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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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SCHEME to sell Barbadi ; oN ®
eae é adian furniture and hand ' | CANBERRA, March 23
in the United States was told ‘ Handictart e USTR j : :
old to the “Advoe: | ALIA today invoked f ;
day by Mr. Ronald Tree, +f Utes: ter 6 lvocate” yester w Ly ed far-reaching emer-
Bess | “The purpa t. James, | ae _ j es ee seg banning of meet
tana urpose the . ‘ v Greek Go ; ‘ ings, ; . P
are i ne { +overnment, ul an t a
Sugar Council ecg One teh Eres aero eeh imc me sale a penalty for treason—to fight
ax tei re ip enize The Pri 5S Mini a Communism.
i - g ty ; : ul tonigh me iniste R :
W ime hel; ‘ } Veu . Yr, obert Menz e i
ill Meet employment ! secon ae e Emergenc Cri u06, said the
‘ Wenie’ sec |from the March 5 elections, .e-] Oma . saan an welt: 6 eee
¢ 4, i ‘ serene az é lections unists pen ing the : . .
ri 4, hal schoo I< nigi passing of legislation to
2) to start sent Rae ae, Oe outlaw the Communist P
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(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) | (3) Subsidiary to that « | sie to ahetiides Yan list Faced with steel and shippin 7 ;
LONDON, March 23. | ver since he x | suite cide ia itaie. claimed ‘a state of ipping strikes, Australia also pro-
Replies from the 17 delegatory| for ane since he m é ial | tai henner ms : King, ¢-n- auaharad oa state of serious industrial distu@banees”. The |
ry TF > th Rath Obtain a ty I non-Libersg > e ‘al Secrets Pia at . I }
members of the International] Tree he had be M en ee ae d ecretary of the Workers Federation, James Hea
. + Cc e 1e had | ayouus Canolo t av > > atin i :
Sugar Council to Cuba's proposal] pressed cae ‘ n | Finis Satan. 10k oday defined the emergency powers, saying the. threat ‘ }
for restricting sugar production Pees Tt Mae Ste qu GOAL-KBEPER Minieter + a punishment and deportati Ww dy, Voageh aactiy
gre coming in very slowly, But eraftsmanship here especi . HILL, wearing a black puil ister of Defence ¢ tin Z Ny p ation would not stop the union fr
F the vl regard to f epociany 1 t t ive =o . over ; : € ! resisting “ . cae -
the meeting of the Council’s a rd to furniture uilempt*to save the first goal kicked in by th ‘ane trunks, looks back after making a ! Othe mernbe fact i “ ~— Fascist attack of the Government.” The roa ‘
ypecia] statistics Committee fixed aie had turned over in his ow football match y the Spartan’s centre forward (Evelyn) in a iP een ns hoes ot the fact is that the Menzies Government has seized this opr i
for London on April 24, will not] ing ‘tales ae d means of develo} deat emg altace det cast eaverca | Minister aie Sctesior Te Pr tunity to abolish the right to strike,” he said
Beton ‘ell men a com-| marke Pa z von nape of eather. -—__—— Natosotas; Finance P ad , | The Crimes Act gives the Gov
: qd ambers are not " utside the islanc even - ORI |} ernm ame e rr
ayailable. It is anticipated sever-| } Recently a move had been made a “ e aera IP aero Gregorios Cassi Russia C - Watertecd natare's Powe of a
al delegates will make their com- > the UA “Government tateny J , ran e Um s P Sas e : as j a jon, George Athana an diate arrest I aa © suc B is imme-
ments verbally. courage and foster exports fron ORTS YT1VYy ounelil Lee 2 08) Commmmnoniion. 1 6ommy meetings +P
EE Pradiainved tats: teal crete aciee ie : PEE | Regie Melaniden: Reeeneeie alk Acras
meeting was originally fixed for ject of earning dollars. Mr. C. K or) ly. Dimit mitrios Glavanis; Sup BS Proclamatio
February 28, but was post Thompson had _ beer s , } j VW e rye \* rios Gontikas rhe n
uar’y , vas pos poned | Colonial - n appointed v ee ‘ rhe ne ‘i _— 4 os ee Governor-General to-day
partially to give time for West tial Attache to Washingtor w Cabinet’s first state- ur issued bAntaiecetl to-day
: i r esti and the U c rae re LK ne >» tonigl f we t CPCI REAR SO, BEE Ce
oe producers to come to a en ; ted Kingdom 1 also FOOTBALL , e tonight from Press Act. Menzies said. that tho
sion on the amount of sugar} ; ointed trade officers f ter Cassimatis, who :; . guilty af a ee
sugar ae , f u Ne . ho said ANBE y af an offence a t
they would be supplying ot arses of. the VSA., tore courage cc s / 4 = pti Parlia- Secseh Coal, 't March 23. | Proclamation coll ke table to
Britain under bulk purchase and foster British Dominion and] € Erie Amo ince ‘ 2 e new Cabiret receive: | ian Prem z ey, former Austra- | '™prisonment, and if they w 3
agreement. °©! Colonial markets Sake TENNIS alr te nfidenre, it ec be one : ier, told the House of | not born in eae ney were
New Markets | Encouragement nennes 8 RES LTS ” oe ul es a * aeaenrae here to-day thai | liable to denortasind a, would be
a . oe es " os aia ‘ é s 0 setting any c The : t l
From the point of vi , | He had come back to B r iture acti rete Pacifi Le y con roclamation , ;
i ( ew of thelyy,. 1 he back to Barbado / . f acific Pact were very re a eal ; atior declared
International Sugar Council ina Mr. Tree said, with the object © legge Narita WALLONIA CONTINUES { \ aN \ Breach mote ere very ré eet wei a state of serious indus-
mer quantity of the sugar avail- soning what could be done speci- ah Aa TiI- 6 of the Liberal Chifley, speaking as Oppositi +} noth a rbances prejudicing, or
able for free sale the better. Th fically and to get the nec 4 e ( : Leader in. the Fore eeton ireatening trade and commerce
eng : . The ecessai Oo vy rOve loti the Foreign Affairs | with other countrie nmerc¢
s coats to avoid returning ; LEOP LD ACTION h REEACH. OF Agrer x "DP oe the problems of | the States on haga 2 See among
= yesyan te : finding new ‘ | é the fou ma he sania et Sh important, bu Menzies told 1 peste >
markets. A prominent Sugar i ~ BRUSSEI they il ’ problens of Europe was vital | “We wi as a nse House,
age official has remarked on m’s Privy. Counail of USSELS, Marc ic | i wet here. oneeand cea i wae ate
e fact that millions of peo! : : ouncil of 28 elder sta . might be 20 years be en AN id for all. We will
; s ple in { i aes statesme) ete elec : : years before | carry the fight t . oO
the Arab world of the Middle ie he eve of war in 1914, met today layec : tt would threaten Australis ists.” If the Saas the: Commun
Bast still regard sugar as a luxury ‘ nity between Flanders and Wal . I 4 | ‘rom the Pacific, but he had no | to Auht. the: Asusien! inists decided
outside their everyday budgets oo Leopold to the tk s and Wallonia over th« “va t }doubt that Russia could “walk said, the Au SENG: See
He sees a remedy for ld | Ses ) TAG LN, £600 8¢ across Europe to-day Nabe ete dp ecanctiggee:'Y arose people would
‘ 3 the world } iy ia day and be in | fight back, a el ;
over the production of aaaee in ” loan : *% As the Councillors asser ere hartge in: a very short time.” will not falenabe ee lear. they
epenpearnes designed to increase Nt Mewes dating | FL } ING SA UCERS | a marble hall of. Brusse on opuli \ eee sad be only the be- | violent wtheelt ty oo aie and
@ purchasing power of bé ew ie. iy Oe ‘hh alace, more th , zs of a great world war” he | cesses ¢ Sn iormal pro-
S ack- Liss I W oar i : | than 350,000 oh . ‘ i > \isemal as € SSeS peaceful trade <
anne, ack We rin | EXPE TE Jers threatened a 24-hou st M Venizel i ! : expect rr ane could no more | commerce. aC trade and
It is doubted w - > ee, 2 LANs LA } C D j tomorrow as a “warning sainst | leaders VSO OE WORE. RAGE OC . » war that could arise Menzies s a :
Quban. proposa] will Sooo Ss mero eet |any attempt to eine al —_ tf aie ‘ from offfér Parties vy hi —_ could the Western Demo- 4 would eee legislation
sympathetically by the aihlotity . Nt a Aang OVER SWEDE. back from his prov Peisnal:e ile: e Fae 5 Pe They drew this con ihe ai with the Pane eee to deal
of the delegates at the forth McG. 1 iN Lpeninet aoe. in Oia fine Soares Sawer | sont ee SS Ogee ieghtatiniens. tap Cewernment aid
: wae - McG. Patterson \ + = T. hi a . 4 {failure to enhst s . rn ‘ é a war the Uni ol ent dl
coming 1 Manninj G. ‘OAK | e chiet strikes would . some leadin: | States ; nited} not propos > de sd
a ee tent a it is oe be annin 50 STOCKHOLM, March 23. | the highly Earaneneetee be in} members, of, his own party ins the tates ou war might complete- | drift Renee Wh i the position
C is a strictly Southern Swedes 2 hin . an apPteree eee w Gov y demoralise eve ~ ” or , Which now existed
technical discussion to render the heavy influx of “Ayling $f eens is’ Rater where, on March Di eee Chifley said “4 Maid net te ; under the-prociamation, would be
report to the Council itself. the beginning of ne: ttn ad mar er erie: SO MGO Oo!) Um tonis! ee ae a ters were{war in Europe, but i 20 used to carry the fight * » the
— (By Cable) “Sil R decordink: Sar ae ten xe month, ; al gy tae the return ow by the solution of the| “the creeping insidious a. eres Communists.
‘1 € ~ | Luebec!} ae The. ge rom | ™ , though 57.6 of the nati i woblem saying that ar | ism—the F . - :
Va amos | is). os rit ees are said) 558 Whole favoured fis re basta 1} Liberal Governm« rept ae eur oa cater, a Pubite. Seigpert
, mi aring the world’s first Count Henri Cart ey ; ily respon te : F wurope, uter In this. he believed the
ONL Y HO! KE Mvster rr fe para base at the Baltic 80 year old Cath 2 e 7 st Fn wishes Government : outa ae rm =
| } nea ord Sen oe . e | . cA UERMIES « t ©, vhich gave P —- 7 ‘ VO ave > bs
o y omy lete eee their almost} Presided over the meeti ( irties only As AU port of the public gener sly “tha
BONN, *March 23 e i jleted system of permanent councillors, made up of 13 } seammwk. af ne the vast majority of trade :
The extreme Nationalist eae! Revived | * ‘ for Vee weapons with a lies, who favour the ret Ps 7 us peer : n are 4 STRALIA WILL INSIST ists, ho hated Cor a co ree
eral Otto Ernst R mate MR. RONALD TR ystem of radar stations me Socialist = Magy “ atement, the new i eno oe nmunism an
st Remer, declared MR. RONALD TREE in the t rN » centred | one eigl Ministe tonig T CANBERRA, M gnised it for what it wa
today that it i , , ‘ Unie own of Neurup m™ | Liberal haa r Sak onight rT! . Nd March 23 Australia’s | : ve
would be suicide t i | exercises will ppin The | oy; ( é ed De! 4 “a . \ustralia will insist « F . tralia rime A vives th
for Germans to join an anti- organisation going in the lar Tn | DOCTOR QUESTIONED as en 1 be led by General fae vho yesterda cepted the je me f + al G provisions belt ’ inclu fed oT ehe Government wide powers to aun
va Ment General Remer was a connection he had met ith} Hames a fs ew + appointed —_ of forming roverr | et hot be - i 7 aoe Peace Treaty with Japan > wee : ‘ ost everythi from treaso!
teplying — as “le ie Ip and encourage PAR 1 es a ae he Russian Vee-| Ment, put off « et ' ae M ‘ther Centre} vent } , ees +} sabotage, tempte re 7
gitimate speaker ae r : ARIS, Mare! 3 weapons 1 te ALLONS | t re tic it her from engaging 10 he i , evolution
for the Germs : ment b¢ the G tn 1 The Sil D ° ad C ‘ participating h : > nh cut d offences against the :
rman war 2 anera- . 7 jovernment | iva Ramos my wrey? \ ‘ rr neil | throat comps n for ‘ E : , ASA he Com-
tion"—in the ee ere and from the local merchants. | can e back into rien h} ii y Pha : eported from Buenos| meets | Reuter ‘ Foreign “we sian ad AP ar Seca. alth Government dow
i i ich s As a result of % to- ars hte ee eadiines | * ‘ss that a saucer o aves med —~ : oy oaahe Percy Spen-| forgery and offence ae oe ie
Zeitung to Winston CHurchill’s | going aby cs \ carats Bi arritz = i ummonit the | the skies tod y oKy ee a Not Expected Y ’ . , Ln Parliamenv today lic tices” re Sela er
: “ going tO Sta nmediately a sma - v2 wlice static ‘ Dr ee as more : 4 cle f Aust I . : a he administration
a om at West Germany|company comprising Mr. \ ay lll tenri Beno on ation of Dr egodes ate proportions than pe Worker ! im I rench Strikers W : é oer Governments | of justice risen
. ee h ; SINE ic the loc: doctor t : Seon MOSt] 1€ Leopol as dete € Oo protec he | » + .
tion oe Baro & positive contribu- |Goddard, Mr. Maurice Cave an who gave anti-toxic tre ne age “te agen ern SO eee ee co apvand once gv lige th ar R TT Y ote enn Aust ian it i sivies, | tions ‘tm Ach ones eek
The uropean Defence. himself, for the purpose of ex- Monique DaSilva Ramos we Oe ted in various parts of South| MOt expected to joir aati - eturn To Work ee indus\'ries,| sections of the Act, range from
. newspaper speaks for the] porting to thé TSA. handicrats el Meath, stoke. Tis tbten 2 re | America rec ently stoppage, The strike 2: , @ on page 3
gata ; Sozialistiche Reichs|in the shape of baskets rtoi } wealthy young son of . oat} - This one was spotted by Police- to union officials ill be I 2 PARIS, March 23 —=
60, e, claiming a membership of shell goods and furniture Brazilian Consul in Biarri former ss n at central headquarters there,| throughout Wallonia ar ee Premier Georges Bidauli’s ss a Se
000. Remer, who smashed the At t the exports of furniture held in prison for several weeks hey said they observed it through and will halt industry for the a: ent of fatter pay enve , a
Berlin rising timed to coincide) WouX only be in the fe m of sn NiCr eee having ur i red field glasses flying from east to The big ithert ‘ee tput bonus¢ ; for wee! -|
he form ol Li : . & Pur’ ( wes g + } ' alt will eC nu IS c K-
hy Hitler bomb plot on July |pieces and these would include his ans French iw. with a ” e . . great height, and estim- ~ eS will remaiz til the run iustries seemed ¥ Where Man ma not
West Be wevte ae bringing of | ee poxes pease nad Pini 20" hat : = oH ca The | 3 inches =a eae Oe ae Sacre EO eaaaiceen el ee Or | ’
+ e ic | ette »s of ha arge was quashed, and he w m ity orkel ave of country-w
Pact would “' into the Atlantic |" ay ee ™ released wh a i mas ; it The night before |: | cided to ; ? ‘ vs F CONDESY © Wide |
; provoke with absolute | "anging china cabinets , When inquiries produc- | B efore last in Bahia} : : exce} |
tertainty < “i a's 4 ; ed no clear evidence of : jlanca, hundreds watche ®) key workers to « I ;
y a Russian reventive It was propose > exte . ; 2% she vatched a € owe ployers were re- |
w preventive I x had be k ; } saucer, whic . domestic t > os
a |scheme to Dominic id Af a illed bation tich reportedly hovered Tele a consumers iating ll over tl
‘We have anes be) ps ae “ . After lengthy experiments | tationary in the skies f pi elephone 1 tel] vitl fo 7
of shocaing “ee longer any chance polnbaen a a "“e clu ‘ nedicine experts ir Pa a ( “hie? hours or TWO! maintain skeleton sé 9 i mit ; 1 a! ! ate i ry
= tween west or east aucts ¢ est ie Co ssione ‘niart ‘ The ) Air . y rae a .— oe fast night
The onl P A be 4 . mmissioner Courtant ¢ entire village of A Airport offic ; +} ia ad
, y chance . wiving | lands as well 48 4 he n Co d > f Arroyito| ctrike n igi aid eel industry, |
the impending oe of Oy ee ee success or failure of the ee idaan , called Benoist for +3 hehe Prov ince turned out at| . ke e! te f the strike front
: ) es ‘ F : r $ about the meas : ame time to watch the s an 36 ces kK i ’
M avoiding taking sides, < scheme was going to depend 4 ‘i. cagyres t t - re saucer, hr ' ( ack and em-|
Siving oe ae aaa ane) largely on whethes they wea Be Siivate } ot a save Madame | Co, re national observatory in| Wallonia ht put the |
. ste: owers no - q | Da Silva's life after she had } ordoba city on the followi 7 } Wasania al I ci le at « j |
pretext for br get standard high qualit zoods 2s een | e following day ) au} i 76,000
ringing west Ger- : : ys $| found in a coma.—Reuter expressed the belief : Y| midnight. Most a |
Many in to thei ; made to time and in the quanti- t elief that what} agre vi ave Uke |
* neir security plans.} . . 7 hey had see ma VU —— agreed to join the but . . ‘ 1
A str y plans, : , » , + n was Venus which, | ry ce it continued at Orly, }
strict neutrality is the only ties in which they were prom - olin naw ahded.” ab thin tee ich Railwayme: ~aaeellion sgbese ty )
Suarantee for the avoid Ne ised. vear is visibl h time of the} hour stoppag ; noe
German Civ avoidance of 8 On Page 5 . eee to the naked eye| take par‘ Bae oS eae nt —Reuter.. |
an ge ar @ Un *r Council Delete ee ™ movement of | ts i A inv at Choe pold é = |
‘oO Guarantee 1 clouds could create " “We cannot afto ser 2 Su ervi 3i Ar i | ion that Venus was ae Council and school staff W Policemen Inj > 1
European Council r join the il uiet n Sup sion Article threes. aiuee ally fly-| me have told p : . jure ¢ M
bers ar , whose mem- children + a ‘ > E 2
S are not able ar —Reuter ’ SN climb .
Sitonic or a mites warner | Paldwins Da FOR JERUSALEM Reuter. @ on pag By Hand Grenade Pe oe
ie eve ,& milita y guarantee | Ss tains in the e
vent of the te eines —_———_ ( : 1e company
tween > ae wae Mare! ROME 3 )
east and west becomit | , ere injur t : :
Worse west becoming parbadce Advouste « Council li L OVT. = en re ire of others and with ex
, Barbados Advocate Corre p ; vel outhes It -
An official ANTIGUA, March 23 : ; 948 | . kt Si: ; st ,
official spokesms f the] ? ' , 7 Draft S wa enade was thrown av the _ se . ° t
eel ap kesman of the) As far as the masses ot Ants ratt 4 peaaas ee theory the perienced guides . . . linked together i J
flatly y 1an Government? today | are concerned, Baldwin's D oe vy eee f demonstratin individual â„¢ er so that each
y rejected the west German]; ; ellag eee ipa in. 4 i Y 7 fe rikers. The first unconfirmed ré individual is protecte :
Geerment’s proposal for all | 0 ee hod “ins 2 19 ; , al rts said the police opened fire pacterse d by the skill, strength and
man Electi 3 " ‘ |} of celebrations on March 23, 1¥0' ‘ ‘ ‘ slice reinforcements \ de expe 2 ok cae sha s ”
Minko ections. | the first anniversary of the ret (By FRASER E. WIGHT d to San St a ae rush BPOrePes of the group.
tre ” elections would be a be- | of Governor Baldwin, t s ON) an Severo from nearby cen-
yal of G ” ; ee vovernor 0% B, See tres where a group of about ,
ermany” he told re-| th sople’s ché , p of about 4,00: tT rotec ; :
porters : e told re-| the people's champion, caris ‘ vorkers was protesting ag : 0 protect the finane .
“Aden: s ibrupt close when , THE Lab G LONDON, Ma : s away ea é ial future of his loved ones,
lenauer’s ¢ ; 1 St ‘ wabo > . * listrict vesterda oa si ‘
tions to degen dy appeal for elec- appeared in the local pr‘ oi te ur Government, which has a majority of only fi ween police and demor tr, rs the family man needs safeguards not lik
gd a constitutional Assembly | announcing the cancellation of th m ; today refused to allow arlicrnent | ; Ay EVE E duri the nation-wide ” see : guards not unlike those
J non 7 ’ : . 4 oa t ‘ > a » deb ; é n-wid gener; . .
fine suentiieten We have a very | Variety Fair at Government fou > - etse Khama affair, It also fixed budget 7 et u trike.—Reuter. , of the mountaineer.
hg titution already in the| on this day. . ; : mst the next cruci é ze get aa} April it ———
rman Democratic Republic,” he There never was any enthusit I 4 rucial test of its preeariously maintaine : ae
sald publ he hority ! ( irst he oe
, eae he masse at 7 n uthority, i re ie must join the thrifty, self-reli
“A or expressed by the ma al Cdnerient's ne our With y. self-reliant people
sion prerequisite for any discus- | 8°!N& to Governmnent Hous , pps ee erie _ woe surprised by | porters who own Life Insurane
Dem, is the carrying on of the} Ye?! Thousands, who had nev ve ‘ tion con its victory on the The Chancellor of t : F ‘ surance,
et and demilitarisatio before been within the gates, has s sea KR peie ; * exile of the} chequer knows that one Ex ranco 5
sean } auol ' } € f ica . . ’ at ¢ irge ( .
ea seen by Potsdam and the can- already enjoyed the thrill of mu cleats a Se : ief, who mar-|tion of the Government's 8,( : econd — us 4 policy nolder he will } : .
lation of the ékccupatior Stat 1949 stampede, and trample : 6 at tnx t 7} a mes 000 Trade Union follower i oe : D MADRID, March 23 . wi ve linked with
=~ other colonisil institut ate! -¢ tube roses, the disgu f oan vue publishe te ae ay hite Paper” | tile to the official vage Pinaatd the , Rubens Ferreira de Mello thousands whose combined unity and
West Germany” he adde ae ter | te Governor later hall exer ee men ces monday giving tea-| policy, and wants to sev treeae te ew Brazilian Ambassador t¢ ie : y ane strength
j added—Reuter | o°%Gr of St. Johns wa supervision sons. fos. withibe ding recognition | costs lowered : i y presented his cre+ guarantee security for the dependents of one and all
Ind this afternoon, being th existing Baman vit os of the} Conservatives—who had pr a aft ren. Francisco France, | i and all, *
ones} . weekly half holiday. Not Lians eo a ade alg left Liberals|ised if returned a th ind afterwards had one hour's | Third — . 2 :
esia Abolishes not a sound was being heat ' It was also decided that wih aa for a debate, in] troduce immediate ae > in conversation with him.—Reuter, rd the exper ienced guidance of a Life r
Mi teel band B lem should fly the United ? ! hich to force a censure motion, | and othe 1 : es a ev
® noisy stee sands.—(By ‘ should My Jnitec J oO . . ther reliefs—wil Isc ; | ance representa ive q ” °
Military Rule | lag, unless | the Deputy Prime Minister] "The palttics "1 PERONISTA MEDALS | 7 ative aie ee ree
lor ‘ . vere t fecide nerw t M . 5 e litical ‘a. ‘ re id of . e a
JOGIAKARTA } Morrison, the a political side of Labou ; , yute to his objective
SUN AKARTA, March 23 CROWN ATTORNEY —Reuter, | the srrison, the leader of} deeply anxious about the our, | BUENOS AIRES, March 23. & Gaertn.
,:. , an Indonesia has de- pared t eae was not!]soaring costs of : a il The marching songs “Per ee i
principle 1 .. e “i cence - concede the right of | gard ut . { living, ll re- | Boy ind “Capita K r pape Wh
— © vo aboush mili- , i : otis — mee U remittir isterity i : apvain Evita” will $4)
- Defence Minister FOR ANTIGUA 7 KILLED IN PLANE é te ie orhed Pe | aes S ‘ : aaa ve sung in Colon Opera House te THE |
Boewon: al d CRASH dence vt : ate arc a Party f the ‘oe ae a1 en Peron and his wife! ANUF
ANTIGUA, Mar NEW YORK he. Governssent’s resnite. frees | . a vard Peronista Medel mem- | & if
nfidence | t ee, a» Pom ff i na Seen Nee See INSURANCE iy)
ic k a eae e | bate ann t year after the| a
fog ‘ a e short, {| interestix ee dose” Mer iFE COMPANY » +
oa d contain a
gjak tue F. A zi I lis ‘ nee HEAD OFF : iq
I Ke - ; ve | Lament i Ice ( Establish 7 '
Reuter ess i Or ; = here will be|Lab i is te eneeers: TORONTO, CANADA
i Cal Reuter ce i illenges | believ« | I € PETER 8, eee. * Co : Litd—Agent
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Carib Calling

OMMANDER N. HOLBROOK,



4A VC., and Mrs, Holbrook,
1ccompanied by Mrs. V. We ury
nd Miss Trudy Sahli left Bar-

bados yesterday by B.W.I.A. Mrs
Westbury is frorn Curacao, where



her husband is head of Lloyds
agencies.

Commander and Mrs. Holbrook
and Miss Sahli have been here
for two months staying at tha
Marine Hotel, and Mrs. Westbury
who is a close friend of their
joined them there a couple of

weeks ago for a short holiday.

This is the Holbrooks’ and Miss
Sahli’s fifth visit to Barbados in
five years. However, next year
they expect to go to Kenya and
will probably visit Barbados again
in, 1952.

Commander Holbrook was:
awarded his Victoria Cross during
the First World War; he
submarine Commander.

They asked Carib to thank their
many Barbadian friends for the
wonderful time which was given
them during their stay here.

They are returning to England
via Curacao.

was a

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THIS PICTURE of Commander
third from the left,)

was taken

Here Until Sunday
ISS FLAVIA DU BOULAY,
who will be staying at Abbe-

ville Guest House until Sunday
arrived yesterday from St. Lucia
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Berkenhamy

were at Seawell to meet her. Mrs.
Berkenhamp and Miss Du Boulay
are cousins.

Paid Short Visit

Mi" R. H, GILLEAN (Jnr.) a
a manufacturer of Montreal,

Canada, returned home recently
by air after spending a short holi-
day in the colony. He was staying

Windsor Hotel.
Lightning Stay!

R. AND MRS. CYRIL
ABRAHAMS, who arrived on

at the





Saturday from England by the
“Golfito” left ye sterday by
B.W.1.A., for maica, intrai

x Nassau, the United States, and
they hope to svil from there by
the “Queen Mary”, en April
returning to England

They live in Birmingham,
England, and were guests ai thu
Ocean View Hotel.

Micciiienn colt

and Mrs. Holbrook (second and
yesterday at Seawell shortly

before they left for Trinidad intransit for Curacao and England.

Mrs. V. Westbury, on the
also accompanied (hem.

\ Former Captain Of
Lancashire County C.C,



I NORMAN ESSLEMON'
yi Director of British Caribbean
les and representative (
E Paints Lt Paint Manu
facturers in Britain nd Ml
William H. Lister, Direct ‘
Britis) Paints Ltd., arrived from
Trimidad ye by B.W.LA,, o



a short business

4%. Lister is a well known
English cricketer, and before the
war, besides being Captain of the
Lancashire County Cricket Ch

b,



also played amateur football for
Exgland

In his opinion, he told Carib,
the English eam which will
oppese the West Indies this year

is short of fast bowlers

He was at Cambridge with Mr

Ron. G Trinicadian and West

r. “The last time I

§ wa en

thes West ludies were in En zland
in 1939.’

They are here until Sunday and

are guests at the Marine Hotel,

Engaged
=e eng

agement wa

George L. (Mickey) Ch
of Mr. and Mrs. Liecester
Challenor of Buckden, St. Joseph,
to Miss Isabel Lenagan, daughter
of Maj. and Mrs. Denis Lenagan
of “Dona Zoyla’’, Golf Club Road,
Rockley

A Nurse In Yorkshire

ae her cousin
Col. O,.St Duke was Miss

June Hutchir

unced
M1

allenor,

nn¢

night betwee

sor
a

with
A
he “Golfito from
Saturday. She left
B.W.I A., t nd
Kitts with anothe
Ruth a ard at “C
Estate, St. Kitts

A nurse in Yorkshire, she
be returning by the “Ge
August



inningham

will
’ in



BY THE WAY.

of

_ Afghans the Zaminda
war district have a }
which Hazar washir sau
aran hamun, arba hamui ash
If 1 had any idea of its meaning
we should know whether there
any point in quoting it today

rover
goes

kh

Marginal Note





- critic who complimented
the new Yorkshire Symphon
Orchestra on “their ability t
is one instrument rather
au as a collection of them” did
not, of course, mean that all the
instruments make the same nois¢
That would be very tiresome. Th
ame criti complimented — th
accor ying of a pianist a
“decer liscreet it is o
sidered bad for rm for an accon
panist to draw attention to him-
self by sh outin g, or by wearing a
comic hat. At least, at a serious
concert
(TOMORROW: Two At The

Trombone
Methuish.)

by Roger and Mabel



RAZOR BLADES
To Clear at
ONE CENT EACH
RAZVITE
Shave Cream
24 Cts.



LA CROSS
BABY POWDi
15 Cts

POWDER PUFFS



4 Cts.
NAIL FILES
24 Cts

HANDBAG MIRRORS
To Clear at
6 Cts

SVAP

extre

me left, and Miss Trudy Sabli

On Carib Holiday



Mi! AND MRS HARVEY
4 A SCHWARTZ are more or less
w beginning their Caribbean
I oliday hich brought them from
Ne York where they live, to
Barbados via Trinidad where the J
ent three day
The arrived yesterday by
B.W.J.A., and are here until Sun-
( Guests at the Ocean View
Hotel, they plan to visit Haiti,
Port-au-Prince, and Nassau, be-
fore returning to the States.
On A Routine Visit
} EV. ROBERT PIERSON, who
is in charge of the Seventh
Day Adventists in the Virgin

Islands and French Guiana arrived
yesterday by B.W.LA. and is stay-
ing at the Enmore Hotel. Also
Fresident of the Caribbean Union

of Seventh Day Adventists he is
1 a routine visit, and will be
here until Sunday
Met By His Friends
M®: G. GASSON of Tobago,
rrived yesterday by B.W.LA
o spend three weeks at Sam
Lord’s. He has never been to Bar-
idos before, and on arrival he
is met by his good friends, Sir
Thome and Lady Southorn and
lr. Harold Woolf, who have re-
cently returned from a few days’
tay in St. Lucia with the Admin-
istrator

Presentation Of Colours

7. I K PAGE, DS5.Q.
C.B.E., M.C., Commander of
Local Forces, Caribbean Area re
turned to his headquarters in
J iica yesterday by B.W.LA.,
after going to British Guiana, to
be present at the ceremony of the
presentation of Colours to the B.G
Volunteer Force by Princess Alice

He was in Barbados for three
days staying with his wife’s rela-
tions at Yorkshire Plantation. Maj
M. L. Skewes-Cox was at the
airport to see him off

By

Maison Tirlitontaine
A PROLONGED of

drinking to celebrate the sale
of a cwt. of Guatemalan oysters
to a credulous lady led the Captain
to commit an indiscretion. Asked
by a powerful baggage, whose
earrings tinkled when she moved,

session

like the bells of St. Maclou, heard
from Quiévreux on a windy night
of summer, “Have you any
chicken in aspic?” the proprietor
replied with a coarse laugh,
Heap And also fly in amber,
nigger in woodpile, spanner in
works, elephant in ointment, pig
in clover, bee in bonnet, bat in
belfry, and clergymen’s roes on
toast.” The baggage winced. “I

don’t think I understand,’
“That's just as well,” replied th
proprietor, handing the baggage a
lump of rabbit in celluloid, wrap-
ped in the racing page of an even-
ing paper. “How much?” asked
the baggage. “Four pounds three
and eight pence halfpenny” replied
Foulenough. “Give me a penny,
and we won't bother about the

she said



POUNTAIN
$1.00
Assortment

PENS
A Wide

PCLKGS. OF PAPER AND
NVELOPES—6 Cts.



BONE COMBS
To Clear at 8 Cts.







LH© St

VALUES GIVE YOU
\ SQUARE DEAL

Evans & Whitfields

Broad Street

Ets
PALM AND OLIVE OIL SOAP
12 Cts. a Cake

COLGATES’ HALO SHAMPOO
35 Cts. a Bottle

“P THESE

BARGALYVS!

Educational Adviser
M®*. AND MRS. J. L. NICO)
left yesterday for St. Lucie
by
Mr. Nicol
to Colonial Development and Wel-
fare,

Hope To Return

R. AND MRS, A. MAYBEE of
Oakville, Ontario, returned

to Canada by the Lady Nelson yes-
‘erday morning. They came down
here about two weeks ago on their

first visit to the island and like it

so much that they hope to come
again.

Mr. Maybee is a retired manager
of the Canadian Bank of Commerce
in Calgary. Alberta.

To Meet Aircraft

R. GEORGE ADAMS, repre-
sentative of Hunting Aero
Surveys left for St. Lucia yester-
day by B.W.1.A., to meet the air-
craft which will be used in the
urvey of Dominica, and which
was expected to arrive in St.
Lucia yesterday. He hopes to
begin work tomorrow.

Canadian Medico Leaves

D*® AND MRS. E. K. LYON of
Leamington, Ontario, Canada,
veturned home yesterday morning
by the Lady Nelson after spendins

enjoyable holiday. It was their
‘hird visit which they spent as
guests at the Ocean View Hotel.

Returns Home via

Trinidad

ME: GEORGE CAMACHO of
Georgetown, B.G., after
holiday of over six weeks, left
Barbados yesterday by B.W.1A
for Trinidad where she will !x«
staying for a couple of weeks be-
fore returning home. Staying at the
Hastings Hotel she also had
wonderful week at the Crane.

Work Has Commenced

R, CLARENCE O’NEAL, who
returned from St. Lucia yes-
terday by B.W.I.A., told Carib that
with regard to the building cf
of Castries, work has commenced
on the sewerage system. He was
away for a couple of days’ holi-
day and was staying with friends
“Reduit” Estate at Gros Islet.

Arrived by the ‘‘Nelson”

nm PB. L. SHAW, Chief

Accountant for Booker's
British Guiana is back in Barb
dos for a holiday

a

He is on his way to England fo!
his long leave, and has been in|
British Guiana for three years

He arrived on the “Lady Nelson”,
and is staying at Cacrabank.

With Bookers {n B.G.

R.
FALCONER and
daughter “Penny” have arrived at
Barbados for a holiday and are
guests at ‘“Cacrabank.”
Mr. Falconer is an Engineer and
is Mechanical Tillage Co-Ordina-
tor for Bookers, British Guiana.

A Bungalow At Heron
ss c

Beach
M’
Margaret Robertson,

F. EDWARDS, Mrs.

and her

daughter Mrs. Walter Vaughn left

Barbados yesterday, for New|

York, via Antigua, St. Thomas and

Puerto Rico. Mrs. Vaughn arrived

here on December 1, 1949., and her
mother on January 1.

They were joined by Miss
Edwards, who is from Michigan
at the beginning) of March. Sh
was their guest at a renee on
Heron Beach, St. James.
Robertson, is from be Siete al
Mrs. Vaughn lives in New Yorks
City. This is their first visit

Barbados

BEACHCOMBER

‘Have you weigh-
bage: ge. ‘No
Tt; WwW ouldn’t

odd halfpenny”. ‘
ed it?” asked the
said Foulenough,
improve matters.” “But surely you
weigh things?” she _ per
“What good would that do?” as
ed the proprietor with a grin



k-

Literary Note

‘ewe say that a xc

praised the wrong nove
defended himself before a pub-
lisher the other day by complain-
ing that the jacket had been stolen
before he was given the book
He therefore had no ‘blurb’ to go
on.

R‘
here to keep an eye on Russian
spies find that, unknown to them
Russia has sent other agents to
spy on the agents themselves.
The whole difficulty for pur own
Secret Service is to do the decent
thing.

In Passing

JSSIAN agents sent to Eng-

LADIES’ PANTIES

Yo Clear at
99 Cts.
Peach and Ivory



PURSES

To Clear at
50 Cts.

COPYING PENCILS
6 Cts.

HUCKABACK
51

TOWELS
and 63 Cis

CANNON
WASH CLOTHS
17 Cts |

B.W.1.A., on one week’s visit.
is Educational Advisor

land to spy on the spies sent}

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ADVOCATE

THESE YOUNG LADIES in their very attractive costumes are
seen dancing the Polka at Madame Bromova’s Dance Recital

which took place at the Empire

Theatre last night.

The Tiny Tots Had It
All Their Way

Hundreds of cars encircled the
entire block of vhe Empire Theatre
yesterday afternoon and again
last night, as the two perform-
ances of Madame _ Bromova’s

Dance Recital were thoroughiy
enjoyed by the large audiences
attending the two shows. His

Excellency the Governor and Mrs.










Savage were at the evening’s
recital.

To single out any one of the
4ances for special mention is in-

ed a diffic task, so very pretty
ere the costumes and so graceful
were the performers in this full
programme of almost every vari-

vy of dance from t et to Mexi-
ean, Russian, Spanish, Welsh,
Dutch and Gipsy Dances

The opening number was simple
nd typical of the routine exer-
cises which the pupils learn in
heir regular classes each week.
The little fairies who followed
this number were viny darlings
end won the affection of the en-
tire audience the moment they

need onto the stage. So also
lid the litvle girls in their colour-
ful costumes and sun shades, who
lanced the Gavotte

The Classical number, with
Allison Alkins, Rosemary Burke,
Margo Dowding and Phyllis Fitz-
patrick was delightfully perform-



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AND THE

CLUB MORGAN'S ORCHESTRA

SATURDAY NIGHT March 25th

Dancing from 9 to all hours—$1.00

We are generating our own electricity, so there would be light



ed,
followed

and the Daisy Chain

soon afterwards was

again a triumph for the tiny tots, |

who even when they missed a step
here and there only added charm
to these very dainty little folk.

The Picture Gallery then fol- |
lowed; Ann Bayley as Nell!
Gwynne was excellent and her
costume magnificent. The two

bathing belles of the old -days in|}

their quaint old fashioned bathing
suits, caps and pants below the
knees, frolicked on the beach and
splashed each other with water
much to the amusement of the
crowd. Then June Knight’s im-

pression of a tennis burlesque
dance was another big hit as she]
dashed from one side of the stag

the other smashing at the imag-
inary ball.

to

Perhaps the highlight
recital was the pupils’ rendering
of “Summer Storm,” which was ‘fn |
Part 3 of the programme.

It was a _ simple little
about butterflies, the wind,

of

birds and huntsmen; presumably
deep inside a great forest The
young performers each in their
effective costumes interpreted
their parts very well

Seale especially,

3ird and the two other’ birds



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6.30

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Across
t. A nice cult to instil into one.
(9)
Y However sma'! make it @ zero.
(4)
10 You'll find she’s worth some-
thing in India, (4)
| 12 To abuse this would be singular
| hard lines (4)
} 14 Sugge: the close proximity o!
a bull. (5)
15 His looks are not nice. (5) S AT
16. Praise in return. (4) THE BARBADO A U IC CLUB
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NO

HOW TO-DAY

Saturday and Monday at 8.30 p.m,





BEARDLESS YOUTH, HIS |
DISMISSED, DELIGHTS IN-

NIGHT

of the Trinidad

Throughout the Night

|
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as the Principal}



TO-DAY at 2.30 and 9.15 Pom,

HUNT STROMBERG PRESENTS

GEORGE SANDERS, LUCILLE

BALL
in
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with CHARLES COBURN,
BORIS CARLOFF



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HIS ORCHESTRA



CALLING

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Fish Hooks, Fishing Lines

We are with

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Extraz= “TRIGGER MAGIC”




r GARSON, Walter
Felix BRESSART.

Syndicate newspaper feature *





KEEP YOUR

HOME AS
CLEAN AS
_A WHISTLE!

HAIR BROOMS
STRAW BROOMS
YARD BROOMS
BANNISTER BRUSHES
SCRUB BRUSHES
BOTTLE BRUSHES
CARPET BRUSHES
TOILET BRUSHES
and HOLDERS

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FRIDAY, MARCH

—E.
4
4



i. DWIGHT D

he United St



Peasants Are
- Dissatisfied

, question relative to the pric«

+ peasant proprietors and
il cultivators generally with

a t> the price paid for the

ree wid 1949 cane crops was
‘hy Mr. W. A. Crawford (C.)
tabler meeting of the

q san ay’s
rs - Me Arsembly .
The text of the que
ts Government unaware of
‘fact that Seneiceree pints
i xxists on the part of
et proprietors and small
‘ators generally with regard
ae prices paid for the 1948
: 1949 cane crops.
9, Is Government unaware that
‘mated from available figures
to the total value of a ton of
r, the average costs of manu-
4peturing raw, muscovado sugar
| gnd fancy molasses, other produc-
costs and the average recov-
of sugar factories, the prices
for canes during these two
(2) years are less than what the
of sugar would . have
led?
= Fair Price
3. Does Government propose to
fake any steps to guarantee that
an equitable price is paid for canes
reaped during the present crop?
4. If the answer to Question
No. 3 be in the negative, will
’ Government state the reasons
”

" In consequence of the cir-
dinences that

(a) Dr. C. Y. Shephard in his
Report on the sugar indus-
try of Barbados has recom-
mended since 1947 that the
standard cost of manufac-
turing sugar should be
revised annually;

, (b) that a Committee of both
Houses of the Legislature
which was appointed to
consider his Report has
recommended “that the
Government should itself
collect and analyse the data
from which the economic
condition of the largest if
not the only industry in the
colony can be continuously
exhibited.”

(c) the Government’s allega-
tion that there is at present
no suitable officer available
to undertake the detailed
Statistical work which
would be necessary in order

, 0 calculate standard costs
on the lines proposed by
Dr, Shephard;

Will the Government take ste;

immediately to implement the

~ | commendation of the Committce
othe Legislature under reference,

to the appointment of
tural Economist on the
_ Department of Agri-

suion 1 as

6, If the answer to Question 5
- F te in the negative, will the Gov-
~ please state the reasons

UN. Tells Britain
Abolish Whipping

_ GENEVA, March 23.
The United Nations Trusteeship
l to-day recommended that
should abolish whipping
@® soon as Etreme in the
Ns, pproving a report
= General Assembly on Brit-
administration of the
meen during 1948, the Council
Commended Britain for the
made in the Cameroons,

‘ut urged “immediate gieps to
e the inadequacy of
ties” and educational facili-
—Reuter.









Sd

24,

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| btewn broque is now on show in
| leading stores. See them [or yourself.

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means made just right

1950

cl net nsinnesve

SENHOWER



__NEW YORK, Marc!
EISENHOWER
ates ha

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speech }
series oF

national




S dedicated
peace,
“America” he said

- “has already
disarmed :

to the extent—in

as . some
airections even beyond the ex-
tent—that I am deeply concerned

for her pre

sent safety,"
relérring

Obviously
to Russia





‘ General

Eisenhower said that y henever

one power “builds and m

tains military machine be-

yond the recognised need of rea-
lane

security, a war of ag
on remains a constant threa
to peaceful nations”,

Absurdity

Eisenhower



eres:

General cautionec

against “a tendency to write off
our friends in the western nation
because they are weak in nun
bers and weapons”

The United States, he added
must be able to help its allie

well as defend itself,
It was “repugnant

\ absurdity
to give up hopes for

peace” be-
cause there is one towering force
in the world that often seems

bent upon engulfing as much ter-



ritory and as many people as
can, \

“It is far better to risk a war
of possible annihilation thar grasp
a peace which would be the cer-
tain extinction of free man’s
ideas and ideals,”

Let us not delude ourselves,”
General Eisenhower said. “that, in
1950, the establishment f real



peace is merely a matter of ‘very
important personages’ 0; igning
papers.

“An ensuring world peace mus

be founded on justice, opportunity
and freedom for all men of good
will, be maintained in a climate
of international — uriderstandin:
and co-operation: be free
militaristic menace, and
ported by an accepted and
specied police power representin
‘ll nations,

General Eisenhower als¢
that while the world situatio
“far better

from
be sup-



than most of us
mally judge” weaknéss in the fac:
of Soviet strengin was “well nig!
as criminal as tself.”
—Reuter

Jumps From
“Whispering
Gallery”

VATICAN CITY, March



An ex-officer of the Italia
Force to-day threw himself off
the “Whispering Galler, 200 fee
up in the giant dome of Sair
Peter’s Basilica.

But as if miraculously, he



rHIS

Hote]

HOTEL
One

now well unde

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



r construction in St. Thomas, It



— meena



is called the Vi Island

imilar to this may be built in Barbados in the near future.

Freneh Police 400 Families Evacuate
Hold Woman Flood Threatened Town

Communist

ink PARIS, March 22,
. rhe Marseilies police detained
Madame Mireille Dumont, French
Communist



senator, for several

fours last night after a clash be-

ween striking dockers and the
police,

one id she wanted to “share

tne fate of my comrades” and

uld not take advantage of her



parliamentary nmunity,

Police have kept in custody for
questioning se¥eral of the people
irrested with Madame Mireille

Che clash began when police
ried to break up a “more wages”

emonstration by the Communist-





fed dockers’ union Logs were
thrown at the police from the
indoOws of the Union Office
Police OKe down the office door
ted 40 people, including
ials present. A police-
injure:

re tension on the strike
y ease vith the return t

ri} f teel trikers, most 0

r ive been idle for nearly
Stee r uid last night

i figure which stoo
+00,000 a fortnight ago was
200,000. But 5,500 assistant
Ker last night vote; con-
tinue the strike, and the situation
as unchanged in the water, gas,
and electricity industries. Elec-













mained suspended, alivesand un. ‘icity str rs yesterday sabotag-
hurt, dangling only a few metres ©4 three s plants and
from the marble floor near th. nigh ire near Caen,
Papal Altar, Normandy
Pilgrims kneeling in prayer in scatterecl coal strikes continued
the Basilica screamed as he ‘
hurtled down from. the dome The Civil Servants Union last
T he man, 28-year-old Franco night sued communique ex-
Zuckroni, had taken the precau-» pressi profound discontent”
oats of tying a rope under his with the present state of salaries
aa “— 7 i. ay bars of the.jjn offices
Ballery before 1@ climbed onto
the railings and jumped | —Reuter.
As Zuckroni fell two ttex
dropped from his pocke One
was addressed to Pope P XII.¢, W ] ; >} A to l
The other to the Italiar ress, © ooiwieh Arsena
They asked the world ‘Ne
notice of his desperate Damaved By k re
and, if the rope held, to give © *
work. LONDON, March 2:
He was taken into custody 4 eriously damaged a
Vatican Gendarme and handec ore Tice building in .
over to the Italian Police Wool l, the i
The inner galle ry round Saint* ( c ic factory i
Peter's dome favourite spot, I i the earl
for suicides The whole churc!
had to be _ reconsecrated astt er jured be-
August, when a 28-year-old Ital-} brought under
ian school teacher crashed fror I hour fte1
the dome onto the steps of the rte h Arsenal lies o1
Papal altar.—Reuter «the soutl the Thames.





Barbados,

this

TE







AMPHIBIOUS “DUCKS” and Australian army lorries students and

ran an allnight shuttle service to evacuate

from Wagga Wagga, a town

South Wales’ worst flood area.

MELBOURNE, March 22.

400
of 15,000 in the centr
One third of the population

amilhes

VO\

had been cleared from the danger areas by noon.

Four Farmers
Object To U.S.
Congress Move

WASHINGTON, March 23.
Officials of four major United
States farm organisations today
opposed a Congressional move t
substitute farm surpluses for cash

in the European Recovery Pro-
gramme. In a joint letter to
Congress, they said the move
would “lend substance to the
Russian claim that America

using the Economie Co-operation
Administration for the purpose of
jumping its farm surpluses.”

The House of Representatives
Foreign Affairs Committee had cut
$1,000,000,000 from the
$2,950,000,000 requested by the
E.C.A., and substitute an equiva-
lent amount of surplus farm
products. The Bill is due for de-
bate by the House itself tomorroy

—Reuter.

2 Acquitted On
Fascist Charge

LONDON, March 23.
Two men alleged to be Fascists
were acquitted at the Central
Criminal Court here today of
causing “mischief” at a London
cinema, when the Palestine film
‘Sword In The Desert’ was shown



The film, which shows Jewish
terrorists throwing a grenade at
British occupation troops wa

taken off after an uproar at the
cinema, where it was shown only
once,

Clapping from the back, th«
court greeted the not guilty’
verdict on the two men, 25-yeai
old John Cook and 50-year old
Bertram Pile.

It was stated that both had
been members of the Union
Movement of Sir Oswald Moseley,
said to be “violently anti-Jewish

Cook denied being

Fascist
and denied throwing fireworks in-
‘he cinema. Reuter.



siae



Czech Refugees
Trained As Spies

PRAGUE,
Czechoslovak Interior Minister
Vaclav Nosek to-day allegec
that Czech political refugees wer
being trained as spies in western
camps and sent back equipped
with American and German mad
apons,
Presenting his Defence and Se-

|
|
|
{
ee said he
protecting the

March 2%





curity Estimates—about a tenth

of the total Czech budget M

had the task of

regime against

“the violent attacks of the allied
class enemies”,

“Cases were established” M

Nosek said, “in which certai:

western diplomats equipped ter-
rorists with radio
transmitters”,

M. Nosek said all who offended
against “even though
they be dressed in priestly
ittire would be dealt with accord-
ing to the law.—( Reuter.)

weapons and

the law
may



“ATOMISED” TREES

MONTREAL, March

treés can be “atomised

Sumulate their growth, according

to Dr, I. R. Thiesmeyer, President

of the Pulp and Paper Research

Institute, who formerly specialised
in atomic research,

He told 700 delegates to a con-
ference on pulp and paper that
atomic techniques could be put vo
good use in the regeneration, nu-
triion and stimulation of tree
growth.

The income that might come to
the industry from the application
of radio





i active-material would
| more than pay the entire bill for
| atomic development to date

—Reuter.

(Oil Well Enguifedâ„¢By Fire









| EDMONTON, March 2

| Fire today engulfed a Pacific

} petroleum compafly weli in the

{Ee Oil FPield. 15 milk

j n : f here The

| ames nich could be ea

| rile melted thi ‘

| derrick, and injured thre

; npany officials said the blaz

) Started from a spark at the we
he Experts were rushing

“1 ene, —Reuter.

But police warned that the
township would all be under water

by this afternoon and reports
indicated that the worst of the
flood was still to come. The Mur-
rumbidge River was overflowing
the giant Burrinjuck dam at the
rate of 1,000,000 gallons a second

damaging the
severely.

Business people in Wagga Wagga
were frantically building parapets
with cement, bricks and sanc-
bags to halt debris swept down by

powerhouse



the swirling waters
Over 100 train passengers on
their way vo the federal capital

Canberra spent the night in their
carriages, marooned 30 miles from
journey’s end

Canberra threatened
cut in two by the rising waters of

was to be



the river, which h already sub
merged all buv' one of the bridges
connecting the two parts of the
town

Widespread damage to fruit
‘Tops Was weported from the fer-
tule Goulburne valley in Victoria
and new flood dangers were ex-
pected from ‘he headwaters of
the snowy river in Queensland

Near Wagga Wagga, local radio

stations were issuing bulletins and

directing co-operation with the
wardens,
The full force of the swirling

Murrumbidge River was not ex-
pected for 48 hours, when accord-
ing to police repors, the water
will lie 7 feet deep in many parts
of the town. Refugees are being
accommodated cnoois ana a
convent teuter,



London Gets Touch
Of Pageantry

LONDON, March 23

Another touch of pageantry

re-





turned to London to-day when
two new Ambassadors, Dr. Soe-
bandrio, of Indonesia and Don
Gonzalo Zaldumbide of Ecuador,
drove to Buckingham » in
tate to pre heir letter of
credence. to King George VI It
was the first time since befort
the war Royal horse drawn lan-
dau, driven by scarlet cloaked
top-hatted coachmen, had been
sent to take Ambassadors to the
Palace.

Until now, motor cars had been
used. The Marshal of the Diplo-
matic Corps, travelled with each
of the new envoys, #7ho went te
the Palace at an hour’s interval



A second landau carrying Mem-
bers of the Ambassadors’ staff
made up in each case of a small

colourful procession

—(Reuter.)



15 Policemen
Injured

ROANNE, March 23.
Fifteen Policemen were injured,

two seriously, and 23 arrest
were made to-day vhen about
1,500 people tried to prevent

tanks and other war
ing taken from th«

material be-
irsenal to the

railway station at Roanne, Cen-
tral France.

A crowd gathered in response
to Communist leaflet and threw
stones at Police and Republica:
security guards





Selassie Wants
Eritrean
Solution

LONDON, March
he Emperor of Ethiop‘a,
el:

23.
Haile
sie told a special correspon-



nt of The Times that the Eri-
ean Problem “must be solved
nmediately, if further unrest

were to be avoided in East Africa.
The special correspondent, cabling
from Addis Ababa yesterday, re-
orted the Emperor as saying
that he would “accept the wishes

f the Eritrean people in regard

» the political future of the terri-

ry, but he would reject trustec-

if it were proposed |
Nations
would
1al decision.”

The art
would be considered
f Italfan meddling 8

e inhabitants were apparent
1e Emperor said.

“The Emperor considered
return to Italy of So
myjust utrage. No effort
had beer. to consider the
vishes of inhabitants, and
Ethiopian national secur ty had
been ignored



a
United

e@use

Com
only



+t
it

postpone




mn of



aa

vhat
yaliland was
and an
made
the

—Reuter.



Belgium’s Privy
Council Meet

@ from page !
hey will be staging a
gainst Leopold’s return,
At Brussels University, 4,000
300 professors have
uspend studies for a

strike

« gr ee i to
aay.
“Stop Leopold” Meeting
In Liege, the heart of “free Wal-
lonia’”’ M. Andre Retnard, Secre-
tary General of the Socialist
ominated General Federation,
leclared at a “stop-Leopold”
meeting, “Let Belgium’s unity
verish so that Wallonia may live”.
he added, “It is possible that to-
morrow we shall come face to face
with troops and gendarmes in the
sweets of our Walloon towns.
If this happens we shall hold

fast. It is for Wallonia, whose
freedom is at stake, that we are
fighting now.

“In this fight, the Socialist

Unions throughout Wallonia con-
titute the general staff of the
fighting force’. Paul Segers
Catholic Minister of Communica-

tions in the Caretaker Govern-
ment tonight appealed to tram-
vaymen, railwaymen, telephon«

and velegraph workers and posta!
vorkers not to take part in
strike

the

The Social Christian (Catholic)
Party tonight denied the Privy
Couneil’s right to “displare the
esponsibility of the solution ~f
the Belgian crisis” this respons-
ibility, a communique said, lic
solely with Parliament.

Following meeting of the
Catholic Executive, M. Auguste
De Schryin, former chairman of
the Party and wartime Cabinet
Minister said, “The meeting of the
Minister of State this afternoon is
a sheer waste of time. The opin-
ions of those, who compose this

body, are known beforehand. It
; not an official institution.
—Reuter.

Acheson Studies
U.S. Aid For Asia



|

‘PAGE THREE

Menzies Aets , Pakistan Asked To
Relieve Hindu
Refugees

NEW DELH!,..Adaran.23.
The Government of, India has





@ From Page 1 a
death for treason to various termsy
of imprisonment. ’

The Act covers offences on a
federal level over and above?
laws, already applied by individ-s a <
ual States requesied the Government of Pak-

Strikes in the rich coaliields off stan to provide relief to. Hindu
northern New South Wales dur-{ Tefugees rendered homeless in. dis-



ing the past three weeks have turbances in and areund Dacca,

threatened a crisis in the stee]%:t was learned here today.

industry. Official reports recéived in New
The miners struck after com- Delhi said that acute distress pre-

plaining that the ceilings of mine
tunnels were too low for safety.
Tramwaymen in Victoria have
been on s‘vrike since february 22
lemandiig higher wages.

vailed among refugees, wnose

properties were staved.to have

been confiscated while they them-

selves were intimidated by “hooli-
” —Reuter.



gans










Rolling Strikes GENERAL BRADLEY
In h. statement, Menzies refer- FOR THE HAGUE
ed specifically to the series of | WASHINGTON, Mareh 23.
“rolling strikes”, which have; Gen. Omar 3radley. Chairman
een disorganising shipping on | of the American Joint Chiefs of
he Queensland waterfront. He | stay few off for The Hague to-

said that Communist leaders had




r defence talks with the
developed this strike technique, | : Pact nations,—Reuter,
in which workers come out at one | ° : a
point as strikers return else- macmost
where,

He declared the state of affairs |
vas intolerable. He said _ that |
Communist officials had been the
ving-leaders in the Brisbane dis- |
pute, Twelve ships were already |

|
|
|

"Sorry | can’t see vo

tye ME.
| @ fail / Don't let this
ied up, and it was estimated a = iN
ao. would be 36 idle by ah happen to you

Appealing to the Trades

tomor-

Union |








Movement Menzies — said: “Tt | RN NN
vould be the supreme tragedy of | .
‘ ry— ;

\ustralian industrial history Don’t be ~~ y : oa
he Trades Union Movement took! Be safe using Amolins ese
s enemies to be its leaders, eh * Prevents perspiration oders
1aa*® a common cause’ with :

* t harm clothes
veople who are in every sense | * Doe not he ;
1ot only strangers, but bitter | * Dees not irritate skin
‘nemies to the great traditions of |

\ustralian Democracy.

oR

ees ie



Menzies reaa in aetail to the | § i oi se) ae
House the section of the Crimes | nT
Act laying down penalties for DON'T NEGLECT LiIFFEE BYRNS

}
ersons convicted of “taking part |
n inciting, aiding or coaeren et
ny lockout strike or continuance

THE THING TO USE IS '
— e aa ee]



mir a

f lockout or strike, affecting the | u N yy Uj c N ae ay i
ransport of goods or passengers | ee
rr any public service No half-way me es co ey

Persons convicted f ucl do what scothing sent ae
offences are liable erms of UNGUENTINE will do ¢ 4B
mprisonment up = 12 onth © Retievi PAIN fort ag
nd if not born in Australia, are A
iable to deportation senoutinricion «SMG

There were cries af Hear F , Re
fear” fron the ene es t 1

ies ended hi tateme! hick A NORWICH Oo
1d been mace pecial leave eens ao

—-Reuter.

Commonwealth
Talks In Canberra

March 23. |
are |

LONDON,

Commonwealt! countries

iscussing pial fou Viinisterial
Conference on Southert Pacific |
nd Far Eastern problems at Can- ;
erra in May, authoritative -
ers here said today ,
The Conference would not be atl {/
-xrime Ministerial level, and tha']
Foreign Secretaries of the Com

mnonwealth nations would not ne-
‘essarily take part. Its purpose |
vould be to continue discussions
of Far Eastern problems from the



yhere ’ » left at the
point where they were c
Commonwealth Foreign Ministers INDIAN
Conference in January,—--Reuter. ROOT
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WASHINGTON, March 23, | ae gs 5¢ YEARS
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[he American Secretary of State, Dean Acheson, and inis| if
leading advisers on Far ist | BEWARE OF WORMS!
Affairs began an intensive new ae family is proteated: with

study today of United States Aid|

measures for South-east Asia.

sador at large Philip C. Jessup

, jand the Assistant Secretary of

Officials said the means of
bolstering the new French sup-
ported state of Vietnam against

become

~Reuter

Communist pressure has
the most urgent matter



APPEAL FOR ECONOMIC
UNION OF W, EUROPE

STRASBOURG, March 23

An urgent appeal for Economi
Union of Western Europe wa
addressed to-day to the Genera
Affairs Committee of the Euro
pean Consultative Assembly hei

y «a delegation from the Euro
pean Affairs Committee of th
international Chamber of Com

nerce,—Reuter,



Set Free To Die

DETROIT, Mich., March 23

A broken old woman was freea
from prison to-day to join he
family and die. She is Mrs. Min-
nie Lambert, 62, who spent the
Jast 18 years behind bars for th
passion slaying of her husband

BETTER FACILITIES
FOR DUTCH COWS

THE DUTCH AUTHORITIES are

tions for
a case, where 183 out of 847

it is announced here today
In

THE HAGUE, March 23.
drafting new regula-

accommodation on Dutch cattle boats, following

cows died on the way to Peru

reply to questions by theto be referring to 847 Frisian
abour member. of the second cows, worth about 15,000,000
Chamber, Mr, S” A. Posthumus, guilders, shipped to Peru on the
the Dutch Minister of Agricul- 2,600 ton Dutch ship “Eendracht”
ture, Fisheries and Food, Mr. in the middle of December last

S. L. Mansholt, described the case
as “absclutely unallowable” and
apparently due to ‘insufficient ac-
ommocation and care on »ooeard
He said that he d confirma -
n of the percer







ng the cows from the th
ands Minister in 1 a He was
inable to confirr j gure of 11
urvive i lves rn
Doar : ro f



Good Name

These incidents the Ministe1
ays cause serious harm to Hol-
land’s good name as a cattie-
exporting country.’

The Minister understood



year,

The cattle belonged to the
“Banca Agricola” of Peru, and
were part of a total of 3,000 head
bought during a visit by some of
its representatives to Friesland.

It was reported later from
Leeuwarden that cattle breed -rs
there had learned that 150 of the
animals had died on the way.

The Shipping Company of
ames Smith and Sons of Rotter-

whose service the “Een-
acht” was running, when asked

omment, said the cause could
not have been the length of the
which had been shorter
than estimated

ourney

— (Reuter.)



}
Mr. Acheson called in Ambas- |




ts, Made by the



State, Mr. W. Walton Butterworth, , '
to report their findings on recent
urvey trips.












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PAGE FOUR

BARBADUS teal ADVOGATE

Gresser





Publianed ) Th Advocate Co Utd, 34, Broad St., Bridgetowl
Friday, March 24, 1950
ie . y
Opportunity

IF anyone off Barbados a chance to

lars and to relieve unemployment
by the addition of a minor industry, the
chance must be taken.

The offer is being made.

Mr. Ronald Tree, whose name is known
throughout financial circles in the United
Kingdom and the United States, is so im-
pressed by the high quality of craftsman-
ship in Barbados, that he is sponsoring an
attempt to sell Barbadian and Dominican
products in the United States.

Elsewhere in this issue the details of the
proposed scheme are outlined by Mr. Tree,
and it is for Barbadians to decide whether
the opportunity provided is to be taken.

Mr. Tree’s initiative and the enthusiasm
shown by local merchants deserve success,
and the craftsmen of Barbados deserve
encouragement. There will be no success
(only failure) unless the Government of
Barbados unreservedly throws in_ its
weight in support of the proposed new
minor industry.

Private enterprise and private initiative
will be rewarded and the economy of Bar-
bados strengthened only if the Govern-
ment is prepared to follow the lead set by
Trinidad and Jamaica in giving the bene-
fits of tax remission for at least the first
five years to the proposed new industry

No higher compliment could be paid to
Barbados—the people of Barbados—than
that paid by Mr. Tree when he publicly
praises not only here but in the United
States and in many other countries, the
high quality of Barbadian craftsmanship.
Mr. Tree speaks from personal knowledge
since most of the furniture in his Barba-
dian home was made by local craftsmen.

Nor can his interest in the potential

market of Barbadian pottery be lightly
dismissed. Mr. Tree’s name in the financial
world is so great that his expression of

bitter disappointment over the rejection
by the Legislative, Council of the Resolu-
tion to expand the pottery industry is a
subject for concern

Barbados needs every kind of industry
that it can attract, to complement, not
replace, its earnings from sugar.

The problems of Barbados can only be
cold-shouldering,
every opportunity for expanding its limited

met by welcoming, not

economy. .
The scheme outlined by Mr. Tree is (sub-
ject to Government support) a scheme that

will benefit Barbados. It is not a rash
promise to solve all the problems of the
island h there any great fanfare
made by Mr. Tree. He is very modest and
careful to emphasise that the scheme is
experimental In his opinion (and his
most aluable) Barbados can

and relieve its unemployment,

cheme i uccessful. The scheme

i icceed with the support of the
Government. At this stage no prediction
is possible as to the future. But one thing
is certain. Barbados owes already a great
debt to Mr. Ronald Tree for the great inter-
est he has shown in the potentialities of
Barbadian craftsmen. He may with jus-

tice be described as a patron of West Indian

craftsman and if his recognition of their
latent ability should lead to an improve-
ment in their economic status this fact
alone will be worthy of gratitude. If a sub
stantial earning of dollars should result
from the initiative of Mr. Tree and the co
operation of local merchants, the Govern-
ment of Barbados and the Government of

the United Kingdom will also have bene
fited.

It is not too much to say that the success
or failure of the scheme depends on the
support of the Government of Barbados

Surely it will be generously given

For unless that support is given a warn-
ing to the craftsmen will be premature
That warning is so serious, however. that
early notice is wise. It was given by Mr
Tree when he emphasised that America
would buy high standard goods, provided
that they arrive on time. Shipping arrange-
ments are considered adequate, but unless
craftsmen support the scheme by produc-
ing their goods when they are wanted.
they will ruin their own chances and no
amount of governmental support will save
the scheme. But if the warning is taken to
heart in good time, why should there be
failure ?

OUR READERS SAY:
Slnnitiaicameeee,

U.K. Consumer Does Seem To Benefit









To The Editor, The Advocate, certain statements made in your authority only over the branches Australian Commonwealth can- At present the ability of the and especially those who are re-
SIR,—In a recent debate in the to-day’s paper by Mr. W. D. of government explicitly confided not do. On the other hand, the islands to dispense with grants in sponsible for vae indifferent treat-
House of Assembly, some doubt Hall regarding conditions in to them, and all others are reserv- federation as planned would pre- aid from the United Kingdom ment of those bread vendors, and
was expressed regarding the England I am in a position to ed to the organs of the constituent cede the attainment of full Dom- cannot be certainly foreseen. The | hope that the authorities have
truth of the statement that the state that you can buy States. This is the opposite princi- inion status, and in the inter- committee, however argues with seen it and that they will do alli
rate of freight on sugar from Bar- Clothes—any amount, sweets, ple to that adopted by Canada in mediate phase the powers of ‘the some force that the combination in their power to make an adjusv-
bados_ to the U.K. had been sugar, soap, (ration sufficient), 1867 (under the influence of a Federal Government would be of the islands into a larger ment.
reduced while outward freight chickens—no permit required to reaction against the United States limited not only by the rights economic unit will help them to I am surprised to know that the
rates had increased The rates of keep plenty outs the Constitution provoked by its of the units but by those iuektoee attain collective self-sufficiency, Commission for selling bread and
freight on sugar to the U.K., large try). Paint troubles in the then recent civil to the Governor-General ‘acting and that federation, which makes Cakes is still the same as it was
cco “ ae F sont the } re is necessary to buy in war) In Canada the limited on instructiogs from the Gov “n- a larger political unit, is a power: 10 years ago, when the cost of
; Re ali Barhod ng woe moderate qu Terma, vis coe is vid of the provinces ment of the “United Kingdom ful engine in promoting economic ae oe a to - an ex-
‘ 1 refining ar are as fol- 5 Se ee ean ° Roe ene owe! be longs to The report faces what has not combination. Thus federal in- | at, ne egg BNGOT has |
Vatlonalised Banks? Federal Government. Follow- been faced by some West Indian dependence is the remote goal, Pointed out that the hiring of an |
ve eee ed To The Editor, The Advocat ne uselian general pattern, federalists, the reason why this dependent federation the longest assistant and crediting have to
MH ' , d te, I scheme advocated by the tutelage through the Governor- step on the way.” come out of his commission, yet
1950-—-56/3 per tor SIR,—Lord Listowel has had Closer Association Committee General is nécessary. No nation i READER the management claims they work
The I r ( I | ce. Thi: what the res makes a division of powers on has a right to independence aii od * for a gvod salary He has also
freight been report ( in’ passing printed a map rather similar lines, though in it can pay its own way in the Bread stated how some of them work
7 I ‘ he hav West Indies whi h h wed W 1 : it seems to give the world c ee To The Editor, The Advocate, ox tne a an re = wank
‘ nly) had c G ent greater It is of anal SIR The tte Hii ; ; midays all t are ugh the rain anc
( id l h t \ustralia, For that the a ; a ty age ome § in ¢ One has told me that there |
I ent tak t ied should re aoe rr a . - a i ms ompensation for vyhem wher
” tre ‘ est t A
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Gonged

NO longer am I in a po
blame Mr 3evin over
Burma folly. Not since my
to the Golden Pagoda this m«
hat proved to me that I am jt

|as bad as he is,

I had just stepped out
foot, as the law
the

ition ¢

marble and gold courtyard

| Chere, praying at the shrine of
man.
| He was a peasant judge by his
| dress, probably from one of the

| Luddha, kne't an old, old

rebel-occupied villages outside
| Rangoon.

Above him, sheer and im-
| mediate, spiralled the massive,
twisting tower of the Pagoda

into the blue sky.
The old man on his knees held
; out his hands to the shrine, clasp-
ing in them a bunch of crimson
carnations, a votive offering to his
God. He began to chant in a high-
pitched old man’s voice.
“What is he saying’? I asked a
friend who speaks Burmese. “He
| is praying for peace,” he said, and
| translated the prayer for me.

“Enlightened One,” the old man
| was chanting, ‘Lord of the Thirty-
|one Worlds, Master of the Four
| Truths, Attainer of the Nirvana,
| Most Glorious Lord Buddha, I
}and all those of my village who
| have sent me—beseech Thee: bring

' peace once more and order and
obedience of law to our stricken
| land.”

And then it happened. Sud-
denly a loud clang interrupted
the old man’s prayer. I looked
round

In a corner beside a glass case

filled with rupee notes a gloomy
young man was wielding a gong.
He clanged the gong again, staring
|}at me malevolently

Three times more he clanged
his gong, each time more loudly
and angrily. “He’s gonging you,”
said my friend “You must put

something in his money box.”
Dragon's Yawn

OBEDIENTLY I slipped a rupee
through the slit in the box, suit-
| ably enough got up in the image
of a yawning dragon.

A rupee, however,

was not

enough. The gloomy young man
did not utter a word, but loudly
clanged the gong again until I
parted up with some more

It was the same at other shrines
By the time I left I had paid out
six rupees. And not a word of
thanks did I receive, just clang
and glares asking for more

As I drove away I realised I
had no right to criticise Mr. Bevin

any more. I had succumbed
the same treatment. I had been
gonged for cash, and I had paid
up.

The parallel went even further
|Had I bought a packet of .gold
leaf at one of the on the
|stairway and presented that, I
|should have had the

stalls

satisfaction
jof knowing that my money was
| being used to preserve the golden



his latest
visit

— bare-
demands—from
shadows of the long, covered
| Stairway into the dazzling, sunlit,

climbing high, golden and smooth,



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Pagoda

ity Sefton Delmer

beauty of the Pagoda.

But, like Mr. Bevin, I had
offered my cash “without strings.’
I had attached no conditions as
to how it was to be used, stipu-
lated for no services to be render-
ed in return.

The only difference between us
is that where I gave six of my
own rupees, Mr. Bevin is offering
the Burmese Government
£3,750,000 of your money and my
money.

The £3,750,000 is the United
Kingdom taxpayers’ contribution
to the £6,000,000 Commonwealih
loan which Mr. Bevin at the
Colombo conference persuaded the
Dominions to join him in offering
3urma.

How we did it I cannot con-
ceive. For Burma’s Socialist-led
Government have:—

1 Repudiated all community of
interest with the Commonwealth;

2 Expropriated a number of

British firms, and sabotages and
obstructs the trade of those British
and Indians remaining in the

country;

Where The Rupees
Will be
Disappearing



3 Expelled from its civil service
all but a handful of the trainea

Burmese and Indian officials who} cet out by
had served in the highly efficient) ,nq ,
Burmese civil service under the} Medical Advisers to the D
British (and thus reduced the Ad- |
ministration to an incredible level |

of incompetence and corruption);

4 Refused to join in any kina|

of defence pact against Com-

munist penetration of Asia;

5 Directed its main military |
effort to fighting the anti-Com-/ Satu:
and pro-British Karen| Secretary of State.

munist
tribes, while leaving the Com-
munist bands unscathed;

The Golden Unification Of Public

6 In its newspapers constantly |

abused the British and Americans | ~
while |

as imperialist oppressors
saluting Soviet Russia and Com-
munist China as champions of the
democratic anti-imperialist move-
ment of national liberation.

Their Trust

THE argument in ravour of the

Services Report (Conca)

We agree with the view that duties should be
the Secretary of State for the Colonies,

we recommend that the Agricultural and

responsibility by the Secretary of State.
same considerations arise in the case of civil avia-
‘ion, and we recommend that the advice of the
Director-General of Civil Aviation should be made
available to the Commission when promotions in
that service are under consideration, and that his
status in the matter should be defined by the
In making these proposals
regarding advisers, we are not suggesting that
they should constitute the sole source of assistance
to the Commission. The fact that the Colonial
Development and Welfare Organization may not
ontinue indefinitely, and that occasion may arise
vhen a newly appointed adviser has no more
knowledge of the relative merits of officers than
the members of the Commission themselves, Would
vitiate any such suggestion. In the case of these,
as of other services, it will be for the Commission
to seek authoritative advice where they can find
it, but so long as the services of Medical and
Agricultural Advisers and the Director-General of

loan is that by saving the Burmese Civil Aviation are available, it would clearly be

Government from distress cause« | g

partly by war devastation, bul
mainly by civil disorder and its
own inability to administer the
country, we shall prevent economic
misery from driving the Burmese
into the hands of the Communists

We shall earn the gratitude o
the Burmese leaders, turn thei:
present suspicion into friendly
trust.

They will follow our advice anc
in no time at all the country wil
once more have the prosperity
which it had under the Britist
and which its rich resources de-
serves.

From what I have seen an
heard here during my stay it
Rangoon, I am convinced that
this view is false. The Burmese
have no sense of gratitude for
the loan. They think it is due tc
their cleverness in playing off the

waste of expert knowledge if the Commission
were not in a position to seek their help.

RESPONSIBILITY
The administrative service, in view of its un-
specialised character, clearly does not lend itself
to the appointment of an adviser, and the respon-

sibility for acquiring such information as will
enable the Commission to assess the merits of

candidates for promoticn should, in our view, fall

in the main on the establishment members of the
Commission, whose appointment we recomended

earlier. That responsibility should extend to those

services—forests, police, postal, and prisons — in

which, owing to the small number of scheduled

posts, promotions will be of infrequent occurrence.
It would be of great help to the establishment
member of the Commission if the Heads of these
departments, and indeed of all departments that
may be unified, were to hold periodic meetings
for the discussion of their respective problems,
which he could attend for the purpose of gleaning
information on questions of personnel.
as the legal and judicial services are concerned,
it would be for the Commission to seek the advice |
of the Governors, Chief Justices, and Attorneys-

In so far

N \ evelopment and Welfare
Organization should be charged with the necessary |

The |

|







cour eee re General of the several colonies
But above all the situation here FUNCTIONS |
reminds me too much of that| _We pass now to the functions of the Public Ser-
which I found in Chiang Kai-shek | Vice Commission. In so far as the unified services
China in the autumn of 1948. are concerned, we have nothing to add to what
Just as America sent millions| the Secretary of State has to say in his draft
of dollars to China. so Britain despatch and what we have already said in the
has been putting ‘millions of preceding paragraphs, beyond calling attention to
5a es blic and private the recommendations in paragraphs 139 and 140
pounds irom pu ae on the preparation of schemes of training. But
funds into Burma. One oil com=}as we see it, the task of the Commission need
pany alone has spent £9,000,000 ! not, and indeed should not, be confined to the
in rehabilitation. } exercise of those functions. We have mentioned |
louths of the— As in China, most of the money} earlier the possibility of the establishment of a
Irrawaddy has been sucked into the swamp] federal Government and of certain services being
noovaests of Asiatic incompetence and cor-| placed on a federal basis. If and when that
ruption. occurs, various questions will arise, such as the
| establishment of officers required to man the new
Back To Anarchy regional department, the qualifications for future
BURMA, in fact, is back to the} entrants to it, and promotions within it. These

THE
driven recently out of towns and
villages near Toungoo, on the road

Karen guerrillas were

to Mandalay. The Burma
Government, cockahoop, forgot
that it is the nature of guerrillas
to evacuate so that they may later
fall upon the extended lines of
communication of their advancing
enemy ,...-

The Government, says Delmer,
bas neither the trdops nor the
administration to hold the road
to Mandalay should it succeed in
opening it up.





From Words To









THE battle of the estimates fo
1950 1 continued vher the
House f Assemb met agair
last Monday, an thing were

me of the comment voiced
under the Head f Control and
Subsidie the Px Office ind
the v( of tl Architect and
Town Planning Officer. Dissatis
faction over what Mr Keith

| Waleott described as economic
slavery—the attitude and _ polic)
of the British Government to-
wards the West Indies—is ram-
pant, and is resulting in membe1
regarding — the future of the
olony with grave misgivings
| Che situation, cleariy and con
cisely outlined by the former
| Attorney-General, is certainly not
}one which inspires confidence
Barbados, it is true, has self gov
ernment, but it is equally true
that just what that Government
|may do and may not do depends
} entirely on the whims and wishes
‘of the Colonial Office “Those
| brilliant shopkeepers’ quipped
| Mr Walcott who made Eng
j land great—and are now making
| her i¢ Breat are 1 posing on
u M Walec remarks did
11 i fave with his name
| n the opposite side of the
| t wh ecused him of making
| gibes’ but just what
these “gibes” consisted of was not
| clarified Mr Keith Walcott
| made it clear that he sympathized
|} With the members of the Execu
| tive who are obliged to follow
the only road open to them in
j} matters of trade, but he did not
minimize the pitfalls to whict
that road may lead. “The United
States and Canada”, said he,
“will barter with us—England
never, and if she falls into bank



ruptey, she will pull us down with
her!” The situation is hardly an













Hy Lee Wade

encouraging one. As Mr. Allder

ited later, the confidence of the
people of the West Indies has
been badly shaken by recent
actions of the U.K. government,
and I think Mr. Crawford sum-
med up the general attitude of
most members towards that off-
spring of war, the Control Board,
when he described it as “an

instrument to protect some 50,000
United Kingdom manufacturers
in the West Indies” and a means
of “registering what is in supply
in the United Kingdom”. I have
little doubt, from remarks I have
heard round and about Bridge-
town, that many local merchants
would describe the said Board in
tcrms a great deal less flowery
I know one or two who have
something close to an epileptic
fit whenever they hear the very
words “Control Board”. Several
members stressed the fact that
trade with Canada was now
practically at a_ standstill—and
deplored the reasons which made
it necessary to purchase only from



WHAT’S ON TODAY

Court of Grand
10.00 a.m.

Athletic Sports, Harrison
College at 1.30 p.m.

Mobile Cinema, Ashbury
Plantation Yard, St.
George at 7.30 p.m.

Football at Queen’s Park at
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Police Band at Hastings
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anarchy which reigned before the
British came in a hundred years
ago. As in China, too, the burden
of the Government’s incompeténce

and corruption and bandit op-
pression fall heaviest on the*
peasants. }

Burma’s Socialist Government}

insist on handling all rice exports.
It depends for its revenue on the
vast margin between the price it}
pays the growers and millers and
the price it gets for the rice from
the British Ministry of Food.
London Express Service.



Pillows |}:

the sterling area despite the more
attractive prices in the lands of
the dollar. Sad, but undeniably
true, were the references mac
by Mr. Keith Walcott to Brit's!
workmanship—once notorious fo1
its superb excellence, now, in far
too many cases—‘“rotten”! High
prices, Unsatisfactory merchan
dise, long delays in shipping
When all, or nearly all, could b
obtained in half the time and at
lower prices from the dollar area
—it is little wonder that mem-
bers, and the general public, aré
becoming more and more indig
nant with this high-handed atti
tude

Colour again
when Mi F

to “a fight

reared its head
Walcott referred
against local whit
supremacy”, and seriminatior
against ability matter of
colour”. I ean regard it a:

on a
only

regrettable that this sort of thin;
has to be a'red on the floor of
the House. I am not suggesting
that Mr. Walcott had, or did not
have, justifications for his feelings
but how much better it would be
if members, all members, in

matters concerning the welfare of
the colony, forgot about colour of
the skin. Said Mr. Keith Walcott
“Bajans first—colour last”. A wis«
sentiment

Two Pillows

|



The matter of the police cots, |
the upkeep of which is to cost
$1,000, was brought up by Di

Cummins The police this year
are to receive two pillows in place
of one! To be frank, I am not sure
whether Dr. Cummins meant two
pillows, two pillow cases, or both

He explained how each cot cost |

$18.04 Here again I failed to
obtain details as to how this figure
was arrived at, due to loud noises
from the streets rendering the
explanation quite inaudible.










ance of

|
|

are again reminded of the necess
be known to the Editor

eral

civil

“services



are matters which call for wide experience in
establishment
ledge of educational standards, and clearly can-
not be left to the sole arbitrament of the Head |
of the federalized department.
of internal promotions, something more is requir-

matters and for an expert know-

Even in the matter

ed than the advice of the Head of the department.

Promotions so made are unsatisfactory from. every

point of view—from the point of view of the Head

himself, on whom it places too heavy a burden of
; Tesponsibility, from the point of view of the gen- |
to expect that |

public, who have a _ right
advancement in the service which, as taxpayers,
they finance goes to those most deserving of
advancement, and from the point of view of the
servants themselves, whose professional
future should not be dependent on the ipse dixit
of a single individual.
ADVISING

consider therefore that, in the case of a
deralized service, the Public Service Commission

should be charged with the responsibility of advis- |
, “ : |
ing the federal Government on the establishment

of the Department and the means of dovetailing
existing personnel into it, on the
reauired of new entrants to the various grades,
and on promotions within the Department. There
is no need to emphasise the fact that the Head

of the Department must be closely associated with |



all these tasks: the means
for securing this are referred

the Commission in
which we propose
to in paragraph 152.

TRAINING

Another of the Commission’s concerns will be
the matter of training of officers in the unified
services to fit them for higher responsibilities. In
paragraphs 50 to 55, we have touched briefly on

this question in respect of the cadet class of the
idministrative service. Similarly, it is not within
competence to formulate or to suggest any
schemes of training for other officers.

oul
particular
These
experts
fact that the general efficiency and proper balance
of all the unified services will depend to an im-
portant degree on the training afforded to junior
officers. We believe that the Commission, work-
ing in conjunction with the Development and Wel-
fare Organization, will have at its disposal
necessary knowledge and experience to enable it
sist the colonies to formulate and to carry

to as

nut co-ordinated programmes of training, and to |
select officers for any special courses or scholar- |

for which funds may be forthcoming.
FACILITIES

The Commission will be concerned not only with
facilities for the training of officers already in
scheduled posts in the unified services, but also.
indirectly, of officers who are in the field of pro-
motion to such posts. To the extent that the uni-
fied services are filled by promotion, their effi-
ciency will depend on the calibre of those who
obtain promotion, and this calibre will depend in
large measure on the training which the officers
are criginally given. Here also we believe that
the colonies will derive benefit from the Commis-
advice. On this general question, we need
add that if all the higher grades of the
are in the course of time to be manned
by people of local descent, the question of train-
ing officers with this end in view is one of the
highest importance. :
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a flour m
of Assem
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$9,749.713 5
year, 1950--51.

> a

In The House
Yesterday

NN the House of Assembly
yesterday Dr. H. G. Cum-
“jaid the following:—

met

i Scott of the Department ot
sf es and Transport for the
- 48-49.
Te ecivil Establishment (Gen-
eral) (Amendment) No. 4 Order,
; x following Notices were
ger:

Dr. : Resolution to ap-

‘ve the Order entitled ‘The
Pv th : ( ;
(amenament) No. 4 Order, 1990,
made by the Governor-in-
Executive Committee on the 2nd
day of March, 1950, under the
provisions of the Civil Establish-
ment Act, 1949.

Resolution to grant the sum
of $628,309 from the Public
Treasury (to be subsequently
refunded from Loan Funds)
and to be placed at the disposal
of the Governor-in-Executive
Committee to meet expenditure
incurred to the 31st March, 1951.
on the Capital Works included
in the Estimates 1950-51, Part
— Capital, Head I, Items 1
to 11, Head II, Head IV, Items
} to 4, in excess of the sum of
$100,000 made available “under
Head XLIV of the Estimates

-51, Part I.
ns later dealt with and

—@ pr. Cummins: Bill to granta ;

of

. of money out of the Public
Treasury and to appropriate
| the same for the service of the

year ending on the 31st day of
) March, 1957.
| This was also dealt with and
passed.
Mr. W. A. Crawford tabled a ques-
tion relative to the artisans em-
| ployed at Seawell runway and
another relative to the prices
| paid peasant proprietors aad
) small cultivators generally with
| regard to the price paid for the
1948 and 1949 cane crops.
The House passed the follow-
ing:—
The Amendments of the Legis-
lative Council to two Bills to

amend the Vestries Act 1911

(1911-5).

A Resolution for $88,684 to
Supplement the 1949-50 Es-
timates, Part I, Current,
shown in the

Estimates 1949-50, No. 32, which
form the schedule to the Reso-
lution.

' A Resolution for $456 to sup-
| plement the 1949-50 Estimates,
| Part II, Capital, as shown in

the Supplementary Estimates
1949-50, No. 33, which form the
Schedule to the Resolution.

A Resolution to approve the
Regulations made by the Gov-
ermnor-in-Executive Committee
under the provisions of section
22 of the Volunteer Act, 1909.

Bill to continue various ex-!
piring laws.

Resolution to approve the

(Order entitled “The Civil Estab-
lishment (General) (Amend-
ment) No. 2 Order, 1950” made

the Governor-in-Executive

ittee on the 13th day of

February, 1950, under the pro-

visions of section 3 of the Civil!
Establishment Act, 1949.

The House adjourned to Tues-!

He “ay next at 3.00 p.m.

as
Supplementary



ee

‘Queries Pay For
Seawell Workers

WwW. A. Crawford at yester-
Meeting of the House laid
jon relative to artisans
ed at Seawell runway.
e question reads: —
ot z 4 fact that the majority
; € artisans employed on the
Construction of the new Seawell
aha are paid at the minimum
me of the lower scale
on has been fixed as remun-
” for this type of worker,
ely 25 cents per hour—the
© scales being 25—29 cents,
38 cents per hour?

ta fact that employees who,
hally, are paid fortnightly,
upon to work ten
ou day, sixty hours a week,
re ho extra pay for overtime?
view of the fact that. the
sumber of local workers
MPLOY ed on this million-dollar
eect §=6including artisans,
men, unskilled labour, elec-
and chauffeurs, is up to
» Sly 88, will the Govern-
mtake immediate steps to
at wages and conditions

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me Government cause to
on the table of the House,

SPY of the contract under
this work

BG. Delegation
Coming Sunday
FOR RICE TALKS

Barbados

a, Fons Correspondent)
A ie AIN, March 23,
Britis, Gai. 2" delegation from
E Boar, eee S Rice Marketing
re ived here this after-
Contrs| ic upenday talks with the |
© disoyc. . ‘Mports and Exports
A With itters in connection
> Wit & term rice contract
ia Bric reference to rice
| Ving. Deoroop Mahraj
me ketin, ! the Rice Mar
M H P Bayley,
D ard and R. E
Tr .) ative on the Board
Sang “sation is leaving on
Barbadiis to hold

fa V0 ; With the Barbados



~——*' Mr. Crawford said that he had

is being execut- | . qirect subsidy or indirect

1950

ees iene
HOUSE PASS $8,000,000 | Tree
APPROPRIA TIONS BILL ‘cal Craftsmen

Government should take steps t
ill for the production of flour locally, as t a |
bly yesterday conside y, as the House
This bill gives effect to the passing of t
as contained in the Estimates for the financial

peated his suggestion
0 establish if possible

red and passed the Appropri-

he sum of

some information

$a od
Government, © Bive to the

overt which he di

think it would be ineposeattase ty
give at that stage. He saw from
Schedule A of the Bill that the
total amount for the next financiaj
year under subsidies and controls
was $184,004. Out of that amount
they were going to spend $673,733
on the subsidisation of flour and
balanced animal feed, more than
half of the total amount to be
spent under that Head.

He felt that the time had com>
when the Government should
seriously reconsider the question
of finding out whether it was
possible to achieve the desired
end of keeping the cost of the
commodities now subsidised at a
reasonable level without possibly
having to afford a direct subsidy
of the commodities,

f Animal Feed

se was speaking, said .
Crawford, with particular mee
ence to the question of flour and
balanced animal feed. Both of
these items were imported, flour
especially from the hard currency
areas, and he flet that every effort
should be made to manufacture
locally flour from imported wheat.

As he had said about a week
or two ago, Mr. Heesterman,

Consultant for Industrial

Development to the Caribbean

Commission had, before a recent

Livestock Conference held in

Trinidad, read a paper on the

manufacture of flour in the

British Caribbean Area from

imported wheat.

On July 12 last year, Mr, Craw- |
ford said, he had given notice of
a question to the Government
asking if in view of the appreci-
ably high cost of imported
wheaten flour, Government would
take steps to investigate the prac-
ti¢ability of manufacturing flour
locally from imported wheat, giv- |

ing due consideration to the}
following factors:— |
(a) the advantage concomitant

upon the establishment of 1
new industry,

the desirability of being able
to make available locally |
different grades of super |
quality, including whole |
wheaten, flour.,

the opportunity provided of
obtaining a highly nutritious
additional ingredient for the
product known as Balanced
feed.

The reply from the Government

(b)

~

(ce

\the

Has Plan For

From Page 1
It could not

. ree ssid, that the American
market was a seasonal one and if
| Something was required for it thea
jit must be on time.

They hoped to find artisans all
Over the island and furniture
would be made as piece work
while Mr. Victor Goddard’s factory
in the City would be available as
the central depot.

Handicrafts would become the
responsibility of Mr. Maurice
Cave. Mr. Tree would be responsi-
ble for designs.

It would be impossible for this
to succeed if the Gov-

2 ee not grant remission

on as was done in
coo i = Fs ageing when
us! >

; les are estab

|
|

Graduated tax remission over
jthe first five years was indispens-
able to success. “We were dis-

Legislative Council should have
rejected a resolution for the ex-
pansion of the pottery industry.
“We ‘had hoped to utilise a poten-
tial market for this product in the
U.S.A.”

Disappointment
_ The “Italians were importing
jinto the U.S.A., a large amount
of pottery vases and other orna-
ments but there were in no way
Satisfying the large demand there
was in the United States.

Great disappointment had been
felt at the action of the Legisla-
tive Council since they had hoped
to send samples of the locally
made terra cotta vases and orna-
ments as samples to the U.S.A.,
under the proposed scheme.

In New York there are two}
British Wholesale Houses. One
Hambro's,

The other Timco’s was started
after the last war by Mr. T.
Howkins, an Englishman.

Yhey both work very closely
with the U.K. Trade Officers and
British Colonial Attache |
attached to Washington. They
have both expressed their
willingness to co-operate.

Mr. Tree return to the United
States on Tuesday.



is

|
\

Supplementary —
Resolution
Approved

The House of Assembly yester-
day passed a supplementary Reso-
lution to the 1949—50 estimates
for $88,684.

Dr. H. G. Cummins (L) moved
the passing of the Resolution. He
Said that it was necessary because
certain monies were due to the



was to the effect that they had
considered the question of the
establishment of a flour mill and
had been advised that it would
not be a practicable economic pro-
position,

The information that he
received from Trinidad was entire~
ly different from that which the
Government had been given, Mr.
Crawford said . Mr, Heesterman
claimed that it would be quit
economical for any British Carib-
bean colony to establish a flour
mill to produce up to 50,000 kilo-
grams a day, which was a little
over 100,000 Ibs.

Economical

uch a mill was envisaged as
working 24 hours a day for 250
to 300 days a year. Mr. Heester-
man had also said that such 4
plant on the continent were
slightly more economical.

The latter, however, would not
enjoy the benefits which a_ local
industry would have, Those bene-
fits, especially the differences ‘n
freight between grain and wheat,
the availability locally of bran for
sale and the fact that, the milling
profits would remain in the terri-
tory would even lead to the cou-
clusion that especially for the
territories with lower total con-
sumption, a mill for a production
of 10,000 kilograms or 20,000 Ibs
per day of 24 hours would be quiie

¢ mical.
ae Crawford said that the

island’s yearly consumption of

flour was 224,000 half bags--|yeasonable sum provided and he| Widow and

92.400,000 Ibs, so that the larger
ea of 50,000 kilograins
would be an adequate supply
for the island's needs.
Less Freight
Even if they manufactured the
10,000 kilograms which would be
one fifth of the annual CHORE
tion, such manufacture could still
be economical according to Mr.
Heesterman. Mr. Heesterman
, would see from W he
acted, ciainned that the an
rate on grain shipped in bul
would be less than the rate #On
wheat flour shipped in bags. iat
Mr. Heesterman in his paper oh
said that one of the reasons =
he had brought the matter up

x at a
, Conference was tha ;
—~— as indicated above

velopment i
tg toa considerable local
production of bran, a pr aC
valuable for feeding dairy ca
one Cravens reminded 7

é 8 1 subsidy
House that the annua a

E anima
bewT9.00 so that it would be —
that by manufactur ~ =
locally they wane oe - ee

irds with one § . 2
eebhasls could not be laid ——
question.
| tion to the local industry it “ee
be better than giving it ? _
eign industry, and then t tlle
the added advantage of _—
unemployment to some ex a

He hoped that the es ce
would pursue the matter _—_
with the express Seer . — es
lish such an indus y et elie





all possible, at the ear
oathe House then went hey
| csopamaine on the Bill where

" a ed.
its sections were read and pass

Ch. Ch. Vestry
Did Not Meet

of the Vestry of



THE meeting
st C



vas not held because there



vas no quorum as mean

Present were Mr. 1% at :
Ward, Mr G. C. Ward, Mr. 5. °
Tirayton, Mr. C il Mi ee
Viebster and Hon Gittens,

arT.c
VT. Li.

hat he had |

ch scheduled for yes- |

Crown Agents and that a portion
of the sum was also required to
meet accounts which had been in-
curred locally.

Mr. M, E. Cox (L) seconded the |
motion.

Mr. W. A. Crawford (C)
referred to item 29 of the Resolu-
tion—Miscellaneous Services. He
said that so far the Legislature
had not been asked to vote any
reasonable sum of money in con-
nection with the entertainment of
H.R.H. Princess Alice and the
Earl of Athlone.

His attitude on these matters
was well-known, but in this par-
ticular instance he did not think
it could be fair to place all the
burden of the entertainment on
the officer administering the Gov-
ernment.

Extraordinary

In the ordinary course of events
such things were adequately pro-
vided for, but this entertainment
was an extraordinary one taking
into consideration the various par-
ties that were held. It must have
entailed some outstanding expen-
diture and he felt it might not be
inappropriate if they gave an in-
dication to the Governor that they
were quite willing to vote a mod-
erate sum of money to assist him



jin defraying the expenses that

had been incurred,

Mr. E. D. Mottley said that he
was prepared to support the sug- |
gestion very strongly. He believed
he was correct in saying that they |
on that side of the table (the Op- |
position) were willing to see a

| regretted it was not done before.
He was saying this because he felt
that at the start the Governor had
had a very heavy drain on his
entertainment allowance.

Buyoad-=linded
This officer seemed to have been
very broad in his views as regards !

| the invitees. He had invited the |



of colour and other
| people, very unlike the start of
j Sir Grattan Bushe who on an oc-
; casion when he had an entertain-
|}ment for some high-ranking |
officers from H.M. Ships, did not
include in his invitation list any-
| more than three people of colour.
The Resolution was passed,





Commissioners
Discuss Market

DISCUSSIONS which would

decide whether a District Market }

would be set up at Eagle Hall
Road, were yesterday postponed
by the Sanitary Commissioners
of St. Michael, pending a report
from the solicitors who are seek-
ing to acquire the land. The
Commissioners were considering
what further steps should be
taken to complete the recommen-
dations of the Committee which
was appointed to look into the
question.

Mr. Kidney told members that
he had been informed since they
had last discussed the matter,
that Mrs. Hanschell was not very
j keen on selling the land which
| was recommended as suitable for
| the erection of the market.

Mr. Mottley said that he was
the last person to suggest that
they should take away anybody’s

property, but it was not possible |

}for them to put the market any
}other place. When the matter
j had been last discussed with Mrs.
| Hanscheli she had made it clear
| that she was not very eager to
sell the land, but i
}to that point, she s )
less than the





have taken no
specific sum she had then n
tioned. It was considered a rea
sonable price at the time

They had gone around and laid
, @ On Page +

be over-emphasised, |

appointed,” said Mr. Tree that the }8N accident in

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



38 Acres Of
| Canes Burnt

of
out

FIRE
broke

origin
Belle

unknown
at the

| Plantation, St. Michael, about one}

o'clock yesterday morning.
Thirty-eight acres of ripe
iyoung canes were burnt
HE PUSH CART No/1972
owned by Reginala Walker ot
| Bush Hall was damaged when it
was involved in an acciaent on
‘Fairchild Street with the motor
lorry M-814 owned by M. L. Har-

and



rison of Fontabelle and drvien by;

{Carlton Hinkson of Beckles Koaa
ion Wednesday about 10.15 p.m.

HE TWO lorries A-56 owned

by Turner Hall Plantation,
St. Andrew, and driven by Deane
Prescod and S-21, owned by
Blowers Plantation, St. James, ana
j driven by Austin Boyce of Orange
Hill, St. James were involved in

Redman Village,
St. Thomas, about 10 a.m. on
Wednesday.

The right front fenders and
radiators of both lorries were
damaged.

ABBAGES, eschaluc, dried

peas, tomatoes, vegetables,

tamarinds and fresh fruit in fair
quantities were landed here yes-
terday by the 100-ton motor vessel

“Caribbee” which arrived from
Dominica.
The “Caribbee” also brought

copra, cocoanuts, shoes and hand-
craft.

Also arriving from Dominica
was the schooner “Molly N. Jones”
(37-tons net) with a cargo of
copra, cocoanuts, limes, cocoa
beans and fresh fruit.

The 44-ton schooner “Belqueen”
called from St. Vincent. Its
cargo included copra, arrowroof,
pumpkins and peanuts.

Messrs. Schooner Owners’
Association are local agents of the
“Belqueen” and “Caribbee” while
the “Molly N. Jones’ is consigned
to Mr. D. L. Johnson.

FINE of £2 to be paid in two

months or in default one
month’s imprisonment was im-
posed on Rudolf Prescod of Brit-
tons Hill yesterday by His Worship
Mr. E. A. McLeod.

He was found guilty of driving
the car M-936 on Brittons Road
without reasonable consideration
for persons using the same road
on February 5

— NEED for

aquatics in Barbados” will

organisea

| be the subject of a Round Table

discussion led by Mr. O. S. Cop-
pin at 8.15 tonight at the Y.M.C.A.

All members and friends are
invited to attend and take part in
the discussion.

HE .Cake Sale this morning at i





Postman Acquitted

Of Larceny Charge

FORTY-YEAR-OLD Evans

Carlisle Dowding, a Postman

attached to the St. Lucy Post Office, was acquitted by an
Assize Jury at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday of

stealing a registered packet,

No. 39261, the property of the

Colonial Postmaster, Mr. H. N. Armstrong.

His Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor,
Acting Chief Justice, presided. Mr.
W. W. Reece, K.C., Solicivor Gen-
eral, prosecuted on behalf of the
Crown. Dowding was represented
by Mr. D. H. L. Ward.

After hearing the decision of
the jury His Honour said, “I can+
not agree with your verdict.”

On resumption yesterday, Leatha
Rollock, convinuing her evidence,
examined the registered letter re-
ceipt. She said that she saw this
receipt at the Post Office buy the
handwriting on it was not hers.

A Cousin

Next witness, Etheline Griffith,
said thav she has a cousin named
Ridley Perch in New York. He id
also Leatha’s cousin.

On Tuesday, December 20, sha.

went to the Postmistress of St.
Lucy. Dowding was present when
Leatha asked if a letter had come
for her. Miss Sv. John looked uo
the file and told them if they had
any registered envel?Â¥es to bring
them in to her.

She and Leatha went home and
at the evening her son, Bervon
Griffith, brought her $387.18 and
two opened letters, One letter was
addressed to Leatha. She returned
vhe money to Dowding by her son.

Leatha could not go to Miss St.
John on account of illness, but on
the following morning she (Grif-
fith) took the envelopes to the
Posimistress.

Eventually Dowding’s daughter
returned the money but it was
now $2.00 short. She went to Dow-
ding and told him the money was
short and he gave her vhe $2.00.
He also told her to go to the Post-
mistress and ask her to allow her
(Griffith) and her cousin to divide
the money.

Griffith said vhat she next went
to Mr. Armstrong with the $37.18
and he advised her to take it to
the Postmistress, She did vhis and
was given a receipt.

She said that she knew Dowding
from a boy. He lived near her
home. He has been delivering her
letters for a long time.

To Mr. Ward: Dowding said
that his good friends had put vheir
hands in his letter bag and torn
open the letters. Dowding, on
many other occasions, brought me
letvers but I have never foune
anything wrong with the money.

A Son
Berton Griffith, son of Etheline
Griffith, a school teacher, said

‘hat he knew Dowding as a post-

T. R. Evans which begins at; man of the district.

9 am. is for a deserving

charity.
HE POLICE BAND under
Capt. C. E. Raison will hole
a Concert at Hastings Rocks;
Christ Church, to-night begin-
ning at 8 o'clock.

Obituary

E. H. CHASE

very



Mr. G.

THE death occurred at his resi-i
dence Betmar, Navy Gardens on
Sunday of Mr. G. E. H. Chase of
the firm of Messrs Manning & Co.,

Mr. Chase was in earlier years
a merchant of this city and carried/
on a baker’s establishment in Roe-|
buck Sireet, but later joined the;

staff of Manning's. Quiet, efficient}

and of a friendly disposition he
was popular with the entire staff
and although advancing years)
omewhat limited his activities he |
nevervheless took a keen interest}

On the evening of December 20
Dowding called him. He gave him
two opened letiers and $37.18. He
then said that he had heard the
report made by his mother and
Leatha Rollock and it was quive
true.

He then said that he had re-
ceived the letters and the same
evening he had stopped on his way
home at a shop. When he had re-
vurned for his bicycle, on which
the letter bag was hanging, he
found that the bag was broken
and the letters gone,

Dowding then asked him to take
vhe letters to Leatha Rollock and
bis mother and ask them to accept
them.

Dowding also told him that
after getting back the levters, he
was going to keep them until
Perch in New York wrote again
before taking them to her (Rol-
lock) and explaining what had
happened.

On vhe following morning his
mother gave the money to hin
and he returned it to Dowding
telling him that his mother did not

in public affairs. His knowledge of} know whether she could vake it

business trends in Bridgetown

made him an interesting conversa. |

tionalist. Failing health restricted

week ago he took a turn for the
worse. His funeral which took
place at the Westbury Cemetery

on Monday was largely attended
He leaves to mourn their loss a}
Mrs. |

one daughter
Williams of the Advocate Co, Ltd
to whom sincere condolence will
be extended





Mr. NOEL GOWDEY

THE death occurred at his resi-
dence Beaumount, Hastings yester-

cay morning of Mr, Noel Gowdey, ;

Manager of the Wharf Stores o!

as | Heads of departments irrespective | Messrs DaCosta & Co, Ltd. at the |
respectable | ;

ge of sixty-one.

Mr. Gowdey was the son of the
late Mr. W. W. Gowdey a forme!
Registrar of this island. He was
educated at Harrison College and
at the age of sixteen joined the
staff of Messrs DaCosta & Com-
;pany in 1905. Always quiet and
| efficient he did not remain in the
office very long before he was
| transferred as a junior to the late
Hallam Cole. In those days the re-
}lationships hetween the general
;run of wevkers and the clerical
| staff were not subjected to the
strain witnessed nowadays and
like his senior, Mr. Gowdey be-
came the friend of all. At the
} death of Mr. Cole he took charge
|of the store and to the time of his
unexpected death he
the most cordial relations with
}men in vhe most humble walks of
llife. It has not only the bon
| homie but the gentlemanliness in
the man which raised his decis-
|ions above controversy and made
| him respected by everyone who
'‘kpew him. Without rancour or
; any sign of unpleasantness he se-
|tled, as must inevitably arise, the

jminor disputes among his men
jand his decisions vere never}
| questioned

It was not only in the hurly
burly of work on the wharf thad
he was known and _ respected

|Sport in every form won his sup-
jport and interest and although
he was especially keen on racing
he was himself a good tennis play-
Here



er too he was highly re-
jspected as a true sportsman
He played life’s game too and
it mattered not to | whether
r lost ether he
ed the best traditions of
t He ‘ t ourn
thei t rother ne a doc-
t ther a scientist in
nada nd i ister to whom
eepest pathy will be ex-

ended

maintained |

| Dowding, however, kept it.
On the Thursday morning Dow-
ling’s daughter gave him $35.18

,;his work in recent years and @| He took it to his mother,

To Mr, Ward: Dowding said tha‘
| letvers were returned to him by
| the shopkeeper.

The Postmaster

Mr. H. N. Armstrong, Colonia
Postmaster, was next recalled b)
| Mr. Reece. He produced the let
ter addressed to Etheline Griffith
‘ne U.S.A, number of which was
| 42453 and the local number 36996

He also produced a list of reg
istered articles from the U.S.A
From this it was disclosed tha
the letter 42453 was received a
the G.P.O. on August 11 anc
sent to St. Lucy on August 12,

He then produced a list of
articles delivered in Sv. Lucy anc
pointed out that there was no let-
| ter on the list marked “returned”
| To Mr. Ward: The receipt slir
| has never been revurned. No re-
| port was made about this. If °;
| receipt is misplaced a duplicate
receipt should be obtained.

| The Postmistress |

| Miss St, vonn, 2 'etmistress of

St. John, recalled tha’ Dowting
was given letter 36996 on Augusi|
lie to deliver. He signed for the
jletter and a delivery receipt was |
| given to him. }
} On the same evening she wenv
on two weeks’ holiday. On De-!
cember 20 Etheline Griffith ang
Leatha Rollock came_to her, Dow-
| ding was present when they made
a complaint and he also heard
when I\told them toe bring vheir
| registered envelopes.

| She asked Dowding why he did
jaot make a report about the two
letters that were not delivered,
and he said that his mail bag was
| broken.

| In December
}revurned to hei







Etheline Griffith
with two envel-
opes and later brought the money
| Edwina O’Neil, who acted as
| Postmistress while Miss St. John
was on holiday, was also recalled,
She said that the receipt slips were
| delivered to the G.P.O. on August
| 17. One slip, No. 36996, was miss-
ing. She asked Dowding for this
slip and he said that he had
brought it in earlier.
Another Postman
Christopher Hinds, another St.
| Lucy portman and the last wiv-





| ness for the prosecution, said that
|Dewding worked on Crab hill
route. On December 20 Griffith

and Rollock came to the St. Lucy
Post Office and made a complain,
in his presence. Postman Johnson
was also present.

On the following afternoon he
| returned he asked Miss St, John

not to report the matter if the

two parties would make a settle-

ment and Miss St. John said that

she could not do this.

Mr. Ward next told His Honour
that Dowding was not calling any
witnesses on his behalf.

The Defence

Addressing the Jury, Mr. Ward
said that the Prosecution had
proved that the letter was deliver-
ect to Dowding and it was delayed,
but it submitted that it was for
them to discover whether Dowding
kept the letter for his own or
with intent to deprive the owner
permanently and put the contents
to his own us®..

He pointed out that Miss St.
John had told them that it was
breaking a rule for a posiman to
go into a shop, except he was go-
ing to deliver a ictter.

He said that after the letters
were taken from Dowding’s bag
while he was in the shop, Dow-
ding was afverwards afraid to re-
port the matter.

He submitted that Dowding was
waiting to see if another letter
would arrive for Rollock before
going vo explain what had hap-
pened to him.

He further submitted that Dow-
ding’s explanation was a reason-
able ope and asked them to re-
turn a verdict of “not guilty”

No Proof

Mr. Reece, in his address, svated
that Boxill had said that his mail
bag was robbed but this was only
a statement as the defence did not
present any proof of thav

His Honour, during his sum-
ming up, told the jury that if they
were satisfied that Boxill's mai!
bag was robbed while he was at
the shop, they should revurn s
verdict of “not guilty”, but if they
did not believe this story thev
should not hesitave in returning oa
verdict of “guilty”. He said that
this was the material point of the
case.

The jury after about 20 minuves'
deliberation returned their ver-
dict. The Court next adjourned
until 10,00 a.m, today,





Assize Diary

FRIDAY

Nos. 15, 16 and 17 Rex vs.
Lionel Green and
Reuben Green.

Talking Clock
VIENNA

The latest twisv in timepieces—
cuckoo clocks that call out your
name.

A firm in the Ameridan zone
of Austrie has come up with the
product, designed for the home or
for advertising in hotels and bars.

The firm said it was toying
with an advanced clock that might
recite sentences on the hour.

One example: “Time to go home,
Joe. The wife is waiving.”

—LN.S.

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PAGE FIVE



about two ounces of whiskey and
be -legally sober.

Many a Griver now is going to
think twice before he takes thav
third drink.—-LN.S.

‘The Influence

NEW YORK

A new series of chemical tests
have been devised which may save
many lives on American highways

Mr. Tree'returns to the United
which most drunk drivers man-
age to elude conviction.

Safety officials will attempt to
preseny objective proof that one
out of every five motorists in a
traffie accident is under the in-
fluence of alcohol.



=

’

25 YEARS AGO—Barbados Advo~+
cate, March 24, 1925

THE Governor, Sir Charles
O’Brien, underwent an operation
for appendicitis on Sunday. morn-
ing. The surgeons were Dr. -
nister, Hon, Dr. John Hutson, Dr,
Lionel Hutson and Hon. Dr. J. Re
Phillips.



The chemical tests reportedly
provide scientific proof of whether
or not a person has been drinking.
| The degree of invoxication also
can be accurately gauged.

Such tests will help cut down



the number of drivers who are
released because they have sober-
ed up.



to fall out and may sis¢ cause
and Heart Trouble. Amosan stops
Uieeding the first day, ends

and quickly tightens the teeth. ¢
guarantee. Amosan must: make co
gnouth well and save your teeth or
money back on return of e ack-
age. Get Amosan Com 7ory chemist

y. guar-
antee Protects

osan ;;: .
man can drink #* Pyorrhea—Trench Mouth

Traffic officers throughout the
country are being trained to use
vne tests.

Knowledge of these new tech-
niques should have a strong psy-
chological reaction on the driving
public.

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model 1942, new |
Dial 4588



One Morris ten,

good condition

pel Kadet (P.155) in
and |

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IN Pine Hill





3 fully ishec
: : ‘Y to October inctusive to
ved tenant Reasonable ‘
‘ -_ adie rent. Apply
b King C/o Alleyne Arthur & Co Ltd

22.3.50—5n







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edrooms, dining room, f
etc. Garage, servants mw
water. Dial 4278.
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room, dining room, three | yn
oc . »edrooms
antry, Kitchen, Servants’ room Ges
‘or Cooking, Electric Light, Water. Tel,
Dial 8245 18.3 60 In

OFFICE

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HAVEN
House
toilet
rooms

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with
bath,
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kitchen,

Marhill St. next to Ww B



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EXPERIENCED SALES GIRLS wit!

22.3.50—3n.| wood references, for Variety Sandal
—<—< |} Shoppe, Broad Street 23.3.50,—2n













tly overhaulec n HOUSEKEEPER -—Required capable and
order Fee eonable Apply to} experienced Housekeeper, full credential
n ngon, ¢/0 T. Sydney Kinch! required Cacrabank", Worthing. Tele-
a tations Lid. New Building. | phone 8148
Home 298. 18.3,50—2 0.-—3n
se Hockney. in xood condition, | MISCELLANEOUS
wee, The deal car for a pick
re Ty 9199 om ©
yres caghill, 2378 or 212% ONE SMALL HOUSD or flat for «
‘Apply A 4.3,50,—t.f.n.| Puefemably by sea. Not more thin
———mcees | bedrooms. Phone 8491 24.3. 50—3n
“ fodel, Known as
andard 1939 Mode
emer see G, Ward Des ap on
i! q 10-—b nn ’ 1
ae PUBLIC SALES
jard &HLP. 1948 Model Ex- | ——
y See tion, stew Battery, Dial 4611) .
a " 24.3.50—8n | AUCTION
i 14/6 Engine perfect, | By Instructions I will sell at Cable and
Te shabby $350: Ring | Wireless yard, St. Lawrence Gap, on
bm good, 5 24.3.50—-1n | Thursday next 30th Mareh, beginning at



























































| 1 o'clock, a collection of Short Pine
| Planks, old lumber everal block stones
. ICAL ja collection of Pine Tables suitable for
| displaying ample or making chool
SING MACHINE—(1) One Monroe! desk Some are 10 ft. long my 2 ft. wide
Miehine in working order. Con- / ral cupboard 7x5; chairs, boxes, (5)
C/o Da Costa’s Hardware gasolene drums Lawn Mowers, (1
Fields C, 21,3. 50—-3n | Lister Pump & Steel tank capacity 15
| Kallons and several items of interest
— } TERMS CASH
' (TURE } eee D'ARCY SCOTT
, SI
Beatie Wardrobe I have been instructed to sell by auc
: 1 On uesday xt the 28th March at
pans O74. o'clock on the a Tenan
_ | off St. Stephens Church k Rock
r| LANEOUS 1o newly built 20x12x9 House with
shed 20x9. Kitchen, toilet and pailings
COAT—Tweed medium weight, ¢ TERMS CASH
Suit 6 ft. slim build, Phone 82% D'ARCY SCOTT
2 0 24.3.50.—4n
abiieeithaiad \—_-_-—_—_——————_____________
WL—'‘Frapeda” with Gray Marine I have been instructed to sell on the
ry Engine. For further particulars | spot at King William Henry Street on
L O. C. Perkins Phone No Wednesday next 29th March at 2 o'clock,
3,.50-—68n One chattel building which consists of
as matintiegemnomnaprierdanin — | drawing and dining room (2) bedrooms,
ich concentrated vit hitchen and toilet Land rent $4.00
Ba ntcins B2. Price 74¢, Ib TERMS CASH
ble from all Grocers and Drug D'ARCY SCOTT
17.3, 50 Auctioneer
24.3.50.—4n
CABINETS Four Roneode ee
inets complete with Trays an { have been instructed by the Commis
| Never been used. Knight's Ltd ‘ if Police to sell at Central Statio
°.50—3n Monday next, 27th March at 2 o'clock
= 1) Royal Standard Typewriter, 1)
RITE ASPESTORS SHEE “A ! Barrow, (10) Wooden Chairs, (14)
Byerite Flat Sheets 4ft aft a wumber of Motor Van wheel
Â¥ Pipe 2 to 6 ft. bends and! Rims Size 600x16
E. Taylor Lid,, Coleridge Street A number of tubes 600x16
i100, 18.3.50-—8n A collection of Hub Caps and several
oe onainininpapetans nther items of interest
VANISE PIPES & FITINGS D'ARCY ScoTT
Linch, 1Â¥s, 14a, 2; 2%. 2 Govt. Auctioneer
: Auto Tyre Co., Trafalg 5 24.2 50. in
; 3806 16.3.50--t.f





















H TUBS—Four English Ba
r $100. teas 10% for cash sale
nes & Co., Ltd 12.3.50 t.f.n



WANISE SHEETS 1n 24 and

GL, Git. Gins. Bft, and 9ft, lengths
mid steel plates 1/16, 1/8 ‘4
d 3/8 in various sixes. Enquire

Tyre Company, Trafalgar Street
1.3.50-—-t f

RECORDS YOU WANTED
here and they're keen
aes and Bing records, Rhum
undo Ross, vocals by An
Mills Brothers etc
A. Barnes & Co
19.3.50—t, f.1

(9) LARGE CASUARINE TREES



ndon”, Black Rock, offers in
Accepted up to Monday 27th
Purchaser must dig up stumps
WM responsible for damage to walls
4 Y. Hu n,e No. 4
WI. Rum Refine Phone
50 in

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Coleridge St 4 50 r

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ASSOCIATION

q .
a rection of Council members




“= the election of five member
m the Council for the t
Will take place in the Lobby of

tive Council Chamber, Public
lt Saturday the 25th March,
Ween the hours of 10 a m, an

meet followin .
lowing Candic
Led

‘andi dates
a , FORDE
YH. BARKER
EH. COULSTON
Pm A. CLARKE
a & MORRIS
® LEWIS
C. SPRINGER
nee
SMITH
STUART
> CARTER has

have beer

mo
HPI

a

withdrawn.
22.3.50-

LICENCE NOTICE

Pplicatior of Sylvan Barker,
Rents ot License No, 465 of 1950
a aoa ae zs row nes in re
a Shingle bui “ at
Hindesbury Road st Michael tor
ad Liquar Léce
hop at Top Rock,
Dist A
of March, 1f
Dist. “A
BARKER,

se at



ar
ider
held at

con



mQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

ha. “9

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‘
. a Pence, 48 of 18
:
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UN

BY



DER THE IlVORY HAMMER

instructions received I will

sell

on Friday March 24th at 2 p.m. at Cour-

tesy
Damnged

Andres
House

dows,
Gents



pring
Dyre

Garage (1)
in Accident

1948 Vauxhall
Terms Cash

Car

VINCENT GRIFFITH,

Auctioneer

21.3.50—3n

UNDER THE SILVER”
HAMMER

ON TURSDAY, 28th by
O'Donnel, we
appointments at










Congolk ae
» Pot, Anthurium Lili





will ell



order of Mr

her

Villa Una





Howtings which includes Goc Dining

Table (seat 8) upright Chair ebourd,

China Cabir Omament Tables, 5 Piece

Morris Su Sette 2 Arm Chair 2
Rocker vil in Mahogan Some ery
rood Paintings; Elec. Table Lamps; Ver

; mood et of Zephyr Table Gla af
lece Tes, Bre fa sine €
Ware I ‘

or, Flat-Top Desk : , Ct
d Rockers all painted Crea Norgé
frigerntor in perfect working








s, Dressing Tables,
ted Cream: Mahog
& Deep Sleep
ing Table; Coal
engils, Good Waffle
Plants, some very

Raleigh Bicyele and
11.30 oclock

Sale

Simmonds Single Bedst



Terr



ends
ses etc, al



Single Bedstead

Beds,
Stove,
Iron, Doors,
good

Mahor
Kitehe
Wir
orchide
other items
s Cash



BRANCKER TROTMAN & CO.
Auctioneers.
ral alileaanieneineilienmaniuneeiien

REAL ESTATE



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spective




t

ise and shingles

of

Bus

noval consists of ee :
anc
South wall of ee ices foors and roof

wt

bullding

ry, drawing
rooms,

DWELLING HOUSE with 1,480 square

€ f land

Bridgetown

ituate at Spruce Street,

DWELLING HOUSE with 2,200 square

land situate a
Street, Bridgetown
A PARCEL OF
1,180 square feet
Street, Bridgetown
The above e the
Browne and

feet of

ituate



will
le
Street

1950 a
the two

James
3ist. March,
For inspection of
yned dwelling ho

tenant




VICTOR COT, River Road
50 sq. feet of land It he
snd dining
W.c. and Balh

one

and
posession

schools
Vacant

all the
fare

24,3.50,—4n
cee LAT,

t

LAND ¢

a

propertie
be
Public Competition at ov
Bridgeto

t

s, apply

room
i
with the roof covered with galvan-
It is within easy
Bridgetown

Wellington

ntaining
t Wellingtor

of Can
et up for
Office

n or



2 pm
above men
to the re

YEARWOOD & BOYCE,

Solicitor

tanding or
closed



bed
of

is built

reach
No



immumecdiat

D'ARCY SCOTT
Magazine

Lane

FOR SALE AND REMOVAL

The property

mbers, windows plates,

which forms
two storied

wall
the

sotern
nN of

Tende in writing will
the Secretary of the
24th March

full particulars



the
For
nd terrr

of

Broad

That part of the building
Jones & Swan, Lower
Store” which

is one storey in h ght
offered for Sale and t

to the said building but
the western

known @
Street



West

not th

part of the
be rece
idersigned



of conditions of S
tARDINER AUSTIN & co.,







H. D. BRK
Sec
S—Tn ————

IT’S
GOOD to iovk at
BETTER +
BEST &



nd



DOCTORS |
THREATEN |
STRIKE

LONDON





riou e threat

~ ry f doctors in

National Health Service

A ‘acing Health Minister
All family doctors i

n the Har-

row London h

area of
notice that
creased |}

hold their

ave given
inless their pay is in-
July they will with-
services, except for
necessary medical attention.

The British Medical Journal
Said that the ultimatum was voted
by a large majority of the Harrow

division of the British Medicai
Association

The res
We, +h

row are

yy

olution

members

said:

of the Har-
rov , are thoroughly dissat-
isfied with the low capitation fee
paid to general practitioners un-
Cer the National Health Service,
and we hereby give notice that
unless this is rectified by July
1950, direct action will be taken





by genera] practitioners in the
Harrow area to withhold our
contract, except for necessary

Services under the terms of our
medical attention.”

Copies of the resolution have
been sent to all other branches of

the British Medical Association
throughout Britain
Discontent among family doc-

tors over the capitation
about $2.50 per patient

fees
has been

growing for some time.
Numerous attempts have been

made by the profession’s leaders
to persuade Bevan to increase the
pool from which doctors are paid
but without succe

Particular concern is felt over
the plight of country doctors with
small lists of patients over
widely scattered area

Strike action threats from in-
dividual doctors have been pub-
lished in the British Medical Jour-
nal from time to time, and several



Ss.

froups of doctors have called on
the B.M.A., to adopt a sterner
attitude in their approaches to
Bevan,

The Harrow doctors’ § action,
however, is believed to be in the
first positive decision by a B.M.A.,
branch to with-hold services un-
ess the capitation fee is Yaised
by a certain date,—I.N.S.



Visca Committee
Requested To

Return Home

BUENOS AIRES, March 23.
“Visca Committee,” set up by
Congress last year to investigate
allegations of Police tortures and
un-Argentine activities, have
been formally requested by ‘the
Supreme Court of the Province
Buenos Aires to return documents
relating to a petition for legal
separation, which Deputy Jose
Emilio, Visca Chairman of Com-
mittee, withdrew from high tri-
bunal December 5.

The court had been trying to
secure the return of papers since
December 15. Earlier this week}
Visca Committee seized and turn-
ed 01 to the Ministry of the
Treasury two American automo-
biles which had been introduced |
iNlevally into the country. One of}
many newspapers has been tem-/
porarily closed by the committee |
during its investigations “La,
Capital” of Rosario again having
liMiculty in coming out Due to
shortage of newsprint “La Capital”, |
ithe oldest Spanish language news-
paper in the country, reduced its
circulation 20 per cent., whereupon |
vendors went on strike



er



—(Reuter.) |





10st & FOUND)





LOST
TICKET
same to the
Dept. Rewarded
22.3.50

ZL
Advo




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Finder please ret

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on



GENEROUS REWARD «

burlep sack

OF STERRS
Plaza







for re

filled with
MADRE,
Theatre, |

24.3. 50—GQn

wd
n three 1}

TREASURE
ontact The Manager,
matin

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE



The application of Thomas E. Ellis of

Per Spring, St. Thomas for permission
‘ Spirits, Malt Liquors &c., at A}

t all Shop attached to # stone wall





house situate at Porey Spring, St. Thomas
Dated this 22nd day of March 1950
TO Police Magistrate, Dist LY
Signed THOMAS FE. BELLIS
N.B.—This application will be consider
ed at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “D" on Wednesday |
the 5th day of April, 1950 at 11 o'clock, |
ae J. R. EDWARDS

Magistrate,
Dist. “D”

Police



LONDON CHAMBE

EXAMINATIONS.



Entries for the Summer

Only) he
partment of

f+
of

Education, The



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Examinations,
London Chamber of Commerce must reach the Depart-
Garrison,

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE





SEALSKIN ‘SOUP-PLATE’ HAT FL!°:





| so

| Nanette
but danced and played the part}

it

able to appear.

| entire

|The Tiny Tots Had It

All Their Way
@ From Page 2

Rosalie Knight was perhaps thx

star performer of the show, she
a graceful and talented youn
dancer who should go far. Hi
interpretation of crescendo w

elegant and charmingly executed
Her younger sister June is follow
ing closely in her footsteps

| The Polka, with Margaret Anr | Aux
| McKinstry

} dancers was very well done, anc

leading these littl

were the Butterflies; littl

| Bonnie Simpson stealing most «
| the applause with her self-assure
| manner,
| front of so large an audience

for such a little girl i:



not only sang sweetT

was surprising and a_ grea

credit to her courage that she was
J. Palmer Barnes

and Eric Raison as waiters, and
| “Ash” Greenland as the “Tipsy
| Old Sport.” were very amusing

The performance ended with a

members of the two senio

classes

Rizelie Foxhall, of New York i

Most unugual Jooking hat seen
She was making her first visit to

for a tong time at Londen Air-



port. was. in soup-pinte style, England since leaving school at
made of velour and trimmed Oxford,
with sealskin, Wearer was Mrs. London KErpress Service





Inquiry For | Denfeld Says
Oil Shares ‘The Planners)
LONDON, March, 23. Are Wrong



London Stock Exchange was
lacking in colour today, With the
completion of the morning routine,


























Senator Willard Tydings to have |
been associated with it only or jrepresentatives for the remaining
for a few months about five years | two Atlantic Pact Nations late in

ago, The man was named to April or early in May.
Senate Sub-committee earlier ti The five regional groups have
week by Republican Senator) been preparing their own plans

Joseph McCarthy, whose charge
that the State Department ha
Communists on its staff are b«
investigated —Reuter,

for the defence of their areas. The
meetings here will study the value
of these plans and -ordinate
them into a comprehensive defence

co

| plan for the whole of the North
Atlantic area Reuter,
R OF COMMERCE a

$150,000 For
A *Bible”’

WASHINGTON, March 23

1950, (Certificate Stage

not later than 12 noon on





Saturday, the Ist of April, 1950 The House of Representatives
8 The entry fees will be as follows: has voted $150,000 for its Un-
Single Subjects $ 1.92 each American Activities Committee to

Foreign Languages $ 3.12 each vee on preeerns “a —_ of

, : j subversive activities and con-

Full Carencne $10.00 tinuing its probe into such acti-

Department of Education, vities. Mr. John Wood, Chair-
24.3.1950 3n man of the Committee said the
“hible”’ would contain 1,000,000

names. Coming investigations

would deal with the Klu Klux

The Sugar Manufacturers’ Association

Klan and “several Fascist organi-
gations” as well as Communist and



o
of Jamaica) Limited Communist front groups, he add-
ed. (Reuter,)

invite applications for two posts in their Research Department for
duties connected with the breeding, selection, &nd field testing of e
sugar canes, with special reference to resistance to virus and other Pi ostitules
diseases as well as to other normally desirable characters. 2

a) Botanist, salary £1,000 rising to £1,500 per annum Put On Show

(b) Agronomist, £ 600— £1,000 per annum. LONDON, March 23

Applicants should possess a research degree or equivalent quali- Peking prostitutes put out of

fication of a recognised University or other similar institution, and/ business by the New Chinese

have





had experience in plant breeding and selection work.
The Botanist will also be expected to advise on plant pathology.

Government are playing to packed
houses to-day in a play written
and acted entirely by themselves,









: The initial period of service will be three years under contract,/+. New China News Agency
with prospect of permanent engagement. The selected candidates reported tonight.
will be provided with free passages to Jamaica, B/W.1., and required The play called “Frozen River
to assume duty not later tl ist Novernber, 1950. A local allowance | Has Thawed” has no og ee
| aris « nrovided and leave wi sid after merely portrays what the News
} jin lieu of quarters is provided and lea th passages paid after | jen y, in a despatch picked uy
1] thre ’ peri ere is a contributory pension scheme n London. called the “incredible
|| Furth art , btained from the Director of Research, | hell of brothel life i the stor
lig ' Mandeville, Jamaica, B.W.I., to wh« yf the re-education of prostitute
} al particulars and three reference the new Government Al
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ishould be aresseda a eepers arrested last November
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GRAND EMPIRE CLUB
DANCE

In Honour of
EVERTON WEEKES
QUEEN'S
on

March

from 8 p.m.
Music by the Trinidad
HOT SHOTS
ADMISSION ;
Bar and Buflet

Mi
PARK

Wednesday, 29th,



ORIENTAL
GOODSs!!

CURIOS, JEWELLERY
BRASSWARE, TEAKWOOD
SANDAL, IVORY, ETO.

KASHMERE

THANI BROS.
Pr. Wm. Hy. Street

Dial 3466



n the r
sale is a
It is

Included
listed for
plantation
Bridgetown and
acres of land of
are arable. The
wtass etc. There
story house, built
which has seven
two (2) reception roc
dining tooms, two
and = =6baths,
ree and
ernment
electricity
also

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properties
sized
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some

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which 135

balance has
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of coral stone
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In Carlisle Bay



IN PORT Alexandrina R , Sch Roach, for Canada via British Northern

| Marion Belle W », Sch. Mary M. Lewis, Islands; Agents: Gardiner Austin & Co.,
Sch. Cachalot, Sch. E. M Tannis, Ltd

Adina Mac, Sch. Zita Wonita, Sch Passengers leaving by this vessel

ri) ¥ £ Sch ita Il, Sch for St. Lucia Mr. D, E, Worme,

| Sch tle Dove, Sch I A. Robert For Dominica—Mr

| B Radar, Sch. Provi- F. Clay, Mr. A. W. Robertson, Mr

} Y Lady Joy, §$.8. Alcoa A. Dek Frampton, Lt.-Col. 1. Begs, Mr.

| Set hilip H. Davidson " Mr. S. Go *, Mr. L. Pinerd,

| Schooner hine R. 25 tons net, Mr. A. Thelwell, Miss M. Wilson, Mr

apt. Patrice, from Martinique; Agent c. S. Durant, Mr. A. P. L. Glef, Mr

arbados Import & Export Co., Ltd T. L, Flood, Mrs. M. L. Flood. For.Mont-



| The Paris cafe rene = was] jaenha Stomp Troiiaions Amalie Danae
j}amusing and lively and Nanette} + Owners’ Association,

| Kinch. as the ‘Mamselle, is buch a| .Sthoonee Belqueen, 6 tone nes Capt.
big flirt that she gives the} 8’ Association. — :
|Manager, Norman Wood a lot of | oe wae dl N Jouen, 37 tos nat,
trouble keeping ‘his eye’ on. her.) 4"). j snag ieee ens ae

Â¥}| Schooner Laudalpha, 60 tons net, Capt.
nbs, for St, Lucia; Agents: Schooner

Association

extremely well. Incidentally LV. Daerwood, 94 tons net, Capt. De

she met with an accident to her teat pa St 4 ucia; Agents: Schooner
s Association

foot at the dress rehearsal, and Lady Nelson, 4,655 tons net, Capt,



Cuble and Wireless (W. L) Lid. advise
‘hut they can now communicate with the
owing ships through their Barbados
oust Station:

n Fort De France, Beaver
Marianne 1..M.D.Z, At-
Pilot, Runa/lyM.K.B Silver
Potter, San Mateo, Hayelina,
Conadian Challenger Maure-

Gasecogne,





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serrat

John—Mr.
Col

ner

Miss K. Skerrett, Rev. A. Bariee
For Bermuda—Mr and Mrs. C. J. Pater-

and Mrs. N,.
Young, Mr

n, Miss M
Harrower, Mr
and Mrs. W
K. Lyon, Mr

McDonald, Mr

and Mrs. J. V
W. Welch, Dr. and Mre-E.
and Mrs. A. Maybee, Miss
K. Lewis, Miss V. D. Weekes, Mr. W. G.
Parris, Mrs. W. H. Arroway, Mrs. C
Reid, Mr. L, Johnson, Mr. L, Pres-
cod, Mrs. G. Ince, Miss H, Ince, For.St
and Mrs. L. N. Clairdale, Mr

E. D. Meavity, Mr. and Mrs. H. B, Micks,
and Mrs. F. J. James, Mr, and Mrs
B. E. Ellis, Mr . Mr. B. N, Skin-
and Mr, H






IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION

tania, Alcoa Patriot, Alcoa Pilgrim,
Krios, Chiriqui, Amboto, Cavina, Loide
Nicaregue, George D. Grntsos, Flizabeth,

Stavengertiord, Brastagi, Esito, Rosa/
W.M.D.A., Mont Everest, Durango, San
Velino, Rio Juramento, Talco, “Alcoa
Ranger, Wave King, Cottica, Nieu Am-
sterdam, S. Ana, Tropic, Panaghia,
Southern Cities, Exso New Haven, Sun-
rel, Auricula



French Dockers Extend Strike

PARIS, March 23.
Dockers at Nice, tonight voted

to extend their 24-hour “more
| wages” strike indefinitely, while

those at Brest, Brittanny, voted to
hold a 24-hour strike tomorrow
Two-thirds of Boulogne seamen

| voted to strike indefinitely tomor-
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At Marseilles, the dockers and
seamen’s strike continues. A
hundred thousand building work-
ers were reported still on strike.
Rene Bernard, Chairman of the
Building Employers Union, was
thrown out of a train in Nantes,
West France, by building workers
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WASHINGTON, March 23. | f seilles Un saders h r ;
, ;out the te. He thoug of Marseilles Union Leaders, in the town. Reuter.
business markets became idle with| Admiral Louis E. Denfeld said | with ul anne res bat: ai a
barely a vestige interest being | to-night that the United States | Hansche ll th ey should t a . the |
shown any section, Price move-|could win or even prevent an | site is Governme nt ‘kh ‘A “ever
ments were small, but generally} atomic-hydrogen bomb war, but appointed the Board to m ke
moved to higher levels, jdetence planners were “going | recommend itions , ; cee
Some buying of British Govern- | about it in the wrong, way” In They should not let any mem- | - ~ — oes : ee mee
ment Nationalisation stocks helped his concluding artcile in Colliers |e. of the public think they were | — - ee ~ SS
prices in giltedged section, and| Magazine on on Red LO dis~ shirking their duty.
there were advances in some in-|â„¢issed as Chief of Naval Opera- Mr. Kidney reminded Mr. Mot The M.V. DAERWOOD will t
dustrials, including breweries, on | ¥ONS, Admit al Denfe Id reported tley that solicitors were discu St Ey cS "St vincent. "Gt ena, SCHOONER }
provincial support } that the Pentagon (Defence Head- ing the matter and Mr. Mottley | \ruba, sailing Wednesday 22nd " mat . {
There was an early and selective | Garters) was placing too great agreed to postpone further con- maxes E. M, I ANNI i
inquiry for 1 shares. Burma's} reliance on inter-continental ae nat The Mov, CARIBBEE will ac- {
nquir) r ol snares urma’s | : ’ : oon sideration until uch discussions t Corfgo and Passengers for )
and Ultramars closed with initial | bombing and on the bomb itself should reach a head nica, Antigua, Montserrat Sailing for Trinidad {
| gains well held, and there w ys | Empha sing the need for a Kitts-Nevis Sailing Friday \\
putea! $3 ; i1..1| strong Navy, particularly in view iit chien : 24th Mareh {}
harder*tone to British controlled of reports that Russia is building | The Sanitary Commissioners of || rhe *xhooner LAUDALPHA SATURDAY ‘MARCH 25th y
issues, lup turdy fleet, he wrote: “The | St. Michael yesterday appointed | li accept Cargo and Passengers will accept Cargo \)
t , nae ere as 7 a ha -_— = Mottle C ! for St. Lucia, sailing Tuesday 21st
Owe mi commodity ners Ss were! answer to superbombs, which = : Fe ; pa “t 2 Eh Wi March ee . Apply )
one ~e pene a a w penc : leake @heir greatest toll’ against anne re re D et od = in ? : i ace. seslaabeiacaiaadiad )
off, and tea at.recent improved|)...., ae ie = meeting betwee > Commissior ).1. SCH¢ . S & ( TD.,
= _ r I \large cities and their masses of ers of Health for St. Michael, the ASSOCIATION (INC.) iH. JASON JONES & LTD i
eves. | population, is dispersion and mo-|\.* : ; ’ Consignees. )
é 5 rej 3; anc ; : KY : —- Westbury Cemetery Commissioners om Agents,
Dealers in foreign bonds and bility—and the Navy provides . SSC i| TEL. 404: )
rails reported little business and dispersion and mobility at sea mere nee ones : nae |} tt
“he rices F o { scus é rs ecte i
no, cena thos eee. | eegular, The | rroush its task forces ae meee "Tinn’ Ginna, |
affir market was irregular, The —( Reuter.) sioners were then considering a = ---
general trend was to slightly) Be hice 4) Kubedae Week i . e .
lower levels, but one two Free- etter from the Barbados ork- | ‘ l St sh ‘
staters responded with firmness po. e ers’ Union sana a 1o0na eams L IS
to rumours of favourable Chef Had 9 Wives: |
development. | “ J |
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—Reuter. find > ~ aol h Saile Saile Sails Arri Sail
Got A Years In G ow 3 anis SOUTHBOUND Montrea Halifax Boston Barbados Barbado:
S LONDON, Mareh 23 |
10 Czechs ent | A 51 year eld chef, John Taylor | CANADIAN tain ak , ard. Mar. 29d. Mar
° | who “spent his life seeking the ism is cai y uric acid in the | LADY foueee sar ses” i ee. “A Ace! Ae
To Jail perfect wife” and acquired Ob€} tog. This should be removed by the | LADY NELSON 1%th Apr 13th Apr 23rd Apr —s 94th Ap
| Ss wives . f tUDN 2th Ma 1M h M tt i"
| lawtul and aoe Shas hci kidneys. When kidneys fail, small crystals | | ADY RODNEY Lath May aah Ma ith \ aE aa sith M
LONDON, March 23. ip: Che hat Ae Yeates Ay PEBAN |) odge in the joints and between the muscles | A DY RODNEY 30th Ma 3rd Jul Sth Mth Jui Lothe wt
The Bydgosz District Court car gaol senvence, causing frightful 7 —— bar +1
; : . doctors in famous clini that within
today passed jail sentences on| l wh rsaded guilt t sin clinics prove Y
* I who } ided guilty to : "1 rin rr
the second batch of defendants in| two bigamous marriages since the hour alter taking, Dodd's Kidney Pills are ue aresve Salis Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrives
i ‘a ” ‘ : ea : vie. helping the kidneys to drain away excess NORTHBOUND Barbados Barbados Boston St. John Hulifax M
the trial of “return” underground | war, lived with his wife for only acids and poisons from the blood twice as
organisation, Warsaw radio re-| three months in 1925. By hi first quickly as before. Pain causing crystals go. | | DY NELEON og Mag 23e6 Mar ist Ap nd At dies Kas eo
ported. bigamous marriage he had eight Your blood is clear. Pain and discomfort | | Y NELSON 6th May 6th May 17th May itth Ma
Miss Stefania Jurek was sen-| children. His defending Counsel | disappear. You quickly regain that sprightly | |ADY RODNEY sth Ju 10th Jun 19th June aist J aty
‘ pT ¢ 1 + LADY NELSON June 204) Sth July Oth J th J
tenced to eight years imprison-| aid Taylor had received a heac step of health and feel years younger. ADY RODNEY orth We oth ith Aug t i
ment, Regina Peczkowska and) injury on an airfield that Was] Insist on the genuine Dodd's Kidney Pills a aa
anal seve sars.| bombed in 1940 and 1948 he Big blue pee 8
Bohdan Borucki to seven years, i PC ae vo re at your drug - ve wn B it " Ne -Bubieds to chanes, withens uptinn. All Veesela Sistas. wit ;
| Edward Polewezynski, Maria | '¢ “om a _ ‘S ‘on poe oe nil pa y ¢ je bers. Passenger Fares and freight rates on opplication to
Polapinska and Fracizzek Zolad-) WMlen ane he memory large of 40 pills, @ /21
kieicz to six years, Jozef Baum a GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. —
land Krystya Boleyn to five yea eee \\ hs i ea ras Cae cL Tao
Wladyslaw Kop to four years and suet ‘ ; = =.
Henryka Baumann to two year Military Experts | Spartan Club CIE. GI TRANSATLANTIQUE |
—Reuter. ) ” kd - |
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Meet Today FRENCH LINE
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Russian Spy Worked THE HAGUE, March 23, |i ,,T@Annual Gener H Sailing to Trinidad Sailing to
. « r Plymouth
~ ° Some 250 military experts from |))} n ¥ lay | ( . nN
¢ : : men | ASCOGNE Ma March 2\st
In U.S. Office 10 countries—Franct Belgium, { t 4. i he | | ‘ MISR” iNI March 14th April ath
Holland, Luxembourg, Norway,}))) Qucee rk | CASCOGNW 14 d oR
WASHINGTON, March 23 Denmark, Italy, Britain, Canada \ , 2 | bea ae May a = Rag |
; A man alleged vo have been 4/ and the United States—will meet} )) C. MATTHEWS if | | *GASCOGNE” May 24th May 3ist i
top Russian espionage agent {here tomorrow for the first of a Hony, Secretary, i
-onnected vith the Americat ut Yn) | *
State Depa tm t a af Meal | series of talks on co-ordination of]))) 24.3.50 ay! For further particulars apply to :—
Ste artment was sald DY «\\ |ihoir five reg ans f ) | ’ "
Timinaiemll . : t gional plans or ty { “ ‘
| Department to-day in an an-| ot defence Sos = aN} || 8. M. sONES & Co, LTD. - Agents.
nouncement quoted by Democra! ; ’ ) SSS oS “ite |
, It is unaerstood there will be no}) \



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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE Bee 7 DAY, MARCH i, 195
A A ’ - ) ’
- Spartan Defeat B.B.C. RADIO |; ein ea
PROGRAMME A BRUSH s
Rovers 2 N il : PRIDA’ MARCH %4, 1950
74s a.m, Think an These Things. 7.30
In a game packed with thrills from beginning to end Spartan Interude 6 a : Fron kK Secities FO ~ EVE RY
defeated Pickwick-Rovers 2—0 at: Kensington Oval yester- Londo Pek "Orchestra e
day afternoon. i eee Brig
Both goals were scored by the Spartan centre forward ara F | } a
John Evelyn. ' 40 PU RPOSE Hi.
he evening was bright and the pitch was firm when both en aR. . soe of
wris R ) Rec i ]
re Monaster p Th )
The Daily Service. 415 pm. Miahts ||| LADIES HAIR BRUSHES (w:
the Pickwick-Rovers centre for- at the Opera. 5 p.m. ‘Carroll Calls the | “ = a (with \Voo
| ward walked out to the field atter| La ne Victor rune. 3.19 p.m. Recs Bure 5.30 | $1.64 and $2.88, den backs),
his team before the match was y \. Interlude. 6 p.m. New Records. 6.45 LADIES HAIR BRUSHES (it
Anthology—-12. 7 p.m. The News ty

Plastie)—g) m



ie Rovers defending from Ludorum At | gan. News. Analysis, W15: pam West and $2.10.
ndian Diary. 7.45 p.m. D. Music. 8
the pavilion end started to press| ash. Radie, Newsitel, 615 im. BBC GENTS’ HAIR BRUSHES—s° ¢-. 45
ovthern Orchestra. 9 p.m. The News, re 7 49: ‘

the Spartan goal but were resw- | EEN cera lec’ Hiom iain’ O18 $1.64 and $2.46, , S174; $3.59,
ed by Medford and Reece. oun ion The Debate Continues. 9.30 p.m

About 20 minutes after play | ‘ “ab from i 10 p.m. The Tech GENTS’ PLASTIC HAIR BRUSHTS
hanins goalkeeper Hill whe stop} Pie; zne,(2) , Champion oi au ot Meee: Oe nee Ae EASE, SRN Glial nay les) —$1 49. rie
esting goal-keeper Hill who stop- isi é Tic ) fae New ae

a 2, was Victor Ludorum c 92: .84: $1, 70; and .63 $1. {!

ped the ball confidently. Gib-| the Boys’ Foundation
bons playing at left wing was so} i yesterday.

closely marked that every attempt
to cut in and seore was foiled by
Gibbs.

Evelyn again tried to score but
again goal-keeper Hill was in the
correct position to stop the ball.
Chase too on the right wing was

Athletic
SARE ey ae et a

HEAR...

BATH BRUSHES—$1.68,
COAT BRUSHES—$1.05;
CLOTH BRUSHES—$1.74
SHOE BRUSHES—60e., 47c.
POLISH KITS (cor wlete With Dey
SHAVING BRUSH®. .
$6.44; $8.u01;

He brought off a first in the long
jump, 100 yards ana
and ran second in the

$1.08 ond olds

jump, high
220 yards
440 yards.
The Champion house was
with 115 points while Set C, D ana
A. came 2nd, 3rd and 4th respec-
with 107,



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pinned down by the Pickwick-



Rovers fast moving winghalf. D. Sealey, once Victor Ludoruy.| MAKING a burst of speed in a close finish at Combermere yesterday, K. A. Barrow wins the Ub; $1.25 and £¢
When referee Coppin blew for| of the school, won the Old Eoys’ 440 yards flat, Also winner of the half mile, Barrow showed himself steady on the stride. :
falf time both teams had failec | ace in convincing style and hs " « omer 5 siallbincrtiniaiilsttinbeneininani
to score. tug-of-war was carried off by the FIVE RECORDS TOPPI EK
oar Se heat | Renee i aes we distributed bs Capt. Jordan 4
changed their tactics and con- +e me v agi eee ae ) pf Y ¢ EPHERD & {),
centrated on long passes. About| @t. H. A. Talma, Police Masis- : ! MERE Scores Y9 In

trate of District A

teams trotted out on the field.

A shout was heard when Wilkes: —— - *
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15 minutes after play in the secon ¢ ea THE following are the Eight 12
: ; The Results were :— vine ae. Ae Va, & 13 BROAD sTrery

half Evelyn the Spartan’s centr (First 14 Events concluded before Five records were broken yesterday at the Combermers|
forward opened the scoring b)| Sports Day c ; . Se, “ —r day’s Practice of the Small Bore fl

placing the ball into the righ‘ my eee, a a ass at a a) c £chool in the Sports Finals. H. H. Brewster emerged Victor! Rifle Club Tene ‘
{ Smit 2 el 3 rd : . y

hand corner of the nets and giving | wurke ic ne ass | Ludorum being winner of the 100 yds., 220 yds., and the nea : om |

Hill no chance to save set ree Sak east Mae idle Long Jump. Set F. which gained 210 points carried off th sed i 53999999995 996 99006. 806+ Save

; . ’ . A %y . . apt, « 1. JO é . oe i al he 0” M8

After thet Spartan was imbued |, 1st Barrow (C), and Bannister \B), 3 d Athletic Shield. we i a Vearudood 98 3 Oty 7, BSD
with the scoring spirit and the] Vong Jump (Class 4) | At the end of the events, the Headmaster addressed the | M. A. Tucker 98 IN ;

. ‘ 4 s 9 Sr ' : ny | . or "San C 7 J J r Ms
second oe _ eg ee out- 34 tS We, ist Waithe B), 2nd Shep large gathering and then introduced Mrs. Tudor who pre | F, a . % L OLEL M CARPETS fe ho
running ells took a shot across |’ Jump (Ct 3) . ah one | S. Tempro 97 . . 1
the goal and Evelyn again made 4 ft "3 in ist Cor liffe (D), 3nd Clarke | aopiad the saan i.e aa |_, M. G. Tucker 96 Bison 9 #8. 4 MA tt and 10% ft. by 9 ft. Pie
no mistake in heading the ball out | (C), and Layne (A) J The results were as follows:— 1 Major J. E. Griffith . 96 | | -

wonke Jump (Class 2) 1 she | Also
of the reaches os Hill, | 16 ft. 10 in, Ist Layne (D), Ind Lovel | 39 yas. piv. 5 | Yr, & In ee hie ye | 1% j

Despite the strong defence o1!\2), 3rd Smith (D) Siakatnc ia ‘Weaaint | 66m. 3 te dee ae | “htembere are asked to note that | ou
Puaverbs and Atkinggs the greater | 1004 Jame (GeO) tA), ana Trt 1) Holford, B: (2) Burke, K. 13), Kir k riendly Football there will be a speenen of the | ROBERT H. PIERSON 3 ee IN ROLLS 6ft, vi acl
part of the play in the second] .an (p), ard Pilgrim (C). Morris (B) [°C be * ae above Club on Saturday, Marca | : | very reasonable Pirinsiatironnssite.. fe 2
half was witnessed in ‘the Pick- | Mish Jump (Class 4) co 0 She te ee ene Association 25th, 1950. |New York City Radio Evangelist 3 Price, ou
wick-Rovers goal aeae- D), Sra ‘Shep ag oo (1) Nien A mois Oh apalt’ is ime | TODAY'S FIXTURE and Religious Author Bstablishe I HERBERT I L .

Pickwick-Rovers tried in the end | Mish Jump (Class) 3 Whittaker, C Berwick vs. Westerners at St. | 5 ; D B il int 186° ® ; ncorp en
to score but the Spartan backs < i 2 ailh, PEO (B), and Layr 100 Yds. Div. 2. Leonard’s. Referee Mr. N. Holder antiago efeats Bat ey | ‘ : 10 & 11 Roebuck § 10
reve always . Nes | Mere oral ) 1) Osbourne, K (2) Brereton, R.; | aaah d | oman -_ ; oedu 4
wae une te aot oar | Tiny Tan, oy, ne | AT ME LiVanoOL, Margh 23, | “THE ATOM BOMB AND ya, a

€ § c z ; ayn + rime seCS uis > : E anis PISS 4 FOOSSSSG
was unchanged, Spartan two goals { (Ashley (B), 3rd Lovell (B | Junior Relay. JAMAICAN WINS Luis De Santiago, Spanish ARMAGEDDON” . ;
3 " c ; High Jump (Class 5) | (1) Set A; (2) Set C; (3) Set C mek 8 Featherweight Champion and cffi- | acieiaatei
Pickwick-Rovers nil | 3 ft. 6 in. Ist Pilgrim (C), 2nd Moseley } Senior Relay. __ ZaIVERPOOL, March 23. | ja) contender. for Ray Fame- PFE

The referee was Mr. O. S./\9) 2 9. amy af Set F; (2) Set B; (3) Set D Bill Jackson of Jamaica beat| chon’s European Title, defeated | A Lecture on Present Day
Coppin ‘and the linesmen Messrs.| “Yak Clarke \C), and Thorpe 10 ein, ; c yt ikea a | Allan Cooke of England on points| Tommy Bailey of Liverpool on| events in the light of Bible SPEAKING OF ENRICHED BREAD? Wit
P Willkin and I. Byer. | iS une ra | (3) Bishop, J 2 : }over eight rounds in a light-' points in an eight rounds contest | Prophecy. :

The teams were:— | lst Waithe (B), and Wilson (c Time ; 11 4/5 sees.) heavyweight contest at Liverpoo!| at Liverpool Stadium to-night. | RADIO DISTRIBUTION— Z ’ pe
Ph aig Harris, Reece, Medford, rhveectoreed Nea aS 100 Yds. Div. 1. | Stadium tonight. —Reuter. } —Reuter. Sunday, March 26, 7,30—8.00 a.m The
aIPtens, | Haynes, Cadogan, Gib- Ist Thomas and Barrow, 2nd Barrow ean BY ter, Ff 2) Lorde, R | Swan and R pne |
a nents Evelyn, Johnson | ud Burke. 3rd Springer and Warne Ps Wide anes ] 7 and Roebuck Streets ce
colt thane, Relay Race (Over 10) ae ee: lean aa .

Eibienieh-Beverss, Hill, Prov a wees Malek Ee” oe Bt Oot D | wisteatles. Asi 2) Marshall, C.; (3) | Recognized Quality Bakers offer... 4 a
erbs, nson, unte, oster,| ist R. Clarke (C), Qnd Thorpe (Bi.\ Time: i9 4/5 secs | ) BURN ORDI ENR i ‘ - Bove
Mayers, Wells, Croney, ‘Wilkes, | "4 Murrell (D) 1220 ¥dy. Div. 2 } NARY ICHED BUTTER BREAD of
aa? ; 100 Yards (Class 4) | ‘ rr
Stanley and Robinson. ist W. laynoe (D), and Weithe (®), (4) Osbourne, K.; (2) Brereton, R | | Sin
d Bvecuten, (0) r (Ah arena eete } KEROSENE in
100 Yards (Class 1) 1b J D » f }, “ 7
it Cerke (Bi,-8nd Thomas (C), rd} “iy Forde, Ke; (2) Niles, R (3) Hol | { TILLEY LAMPS Se

S ‘dd T ive Yards a lass 2) | der, W. and King K i one Conan: Soa ENRICHED mi

we es op Ist Lavnre (D), 2nd Tull (D), ard Git errant Tee ee British Make oe
tens (B) &
® 80 Yards (Class 5) ee, Wards Div. 8 ) Lighting by Tilley Lamps e
saree | - ee: * (1) Kennedy C., (2) Brewster, W : ; Ys i
Wrestling iiihigisi. me sons w| gating > Brown H} meas a" Bright Light tor beawe
Lens Jump (Class 1) oot Ge 278, secs | |) two evenings at one filling. ' -
TOC 2 4 Ist Bi » (Bi, ¥ Waham ( ad rds v. | 4 ,
Sree OL, March 23. | thomas tC), Se randy es cg newater: H., (2) Toppin, D., 13) | A. 8. HUSBANDS,—Agent, it's mixed Mila
en, with 15 points, headed | 0 Yards (Class 1 Wine: Bé car | Babbs, St. Lucy. em ‘
the nations taking part in the mi. Browne (B), 2nd Price (A, 3° | aig Yeras Diy. 5 +
world Amateur Greco-Romau | Thoms (c ‘ (1) Holford A., (2) Holder. 4 ;
r wy cl i ” older, C., (3) | ,
wrestling championships, whici ie i “cc ‘ae Moseley (A), 21 “area Seis fin | | poeeeee POSE PPOOPSPPOPE, wih , :
need ners tonignt Turkey wat se, (S (Class 2%) Throwing tke Steves Dice 2 1 % us,
second with | 13 points and Hun- | ” Ist Layne (D), 2nd Gittens (B), & mi Headley, B., (2) Crichlow, H,, (3) 1% I % Bio
gary third with eight points | Whittaker (C) | re DS \ | 1? IVED % Rs

The new champions are Fly | Three Leseed Race (1 nder iW) sl ak Yaa oe 3 ins., (Record) 1 % he ke
weight—B. Jol ad Ist Weekes and Walcott, 2nd nlift | l) B . : 1 ¥, %

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, Trotman (Dy) 1) Kennedy C; (2) Brewste s 9
: : | nsolation Prize Ss ' 4, @ ster H ’ .

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Sun Sets: 6.11 pam, — i40 YDS. DIV, 2 i * * MID B BIRTOBIN cscs vvieem

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eae é adian furniture and hand ' | CANBERRA, March 23
in the United States was told ‘ Handictart e USTR j : :
old to the “Advoe: | ALIA today invoked f ;
day by Mr. Ronald Tree, +f Utes: ter 6 lvocate” yester w Ly ed far-reaching emer-
Bess | “The purpa t. James, | ae _ j es ee seg banning of meet
tana urpose the . ‘ v Greek Go ; ‘ ings, ; . P
are i ne { +overnment, ul an t a
Sugar Council ecg One teh Eres aero eeh imc me sale a penalty for treason—to fight
ax tei re ip enize The Pri 5S Mini a Communism.
i - g ty ; : ul tonigh me iniste R :
W ime hel; ‘ } Veu . Yr, obert Menz e i
ill Meet employment ! secon ae e Emergenc Cri u06, said the
‘ Wenie’ sec |from the March 5 elections, .e-] Oma . saan an welt: 6 eee
¢ 4, i ‘ serene az é lections unists pen ing the : . .
ri 4, hal schoo I< nigi passing of legislation to
2) to start sent Rae ae, Oe outlaw the Communist P
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(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) | (3) Subsidiary to that « | sie to ahetiides Yan list Faced with steel and shippin 7 ;
LONDON, March 23. | ver since he x | suite cide ia itaie. claimed ‘a state of ipping strikes, Australia also pro-
Replies from the 17 delegatory| for ane since he m é ial | tai henner ms : King, ¢-n- auaharad oa state of serious industrial distu@banees”. The |
ry TF > th Rath Obtain a ty I non-Libersg > e ‘al Secrets Pia at . I }
members of the International] Tree he had be M en ee ae d ecretary of the Workers Federation, James Hea
. + Cc e 1e had | ayouus Canolo t av > > atin i :
Sugar Council to Cuba's proposal] pressed cae ‘ n | Finis Satan. 10k oday defined the emergency powers, saying the. threat ‘ }
for restricting sugar production Pees Tt Mae Ste qu GOAL-KBEPER Minieter + a punishment and deportati Ww dy, Voageh aactiy
gre coming in very slowly, But eraftsmanship here especi . HILL, wearing a black puil ister of Defence ¢ tin Z Ny p ation would not stop the union fr
F the vl regard to f epociany 1 t t ive =o . over ; : € ! resisting “ . cae -
the meeting of the Council’s a rd to furniture uilempt*to save the first goal kicked in by th ‘ane trunks, looks back after making a ! Othe mernbe fact i “ ~— Fascist attack of the Government.” The roa ‘
ypecia] statistics Committee fixed aie had turned over in his ow football match y the Spartan’s centre forward (Evelyn) in a iP een ns hoes ot the fact is that the Menzies Government has seized this opr i
for London on April 24, will not] ing ‘tales ae d means of develo} deat emg altace det cast eaverca | Minister aie Sctesior Te Pr tunity to abolish the right to strike,” he said
Beton ‘ell men a com-| marke Pa z von nape of eather. -—__—— Natosotas; Finance P ad , | The Crimes Act gives the Gov
: qd ambers are not " utside the islanc even - ORI |} ernm ame e rr
ayailable. It is anticipated sever-| } Recently a move had been made a “ e aera IP aero Gregorios Cassi Russia C - Watertecd natare's Powe of a
al delegates will make their com- > the UA “Government tateny J , ran e Um s P Sas e : as j a jon, George Athana an diate arrest I aa © suc B is imme-
ments verbally. courage and foster exports fron ORTS YT1VYy ounelil Lee 2 08) Commmmnoniion. 1 6ommy meetings +P
EE Pradiainved tats: teal crete aciee ie : PEE | Regie Melaniden: Reeeneeie alk Acras
meeting was originally fixed for ject of earning dollars. Mr. C. K or) ly. Dimit mitrios Glavanis; Sup BS Proclamatio
February 28, but was post Thompson had _ beer s , } j VW e rye \* rios Gontikas rhe n
uar’y , vas pos poned | Colonial - n appointed v ee ‘ rhe ne ‘i _— 4 os ee Governor-General to-day
partially to give time for West tial Attache to Washingtor w Cabinet’s first state- ur issued bAntaiecetl to-day
: i r esti and the U c rae re LK ne >» tonigl f we t CPCI REAR SO, BEE Ce
oe producers to come to a en ; ted Kingdom 1 also FOOTBALL , e tonight from Press Act. Menzies said. that tho
sion on the amount of sugar} ; ointed trade officers f ter Cassimatis, who :; . guilty af a ee
sugar ae , f u Ne . ho said ANBE y af an offence a t
they would be supplying ot arses of. the VSA., tore courage cc s / 4 = pti Parlia- Secseh Coal, 't March 23. | Proclamation coll ke table to
Britain under bulk purchase and foster British Dominion and] € Erie Amo ince ‘ 2 e new Cabiret receive: | ian Prem z ey, former Austra- | '™prisonment, and if they w 3
agreement. °©! Colonial markets Sake TENNIS alr te nfidenre, it ec be one : ier, told the House of | not born in eae ney were
New Markets | Encouragement nennes 8 RES LTS ” oe ul es a * aeaenrae here to-day thai | liable to denortasind a, would be
a . oe es " os aia ‘ é s 0 setting any c The : t l
From the point of vi , | He had come back to B r iture acti rete Pacifi Le y con roclamation , ;
i ( ew of thelyy,. 1 he back to Barbado / . f acific Pact were very re a eal ; atior declared
International Sugar Council ina Mr. Tree said, with the object © legge Narita WALLONIA CONTINUES { \ aN \ Breach mote ere very ré eet wei a state of serious indus-
mer quantity of the sugar avail- soning what could be done speci- ah Aa TiI- 6 of the Liberal Chifley, speaking as Oppositi +} noth a rbances prejudicing, or
able for free sale the better. Th fically and to get the nec 4 e ( : Leader in. the Fore eeton ireatening trade and commerce
eng : . The ecessai Oo vy rOve loti the Foreign Affairs | with other countrie nmerc¢
s coats to avoid returning ; LEOP LD ACTION h REEACH. OF Agrer x "DP oe the problems of | the States on haga 2 See among
= yesyan te : finding new ‘ | é the fou ma he sania et Sh important, bu Menzies told 1 peste >
markets. A prominent Sugar i ~ BRUSSEI they il ’ problens of Europe was vital | “We wi as a nse House,
age official has remarked on m’s Privy. Counail of USSELS, Marc ic | i wet here. oneeand cea i wae ate
e fact that millions of peo! : : ouncil of 28 elder sta . might be 20 years be en AN id for all. We will
; s ple in { i aes statesme) ete elec : : years before | carry the fight t . oO
the Arab world of the Middle ie he eve of war in 1914, met today layec : tt would threaten Australis ists.” If the Saas the: Commun
Bast still regard sugar as a luxury ‘ nity between Flanders and Wal . I 4 | ‘rom the Pacific, but he had no | to Auht. the: Asusien! inists decided
outside their everyday budgets oo Leopold to the tk s and Wallonia over th« “va t }doubt that Russia could “walk said, the Au SENG: See
He sees a remedy for ld | Ses ) TAG LN, £600 8¢ across Europe to-day Nabe ete dp ecanctiggee:'Y arose people would
‘ 3 the world } iy ia day and be in | fight back, a el ;
over the production of aaaee in ” loan : *% As the Councillors asser ere hartge in: a very short time.” will not falenabe ee lear. they
epenpearnes designed to increase Nt Mewes dating | FL } ING SA UCERS | a marble hall of. Brusse on opuli \ eee sad be only the be- | violent wtheelt ty oo aie and
@ purchasing power of bé ew ie. iy Oe ‘hh alace, more th , zs of a great world war” he | cesses ¢ Sn iormal pro-
S ack- Liss I W oar i : | than 350,000 oh . ‘ i > \isemal as € SSeS peaceful trade <
anne, ack We rin | EXPE TE Jers threatened a 24-hou st M Venizel i ! : expect rr ane could no more | commerce. aC trade and
It is doubted w - > ee, 2 LANs LA } C D j tomorrow as a “warning sainst | leaders VSO OE WORE. RAGE OC . » war that could arise Menzies s a :
Quban. proposa] will Sooo Ss mero eet |any attempt to eine al —_ tf aie ‘ from offfér Parties vy hi —_ could the Western Demo- 4 would eee legislation
sympathetically by the aihlotity . Nt a Aang OVER SWEDE. back from his prov Peisnal:e ile: e Fae 5 Pe They drew this con ihe ai with the Pane eee to deal
of the delegates at the forth McG. 1 iN Lpeninet aoe. in Oia fine Soares Sawer | sont ee SS Ogee ieghtatiniens. tap Cewernment aid
: wae - McG. Patterson \ + = T. hi a . 4 {failure to enhst s . rn ‘ é a war the Uni ol ent dl
coming 1 Manninj G. ‘OAK | e chiet strikes would . some leadin: | States ; nited} not propos > de sd
a ee tent a it is oe be annin 50 STOCKHOLM, March 23. | the highly Earaneneetee be in} members, of, his own party ins the tates ou war might complete- | drift Renee Wh i the position
C is a strictly Southern Swedes 2 hin . an apPteree eee w Gov y demoralise eve ~ ” or , Which now existed
technical discussion to render the heavy influx of “Ayling $f eens is’ Rater where, on March Di eee Chifley said “4 Maid net te ; under the-prociamation, would be
report to the Council itself. the beginning of ne: ttn ad mar er erie: SO MGO Oo!) Um tonis! ee ae a ters were{war in Europe, but i 20 used to carry the fight * » the
— (By Cable) “Sil R decordink: Sar ae ten xe month, ; al gy tae the return ow by the solution of the| “the creeping insidious a. eres Communists.
‘1 € ~ | Luebec!} ae The. ge rom | ™ , though 57.6 of the nati i woblem saying that ar | ism—the F . - :
Va amos | is). os rit ees are said) 558 Whole favoured fis re basta 1} Liberal Governm« rept ae eur oa cater, a Pubite. Seigpert
, mi aring the world’s first Count Henri Cart ey ; ily respon te : F wurope, uter In this. he believed the
ONL Y HO! KE Mvster rr fe para base at the Baltic 80 year old Cath 2 e 7 st Fn wishes Government : outa ae rm =
| } nea ord Sen oe . e | . cA UERMIES « t ©, vhich gave P —- 7 ‘ VO ave > bs
o y omy lete eee their almost} Presided over the meeti ( irties only As AU port of the public gener sly “tha
BONN, *March 23 e i jleted system of permanent councillors, made up of 13 } seammwk. af ne the vast majority of trade :
The extreme Nationalist eae! Revived | * ‘ for Vee weapons with a lies, who favour the ret Ps 7 us peer : n are 4 STRALIA WILL INSIST ists, ho hated Cor a co ree
eral Otto Ernst R mate MR. RONALD TR ystem of radar stations me Socialist = Magy “ atement, the new i eno oe nmunism an
st Remer, declared MR. RONALD TREE in the t rN » centred | one eigl Ministe tonig T CANBERRA, M gnised it for what it wa
today that it i , , ‘ Unie own of Neurup m™ | Liberal haa r Sak onight rT! . Nd March 23 Australia’s | : ve
would be suicide t i | exercises will ppin The | oy; ( é ed De! 4 “a . \ustralia will insist « F . tralia rime A vives th
for Germans to join an anti- organisation going in the lar Tn | DOCTOR QUESTIONED as en 1 be led by General fae vho yesterda cepted the je me f + al G provisions belt ’ inclu fed oT ehe Government wide powers to aun
va Ment General Remer was a connection he had met ith} Hames a fs ew + appointed —_ of forming roverr | et hot be - i 7 aoe Peace Treaty with Japan > wee : ‘ ost everythi from treaso!
teplying — as “le ie Ip and encourage PAR 1 es a ae he Russian Vee-| Ment, put off « et ' ae M ‘ther Centre} vent } , ees +} sabotage, tempte re 7
gitimate speaker ae r : ARIS, Mare! 3 weapons 1 te ALLONS | t re tic it her from engaging 10 he i , evolution
for the Germs : ment b¢ the G tn 1 The Sil D ° ad C ‘ participating h : > nh cut d offences against the :
rman war 2 anera- . 7 jovernment | iva Ramos my wrey? \ ‘ rr neil | throat comps n for ‘ E : , ASA he Com-
tion"—in the ee ere and from the local merchants. | can e back into rien h} ii y Pha : eported from Buenos| meets | Reuter ‘ Foreign “we sian ad AP ar Seca. alth Government dow
i i ich s As a result of % to- ars hte ee eadiines | * ‘ss that a saucer o aves med —~ : oy oaahe Percy Spen-| forgery and offence ae oe ie
Zeitung to Winston CHurchill’s | going aby cs \ carats Bi arritz = i ummonit the | the skies tod y oKy ee a Not Expected Y ’ . , Ln Parliamenv today lic tices” re Sela er
: “ going tO Sta nmediately a sma - v2 wlice static ‘ Dr ee as more : 4 cle f Aust I . : a he administration
a om at West Germany|company comprising Mr. \ ay lll tenri Beno on ation of Dr egodes ate proportions than pe Worker ! im I rench Strikers W : é oer Governments | of justice risen
. ee h ; SINE ic the loc: doctor t : Seon MOSt] 1€ Leopol as dete € Oo protec he | » + .
tion oe Baro & positive contribu- |Goddard, Mr. Maurice Cave an who gave anti-toxic tre ne age “te agen ern SO eee ee co apvand once gv lige th ar R TT Y ote enn Aust ian it i sivies, | tions ‘tm Ach ones eek
The uropean Defence. himself, for the purpose of ex- Monique DaSilva Ramos we Oe ted in various parts of South| MOt expected to joir aati - eturn To Work ee indus\'ries,| sections of the Act, range from
. newspaper speaks for the] porting to thé TSA. handicrats el Meath, stoke. Tis tbten 2 re | America rec ently stoppage, The strike 2: , @ on page 3
gata ; Sozialistiche Reichs|in the shape of baskets rtoi } wealthy young son of . oat} - This one was spotted by Police- to union officials ill be I 2 PARIS, March 23 —=
60, e, claiming a membership of shell goods and furniture Brazilian Consul in Biarri former ss n at central headquarters there,| throughout Wallonia ar ee Premier Georges Bidauli’s ss a Se
000. Remer, who smashed the At t the exports of furniture held in prison for several weeks hey said they observed it through and will halt industry for the a: ent of fatter pay enve , a
Berlin rising timed to coincide) WouX only be in the fe m of sn NiCr eee having ur i red field glasses flying from east to The big ithert ‘ee tput bonus¢ ; for wee! -|
he form ol Li : . & Pur’ ( wes g + } ' alt will eC nu IS c K-
hy Hitler bomb plot on July |pieces and these would include his ans French iw. with a ” e . . great height, and estim- ~ eS will remaiz til the run iustries seemed ¥ Where Man ma not
West Be wevte ae bringing of | ee poxes pease nad Pini 20" hat : = oH ca The | 3 inches =a eae Oe ae Sacre EO eaaaiceen el ee Or | ’
+ e ic | ette »s of ha arge was quashed, and he w m ity orkel ave of country-w
Pact would “' into the Atlantic |" ay ee ™ released wh a i mas ; it The night before |: | cided to ; ? ‘ vs F CONDESY © Wide |
; provoke with absolute | "anging china cabinets , When inquiries produc- | B efore last in Bahia} : : exce} |
tertainty < “i a's 4 ; ed no clear evidence of : jlanca, hundreds watche ®) key workers to « I ;
y a Russian reventive It was propose > exte . ; 2% she vatched a € owe ployers were re- |
w preventive I x had be k ; } saucer, whic . domestic t > os
a |scheme to Dominic id Af a illed bation tich reportedly hovered Tele a consumers iating ll over tl
‘We have anes be) ps ae “ . After lengthy experiments | tationary in the skies f pi elephone 1 tel] vitl fo 7
of shocaing “ee longer any chance polnbaen a a "“e clu ‘ nedicine experts ir Pa a ( “hie? hours or TWO! maintain skeleton sé 9 i mit ; 1 a! ! ate i ry
= tween west or east aucts ¢ est ie Co ssione ‘niart ‘ The ) Air . y rae a .— oe fast night
The onl P A be 4 . mmissioner Courtant ¢ entire village of A Airport offic ; +} ia ad
, y chance . wiving | lands as well 48 4 he n Co d > f Arroyito| ctrike n igi aid eel industry, |
the impending oe of Oy ee ee success or failure of the ee idaan , called Benoist for +3 hehe Prov ince turned out at| . ke e! te f the strike front
: ) es ‘ F : r $ about the meas : ame time to watch the s an 36 ces kK i ’
M avoiding taking sides, < scheme was going to depend 4 ‘i. cagyres t t - re saucer, hr ' ( ack and em-|
Siving oe ae aaa ane) largely on whethes they wea Be Siivate } ot a save Madame | Co, re national observatory in| Wallonia ht put the |
. ste: owers no - q | Da Silva's life after she had } ordoba city on the followi 7 } Wasania al I ci le at « j |
pretext for br get standard high qualit zoods 2s een | e following day ) au} i 76,000
ringing west Ger- : : ys $| found in a coma.—Reuter expressed the belief : Y| midnight. Most a |
Many in to thei ; made to time and in the quanti- t elief that what} agre vi ave Uke |
* neir security plans.} . . 7 hey had see ma VU —— agreed to join the but . . ‘ 1
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strict neutrality is the only ties in which they were prom - olin naw ahded.” ab thin tee ich Railwayme: ~aaeellion sgbese ty )
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east and west becomit | , ere injur t : :
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, Barbados Advocate Corre p ; vel outhes It -
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official spokesms f the] ? ' , 7 Draft S wa enade was thrown av the _ se . ° t
eel ap kesman of the) As far as the masses ot Ants ratt 4 peaaas ee theory the perienced guides . . . linked together i J
flatly y 1an Government? today | are concerned, Baldwin's D oe vy eee f demonstratin individual â„¢ er so that each
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Geerment’s proposal for all | 0 ee hod “ins 2 19 ; , al rts said the police opened fire pacterse d by the skill, strength and
man Electi 3 " ‘ |} of celebrations on March 23, 1¥0' ‘ ‘ ‘ slice reinforcements \ de expe 2 ok cae sha s ”
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tre ” elections would be a be- | of Governor Baldwin, t s ON) an Severo from nearby cen-
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porters : e told re-| the people's champion, caris ‘ vorkers was protesting ag : 0 protect the finane .
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gd a constitutional Assembly | announcing the cancellation of th m ; today refused to allow arlicrnent | ; Ay EVE E duri the nation-wide ” see : guards not unlike those
J non 7 ’ : . 4 oa t ‘ > a » deb ; é n-wid gener; . .
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hg titution already in the| on this day. . ; : mst the next cruci é ze get aa} April it ———
rman Democratic Republic,” he There never was any enthusit I 4 rucial test of its preeariously maintaine : ae
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j added—Reuter | o°%Gr of St. Johns wa supervision sons. fos. withibe ding recognition | costs lowered : i y presented his cre+ guarantee security for the dependents of one and all
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Carib Calling

OMMANDER N. HOLBROOK,



4A VC., and Mrs, Holbrook,
1ccompanied by Mrs. V. We ury
nd Miss Trudy Sahli left Bar-

bados yesterday by B.W.I.A. Mrs
Westbury is frorn Curacao, where



her husband is head of Lloyds
agencies.

Commander and Mrs. Holbrook
and Miss Sahli have been here
for two months staying at tha
Marine Hotel, and Mrs. Westbury
who is a close friend of their
joined them there a couple of

weeks ago for a short holiday.

This is the Holbrooks’ and Miss
Sahli’s fifth visit to Barbados in
five years. However, next year
they expect to go to Kenya and
will probably visit Barbados again
in, 1952.

Commander Holbrook was:
awarded his Victoria Cross during
the First World War; he
submarine Commander.

They asked Carib to thank their
many Barbadian friends for the
wonderful time which was given
them during their stay here.

They are returning to England
via Curacao.

was a

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THIS PICTURE of Commander
third from the left,)

was taken

Here Until Sunday
ISS FLAVIA DU BOULAY,
who will be staying at Abbe-

ville Guest House until Sunday
arrived yesterday from St. Lucia
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Berkenhamy

were at Seawell to meet her. Mrs.
Berkenhamp and Miss Du Boulay
are cousins.

Paid Short Visit

Mi" R. H, GILLEAN (Jnr.) a
a manufacturer of Montreal,

Canada, returned home recently
by air after spending a short holi-
day in the colony. He was staying

Windsor Hotel.
Lightning Stay!

R. AND MRS. CYRIL
ABRAHAMS, who arrived on

at the





Saturday from England by the
“Golfito” left ye sterday by
B.W.1.A., for maica, intrai

x Nassau, the United States, and
they hope to svil from there by
the “Queen Mary”, en April
returning to England

They live in Birmingham,
England, and were guests ai thu
Ocean View Hotel.

Micciiienn colt

and Mrs. Holbrook (second and
yesterday at Seawell shortly

before they left for Trinidad intransit for Curacao and England.

Mrs. V. Westbury, on the
also accompanied (hem.

\ Former Captain Of
Lancashire County C.C,



I NORMAN ESSLEMON'
yi Director of British Caribbean
les and representative (
E Paints Lt Paint Manu
facturers in Britain nd Ml
William H. Lister, Direct ‘
Britis) Paints Ltd., arrived from
Trimidad ye by B.W.LA,, o



a short business

4%. Lister is a well known
English cricketer, and before the
war, besides being Captain of the
Lancashire County Cricket Ch

b,



also played amateur football for
Exgland

In his opinion, he told Carib,
the English eam which will
oppese the West Indies this year

is short of fast bowlers

He was at Cambridge with Mr

Ron. G Trinicadian and West

r. “The last time I

§ wa en

thes West ludies were in En zland
in 1939.’

They are here until Sunday and

are guests at the Marine Hotel,

Engaged
=e eng

agement wa

George L. (Mickey) Ch
of Mr. and Mrs. Liecester
Challenor of Buckden, St. Joseph,
to Miss Isabel Lenagan, daughter
of Maj. and Mrs. Denis Lenagan
of “Dona Zoyla’’, Golf Club Road,
Rockley

A Nurse In Yorkshire

ae her cousin
Col. O,.St Duke was Miss

June Hutchir

unced
M1

allenor,

nn¢

night betwee

sor
a

with
A
he “Golfito from
Saturday. She left
B.W.I A., t nd
Kitts with anothe
Ruth a ard at “C
Estate, St. Kitts

A nurse in Yorkshire, she
be returning by the “Ge
August



inningham

will
’ in



BY THE WAY.

of

_ Afghans the Zaminda
war district have a }
which Hazar washir sau
aran hamun, arba hamui ash
If 1 had any idea of its meaning
we should know whether there
any point in quoting it today

rover
goes

kh

Marginal Note





- critic who complimented
the new Yorkshire Symphon
Orchestra on “their ability t
is one instrument rather
au as a collection of them” did
not, of course, mean that all the
instruments make the same nois¢
That would be very tiresome. Th
ame criti complimented — th
accor ying of a pianist a
“decer liscreet it is o
sidered bad for rm for an accon
panist to draw attention to him-
self by sh outin g, or by wearing a
comic hat. At least, at a serious
concert
(TOMORROW: Two At The

Trombone
Methuish.)

by Roger and Mabel



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me left, and Miss Trudy Sabli

On Carib Holiday



Mi! AND MRS HARVEY
4 A SCHWARTZ are more or less
w beginning their Caribbean
I oliday hich brought them from
Ne York where they live, to
Barbados via Trinidad where the J
ent three day
The arrived yesterday by
B.W.J.A., and are here until Sun-
( Guests at the Ocean View
Hotel, they plan to visit Haiti,
Port-au-Prince, and Nassau, be-
fore returning to the States.
On A Routine Visit
} EV. ROBERT PIERSON, who
is in charge of the Seventh
Day Adventists in the Virgin

Islands and French Guiana arrived
yesterday by B.W.LA. and is stay-
ing at the Enmore Hotel. Also
Fresident of the Caribbean Union

of Seventh Day Adventists he is
1 a routine visit, and will be
here until Sunday
Met By His Friends
M®: G. GASSON of Tobago,
rrived yesterday by B.W.LA
o spend three weeks at Sam
Lord’s. He has never been to Bar-
idos before, and on arrival he
is met by his good friends, Sir
Thome and Lady Southorn and
lr. Harold Woolf, who have re-
cently returned from a few days’
tay in St. Lucia with the Admin-
istrator

Presentation Of Colours

7. I K PAGE, DS5.Q.
C.B.E., M.C., Commander of
Local Forces, Caribbean Area re
turned to his headquarters in
J iica yesterday by B.W.LA.,
after going to British Guiana, to
be present at the ceremony of the
presentation of Colours to the B.G
Volunteer Force by Princess Alice

He was in Barbados for three
days staying with his wife’s rela-
tions at Yorkshire Plantation. Maj
M. L. Skewes-Cox was at the
airport to see him off

By

Maison Tirlitontaine
A PROLONGED of

drinking to celebrate the sale
of a cwt. of Guatemalan oysters
to a credulous lady led the Captain
to commit an indiscretion. Asked
by a powerful baggage, whose
earrings tinkled when she moved,

session

like the bells of St. Maclou, heard
from Quiévreux on a windy night
of summer, “Have you any
chicken in aspic?” the proprietor
replied with a coarse laugh,
Heap And also fly in amber,
nigger in woodpile, spanner in
works, elephant in ointment, pig
in clover, bee in bonnet, bat in
belfry, and clergymen’s roes on
toast.” The baggage winced. “I

don’t think I understand,’
“That's just as well,” replied th
proprietor, handing the baggage a
lump of rabbit in celluloid, wrap-
ped in the racing page of an even-
ing paper. “How much?” asked
the baggage. “Four pounds three
and eight pence halfpenny” replied
Foulenough. “Give me a penny,
and we won't bother about the

she said



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Evans & Whitfields

Broad Street

Ets
PALM AND OLIVE OIL SOAP
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COLGATES’ HALO SHAMPOO
35 Cts. a Bottle

“P THESE

BARGALYVS!

Educational Adviser
M®*. AND MRS. J. L. NICO)
left yesterday for St. Lucie
by
Mr. Nicol
to Colonial Development and Wel-
fare,

Hope To Return

R. AND MRS, A. MAYBEE of
Oakville, Ontario, returned

to Canada by the Lady Nelson yes-
‘erday morning. They came down
here about two weeks ago on their

first visit to the island and like it

so much that they hope to come
again.

Mr. Maybee is a retired manager
of the Canadian Bank of Commerce
in Calgary. Alberta.

To Meet Aircraft

R. GEORGE ADAMS, repre-
sentative of Hunting Aero
Surveys left for St. Lucia yester-
day by B.W.1.A., to meet the air-
craft which will be used in the
urvey of Dominica, and which
was expected to arrive in St.
Lucia yesterday. He hopes to
begin work tomorrow.

Canadian Medico Leaves

D*® AND MRS. E. K. LYON of
Leamington, Ontario, Canada,
veturned home yesterday morning
by the Lady Nelson after spendins

enjoyable holiday. It was their
‘hird visit which they spent as
guests at the Ocean View Hotel.

Returns Home via

Trinidad

ME: GEORGE CAMACHO of
Georgetown, B.G., after
holiday of over six weeks, left
Barbados yesterday by B.W.1A
for Trinidad where she will !x«
staying for a couple of weeks be-
fore returning home. Staying at the
Hastings Hotel she also had
wonderful week at the Crane.

Work Has Commenced

R, CLARENCE O’NEAL, who
returned from St. Lucia yes-
terday by B.W.I.A., told Carib that
with regard to the building cf
of Castries, work has commenced
on the sewerage system. He was
away for a couple of days’ holi-
day and was staying with friends
“Reduit” Estate at Gros Islet.

Arrived by the ‘‘Nelson”

nm PB. L. SHAW, Chief

Accountant for Booker's
British Guiana is back in Barb
dos for a holiday

a

He is on his way to England fo!
his long leave, and has been in|
British Guiana for three years

He arrived on the “Lady Nelson”,
and is staying at Cacrabank.

With Bookers {n B.G.

R.
FALCONER and
daughter “Penny” have arrived at
Barbados for a holiday and are
guests at ‘“Cacrabank.”
Mr. Falconer is an Engineer and
is Mechanical Tillage Co-Ordina-
tor for Bookers, British Guiana.

A Bungalow At Heron
ss c

Beach
M’
Margaret Robertson,

F. EDWARDS, Mrs.

and her

daughter Mrs. Walter Vaughn left

Barbados yesterday, for New|

York, via Antigua, St. Thomas and

Puerto Rico. Mrs. Vaughn arrived

here on December 1, 1949., and her
mother on January 1.

They were joined by Miss
Edwards, who is from Michigan
at the beginning) of March. Sh
was their guest at a renee on
Heron Beach, St. James.
Robertson, is from be Siete al
Mrs. Vaughn lives in New Yorks
City. This is their first visit

Barbados

BEACHCOMBER

‘Have you weigh-
bage: ge. ‘No
Tt; WwW ouldn’t

odd halfpenny”. ‘
ed it?” asked the
said Foulenough,
improve matters.” “But surely you
weigh things?” she _ per
“What good would that do?” as
ed the proprietor with a grin



k-

Literary Note

‘ewe say that a xc

praised the wrong nove
defended himself before a pub-
lisher the other day by complain-
ing that the jacket had been stolen
before he was given the book
He therefore had no ‘blurb’ to go
on.

R‘
here to keep an eye on Russian
spies find that, unknown to them
Russia has sent other agents to
spy on the agents themselves.
The whole difficulty for pur own
Secret Service is to do the decent
thing.

In Passing

JSSIAN agents sent to Eng-

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COPYING PENCILS
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WASH CLOTHS
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ADVOCATE

THESE YOUNG LADIES in their very attractive costumes are
seen dancing the Polka at Madame Bromova’s Dance Recital

which took place at the Empire

Theatre last night.

The Tiny Tots Had It
All Their Way

Hundreds of cars encircled the
entire block of vhe Empire Theatre
yesterday afternoon and again
last night, as the two perform-
ances of Madame _ Bromova’s

Dance Recital were thoroughiy
enjoyed by the large audiences
attending the two shows. His

Excellency the Governor and Mrs.










Savage were at the evening’s
recital.

To single out any one of the
4ances for special mention is in-

ed a diffic task, so very pretty
ere the costumes and so graceful
were the performers in this full
programme of almost every vari-

vy of dance from t et to Mexi-
ean, Russian, Spanish, Welsh,
Dutch and Gipsy Dances

The opening number was simple
nd typical of the routine exer-
cises which the pupils learn in
heir regular classes each week.
The little fairies who followed
this number were viny darlings
end won the affection of the en-
tire audience the moment they

need onto the stage. So also
lid the litvle girls in their colour-
ful costumes and sun shades, who
lanced the Gavotte

The Classical number, with
Allison Alkins, Rosemary Burke,
Margo Dowding and Phyllis Fitz-
patrick was delightfully perform-



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AND THE

CLUB MORGAN'S ORCHESTRA

SATURDAY NIGHT March 25th

Dancing from 9 to all hours—$1.00

We are generating our own electricity, so there would be light



ed,
followed

and the Daisy Chain

soon afterwards was

again a triumph for the tiny tots, |

who even when they missed a step
here and there only added charm
to these very dainty little folk.

The Picture Gallery then fol- |
lowed; Ann Bayley as Nell!
Gwynne was excellent and her
costume magnificent. The two

bathing belles of the old -days in|}

their quaint old fashioned bathing
suits, caps and pants below the
knees, frolicked on the beach and
splashed each other with water
much to the amusement of the
crowd. Then June Knight’s im-

pression of a tennis burlesque
dance was another big hit as she]
dashed from one side of the stag

the other smashing at the imag-
inary ball.

to

Perhaps the highlight
recital was the pupils’ rendering
of “Summer Storm,” which was ‘fn |
Part 3 of the programme.

It was a _ simple little
about butterflies, the wind,

of

birds and huntsmen; presumably
deep inside a great forest The
young performers each in their
effective costumes interpreted
their parts very well

Seale especially,

3ird and the two other’ birds



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ROSEMARY LANE

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Across
t. A nice cult to instil into one.
(9)
Y However sma'! make it @ zero.
(4)
10 You'll find she’s worth some-
thing in India, (4)
| 12 To abuse this would be singular
| hard lines (4)
} 14 Sugge: the close proximity o!
a bull. (5)
15 His looks are not nice. (5) S AT
16. Praise in return. (4) THE BARBADO A U IC CLUB
| 1% Equably tempered certainly
not 5
19 May be obriquet. or possibly





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23 contains oore om ene
“ rs wine, (8) (Local & Visiting Members Only)
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Peasants Are
- Dissatisfied

, question relative to the pric«

+ peasant proprietors and
il cultivators generally with

a t> the price paid for the

ree wid 1949 cane crops was
‘hy Mr. W. A. Crawford (C.)
tabler meeting of the

q san ay’s
rs - Me Arsembly .
The text of the que
ts Government unaware of
‘fact that Seneiceree pints
i xxists on the part of
et proprietors and small
‘ators generally with regard
ae prices paid for the 1948
: 1949 cane crops.
9, Is Government unaware that
‘mated from available figures
to the total value of a ton of
r, the average costs of manu-
4peturing raw, muscovado sugar
| gnd fancy molasses, other produc-
costs and the average recov-
of sugar factories, the prices
for canes during these two
(2) years are less than what the
of sugar would . have
led?
= Fair Price
3. Does Government propose to
fake any steps to guarantee that
an equitable price is paid for canes
reaped during the present crop?
4. If the answer to Question
No. 3 be in the negative, will
’ Government state the reasons
”

" In consequence of the cir-
dinences that

(a) Dr. C. Y. Shephard in his
Report on the sugar indus-
try of Barbados has recom-
mended since 1947 that the
standard cost of manufac-
turing sugar should be
revised annually;

, (b) that a Committee of both
Houses of the Legislature
which was appointed to
consider his Report has
recommended “that the
Government should itself
collect and analyse the data
from which the economic
condition of the largest if
not the only industry in the
colony can be continuously
exhibited.”

(c) the Government’s allega-
tion that there is at present
no suitable officer available
to undertake the detailed
Statistical work which
would be necessary in order

, 0 calculate standard costs
on the lines proposed by
Dr, Shephard;

Will the Government take ste;

immediately to implement the

~ | commendation of the Committce
othe Legislature under reference,

to the appointment of
tural Economist on the
_ Department of Agri-

suion 1 as

6, If the answer to Question 5
- F te in the negative, will the Gov-
~ please state the reasons

UN. Tells Britain
Abolish Whipping

_ GENEVA, March 23.
The United Nations Trusteeship
l to-day recommended that
should abolish whipping
@® soon as Etreme in the
Ns, pproving a report
= General Assembly on Brit-
administration of the
meen during 1948, the Council
Commended Britain for the
made in the Cameroons,

‘ut urged “immediate gieps to
e the inadequacy of
ties” and educational facili-
—Reuter.









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S dedicated
peace,
“America” he said

- “has already
disarmed :

to the extent—in

as . some
airections even beyond the ex-
tent—that I am deeply concerned

for her pre

sent safety,"
relérring

Obviously
to Russia





‘ General

Eisenhower said that y henever

one power “builds and m

tains military machine be-

yond the recognised need of rea-
lane

security, a war of ag
on remains a constant threa
to peaceful nations”,

Absurdity

Eisenhower



eres:

General cautionec

against “a tendency to write off
our friends in the western nation
because they are weak in nun
bers and weapons”

The United States, he added
must be able to help its allie

well as defend itself,
It was “repugnant

\ absurdity
to give up hopes for

peace” be-
cause there is one towering force
in the world that often seems

bent upon engulfing as much ter-



ritory and as many people as
can, \

“It is far better to risk a war
of possible annihilation thar grasp
a peace which would be the cer-
tain extinction of free man’s
ideas and ideals,”

Let us not delude ourselves,”
General Eisenhower said. “that, in
1950, the establishment f real



peace is merely a matter of ‘very
important personages’ 0; igning
papers.

“An ensuring world peace mus

be founded on justice, opportunity
and freedom for all men of good
will, be maintained in a climate
of international — uriderstandin:
and co-operation: be free
militaristic menace, and
ported by an accepted and
specied police power representin
‘ll nations,

General Eisenhower als¢
that while the world situatio
“far better

from
be sup-



than most of us
mally judge” weaknéss in the fac:
of Soviet strengin was “well nig!
as criminal as tself.”
—Reuter

Jumps From
“Whispering
Gallery”

VATICAN CITY, March



An ex-officer of the Italia
Force to-day threw himself off
the “Whispering Galler, 200 fee
up in the giant dome of Sair
Peter’s Basilica.

But as if miraculously, he



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imilar to this may be built in Barbados in the near future.

Freneh Police 400 Families Evacuate
Hold Woman Flood Threatened Town

Communist

ink PARIS, March 22,
. rhe Marseilies police detained
Madame Mireille Dumont, French
Communist



senator, for several

fours last night after a clash be-

ween striking dockers and the
police,

one id she wanted to “share

tne fate of my comrades” and

uld not take advantage of her



parliamentary nmunity,

Police have kept in custody for
questioning se¥eral of the people
irrested with Madame Mireille

Che clash began when police
ried to break up a “more wages”

emonstration by the Communist-





fed dockers’ union Logs were
thrown at the police from the
indoOws of the Union Office
Police OKe down the office door
ted 40 people, including
ials present. A police-
injure:

re tension on the strike
y ease vith the return t

ri} f teel trikers, most 0

r ive been idle for nearly
Stee r uid last night

i figure which stoo
+00,000 a fortnight ago was
200,000. But 5,500 assistant
Ker last night vote; con-
tinue the strike, and the situation
as unchanged in the water, gas,
and electricity industries. Elec-













mained suspended, alivesand un. ‘icity str rs yesterday sabotag-
hurt, dangling only a few metres ©4 three s plants and
from the marble floor near th. nigh ire near Caen,
Papal Altar, Normandy
Pilgrims kneeling in prayer in scatterecl coal strikes continued
the Basilica screamed as he ‘
hurtled down from. the dome The Civil Servants Union last
T he man, 28-year-old Franco night sued communique ex-
Zuckroni, had taken the precau-» pressi profound discontent”
oats of tying a rope under his with the present state of salaries
aa “— 7 i. ay bars of the.jjn offices
Ballery before 1@ climbed onto
the railings and jumped | —Reuter.
As Zuckroni fell two ttex
dropped from his pocke One
was addressed to Pope P XII.¢, W ] ; >} A to l
The other to the Italiar ress, © ooiwieh Arsena
They asked the world ‘Ne
notice of his desperate Damaved By k re
and, if the rope held, to give © *
work. LONDON, March 2:
He was taken into custody 4 eriously damaged a
Vatican Gendarme and handec ore Tice building in .
over to the Italian Police Wool l, the i
The inner galle ry round Saint* ( c ic factory i
Peter's dome favourite spot, I i the earl
for suicides The whole churc!
had to be _ reconsecrated astt er jured be-
August, when a 28-year-old Ital-} brought under
ian school teacher crashed fror I hour fte1
the dome onto the steps of the rte h Arsenal lies o1
Papal altar.—Reuter «the soutl the Thames.





Barbados,

this

TE







AMPHIBIOUS “DUCKS” and Australian army lorries students and

ran an allnight shuttle service to evacuate

from Wagga Wagga, a town

South Wales’ worst flood area.

MELBOURNE, March 22.

400
of 15,000 in the centr
One third of the population

amilhes

VO\

had been cleared from the danger areas by noon.

Four Farmers
Object To U.S.
Congress Move

WASHINGTON, March 23.
Officials of four major United
States farm organisations today
opposed a Congressional move t
substitute farm surpluses for cash

in the European Recovery Pro-
gramme. In a joint letter to
Congress, they said the move
would “lend substance to the
Russian claim that America

using the Economie Co-operation
Administration for the purpose of
jumping its farm surpluses.”

The House of Representatives
Foreign Affairs Committee had cut
$1,000,000,000 from the
$2,950,000,000 requested by the
E.C.A., and substitute an equiva-
lent amount of surplus farm
products. The Bill is due for de-
bate by the House itself tomorroy

—Reuter.

2 Acquitted On
Fascist Charge

LONDON, March 23.
Two men alleged to be Fascists
were acquitted at the Central
Criminal Court here today of
causing “mischief” at a London
cinema, when the Palestine film
‘Sword In The Desert’ was shown



The film, which shows Jewish
terrorists throwing a grenade at
British occupation troops wa

taken off after an uproar at the
cinema, where it was shown only
once,

Clapping from the back, th«
court greeted the not guilty’
verdict on the two men, 25-yeai
old John Cook and 50-year old
Bertram Pile.

It was stated that both had
been members of the Union
Movement of Sir Oswald Moseley,
said to be “violently anti-Jewish

Cook denied being

Fascist
and denied throwing fireworks in-
‘he cinema. Reuter.



siae



Czech Refugees
Trained As Spies

PRAGUE,
Czechoslovak Interior Minister
Vaclav Nosek to-day allegec
that Czech political refugees wer
being trained as spies in western
camps and sent back equipped
with American and German mad
apons,
Presenting his Defence and Se-

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ee said he
protecting the

March 2%





curity Estimates—about a tenth

of the total Czech budget M

had the task of

regime against

“the violent attacks of the allied
class enemies”,

“Cases were established” M

Nosek said, “in which certai:

western diplomats equipped ter-
rorists with radio
transmitters”,

M. Nosek said all who offended
against “even though
they be dressed in priestly
ittire would be dealt with accord-
ing to the law.—( Reuter.)

weapons and

the law
may



“ATOMISED” TREES

MONTREAL, March

treés can be “atomised

Sumulate their growth, according

to Dr, I. R. Thiesmeyer, President

of the Pulp and Paper Research

Institute, who formerly specialised
in atomic research,

He told 700 delegates to a con-
ference on pulp and paper that
atomic techniques could be put vo
good use in the regeneration, nu-
triion and stimulation of tree
growth.

The income that might come to
the industry from the application
of radio





i active-material would
| more than pay the entire bill for
| atomic development to date

—Reuter.

(Oil Well Enguifedâ„¢By Fire









| EDMONTON, March 2

| Fire today engulfed a Pacific

} petroleum compafly weli in the

{Ee Oil FPield. 15 milk

j n : f here The

| ames nich could be ea

| rile melted thi ‘

| derrick, and injured thre

; npany officials said the blaz

) Started from a spark at the we
he Experts were rushing

“1 ene, —Reuter.

But police warned that the
township would all be under water

by this afternoon and reports
indicated that the worst of the
flood was still to come. The Mur-
rumbidge River was overflowing
the giant Burrinjuck dam at the
rate of 1,000,000 gallons a second

damaging the
severely.

Business people in Wagga Wagga
were frantically building parapets
with cement, bricks and sanc-
bags to halt debris swept down by

powerhouse



the swirling waters
Over 100 train passengers on
their way vo the federal capital

Canberra spent the night in their
carriages, marooned 30 miles from
journey’s end

Canberra threatened
cut in two by the rising waters of

was to be



the river, which h already sub
merged all buv' one of the bridges
connecting the two parts of the
town

Widespread damage to fruit
‘Tops Was weported from the fer-
tule Goulburne valley in Victoria
and new flood dangers were ex-
pected from ‘he headwaters of
the snowy river in Queensland

Near Wagga Wagga, local radio

stations were issuing bulletins and

directing co-operation with the
wardens,
The full force of the swirling

Murrumbidge River was not ex-
pected for 48 hours, when accord-
ing to police repors, the water
will lie 7 feet deep in many parts
of the town. Refugees are being
accommodated cnoois ana a
convent teuter,



London Gets Touch
Of Pageantry

LONDON, March 23

Another touch of pageantry

re-





turned to London to-day when
two new Ambassadors, Dr. Soe-
bandrio, of Indonesia and Don
Gonzalo Zaldumbide of Ecuador,
drove to Buckingham » in
tate to pre heir letter of
credence. to King George VI It
was the first time since befort
the war Royal horse drawn lan-
dau, driven by scarlet cloaked
top-hatted coachmen, had been
sent to take Ambassadors to the
Palace.

Until now, motor cars had been
used. The Marshal of the Diplo-
matic Corps, travelled with each
of the new envoys, #7ho went te
the Palace at an hour’s interval



A second landau carrying Mem-
bers of the Ambassadors’ staff
made up in each case of a small

colourful procession

—(Reuter.)



15 Policemen
Injured

ROANNE, March 23.
Fifteen Policemen were injured,

two seriously, and 23 arrest
were made to-day vhen about
1,500 people tried to prevent

tanks and other war
ing taken from th«

material be-
irsenal to the

railway station at Roanne, Cen-
tral France.

A crowd gathered in response
to Communist leaflet and threw
stones at Police and Republica:
security guards





Selassie Wants
Eritrean
Solution

LONDON, March
he Emperor of Ethiop‘a,
el:

23.
Haile
sie told a special correspon-



nt of The Times that the Eri-
ean Problem “must be solved
nmediately, if further unrest

were to be avoided in East Africa.
The special correspondent, cabling
from Addis Ababa yesterday, re-
orted the Emperor as saying
that he would “accept the wishes

f the Eritrean people in regard

» the political future of the terri-

ry, but he would reject trustec-

if it were proposed |
Nations
would
1al decision.”

The art
would be considered
f Italfan meddling 8

e inhabitants were apparent
1e Emperor said.

“The Emperor considered
return to Italy of So
myjust utrage. No effort
had beer. to consider the
vishes of inhabitants, and
Ethiopian national secur ty had
been ignored



a
United

e@use

Com
only



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it

postpone




mn of



aa

vhat
yaliland was
and an
made
the

—Reuter.



Belgium’s Privy
Council Meet

@ from page !
hey will be staging a
gainst Leopold’s return,
At Brussels University, 4,000
300 professors have
uspend studies for a

strike

« gr ee i to
aay.
“Stop Leopold” Meeting
In Liege, the heart of “free Wal-
lonia’”’ M. Andre Retnard, Secre-
tary General of the Socialist
ominated General Federation,
leclared at a “stop-Leopold”
meeting, “Let Belgium’s unity
verish so that Wallonia may live”.
he added, “It is possible that to-
morrow we shall come face to face
with troops and gendarmes in the
sweets of our Walloon towns.
If this happens we shall hold

fast. It is for Wallonia, whose
freedom is at stake, that we are
fighting now.

“In this fight, the Socialist

Unions throughout Wallonia con-
titute the general staff of the
fighting force’. Paul Segers
Catholic Minister of Communica-

tions in the Caretaker Govern-
ment tonight appealed to tram-
vaymen, railwaymen, telephon«

and velegraph workers and posta!
vorkers not to take part in
strike

the

The Social Christian (Catholic)
Party tonight denied the Privy
Couneil’s right to “displare the
esponsibility of the solution ~f
the Belgian crisis” this respons-
ibility, a communique said, lic
solely with Parliament.

Following meeting of the
Catholic Executive, M. Auguste
De Schryin, former chairman of
the Party and wartime Cabinet
Minister said, “The meeting of the
Minister of State this afternoon is
a sheer waste of time. The opin-
ions of those, who compose this

body, are known beforehand. It
; not an official institution.
—Reuter.

Acheson Studies
U.S. Aid For Asia



|

‘PAGE THREE

Menzies Aets , Pakistan Asked To
Relieve Hindu
Refugees

NEW DELH!,..Adaran.23.
The Government of, India has





@ From Page 1 a
death for treason to various termsy
of imprisonment. ’

The Act covers offences on a
federal level over and above?
laws, already applied by individ-s a <
ual States requesied the Government of Pak-

Strikes in the rich coaliields off stan to provide relief to. Hindu
northern New South Wales dur-{ Tefugees rendered homeless in. dis-



ing the past three weeks have turbances in and areund Dacca,

threatened a crisis in the stee]%:t was learned here today.

industry. Official reports recéived in New
The miners struck after com- Delhi said that acute distress pre-

plaining that the ceilings of mine
tunnels were too low for safety.
Tramwaymen in Victoria have
been on s‘vrike since february 22
lemandiig higher wages.

vailed among refugees, wnose

properties were staved.to have

been confiscated while they them-

selves were intimidated by “hooli-
” —Reuter.



gans










Rolling Strikes GENERAL BRADLEY
In h. statement, Menzies refer- FOR THE HAGUE
ed specifically to the series of | WASHINGTON, Mareh 23.
“rolling strikes”, which have; Gen. Omar 3radley. Chairman
een disorganising shipping on | of the American Joint Chiefs of
he Queensland waterfront. He | stay few off for The Hague to-

said that Communist leaders had




r defence talks with the
developed this strike technique, | : Pact nations,—Reuter,
in which workers come out at one | ° : a
point as strikers return else- macmost
where,

He declared the state of affairs |
vas intolerable. He said _ that |
Communist officials had been the
ving-leaders in the Brisbane dis- |
pute, Twelve ships were already |

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Appealing to the Trades

tomor-

Union |








Movement Menzies — said: “Tt | RN NN
vould be the supreme tragedy of | .
‘ ry— ;

\ustralian industrial history Don’t be ~~ y : oa
he Trades Union Movement took! Be safe using Amolins ese
s enemies to be its leaders, eh * Prevents perspiration oders
1aa*® a common cause’ with :

* t harm clothes
veople who are in every sense | * Doe not he ;
1ot only strangers, but bitter | * Dees not irritate skin
‘nemies to the great traditions of |

\ustralian Democracy.

oR

ees ie



Menzies reaa in aetail to the | § i oi se) ae
House the section of the Crimes | nT
Act laying down penalties for DON'T NEGLECT LiIFFEE BYRNS

}
ersons convicted of “taking part |
n inciting, aiding or coaeren et
ny lockout strike or continuance

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f lockout or strike, affecting the | u N yy Uj c N ae ay i
ransport of goods or passengers | ee
rr any public service No half-way me es co ey

Persons convicted f ucl do what scothing sent ae
offences are liable erms of UNGUENTINE will do ¢ 4B
mprisonment up = 12 onth © Retievi PAIN fort ag
nd if not born in Australia, are A
iable to deportation senoutinricion «SMG

There were cries af Hear F , Re
fear” fron the ene es t 1

ies ended hi tateme! hick A NORWICH Oo
1d been mace pecial leave eens ao

—-Reuter.

Commonwealth
Talks In Canberra

March 23. |
are |

LONDON,

Commonwealt! countries

iscussing pial fou Viinisterial
Conference on Southert Pacific |
nd Far Eastern problems at Can- ;
erra in May, authoritative -
ers here said today ,
The Conference would not be atl {/
-xrime Ministerial level, and tha']
Foreign Secretaries of the Com

mnonwealth nations would not ne-
‘essarily take part. Its purpose |
vould be to continue discussions
of Far Eastern problems from the



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point where they were c
Commonwealth Foreign Ministers INDIAN
Conference in January,—--Reuter. ROOT
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WASHINGTON, March 23, | ae gs 5¢ YEARS
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[he American Secretary of State, Dean Acheson, and inis| if
leading advisers on Far ist | BEWARE OF WORMS!
Affairs began an intensive new ae family is proteated: with

study today of United States Aid|

measures for South-east Asia.

sador at large Philip C. Jessup

, jand the Assistant Secretary of

Officials said the means of
bolstering the new French sup-
ported state of Vietnam against

become

~Reuter

Communist pressure has
the most urgent matter



APPEAL FOR ECONOMIC
UNION OF W, EUROPE

STRASBOURG, March 23

An urgent appeal for Economi
Union of Western Europe wa
addressed to-day to the Genera
Affairs Committee of the Euro
pean Consultative Assembly hei

y «a delegation from the Euro
pean Affairs Committee of th
international Chamber of Com

nerce,—Reuter,



Set Free To Die

DETROIT, Mich., March 23

A broken old woman was freea
from prison to-day to join he
family and die. She is Mrs. Min-
nie Lambert, 62, who spent the
Jast 18 years behind bars for th
passion slaying of her husband

BETTER FACILITIES
FOR DUTCH COWS

THE DUTCH AUTHORITIES are

tions for
a case, where 183 out of 847

it is announced here today
In

THE HAGUE, March 23.
drafting new regula-

accommodation on Dutch cattle boats, following

cows died on the way to Peru

reply to questions by theto be referring to 847 Frisian
abour member. of the second cows, worth about 15,000,000
Chamber, Mr, S” A. Posthumus, guilders, shipped to Peru on the
the Dutch Minister of Agricul- 2,600 ton Dutch ship “Eendracht”
ture, Fisheries and Food, Mr. in the middle of December last

S. L. Mansholt, described the case
as “absclutely unallowable” and
apparently due to ‘insufficient ac-
ommocation and care on »ooeard
He said that he d confirma -
n of the percer







ng the cows from the th
ands Minister in 1 a He was
inable to confirr j gure of 11
urvive i lves rn
Doar : ro f



Good Name

These incidents the Ministe1
ays cause serious harm to Hol-
land’s good name as a cattie-
exporting country.’

The Minister understood



year,

The cattle belonged to the
“Banca Agricola” of Peru, and
were part of a total of 3,000 head
bought during a visit by some of
its representatives to Friesland.

It was reported later from
Leeuwarden that cattle breed -rs
there had learned that 150 of the
animals had died on the way.

The Shipping Company of
ames Smith and Sons of Rotter-

whose service the “Een-
acht” was running, when asked

omment, said the cause could
not have been the length of the
which had been shorter
than estimated

ourney

— (Reuter.)



}
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BARBADUS teal ADVOGATE

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Publianed ) Th Advocate Co Utd, 34, Broad St., Bridgetowl
Friday, March 24, 1950
ie . y
Opportunity

IF anyone off Barbados a chance to

lars and to relieve unemployment
by the addition of a minor industry, the
chance must be taken.

The offer is being made.

Mr. Ronald Tree, whose name is known
throughout financial circles in the United
Kingdom and the United States, is so im-
pressed by the high quality of craftsman-
ship in Barbados, that he is sponsoring an
attempt to sell Barbadian and Dominican
products in the United States.

Elsewhere in this issue the details of the
proposed scheme are outlined by Mr. Tree,
and it is for Barbadians to decide whether
the opportunity provided is to be taken.

Mr. Tree’s initiative and the enthusiasm
shown by local merchants deserve success,
and the craftsmen of Barbados deserve
encouragement. There will be no success
(only failure) unless the Government of
Barbados unreservedly throws in_ its
weight in support of the proposed new
minor industry.

Private enterprise and private initiative
will be rewarded and the economy of Bar-
bados strengthened only if the Govern-
ment is prepared to follow the lead set by
Trinidad and Jamaica in giving the bene-
fits of tax remission for at least the first
five years to the proposed new industry

No higher compliment could be paid to
Barbados—the people of Barbados—than
that paid by Mr. Tree when he publicly
praises not only here but in the United
States and in many other countries, the
high quality of Barbadian craftsmanship.
Mr. Tree speaks from personal knowledge
since most of the furniture in his Barba-
dian home was made by local craftsmen.

Nor can his interest in the potential

market of Barbadian pottery be lightly
dismissed. Mr. Tree’s name in the financial
world is so great that his expression of

bitter disappointment over the rejection
by the Legislative, Council of the Resolu-
tion to expand the pottery industry is a
subject for concern

Barbados needs every kind of industry
that it can attract, to complement, not
replace, its earnings from sugar.

The problems of Barbados can only be
cold-shouldering,
every opportunity for expanding its limited

met by welcoming, not

economy. .
The scheme outlined by Mr. Tree is (sub-
ject to Government support) a scheme that

will benefit Barbados. It is not a rash
promise to solve all the problems of the
island h there any great fanfare
made by Mr. Tree. He is very modest and
careful to emphasise that the scheme is
experimental In his opinion (and his
most aluable) Barbados can

and relieve its unemployment,

cheme i uccessful. The scheme

i icceed with the support of the
Government. At this stage no prediction
is possible as to the future. But one thing
is certain. Barbados owes already a great
debt to Mr. Ronald Tree for the great inter-
est he has shown in the potentialities of
Barbadian craftsmen. He may with jus-

tice be described as a patron of West Indian

craftsman and if his recognition of their
latent ability should lead to an improve-
ment in their economic status this fact
alone will be worthy of gratitude. If a sub
stantial earning of dollars should result
from the initiative of Mr. Tree and the co
operation of local merchants, the Govern-
ment of Barbados and the Government of

the United Kingdom will also have bene
fited.

It is not too much to say that the success
or failure of the scheme depends on the
support of the Government of Barbados

Surely it will be generously given

For unless that support is given a warn-
ing to the craftsmen will be premature
That warning is so serious, however. that
early notice is wise. It was given by Mr
Tree when he emphasised that America
would buy high standard goods, provided
that they arrive on time. Shipping arrange-
ments are considered adequate, but unless
craftsmen support the scheme by produc-
ing their goods when they are wanted.
they will ruin their own chances and no
amount of governmental support will save
the scheme. But if the warning is taken to
heart in good time, why should there be
failure ?

OUR READERS SAY:
Slnnitiaicameeee,

U.K. Consumer Does Seem To Benefit









To The Editor, The Advocate, certain statements made in your authority only over the branches Australian Commonwealth can- At present the ability of the and especially those who are re-
SIR,—In a recent debate in the to-day’s paper by Mr. W. D. of government explicitly confided not do. On the other hand, the islands to dispense with grants in sponsible for vae indifferent treat-
House of Assembly, some doubt Hall regarding conditions in to them, and all others are reserv- federation as planned would pre- aid from the United Kingdom ment of those bread vendors, and
was expressed regarding the England I am in a position to ed to the organs of the constituent cede the attainment of full Dom- cannot be certainly foreseen. The | hope that the authorities have
truth of the statement that the state that you can buy States. This is the opposite princi- inion status, and in the inter- committee, however argues with seen it and that they will do alli
rate of freight on sugar from Bar- Clothes—any amount, sweets, ple to that adopted by Canada in mediate phase the powers of ‘the some force that the combination in their power to make an adjusv-
bados_ to the U.K. had been sugar, soap, (ration sufficient), 1867 (under the influence of a Federal Government would be of the islands into a larger ment.
reduced while outward freight chickens—no permit required to reaction against the United States limited not only by the rights economic unit will help them to I am surprised to know that the
rates had increased The rates of keep plenty outs the Constitution provoked by its of the units but by those iuektoee attain collective self-sufficiency, Commission for selling bread and
freight on sugar to the U.K., large try). Paint troubles in the then recent civil to the Governor-General ‘acting and that federation, which makes Cakes is still the same as it was
cco “ ae F sont the } re is necessary to buy in war) In Canada the limited on instructiogs from the Gov “n- a larger political unit, is a power: 10 years ago, when the cost of
; Re ali Barhod ng woe moderate qu Terma, vis coe is vid of the provinces ment of the “United Kingdom ful engine in promoting economic ae oe a to - an ex-
‘ 1 refining ar are as fol- 5 Se ee ean ° Roe ene owe! be longs to The report faces what has not combination. Thus federal in- | at, ne egg BNGOT has |
Vatlonalised Banks? Federal Government. Follow- been faced by some West Indian dependence is the remote goal, Pointed out that the hiring of an |
ve eee ed To The Editor, The Advocat ne uselian general pattern, federalists, the reason why this dependent federation the longest assistant and crediting have to
MH ' , d te, I scheme advocated by the tutelage through the Governor- step on the way.” come out of his commission, yet
1950-—-56/3 per tor SIR,—Lord Listowel has had Closer Association Committee General is nécessary. No nation i READER the management claims they work
The I r ( I | ce. Thi: what the res makes a division of powers on has a right to independence aii od * for a gvod salary He has also
freight been report ( in’ passing printed a map rather similar lines, though in it can pay its own way in the Bread stated how some of them work
7 I ‘ he hav West Indies whi h h wed W 1 : it seems to give the world c ee To The Editor, The Advocate, ox tne a an re = wank
‘ nly) had c G ent greater It is of anal SIR The tte Hii ; ; midays all t are ugh the rain anc
( id l h t \ustralia, For that the a ; a ty age ome § in ¢ One has told me that there |
I ent tak t ied should re aoe rr a . - a i ms ompensation for vyhem wher
” tre ‘ est t A
4
p tna
e pa iis Majest { LETTERS which are signed with a nom-de—plume, but un
t accompanied by the customary bona fides, will be ignored
Conditions In England i . Many such reach the Editor's desk each week and readers

TN















Gonged

NO longer am I in a po
blame Mr 3evin over
Burma folly. Not since my
to the Golden Pagoda this m«
hat proved to me that I am jt

|as bad as he is,

I had just stepped out
foot, as the law
the

ition ¢

marble and gold courtyard

| Chere, praying at the shrine of
man.
| He was a peasant judge by his
| dress, probably from one of the

| Luddha, kne't an old, old

rebel-occupied villages outside
| Rangoon.

Above him, sheer and im-
| mediate, spiralled the massive,
twisting tower of the Pagoda

into the blue sky.
The old man on his knees held
; out his hands to the shrine, clasp-
ing in them a bunch of crimson
carnations, a votive offering to his
God. He began to chant in a high-
pitched old man’s voice.
“What is he saying’? I asked a
friend who speaks Burmese. “He
| is praying for peace,” he said, and
| translated the prayer for me.

“Enlightened One,” the old man
| was chanting, ‘Lord of the Thirty-
|one Worlds, Master of the Four
| Truths, Attainer of the Nirvana,
| Most Glorious Lord Buddha, I
}and all those of my village who
| have sent me—beseech Thee: bring

' peace once more and order and
obedience of law to our stricken
| land.”

And then it happened. Sud-
denly a loud clang interrupted
the old man’s prayer. I looked
round

In a corner beside a glass case

filled with rupee notes a gloomy
young man was wielding a gong.
He clanged the gong again, staring
|}at me malevolently

Three times more he clanged
his gong, each time more loudly
and angrily. “He’s gonging you,”
said my friend “You must put

something in his money box.”
Dragon's Yawn

OBEDIENTLY I slipped a rupee
through the slit in the box, suit-
| ably enough got up in the image
of a yawning dragon.

A rupee, however,

was not

enough. The gloomy young man
did not utter a word, but loudly
clanged the gong again until I
parted up with some more

It was the same at other shrines
By the time I left I had paid out
six rupees. And not a word of
thanks did I receive, just clang
and glares asking for more

As I drove away I realised I
had no right to criticise Mr. Bevin

any more. I had succumbed
the same treatment. I had been
gonged for cash, and I had paid
up.

The parallel went even further
|Had I bought a packet of .gold
leaf at one of the on the
|stairway and presented that, I
|should have had the

stalls

satisfaction
jof knowing that my money was
| being used to preserve the golden



his latest
visit

— bare-
demands—from
shadows of the long, covered
| Stairway into the dazzling, sunlit,

climbing high, golden and smooth,



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Pagoda

ity Sefton Delmer

beauty of the Pagoda.

But, like Mr. Bevin, I had
offered my cash “without strings.’
I had attached no conditions as
to how it was to be used, stipu-
lated for no services to be render-
ed in return.

The only difference between us
is that where I gave six of my
own rupees, Mr. Bevin is offering
the Burmese Government
£3,750,000 of your money and my
money.

The £3,750,000 is the United
Kingdom taxpayers’ contribution
to the £6,000,000 Commonwealih
loan which Mr. Bevin at the
Colombo conference persuaded the
Dominions to join him in offering
3urma.

How we did it I cannot con-
ceive. For Burma’s Socialist-led
Government have:—

1 Repudiated all community of
interest with the Commonwealth;

2 Expropriated a number of

British firms, and sabotages and
obstructs the trade of those British
and Indians remaining in the

country;

Where The Rupees
Will be
Disappearing



3 Expelled from its civil service
all but a handful of the trainea

Burmese and Indian officials who} cet out by
had served in the highly efficient) ,nq ,
Burmese civil service under the} Medical Advisers to the D
British (and thus reduced the Ad- |
ministration to an incredible level |

of incompetence and corruption);

4 Refused to join in any kina|

of defence pact against Com-

munist penetration of Asia;

5 Directed its main military |
effort to fighting the anti-Com-/ Satu:
and pro-British Karen| Secretary of State.

munist
tribes, while leaving the Com-
munist bands unscathed;

The Golden Unification Of Public

6 In its newspapers constantly |

abused the British and Americans | ~
while |

as imperialist oppressors
saluting Soviet Russia and Com-
munist China as champions of the
democratic anti-imperialist move-
ment of national liberation.

Their Trust

THE argument in ravour of the

Services Report (Conca)

We agree with the view that duties should be
the Secretary of State for the Colonies,

we recommend that the Agricultural and

responsibility by the Secretary of State.
same considerations arise in the case of civil avia-
‘ion, and we recommend that the advice of the
Director-General of Civil Aviation should be made
available to the Commission when promotions in
that service are under consideration, and that his
status in the matter should be defined by the
In making these proposals
regarding advisers, we are not suggesting that
they should constitute the sole source of assistance
to the Commission. The fact that the Colonial
Development and Welfare Organization may not
ontinue indefinitely, and that occasion may arise
vhen a newly appointed adviser has no more
knowledge of the relative merits of officers than
the members of the Commission themselves, Would
vitiate any such suggestion. In the case of these,
as of other services, it will be for the Commission
to seek authoritative advice where they can find
it, but so long as the services of Medical and
Agricultural Advisers and the Director-General of

loan is that by saving the Burmese Civil Aviation are available, it would clearly be

Government from distress cause« | g

partly by war devastation, bul
mainly by civil disorder and its
own inability to administer the
country, we shall prevent economic
misery from driving the Burmese
into the hands of the Communists

We shall earn the gratitude o
the Burmese leaders, turn thei:
present suspicion into friendly
trust.

They will follow our advice anc
in no time at all the country wil
once more have the prosperity
which it had under the Britist
and which its rich resources de-
serves.

From what I have seen an
heard here during my stay it
Rangoon, I am convinced that
this view is false. The Burmese
have no sense of gratitude for
the loan. They think it is due tc
their cleverness in playing off the

waste of expert knowledge if the Commission
were not in a position to seek their help.

RESPONSIBILITY
The administrative service, in view of its un-
specialised character, clearly does not lend itself
to the appointment of an adviser, and the respon-

sibility for acquiring such information as will
enable the Commission to assess the merits of

candidates for promoticn should, in our view, fall

in the main on the establishment members of the
Commission, whose appointment we recomended

earlier. That responsibility should extend to those

services—forests, police, postal, and prisons — in

which, owing to the small number of scheduled

posts, promotions will be of infrequent occurrence.
It would be of great help to the establishment
member of the Commission if the Heads of these
departments, and indeed of all departments that
may be unified, were to hold periodic meetings
for the discussion of their respective problems,
which he could attend for the purpose of gleaning
information on questions of personnel.
as the legal and judicial services are concerned,
it would be for the Commission to seek the advice |
of the Governors, Chief Justices, and Attorneys-

In so far

N \ evelopment and Welfare
Organization should be charged with the necessary |

The |

|







cour eee re General of the several colonies
But above all the situation here FUNCTIONS |
reminds me too much of that| _We pass now to the functions of the Public Ser-
which I found in Chiang Kai-shek | Vice Commission. In so far as the unified services
China in the autumn of 1948. are concerned, we have nothing to add to what
Just as America sent millions| the Secretary of State has to say in his draft
of dollars to China. so Britain despatch and what we have already said in the
has been putting ‘millions of preceding paragraphs, beyond calling attention to
5a es blic and private the recommendations in paragraphs 139 and 140
pounds irom pu ae on the preparation of schemes of training. But
funds into Burma. One oil com=}as we see it, the task of the Commission need
pany alone has spent £9,000,000 ! not, and indeed should not, be confined to the
in rehabilitation. } exercise of those functions. We have mentioned |
louths of the— As in China, most of the money} earlier the possibility of the establishment of a
Irrawaddy has been sucked into the swamp] federal Government and of certain services being
noovaests of Asiatic incompetence and cor-| placed on a federal basis. If and when that
ruption. occurs, various questions will arise, such as the
| establishment of officers required to man the new
Back To Anarchy regional department, the qualifications for future
BURMA, in fact, is back to the} entrants to it, and promotions within it. These

THE
driven recently out of towns and
villages near Toungoo, on the road

Karen guerrillas were

to Mandalay. The Burma
Government, cockahoop, forgot
that it is the nature of guerrillas
to evacuate so that they may later
fall upon the extended lines of
communication of their advancing
enemy ,...-

The Government, says Delmer,
bas neither the trdops nor the
administration to hold the road
to Mandalay should it succeed in
opening it up.





From Words To









THE battle of the estimates fo
1950 1 continued vher the
House f Assemb met agair
last Monday, an thing were

me of the comment voiced
under the Head f Control and
Subsidie the Px Office ind
the v( of tl Architect and
Town Planning Officer. Dissatis
faction over what Mr Keith

| Waleott described as economic
slavery—the attitude and _ polic)
of the British Government to-
wards the West Indies—is ram-
pant, and is resulting in membe1
regarding — the future of the
olony with grave misgivings
| Che situation, cleariy and con
cisely outlined by the former
| Attorney-General, is certainly not
}one which inspires confidence
Barbados, it is true, has self gov
ernment, but it is equally true
that just what that Government
|may do and may not do depends
} entirely on the whims and wishes
‘of the Colonial Office “Those
| brilliant shopkeepers’ quipped
| Mr Walcott who made Eng
j land great—and are now making
| her i¢ Breat are 1 posing on
u M Walec remarks did
11 i fave with his name
| n the opposite side of the
| t wh ecused him of making
| gibes’ but just what
these “gibes” consisted of was not
| clarified Mr Keith Walcott
| made it clear that he sympathized
|} With the members of the Execu
| tive who are obliged to follow
the only road open to them in
j} matters of trade, but he did not
minimize the pitfalls to whict
that road may lead. “The United
States and Canada”, said he,
“will barter with us—England
never, and if she falls into bank



ruptey, she will pull us down with
her!” The situation is hardly an













Hy Lee Wade

encouraging one. As Mr. Allder

ited later, the confidence of the
people of the West Indies has
been badly shaken by recent
actions of the U.K. government,
and I think Mr. Crawford sum-
med up the general attitude of
most members towards that off-
spring of war, the Control Board,
when he described it as “an

instrument to protect some 50,000
United Kingdom manufacturers
in the West Indies” and a means
of “registering what is in supply
in the United Kingdom”. I have
little doubt, from remarks I have
heard round and about Bridge-
town, that many local merchants
would describe the said Board in
tcrms a great deal less flowery
I know one or two who have
something close to an epileptic
fit whenever they hear the very
words “Control Board”. Several
members stressed the fact that
trade with Canada was now
practically at a_ standstill—and
deplored the reasons which made
it necessary to purchase only from



WHAT’S ON TODAY

Court of Grand
10.00 a.m.

Athletic Sports, Harrison
College at 1.30 p.m.

Mobile Cinema, Ashbury
Plantation Yard, St.
George at 7.30 p.m.

Football at Queen’s Park at
5.00 p.m.

Police Band at Hastings
Rocks at 8.00 p.m,



sions at









anarchy which reigned before the
British came in a hundred years
ago. As in China, too, the burden
of the Government’s incompeténce

and corruption and bandit op-
pression fall heaviest on the*
peasants. }

Burma’s Socialist Government}

insist on handling all rice exports.
It depends for its revenue on the
vast margin between the price it}
pays the growers and millers and
the price it gets for the rice from
the British Ministry of Food.
London Express Service.



Pillows |}:

the sterling area despite the more
attractive prices in the lands of
the dollar. Sad, but undeniably
true, were the references mac
by Mr. Keith Walcott to Brit's!
workmanship—once notorious fo1
its superb excellence, now, in far
too many cases—‘“rotten”! High
prices, Unsatisfactory merchan
dise, long delays in shipping
When all, or nearly all, could b
obtained in half the time and at
lower prices from the dollar area
—it is little wonder that mem-
bers, and the general public, aré
becoming more and more indig
nant with this high-handed atti
tude

Colour again
when Mi F

to “a fight

reared its head
Walcott referred
against local whit
supremacy”, and seriminatior
against ability matter of
colour”. I ean regard it a:

on a
only

regrettable that this sort of thin;
has to be a'red on the floor of
the House. I am not suggesting
that Mr. Walcott had, or did not
have, justifications for his feelings
but how much better it would be
if members, all members, in

matters concerning the welfare of
the colony, forgot about colour of
the skin. Said Mr. Keith Walcott
“Bajans first—colour last”. A wis«
sentiment

Two Pillows

|



The matter of the police cots, |
the upkeep of which is to cost
$1,000, was brought up by Di

Cummins The police this year
are to receive two pillows in place
of one! To be frank, I am not sure
whether Dr. Cummins meant two
pillows, two pillow cases, or both

He explained how each cot cost |

$18.04 Here again I failed to
obtain details as to how this figure
was arrived at, due to loud noises
from the streets rendering the
explanation quite inaudible.










ance of

|
|

are again reminded of the necess
be known to the Editor

eral

civil

“services



are matters which call for wide experience in
establishment
ledge of educational standards, and clearly can-
not be left to the sole arbitrament of the Head |
of the federalized department.
of internal promotions, something more is requir-

matters and for an expert know-

Even in the matter

ed than the advice of the Head of the department.

Promotions so made are unsatisfactory from. every

point of view—from the point of view of the Head

himself, on whom it places too heavy a burden of
; Tesponsibility, from the point of view of the gen- |
to expect that |

public, who have a _ right
advancement in the service which, as taxpayers,
they finance goes to those most deserving of
advancement, and from the point of view of the
servants themselves, whose professional
future should not be dependent on the ipse dixit
of a single individual.
ADVISING

consider therefore that, in the case of a
deralized service, the Public Service Commission

should be charged with the responsibility of advis- |
, “ : |
ing the federal Government on the establishment

of the Department and the means of dovetailing
existing personnel into it, on the
reauired of new entrants to the various grades,
and on promotions within the Department. There
is no need to emphasise the fact that the Head

of the Department must be closely associated with |



all these tasks: the means
for securing this are referred

the Commission in
which we propose
to in paragraph 152.

TRAINING

Another of the Commission’s concerns will be
the matter of training of officers in the unified
services to fit them for higher responsibilities. In
paragraphs 50 to 55, we have touched briefly on

this question in respect of the cadet class of the
idministrative service. Similarly, it is not within
competence to formulate or to suggest any
schemes of training for other officers.

oul
particular
These
experts
fact that the general efficiency and proper balance
of all the unified services will depend to an im-
portant degree on the training afforded to junior
officers. We believe that the Commission, work-
ing in conjunction with the Development and Wel-
fare Organization, will have at its disposal
necessary knowledge and experience to enable it
sist the colonies to formulate and to carry

to as

nut co-ordinated programmes of training, and to |
select officers for any special courses or scholar- |

for which funds may be forthcoming.
FACILITIES

The Commission will be concerned not only with
facilities for the training of officers already in
scheduled posts in the unified services, but also.
indirectly, of officers who are in the field of pro-
motion to such posts. To the extent that the uni-
fied services are filled by promotion, their effi-
ciency will depend on the calibre of those who
obtain promotion, and this calibre will depend in
large measure on the training which the officers
are criginally given. Here also we believe that
the colonies will derive benefit from the Commis-
advice. On this general question, we need
add that if all the higher grades of the
are in the course of time to be manned
by people of local descent, the question of train-
ing officers with this end in view is one of the
highest importance. :
(To be continued)

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a flour m
of Assem
ation Bill
$9,749.713 5
year, 1950--51.

> a

In The House
Yesterday

NN the House of Assembly
yesterday Dr. H. G. Cum-
“jaid the following:—

met

i Scott of the Department ot
sf es and Transport for the
- 48-49.
Te ecivil Establishment (Gen-
eral) (Amendment) No. 4 Order,
; x following Notices were
ger:

Dr. : Resolution to ap-

‘ve the Order entitled ‘The
Pv th : ( ;
(amenament) No. 4 Order, 1990,
made by the Governor-in-
Executive Committee on the 2nd
day of March, 1950, under the
provisions of the Civil Establish-
ment Act, 1949.

Resolution to grant the sum
of $628,309 from the Public
Treasury (to be subsequently
refunded from Loan Funds)
and to be placed at the disposal
of the Governor-in-Executive
Committee to meet expenditure
incurred to the 31st March, 1951.
on the Capital Works included
in the Estimates 1950-51, Part
— Capital, Head I, Items 1
to 11, Head II, Head IV, Items
} to 4, in excess of the sum of
$100,000 made available “under
Head XLIV of the Estimates

-51, Part I.
ns later dealt with and

—@ pr. Cummins: Bill to granta ;

of

. of money out of the Public
Treasury and to appropriate
| the same for the service of the

year ending on the 31st day of
) March, 1957.
| This was also dealt with and
passed.
Mr. W. A. Crawford tabled a ques-
tion relative to the artisans em-
| ployed at Seawell runway and
another relative to the prices
| paid peasant proprietors aad
) small cultivators generally with
| regard to the price paid for the
1948 and 1949 cane crops.
The House passed the follow-
ing:—
The Amendments of the Legis-
lative Council to two Bills to

amend the Vestries Act 1911

(1911-5).

A Resolution for $88,684 to
Supplement the 1949-50 Es-
timates, Part I, Current,
shown in the

Estimates 1949-50, No. 32, which
form the schedule to the Reso-
lution.

' A Resolution for $456 to sup-
| plement the 1949-50 Estimates,
| Part II, Capital, as shown in

the Supplementary Estimates
1949-50, No. 33, which form the
Schedule to the Resolution.

A Resolution to approve the
Regulations made by the Gov-
ermnor-in-Executive Committee
under the provisions of section
22 of the Volunteer Act, 1909.

Bill to continue various ex-!
piring laws.

Resolution to approve the

(Order entitled “The Civil Estab-
lishment (General) (Amend-
ment) No. 2 Order, 1950” made

the Governor-in-Executive

ittee on the 13th day of

February, 1950, under the pro-

visions of section 3 of the Civil!
Establishment Act, 1949.

The House adjourned to Tues-!

He “ay next at 3.00 p.m.

as
Supplementary



ee

‘Queries Pay For
Seawell Workers

WwW. A. Crawford at yester-
Meeting of the House laid
jon relative to artisans
ed at Seawell runway.
e question reads: —
ot z 4 fact that the majority
; € artisans employed on the
Construction of the new Seawell
aha are paid at the minimum
me of the lower scale
on has been fixed as remun-
” for this type of worker,
ely 25 cents per hour—the
© scales being 25—29 cents,
38 cents per hour?

ta fact that employees who,
hally, are paid fortnightly,
upon to work ten
ou day, sixty hours a week,
re ho extra pay for overtime?
view of the fact that. the
sumber of local workers
MPLOY ed on this million-dollar
eect §=6including artisans,
men, unskilled labour, elec-
and chauffeurs, is up to
» Sly 88, will the Govern-
mtake immediate steps to
at wages and conditions

k be completely satisfac-








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me Government cause to
on the table of the House,

SPY of the contract under
this work

BG. Delegation
Coming Sunday
FOR RICE TALKS

Barbados

a, Fons Correspondent)
A ie AIN, March 23,
Britis, Gai. 2" delegation from
E Boar, eee S Rice Marketing
re ived here this after-
Contrs| ic upenday talks with the |
© disoyc. . ‘Mports and Exports
A With itters in connection
> Wit & term rice contract
ia Bric reference to rice
| Ving. Deoroop Mahraj
me ketin, ! the Rice Mar
M H P Bayley,
D ard and R. E
Tr .) ative on the Board
Sang “sation is leaving on
Barbadiis to hold

fa V0 ; With the Barbados



~——*' Mr. Crawford said that he had

is being execut- | . qirect subsidy or indirect

1950

ees iene
HOUSE PASS $8,000,000 | Tree
APPROPRIA TIONS BILL ‘cal Craftsmen

Government should take steps t
ill for the production of flour locally, as t a |
bly yesterday conside y, as the House
This bill gives effect to the passing of t
as contained in the Estimates for the financial

peated his suggestion
0 establish if possible

red and passed the Appropri-

he sum of

some information

$a od
Government, © Bive to the

overt which he di

think it would be ineposeattase ty
give at that stage. He saw from
Schedule A of the Bill that the
total amount for the next financiaj
year under subsidies and controls
was $184,004. Out of that amount
they were going to spend $673,733
on the subsidisation of flour and
balanced animal feed, more than
half of the total amount to be
spent under that Head.

He felt that the time had com>
when the Government should
seriously reconsider the question
of finding out whether it was
possible to achieve the desired
end of keeping the cost of the
commodities now subsidised at a
reasonable level without possibly
having to afford a direct subsidy
of the commodities,

f Animal Feed

se was speaking, said .
Crawford, with particular mee
ence to the question of flour and
balanced animal feed. Both of
these items were imported, flour
especially from the hard currency
areas, and he flet that every effort
should be made to manufacture
locally flour from imported wheat.

As he had said about a week
or two ago, Mr. Heesterman,

Consultant for Industrial

Development to the Caribbean

Commission had, before a recent

Livestock Conference held in

Trinidad, read a paper on the

manufacture of flour in the

British Caribbean Area from

imported wheat.

On July 12 last year, Mr, Craw- |
ford said, he had given notice of
a question to the Government
asking if in view of the appreci-
ably high cost of imported
wheaten flour, Government would
take steps to investigate the prac-
ti¢ability of manufacturing flour
locally from imported wheat, giv- |

ing due consideration to the}
following factors:— |
(a) the advantage concomitant

upon the establishment of 1
new industry,

the desirability of being able
to make available locally |
different grades of super |
quality, including whole |
wheaten, flour.,

the opportunity provided of
obtaining a highly nutritious
additional ingredient for the
product known as Balanced
feed.

The reply from the Government

(b)

~

(ce

\the

Has Plan For

From Page 1
It could not

. ree ssid, that the American
market was a seasonal one and if
| Something was required for it thea
jit must be on time.

They hoped to find artisans all
Over the island and furniture
would be made as piece work
while Mr. Victor Goddard’s factory
in the City would be available as
the central depot.

Handicrafts would become the
responsibility of Mr. Maurice
Cave. Mr. Tree would be responsi-
ble for designs.

It would be impossible for this
to succeed if the Gov-

2 ee not grant remission

on as was done in
coo i = Fs ageing when
us! >

; les are estab

|
|

Graduated tax remission over
jthe first five years was indispens-
able to success. “We were dis-

Legislative Council should have
rejected a resolution for the ex-
pansion of the pottery industry.
“We ‘had hoped to utilise a poten-
tial market for this product in the
U.S.A.”

Disappointment
_ The “Italians were importing
jinto the U.S.A., a large amount
of pottery vases and other orna-
ments but there were in no way
Satisfying the large demand there
was in the United States.

Great disappointment had been
felt at the action of the Legisla-
tive Council since they had hoped
to send samples of the locally
made terra cotta vases and orna-
ments as samples to the U.S.A.,
under the proposed scheme.

In New York there are two}
British Wholesale Houses. One
Hambro's,

The other Timco’s was started
after the last war by Mr. T.
Howkins, an Englishman.

Yhey both work very closely
with the U.K. Trade Officers and
British Colonial Attache |
attached to Washington. They
have both expressed their
willingness to co-operate.

Mr. Tree return to the United
States on Tuesday.



is

|
\

Supplementary —
Resolution
Approved

The House of Assembly yester-
day passed a supplementary Reso-
lution to the 1949—50 estimates
for $88,684.

Dr. H. G. Cummins (L) moved
the passing of the Resolution. He
Said that it was necessary because
certain monies were due to the



was to the effect that they had
considered the question of the
establishment of a flour mill and
had been advised that it would
not be a practicable economic pro-
position,

The information that he
received from Trinidad was entire~
ly different from that which the
Government had been given, Mr.
Crawford said . Mr, Heesterman
claimed that it would be quit
economical for any British Carib-
bean colony to establish a flour
mill to produce up to 50,000 kilo-
grams a day, which was a little
over 100,000 Ibs.

Economical

uch a mill was envisaged as
working 24 hours a day for 250
to 300 days a year. Mr. Heester-
man had also said that such 4
plant on the continent were
slightly more economical.

The latter, however, would not
enjoy the benefits which a_ local
industry would have, Those bene-
fits, especially the differences ‘n
freight between grain and wheat,
the availability locally of bran for
sale and the fact that, the milling
profits would remain in the terri-
tory would even lead to the cou-
clusion that especially for the
territories with lower total con-
sumption, a mill for a production
of 10,000 kilograms or 20,000 Ibs
per day of 24 hours would be quiie

¢ mical.
ae Crawford said that the

island’s yearly consumption of

flour was 224,000 half bags--|yeasonable sum provided and he| Widow and

92.400,000 Ibs, so that the larger
ea of 50,000 kilograins
would be an adequate supply
for the island's needs.
Less Freight
Even if they manufactured the
10,000 kilograms which would be
one fifth of the annual CHORE
tion, such manufacture could still
be economical according to Mr.
Heesterman. Mr. Heesterman
, would see from W he
acted, ciainned that the an
rate on grain shipped in bul
would be less than the rate #On
wheat flour shipped in bags. iat
Mr. Heesterman in his paper oh
said that one of the reasons =
he had brought the matter up

x at a
, Conference was tha ;
—~— as indicated above

velopment i
tg toa considerable local
production of bran, a pr aC
valuable for feeding dairy ca
one Cravens reminded 7

é 8 1 subsidy
House that the annua a

E anima
bewT9.00 so that it would be —
that by manufactur ~ =
locally they wane oe - ee

irds with one § . 2
eebhasls could not be laid ——
question.
| tion to the local industry it “ee
be better than giving it ? _
eign industry, and then t tlle
the added advantage of _—
unemployment to some ex a

He hoped that the es ce
would pursue the matter _—_
with the express Seer . — es
lish such an indus y et elie





all possible, at the ear
oathe House then went hey
| csopamaine on the Bill where

" a ed.
its sections were read and pass

Ch. Ch. Vestry
Did Not Meet

of the Vestry of



THE meeting
st C



vas not held because there



vas no quorum as mean

Present were Mr. 1% at :
Ward, Mr G. C. Ward, Mr. 5. °
Tirayton, Mr. C il Mi ee
Viebster and Hon Gittens,

arT.c
VT. Li.

hat he had |

ch scheduled for yes- |

Crown Agents and that a portion
of the sum was also required to
meet accounts which had been in-
curred locally.

Mr. M, E. Cox (L) seconded the |
motion.

Mr. W. A. Crawford (C)
referred to item 29 of the Resolu-
tion—Miscellaneous Services. He
said that so far the Legislature
had not been asked to vote any
reasonable sum of money in con-
nection with the entertainment of
H.R.H. Princess Alice and the
Earl of Athlone.

His attitude on these matters
was well-known, but in this par-
ticular instance he did not think
it could be fair to place all the
burden of the entertainment on
the officer administering the Gov-
ernment.

Extraordinary

In the ordinary course of events
such things were adequately pro-
vided for, but this entertainment
was an extraordinary one taking
into consideration the various par-
ties that were held. It must have
entailed some outstanding expen-
diture and he felt it might not be
inappropriate if they gave an in-
dication to the Governor that they
were quite willing to vote a mod-
erate sum of money to assist him



jin defraying the expenses that

had been incurred,

Mr. E. D. Mottley said that he
was prepared to support the sug- |
gestion very strongly. He believed
he was correct in saying that they |
on that side of the table (the Op- |
position) were willing to see a

| regretted it was not done before.
He was saying this because he felt
that at the start the Governor had
had a very heavy drain on his
entertainment allowance.

Buyoad-=linded
This officer seemed to have been
very broad in his views as regards !

| the invitees. He had invited the |



of colour and other
| people, very unlike the start of
j Sir Grattan Bushe who on an oc-
; casion when he had an entertain-
|}ment for some high-ranking |
officers from H.M. Ships, did not
include in his invitation list any-
| more than three people of colour.
The Resolution was passed,





Commissioners
Discuss Market

DISCUSSIONS which would

decide whether a District Market }

would be set up at Eagle Hall
Road, were yesterday postponed
by the Sanitary Commissioners
of St. Michael, pending a report
from the solicitors who are seek-
ing to acquire the land. The
Commissioners were considering
what further steps should be
taken to complete the recommen-
dations of the Committee which
was appointed to look into the
question.

Mr. Kidney told members that
he had been informed since they
had last discussed the matter,
that Mrs. Hanschell was not very
j keen on selling the land which
| was recommended as suitable for
| the erection of the market.

Mr. Mottley said that he was
the last person to suggest that
they should take away anybody’s

property, but it was not possible |

}for them to put the market any
}other place. When the matter
j had been last discussed with Mrs.
| Hanscheli she had made it clear
| that she was not very eager to
sell the land, but i
}to that point, she s )
less than the





have taken no
specific sum she had then n
tioned. It was considered a rea
sonable price at the time

They had gone around and laid
, @ On Page +

be over-emphasised, |

appointed,” said Mr. Tree that the }8N accident in

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



38 Acres Of
| Canes Burnt

of
out

FIRE
broke

origin
Belle

unknown
at the

| Plantation, St. Michael, about one}

o'clock yesterday morning.
Thirty-eight acres of ripe
iyoung canes were burnt
HE PUSH CART No/1972
owned by Reginala Walker ot
| Bush Hall was damaged when it
was involved in an acciaent on
‘Fairchild Street with the motor
lorry M-814 owned by M. L. Har-

and



rison of Fontabelle and drvien by;

{Carlton Hinkson of Beckles Koaa
ion Wednesday about 10.15 p.m.

HE TWO lorries A-56 owned

by Turner Hall Plantation,
St. Andrew, and driven by Deane
Prescod and S-21, owned by
Blowers Plantation, St. James, ana
j driven by Austin Boyce of Orange
Hill, St. James were involved in

Redman Village,
St. Thomas, about 10 a.m. on
Wednesday.

The right front fenders and
radiators of both lorries were
damaged.

ABBAGES, eschaluc, dried

peas, tomatoes, vegetables,

tamarinds and fresh fruit in fair
quantities were landed here yes-
terday by the 100-ton motor vessel

“Caribbee” which arrived from
Dominica.
The “Caribbee” also brought

copra, cocoanuts, shoes and hand-
craft.

Also arriving from Dominica
was the schooner “Molly N. Jones”
(37-tons net) with a cargo of
copra, cocoanuts, limes, cocoa
beans and fresh fruit.

The 44-ton schooner “Belqueen”
called from St. Vincent. Its
cargo included copra, arrowroof,
pumpkins and peanuts.

Messrs. Schooner Owners’
Association are local agents of the
“Belqueen” and “Caribbee” while
the “Molly N. Jones’ is consigned
to Mr. D. L. Johnson.

FINE of £2 to be paid in two

months or in default one
month’s imprisonment was im-
posed on Rudolf Prescod of Brit-
tons Hill yesterday by His Worship
Mr. E. A. McLeod.

He was found guilty of driving
the car M-936 on Brittons Road
without reasonable consideration
for persons using the same road
on February 5

— NEED for

aquatics in Barbados” will

organisea

| be the subject of a Round Table

discussion led by Mr. O. S. Cop-
pin at 8.15 tonight at the Y.M.C.A.

All members and friends are
invited to attend and take part in
the discussion.

HE .Cake Sale this morning at i





Postman Acquitted

Of Larceny Charge

FORTY-YEAR-OLD Evans

Carlisle Dowding, a Postman

attached to the St. Lucy Post Office, was acquitted by an
Assize Jury at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday of

stealing a registered packet,

No. 39261, the property of the

Colonial Postmaster, Mr. H. N. Armstrong.

His Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor,
Acting Chief Justice, presided. Mr.
W. W. Reece, K.C., Solicivor Gen-
eral, prosecuted on behalf of the
Crown. Dowding was represented
by Mr. D. H. L. Ward.

After hearing the decision of
the jury His Honour said, “I can+
not agree with your verdict.”

On resumption yesterday, Leatha
Rollock, convinuing her evidence,
examined the registered letter re-
ceipt. She said that she saw this
receipt at the Post Office buy the
handwriting on it was not hers.

A Cousin

Next witness, Etheline Griffith,
said thav she has a cousin named
Ridley Perch in New York. He id
also Leatha’s cousin.

On Tuesday, December 20, sha.

went to the Postmistress of St.
Lucy. Dowding was present when
Leatha asked if a letter had come
for her. Miss Sv. John looked uo
the file and told them if they had
any registered envel?Â¥es to bring
them in to her.

She and Leatha went home and
at the evening her son, Bervon
Griffith, brought her $387.18 and
two opened letters, One letter was
addressed to Leatha. She returned
vhe money to Dowding by her son.

Leatha could not go to Miss St.
John on account of illness, but on
the following morning she (Grif-
fith) took the envelopes to the
Posimistress.

Eventually Dowding’s daughter
returned the money but it was
now $2.00 short. She went to Dow-
ding and told him the money was
short and he gave her vhe $2.00.
He also told her to go to the Post-
mistress and ask her to allow her
(Griffith) and her cousin to divide
the money.

Griffith said vhat she next went
to Mr. Armstrong with the $37.18
and he advised her to take it to
the Postmistress, She did vhis and
was given a receipt.

She said that she knew Dowding
from a boy. He lived near her
home. He has been delivering her
letters for a long time.

To Mr. Ward: Dowding said
that his good friends had put vheir
hands in his letter bag and torn
open the letters. Dowding, on
many other occasions, brought me
letvers but I have never foune
anything wrong with the money.

A Son
Berton Griffith, son of Etheline
Griffith, a school teacher, said

‘hat he knew Dowding as a post-

T. R. Evans which begins at; man of the district.

9 am. is for a deserving

charity.
HE POLICE BAND under
Capt. C. E. Raison will hole
a Concert at Hastings Rocks;
Christ Church, to-night begin-
ning at 8 o'clock.

Obituary

E. H. CHASE

very



Mr. G.

THE death occurred at his resi-i
dence Betmar, Navy Gardens on
Sunday of Mr. G. E. H. Chase of
the firm of Messrs Manning & Co.,

Mr. Chase was in earlier years
a merchant of this city and carried/
on a baker’s establishment in Roe-|
buck Sireet, but later joined the;

staff of Manning's. Quiet, efficient}

and of a friendly disposition he
was popular with the entire staff
and although advancing years)
omewhat limited his activities he |
nevervheless took a keen interest}

On the evening of December 20
Dowding called him. He gave him
two opened letiers and $37.18. He
then said that he had heard the
report made by his mother and
Leatha Rollock and it was quive
true.

He then said that he had re-
ceived the letters and the same
evening he had stopped on his way
home at a shop. When he had re-
vurned for his bicycle, on which
the letter bag was hanging, he
found that the bag was broken
and the letters gone,

Dowding then asked him to take
vhe letters to Leatha Rollock and
bis mother and ask them to accept
them.

Dowding also told him that
after getting back the levters, he
was going to keep them until
Perch in New York wrote again
before taking them to her (Rol-
lock) and explaining what had
happened.

On vhe following morning his
mother gave the money to hin
and he returned it to Dowding
telling him that his mother did not

in public affairs. His knowledge of} know whether she could vake it

business trends in Bridgetown

made him an interesting conversa. |

tionalist. Failing health restricted

week ago he took a turn for the
worse. His funeral which took
place at the Westbury Cemetery

on Monday was largely attended
He leaves to mourn their loss a}
Mrs. |

one daughter
Williams of the Advocate Co, Ltd
to whom sincere condolence will
be extended





Mr. NOEL GOWDEY

THE death occurred at his resi-
dence Beaumount, Hastings yester-

cay morning of Mr, Noel Gowdey, ;

Manager of the Wharf Stores o!

as | Heads of departments irrespective | Messrs DaCosta & Co, Ltd. at the |
respectable | ;

ge of sixty-one.

Mr. Gowdey was the son of the
late Mr. W. W. Gowdey a forme!
Registrar of this island. He was
educated at Harrison College and
at the age of sixteen joined the
staff of Messrs DaCosta & Com-
;pany in 1905. Always quiet and
| efficient he did not remain in the
office very long before he was
| transferred as a junior to the late
Hallam Cole. In those days the re-
}lationships hetween the general
;run of wevkers and the clerical
| staff were not subjected to the
strain witnessed nowadays and
like his senior, Mr. Gowdey be-
came the friend of all. At the
} death of Mr. Cole he took charge
|of the store and to the time of his
unexpected death he
the most cordial relations with
}men in vhe most humble walks of
llife. It has not only the bon
| homie but the gentlemanliness in
the man which raised his decis-
|ions above controversy and made
| him respected by everyone who
'‘kpew him. Without rancour or
; any sign of unpleasantness he se-
|tled, as must inevitably arise, the

jminor disputes among his men
jand his decisions vere never}
| questioned

It was not only in the hurly
burly of work on the wharf thad
he was known and _ respected

|Sport in every form won his sup-
jport and interest and although
he was especially keen on racing
he was himself a good tennis play-
Here



er too he was highly re-
jspected as a true sportsman
He played life’s game too and
it mattered not to | whether
r lost ether he
ed the best traditions of
t He ‘ t ourn
thei t rother ne a doc-
t ther a scientist in
nada nd i ister to whom
eepest pathy will be ex-

ended

maintained |

| Dowding, however, kept it.
On the Thursday morning Dow-
ling’s daughter gave him $35.18

,;his work in recent years and @| He took it to his mother,

To Mr, Ward: Dowding said tha‘
| letvers were returned to him by
| the shopkeeper.

The Postmaster

Mr. H. N. Armstrong, Colonia
Postmaster, was next recalled b)
| Mr. Reece. He produced the let
ter addressed to Etheline Griffith
‘ne U.S.A, number of which was
| 42453 and the local number 36996

He also produced a list of reg
istered articles from the U.S.A
From this it was disclosed tha
the letter 42453 was received a
the G.P.O. on August 11 anc
sent to St. Lucy on August 12,

He then produced a list of
articles delivered in Sv. Lucy anc
pointed out that there was no let-
| ter on the list marked “returned”
| To Mr. Ward: The receipt slir
| has never been revurned. No re-
| port was made about this. If °;
| receipt is misplaced a duplicate
receipt should be obtained.

| The Postmistress |

| Miss St, vonn, 2 'etmistress of

St. John, recalled tha’ Dowting
was given letter 36996 on Augusi|
lie to deliver. He signed for the
jletter and a delivery receipt was |
| given to him. }
} On the same evening she wenv
on two weeks’ holiday. On De-!
cember 20 Etheline Griffith ang
Leatha Rollock came_to her, Dow-
| ding was present when they made
a complaint and he also heard
when I\told them toe bring vheir
| registered envelopes.

| She asked Dowding why he did
jaot make a report about the two
letters that were not delivered,
and he said that his mail bag was
| broken.

| In December
}revurned to hei







Etheline Griffith
with two envel-
opes and later brought the money
| Edwina O’Neil, who acted as
| Postmistress while Miss St. John
was on holiday, was also recalled,
She said that the receipt slips were
| delivered to the G.P.O. on August
| 17. One slip, No. 36996, was miss-
ing. She asked Dowding for this
slip and he said that he had
brought it in earlier.
Another Postman
Christopher Hinds, another St.
| Lucy portman and the last wiv-





| ness for the prosecution, said that
|Dewding worked on Crab hill
route. On December 20 Griffith

and Rollock came to the St. Lucy
Post Office and made a complain,
in his presence. Postman Johnson
was also present.

On the following afternoon he
| returned he asked Miss St, John

not to report the matter if the

two parties would make a settle-

ment and Miss St. John said that

she could not do this.

Mr. Ward next told His Honour
that Dowding was not calling any
witnesses on his behalf.

The Defence

Addressing the Jury, Mr. Ward
said that the Prosecution had
proved that the letter was deliver-
ect to Dowding and it was delayed,
but it submitted that it was for
them to discover whether Dowding
kept the letter for his own or
with intent to deprive the owner
permanently and put the contents
to his own us®..

He pointed out that Miss St.
John had told them that it was
breaking a rule for a posiman to
go into a shop, except he was go-
ing to deliver a ictter.

He said that after the letters
were taken from Dowding’s bag
while he was in the shop, Dow-
ding was afverwards afraid to re-
port the matter.

He submitted that Dowding was
waiting to see if another letter
would arrive for Rollock before
going vo explain what had hap-
pened to him.

He further submitted that Dow-
ding’s explanation was a reason-
able ope and asked them to re-
turn a verdict of “not guilty”

No Proof

Mr. Reece, in his address, svated
that Boxill had said that his mail
bag was robbed but this was only
a statement as the defence did not
present any proof of thav

His Honour, during his sum-
ming up, told the jury that if they
were satisfied that Boxill's mai!
bag was robbed while he was at
the shop, they should revurn s
verdict of “not guilty”, but if they
did not believe this story thev
should not hesitave in returning oa
verdict of “guilty”. He said that
this was the material point of the
case.

The jury after about 20 minuves'
deliberation returned their ver-
dict. The Court next adjourned
until 10,00 a.m, today,





Assize Diary

FRIDAY

Nos. 15, 16 and 17 Rex vs.
Lionel Green and
Reuben Green.

Talking Clock
VIENNA

The latest twisv in timepieces—
cuckoo clocks that call out your
name.

A firm in the Ameridan zone
of Austrie has come up with the
product, designed for the home or
for advertising in hotels and bars.

The firm said it was toying
with an advanced clock that might
recite sentences on the hour.

One example: “Time to go home,
Joe. The wife is waiving.”

—LN.S.

ass









Do not wait for that last
minute Rush, get your...

EASTER EGGS

TO-DAY from .

BRUCE WEATHERHEAD
LID.

We have
Assortment:
Easter Egg in Casket. $2.68
Hollow Easter Egg in Box

a Beautiful

ANOS | Ss star ee 1.65
Hollow Easter Egg in Box
(Medium) ........ $1.04
Filled Easter Egg Chocolate
WB adc 's se ae $1.32

Filled Easter Egg Foiled 55c.
Plastic Egg with Doll. .$i.22
Easter Egg (Large) in Duck



Carriage .,....... 1.28.
Easter Egg (Med.) in Duck
Carriage..:...... $1.28
QnRFRRR i. 6c cnn $1.14

Card Easter Egg containing
Chocolate & Marshmal-
low Cigars. .. 3/6

Also

“Soir de Paris” Easter Ege

) Novelty—A Beautiful Blue

Plastic Eke containing a

Bottle of Evening in Paris
Perfume, Price 3/6 each.

BRUCE WEATHERHEAD
LTD,

Head of Broad Street





Jiny
Jots

10,



———



PAGE FIVE



about two ounces of whiskey and
be -legally sober.

Many a Griver now is going to
think twice before he takes thav
third drink.—-LN.S.

‘The Influence

NEW YORK

A new series of chemical tests
have been devised which may save
many lives on American highways

Mr. Tree'returns to the United
which most drunk drivers man-
age to elude conviction.

Safety officials will attempt to
preseny objective proof that one
out of every five motorists in a
traffie accident is under the in-
fluence of alcohol.



=

’

25 YEARS AGO—Barbados Advo~+
cate, March 24, 1925

THE Governor, Sir Charles
O’Brien, underwent an operation
for appendicitis on Sunday. morn-
ing. The surgeons were Dr. -
nister, Hon, Dr. John Hutson, Dr,
Lionel Hutson and Hon. Dr. J. Re
Phillips.



The chemical tests reportedly
provide scientific proof of whether
or not a person has been drinking.
| The degree of invoxication also
can be accurately gauged.

Such tests will help cut down



the number of drivers who are
released because they have sober-
ed up.



to fall out and may sis¢ cause
and Heart Trouble. Amosan stops
Uieeding the first day, ends

and quickly tightens the teeth. ¢
guarantee. Amosan must: make co
gnouth well and save your teeth or
money back on return of e ack-
age. Get Amosan Com 7ory chemist

y. guar-
antee Protects

osan ;;: .
man can drink #* Pyorrhea—Trench Mouth

Traffic officers throughout the
country are being trained to use
vne tests.

Knowledge of these new tech-
niques should have a strong psy-
chological reaction on the driving
public.

The average









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he dedth of her u }
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in's Ra.
% Michael. 24.3.00

rou SALE
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model 1942, new |
Dial 4588



One Morris ten,

good condition

pel Kadet (P.155) in
and |

well kept 01











phone





IN Pine Hill





3 fully ishec
: : ‘Y to October inctusive to
ved tenant Reasonable ‘
‘ -_ adie rent. Apply
b King C/o Alleyne Arthur & Co Ltd

22.3.50—5n







A modern Br

alo









, mile abeve H '
edrooms, dining room, f
etc. Garage, servants mw
water. Dial 4278.
22.3.50—In
® <7, aie. pita een
MASCOT"—The Stream— Furnishe
" gallery looking to the sea De \
room, dining room, three | yn
oc . »edrooms
antry, Kitchen, Servants’ room Ges
‘or Cooking, Electric Light, Water. Tel,
Dial 8245 18.3 60 In

OFFICE

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For f

‘"ORAGE SPACE,
V ouses, Apply
4611

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Dial



HAVEN
House
toilet
rooms

Rockley
with
bath,
Dia

ting
iroom
ervants’



3278



Hutchinsor

3 roods
kitchen,

Marhill St. next to Ww B



articu-
Co
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Road
Land. 2
pantry



WANTED





COOK-—A Good Cook

R





Gittens, “The Banyans”



Apply





—



EXPERIENCED SALES GIRLS wit!

22.3.50—3n.| wood references, for Variety Sandal
—<—< |} Shoppe, Broad Street 23.3.50,—2n













tly overhaulec n HOUSEKEEPER -—Required capable and
order Fee eonable Apply to} experienced Housekeeper, full credential
n ngon, ¢/0 T. Sydney Kinch! required Cacrabank", Worthing. Tele-
a tations Lid. New Building. | phone 8148
Home 298. 18.3,50—2 0.-—3n
se Hockney. in xood condition, | MISCELLANEOUS
wee, The deal car for a pick
re Ty 9199 om ©
yres caghill, 2378 or 212% ONE SMALL HOUSD or flat for «
‘Apply A 4.3,50,—t.f.n.| Puefemably by sea. Not more thin
———mcees | bedrooms. Phone 8491 24.3. 50—3n
“ fodel, Known as
andard 1939 Mode
emer see G, Ward Des ap on
i! q 10-—b nn ’ 1
ae PUBLIC SALES
jard &HLP. 1948 Model Ex- | ——
y See tion, stew Battery, Dial 4611) .
a " 24.3.50—8n | AUCTION
i 14/6 Engine perfect, | By Instructions I will sell at Cable and
Te shabby $350: Ring | Wireless yard, St. Lawrence Gap, on
bm good, 5 24.3.50—-1n | Thursday next 30th Mareh, beginning at



























































| 1 o'clock, a collection of Short Pine
| Planks, old lumber everal block stones
. ICAL ja collection of Pine Tables suitable for
| displaying ample or making chool
SING MACHINE—(1) One Monroe! desk Some are 10 ft. long my 2 ft. wide
Miehine in working order. Con- / ral cupboard 7x5; chairs, boxes, (5)
C/o Da Costa’s Hardware gasolene drums Lawn Mowers, (1
Fields C, 21,3. 50—-3n | Lister Pump & Steel tank capacity 15
| Kallons and several items of interest
— } TERMS CASH
' (TURE } eee D'ARCY SCOTT
, SI
Beatie Wardrobe I have been instructed to sell by auc
: 1 On uesday xt the 28th March at
pans O74. o'clock on the a Tenan
_ | off St. Stephens Church k Rock
r| LANEOUS 1o newly built 20x12x9 House with
shed 20x9. Kitchen, toilet and pailings
COAT—Tweed medium weight, ¢ TERMS CASH
Suit 6 ft. slim build, Phone 82% D'ARCY SCOTT
2 0 24.3.50.—4n
abiieeithaiad \—_-_-—_—_——————_____________
WL—'‘Frapeda” with Gray Marine I have been instructed to sell on the
ry Engine. For further particulars | spot at King William Henry Street on
L O. C. Perkins Phone No Wednesday next 29th March at 2 o'clock,
3,.50-—68n One chattel building which consists of
as matintiegemnomnaprierdanin — | drawing and dining room (2) bedrooms,
ich concentrated vit hitchen and toilet Land rent $4.00
Ba ntcins B2. Price 74¢, Ib TERMS CASH
ble from all Grocers and Drug D'ARCY SCOTT
17.3, 50 Auctioneer
24.3.50.—4n
CABINETS Four Roneode ee
inets complete with Trays an { have been instructed by the Commis
| Never been used. Knight's Ltd ‘ if Police to sell at Central Statio
°.50—3n Monday next, 27th March at 2 o'clock
= 1) Royal Standard Typewriter, 1)
RITE ASPESTORS SHEE “A ! Barrow, (10) Wooden Chairs, (14)
Byerite Flat Sheets 4ft aft a wumber of Motor Van wheel
Â¥ Pipe 2 to 6 ft. bends and! Rims Size 600x16
E. Taylor Lid,, Coleridge Street A number of tubes 600x16
i100, 18.3.50-—8n A collection of Hub Caps and several
oe onainininpapetans nther items of interest
VANISE PIPES & FITINGS D'ARCY ScoTT
Linch, 1Â¥s, 14a, 2; 2%. 2 Govt. Auctioneer
: Auto Tyre Co., Trafalg 5 24.2 50. in
; 3806 16.3.50--t.f





















H TUBS—Four English Ba
r $100. teas 10% for cash sale
nes & Co., Ltd 12.3.50 t.f.n



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GL, Git. Gins. Bft, and 9ft, lengths
mid steel plates 1/16, 1/8 ‘4
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Tyre Company, Trafalgar Street
1.3.50-—-t f

RECORDS YOU WANTED
here and they're keen
aes and Bing records, Rhum
undo Ross, vocals by An
Mills Brothers etc
A. Barnes & Co
19.3.50—t, f.1

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Accepted up to Monday 27th
Purchaser must dig up stumps
WM responsible for damage to walls
4 Y. Hu n,e No. 4
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50 in

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ASSOCIATION

q .
a rection of Council members




“= the election of five member
m the Council for the t
Will take place in the Lobby of

tive Council Chamber, Public
lt Saturday the 25th March,
Ween the hours of 10 a m, an

meet followin .
lowing Candic
Led

‘andi dates
a , FORDE
YH. BARKER
EH. COULSTON
Pm A. CLARKE
a & MORRIS
® LEWIS
C. SPRINGER
nee
SMITH
STUART
> CARTER has

have beer

mo
HPI

a

withdrawn.
22.3.50-

LICENCE NOTICE

Pplicatior of Sylvan Barker,
Rents ot License No, 465 of 1950
a aoa ae zs row nes in re
a Shingle bui “ at
Hindesbury Road st Michael tor
ad Liquar Léce
hop at Top Rock,
Dist A
of March, 1f
Dist. “A
BARKER,

se at



ar
ider
held at

con



mQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

ha. “9

i
‘
. a Pence, 48 of 18
:
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:
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7
:
24 Jem dir





UN

BY



DER THE IlVORY HAMMER

instructions received I will

sell

on Friday March 24th at 2 p.m. at Cour-

tesy
Damnged

Andres
House

dows,
Gents



pring
Dyre

Garage (1)
in Accident

1948 Vauxhall
Terms Cash

Car

VINCENT GRIFFITH,

Auctioneer

21.3.50—3n

UNDER THE SILVER”
HAMMER

ON TURSDAY, 28th by
O'Donnel, we
appointments at










Congolk ae
» Pot, Anthurium Lili





will ell



order of Mr

her

Villa Una





Howtings which includes Goc Dining

Table (seat 8) upright Chair ebourd,

China Cabir Omament Tables, 5 Piece

Morris Su Sette 2 Arm Chair 2
Rocker vil in Mahogan Some ery
rood Paintings; Elec. Table Lamps; Ver

; mood et of Zephyr Table Gla af
lece Tes, Bre fa sine €
Ware I ‘

or, Flat-Top Desk : , Ct
d Rockers all painted Crea Norgé
frigerntor in perfect working








s, Dressing Tables,
ted Cream: Mahog
& Deep Sleep
ing Table; Coal
engils, Good Waffle
Plants, some very

Raleigh Bicyele and
11.30 oclock

Sale

Simmonds Single Bedst



Terr



ends
ses etc, al



Single Bedstead

Beds,
Stove,
Iron, Doors,
good

Mahor
Kitehe
Wir
orchide
other items
s Cash



BRANCKER TROTMAN & CO.
Auctioneers.
ral alileaanieneineilienmaniuneeiien

REAL ESTATE



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spective




t

ise and shingles

of

Bus

noval consists of ee :
anc
South wall of ee ices foors and roof

wt

bullding

ry, drawing
rooms,

DWELLING HOUSE with 1,480 square

€ f land

Bridgetown

ituate at Spruce Street,

DWELLING HOUSE with 2,200 square

land situate a
Street, Bridgetown
A PARCEL OF
1,180 square feet
Street, Bridgetown
The above e the
Browne and

feet of

ituate



will
le
Street

1950 a
the two

James
3ist. March,
For inspection of
yned dwelling ho

tenant




VICTOR COT, River Road
50 sq. feet of land It he
snd dining
W.c. and Balh

one

and
posession

schools
Vacant

all the
fare

24,3.50,—4n
cee LAT,

t

LAND ¢

a

propertie
be
Public Competition at ov
Bridgeto

t

s, apply

room
i
with the roof covered with galvan-
It is within easy
Bridgetown

Wellington

ntaining
t Wellingtor

of Can
et up for
Office

n or



2 pm
above men
to the re

YEARWOOD & BOYCE,

Solicitor

tanding or
closed



bed
of

is built

reach
No



immumecdiat

D'ARCY SCOTT
Magazine

Lane

FOR SALE AND REMOVAL

The property

mbers, windows plates,

which forms
two storied

wall
the

sotern
nN of

Tende in writing will
the Secretary of the
24th March

full particulars



the
For
nd terrr

of

Broad

That part of the building
Jones & Swan, Lower
Store” which

is one storey in h ght
offered for Sale and t

to the said building but
the western

known @
Street



West

not th

part of the
be rece
idersigned



of conditions of S
tARDINER AUSTIN & co.,







H. D. BRK
Sec
S—Tn ————

IT’S
GOOD to iovk at
BETTER +
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area of
notice that
creased |}

hold their

ave given
inless their pay is in-
July they will with-
services, except for
necessary medical attention.

The British Medical Journal
Said that the ultimatum was voted
by a large majority of the Harrow

division of the British Medicai
Association

The res
We, +h

row are

yy

olution

members

said:

of the Har-
rov , are thoroughly dissat-
isfied with the low capitation fee
paid to general practitioners un-
Cer the National Health Service,
and we hereby give notice that
unless this is rectified by July
1950, direct action will be taken





by genera] practitioners in the
Harrow area to withhold our
contract, except for necessary

Services under the terms of our
medical attention.”

Copies of the resolution have
been sent to all other branches of

the British Medical Association
throughout Britain
Discontent among family doc-

tors over the capitation
about $2.50 per patient

fees
has been

growing for some time.
Numerous attempts have been

made by the profession’s leaders
to persuade Bevan to increase the
pool from which doctors are paid
but without succe

Particular concern is felt over
the plight of country doctors with
small lists of patients over
widely scattered area

Strike action threats from in-
dividual doctors have been pub-
lished in the British Medical Jour-
nal from time to time, and several



Ss.

froups of doctors have called on
the B.M.A., to adopt a sterner
attitude in their approaches to
Bevan,

The Harrow doctors’ § action,
however, is believed to be in the
first positive decision by a B.M.A.,
branch to with-hold services un-
ess the capitation fee is Yaised
by a certain date,—I.N.S.



Visca Committee
Requested To

Return Home

BUENOS AIRES, March 23.
“Visca Committee,” set up by
Congress last year to investigate
allegations of Police tortures and
un-Argentine activities, have
been formally requested by ‘the
Supreme Court of the Province
Buenos Aires to return documents
relating to a petition for legal
separation, which Deputy Jose
Emilio, Visca Chairman of Com-
mittee, withdrew from high tri-
bunal December 5.

The court had been trying to
secure the return of papers since
December 15. Earlier this week}
Visca Committee seized and turn-
ed 01 to the Ministry of the
Treasury two American automo-
biles which had been introduced |
iNlevally into the country. One of}
many newspapers has been tem-/
porarily closed by the committee |
during its investigations “La,
Capital” of Rosario again having
liMiculty in coming out Due to
shortage of newsprint “La Capital”, |
ithe oldest Spanish language news-
paper in the country, reduced its
circulation 20 per cent., whereupon |
vendors went on strike



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house situate at Porey Spring, St. Thomas
Dated this 22nd day of March 1950
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the 5th day of April, 1950 at 11 o'clock, |
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LONDON CHAMBE

EXAMINATIONS.



Entries for the Summer

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partment of

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Examinations,
London Chamber of Commerce must reach the Depart-
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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE





SEALSKIN ‘SOUP-PLATE’ HAT FL!°:





| so

| Nanette
but danced and played the part}

it

able to appear.

| entire

|The Tiny Tots Had It

All Their Way
@ From Page 2

Rosalie Knight was perhaps thx

star performer of the show, she
a graceful and talented youn
dancer who should go far. Hi
interpretation of crescendo w

elegant and charmingly executed
Her younger sister June is follow
ing closely in her footsteps

| The Polka, with Margaret Anr | Aux
| McKinstry

} dancers was very well done, anc

leading these littl

were the Butterflies; littl

| Bonnie Simpson stealing most «
| the applause with her self-assure
| manner,
| front of so large an audience

for such a little girl i:



not only sang sweetT

was surprising and a_ grea

credit to her courage that she was
J. Palmer Barnes

and Eric Raison as waiters, and
| “Ash” Greenland as the “Tipsy
| Old Sport.” were very amusing

The performance ended with a

members of the two senio

classes

Rizelie Foxhall, of New York i

Most unugual Jooking hat seen
She was making her first visit to

for a tong time at Londen Air-



port. was. in soup-pinte style, England since leaving school at
made of velour and trimmed Oxford,
with sealskin, Wearer was Mrs. London KErpress Service





Inquiry For | Denfeld Says
Oil Shares ‘The Planners)
LONDON, March, 23. Are Wrong



London Stock Exchange was
lacking in colour today, With the
completion of the morning routine,


























Senator Willard Tydings to have |
been associated with it only or jrepresentatives for the remaining
for a few months about five years | two Atlantic Pact Nations late in

ago, The man was named to April or early in May.
Senate Sub-committee earlier ti The five regional groups have
week by Republican Senator) been preparing their own plans

Joseph McCarthy, whose charge
that the State Department ha
Communists on its staff are b«
investigated —Reuter,

for the defence of their areas. The
meetings here will study the value
of these plans and -ordinate
them into a comprehensive defence

co

| plan for the whole of the North
Atlantic area Reuter,
R OF COMMERCE a

$150,000 For
A *Bible”’

WASHINGTON, March 23

1950, (Certificate Stage

not later than 12 noon on





Saturday, the Ist of April, 1950 The House of Representatives
8 The entry fees will be as follows: has voted $150,000 for its Un-
Single Subjects $ 1.92 each American Activities Committee to

Foreign Languages $ 3.12 each vee on preeerns “a —_ of

, : j subversive activities and con-

Full Carencne $10.00 tinuing its probe into such acti-

Department of Education, vities. Mr. John Wood, Chair-
24.3.1950 3n man of the Committee said the
“hible”’ would contain 1,000,000

names. Coming investigations

would deal with the Klu Klux

The Sugar Manufacturers’ Association

Klan and “several Fascist organi-
gations” as well as Communist and



o
of Jamaica) Limited Communist front groups, he add-
ed. (Reuter,)

invite applications for two posts in their Research Department for
duties connected with the breeding, selection, &nd field testing of e
sugar canes, with special reference to resistance to virus and other Pi ostitules
diseases as well as to other normally desirable characters. 2

a) Botanist, salary £1,000 rising to £1,500 per annum Put On Show

(b) Agronomist, £ 600— £1,000 per annum. LONDON, March 23

Applicants should possess a research degree or equivalent quali- Peking prostitutes put out of

fication of a recognised University or other similar institution, and/ business by the New Chinese

have





had experience in plant breeding and selection work.
The Botanist will also be expected to advise on plant pathology.

Government are playing to packed
houses to-day in a play written
and acted entirely by themselves,









: The initial period of service will be three years under contract,/+. New China News Agency
with prospect of permanent engagement. The selected candidates reported tonight.
will be provided with free passages to Jamaica, B/W.1., and required The play called “Frozen River
to assume duty not later tl ist Novernber, 1950. A local allowance | Has Thawed” has no og ee
| aris « nrovided and leave wi sid after merely portrays what the News
} jin lieu of quarters is provided and lea th passages paid after | jen y, in a despatch picked uy
1] thre ’ peri ere is a contributory pension scheme n London. called the “incredible
|| Furth art , btained from the Director of Research, | hell of brothel life i the stor
lig ' Mandeville, Jamaica, B.W.I., to wh« yf the re-education of prostitute
} al particulars and three reference the new Government Al
} ; he ere shut down and thei
ishould be aresseda a eepers arrested last November
| 19.3,50—4n Reuter

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not
bit
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| Gulfies
| Bromova and her helpers
ihe often
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GRAND EMPIRE CLUB
DANCE

In Honour of
EVERTON WEEKES
QUEEN'S
on

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from 8 p.m.
Music by the Trinidad
HOT SHOTS
ADMISSION ;
Bar and Buflet

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PARK

Wednesday, 29th,



ORIENTAL
GOODSs!!

CURIOS, JEWELLERY
BRASSWARE, TEAKWOOD
SANDAL, IVORY, ETO.

KASHMERE

THANI BROS.
Pr. Wm. Hy. Street

Dial 3466



n the r
sale is a
It is

Included
listed for
plantation
Bridgetown and
acres of land of
are arable. The
wtass etc. There
story house, built
which has seven
two (2) reception roc
dining tooms, two
and = =6baths,
ree and
ernment
electricity
also

mall

properties
sized
from

200
acres
some

any
mediurr

10 miles

consists of
which 135

balance has
is also two
of coral stone
bedrooms,
wo (2)

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a double
water
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installed. There is
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In Carlisle Bay



IN PORT Alexandrina R , Sch Roach, for Canada via British Northern

| Marion Belle W », Sch. Mary M. Lewis, Islands; Agents: Gardiner Austin & Co.,
Sch. Cachalot, Sch. E. M Tannis, Ltd

Adina Mac, Sch. Zita Wonita, Sch Passengers leaving by this vessel

ri) ¥ £ Sch ita Il, Sch for St. Lucia Mr. D, E, Worme,

| Sch tle Dove, Sch I A. Robert For Dominica—Mr

| B Radar, Sch. Provi- F. Clay, Mr. A. W. Robertson, Mr

} Y Lady Joy, §$.8. Alcoa A. Dek Frampton, Lt.-Col. 1. Begs, Mr.

| Set hilip H. Davidson " Mr. S. Go *, Mr. L. Pinerd,

| Schooner hine R. 25 tons net, Mr. A. Thelwell, Miss M. Wilson, Mr

apt. Patrice, from Martinique; Agent c. S. Durant, Mr. A. P. L. Glef, Mr

arbados Import & Export Co., Ltd T. L, Flood, Mrs. M. L. Flood. For.Mont-



| The Paris cafe rene = was] jaenha Stomp Troiiaions Amalie Danae
j}amusing and lively and Nanette} + Owners’ Association,

| Kinch. as the ‘Mamselle, is buch a| .Sthoonee Belqueen, 6 tone nes Capt.
big flirt that she gives the} 8’ Association. — :
|Manager, Norman Wood a lot of | oe wae dl N Jouen, 37 tos nat,
trouble keeping ‘his eye’ on. her.) 4"). j snag ieee ens ae

Â¥}| Schooner Laudalpha, 60 tons net, Capt.
nbs, for St, Lucia; Agents: Schooner

Association

extremely well. Incidentally LV. Daerwood, 94 tons net, Capt. De

she met with an accident to her teat pa St 4 ucia; Agents: Schooner
s Association

foot at the dress rehearsal, and Lady Nelson, 4,655 tons net, Capt,



Cuble and Wireless (W. L) Lid. advise
‘hut they can now communicate with the
owing ships through their Barbados
oust Station:

n Fort De France, Beaver
Marianne 1..M.D.Z, At-
Pilot, Runa/lyM.K.B Silver
Potter, San Mateo, Hayelina,
Conadian Challenger Maure-

Gasecogne,





e

serrat

John—Mr.
Col

ner

Miss K. Skerrett, Rev. A. Bariee
For Bermuda—Mr and Mrs. C. J. Pater-

and Mrs. N,.
Young, Mr

n, Miss M
Harrower, Mr
and Mrs. W
K. Lyon, Mr

McDonald, Mr

and Mrs. J. V
W. Welch, Dr. and Mre-E.
and Mrs. A. Maybee, Miss
K. Lewis, Miss V. D. Weekes, Mr. W. G.
Parris, Mrs. W. H. Arroway, Mrs. C
Reid, Mr. L, Johnson, Mr. L, Pres-
cod, Mrs. G. Ince, Miss H, Ince, For.St
and Mrs. L. N. Clairdale, Mr

E. D. Meavity, Mr. and Mrs. H. B, Micks,
and Mrs. F. J. James, Mr, and Mrs
B. E. Ellis, Mr . Mr. B. N, Skin-
and Mr, H






IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION

tania, Alcoa Patriot, Alcoa Pilgrim,
Krios, Chiriqui, Amboto, Cavina, Loide
Nicaregue, George D. Grntsos, Flizabeth,

Stavengertiord, Brastagi, Esito, Rosa/
W.M.D.A., Mont Everest, Durango, San
Velino, Rio Juramento, Talco, “Alcoa
Ranger, Wave King, Cottica, Nieu Am-
sterdam, S. Ana, Tropic, Panaghia,
Southern Cities, Exso New Haven, Sun-
rel, Auricula



French Dockers Extend Strike

PARIS, March 23.
Dockers at Nice, tonight voted

to extend their 24-hour “more
| wages” strike indefinitely, while

those at Brest, Brittanny, voted to
hold a 24-hour strike tomorrow
Two-thirds of Boulogne seamen

| voted to strike indefinitely tomor-
| row as a protest against the arrest
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At Marseilles, the dockers and
seamen’s strike continues. A
hundred thousand building work-
ers were reported still on strike.
Rene Bernard, Chairman of the
Building Employers Union, was
thrown out of a train in Nantes,
West France, by building workers
after failure of strike negotiations























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WASHINGTON, March 23. | f seilles Un saders h r ;
, ;out the te. He thoug of Marseilles Union Leaders, in the town. Reuter.
business markets became idle with| Admiral Louis E. Denfeld said | with ul anne res bat: ai a
barely a vestige interest being | to-night that the United States | Hansche ll th ey should t a . the |
shown any section, Price move-|could win or even prevent an | site is Governme nt ‘kh ‘A “ever
ments were small, but generally} atomic-hydrogen bomb war, but appointed the Board to m ke
moved to higher levels, jdetence planners were “going | recommend itions , ; cee
Some buying of British Govern- | about it in the wrong, way” In They should not let any mem- | - ~ — oes : ee mee
ment Nationalisation stocks helped his concluding artcile in Colliers |e. of the public think they were | — - ee ~ SS
prices in giltedged section, and| Magazine on on Red LO dis~ shirking their duty.
there were advances in some in-|â„¢issed as Chief of Naval Opera- Mr. Kidney reminded Mr. Mot The M.V. DAERWOOD will t
dustrials, including breweries, on | ¥ONS, Admit al Denfe Id reported tley that solicitors were discu St Ey cS "St vincent. "Gt ena, SCHOONER }
provincial support } that the Pentagon (Defence Head- ing the matter and Mr. Mottley | \ruba, sailing Wednesday 22nd " mat . {
There was an early and selective | Garters) was placing too great agreed to postpone further con- maxes E. M, I ANNI i
inquiry for 1 shares. Burma's} reliance on inter-continental ae nat The Mov, CARIBBEE will ac- {
nquir) r ol snares urma’s | : ’ : oon sideration until uch discussions t Corfgo and Passengers for )
and Ultramars closed with initial | bombing and on the bomb itself should reach a head nica, Antigua, Montserrat Sailing for Trinidad {
| gains well held, and there w ys | Empha sing the need for a Kitts-Nevis Sailing Friday \\
putea! $3 ; i1..1| strong Navy, particularly in view iit chien : 24th Mareh {}
harder*tone to British controlled of reports that Russia is building | The Sanitary Commissioners of || rhe *xhooner LAUDALPHA SATURDAY ‘MARCH 25th y
issues, lup turdy fleet, he wrote: “The | St. Michael yesterday appointed | li accept Cargo and Passengers will accept Cargo \)
t , nae ere as 7 a ha -_— = Mottle C ! for St. Lucia, sailing Tuesday 21st
Owe mi commodity ners Ss were! answer to superbombs, which = : Fe ; pa “t 2 Eh Wi March ee . Apply )
one ~e pene a a w penc : leake @heir greatest toll’ against anne re re D et od = in ? : i ace. seslaabeiacaiaadiad )
off, and tea at.recent improved|)...., ae ie = meeting betwee > Commissior ).1. SCH¢ . S & ( TD.,
= _ r I \large cities and their masses of ers of Health for St. Michael, the ASSOCIATION (INC.) iH. JASON JONES & LTD i
eves. | population, is dispersion and mo-|\.* : ; ’ Consignees. )
é 5 rej 3; anc ; : KY : —- Westbury Cemetery Commissioners om Agents,
Dealers in foreign bonds and bility—and the Navy provides . SSC i| TEL. 404: )
rails reported little business and dispersion and mobility at sea mere nee ones : nae |} tt
“he rices F o { scus é rs ecte i
no, cena thos eee. | eegular, The | rroush its task forces ae meee "Tinn’ Ginna, |
affir market was irregular, The —( Reuter.) sioners were then considering a = ---
general trend was to slightly) Be hice 4) Kubedae Week i . e .
lower levels, but one two Free- etter from the Barbados ork- | ‘ l St sh ‘
staters responded with firmness po. e ers’ Union sana a 1o0na eams L IS
to rumours of favourable Chef Had 9 Wives: |
development. | “ J |
Y oe
—Reuter. find > ~ aol h Saile Saile Sails Arri Sail
Got A Years In G ow 3 anis SOUTHBOUND Montrea Halifax Boston Barbados Barbado:
S LONDON, Mareh 23 |
10 Czechs ent | A 51 year eld chef, John Taylor | CANADIAN tain ak , ard. Mar. 29d. Mar
° | who “spent his life seeking the ism is cai y uric acid in the | LADY foueee sar ses” i ee. “A Ace! Ae
To Jail perfect wife” and acquired Ob€} tog. This should be removed by the | LADY NELSON 1%th Apr 13th Apr 23rd Apr —s 94th Ap
| Ss wives . f tUDN 2th Ma 1M h M tt i"
| lawtul and aoe Shas hci kidneys. When kidneys fail, small crystals | | ADY RODNEY Lath May aah Ma ith \ aE aa sith M
LONDON, March 23. ip: Che hat Ae Yeates Ay PEBAN |) odge in the joints and between the muscles | A DY RODNEY 30th Ma 3rd Jul Sth Mth Jui Lothe wt
The Bydgosz District Court car gaol senvence, causing frightful 7 —— bar +1
; : . doctors in famous clini that within
today passed jail sentences on| l wh rsaded guilt t sin clinics prove Y
* I who } ided guilty to : "1 rin rr
the second batch of defendants in| two bigamous marriages since the hour alter taking, Dodd's Kidney Pills are ue aresve Salis Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrives
i ‘a ” ‘ : ea : vie. helping the kidneys to drain away excess NORTHBOUND Barbados Barbados Boston St. John Hulifax M
the trial of “return” underground | war, lived with his wife for only acids and poisons from the blood twice as
organisation, Warsaw radio re-| three months in 1925. By hi first quickly as before. Pain causing crystals go. | | DY NELEON og Mag 23e6 Mar ist Ap nd At dies Kas eo
ported. bigamous marriage he had eight Your blood is clear. Pain and discomfort | | Y NELSON 6th May 6th May 17th May itth Ma
Miss Stefania Jurek was sen-| children. His defending Counsel | disappear. You quickly regain that sprightly | |ADY RODNEY sth Ju 10th Jun 19th June aist J aty
‘ pT ¢ 1 + LADY NELSON June 204) Sth July Oth J th J
tenced to eight years imprison-| aid Taylor had received a heac step of health and feel years younger. ADY RODNEY orth We oth ith Aug t i
ment, Regina Peczkowska and) injury on an airfield that Was] Insist on the genuine Dodd's Kidney Pills a aa
anal seve sars.| bombed in 1940 and 1948 he Big blue pee 8
Bohdan Borucki to seven years, i PC ae vo re at your drug - ve wn B it " Ne -Bubieds to chanes, withens uptinn. All Veesela Sistas. wit ;
| Edward Polewezynski, Maria | '¢ “om a _ ‘S ‘on poe oe nil pa y ¢ je bers. Passenger Fares and freight rates on opplication to
Polapinska and Fracizzek Zolad-) WMlen ane he memory large of 40 pills, @ /21
kieicz to six years, Jozef Baum a GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. —
land Krystya Boleyn to five yea eee \\ hs i ea ras Cae cL Tao
Wladyslaw Kop to four years and suet ‘ ; = =.
Henryka Baumann to two year Military Experts | Spartan Club CIE. GI TRANSATLANTIQUE |
—Reuter. ) ” kd - |
— ah } ei |
Meet Today FRENCH LINE
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Russian Spy Worked THE HAGUE, March 23, |i ,,T@Annual Gener H Sailing to Trinidad Sailing to
. « r Plymouth
~ ° Some 250 military experts from |))} n ¥ lay | ( . nN
¢ : : men | ASCOGNE Ma March 2\st
In U.S. Office 10 countries—Franct Belgium, { t 4. i he | | ‘ MISR” iNI March 14th April ath
Holland, Luxembourg, Norway,}))) Qucee rk | CASCOGNW 14 d oR
WASHINGTON, March 23 Denmark, Italy, Britain, Canada \ , 2 | bea ae May a = Rag |
; A man alleged vo have been 4/ and the United States—will meet} )) C. MATTHEWS if | | *GASCOGNE” May 24th May 3ist i
top Russian espionage agent {here tomorrow for the first of a Hony, Secretary, i
-onnected vith the Americat ut Yn) | *
State Depa tm t a af Meal | series of talks on co-ordination of]))) 24.3.50 ay! For further particulars apply to :—
Ste artment was sald DY «\\ |ihoir five reg ans f ) | ’ "
Timinaiemll . : t gional plans or ty { “ ‘
| Department to-day in an an-| ot defence Sos = aN} || 8. M. sONES & Co, LTD. - Agents.
nouncement quoted by Democra! ; ’ ) SSS oS “ite |
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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE Bee 7 DAY, MARCH i, 195
A A ’ - ) ’
- Spartan Defeat B.B.C. RADIO |; ein ea
PROGRAMME A BRUSH s
Rovers 2 N il : PRIDA’ MARCH %4, 1950
74s a.m, Think an These Things. 7.30
In a game packed with thrills from beginning to end Spartan Interude 6 a : Fron kK Secities FO ~ EVE RY
defeated Pickwick-Rovers 2—0 at: Kensington Oval yester- Londo Pek "Orchestra e
day afternoon. i eee Brig
Both goals were scored by the Spartan centre forward ara F | } a
John Evelyn. ' 40 PU RPOSE Hi.
he evening was bright and the pitch was firm when both en aR. . soe of
wris R ) Rec i ]
re Monaster p Th )
The Daily Service. 415 pm. Miahts ||| LADIES HAIR BRUSHES (w:
the Pickwick-Rovers centre for- at the Opera. 5 p.m. ‘Carroll Calls the | “ = a (with \Voo
| ward walked out to the field atter| La ne Victor rune. 3.19 p.m. Recs Bure 5.30 | $1.64 and $2.88, den backs),
his team before the match was y \. Interlude. 6 p.m. New Records. 6.45 LADIES HAIR BRUSHES (it
Anthology—-12. 7 p.m. The News ty

Plastie)—g) m



ie Rovers defending from Ludorum At | gan. News. Analysis, W15: pam West and $2.10.
ndian Diary. 7.45 p.m. D. Music. 8
the pavilion end started to press| ash. Radie, Newsitel, 615 im. BBC GENTS’ HAIR BRUSHES—s° ¢-. 45
ovthern Orchestra. 9 p.m. The News, re 7 49: ‘

the Spartan goal but were resw- | EEN cera lec’ Hiom iain’ O18 $1.64 and $2.46, , S174; $3.59,
ed by Medford and Reece. oun ion The Debate Continues. 9.30 p.m

About 20 minutes after play | ‘ “ab from i 10 p.m. The Tech GENTS’ PLASTIC HAIR BRUSHTS
hanins goalkeeper Hill whe stop} Pie; zne,(2) , Champion oi au ot Meee: Oe nee Ae EASE, SRN Glial nay les) —$1 49. rie
esting goal-keeper Hill who stop- isi é Tic ) fae New ae

a 2, was Victor Ludorum c 92: .84: $1, 70; and .63 $1. {!

ped the ball confidently. Gib-| the Boys’ Foundation
bons playing at left wing was so} i yesterday.

closely marked that every attempt
to cut in and seore was foiled by
Gibbs.

Evelyn again tried to score but
again goal-keeper Hill was in the
correct position to stop the ball.
Chase too on the right wing was

Athletic
SARE ey ae et a

HEAR...

BATH BRUSHES—$1.68,
COAT BRUSHES—$1.05;
CLOTH BRUSHES—$1.74
SHOE BRUSHES—60e., 47c.
POLISH KITS (cor wlete With Dey
SHAVING BRUSH®. .
$6.44; $8.u01;

He brought off a first in the long
jump, 100 yards ana
and ran second in the

$1.08 ond olds

jump, high
220 yards
440 yards.
The Champion house was
with 115 points while Set C, D ana
A. came 2nd, 3rd and 4th respec-
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Rovers fast moving winghalf. D. Sealey, once Victor Ludoruy.| MAKING a burst of speed in a close finish at Combermere yesterday, K. A. Barrow wins the Ub; $1.25 and £¢
When referee Coppin blew for| of the school, won the Old Eoys’ 440 yards flat, Also winner of the half mile, Barrow showed himself steady on the stride. :
falf time both teams had failec | ace in convincing style and hs " « omer 5 siallbincrtiniaiilsttinbeneininani
to score. tug-of-war was carried off by the FIVE RECORDS TOPPI EK
oar Se heat | Renee i aes we distributed bs Capt. Jordan 4
changed their tactics and con- +e me v agi eee ae ) pf Y ¢ EPHERD & {),
centrated on long passes. About| @t. H. A. Talma, Police Masis- : ! MERE Scores Y9 In

trate of District A

teams trotted out on the field.

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15 minutes after play in the secon ¢ ea THE following are the Eight 12
: ; The Results were :— vine ae. Ae Va, & 13 BROAD sTrery

half Evelyn the Spartan’s centr (First 14 Events concluded before Five records were broken yesterday at the Combermers|
forward opened the scoring b)| Sports Day c ; . Se, “ —r day’s Practice of the Small Bore fl

placing the ball into the righ‘ my eee, a a ass at a a) c £chool in the Sports Finals. H. H. Brewster emerged Victor! Rifle Club Tene ‘
{ Smit 2 el 3 rd : . y

hand corner of the nets and giving | wurke ic ne ass | Ludorum being winner of the 100 yds., 220 yds., and the nea : om |

Hill no chance to save set ree Sak east Mae idle Long Jump. Set F. which gained 210 points carried off th sed i 53999999995 996 99006. 806+ Save

; . ’ . A %y . . apt, « 1. JO é . oe i al he 0” M8

After thet Spartan was imbued |, 1st Barrow (C), and Bannister \B), 3 d Athletic Shield. we i a Vearudood 98 3 Oty 7, BSD
with the scoring spirit and the] Vong Jump (Class 4) | At the end of the events, the Headmaster addressed the | M. A. Tucker 98 IN ;

. ‘ 4 s 9 Sr ' : ny | . or "San C 7 J J r Ms
second oe _ eg ee out- 34 tS We, ist Waithe B), 2nd Shep large gathering and then introduced Mrs. Tudor who pre | F, a . % L OLEL M CARPETS fe ho
running ells took a shot across |’ Jump (Ct 3) . ah one | S. Tempro 97 . . 1
the goal and Evelyn again made 4 ft "3 in ist Cor liffe (D), 3nd Clarke | aopiad the saan i.e aa |_, M. G. Tucker 96 Bison 9 #8. 4 MA tt and 10% ft. by 9 ft. Pie
no mistake in heading the ball out | (C), and Layne (A) J The results were as follows:— 1 Major J. E. Griffith . 96 | | -

wonke Jump (Class 2) 1 she | Also
of the reaches os Hill, | 16 ft. 10 in, Ist Layne (D), Ind Lovel | 39 yas. piv. 5 | Yr, & In ee hie ye | 1% j

Despite the strong defence o1!\2), 3rd Smith (D) Siakatnc ia ‘Weaaint | 66m. 3 te dee ae | “htembere are asked to note that | ou
Puaverbs and Atkinggs the greater | 1004 Jame (GeO) tA), ana Trt 1) Holford, B: (2) Burke, K. 13), Kir k riendly Football there will be a speenen of the | ROBERT H. PIERSON 3 ee IN ROLLS 6ft, vi acl
part of the play in the second] .an (p), ard Pilgrim (C). Morris (B) [°C be * ae above Club on Saturday, Marca | : | very reasonable Pirinsiatironnssite.. fe 2
half was witnessed in ‘the Pick- | Mish Jump (Class 4) co 0 She te ee ene Association 25th, 1950. |New York City Radio Evangelist 3 Price, ou
wick-Rovers goal aeae- D), Sra ‘Shep ag oo (1) Nien A mois Oh apalt’ is ime | TODAY'S FIXTURE and Religious Author Bstablishe I HERBERT I L .

Pickwick-Rovers tried in the end | Mish Jump (Class) 3 Whittaker, C Berwick vs. Westerners at St. | 5 ; D B il int 186° ® ; ncorp en
to score but the Spartan backs < i 2 ailh, PEO (B), and Layr 100 Yds. Div. 2. Leonard’s. Referee Mr. N. Holder antiago efeats Bat ey | ‘ : 10 & 11 Roebuck § 10
reve always . Nes | Mere oral ) 1) Osbourne, K (2) Brereton, R.; | aaah d | oman -_ ; oedu 4
wae une te aot oar | Tiny Tan, oy, ne | AT ME LiVanoOL, Margh 23, | “THE ATOM BOMB AND ya, a

€ § c z ; ayn + rime seCS uis > : E anis PISS 4 FOOSSSSG
was unchanged, Spartan two goals { (Ashley (B), 3rd Lovell (B | Junior Relay. JAMAICAN WINS Luis De Santiago, Spanish ARMAGEDDON” . ;
3 " c ; High Jump (Class 5) | (1) Set A; (2) Set C; (3) Set C mek 8 Featherweight Champion and cffi- | acieiaatei
Pickwick-Rovers nil | 3 ft. 6 in. Ist Pilgrim (C), 2nd Moseley } Senior Relay. __ ZaIVERPOOL, March 23. | ja) contender. for Ray Fame- PFE

The referee was Mr. O. S./\9) 2 9. amy af Set F; (2) Set B; (3) Set D Bill Jackson of Jamaica beat| chon’s European Title, defeated | A Lecture on Present Day
Coppin ‘and the linesmen Messrs.| “Yak Clarke \C), and Thorpe 10 ein, ; c yt ikea a | Allan Cooke of England on points| Tommy Bailey of Liverpool on| events in the light of Bible SPEAKING OF ENRICHED BREAD? Wit
P Willkin and I. Byer. | iS une ra | (3) Bishop, J 2 : }over eight rounds in a light-' points in an eight rounds contest | Prophecy. :

The teams were:— | lst Waithe (B), and Wilson (c Time ; 11 4/5 sees.) heavyweight contest at Liverpoo!| at Liverpool Stadium to-night. | RADIO DISTRIBUTION— Z ’ pe
Ph aig Harris, Reece, Medford, rhveectoreed Nea aS 100 Yds. Div. 1. | Stadium tonight. —Reuter. } —Reuter. Sunday, March 26, 7,30—8.00 a.m The
aIPtens, | Haynes, Cadogan, Gib- Ist Thomas and Barrow, 2nd Barrow ean BY ter, Ff 2) Lorde, R | Swan and R pne |
a nents Evelyn, Johnson | ud Burke. 3rd Springer and Warne Ps Wide anes ] 7 and Roebuck Streets ce
colt thane, Relay Race (Over 10) ae ee: lean aa .

Eibienieh-Beverss, Hill, Prov a wees Malek Ee” oe Bt Oot D | wisteatles. Asi 2) Marshall, C.; (3) | Recognized Quality Bakers offer... 4 a
erbs, nson, unte, oster,| ist R. Clarke (C), Qnd Thorpe (Bi.\ Time: i9 4/5 secs | ) BURN ORDI ENR i ‘ - Bove
Mayers, Wells, Croney, ‘Wilkes, | "4 Murrell (D) 1220 ¥dy. Div. 2 } NARY ICHED BUTTER BREAD of
aa? ; 100 Yards (Class 4) | ‘ rr
Stanley and Robinson. ist W. laynoe (D), and Weithe (®), (4) Osbourne, K.; (2) Brereton, R | | Sin
d Bvecuten, (0) r (Ah arena eete } KEROSENE in
100 Yards (Class 1) 1b J D » f }, “ 7
it Cerke (Bi,-8nd Thomas (C), rd} “iy Forde, Ke; (2) Niles, R (3) Hol | { TILLEY LAMPS Se

S ‘dd T ive Yards a lass 2) | der, W. and King K i one Conan: Soa ENRICHED mi

we es op Ist Lavnre (D), 2nd Tull (D), ard Git errant Tee ee British Make oe
tens (B) &
® 80 Yards (Class 5) ee, Wards Div. 8 ) Lighting by Tilley Lamps e
saree | - ee: * (1) Kennedy C., (2) Brewster, W : ; Ys i
Wrestling iiihigisi. me sons w| gating > Brown H} meas a" Bright Light tor beawe
Lens Jump (Class 1) oot Ge 278, secs | |) two evenings at one filling. ' -
TOC 2 4 Ist Bi » (Bi, ¥ Waham ( ad rds v. | 4 ,
Sree OL, March 23. | thomas tC), Se randy es cg newater: H., (2) Toppin, D., 13) | A. 8. HUSBANDS,—Agent, it's mixed Mila
en, with 15 points, headed | 0 Yards (Class 1 Wine: Bé car | Babbs, St. Lucy. em ‘
the nations taking part in the mi. Browne (B), 2nd Price (A, 3° | aig Yeras Diy. 5 +
world Amateur Greco-Romau | Thoms (c ‘ (1) Holford A., (2) Holder. 4 ;
r wy cl i ” older, C., (3) | ,
wrestling championships, whici ie i “cc ‘ae Moseley (A), 21 “area Seis fin | | poeeeee POSE PPOOPSPPOPE, wih , :
need ners tonignt Turkey wat se, (S (Class 2%) Throwing tke Steves Dice 2 1 % us,
second with | 13 points and Hun- | ” Ist Layne (D), 2nd Gittens (B), & mi Headley, B., (2) Crichlow, H,, (3) 1% I % Bio
gary third with eight points | Whittaker (C) | re DS \ | 1? IVED % Rs

The new champions are Fly | Three Leseed Race (1 nder iW) sl ak Yaa oe 3 ins., (Record) 1 % he ke
weight—B. Jol ad Ist Weekes and Walcott, 2nd nlift | l) B . : 1 ¥, %

Be toy M. as sb os Murrell, 3rd Lloyd and Waithe | Ke ‘ veo V., (2) Howard P., | 1g e % ’

antam—] issan (Egypt); | fish Jump (Class 1) wee " } | ,
Light—J. Gal (Hungary); Welter | _ lst Carter (Cl, 2nd Thomas (C), 3r | Latina: min. 81 secs SERVED i ‘ Watch this space every Sunday for the week's Specialties 1

M. Simanainer F inlard); Mid- | aotatca Diane 1) } (1) Murvell, M., (2) Shepherd, G., (3) | 3s % | = SASSI
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Cru (Turkey); | Nurse (B | Long fine Mie, 7 : Om Y DA NI - : % § es
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He: i (Sweden) ‘ a “o pire) es itt, Gahourae, K., (2) Lewis, K., ) \EVE r Powder ¥1y ST

orae 1 110 Vards (Class 2) } rq ‘ :

. oe ie , Distance 16 feet, 10 che s S| Mr
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(Turke .. Hamid (Egypt) | vu pe , Throwing The Digeus ‘div 1 ‘ From 7 to 10 o'clock : B Lux Flakes 3 A NEW PRODUCT. ae
. * * Old Boys’ Rac ' » & Pweter ( ing “ x aie Be !
Banam-—M. Kaya (Turkey), P| Oa lb"sectey, and M.A ear tat : ae . % for EXTERNAL and INTERNAL Surlaces
Anderberg (Sweden awlins ; High Jump Div. 4 Be cee .
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Taha (Lebanon), S. H. Khandil | a), rf, Gy Sed, me Lioyd berts, W * eee whe * Tins Silvo x Cc or
(Egypt); Light—G. Frei Tue-Of-War Past vs, Present lelgnt: ¢ feet, 1 % % In
(Sweder Ty Yuece (Turkey); | 'st Pre Boys Long Jump Div. 3 y Wi
Welter—C Atik (Turkey) G | 1) Kellman E., (2) Kennec ., (3) x " indelone 3 i i ain le.
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Oezsdi urke G. Nemeti DIVISION I tone emai h % Shinio x Ty > nd
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’ . Ria AV Seat | Jistance: 18 feet
H 1 G Robi (Hungary) B. Layne, 2nd P. Lashley, ard A | High Jump Div. 5 % ¥%|% it goes on and stays on almost any surface, hy
andemil inke » | Level surke : ’ ’
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, Trotman (Dy) 1) Kennedy C; (2) Brewste s 9
: : | nsolation Prize Ss ' 4, @ ster H ’ .

Sun Rises 6.03 am | Conmalation’ ey M. SI Braxhwaite Hj) Sy j : 3 STONEWHITE, CAEN STONE and ous

Sun Sets: 6.11 pam, — i40 YDS. DIV, 2 i * * MID B BIRTOBIN cscs vvieem

Moon (First Quarter) March 1) Rebinson J, (2) Lewis K. (3) Brore * SIS cg a nya gi

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Lightning: 6,30 p.m. oe erinis Stars 140 BRE $48 Seconds s . Co. Ltd. % % da

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or YESTERDAY ’ Time 58 2/5 Seconds x DIAL 2236 — ROEBUCK $7. ¥ % T iD. Ser

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+ day: 1.62 ins. ars, Miss “Gussie Moran and OLD BOYS RACE 7 ata es catenin %
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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. MABCH M __ii_ lKt #&*//> CaUinq C OMMANDER N. H013ROOK. V C and Mrs. Holbrook. left BJt\*Am yestculuv by B W.I.A. Mrs WMlb'jry i? from Curacao, whore her hmbnnd Is head of Lloyds .fern Its Comminder and Mr: Sahli have been here f T two monttu ti who i' a close 7r:t.:d of them Joined them there a couple ot wefks ago for a short holiday, Thii* the Holbrook?' and Mixi SahliV fifth visit i. l!:i:bados in five yean. However, next year they expect to grt to Kenya and will probablv vtftt Barbados agnln in 1(42. Commander awaided I OM durnjE submarine Conni They asked Carlo to thank their many Barbadim : time which %  them during their stay her-*. Thev arc rctuniinc li U i<-ao. Here Until Sunday M ISS FLAVIA U\) BuJLAY. %  til be staying at AbbeSt H-.use u.iul Sunday saterday from St. Lucia. Lt. Col. and M were at S< • her. Mrs. %  i Miss Uu Bouiuy Paid Short Visit M R H. II. OILLEAN (Jnr) a mat i returned horn V day in tlv H i Lightning Stay! M R. AND MRS. CVR'L ABRAHAMS, who arrived on 1 by the i |: V. I returning ' E ; They live i tl %  *. . ; i THIS I'K'TI "III el I imim. %  IKIIT mil Mrv Holbrook flOOfJ and third from Ihr left > u-aa Uken ynterda) at Sea w HI shortly before Ukftf left for Irimd.id intronslt lor (urauo and In gland. Mrv V. Hrslhurv on the rxtn-mileft, and Mi's Trud> lafell aho arrompani'd ,,, On Carib Holiday M l -;;s HAIIVEY SCHWA %  i ciM fi" a live, to i %  i-iay uy iiitll Sunthe 0 i to visit Haiti, .itid Nassau, bei On A Routine Visit R IBBRT PIERSON, who is in Day Advenusta la the VlrgUi Islands and Fran* i v H W.I.A. and is staying at the Fnmore Hotel. AUo rresident of the I Ifa Day Adventists bs Is Itlne visit, and will be ban until Sunday. .nm r pi. in Of 1-^ncashirc County C.C. Dire la ol lit lush I %  i i. : .. %  W I A un English cricketer, in id before the %  Lancashire Con ">tb.ill for i M Carib, the Eng.. hkh will %  is siort of fast bowlers with Mi PDI '• Tl i %  I Hotel Engaged George %  of 1 I of M.i' Roekley A Nurse In Yorkshire S TAYING 1 %  B W.I A to Bpw %  %  %  Estate. St K A nursi l>e returning by the "GoHHn." in AugUSt M Met By His Friends R. G. GASSON of Tot-ago. Sekfl at Sam 11 on arrival be %  %  rid I Iv S ithorn and i Woolf, who ha' s refW days' • i.. th tl IstraUM Presentation Of Colours B K PAQ1 DAO C.B.1 M C Comms Area n It W 1 A after going to British Ou i Barbados fur three talion MaJ M. i. Skew s-Coi waa at the him rf Educational Adviser M R. AND MRS. J. L. NICOJ left yesterday for St. Luck, by B.W.I .A., on one w* Mr. Nicol is Educational Advisor to Colonial Development and Welfare. Hope To Return M R AND MRS. A. BfAYBU of Oakville, Ontario, returned to Canada by the Lady NVIwn >•-erday morning. They came down here about two weeks ago on t, ;t to the island and hk< •u much that they hope to co again. Mr Maybee is a retired manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce n Calgary, Alberta. To Meet Aircraft M R GEORGE ADAMS, repreSSDtatlVa Ol Hunting Aer Surveys left for St. Lucia Yesterday hy B W.I.A.. to meet the aircraft which will be used in the irvey of Dominica, and whicri •xpeettd to arrive In St. Lucia yesterday. He hopes to egin work tomorrow. Canadian Medico Leaves D R AND MRS. E. K. LYON of L'-imington, Ontario, Canada, i "turned home yesterday morning by the Lady Nelson liter Bpjsjndli. en;ovable holiday. It was their 11 which they spent it the Ocean View Hotel Returns Home via Trinidad M RS GEORGE CAMACHO ol i getown, RG sites holiday of over six an resterday by B.W.I A for Tnnidad where she will staying for a couple of i .mi; borne, Staying st the Hastings Hotel she all wonderful week nt th" I Work Has Commenced M R. CLARENCE O'NEAL, who returned Irom St. Lu 11.W.I. A told I ..rd to the building el es, work has commenced it. He was away for a couple of days' holi.i!ig with friends Ins Islet. Arrived by the "Nelson" M R. B L. SHAW. Chut Accountant for Bookei... .liana is back in Barbados for a holiday lus way to England for his long leav e, from at the begiiiiLim ngalow on -• %  j mei M Robertson. i> from Kalamasoo and Mrs Vaughn Uvi City. This is their first visit t %  % %  and Kathl J Ui their loud peals o thunder ss the storm ap| the vivid flashes of lightning done by lighting effect, made this de.ippeal to evT>-one. •k On Page 7 3 3 THRU tOVHO i. MUKS in ih.-, r eery saknelrni ".'stumrs are -<-rn danrinc Ihp Polka at Madame Hromovas Dancr Rerital whlrh took pUre at the Fmplre Ihealre last night. The Tiny Tots Had It All Their Way P L A Z A a*M. TREASURE o( 3.LRRA MADRE %  OO ui' %  V-MVIinilHUVMH Comn mmrmm DOGAAT 0 IAMEJ X(;N V in THi: OKLAHl M\ K .j,. M KOSLMAKV LANR • HARVEY MRM A Warner Bl !l.w o.mai mane it ft Bi*o .(ili sompIlundreds of cars encircled the < ntirc block of tfie Empire Theatre last night. a.s trie two performances of Madame Bromovn'.< Dance Recital were thorougni-. enjoyed by the large audiences attending the two si; Excellency the Governor and Mrs. Savage were at the evening's %  To Slnfls out any one of the : special mention Is in%  i graceful performers In 1 programme of almost <". ran, Russian, Spanish. Welsh, Dutch i ling number 'me exerrises which 'ho pupils learn it. %  les who followed hi* numN-r were liny darllnsjs si vhen they missed a step there only added charm ery dainty little folk. The Picture Gallery then followed: Ann Bay ley as Nell wee excellent and her :iagniilcent. The twe bathing belles of the old days in (heir quaint old fashioned bathing suits, caps and pants below the licked on the i splashed each other wW much to the amusement of the crowd Then June Knight's impression of i tennis burlesque another big dashed from one to the other smashing Bl Perhaps the highlight of the recital was the pupils' rendering of "Summer Storm." wall I I'.irt 3 of the programme. It was a simple inabout butterflies, the win b rds and huntsmen; pi' ide a great ton young performers each in their well; Shirley ( the two other b ids in You u .. thmn rj To abiu* ini would o* muii Hard linn. i4> 14 Sugr*t* the fluw u:-i. :.. %  -. a 6u:i 15 IIU ...ikn are not nica is PnUM : %  i urn. i-t 17 Bqiui'i ceitainii no'. %  rjn^t or iMMini) Oe inaiM %  '. -r,ai8 I CKVPTOQl'OTE—Here'"* Row to WOtft it: A X Y D L 11 A 1X1 I* LOMOI i L L W One letter simply stands for another In this example A Is used for the three Ls. X for the two O's. etc Single letters, aposths length and formation of the words are all hints. Each day the code letters arc different A Cryptogram (Quotation JEEl SGCH CDW BDEIYXWI RQ RGI VGKKWDH (ED XYHAEV Hl-V GXDERl'VH ftyalssjaaiai THE BEARDLESS YOUTH, HIS TUTOR BRTNQ w URNOTH DISMISSED. DEUGHT3 IN H0R4SR—HORACR %  ..AC. j) glna dnv-- ney r.' i" Jo and ari'ii lu 00 HUM it I WMn %  > train i* reiormea J l-jon. *> II i n.i. i %  |K i7 .... uasw. in 11 AcroM is thM %  niw. more tnan %  %  %  .i ..B. (41 Jl Vhiuinf IS for vou nd rou Hi %  %  %  % %  l BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER T D2 Afghans "i %  %  %  I %  %  If 1 we should know whethi Marginal \ulv T %  l on -the r %  %  | %  That wv.,. %  %  t At least. u\ concert. (TOMORROW TWO At The Tmnbnnc by Rout r and Mal,ij halfpt Sd It"" asked ti %  aid Knulenough, "it wouldn't %  %  -What good wou Sd the proprietor with %  l.itrrarv Vofa T iitv s.i> thai praised the wrong ing that tbl He themfon had no 'bluib' on. IO->IOIIItOU M4.III' run \uuu. Final Ap p earanca uf the Trinidad HOT SHOTS AMD HIE III >IOIK..\\< OKI IIISII(\ la a Hatlte ul MMk Ihisiuahoul the Xisht DELICIOUS STEAK DINNERS PIMM Itohl I—l ll ll l fc*rl> — Dial 4000 I I slok'fl bouk. to go In Pasting R USSIAN unit %  land lo spy on UH H hew to keep an eve on Russian ; that, unknown to them Russia has sent other agents to spy on Uw aganti UV Th.whola duveultj t. | I thing. It V/OB III. Mils T.i II.' ,i .i ONI CKNT EAI II IIITIf I Blum I 1 i i i i osa m IIY powni i If ci iimiim mm 111. -.in i M i IHMIini. MIKIHIKTo < h FOUNTAIN PENS ILM A Hidr ^uorlment ui PATH un N\ 11 inRg II HUM OOMM i i laai at a cu. P \l M \MI III III oil -II till I. j Cake iiili.tnnun -iii\n,i,i IS TU. a Bolllc LADIES' PANTIES To Clear al '.H I •. Pearh ind lvtir, r r R s i s 1.. Oaai .i so rt COPYIVI. II \l II s I. 1 t. Ill I h HMt I linn I Jl anil BJ I ,. i linn il i-il iiiiiiiSJVAP II' THESE IIIIU.IIXS! MARINE HOTEL DANCE VVIIIIIIAV MI.HI >lar.li SSlk PERCY GREEN & HIS ORCHESTRA Dancing from 9 to all hours-$1.00 Wr r e gasHtfafltag ou IIOl.ll. Worthings NO SHOW TODAY Bsiwaai MS si—sas al . p.m. %  THCVOB llll I I i K 1 Mil I Bl ..„ PQWLgVY, Irani univcv EMIMIIK ro-UAv AI 1SS 'nd S.M J-T Mt'NT sTiioMiirna PI'^SENTS %  •XI Itanmial Llamita uh DlBrlurlr 111 Mill" Hill I.IMMlHIN m.\ >IIM K.l.l PIT is llll IM Bl DANCE AT THE BARBADOS AQUATIC CLUB warn evEjiuxG .., o V/oe4 (Local & Vntltlnj Members Onlr) Music by "HOT SHOTS" Orchesti a, with JOEGRA-sn American Saxophonist; and ROD CLAVARv^C^ (lad.. Top Vocalist. !" " Haw Trinidad CALTPSOES played by Trinidad. Leadinu Orchestra! ADMISSION TO UALLROOM 2n. V(OIUMW 'K'UIU aifMaH % JohnayWEISSMULLER ^jig ., JUNGLE JIM lost T R?BE . MYRNA DEtl ilENA VerDUGO JOSEPH VITAlE^ —/ an. iw..r o..".r." vmUAHKHU %  >.^<~n SAMUIWKJ txlru:"IHIUUEH MAOC" KEEP YOUR HONE AS CLEAN AS A WHISTLE! WE HAVE THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVb COTTON FACTORY Ltd. Land your i /; talrh HUM/I Flab: Books. Fishing L Hullet .nd llrrrin, Twtoea, Braaa Swivels. Rowlocks. Moil ii .„ %  I ',. < lest %  oafea, alvanlsrd l'„ II AMI BROOMS STRAW BHOO.MS •< Mil) BROOMS ItASMSTKR BRISIIKS SCRUB BRISIIKS BOTTLK BRISIIKS CARPET BRLSIII %  TOILET BRISIIKS and IIOI.DKRS SELECT EARLY FROM THE CORNER STORE B R 0 0 M S



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I If.HT Spartan Defeat Rovers 2—Nil In a game packed with thrills frum beginning to end Spartan defeated Pickwick-Rovers 2—0 at Kensington Ova day afternoon. uprad by thi for w ard Jolin Evelyn. i '..:i H/M hi i, hi and the pilch was Jinn wl rotted out on the field A shout wa< heard when W:lkes BARBADOS ADVOCATE .FRIDAY, MARCH ^ th*> Plckwleh-Rovtn centre forward walked out to the Held after bis learn before the match wa* started. IlcKwlck-Rovers defending from the pavilion end started to press th# Spartan goal but were resTfr Medford and Reece. About 20 minute* after play began Evelyn tOOk a low shot Itsllng ccal-kecp. r Hill who itoppci (he ball luiiiidenlly. Gibbon* plavinj* .il Ml win* was BO lo cut in and score was foiled b) %  vwlyn again Irind to MM agaiii \ FCU1 mi "I thl I position to slop (he ball. Chase too on the nunl wn.. pinned down by the Pi' I '-*t movinn winiehalf When referee Coppin 1,1' Half time both learns h;..< to score. In the second half Spartan changed their tactic* and 00O* long passes. About 15 minutes after play in the seconi hklf Evelyn the Spartan's cent! forward opened tin* • in inn i, placing the ball into the righ' hand corner of the M I Hill no chance to save. After In*' Spartan Nil I with tin* scorinn spinl il second goal came when Chase outrunning Wi'lls took llMX the goal am: ... niaci r.o %  Uattki HI hogding tinhall om of tiu roaches -. the at run a; aV Pxovti b an AUdn > tl part ot Mai play in tin half was witnetued in the Pickwick-Rovers goal area. Pickwick-Rover* ii n*d in ii' but tin Sparta 11 ware always on the boot to clear was unchanged. Spartan two goals Pickwick-Rovers nil The PaftTM KM Hi O. I : and UM linesmen Messrs. P WUkln and I hyer. Tinteams were:— Spartan: Harris Recce, Me*, furl CJIttens, Haynes. Cadogun, Glbi t, Evelyn, Johnson and Chase. nekuiekRoven: Hill, Proverbs. Atkinson. Hunte. Foster, Mayers. Well*. CronOJ Wills*, and Robinson. Layne Victor Ludorum At Foundation B. Law. ,n,pion o. I>ivision 2 waVictor Ludorum o Foundation Athletic meat yaatau la i H. brought off a first In 1 imp. nigh jump. 100 yards ana in second in the I %  rittl 111 point" A I % %  ami VutM i %  present boys. Thi prim won •rate of District A The Roi Tim H Ewitltt cuticludcd brtori ThV-i- TOfafM Hall I %  -i :... %  B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMME is %  the Opri i'all. (!> %  BramoM I'aiad* 5 SO %  v From "w Third Prot'ai>me i 50 N>w Krcord*. S.4S n. \niii'd 13 pin Thf SeSM t 15 i %  i Muie. ts %  HEAR... MAKING a hurst of speed in a close finish at Combermere yesterday. K A. Barrow wins th< 440 yards flat. Also winner or the h.ilf mile. Barrow showed himself StMltj on the I iKtil Hall 1 l. I i,i i.,. and aWtfiMtai i* i n-tiitm (Ci ... Iu~.p .1 I... I la n i in i.r a . i „.l lmm W -I i-. II 14 (I 3 in 1* <>' ii. Dt. litd fi ICJ, uid L*J>M lAi • %  lump II ISM lb n 10 in Ut Ui il la*. I) %  %  ..,. %  ird Pllajlm FC llilb loiop ( |aat i ri n it, i* WHMI.. iCi, and Bwi n am s-^>pard i*i lllth lump i ISM i.n...u. .* %  u-i Conlllh (Di lllih lump II HUM 4 n io>. in in l% %  *hlrj B>. *d 1.. %  %  ik lama I 3 (1 %  In lal llljp.,:. ICI and MoA M U I^ytw IBI M Vaid> IM R CLnti (C. Snd Thwp.i rd II.'-. C' MJ y.<4, I I,.. |: i n and wn 1" —•tat—a n. • orti H TlMMIIMB mild U*IK — : i ga id *w RaUf 1.1' >llir( ll> <>.). I UM II %  iD*. 2nd Wall •• .1 ! %  Swedes Top Wrestling STOCKHOLM, March 23 Hwaa l aii, with \b | Nl inU. headetl btUng I'.ui world AmMtmu woco-1 wrastling championship*. whU < ended hen toiiijjlii Turtn 1 Hungary Ihii Fi| Iwodgni 4 n laaan i EoaH) . %  %  %  I %  TahimtW urkt) i %  I %  %  FIVE RECORDS TOPPLE AT COMBERMERE ncru broken yegterda) %  UM Conbermer 1 School in Ihe Sports Finals. H. H Bn Ludonim bi'in^ winner of Ihe 100 yd lump. Set K. which gainad itlQ pimis cnrneii iifl th( tic Shield. At the end of the events, the Headmaster addrei itherin^ and then intnxluced Mrs. Tudor The r i e a Cupt. Jordan Seores <>> Tiiy. loasowiag .ire the Kiht %  : tub. c K u Kii MO %  KvnniHly. -•*Hc-urd' + vd.. in i %  %  %  -VhitWixi it fda, in> %  • Tin.* '...... M., ili Scl A. it" Sw\ C. •r..l.t fcrlay i. Vi II: i I** Vd>. lilt. (. %  l<* **•. It. i %  riark.. C Tir.i# )0 M >,,. • 1.1. U|.. hist, A Wnntaksj c Ttrn. i> 4.5 i S •, 01.. t ID OatajUTM. K J Marth.il, V T,... SB g' i UM %  %  aiv i *i> Fiuiut. R <2i Niaaa, df.. W ^L,l K.i. %  K l.fi Frirndly Footbull \--lll i.lll.MI TODAYS Fix-Tint vs. WestermTS al Si Leonard's. Referee Mr N. Holdtr M.P.S. Jordaa a Ml K S. YMI wood 98 ••: A. Tuckw „ r Davli i s Twnpro | .. M Q. Tucker H .1 K QrimUl 96 \ 1. Id,l,iil 90 MM will be a practice %  )l the %  Mnr.:i IMh, Mt, A BRUSH FOR EVERY PURPOSE... I .WMKSII.AIK BRUSHES ,„. ilk SI.H4 snd S2.8K. LADIES HAIR BRUSHES (|. and S2.10. r.EVTS HAIR BRL-SHI S— si.ill and $2.46. GENTS' PLASTIC HAIR ui:i NAIL BRUSHES (in all slyl„).92: M: $1,711: and .63 HATH BRUSHES—S1.6S. 1IIXT HHUS1IES-S1.0S: $|. os CLOlll BRUSHES—Sl.TI SHOE BRUSHES-lii... :,, POLISH KITS (cuiiphi, v „ SHAVING BRUSH -li.ll; M.Uli .„. -I..", .„„| •*tt.HaJ *Mdewi,iJ •: U|| .!t. IJ CAVE SHEPHERD L CO., ii w. ii. u a n BmiM) man I I l\OIH M VHPITS Sizes: 9 fr. by 7V 2 ft and 10y 3 ft by | ft AU-5 5anf:aqo Defeats Bailey UymM^OOL. Murch 23 Luis De Santiago, Spanish Peatharwaighl Champion and <,thcial contendei for Ray Fame%  ; i Til a, Allan Cooke of England on points ToOTlD UvnrpOO] Off -lubt rounds in a hglil heavyweight contest at Liverpool' .t Liverpool Stadium to-night. Stadium tonight -Renter. —Jteuter. JAMAICAN WINS JVatRPOOL, lUreh 23. Bill Jackson of Jamaica beat KOBLKKT II. PIQISON %  nd Rellfloui Author THI; ATOM 111 I Mil AM) AAMAOKDDON A Lei i m| i) nv thg light of lliltl. 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T" Friday Marrh 2 I 1930. BarfratoHs fcrcate / %  / Price: VIVE CENTS Year 5 5. ftfENZIES ACTS AGAINST COMMUNISTS Tree Has Plans For! Local Craftsmen To Earn $ IS. %  Local Company Formed w Council X ill Meet 24 9CHRME to sell Barbadian farnltur< in (be United States WM luld to ihe \A\ 4j V h> Mr. Ronald Tree, of Heron Bay, Si. James. -, The pur) Cili?*!!* i llllltl'fl I < l > toencoui.,. %  April / -r %  uhaidiai %  %  %  %  %  reRiird to fUTOil He had mind, waj int thai tatetf %  by the l' K at to en-1 courage and foster enpc* the colonies to the USA., with the Colonial AtUCbl and the United Kingdom ap[winteii irwM areas of the US A u. • and foster Brit Colonial n gaWOUNgeaaYMM' Ho had il seeing what cou d AdrarMr Cnrtrn-'i %  Replies : potters ot the Intt i |p pr Council 10 lor restricting sugar production Ht coming In verj slowly. But t* meet inn the Council's %  for London on April 2*. will not Cpattponed. even il %  .vuueneom%  itadablf. :S anticipaU al delepte* will make iht mnu verbally. It will be remembered that the -swung was originally tlxed for %  jbruary 28. but was postponed pirukUy to givt time for West lulian producers to come to i aeosion on the -mount of sugar aid Ixsupplying \> BnUin under bulk purchase agreement Nn Markets From the point International Sugar Council the larger quantity ot Ihe sugar availible for free sale 'be belter The rlUllUI | Bt production by finding new %  arkeu. A praanlMnt Sugar IttcuU has remarked on tse fact tnat millions of people In da Araa world ot the Middle east still I. L I luxury budgets over the production "1 sugar .-i programmes designed to tie purchasing power of backnrd KftU It is doubted whether the Catwn proposal will be mnpathetically by the majority at the delegates at the forthcoming meeting. But il is to bo raBtmbered that this is gtonical discussion to render the upon to the Council itself. —(By Cablet. ONLY HOPE MONN. March 21. The extit it, t;i i ml otto Ernst Reiner, May that it would b> te Germans to join an anUlortet front. General Rcmer wai Rpb'ing — as "legitimate speaker far the German wartime generaten"—m the lieuuhc Reich aattaag to Winston CKurchill'a proposal that West dwuld make a positive contributen (or European Dab i The newspaper speaks for the Dt usche SoiUriilUclM fan*, claiming a membership oi •MM. Henu'i. who ami Berlin rising timed to wffli Ihe Hitler bomb plot Of) Julj R\ 1144, ringing o' Wan Germany into tlie Atlantic Fact woulu absolute war. "We have no longer any cfaa rtCO The only chance Ol out %  tai impending world oott %  avoiding taking gacV •wing the Western Pimm* no F*Htt for bringing wa .nty plans. A nnct Dautralltj %  Rawante* [or the .Lvoidance of a War. No Guarantee! not attord to join the %  teopean Council, whosa memot able to gi\•rntornic %  t he event ol %  %  ana pokaaman of the %  yemment's proposal %  e a bet..ld rt%  f .."A denauer's appeal %  * to i constitutional \ %  Just nonsense. W< ; Jte constitution Q *hnn Democ.-atic Rein. aaa *A pran 5* the cam Pjcratic and %  **ten by Potsd-.m and J"tion of ihe Qccupati %  w other colonia'l instil %  ** Germany" he added-Reutrr Indonesia Abolished Militar> Kulr IKA .uinneaia has Atg"'" Prtnupl. ^ !" "** Boewono. announced [Emergency Powers Invoked Greece ''Conimuiiist Part y WiU Gets Ne* Be utla ^ d i t\t KEEPER HILL ireartei i bteafc M II M II usd mink*, look* hack (rr T aaaad '"""i' 1 te it ti"iral gaal klekad •< te ihr l|awteaVg casrtra l atainnl Evali football aaatefe SPORTS WINDOW i 0OTBAJ I %  ii MKI* 11-11 Mil \4 %  :l -I I i Mr,. %  aw< p. 1 l\ Men • siiuk. Uwk-.. MR Uli\ \l II NU l i I M Bnl would ool) hwurinfl i It was Tk. IUCCCU or fjlluir • %  < IM .1 WJN "• *">">,•' „,.,„ .,, „i.rtk am .,1 sUndari Ulh o.MallW odmadr U mi" •""' '" '"' W"""lir. In Kli d" 1 r,r 1K m •'Silva lianios Mvsterv*' • Revived DOCTOR QUESTIONED PARIS to-day w %  -.<} %  %  : who gav< Monique I her deal I wealthy a) %  held in prj %  his younfc : >vitb an %  %  'i. had bear. %  After laogtho %  %  1'arls Pattce. called B* I meaauras Madame Da Sdva's itraler Belgium's Privy Council Meet For First Time Since 1914 War WALLONIA CONTlMhS IV/YLEOPOLD ACTIOIS BRUSSI until ol 28 i war m IH14, : i landers ftl ii A :nrone. A, Uw "i I LUISGSAUCERS EXPECTED OVER SWEDE IS • %  back (rom Cabinet %  lUfht, %  %  King, i %  %  %  %  a teaartei I iri.ui. a, Praaa • i M aatea t ai ominiini.jli.M, :.'iaii 'Ko MiHiene an %  Mil. I] t.'juinet's %  %  tug! %  %  al %  %  %  i ilngb wii \ Bread) %  %  Mi Part 1 | V ., %  %  .' lmdi'i § on I'age 5 All Quiet On Baldwin's Day As tar a> the majaw ihe drsl an I Sup Council Delete ITV.MOII Viiiele FOR JERUSALEM : l %  testru. STOt .vii U. 9 ... tge from Luaback. | %  the Baltic I their .ili-iost %  pan %  %  ipajia Tho i\. i ted i'> Ganaral : l) ;.piH!intei n Buenos %  today, was of more moderate proportion! thun must tad to have been sighted in various parts %  i,;l> This on by Polio*iai tcrs there, rhay said t.iey observed it through iicld glassea flying rron %  i The night before la--: aa for twe hours. %  %  .tion.il obsci Cordoba city on the folio the belief that whM seen was Venus which. ad i| tbii tta %  isible to the naked eye The movement ol .— ould create thr illu uially ||y. %  —Reui'-i Ttie ehei ateissaa wK.ld oe m | '"ml>wt ng his own party in th' aaaaaaaaaukaal the highiv mdu March the Refen l cent onpoaad lopld. UUMtgh %  ; %  c-Prarnk ... %  i.. Si %  %  %  1 Noi I qaa i Fleniish pi > stoppage he si to union orhcials, w ill thrt>ughoo and will hail belt will n %  i %  %  I Council ai ma have I n a> of ifnt. ten wen %  %  %  Rrulrr I rvnrh Slrikrrs Return To Work %  %  %  %  %  %  tinned I Orl —ReuUr CANBERRA, Marcn 23. AUSTRALIA today invoked far reaching emer gency powers—including the banning of meetings, and the death penalty for treason—to tight Labour disorders and Communism. The Prime Minister, Robert Menxies, said the Emergency Crimes Act would be used against Communists pending the passing of legislation to outlaw the Communist Party. Faced with steel and shipping strikes. Austrslb i ite> ol %  ''!] %  % %  Pederi terj •he UMrgtncy pi teporUtaon wou Fascist attack of atfil Tllt> I i M.-i gteg I %  lh the right to sltike.' tv Russiu Caif "Walk Across Europe*' WHEHRA, March 23. Joseph Chifley, formar Auatrri.in Praenter, told ihe Mouse o '•day tba' letting .my con I < ippoaitio' |D AfTnii %  %  important, but it might aan ba/ore %  .,' % %  \l.-.-' rum the Pacifle, but he had i jld "walk i"' %  i The Crimes M Go\ernment emarganc] widespread nature I'ruclaination i i that those tfuiit.v uf an %  T the proclamation would be Hal %  • not burn In A laid ba %  %  of aeri trial the beiinniiiK tl %  mini which has Rrater AUSTRALIA WILL INSIST %  %  %  i told Pai Ranter, %  %  i %  .... | with tin meant it i not pro, %  drift. Powers, which now < xisted %  Commui Public Support .' th> ii i ut WOtlld have the supi-.ii .i \ ind and I %  %  i olutlon Com%  i. %  seeilon& of me Ait, range a> an page I "There never wa, CROWN ATTORNEY FOR ANTIGUA % %  • LABOUR GOVT. REFl SIC SERETSE DEB \ TE iB> iK\Mi: ft, WKtllloNi LON!) I %  %  %  Khama affair It alv> fixed budget d i next crucial test of its pn-cariou authority. The %  chequer know. Uon %  ( vilr of tlH> 1 ill .1 .lgL.lK.ll of Khama' rsueftelnal Liberals re motion. 9 KILLED IN PLANE CRASH %  tekaj • ^,r :-..-.t if the r~A KciatrlL U .. Cable, Prime Minister leader of I, was not %  "We and n %  "inifteaiiM* I aavla aaaa .lee—in iired** trd f^laini %  lung its own supI %  i ; %  %  rorts lov %  %  a bard budget The polltf %  I labour. :. .. %  r *Y" PoUcemen Injured U\ Hand (irenade %  %  %  :*>Ut 4J0I %  %  Where Man may not Venture Alone On* Hour M Uh franco MAORI! Di %  I'.t iitri PERONISTA MEDALS %  B i Op < limit l.tinin the i.nii|-ui\ nl olhnn MMI erith tBff |irii.-ii,..l -HMI.. . linked lu-.ili. i go lliat each individual i|M<.te. led l\ llie -kill. -Ireil^tll -illd .-\|„ i M in ,.\ In .:niil|. To pniteel llie hn..ii.i.d (lllme ol Inluveil gaggfj, the liiiinU IIKIII aYaBalf MfetfUgrdfl m>l mdike llior of the iiiMii|ilaiiii-er. Firs* be inu-l join iliaiulv*hit-e drilled unit) ind itravafui guarantee -eeurilv Fol ill. d< |M nd< nl"i one .tii.l ..11. 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MABCB u, m QlASSiFlLLi Aw TUt BAJtUAlH)* ADVOCATE PAGE H.VI.N DIED • *& %  %  I r,,,d 1': %  MA. ' KM! RKVT '" IUI till M 3 S*-ln I THANKS —V rv II : 14 3 14o( ti iioihand %  %  : ft II 1 %  %  [ >• wiih i roodi ith. kitchen, pantry w \>lll HM tJAM HtLP tfifl fl ,.. %  , r,.. <1<-1 IMI at* ..aw DUU WI M Opel Kdrt IP 1M> "" NBhUiitiii" Ami %  Ti* Uw. v n BPI i TI NCCD -*i %  ..mi | „,. *0M ItrM 233.50 -In MUffl. < %  pabla aa, %  K-quirrd |>...llir M4H MISCELLANEOUS HI '.! %  :.: HOUa t ^iTi# >'' %  a4.r4 UIP I'M %  -Hum N'* I*1 "' '' **" v i ill H SALES AUCTION %  ML %  Da Cota luudwar* 21.3 50~-3n li. > I 1 WrKlll. . Phoi %  am rnpnb" wilh 'ir> Mrln %  fcfiw r r (uilh-T mrtlcuUr* l.V-T I rontalW Rl. Pro7*c lb %  %  %  %  ;. A Slwl ta.i.i | %  "AW, %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Four lla-a.ac*lt %  I pu*U " I T)T. Co fc*> !*WJ II %  tCo.l.id II 3 W I f i. i %  I Cr.par.y. I HIT'lRIM voi: .VANTF.D EnButtrto Rnaa. vocal* by Ar. Li.* n...'i an M MM* A Co II ) I I I uuvoi < \ -i \i IM nn %  M anpptad ip la Monday lib N'BI II \IMH V% nfl order" ipMwt n>iwi— %  raiai 'roir Wrila today for baautilul fraa %  *** b> nntaur* i.iri UM 1 : i Hkuiay nuking • Co HLI 19 Victor>' England *ADOS CIVIL SERVICE ASSOCIATION k %  i ***• Uw hoar. „| V r LICENCE hlOTICE %  %  i Uml irnl 14 W D'ABi \ %  I %  .ill ..-fin %  %  lei Van win A number of tuia-i •aPxlK %  %  v rroTT DOCTORS THREATEN STRIKE SEALSKIN SOUP PLATE' HAT lot c trirc;t < %  ; o r %  in All Ian. %  xccut lor "*cc*sar-. ntion. I Jour nil matum was voted %  .V iliUUt.'ation fee "or :hr Natl nal ritattl Dttea thai i bv JuH 1950. direct %  ction will be taken n In the rN to withhold our contraet. except (or nceei*u(.v MTvicea under the terms of our %  Uon." Copies of UM resolution hav to ill othtr branches r i Ibnufboui Brti %  %  %  Bbout $2.50 pt %  rowtnj kavo been n'l leader* to persuade Bevan to ln> %  arc |wi.l i the plight "tors wi.h %  I %  wn pub' %  lial from %  %  %  i %  f a B M A %  i by %  oartain data.—m B, Visca Committee Requested To Return Home Moal uBUHal lookUlf I: lor %  li.m (IBMal limuii Allimri oi in viup iliiilt .a • %  irsal. and %  I credit to hi ;i! Ir t .I;>.*MI 'iaisun as wail tha "Tlpaj OM Bporl %  i %  %  %  . %  %  i %  %  %  %  %  f tho he DCBM %  In i a Hi sir K*tr Aloandrlna K Srli i..... % %  '.,r Canada via P \ Co, %  PaajIMStl bavins br UWa vaaaal %  v. V T II Wan*:. \ W Rabcrt'on. I lWf. H Ik %  mat. Mi A r* i. Qiti. Mr %  i l...i ml %  !VV A Harl*r I ..i nmuda--Mr and Mr C J 'at<-i •• %  *—*• SMtBMBBl, 44 toM THrt, CsM. ,,. Mi and M >r ainl Ntrr I Mi ai.d Mn A Mi>'r, Dominica. AsanU: K Lrta, UW V V. Waka*. Mr. W. C. Mr* W H Arroway. Mri C O. 1*? %  *Asvni. %  II Hirtt %  and, Mr. v I Ma, Mr C Slar. Ml 11. N. Akin-"" Mr II C.ranam IN TOUCH W1TO n.\KH\D(s COAST STATION %  bl* and Wlr*l* If Ll Ud advl-r **ma. Akoa Pdlrm* Alcoa PUgrvn. it lrifran now nxnimuiwu'r ith "JKm. 'tiut^ui. AM-vUi. CaMiia. Io*d ..-ma .Mithiou*Ti *—-i Ibubadua Mfw.i-, <-* D. Oratana. IJiubKL %  SatlM mfjorrl. nnuUag). RMIo. ROM' I.-it r.vTNd. Inna. Han IU.I J.Hermit*.. T.U. D Z, AlTI. *-r Wa\f K. rail Mkni An>tia*hla. %  ••. •**,% Malnt. H.ffvalin.1 Smrnnn (ltif-. Dan N*w H-.... ii-iila > i laudaii %  fJNDER THE IVORY HAMMER '1Y Imrlructlona IXWIVM) I will wll m PrldBy March 34th at I i> laaj Hi lta V-uihaU Cai 1'Jna.t^d In Arrldanl Trnn. C'aah VINCENT liHimTH. Auclionaar 31 1 *fl Jn ixndun Stock Bxchanxa w "' ni routine, %  idle with %  shown an) an %  raalL bul moved i> .IIIK of BiiUal ment rJationali^i'. %  there wan Koma Inport mid Ultran [th Initial i %  %  ontroLlad quid with rubbers a ft off. and tea at receiu krvell Dealcrs in forttaH rails reported little bu < :.,:e m prlcaa Knfllr iiuirkci wai m. ; %  naral mod m to lUglitl] tOWar levels, but one twi ft I staters responded with nraUMai to rumours of favourable ilevelopment. —Reuter HUENt'S AIRES, March 23. tar to investigate 1 h a v e %  Supreme i Province return documents %  which Deputy Joe airman of Comthdrew (nun high tri%  thi '.li: LONDON. Mai Hall %  '" %  : "Uv ., od ib h 'T;he trial of "return" UD) iVre Wrong : to-night that tha Unit* %  •tofTUc-hydrogori way". In • ...I Opara. reported %  : | I I • %  I strong Nai %  %  %  %  and mo at sea thi'-Ui'i — t Reuter. i Commissioner* %  10 Czechs Sent To Jail Chef Had S Whre* Got 4 Yeurs In Gaol LONDON, Mat A 51 year •!< %  •okaag ll lulrad one %  ) :."ii oi>;.ni" i in the Uv . ... %  UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER i l Mi-ntna> %  %  I .... %  %  • raam *t al ',1.1a; Owl *• %  MANI Ul BOTIIA1I I %  AU'llul^rrk. • III'. . ..r* I the (rial or "return" uiiaer^rininn I w-r . ilurinn %  UM invi -'I urnution, Waraow radio n or Rowrio asam torn. ned bimmoui n lank wa M cm %  tencd to ,ht n^,i„. r. r .. to MM N both ,.l _,Kf>iU-r l PI — l and Kry,t>. —RruU-r. Bohdan lfu' REAL ESTATE DWffaUgHa IUl)*X 1U> 1.4*0 tqu-n 1 ,.. •! Spmco Slnrel, I.1SU -q,i-r. l"t .iii.nl* %  rstne and will br *t up for *>ida>. Slat. March. l*> •' VII TOH COT, H.vrr Road. .laadrfU: on %  %  lea*!•• LICENSE NOTICE FOR SALE AND REMOVAL That pail of thr bulkUr.i' Jenaa aaan, !.. i S, Th DT.U''t.^ "T-,VI cor %  f •* "T Smith -" % %  tha buiMlng and aho a %  "" "H"" '""r Ib *. "r;,' r IM ttol^ part ol ,h ..ci.rr ol 0 "" ii i> M.J5a-io. in i nn in -i rtaaw. "•oM CaoSw pal hav* a look Kruter IXht Uial %  % %  recommend %  %  luty. Mi K %  M ideratlon %  %  klnson to and thr Barbadoi %  i. HI How to Banish RHEUMATKPaJM UK.-.ii ii -•• h J f* U-wL Tbu ikoJa be nawd \; lU iMbt.... Wram fciJnr,. lail. .mall .. 1.1.1* ladfo in tha fourti and belaatn Iba DkUalr* -i-ir'ng Infhtlul paaii. .Soriilihr tral* kl iWlw* inlamtauilinKi i>i"'* lhal mlhin I raw .(IM takmc. IWJd i HJOIMI hit M halpk| tha knfcr )• dVun %  •*) '>" % %  Mada and pauoiu (ram tha biaod !% • n OHKUT *• Kaaai*. Plan • tu.mi irfdali <•• Yaw la—I i. .Ur Paw and dia.aail.it a—L*.., >au WH.LI) raasai llu.1 -r-fbHT \ •lay al l-.llt. ..-I laal .*•!• ... hwial on Iba (tiaaiM Itodd I Kidn*. I'lHa al raur draw ilai* la-d*j, %  lU ht| (Jwr riZ lha .ad U-d*. (hdy I f-t French Dockers Extend Strike PARIS. March 23. At Mars.. Dockers at Nice, tonight ninnies. A I l extend ll'.' I nuiulred thousand buikUng .: %  !>. while cis W411 %  • I:. LMtl uuy, i '.uiUiiiiK Kin i %  TWc**thtrd] Bouk thrown out of a tram in N row as .i .urest after failure >( -lrik m the town Rruter. MIS' A MM *n SHIPPING NOTICES DABtWi %  .... vi(iBB13t -III ac-. -i i-...ia. I.r lahia, M.ailaarral. r, .i . Thr s r„-.„.m I AUOAI 111 i PaaaaBaSjan ., -Uy IUI Utfi r. SCHOONER E.M. TAJNNIS aaua • SATURDAY MARCH ?5lh Will ai .11" lll| Apply II. JASON JONES I IT" AwnU. i aimdiuii National Steamship AXABI \ %  C1IAIJ I %  iMV .u.l %  ih Mat LIU .,,., IJU) Mai till %  I n.i blei 7lr,l '(, JU| M. lat Apr >nd Appr a nth May %  paAa-a eah lha d U U.f UU -I pdk, LOST / IMI • iOaU ta.s aa-aa %  M 3 *i Uii.ssianS|i\ \\ orknl In U.S.Oflio LIQUOR LICENSt NOTICE WASHINGTON. M \ man illagad State Department was said by .< ami %  .. % % % %  k .tor Willanl Tyding : .. few months .. The man was nan i %  %  'i at 1 -k by Rapubl Military Expert* Meet Ttnluy THI HAi.i i III i ' iglUIH, %  111 meal I %  %  \ It IM UIIUClaUMMl •-' %  • %  Part Nations ktta In In May. : .. %  IkalK'* Maaiati.U. %  that tin Conununiitt on iti tii! investigateU — Reuler. LONDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EXAMINATIONS Uotat, I860. (CertilicalP St a Ke %  Liter than 12 noon on S0 owa:— $ i M luagai % % %  | S. i.' i Pull $10.00 24 3.195' 1 The Sugar Manufacturers' Association (of Jamaica) Limited Invite appti llClr Rctaarch Depar. B %  •< d • I Id testing of %  i-cial reference to resistance to virus and other dltcaaes as well as to oil .rectors. (a) Botanist, salary £1,000 rising to £1,500 per annum ,b| Aj: I * J: 1.000 per annum. Apptirants should po**es* a research degrea or equivalent quall' A recognised University or other similar Institution, and plant breeding and selection work. i. lie expected to advise on plant pathology i vears under contract. anaot engagement The selected candidates fna passages to Jama.< to assume naabar, IM* A IWaral allowance ten i, ..rov.ded and leave with ma i pi paid after three rear service period*. There U pension scheme : Haaaareh. Su> > j..,,-r %  ..-.• Uandevllle, Jm.i... B.w I to whom ...rsonal particulars and three r> r Ltaati *. .aa— d. „.,.*_. %  I tiii-i plani and r^-ordinata them into %  plan for tl Atlantic area Renter. $150,000 For A "Bible" %  I I %  %  | %  pross n man ot U* •> said the ruble" name*. Coming investlgatiSATI A.MI4II-: FRENCH LIS[ taJOai I., lili.idad lalUag u |.|)i...,iini Hank iliii Alii.. April lath April Ma. May 13th May Mttj May 3l>l I'm further particulars apply to — ... M. oONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents. Prostitutes Put On Show %  Peking prostitutes put out of buslnea* Governn.. 'o packed houses to-day i' Ehemselvea, thrNev. Agenc> reported tmlaht The play tailed Fi % %  • %  IU Thawad" has no merely portrays what v i (Jan Mr aatad IM -. . %  lag Rruter REAL ESTATE -Ui'v >-• and batlu, ttiraa ll. %  ud a doubla sari. alao M • and a HLAL ESTATE IN MAItl DIXON & BLADON (JOHN M BLADON) UAL MTATI laUrtl MrOKOMBM •niuiui:Tkaaa MM Haaattaia. nuiidi.i BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPOKATKIN LTD. in



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|K H,\. MAKCH -M. l:,li { ) IERI(A HAS DISARM 'BEYOMD SAFETY POINT —EISENHOWER BARBADOS ADVOCATE F&Ct. TiliUE peasants Are Dissatisfied istive to %  aid (or th -194(< m IBIH •... f ., V. (ratvlord (C I ^ t< Assembly % %  '< maui%  tbstii dit, %  WMcan. BMlM in,." ayallaLI.(„ •„,.! value of ; Moot ,„ klv .,. ££ %  : 2m, proprielor* and small E generally w:m %  i i :.' %  UMII ii I Bin olasx-.olherp.od.ic,„,,. „ 5". an l .! !r,;'i" ,, .f.'^: -""> ;AK (SU dim n" ••>'!••*> a> of P4i' laiti"" etToU.S. •ess Move WAS!IIN*.TO.\. Han uncial:; of four major Unitt. nn organisations today opposed a Congression.i Mibstitute fann turpluai tn the European Racovarj Pf cramme. In a joint letter Jumps Prom "VV liispering Gallery" i • | %  %  .•ould be necessary m Dr. Sheph"" *U1 Ike Go^rnmrnt ,„.. % %  iiaW, lo !" plene,n J-nendano,, ., >" yeslerd.y bouI Vtaa aoawer to QuttUor. fhe fat the negative, will the I %  5 plea* „..e ,h, n Congress, they said tin wuuld 1' ; Russian claim thai America is • Bcononat co-operatio-i (rattan for the purpose ol lumping its farm surpluses" The House ol RepresentativeiTairCommlltee had cut M ,000.000.00b (loin lie s2,950.ooo.ooo raquMtad lent amount ol products. The Hill Is due for despent the nigh 1 %  %  %  %  continued i akw lasl UN. Tells Britain Abolish Whipping Ta. n nSRpy^ Marcn 2a :aVr^ nsTr ''"'' aaaaai the ralllnaji %  'MMMII n \i Benni They "'"^ ii i('*m i JoI to-day reecimmended that !" i should abolish whipping JLy In th. %  "now Appi, jA *J* rtn '' '>i Assembly on BritTOr/du.mi: l48, the i ^ "P wiwide.1 Britain I %  ma ^ In U %  %  "fji i ,n,.,i. iU tapi August, when a JS-year-oL i Damaged 1^ Fire %  imaged a %  -' Acquitted On fascist Charge LONDON. M Two men alleged to %  l nminal Coun %  i i cinania, when the Pal< 'Sword in The Di The tilm. which ihoa throwing .. 11 %  taken off atti oar at the Clapping from the back, the >i guilty 1 old John Cook I'lle that both had the Union : Moaeley. %  %  K'.iin .ban %  %  %  %  to fruit •de QOUUW %  %  %  station were leaning but The full force ol Ihi MurrumhM %  %  ing to potici will he 7 %  .ii,> parti %  Rente. BrlpiiiiiV Priv\ Council Met'! •a i' Lin |j., i • .i, gainst Leopold'i retui n i inly, 4.ooo %  %  J "Stnp l.eo|Mild Mi.im; In l.ieg.Andre Ratnari aeral of the ominatOd Fl deration. eclared at a "stop-Leopold' Meeting. "Let Helgmm'i; umt> Deriav so that Walloma may live It is poaaible thni : %  i ome tace to tace nth troops and Walloon I %  en %  hall hold At It is tor WHIIOM I at stake, that we are "in this nani 'noughoui Wui: %  nhtmg force I'mil Seg-. i Catholic M tnmunKatiOM m the C.ietakt, i i l all %  to iraingin danM I l Igh, to displa-e the : esponubility of the solution i [Ian crisis" thh responsommuniquo said, lies Ing ; meeting of tt. catholic executive, M Auguate rrner chairman o( -artime Cabinet and, "The meeting Q| |ba I Stale this afternoon %  aato draaaed deall with aceord( Renter < Londfiii Gets Toueli Of Pageantr; i >i Bo* bandrlo, LI %  %  %  ii .oassadors to the Until now. motO ased. Ti . 00 went tr %  i landau rarr.. the Ambassad. %  — i }:< ifheson Studies I.& .-lid For Asia WA8HIN0T0I1 %  leieen on i Affain bagan an i meuures foi Bon Mr Acheaon called li sador at large Philip C Jessup land the Assistant Secretary of state, Mr. w. Walton Butterworth to report :heir findings on recent :ripft. neans of bolstering the new frl D %  %  C"mmunHt preeatl the most urgent matter ReuUrr /.7 Policemen Injuvod ROANW %  % %  1.500 peoplr t %  ing taken fi tral France. rtones a; APPEAL FOR ECONOMIC UNION OF VV. EUROPE STRASDOUHO Mar, h 23 An urgent nppeal for lini.m of Western EKI I to-day to th, itea f the Euiore Assembly he, %  ation from U lira I "ininm.%  I • Boaaar. Sei Free To Die DETROIT. Mich.. Ma, an -ild woman laon to-day to joki he ad die. She Is Mrs. Min lasl It yi passion slaying of tier husbanc ATOMISED" TR£F> all irees can be "atomised" to Dr. I. R. Thiesmeyei. Of the Pulp and Paper Reseat* I. Institute, who formerly j in atomic research %  legate., to a COn%  bniques could i* put .*o good use ration, nutrition anrl .timulatio.'. trowth me thai migir i. the applicatKi. of radio active-material would pay the entire bill for %  %  —Reutcr. BETTER FACILITIES FOR DUTCH COWS THE HAGUE, Match •& fHEDUTi ORmi rww lfRul:l on Dutch cattle boata, folkrwini it of 847 cows died on the any today , ln r,1( 'be referring tn 847 Frisian V-aoour meml...rth abot, Oil We-ll EngulrecTBy Fire Fire today engulfed t>etro.eiiin rompaf\ here. Tin %  miles aw;. derrick, and Injured thi Company offlcia. started from a spark at head Experts were rusruns '' the scone. —I .hambei. •Me'' and %  -bout 15,000.000 .npped to Peru on the il2.600 ton Dutch ship "Eendracht" Food. Mr ddle of December last The cattle belonged to 'he "Banca Agneola" of Pern, and total Of .1.000 heaO na rtwi m Utlvcs to Fneilano tpCM .. I cattle bread TI %  arned tnat 150 of the animals had deed igeaw of Sons of Rotler%  Ing, when asked ..** could been the length of the tad l>ecn shorter The H anderstood —(Renter.) Menzies Acts Pakistan Asked To Relieve Hindu Refugees • iium page i laws, nice i ivid-i %  . northern ...l Uaeca, threat*. a -jay. induMi> plaining to nave Tramwaymen in Victoria ha.' : > "hooliReater. Si %  %  rolhng ch harvc %  %  : aid that Communl teveloped %  i %  here • as rntolei i ommuni>t %  uig-leaoers In U* %  ed up, %  GENERAL BRADLEY FOR THE HAGUE Reater. %  enemli Mil' a >cop1c VI i %  it onl) nemies I n %  of lockout %  .tniK tl;< %  %  %  %  %  %  Ranter. "Sorry I can' V^'T / Don't let s t\~i' happen to you Don'f bo sorry — go safe us-'nq Amclln. • Oao ->• I • DM.\mohn DON'T NECLEC1 LifTiE W/?..J TMI THING TO Utl 15 UNGUENTlNli No kH-> %  H^P do -'•al •oo'n-'q • IIUM MM .. • nOHl isricliON ••IO-OH MIAlINttiiiiiuoinvi' nltfa Talks In CsMdierra %  i lacusetni %  i %  vould le Conunonwi ronfarenci Keuier EHJOYTHB VITAL aow OFHSALTH DR MORSES 18% PILLS HIIPFEFTO %  tvtra inusno rtMCin | FOHOWIh | I G^i BEWARE OF WORMS! i I I LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE INSTAI. "LISTER" ALTERNATOR SETS I. It K.. I.II -II in %  Mil I.'. ITOM 3 K.W. .1 K.W. I" Ml. 16 K.W. a K-w. All rcmiilrlr M Itli ~ VolUac Kraul I A P li I • lilt; It \HH\IHtS HH VH1 LUI. WILLIAM FOi.ARTY LID. INC. IN B.C. LADIES! WE HAVI IU8T Kl i l n I li %  Af> IN "III UXOUB MTAB1 NYLON NIGHT DKtSStS 'In Won NVION PANTIES TAILORED SLA(KS AND LADIES' LINEN DRFSSFS % 



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#0TS£ PASS $8,000,000 iPPROPRLATIONS BILL N11! W X. CRAWFORD (C) related his su 111)n ent should Uke sum to ewrtlhh U p mill for Ihe production of flour locally. as ^^0,,* %  wApprop* : 'T£' "" %  P 888 "* 0( 'ho sum ,!f war. 1990-51 In The House Yesterday BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FlVt. an* the House of Assemw/ JJ—roniav D H. G. Cumat* jBWrflay Dr. laid 'he tollowing"wwn 01 '!• Department 01 ii and Transport for the ST --RHtmates for the financial %  ••(orii KU ,1,.. h h some information to ,v, 0 £ gsasFrSS i.i\e at thai slagB He W f-^,going to spend MTS.TU Tree Has Plan For Local Craftsmen • Iron, Pa,e 1 could not be over-rmphasise I, /id. that the Amencr.ii M>mhini was required (or it the.i it must be on %  They hoped tu ov ", lh '' furniture aoul.l lx> made u piece worK while Mr. Victor Coddard's factor, n the City *ould be available u the central depot Handicraft! would become the leiponjlt.,.; Maurice 38 Acres Of Postman Acquitted Lanes Burnt ~ „ T Ut Larceny Charge A HH. i ? anknoii i broki UM Belle Plantation. St. M.cliae! o'clock i T HE PISH CAR! owneo WalKer ol Hush Hall was aaniaacu um-ii 11 was involv^M ir. I they 'TL Civil Establishment (Gen.Amendment) No. -1 Order. m Notion n followiiiB pan -. lununilis: Resolution to ap"••" .i. r Or < % %  entitled "The .... Kstablisnment (General SSoamem) wa 4 Oroer, mat). 1^, by Hie Ciovcmor-inEsKUtive Committee on the ^nn 0 f March. 1950. under the ^visions of the Civil Establish• IM9. Rolution to grant the sum %  f ltU.309 from the Public Tjwjury (to be subsequently refunded from Loan Funds) aad to be placed at the disposal of V* Governor-in-Executivc Committee to meet expendi'.f.-e acuned to the .list March. 1951. the CaplUft Works included %  r Estimates 1650-51. Part II Capital. Head I. Items 1 to 11. Head II. Head IV. Items w 4. in excess of the sum of JUC.0OO made available under Head XLIV of the Estimates 1160-51. Part I. Ttus *as later dealt wltl paned Dr. ceainUna: Hill to grant a sum of money out of the Public Treasury and 10 appropriate the lame for the service of the :u: on the 31sl day ol Man*, IS51 TDB was also dealt with and pissed. Mr II. V (raw ford tabled, a QUafluani emDI0)-ea M Seawell runway and another relative lo the prtOM paid peasant proprlct small cull ally with retard to the price paid lor the 1948 and 1949 cane crops. The House passed the followThe Amendments of the IA-KI*litive Council to two B amend the Vestries Act 1911 CHII-5). A Resolution for 588684 to supplement ihe 1949-50 F.itanales. Part I. Current, as shown in the Supplementary Estimates 1949-50. No. 32. which form the schedule to the Resolution. A Resolution for $456 to supplement the I 1)49-50 Estimates, Part II. Capital, as shown in tfce Supplemental y Estimates IMI-S0, No. 33. which [i Schedule to the Itesolution. A Resolution to approve the Refutations made by the Govemor-in-Exeuiii\v Commltle, under tba t section at at the Volunteer Act, 1009. Bill to continue various exPinng laws. Resolution to approve the Order entitled "The Civil Establataaent (General) (Amcndaant) No. 2 Order, 1950" made by the Governor-in-Exeeiiti\e Committee on the 13th day nt "bmary. 1950. under the prnddoni of section 3 of the Clvli asubllshim'iit A< I, The House ad)ourned lo Tues% next a! 3.00 p.m. Queries Pay For Seani-H Workers JJJ-*A Crawford il J^> m,-et„;, : of the House laid T-wl at Seawell runway. !" question reads: — 'act that the majority Ployed ull the —Ware p a „| ,| ,|„. nunlnuiDI EaSih7 5 ,nc lo " J"? hu been fixed as renum %  ££' ,h,s '" %  FJ Kales being 25 M p -38 cents ,„.,hourj ^^^B. tile p„„r forlniKlitlv. ,^"5 upon to work ten SV '' %  %  [ h "V extra ;,.,-, i,„ ovartlme' | ia new ,,f „„ ..„, ,„ a lnc K^^o-i „f local worker. JrVn. '• %  including artisans. unskilled labour, clec' and eliaulfeurs, is up to a_l.v 88, will the Govern^9J' ?*• hll, !" ."'"! d ""' n •* B ur a, balanced animal feed, more than hall of the total amount tot, spent under that Head ...h'£ "!L lha !. lh tln h =d eomwnen the Government shoui I seriously reconsider the quesuon of flnding out whether it m possible to achieve Ihe desired end of keeping ihe cost of thcommodities now subsidised at a reasonable level without poasihlv having to aftord a direct subside of the commodities. Animal Kccd ,."' %  • speaking, Crawford, with particular reference to the question o. balanced animal feed Both of these items were imported, dour especially from the hard eurrencv areas and he flel that entry etlort should be made to manufacture locally Hour from imported wheat As he had said about a*et "i two ago, Mr. Heesterman. Consultant for Industnii Development to the Caribbean Commission had. before a recent k Conference held in In inn ad. read a paper on the manufacture of flour In the British Caribbean Alea from Imported wheat. On July 12 last year. Mr Craw : notice nl %  oueaUon to the Oot nskinn if In view nf ihe appreci• bly high cost of imported rboatcn tlotir. Government would take steps to investigate the pracinifacturing Hou. locally from Imported wheat, glvIna due eonsiderulion to Ihe Inf factors:— la) the advantage COD upon Ihe establishment of a duatry, lb) the desirability of l>cing able to make available different Krades of nipsr q ti a I i t y, including winle wheaten. flour., (e) the opportunity provided ol Ining %  highly nutritious additional incredient for the product known as Balanced feed. The reply from the Government %  offee-l that they had the question of the establishment of a flour mill and ad thai N anyul I nut be a practicable economic proposition. The information that he received from Trinidad was entirely Different from that which the Government had been given. Mr. Crawford said Mr. Heesterman Mat it would be qUll* "cuiiointcal for any British Caribbean colony to establish a flour null to produce up to 50.000 kilograms a daywhich was a little over 100,000 lbs. r.ninumical working 24 hours a da] to 300 dm ni.in had also said that such .s, plant on the continent were it..re economical. The latter, however, would nut enjoy the benefits which a loot l Induslrv would have. Thuse benefits, especially the dilterences a .freight between grain and wheat. tho availability locally of bran for sale and the fact that the milling profits would remain In the territory would even lead to the couIhat especially for the with lower total con-l sumption, a mill for a P"duc"." I or 10,000 kilograms or 20.000 I0S| per day of 24 hours would be quite | :1,IC *I. , ,,. Mi trawfoid said that tec, islands yearly consumption ill Hour was 224.000 nab 52 400,000 lbs, so that the larf.' ,,1.000 kilogram* would be an band's needs. I.crs Freighl Even :: ''" ro i","' 10.000 kilograms which would De one fifth ol the annual eonsumiib manufacture could sun be economical accordmf to Mr. Hcestermnn. Mr. Heesterman M I see from what he h".ft* "•• '•';':'' """f is. ?,', would be less than the rate .o>. ; v>he.,: tloui sluppeii in bags. M, Heesterman In his P*P" IiJ ,,o had luoiiglil "ie nwlW "f u ^; tor* Ike *', LMWe development as indie-. '^' would lead in a eonsideroble taal r P cauie Cave. Mr. Tree would be responsil ">' M-814 ow " 1 b ? A ' %  ""' ble for designs rison of Fontabelie It would be impossible for thb, c r1 '"" H'nmon of beO scheme to succeed if ihe Gov"" Wednesday about I" 'T^^^'2rt|T Hr TOO K> Trtnidmd and Jamaica when' by Turnpr ,lal! primary industrlf ari" nlah ( Androw. anil drtVMI bv IVnue llUed. Piwcod utd nud by Graduated lax nutation iwr blowers Planlalun. St T the rtrst five jtin wa* : rtvtn by Austin able lo succens. 'We were dis-i 1 1 ***. St. James Ilhnnmtail %  -*J II.. -s . hk* aa 1 a TORTV %¡ Bvam Carlisle Dowding, a Postmnn auached lo ihe St. Lucy Post Office, was acquitted by an Jury at the Court of (.rand Sessions yesterday >t -stealing a registered packet. No. 39261, the proper Lai PosuBMter, Mr. H. N. Armstrong. appointed,said Mr. Tree thai thLejislative Council should have rejected a resolution lor the expanjuon ol the pottery industi' loped to utilise a potential market lor this proauct La the U.S.A." Disappointment The Uallans were Lmnorttaj mo tM U.S.A.. a large amoui.i ol potlery vases and other onu.ncnts but there were m no way satisfying the large demand theiiwas in the United State*. Greet disappointment had been felt iii the action of the legislative Gound had hoped to mtd samples of tr:. made terra eotla vases meats i,s samples lo the I'SA, under ihe proposed Mi* In New York there are two British Wholesale House Hambro'c. The other TUn aner Ihe la* war p] tb Howkins, an Englishman. n i, cloatb K ri tde %  It the British Colonial Attache attached to Washington. They have hoi ied theu willlngn—i to Mr. Tree return to the United an accident St Thomas. The right radiators of rliwafjed Redman Village. about 10 aan from both fenders and n \m awn be %  tOM ondit pletcl) k\*L'!" '""""nent cause to • £ '^ "j'Wr of ... %  liX, ; ,r 'r" 1 contract "1 — contract under executSupplementary Resolution Approved The House of Asserr.bi j daj ^.„^>.<^\ ., -..,'pK-ji.t-utury Resolution to the 1949—50 estimates lor S88.684. Ur. II. aid that lawas prepared lo support the suggestion very -Irongly. He believed he was correct in saying that they on that side ol the table (the Opposition) were willing lo see a reasonable M>III provided and lie icgielled it was nol dOCM He was saying this btoauai that at the start the Governor had i > heavy drain on his entntainment allowance. Bk*>ad-.-.indcd This officer seemed to have been very broad in his views as regards the invitees. He had invited the Heads of depailinen.s ..respective of colour and other respectable IKXiple. very unlike the slait of Sir Grattan Bushe who on an occasion when he had an entertainment for some high HI 11 M Ship include in his Invitation list an>thrte people of colour. The Resolution was passed. C ABBAGES, eacholwt, dri peas, tomatoes. \ tamarinds and fresh fruit in la quantities were landed here yesterday by the 100-ton m "Caribbee" whacfa BtTivad BfOtOI Dominica. 0 brought oaauta, shoes living from Oonuniciwas ihe schooner "Molly N. Jones' (37-tons net) with a cargo of copra, cocoanuts, limes, cocoa beans and iresh fruit. The 44-ton schooner "Belqueen" called from St Vincent It carno Included copra, arrowroot", pumpkins and peanuts Schooner Owners" Association arc local agent-; of tba %  onsigned to Mr n L Jobnaon, A FINE ol U to be paid in twi months >i monthImprlaonmenl posed on Rudolf pp tons Hi lie was (Q without reasonable con on Fabruarj i "'TMIE Mill 1 be Ihe subjeet of %  Round Table Mr .i S C 'I'pin at 8.15 tonight .it the V M , A All natmbon and friends artinvited to attend ind take part in M T HE Caka Sale this morning al T it Kvana which for -i verj charity. T HE POLB I iv ..-.> undei Capt. C •& EUaaon will holo it Hastings Rocks. Christ Church. lo-night MflfcM ning at 8 o'clock. Obituary Mr (. I II ( 11 \M I his real. mar, Navy Gardens on Sunday of Mr O, R n : llg %  & CO l u merchant of thll dt) and carried on a bakei %  nl in Roebuck s.veei. but later joined the staff of Ml %  was popular with the ei and although %  in public affair*. Hu know-led,** ol %  know business Brld^otown Dowdlnc howai made him l On Hit Thursday morning Dowtionalisl. 1' %  •'• daughter gave him $3S.1S his work in % %  la took It week ago *" Mr, rnrdi D worse. His funeral which U->K ;'ctivrs were returned to him bj i keeper. Hli Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor. %  icsided. Mr. ice, K C, soiu. eral. prosecuted on behalf of uV Crown. Dowding was representeo bv Mr. D. H. 1Ward After hearing ihe decision oi UM ,urj His Honcur sai,i. 1 can-< no! agree with your verdict." On Mturaprion jeaiatuiji. l^eouu Rolloek. eonilnuing her evideriee. aia ral n ad the reflatered lattar ircatpt She raid thai be receipt at the Post Office tm. the 1 amiwriting on il was not hers. A Cousin NaM witness. Etheline .iiuht... said thai" she has a cousin named ran la N4MM York. He n ouata On Tuesday. December 10, sinwent lo the PoslnmtreUUQ 1'owoing was pre* U-'atha asked if %  letter had conn' (Of her Miss S\". John looked u. Ihe tile and lold them if they had any registered envell>e to brim; them in lo her. She and Leatha went home and at the evening her son. Ber&n Griffith, brought her $3,.18 and two opened letters. On* letter wai addreased to Laatha Site iciurmM the money to Dowding by her son. Leatha could not go to Miss St John on account of illness, but on The following morning she (Griffith) took the envelopes to the PoaAnlstress Eventually Dowding'* daughter returned the money but it was row $200 short She went to Dow. told him the money win BVa her (be *2 00 lold her to go i B*k ha* lo allow her (Griffith* to diviito the money. Griffilli I with the S.V.18 and ha advised her to take it to the I'.'-tnusiie.. She dl : aeaipt, %  thai she knev. Dowding from a boa Ha lived near her home lie has bean delivering her letters for a long time. Te Mr Hard: Do* i-i friends had put tnelr hand-; in his letter bail %  .tin,:, manv other occasions, brought me Il have ne "nvthing wrong with the money A Si. Barton Griffith, son el EttvtfiiM Griffith, a sehool teacher, saiu i.ew Dowding as • postman of .he district. On the evening of December SO Dowding called him. He gave bin two opanad Letter* and $31.18 H Hen said thai ha bad heard the report made by his mother an ISsathB Rellnek • %  no it wa.s quUV Hue. He then .said thai he had received the letters and the same evening he had itojwed 01 home at a shop When he had re%  urnad tor hi* bicycle, on which the letter bag wag banning, he found that the I and the Dowding than lakod Mm lo take ihe letter* to Lealha Kolloek ,,i\(\ his mother and ask them to accept them I also told him that if back the leiters, he was going to keep them unli I'erch in New York wrote agalr rscfore takini; ;ti< lock) and explainmg what hail %  following morning lib mother cave the money to hirr %  nd he returned it to Dowdms elling him that his motl 1 hether she could I'ake it %  widow and 1 ne rlaui M tO whom :.ded. -nd pigs m,,i IJV manulacturina flour „a be kjiun, two reminded the Too much B -G. Delegation Coming Sunday *>* HICE TALKS l,v. and Ihcn Uiere as ,"'d otrluc .1* %  " t jgg! ould pursue dair its sections Ch. Ch. Vestry Did Not Meet Com m ission ers Discuss Market DISCUSSIONS which would decide whether ;i District Market would be set up at Eagle Hall Road, were >esterday pi by the Sanitary Commissioners of St. Michael, pending a report Iron the roiUeitor* who are seeking to acquire the land. The Commissioners a what further steps should be .. onimenI ihe Commit'.' Mr NOB QOWM dance iieaumount, Haatlni %  .Manager of tba Whaii Messrs DaCosta St Co. Ll %  %  %  klwaj -iuici and In in Ihe %  ; as a junior to the lalu Hallam Cole In U h.tionshiph batwaan tba %  tad to the %  train wll ulays and ; of all. Al tho %  oh cbarffa •imc of his unexpected dcv.t it most humbl' life It has not only the bon which raised his decis.1 him respei ryone who nted to look Inti %  "' Within* %  1 .... jna. Hice M his afterwlth the %  iiruj of the Veatrjoi ch scheduled '***not held beca. no quorum fie rt. Present wen Mr n. ** %  . > V. ebster and £.00 A. (. was appo jny Mi Kidney told members lhat tied, he had is-. had last discussed the mailer. th .: Mi ... wd as ituiUble for lion > (la fage %  The IV.imaster Mr. II N. Arm-troin '•ii Rat oa He produ ad tba if" tar addressed to Etheline •Grirtlih A, number of Wbldl was the local numbei 300M %  %  icloeadj tha U letter 42453 was received a ,0 on August 11 an< sent to St Lucv on August 12. He then produced | list ,' %  llverad in s I jH.inted out that there was no let'•i 00 tbf list inaiked ''relu^ned To Mr. Ward: The raoalpl 'Hi %  port wt • % %  toa ibo I thla, If r l u plicate %  hould be obt.i The Postmistxe** .: kattraaa oil Si John, recalled thai' Dowffini I letlcr 36Ptf on Aufius. \ IS to daUvar. He signed for tlu-| letter and fl delivti v receipt *abl| %  Ivan to him. ame evening she wen.'! raaraV holiday. On De-1 I Klheiine Gnflith auu lock came to her. Dowraacnl when they made mt and he also heard Id them to bring Vheu i .opet She "asked Dowding why he did iot make a report abo .leliverrd. and he said that his mail bag was iic* te re-pert the mailer If the Iwe parUa* would make a settle men! and Mlaa SI John aaid thai >Jie could not do this. Mr. Ward next told His Honour lhat lX>wding was not calling any witneeaes on his behalf The Defence Addressing the Jury. Mr War I said that the Prosecution had proved that the letter was daltvarIV to Dowding and It was delayed, but it subnutted that it was tor them to discover whether Dowding kept the letter for his own or with intent to deprive the ovenei permanently and put the ccptetaCi to Ids own us" He pointed out that Miss St. John had told them that it was bieaking a rule for a poenlmin tu Op Into I shop, except he was going to delivi r i e'ttei. He said that alter the icitcr* arava taken from Dowdlng's bag while ha vraa in ihe shop, Dowding wa* afonrwards afraid to report the matter. He submitted that Do.vcung wai waiting to w if anolher leuer would arrive for Rollook ''eforc goin* %  > explain what had hapI enetl In him. H* further submitted that Dowdiiut's explanation was a reasonable one and asked ihem to return a verdict nt -not gui-'t)" No Proai Mr Reece, in nis address, n'ated that BoxUl had said that his mail has; was robbed but this wa* only a statement as the defensj rg an| .iny prooX of loan His Honour, during hli summing up. told the jury that if the. were satisfied that BoxiU's man bag was robbed while he was at the shop, they should le.'urn verdict of not guilty", but if they did not baUava IbU ton th^ 'hould not hesitaie in returning verdid i f 'jtuiltyMe a i\ ... i point ol th<> i aaa The jury after about 20 uunuies' deliberation returned then verdict, The Court next adjourned until 10.00 am. today The Influence NEW YORK A new series of chemical testa have been devised which may save i on American highways Mr. Tree returns to the Unltec tvhldh most drunk drivers manage to elude conviction. Safetv ofilcials will attempt to bjeollvo proof that one tut or every live motorists in a traffic accident is under the inr uence of alcohol. The ehemical tests reportedly piovide scientitle proof of whether or not a person has been drinking. The degree of intoxication also can be accurately gauged. Such tents will help cut down the number of drivers who ard i(leased becau*e they have h.ilogical reaction or, the arivinsj PUbJfaB. The average man can drinK about two ounces of whiskey and be legally sober. I driver now is going to I think tw.ee before he take* thatl third drink.—I.N.S. 2S YEARS AOO— Barbadea Advocate. March 24. .9*3 Governor. Sir Charles underwent an operation for appendicitis on Sunday morning. The surgeons were Dr. Bannister, Hon. Dr. John Hulsun, Dr. Lionel Hutson and Hon. Dr. J. R. Phillips. Teefh Loose Ghuns Blead aiXv3 Trvncla Moulh %  % %  J Hrai Mar J Hie ihe Aral Jy and quick! a thai ou hv PywrM*. prhapambadd<*>>4Ne -i.,! i 4UM your t'tri IC ilia, C4HH RBfunwiiairB ubi* irntia atop* SWB> > end* sore m-glh ihp i-tih. Lroa cla* ntuti Miak* **r iwa >our tatih •* rn ol mpiy pack• nil vour chamlal •**• furAmoaan r.r I'l.Tl..Tr.a.k Ma.la ''1 4m a proud lonaumer of ... GOAT CHOW The cow* beiln their youag ones on . CALF STARTENA ihtaioable from II JASOV fiivis A Co., Lid. % %  V.V.V.V.V.V Assize DUrry FRIDAY No. 13. 1( and 11 Kri va. I IHII.-I (,i, i i, aad OIIIKII i.imi TalkingClock VIENNA The late*! iwiat m taBstaaaaaai cuckoo e locks that call out your I name. A firm in the Ameridan zone line up with the 1 product. desjsjaad for the home or i for adver.Vsing in hotels anu Tnm ilrm said it wa* toying itii an advanced clock thai might %  l one lo go home. | 'it —I N.S. HARRISON'S BROAD ST. "DOMO w CREAM SEPARATORS CAPACITY-10 GALLS. PER HOUR — ALSO — BUTTER CHURNS 1 GALLON CAPACITY ONLY $30.41 EACH. RANSOMK |. v\\ \ MOWERS TKiKK If M"AB1BL" IT' il |MJ3 .15.14 lli.l 47.39 Ml ( niii|ilrir Unli Qraaakoi HARRISONS HARDWARE 0EPT PHONE 2364. %  burly of m and respected i m won his sup-t and although on racing he was himself a food tat Highly respected as a tna He played life's game too and it mattered not to him whether Dsj ., aata. "Mnpath. amber Etheline (MM returned to hei ith I i ought the money %  Ire** while Mi*.s: lohi was on ho)ida>. was nil She said thai iht %  to in. Q <'•> on August 1 17 One slip, No 36MVS. wa* misssked Dowding for this slip and he *ald Ibal brought it In i inother Poalnuui Christopher Hinds, another St. Lucy po'tman and the last wli*ness for in* prosecution, said that In.g worked ite On December 20 Griffith Hollock came • %  hi* pretence Postman Johnbon whom was also present. Ifu law taUawisv xtUm—m he retbrasrd be uked Mm Si I-ha li.) nut mat rur that laat imnule Kush, set >our EASTER EGGS IO-DAV from . BRUCE WEATHERHEAD LTD. Wc hav* a Ik^aulKtil i aaaai li, in latn i; 61 Halloa laaatr ft, „ H\ lLatjf) tl 65 Holloa Kaatrr If, in Hot M..I1U1... 1101 Killed l.aalrr l, (-harolalr in Boa $|.M FlUod rUalrr (f loilod 55r I'laitlc tit ailh lull ll.f. aaaaar li< lLartol In Dark Carriage . fl.zi I ..a. Ef 1 I Mrd I in Dark Carriaa 'il.U Oarrtaaa si u I ard Ka,Ur Ir, rot.Uininc Charolalr Marthmallou 1 n.i. 3/0 AUi. "flair Ar I'jri.' % %  aaar ft* Sovrlii—A Braaliful Blar I'l.i.li. F.kc 1 ..nl,11.ui* a Holtlr of Ermiar In I'ari, l*rrfunw. I'rire 3/t parh %  HI WEATHERHEAD LTD. FOR THE BEST IN ft miTIFH UIT-Tt SlUI COVBR1NG •SILVER STAR' CONGOLEUM INSIST OI\ SILVER STAR (oh JoJtA We arc pleased t > I>o nblo lo announce tho receipt of anothei shipment >f tha famous Clarke's Shoes for small child: SI.M"I.K\ SV\I>AI..S in Whilr -ul la*. HL.VV-I l IH HUV I.UI.II SIMMS —in Brown, and While in Sirev I lo 7' %  %  Suitable lor children from 1 to 3 yeurs old. We suggest an early visit to:— CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. Ltd. 10, II, 12 ft 13 BROAD STREET



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I'W.I KICK BARBADOS ADVOCATE RWi)u>#AW(MTE longed In The Golden Pagoda OIH HI Xltllis SAY f i •-•a.. M. Broad St.. Brtdavtowt Fridn>. March 24, 1950 O||orfiiiiil> %  vment %  [nor Induiti %  chance must be taken. The offer is being made. Mr. Ronald Tree, whose name is known throughout financial circles in the United Kingdom and thn United States, is so imnd by tin' high quality <-f craftsmanship in Barbados, that he is sponsoring an attempt to sell Barbadian and Dominican products in the United SI Elsewhere in this issue the details of the proposed scheme are outlined l>\ M: and it is for Barbadians U< decide whether the opportunity provided is to be taken. Mr. Tree's initiative and the enthusiasm shnwn by local merchants deserve sin and the craftsmen of Barbados er, tint is wise It by Mi ..; An;, rica time sin()|. unless .; ow ii chai %  11 Will MV : %  k< ii to er< be failui i nis Jatest 1 8 my visit •1 I um jus: ppad out — bare%  the shario ng, covered Ims, sunlit, %  :id gold courtyard. • i, Idba, kne'i in old He was a peasant judge by his IIS Hrflon lliloi.r 3 Expelled from iis civil %  %  all but a handful of the '. Burmese and Indian official %  I ved in the highly efl BurmPse civil service und. : British (and thus reduced tht ministration to .in incredibK i of incompetence and corruption).I 4 Refused to join in SO] of defence pact against beauty of the Pagodi. Bui. like Mr. Bevin. I had j cash "witho..* I had attached no conditions as to how it was to be used, stipulated tm I %  be renderm n >" penetration of Asia ed in return 5 Directed its main military The only difference between us " * fighting the am. TrorrTn'n'e "of 'the ls <* mj !" ni*t !" d pro-Br.Ush Rare., own rupees, Mr. Bevin is offerini *'b. while leaving the Conv mm .e Hu'rmese-cSoveV-n-menmunist bands unscathed. Above' htm, sheer and im"."O.OOO of your money and my 6 In .ts newspapers constant! money. lower of the i abused Ihe British and AmericanThe £3.750.000 is Ihe United imperialist oppressors while mo i ,h ,,! u d 4 Sn Kingdom taxpayers' contribution "luting Soviet Russia and Coml bluesE %  %  "•' M.000 090 Commonwealth munist Chin, as champions ol the The old man on his rnM l,,l l l'"> which Mr. Bevin at Ihe democratic anti-imperialist moveJllt iombo conference persuaded the "tent of national!,.. i„ g m .... D .minions lo join him in offering l'ln-ir I'rllSl carnations, a roi Iliirma. TI | E arKunu n In favour of tht God. Hebegannxhantmahiiji"" %  ' %  ,' S,""" 0 c n T loan Is that by saving the iiurmcs. For Burma's Soclalist-led Govenlmen| } rom Xtm Government have:— p„ Uy b devastation, bui 1 R*di.tod an community of m „ n J £ ^ aisdracr and iu • with the Commonwealth: own ] a J^ t M 0is.i|>|i iNDI.,.' . / • \\T BURMA We shall earn the gratitude o the Burmese leaders, turn present suspicion into friendlv trust. They will follow our adv.> in no time at all the country wil once more have the prosperit> which it had under the E and which its rich resources deserves. From what 1 have seen an heard here during my stay ii Rangoon. I am convinced tha this view || ialse. Tha B have no sense of gratitude for the loan. They ihink it is due U their cleverness in playing oft* thi against tne Russia:: Chinese. But above all the situation hen reminds me too much of thai which I found in Chiang Kai-shek China ha fa i lutumn of 1948 Just as An Ulloni of dollars to China, so I has been putting millions of pounds from public and privah funds into Burma. One oil company alone has spent £9.000,OOT in rehabilitation. As In China, most of the money has been sucked into the of Asiatic incompetence and corruption. Ifcai-k To Auurrhv BURMA K It. th. THE Karen guerrilla* were anarchy which reigned before the driven recently out of lown and British came in a hundred years villages near Toungoo on Ihe rood ago As in China, too, the burden in M-indalay. The Burma of the Government's lncompi Government, eoekahoop. forgot and corruption and bandit uptlul It is the nature of xuerrtllOA piession fall tMavMNtt on the In evoeuatr HO thai they may later j %  < %  I l.ill upon ihe extended lines of Burma's Socialist Government .ommunicatioti of their advancing Banal on handling all i ice -. BSBMaj ... It depends for its revenue on the The Government, say* Delmer. vast margin between the pine II haa urillirr Ihe troops nor the pays the growers and millers and administration lo hold the road the price it gets for the rice from !•• RfaBdalay should ll succeed in the Britain Mm.sirs .| ton,! apanhuj it up. London Express H ar v I Truths, At) il Lord Buddha, I and all those I .liage who bava ssnt i 11 Thaa: bring i-rder and %  of law to vx.\ And tin Lnterruptod the old I looked I filled with a gloomy young man was wielding a gong 1 the gong Sgall i ntly Three times, more I I %  friend, "You %  something in his money box." I IIM ^MM'N Vinu OBEDU %  in the bo*, suitigh got up 111 %  % %  mng dragon. A rupi i enough. The riQflfnj young man did not utter a word, but loudly clanged the gong again until 1 parted up with SOtlM mON I I r %  %  %  I bad no iiMi Bevin i .imbed to : had be* %  up. en further, Ha,i I bought .i %  ll N nil tht %  should havf bad of knowing thai mj h i Inim \\ oi-il% lo l*illo^s the IH I.IT V* .III* sterling area despite Uv %  the dollar Sad. but u mad* Keith Vakott to I workmanahlp—once notorii i far Higr I %  %  Iten by recent be U.K Mi Keith and i think Hi Crawford turnoUee, long delays In ship] ii attitude ol when all, or nearly all, ci %  warda that offobtained u half the tuna Board, i"^ 1 1 i" 1 "' from tl i %  %  I some 50.000 bers. and the general public an i IK turen becoming more and more iVeetl i "ant with this high-hand. tude K %  | ... when Mi F Walcotl i Attorm round and nD lut Bridgeto i Inaplres confldeiic. would i 1 know one or tu ol thin red on the ft ...%  wordi I it not in.'ml" tiade with > now put howmuch better it w< 1 only fro-" %  %  that just what quipped %  M ith I i of making but just what K %  to follow %  did not %  I i never, and ruptcy, she will pull us down with %  WHAT'S ON TODAY Court of (.rand BeaaaaaM at 10.00 | 111 Athletic Bperta HarrLson l al re ai i.3 P.m. Miilnli Cinema, Ashbury Plants lien v ard St. G M % %  .U ~.Zl) p.m. Feetball ai yuee i' I'ark al V0O p in I'oli.e Hand al n.isi,. ., laeka at ou p.m. ."'. about colour of Said Mr Ken'. A sentiment. Two Pillow ^ The matter of the police col-.. %  ... %  $1,000, was brought up i %  %  police ihi> year two pillows in placi of one To im not sure h Cummlna meant two pillows, trtu pillow caasa, or both %  *18 04. H I tailed t<> this figure was arrived at due to '. from the streets rand* explanation quite Inaudl RESPONSIBILITY The administrative ser\-ice. in view of its unip ecl auaad character, clearly does not lend itself 'o the appointment of an adviser, and the responsibility for acquiring such information as will enable the Commission to assess the merits of Ites for promotion should, in our view, fall m the main on the establishment members of the Commission, whose appointment we recomended earlier. That responsibility should extend lo those -ei vices -forests, police, postal, and prisons — in which, owing to the small number of scheduled posts, promotions will be of infrequent occurrence. It would be of great help to the establishment member of the Commission if the Heads of these departments, and indeed of ail departments that tunned, were to hold periodic meetings for the discussion of their respective problems, which he could attend for the purpose of glewning information on questions of personnel. In so far is the legal :>nd Judli ITS concerned, it would be for the Commission to seek the advice Of the Governors. Chief Justices, and Attorneys. General of the several colonial FUNCTIONS We puss now to the function., of the Public Ser1 vice Commission^ In so far as the unified services are concerned, we have nothing to add to what I ol State haa to say in his draft' and what we have already .said In the | preceding paragraphs, beyond calling attention lo : paragi aphi 139 and MO { on the preparation .if •enemca "f training. But I toe it. the tau of the Commission need not. and indeed .should not, IH* coniined to the •Xerdae of those function We have mentioned! earlier the possibility of the establishment of a | ment and of certain aarvicss being placed on a federal basis if and when that occurs, i i .. i w ill arise, such men! of ofBcei i man the new regional department, the qualifleationa for future I to it. and promotion! within r. inch call for wide experience in eatabllahn ind (or im expert knowledge of educational slaini.u u... ,nd clearlv canom in' left to the sole arbftranunt of the Head of the rederallzed departmeni Even In the maiter of Internal promotions, something more la required than the advice of the Head of the department. Promoti": ,, (ram even point of view—from the point of view of the Heed himself, on whom it places too heavy a burden ofj responsibility, from the point of view of the general public, who ha U) expect that advancement in the service Which, SS taxpayers, they finance goes to those mosl daeerving % %  ( %  ment, and from the point of view of the civil servants Own %  future should not be dependent Ml < %  individual. ADVISING at, in the ca i federalized service, the Public Service Commission should be charged with the respowdblllty of advising the eminent on 'hieatablishmenl of the Departmeni and the means of dovetailini existing personnel Into it. on Ihe qualifications reoulred of new entrant* to the one within the Department There is no need to emphasise the fnct that the Head ol the IN i ...e concerned not only with for 'he trail Lit also. indlrectl] who srs In the held of pro" %  %  ,• that the unipromotion, ti;' %  ciency will depend on the calibre of the i .-ill depend In %  training which the officers Hen II, the Commit%  only add that if all Uie Of the in be manned bv people of local icstion of training offtcei^ With thi Of the %  fTo be roiitiHuedl KITCHEN NEEDS se/ecf from this wide range WOOD AND COAL STOVES—Nos, 6 7 .„, OIL STOVES COM Srvr. 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