, the Bureau of Labour/all matters relating to the casa
Statistics announced. jearly last year in which Trial
These involved 280,000, work-| Judge criticised Toogood’s admin-

ers with a total of 2,600,000 idie| istrative methods.”
man days. In December, there}
were 150 stoppages. involving |
40,000 workers and 1,200,000 idle}

man days lost. —Reuter. Bombay Police
Foil Communist

Plot In India

~—(By Cable)









Churchill Wrote

To Mussolini BOMBAY, March 2.

MILAN, March 2. Bombay Police to-day claimed |
Photographic copies of letters | they had foiled a Communist plot
exchanged between Winston to create disorder throughout
Churchill and Benito Mussolini |/ndia on March 9.
up to the time of the Italian War | The Police said they unearthed
in Africa are believed to be in | the plot, following arrest of five;
the possession of the Italian Min- | â„¢en and a woman, and the seiz-
ister of the Interior, Mario Scelba, | ing of pamphiets and some hand-
grenades and ammunition, They
also raided “Communist secret
headquarters” in the suburbs of!




The police aye reported to have

plant. (Reuter. )



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] t ‘ ( of Athlone in full dress as they attended
in connection with the inauguration of Que Amsterdam,

St. Vincent Gets Holiday
For Princess Alice

(Barbados Advecate Correspondent)

full numbers to greet Her
Highness Princess Alice and the Earl of At
their first Royal visit here, after 38 years.
visit was that of Princess Marie Louise also a grand-d

| the Princess bowed politely at the |

|} and the Fire Brigade

| streets, the

| | , QO |
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
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The Big, Big Bomb | :



Tanganyika
Now Being
Developed

TANGANYIKA is a most in-

teresting territory and its develop-
ment has only really begun com-

Inniss, Solicitor General of that
country told the “Advocate” yes-
terday.

Mr. Inniss is now on four
months’ leave from his duties and
is spending it with his parent:
Mr. and Mrs. A. de L, Inniss oi
“Glenaire”, Brittons Hill.

He said that Tanganyika is «
little over 362,000 square miles
}end according to the last census

which was taken in 1948, the
population consists of rather
;more than 7,000,000 Africans

jabout 59,000 Asiatics and about
| 10,000 Europeans.

The country has high moun-
tains in the north and east, in-
cluding the famous Kilimanjare
which is over 19,000 feet. It is
also mountainous in the south anc
| west, but in the middle it is fairly
flat although at the same time
rising gradually from the shore to
| the interior,

| Unlike Barbados
a ceremony |

| On. the coast, it can be very
|humid during the hot s@ason anc
jas it is south of the Equator, the
seasons are the direct opposite of
| those of Barbados, The hot season
jruns from October to mid April
|The actual sun temperatures are
|not higher than those of Barbados
j but the humidity is greater, In the
jinterior, it is drier, and on reach-
jing the high lands it become:
Royal | cooler
hlone, paving | The rainfall varies in the vari-
The last Rova! | OUS parts of the territory, In Dar
on “, | @8 Salaam, the capital it is very
light,
The development of Tanganyika
ally began in 1885 with the ad-

KINGSTOWN, March 2

augh- |

green coloured launch, bearing the | re
Royal

Standard. There was HO) vent of the Germans who built
Police Band to accompany the/a railway through the centre of
Royal Guards of Honour, but in|the country from Dar es Salaam
absence of the National Anthen .

to the lakes and another in the
; ; |north from Tanga on the coast
Royal Salute of the Police Guard |straight into the interior to the

of Honour. }
The 4 | mountains.

Princess . ie |
Guard ha then one a Roads ot that time were, and
ard an anj
illuminated address of welcome | Still are, far from good exeept in

from Legislative Councillor st. | he towns.

Clair Bonadie, the Chairman of The territory was captured from

the Town Board the Germans by the Allies in the

; eich: 1914-18 War, and was then ad-
After this, escorted by mes

advance motorcycle guard, he ministered by Great Britain under
Princess and her party
through the beflagged
ined by scouts, guides,

GrOV @ On Page 5



streets, |
volunteers
rn .

: | Trygve Lie Holds |

lo cheers from the crowds along | *

Princess smilingly | Dats; . - |

nodded and waved back in appre rivate Talks

“The Pritt: o |. LAKE SUCCESS, March. 2.

m +y Ho ae thes - eee | United Nations Secretary Gen-

benobdliry schoble % Son tarene ee | wee Trygve Lie, is understood to

eae her vidit. me, KEpt in’ sessio! holding private talks with |

â„¢=? jmembers of the Security Council |

She will be the guest of honow | in an attempt to break some or the |

| organisation’s major deadlocks. |
| They are the Chinese question, |

at a Garden Party at Governmen
House, this afternoon,

Administrator Coutts declare, |the Atomic Problém and East: |
today a public holiday. ‘West differences on several topics
—By Cable. —Reuter.





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EGG TRAYS

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DUST PANS & POLISH CLOTHS
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SAUCEPANS

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BASINS

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PAGE THREE
| Weatherman’s
_ Adjectives
| Criticised
| NEW YORK: To his surprise,
New York’s new weatherman,

Amos Christie, is being criticised
for using adjectives in his weather

forecasts. The other day he pre-
dicted that the weather would be
“dismal”, Letters are coming in t ify

urging hint to forecast the weather ff ASS
not comment upon it Mr. Christ- = "\f 4 ”
tie’s rejoinder: “A good thing we | e
did not use the first adjective | lair looks beNer.
we chose—-lousy.” i

Keels bette, ee
Shopping by Conveyor Belt |" ss , ¢

— 7

ILLINOIS : Everything that!

makes shopping tiresome has been |

removed in “the perfect store” |

which opened to-day in Evanston, | Oy

Illinois. The customer who can-

not find the department which '

sells, shall we say, bath mats,

picks up the nearest telephone and

an operator gives her directions

from the spot where she is stand-

ing. There is no more waiting for

parcels to be wrapped. Chutes |
carry them from counter to wrap- |
ping room and underground con- |
veyors take the wrapped parcel

to a supervisor stationed in the!
parking space.





Bald Men in Demand

BERLIN: Hundreds of bald/
Germans recently stormed a RBer- |
lin film studio hoping for crowe4
parts in a picture about a wonder
barber. The choice for hero—the |
“perfect hairless specimen’—is
promised £85 for his appearance.
Aspirants are from all parts of!
Germany. Those unable to make/
the journey are writing in. Says |
one: “When polished up my}
billiard-ball he “~hiny you |
eould dim the «tucio lights when
I am on the nd save money,” |
A Hamburg tor writes that for
the sake of a { 'm part he is willing |
to be shaved ©)! over. A Bavarian |
puts on the ! ack of his photograph |

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MUNOOATE

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

Friday, March 3, 1950



Royal Ambassadors

THE forthcoming visit of Her Royal
Highness Princess Alice and her husband
the Earl of Athlone will satisfy the desire
of the peoples of the West Indies for the
presence among them of members of the
Royal Family. Within recent times there
has been a misunderstanding of the word
Empire rather because of the concentration
on the ideal of self-government than
through disloyalty to the Crown. Those of
us who still remain within the British
Empire are bound to feel that the presence
of members of the Royal Family among us
is an indication that the old ties which bind
us to the Throne are still there and still
worth preserving.

It is not the first visit of Her Royal High-
ness and the Earl of Athlone. They have
been among us before and have enjoyed
the hospitality of the people of Barbados
while witnessing demonstrations of our
profound loyalty and affection. But it is
only in the West Indies that the Ath-
lones are regarded as ambassadors of
Emp They are known and loved by the
people of the Dominions and colonies far
afield.

The Earl of Athlone has the distinction
of being Governor General of two Dom-
inions. It was in 1914 that he was ap-
pointed Governor General of Canada but
owing to the outbreak of the first World
War did not take up this position until
twenty five years later.

not

Le.

In 1923 he became Governor General of
South Africa and it was here that he en-
deared himself to the African people by



fd learning their language. In their hearts too
4 Princess Alice held a special place; and in
2 f order to satisfy them the Earl's term of
et office was extended for a period of two
: a years. Later, in 1940 at the height of the

Second World War the Earl who had ren-
dered fine service as a soldier was ap-
pointed Governor-General of Canada, a post
which he had not been able to fill in 1914.
Here too the Earl and Princess Alice
achieved further personal success.

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Her Royal. Highness who is the only
daughter of H\k.H. Prince Leopold, Duke
of Albany, is Phy dancer of the late
Queen Victoria. She has always been in-
tensely interested jn the welfare of the
peoples of the Empire and it is by her
humanity and personal contacts, her inter-
est in conditions of life and work that she
stands out as a friend of colonial peoples.
She is still Commandant in Chief of the
Women’s Transport Service. But it is not
to service in Great Britain that her
activities are limited.

Her Royal Highness and the Earl are at
present in the West Indies where she has
just been installed as the Chancellor of the
University College of the West Indies. This
ceremony took place last month in Jamaica
and it would have been easy for her, having
completed her official business to return to
England, But her interest in the peoples of
the entire West Indies was too great for
this. She has expressed the wish to see at
first hand welfare work for destitute chil-
dren and in each colony she has already
visited she has made special arrangements
for seeing this work.

It is fitting that her Royal Highness
should have become first Chancellor of the
University College whose parent the Uni-
versity of London has the privilege of
having her husband, Queen Mary’s brother
as Chancellor, It is service to the Empire
and indicative of an intense interest In
humanity when she desires to be led to the
humble dwellings which house the children
of the poor. It is not the first time that
Princess Alice and the Earl have changed
their course to tour the West Indies,

Before leaving Canada for England after
his term of office as Governor General,
the Earl came to the West Indies and the
Princess came with him, It is therefore not
as strangers that the people of Barbados
will welcome them once again.



CA CC

OUR READERS SAY:





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‘Yo The Editor, The Advocate, ‘

SIR,—My brother says “The
Broad road leads to distraction.”

In Padooka a great controversy
arose over whether . pedestrians
should walk with traffic or facing
traffic Letters were written to
the editor, members of families
stopped speaking to each other
and the whole issue became: in-
volved in a fog of emotion and
prejudice. However. one man
made such a popular decision
that from that day everyone fol-
lowed him.

I asked my brother which side
of the road was chosen
“M-m-m-Neither
walks in the middle.”

s Football
To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—With reference to a letter
appearing in
which Mr John Shannon
alleges that the B AF.A
matically ceased to exist, since li
has not yet had a Genera) Meeting
am to inform Mr. Shannon that
t Annual General Meeting
B.A.F.A k place c
Viare i 1949, and I have O 3

next Annua : ELE(

10, 1950.

Master's fault.

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meeting to take

What intrigues me, however, is

Mr. Shannon's solicitude with re- ee
spect to the B.A.F.A. The public expenses,
memory is notoriously short, but printing & station-
still not short enough for the ery Directors yees
sporting public of Barbados to for- (£1,350) Fees of
get that only last year Mr. Shan- advisory Commit-
non was making feverish efforts tee & Miscellane-
to form his own Football Associa- ous expenses
Is this another?

O. S. COPPIN.
“Windsor Ville”,

Bay Street.

Electricity Figures
-These figures may inter-
est the movers of the petition to LAND
the Governor re the “BAR- ings
BADOS ELECTRIC
CORPORATION LTD” taken from Depreciation
ANNUAL
4th March 1949 issued at St. James
Oo. ws .2
in
1949

rRic

| public has a ri

land thus avoid unnecessary ex-
pense, The most pressing problems used is crude
| should be grappled with first, and I have since

\to have priority. I
|opinion that we

About A Public Utilities
Commission
Hy BR. E. Smythies M. E. L. €.

SINCE my articles appeared in
the ADVOCATE of February 7th.
and 25th there has been ample
evidence of the great interest
taken by Barbadians at present
in the subject of electric supply,
and many people have asked me
for more specific information on
sunéry details. A frequent quer
tion is with reference to the exact
nature of a Public Commission to
carry out the duty of supervising
the utilities in the island, and this
is a point on which I feel it is
perhaps not fitting for a compera-
tive newcomer like myself to
dogmatise. Under the circum-
stances however it is a fair ques—

tion and I will try to answer it,

with at least a tentative sugges~
tion, as follows, and subject to
correction by those more familiar
with local conditions.

I would be one of the last to
suggest adding another ponderous
and expensive item to the exist-
ing machinery of Government
anywhere, and in a small com-
munity like Barbados I believe
it should be possible to set up a
suitable Commission of, say 3 or 5
persons willing to serve on an
basis, and to hold meet-
month, or as
to deal with
before them.

the nature of a watching brief
ever the activities of the public
as water supply,
electricity, telephones and trans-
portation, with a view to seeing
that everything humanly possible
was done to ensure efficient and
reliable service to the public, at
the lowest rates, consistent there-
with and at the same time fair to

the shareholders of such utilities up
when operated by private enter- the $
brief statement of assets and lia-
bilities as of June 30th. 1948.

rise.

I believe that what I am sug-
gesting is only the bringing up
to date of something that seems

to definitely need that in Barbados. deems

before further troubles.

Many visiting Americans and
Canadians have expressed sur-
prise on hearing that there is no
Public Utility Commission at
present in Barbados, and that the
privately ownzd companies have
so much freedom to raise rates
and generally do as they please,
without let or hindrance. I have
myself been astonished by the
extent to which many Barbadians
seem to accept the explanations
offered by company and
resign themselves to what strikes
visitors as an intolerable condi-
tion. The officials presumably have
faith in their own explanations
but my technical mind dwells on
the things for which no explana-
tion is offered, the sort of things
into which it would be the duty
of the Commission to inquire, in
the natural exercise of its func-
tions.

It is of course always difficult
for non-technical persons to
properly weigh and assess the
pros and cons of highly technical
matters. In
impossible, and this in itself makes
a very strong argument for setting
up a Commission including one
or more technically qualified men,
charged with the duty of guarding
the public interest. When neces-
sary it would also function to see
that the utilities had fair play
when they were reasonably en-
titled to some concession from
the public, which must happen
sometimes.

The law requires
Supply Company to make an an-
nual financial return to the Gov-
ernment, which is published in
the Official Gazette. I have looked
the latest return I can find in
Reference Library, which is a

the Electric

No doubt this complies with the

law unless or until the Governor

fit to exercise his power to

Things have changed a great deal demand a complete and detailed

since the Acts

of 1899 and 1907 examination of the records.

The

were passed, when many people balance sheet shows the authorised

regarded electricity
as prequisites of
beyond the reach of the majority.
I am a_ staunch supporter

in realising that, to survive now,

the rich and at that

of depreciation acc
private enterprise and believe 1 a brief statement
am only looking facts in the face impossible to arrive at any id
actual cost of generating such a Commission as I have out-
lined above, as it

of the

and-telephones and issued capital to be £ 200,000, too much at the mercy of gentle-
date, with quite substantial men sitting in offices in London,
amounts in general reserve and who may or may not be genuine-
ount. From such ly unselfish in putting our best
t it is of course interests before their own.

idea

it must be really enterprising and electricity in Barbados, or whether
must not insist on being extremely the profits are small or large.

private about matters that are the

| legitimate concern of the general
| public.

In other countries

formerly
activities and profits of concerns

that supply its needs.

the Commission to see

| utilties recognise this right.
any office or Ta

It might be that

secretarial staff needed could be are qui

provided by utilising
time services of existing
nel in Government Departments,

it is rapidly some interé nf
|coming to be recognised that the the electrical utility
ght to information Guiana,
held secret, about the feel must be regarded as unques~
tionably accurate.
It would my infor
be part of the responsibility of plant the
that our able recor
ance for many years past, and

person~ be fairly c

on February 25th. I have received

in British

from a source that I

According to

vl from Trinidad.

the electricity supply would seem of any valid reason why the cur-

do not share the rent should be cheaper in B.G.
can feel we are than i

out of danger when the damaged make a useful suggestion on this

engines are again running, as I
think it might be only a reprieve

Views On Booze

A comparatively short session
at the House of Assembly last
Tuesday was principally devoted
to the subject of beer — at least
| a pleasant enough topic! A bill,
moved by Mr. Adams, to regulate
the brewing of this choice bever-
| age was passed with little argu-
|} ment and considerable interest.
| Some sound comments on the
matter were made by Mr. God-
dard, perhaps the most interesting
being the question of bottles, He
| pointed out that several local
manufacturers of mineral waters
| depend on the importation of
| beer for their bottles, and that
| the proposed brewery would in all
probability have to do likewise. 1
would not consider it a wise move
for any beer plant to be obliged
to rely on the bottles of other
brands, imported or otherwise, for
their wares. It may be that the
| officials of the proposed brewery
| have already made plans for the
| procuring of bottles from an out-
side source, for having to Le
on the sales of foreign competi-
| tion seems decidedly ambiguous.
| The matter of price may well
| decide whether the proposed
brewery will prove a flourishing
concern or a dismal ‘flop’—the re-
tail price must be within the
lreach of all — which that of
most imported brands most cer-
tainly is not, Thirty-six cents, the
average retail price of most Dutch
and English beer, is out of the
question for the low salaried man.



“! Mr. Shannon fails to com-

prehend that this constitutes a ;

year between these Annual Gen- To administration

eral Meetings, then that is neither

my fault nor his Mathematical gon & Barbados.

Secretarial
Audit

travelling

cables,

viz.,

been made
depreciation
SUPPLY

REPORT dated Motor vehicles

Balance
Official Gazette,

CONSUMER,

penses in Lon-

point?

The Utility Commission that I

By Lee Wade

The brewery will have to depend,
one would assume, almost entire-
ly on the local market, for the
prospects of exporting, on any
large scale, do not appear to be
bright. Other West Indian islands
would be a logical market, but
Trinidad, where a fair quantity of
beer is consumed, have a plant
of their own.

I do not, incidentally, re call see-
ing a bottle of Trinidad beer on
any other island with the excep-
tion of Tobago. Mr. Allder was
alert to the importance of price,
but his fears as to foreign com-
petition from importations such as
whisky and gin affecting the new
enterprise seem hardly justified.
To a casual observer it does seem
that there are quite a large num-
ber of Dutch and English beers
offered for sale on the local mar-
ket, and Government might do
well to impose some limitations on
these for the protection of the
local industry rather than worry
with the importation of spirits. As
Mr. Goddard so aptly put it, good
rum is made in Barbados, and the
rum barons rightly have little
fear of local beer challenging
their empire.

It would be interesting te
know if the brewery intended to
produce a draught beer from the
wood, This might well prove to



1947
£
By

1948
£
profit

trading ;

» Interest, dis-

count transfer
fees om

, Interest on Tax

Reserve cer-
tificates

on

Ae

3,121 2,645

Provision for de~-
preciation of Plant
and equipment ..

7,500

NO provision has
for
of
& Build-

of

824

657

being
profit for year .,

23,204 23,805

£34,649 £34,607

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ITE Caribbean territories, faced peren-|
with the difficulties of obtaining}

T
nially
suitable markets and adequate prices for their |
staple products, and full employment and)
satisfactory living standards for their pop-|
ulation, cannot continue to neglect the pro- |
guction of commodities, such as vegetables,
which represent a substantial annual ex-
yenditure in their import trade.

This is the general conclusion reached in|
The Vegetables Trade of the Caribbean.
seventh in the series
letins being published by the Central Seere-
tariat of the Caribbean Commission. This
conclusion is supported by comprehensive
statistics showing imports of fresh vegetables
cabbages, canned vegetables, preserved
tomatoes, potatoes, onions, peas, beans, and
the like, into the territories during the thir-
teen years, 1935—47, by weight, value,
and countries of origin. The quantity
and destination of the exports of such
commodities are also given, thus afford-
ing a complete picture of the Caribbean
vegetables situation, and allowing the reader
to decide for himself the truth or otherwise of
the assertion frequently made that the Carib-
bean territories produce what they do not
consume and consume what they do not
produce,

TYfis study indicates the extent to which
the Caribbean diet is dependent on imports
for its simplest requirements and the large
number of countries from which those imports
small in the aggregate are derived. It also
affords an example of one direction in which
‘amiliar recommendations for the diversifi-
eation of Caribbean economy and the large
local production of basic foodstuffs, can be
implemented.

The “Commission territories” combined
represented in 1946 a market for 131,420 tons
of vegetables, as follows: fresh vegetables,

|
j
|
}
’



visualise would be able to gather
definite data om comparable
plants as a useful guide in decia-
ing where and how Barbadians
might benefit from the experience
of other communities. Another
function would be as an authori-
ty before which to lay grievances.
Since I have been in the island
I have heard quite a lot of peo-
ple grumbling about the defects
of the system, apart from the
serious condition that has exist-
ed during the past 6 weeks or SO.
However, it seems that at present
there is nowhere to go with a
grievance, real or imagined,
whereas it could be a duty of the
Commission to hear and weigh
grievances, and in case of one
that seemed legitimate, give the
Company opportunity to state its
case in reply.

All well regulated utilities
should make a point of planning
for future growth and expansio:.
of plant to provide for it, and i
would be an important duty of’the
Commission to approve of such
plans, and if necessary to demana
that proper and timely steps be
taken to translate plans inic
action, so that the development
of the community will not be re-
tarded by a shortsighted pouic,
on the part of Company Direc-
tors. This again is especially im-
portant when the actual contro
of the Company is not in Barbado
at all but in England. In the his-
tory of engineering projects of al
kinds there have been many case:
in which the policy that was
desirable technically has been set
aside for financial reasons, and we
are surely entitled to the mos




























positive assurance that this will
not be done with the utilities in
Barbados. What real assurance can
there be without a
body of some sort here in the
island, with the necessary techni-
cal qualifications and the authori-
ty to exercise the required juris-
diction over our utilities?

sumably call for legislation to be
‘ aad ‘ enacted.
Since I wrote tne article printed situation with reference to elec-

oy. i. tric supply is urgent, and the en-
eresting information about tire cans of events during the
past 2 or 3 years has been such
that the need for a searching in-
vr an the
a “© possible remedies
mant we see turbine strongly indicated, as well as into
re has enjoyed an envi- the matter of the rates charged
d of reliable perform- ¢or the poor service given. So far
n past, al © as I can tell from reading the
tes at which electricity is sold Acts, no special legislation is
ite substantially below those needed before instituting such an
the part- in Barbados, — by plant -_ inquiry,
onsider' comparable were written into

with ours as to size and general ~ : the

. ) 8 were passed from 40
operating conditions.

The fuel ago.

been «rying to think spirited persons have taken action
with a view to presenting a peti-

t is here. Can any readers be exercised,

3,809 tons; potatoes, 67,258 tons; peas and
beans, 29,648 tons; onions and garlic, 12.990
tons; dried, canned and preserved vegetables,
i7,715 tons. The total imports for 1946 repre-
sented an increase of 75% over the total im-
ports for 1935, which amounted to 75,977 tons,
as follows: fresh vegetables, 3,227; potatoes.
35,508; peas and beans, 24,602; onions and
garlic, 10,166; dried, canned and preserved,
2,474.










regulating

At present we seem to be far

Converting the European currencies into
United States currency at the official rates
of exchange then prevailing, the Commission
territories spent $4,475,584 US on their vege-
table imports in 1935 and $18,336,326, or four
times as much, in 1946.

Two further considerations of great signifi-
cance emerge in the present currency cris!s
The first is the extent to which these in:ports
in the European territories originate in hard

It might take time to set up
would pre-

In the meantime the

real causes and



‘The Vegetables You Bat (~~

of external trade bul- |'>

—————



currency areas, the United States and Can-
ada. As examples may be cited United States
trade in fresh vegetables with Jamaica,
Bshamas and Martinique; Canada’s domin-
ation of the potato and onion trade of the

seems to be



as the necessary powers
Acts as they
o 50 years

peas and beans and dried, canned and pre-
served vegetables from the United States into
the Bahamas, Jamaica, Martinique, St, Kitts-
Nevis and St. Vincent.

“The acute shortage of dollars in the Carib-
bean’’, the bulletin states, “suggests that
it is most earnestly attention might well be given to the stoppage

to be hoped that the public will of a leak for which no obvious necessity is
respond wholeheartedly and apparent.”

romptl signi iti F ‘ i :
promptly by signing the petition. The second consideration is, perhaps, more

important, as representing an active, rather

Now some energetic and public-

tion asking that the powers may

the diversification of Caribbean econcmy is
regarded from its regional rather than a
purely insular aspect, there are two hard
currency areas in the Caribbean area whose
imports in vegetables constiti:te one of the
most promising sources of dollars for other
Caribbean producers. Those territories are
Puerto Rico and the Netherlands West Indies.

“The Caribbean area ought not to find it im-,
possible” the book continues “to produce vege-
tables which could hold their own in, at least,

local markets with imports from distant Latin
Madeira,

be the excellent seller that it is
in “other sof the world
Draught beat ei ae

ud also open a market
for barrels and casks, although, as such
casks are usually retwmable, it might
not prove particularly remunerative

Just how many would be employed
in the proposed new industry would de-
pend, as Mr. Goddard said, on the
success of product, If the price is ight
and the quality comparable to importec
brands, there should be subsequent em
ployment for a fairly large number of
people. Not so long ago, certain hon
members did not appear to be in favour
of outsiders coming to this colony and
setting up. business, but there were »
voices raised against foreign capita!
startin the beer industry here—and
rightl¥ not. Outside enterprise whic’
results in employment of local labo.
should, in these times, receive every
encouragement.

It was, quite naturally, not revealed
as to whether the company intend to
produce more than one brand of beer
or whether they intend to manufacture
stout, which also seems to enjoy a fai:
local sale.

Apart from the matter of price, much,
too, will depend on the co-operation
of local retail stores, clubs and hotels.
With Canadian beer now unobtainable,
a local product should compare favour- i
ably with such imported brands as are
presently on the market—and may well
prove vastly superior in many cases
Some of the imported beer which this
scribe has tasted here has resembled
anything but, beer—just what it resembl- |
ed I am unable to say, as there are |
limits to what may be put in print

American countries, Egypt,
Rumania, and elsewhere”.

The export of Caribbean tomatoes, especially to
; Canada, the prewar export of Puerto Rican cucum-
bers to the United States, the increasing exports
of vegetables from the Dominican Republic to
Puerto Rico, Netherlands West Indies, and the
British Leeward Islands, together with the export
of Haitian peas to the Bahamas, are seen as SO
many indications of Caribbean potentialities which
await only fuller exploitation to increase the
Caribbean export trade in vegetables.

_ In this connection, the most hopeful development
is felt to be the competition of Jamaican canned
vegetables with extra Caribbean imports not only
in the local market but also in Barbados.

There is of course one great difficulty before
which the Sere producer is at present impo-
r tent — tariff barriers, In this connection the
h 7 i , rrie ,
ae te tate on somes The |Caribbean Commission recently agreed to sponsor
previous Tuesday I had barely had|@ small conference of territorial statistical officers
me to, settle down, to my casarnnry ‘this year, and the Commission’s Central Secretariat
‘iced wae to on eg Ape ig geet ben jis preparing a brief and factual statement concern-
at Kensington. And not so long ago |ing the tariffs levied by territorial governments on
I never dared to doze lest I should not/|the essential commodities imported by them. Dele-
be in time to duck. However—the good | gates to the conference will then have this infor-

old days will ret is tu ; ; : . : .
Gaetan nature mation to guide them in their deliberations.—C.C.

Cyprus,







-_

Everybody Walks In The Middle

place on March PROFIT & LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR TO 30TH JUNE, 1948



To provision for By balance
1948 1947 Taxation 13,500 13,500 brought down 23,204 23,805
£ £ To provision for » Balance
dividends 10,000 10,000 brought for-
$4,177 34,048 To balance carried ward after
forward . 1,662 1,958 appropriations
& Dividends 1,958 1,653
353 447 £25,162 £25,408 ————__——-
a _ £25,162 £25,458
119 112 CAPITAL & RESERVES —
kr ¢? SHARE CAPITAL AU-

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To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Kindly allow me on the
occasion of the second Anniver-
sary of the “Daily Services” over
Radio Distribution—to express my
deep appreciation of these services.
I personally gain much from them

I think listenit

more people to spend this early
quarter of an hour listening in to
these services.

I would now like to express my
deepest thanks to al) Ministers
concerned and to the Management
of Radio Distribution. I



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| by earning, rather than saving dollars. :

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pRIDAY. MARCH 3, 1950

EE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Clerks re o—_ : , Tanganyika | Waterfront
Wants Many | 3% Now Being | Now Busy

| More Members 4 Developed Walking through the Pierhead|

PAGE FIVE













Lane, one could see about 1
Pembership was the zi | lorries parked behind each other|
B members meeting of the @ From Page 3 and ioaded with sugar while
eee re eee ae Mandate from the League of | another six or seven were in
ees St se > BE Nations. | bonds being unloaded. EN you feel listless, tired and) depressed,
It that the greater the



; s fe’ i
Bobet of members the better

the chance for the Union to
Paepre a badly needed increase in

e

tjon

the reason is that your blood is thin and
Pale — without enough red blood-corpuscles —
and your nerves are weak and undernourished.

New red blood-corpuscies
What you need is a course of ‘Sanatogen’ Nerve
Tonic Food. ‘Sanatsgen’ combines the two
great body-building foods—organic phosphorus
and protein —which build up new red corpuscles
in your blood and feed your weakened nerves,
thus day by day filling your body with mar-
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on a course of ‘Sanatogen’ today.

eo } The sugar, which was coming |
Two Set Backs : from all parts of the island, was}
Under British administration, | ho", = ow F see acre
development was twice impeded—} o* p~°S ol sage age
S. P. Musson, Son & Co., Ltd.
once due to the fall of the pound] ang Messrs Manning & Co. Lid
in 1931, which led to retrench- Bags of sugar in the bonds
ment, and subsequently due to the were as high as 35 tiers. Men
outbreak of war in 1939. were that high neatly packing
Now, however, the territory is} the sugar away. This part o°
undergoing a phase of rapid de-| the waterfront was busy all day
velopment in a very large number
of ways. It is very rich in
mineral. Diamonds, gold, micah
and others are alreacy being ex-
ploited.





















was promised after the
on March 23.

ws ANNUAL GENERAL
MEETING of the Amateur
ie Association of Barbados
held at the Synagogue build-
mag synagogue Lane at 8.00
Myeiock on Luesday night.
Py was decided to hold its local
Mubietic Meeting on Easter Mon-
Ger and the Intercolonial Meeting
Whit-Monday and Thursday,
Giy 1. The report for the year
Mug and the Financial Statement
adopted.
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Getting Some
New Paint
The “Lord Combermere” look-
ed quite trim “among the othe:

The pink diamond which was
presented to Princess Elizabeth on
her marriage to Prince Philip came
from a mine in Tanganyika which
is the property of Dr, Williamson,



















THE RIOT SQUAD tea by Sergeant Major Simmons marching



the principal ones... Agricultural
industries are also ffourishing.
Sisal is produced and exported in
very large quantities. Coffee and
are among other products.
There is also the great ground
nut scheme which is being run by
the Overseas Food Corporation.

i Miss Grace Cumberbatch
on Ladies’

Parade At —
District “A” |



craft in the Careenage yesterday”. r :
was read from the British Lhasa wae eee sie el, whee eee teen eee ee” * eee an "an ans
pris rea fom the Bish . ae Billi: So: Pa ROY eT op er minerals which have bring ashore Princess Alice, Coun- os
esse Asocation. in i ee olin —icnebantianatg feo aincovered in large quanti-} tess of Athlone on her arrival
Nort in their International Meet- I ssing 4 du | Sugar Workers’ Houses es, Jead, coal and iron ore being | here, was being painted and given

POULTRY FEEDS
OF ALL KINDS

& general clean up during the
week. |

Another feature of waterfront!
activity was the motor schooner
“Cachalot” being dry docked.
Shortly before midday, workmer
of the dock along with the ves-
Sel’s crew succeeded in geting it

“their International
ting.

- Both invitations were accepted,

Cumberbatch having depart-

Mio British Guiana earlier in the

_ Should Be Repaired
With Welfare Money



With a blaze of colour, trimness
and brilliance, the Police gave a



a
a ce, wate | So on and by 2 p.m. the dock started Now obtainable
the C ittee an-| Passing Out Parade at District | Cost of Livin to go up. trom. . .
t t mmittee of Man-| ¢ 3° _a ict g go up
me : nine year 1950:] "A er ertay evening in the| Says St. Thomas Vestry 25 The “Cachalot” gave the cae URINA ye mc ge
ident, Mr. J. W. B. Chenery;|PFesence of Mr. W. C. Johnson, | VESTRYMEN of tl ee vii r The cost of living is very high. men much difficulty in docking it & Co., Ltd.
Vice-Presidents, Mr. L. A. reg Adviser to vhe Secretary of a eek MEN Of the parish of St. Thomas think that Imported articles are particularly | Since Monday trials were made,
and Dr. C. G. Manning: ao A Colonies. | &n appreciable portion of the Labour Welfare Fund should] &XPensive. Fresh foods are not| but the tide was not sufficiently
Presidents, Mr. G. E. Clarke, ne Police displayed the quality! be allocated by Government full.



always easy to get in the towns,

for the repair of the houses ;
pe ~| but the situation is easier else-

of each section of their organiza- | ‘ :
in the sugar industry. The

A.M. Jones, Mr. F. C. God-| tion and performed some excellent

of employees in the parish



r maint i ; ; where,
i, M.C.P., Mr. V. T. McComie,| demonstrations reason, they said at their meeting yesterday is that many] Th
a Pronk : 7 ’ : 6 vs ay Is & k ere are several European 5
Colonel R, T. Michelin;} A huge crowd surrounded tha| of these houses are in a very bad conditi >y reas i i i 2 ”
t, Mr. W. A. Richardson;} grounds and exhibited a keen } Tae to ey, enone settee, eee deetin ac ee

that the money should be made available for tl purpose
without delay, even before any part of the Fund be used
for playing fields or any other purpose.

horary Secretary, Mr. J. W. B.
ynard; Assistant Secretary Mr.
hE. Jemmott; Auditors Mr.

lands where farming is opened
fairly extensively. Certain dairy
products like ham, bacon, sausages

sense of pleasure. Just before the
display began, the crowd were |
prevented from entering, but when

March 3, 1925)

(Barbados Advocate,
}
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‘A.D. Gale and Mr. L. Thomas.| the parade got fully underway,| A Resolution containing t ese | Dr. Cummins as a member of the cheese and butter are produced THE VISITOR
i. ) a g these locally, rend h f thes
“ they thronged in with that degree |Suggestions were passed by the | Executive Committee, to do_ his ¥> rending the cost of t aoe :
Hive ordinary members also} of excitement which was not. to Vestry to be forwarded to Gov-| utmost for them to get the money | COâ„¢Modities rather less expensive | Our faces flush up like red roses:
part of the Committee of] be thwarted, even by the burly | ernment. far the playing field.at an early than that of corresponding items Our bones and our craniums
gement. They are Mr.Jarms of the law. _ The matter was raised by Mr.| date. On August 24 there was|!"% Barbados. ache; —
$.E. Mayers, Capt. J. R. Jor-} Among those Present were; Mrs,|S. A. Walcott, who in the first | the opening of the nurses’ quar- A large meat-canning ¢oncern,| From the tips of our noses, right |
f Mr. L. R. Cyrus, Mr. C. Gal-] A. W. L. Savage, wife of His Ex. {Place referred to a somewhat | ters and at the function he again] Tanganyika Packers Ltd. is due down to our toeses, |
ind Mr. C. W. Wickham, cellency the Governor, Dr. H. G. |Similar action that had been| asked Dr. Cummins and also the | to commence operations shortly. We burn and we smart 7 :
Senior and retired athletes of|Cummins, M.C.P., Mr, H, A_|taken by the Vestry of St. James,| then Acting Governor Mr. Per-| The territory is now administer- we shake. as OuR Linkn~ DEPT.
Bisland graciously consented to| Dowding, M.C.P., Mr. C. Ww. John. | That body, he said had decided | owne, to do what they could toj}ed by Great Britain under a The worn and our fellus seem |
on their knowledge to young Bolt Mr. a cl epee i be on Rise ad serie rn | * pe ares as quickly as pos-| Trusteeship Agreement with the All, talpoth a f | f
bletes apart from this, a] Police agistrate, and _ Mrs,|/Was not being properly handled. | sible. hey promised to do so. United Nations Organisation, an ess Mees from our |} ae is sae na
Ig a Bees > made for mem-| Hanschell, Mé. DeLasle Inniss,| The idea of using some of the| On October 13 he received 1 . view; |] GLASS TOWELS, 77c. each
Ship, ‘with a hope of better} Yt. Col. J. Connell and Mrs. | fetds of the Fund for playing | letter from Miss Arne Social Wel- Our Language is florid, our a
ae tae : _.. | Connell. fields was all very well, they had | fare Officer, through the clerk of temperature torrid; = se
mils being obtained this year Display Begins jconsidered, he said, but on the| the Vestry,’ It was an invitation FAULTY BRAKES The Flu- 'Tis the Flu! KITCHEN TOWELS, 48c., 74c., and 78. each
MODAY IS the S.P.C.A. Tag, The display began with the {Other es they thought the | to meet her at Dist. “A” station. Tis the Flu! ‘
b Day. People who pass| Police Band, who made a breezy eo hed ane Ya phy He and the two other members} LIONEL H. RAMSAY oi W. L, DAMASK NAPKINS, 65c. each
Halgar Square, along the pave- detour around the sward, play-| oud be aitkndiad te feet ens 7 a E laying oo Compaltteg Chelsea Road was fined 20/- and
the Public Building,]ing light music. . . 7“ j met Miss Arne a e ume ap-| 2/- costs in 14 days or one month’s
4 7 oo ‘alas will Next on the sward was the| For Sugar Workers | Pointed and they discussed vari-| imprisonment by His Worship Mr UCK TOWELLING in White, Gold, Green, Blue and
ii collecting money and he| Police dressed in day duty uni-; _Mr. Walcott Said that the Fund he things. She informed them] H. A, Talma yesterday for driving Rose at 70c. and 8le. per yd.
be collecting it in order to}£0rm, then Police dressed in night ~_ ie Started three years ago| then that _ Vestry would not!ithe motor car M-1539 on Bay
» hal duty uniform. The Riot Squad and the contribution of the parish | get more than $1.50 per head of Street on February 2, with ineffi-
oe oct tors (not came next followed by the Har-|0f St. Thomas, so far, was $99,770. @ On Page 7 . cient brakes. YELLOW COTTON DUSTERS 26c. and 36c. each
hits tir ) o il “he a bour Police and Fire Brigade, The! It did seem unfair that they could | Se >
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the City and the suburbs.
Day is held t> assist in raising
for the S.P.C.A, in. order
they in turn may be able to
out the good work they
been doing for so many
INTY-ONE THOUSAND six

| hundred and ninety dollars
be the 2/~ Sweep First Prize
Barbados Turf Club Spring
This“amount is $4,482
‘than the First Prize ‘ast

aid also the largest First] feigned squabble, arrested some. a eet pe ce ‘\— oe — on so sane easement : 1
Mor any Spring Meeting. Another went io their rescue while |? “FT. Mv aicott, finally pass | SSS SSS FESS = ———— ——————— ie
sali 9 ‘vi ie a third, when the mob was sup- Resolution which reads: )) i
mo */- Sweepsiake)a ie ‘ * _ or ae th :} aj r “The Vestry of St. Thomas is | ~~ T Ss C LOOKS by
Closed yesterday and posed to have reached the eight | of the opinion that in view. of the . a‘ NEW ARRIVALS '
BCC. has been sold out.Jof its fury, were forced to fire|s id condition a many tf thal EMPIRE THE TRE | HI HAP |
Wnine sees have béen her « a. ee ut orders|houses of the employees in the | A A
n 1e dr witho ders oe oN : a :
; sugar st n this parish, aj}
wich followed, the police. en- stebter. portion ‘a the saben of | PLEASED WITH LIFE j
ELUESDAY ®, See. Gh. Una| eemee. snpwed . renasiven. Wa the Labour Welfare Fund should 7 1 ‘ AT {
mown origin broke out at| practised and trained. lay | be utilised for the purpose of re- , ERIC GATES ;
Pond, St. Joseph and The final phase of the display bait to such) houses. !
d3 acres of second crop|Was the Police Band Cadets’ ver- “That the funds allocated to PRESENTS C ;
Md 1% acres of third crop| sion of a Drill Display. : .jedch parish should be on_ the |
“canes, ; = —— an their Gaping basis of the sugar produced by
are the pr , ° _{in the form of a humour panto- | the) arish. |
of alte ot iy 08 DT mime, They marched around, with Phat individual amounts for ye
(ay allay pcg’ hands at their sides all the while, repairs to houses should be free
; . and jerked their feet in rhythmical grants similar to the free grants Ba
eMIBALD APPLEWHAITE | Manner. = - made to factory owners and land- noticia ABLETS " .
Superlative, St. George The Band climaxed the evening |(wners from the Rehabilitation ‘ CIGARETTE eee eee
ddenly at his home at about by playing the 4 Retreat anc | Fund. | YUE reo INSECT rowpes ;
AM. yesterday, The tter| ‘God Save the King. “That the money of the Labour | | L RE THERMOS WIDE MOUTH fk
ey: em. lfz Fund should be _ used |} (CA FLASKS 2 pint, % gal, 1 gal ‘
poried to the Coroner Welfare t JS) ;
, ean eae ‘ fi without delay before any part of | Dh THERMOS 1 pint FLASKS
WINDOW of a house at ugar or this Fund is used for playing | { SINGING. KITCHEN SCISSORS , if
+ jelds or any other purpose, LAMBSWOOL PUFFS i
i street, SOG: RENE: OP pre Playing Field ZIPP BILLFOLDS with Map of
me by Mrs. Ermie Gill, was E. / d aying Fie | a ; :
fat about 9.15 a.m. on ng an Another matter which engaged | DANCING KEPLIERS MALT & CL. OIL i]
may. It was reported to Dia ens _|much of the attention of the ie 1{ || MORGAN'S POMADE 7
Struck by a Progressive STEAMSHIP “Specialist” (4,445 | try yesterday, was that of estab- | FRESH VERT. sme, .
\ by a Progressive tons net) finished its loading he-e}lishing a playing field in the ss FRESH FLOWER HE SMOKES s
of 1,975 tons of sugar for Liver- | parish. ShRETCHES DuMAURGER ARETTES
_-.ChC pool and sailed last night. U.K. The Vestry at the ge { CUTEX NA 8H i
. bound via Antigua. Government had submitted.a plan .
‘Ss eedi The “Specialist” has beea/to them for a playing field? i j 2 a BJ 66 99 .
J in loading here for four days. Messrs.|included a site of approximately “ . ‘ BROABIAAEN AP
p S (ie Viatin & Co. Ltd., are local | five acres, on land near Dist. “D”, Ii CAPTAIN RAISON and the Palice Hand Ove & PAL SOAP |
ver Fined agents. ; which, et bas ee aes ee et GOAL. TAR SOAP H
: | pavilion would cost about 831,200. | ae i cate tek dia tidak Bald was | (By kind permission of Commissioner of Police) BOXES OF CHOCOLATES .
ME of £2 and 2/- costs to| rian to come from the Labour Welfare | NOUGAT, :
Bie dare? Seine| Comberme Fund, but a letter from the Social |} THURSDAY & FRIDAY 16th & 17th MARCH 8.30 p.m. POODYRAST 1b Peis. FOUR-SQUARE PIPE -
Onth’s imprisonment - 18 2 Tod Welfare Officer had informed | PLATIGNUM PEN SE’ yo
On Prestor Hin is of Reunion ay !them that Government was only | rE .
Gap, Christ Pid ton the C prepared to grant the Vestry $169 MATINEE FRIDAY 5 p.m,
» Sar *h yester- ; * . ,
i saial . P Now that repairs to the Com per head of population of the
S Worship Mr. H. A. bermere School Hall have Vestry area, in keeping with the | BRUCE WEATHERHEAD. T O B O.

found guilty of driving
© lorry M-630 cy Probyn
— reasonable con-
°r other people using
Toad, i _

sixth branch was the C.I.D. in
plain clovhes. These were followed
by the Writ Servers. Mounted
Policemen succeeded and
rear was brought up by Motor
Cycle riders and Police Transport
vans,

It was at this stage that eveni's
became most thrilling. The Riot
Squad demonstrated, the many
tacvics requisite in the quelling of
a turbulent mob, much to the de-
light of the crowd.

One section of the squad charged
upon mock rebels and after a





been completed, the monthly re-
unions on the first Friday of the
month of the Combermere Old
Boys’ Association will be resumed
today at 8 p.m.

the |}O£ population.

else.



’
only be allocated $12,750, accord | |
ing to the suggestion by Govern- {
ment of granting $1.50 per head
They only had
8,500 people in the parish.

Mr. J. Mahon said that at the
time the Fund was started, the
idea was that it was to be utilised
for the workers in the sugar in-
dustry, in an effort to improve
their social conditions. It was not
specified whether it was to be
used for building houses, estab-
lishing playing fields or anything

ously to further the

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general principle laid down
throughout the island, and that,
in certain cases exceptions would |
be made. They were asked that |
they revise their plan in the light

8.30 a.m.

D i , the courtesy of the/of that decision. _
a 3 aon British Council, there will be 8] The members pointed out that

"hy film show in which British News,| having regard to the population | ———.
—— the Olympic Games, Western Isles] being only 8,500, this would only

tkeys Arrive

600 bags of copra : ,
ags copra along
"drums

Vir 44-ton *Belqueen”) 1950 season. terview the Governor on te
Meent, —_————_-
* matter. " Green, Rose
' reigueen" is expected to LEAVES FOR Mr. J. Mahon was the first wide in Blue, Gold,
1S evening on its re- speak on the matter and saic ' si SIN ba Oh d nlsl'din b's wis ve $24.00
ns. fo St, Vincent From GRENADA TODAY that it was his intention to om tf ze 90 x 105.
E Will be taking general ‘ en lard,| the Governor-in-Executive Com-| 70 x 90. Each $17.25
Mo F g genera ‘ >s of sugar, ard, | the ae on : A size x OM nec nees
tonett Port. Agents. are intense te general cargo have | mittee. He was a eet
F “er Owners’ Association been loaded on schooner “Marea ee ee ae torts cant ‘ tite
, nf 7. whinhs 4 c led to} whether © s Bleached Hems: hed
Aneta iin aie aadl aliens is schedu os 4 , i cep khae ees ea.
ee ied to-day | get a playing field. iis LINEN PILLOW CASES 18 x
*s on T d This vessel is consigned to the; The in sani ok te a, | Bleached Hemstitched Linen
y 7 2 ; ssocia n ernment, > repo
; 9 ay Schooner nf: reared oR” 25 tons ing Field Committee since June BEST PRICES PA BAG TOP PILLOW CASES. 21 x 33 ....... +
; f Ordinary at 11.00 Schooner or, ¢ vesterday’s| 1949. As Chairman of that com- :
; . anothe a Se

nt
Council at 8.45 pom

EM, veunasuan |titer tine ania ballast | sentatives ee ee ee |
pam. || Messrs. Barbados Import & Export) (ON Gite which had been oa i
ee i ules, | KNIGHTS LTDY CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd.
Ba vag | A NEW FOREMA. jhe had with him and ex PHOENIX PHARMACY 10, ll, 12 & 18 Broad Street
Mtbadian History ut ft ee “age tla ley G ienth | field wou! in ete. T? ,
,
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be shown. ;
After the film show there will

be the usual games and members

of cocoanut oil and] of the Football Section will meet
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be $12,750, totally inadequate for |
the establishment of a_ proper

playing field, and they were afraid |
they could not agree to the pro-
The playing field committee |
were accordingly appointed to in-

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, SOSOSSS SECS DSOE SPOS IE :
‘ Hight Plead Guilty| Fiye Breaks |} a2
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i my , | - € Dreaks | Professional Notice |
qe —————— A * PRAGUE, March 2 e x : ; iy fl
— os tite ~ > The office of Dr. C. M CeO. ig
A OK apable Cook-c | Mr. J. A. Louwers, 35 year old v wht ‘ no ¢ Mm F
ve a n b _ . 3 > B | ne’ be closed | o_ ‘ a
} A ¥ i s§ FOR RENT Hil, St} ‘os : N ure, | i uich businessman, pleaded guilt 4 } from Mareh 2nd 1980 unii, Uancrs y oy
ee ws 0 Ne ll §0—2n. | ‘n the State Court here today to Lao tee 978-86 ~
——— Week Su —- a | A COOK Retesenmn pe Mt |charges of treason, spying and LANCASHIRE, March 2 Dy ‘ oF
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E LE per word HOUSES ed he yh Tee eee eet me arc or aoe Gaddar tak my the x on OOS ”
“por SA oer. oe & j(iants on trial with him entered hold of the Liverpool steamer | % one os @
s q = DOMUM ANNEX. Bon: for our Office. App the same Pa. < . | A tting of the Ciub witt be SS
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7 \—=—— sree mets | eae enna Adinz Mac, Sch. Zita Wonita, Schocne: hooner § ve 5 curning cargo covered, until] @ (Secretary). iy / f
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ON A Phone 4640 So we =| Webb, Phone 31g. j; Sch. Philip H. Davidson, Aux Soh DEPARTURES N. qT —Reuter.
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; tai 18.806 | a! Cane and Wireless (West Indies) Lid ~MVV. Urugay, S.S. Rosewood, Jat Suggestions tha! the atornic age Publisher Apologises
‘4 agate lines) PLATS tne 2 ~— | edvioo thet they can now communican Nelson, Quirigua, $. Mateo, Queen bP requi ed , h 5
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LONDON, March 2,
A London publisher to-day
apologised in court to Frederico
Mandel, Austrian-born Argentine
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Italy To Stage Cyeling lishing a murder mystery, ir
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3 ts phin, Isabella Dolphin, Berv! Davy, Kate M® S, Rampersaud, Miss Joyce Knight
, Davy, Ann Svott, Ella w, John Mv. William Sixt, Miss Dorothy Lewis.
Kenny; Murray Ai nder, Capt. A. F. Mv. Herbert Skeene, Mrs, Lucy Melcher





Presse Vanities and Dressing ©
I Tabies— Washstands, Nightchairs,. §
| “Siinemeea® | over. tion of gos i “tore, James Harewood, Josephine Called) Mrs. Mary Russell. Miss Johnie Russell, ; |
Biren P Wortan oe : wo alii ts ——>\ Marie Callado, Ba ld Brunton, Nellie Mrs. Gladys Shirley, Mr. John William-
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Brunton, Geel} Barton, Lionel Presend, ‘ Mrs. Gladys Williamson, Mr Charles
WHITE SANDS St Cyrit’ Hicks, Edith Hicks, Mathe Mc. Xholman, Mr John Kenny, Comdr. A
TOMOTIVE furnished. The Bower, the Garrison ‘ough, William McCullough, Lloyd Murray, Mr omas Springer.

aN © ° .
| | | | a ‘
% -| Gempbell; William. “Clarke, | William For St. LUCIA: Mr George Adam. § an dian N t l Steamship:
a Avediaied: Flats. tndh. ere, Club j fk =. Mace 1. \nderson, Harry Lee, Liewellyn Lewis, Mrs. Helen Rdams, Mr. Frank Comber. ‘A a at 1ona
CAR—Hiliman Minx, one of the besi nished and unfurnished Rose A, °° nel



Dining, Lunch, Fancy and Kitchen
Tables W eggons and Larders—~
China, Bedroom and Kitehen Cap-"
inets— Tea Trolleys, Hatracks,



THE MONEY-SAVING WAY. :
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Aramed Pictures 18. to $1 oo
Oris Furniture, Rush and Cane
Oliver Bennett. 7 na veseneees ae Helen Hancock, Mr hoon. Rocking, bles, a
models, still going strong. Always] pete, ‘p : . al s “rem St. LUCIA... chile Hancock, Mrs. Marjorie Ander- Reclining Chairs—Tub Furniture ie
mer driven, in good conditicn iy Panes Ashton pial. * Lt. Col. Eric James, Colin Knight on, Capt. Albert Store at Cheval and long or smaller Mirrors ,
rt ble price. Apply: Straughn’:, nina lacen , avian,’ cas svat, at ee | Patricia Berkenkamp, | Gerard Jordan, For ANTIGUA: Mr. Cecil Adams, Mr. Sails Sails Sails Arrives | Sails framed and unframed
sage, James Street. 22.2.50—t.£.n | BL ADON. Real eee DIXON | James Levering, Alma Levering, Guy Wood SOUTHBOUND sane = ee ee
‘ . ’ ‘i us > Agents. AL

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Duy Now at









| r lantation Buil P. Biservn” altars
One 1948 Hillman Srloon own: | ers, Plantation Building, hor 1640, | RNS
repainted and in exceNent con- 3 | FoR
Cole & Co., Lid | ;
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LADY NELSON 2th Feb, 2th Feb. sth Mar oth Mar MONEY SAVING PRICES
CANADIAN : te s
‘ —— eee eee oe St Th \ Sy RODNEY 27th M “oth on ‘oh a e
~ f Mut 3 Mar Sth Apr ith Ap
; ine Dodge : > * Irs > as estr LApY SON Isth Apr. 23rd Apr 24th Ap »
ims One Dodge Custom Sedan 1 nae PURT t¢ NOTICES RELIEVES PAIN be 2 om LADY RUDNEY. 12th May \ 17th May 30th “¥ ath “Ma L. S WILSON >
: ea C “i oes 4 —_——=_= FIGHTS INFE: | LADY NELSON Siet May ara June th « Mth June loth Ju x
ts a0 4n | a ee a eel pebinny | @ From Page 5 this. | WADY RODNEY With May | ard ui Sth July 14th July 13th Jui Trafalgar St. -:- Dial 4069
; ~ | 295 easily earned by abt we PROMOTES HEALING = | Population, They replied that | Miss Arne also said that the x
Dodge Special Deliixe So Pee dea s | they could not see with this ar-! Gove rnor-in-Executive Commut- | Arr v Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives | #OOOOGGE ISOOS SSS"
del owner driven and ‘ib ‘ or private Christmas |
Co,’ Lid. 2.3.50—4 vour friends, No Previous exneriance |













} Sument, and did not see why be-| tee had decided not to allow ag- NORTHBOUND = Barbados Barbidos

necessary, Write today | cause they had a small popula-| ricultural land to be used in the,

Beston§ St. John Halifax Montres
Sample Rook to Brita

for beautify) free } & "
Vauxhall Twelve 1940 Mode! in ‘or be tree | age gee
















; ; . LADY RODNEY 4th Mat. Sth Mar.i‘th Mar. 18th Mar ; m

ti oO 1 Island. | ¢ n’s largest and tion they should be penalised for making of a playing field, the! tapy NELSON Qist Mav 28nd May ist Apr @nd Appr oo ne JUST RECEIV ED

‘condition wner leaving Islanc oremos n . 5 . an ca 7 “ LADY R . ih. Aw ; . oth Ate wth Ap: 3 Ni

SEEN Yearwood, Goddard & mons mharvent, Publishers; highest commission, reason being that it would dé it Y NELSON th ‘May ‘din’ Dey ‘th May teth Mar. fied i" j

9723 after 5 p.m Frale wine? anes opportunity SEES | plete the island’s economic re- | tape RODNEY 8th June 101m 3s... shh June he: Rin, Sata Ses i

: Se aed By Bei eet 10 Victoris . . | sources. He did see some sense| LADY NELsow 27th June 29 sth July 10th July 3th Ju

c — | Works, “Preston, Rhgiina ® oria GOVERNMENT NOTICES. | in that because they hada big| LADY RODNEY — 27m Yunegwen <<" “gin Jul ae ee :

Fori Prefect 1948 model in a : 4 a ‘8 | es e
fed condition Apply United | Dopulation to feed, ronson
sor Co. Roebuck St. Dial 2741. NOTICE
3.3.50—5n. |



The committee, however, had! N.B.—Subject to change withers, wotice vessels fitted with cold storwge «
“eady i »! bers. Passenger Fares and freight cotes on application to
PARIS ° SAIN : REET ES ani ihe ‘ wap \lready looked around and coule
ALL persenet SAINT MICHAEL | TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF FRESH MILK TO ;
AR—Austin 10. Very reasonable in ms, firms and oo j
. ns
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Tins HEINZ Spaghetti
Parish

4 d no pasture land, but bearing |
ce, Phone 4263. having Accounts against the THE MENTAI HOSPITAL

: the statement. of ‘Mise Ava wf] GARDINER AUSTIN & CO,, LTD. — Agent.
Saint Michse} ‘ atement oO iss Arne

aa Fn







are requested

their Vouchers (duly ae















































































































































































‘as put into the Labour Welfare
Fund is $99,770.’ During a similar
period the parish of St. Michae’

Ke 7 - origmal premises) and to use it at such
ee ee k ar’ M. FORD, last described premises

F pens 2.3.50—2n Dated this Ist day of March 1920
ae To SYDNEY H. NURSE, Esq

=
=
=
=
.
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=
o

TENDERS are invited for the supply of FRESH MILK to the
Lazaretto for the period 1st April, 1950, to 31st March, 1951.

PETE cm sas

| Tomato Sauce i
a se : Sai te ‘ Me; i ah | . oe with Cheese j
es made out’ in D TENDERS are invited for the supply of FRESH MILK to the| mind. they arranged to take her} —______—-"— — mend a j
| orate) to the respective Denahtnet Hospital fi riod 1s ni ; aiiahe. 4h ‘round and discovered a piece on ” * jeans, ;
nOt ‘later the ' abtny ospital for the period 1st April, 1950, to 3lst March, 1951 + P
ESTOCK isso, "te" than Wednesday, March’ Is, | 2° eee : : : Nea 7 “ : The pre-| Fortress land of about two acres, | Bots. ,, Salad Cream.
iT : FRED. J. ASHB a uders should be framed in terms of 100 pints. The pe” | She thought that was good and Th PHILIP H. DAVIDSON ‘ " » Mayonaise
ne atia . s 4 ‘ ail 7 ie. ‘ ne 4 vrei e . The Sth AV SON . :
Ba wonke sia tae “naa _" a Churc hwarden’s Clack sent dally requirements are about 200 to 400 pints. Further partic u-| te promised to contact the owner will accept Cargo and Wemear ADVERTISE IN THE fe » Sandwich
St, John, Between 9 a.m. and 12 Parish of St Michael. ‘ars may be obtained from the Mental Hospital . | to see if he would sell it, He at te sailing Saturday 4th Spread
; Basten we \-———_——__ ee eran 3. Tenders marked “Tenders for the supply of Fresh Milk j ‘lid ae the ao.teme on cae re 6 9
R PUPPIES—Parents from Ps | > Ments ital” addr Cc ial Secret: ‘ to] De coud not as he had an idea The M.V. DAERWOOD will t
B Pack. Excellent, hunting or Watch FOOTBALL NOTICE the Mental Hospital addressed to the Colonial Secre tary i ant " of building a house on the whey secept Cargo apt WOOD wil Tins » Vegetable Soun»
Dial_91-79 28 .1.50—6~ | Preparations are being made to com - orm officer by name): will be teccived at the Colonial ve mony bi Mr. Mahon said that he com- aie aes ot, “galling ate ” ” Oxtail Soup. 7
betwent iter, sasitall Season somerimne | Office up to 4 p.m. on Monday the 13th of March, 1950. municated this to Miss Arne and given.” » Strawberries.
A tw. I jay fa f Jed: ; * Tae: t ; : 4
ICAL | nesday 15th Mn Fe rage ene 4. The Government does not bind itself to accept MO—One (1) Phillips Radio *! Coens, ‘illation forms from Mr. 0.°S" | any tender inal scheme ag. there was no al-
in good condition, D. Kirton, Coppin, Hony, Secretary B.A.F_A. c/o ‘ P | ternative, B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’ } Ps :
acer iain :
Be Bleck Rock, St. Michael. "| Sdyovete, oiedenah: ie aia a | _ Now seven months after they| NCAR gLN.C.) RESULTS " neapple.
3s ~ ‘ a 2 ’ :
= = | the B.A.F.A. at the tance Head- TENDERS FOR BURIALS AT THE LAZARETTO AND had put up their schemes, they || ” Pineapple Juice.
quarters, pintold Street on Pridey Mam MENTAL HOSPITAL had got’a reply saying that they I! ” Guavas,
at 4. m. and the Annual General m scou'd only ge a ‘ i
Moving YMC A eociation takes place SEALED TENDERS in triplicate, marked on the envelope ‘Ten- cee oat Ge — = ——-—— = —— | ” Fruit Salad.
CARRIER LE’— % ecadquarters on p 4 a. * ‘ ' ,| Veerule * erta ee
t@ and Paniastiiee ee spllowing Friday, March 10th at 4.30 der for Burials” addressed to the Colonial Secretary (and no; to any cases exceptions would be made.
a. .| ‘The Agenda for the Council meeting | Officer by name) will be received at the Colonial Secre tary’s Office The Playing Field Committee CIE. GLE.., TRANSATLANTIQUE
i, Mine is as follows up to 4 p.m. on Monday the 13th day of March, 1950, for the furnish- 5 nas prepared to reconsider
5 e > * : : . ir E , 3; i
$0.00, Dial a1 = ¥ Correspondence, ing of COFFINS AND HEARSES for burial of inmates of the Lazaret- oo wane hat prilacad te one FRENC}| LINE
A seid Lo 3. Receive A al Ro t and Finanei: : 2 2. : a | " Z INCE & C d
* _1,9,0—an Statement for iar and Financial}. and the Mental Hospital for the period ist April, 1950 to 31st it one halfpenny and for the rea- Sailing to Trinidad Sailing to 0., Lt .
leer » well- | 4 Consider three schemes {or insurance} ny, ‘ch, 1951 sons that with their population Plymouth
Limited quantity of the well of players. duris rance | March, 1951. ns pop’ y
ae aan . abe ayers & the 195 ~aSO : a . " ‘ . " . a ap « s Wid are} 4 *h 21s .
Ge Se ee Goherel mae 2, Each Tender must be accompanied by a letter signed by twc| at pe 7 savant dnae they ONE cel March 14th ee DIAL 2236 -— ROEBUCK 51
, mn Oo, S. COPPIN, i - te anon 2 > t wou re : a ney were Bee es seen es Ap } it
mere ote 3.3.50—3n. | . Hony Sceretaty, 2 A F.A [Persons known to possess property, engaging to become bound wit asked: ‘tp reduce ' their original .GASCOGNE” ...,.,. April 19th April 26th
‘ 26,2.50—4n the person tendering in the sum of ten pounds for the due perform- VOB Sin cde tek 5 May 9th May 18th }

E: One Gents Hopper 3 S ae into line, and that nobody with “GASCOGNE” .. * May 24th May 3lst i :
internal expanding brakes, ¢o oS eek P ‘ ‘ as he lowest or! - a eae , anne s | if
ition. Apply B’dos Foundrs LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 3 The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest « any ane would make such a For further particulars apy to | ;

3n} , ioe stupid request : Pere . | 4

| any tender , - ‘

<< The application of Chesi
. LLANEOUS | vee, ae foe "Oheciane a i . } Particulars may be obtained from the Heads of the Institu- Parish’s Co vtribution R. M. vONES & a ey LTD. Agents. ;

the purchaser of Liquor License Ni tions concerned, | ' ze }

G sewisen PIFF ~- Small quantity | “eg uss abtentine ee it a } “From information available to * Ss ;
Diy, CC! | 1/2 galvanised pipe | Snes Checker Hall, St. Lucy, to remove satin ime,” said Mr. Mahon, “the ap , ;
460), BIS. AU=S0) | audit: Lpetine 16 a hdd oe Tt hs ih, TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF FRESH MILK | sroximate amount that this parish }

~ : a juavas,| Sttached to house situate at Checker ar ;

br c ot Pree eee Hall, St. Lucy (about 100 yards "trom TO THE LAZARETTO fj
. ad, * =») :

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estimate by 59.3 per cent, to fall
ance of the contract.
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Beautiful Quality & Designs
BED TICK 56 ins. wide
—$1.14 a yd.
PLASTIC RAINCOATS
—$2.04 each
wanenso by the Yard—
vely Quality--92¢, a yd.
HOLLYWOOD CREPE
—$1.39 a yd.
AFFETAS

ny tender would be lacking in veers gd il
ee he . i ) be g f the | they did not let the public know

5, Further particulars may be obtained from the Heads o et Scan tes ee it they
Instituflong, cpngernedi, be deprived of a playing field.

Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) = Facts Shouid be Known

Pan, Matisee and Touloure-Lautrec ae
“a 3.3.50—Gn . on .
RING BOATS—Three (3) Fishing R
Aly George Meu oe ak’ | UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER
mes Lid, Fontabelle

4



; ‘ . ‘esent| has put $5697 ! > basis Quickly wy
sa 2. Tenders should be framed in terms of 100 pints, The present \ Mas put $55,970, but on the basi Te
NED MPATS Cum, Mie? Band Police Magistrate, Dist E bout 76 pints, delivered at the Institution, °f $1.50 per head of population
n s e wat, us a Jan . . te wriatite. are r Ss, P t . s y 7 = . as a
‘tins fed eae "a aan cans Apple ee ‘. i +e =? aon 1.90 . ais : St. Mpee ne es ces neon '
Tess 2 ck St.| N.B.—This application will be consid- twice daily at 6 a 4 . -m. 1 St. I 2 4 t “ aes
» Dial 3489, 35 Boeven Ee | wed et 5 Lame Cont Le be held on 3. Tenders marked “Tender for the supply of Fresh Milk to the} less Will get $114,370. That i COLDS Bay
batted at; Wednesday 15th March 1950, at 11 o'clock > . ~ any ofcer by! .
Pineapple, Peach, Plum, Straw-|® ™. at Police Court, Dist, “E’ Lazaretto” addressed to the Colonial Secretary (not to any officer by ey maul tee than Anat this " te
ere ae F SY H. NURSE ‘ . { 3 5 "eX »m : i
pon: = sree oe SO. F Police Maglowsrs, Dist “Ef name) will be recived at the Colonial Secretary's Office up to 4 pm \Wadien-sapmeing 6. menue adbed te aoe oie ' F
} 1489. 35 Roebuck S: ahead : . . ee . BR
*2.3,50—2n. | 5 5 mi Holetown on Monday the 13th of March, 1950. . he Governor and put these fact '
Pe - ornate | Se 4, The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowes before him, because I am per .
WANIZED NAILS: All sizes of 4. The Govern | tectly sure he has only been her« CATARRH, if
Remlity Galvanized Nails at 27 ’ § any tender }* eo i ahaha ‘as
. Hutchinson & Co, Ltd PUBLI¢ SA " ja matter of weeks and is not aware 2 aa
1.3. 50—In | of these things. I know he is ai a
ALVANISE S ‘ = TENDERS FOR FRESH MEAT |economist, a man of figures anc IT clears the nasal a}
¥ SHEETS—[n 24 & 26 gauge aa a “Ten- | (i the jf figures Passages to remove oY
oo 8 i aud of nae ae AUCTION SEALED TENDERS in triplicate marked on the envelope | will ae iv : ew o g! e'offiness and the ;
a. Dietes 1/16, 1/8, %, 6/16 end | Joo 7 ; . ‘ ary (6 oi to} can su ; eel very strong), Listress| rondl-
F Ree rites. Enquire Auto Tyre} STALLION JEEVES; 9 y.o. Jamaican der for Fresh Meat” addressed to the Colonial few. Pree z oe ‘ie is ind edie’ t woule distr asin ane
‘afalgar Street bred ‘horse (Bessaquimec-Light Reading) f ine " P| receiv ial Secretary , a markaind Hae atarrh:
1.3.50—t.f n |to be sold at nope without reserve any officer by name) will be received at the Colon - the sur | accept a reduction 1 woud resigs paleht: ma coat } :
a qo to ithe highest bidder at the Garrison Office up to 4 p.m. on Monday the 13th of March 1950, for ‘h i | trom the Board. cation bottle ons
mae SU Coat, vest and trou- addock at 4 p.m. on Saturday, March oe 4 te i. 2 £ al and i nite vetier ths
Bin perfect condition ‘very little used | ¢th : 2.3.50—n fof FRESH MEAT to Glendairy Prison, the Mental Hospit Z in The Churchwarden Mr K canny iy a aneae |
eee on. |" “OATCAKE"—6 y.0. (0.1.C. — Con-| Lazaretto for the period Ist April, 1950 to Sist peers Lee tw | 52adiford supported: the motion conveniony nt
Sys re diment). To be sold at auction withou 2. Each Tender must be accompanied by a letter signed me i He said that as a member of the handbag or pocke ; :
Â¥ for the kick off by going pserve to the highest bidder et Garri iron ions ae etiela ; e bound with;_, j iscov that}) thout fea
i. Harrison & Co. for your Foot- ach Eadie at 4 p.m. on Saturdas persons known to possess property » Engaging to become bo o rt ; pf ymmittee he had ours eo aon nara 4
hey have an excellent range | March 4th the tenderer in the sum of one hundred pounds for the due perform- | the attitude of the powers that be }
M2 at various prices as well] Inspection at the paddock invited See in this matter was just like that { THESE PRICES DEFY ;
ere tupment, Make Harrison’s 1.3.50—3n, ance of the contract. 5 ; st be | of “sending the fool further and Obtainable from -') Drug Stores : .
ee on. | “By Instructions of the Insurance Gov, 3, All meat must be of the best quality; the animals mus iy. | turther,” When one went to Mise KNIGHT'S DRUG y ORES- COMPETITION ! ot
an a - I_will sell on FRIDAY 3rd. at COUR- slaughtered at the Market Slaughter House and fresh meat be deliv Are she told him. one thing and ya Agents & Distributors PLASTIC TABLE COVERS 4
Hon & Be fe eens nee o's ren ms Pick “UP VAN ered to the Public Institutions at the contractor’s expense, when he went to Dr. Cummins he > ( one 0
af ur, stall but interesting col- Ganened ter a =r8 ; Bs 4 The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest said something else. He felt they
ber tuieâ„¢n Reproductions. Among Terms Cash. R. ARCHER McKENZIE F
“represented sre Barque, Dufy, ce Ms |






















BY recommendation of Lloyd Agents
3,3.50—-6n. | we will sell on FRIDAY the 3rd Mare”
_ ~~~ | at the Da Costa new worehouse, Wharf
PwcART & HARNESS—One () | 9 BAGS FINE *

Cart & Harness in eo] Sale 12,30 o'clock. Terms Cash
A bargain at $150.00, Phe- BR: » TROTMAN & Co
3.3.50—1n Auctioneers, ~





ment) Order, 1950, No. 6 which will be published in the Official Mr, Sandiford pointed out that

Gazette of Thursday, 2nd March, 1950. ; 2H the argument it forward by
i the maximum wholesale and retail selling G t out preserving
3. see ee ree, © arate. tamed, Soe’ all riabe ket th

prices of “Salmon—Tinned” are as follows: —




CHECKED T.















KRARI & o
was not possi to get. pasture —58e. up ;
2nd March, 1950. erp onnstaennenine—stspeniceecccmmniminore | Sg this playing JERSEY SILKS — 91e. up
ee "ARTICLE —'| WHOLESALE PRICE | RETAL PRICE | jield as had been. very seen Beautiful GEORGETIA |
'
Top eck Apu oS. Cole, C/o S| SALMON—Tinned (not more than) (not more than) ae a was Fae wine
Cole & Co. Lad’ Rosbuse sicee, seal Mil caine | th ee ie ee age

—$1.15
SPUN SILKS in 10 7

Different Qualities 79¢. up
GENTS’ & LADIES’ VESTS



1.3,50—3n

—_—————
WEMBLEY. Navy Gardens. A very
li pleasant modern house in a central and
t to ttteby warned against | popular locality, This residence has
4). wife INEZ GI INS | large lounge, verandah, kitchen & 2
-. I do net hold myse'f| bedrooms on the first floor with extre
M any ae or anyone else con- | rooms. on ground floor now used «# @
a wr t or debts in my name} flat. The garden is walled all round
itten order signed by me | with stone. At the Rrice asked this re-
GITTENS sidence is warth inspecting. DIXON &
Marchfield, BLADON, Real Estate Agents, Auction
St. Philip. | cers, Plantations Building, Phone 4640
2.3.50—2n 3.3.50—1n

are hereby
et to

| to turn his land into pasture lana
Red ‘ $39.00 per case of 48 ) merely beeause the Governor-in-
(a} ny ee Vath, tik or \| 85c. per tin e Committee wanted to
|
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‘ 4 fast get it for a playing field. The
oe es Sey Government could not enforce
his.



BARBADOS BLECERIC StiPPLy
CORPORATION LTD.




$41.40 per case of 96 )
| %-lb. tins or \
| $5.26 per 12 %4-lb, tins}
}



On the other hand what they

45c. per tin







were now being offered was we
thing practically useless = ge }
b). Chum .. | $22.88 per case of 48 purpose, They should allow
One i } 1-lb, tins or f 5le. ner tin
;
;
;
|

$5.87 per 12 1-lb. tins

facts to be known otherwise they
would soon be hearing that the
Government had offered them
money for a perens pn they
had refused it, wag idea
hat they should call a ting in

|the perish to which they should
invite the representative of the

— | cme
Warned against PINE ESTATE—Modern 2 Storey pro-
: ( my Wife ELDICA | perty, Soundly constructe, of co}
Bet rear, Prescod) as T do no! block stone with steel casement wincic
ti tones ee nsible for her or any-| Verandah, lounge, breakinst room, lo-Â¥
Pate a nw ¥ debt co debts | kitchen, 3 bedrooms, toilet & showe
me «OY a written order | Fenced garden, This almost new house
» RICKFoR
. D
B

| is obtainable for a very rarsonable
FRANKLIN | for
rittons New Road

















. |

$



5.28 per case of 96
»-lb. tins or
$3.24 per 12 %-lb. tins




28c. per ten

©



this select neighbourhood. DIXOY
& BLADON, Real Estate Agent










Britons Hill, | tioneere, Plantations Building e (c) Pink $28.16 per case of 48 |parish and let the people — THANI Bros.
St. Mict 1640 3. 50—I i or } 62c. per tin | what the Vestry had done an
5-2. of ei ll l-Ib. tins | what the Governorsin-Executive
—— | THE MOORINGS Marine , le }
A five bedroomed reside






| Committee had dong.
$31.04 per case of 96 On the suggestion of Mr. Collin /

Pr. Wm. Hy. St.



Hote

PPaAYs re isto




me. O apr Sata : V4c. per tin | it was decided that the Playing 6, 42 & 53 Swan Street .
A : “ Siete tee lb tins| | Field Committee sRould approach
Dwr my ADON. Re 3.8 per 12 - t yo sper ae « ‘
, ERT iSE 7 ————-—-_—————— es Governor on the matter FSS





PAGE EIGHT



Charles Claims He
Can Beat Joe Louis

Anytime,

EZZARD CHARLES,

heavyweight champion, ass
“decisively” beat J

desires to fight.

ye Louis an

r
&

I



JOE LOUIS
Fight Stops: Game
Between Curacao

And Costa Rica



GUATEMALA, Fe 2 :

Over 5,000 angry far g .
to the playing field here tonign
take the part of Curaca .
free for ali betwe Cur
Costa Rican pla
match of the Ame
Games

The fight caused officials to st
pend the }












Rica were 1ing me gt
to nil, vy only ree \inute
left for pli

The tré ste
when a Cc ti 4
leta Moli oO t
Curacac e |
was t



carried off « }
When several C
}

started to chase Molir e Cost

Rican substitute n on to the

field and a fist ht rte
—Reuter

| Costa Rica Athletes
fd Withdraw d

From Games

i

4

#

i GUATEMALA CITY, March 1
; Angry at the pro-Curaci
ai | attitude of the spectators, and U
‘ “invasion of the pitch by t
mt public” during the soccer mai
f between Curacao and Costa Rica

in the Central American Gam:













National
erted yesterday that he can

my

f those
in
Louis 36)
“flabby

soe

21.5

Anywhere

CHICAGO, March 2
Boxing Association

y time the retired champion

Writing in the current issue of
bony magazine, Charles declared

“Louis is eight years older than

am, and I don’t say I'll get on
bicycle like Jersey Joe Wal-
did when he fought Joe, but

eight years differenc*
ages” (Charles is 28, and
Charles said Louis is
around the middle and
perfect target for right jabs
is best at counter-punchint
when he has to lead with hi
ight he’s usually wide open.”

(C.P.>}

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Puerto Rico
Girl Breaks
Record

GUATEMALA, March 2
Mexico won the Women’s 400

metres freestyle relay in 5 minutes

the Central
swimming

at
Games

seconds
American
vents.
The Cornell University student,
Annexy, won the hammer
ing event for Puerto Rico
i established a Central Ameri-
record of 45.87 metres
Curacao and Salvador played a
iraw in soccer in the pres-
e of 10,000 spectators

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Costa Rica and Haiti were due

meet in another soccer game,
the last minute, it was
nounced that the Costa Rica

then re-entered
despite the earlier
that they wou'd
decision to with-

had not




led by their goal at

me, but Curacao tied the
en Boys made the on)
minutes after the inter-
McKenley of Jamaica won
00 metres track event
while the Women’s
Throw went to Judith
of Panama with 36.29

—Reuter.



Belleville Tennis
Club Results

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CARLTON Football Club will} JOSHUA WILLIAMS a 30-yea?-|joms affecting women and *hil- 7.30 a.m From, the Thies Pry |
slay a practice tech against ajold fishe: f 2 eee _ neo e, 7.50 a.m elu a.m
van ‘aa Pickwick Rover tie | Sea suuwneen to ee ects Gren, were 9° important, and so wine Editorials; 8.10 am. Pio
tt : ” wet one month’s im- | g:mcult “women politicians, espe- | samme Parade: 8 16 a.m. London Light
“ie neon at Kensington. Play |prisonment by His Worship Mr.| Canty if they are also enthusiastic ) (5% TA" News; is Ne
commences at 4.45 p.m. The teams|H. A. Talma yesterday after he was | are as follows: — _ | found guilty of stealing tamarinds |,pje contribution to the common Ante pm. Listeners’ Choice; 1 p-r
CARLTON: H. A. King, D.| valued at 14s. 74, growing on the} welfare.” ie Debate Continues: 118 Bm oF.
Williams, V. Por:er, F. Hutchinson | lands of E. K. Walcott and the| F hewsreel: 1.30 p = ae Saal
c. Clairmonte, E. W. Marshali, 8.| property of George Hill of Ho-- Sir John Shaw said finally tha’ . Pitan; 2.15 p.m. Sports Reve. :
Hutchinson, N. S. Lucas, (Capt.) | borne, Fontabelle. the new constitution, 1s waS Na- 2.30 p.m Denis Matthews alt age ele
K. B. Warren, K. Hutchinson and | ltural, had been vehemently criti- Fe sae 3B =, Comore oe
R. And ‘ews. | The story was that Williams | Gised “by many that it does not go Paes se. fio p.m. The Daily Serv
ROVERS: R. Stanley G,)picked the. tamarinds, and then |far enough and fast enough, and ‘435 p.m. ts at the Opera; 5 Pp.) }
Proverbs, R. Atkinson, M. Foster, } informed Hill that he would have|py some that it goes too far and ' Kay on the Keys: $15» mee Te
D. Worme, V. Hunte, (Capt.) W.)to pay. for them. j i too fast.” ee “ wp m. Interlude; 6 p.™
Wells, J. Hunte, V. Cozier, G. Williams had one previous con- | eo New Records; 6.45 @m- Anthology
Jones, and K. Taylor. viction for unlawful fossession,| He said that tur his part in thi |7 pm. Ts a tay at Tsien Diary
wi ‘as DU I sohuti «a ful | Analysis: > oo at
a eT College when he was put on bond. | proves of evolution he (008 404) | oat: Ppa me, Sree?
SPARTAN will meet Harrison share of responsibility. = ewseel; 8.15 Pome News: 9.10 Pp.»
College in a friendly game of the nature of a compromise”, h. | Tones News Pirom Britain: 9.15, P
Se ie a4 Sitiiad. amend ies assert tha’ comtinues; 9.90 p.m. Take it
cotball at the College grounds concluded, and cyn aman f The e ; it?
_ this afternoon Play starts at is ‘ : Magazine; 10.45 p.m
| at hope to God that, in Unis re jum , The News.

| Affairs; 11 p-â„¢-

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STOLEN—
POISONED

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Match Drawn | 4 panne thief entered the| in the chair at this Boyt Beate: lig” Noone en, of Station
. . jlands of Newton Cozier at Rock | Society mee oi ; driven by Berkley ou
; COLOMBO, March 2. | Hall, St. Thomas, during Monday | Governors, ex-Governors, an = ant aon hil was complete-
Bg mag og on ane night last and walked away with | Lord Chatfield, in its audie=.<- astjestroyed when it cate ot
G , wean abe . : i reful }
innings toval of 166 for the lone aa bunches of bananas valu: Sir John Shaw expressed recre wile it aon bei George on
of only ¢ aaa here tone. that “electoral vagaries” in th. vrednesday night about 9.4
then they lost three quickly while) hese bananas are dangerous | country had caused Mr. Crete whe truck was not insured

raising their score from 173 to
176.

Overnight the Commonwealta
bad scored 113 for 1. This was
ine second and last day of the
match, and by the luncheon inter-
val the Commonwealth, 245 for
6 wickets, held a lead of 79 w ith |

for they are all treated with Slug |
Poison.

Tones to lose office. —(By Cable,
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Six Cases Of
Tuberculosis

4 wickets standing. |
The Commonwealth innings : |
closed before tea for 36?, giving Notification of infectious di- |
them a first innings lead of 196.|seases for the month of February |
}

include six cases of tuberculosis.
according’ to a release submitted
by the Chief Medical Officer. i
Other cases are two of diphtheria
four of enteric fever and one of
meningitis. |
|
|
Child Health Centre
POLICE BAND directed by
Capt. Raison in attendance. |

Heavy rain then fell and no
further play was possible, so that
the match ended in a draw.

—(Reuter.)

Australia Plays
S. Africa Today |

PORT ELIZABETH, March 2.

Australia has made no change
in their team to play South Africa
in the fitth and final Test starting
here tomorrow, tne side being the
same which won the first three
Tests and drew the fourth.

Retention of the same eleven
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DINNER SERVED

before the great concert

Band Concert

To be held at
HASTINGS ROCKS

TO-NIGHT at 8.00

In aid of the St. Lawrence

on Friday the 3rd March 1950
Between 6.30 and 8.30

probably a unique occurrence in ADMISSION:
cricket history. The side wa‘ Non-Members -o- 1/6
chosen today in a private warc 3.3.50.—I1n.

of the local hospital where the
Australian team’s manager, Mr.
E. A. Dwyer. is suffering from
influenza

It had been expected that nc
changes would be made as it seem-
ed illogical if they would disturb
a combination which had won the
rubber. Those who did not play
in the series were Alan Walker
Geoff Noblet (bowlers), Gil Lang-
ley (reserve wicketkeeper) and
Ken Archer (batsman).
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Pending the outcome of the _ Nicholls vs. P. Patterson and G AuStralia: A. L. Hassett (Capt.) |
officials sus} ‘ Manning. A. Morris, J. Moroney, K. Miller |
in which ( Mrs. ( onnell and Mrs. Barnes N. Harvey, S. Loxton, C. McCool
to participate . Mrs. D. Worme and Miss L. I Johnson. R. Lindwall, R. Sag-
Game ft t sent aabonl gers and W. Johnstqg=—Reuter.
message to Pre t }
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attempt € > ISSSSSSSSS9S9S99G- SS SS9O" —POSOSIOS FSSOGSSS™:
fire King Donates _ Holmes Resigns |] MEETING | ane ;
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fh SOF ret were a euter The King has offered a Challenge Chairman of the English Test a ween § ar |
i —_—_— ip for a new series of Interna- Cricket Selection Committee, has + WHOLE CORN y
rhs To E liminate oon oe ae along ‘he resigned the post, due to ill health % |
fd 1 i 2 2 t 1e famous merica s Cur Group Captain Holmes captain-
‘yi contest ; rhe King’s offer was ed Sussex for several seasons be- TO-NIGHT ° CRACKED CORN
Slow Plav oeeeenase at : meeting of the fore the war and managed the l CANADIAN WHOLE OATS
J Yacht Racing Association yester- M.C.C, team in South Africa dur- , r ¢
¢ gi rit. ine, 1088-1980. He had been 2 | FRIDAY
KDO? ; he trophy will be the Brit member of the Test Selection
America’s 7 i sae Cup and the series will Commitvee since 1939. Other mem . CRUSHED FEED
siened. t ‘elit oe oe ae mmemorate the centenary of bers of the present committee are MARCH 3rd
P me athe eilaiohe a * nsive che first Americas Cup race. Rules A. B. Sellers, R. E. S. Wyatt anc | ' ° B. A. FEED
; Sahn rues ‘ “ib at ps 7 : r the new competition ee yet to T. N. Pearce.—Reuter. 8 o'clock
pen able Tenni nan pio ye drawn up but it is likely that »~~
va ee 7 coe hey will be similar to those for The Weather . LAYING MASH
os ay eee, meee Y, the 1851 race, The same course ‘
10, and 11 round the Isle of Wight will be under the Auspices of ¢ GROWING MASH
An official India team will take used (C_P.) TO-DAY the Caribbean Workers
a — a or of 20 ye a Union o FINE SALT
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seven, and a similar number f: l o-night At Rocks Lighting: 6.30 p.m. ; y
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lp entered. son Nhe ee gee ck when Harry | Mainfall: (Codrington) Nil —
from 14 co untries, no fev °S Lauder songs will be played in Temperature (Max.) 83.5" F SSS PIOLDOLL PSS LESS
+ lapel 586 19 fewer than memory of the composer who Temperature (Min.) 71.5 ¥. {|
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PAGE FOLK BARBADOS ADVOCATE Utility M BARBADOS & ADVOGffE r-. T --r nn 11 w tAnw o> Us. • %  "' "' *"•••* %  •• Kridnv, March l UM A I M iii A Public Utilities Commission ll II. I SIII.IIM. -S H. E. I. C. floral AiiilH*J*dnr. THE forthcoming visit of Her Royal Highness Princess Alice and her husband Karl of Athlone will sanst'. Of the peoples of the West Indies for trffe presence among them of members of the Royal Family. Within recent times there has been a misunderstanding of the word Empire rather because "f the concentration on the ideal of self-government than •.hr.mgh disloyaltv • Those of i bo slill remain within the British Empire are bound to feel that the presence of members of ihe Royal Family amjnR us indication that the old tics which bind I m still 'here and Still preserving. It is not the firsand the Earl of Athlone ban among us be) and have ei • he hoM.iMlity of the people-. while ,ns "' our n But it is AthM as ambassadors of i,y hp minions and the distinction of being Governor General of two Dom:.,. It was in 1914 that he was appointed Governor General of Canada but %  | to the outbreak of the first World until twent;. la' 1 '''. In 1923 he I,. South Africa and it was hi I deared himself to the African people by learning their language. In lb Prn> %  Id a special place, and in order to satisfy them the Earls t office was extended for a period of two years Later, in 1940 at the height of the Second World War the Earl who had rendered fine service as a soldier was appointed Governor-General of Canada which he had not been able to fill in 1914 }|,.,,loo th* Earl and Princess Alice achieved further personal success. Her Roval H daughter 0< lTi.ll I . Duk* of Altai N i daughter of the late Queen Vattoris She has always lenselv %  ol ,h '' C l the Empire and it is by her lamty a..d personal contacts, tat Inter%  Minion, of life aod work that she stands out as a friend "1 cokonis still Commandant In Chiel re limited. Hi : preset.-. .has lust been installed .. • University Coll. a of th. Tn s i I last month in 1U cotnpli 1 %  at at •Itlite clllland in each colony she has already -. eing this work. It is littiiii' that her BoytJ i. has the prtvik I.Qu. and humamtv of ll gland after Ucnaral, %  nd the rs that the people of Barbados SINCE my articles appeared hi \UVOCATE of February ,tn and 2Mb there has been ample •re of me peat lntere.1 taken by Barladian. at present in the aubjecl of electric supply, and many people have asked me lor more apeciric information on tails A Minimi T>-llon la with reference to Ihe exact nature of a Public Commission to carry out the duty of supervUing rh* 1 imbue, in the island, and this Is • point on which I feel it Is perhaps not fltllna for a comparative newcomer like myself to dogmatise Under ihe circumstances however It is a fair nuosllon and I will try to answer it with at least a tentative sugge* lion, as follows, and subnet to direction by those more laminar with local conditions I would be one of the last to suggest adding another ponderous and cxpenalve Item to the existing machinery d Goven.menl am where, and m a small community like llarbados 1 believe uld be possible to set up a mission of. say 3 or a M wlllinii to "rye on an honorary basis, and to hold meeting once or twice a month, or as often as necessary to deal with „ that came before them Their responsiliillly would be in Ihe nature of I watching brief ,,,, %  ol the put ic ,, ,uch as water supply. %  and trar.sseeun In, humanly possible %  efficient and reliable service to the public, at vest rates, consistent ihert,nd at the same time i ihe shareholders ot when operated by private enterl "l !" 'believe that what 1 am BU|1 gelling is only the bringing up U) date of aomething that seems 10 definitely need that In Barbados. Thinss have chanted a treat deal ,,"cethe Acts of 189 >"d 1901 were passed, when man. retarded electricity and lei.1 as prequisltes of the rich and hevond the reach of the majority i am a staunch supporter or prlvati md believe 1 imonlyl~.>. '"''"' In realising thai, to survive now. II must be really enterprising and not Insist on being extremely private about matters that are the legitimate concern of the general ''"in"other countries it U rapidly 0, to be recognised that the lit has a right to information formerly held secret, about th' tie. and protlis of concerns that supplv its needs. It would he part of the responsibility of ammission to see thai our unities recognise this right. 11 might be thai any office or I...arial stall needed could be ..led by utilising Ihe partlime service, ol existing perwn.i Government Departments, ard thus avoid unnecessary ex. The most pressing problems should be grappled with first, and •;. supply would seem „.. priori!* I do not share UM an leel we are f ilanter when Ihe damaged engines are again running, a. 1 think it might he only a reprieve before further troubles Manv visiting Americans and Canadians have expressed prise on hearing lhat there Is no Public Utility Commission at present in Barbados, and that the privately ownsd companies have so much freedom to raise rates end jrnerally do a. tiiey please, without let or hindrance. I have myself been astonished by Ihe extent to which many Barbadian. Mem lo accept the explanations offered by company officials and resign themselves to whal strikes visitors as an intolerable condition The officials presumably has.fallh in Ihelr own explanations but my technical m.nd dwMs on Iht things for which no explanation is offered, the sort of things into which it would be the duty of Ihe Commission to inquire. In the natural exercise of Its runcIt is of course always difficult for non-technical persons to prOOeriy weigh and assess Ihe pros an • %  ">>• technical matters. In fad it ", "racticaUy impossible, and this In itself manes a very strong argument for setting up a Commission Including one or more technically qualified men, charged with the duly of guarding the public Merest When necessary it would also function to fee lhat the utilities had failplay when they were reasons!! entitled to some concession Irom Ihe public, which must happen sometimes. Supplv Company to real nual anaiaial return to the l.oyernment. which is published in the Oflicial Oazette. I have looked up the latest return 1 ran llnd In th.Reference Library. hich is a """' S5 M,!? "' blllties as of June 30th. 1948 No doubt this complies wi.h the law unless or until the Governor deems lit lo exercise his power to demand a complete and detailed examination of the record The balance th. I and issued capital at lhat date, with quite substantial amounts In general reserve and depreciation account. From sucn a brief statement it u of course impossible to s.of the actual cost ol generating electntin in Barbados, or whether Ihe protiis are small or large Since I wrote me article printed on February 25th I have received some interesting information about the electrical utility In British Guiana, from a source that 1 feel must be regarded as unquestionably accurate According to my informant the steam turbine plant there h..~ enjoyed an enviable record of reliable performance for many years past, and the rates at which electricity is sold are quite substantially below those in Barbados, while the plant may be fata-ly considered comparable with our. as to sue and general operating conditions. The fuel used Is crude al Irom Trlrldsd. I have since been -rying to think of any valid reason whj rent should be cheaper in B.C. than it is here I make a useful suggestion on this point' The Utility Commission that 1 visualise would be able to gather definite data on comparable plants as a useful guide in deeming where and how Barbadians might benefit from the cxiof other communities. Another function would be as an authority before which to lay grievances Since I have been in the Island I have heard quite a lot of people grumbling about the defect of the system, apart from in* serious condition that has existed during Ihe past 8 weeks or so However, it seems that al ursaei there is nowhere 10 go with a grievance. real ot imagined, whereas it could be a duty of the Commission to hear and weigh grievances, and in case of on that seemed legitimate, give th. Company opportunity to stale its case in reply. A well regulated at should make a point of planning for future grow.n and expansio. %  tor it, and .. trauld Comm.ssion to approve <.i plans, and if necessary to demano that proper and Un taken lo translate plan -.. so that the of the community a larded by a shoton the part of Company Directors. This ap % %  > m portant when the actual conlro of the Company is not in Barbado at all but in Englatory of engineering projects of al. kinds there have been man in which the policy that w... desirable technically has been >c aside for financial reasons, and v.. are surely entitled to the me assurance that this wli not be done with the I Barbados. What real asIhere be without a regulating body of son I -.. with the necessary a cal quahllcations and the authority to exercise the n diction over our mil r! At present we seem to be far too much at the mercy of gentlemen sitting in offices in London, who may or may not be genuinely unselfish In putting our best Interests before their own. It might take time to set up such a Commission :.s t have outlined above, as it would sumably call for legislation to be enacted. In the meant., situation with reference Ifl .pply is urgent, and the entire course of evenpast 2 or 3 years has bean lhat the need for a searching inquiry into the real cause, and possible remedies seems to be strongly indicated, as well as into the matter of the rates charged for the poor service given. So far as I can tell from reading the Acts, no special legislation is needed before Instituting such an inquiry, as the Itecstssao were written Into the Acts as they were pasted from 40 to 50 years ago. Now some energetic and publicspirited persons have taka with a view to presenting a petidnl that the tto be hoped that the public will respond wholeheartedly an I promptly by signing the petition Views On lto#< A comparatively short seawon .,! UM House of A-aembly la Tuesday was principally devoted to the subject of beer — at least a pleasant eiiouh topic A bill. moved by 111 iVUms, to regulate ing ul ihis cboti age was passed with little argument and considerable interest rod ruimiinits on the matter were made by 111 OOdrtoajM Ihe moit Interesting bMng the question of b i out that several local manufacturer* of mineral waters Iha importation ol H| that % %  l,|.,JMINi-d l,H'W'I> WlillUl Ml .ill probability I. ww. I wt-uld not consider it a wise move(or any b*r plant to be obliged DM bottles of other ..therwlM. tor wares It may be that the .of the proposed *>f* w f5 v I have already made plans for tno procuring H buttle* from an DOTside source, for having to rely ,;ili". ol foreign comueti0] ambiguous. Tba n...ti.i of prtea nui utl docttlt whrihtr the proposed brewery will prove a fl I ., dismal flop" -tin re. must be within the | MI which that ot rands most rnot Thirty-six cents, the . .' sn.i English b*r. t* out ol the lew salaried man. II laf" U .1.1. The brewery will have to dtj one would assume, almost entirely on the local market, for the prospects of exporting, on any large scale, do not appear to be bright. Other West Indian islands would be a logical market, but Trinidad, where a fair quantity of beer is consumed, have a plant ol then 1 do not. incidentally, re call seeing a bottle of Trinidad beer on any other island wltl | Tobago. Mr Al alert to the but his fears as to foreign comu from importations such as whisky nnw if Iha brewery intended to MToduca .i draNLlht beer from the wood. This might we. be thi in otheri v J • ,, ' **** world Druni Mat &f Bula al-> op*n %  nuirksrl In liiiili '..i CMh ., tahOMl %  cmtm ar* uasUl> rl\utuibi' rot ptuvp iBtrUruUrly nmiunssraliMJum how many wnuld B> In Ihaprvpoaswl taow ImluKrT would drpnd. m Mr Godtfetrd %  *•*. ••" u .uccMH of product If Uw prtc l> rftfti •.lid Uu> q utllH cult'Parable'• bf|MU, Ihne ahutild IM %  ibwqtNnt "" .. (airly Ui>. l M Mo. certain hon memberdid Mri knpe-iir to be) n> rnoiir ol ouUadfi tx-mins lo thin lttliK up bu<.ina, but Ihi-rs; r IM ntMd -S*t lorcirn Mpitf 1 Ihr brsw |—— nM OuMd* icttuiu In rrnployiiMni u %  %  1—%  Imukl. In UU-M UIMI, rc*iw ever >MHing' th* bra* Imluatry bsW-i-igbuy rwt OUSMO* *urpr. ictulU In rrnployiMnl Of loral 11 *-m. quite nsatunally, not T*AW*1^I .* to whether the company intend to produce mine than one brand ol beer oi whether they intend to IB also veemt to I local Ml* Arwrt tioni ihr mailer ol price, much t !" will depend on th* co-opef*m>n lail s'..ic. f.ubn and hotel.. Wllh Canadian brer now unobUlnabl*. A local product -hould conpar* lavotir. iud brand* ai ar* presently ... Htd may well prov vast I v Some o( the Imported be*r which lru M-iibr ht% U-tnl her* haa rrarmble* %  %  il •d I am unable lo *y. a* :.t rvay b* put Th*a are Miurt (ki. LB th* !**%  %  houlmx. no baUllnr. Ju* rouUne The prvvloui Tuaday I had barely had time lo **tU* down to mj i MM rudely •' thrown out lo |* a. i al KcnaUuton And nol to Ions aa i mm asnd t., •* %  laal i M a** : old day. will return, human oatur* Ihe Vegetables You Eal THE Caribbean ti %  iadcqualei md full employment and %  tandards for Iheir popcan mil continue lo neglect the pro.mmodities, sucn %  which represent a substantial ,. nditure in their import This is Ihe general conclusion reacl ,-clahlcs Trade of Ihe (.mlitx-aii seventh in the series of external trade bul latin* being published by the Central Secntariat of the Caribbean Commission, rhii conclusion is supported by comprehensive a showing imports of fresh vegetables cabbages, canned vegetables, pn tomatoes, potatoes, onions, peas, beans, and the like, into the territories during the thirteen vears, 1935—47. by weight, value .nd countries of origin The quantitv and destination of the exports I I commodities are also given, thus ing a complete picture of the Cl uation, and allowing the to decide for himself the truth or otherwise ol the assertion frequently made that the Caribbean territories produce what they do ni t consume and consume what they oroduce. TBis study indicates tne extent to which the Caribbean diet is dependent on h for its simplest requirements and tbi number of countries from which those imports mall in the aggregate II !" affords an example of one direction 11 .imiliar recommendations for the o. cation of Caribbean economy and the local production of basic foodstuffs, can be implemented. The "Commission territories combined %  (•presented in 1946 a market for 131.420 tona of vegetables, as follows: fresh vegetables, 3.809 tons; potatoes. 67,258 tons; peasi ana beans. 29,648 tons; onions and garlic. tons; dried, canned and preserved vegetables 17 715 tons. The total imports for 194b repre.ented an increase of 79* over the total IroT 1935. which amounted to 75.977 tons, as follows; fresh vegetable*, 3.227; p 3?.508; peas and beans, 24.602: onion garlic. 10.166; dried, canned and pi. 2.174. Converting the European currencies into States currency at the official rate! %  jf exchange then prevailing, the Con-rie. spent $4,475,584 US on theii table imports in 1935 and S18.33u.32b. or lout times as much, in 1946. Two further considerations of great sigiuli cance emerge in the present currem •nt to which these imports h:uropean territories originate In hard .-urrencv areas, the United States and Canpies may be cited Uniteu trade in fresh vegetables with Jamaica, Bahamas and -Martinique; Canada's doii.inI the potato and onion trade of the British We*t Indies; the large imports ol peas and beans and dried, canned and preserved vegetables from the United State* mto the Bahamas. Jamaica, Martinique, St Kttsmd St. Vincent. "The acute shortage of dollars in the t anb bean", the bulletin slates, in might well be i of a leak for which no obvious necessitj if apparent. The second consideration is, perhaps, more .. representing an active, rather than a passive, attack on the dollal :,ither than saving dollars, I: cation of Caribbean .1 from its ither than a purelv insular aspect, th I bard currency areas in the Caribbean area whose getabls* corntituta one of the most promising sources of dollars foi Caribbei i is. Those %  Puerto Rico and the Netherlands West Indie*. hi not to find it lm-. book continues "to produo tables which could hold their own in. local markets with imports from distant l-atin gag pt, Cyprus, Madeiru. Rumania, and ,, I Caribbean tomatoes, especially lo %  r Puerto H bers to the Ol ** increasing export" of vcart.ihles from the Dominican Republic 1" Netbtrlandi Wi 'no the is. together with the export the Bahamas, are seen as so an putcnlialiti. ... increase the i %  I In this i. .urn linn, the most hopeful dec. is felt to be i' vegetal.: ports not only In the local market bul also in Barbados. great difficulty bcrore which %  %  '""i"'...ii. Ihe a small conlorence 01 •..Ustical officers 'this vear. ind the Commission's Central So : Ing the tarlfTI the esstnlial commodities imported hv Ihem Deleihen have this inlorthai .is.—c.c. Tins DANISH CREAM 3^ "" Asst. Tins ENGLISH PLUMS 40 NS RED LABEL BEER ... 26 2 1 (OLO-VVtUli SIOHas WE HAVE Al.l'MlM .M SINKS with Double Drain Boarf, M.IMINL'M SINKS wilh Single Drain Boare, AM 'MINI M SINKS, N ins. x IS ins. gNAMEL SINKS. 21 in~. x lb ins. h M basVXlltJ PORt 11.A1N SINKS. 27 ins. x 18 ins. PORCKI.AIN BASINS. 25 x 18 ins. & 22 n %  (with or without Pedestal) COPPER PIPE, *to„ 'J in.. ',in.. & |i,i„. and ntthlgl WILKINSON II.VVNIS CO., LTD., Succeiwn I. C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. Phones: .472, 4687. from our Bis Selection of CRETONNES nd the Popular Howered PLAN 111 MM. K> W.I K SHOW!* CWM" DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT A REAL Ol II IIIAIHHN ls%Vl Everybody Walk* In tin MM*!* Bruad rod .In I'adook mm %  hould walk with i: stopped spf-'bkiutc I that from U \o.M him. I diked mj KMtn. / uulhttll I F A %  If Mr Baeannoa (JIU to comHtttuMi a v nual (icneral Meeting, then that in nettht-t fault inn mum me, howt Aith f il A F A The publu ii. but •till not short ciiouBh for the ng public of Barbados to foi get that only last >ewv Mr Shannon was p i tins another" O S roIM'IN Mom ,,,,SN AMOUNT FOR TIIEVFARTO30T1IJINK. I IMS .,. ^^ ,„, IMS C 1M7 t uiislrati.ii B y Expenses in London a Barbado.. Secretarial aers'ices Audit mnittoa expenses, cablas. printing 4 lUtionr^r. jeri (£1.350 I Bdviaor> C It,a Miaeellaneoua experuea provision (or preclatlon of Plant and equipment 7.500 7.5O0 prollt on tradlnf .. Interest, discount transfer fee. .. Interest on Tax Re*rve certificates IMS 1 1947 t 34.177 34018 353 119 447 11-' 13.500 13.500 for lU.OOO 10.000 ,.,rd 1,*SJ 1.S5H £25.1(2 C25,'.a8 %  IVES SHIKE CAPITAL THOK1SKD I. ISSl ED 1200.000 brought down StJM B a I a n a brought forunili 1.95B 1,853 I DELIGHT FOR THE FAMILY THIS WEEK-END £23,162 £25,458 Mill IV ^lllir CockUll Sherkin. CockUII Sausage Corklall PeanuU ,,i,,. Potatoes ii..i. i linn..n ii,.i P'oealine PkM i slerj llralU 3.UI 2.643 / /.. In. i/v lifum SIR eal taar n.*m of tbr : ll [ UM Oiieraii •• tl SUPPLY COatXMLATIOM LTD taken from ,:i<49 vision haa been made for of ins* 124 637 Balance being 23.204 23.805 £34,649 t34.6ii7 T.. The Idllor. The Advocate. NIK R nceasion ol the aeeond A | Service." over %  m-ecMtto. %  loan •!! on. r>h. denoi [34,649 £34.907 munlt.v in genei •. i ... 1 ho; more people to spend this of an hour Ii these service.. deepen r.ed and lo Ihe Mann,. ..deait be r. lhat no other item be Mih-.* place. A great aervl being render. i "Early Da broadcast. M. V TAYLOR. MEAT DEPT. Ill : I llll W ~H H* i.ni %  mill i "\ IOH01 i A r< ,W** Hou^'hoW"?£2&U Kni.Ha C" (HIDDABIP



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\i I SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE 'KIDAY. MAR(n J, mnu'iH'i FOOD YEAST For Style Teefh \m Loot* T*.m „-,„ (h ,, „ Mf|f|K Tr.rt Month w M££*JV* I-MA? thai ,u .**„ 5^" -N ^'^ %  mono l*m en riarn .£ %  "** '* % %  Snecia 1 !-; designed for Barbados, this black Patei c Oxford is now on show in leading stores. See them for yourself. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right PAINS I THE BACK DOT"" kBowtta, rue of btcfcadK ta^r cumulate and tht na+ZgZ 53sr.-atS5; bKtoci icuom %  rrvr conieqtnct. Faw.^* U c 2i" T D ** %  I ""> !" I*I*I" ^ lm Iran boo,_ A —-Ti .K|—; •II mb v ."I De Witfi Pin. lulactuftd under g eoodrttooa and the <^nm forro to rifid Iv Juoi 4 %  DEWtirai: 7Ae World's Best Concentrated Vitamin FOOD for. .. Children and Adults. YEAST the greatest modem food discovery, supplies Vitamin B2 for a balanced diet, and for extra Proteins so necessary to health and strength. Add Food Yeast to your normal diet and yuu will add more body energy and better health. Rcconm;noed Dailv Rition half ounce tor each pi cteert spoons) can be isktn mixed witn CotOP. nttl*. Fruit ,i, oi itMftd •> %  '•• COOkittf to Soups. Kl Stews. %  Ad Minces. Porndre etc Order your supply to-day from your Grocer or I)ruKt£i'*t. Distributed by MDSMN HI A IO.. LIB. Distributors WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. Inc. B. G. Announcing the arrival 1950 PRBTCOLD REFRIGERATORS 4.44 c.f. capacity See the New Features in IheteALL STEEI. BODY. SEALED UNIT. wilh a 5-year Guarantee Lei U demonstrate these to Yntt. IT. WM. FOGARTY LTD. (INCORPORATED IN BRITISH GUIANA) THE HOUSE OF HOUSEHOLD LINENS OUR AFTER-SIOCK TAKING CLEARANCE I SALE BEGINS ft wValueP

Friday
March 3

1850.



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—

Under Secretary
For Colonies

lee Announces Junior Ministers

LONDON, March 2,
| pRIME MINISTER, Clement Attlee tonight announce
| © the new junior ministers of the Government. The Cab
yet and senior ministers have already heen declared
The ministers announced are:—
¢ Parliamentary and

} Secretary to the Admiraiiy

‘ l S| N | Leonard Jamés Callaghan.

i a Ministry Pariiamentar
Under - Secretary — Aida

PETITION |

Meryville wley
a4 ‘
PARKED into action by the



a



Ministry of C
lramentary Se
Beswick

Colonial

retary Fran

Office Parliameniar





ma set of electricity. cuts that | a er ee Thoma
: INn¢£ am 00.
been imposed for nearly two , rina ahs cats
hs now, the signing of peti- Commonwealth Relations Par

ms asking the Governor to
to be carried out a five-

« investigation into the

—Lord Holden,

wking of the Electric Company Secretary — Stanley Normar
ppining force. About 131 con-| ° |. Evans. om nO
mers of electricity had signed oreign ffice Parliamentar:

Under - Secretary
Albert John Davies.

Home Office Parliamentary Un
der-Secretary — Geoffrey D
Freitas

wihe end of the business day Ernes
ord evening, and many
are expected tc do so to-

Bs

pe Advertising Department of

Advocate started to receive| Ministry of Labour Parliamen
ons from Wednesday in re- tary Secretary —. Frederick
to an advertisement Lee

fing in the Advocate signed| Ministry of National Insurance:
Lillian Coe, on behalf of the Parliamentary Secretary —
tric Consumers’ Association Harry Bernard Taylor
hados. Twenty people sign- Scottish Office Parliamentary
n Wednesday and 91 more Under-Secretary — Miss Mar-
d yesterday. garet McRorie Herbson

finted copies of the petition —Reuter.



fe distributed to some Broad
stores yesterday, but few
esigned at these places. It is
fed that there will be many
signers in the stores to-day,
fuse this is one of the bright-
shopping days of the week,
aday when many people
mthe country parishes come
the city.

Doctors Too

were among yesterday’s
hers. The electric cuts are
‘their X-Ray practice no
About half of the petitions
Teached the Advocate were
it by hand while the other
" posted. There was no
fof petitioners, but they came
jseady stream all day long.
five purposes of the re-



New Under Secretary

Is An Electrician

THOMAS F. COOK, the
new Parliamentary Under-
Secretary for the Colonies,
is an electrician. The son of
a miner, he was born in
1908, and elected senior
member for Dundee in 1945.
He was educated at Glas-
gow, and is married with
a son and a daughter,

Mr. Cook is an electrician
and’ {sa “mémber of the
Electricians Trade Union.
Formerly a member of the

| investigation are, to Independent Labour Party
Oper generating equip- and the Scottish Socialist

% be installed, to have
supplied at proper voltage
cheaper rates, examination
finances of the Barbados
Supply Corporation, to
f if the surcharge on bills
be retained and why the |
nt on bills paid promptly |
not be restored to 20 per

Party, he joined the Labour
Party in 1933. He is a lec-
turer in Economics and In-
dustrial History for the
National Council of Labour
Colleges and has been Par-
liamentary Private Secre-
tary to Sir Stafford Cripps
ike appointoent of -a| and Mr. Harold Wilson at
Mt Public Utilities Com- | | the Board of Trade.

h with full authority over |

tates and capital financial





IMPROVING

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent
LONDON, March 2.
Sir Hubert Rance, Governor-
Designate of Trinidad, said to-day
that Lady Ramee, whose
caused them to. postpone their
departure from the United King-
dom was ,noy much better.
They'll be leaving for Trinidad on
April 8 on board,the Elders and
Fyffes ship Matina. Originally
|}they had planned to leave on
} March 9

Perowne For |
Cyrenaica

March 14

Advocate Correspondent)

LONDON, March 2
r art Perowne, who until
y was the Colonial Secre-
bados, is departing for
appointment as Adviser
ster of the Interior of
fom of Cyrenaica on

By Cable
Britain’s Labour
Cabinet Meet

LONDON, March 2
The new British Labour Cabine:
today met for the firsi time to
approve the terms of the King’s

sent Mr. Perowne is on
gland. He and his wife,

as the writer “Freya
will nov be unfamiliar
Aditions in this newly cre-
® state under Sheik Else-
th has been carved after







ffom Mussolini’s African] speech at Parliament’s state open-
. }ing on Monday
ms e Spent many years of | The speech is expected to be
Ohial service in the Middl cautious, giving a vague picvuré
â„¢ the Palestine and Aden/of business between now and the
“orate—By Cable. end of July.—Reuter



tWomen Politicians

Are Invaluable
Says Sir John Shaw

Our Own Corresponden

LONDON, March

, Was an ele

of “putting
”

would now be quite out of the

: 2 | question
ment of illogi- | Referring to the new constitu-

the cart befor: 'tion Sir John said that the Col-
. Ps the extension of| gnial Sec retary in approving it
4s uitrage in Trinidad, said

last year—stressed that it was a'so





_. Seaewernoe | ot intended to be treagiionial, with

it Society today | & Stride on the road a .
stressed +h re self-Government. He would sa}

Dnal viner is W it was a long stride. a as

t legislative Council ‘¢on- What the new constitution gave
ly nine tmnbere a i | was “re ponsibility am — =
Put of a total of 18. The fact I firmly believe tha €

to teach responsibility is to
responsibility not preach it
n at there was unl-

nine held their seats either | “2
Yor | give

*y virtue of nomina- Sir



said t



John Said yvhat versal approval of the appoint-
Pint in passin, ne mentioned | ment of Mr. Justice Savary, ;

10n ‘woult a Seeman Trinidadian-born lawyer of dis-

ould be chang a a, Sar

the Sane, Changed | tinction” as appointed—that is not

an © troduction of a
he on “Even so, how-|

tis high) I am not sure
Met hz et ¥Y controversial—i It
“ve been more prudent
Umstances of the
ming aot ,Guite s0 wid
t hig

elected—Speaker of the new

Council was encouraging





well “for the success
’s occupation of his
responsible office.”

' were tw¢
existing

Le i e Cou i botr nomi-

augured
of Mr. Savary
ase tO} dignified and
ing that there
the





@ On Page 8



Hacbados

Thomas Cook Is New

Finance’

il Aviation, Par

liamentary Under - Secretary

Ministry of Food Parliamentary


















LADY RANCE Devisions F or

illness | had offered to raise 30 divisions

‘She Hoped To See |

| MARYVILLE, TENN., March 2.

ruman Would See St



POLICE COMMISSIONERS in
Left to Right: Commissioner
Carstairs, C.M.G.,
Colonies and Chairman of the Meeting;
Col. J. R. A

the Caribbean
J. S. McBeath (Bermuda); Col. R. T
Ag. Comptroller for Development and Welfare,

area attending

Mr. E. K. Boyle (Colonial
Branch, M.B.E. (Leeward Islands); Col. W. A. Calver

Fuchs Case Franee Chooses War | U.S. Senator

Stores From U.S.A.

French Minister of National Defence, Rene Pleven toda’

Shocks U.K. |
Confidence |

, LONDON, March 2

The self-confessed espionage |
activities of atomic Scientist, Klaus
Fuchs, who yesterday admitted to
passing vital information to Russia
on four occasions since 1942, is
recogn.sed by the public here to
have occasioned a shock to con-
fidence in the existing security
irrangements.

Officia’s here continue to main- |
tain that the Atomic Talks in
Washington conducted by a com.
m.ttee composed of the British and
Canadian ambassadors, Sir Oliver
Franks and Mr, Hume Wrong, anda
the American Defence Secretary,
Mr. Louis Johnson, have not

in the National Assembly,

German Ato: )
Activities
Banned

BONN, March 2,
The Allied High Commissioners
today signed a law banning Ger-

broken down. They indicate that|â„¢an activities in the field of
the committee, which has not met | 2#0â„¢mc ae heat
for several weeks, and has no The High Commission law

implements Article 4 of the Inver-
governmental Agreement on pro-
hibited and limited industries in

rmany reached in Washington
on April 8, 1949. This article states
tha’ the production, import, ex-
port, transport, storage, use and
possession of radio-active mate-
rials will be the subject of Allied
regulation in Germany.

further meeting fixed, may one
day sit again. But for the moment,
and until the dust of the Fuchs
case settles, there seems to be no
doubt that its work has been sus-
pended.

Despite earlier official denials
from London, Washington and |



Ottawa, diplomatic quarters here
thought i -ertai i
shear hee eae" Pe “ The new law permits prescribed
overhaul their security Nevwions | activity for reasons of medical and
belore ite Sitter tedhul ane educational purposes.

sions could be held. MI discus Additional authorisations may

be permitted by the Military Secu-
Offer To Raise



rity Board, which will not, how-
ever issue authorisation in cases
where the proposed activities
would constitute a danger to the
Allied forces of occupation, or
would facilitate the re-armament
or remilitarisation of Germany
The maximum penalties for vio-
lation of the law are life impri-
;sonment and a fine of 1,000,000
Dentsche marks.—Reuter,

U.S. Bomber Down
In The Atlantic

FLORIDA, March 2
An American Navy pavro)

W.U. Defence

DUESSELDORF, Mar, 2.
General Kurt Kasso Von Man-
teuffel, ex-Nazi Panzer Corps
Commander, said to-day that he



for Western Union Defence. The
contingent would consist of an
aimoured “corps” supported by
infantry, he as er- ‘
St "See = ha bn bomber was down in the Atlantic
Manteuffel, who has been linked about 300 miles north of San
with the Brudgschaft Organisa- —_ nie poe a _— quens
was giving the details of a Wes- ber on the surface, with life-saving
tern Defence memorandum, sub- afts-in th at tg it was reported
mitted to the West German ae a on aed! — Raggy a *
Chancellor, Konrad Adenauer Nol see io eee ee
wanted Europe to be strong Ani hee later, a Pan-American
enough to resist the attack for at! world Airways clipper, circling
least six months before the Uni-; over the bomber, reported that
ted States could throw in its full | three destroyers had arrived, and
power. He pointed out that Wes- | were starting to pick up the crew
tern Europe’s defence lines must} "“A'navy reacue plane was sent out
be farther east than the Rhine in| from San Juan—Reuter,

the interests of French Security. | *7°™ oY :

—Reuter







Christ’s Return |

(By SYDNEY GAMPBELL)
LONDON, March 3.

A fatal throat ailment has end- British shipowners in the Brazil

ed an elderly woman's hope of| Trade (the United Kingdom—

living until Christ returns to} Brazil Conference Lines) take al

earth. So strong was the belief} serious view of the bank of Brazil's |
of Mrs. William A. Nicholson, 72, order to the effect that freight on







j}ages of time and.the weather for

| denomination.—(CP)

| witness

and her husband that they would } Brazil’s imports shall be payable |
Christ's second coming] only in curzeiros*in Brazil, not in}
that they built a 14 room house Fareign Exchange. i
designed to stand for 1,000 years. The Conference is holding a
The house, made of stone. mar- meeting about it, and is taking!
ble and cement has 18 inch walls, legal and banking advice, Mean- |
oar Bye ro thick and three| while it has issued a notice to!
oot thick roo is ters that, according
When the structure was finished | ern saentuaal from Rio.
in 1946 Nicholson explained that] tne Bank of Brazil has decreed
he and his wife based ‘heir faith] 5+ as from yesterday, March !
in being alive at Christ's return | Foreign Exchange ‘cover for
on the OE se ee ee | imports will ordinarily be granted
an haleitinced . F | only for cost and insurance, not
—— : | fi ight

Our faith in His coming is | for Sreigh “ bs edi
strong enough to cause us to bud | _, 1 view of the ho nonee ae
a house that will stand the riv-| (the Bank of Brazi § decree was
dated Feoruary 13.) The shipping
nes serving Brazil have petitioned
the Bank of Brazil to postpone the
day. Like her husband she was | Sresve date of the new decree,
not affiliated with any religious |‘? allow time for consideration,
| and for necessary arrangements to
be made by all concerned.
Pending clarification of th«
position, the notice from the con- |
ference informs British Exporters |
that freight on shipments to Brazi
will continue to be payable at thé

t of shipment in exchange for

a thousand years, Nicholson said.|
Mrs. Nicholson died on Thurs-



United Mine Workers’
Union Not Guilty

nor

WASHINGTON, Mare b bt "7 ad »
M W
: vA :
he vi freigt as beer
ed Sta ft trike If the decree were strictly enf
—Reuter.* f1 vesterd exporter

would ve.



Shipowners Take Serious
View Of Brazil Bank’s Order



gave the details of the arms France will receive from th
United States under the Atlantic Pact of a joint meetin
of the National Defence and Foreign Affairs Committee

those put into service at the end
of the war, A Communist Deputy
asked M. Pleven on what day and
at what port the first arms ship



M. Pleven said he could not
answer, but that several French
ports were competing to be the
port of reception.

Pleven said it was not possible
to value the arms yet, because
there were four categories, which
would be valued in different
ways: Redundant material,
materiai which would be taken
from United States reserves, non-
surplus material, taken from
stock and material specially
made,

Pleven said the present equip-
ment of the French Army was
essentially that which had been
supplied under the wartime
agreements between the United
States, Britain and the Fighting
*rench This material was
at the end of its useful life

It had not been possible to re-
place it, because some French
arms factories had been destroyed

in the war, and _ replacement
would have had to be made at
the expense of reconstruction.

—Reuter



Queen Mary
Has An Outing

LONDON, March 2

Queen Mary had an outing to-
day for the first time since sh«
came down with a bad case oi
sciatica a month ago. The 82 year
old Queen Movher left Marlbor-
ough House, her London home, in
a car shortly before noon anid
was driven around the neighbour-
ing parks.—(C.P.) |
|

|



lin In Wa





|
be unable to recover the freight

payments, from the _ in:porte:
because the Bank of Brazil wou!d|
not grant foreign exchange.
Under the decree, the shipping
companies would be entitled t
demand a previous deposit i:
curzeiros equivalent to the ‘wi
freight cost. It was understood in |
London that conversion of these
deposits would only be authorisec
ofter the issue of the Bill of Lod-|
ing or sailing of the vessel.

goods. carried in ships
belong to third countries.

the United States more than
Britain,
This Brazilian decree was}

originally issued last December to |
become effective on January 1. [:|
was postponed pending the oute |
come of discussions with a delega-
tion of United States shipowners |
who visited Brazil to try to per- |
suade the Brazilian Government to |
rescind the decree. Evidently the |

| delegation did not succeed

me Czech Premier's office in Prague
The general effect of the decree has committed suicide, the official

that Foreign Exchange for
transfer of the freight payment

| will only be allowed i¢ the im- |

porter has previously deposited |





the ‘payment in cruzeiros in Bray
; at except with pecia
sthorisation Brazil
hard irrency for ‘Treigt
joods brought in ships of
ther than that of the country

wrigin of the goods.—Reuter

Itrade of the quantitavive restric

| the first time since 1939

| passenger lists
Except with special and previous | Rast, Far East, Australia and Nev
authorisation, Brazil will not gran | Zealand, |
convertible ‘Foreign Exchange for | down, shipping lines are divert-
which | ing their latest luxury liners for
This} a series of Mediterranean cruises
‘ affects all ship-owning countries—

able to enjoy the “luxury”

ao f~/

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shington

But Would Go

To Moscow
As A Tourist Only

WASHINGTON, March 2.
§N MORE CATEGORICAL TERMS than on any previous
occasion, President Truman, at his weekly Press Con-
ference, rejected any possibility of his going to Moseow
to discuss with Generalissimo Stalin the means of ending
the current American-Soviet differences,

At the same time, the President indicated that he was
willing to see Generalissimo Stalin in Washington. He
aid that he would see anyone, who was willing to come to
the United States









The President added vhat he
} i ~~ would object to nothing that
India W ill Net would ce ntvibute to ‘the peace of
jthe world. He would cc-operate
y | wholeheartedly with anything
. ; } I t r {that would ccntribute to world
the Conference which opened at Hastings House yesterday morning } Un er Any | peace
Michelin (Barbados); Col. W. A. Orrett (British Guiana); Mr. C. Y. | cs | The Presideat made these state-
Mr. W. C. Johnson, Police Adviser to the Secretary of State for the Pa » fi P; t ments when he was asked to com-
Office) who is Secretary: Col. 8. H. F. Beadon O.B.E. (Trinidad) | él 1¢ ac jment on proposals for a new
(Jamaica) jeffor’ to reach a settlement on
Sa atomic energy control and other
} Lys Nehru ternational’ problems between
| the Soviet Union and the United
| NEW DELHI, March, 2 States
Prime Minister Nehru to'd Par The President alsg denied re-
Advocates | fament today that it was mn ors that the. United States de-
e os India’s policy to enter into an) | fence ituation was deteriorating
. southeast Asian or Pacific Pact | Ye said that the National Defence
PARIS, March 2? A fomic Peace Asked whether a suggestion \ ituation of the United Staves was
Â¥ made at the Commonwealth Co in better shape than it had ever
ni aenk ference at Colombo for ic} been at any time when the coun-
‘ WASHINGTON, March act, Nehru replied No try wa ov at war. A similarly
Senator Brien Mc Mahon’s 10t_ mentioned” yptimistic picture was given by
for joint Atlantic Powers Talks : the President when he was ques-
find a “new approach to atom H. V. Kamath (Congress Party loned about measures being taken
% France will receive artillery ce My hg ein tale inte nadir Pines Mini rm the vented States to examine
mainly anti-aireraft, vehicles of | my ian a die | House that s fe, ea a € loyalty and security of indi-
all sorts, tanks, spare parts, trans- | _)U78" to authorise a tf | ter Rela Ale, erie duals working in the State De-
mission materials and planes for | Pâ„¢C&Ch to Russia, observer ea ee Indo-China anc | partment and other confidenvial
the Naval Air Arm. er tee 1 - : } tional are not liquidated, an: | offices i s
Only a very small part of the watts polis er sbonalist democratic aspiration: | Concrete Action
material will be infantry equip- | 2 ‘he Joint Congressional Atom'c] are not fulfilled, India will not
ment. Energy Committee, proposed align herself with Imperial uutting charges that he had
M. Pleven emphasised that the | *€ Senate yesterday to hargmcr| Colonial Powers for repelliy een lax in investigating the loy-
material had not been chosen by | °U! 4 Concrete peace programme, | iggression? ilty of individuals working for the
the United States for France, but | 2d then “hurl the weight of tt | Nehru Said that was “a strang |Government, vhe President said
France had made her own choice. | fT@e world’s conscience against] question,” and added “Aggres. | that he was the only one who had
He also emphasised that it the “Iron Curtain” | Sion—where, when and how? § |‘aken any concrete action in re-
would not be out of date material But he backed President Tru-/ long as something does not happe | ‘ation to such charges, and that
The tanks, for example, would be | ™an’s contention that the tim India will not align herself. [y/it was under his direction vhat
}improved types, compared with | for immediate high level talks {) } is not the policy of India to enter} cases of disloyalty and sabotage

Moscow had not yet arrived. H

} into any such pact. If the occasior
Suggested instead that ultimatels

had been investigated sc far.
irises for such a pact, the Hous:

At the same time, the President

the United Nations hold Peac vill have to be consulted” said that civil libervies and privi-
Talks in Moscow in an effort t —Reuter. granted under the United
set up- world controls over atomic i

Weapons. — tected in loyalty instructions.



Broadcast Debates After making his statement that

From Lake Success, it is learne:

leges,
States Bill of Rights, must be pro-
he would never go t6 Moscow so

7 e as me Pragi e
that the United Nations Secre- W esterling eiton Lo sg I ae ee
tary General, Trygve Lie, is rea - eebithen : : :
holding a series*of private talk: ind laughed, adding that he hoped

with members of the Securit,
Council in an effort to break son
of the organisation's

to have a chance to go there and
the place when he was

Refused U.N.

see

‘through with being President of



; |
major dead 9 S i j States”

locks, including the Atomic Prob Observer ~ Aid| a ; Sa tie : ossibly go as ¢
lem, China, and other East and cis bie ern ee ee
West differences DARWIN, March | :

: oe oa absolutely demand Captain “Turco” Wester lin oe
that the debates of the Gener! who led . . Ie ° 1
Assembly (in Moscow) be broac aad aa dr tee Ho. roe Davis Succeeds
cast n sad — of = earth, | oft, red, but refused to accept

na particularly from Leningrad ane: fro senic In M r} »
to Viadivostock” he continued Nations ieee facut te te 1 ; ay 1€W
‘ Aes suggestion , were believed donesia for his attack on Bandun LONDON, March 2
bon include q special ee O the according to a written statemer rime Minister Clement Attlee
ie ner al Assembl3 rn “a DYING] received here tonight from Charl as giver Foreign Secretary
in aris, or Moscow and the pos pees a journalis’ and radi Ernest Bevin g new Foreign Par-
bility _of arranging som /3} commentator in Djakarta iamentary Under-seeretary He
orgy cme Churehill anal r The message sugnt her Ernest Albert John Day is, who
ef nl pea ’ ime| OY Alex Growder, former mem eed Christopher Mayhew,

nited Nations auspice Reuter! her of the staff of the Straits, Mayhew lost his seat in the

af as ree Settlement Times.—Reuter, election,—(Reuter.)

|

: :
Swiss Ask For |
Special Treatment

GENEVA, March 2
It is learned that Switzerland’
ase for special terms of parvici

pation in the General
m Tariffs and Trade

Agreement
(GATT)

inder consideration by a workin
party of 24 nations, which have
»pened their fourth session

Switzerland, who has no balancs
f payments difficulties, mainvain
that if she became a GATT mem

er she could not impose quanti
ative restrictions for balanc (
Jayment

The Geneva GATT session, held}
n stricvest secrecy, will also dis
uss a United States proposal
investigate the effect on wor

tions in force among GATT n
ions.-Reuter,



Britain’s Luxury
Lady Cruise

LONDON (By Mail
Britons this summer will be |
of
lazy Mediterranean cruise for
Now that the huge back-log of
for the Middle
have

been* whittled

Cruises will cost from $92 up- |
wards for thhteen days, and |
liners will. make ealls at Malta, |
Naples, Casablanca and Lisbon |

LN.S



TRADE MARK REG,

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| a bottle y one:



Premier's: Aide
Commits Suicide

PRAGUE, Mareh 2.
Reiman, chief of the

Bottled Under Authority of
THE COCA-COLA COMPANY

Milan

news agency Cevea reported today

BY







A member of the Communist
Party’s executive, Ladislav Kop
riva, told the Central Committee | BARBADOS BOTTLING Cex LTD.
that Reimar without vhe k NM

ci ge f the Prin Minister ininiiiiaamaiiaiiiiieeas sidan aaa ee ail
"hh on adieae eel Listen to the COCA COLA NEWS over Radio Distribution every
hi that Reimar took \

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PAGE TWO

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Carub

7 WAS Lord Baldwin’s birth-
‘day on March Ist, that night,
a bright moon shone _ over
Antigua. On an open platform
facing a crowded pavilion, Lord
Baldwin, his A.D.C. Major Denis
Vaughn, tthe Colonial Secretary
and Mrs. Macdonald, Administra-
tor Wayne and the Hon. R. L.
Bradshaw from St. Kitts, sat and
listened for one hour to gramo-~
phone music, Enthusiastic crowds
responded best to Calypso songs
—“Small Island,” ‘Virgin Mary
had a Baby Boy,” also “African
Song,” “Zulu Warrior” and Dutch
song, “Kitty”.
After the entertainment the
noise of Steel Bands, drifted slow-
ly past Government House, and
paraded at St. John’s. They had
already serenaded the Earl with
“Happy Birthday,” early in the
morning.
ne n«
Exciting Time
R. OLIVER WOODS, Special
Correspondent of the London
Times who has been in Barbados
since February 24th, left yester-
day for St. Lucia, where he will
be staying for two days then he
will be going to Jamaica, Belize
and expects to be back in London
by the end of March zs
He has had a most interesting
stay in Barbados meeting many
of the Development and Welfare
staff, and members from all

parties of the Legislature. He

expects to have a very exciting
time when he arrives at British
Honduras. aim.
n« ne

En Route To Nassau
APT, GORDON STORE, Re-
gional Operations Director
for South America of B.O.A.C.

B.W.1.A. for
Nassau in
Nassau in

left yesterday by
Jamaica, enroute to
Jamaica, en route to

the new services to be operated
by Constellation aircraft, the
route will be from the United
Kingdom, Portugal to Nassau,

Havana and Kingston His visit
is also in connection with the in-
crease of frequency of their pres-
ent service operated on the West
Coast of South America

He was most interested in the
development here in Communica-
tions and the improvement to the
Seawell







“1 make it approximately

seconds to the

”

2,419,200
poll



Bird's Eye View
R. GERARD JORDAN, who
returned from a one week
business trip to St. Lucia, told
me that he saw Princess Alice
arrive in St. Lucia. She was
given a terrific reception, crowds
lined the streets waving flags and
shouted, “Long live the King.”
When she reached Bridge Street
in Castries, she got out of her car
and walked for a short distance
along the street and shook hands
with Guides who were lined up
to meet her
He saw the whole thing from
roof top of one of the build-
ings in the City
ne

Between St. Lucia
And Barbados

RS Patricia Berkenkamp

who lives in California 1s
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J
Andrieux of Balmoral Flats, Hast-
ings, and is spending her West
Indian holiday between St. Lucia
and Barbados. After one month’s

v«



stay in St. Lucia she returned

yesterday by B.W.ILA. She was bye, Keep your island just as it)
met at the airport by her two little j and you'll have a flock ol
daughters Carolyn and Marita and 1 sts down every year. We

her parents, Mr and Mrs
Andrieux. Her husband, who is

Lieutenant-Colonel in the Unite:
States Air Force, is planning
join her in Barbados for a holiday









airfield at vn ne before they return to the U.S
»
id N t : - »« na
a Shou Ses Cinematography
2 ac ow been intormea as .
ARIB has now been i rs . ] R I Carmichael of the
that White Dinner Jacket | A ? - nil ee
should not be worn to any of the 4 Department of Educatior
should not b - oe em, Barbados left for Jamaica yester-
evening functions at Government , : Trit a hee 2 Wd
House during Prince Alice’s ‘ rinidad by B i 4
visit to Barbad White Shell He is on a nine-month scholar
Jackets, Tails or Evening Coat ecur n cinematogi mau
shoul: be worn f y the Colonial it of the
' : 24 na nial Office at the University
. College of the West Indies
Tonight He isa brother of Mr N
NDRESS DALMAU, Carmichael, who used to tea
known in the Interna Science at Harrison College and
Circle of Music for his br is now at Huron College in Eastern
performances ir Europe and Ontario lecturing, and continuing
America, is also a composer his studies for his M.Sc.
To-night with his wife accom- © e
panying him he will present a

Hotel
which will include Ronde of the
Elves by Bazzini, Zigewnerweisen,
Gipsy Airs, by Sarasate amongst
other well known concert works.

Concert at the Marine

His wife will play three
solos, which will include
Chopin's compositions

piano
one of

ne ve
Ladies Dilemma

Ww? AT with preparing for the
forthe« it of Prince

Barbado Turf

Chul Spring Race Meeting, the
Ladic t terrific hustle
t ng out their new. frocks for
the Races at rying to lay han

on the right tyle of glove

which wil! have to be worn wher
they are presented to Prince

Alice

BY THE
. 4
Ca ISM of the St. Pancras
3orough Council for closing

the Plender-street
Town)’ Baths

(Camden
takes no account of

the annual deficit of £5,600. One
cannot go on running baths at a
loss indefinite

Urs. Wretch hits back

NINGING “I'd like to get
w with a slow egg from China,’
a heckler threw an egg at Mrs
Wretch, as she addressed a meet-
ing at Knivenham last night
Mrs. Wretch shouted, “That’s the
fory aim crooked.” (Loud
laughter.) A second egg burst
over a@ poster which said, “Vote
Liberal And Put The Socialists
in.” Mrs. Wretch cried, “Was
of body fuel! 1 shall report you
to the Minister of Nutrition In-
take.’

The

HE nastiest of the Governors
of Narkover—and that is say-
ing a mouthful—paid a personal
visit to the School yesterday. He

you

Narkover Scandal

Good Alone CROWN GINGER BEER Good for a Shandy





SPEND
a little



RAYON BROCADE

36 ins,

Peach, Blue, Pink,
Lemon, White
at 84 ets.

WAT is.

Every Minute of It
HE proprietor of the Country
Squire Inn in Killingworth,
Connecticut Mr. Robert Glenn,
left Barbados yesterday on his
return journey home via Trinidad
accompanied by his wife. They
arrived here on January 19th, and
have enjoyed every minute of their
stay. They often went dancing tu
Club Morgan; “The Morgans also
from Connecticut and we
enjoyed meeting them,” they told
Carit
Their Inn, on
I way between
Boston,

Route 806

New York and
accommodates about 150

and it closes every

Thanksgiving Day and re-oper

on St. Patrick's Day, Marc!
Thus making it possible
make this trip.”

about

gut year ¢

had announced his arrival b
telephone, and when he
shown into Dr Smart
study he found the Headmaster
reading “Silent Moments vith
the Early Fathers of the Church

Allick

The Governor asked bluntly what
steps were being taken to rid the
School of Mr. Warblow’s dis-
reputable friends The Head-

master raised his hands and his
eyes to the ceiling, and said, “A

deplorable situation, my dear sir,
but there’s no law against a
housemaster entertaining his
friends.” At that moment Sin-
clair’s “Horses to Watch This

Year” fell out of the Headmas

ter’s pocket. The Governor pick-
ed it up courteously, saw the title,
nd dropped it as though stung
by a hornet. “It’s a misprint for
‘Houses,’”’ said Smart-Allick ‘A
private report on School affairs
compiled by my secretary.”
“Very creditable,” murmured the

Governor, while Smart-Allick
mopped his forehead with a
handkerchief covered with pic-

tures of Derby
past.

winners of the



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lightful colours.







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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

a



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A male

Coming Again Nexi Year |
R. ALFRED E. RAGBIR,}
Principal Officer in the Judi- |

cary, Trinidad, returned home on

Tuesday by B.W.1.A., after spend- |

ing a month’s holiday. He was)

staying at Indramer Guest House, |

Worthing.

This was his first visit to the
island and he visited many of the
beauty spots and was greatly im-
pressed by what he had seen. He
also spent eight days at Bathsheba
an& had a most enjoyable time.

Mr, Ragbir expects to be back
next year. |

pa ne

Was Here In 1932
ME and Mrs. Harold Brunton

arrived yesterday from New : ; B :
Yor via Prinane ty B.W.LA.| 9:7 Ror wekee "bumee ie te
Mr. Brunton who is a Trinidadian] striped silk georgette The
urine Rea! Estate business in| colours? "Pale turquoise wish
New York. Mrs. Brunton is a] eet700t stripes
Barbadian, the former Miss Mellie chs sce sake ade de = oa:
Weleott, and the last time that she

649 wore tn

inv time made



of the more sober
is for the experiment. It
1 tie ablé to pass muster at
funerals or weddings.
of his chief feats was that
ie who gave him ties for
Christmas or his birthday might
\take offence at the non-appear-
lence of their gifts. If they took
jany interest in what he was wear-
jing they said nothing about it.
The experimenier, J. B. Page,
claims his experience shows that
people just don’t notice ties un-
less they are particularly start-





ling.

Sen might just as well choose
ties for their own satisfaction
rather than for any effect they
may have on other people, he



says.

But as for himself, he says that’
toward the end of the year he
came to dislike intensely what









nd
Ties
AUCKLAND, New Zealand, (By Mail).

fashion note from New Zealand concerns an exper!)
ment condueted by a young Aucklander who throughout}

r his lack of sartorial variety.

FRIDAY, MARC H 23



a » 1956

Keep white Shoes
Snowy White with

PROPERTY,






Win

same tie every day of the year He says no;
any comment on his choic f| SH UWHITE
developed a craving to wear a

new tie every day.
The tie itself came ihrough the

ordeal better than the wearer. FOR

With occasional cleaning and WHITE

pressing it was almost as good as | Buc

new at*the end of the year and | RSkiy

ready for more use. AND
it is unlikely to get it—«CP) . CANY

WATERED WINE

WHEN Jones started his exper!-
ment, he had .two. Grinking
glasses with equal capacities. Ore
was one-third and the other one-
fourth full of wine. He filled each
to the top with water, and then |}
mixed them together in a pitcher

= SS
AQUATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members On
TO-NIGHT (FRIDAY)
BUTCHERS present:
slie BROOK, Jimmy HANLEY, Dinah SHERIDAN |

Half of this mixture was then

ae, into each of the glasses.
f the result, what proportion was \
water and what proportion winc?







was here was in 1932. They are in n 4a1UM SYLMozAyUEM}-uaeTUAATs PU? x Les
Barbados for one month and will Riddles | aa « ee ¥e. He oum See ea in “FOR YOU ALONE”
ae re te ee ol | rk it ‘ A Tender Love Story with the Music of ALBERT
arrington ‘on j : , Wm « hatin sitdiibiie, att
i Fo 9 e WHAT is the difference be- ‘ nee. waten” te wo H ce ne iis bn. ~ with HELEN HILL; algo
tween a pretty woman and a . 1) ondon Symphony Orchestra: Soloist
For the Races —w T , i LONGFELLOW i r HEDDLE NAR
'M here for the races,” said seooo at) SuEwR Z0uHO One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used SE TS

‘say oul SULIEYD 9UQ * HAM

ut SNVY
Mr. C. M. G. Purchas who)" long did Cain hate his

a sugar planter in St. Lucia. ‘oasis?
He arrived yesterday by B.W.I.A.|joqy sem ay se Buoy sy: SNV
end will be staying with Mr. Why are troops ordere to tor-
Ccoffrey Harford at’ Norwood, St |eign shores like old maids about |
James. Also arriving from St | to be married? |
Lucia yesterday for a holiday was|OIN “syodsuesy |
Mr. Joe Knight, he will be stay-|"' gy

I 08 ayy asnecsg *MaMSN'V
g at Stafford House, Garrison’. What never uses its nice shiny
«> «>

teeth in eating? !
Keep It Just As It Is

“quioo ¥Y ‘HaMSNVY
‘ 7ERY sun tanned were Mr. and

DAE ENM NAVTE
ENA LVMK WR EN

; Ay \ K K .
Why is a pig in a parlour like HESRAS
Mrs. Archie Hancock who

a fire on the roof?
jno yrt aq 0} aAey Wi0g -‘YEMSNV |
Icft by B.W.LA., yesterday to re- : a
turn to their home in Minneapolis
Their route home is via Jamaica |
Toronto; they -expect to, be

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TO-DAY AT 2.30 P.M.
th : : hy April 1. Republic. Pictures Presents

hardest thing we had to : my
this morning, was to say good- |







already made Hotel reserva-
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un a beautiful corsage of



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wol So,
¢rchids, which was presented io
her at the hotel, the night before

e left. They were staying at Fa
the Ocean View. 4
«>» «

Delayed By Princess
Alice’s Visit



Hollyweod, Calif.

for the three L’s, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apos-
trophies, the length and formation of the words are al! hints.
Each day the code letters are different.

A Cryptogram Quotation

_ . Cryptoquote: A RIGHTEOUS MAN REGARDETH
__THE LIFE OF HIS BEAST—PROVERES.



f STON AWTS era

(Worthings)

fNOL. E
~4 Police

rday from S

i
M. V. JAMES, Chief of |
arrived

Lucia, to attend






Lucia,





ROYAL



t Police mmissioners’’ Con-| TO-NIGHT & SUNDAY NIGHT at 8.30 P.M. \
erence which opened yesterday Republic Double
it Hastings House. He will be here
intil Sunday and is staying at the AUTRY
Ml ne, The rival of the GENE
te: f Athlone in St. Lucia}
vented him from arriving | and CHAMPION Jr. |

eariier. The reception which the
people of St. Lucia gave her was

Wouder Worse of the West



magnificent and everything
arranged went off in_ perfect
co-o ‘dination |

«<> «>
Comings And Goings |
R. GEORGE ADAMS, of
Hunting Aerosurveys London
left yesterday by B.W.I.A., for St.
Lucia, where he will establish}
headquarters for the survey of
Dominica and St. Vincent, his
company has the contract for this



survey from the Colonial Office. }
He was accompanied by his wife.
The Adams’ have their home in|
Barbados at “Sweet Field,” St.
Peter )

Mr. O. P, Bennett, Official

rter for the Barbados Turf
( b arrived yesterday by
B.W.LA., from Trinidad for the
BTC Spring Meeting. He is
itaying at the Seaview -Guest |
House

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FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 19



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50

By Professor R.E. Peierls

president of the British Atomic Scientists’ Association

) | What is the hy..rogen’ bomb, effects of the hydrogen bomb? |

: and how will it work! IT is known that ordinary atom

THE atom bomb uses the bombs cause destruction by blast,

enersy released when uranium flash-burn, and radiation. The

i qwms, which are top-heavy, are/blast from the hydrogen bomb

y en down. will be of the Same kind, only
in the hydrogen bomb the Op~|much mo e

ite takes place. By joinin

ws ydrogen or other light atom

, bio heavier ones energy is gaine
to their attraction—just as w

~ ee

carbon dioxide.

MN e rb this atom-building a new |
°

: process. 3
“Te NO, It is older

ing ; ons
a peen going on for millio
f zm hss This is

years insiae the sun.

the source from which the sun
ives its power and indirectly

ee ‘
fe is based on i
oe know now that the heat o

its centre, of hydroger
, near its c

| gtoms of helium.

repulsion

come the strong

Hot any two atoms.

combine ail

will not with
bai we make it hot enough.

| toms behave as they do in the



: temperature in the centre of the harnessed

egrees

Pi un, which is 20 million
centigrade.
In fact, the matter in the sun
¥ really only “smouldering” since
Wieit takes millions of years to be
“a “burned” completely So to ob-
Sie tain results more quickly one
} would need still higher tempera-
Res,
$ What would be the advan-
tages of the hydrogen bomb
over the atom bomb?
ATOM bombs are limited in size
‘or rather in the amount of atomic
explosive which they can contain.







sata

certain

Hor more than a amount
Mt atomic explosive to be kept to-

,, |Even if ;
than the earth. n if atom bombs

the sun comes from the combina-|

F gtoms into the four times heavier’ of this a
To reproduce this process artifi-
gially one would first have to over-
that
ities to prevent the close approach

This can only be achieved by|
the use of intense heat—just asjc

NThe reason is that it is impossible |

intense.

8! Flash-bur

0} estimate

atom bomb obsolete?
HE answe- js.

quired to prime hydrogen bomb
they m

made the infantryman obsolete.
71s there

, | hydrogen
i whole world
1) THERE is not the slightest dange:

of which

reaction,

8 May mankind

coveries or new

cannot at present

to a
| purpose,

9 Cannot the principle of re-
| leasing energy from hydrogen
atoms be used to produce

| power for industry?
one must remember the very high

| thing to maintain these high tem-
|peratures for an instant in the
jcourse of an explosion, It is quite
janother thing to maintain them
| Steadily for the working of a plant,
10 How widely is the principle
of the hydrogen bomb known

to scientists?
THE principle of the reactions
between the nuclei of light atoms

|
|
|
|

jis known to all competent physi-





n is also certain to be
S; very much more intense. I cannot
the radiation effects with-
e out Knowing more about the design
heat from burning fuel, wnich|of the hydrogen bomb,

Sreans combining coai and oxygen)
Fd ne:

5 Does the H-Bomb render the

clearly, a!
are not re-

lay still be important wea-
} Pons, just as the tank has not

any danger of the
0 bomb starting .an
atomic reaction in which the

would explode?

ppening. The materials

the earth is composed
are not easily capable of such a

expect any
constructive benefits from the

| work on the hydrogen bomb?
THIS seems most unlikely. One
an never be sure what new dis-

inventions will
|be made as a by-product. But in
|} The temperature needed to make | the case of the hydrogen bomb I
picture any way
yn must be about as high as the|in which its principle could be
constructive

| I SUPPOSE this is feasible, but

temperatures involved. It is one

Ss

rT

H.R.H. PRINCESS ALICE, and the Earl

New Buildings
Going Up In
Georgetown

LONDON, By Mail.

In one of its periodic articles on
modern architecture, “The Finan-
cial Times” prints a description
by Mr. A. Trystan Edwards a

Kingstown turned out in

ter of Queen Victoria.

Fellow of the Royal Institute of About 6.45 this morning the)
British Architects, of three build-| H.M.S. Glasgow flying the flag}
ings being built in Georgetown, | of Vice-Admiral Symmonds- |
British Guiana. Tayler entered Kingstown har-|

Reviewing the new buildings | POU", and received a Royal gun|
for the General Post Office, | S#lute.

Precisely at 9.30, the charming}
white-haired Princess stepped on}
the beflagged jetty, accompanied |
by Brigadier R. D. H. Arrundell
and the Earl of Athlone, both |
wearing morning dress. They}
were met at the saluting base by
the Administrator, W. F Coutts,

Booker Bros., McConnell and Ge.,
and Sandbach Parker and Co., he |
pointed out that there is an
essentially English atmosphere in
the Colony, althou gh the
structures are not just adaptations |
of British buildings. “They have
elements of originality which en-



title them to be in som and the newly consecrated Bisho}
rit t go | "@- | nicte : e some respects | of the Wi ard Isl » Nermar /
Spey ny as bee reque y € naward Islands, Normaz
— \c , up p ae ee oe Py bn os models for similar planning in all Sha naley ( inds, Norman
y. ssed. , Of course, the bomb’s iti rhere spare ie bvuati< | ett. 2.: ,
& This critical size has been stated | details of design, of quantities, of — a | Princess Alice arrived in
Wo be less than 2001b particular raw materials chosen 7 . wie |
There is no such limitation in/and of the efpected efficiency, are sieeege Hon i aoe 3.6m |
— ; : 5 ne 1h ; : oe eet ays and covering 32,550
Meinciple for hydrogen bombs./known only to the individuals ee \g 32,55 ; i ;
a or the explosive contents would ! working on the project and remain see Oe h will accommodate, be -| If More Is Spe nt
‘me not start exploding until part of | military secrets, Sides the Post Office and Savings

temperature.

This is the reason why one can
mink Of making in this way a
y much more powerful blast
with the atom bomb, though,
mi course, there will be practical

+



e ear {
pithad been heated to the ignition

11 Is it possible to improve on
the hydrogen bomb, as the
hydrogen bomb improved on
the atom bomb?

ONE should never predict the

future of scientific discoveries, but



‘gfe imitations.

o ~¢How much more powerful is
| the hydrogen bomb than the
b i ~\afom bomb?

he A POWER 1,000 times greater

n that of the Hiroshima atom
domb has been quoted in the
papers. I do not know if
Mis figure is correct but. it cer-
mainly would not surprise me if
HN were.
Ifthere were a 1,000 times more
erful blast it would devastate
Afar greater area.
| The area of destruction would
Mi, of course, be 1.000 times
“eeeater, but one might expect it
| be 100 times—probably larger
nthe area occupied by Greater

pA

are using the only two ways of
turning matter into its more stable

too light.
some time about the possibility of

destroying matter
turning it all into energy.

duced either by the atom-building
or atom-splitting processes.

Structure of the atom ha;

impossibility.



london.
i 5 What

|
are the destruct've!

* These answers were given
in an interview with the Sun-
day Express. L.E.S.



Do You Drink? It Was

Fixed Before Birth

Ry Chapman Pincher

- Wu

, ER you will be a teeto-
@ “t, moderate drinker or chronic
7 t is decided before you are
% according to a medica} |
a ory published today. |
The Sort of company you keep
detcimines when you will
drinking. ; }
theory, put forward by
University Scientists, says |
4 person who craves alcohol |
Adeficiency in his dict, because |
needs a more-than-ordinary
tt of some ingredient. |
ihe €xcessive need for this |
4 7 tt is the result of a|
BE Wysical fault present at birth |
The brebably inherited, -
* ne ‘vor pavetes offered animals
us = had never tasted alcohol a
ie Gan ait water or water
Some of the
’ tutionally
Pi. a Moderate,
Be SPASMOdic.
ers with Mounting appet'tes, |
, ~~ drinkers with a rela- |
» Ng appetite even at the



animals appeared
to be teetotalers,



Then the scientists found that
@ the animals’ diets —-
€xeessive quantities

ains and other ingredients









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DIESEL DRIVEN ALTERNATORS

they could switch the drinking
habits.

On some diets all the animals
soaked themselves in drink. On
others they all “went on the
wagon.”

The scientists are now trying to
cure chronic alcoholics (human
cection) with diet treatment.



CHURCH ACCUSED

PRAGUE, March 2

The last asylum of reaction, the
high Catholic Church hierarchy,
must be stripped of the remnants
iis hypocritical cloak, Rude
Pravdo, the organ of the Czech
Communist Party, said today.

The paper was commenting on
President Gottwald’s recent re-
port to the Cogamunisy Party
Executive that the hierarchy ap-



of all reacvionary elements.
Three non - Catholic Churches.

the Evangelistic Church of Czech} the Milan newspaper said today.
Brethren, a

hodox Church,} taken the cases to Rome for scru- bs of |
Nave aul aeaaian to President) tiny by the Ministry of the Inte-| Bombay, and seized the printing)
of Gottwald and the Prime Minister, | rior.—Reuter.
~— —Reuter.

— SS ae

the Czech National



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atbrte oa — me tees and laboratories, while plans have
{the building up of those which are] bee® made to add two storeys to

Scientists have speeulateq fox] S8Ty-
entirely and|Sandbach Parker and Co., will] tablished in the
This would be energy enormous-| store and

ly more powerful than that pro-| offices.

But ‘modern knowledge of the] positions and modern in concep- |
almost] tion, yet they pay deference to|
completely convinced us that such the classic tradition
complete destruction is an clash with the older

Bank, the main mail sorting office,
the Post Office accounts depart-
ment and the telephone exchange

Than Is Earned |
Trouble Ensues

|
A sweeping forecourt conform- ee it |
ing with the new town plan for PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 2 |
the area, isa main feature of the{ .4 country could not keep out|
ooker puilding, already under | &f non anil i soans, more than it

al 8 earned, said Mr. G. Watkins, U.S.
construction, which will house the industrialist, when. he acidressesi|
the Trinidad Chamber of Com-
merce in an extraordinary session
this morning. |
Watkins is the President of the
Simplex Time Recording Company
}and the first U.S

the single-storey wings if neces-

The two-storey building of



industrialist es-

industry here, He

include the company’s general urged high-powered salesmanship!
shipping and estate} as the answer to Trinid td's needs}

to attract new industries. He alsoi

Mr. Edwards comments:
new buildings are virile

“The |
com- |

advised them that “if they
the principles and practice
regard industries they
benefit from them.” Qi I

fo



to



|
|
|

|
and will not} @ speech of the late ‘ |
parts of the| Lincoln, Watkins pointed out that}
town. These works are a credit they, ig rte oe pol). Das *
tthe capital city of the Colon | Barty by, clscouraging theft; Che
i its architectural | ave Streng nen OK DY |
ae OER, Se: The: apehtten “| weakening the strong: and could
; jnot further prosperity of the

. andhach |
sarees be bad These "we country... by —eneouraying class



hatred or establish s«
by borrowing money

und security

firms have an honourable record |



in Empire building.” —B.U.P. | Major R. T. Toogood, the Drain.
jage ahd Irrigation Engineer
attached to the Works and Hy
— J . draulie Department here has beer
225 Strikes In disciplined. It was understood

| that he was fined as a result and
an enquiry held into the running
of his department. a

U.S. In January

WASHINGTON, March 2. Honourable Albert ‘Gomes had
About 225 new strikes begaN!asked the Government in April
during January in the United/last year for a full enquiry “into
States, the Bureau of Labour/all matters relating to the casa
Statistics announced. jearly last year in which Trial
These involved 280,000, work-| Judge criticised Toogood’s admin-

ers with a total of 2,600,000 idie| istrative methods.”
man days. In December, there}
were 150 stoppages. involving |
40,000 workers and 1,200,000 idle}

man days lost. —Reuter. Bombay Police
Foil Communist

Plot In India

~—(By Cable)









Churchill Wrote

To Mussolini BOMBAY, March 2.

MILAN, March 2. Bombay Police to-day claimed |
Photographic copies of letters | they had foiled a Communist plot
exchanged between Winston to create disorder throughout
Churchill and Benito Mussolini |/ndia on March 9.
up to the time of the Italian War | The Police said they unearthed
in Africa are believed to be in | the plot, following arrest of five;
the possession of the Italian Min- | â„¢en and a woman, and the seiz-
ister of the Interior, Mario Scelba, | ing of pamphiets and some hand-
grenades and ammunition, They
also raided “Communist secret
headquarters” in the suburbs of!




The police aye reported to have

plant. (Reuter. )



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] t ‘ ( of Athlone in full dress as they attended
in connection with the inauguration of Que Amsterdam,

St. Vincent Gets Holiday
For Princess Alice

(Barbados Advecate Correspondent)

full numbers to greet Her
Highness Princess Alice and the Earl of At
their first Royal visit here, after 38 years.
visit was that of Princess Marie Louise also a grand-d

| the Princess bowed politely at the |

|} and the Fire Brigade

| streets, the

| | , QO |
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: . Seen a nenneceeeesemeseaseseanesenessaestnenessiteeenivtnsteeensnsntusnsthiiesesbaettininditepinidesaiesns zor aamemens
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Tanganyika
Now Being
Developed

TANGANYIKA is a most in-

teresting territory and its develop-
ment has only really begun com-

Inniss, Solicitor General of that
country told the “Advocate” yes-
terday.

Mr. Inniss is now on four
months’ leave from his duties and
is spending it with his parent:
Mr. and Mrs. A. de L, Inniss oi
“Glenaire”, Brittons Hill.

He said that Tanganyika is «
little over 362,000 square miles
}end according to the last census

which was taken in 1948, the
population consists of rather
;more than 7,000,000 Africans

jabout 59,000 Asiatics and about
| 10,000 Europeans.

The country has high moun-
tains in the north and east, in-
cluding the famous Kilimanjare
which is over 19,000 feet. It is
also mountainous in the south anc
| west, but in the middle it is fairly
flat although at the same time
rising gradually from the shore to
| the interior,

| Unlike Barbados
a ceremony |

| On. the coast, it can be very
|humid during the hot s@ason anc
jas it is south of the Equator, the
seasons are the direct opposite of
| those of Barbados, The hot season
jruns from October to mid April
|The actual sun temperatures are
|not higher than those of Barbados
j but the humidity is greater, In the
jinterior, it is drier, and on reach-
jing the high lands it become:
Royal | cooler
hlone, paving | The rainfall varies in the vari-
The last Rova! | OUS parts of the territory, In Dar
on “, | @8 Salaam, the capital it is very
light,
The development of Tanganyika
ally began in 1885 with the ad-

KINGSTOWN, March 2

augh- |

green coloured launch, bearing the | re
Royal

Standard. There was HO) vent of the Germans who built
Police Band to accompany the/a railway through the centre of
Royal Guards of Honour, but in|the country from Dar es Salaam
absence of the National Anthen .

to the lakes and another in the
; ; |north from Tanga on the coast
Royal Salute of the Police Guard |straight into the interior to the

of Honour. }
The 4 | mountains.

Princess . ie |
Guard ha then one a Roads ot that time were, and
ard an anj
illuminated address of welcome | Still are, far from good exeept in

from Legislative Councillor st. | he towns.

Clair Bonadie, the Chairman of The territory was captured from

the Town Board the Germans by the Allies in the

; eich: 1914-18 War, and was then ad-
After this, escorted by mes

advance motorcycle guard, he ministered by Great Britain under
Princess and her party
through the beflagged
ined by scouts, guides,

GrOV @ On Page 5



streets, |
volunteers
rn .

: | Trygve Lie Holds |

lo cheers from the crowds along | *

Princess smilingly | Dats; . - |

nodded and waved back in appre rivate Talks

“The Pritt: o |. LAKE SUCCESS, March. 2.

m +y Ho ae thes - eee | United Nations Secretary Gen-

benobdliry schoble % Son tarene ee | wee Trygve Lie, is understood to

eae her vidit. me, KEpt in’ sessio! holding private talks with |

â„¢=? jmembers of the Security Council |

She will be the guest of honow | in an attempt to break some or the |

| organisation’s major deadlocks. |
| They are the Chinese question, |

at a Garden Party at Governmen
House, this afternoon,

Administrator Coutts declare, |the Atomic Problém and East: |
today a public holiday. ‘West differences on several topics
—By Cable. —Reuter.





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PAGE THREE
| Weatherman’s
_ Adjectives
| Criticised
| NEW YORK: To his surprise,
New York’s new weatherman,

Amos Christie, is being criticised
for using adjectives in his weather

forecasts. The other day he pre-
dicted that the weather would be
“dismal”, Letters are coming in t ify

urging hint to forecast the weather ff ASS
not comment upon it Mr. Christ- = "\f 4 ”
tie’s rejoinder: “A good thing we | e
did not use the first adjective | lair looks beNer.
we chose—-lousy.” i

Keels bette, ee
Shopping by Conveyor Belt |" ss , ¢

— 7

ILLINOIS : Everything that!

makes shopping tiresome has been |

removed in “the perfect store” |

which opened to-day in Evanston, | Oy

Illinois. The customer who can-

not find the department which '

sells, shall we say, bath mats,

picks up the nearest telephone and

an operator gives her directions

from the spot where she is stand-

ing. There is no more waiting for

parcels to be wrapped. Chutes |
carry them from counter to wrap- |
ping room and underground con- |
veyors take the wrapped parcel

to a supervisor stationed in the!
parking space.





Bald Men in Demand

BERLIN: Hundreds of bald/
Germans recently stormed a RBer- |
lin film studio hoping for crowe4
parts in a picture about a wonder
barber. The choice for hero—the |
“perfect hairless specimen’—is
promised £85 for his appearance.
Aspirants are from all parts of!
Germany. Those unable to make/
the journey are writing in. Says |
one: “When polished up my}
billiard-ball he “~hiny you |
eould dim the «tucio lights when
I am on the nd save money,” |
A Hamburg tor writes that for
the sake of a { 'm part he is willing |
to be shaved ©)! over. A Bavarian |
puts on the ! ack of his photograph |

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MORE PROTEINS..............for solid Mesh and musaes
MORE CARBOHYDRATES ..........for Energy and Stomina
MORE VITAIINS (8, and B.).. torn food into “trudy-fosl””










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MUNOOATE

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

Friday, March 3, 1950



Royal Ambassadors

THE forthcoming visit of Her Royal
Highness Princess Alice and her husband
the Earl of Athlone will satisfy the desire
of the peoples of the West Indies for the
presence among them of members of the
Royal Family. Within recent times there
has been a misunderstanding of the word
Empire rather because of the concentration
on the ideal of self-government than
through disloyalty to the Crown. Those of
us who still remain within the British
Empire are bound to feel that the presence
of members of the Royal Family among us
is an indication that the old ties which bind
us to the Throne are still there and still
worth preserving.

It is not the first visit of Her Royal High-
ness and the Earl of Athlone. They have
been among us before and have enjoyed
the hospitality of the people of Barbados
while witnessing demonstrations of our
profound loyalty and affection. But it is
only in the West Indies that the Ath-
lones are regarded as ambassadors of
Emp They are known and loved by the
people of the Dominions and colonies far
afield.

The Earl of Athlone has the distinction
of being Governor General of two Dom-
inions. It was in 1914 that he was ap-
pointed Governor General of Canada but
owing to the outbreak of the first World
War did not take up this position until
twenty five years later.

not

Le.

In 1923 he became Governor General of
South Africa and it was here that he en-
deared himself to the African people by



fd learning their language. In their hearts too
4 Princess Alice held a special place; and in
2 f order to satisfy them the Earl's term of
et office was extended for a period of two
: a years. Later, in 1940 at the height of the

Second World War the Earl who had ren-
dered fine service as a soldier was ap-
pointed Governor-General of Canada, a post
which he had not been able to fill in 1914.
Here too the Earl and Princess Alice
achieved further personal success.

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Her Royal. Highness who is the only
daughter of H\k.H. Prince Leopold, Duke
of Albany, is Phy dancer of the late
Queen Victoria. She has always been in-
tensely interested jn the welfare of the
peoples of the Empire and it is by her
humanity and personal contacts, her inter-
est in conditions of life and work that she
stands out as a friend of colonial peoples.
She is still Commandant in Chief of the
Women’s Transport Service. But it is not
to service in Great Britain that her
activities are limited.

Her Royal Highness and the Earl are at
present in the West Indies where she has
just been installed as the Chancellor of the
University College of the West Indies. This
ceremony took place last month in Jamaica
and it would have been easy for her, having
completed her official business to return to
England, But her interest in the peoples of
the entire West Indies was too great for
this. She has expressed the wish to see at
first hand welfare work for destitute chil-
dren and in each colony she has already
visited she has made special arrangements
for seeing this work.

It is fitting that her Royal Highness
should have become first Chancellor of the
University College whose parent the Uni-
versity of London has the privilege of
having her husband, Queen Mary’s brother
as Chancellor, It is service to the Empire
and indicative of an intense interest In
humanity when she desires to be led to the
humble dwellings which house the children
of the poor. It is not the first time that
Princess Alice and the Earl have changed
their course to tour the West Indies,

Before leaving Canada for England after
his term of office as Governor General,
the Earl came to the West Indies and the
Princess came with him, It is therefore not
as strangers that the people of Barbados
will welcome them once again.



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SIR,—My brother says “The
Broad road leads to distraction.”

In Padooka a great controversy
arose over whether . pedestrians
should walk with traffic or facing
traffic Letters were written to
the editor, members of families
stopped speaking to each other
and the whole issue became: in-
volved in a fog of emotion and
prejudice. However. one man
made such a popular decision
that from that day everyone fol-
lowed him.

I asked my brother which side
of the road was chosen
“M-m-m-Neither
walks in the middle.”

s Football
To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—With reference to a letter
appearing in
which Mr John Shannon
alleges that the B AF.A
matically ceased to exist, since li
has not yet had a Genera) Meeting
am to inform Mr. Shannon that
t Annual General Meeting
B.A.F.A k place c
Viare i 1949, and I have O 3

next Annua : ELE(

10, 1950.

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meeting to take

What intrigues me, however, is

Mr. Shannon's solicitude with re- ee
spect to the B.A.F.A. The public expenses,
memory is notoriously short, but printing & station-
still not short enough for the ery Directors yees
sporting public of Barbados to for- (£1,350) Fees of
get that only last year Mr. Shan- advisory Commit-
non was making feverish efforts tee & Miscellane-
to form his own Football Associa- ous expenses
Is this another?

O. S. COPPIN.
“Windsor Ville”,

Bay Street.

Electricity Figures
-These figures may inter-
est the movers of the petition to LAND
the Governor re the “BAR- ings
BADOS ELECTRIC
CORPORATION LTD” taken from Depreciation
ANNUAL
4th March 1949 issued at St. James
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land thus avoid unnecessary ex-
pense, The most pressing problems used is crude
| should be grappled with first, and I have since

\to have priority. I
|opinion that we

About A Public Utilities
Commission
Hy BR. E. Smythies M. E. L. €.

SINCE my articles appeared in
the ADVOCATE of February 7th.
and 25th there has been ample
evidence of the great interest
taken by Barbadians at present
in the subject of electric supply,
and many people have asked me
for more specific information on
sunéry details. A frequent quer
tion is with reference to the exact
nature of a Public Commission to
carry out the duty of supervising
the utilities in the island, and this
is a point on which I feel it is
perhaps not fitting for a compera-
tive newcomer like myself to
dogmatise. Under the circum-
stances however it is a fair ques—

tion and I will try to answer it,

with at least a tentative sugges~
tion, as follows, and subject to
correction by those more familiar
with local conditions.

I would be one of the last to
suggest adding another ponderous
and expensive item to the exist-
ing machinery of Government
anywhere, and in a small com-
munity like Barbados I believe
it should be possible to set up a
suitable Commission of, say 3 or 5
persons willing to serve on an
basis, and to hold meet-
month, or as
to deal with
before them.

the nature of a watching brief
ever the activities of the public
as water supply,
electricity, telephones and trans-
portation, with a view to seeing
that everything humanly possible
was done to ensure efficient and
reliable service to the public, at
the lowest rates, consistent there-
with and at the same time fair to

the shareholders of such utilities up
when operated by private enter- the $
brief statement of assets and lia-
bilities as of June 30th. 1948.

rise.

I believe that what I am sug-
gesting is only the bringing up
to date of something that seems

to definitely need that in Barbados. deems

before further troubles.

Many visiting Americans and
Canadians have expressed sur-
prise on hearing that there is no
Public Utility Commission at
present in Barbados, and that the
privately ownzd companies have
so much freedom to raise rates
and generally do as they please,
without let or hindrance. I have
myself been astonished by the
extent to which many Barbadians
seem to accept the explanations
offered by company and
resign themselves to what strikes
visitors as an intolerable condi-
tion. The officials presumably have
faith in their own explanations
but my technical mind dwells on
the things for which no explana-
tion is offered, the sort of things
into which it would be the duty
of the Commission to inquire, in
the natural exercise of its func-
tions.

It is of course always difficult
for non-technical persons to
properly weigh and assess the
pros and cons of highly technical
matters. In
impossible, and this in itself makes
a very strong argument for setting
up a Commission including one
or more technically qualified men,
charged with the duty of guarding
the public interest. When neces-
sary it would also function to see
that the utilities had fair play
when they were reasonably en-
titled to some concession from
the public, which must happen
sometimes.

The law requires
Supply Company to make an an-
nual financial return to the Gov-
ernment, which is published in
the Official Gazette. I have looked
the latest return I can find in
Reference Library, which is a

the Electric

No doubt this complies with the

law unless or until the Governor

fit to exercise his power to

Things have changed a great deal demand a complete and detailed

since the Acts

of 1899 and 1907 examination of the records.

The

were passed, when many people balance sheet shows the authorised

regarded electricity
as prequisites of
beyond the reach of the majority.
I am a_ staunch supporter

in realising that, to survive now,

the rich and at that

of depreciation acc
private enterprise and believe 1 a brief statement
am only looking facts in the face impossible to arrive at any id
actual cost of generating such a Commission as I have out-
lined above, as it

of the

and-telephones and issued capital to be £ 200,000, too much at the mercy of gentle-
date, with quite substantial men sitting in offices in London,
amounts in general reserve and who may or may not be genuine-
ount. From such ly unselfish in putting our best
t it is of course interests before their own.

idea

it must be really enterprising and electricity in Barbados, or whether
must not insist on being extremely the profits are small or large.

private about matters that are the

| legitimate concern of the general
| public.

In other countries

formerly
activities and profits of concerns

that supply its needs.

the Commission to see

| utilties recognise this right.
any office or Ta

It might be that

secretarial staff needed could be are qui

provided by utilising
time services of existing
nel in Government Departments,

it is rapidly some interé nf
|coming to be recognised that the the electrical utility
ght to information Guiana,
held secret, about the feel must be regarded as unques~
tionably accurate.
It would my infor
be part of the responsibility of plant the
that our able recor
ance for many years past, and

person~ be fairly c

on February 25th. I have received

in British

from a source that I

According to

vl from Trinidad.

the electricity supply would seem of any valid reason why the cur-

do not share the rent should be cheaper in B.G.
can feel we are than i

out of danger when the damaged make a useful suggestion on this

engines are again running, as I
think it might be only a reprieve

Views On Booze

A comparatively short session
at the House of Assembly last
Tuesday was principally devoted
to the subject of beer — at least
| a pleasant enough topic! A bill,
moved by Mr. Adams, to regulate
the brewing of this choice bever-
| age was passed with little argu-
|} ment and considerable interest.
| Some sound comments on the
matter were made by Mr. God-
dard, perhaps the most interesting
being the question of bottles, He
| pointed out that several local
manufacturers of mineral waters
| depend on the importation of
| beer for their bottles, and that
| the proposed brewery would in all
probability have to do likewise. 1
would not consider it a wise move
for any beer plant to be obliged
to rely on the bottles of other
brands, imported or otherwise, for
their wares. It may be that the
| officials of the proposed brewery
| have already made plans for the
| procuring of bottles from an out-
side source, for having to Le
on the sales of foreign competi-
| tion seems decidedly ambiguous.
| The matter of price may well
| decide whether the proposed
brewery will prove a flourishing
concern or a dismal ‘flop’—the re-
tail price must be within the
lreach of all — which that of
most imported brands most cer-
tainly is not, Thirty-six cents, the
average retail price of most Dutch
and English beer, is out of the
question for the low salaried man.



“! Mr. Shannon fails to com-

prehend that this constitutes a ;

year between these Annual Gen- To administration

eral Meetings, then that is neither

my fault nor his Mathematical gon & Barbados.

Secretarial
Audit

travelling

cables,

viz.,

been made
depreciation
SUPPLY

REPORT dated Motor vehicles

Balance
Official Gazette,

CONSUMER,

penses in Lon-

point?

The Utility Commission that I

By Lee Wade

The brewery will have to depend,
one would assume, almost entire-
ly on the local market, for the
prospects of exporting, on any
large scale, do not appear to be
bright. Other West Indian islands
would be a logical market, but
Trinidad, where a fair quantity of
beer is consumed, have a plant
of their own.

I do not, incidentally, re call see-
ing a bottle of Trinidad beer on
any other island with the excep-
tion of Tobago. Mr. Allder was
alert to the importance of price,
but his fears as to foreign com-
petition from importations such as
whisky and gin affecting the new
enterprise seem hardly justified.
To a casual observer it does seem
that there are quite a large num-
ber of Dutch and English beers
offered for sale on the local mar-
ket, and Government might do
well to impose some limitations on
these for the protection of the
local industry rather than worry
with the importation of spirits. As
Mr. Goddard so aptly put it, good
rum is made in Barbados, and the
rum barons rightly have little
fear of local beer challenging
their empire.

It would be interesting te
know if the brewery intended to
produce a draught beer from the
wood, This might well prove to



1947
£
By

1948
£
profit

trading ;

» Interest, dis-

count transfer
fees om

, Interest on Tax

Reserve cer-
tificates

on

Ae

3,121 2,645

Provision for de~-
preciation of Plant
and equipment ..

7,500

NO provision has
for
of
& Build-

of

824

657

being
profit for year .,

23,204 23,805

£34,649 £34,607

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ITE Caribbean territories, faced peren-|
with the difficulties of obtaining}

T
nially
suitable markets and adequate prices for their |
staple products, and full employment and)
satisfactory living standards for their pop-|
ulation, cannot continue to neglect the pro- |
guction of commodities, such as vegetables,
which represent a substantial annual ex-
yenditure in their import trade.

This is the general conclusion reached in|
The Vegetables Trade of the Caribbean.
seventh in the series
letins being published by the Central Seere-
tariat of the Caribbean Commission. This
conclusion is supported by comprehensive
statistics showing imports of fresh vegetables
cabbages, canned vegetables, preserved
tomatoes, potatoes, onions, peas, beans, and
the like, into the territories during the thir-
teen years, 1935—47, by weight, value,
and countries of origin. The quantity
and destination of the exports of such
commodities are also given, thus afford-
ing a complete picture of the Caribbean
vegetables situation, and allowing the reader
to decide for himself the truth or otherwise of
the assertion frequently made that the Carib-
bean territories produce what they do not
consume and consume what they do not
produce,

TYfis study indicates the extent to which
the Caribbean diet is dependent on imports
for its simplest requirements and the large
number of countries from which those imports
small in the aggregate are derived. It also
affords an example of one direction in which
‘amiliar recommendations for the diversifi-
eation of Caribbean economy and the large
local production of basic foodstuffs, can be
implemented.

The “Commission territories” combined
represented in 1946 a market for 131,420 tons
of vegetables, as follows: fresh vegetables,

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visualise would be able to gather
definite data om comparable
plants as a useful guide in decia-
ing where and how Barbadians
might benefit from the experience
of other communities. Another
function would be as an authori-
ty before which to lay grievances.
Since I have been in the island
I have heard quite a lot of peo-
ple grumbling about the defects
of the system, apart from the
serious condition that has exist-
ed during the past 6 weeks or SO.
However, it seems that at present
there is nowhere to go with a
grievance, real or imagined,
whereas it could be a duty of the
Commission to hear and weigh
grievances, and in case of one
that seemed legitimate, give the
Company opportunity to state its
case in reply.

All well regulated utilities
should make a point of planning
for future growth and expansio:.
of plant to provide for it, and i
would be an important duty of’the
Commission to approve of such
plans, and if necessary to demana
that proper and timely steps be
taken to translate plans inic
action, so that the development
of the community will not be re-
tarded by a shortsighted pouic,
on the part of Company Direc-
tors. This again is especially im-
portant when the actual contro
of the Company is not in Barbado
at all but in England. In the his-
tory of engineering projects of al
kinds there have been many case:
in which the policy that was
desirable technically has been set
aside for financial reasons, and we
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positive assurance that this will
not be done with the utilities in
Barbados. What real assurance can
there be without a
body of some sort here in the
island, with the necessary techni-
cal qualifications and the authori-
ty to exercise the required juris-
diction over our utilities?

sumably call for legislation to be
‘ aad ‘ enacted.
Since I wrote tne article printed situation with reference to elec-

oy. i. tric supply is urgent, and the en-
eresting information about tire cans of events during the
past 2 or 3 years has been such
that the need for a searching in-
vr an the
a “© possible remedies
mant we see turbine strongly indicated, as well as into
re has enjoyed an envi- the matter of the rates charged
d of reliable perform- ¢or the poor service given. So far
n past, al © as I can tell from reading the
tes at which electricity is sold Acts, no special legislation is
ite substantially below those needed before instituting such an
the part- in Barbados, — by plant -_ inquiry,
onsider' comparable were written into

with ours as to size and general ~ : the

. ) 8 were passed from 40
operating conditions.

The fuel ago.

been «rying to think spirited persons have taken action
with a view to presenting a peti-

t is here. Can any readers be exercised,

3,809 tons; potatoes, 67,258 tons; peas and
beans, 29,648 tons; onions and garlic, 12.990
tons; dried, canned and preserved vegetables,
i7,715 tons. The total imports for 1946 repre-
sented an increase of 75% over the total im-
ports for 1935, which amounted to 75,977 tons,
as follows: fresh vegetables, 3,227; potatoes.
35,508; peas and beans, 24,602; onions and
garlic, 10,166; dried, canned and preserved,
2,474.










regulating

At present we seem to be far

Converting the European currencies into
United States currency at the official rates
of exchange then prevailing, the Commission
territories spent $4,475,584 US on their vege-
table imports in 1935 and $18,336,326, or four
times as much, in 1946.

Two further considerations of great signifi-
cance emerge in the present currency cris!s
The first is the extent to which these in:ports
in the European territories originate in hard

It might take time to set up
would pre-

In the meantime the

real causes and



‘The Vegetables You Bat (~~

of external trade bul- |'>

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currency areas, the United States and Can-
ada. As examples may be cited United States
trade in fresh vegetables with Jamaica,
Bshamas and Martinique; Canada’s domin-
ation of the potato and onion trade of the

seems to be



as the necessary powers
Acts as they
o 50 years

peas and beans and dried, canned and pre-
served vegetables from the United States into
the Bahamas, Jamaica, Martinique, St, Kitts-
Nevis and St. Vincent.

“The acute shortage of dollars in the Carib-
bean’’, the bulletin states, “suggests that
it is most earnestly attention might well be given to the stoppage

to be hoped that the public will of a leak for which no obvious necessity is
respond wholeheartedly and apparent.”

romptl signi iti F ‘ i :
promptly by signing the petition. The second consideration is, perhaps, more

important, as representing an active, rather

Now some energetic and public-

tion asking that the powers may

the diversification of Caribbean econcmy is
regarded from its regional rather than a
purely insular aspect, there are two hard
currency areas in the Caribbean area whose
imports in vegetables constiti:te one of the
most promising sources of dollars for other
Caribbean producers. Those territories are
Puerto Rico and the Netherlands West Indies.

“The Caribbean area ought not to find it im-,
possible” the book continues “to produce vege-
tables which could hold their own in, at least,

local markets with imports from distant Latin
Madeira,

be the excellent seller that it is
in “other sof the world
Draught beat ei ae

ud also open a market
for barrels and casks, although, as such
casks are usually retwmable, it might
not prove particularly remunerative

Just how many would be employed
in the proposed new industry would de-
pend, as Mr. Goddard said, on the
success of product, If the price is ight
and the quality comparable to importec
brands, there should be subsequent em
ployment for a fairly large number of
people. Not so long ago, certain hon
members did not appear to be in favour
of outsiders coming to this colony and
setting up. business, but there were »
voices raised against foreign capita!
startin the beer industry here—and
rightl¥ not. Outside enterprise whic’
results in employment of local labo.
should, in these times, receive every
encouragement.

It was, quite naturally, not revealed
as to whether the company intend to
produce more than one brand of beer
or whether they intend to manufacture
stout, which also seems to enjoy a fai:
local sale.

Apart from the matter of price, much,
too, will depend on the co-operation
of local retail stores, clubs and hotels.
With Canadian beer now unobtainable,
a local product should compare favour- i
ably with such imported brands as are
presently on the market—and may well
prove vastly superior in many cases
Some of the imported beer which this
scribe has tasted here has resembled
anything but, beer—just what it resembl- |
ed I am unable to say, as there are |
limits to what may be put in print

American countries, Egypt,
Rumania, and elsewhere”.

The export of Caribbean tomatoes, especially to
; Canada, the prewar export of Puerto Rican cucum-
bers to the United States, the increasing exports
of vegetables from the Dominican Republic to
Puerto Rico, Netherlands West Indies, and the
British Leeward Islands, together with the export
of Haitian peas to the Bahamas, are seen as SO
many indications of Caribbean potentialities which
await only fuller exploitation to increase the
Caribbean export trade in vegetables.

_ In this connection, the most hopeful development
is felt to be the competition of Jamaican canned
vegetables with extra Caribbean imports not only
in the local market but also in Barbados.

There is of course one great difficulty before
which the Sere producer is at present impo-
r tent — tariff barriers, In this connection the
h 7 i , rrie ,
ae te tate on somes The |Caribbean Commission recently agreed to sponsor
previous Tuesday I had barely had|@ small conference of territorial statistical officers
me to, settle down, to my casarnnry ‘this year, and the Commission’s Central Secretariat
‘iced wae to on eg Ape ig geet ben jis preparing a brief and factual statement concern-
at Kensington. And not so long ago |ing the tariffs levied by territorial governments on
I never dared to doze lest I should not/|the essential commodities imported by them. Dele-
be in time to duck. However—the good | gates to the conference will then have this infor-

old days will ret is tu ; ; : . : .
Gaetan nature mation to guide them in their deliberations.—C.C.

Cyprus,







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Everybody Walks In The Middle

place on March PROFIT & LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR TO 30TH JUNE, 1948



To provision for By balance
1948 1947 Taxation 13,500 13,500 brought down 23,204 23,805
£ £ To provision for » Balance
dividends 10,000 10,000 brought for-
$4,177 34,048 To balance carried ward after
forward . 1,662 1,958 appropriations
& Dividends 1,958 1,653
353 447 £25,162 £25,408 ————__——-
a _ £25,162 £25,458
119 112 CAPITAL & RESERVES —
kr ¢? SHARE CAPITAL AU-

THORISED & ISSUED £200,000
Daily Service

To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Kindly allow me on the
occasion of the second Anniver-
sary of the “Daily Services” over
Radio Distribution—to express my
deep appreciation of these services.
I personally gain much from them

I think listenit

more people to spend this early
quarter of an hour listening in to
these services.

I would now like to express my
deepest thanks to al) Ministers
concerned and to the Management
of Radio Distribution. I



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pRIDAY. MARCH 3, 1950

EE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Clerks re o—_ : , Tanganyika | Waterfront
Wants Many | 3% Now Being | Now Busy

| More Members 4 Developed Walking through the Pierhead|

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Lane, one could see about 1
Pembership was the zi | lorries parked behind each other|
B members meeting of the @ From Page 3 and ioaded with sugar while
eee re eee ae Mandate from the League of | another six or seven were in
ees St se > BE Nations. | bonds being unloaded. EN you feel listless, tired and) depressed,
It that the greater the



; s fe’ i
Bobet of members the better

the chance for the Union to
Paepre a badly needed increase in

e

tjon

the reason is that your blood is thin and
Pale — without enough red blood-corpuscles —
and your nerves are weak and undernourished.

New red blood-corpuscies
What you need is a course of ‘Sanatogen’ Nerve
Tonic Food. ‘Sanatsgen’ combines the two
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on a course of ‘Sanatogen’ today.

eo } The sugar, which was coming |
Two Set Backs : from all parts of the island, was}
Under British administration, | ho", = ow F see acre
development was twice impeded—} o* p~°S ol sage age
S. P. Musson, Son & Co., Ltd.
once due to the fall of the pound] ang Messrs Manning & Co. Lid
in 1931, which led to retrench- Bags of sugar in the bonds
ment, and subsequently due to the were as high as 35 tiers. Men
outbreak of war in 1939. were that high neatly packing
Now, however, the territory is} the sugar away. This part o°
undergoing a phase of rapid de-| the waterfront was busy all day
velopment in a very large number
of ways. It is very rich in
mineral. Diamonds, gold, micah
and others are alreacy being ex-
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was promised after the
on March 23.

ws ANNUAL GENERAL
MEETING of the Amateur
ie Association of Barbados
held at the Synagogue build-
mag synagogue Lane at 8.00
Myeiock on Luesday night.
Py was decided to hold its local
Mubietic Meeting on Easter Mon-
Ger and the Intercolonial Meeting
Whit-Monday and Thursday,
Giy 1. The report for the year
Mug and the Financial Statement
adopted.
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Getting Some
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The “Lord Combermere” look-
ed quite trim “among the othe:

The pink diamond which was
presented to Princess Elizabeth on
her marriage to Prince Philip came
from a mine in Tanganyika which
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THE RIOT SQUAD tea by Sergeant Major Simmons marching



the principal ones... Agricultural
industries are also ffourishing.
Sisal is produced and exported in
very large quantities. Coffee and
are among other products.
There is also the great ground
nut scheme which is being run by
the Overseas Food Corporation.

i Miss Grace Cumberbatch
on Ladies’

Parade At —
District “A” |



craft in the Careenage yesterday”. r :
was read from the British Lhasa wae eee sie el, whee eee teen eee ee” * eee an "an ans
pris rea fom the Bish . ae Billi: So: Pa ROY eT op er minerals which have bring ashore Princess Alice, Coun- os
esse Asocation. in i ee olin —icnebantianatg feo aincovered in large quanti-} tess of Athlone on her arrival
Nort in their International Meet- I ssing 4 du | Sugar Workers’ Houses es, Jead, coal and iron ore being | here, was being painted and given

POULTRY FEEDS
OF ALL KINDS

& general clean up during the
week. |

Another feature of waterfront!
activity was the motor schooner
“Cachalot” being dry docked.
Shortly before midday, workmer
of the dock along with the ves-
Sel’s crew succeeded in geting it

“their International
ting.

- Both invitations were accepted,

Cumberbatch having depart-

Mio British Guiana earlier in the

_ Should Be Repaired
With Welfare Money



With a blaze of colour, trimness
and brilliance, the Police gave a



a
a ce, wate | So on and by 2 p.m. the dock started Now obtainable
the C ittee an-| Passing Out Parade at District | Cost of Livin to go up. trom. . .
t t mmittee of Man-| ¢ 3° _a ict g go up
me : nine year 1950:] "A er ertay evening in the| Says St. Thomas Vestry 25 The “Cachalot” gave the cae URINA ye mc ge
ident, Mr. J. W. B. Chenery;|PFesence of Mr. W. C. Johnson, | VESTRYMEN of tl ee vii r The cost of living is very high. men much difficulty in docking it & Co., Ltd.
Vice-Presidents, Mr. L. A. reg Adviser to vhe Secretary of a eek MEN Of the parish of St. Thomas think that Imported articles are particularly | Since Monday trials were made,
and Dr. C. G. Manning: ao A Colonies. | &n appreciable portion of the Labour Welfare Fund should] &XPensive. Fresh foods are not| but the tide was not sufficiently
Presidents, Mr. G. E. Clarke, ne Police displayed the quality! be allocated by Government full.



always easy to get in the towns,

for the repair of the houses ;
pe ~| but the situation is easier else-

of each section of their organiza- | ‘ :
in the sugar industry. The

A.M. Jones, Mr. F. C. God-| tion and performed some excellent

of employees in the parish



r maint i ; ; where,
i, M.C.P., Mr. V. T. McComie,| demonstrations reason, they said at their meeting yesterday is that many] Th
a Pronk : 7 ’ : 6 vs ay Is & k ere are several European 5
Colonel R, T. Michelin;} A huge crowd surrounded tha| of these houses are in a very bad conditi >y reas i i i 2 ”
t, Mr. W. A. Richardson;} grounds and exhibited a keen } Tae to ey, enone settee, eee deetin ac ee

that the money should be made available for tl purpose
without delay, even before any part of the Fund be used
for playing fields or any other purpose.

horary Secretary, Mr. J. W. B.
ynard; Assistant Secretary Mr.
hE. Jemmott; Auditors Mr.

lands where farming is opened
fairly extensively. Certain dairy
products like ham, bacon, sausages

sense of pleasure. Just before the
display began, the crowd were |
prevented from entering, but when

March 3, 1925)

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‘A.D. Gale and Mr. L. Thomas.| the parade got fully underway,| A Resolution containing t ese | Dr. Cummins as a member of the cheese and butter are produced THE VISITOR
i. ) a g these locally, rend h f thes
“ they thronged in with that degree |Suggestions were passed by the | Executive Committee, to do_ his ¥> rending the cost of t aoe :
Hive ordinary members also} of excitement which was not. to Vestry to be forwarded to Gov-| utmost for them to get the money | COâ„¢Modities rather less expensive | Our faces flush up like red roses:
part of the Committee of] be thwarted, even by the burly | ernment. far the playing field.at an early than that of corresponding items Our bones and our craniums
gement. They are Mr.Jarms of the law. _ The matter was raised by Mr.| date. On August 24 there was|!"% Barbados. ache; —
$.E. Mayers, Capt. J. R. Jor-} Among those Present were; Mrs,|S. A. Walcott, who in the first | the opening of the nurses’ quar- A large meat-canning ¢oncern,| From the tips of our noses, right |
f Mr. L. R. Cyrus, Mr. C. Gal-] A. W. L. Savage, wife of His Ex. {Place referred to a somewhat | ters and at the function he again] Tanganyika Packers Ltd. is due down to our toeses, |
ind Mr. C. W. Wickham, cellency the Governor, Dr. H. G. |Similar action that had been| asked Dr. Cummins and also the | to commence operations shortly. We burn and we smart 7 :
Senior and retired athletes of|Cummins, M.C.P., Mr, H, A_|taken by the Vestry of St. James,| then Acting Governor Mr. Per-| The territory is now administer- we shake. as OuR Linkn~ DEPT.
Bisland graciously consented to| Dowding, M.C.P., Mr. C. Ww. John. | That body, he said had decided | owne, to do what they could toj}ed by Great Britain under a The worn and our fellus seem |
on their knowledge to young Bolt Mr. a cl epee i be on Rise ad serie rn | * pe ares as quickly as pos-| Trusteeship Agreement with the All, talpoth a f | f
bletes apart from this, a] Police agistrate, and _ Mrs,|/Was not being properly handled. | sible. hey promised to do so. United Nations Organisation, an ess Mees from our |} ae is sae na
Ig a Bees > made for mem-| Hanschell, Mé. DeLasle Inniss,| The idea of using some of the| On October 13 he received 1 . view; |] GLASS TOWELS, 77c. each
Ship, ‘with a hope of better} Yt. Col. J. Connell and Mrs. | fetds of the Fund for playing | letter from Miss Arne Social Wel- Our Language is florid, our a
ae tae : _.. | Connell. fields was all very well, they had | fare Officer, through the clerk of temperature torrid; = se
mils being obtained this year Display Begins jconsidered, he said, but on the| the Vestry,’ It was an invitation FAULTY BRAKES The Flu- 'Tis the Flu! KITCHEN TOWELS, 48c., 74c., and 78. each
MODAY IS the S.P.C.A. Tag, The display began with the {Other es they thought the | to meet her at Dist. “A” station. Tis the Flu! ‘
b Day. People who pass| Police Band, who made a breezy eo hed ane Ya phy He and the two other members} LIONEL H. RAMSAY oi W. L, DAMASK NAPKINS, 65c. each
Halgar Square, along the pave- detour around the sward, play-| oud be aitkndiad te feet ens 7 a E laying oo Compaltteg Chelsea Road was fined 20/- and
the Public Building,]ing light music. . . 7“ j met Miss Arne a e ume ap-| 2/- costs in 14 days or one month’s
4 7 oo ‘alas will Next on the sward was the| For Sugar Workers | Pointed and they discussed vari-| imprisonment by His Worship Mr UCK TOWELLING in White, Gold, Green, Blue and
ii collecting money and he| Police dressed in day duty uni-; _Mr. Walcott Said that the Fund he things. She informed them] H. A, Talma yesterday for driving Rose at 70c. and 8le. per yd.
be collecting it in order to}£0rm, then Police dressed in night ~_ ie Started three years ago| then that _ Vestry would not!ithe motor car M-1539 on Bay
» hal duty uniform. The Riot Squad and the contribution of the parish | get more than $1.50 per head of Street on February 2, with ineffi-
oe oct tors (not came next followed by the Har-|0f St. Thomas, so far, was $99,770. @ On Page 7 . cient brakes. YELLOW COTTON DUSTERS 26c. and 36c. each
hits tir ) o il “he a bour Police and Fire Brigade, The! It did seem unfair that they could | Se >
" ime) wi be see ,







the City and the suburbs.
Day is held t> assist in raising
for the S.P.C.A, in. order
they in turn may be able to
out the good work they
been doing for so many
INTY-ONE THOUSAND six

| hundred and ninety dollars
be the 2/~ Sweep First Prize
Barbados Turf Club Spring
This“amount is $4,482
‘than the First Prize ‘ast

aid also the largest First] feigned squabble, arrested some. a eet pe ce ‘\— oe — on so sane easement : 1
Mor any Spring Meeting. Another went io their rescue while |? “FT. Mv aicott, finally pass | SSS SSS FESS = ———— ——————— ie
sali 9 ‘vi ie a third, when the mob was sup- Resolution which reads: )) i
mo */- Sweepsiake)a ie ‘ * _ or ae th :} aj r “The Vestry of St. Thomas is | ~~ T Ss C LOOKS by
Closed yesterday and posed to have reached the eight | of the opinion that in view. of the . a‘ NEW ARRIVALS '
BCC. has been sold out.Jof its fury, were forced to fire|s id condition a many tf thal EMPIRE THE TRE | HI HAP |
Wnine sees have béen her « a. ee ut orders|houses of the employees in the | A A
n 1e dr witho ders oe oN : a :
; sugar st n this parish, aj}
wich followed, the police. en- stebter. portion ‘a the saben of | PLEASED WITH LIFE j
ELUESDAY ®, See. Gh. Una| eemee. snpwed . renasiven. Wa the Labour Welfare Fund should 7 1 ‘ AT {
mown origin broke out at| practised and trained. lay | be utilised for the purpose of re- , ERIC GATES ;
Pond, St. Joseph and The final phase of the display bait to such) houses. !
d3 acres of second crop|Was the Police Band Cadets’ ver- “That the funds allocated to PRESENTS C ;
Md 1% acres of third crop| sion of a Drill Display. : .jedch parish should be on_ the |
“canes, ; = —— an their Gaping basis of the sugar produced by
are the pr , ° _{in the form of a humour panto- | the) arish. |
of alte ot iy 08 DT mime, They marched around, with Phat individual amounts for ye
(ay allay pcg’ hands at their sides all the while, repairs to houses should be free
; . and jerked their feet in rhythmical grants similar to the free grants Ba
eMIBALD APPLEWHAITE | Manner. = - made to factory owners and land- noticia ABLETS " .
Superlative, St. George The Band climaxed the evening |(wners from the Rehabilitation ‘ CIGARETTE eee eee
ddenly at his home at about by playing the 4 Retreat anc | Fund. | YUE reo INSECT rowpes ;
AM. yesterday, The tter| ‘God Save the King. “That the money of the Labour | | L RE THERMOS WIDE MOUTH fk
ey: em. lfz Fund should be _ used |} (CA FLASKS 2 pint, % gal, 1 gal ‘
poried to the Coroner Welfare t JS) ;
, ean eae ‘ fi without delay before any part of | Dh THERMOS 1 pint FLASKS
WINDOW of a house at ugar or this Fund is used for playing | { SINGING. KITCHEN SCISSORS , if
+ jelds or any other purpose, LAMBSWOOL PUFFS i
i street, SOG: RENE: OP pre Playing Field ZIPP BILLFOLDS with Map of
me by Mrs. Ermie Gill, was E. / d aying Fie | a ; :
fat about 9.15 a.m. on ng an Another matter which engaged | DANCING KEPLIERS MALT & CL. OIL i]
may. It was reported to Dia ens _|much of the attention of the ie 1{ || MORGAN'S POMADE 7
Struck by a Progressive STEAMSHIP “Specialist” (4,445 | try yesterday, was that of estab- | FRESH VERT. sme, .
\ by a Progressive tons net) finished its loading he-e}lishing a playing field in the ss FRESH FLOWER HE SMOKES s
of 1,975 tons of sugar for Liver- | parish. ShRETCHES DuMAURGER ARETTES
_-.ChC pool and sailed last night. U.K. The Vestry at the ge { CUTEX NA 8H i
. bound via Antigua. Government had submitted.a plan .
‘Ss eedi The “Specialist” has beea/to them for a playing field? i j 2 a BJ 66 99 .
J in loading here for four days. Messrs.|included a site of approximately “ . ‘ BROABIAAEN AP
p S (ie Viatin & Co. Ltd., are local | five acres, on land near Dist. “D”, Ii CAPTAIN RAISON and the Palice Hand Ove & PAL SOAP |
ver Fined agents. ; which, et bas ee aes ee et GOAL. TAR SOAP H
: | pavilion would cost about 831,200. | ae i cate tek dia tidak Bald was | (By kind permission of Commissioner of Police) BOXES OF CHOCOLATES .
ME of £2 and 2/- costs to| rian to come from the Labour Welfare | NOUGAT, :
Bie dare? Seine| Comberme Fund, but a letter from the Social |} THURSDAY & FRIDAY 16th & 17th MARCH 8.30 p.m. POODYRAST 1b Peis. FOUR-SQUARE PIPE -
Onth’s imprisonment - 18 2 Tod Welfare Officer had informed | PLATIGNUM PEN SE’ yo
On Prestor Hin is of Reunion ay !them that Government was only | rE .
Gap, Christ Pid ton the C prepared to grant the Vestry $169 MATINEE FRIDAY 5 p.m,
» Sar *h yester- ; * . ,
i saial . P Now that repairs to the Com per head of population of the
S Worship Mr. H. A. bermere School Hall have Vestry area, in keeping with the | BRUCE WEATHERHEAD. T O B O.

found guilty of driving
© lorry M-630 cy Probyn
— reasonable con-
°r other people using
Toad, i _

sixth branch was the C.I.D. in
plain clovhes. These were followed
by the Writ Servers. Mounted
Policemen succeeded and
rear was brought up by Motor
Cycle riders and Police Transport
vans,

It was at this stage that eveni's
became most thrilling. The Riot
Squad demonstrated, the many
tacvics requisite in the quelling of
a turbulent mob, much to the de-
light of the crowd.

One section of the squad charged
upon mock rebels and after a





been completed, the monthly re-
unions on the first Friday of the
month of the Combermere Old
Boys’ Association will be resumed
today at 8 p.m.

the |}O£ population.

else.



’
only be allocated $12,750, accord | |
ing to the suggestion by Govern- {
ment of granting $1.50 per head
They only had
8,500 people in the parish.

Mr. J. Mahon said that at the
time the Fund was started, the
idea was that it was to be utilised
for the workers in the sugar in-
dustry, in an effort to improve
their social conditions. It was not
specified whether it was to be
used for building houses, estab-
lishing playing fields or anything

ously to further the

Barbados.








general principle laid down
throughout the island, and that,
in certain cases exceptions would |
be made. They were asked that |
they revise their plan in the light

8.30 a.m.

D i , the courtesy of the/of that decision. _
a 3 aon British Council, there will be 8] The members pointed out that

"hy film show in which British News,| having regard to the population | ———.
—— the Olympic Games, Western Isles] being only 8,500, this would only

tkeys Arrive

600 bags of copra : ,
ags copra along
"drums

Vir 44-ton *Belqueen”) 1950 season. terview the Governor on te
Meent, —_————_-
* matter. " Green, Rose
' reigueen" is expected to LEAVES FOR Mr. J. Mahon was the first wide in Blue, Gold,
1S evening on its re- speak on the matter and saic ' si SIN ba Oh d nlsl'din b's wis ve $24.00
ns. fo St, Vincent From GRENADA TODAY that it was his intention to om tf ze 90 x 105.
E Will be taking general ‘ en lard,| the Governor-in-Executive Com-| 70 x 90. Each $17.25
Mo F g genera ‘ >s of sugar, ard, | the ae on : A size x OM nec nees
tonett Port. Agents. are intense te general cargo have | mittee. He was a eet
F “er Owners’ Association been loaded on schooner “Marea ee ee ae torts cant ‘ tite
, nf 7. whinhs 4 c led to} whether © s Bleached Hems: hed
Aneta iin aie aadl aliens is schedu os 4 , i cep khae ees ea.
ee ied to-day | get a playing field. iis LINEN PILLOW CASES 18 x
*s on T d This vessel is consigned to the; The in sani ok te a, | Bleached Hemstitched Linen
y 7 2 ; ssocia n ernment, > repo
; 9 ay Schooner nf: reared oR” 25 tons ing Field Committee since June BEST PRICES PA BAG TOP PILLOW CASES. 21 x 33 ....... +
; f Ordinary at 11.00 Schooner or, ¢ vesterday’s| 1949. As Chairman of that com- :
; . anothe a Se

nt
Council at 8.45 pom

EM, veunasuan |titer tine ania ballast | sentatives ee ee ee |
pam. || Messrs. Barbados Import & Export) (ON Gite which had been oa i
ee i ules, | KNIGHTS LTDY CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd.
Ba vag | A NEW FOREMA. jhe had with him and ex PHOENIX PHARMACY 10, ll, 12 & 18 Broad Street
Mtbadian History ut ft ee “age tla ley G ienth | field wou! in ete. T? ,
,
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ang a film on Road Safety will

be shown. ;
After the film show there will

be the usual games and members

of cocoanut oil and] of the Football Section will meet
°YS arrived here yester-'to gnalize arrangements for the

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be $12,750, totally inadequate for |
the establishment of a_ proper

playing field, and they were afraid |
they could not agree to the pro-
The playing field committee |
were accordingly appointed to in-

WAN

mittee, he had invited the repre-




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CLASSIFIED ADS. [wasp |

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4s resi * Pp ped Thitiby, Luculu
*romboli, Mitra, le » ad ¥. Ma
aris. Fort Charlotte, M/V Bonaire, M’'V Angro, Rinconhills, MY Shavcane Geary

60,

, SOSOSSS SECS DSOE SPOS IE :
‘ Hight Plead Guilty| Fiye Breaks |} a2
eS as oa neeaenonenatenanend? 1s, i
i my , | - € Dreaks | Professional Notice |
qe —————— A * PRAGUE, March 2 e x : ; iy fl
— os tite ~ > The office of Dr. C. M CeO. ig
A OK apable Cook-c | Mr. J. A. Louwers, 35 year old v wht ‘ no ¢ Mm F
ve a n b _ . 3 > B | ne’ be closed | o_ ‘ a
} A ¥ i s§ FOR RENT Hil, St} ‘os : N ure, | i uich businessman, pleaded guilt 4 } from Mareh 2nd 1980 unii, Uancrs y oy
ee ws 0 Ne ll §0—2n. | ‘n the State Court here today to Lao tee 978-86 ~
——— Week Su —- a | A COOK Retesenmn pe Mt |charges of treason, spying and LANCASHIRE, March 2 Dy ‘ oF
CEMENTS ee * Fra ; ue | cubotage = — Tagan eta ? CO, -
XOUNC . : re ob ur early jay in : ; i
E LE per word HOUSES ed he yh Tee eee eet me arc or aoe Gaddar tak my the x on OOS ”
“por SA oer. oe & j(iants on trial with him entered hold of the Liverpool steamer | % one os @
s q = DOMUM ANNEX. Bon: for our Office. App the same Pa. < . | A tting of the Ciub witt be SS
} Dial 3947 cee ‘written applicati. : oe | in Carlisle Way W aa ~~ ’s Agency corre. | ®98il (4,913) as she was lying at Sik gt te CHU. nines Tight io ;
” —— -~— ian i SMIGHT’S LTD | IN PORT Se I tiv S.. Sch ARRIVALS “ - . — s gency CORSET nehor after arriving from Buenos foots Lane i¢ 7.30 p.m tonighP® ~
iad | vende Os ied Ave, Bellawitle, fu: 3. 3-36~4 Marion Belle Wolfe, Schooner Db’Ortac Schooner Belqueen, 44 ions net, Capt. eaeeeoa Were refused admit- Aires. She was towed into doct me meee 1 ae % ¢
: . Y s hole , K 2m St. Virwer a 2 . t— Se os . a
: er chase i 48 .¢ ) 3450 or 2098 sige "Ta Phove | MISCELLANEOUS j Yacht Leander, Sch. Manuata, sch &= . aun "ty Agents: Schooner | tance to the court.—Reuter. where it was decided to leave th % A. CLARKE, * 8 d
7 \—=—— sree mets | eae enna Adinz Mac, Sch. Zita Wonita, Schocne: hooner § ve 5 curning cargo covered, until] @ (Secretary). iy / f
j Unie ne SHA 3 . ilies dis j a c We ‘coner Sunshine R.. 25 tons net, 2 & 8 ’ $ ;
SALES j ron: Excellent spUNGALOW— on Gertl- | Founaee eee eae, Ce Marea Henrietta, Sch. United Pilgrim 3 Gaty Patrice, trom Martinique: Agents:| Seat of US. Government dockers had unloaded bulk oil |“, oF
ND’ REAL 08 TT So BUADON, Plantations rok ON | Bartiados ‘Telephone Serge Sch Base 1 amiss, 4 Sch. Laudalpha, Parbados Import & Export Co., Led. from the other holds of vhe vessel. A
ON A Phone 4640 So we =| Webb, Phone 31g. j; Sch. Philip H. Davidson, Aux Soh DEPARTURES N. qT —Reuter.
bene 1.3.50—i4 | $.9.50-¢ Cachalot, M. VW, Lady Joy, Yacht SS. Specialist, 4,445 tons net, Capt. ot To Be Moved P }
per agate line | “Leith” —Worthine, a j Serva La Bari, M. V. Blue Star, Sch. Harriman, for Antigua; Agents: Da =]
is ‘ a) nished, Electric Ges sama ghee Lady Noeleen, Sch. Moliv N. Jones. Corta & Co., Lid. WASHINGTON March 2. i
le ‘ 2 50) 3. 3 2 rom ' i tz » Mar i.
mum charg @ 1.20] 38,March. - Apply SG. Trae. Phone) CMOS T w| FOUNRD | iN TOUCH WITH BARRADOS COAST STATION President Truman to-day scoffed : . j
; tai 18.806 | a! Cane and Wireless (West Indies) Lid ~MVV. Urugay, S.S. Rosewood, Jat Suggestions tha! the atornic age Publisher Apologises
‘4 agate lines) PLATS tne 2 ~— | edvioo thet they can now communican Nelson, Quirigua, $. Mateo, Queen bP requi ed , h 5
; I orateaTS Milly furnished with Refrig- | LOST | pith the following ships through their Of Permuda, Rangitau, Waren ee frequired no hh a gl =~ = ’
NOTICES oa Tat ae linen at Indramer, Worthing, | ms | Barbados Coast Station Kiang, Dedmar, Apache Canyon, Putella, {Government aya trom Washing- In Court > 3 BOMING BURNENSs —
agate line... oo oe 13.1, 50—t.¢.n. | 5) PEPSTAKE TICKET Reres E199. “Menai, Wielariens. shopdale fond, Chee a a sghmond. Cleve- fT ton. > 1 GRILL BURNER & PAN.
“ha 2 § NR P , | Gala _ : > P Bristo); 3 > Is! recida
" we ’ ’ \ “NEWHAVEN™, Grane Coast. quills | Advig ‘eee return to Advocate folamouth, Seabreeze, Dolores, Svottish * - Mormac Isle The Preside: told > G
WENING {.DVOCATE (Monday) ‘urnisched, Garages Servant

{ Musician, Lampania Johilla, Alcoa Po!-
Rooms. | 3.3.50—in. ‘ eo Re
s
ee inch Tube, peathing beach. February, Mort. |
yy Ovember: December: $60.00 per

| month. Phone 4476.
Servant Rooms, |

month §.1.50—t tn
iN MEMORIAM |
Bathing heach. From March

ey er eee
apna | Per month. Phone 4476. oe ys STOMACH v4 5
, i 6.1,50—t.¢.75 _ aes
is y of our dear wif> and
IN ovine HELINE. BUDROA. ARM-| CORAL SANDS) Will Take sooth

r Wort
0 who was called, to rest on | furnished Flat orthing (1)

ith Sily ine, | 9 om
h 3rd. 1948. Yor further Partigulare “| UIs Tt EPTO-BISiMOL



LONDON, March 2,
A London publisher to-day
apologised in court to Frederico
Mandel, Austrian-born Argentine
|industrialist and ex-husband of
e film star Dotty Lamara, for put.

Italy To Stage Cyeling lishing a murder mystery, ir
: : which an ex-Austrian namec

Championships

| Mandel was referred to as head o*
PARIS, March 2. la gang,
|

ference that he \.as
the capital, where
felt perfectly safe,






REEN ENAMEL FINISi
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your Gas Si

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FURNISH.























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“FARAWAY. St. Philip coon Tor |
| furnished, Garages, flip coast, fale











—_.euter,

ARRIVALS by B.W.LALL. ie
From TRINIDAD.” “urchas, Wilcina Chartes, Alfredo Ja or

0 Genmaine
Ella Hall, Richard Hall, Col. Beadon.,


























, ne kl u il a OF
Adikeoer ty : : DEPARTURES by B.W.1.A.L Italy will, stage the 1951 world |" A substantial sum” was paic e j
5 th h Glory's gate | Lashlew enaeoe ae Weuguien oak oe _, Por TRINIDAD: Mra Elizabeth Glenn | ¢¥cling championships, it was de- | in damages and costs, and th AND EASY. }
eg wil, Our Dee feces 28.2501 tn, | and feel good again! Yvonne Durant, Edith Browne, Esnns — ee * Glenn, Mr. Issac Carmich [cided at the Union of Cyclists | offending passages are being ex 2 j
ring to thy Master’s rest, | HOUSE: Modern Hunseing a7! P -Bismot Pense, Walter Gibbings, Cecil Ske>, aan ‘llaria Best, Mrs. Mariam International Congress here to- | pun from further issues of the < fs
entering Wet odern Bungalow, freehoid ‘opto. is gen- Hurold Kidney, Ida tidnes 4 ti orde, Me. John Law, Miss Elsie Max- } e. ;
\ angels guiding on | 4.836 sq. ft. Fruit trees, lovely garden Ha. lt spreads a sooth. fax hey, a Kidney; ivy 2 wel. Mr. Hugo Montes Mr. L. Messin day. novel, the Counsel for defence ;
strong (Husband), Anderson , plenty of space f, : re . , Vivian Lee, Percy Phillip, Rosa Ramirez M Ss, 2 .. Messinger, y ‘ ,
7. A. spe rOn arriuys., Wine eee spec x dor: Chickens cys | ing, protective coating Arthur Bryden; James Medvejer, Eliza. i Reta Pyke, Mr. Charles Brooks, ~-f Reuter.) states.—Reuter, Bedstead
Swlith Blackman, Viola Arar | tc Delmont Reg! pply: t- | mea ities slomech beth McRea, Consuelo Goddard, Othniel Mtr. Peter Brooks, Mrs. Blaine Brooks ads,
(Sister in law) | intestine! walls,

3.3.50—In. | PRIGHTWOOD—on Sea, St. Ls oe 1. Hel ;
| Gop Rae Fuse Lawrenc Ips calm ond quiet the upset

= ie Fine APPLY — to Mrs. “Weatherhead, | 2 Melee retard fermestetion ond forma. Bi
FORK SALE

3 ‘Be and double Irony
Pir or Mahogany, $7 up— Beds,»
Cots, Cradles Wardrobes or Lane nt





ee ' Mv. Gilbert Marcano Mrs, Olive
= | Willams, Dorothy Bovell, William Do!- 3 . . ive Tolan
3 ts phin, Isabella Dolphin, Berv! Davy, Kate M® S, Rampersaud, Miss Joyce Knight
, Davy, Ann Svott, Ella w, John Mv. William Sixt, Miss Dorothy Lewis.
Kenny; Murray Ai nder, Capt. A. F. Mv. Herbert Skeene, Mrs, Lucy Melcher





Presse Vanities and Dressing ©
I Tabies— Washstands, Nightchairs,. §
| “Siinemeea® | over. tion of gos i “tore, James Harewood, Josephine Called) Mrs. Mary Russell. Miss Johnie Russell, ; |
Biren P Wortan oe : wo alii ts ——>\ Marie Callado, Ba ld Brunton, Nellie Mrs. Gladys Shirley, Mr. John William-
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Brunton, Geel} Barton, Lionel Presend, ‘ Mrs. Gladys Williamson, Mr Charles
WHITE SANDS St Cyrit’ Hicks, Edith Hicks, Mathe Mc. Xholman, Mr John Kenny, Comdr. A
TOMOTIVE furnished. The Bower, the Garrison ‘ough, William McCullough, Lloyd Murray, Mr omas Springer.

aN © ° .
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% -| Gempbell; William. “Clarke, | William For St. LUCIA: Mr George Adam. § an dian N t l Steamship:
a Avediaied: Flats. tndh. ere, Club j fk =. Mace 1. \nderson, Harry Lee, Liewellyn Lewis, Mrs. Helen Rdams, Mr. Frank Comber. ‘A a at 1ona
CAR—Hiliman Minx, one of the besi nished and unfurnished Rose A, °° nel



Dining, Lunch, Fancy and Kitchen
Tables W eggons and Larders—~
China, Bedroom and Kitehen Cap-"
inets— Tea Trolleys, Hatracks,



THE MONEY-SAVING WAY. :
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Aramed Pictures 18. to $1 oo
Oris Furniture, Rush and Cane
Oliver Bennett. 7 na veseneees ae Helen Hancock, Mr hoon. Rocking, bles, a
models, still going strong. Always] pete, ‘p : . al s “rem St. LUCIA... chile Hancock, Mrs. Marjorie Ander- Reclining Chairs—Tub Furniture ie
mer driven, in good conditicn iy Panes Ashton pial. * Lt. Col. Eric James, Colin Knight on, Capt. Albert Store at Cheval and long or smaller Mirrors ,
rt ble price. Apply: Straughn’:, nina lacen , avian,’ cas svat, at ee | Patricia Berkenkamp, | Gerard Jordan, For ANTIGUA: Mr. Cecil Adams, Mr. Sails Sails Sails Arrives | Sails framed and unframed
sage, James Street. 22.2.50—t.£.n | BL ADON. Real eee DIXON | James Levering, Alma Levering, Guy Wood SOUTHBOUND sane = ee ee
‘ . ’ ‘i us > Agents. AL

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| r lantation Buil P. Biservn” altars
One 1948 Hillman Srloon own: | ers, Plantation Building, hor 1640, | RNS
repainted and in exceNent con- 3 | FoR
Cole & Co., Lid | ;
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LADY NELSON 2th Feb, 2th Feb. sth Mar oth Mar MONEY SAVING PRICES
CANADIAN : te s
‘ —— eee eee oe St Th \ Sy RODNEY 27th M “oth on ‘oh a e
~ f Mut 3 Mar Sth Apr ith Ap
; ine Dodge : > * Irs > as estr LApY SON Isth Apr. 23rd Apr 24th Ap »
ims One Dodge Custom Sedan 1 nae PURT t¢ NOTICES RELIEVES PAIN be 2 om LADY RUDNEY. 12th May \ 17th May 30th “¥ ath “Ma L. S WILSON >
: ea C “i oes 4 —_——=_= FIGHTS INFE: | LADY NELSON Siet May ara June th « Mth June loth Ju x
ts a0 4n | a ee a eel pebinny | @ From Page 5 this. | WADY RODNEY With May | ard ui Sth July 14th July 13th Jui Trafalgar St. -:- Dial 4069
; ~ | 295 easily earned by abt we PROMOTES HEALING = | Population, They replied that | Miss Arne also said that the x
Dodge Special Deliixe So Pee dea s | they could not see with this ar-! Gove rnor-in-Executive Commut- | Arr v Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives | #OOOOGGE ISOOS SSS"
del owner driven and ‘ib ‘ or private Christmas |
Co,’ Lid. 2.3.50—4 vour friends, No Previous exneriance |













} Sument, and did not see why be-| tee had decided not to allow ag- NORTHBOUND = Barbados Barbidos

necessary, Write today | cause they had a small popula-| ricultural land to be used in the,

Beston§ St. John Halifax Montres
Sample Rook to Brita

for beautify) free } & "
Vauxhall Twelve 1940 Mode! in ‘or be tree | age gee
















; ; . LADY RODNEY 4th Mat. Sth Mar.i‘th Mar. 18th Mar ; m

ti oO 1 Island. | ¢ n’s largest and tion they should be penalised for making of a playing field, the! tapy NELSON Qist Mav 28nd May ist Apr @nd Appr oo ne JUST RECEIV ED

‘condition wner leaving Islanc oremos n . 5 . an ca 7 “ LADY R . ih. Aw ; . oth Ate wth Ap: 3 Ni

SEEN Yearwood, Goddard & mons mharvent, Publishers; highest commission, reason being that it would dé it Y NELSON th ‘May ‘din’ Dey ‘th May teth Mar. fied i" j

9723 after 5 p.m Frale wine? anes opportunity SEES | plete the island’s economic re- | tape RODNEY 8th June 101m 3s... shh June he: Rin, Sata Ses i

: Se aed By Bei eet 10 Victoris . . | sources. He did see some sense| LADY NELsow 27th June 29 sth July 10th July 3th Ju

c — | Works, “Preston, Rhgiina ® oria GOVERNMENT NOTICES. | in that because they hada big| LADY RODNEY — 27m Yunegwen <<" “gin Jul ae ee :

Fori Prefect 1948 model in a : 4 a ‘8 | es e
fed condition Apply United | Dopulation to feed, ronson
sor Co. Roebuck St. Dial 2741. NOTICE
3.3.50—5n. |



The committee, however, had! N.B.—Subject to change withers, wotice vessels fitted with cold storwge «
“eady i »! bers. Passenger Fares and freight cotes on application to
PARIS ° SAIN : REET ES ani ihe ‘ wap \lready looked around and coule
ALL persenet SAINT MICHAEL | TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF FRESH MILK TO ;
AR—Austin 10. Very reasonable in ms, firms and oo j
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Tins HEINZ Spaghetti
Parish

4 d no pasture land, but bearing |
ce, Phone 4263. having Accounts against the THE MENTAI HOSPITAL

: the statement. of ‘Mise Ava wf] GARDINER AUSTIN & CO,, LTD. — Agent.
Saint Michse} ‘ atement oO iss Arne

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their Vouchers (duly ae















































































































































































‘as put into the Labour Welfare
Fund is $99,770.’ During a similar
period the parish of St. Michae’

Ke 7 - origmal premises) and to use it at such
ee ee k ar’ M. FORD, last described premises

F pens 2.3.50—2n Dated this Ist day of March 1920
ae To SYDNEY H. NURSE, Esq

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TENDERS are invited for the supply of FRESH MILK to the
Lazaretto for the period 1st April, 1950, to 31st March, 1951.

PETE cm sas

| Tomato Sauce i
a se : Sai te ‘ Me; i ah | . oe with Cheese j
es made out’ in D TENDERS are invited for the supply of FRESH MILK to the| mind. they arranged to take her} —______—-"— — mend a j
| orate) to the respective Denahtnet Hospital fi riod 1s ni ; aiiahe. 4h ‘round and discovered a piece on ” * jeans, ;
nOt ‘later the ' abtny ospital for the period 1st April, 1950, to 3lst March, 1951 + P
ESTOCK isso, "te" than Wednesday, March’ Is, | 2° eee : : : Nea 7 “ : The pre-| Fortress land of about two acres, | Bots. ,, Salad Cream.
iT : FRED. J. ASHB a uders should be framed in terms of 100 pints. The pe” | She thought that was good and Th PHILIP H. DAVIDSON ‘ " » Mayonaise
ne atia . s 4 ‘ ail 7 ie. ‘ ne 4 vrei e . The Sth AV SON . :
Ba wonke sia tae “naa _" a Churc hwarden’s Clack sent dally requirements are about 200 to 400 pints. Further partic u-| te promised to contact the owner will accept Cargo and Wemear ADVERTISE IN THE fe » Sandwich
St, John, Between 9 a.m. and 12 Parish of St Michael. ‘ars may be obtained from the Mental Hospital . | to see if he would sell it, He at te sailing Saturday 4th Spread
; Basten we \-———_——__ ee eran 3. Tenders marked “Tenders for the supply of Fresh Milk j ‘lid ae the ao.teme on cae re 6 9
R PUPPIES—Parents from Ps | > Ments ital” addr Cc ial Secret: ‘ to] De coud not as he had an idea The M.V. DAERWOOD will t
B Pack. Excellent, hunting or Watch FOOTBALL NOTICE the Mental Hospital addressed to the Colonial Secre tary i ant " of building a house on the whey secept Cargo apt WOOD wil Tins » Vegetable Soun»
Dial_91-79 28 .1.50—6~ | Preparations are being made to com - orm officer by name): will be teccived at the Colonial ve mony bi Mr. Mahon said that he com- aie aes ot, “galling ate ” ” Oxtail Soup. 7
betwent iter, sasitall Season somerimne | Office up to 4 p.m. on Monday the 13th of March, 1950. municated this to Miss Arne and given.” » Strawberries.
A tw. I jay fa f Jed: ; * Tae: t ; : 4
ICAL | nesday 15th Mn Fe rage ene 4. The Government does not bind itself to accept MO—One (1) Phillips Radio *! Coens, ‘illation forms from Mr. 0.°S" | any tender inal scheme ag. there was no al-
in good condition, D. Kirton, Coppin, Hony, Secretary B.A.F_A. c/o ‘ P | ternative, B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’ } Ps :
acer iain :
Be Bleck Rock, St. Michael. "| Sdyovete, oiedenah: ie aia a | _ Now seven months after they| NCAR gLN.C.) RESULTS " neapple.
3s ~ ‘ a 2 ’ :
= = | the B.A.F.A. at the tance Head- TENDERS FOR BURIALS AT THE LAZARETTO AND had put up their schemes, they || ” Pineapple Juice.
quarters, pintold Street on Pridey Mam MENTAL HOSPITAL had got’a reply saying that they I! ” Guavas,
at 4. m. and the Annual General m scou'd only ge a ‘ i
Moving YMC A eociation takes place SEALED TENDERS in triplicate, marked on the envelope ‘Ten- cee oat Ge — = ——-—— = —— | ” Fruit Salad.
CARRIER LE’— % ecadquarters on p 4 a. * ‘ ' ,| Veerule * erta ee
t@ and Paniastiiee ee spllowing Friday, March 10th at 4.30 der for Burials” addressed to the Colonial Secretary (and no; to any cases exceptions would be made.
a. .| ‘The Agenda for the Council meeting | Officer by name) will be received at the Colonial Secre tary’s Office The Playing Field Committee CIE. GLE.., TRANSATLANTIQUE
i, Mine is as follows up to 4 p.m. on Monday the 13th day of March, 1950, for the furnish- 5 nas prepared to reconsider
5 e > * : : . ir E , 3; i
$0.00, Dial a1 = ¥ Correspondence, ing of COFFINS AND HEARSES for burial of inmates of the Lazaret- oo wane hat prilacad te one FRENC}| LINE
A seid Lo 3. Receive A al Ro t and Finanei: : 2 2. : a | " Z INCE & C d
* _1,9,0—an Statement for iar and Financial}. and the Mental Hospital for the period ist April, 1950 to 31st it one halfpenny and for the rea- Sailing to Trinidad Sailing to 0., Lt .
leer » well- | 4 Consider three schemes {or insurance} ny, ‘ch, 1951 sons that with their population Plymouth
Limited quantity of the well of players. duris rance | March, 1951. ns pop’ y
ae aan . abe ayers & the 195 ~aSO : a . " ‘ . " . a ap « s Wid are} 4 *h 21s .
Ge Se ee Goherel mae 2, Each Tender must be accompanied by a letter signed by twc| at pe 7 savant dnae they ONE cel March 14th ee DIAL 2236 -— ROEBUCK 51
, mn Oo, S. COPPIN, i - te anon 2 > t wou re : a ney were Bee es seen es Ap } it
mere ote 3.3.50—3n. | . Hony Sceretaty, 2 A F.A [Persons known to possess property, engaging to become bound wit asked: ‘tp reduce ' their original .GASCOGNE” ...,.,. April 19th April 26th
‘ 26,2.50—4n the person tendering in the sum of ten pounds for the due perform- VOB Sin cde tek 5 May 9th May 18th }

E: One Gents Hopper 3 S ae into line, and that nobody with “GASCOGNE” .. * May 24th May 3lst i :
internal expanding brakes, ¢o oS eek P ‘ ‘ as he lowest or! - a eae , anne s | if
ition. Apply B’dos Foundrs LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 3 The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest « any ane would make such a For further particulars apy to | ;

3n} , ioe stupid request : Pere . | 4

| any tender , - ‘

<< The application of Chesi
. LLANEOUS | vee, ae foe "Oheciane a i . } Particulars may be obtained from the Heads of the Institu- Parish’s Co vtribution R. M. vONES & a ey LTD. Agents. ;

the purchaser of Liquor License Ni tions concerned, | ' ze }

G sewisen PIFF ~- Small quantity | “eg uss abtentine ee it a } “From information available to * Ss ;
Diy, CC! | 1/2 galvanised pipe | Snes Checker Hall, St. Lucy, to remove satin ime,” said Mr. Mahon, “the ap , ;
460), BIS. AU=S0) | audit: Lpetine 16 a hdd oe Tt hs ih, TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF FRESH MILK | sroximate amount that this parish }

~ : a juavas,| Sttached to house situate at Checker ar ;

br c ot Pree eee Hall, St. Lucy (about 100 yards "trom TO THE LAZARETTO fj
. ad, * =») :

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estimate by 59.3 per cent, to fall
ance of the contract.
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Beautiful Quality & Designs
BED TICK 56 ins. wide
—$1.14 a yd.
PLASTIC RAINCOATS
—$2.04 each
wanenso by the Yard—
vely Quality--92¢, a yd.
HOLLYWOOD CREPE
—$1.39 a yd.
AFFETAS

ny tender would be lacking in veers gd il
ee he . i ) be g f the | they did not let the public know

5, Further particulars may be obtained from the Heads o et Scan tes ee it they
Instituflong, cpngernedi, be deprived of a playing field.

Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) = Facts Shouid be Known

Pan, Matisee and Touloure-Lautrec ae
“a 3.3.50—Gn . on .
RING BOATS—Three (3) Fishing R
Aly George Meu oe ak’ | UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER
mes Lid, Fontabelle

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; ‘ . ‘esent| has put $5697 ! > basis Quickly wy
sa 2. Tenders should be framed in terms of 100 pints, The present \ Mas put $55,970, but on the basi Te
NED MPATS Cum, Mie? Band Police Magistrate, Dist E bout 76 pints, delivered at the Institution, °f $1.50 per head of population
n s e wat, us a Jan . . te wriatite. are r Ss, P t . s y 7 = . as a
‘tins fed eae "a aan cans Apple ee ‘. i +e =? aon 1.90 . ais : St. Mpee ne es ces neon '
Tess 2 ck St.| N.B.—This application will be consid- twice daily at 6 a 4 . -m. 1 St. I 2 4 t “ aes
» Dial 3489, 35 Boeven Ee | wed et 5 Lame Cont Le be held on 3. Tenders marked “Tender for the supply of Fresh Milk to the} less Will get $114,370. That i COLDS Bay
batted at; Wednesday 15th March 1950, at 11 o'clock > . ~ any ofcer by! .
Pineapple, Peach, Plum, Straw-|® ™. at Police Court, Dist, “E’ Lazaretto” addressed to the Colonial Secretary (not to any officer by ey maul tee than Anat this " te
ere ae F SY H. NURSE ‘ . { 3 5 "eX »m : i
pon: = sree oe SO. F Police Maglowsrs, Dist “Ef name) will be recived at the Colonial Secretary's Office up to 4 pm \Wadien-sapmeing 6. menue adbed te aoe oie ' F
} 1489. 35 Roebuck S: ahead : . . ee . BR
*2.3,50—2n. | 5 5 mi Holetown on Monday the 13th of March, 1950. . he Governor and put these fact '
Pe - ornate | Se 4, The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowes before him, because I am per .
WANIZED NAILS: All sizes of 4. The Govern | tectly sure he has only been her« CATARRH, if
Remlity Galvanized Nails at 27 ’ § any tender }* eo i ahaha ‘as
. Hutchinson & Co, Ltd PUBLI¢ SA " ja matter of weeks and is not aware 2 aa
1.3. 50—In | of these things. I know he is ai a
ALVANISE S ‘ = TENDERS FOR FRESH MEAT |economist, a man of figures anc IT clears the nasal a}
¥ SHEETS—[n 24 & 26 gauge aa a “Ten- | (i the jf figures Passages to remove oY
oo 8 i aud of nae ae AUCTION SEALED TENDERS in triplicate marked on the envelope | will ae iv : ew o g! e'offiness and the ;
a. Dietes 1/16, 1/8, %, 6/16 end | Joo 7 ; . ‘ ary (6 oi to} can su ; eel very strong), Listress| rondl-
F Ree rites. Enquire Auto Tyre} STALLION JEEVES; 9 y.o. Jamaican der for Fresh Meat” addressed to the Colonial few. Pree z oe ‘ie is ind edie’ t woule distr asin ane
‘afalgar Street bred ‘horse (Bessaquimec-Light Reading) f ine " P| receiv ial Secretary , a markaind Hae atarrh:
1.3.50—t.f n |to be sold at nope without reserve any officer by name) will be received at the Colon - the sur | accept a reduction 1 woud resigs paleht: ma coat } :
a qo to ithe highest bidder at the Garrison Office up to 4 p.m. on Monday the 13th of March 1950, for ‘h i | trom the Board. cation bottle ons
mae SU Coat, vest and trou- addock at 4 p.m. on Saturday, March oe 4 te i. 2 £ al and i nite vetier ths
Bin perfect condition ‘very little used | ¢th : 2.3.50—n fof FRESH MEAT to Glendairy Prison, the Mental Hospit Z in The Churchwarden Mr K canny iy a aneae |
eee on. |" “OATCAKE"—6 y.0. (0.1.C. — Con-| Lazaretto for the period Ist April, 1950 to Sist peers Lee tw | 52adiford supported: the motion conveniony nt
Sys re diment). To be sold at auction withou 2. Each Tender must be accompanied by a letter signed me i He said that as a member of the handbag or pocke ; :
Â¥ for the kick off by going pserve to the highest bidder et Garri iron ions ae etiela ; e bound with;_, j iscov that}) thout fea
i. Harrison & Co. for your Foot- ach Eadie at 4 p.m. on Saturdas persons known to possess property » Engaging to become bo o rt ; pf ymmittee he had ours eo aon nara 4
hey have an excellent range | March 4th the tenderer in the sum of one hundred pounds for the due perform- | the attitude of the powers that be }
M2 at various prices as well] Inspection at the paddock invited See in this matter was just like that { THESE PRICES DEFY ;
ere tupment, Make Harrison’s 1.3.50—3n, ance of the contract. 5 ; st be | of “sending the fool further and Obtainable from -') Drug Stores : .
ee on. | “By Instructions of the Insurance Gov, 3, All meat must be of the best quality; the animals mus iy. | turther,” When one went to Mise KNIGHT'S DRUG y ORES- COMPETITION ! ot
an a - I_will sell on FRIDAY 3rd. at COUR- slaughtered at the Market Slaughter House and fresh meat be deliv Are she told him. one thing and ya Agents & Distributors PLASTIC TABLE COVERS 4
Hon & Be fe eens nee o's ren ms Pick “UP VAN ered to the Public Institutions at the contractor’s expense, when he went to Dr. Cummins he > ( one 0
af ur, stall but interesting col- Ganened ter a =r8 ; Bs 4 The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest said something else. He felt they
ber tuieâ„¢n Reproductions. Among Terms Cash. R. ARCHER McKENZIE F
“represented sre Barque, Dufy, ce Ms |






















BY recommendation of Lloyd Agents
3,3.50—-6n. | we will sell on FRIDAY the 3rd Mare”
_ ~~~ | at the Da Costa new worehouse, Wharf
PwcART & HARNESS—One () | 9 BAGS FINE *

Cart & Harness in eo] Sale 12,30 o'clock. Terms Cash
A bargain at $150.00, Phe- BR: » TROTMAN & Co
3.3.50—1n Auctioneers, ~





ment) Order, 1950, No. 6 which will be published in the Official Mr, Sandiford pointed out that

Gazette of Thursday, 2nd March, 1950. ; 2H the argument it forward by
i the maximum wholesale and retail selling G t out preserving
3. see ee ree, © arate. tamed, Soe’ all riabe ket th

prices of “Salmon—Tinned” are as follows: —




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was not possi to get. pasture —58e. up ;
2nd March, 1950. erp onnstaennenine—stspeniceecccmmniminore | Sg this playing JERSEY SILKS — 91e. up
ee "ARTICLE —'| WHOLESALE PRICE | RETAL PRICE | jield as had been. very seen Beautiful GEORGETIA |
'
Top eck Apu oS. Cole, C/o S| SALMON—Tinned (not more than) (not more than) ae a was Fae wine
Cole & Co. Lad’ Rosbuse sicee, seal Mil caine | th ee ie ee age

—$1.15
SPUN SILKS in 10 7

Different Qualities 79¢. up
GENTS’ & LADIES’ VESTS



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t to ttteby warned against | popular locality, This residence has
4). wife INEZ GI INS | large lounge, verandah, kitchen & 2
-. I do net hold myse'f| bedrooms on the first floor with extre
M any ae or anyone else con- | rooms. on ground floor now used «# @
a wr t or debts in my name} flat. The garden is walled all round
itten order signed by me | with stone. At the Rrice asked this re-
GITTENS sidence is warth inspecting. DIXON &
Marchfield, BLADON, Real Estate Agents, Auction
St. Philip. | cers, Plantations Building, Phone 4640
2.3.50—2n 3.3.50—1n

are hereby
et to

| to turn his land into pasture lana
Red ‘ $39.00 per case of 48 ) merely beeause the Governor-in-
(a} ny ee Vath, tik or \| 85c. per tin e Committee wanted to
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thing practically useless = ge }
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facts to be known otherwise they
would soon be hearing that the
Government had offered them
money for a perens pn they
had refused it, wag idea
hat they should call a ting in

|the perish to which they should
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ti tones ee nsible for her or any-| Verandah, lounge, breakinst room, lo-Â¥
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PAGE EIGHT



Charles Claims He
Can Beat Joe Louis

Anytime,

EZZARD CHARLES,

heavyweight champion, ass
“decisively” beat J

desires to fight.

ye Louis an

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Fight Stops: Game
Between Curacao

And Costa Rica



GUATEMALA, Fe 2 :

Over 5,000 angry far g .
to the playing field here tonign
take the part of Curaca .
free for ali betwe Cur
Costa Rican pla
match of the Ame
Games

The fight caused officials to st
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Rica were 1ing me gt
to nil, vy only ree \inute
left for pli

The tré ste
when a Cc ti 4
leta Moli oO t
Curacac e |
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carried off « }
When several C
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started to chase Molir e Cost

Rican substitute n on to the

field and a fist ht rte
—Reuter

| Costa Rica Athletes
fd Withdraw d

From Games

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; Angry at the pro-Curaci
ai | attitude of the spectators, and U
‘ “invasion of the pitch by t
mt public” during the soccer mai
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National
erted yesterday that he can

my

f those
in
Louis 36)
“flabby

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21.5

Anywhere

CHICAGO, March 2
Boxing Association

y time the retired champion

Writing in the current issue of
bony magazine, Charles declared

“Louis is eight years older than

am, and I don’t say I'll get on
bicycle like Jersey Joe Wal-
did when he fought Joe, but

eight years differenc*
ages” (Charles is 28, and
Charles said Louis is
around the middle and
perfect target for right jabs
is best at counter-punchint
when he has to lead with hi
ight he’s usually wide open.”

(C.P.>}

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Puerto Rico
Girl Breaks
Record

GUATEMALA, March 2
Mexico won the Women’s 400

metres freestyle relay in 5 minutes

the Central
swimming

at
Games

seconds
American
vents.
The Cornell University student,
Annexy, won the hammer
ing event for Puerto Rico
i established a Central Ameri-
record of 45.87 metres
Curacao and Salvador played a
iraw in soccer in the pres-
e of 10,000 spectators

Jaime




Costa Rica and Haiti were due

meet in another soccer game,
the last minute, it was
nounced that the Costa Rica

then re-entered
despite the earlier
that they wou'd
decision to with-

had not




led by their goal at

me, but Curacao tied the
en Boys made the on)
minutes after the inter-
McKenley of Jamaica won
00 metres track event
while the Women’s
Throw went to Judith
of Panama with 36.29

—Reuter.



Belleville Tennis
Club Results

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CARLTON Football Club will} JOSHUA WILLIAMS a 30-yea?-|joms affecting women and *hil- 7.30 a.m From, the Thies Pry |
slay a practice tech against ajold fishe: f 2 eee _ neo e, 7.50 a.m elu a.m
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tt : ” wet one month’s im- | g:mcult “women politicians, espe- | samme Parade: 8 16 a.m. London Light
“ie neon at Kensington. Play |prisonment by His Worship Mr.| Canty if they are also enthusiastic ) (5% TA" News; is Ne
commences at 4.45 p.m. The teams|H. A. Talma yesterday after he was | are as follows: — _ | found guilty of stealing tamarinds |,pje contribution to the common Ante pm. Listeners’ Choice; 1 p-r
CARLTON: H. A. King, D.| valued at 14s. 74, growing on the} welfare.” ie Debate Continues: 118 Bm oF.
Williams, V. Por:er, F. Hutchinson | lands of E. K. Walcott and the| F hewsreel: 1.30 p = ae Saal
c. Clairmonte, E. W. Marshali, 8.| property of George Hill of Ho-- Sir John Shaw said finally tha’ . Pitan; 2.15 p.m. Sports Reve. :
Hutchinson, N. S. Lucas, (Capt.) | borne, Fontabelle. the new constitution, 1s waS Na- 2.30 p.m Denis Matthews alt age ele
K. B. Warren, K. Hutchinson and | ltural, had been vehemently criti- Fe sae 3B =, Comore oe
R. And ‘ews. | The story was that Williams | Gised “by many that it does not go Paes se. fio p.m. The Daily Serv
ROVERS: R. Stanley G,)picked the. tamarinds, and then |far enough and fast enough, and ‘435 p.m. ts at the Opera; 5 Pp.) }
Proverbs, R. Atkinson, M. Foster, } informed Hill that he would have|py some that it goes too far and ' Kay on the Keys: $15» mee Te
D. Worme, V. Hunte, (Capt.) W.)to pay. for them. j i too fast.” ee “ wp m. Interlude; 6 p.™
Wells, J. Hunte, V. Cozier, G. Williams had one previous con- | eo New Records; 6.45 @m- Anthology
Jones, and K. Taylor. viction for unlawful fossession,| He said that tur his part in thi |7 pm. Ts a tay at Tsien Diary
wi ‘as DU I sohuti «a ful | Analysis: > oo at
a eT College when he was put on bond. | proves of evolution he (008 404) | oat: Ppa me, Sree?
SPARTAN will meet Harrison share of responsibility. = ewseel; 8.15 Pome News: 9.10 Pp.»
College in a friendly game of the nature of a compromise”, h. | Tones News Pirom Britain: 9.15, P
Se ie a4 Sitiiad. amend ies assert tha’ comtinues; 9.90 p.m. Take it
cotball at the College grounds concluded, and cyn aman f The e ; it?
_ this afternoon Play starts at is ‘ : Magazine; 10.45 p.m
| at hope to God that, in Unis re jum , The News.

| Affairs; 11 p-â„¢-

Destroys Truck |

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675 owned |

otor truck M aon |

4.45 o'clock. spect at least, the cynics will &

| confounded.”

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The Rt. Hon. Arthur Creec:.| Fire
| Jones, ex-Colonial Secretary, Wa>

STOLEN—
POISONED

Ceylon—C ‘wealth

)

Match Drawn | 4 panne thief entered the| in the chair at this Boyt Beate: lig” Noone en, of Station
. . jlands of Newton Cozier at Rock | Society mee oi ; driven by Berkley ou
; COLOMBO, March 2. | Hall, St. Thomas, during Monday | Governors, ex-Governors, an = ant aon hil was complete-
Bg mag og on ane night last and walked away with | Lord Chatfield, in its audie=.<- astjestroyed when it cate ot
G , wean abe . : i reful }
innings toval of 166 for the lone aa bunches of bananas valu: Sir John Shaw expressed recre wile it aon bei George on
of only ¢ aaa here tone. that “electoral vagaries” in th. vrednesday night about 9.4
then they lost three quickly while) hese bananas are dangerous | country had caused Mr. Crete whe truck was not insured

raising their score from 173 to
176.

Overnight the Commonwealta
bad scored 113 for 1. This was
ine second and last day of the
match, and by the luncheon inter-
val the Commonwealth, 245 for
6 wickets, held a lead of 79 w ith |

for they are all treated with Slug |
Poison.

Tones to lose office. —(By Cable,
a eS eset © ay














Six Cases Of
Tuberculosis

4 wickets standing. |
The Commonwealth innings : |
closed before tea for 36?, giving Notification of infectious di- |
them a first innings lead of 196.|seases for the month of February |
}

include six cases of tuberculosis.
according’ to a release submitted
by the Chief Medical Officer. i
Other cases are two of diphtheria
four of enteric fever and one of
meningitis. |
|
|
Child Health Centre
POLICE BAND directed by
Capt. Raison in attendance. |

Heavy rain then fell and no
further play was possible, so that
the match ended in a draw.

—(Reuter.)

Australia Plays
S. Africa Today |

PORT ELIZABETH, March 2.

Australia has made no change
in their team to play South Africa
in the fitth and final Test starting
here tomorrow, tne side being the
same which won the first three
Tests and drew the fourth.

Retention of the same eleven
for all five Tests of a series iv











DINNER SERVED

before the great concert

Band Concert

To be held at
HASTINGS ROCKS

TO-NIGHT at 8.00

In aid of the St. Lawrence

on Friday the 3rd March 1950
Between 6.30 and 8.30

probably a unique occurrence in ADMISSION:
cricket history. The side wa‘ Non-Members -o- 1/6
chosen today in a private warc 3.3.50.—I1n.

of the local hospital where the
Australian team’s manager, Mr.
E. A. Dwyer. is suffering from
influenza

It had been expected that nc
changes would be made as it seem-
ed illogical if they would disturb
a combination which had won the
rubber. Those who did not play
in the series were Alan Walker
Geoff Noblet (bowlers), Gil Lang-
ley (reserve wicketkeeper) and
Ken Archer (batsman).
had previously



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i or os Ge Conta 2 SIO i eee ee neath (ar meen A. D. Nourse} 28.2.50.—4n.
nw would be taken on the matte 1% 20 sae ana F. Reach (Capt.), EB. Rowan, J Neil, D. Bez-
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{ ever, to return home. One Today's Matches Fullerton, Tayfield, N. Mann, M |
1 said “Our bag are _Dr _K Nicholls and R. S. Melle and C. McCarthy. |
Pending the outcome of the _ Nicholls vs. P. Patterson and G AuStralia: A. L. Hassett (Capt.) |
officials sus} ‘ Manning. A. Morris, J. Moroney, K. Miller |
in which ( Mrs. ( onnell and Mrs. Barnes N. Harvey, S. Loxton, C. McCool
to participate . Mrs. D. Worme and Miss L. I Johnson. R. Lindwall, R. Sag-
Game ft t sent aabonl gers and W. Johnstqg=—Reuter.
message to Pre t }
of Costa ! °
attempt € > ISSSSSSSSS9S9S99G- SS SS9O" —POSOSIOS FSSOGSSS™:
fire King Donates _ Holmes Resigns |] MEETING | ane ;
{1Cé leiegation ‘ + . , . |
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f for return (Reuter. ) fi JONDON, March 2 Group Captain A. J. Holmes, al P k |
fh SOF ret were a euter The King has offered a Challenge Chairman of the English Test a ween § ar |
i —_—_— ip for a new series of Interna- Cricket Selection Committee, has + WHOLE CORN y
rhs To E liminate oon oe ae along ‘he resigned the post, due to ill health % |
fd 1 i 2 2 t 1e famous merica s Cur Group Captain Holmes captain-
‘yi contest ; rhe King’s offer was ed Sussex for several seasons be- TO-NIGHT ° CRACKED CORN
Slow Plav oeeeenase at : meeting of the fore the war and managed the l CANADIAN WHOLE OATS
J Yacht Racing Association yester- M.C.C, team in South Africa dur- , r ¢
¢ gi rit. ine, 1088-1980. He had been 2 | FRIDAY
KDO? ; he trophy will be the Brit member of the Test Selection
America’s 7 i sae Cup and the series will Commitvee since 1939. Other mem . CRUSHED FEED
siened. t ‘elit oe oe ae mmemorate the centenary of bers of the present committee are MARCH 3rd
P me athe eilaiohe a * nsive che first Americas Cup race. Rules A. B. Sellers, R. E. S. Wyatt anc | ' ° B. A. FEED
; Sahn rues ‘ “ib at ps 7 : r the new competition ee yet to T. N. Pearce.—Reuter. 8 o'clock
pen able Tenni nan pio ye drawn up but it is likely that »~~
va ee 7 coe hey will be similar to those for The Weather . LAYING MASH
os ay eee, meee Y, the 1851 race, The same course ‘
10, and 11 round the Isle of Wight will be under the Auspices of ¢ GROWING MASH
An official India team will take used (C_P.) TO-DAY the Caribbean Workers
a — a or of 20 ye a Union o FINE SALT
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compet American team mn . Moon: (Full) March 5. MOTTLEY replies to one ;
seven, and a similar number f: l o-night At Rocks Lighting: 6.30 p.m. ; y
Fetes. including i vo , " High Water: 3.27 a.m,, 3.15 his accusers .
eet tin: The Police Band under Copt, | Bal WILKINSON & HAYNES €0.. L
as « World Champio cor n will hold a concert at YESTERDAY J. W. ee sa -
entered astings Rocks to-night begin- airman
lp entered. son Nhe ee gee ck when Harry | Mainfall: (Codrington) Nil —
from 14 co untries, no fev °S Lauder songs will be played in Temperature (Max.) 83.5" F SSS PIOLDOLL PSS LESS
+ lapel 586 19 fewer than memory of the composer who Temperature (Min.) 71.5 ¥. {|
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eaikides ‘ ; : oe be a March—The Royal Coronet, Wind Velocity: 15 miles per
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FKII>\Y M Mil II on fhe Answers lo 11 Mini Questions The Big, Big Bomb BY I'l-oiY-soi||.|.;. |ej ep | % fttsident of the British Atomic Scientists' Association •W '"" "'"-bun,, u r ,V' •£,' |i the njdroen bomu c l na "ly H*' "* " also certain to S. S !> %  "• %  'i'.nrltwuwltv E w mnr attraction—jum as '> obsolete? iw—t clearly. Hi! m. 11 .> oldn lhar, %  ,; 'om bombs are not roll* own "'"* n or "•'' %  ','T' hvdr !" > bombs Smrs imt.w "" *"" This "" Jj ImpofUni weaZ/wurcv from *hlch the %  %  lank ha, not \Zm l i "o %  ., „„ r "j"' obsolete. Iivdrneen "2 f"'" ' "" KBOW no that lhe heal ,„ !" "" b n,b ,, r "" %  LTBU, comes Iron, iho combUuj '""" ""J"" "\ "' %  !. ihe .„,„ "> !" P"* of such I ( DM 1 Nk| mankind e,oeel an, .KW eonalnicllve benellu"rom the a, mS : K """• on Ihe hvdro.en bombHis can only *•• -just as Ml Will I" 1 •'" 11 AltR Mitts ADVOCATE PACK TIIRKF. "" !" en I III.S MM mnsl unlikch line can never be sure what new dlf i| new inventions will a • by.producl. But hot enough. muue as %  Dv-producl ft temperatw e case of the hydrogen bomb'l have u Ihev dn in the i.limnt at itreseni i.wi,,.,, —.. IOC ti'i.p. sjBtns babave as Ihey do in th .me must I* n as th ICverBiiif n Ca/which is 20 n WBUgrade t la fact. I b nally onl; A lakes millions ..i years to be tun cannot at present picture any wav in which its principle could be to a constructive ! t'annol the principle of releaalna energy Irnsn hydrogen atoma be uaed lo produce power rar Indnslrr" •lamed' s„ to"ob-i ?F P POSE h '' is feasible, bill Ik. mulls more nuicUj one '',''""'*' ""nember the very high o7^ iridro.;„"bZ„ z -?4LBMkT JS Uge. of Ihe h,dro,en lmh „„,,„,„ „,„„ ,„ „,„,„,„„ J hcin steedlly for ihe working of a plant 10 How ,.,dri. i, the principle of Ihe hydrogen bomb known I* scientists? reactions '"' IHIch! 8 ht atoms U Known lo all competeni nhyaj 11. traquently dig. he bomb's '''' 5* ; intlUai ot Ikla chosen ; inrt o> lb' / 'Mency. are ihp aiom lmh'.' ATOM bombs arc limite frither ;n the omount of atomic ttlotivc which they can contain %  Vrwson mpOMible r more thi amount J %  itiwr will lltLITlv : Thei ggJggtfBjaj %  C no :'"* Uml *' / 'are poplo 1. i>oml. knomi only to tt* individuals 'uig on the projen ten bomb. ,. the hydroaen bomb Improved on the atom bomb? ONI Should never predict the nitun M sciemliudison. it looks as it these two principles w using the only two wan ( f ntranag matter into iu more tiahie rorm—namely ihe bmklnf up o( itoms which are loo heavy, and the building up „f those which are too light. hnve speculated tof %  OHM tun.' about the possibilitv of dMtnrytnaj mutter entirely and turning it all into energy. This would be energy enormou 1 [) more powerful than that produced althar by tiuiton-bullong or atom-splitting processes. But 'modern knowledu, structure of the tom hi aluoVl complelciy convinced IU that such complete destruction Is an impossibility. Thcaf qnsu'rr* trere oirrn In an hiu-rrivtc irith the Sunday Express. L F..S. the expli r mrt exploding until Ud be*-:. % % %  %  ihk of makinp in ihl fc muc) verful blasj %  Wcpur^c, than will be .. '4 How murh more newerful i the hvHnw-n bomb than the Uorn bamh? A POWER I 100 time's great pc that of the Hiroshima atom has IMH'II quoted In the pspapers I do not know if m fifurr li ooi red but %  Bly Would not *.tre Tf them were i 000 Mm* bwrfiil bl Ifcr frester area TV tree of destruction wouH %  t.non time* pter. hutone might exneel it I X 100 %  •> 'he irea occupied by Greater fsi %  iWsat .re Ihe iea t fwafw New Buildings Going Up In Georgetown LONDON. By Mail. In one of its periodic articles on modern architecture. "The Financial Times" prints a description by Mr. A. Trystan Edwards a Fellow of the Royal Institute ot British Architects, of three buildings being bulll in Georgetown British Guiana. Reviewing the new a.im-g. lor the General Po Booker Bros.. McConnell and Co', and Sandbach Parker and Co.. he pointed out Ibat there is an essentially English atmosphere 1:1 Ihe Colony, although the structures are not just adaptations of British buildincs. Thcv have elements of originality which antitle them to be in son;. models for similar pUni 'hero ipacsj Is available." The General Posl OflUe. thrw storeys high and covering 32.550 square feel, will accommodale. besides Ihe Post Office and Savings Bank, the main mail sorting office, the Post Office accounment and the telephone exchange A sweeping forecoin I "emony St. Vincent Gets Holiday For Princess Alice (BarbntluN Advocate rtnia>iinit) KINGSTOWN wn turned oul in full number%  Royal v.sn here, after n v ,,, rs Th| EkkL ter of Uiii'.'n \ udirm sni. ler of Queer. U A vT ^.J 5 "'".. mornl r ,K "" n n ,v.l,.,imi Uiiu-h. Iarin, ihe hour, and reel i p,-, Tanganyika \ow Being Developed kHYlKA is a most inUng territory and Its development h...:,',, „. My lXfun com narat ksaaral oi thai %  Md the -Advocate" veslerday. lr. Inniss is now on four "'' from his duliea and ending it with his parent.%  li and Mrs A de L Inntss ol Hill He said that Tanganyika is i "rue over SW.OOO square miles ..I according to the last ronsti; f %  > %  taken In 1M. thr population consists of i.ithc more than 7.O0O.0O0 Africans ?n*2!. S' 000 A """ nd aboul 'O.noo Europeans The country has high mountains in the north and east, including the famous Kllimanjarr t 19.000 feel It U the south an< ui in ihe mhtdla n is fairly although at the same tlm< raduallv from ihe shore tc ,lhe Interior UaMka ii.ri...,!,,, On the ,-oaal. it can be assn I luring the hot season ani I as it is south of the Equator, th. seasons are the dir,. of Barbados. The hoi season rom October to ml.! The genial sun temperatures arc not higher than those of Barbados but ihe humidity U grHttr In th. Interior, n i, drier, and on ln the high lands it become:noler The rainfall varies in Ihe various parts of the territory. In Dar es Salaam. Ihe .apllal it is < rri Weatherman's Adjectives Criticised NEW YORK To his surprise. New York's on ,..itherman. |Amoa Christie, :s being ontt-ised for using adjectives in his weather forecasts. The other da] dieted thai the weather would be %  dismal" letters are coming in urging him to forecast the weather not comment upon it Mr Christtie's rejoinder "A good thing we Old not use the first adjective ssa chose—lousy." salute Mi '.he charmin/ n"d Princess Ml by Brigadier RDM and the Earl of AIM w-rnrlng mornir wrre met nt the saluting base bv Ihe Admin -• %  • 9 y Coutls, %  Shapeley. • •' % %  ipstai AMI oi Honour but .. National Aitthe-i the Prince. 4itely at th. HJI kw %  "'' it* m %  .... P.... .. ,,,,rlh ro " rann. :; %  %  ,! %  % %  * |"iim-i .ii mi of Honour. The Princess inspected th Guard and then roe illuminated addreea a. from s Clair Bonadie. the Chairn "' %  bad by ai %  lie guard, thi The .Irvrlopm-nt wf TtinianWIit. naOj hr*n In IKK., with Ihe ..M who hull* I rtlhnV thmosh ihr ,-enlrr nf Ihl "limn from |> ar ei Salaasit to Ihe lake* an-l another In the the eoaal Do You Drink? It Was Fixed Before Birth ll> Chapiiiiiii I'in. li. CS 1 -flhey could switch he drinking •sKinoierato drinker or chronic i hablu C j h "" r re J"" are On some diets all the animals R !" J? r t '" %  medical| soakc i thernaarrat in drink. On !" 7pnousne.. today. others they all "went on the %  wwri of company you keep wagon Ri2r" ninc H 1 1 v u w '"' The scientists are now trying lo JTSH."" .Iironic aliohollcs (human HZ o."*1 Wl 'orwnrd by ,. ,li. i wiUi diet ue.tmeut. B" University scientists, says lacks? !" 0 ** lTi v ''' lc< 01 B^li^ ., CHURCH ACCUSED ,"r PRAGUE. March %  TAdier The last asylum of reaction, the '*WlfauTi nrL-T .' ZLi hi h Catholic Church hierarchy. r,h must be stripped ol Ihe remnants of life hypocritical cloak. Hade l-ravdo. the organ of the Czech Communist Party, said today. ipor was commenting on Goltwald's recent re'2*!?? i the rwull Bf^f-ul. pre^m, at birth gprobably inherited. Usts offered animals E? leoboj %  HVSL.: %  '"' W,U •Waul' ''," "*"""• "PPWreo mo*r %  '" "" ""'ot-ilei-. £ __ n -w^-s. wu a uiiini m, ing with the new town plan for' the area, is o main featuiv Booker building, already under construction, which will house the %  ompany's oflllo and laboratories, while plans have been made to add two the single-storey win,:' %  sary. The two-storey building of Sandbach Parker and Co.. will include the comp.-.m' *tore and shippiiin %  Mr. Edwards comments: i new buildings are virile < positions and modern in concen"'i 'ion. yet 'hey nay defe If More Is Spenfl Than Is Earnnl Trouble EBBOM hUreh 2 A counti v i Mik) not of troubh %  induatnalisr when l* ad*res.., 'hr Tiinid;..! ( I this morning Simplex Time Reeordlni 1 Uiblh hed %  i volunteer tngadc. rnecrowtlialoiu Hie Princess nodded and waved hak %  %  %  tnt House and then visited tw. scc.Hidary %  choola, kept %  nt n Gaif.i Hou .' h, afteiuoon. Admini-trntor Couttl iteelan -iblir holiday. —By OaW Ntrmtthl Into the InteHar lo thr mminUlna. Reads a| that time were, an* Mill are. far from ....,! rxrepl In the lowna. ; turad from M hv the iwka In the Itt4-t| ,hen fdMt nrHain under v steady drinker-. pe ars to have become the rallynS^h dnn *". othersi. Ilg po in t | or lhe illegal activities -T "_?. oum,n "Poet let. 1 all reacv.onarv elements ,-i K4. r '" n 8 PPet tes. Hn? ,lr,nke !" with a rela.V th P •dentists foum Oil rtMCiiurmii rieriiciai*. Three non Catholic Church.'s. thO Kv-iiigelistuChurch of Ctech Hr.-ilir.ii. the Czech National Church and the Orthodox Church, BOMBAY, If Bombay | j |aimed they had foiled %  create • mughuut MIL.AN. M.ti ._ Photographic copies of letterj urt lo th' 1 '.ciuiiuni-. Party \ exchanged between Winston I 'o creiii Executive that !ht hierarchy apChurchill and Benito Mussolini '' %  'lia on March 9. up to ihe time of the Italian War | The Police said in Africa are believed to be in the possession of the Italian Minister of the Interior. Ifaj the Milan newspaper said today. The police ae reported to have taken ;he cases to Rome for scrutiny by The Ministry of the Inte'*Jtmr ,'K ,V UM: loumi Inal Church and the ortnooox unurcn, Pig T*"* animals' diets -have sent greetings to President, tiny oy me l %  alia.^"V.* Muantities of Gotfwald and the Prime Minister. ; rior—Heater. %  ^•Odother jngredientj. It ruler. the plot, following angrenades and agnmunltl .. %  headquart. uimrbs of Bombay, and aelred the printing plant. —(Renter I LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE %  ttAL .. %  Ml "LISTER" ALTERNATOR SETS 1 K.W. DIESEL DRIVES ALTE1NATOM ,i *-* %  5 R %  %  • : ; i •#. z z z %  siiiuaii NYLON STOtKIM^S in Ntu shjdri. |.ea prr pr. LACE all ovrr 26 In. uldv In Whilr. H>ln Blark al SI.75 r-r i>r Also Trlmmlnc Lace . Irqm Be. la 18c. per vd. I ADIES' BELTS In a larar A>sorlmriil ol raleu*-. KITCHEN TOWELS suod sixr i'.r. Ip^OOOQO assj *HH* i,„ swltrhkssinb and Aalaaaassc Veltkfe knaUtaca. ^^ %  •^TE RANCE Of SPARE PARTS IN STOCK I J**II/WS toi \unt LUL 'ark a^^ „,,! 4J44 IHIOAIIUI. mil ss siioi'. %  MM i IMM u >i CifJaWnsj Sirea: S fl. by V, M. und Hi(I l.y 9 ft. Ain LI\OI-KM H IIOIIS 6 ft wide All very reaw.n.il' i. iitoi: Hid. lla II Roabuck Strw< aaaaateti i i ii i i i ni i i io tDcoi-porktad %  1IM ('oimiii'iiciii^ Saliinlay Jlh March I9. r ll Value, ullrrrd lion al Ihl. I Ml ,„ HIIIGKR and BETTER ihan vrr kajsjas. been forlunale lo brink lhrs. item, lo Harlwlos prr-ilFvalaalkH. Dalc.,-.. plus T ""' %  American n BARGAINS THAT SPEAK FOR HUMS' VM :— I.I SI II MS~ • li Tins wilh Tray, Cup and Saucci SI LEMOSAIll --I n aea lemonade Set Only 91 i I.I. Hills rnal Ita Trays „ Now 3 for $ 1 III -.1 PANS .'. POLISH I UITHS Green or Red Dust Pan and Yellow Pnliihini Clolh Bolti lo> $1 XI I II'INS kMlIM Milk Saiire|>an Saducdlott \~ls-. While enamel Basin and I raka Toilel Soap loi Jl I II AMBERS • coated enamel First Quallts Only SI PCM I'll I %  n Only SI.98 0. W. HLTCHINSON & CO., LTD. Sh<*ppinc hv Cnnvrvor Belt IU.INOIS Kventhmn that: BjS)tn| tiresome has been < removed m lhe perfect store" %  which opened lo-d.iy m Kvan^ton. Illinois. The customer who cannot And the department which sells, shall we say. bath mats, picks up the nearest telephone and sn operator gives her directions. from the spot where she ing. There ^ im tTiore waiting for he wrapped Chutes cany them from counter to wrapping room und .inderajn rayon take the wrapp*to a supervisoi stationed in the narking spare Bald Men in Ifemand BERLIN Hundreds ot bald Germans reeantij torn i Itn film studio Imping I parts In a picture about barber. The choice for I perfect hairless spe. nromtsed .CIA for hi* appearance Aspirants jire from ;,l! Germany Those unable to make the journey arc writing m. Says | one"When pol-hrd up mj bilhard-ball hhln> rOU rould itini th KI llgi is whan I am on the A Hamburg that (or I the nake ot ., rl %  wlUInaJ 10 iw auavagi lUvirun i puts on th' irfc %  >( In. photograph | ' 11 for hi* i \nd a i Wuppeitnl %  m her! hiisbam •• iwini a %  hi 4>d P rttiu "Me i^ i Mnrfoots 6etfitr. sca/p &e/s fatter.. Htfmyoucteck OrySca/p BfeVm LUXURY^ ^W thaluauiTl futicura ^s 1 lAirilM TO CANT IXPICT to make n good impression when Dr\Scalp makes your hair messy, hard-tocomb, and full of loose dandruff. Check Dry Scalp by supplementing the '. -U Loose dandruff is gone. You stay neat and well-groomed alt day. 'VaseUne' Han Tonic works with nature—it contains no alcohol or other dr>uig tasjpedseuti Try 'Vaseline' ILni Tmuc ^sjajat. today. Vaseline HAIR TONIC ••'"in,,. J Ef I BT MOai MIN TODkT THkN ANT OTNn Ham TONIC Boys and Gir s Grow ^ W with QUAKER OATS lr With an ahft with an abundance of vital loud essential*, Quaker Oats provide* the nourishment needed to help youngsters grow tall and huvky, sound in bone and num.c, alive with energy. Ihat's why more and more, you'll lind ia\ty Quaker Oats at family breakfasts — every morning! And of great importance, Quaker OJIS provides these high nutrition values at low lost. Quaker Oata is Nature's Wonder Food —no other whoie grain cereal uflcrs bigger food benefits! IDIAL NOURISHMENT FOR AU THI FAMILY I Quaker Uats it a ntiurishiaa. delicious MKIAK.FAST FOOU for ihe whole famil.. It IS rich ia vital food eaacniials needed for sununa,atrcngth ao d raduntbealch. Quaker <>su supplies eaaentia) minerals, rwouias, carh.>h>dratei.andeiieniial ViiamioBiaad Hj. thai iw food into eoergy. Bay Quaker Uais DOWUKIHUI your family "If every day with a health.ul Quaker Oan hrcakfasi! rAoee HIALIM HCAUS1 QUAK1K OATS SUMtllS 4fie/MINOlAU fc,^^ MOgf ntOniNS far tails! I 4SJS/ SSSBSSSSBSBB in m, "M.-M" "$r io a rws tfpfrizmc aaaassn BoU2cupsofwaler.AdJsaJi.WhcnrR.iling. add 1 cup of Quaker Oan. Cook it, siirring, for 214 minuets. Thal'l ail.



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PA01 I KMT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAV MARCH a usually wide open • •men and ->nlu'd flshe mnn of Roebuck ft xeTt so ImporUnt and so i was sentenced to one month's miaalfcuU "omen pollucians. espeIprtsonment b. His Worship Mr c „,| v if Ih y are also enthusiastic Parma yesterday after le was ^,1 workers make an invalufound luilty of stealinj tamarinds | M contribution to the common valued at 14s. Id. grovlng on tne ; welfare tS-ejhS 3VS John^a. said nnaUy £ .SorTrontabcHe \t^L*S£1Si^S'^The story waj that WIIBami cised'''by many that it dM Ij tamarinds, and then ft, e nouh and fast enough, ana •on M Foster, informed Hill that he would bevel,, „, that ,t foes too far and lo pay for them loo fast ,„,e.V Cosier ^"MuT „, id . -r .-"J". pla*. a practice mite lenin from Pickwick Rover* th afte noon ;>t Kensington P'Jy commences al 4.43 p.m are as follow* — CAKLTON HA Williams L ClaJrmonte. E. W Marshall, A. Hutchinson. N S. Lucas. (Capt 1 K. B. Warren. K Hutchinson *"n il l* 7Sm ossrttiJ *• a .won TT— •*• %  OOMMM < %  %  I %  P n. C MSB i-.hen he WH put on bond. Fiphl Slops-Gamr B etween Cut* ;.<> And Coeta Rica GUATI Over 5.0W to the ... ao in i i. Costa Rican plant*-ir in %  mate? Game* The flfhl caused official.*, to f ne. in whirt. %  to nil. wlTti only three l I %  uble was pn whei. a Costa Rica: lets Molina. Mlttdi Curacao golkeep*-> was ki When wwr i l Cur starN %  : Costa Rica Uhletet Willulrau I* nun GaiMfl GUATEMALA CITY Match 1. Angry %  I public" during the soccei bei -. %  an the Central An.M G ner*' %  announced that UM dr.ivfa officials had Rica leaders, it was lha! .. I I would Athlete* to ever. aald "Our batp rwwllin UM oftictais susp" in wW I! Rica <>• nan from i_-OC.ii: -i'-^ for r*l Kr '' Puerto Rico Girl Breaks Record GUATEMALA. March 2 lha Women's 400 l style relay in 5 minute* 21 I seconds at the Central American Games sw.mn.in! events. The Cornell University student. Jaime Annex?, won the hammer throwing event for Puerto Rico and established a Central American record of 4$ 87 metres. Curacao and Salvador played i —1 draw in soccer in the pre*' 10.000 spectators Costa Rica and Haiti were due D another soccer garni'. but at the last minu!< ad that the Costa RicJ • then re-entercil the competit;on. despite the earlU i •dement that they wou'-J <,.ncel an earlier decision to vHhi by their goal :it • Curacao tied tl"n Boys made the only tntautai after the brtar,r> of Jamaica won the 200 metres track event it 20 8 sees, while the Women-. JJ.ivehn Throw went t'. Judlih | nf Panama with 36 2 i Ceylon — C 'uvalth Match Drawn COLOMBO. March 2 The Commonwealth cricketers i.vertook the Ceylon XI'* hrs* inningtOOll of 16fl for the loss tf only 2 wickets h?re today, but then they lost three quickly whi o raising their score from 173 to 178. Overnigm the Common wealtn had scored 113 for I. This.was „ie second and last day o( the n-.aich. and by the luncheon interval the Commonwealth. 245 for 6 wicKeia. held a lead of 79 wi.n 4 wickets standing. The Commonwealth innings closed before tea for 36?. givi them a first innings lead of 1 Heavy rain then fell and ~ further play was possible, so that the match "ended in a draw. — .Restler He saw %  •• %  -— *----. prc-ess of solution he took a. .. of respons.bility. n is to the rvature of a compron^ onchided, and cynics •*• iSelSSnt by comprom,. 8 %  I hop* to God OH spec: at least, the confounded." The Rt. Hon. Arthur Cre: Jones. ex-Colonial Secretary, we. A RARING thief entered the; „ y %£ !" '£S* £££c lands of Newton Coner at Rock „""* !" f Oov „ n0rs an Hall. St Thomas, durin, Monda, Governors . "£ ^ M . ..ord tnaoie. three bunches of bananas valu. John S haw expressed rerr • 120 lhJl .doctoral vagaries'' ln_*. '"^o ISse SrtcT'-tBy I'a'bie". for they are all treatc I I MM 'ones to lose omce BANANAS STOLEN— POISONED ft, „" n&z =^"^Sii.; ra€ -K-tiTES lUMrii 11 IO-\M,IH at 8.30 II Al >l V| ( TB tan Fire Destroys Truck THE motor t^M-Sfn also of Station m !" w f, r e v destroyed when i nra ; ,i vhile it was uein un Pinder rWtotn. 45 Wednesdw !" " ^insured. ThI iruclc i GREAT CONCERT HELD IN THE MARINE HOTEL BALLROOM Tickets can be obtained at Johnson's Stationery and at the Marine Hotel Office. 9 r* In — Reuler Uelli'viUc Tennis Club Results YKSTrRDAY Mixed Doubles '• .ind P Patterson Miss 1) Austin and K I 2. -. 7—5. Mr and Mrs. Barnes—15 beat I Lennaxan .mr F Fcarli • %  %  Today's Matches i K Ni.h.JIJn d R S Nlcholls vs P Patterson and G Manning %  nd Mrs Barnes King Donates \mill Trophj Australia Plays S. Africa Today PORT ELIZABETH. March 2 Australia has made no change team to play South Afrlc. In the tit ih and final Test starting b >re tomorrow, i"ne side being tho ame which won the first threTesta and drew the fourth. Retention of the same eleve-i for all live Tests of a series I probablv a unique occurrence li cricket history The side teas chosen iloday in a private wari of the local hospital where the Australian team'manager. Mr E. A. Dwyer. is suffering from influenza It had been expected that nc change* would be made as it seemed Illogical if they would disturb a combination which had won ttM rubber. Those who did not pla> in the series were Alan Walker Geoff Noblei (bowlers). Gil LangI reserve wicketkeeper) and Ken Aroher (batsman). South Africa had previous!. announced that their team woulc be unchanged from that which drew Che fourth Test The teams are South Africa: A D. Nourse (Capt). t Rowan. J Nell, D Bet„ie A Draper. P Winslow C %  i>n. Taylteld. N Mann. M %  nd C McCarthy. AaMralla: A L Hassett (Capt I A Morris. J Moroney, K Millir N Haivey. S. Loxton. C. McCool 1 Johnson. P Llndwall. R. Saggers and w Johnsujiv-Reuler Holmes Resigns Selection Committee LONDON, II Group Captain A. J. Holmes. Chairman of the English Test Six Cases Of Tuberculosis Notification of infectiousenwfor the month of retruarinclude six cases of tul according to a release subaastta*. by the Chief Medical Officer Other cases are two of diphtheria four of enteric fever and one <>f menin^ H Band Concert To be held at HASTINGS ROCKS TO-NIGHT at 8.00 In aid of the St. Laujrrnce Child Health Centre POLICE BAND directed by Capt. Raison in attendance ADMISSION: Non-Members -••/• 3 3 50.—In. To Eliminate Slow Pla) %  signed 1 %  %  >w C>pen Table 1 THL BARBADOS AQ1AT1C CLl'B %  Locsl a VIMtlna MBbtt Only . on . SATVRDAY. MARCH 4lb. • m bv SYDNEY and his ORCHESTKA it. Ballroom 1, %  28250— 4n. M A lapM %  part fu iruin Ka T4 a is mi iar I France aaak 1 .-ISO ' from %  COM) LONDON, March 'iilt-red a Cha1stn> (..nairman ui •" %  = *.> %  %  .. iar a new series of Interim < rfcgtsH Selection Committee, h Mmg racing along *u tesigiied the post, due to ill healit. funous Aimrloa'a Cu| Orou'p Captain Holmes captalnBfjsaa for several seasons be%  : the fore the war and managed the "in m South Africa during 1938-1938. He had been I %  trophy will be the lint member of the Test Selectioi gtittsM ilssssl 1939. Other mem ii..iy ..t bcrs of the present commitn-. %  ..-> ipraca Rukn A n Sellers. R. E. S. Wyatt .m; ivarcr :eier ilki will if stmlldi to those for UI race The same course 1 .. %  : Wight iH l U' P ) < %  i r Polkc Band IMavs To-nighl \i Boeki oaotrt t Ighl beginning at 8 o'clock when Harry aangi "ill %  i pMM gfssB %  In, me VMII I %  '..nious Alice Holland the latest d %  The Weather TO-DAY Sun Rlaea: S.I4 a.m sun SeU: •.!• p.m. MoasV iFull) March S. I i(hlins %  l> ' Mich Water: S.tl a.m.. 1.15 i> m \ IMIKIl\. Rainfall: K'eslrUigtcmi Nil |>mprialurr (Man.t 8.1.5 F lrm|>ei*lurc l Mln. I 718 i Wins, lni..iifn 19 in > tn V. 13 p.m> E. t v Wind \'elocil> 1J mile* |rr hour. lUromeler < a_an. t*"'" 13 p.m i ?s.0h MASS MEETING al Queen's Park TO-NIGHT FRIDAY MARCH 3rd 8 o'clock under the Auspices of the Caribbean Workers' I'nion Hear the FACTS!! MOTT1.F.V replies to his accusers J. W. HEWITT. Chairman Phone WILKINSON & HA.NES CO.. LTD. CAVESHEPHERD&CO,I 10. 11. 12 & 13, BROAD *!** II <> Iff!Il . Do It Every Time —...—-. %  By Jimmy Hado ~w >OU SURS THATS .ERE IT LEAKS ELMO? %  rt>J SEE^ TO BE CVE'? %  roo RAB—BU.

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^r rRIDK. WWII CLASSIFIED~ADS MjH £n **** %  1 Ml tfNT I (\TO' 1 ..— %  POUND .""• word CkT, chart* 1 AS r ICBUC SALES 1 jjCTlOV AND REAL ;" agfAfE p" %  * Itn* 1 30 M H—jen./' %  iC.'<* linr-> %  •JC NOTION OS i M %  HpfG DltoCATB GOF. TillBARBADOS ADVOCATS I 3 SO-^ M nunlf, 8MA1*. [•wan .— ~< '""" %  MS." 5 Mm IN MEMORIAM fTUELIM. KO:KOA ,\KI %  ft %  • •** C*lkd • • * *W Miiniueh Cory-* f>n fMM"iOw i**w. i" %  < \ FOI. •JAI.E 'TARArt %  AUTOMOTIVE %  oVi. iUU iiotn .irunit ar drtvm. in %  .-.,) i MM*.*prlcr Apply SI KjMMiSttWt. 23'i SO— It. f I* i Hill B 0 Dodsr Ctiaiom Si%  fiw drlvon -—• %  die Co Ltd 3 1 V An %  Ibdrl mnwr drlvri Vg CO Lui 1.3 D ae-^huxbaH Twci, B Mndiii k %  %  >' 3 s. so—an >-1 Prvfcri IR4H moorl || \.Hiv Unt Baft %  Mai mi rutin IWIGHTWOOD-On ... ,, %  i %  lln ""1i'n Build I CM** tl-y v*rm iMMn. sch. u. %  %  naaraa I i'h a*,,. 1 ,. T n ;" "" i.udanjiui 7... S*„" n-we !" a '1 V 1*1, *rr. blm. M Noeieen. flch Mnllv N JeAM C.pl % %  IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION j~i Wirebta. .West Indte.. J ,j "— •• ,. ," %  Itl^lMtllll fi(9*J />/ w ^ GmtO$ • PRAGUE. March J \ MNJWtrt, n %  :he court —li %  M V Met. r-n I FIIII M vnrinv %  B ES — y 10 BMlMB VMSI W i!!!?! ,,, *_C<> Dtpt 10 victor Pepto-Biumoi FOR jfrSfy 5TQWACM FOR BURMS^r UUtVI) ! ^if "o*m iNMcnoN ^fl F **WI HIAUMO X^EtnBff NOWKH<^|> „ O00(:i „_ J!S* VA > i v i IMDAU ll.!h£. 'u'!_ ""^^ •!. Col .*,„ : %  .... M,! ".' %  "— '. •bcuki l i Ll CIA lt Knl.1,' %  -*"••. Cto J.,„i, JAme. 1. vm. Aim. Lc* mM. ^^ .^— "inanMimi. S5a. w S£l*22^ A1 "" 1 '• w .AKTIU, Mr ,„.„,A.„.. ,„ SK o/ U.S. Govfrnmenf /"/o/ To Be Moved WASHINGTON. M ""llnil Tnun.,1 %  ... .ofj^j raqulnd in ... ion. Tonl mm „ n .... r iM — ruler. PAGE 9KVES Fire Breaks Out On Ship I.AWASM %  U>U (Mil *t'cro it Untini i-arRo rnvn. u.tckw^ had unloadfil bulk oil from the other hold* of AM I |n %  11 it tit u v,-^-,-*v-,v,-r.|S Pnfrssiml \oii-r I Th. pflw off Dr t V fi "*-h and iaao in ; A rtton to ,il,* , A n.ARKF.. O Publisher Apoloqties In Court Italy To Stage Cycling Championships PARIS March ? 161 world Brawl rh;implonsh.ps. II %  •-'Kni'rr i I.ON; \ LNKllin puLliKhrr to-da\ % %  ip*tlOfiai in rourt tfl ManoM. Austrian-horn Aiiriitiiu industrials and ex-husband of I dim star Dott> Lamai %  I tishmg a murder iv.. i which an ex-Austrian name Mandel was -elerred to as head oI Hang. A "subsUrtv %  %  '(Trndmi pass*res arr hemi ex umtad from further llau n.\rl. the COUn*tl I M UM St. Thomas Vestry From Page 5 i %  t. HI They replied that P with this ;nwhy be%  houid be penaliscti fo? %  .£' """"w Co., Iroppv I nvk< NOTICE -p-*l-PmES P. •• rmp' BHt bcvlltnt. himtinff or Watch *i O** 1 '' ; -i^ 2S %  iiv.n .A, %  wTMmi.fc%  PBED J ASHBY Cnurckwardw a* Panh o( si \ a.3 soS^eilvo FOOTBALL NOTICE RICAL fHANICAL %  TULEt CARHirjt CYf-MS-AI*. f^!*S?';^• , -" ,, *• r—< An? • Co rrjKfliau si. Dial MM, T 9.50—tf %  paaf RaMl I. I 3 SB-Jn L_croxs i. -.u a Co ud 3.3 SO— 3n %  I -nrouS'lIM FbolbSri,' 0# '" rom %  "".',,.. ?* %  "" w. fan: III BSSi Cotrnpondmcr %  %  %  %  1 <.OVI;K.\>IEXT VOIM IS MM bta H.MIMI. i,in no n ,.,.,, ,„ ,„ t ^ u MMK 'III HIM V|. HOSPITAL •he supply „r FRK.S! for UM period 1st April. 1950. 10 31.• Marrti I •n .lioulcl bo iramea in terms of 100 ,, %  ••nwitf ^ .bout 100 to ruo obuined mm the UnUI Hotpiui Men mjuHwd twden ta m, .uppi> ,., rrart MIL. to .. Hwpllnl" i„kined to the Colon,. r.rt not to .. / nfT.rer l,v um) will be revived ot the Colon,.; OfBce up to 4 p.m. on MOIKUQT the Ulh of Mareh. tMt 4. The Government does not bind itself to nM l„any lender. EUANEOUS B> MEATS -w*i Haaj, .,1 KidM Pud Jta* tUd , i Ui nrn : Bin-hum Si 1 V : %  1 3 SO 2-, UWTIEED KAILS %  ? %  w Hi.leh„v p .-. i | r* it. and ii %  ndf.. ,, TrilALc*, Strn MAM |.>ua> LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE %  %  oi ww si i„ ,*„„, %  %  % %  H ill, s. [ SU^r '*' '-— %  a*-t %  iMh M..nh I son. %  m al Priiicr Court. li^ i SYDNEY II M'Mv' Pnllc* MaahMl-at*. DM I MMlllts Kll BIRIALS AT TIIK I.A/.AWrrr(l AND MENTAL IIUNriTAL UDHNUUtS ui trlnlkate, runwj " C nial Secretary ,„,. I Mi to ar.y *e Colonial Secretary! Offlce UU IWl ,h,v at Manli. IHO, f,., Iht lumi-.li H-'INS ANIMIKAHSKS :.., bultal ol iiimales 01 Ih, l.ilal for the period 1st April. 1950 to 31st Much, 1951 UUd hy %  Iclt, • analni io DMOOM bound Ml %  n poundl for ihe due perform..ii,r .., • rmneni d.> not bind Imii i l %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  Instil,, i %  MM r -.,-• •--v Itttlp n.rd Kit JT-I tf-yi i, ii„. i |B|R| %  | =TiCr,.S!SV M """ 13 IV •'"•HODIXTIDN-. , %  ML* toi An Dciu.rln.-nt have tml iiiUvntinc col%  **' %  — ^^ r... .,, • %  ,1,.. %  "AT*—Thr* (J PaN JB Mrrrltt. Cndbbmr. %  FttnUb*l|r ll-ln • -. HAKNTJM-Ono' lT "* %  * I $1S0 00 llv 11 SOlit Fllll.li HALKS AITTION BTAUJOM IBBVai I | a JMIMIIC.I bred h.„. Beanqu,, ., ,. L!I ,,, ,„ I b* fold .c .u.t, I,' .'"•.""'"< *"" %  Ir""< "in <-• ,. ,l aUo said that the ,\„'.imttep bad decided not to allow urieullural land to be used ,„ th malclm of pl.yuui |,g.| d UM ,nr that It would d; %  <"e the island's economic relouree.. He did see some •i tint because thev hM %  lion to feed. "', ,ttee. however, had • Irrady looked .round and could •' d ,,o piuture I. %  statement of Misnind. they .rr.nned to take her "vereda piece on -i,d of about I 3b* ihoujthl that wu mod and he promised to rontwi the owner nuld sell it He UI the owner he could n,,t M he hM UM ,f buildlnc a house on the land. %  '"on said thai nunicated this to Miss Ame and Mind her to put up Iheir orl*. nal scheme ai there was no al. .riualive. seven months after theyl •H up their schemes, thev had imt a reply Mylni thai %  $1.50 per head at "Ion and that in eeruln would be made "i"K Field i under any j" II one halfpen,,, and ',.. onj lhat with their iK.pulnlion .,t H.500 ,t was I.I.IIK.SCI that they w. ,,'d Ret $IJ,760; thai I asked to reduce their original "" 59 3 IHT cent. In fall %  %  I n .,.< %  MI. I, ., itup ,1 i, r.riih's o ,lnlii,i ,,„ SHIPPING NOTICES FURNISH GOOD AND EASY IHEMONEV-SAVINGWAY Mtmicha Canadian National Steamship^ -Y Ktl.. i CANADIAN i MALI.ENOW LADY RODNEY Al \ Ml. OH it a. IN 'ADYnorjejEY LADY NM % %  s i^uv RODMfl UDY RODNVY UAD. M4.-.IN 1AUY t:uDNEY ", rranu-d RNDBU FOR i m HI i-i-Lv Qf I KI sii MILK TO Till: I. A/ARETTO Upply oi FHESH Ml! R rtod Isl April, 1930. to 31st March. 1951. iKiers should be framed m terms of 100 pint .... • %  \ iitfia m. and l 30 p m --— %  ;,s !" k :' -he s,.,,,,^,,, "rU"..!^. move 'hat ih InlbrmaUon n\ %  I i %  Minute amount Uur U '•it. put into the Labour Welf.ui rund is S00.T7O. Durin| i>erlod the parish Of ^ hn.s put $56,970 i "I $1.50 per head of %  — would only get J! h i for the supply of Fresh Milk to U j J, ," h SMrd to UM Colonial Secretary tnoi si imreasonabir I the Colonial SecTeUry's Off... up to I pm ' would like to ny the 13th of March, 1950. 0. (O.TC COP dimwit • To bo told i hi|h-t biddr. ... l-addork at 4 p m Oi Matrti 4U. Irupfcuon at the paddock I 1 SO%  :. Br Inftnictloci. nf the inI IH -ell on ntlDAY 3..1 I ttta Park mf FORD td into P|<), Damagrd by Are Tttrmi Cah R ARCHEP AnWtQMSM I i sor A Nt-* aaMu-ln Chvka, No UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER BY rrrumm4riidation o( Llo>,i Aja>t %  • will -II on FRIDAY Uif Jrd M,i,, ***** I*. Cmli nfw .,., i. iiAoa rone SALT *.*• IS M ..clil, TVrma Ca-b IlltANKJBR. TROTMAN A Co AucUonwcT* 1 3 SO. n the 13th of March, 1950. nol bind itself to ar--: %  > %  * w mvui ,i|miiiiTi I*J ;i iim. i,.i:t II ii v •** %  ,. V II —" ,..,,„ u, be.,, ... %  pounds for the due p, ittthida „, aj I • %  JUSI like :ha' REAL ESTATE F :nso^AL %  Hlta*,!***^ *t"ed MAII.I % %  a-T' %  '! hold mvM>'f •"ANK orrnoni e t a rliA eld m ph.i.. %  P "lel £j.-:'i,' S~*ia. m 22" ear d>, %  %  %  br „ .. RcBro, -. i-ANDwot* .quara feet o( Vpply C B Coir. C Cnl* ft Co Ud Roebuck S.r**i • li wntiaidBY. N*> 1 l'aaa.,1 -nodan, houi* In a rmUM :u>4 RoMMi ..'-iii) thai r.-x„i... hag %  bra* k*ii.a>. .nandali. kltrham & ] %  %  "*> %  % %  on sitMuid rloor no* t> The aarajpn n %  *]. %  >, *nh •ton* Al UM prior ...-: % %  %  jdcnr* u vnrUi u H— UI.K B1ADON. Booi bUtr A#, PMMaMMI IMlMHaf; Fta* i MM) i'i.v>: irsTMv aldatan I >• %  < oony teundl}' for-lmcl. *•• nh .! %  ; .•i V-noridah. lauwaSl. broofcfI ..ii.h.n ] kilaawM. u.. i !" -rd mon ThM aim-Mi ne* k •r!rt F.iahb... • A BfaAnoN R*.l taUW "Mwi. PlanlMtOna t> I * 1 3 SO*'s, w %  AarMr rlilijl. liktllaMB.Mi "— i UATUA, : . ULADON I K-tatr ACanta. PtantatSoru "> 11'hone *0*0 1 ) 1 II MILKS FOR 1'RESlf MEAT SEAI,F. TKNDKI1S In UplloaMl m-iked OB UN ( FRJ I on, :he iffantaj Hospital Lazarvito for Uupattiod Is' April. 1950 to 31st March. lt! ier must bo accompanied by a lettn peron known to ;>o*aes %  tm the sum 3. All meat must be of Oh slaughtered at lh Marxet Slaughter House and froah meat be delivered to i.-millions . be obtained from the Heads of the Institutions i-oncrrned. Attention is drawn I al of Prices (Defence) (Amendment! order, 1950. No t> .-huh will be published in the Official Qaaetti of Thursday. 2nd March. I960. 2 Under this Order Uv ,'.num wholesale arc as follows: — 2nd March, 1950. .... ..,. K „..., „ ,IJIIII: ..' ha Governor and put ihesc far .mi, i>ecauae ...... .., u tnalter of weeks and is not awai of these th.ns. I know ha is a economist, a man of figures an will appreciate the few figure* ran supply I '.. on the matter and befi-r %  ecapt a reduction l a ;rom the Board The Churchwarden Mr K d supported the moti... lhat as a member of the •riling ARTICLE SALMON PRICI (not more than) I24VQ0 per case of 48 j 1-lb. %  :. %  $41 10 per case of 96 ) 'i-lb. '. $526 per 12 W-lb. Un<| $23.ao per case of 48 1-lb. tins or J $5.87 per 13 1-lb. Una j $25.28 per rate of M | %  T -lb. ^ $3 24 per 12 'i-lb Uns) $28.18 per case of 48 | \ns or *7 19 per 12 l-lb. tins j $31 04 per case of 96 ) ins or K taXf par 13 H-lb uns| RKTAL PRICI (not more than) 85c par tin I 28c. per tr. 62c. per tin Me. per tin %  "•" Jii* um me When one went to Miss old him one thing and a hen he wenl to Dr. Cummins he -id something else h. would be lacking in their riutv U lot let the public know iiai it wu not their fiult if they •a depri. ed of a playing held Facia Should be Known Mr Saudiford pointod out thot 'he argument put forward bj i.overruneni about preaervitu table land, was all right but aa not poaalble to get pastu ba pariah for this playint 1 ad been vary well seen Moat of the land was igrtcultur-. land and no landowner was going turn his land Into pasture land ->< a use The ..ovenu i %  iiiuinttee wanti i a playing held. Itie etll


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FRIDAY MARCH 1. MM Clerks' Wants ( nion Many More Members iber>hi)> waa it the raeenl meeting of the I felt that of members the betiei chance lot the Union u i WBI promised after the i on March U. %  UfNUAL GENERAL Association of Barbados. %  %  no -1 tt, Synagogue buiid^^HlOCiiP Lane 8.00 night. • „, (tecidea to hold its local. •MJ* Mvi : MOD^Md the Intercolonial Meeting! JKa-Uun^-iy •>" %  > Tin.; r %  SDO "• baWpteo. pHBf out oi correspoiuU'iHv MV was read from '.in* British E£ai Athl i'iC^ivciir.i-'.i. Farnum to take Ci&l Mi I iMrsl>rda> cvniiiii. Sugar Workers' Houses Should Be Repaired With Welfare Money ordinary members also Committee of They tfl [t May< R JurfcMr i. i! Cyrus. Mr. C. Cal1 Mr. C. W. Wlckham. and retired athletes ft! Hsad graciously consented to i knowledge to young l and apart froi f appeal was made for memhope of better ring obtained this year tfear 18 the S.P.C.A. Tag People who pass r Square, along the pavePsy the Public Building, after 9.00 o'clock n I %  > rollcctink money and he ^ collecting it jii order tc |kit other pals. other collectors (not Etui time) will be seen (the City and the .suburb: rilheld t-< assist in raising P.CA, in order i in turn may be able to the good work they i doing for so many State for the Col The Puii ..„. nuHH, oi each section of then tion and performed some excrllent %  Btions. A huge crowd surrounded tho grounds and exhibited i keen lcasure. Just before the .lisplay began, the crowd were from %  nterlDC. but when 'he parade got fully underway. 0gd in with thai degree "i exeftfement which was not to be thwarted, even h\ the burly % %  Among those | A W I. Savage, wife of Hli K\place referred •ilemy the_ Governor, Dr. 11. GjCUnUar action Says Si. Thamm Vestry IBN ..f the parish of St. Thomas llunk thai „ f !"* the repaii of the house. In the perish in ihe augar Industry Th" of these houses „re m a very bed %  „,„„„„„. 'rhej h money ahouU I abll ,,„ lfc %  "' playing fields at any other purpose. • nine these niflMUooi wore passed by Ihe Vestry to ue forwarded to Government. The mailer wai retaed bj Mr > A. Walcolt, who in to a somewhat that had been ,••' '' '' Ml II. A taKc-n In Iho VaatCT of St James Dowdlns. M.C.P.. Mr. C. W. John. Tmfl ^ daddad ^>n. Mr. A. J. II. liansehell. Cit.that the Labour W.lfaiv Fund J %  M ' :, :" :i; '-' and Hi nandh-d •"" ,l1 "' 11 ' %  %  • in. ,,f IIKJ.t. Col. J. Council and Ml I Ihe Fund tor playini Conned wai all very well, ttv Display rk'tins iconudered, he said, but on the The display began with (lie 11""* '"" ,d lho v thousht the Police Band, who made a breczv houses of a^ i tetvrtfj ing light music. Next on the sward Police dressed in day dutj unlrorm. then Police dressed in night duty uniform. The Riot Squad came next followed by the Harbour Police and Fire Brigade. The sixth branch was the C.I.D. in plain cloihes. These wenby UM Writ tevtn, Mounted Policemen imtgeitd and the rear was brought up by Motor Cycle rknn and Polka transport vans. t this itan tl oat Ihrillin;. The Riot Squad d> tba many tacilcs raqulatta In tha q H a turbulent mob, much fa light of the crowd. Uoo of tiltaquft upon mock rebels and aitar .i feigned squabble, arratti Another went Kb their n third. posed to have reached the height of its fury, were forced to Are two rounds of In the drdl without orders which followed, the | %  gaged ihowi %  IVM well %  naJ phase of UM V.-;IS UM Poliea Band Cadata* varaion of a Drill 1 > Tba Cadeti nva their display in the form of a humour pantomime. They marched around, with •he while, and jerked their fret in rhythmical majmar. %  r playing the "Batn -God Save the King." Sugar For England Mill' Specialist" (4.445 mi shed its loading he %  [at Liverpool and bound via Antigua. The "Specialist" has been I nera u \ tout d i I f. Co. Ltd Combermerutn Reunion Today Now that repairs to the ComSchool Hall have ,i,:hly reunions on the nrst Friday of the month of the Combernvere Old %  today at 8 p.m. Through the courtesy of the %  liim show, in which Brl the Olympic Games. W< :ii on Road Safety will Aftar the dim show there will be the usual games ana of the Football Section will meet arrangements for the 1950 season. LEAVES FOR GRENADA TODAY Quantities of sugar. larJ. and general cargo have been loaded on schooner "Marci Henrietta" which Is scheduled tj leave here for Grenada to-day This vessel is consignSchooner Owners' Assi Schooner "Sunshine R." 125 toni esterday s arrivals al this port. II from Martinique under ballast Messrs. Barbados Import & Export V NE1 FORKM V\ dock is n who has should FtM Sugar Workers Mr Walcott said that had been started three and the contribut. of St. Thomas, so far, was $149,770 It did seem unfair that thev could only be allocated $12,750, according to the suggestion bj ment of granting 11.90 of population. They i 8,500 people in tho parish. Mr. J. Mahon said that at the time the Fund was started, the dea was that it was to be utilised for the workers in the HI ffTort to improve | .is to be iscd for budding houses, eat a b-1 Uahing playing ii else. The Vestry, on the suggestion A Mr. Walcott, finally passed the | Resolution which "The Vestry of St. Thomas is of the opinion th.it in v.. bad condition of many of the [ UM empaoyai partab, a i greater portion of the n the Lalmu Wei: be utilised for the purpi pair to such hot! That the funds allocated to %  baau M the ?=ugar prodi That indivi ... repairs to houses should be free granu slmUar to UM fi i made to factory %  ii UM itehabilitation Fund. •Thiit UM money of the Labour !>e used without I!' : > part of ptayin i-ose." Playing Field Another matter which anguad much if the attention ol of estabing field in the parish. %  %  *La plan to them for %  playing lieldr This included a %  %  %  %  %  :iig Held was Horn the Labour Welfaie it .i letter from the Social Welfare Officer had informed : Government was only • grant the Vestry $1.50 per head oi popul.i'ii waning with tha 1 down throughout the island, I the light out thai hawing regard t<> UM population being only 8,50o U be $I2.75 the establishment r.f a proper they could not agree to the prepotal. The playing field < appointed to in: on the matter. Mr. J. Mahon was the first to • %  that It was his I'::' i:ior-in-Executive CamHe was prepared to even go further and to seek to find out whether or not the parish would The Vestry had sen' ernment. the report of the Playing Field Committee 1049 As Chain r mlttaa. he had ii of the pan House of Assembly, to meet him loen suggested. They met there on August 9. %  he had with him and field won: not show any disagrr. • he took the opp l>r. C ummins as a member of the to do his them to g ihe money for the playing LMdTat an ea.iv date. On August 2* then I | Of the nui i tun he again %  'mg Govern* OWIM, to do rant as aulcJUy as possibia, The> promJJMd to do K *ar !3 he received i la] Weifare Officer, through the clerk of the Vestry. It was an Invtt tba two other members Field Committee it the time appointed and then dMeuaatd various things She informed them UM Vestry • On PCP i Hntish administration. development w as twice once due to the fall of the pound In 1931. which led to rerenchment. and subsequently due to the outbreak of war in 1939 Now. however, the territory k undergoing a phase of rapid development ifg, ,, umue of ways. ji is V erv ring In mineral. Diamonds, gold. In) eah and others jre itrtaoy brinr exploited. The pink diamond which was presented to Princess Elizabeth an her marriage to Prince Philip came from a mine in Tanganyika which U the property of Dr. Williamson There are aka P u„. faa4 to devHap oth^r minrrai. whteh have been dlneoiered |„ Larg, q ttM ,tiUes. lead, coal ,,n,i iron ore being the principal nner, \irteultural industriefe are also Oourishinc Sisal b> orodueed uid reported ir very large qoanUUes. Coffee aad eoiton are unoni other product*. There la atoo the groat round mil scheme which in beinc run bj Ue Overseas Food m. nrod aad JeprcivW. ihe rcaion > %  il.il MM blood Ihin *i>l rkr -nhowi coouih rod btoodour ncr^o^ J( c . aod uodnmni*oJ. Mew reO l^.crsaKlM Wtwi >ou need it %  counr of Sanaiogen Nn Ml sinutiten' .omhirtci iha two great body-buildin| (.K>di—Offjanic phoiphorui and protein vvfinh huild up new rod cotpat^ks %  n your Mood and fd > aw <*oakoaed net**.. Ihu. day h* da. aUMag yeat body -.an nur' voBo ai a. iul J. Ig..in, jnd happiaraa Si-rt course of Sanaiogen i*j y d aSMBBfMl mmd gHBjMna restores health. >outh aad titality urn rone FOOD • %  aV. B .V.V.V.W.V-V. POULTRY FEEDS OF ALL KINDS by PURINA Now obUinablr irom II. Jaiaon Janr% & Co.. ltd FAULTY BRAKES LIONEL H. RAMSAY 0. Chelsea Road was fined 20/and 2/costs in 14 days or one month'. bnpriatwjnant by His Worship Mr II A Talma yesterday for drivin, OM motor car M-1S3H Street on February :\ with meilltient brakes. KAIIIIAIMIS S.F.C.A. A.WIAI. TUUa MAY 3rd March welcome our collectors to-dey and give gener1 inee el .mimal welfare in Barbados. Ik fc r those who cannot speak for themselv 25 YEARS AGO (Barbados Advocate. March :i. IMS) THE VISITOR Our face, flush up like red rose.Otarbeeaa aad am craaiittu ache; f>mn the lips of our noses, right We burn and are shake The world an horrid; All happiness Bees from v law, Our Language is florid, tcmpeiature torrid; Us UM Plui TIs the Flu: W. 1. wc smart .in.l IN OUR I IMS HUM GLASS TOWELS. 77c. each KITCHEN TOWELS. 4c., 74c., and 78c. each DAMASK NAPKINS, 65c. each lHlCK TOWELLING in While, Gold. Green, Blue and Kose al 70c. and Sic. per yd. YELLOW COTTON OUSTERS 26c. and 36c. each C. F. HARRISON & Co., (B'dos) Ltd. DIAL 2664 HllUvTS HUKMOME *KIN mXAM (1GAPX11X UUHTMW S N r*K iNsn-r I^WDTJI IIK rooTH Biuwnta THMUatDs wroa; MOUTH FU\SMCa ] ptnl. 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Friday March :i 19J. Barkens fltowcate Hrlcci IVK CENTS Vf.r 53. Truman Would See Stalin In Washington Thomas Cook Is New Under Secretary For Colonies 0lee Announces Junior Ministers LONDON, March ;. p R IM! MINISTER. Clemen! ,\„l,,. | n „i K hl = „„ .,, I thr m" junior minister* i' I he (iovernment The and senior minister* have :ilre,id> neon tl. isli-rs iiinmum tl art I'arliamrnlarv %  M TV m 131 SIGN PETITION JtKEL) into action by the *e -,: %  ity cuts lh.it BBfbffr. imposed for nearly two lb! now. the sinning of petiBl aeufig the Governor to ptr to be carried out n tive%  note Investination into the %  lanf of the Electric Company Bjanf force. About 131 conpn of electricity had signed ffte end of the business day %  terday evening, and many pre ire expected ic do so toI the Advertising Department of ^ %  iBrtc started to receive mora Iron Wi ,-. in relo an advertisement iBf in the Advocate signed |Uin Coe. on In-half of the Consumers' Associatl fcbldos. Twenty people signIB Wednesday and 91 more yesterday Md copies uf the petition Attributed to some Broad %  lores yesterday, but few Bfned at these |.l... M that there will be many i the stores | one of the brightlays of the week. ten many people try parishes come Doctors Too I were among yesterday's The electric cuts are I their X-Ray practice no About half of the petitions Inched the Advocate were lb* hand while the other tare posted There was no Mpttitfofters. but [assay stream all day long. ^ftr* purposes of the it'll Investigation are, to rgftptr generating equipIn be installed, to have (supplied M proper voltage p cheaper rales, examination I finances of the Barbados Supply Corporation, to if the surcharge on bills and why the an tall* paid promptly "red to 20 per d the appointment of a m Public Utilities ComI with full authority over (rites and capital financial lajner* I ppptl "l i i\ I the -i and Finanr • serrrUry to the \dmiraU> : An Ministry Parliam-Mi< nder Secretary — Aida -.vley %  :r "I I h i \\ijtiiMi Pa.%  mi il.;i. s> -, : ar > :--., i Ick Colonial Otter Parliim-n.ar I nder | eretan < omin mwealth Relations Par l.amenUry fader Srrrrtar% Lord Holden MlaMT] of Food Parliamentary Secretary Stanley Norman Evans Forelrn Oflice Parliamentar t'nder Secretary — Ernes Albert John 11 Home Office Parliamentary In der-Secietary — Geoffrey D Ministry of Labour Parllamen Ury Serreun Frederick Ministry of National lmuirane' I'arlianientaM -.%  r--t.*r\ — Harry Bernard Taylor. Scottish Otter ParliamenUrv Inder Secretary garet .MrRone Herbson —Rcuter But Would Go To Moscow As A Tourist Only WASHINGTON. Hatch >. |\ MORI; < ATM.OKU \r TKKMS HUM ,„. ... awtey* occasion, l'r.-s,dnii Tl ui.ni-. .H M| w.vklv l'i. I '" '"' %  icircli-.l IBJ MMHtilfo ol his ..oniu. HoiCOM to .lisciKs with GAnefutaftlmo Stalin the nauui d iate.In the current Aiiicrie.ni -Sn\ u-t I M wr W I l —, At tha MUM time, the Prealdemi u ion. He • he would MV ,IMV %  the 1'inl."* Q**i "s" 1 %  : %  Mlchelln (Bs New Under Secretary Is An Electrician THOMAS F. COOK, the new Parliamentary Undersecretary for the Colonies. is an electrician. The son of a miner, he was born in 1908, and elected senior member for Dundee In 1945. He was educated at Glasgow, and ti married with a son and a daughter. > ctrician r of the Electricians Trade Union. Formerly a member of the Independent Labour Party and the Scottish Socialist |M joined I he Labour I %  Ittl Re is a leciurer in Economics and Industrial History for the National Council of Labour and has been Parliament SecreSir Stafford Cripps Harold Wilson at the Board of Trade POLICE COMMISSIONERS In the Caribbean a (Bermuda.; uoi .. Mir, Ion. Col W \ Fuchs Case Shocks U.K. Confidence France Chooses War Stores From U.S.A. LONDON, March 2 The self-confessed espionage Hi s of atomic scientist. Klaus, %  bo yesterday admitted to passing vital information to Russia in four occasions since 142, is recogn sed bjihe public here to nave occasioned a shock to conOa.nct in ihe existing seeunt. irrangements. Offlcia's here continue to mainttm that the Atomic Talks in Washington conducted by a com%  n ttee composed of the British and Canadian ambassadors. Sir Olivet r ranks and Mr Hume Wrong, and the American Defence Secretary Mr Louis Johnson, have not broken down. They indicate that the committee, which has not met tor aevenl weeks, and has no turther meeting fixed, mav one lav sit again. But for the moment, and until the dust of the Pucha ase .oules, there seems to be no inubt that its work has ben suspended. Despite earlier official denial, from London, Washington and Ottawa, diplomatic quarters hepthought It was certain that all three countries would have t" .v.rhaul their s.vurl;. bctore any further useful discussions could be held Activities Banned [Perow ne For Cyr renaica Pn March 14 PS** AS..* a u ( a .r...>n*ni> 1-. LONDON, March 2 kwwarl Perowne. who until ,"f "" the colonial SecreLADY RANCE IMPROVING %  —"M M ">%  ! I arr-i..ii.>M I OlfDOff, March 2. Sn Hubert Kunce. Governoriiidad, said to-day that Lady ltance. wboat caused them to post] departure from tin United Kingdom was „po*r much better. They'll he lraviru for Trinidad on April 8 on loam Fyffes ship Hati'ia. Originally th'ev had planned to leave on i. is departing for Mn l., h Q iPPOint;: sAf !" cr o' 'he Interior of Magdorn ot t MI |*ent Mi Perowne Is 01 %  fcflann He mid his wife, fWn M the writer "Fraya t will oof be unfamiliar Ritlons in this newly crePJjtale under SI {J* <"' le.i i rived alter %  Wlrom MussuliT! %  J";i service m • ff*e Pttonlne and Aden (*••%  ,.. blf By Cable. Ilrituin's I .iliumCabiiu-t Meet LONDON, March t The new British Laoour Cabinet I (in the ItrsL tune to Itetrmi of the Klnaff -pcech at Parliament's state open. :.-d to b. ring ;i vaftsf p i Keuler Sh' llo|)<(| To Seo Christ's Return MARYVlUa TaWM March 2 A fatal throat ailment has endMi an elderly woman's hope of living until Christ return* to .-.nth So strong was the belief t Mis William A Nicholson, 72, and her husband that they would witness Christ's second coming lhat they built ;. H room house designed to stand for 1,000 years, lid that the Col-! The house, made of ,t ,-vn,„rSeiu' .uving r ble and cement has IS inch walls, -stressed that h "k and three Women Politicians Are Invaluable •Says Sir John Shaw l! of lb* Offer To Raise Devisions For W.U. Defence DUESSELDORF, Mar 2 General Kurt Kasso Von Manteuffel. ex-Nazi Panzer Coroi Commander, said to-da>that he had offered to raise 30 divisions Mn Union Defence. Tha contingent would consist of an aimoured "corps" supported h\ infantry, he told the West C-ern Agency DPA. Von Mantruffel. who hai. been Ink -d with the Brudgschan Organisation of German ex-Armv generals %  nai giving the details of ,, Western Defence memorandum submitted to the West German PARIS. March I French Minister of National Defence. Ran* Pleven todr nave the details of the arms France will receive from in United States under the Atlantic Pact of a Joint rneatln Of the National Defence and Foreign Affairs Committee in the National Assembly. France will reserve artlllerv %  emphasised tii.it |1 woulii not be out of date material for example, would be improved types, compared with those put into service at UM end of the war A Communist Deput> asked M. Pleven on what day and at what port the first arms ship .vould arrtve. M Pleven said he could not answer, but that several Preach ports were competing to t>c fae port of m Pleven said it was not possible value the arms yet. BOOBUM there were four categories, which would be valued in different KeduiKiant The today man BONN. March 2. Allied High Commissioners'Igned a law banning Geraetivlties In the atomic energy. The High Commission law implements Article 4 of tinIntergovernmental Agreement on prohibited and limited industries In jfCermany reached in Washington on April 8. 1M8. This article stattta tha.' the production, impor'. export, transport, storage, use and possession of radio-active materials will t>e the subject of Allied regulation in Germany. The m-w law ptrmifl ... IM of medleal eaj educational purposes U.S. Senator Advocates Atomic Peace FLORIDA. March 2 An American Nai is down in the Atlantic about 3l>u miles north of San Juan, Puerto Hico. the coast guard seta .stated today. Another plane sighted the bomb€f on the suifdte. with ; w ,'"2> "' lhe water, it was reported. Chancallar, Konrad Adenauer Hel Th *** bombers usually carry a wanted Europe to be strong cr w 9} l9 enough to resist the attack for at An nour ,at r a Pan-American nonths before the Unt-! Wo !" Airways dipper, circling ted States could throw in its full' over thc Dombcr reported that power He pointed out that WesKhne dfc.Voyers had arrived, and Additional authorisations may) material srttcfl would be taken be permittetl b. the Military Secu1 from United States reserves, non?_*? oard w, cn wl |l not. howsurplus material, taken from stock and material specially made. Pleven sftid the present equipment of the French Armv was essentially that which had been supplied under the .n'nbetween ttic united li it.iin .HKI the Fightimt •rial was at the end of Its useful life It had not been possible to replace It, liecause soni. ns factories had been destroyed the war. and replacement uld have hod to be made .it the expense of reeoiistrui tioi: —Realrr er issue authorisation in cases where the proposed would constitute a (tanner to thi Allied forces of occupation, or would facilitate the re-armament i re mi li t arisation of Germany The maximum | %  lallon of the law are life imprisonment and a line of IVntsche mark.Reuler U.S. Boinbcr Down In The Atlantic tern Europe's defence lines must be farther east than the Rhine in Ihe interests of French Securitv —Renter ere .starting to pick up the crew A navy rescue plane was sent out from San JUST. Reuter WAS! for joint AUanttl peace" ha Truman to autl The Senator, who a chatrma %  J. the Jim ,,| Atom o l out a eon. oframn and then hurl the weight of the free world's eonscfert. %  But he beekad President Truontenitsan that the Uir for Immediate luuh level talk.* Li lloecos* bad not ret an Ivad H suggested instead that ultimately the United Nations he Talks HI Moscow in u •" %  t up world eesth neajfjoBe Broadrnst Dehu'es From Lake Su. that the UnMed Naiioin Seere%  holrimu a %  with members Council in Ml eft of the on:;.' jocks, Includlna II Jam China, and othei West differ 'We -hould absolutely demand •hat the Assembly (in Ifoeeowl be broad | to Vladivostok" he cant! %  arrnng.nR son II under Rrulrr the United India W ill Not Enter Any Pacific Pact %  Says Nehru Uinlilsw N-iii i India-! pnli,<\ l„ ,-„!,., lictln-1 .. MI,:,., Con I Coaombo fi ad S'rl.m ,,.,,:„ 1101 ri..-|ll|..|,,.,1" V Kanulli (COOfP anna Mm: -is ihr P.: Indo-Chlni ••>. "' liqinilatrrl. > % %  M.ii rwjiuciai.il. .,||. %  % %  ""1 lulllll,-,! %  '!"•" "'-n-i-lf wiih :,, I ulnnial Ion'."' anil addrd' "Amiri%  aiif aaaorni-ihiiiii doas nm hapli. India win no) into anv such pad II lh nccasim insrs rnr .such a pact. Ilic II,, u %  will hav, UI.-.I" —Krutn Queen Mary HQS An Outing LONDON, March 2 guc.ii Marv had an outing lo day for the first time since shi came down with a bad case 01 sciatica a month ago. The 82 VMI uld Queen Movher left Marlboiough House, her l.-'itloh liuiiic. i bora) before noon an-' was driven around the n.-ighhoni ng parks—(C.r.) Shipowners Tajte Serious View Of Brazil Bank's Order Swiss Vsk Kor Special Treataaeal it lH' unable to recover tnc Iraighl from the becauje the Bank uf Bl not grant foreign -xchang.-. Under the decree, the shippu.i would be (linu-iiil %  previous deposit li Shaw „v r„ ir—stressed that It wai i> %  !" "V* %  %  l-Om ernor ol loot thick roof. road towards full *hj" "• •trii.tur,was ftnlshed M a> in l.6N,,-h„l,n explain.^ that and hm wife ba What the new constitution gave "> b"n alive at Christ s return Q „, name am%  >!> '"e llfth chapter of Thjaaalogi':e responsibility not preach It" i a lions Our faith His coming %  ltivc Council eonn ne membtM a total of 18. Tha ; seid t: a Uiousand rears. Nicholson saidMrs. Nicholson died on Thursday Like her husband she waa %  "Id hni ho —, -,.,,.., proval of the 5. he mtrodwl appointed-thai is not. %n £ 1 ,-ker of the Mf "W. I .m l:?\ h i*" Council was encouraging I l-cei so. hOW"I am Dot f contro\ ( : *n more prudant •s of the case to quite so i an age limit I *voten,' uuah^w.w appear to lual location • to u> 4 not afflli..' religious j denomination.— %  Cf) It augurad well "for the success | of Mr Savary's occupation of his j dignified and responsible office ing that there %  4h numiallv he ••> ^\ UM (.AMI'BII.L LONDON, March 3. shipowners in the Brazil Trade (the United KingdomBrazil Conference Lines] lake a serious view of the bank of Brazil'' order to the effect that freight o.i Brazil's imports shall be payable! curzeiros equivalent I only in curaeiros in Brazil, not in Height cost. It wea understood m Foreian Exchange London that conversion The Conference is holding a deposits would only be .1 meeting about it. and la taking 1 ftcr the issue of the Bill of I legal and banking advice. Meannig or sailing of the while it has issued a notice to Except with spacial and prevunr British exporters that, according authorisation. Braxil will not gr-n to information receded from Rio convertible Foreign Ewh-ngc f.n tnc Bank of Brazil has decreed noods carried In ships which that as from yesterday. March %  pat ion in tha (.< 1 -n Tariff* and ft %  inch have malm'.nn %  %  M.vincnt II also duuss a Unit Uveetlsjate the 1 ID %  • lion* la face) 1 ;ATT n K-uter Britain's Luxury Lad\ Crake W osttTling Kefused U.N. Observers Aid DAHWIN M who led ihe 1 the Heevenl] %  fun ] %  %  a r. %  %  Ulit hen oy Alex < ; bet of the stafl ol tl Itnil Selllemnit ThssH Rraler Its here 1 The President added i.iat ho isoold Object to nothing that would rid He would %  Lylhlng %  ThP ments arhen hi n nrnnneele for . new nt on and other %  it ween let Union and the %  jtetei tee dealing %  %  ;I than a bed COUBilarly %  1 bv %  I'nine :ndiH %  %  l)elentsal i nun.!, ictlaal 1 had im the loyAW uf individual, irarklnsj ftir the ment, ine Preeident said that he was the only one who had ctson in iv' ha rues, und that it was under his direction vtist ml sabotage bad t-een investigated so far. At the sam.idem aid that ,-ivil Hherne and privlleges. arnnted under the United Stales Bill .f Rights, roust bt tectod in loyalty Instructions. \fter making hi. statement that dd never aa to Moscow ^o long as he was President of the States. Truman relaxed iit't't(|s Ma\ln*\t U INDON. M. Prlna Parlh%  1 the (Revterj United Mine Workers Union Not Guilty WAS The Foreign Exchange cover imports will ordinarily be granted only for coat and insurance, no; for freight In view of the short notice given (the Bank of Brazil's decree was dated Fearuary I3.i Tr ones serving Brazil have the Bank of Brazil to postpone the effective date of the new decree, to allow time for consideration, and for necessary arrangement., to be made by all concerned. Pending clarification of th< position, the notice from the conference informs British Exporters that freight on ahlpcnents to Brazil will continue to be payable at the oort of shipment in exchange foe bills of lading. %  Britons this summer will b* %  rrjr" of !a/> Medttarreueea crulec foi the first time since I I Now that the hugr bi passenger lists for tl, East, Far East. Austr-h whittle pping lines arc diver'ing their latest luxurv lineTs for belong o third countries. Thlsj a „,„„ ot Mediterranean cruise%  h PRAGUE, March 2 Milan Reiman. chief of the Csech Premier's office in Prague has committed suicide, the ofanaJ news agency Odea reported today A member of the Communist Party's executive. Ladlilav Koprlva. told the Cei m, without rh^ lout to-day that m^: .. U aSorisaot. ,. ion was to-day found not guil1 menu are on their way to Braiil grant hard currency for freu,. General IK "t contempt which freight has been paid I on goods brought in ship, of a ,, !LfT wlSsT^uartianaa .houi ""Id be oppoc. r,try where social probj United State* son coal *:< decree were strictly enforce,! Hag other than that of the country mu uSt ReTmanT-ifch,. !££ ft O. fage I -ateeaer. from yesterday, export. affta o, the iXKhs.-e.We lf ^JSg^flS* for affeots all ship-owning countnas— the United States more ihar Britain. This Brazilian decree was originally issued last December 10 become effective on January I. I| was postponed pending the outcome of discussions with a delegation of United States shipowner who visited Brazil to try to persuade the Brazilian Government M icscind the decree. Evidently *VJ daaajaaaH did not succeed Th* generml effeot of the decree that Foreign Exchange for transfer of the freight payment will only be allowed If the Imoorter has previously •tepoatted the payment in cnawM as BrsWI excop* wsBa aaoii Cruises will ,ot Itom S2 u,iirds for thiiteen days, and rtll make rails at Casablanca and Lisbon Linen Premif'rV AUiv Commit8 Suiridt•hd in •a>*Jr*l ftsE wrywhe re .'Id. delicious and refreshing a bottle Bottled Under Authority of THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BARBADOS BOTTLING CO., LTD. Us4e U Ike ( (K \ 1 ol. \ M;W ..er baU. DUtlikMlM ev.-ry • MMMB Ureauh Sal.rda) Inm t— a.15 p.m.



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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE Qahib Casing J T WAS Lord Baldwin's birthday on Marrh lsl. thai night, a bright moon in. On on open PI (acint pavilion, u>rd Baldw.n, hi. ADC. Maiui Denn Vaughn, ihe Colonial Sterotary :,nil Mrs MacOonald, Administrator Wayne and the Hon. B. LBradshaw from SI Kttta. aat and listened lor one hour to aramophone muar. Enthusiastic eremd< responded best to Calypso songs -• %  Small Island,' •Virgin Mars had a Baby Boy/ alto Afp"" Sow." "Zulu Warrior and Dutch ""incr 'the entertainment the noise of Steel I lv past Government House, and paraded at St Johns They had Tfreadv serenaded the Ear with •Happy Birthday," early in the morning. Exciting Time M R OLIVER WOODS. Special Correspondent ol the London nM who has been in Barbados %  IM February 24th, left yesterday lor St Lucia, where he will %  staying for two day then he "1 mole II 6|>ro,mr.i.l. 2,419,200 seconds 10 ihe poll ." Bird 1 Eye View M R GERARD JORDAN. n s/ho returned from a one week business trip to St Li me that he saw Princess Alice arrive in St Lucia She was n, crowds will be going to Jamaica. Belirc hl . dans and and expects to be back in l>">' Long ttw the Kins hv the end of March ,iav in Bar bados. aM HIn g man) of the Dcvelopn I staff, and members from an parties of the Legisln' expects to hav. trni. win % %  Br""" Honduras. IIBBV |Ot cut of her car %  nd walked for a abort -ireet and shook hands with Gtndi to meet her. Coming Again Nexi Yer M INED E Principal OnVi r In ihe Judi,ome on Tuenlar by B.W I A alter open I,-. m M Indra ne 0 Worthing. I was his first visit to the island and he visited many ol the and was greatly imd bv what he had seen He do spent eight da>s at Bathsheba inA had a most enjoyable time. Mr. Ragblr expects to be back %  ear. W*H*rc In"l932 M R and Mrs. Harold Bninton arrived yesterday from Hew. Vcrk via Trinidad by B W.I A Mr. Brunton who Is a Trinidadian in the Real Estate business in New York Mrs. Brunton la a I I;alian. the former Miss Mel' I W. Icott. and the last time that she MM was In 1932 They are lr badoa for one month and will slaying with Mr Chare* ( rmgton in Fontabelle m -For Ihe Race* M here for the racea." sa'd C. M. G. Purehaa who Migar planter In St. Lucia. U arrived yeaterday by B.W.I A nd will be staying with Mi < > ffrey Harford at' Norwood. St I M li I Mi to men n f Jamaa. Also arriving from St I top i I in ihe City at Stafford House. Garrison. En Route To Naaaau C AIT U Kt "'gional Operations Directo, tor Sou: ,"*£ %  nroute to Nassau in ute to Naaaau in lo l>e operated by Constellation aircraft the I | be irom tl : Between St. Lucia And Barbados M i Berkcnkanip who livela OaUforala b the daughter of Mr and Mrs. J Keep It Juit Aa It ll %  Mr. and Mi Archie Hancock wno li ft by B.W.I A., yesterday to re! \ WATERED WI\! WHEN Jones started his exper ment. he had .two drinking WHAT iween a is the pretty difference bewoman and a MMU-> *vi tttun mtv %  uijeuj 'in mjuj did Cain hate I-IMAS* laassatsa Ui How long brother'' v %  •! •• ""l 'V HXAtaNV Why arc troops ordered to foreign shores like old maids about to be married"' OIK .wodtii.ii n uo .8 t.qi ttn.atn B3.WS>."Y What never uses its nice shiny teeth in eating* Why is a pig In a pa Are on the roof? ,no if.' -i oi n a>a OTAVSNV Ike toward the end of the year h. came to dislike Intensely what had seemed an attractive tie. He CRYPTOQIOTE—Here"* how to work It: AXYDLBAAXR la L O S O r F. L L O W One letter aimply stands for another. In lhla example A Is and for the three L's. X for the two Oa. etc. Single latter, apestrophlea. the length and formation of the words are all mm. Each day the code letters are different. A Cryptogram Qawutloa DAE EMM HAVTI SNAAT ISA* HJ E "I A LVMK WR ENM M W 0 I N-A %  S D AK H V K E A K. Cryptoquote: A RIGHTEOUS MAN RECARDETII TOPAV. MARCH 1 m Ketp white Shoes Snowy White with PROPERTY SHUWHITI SOI WH| TB ti, '• CANVAJ SH0J ASIATIC rUlU < IVEMAint**,, Tll-MGHT iFRIDAV) BLTCHEHS pMgnggl iHOOK. Jimmy HAMLEY. Dinah SHEBJDAII Is, "FOR VOf AI.ONEMusic ol ALBERT SAv and his Orchesli with HELEN HILL; ihJT London Symphony Orchestra: Soloist MEDDLE SAft P L A Z A Daya ONLY FRI l i" 30 pm EH BROS, pel Humphrey Barbara ajsjsk BOGART STANWYCK SMITH h, •Ihe TWO M.: %  vAUsr TOES 7 THt'RS Dial H104 un Rag* 8-04 101 JISHVITIQH y Mil VI III I .Ml* I 111. TO-DAY VI 2.30 P.M. Republic E'n ii.il"PresenU HU ent servi '^ Wo>! Coast of South An* ted in the ml here in Commumci.tions and 11 ,T|1 io tm airfield a: Scawcll * SMI In r parents. Mr. and Mrs have already made Hotel reservai Her husband %  m lor next year, Mrs. Hamock I -i eu tenant -Colonel In the L'nltetl v. or %  n beautiiUJ corsage ol States Air Force, Is planning I which was presented lo join her in Barb%  at the hotel, the night before Should Not C ARIB has now been that White Dlnmshould nol be worn to anv of the tearing function* at 0 House during should he worn Tonight A NDRESS DALMAlv. • national 1 Music for his brilliant performance* In Europe and America, is also a compose. To-night with hi* wlfi .urn he will present a Concert at the Man which will incluue Honde ..I the Elves by Bazxini, Zlgeunerw'eisen. filpav Airs, bv Sarasate amongst other well kwwil r-ncert works. Hn wife wiil play three piano solo*, which will tnch. > •Thopln's corr.p m ft Ladies Dilemma W HAT Ofl for the I %  turning I the Races m.-l trying to lay bands on the right styM of glove.v. Cinematography M R l. Cam i 1 Irfl for Jaiua.i dB\ via TlliilU. holarshij) mrmatograp':'. i tba Co % % %  I % % %  Bee at the Ui %  %  He Is a brother d Ml | %  %  :, who used to teacn ice at Harrison Cot 1* now at Huron College in Easier', Thev were staying I aan View. Delayed By Princess Alice's Visit M V JAMES. Chief "i tl-.' Police Commissioners' Conrhlcfa opened yesterd-iy Hou* Ma aril] be here until Sunday and Is staying ,>\ the Miir ne. The arrival of Iht in st. LUCIH ron .ii rivini •which the THE R MENACE Ontario lecturing, and continuing ^ le o! j hcr Wa> i nts M.Sc. Every Minute of It IE pro; i'ou Squire Inn in KlUlngworth, mngnlftcent a n d m on* everything in iwrfect IIOVAI (\Vor.l.iniis, TO-MC.in A SDNDA1 Ml.Ill al S 1U I" >l geiMlhll Double ..AUTRY w CHAMPION Jr. Td*Uf et*c V <** '*"' TWiUGMT 0N7ME Comings And Goings WR CEORGE ADAMS. Connecticut Mr Robert Glenn, left Barbados yeaterday on his 1T1 Hunting Aerosurveys Indoi return journey home via %  Si laj I • ll W I A., for Si I'd by La wife Tin-;. l.,n J. wBMn he will establish arrived here on January lWh. ami h. .^quarters fa ed every minute of their DMMnlnloa and St. Vincent, his f often went dancing lu .any has the contract for this m the Colonial Office Connecticut .-elmg them," they t h home >n I ., ,it -Sweet Field," St. Inn, on Route 80 ll midway betwecr; • V. Bennett, Official Hasten, accommodates al>out I for the Barbados Turl i %  vrday by Thanksgiving Day anf the Headmasover a poster which said. "Vole icr And Put The Socialists ed the till By Beachcomber >>( n!' itf Iht hi'nl uurlii W in" Mi of bod> htlnlflti ol N %  lh> \iirk'>i'-r Seamdat i.d droppad it .^ though stung It i-i nor, while Smart-AUuk T HE nastivst o| -is mopped his forehead with a of Mart I Is sayluiudkerchi.-f covered w l| > P**ing a mouthful paid a personal lures of I). ot the Mb roBj Be past. iiv anybody should wiita me lo ask how boi ure trained Is not In 1 have never boaatpubU a| avj knowledge ::,. an I thus. They are accompamtlieir trial flights by a number ot pigeons fitted with small angg They get so used to leolug these mechanical birds rail bases that thc> SSUl 0] iimtaling them. Mtirfiiuil not-W HENEVER the weather beso cold that the elec. has to be cut. I call to the dark ages before elecwhvn people warmed ( .ve> with real tires, which Ml dependant on gigantic powar houses. Nor could the f an intricate system plunge millions of itiarkness without warning. In those benighted days you had awn light GLOBE TIIKATRE PROUDLY PKLSKNTS TONTR ill Mi P.M. BLOND IN I TIIRII.LBC MACK MY.-Itn 2 HOLES KNTHaAUENTFJn.UV KO\Y I III \ I Id -Mllllitt MOM>\i jid ItlllM-'lAV ll 110 llllh I ri.lr. lot I'reseliU (Inlt-rniil Devil ui Magic) PRICKS: [ % %  HITIll) Orch. SraU 3/-; Circle 2/-; Balcmy Jfc, Box VKi'-erv.ilions lor Orchesirn 8. Boxea can be mad* al Ihls Theatre 1 aj Tickets will be un Sale fcnitc from 7.15 p.m. IHIII il Alone CROWN GINGER REER * n. ** oi i MPH un \ i KI >\IIKH\t MIIMlll mil HIM-I'II al I I'M Republic Snijslilni lluublJaael Martin HHIUm Urliht. Ilmi.lui. 11.11 •KINGS OF THE GAMBLERS" and HOMESTEADERS OF PARADISE VALLEY" sllh Allan Line aa red -der, Bobb> BUke. Martha Wenlttorlh SPEND a little ?? *m> 2 and SAVE RAYON BROCADE ill Ills Peach. Blue. Pink. 1-emoii, While .ii ail Ha*. A beautiful 1 range of delightful colours. £ A LOT! by buying these d. 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