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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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Harbados ~

ESTABLISHED 1895 TUPRA SY, MARCH 20, 1951

Unemployment May ney er =| Allies Probe Further
Overwhelm W.I. | |

aa : Towards 38th Parallel:
AIrkKwoo Ss
(From Our Own ee Nearing Chungehon

LONDON, March 19.
Britain Gets













PRIGHE FIVE CENTS





















TOKYO, March 19.

UNITED NATIONS troops met Communist re-
Re rt On sistance at several places to-day in their drive
po toward the 38th parallel in Korea. The main United
r , Nations troops were last reported 17 miles south of

Persian Oil the border with patrols probing some miles sitend.
The Foe: Match. 38. An armoured American patrol ran into resis-
4 preliminaty report ftom Heine, { tance 18 miles south of the border along the road
Ambassador in Persia, Sir Francis north from Seoul to Vijongbu. It broke up a Com.-
srepherd on last week's decision’ — munist, platoon supported by mortars and artillery

Ke of the Majlis to nationalise the

|
wr il industry, but is awaiting al and then withdrew. .
: further full report, it was under- ) - Aircraft clearing the way for

(CCONSIDERAB!E INTEREST has been aroused
here by important proposals including the ex-
tension of Britain’s rearmament. fae for the
Colonies put forward by Mr. R. L. M. Kirkwood of
the Legislative Council of Jamaica. It is expected

that the subject will be raised in Parliamtent.

Mr. Kirkwood cutlines his plans in a letter to the
Times to-day in which he warns that unless the Govern-
ment of the United Kingdom take positive steps to acceler-
ate the industrialisation of the area, the British West Indies
will soon be overwhelmed by the rising tide of unemploy-
ment which “is the seed bed of Communism”.
ers are ee Mr, Kirkwood

findings of Profes










echoes the
Arthur



e Di ff West Indi d . a , = ne stood here to-day i advancing United Nations troops
. ewis, West Indies economics ex~- EXTRA precautions were taken when a Qantas Constellation aircraft arrived at MASCOT, Sydney, Aus ay ; “ame under fire from an estimated
Children 1e }pert who has recently joined the ‘ ea eee ee : on aboard. Official Pe aes ; 7 one; ; KF ood Situation : ‘ : Shag

tralia, from London with suspected patients tals’ m ig the aircraft wore masks Until this is received the matter 1,000@ Communists, well dug in



| Board of C.D.C and passengers and crew were taken to a Qui













: antine ation » is thought unlikely x0 betore | . : about 17 miles south of the par-
Twent A Da In a booklet published by the Photo shows: (Left to right) Central District Ambulance Ofieér H. Sutton; Flight Steward Ivan the Cabinet tntaeined’ aul: Desperate In Bihar allel, .
Caribbean Commission, Professor Buck (whose suspected attack was confirmed), Mr. Achar Romyanqutans (A Siamese from Bangkok to-day thought the British Gov-! Turkish troops exchanged small
Lewis placed the present West In- a suspected case) and Ambulance Officer H. Trerney ernment would not make any move |. «. INDIA, March 19 arms fire with Communists in one
e dies unemployment jigure at re eae until after Easter, The situation | ae Se eee ae. Poe ih conening Say Sev ener,
In Brazil 140,000 and estimated that an 88 created by the Majlis “decision Bihar, said to-day he. had re Jubilant South ‘Koreans swam

ceived reports of a ‘few cases” )the icy waters of the Hongchon
of starvation deaths in the state}River after trapping and wiping
but these reports coulki not belout a Chinese battalion.
; firmed officially After acti Americ Liaison
George C, McGhee row visitin ia ; Y canitak Sc Chee aa
Xv sw ‘ . £ iif « “Ee Ae *
Peherar.< There teers few days ago official sources] officers counted 231 Chinese dead.

; : : a. - hopes in : ‘ : :
hunger, thirst and disease in the Raw Materials j LONDON. March 19 Seh m n « ] Plan L : lin” New Delhi said there were}South Koreans swam across
. : : Asa’ “avemaneiantics * report apa u ‘oa Ondon that some form of a me near famine conditions’ in some}rather than wait for the boats.
I:

town of Faton in the interior of | fie ‘ J ‘ ‘itative report of « gotiated soluti .
Ceara. state in northeastern}. Mr. Kirkwood points out that|, ‘“) ublosion iin’ shetadbanien en naan} _ possible. ! parts of India An 8th Army Communique said

per cent increase in industrial em- i Vv 7 was being fully discussed by
RIO DE JANEIRO, March 19, | ployment would be necessary in BOMB EXPLODES| i XK | a ions 5 n Praneil thenhe ws mi a erat
According to press reports re-|the next decade to keep pace with G States Assistant Secretary of Stat:
ceived here to-day, children are} an increase in the population. | IN ALBANIA
dying at the rate of 20 a day from .



Brazil’ as the result of a tragic 1 “4 cane tte age ae ort capital, Tirana, is understood to PARIS, March 19. Reuter The Minister described the} United Nations troops were earry-
drought which is causing death | )ate efore e€ outbreak of / have heen passed to officials in Six nations to-day ‘ialled. the Schuman Plan a 50- food situation in Bihar state asjing-out extensive patrols in all





ne f ine not only in Ceara but Korean hostilities and suggests | London during the weekend ee ae ae er 5 A tMNT rk mu, 9 ee : ‘desperate’ especially after the! sectors of the front but had made
pe sgymboetes aaa nor thet id: toe light at present cike | “aon meat ahs ton satacauian yept vty. aty = boolisa Western Europe's coal and Chinese Hold Up prolonged period of drought and |little contact with Communists.
dastarnd skate cumstances the position is worth proclamation of a law banning sddasraheandreanasttherciy Met whe: ee ; aoe . consequent destruction of crops The spokesman said the ap-
In both affected regions, rains | reconsideration. Professor Lewis] ‘térrorist organisations” in Alba Jean Monnet, head of the French delegation and chief British Ship Besides Bihar, aeute foo c¢}proach to the 38th parallel had
have not fallen for more than six | Suggested that the industry most | nia, was believed here to have been author of the Plan called the treaty “destined to open a shortage has been reported inj|"brought in focus a lot of political



months. suited to the British West Indies | responsible for weekend reports breach in the walls of natignal sovereignties HONG KONG, March 19 west Berigal, Assam, and Madras,|questions involving the entire

Ini 7 > ’ aca . sit afere . » “ ”
Authorities, are alarmed at the | Was one requiring a high percent-|of the proclamation ofa state of Initialling the treaty tomlay were heads of the Frenc h, Iniformed Chinese in junks;but no official reference has yet} world

; ; age z , - ania } flying the Chinese Nat alist}been made to starvation deaths This was the first ¢ ouNnc t
sibili O eara | age of labour and a low percent- | emergency by the Albanian Gov- ‘satin alic bd a ying Bs ationalis ( : i s was the first announcemen

Sane Sands ollie ot GURoGR ett age of raw materials relative to | ernment. German, Italian, Belgian, Diatth and Luxembourg delega- flag held up a small Britis h{in any of these regions. —Renter |to disclose officially how close the
. the finished product. The bomb was said to have ex- tions. freighter — the Josephine Moller Allied forces have pushed to the



two of them fatal, have already





been reported Or, Kirkwood argues, British | ploded,on February 19, near the . also initialled a draft con- Sf aa off Fees coast last epic amp nag last week's security
ed . ree : ..}@xport industries which are now! Soviet mission in Tirana. . . wy | VONtion to cover a five-year period|™onth and removed part of the ° jackou
ti Sieee ial int tee ttn ot likely to be required to partici- On February 26, a decree until a common market for the six |cargo, the ship reported on its Record Blizzards According to intelligence reports
Sey arene Milgres,| 72te, in the rearmament drive | against terrorism, announced that ountric is established The|return to Hong Kong to-day ve oe released by censors, Chinese and
Paton, Campos, Salles, Milgres 3 }
Grito. . enheee! tr wand could be encouraged by the manu-|any people convicted of being XC organ of the pool, which ‘ all 9 In Prairies North Koreans appeared to be
rato, Iguatu, Sobrar, ey *,| facture in the Caribbean of goods | members of terrorist organisations Pwill be the high authority, will] The ship’s master captain, F.] ° carrying out large scale with-
Paracaju, where hungr, ne along the lines visualised by Pro-| would be tried immediately have powers over the coal and | Williams said he believed attack EDMON'ION, Alberta, March 19 drawals as far back as the pe allel
thirsty peasants are threatening | fessor Lewis for export to hard A Foreign Office spokesman it sles! industries as much as the/ers were Nationalist guerillas Nine people were known to have | !*self
to attack and plunder large farms | currency areas in that hemisphere, | London to-day, refused to com- Ministry of N a nal Economy hag The attackers apparently in-|died and one person was missing The greatest concentration of
and food shops in villages.” Z He details his proposals as |} ment on revorts on the situation ir on - s nee pouty eo cee tended to remove the whole] to-day as Canadian prairie pro- |Communist anti aircraft fire since
Thousands of refugees are | follows: Albania. But it was understood le ertkt Ctrancellog “i ee * cargo but made off when a war-|vinces began digging’ themselves |the Korean war began, struck at
S o> i ‘ . rma ane ior "OF - i thie . re ee, . 1 ite
streaming down roads leading to (1) Thege colonies should be} in usually well informed diplo- eraan Specs ot Se eeees -;#hip—which he refused to iden-| out of the worst March blizzards | United Nations planes north of {
larger cities, abanaoning their included in the scope of His|Matic quarters that a report on hernia cicity! Sie eldimaeh Plan the tify—appeared. on record Seoul to-day, as United Nations |
homes and plantations ruined by Majesty’s Government's plan- | bomb incidents has just reached : Siw ’ . yea The storm lashed the prairies }8"0und forces moved slowly to- '



mien amis ‘ A aes he said, had in-| Captain Williams said thel with 80 miles an hour gusts in
ren id us Sa ica. whadich, leader of the band told him thatl vero temperatures for two days,
eon Ryentetes" Liifotied his after the next three months,}and piled up deep snow paralys-
Tak. SA: The aebaveaeieeita dag they would sink any ship found]ing traffic and communications.
an. 4 . his running the Nationalist blockade|Some 38 persons on the Calgary
first idea was to create a union off the Chinese coast, by carry- {Ray cn train snowbound since Fri-
Hettsnels Fran ‘e and Germany ing cargo to Communist China day near Oyen, Alberta, were res-

icl tuld be calculated to im- —Reuter. cued late last night maleate,

wards the 88th parallel,

United Nations troops were
moving nearer . to. .Chungchon,
main Communist supply centre
about seven miles south of the
parallel.

Observers here said that if Com-
munists gave it up, their next de-
fensive positions would probably
be three miles north of the parallel
where the valley narrows between
rugged hills

The Chinese would be unable to
hold the line on flat ground in face
of tremendous United Nations fire

. ning in connexion with the Re-|London from the Western Dip'o-
Despite emergency relief meas- ine ae 0 ees eae matic Mission in Tirana.
ures being talten by both-state (2) As an incentive to de= Britain ttoes*not- maintain diplo-
Governments and Federal medical centralization within the Com-— matic relations with Albania, and
~authorities, it is believed the} monwealth, Companies regis-| there is no British diplomatic offi- aited Oy May 0 last year
position in Ceara and Parahyba tered in the United Kingdom | cial in Tirana ; ,
cannot improve if rains do not should be granted exemption There was understood to be no
fall, since the lack of an effective of the United Kingdom tax on] evidence so far to support Pee
system of artificial irrigation undistributed profits, retained in] of the state of cmergency in 1
makes it impossible to provide oversea branches of subsidiary | ana.—Reuter.
adequate assistance to stricken companies established within
areas. OF peal Empire by United et eT
The present druaght is being | Ingdom concerns: |
ecmpared in its proportions to 3. The U.K. Government Putaeninte On
those of the years 1915 and 1937,j Should consider the following





e the centuries 5 old bad rely

ee Need More Men

PAKISTAN HAS

BUDGET SURPLUS For First-Aid Work



ins Sere se greed ade a eae





















































































5 : p » od States J Y *r advantage they said.

both of which caused widespread example of the United States power ac

} Fai , a6 Government which ren its to Two Charges —Keuter,
death, hunger, thirst and disease : we
and large material losses. Tinited States oversea territories (From Our Own Correspondent) KARACHI, March 19 LONDON.

—Rounter. such as Puerto Rico the pro- KINGSTON, Jamaica. Manatee. + iek a ‘ ' TELL THE ADVOCATE
ceeds of federal excise duties on} The trial of the Hon. W. A. an, ee ea * a A Bed Otto Lund, Commissioner in Chief of the St. John ws
exports from the oversea (Co- | Bustamante on charges of disturb- aula chammer announced mbulance Brigade, who recently returned from a tour of ; THE NEWS

~ ° : Jonial) territories to cortinen-|ing the peace and breaches of the eit seme) units in the West Indies, said in London to-day that there DIAL 3113
Strange Disease tal United States. Conatabulary Law began sod in We Pitacn' xauieact etna! was a need for more male recruits throughout the West DAY OR NIGHT
" 2 - Spanish Town, before the Residen A ak lies anon cl toe aca satel het Indies for first-aid rs
Kills Chinese Industrial Deveiopment Magistrate's Court with the Crow: thety uld bs De. nee Jame nadie aid work. This was particularly so in Bar- |
‘i ssented by torney Genera i nm the new fine al yea é Ss.
The last of these suggestions as eens ee “kK C. W. H. Income tax would generally be Although the Brigade had train- {yas SSS
CENTRAL FRONT, pore. Mr. Kirkwood says would provide] alexander, Crown Coursel, anc reduced -—Reuter ed Police in first-aid work inl
; ‘ eee yg | the B.W.I. Government with|Bustamante defended by his} [Pp | 937s , ie eee most places visited, he had found
American army medical officers | considerable funds that would be|chier lieutenant. Hon. Donalc : ee there was great demand for
{ | . i t “ivilic a '
to-day moved into the village o necessary for the provision of|Sangster, Minster of Social Wel- i au an residen civilian first-aid units, particu-
Hochondong near Hongchon facilities and services ancillary to! fare and Solicitor C. L. Cawley DR, T. w. J. TAYLOR, Principal larly in Bermuda, because of in-
where 30 villagers have been RE SiGustriNh owe ; ; «Cawley: ¢| of the University College of the! Char ged With Fraud |¢reased inaustriatisation, The de-|
: : ; A a programme of indu 1 On Saturday Bustamante failec ha
18 stricken by an unidentified viru- velopment than attempt to'gubpoeria the Act West —e ee 4 ress mand was evident on the sugar!
1% i : , ery b ee . esterday b .W.LA, on a one-day VAN are d, states ¢ ‘ a esd rials
i ee ila Aenean iw aise “Surely” he concludes, “Brit ying Governor and Acting Col, rire ¥ 2 iu San Mi Pin twice re ie Wemated "oat Br wae ishWi
: had kill i lar, ts sumbers of ish West Indian victories over Secretary to appear on his behalf Cuba has been in- Guiana nits van “ ‘atin x the}
Chinese Idier befor p thay were | England at cricket and on the/in the case, as Acting Chie! , ‘principal responsi ate gt er lh i ees = STIS
Srivanr One f Hochondong. running of the track indicate a] Justice J. E. D. Carberry nullifier N ¢: » t! vas alleged to bolin the factories, \

"The: said th -¢ had never been | degree of skill, stamina and com~-| the subpoenas which Bustamante oO ommen . reatest frauds in this} The Countess of _Brecknock a al) the
any ea thsis ataehvines ot the dis- petitive spirit that should receive|served on these two governme ni ountry’s story He and 10)who aticornpenied Sir Otto on the! Maintain
case, balere the Chinese arrived.|@ncouragement in the field of}officers at the = i the Peet WASHINGTON, March 19 lose followers during hi« 1944—48 | visit, went to the Windward and same Hi

i N ” of the reason why these witnesses A State Department spokesrnan| Pre itial term, were accused j te " a :

Doctors who have placed the | industry. i ; : laden ve ores pe ey ; ’ the Leeward Islands, Grenada and} }

; ; ie Official reaction to Mr. Kirk-| were necessary. ; declined to comment. to-day } of criminal responsibility in theft Ais . nel
the diselale sient be typhea, To wood’s suggestions is understood] Bustamante is charged in con-| the report that Spain was willin| or mis-appropriation of more than [Colonial “ome wots larenatidine Standard of

. . : . j ‘3 arance n , f 40) of * ’ .
the west the village of Yangpyung|to be sympathetic. Further one a nie pi flier ony ira te send troops for the defence o 0 000,000. wai hander |{2¢. Position there She consi-!\) Quality as
. spondence is anticipated on this;@ | »- bal ae + Europe, but said a new phase i e Inaietmen wa 1andec | a”, re was gres 4 .

Rss. coped ien. culated subject and questions are likely| height of the T.U.C, - called Aynericuzt relations with Spain| down by Judge Federico Justin ritwds tap fee mde Nese Ha oe shi ed to
sues. 1 ree ie a Bene > be vaised: tn Parliament, Al-| Worthy Park. strike early this|) ay oo, with the. arrival iani. " indictment referred to |4, eo redial oe ae yiees P

dical oO icers ave ordere e s , € ame . as el gs iF attacked the } & g : é ve in aie : . : > BPSSIST Paica omcers in cov

afeated areas to be wired off|ready one of Mr. Kirkwood's ere a Gol st pe ree ened Madrid of the new An eriean| hog 1 al pl héndiing ad f ne ving laree evens ) t e
ae ae a liat os stions—the gz the| inte y a t ne’ | Ambassador Stanton Griffi in the Ministry of Educatio cP) | as
while they investigate. suggestions—that of bringing tne} oeetant Superintendent of | ot ‘eo E 3 ni q W t die

Villagers have previously told Solania inte Se Sepeononee Police and discharged two guns in| pe referred reporters to a state-) Daa Businessmen’s Enthusiasm i fe os s
United Nations officers that many | Programme—has sv} A -.s|a erowded square. The case; ment by Secretary of State Ache 7» Both were impressed by the! or e
Chinese were dying from a disense } which was.one.pt the points rs Fr continues on March 30th. i son before the Senate Foreign Re ELIZABETH JOINS enthusiasm for the worte if the! .
which distended their stomachs. | by Mr. L. D. Gammans in | lations Committee that the im- PHILIP IN MALTA Brigade among a small group o

These two instances are the first| day’s debate o- colonial man portance of Spain's Association in young business men in Trinidad

authentic cases.—Reuter . power. E. G western defence was clear A TA, Malta March 19. ,who offered to lead first-aic e

ermany Making: Elizabeth flew here’ units

, Acheson had said t objective join her husband the Lady Brecknock, commenting |

DANCES FROM DOWN UNDER War Equipment | ef sseciatiog Spain win wes Bdinburgh, who com-|on “tropical. apathy”, suid. tha
; European , galanin —_ d be ac-| mands the frigate with the British | all West Indian units should re-|
se eis ‘ si ia i BERLIN, March 19. complished, mut woul€ depend © | Mediterranean Fleet jceive constant encouragement}
American authorities here to-! the actions of many nations of the The Duke greeted her at the air-|from the home body “as thing»
Hi night listed items of war equip-| North Atlantic Treaty partner port. {were apt to start with a rush in
1} ment which they alleged were be- and Spain herself.—Reuter, The Princess is expected to re-|the West Indies and then pete:
| ing produced in East Gesmeny:| turn to England after visiting; out.” |
ranging from anti-aircrafts gun . Rome from April 11 to 21 The jrigade, with a_ total!
i rts, components for tanks, war- BULGARIA WILL DISBAND ee , : ; Pe th of 106,000 (adults and) a
f parts, comp j —Reuter. g . 8 ar oe] Y
ships and aircraft, to precision LOCAL RED PARTY | = - jcadets) in Britain and $6,000 i A Ss 7 ER
cptical instruments fer subma- ° ‘ 2 | joverseas, is seeking to double it: aa A ad
rines and artillery. ui LONDON, March 19.. BACK IN SPAIN jnumbers in this country by ask 4
An American controlled radio tt ene —_ pee 43 i arty i ee jing each member to enrol ; s
station in west Berlin yesterday; Mie Ruse listrict of Bulgar m1 y eh Vs ‘friend, and hopes that units 2
quoted “highly reli iable” sources to be di for such information cers banned from the» part i berto Martin Ariajo has re turne dj}
: i é I¢ rea ¢ event Has ter brie te} Members _ fre all yer tk :
To-aay’s statement claimed] tried ot es of B rever i S338) ite a srief priva } Membe rs rom a over ul
that ammunition factories, and| party's Go nent . it re-; country will do 51,000 hours of
ag fast Germany captured| and tural policy ac- | pet ror trun to-day jduty on the South Bank anc
depots in East German) 78 | 4 a
1945, are working for Soviet) cording Bulgarian Ne | Hi as ited to have gone to, Pleasure Gardens sites durin
im > "I r FR ner’ bn ge received here © his daughter who is studying the Festival of Britain,
armed forces t | “seer Re 7 S i Reuter LES
—Reuter euter. é ne —L.ES.
!
From Our Own Correspondent period formula Only or vie that he felt It was no time to consider
GRENADA, March 19 incident was reported ovet the local Police a onal feelings or to hesitate
General resumption of wark week-end Fe nder Brigadier Pickthall & SHERR
which took place to-day opens the This aftern C3.P paid dividends in in- He added that under Pickthall’s 7




bi ‘ Police _ efficiency and command, disposition of the Force




















to a settlement of the wage t,
ute which will see its first < { acteire ! lence on the part of was immediately reorganised, the| ®
s on Wednesday with the in- es by denomin : he tie He had reluctant- country police force sac ager
oduction of a Government Bill will be followed to-morr ¥ ‘ that nothing but a and more men stationed in the i 7 “7
in the Legislature proposing the f on de, Roman Cathol nd would ensure trouble area. Patrols were org san- | GARDINER AUS TINS Co., Lid.
oe See DRAM wont to Australis and lived 4 wes Ane ent of a wages council General and on Wedre © i of the Force availabie, ised to visit estate property at ir-|
gines; now, complete in authentic feathers, : : € n ctw AY t ‘ and ilar intervals resulting in the| Agents.
she demonstrates their dances in London 3 | er E t answer the cause i
ever to live among the natives in the bi r dances ma A } >
of which are sacred. They have never a white girl sta ( D pee

before.—Exrpress

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PAGE TWO





Carub Calling

_ JOHN SIMONSEN, F.R.S

Director of Colonial product
Research Council; an in
transit passenger Barba

Pleasant Stay

M* and Mrs. Walter C. Tare
ry, of Rushden, England,

Was

through after a pleasant three weeks’ visit,

dos yesterday from Trinidad t J

Jamaica by B Ww I.A. He is on leave this afternoon by B.W.1.A
his way back to Engl ind after for Trinidad. They are both ex
attending the Silver . Jubilee tremely pleased with the Island,
celebrations of the Imperial having enjoyed their stay =
College of Tropical Agriculture ‘were very much impressed wit

the many courtesies extended to
them
Mr

rector of the Tecnic Shoe Co., Ltd.,

Sir John, whose headquarters are
in London; spends much of his

time travelling around the Com- Tarry who is Managing Di-

1wealt » as :
windy cuaen nen regrets that owing to the Leather
since 1943 He was formerly ituation his firm has not always
Professor of Chemistry at the been in a position to supply local
University College of North requirements as prompt as they
Wales, Bangor and before that would like, but hopes to overcome
he was Professor ‘of Organic this in the near future. :

Chemistry, Indian Institute ot Since his arrival he has received

news of still further increases in
the price of leather and all other
component parts which are used in

Science Bangalore.

Retired Medical Officer

roc TR DE the manufacture of shoes, and
D*. JESSE a aeEe, retired from reliable sources Mr. Tarry
Government Medical Officer learns that prices are likely to

Maraval arrived from Trinidad
yesterday by B.W.I.A. to spend
the Easter holidays with his sister,

centinue to rise for another three
months

Mrs. Louise Grell, at the Stream, En Route To Lima
Worthing R. AND MRS, L, J. ROSEN-
° SHINE accompanied by their
Back From Jubilee daughter Patridia arrived from
Celebrations ‘Trinidad on Saturday by B.W.1LA.,
to spend a short holiday in Bar-
JULIAN MAHON, bados, staying at Sam Lord’s,

The Rosenshines who live in
Lima, Peru, where Mr. Rosenshine
is a Mining Engineer, are on
their way back to Peru, after a
holiday in the US. They are
originally from New York,

Hie

returned

and Mrs, Mahon
from Trinidad on Sun
day afternoon by B.W.1.A.
after attending the Silver Jubilee
Celebrations of the Imperial
College of Tropical Agriculture



Mr, E. D. Mottley, M.C.P.; and : .

Mrs. Mottley along with’ Mt Back From St. Lucia

F. L. Walcott, -M.C.P% and

Mrs. Walcott who also attended SIR JOHN SIMONSEN, F.RBS., R. AND MRS. DORIEN
the Silver Jubilee Celebrations Director of the Colonial Products = COLE and their son Hal,
returned from Trinidad yester- Research Council, who had been who spent a short holiday in St

attending the Silver Jubilee celebra-
tions of LC.T.A. was an intransit
passenger through Barbados yester-
day en route to England.

Lucia, returned over the week-end
by B.W.1.A, During their holiday
they also spent a few days in
Martinique.

day morning.

With Shell Caribbean

R. AND MRS. FRANK IDEN. {
DEN arrived from Mara
caibo, Venezuela via Trinidad
yesterday morning by B.W.I.A



JANETTA DRESS SHOP

Upstairs over NEWSAM’S, Lower Broad Street
Tel. 2684

BEAUTIFUL AFTERNOON, COCKTAIL
and EVENING GOWNS



They were accompanied by their
daughter Connie. Here for three
weeks’ holiday, they are staying
at the Paradise Beach Club )

Mr. Idenden is an Engineer at 4
Shell Caribbean Petroleum Corpn,
in Maracaibo

Staying With Father
RRIVING from Trinidad yes







terday by B.W.I.A t ent. RAL as anata holiday io Also—only a few—PANTIES, VESTS, SLIPS & NIGHTGOWNS
Barbados, were Mr. anq Mrs. in large and O.S. Sizes
Doug Boon They are staying “sx SSS
with Mr Boon’s father at the
“Farm”, St. Michael. Mr, Boon a
is with U.B.O.T. in Point x
Fortin, a0
~@% Nay
, Esta Noche
For U.S. Holiday Noche

M* and- MRS. HAROLD
LEWIS were among the pas-
sengers leaving for Puerto Rico
yesterday morning by B.W.1.A.
They have gone to spend a short

Visite

holiday in the U.S. with rela-
lives,
Soil Surveyors
R. J. P. WATSON and Mr. -

. Eric Birse, Soil Surveyors on
the B.W.1I. Soil Survey Scheme,
stationed at the Imperial College
of Tropical Agriculture arrived |
from = Trinidad yesterday by }
B.W.1.A. on a sixteen-day soil
survey of the Scotland Dissrcty

here. They are staying at the ane entreten ame tonto

Enmore Hotel

para

‘

From Venezuela
M* and MRS. KEN SHEP-!
4 HERD and their two
children arrived from Venezuela
yesterday morning by B,W.1.A.
via Trinidad Here for two
months’ holiday they are staying
with Mr. Shepherd’s mother in
Black Rock. Mr, Shepherd is
with the Venezuelan Gulf Refin
ing Co., at Puerto La

Venezuela.

tefin ee
cide meee «=SCU EMPIRE THEATRE

RS, E B WILLIAMS,

Island Commissioner of the
Girl Guides’ Association accom-
panied by her daughter Miss
Betty Williams, Island Secretary |
of the Girl Guides’ Association,
left by B.W.1.A. yesterday for |
Puerto Rico to attend the Sub-|
Committee Meeting of the West- |
ern Hemisphere (World Bureau) |
of Girl Guides’ Association. The |
meeting opens to-day and_ will |
last two days. Lady Baden- |!
Powell, Chief Guide of the
World who arrived in Puerto Rico
a few days ago will attend the
meeting. |

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1951





Shopkeeper On Larceny Charge
is Hearing Continues Today

HEARING in the case in which Elizabeth King, a shop-
keeper of Tudor Street is charged with shop breaking and
larceny was adjourned until to-day by His Honour the
Chief Justice Sir Allan Collymore at the Court of Grand

e @
Mr. Issigonis
Has A Design

For Drivin

By ROBERT WALLING

A schoolboy refugee from the
Greco-Turkish war after World
War I has become the designer cf
Britain’s most incredible ear cf
the year.

THE CAR—the Morris Minor.

THE MAN — Alexander Issi-
gonis (pronounced “Issi-go-niss},

a bachelor of 44 who lives in an
Oxford flat. (Too much vor’ to

do to get married.) Son of an
engineer and s%ipbuilder, he is
new a naturalised Briton.

Issigonis came to England in his
‘teens, went te London University
to study engineering, rose to be
one of Lord Nuffield’s chiet de-
signers.

His hobby used to be to drive
a tiny self-built, \ single-seater
supercharged car in hill climbs.
“Can't afford the money or time
now,” he says.

Future Morris cars? “I haven't
finished yet,” he told me. “I am
thinking out another Minor now.”

No Skid

Here is the test report of the
i951 tourer model, which, at £382
(purchase tax paid), weighs un
Jaden, half a hundredweight less
than the 154% ecwt. saloon.

It gave speedometer speeds of

18, 40, 52 and 65 m.p.h. in its
four gears
It measured 12ft., 4in., long

(ideal for smali garages) and 4ft.,
10in., high, but my 14 stone and
6ft. of height were quite comfor-
table in it.

It turned fast around corners
without an inch of skid.

It operated at 40 miles to the
gallon, and had no difficulty in
maintaining 50 m.p.h

It reached 50 m.p.h. in half a
minute. But the car could have
been quieter. I could hear the
shoes of the hydraulic brakes con.
tacting the linings, the busy ex-
haust note was noticeable, and
there were a few body squeaks on
rough going

Efficient

But brakes, engine response,
suspension, and rack-and-pinior
steering were of top-quality
efficiency

Points I liked.—The windows
required only two turns to lower
cr raise; first-class forward visi-
bility: access through the floor to
gearbox and transmission: oil-less
bushes on rear-springs

Needed.— More space
control pedals

World Copyright Reserved.

—L.E.S

LAUNDRY WORKERS
RETURN TO WORK

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-—OF-SPAIN, March 17.

Workers at the Sanitary Laun-
dry, Port-of-Spain, who went on
strike on Monday least (12th),
returned to work to-day .Stoppage
of work was unauthorised, it was
admitted in a letter of apology
signed by Mr. S. G. Harper,
President of the Union,

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U.C.W.I. PRINCIPAL
CALLS HERE

Dr. T. W. J. Taylor, Principal
of the University College of the
West Indies, Jamaica, arrived
from Trinidad yesterday morning
hy B.W.I.A. where he had beep
attending the Silver Jubilee Cele-
braticns of the Imperial College
of Tropical Agriculture. Being so
close to Barbados, Dr. Taylor took
the opportunity of coming over
hefore he returns to Jamaica. He
is due to leave this afternoon for
Trinidad en route to Jamaica.

At Seawell to meet him were
Sir George Seel, Head of Develop-
ment and Welfare, and Mr. Au-
brey Douglas-Smith, Resident
Tutor of the Extra Mural Dept. of
the University College of the West
Indies.

° ~~
Dies Suddenly
(Fromm. Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Mar. 16.
Lady Enid Beatrice Walcott,
widow of the late Sir Henry Wal-
cott, Treasurer of Trinidad, died
suddenly today at her St. Clair
residence, She was the mother of
Mr. H. B. Walcott, Managing
Director of Spencer G, Kirton,
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BROAD STREET and ALPHA PHARMACY (HASTINGS)

Sessions yesterday.

More Technical
Knowledge Of
Agriculture Needed

The presence of an Imperial
College of Tropical Agriculture in
the West Indies will be of great
value to our future generations,
Mr. F. L. Walcott, M.C.P., told
the Advocate yesterday.

Mr. Walcott had just returned
frcm Trinidad where he attended
‘he celebrations of the Silver Ju-
bilee of the Imperial College of
Tropical Agriculture.

He said that the ceremony was
very impressive and the speeches
all pointed to the importance of
Aigriculture in these areas.

We are fortunate to have an
1.C.T.A. situated in the West
Indies, which ere mainly agricul.
tural centres, he said.

“It will emphasise the impor-
tance of agriculture to the future
generations who must of necessity
mainly depend on agriculture for
their livelihood.”

Importance Of Agriculture

Mr. Walcott said that the speech
of Sir Alan Burns, formerly Gov-
ernor of the Gold Coast, who now
represents the U.K. at the United
Nations Trusteeship Council, was
appropriate. It pointed, he said, to
the importance of agriculture in
the Colonial Empire, whose popu-
tation is increasing rapidly and
whose productive capacity must
therefore be intensified.

He was hoping, he said, that
in the near future, there would
be more Barbadians taking more
courses at the College, It would

be a means of increasing the
technical knowledge of agricul-
ture among many_ workers,

peasants and small holders, who,
without that necessary knowledge
would not be able to cope with
the growing demands in compe-
titive markets.

Mr. Walcott said that the Col-
lege authorities gave himself and
other visitors the opportunity of
seeing and appreciating the work
that was being done at the Col-
lege.

T’dad Theatres
Act Amended

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 17.

Despite strenuous opposition,
mostly from members of the
Butler Party, Trinidad’s Legisla-
tive Council members approved
amendments to the Theatres_and
Dance Halls Ordinance which
revoke the powers of the Com-
missioner of Police as the Licen-
sing Authority under the original
Ordinance and confer these
powers on Magistrates.

The Hon. Quevedo, in his plea
against the limitations of Calyp-
soniang in the freedom of their
art gave a passionate speech.

The Hon. Albert Gomes urged
that the Bill should he approved,
and that the Police should not
have been “brought into tne
picture at all.” He resented’ the
fact that a policeman should
decide what was a clean calypso,
He was as zealous as Mr. Que-
vedo, that certain indigenous art
forms should be preserved.

‘ATHELBROOK’ LEAVES

The motor vessel Athelbrook
left Barbados on Sunday after-
rocn with a shipment of vacuum
pan molasses for Trinidad. Her
agents are Messrs. H. Jason Jones
& Co., Ltd.

T'DAD RAILWAYS HAVE
$24,377 DEFICIT

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 14.

Bad weather conditions during
last month and the abandonment
of the Piarco ancillary service
have reflected a deficit in_ the
revenue of the Trinidad Rail-
ways for that period to the tune
of $24,377 aS’ compared with the
same month last year. Reports
show that the receipts during last
year totalled $176,147 compared





with $151,770 this year, railway §

traffic alone claiming $105,780 as
against the gorresponding iod
this year which has reflected a
total of $88,005 revealing a drop
of goods revenue totalling $17,725.











Also
ALMONDS

The case occupied the attention
of the court the whole day. The
jury is empanelled. No bail was
granted. here is a two count
indictment against King. On the
first count, she is charged with
breaking into the shop of Clement
Rogers at Tudor Street and
stealing goods to the value of
£11 15/4, ee of Clement
Rogers sometime between Sep-
tember 30 and October 1.

She is charged on the second
count of receiving goods to the
value of £11 15/4 knowing them

be stolen. King pleatied not

ilty to both counts. Mr. W. W.
eece K.C. is prosecuting for
the Crown while Mr. G, H.
Adams _ associated with Mr.

J. E, T,. Brancker is appearing
on behalf of the accused.

First witness called for the
rosecution was Inspector Frank-
yn who said that on October 1
at about 9.30 in the morning
Clement Rogers came to tha
C.I.D, and made a report. He
went to the store of Rogers in
Tudor Street. Sgt. Phillips who
had a warrant to search the
premises of the accused also
went along. The accused occupied
the top storey of the building in
which Clement Rogers had a
grocery store below.

He examined the roof of the
provision store and noticed that
a sheet of galvanise kept in
place with galvanise screws
comes to have been tampered
with.

To Mr. Adamsg _ Inspector
Franklyn said that he knew the
accused before and the accused
told him that she used to buy
goods from Rogers. When he
searched the place he saw some
boarders in the accused's place.
He heard that the accused was
friendly with a man named
Branch whom he thought he
knew because he was pointed
out to him in the Court yard.

Sgt. Phillips said that on Sep-
tember 30 Clement Rogers went
to the C.I.D. and made a report.
On October 1 Rogers again re-
turned to the C.I.D. and he went
with him to his premises. He also
went into the accused’s premises
with Cpl. Babb and another
oliceman, In the accused's place

e saw a bag of flour in the kitch-
en. The bag was torn and Ken-
neth Rogers claimed it as his
father’s property. There were
also two ten pounds tins of butter,
two bottles of wine, four cakes of
soap, a blue valise, two bottles of
bitters and a bag containing 2?
tins of butter which was behind
the wardrobe.

He also went into the accused's
shop which is adjacent to her place
and saw a box of biscults and an
unopened tin of cooking butter,
which was marked.

Clement Rogers said that he has
a business at 39 Tudor Street. The
building is a two-storeyed one. The
top is rented to the accused as a
residence and the bottom floor is
his business ert: On numerous
occasions he has missed goods and
found that the galvanised roof
was damaged.

On September 30 he marked 20
cartoons of cigarettes and placed
them into a box which he put in
the toilet. When he was leaving
the shop the day to go home he
carefully closed it. Next morning
he noticed that some tins of butter
and cigarettes were missing. He
knows the accused who is in the
liquor business. Sometimes the
accused would buy goods from
him for cash.

In the cross-examination, Mr.
Adams handed two bills to Rogers
who said that the handwriting on
them was his.

Cpl. Babb also said that he went
to the accused's place and saw a
bag of flour and some tins of but-
ter. In the dining room there was
nothing. Behind the wardrobe of
the bedroom there was a bag with
23 tins of butter in it.

The accused said that she bought
the butter from a grocery.

Asked by Mr. Adams if the ac-
pused showed any resentment
against the warrant, Bpbb said
that the accused snatched the
warrant from Sgt. Phillips’ hands
and tore it in half.

Charles Hutchinson, a carpen-
ter, said that he knew Rogers who
employed him in August 1950 to
repair part of the roof at Tudor
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Housing Loans
Total $750,000

The total amount allocated fron
the Labour Welfare Fund for the
use of housing loans was origin-
ally $400,000, but on March 17,
1951, a further $350,000 were
allocated, making a total of
$750,09u, Capt. G. J. Bryan, -Act-
ing Financial Secretary told the
Advocate yesterday “

He said that this money would
cover applications received frem
3,000 people up to the end ot
December, 1950.

Up to the end of February
1,392 loans totalling $347,690 had
been approved and 1,167 totalling
$290,440 had been granted of
which $275,945 had actually been
advanced, The amount repaid
by the end of February was $8,415
of which $3.678 were repaid dur-
ing the same month.

Mr. D. A. M. Haynes, Manager
of the Labour Welfare (Housing
Loans) Organisation told the
Advocate that the loans were be-
ing repaid satisfactorily. The pur-
pose of the loans was for repairs,

conditions and/or enlargements,
purchase and/or construction of
buildings.

Quarter Contributed

As far as purchase or construc-
tion was concerned, the applicant
was required to contribute 25%
of the cost and the remainder was
furnished by the Organisation.

He said that the terms of repay-
ment were in keeping with the
Wage earning capacity of the apr
plicant. During the “hard times”,
a small figure was accepted from
the applicant, but it was increased
during the crop to suit his in-
creased wages as well as the pay-
ment out of the crops produced
by the worker.

He said that the workers were
very appreciative of this assist-
ance as was evidenced by their
willingness to meet their obliga-
tions.

While the Advocate was at the
Labour Welfare Department,
there were many workers being
attended to by the Clerks. Some
were visiting the office for the
first time, some had returned for
the second or third instalment ac-
cording to the circumstances,
while others were repaying some
of their loans.

SUICIDE

Malo Les Bains Northern France
March 19.

The wealthy father of a 25-
year-old girl student allesed to
have killed her ex-lover, killed
himself by gas-poisoning here to-
day.

His daughter, dark eyed Pauline
Dubuson was arrested yesterday
after 27-year-old Felix Bailey
had been found dead in a chair
with two bullets in him.

Pauline was found unconscious
near fhe gas stove in Bailey’s flat.
Police said she called there after
she had heard that Bailey, her
lover for two years, had bought
an engagement ring for another
girl.

Her father, Dubuson, was a well
known builder in northern France

—Reuter.

T’dad Ships 7,000
Live Fishes To U.S.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 17.
Forty tins containing 7,000 live
fishes, the largest shipment of live
tropical fish left Trinidad to-day
for the United States, Th's
shipment was made by the West
Indian Aquarium Suppliers of
Port-of-Spain. Tropical fishes and
snakes have already been shipped
to Holland where the market
shows great promise, It is antici—
pated that with the demand in the
United States on the increase,
Trinidad will have a new source
of hard currency. The new indus
try is already arousing great
interest, and it is believed that
many are exploring the possibili—
ties of going into the trade and
establishing it firmly here if the
markets abroad prove to be
encouraging.

TAMARINDS GO
ON “FOREST”

S.S. Laurentian Forest arrived
yesterday for a cargo of 600 drums
of high proof spirit, 29 tierces and
130 barrels of tamarinds for Liver-

»pool, England. Her agents are
Messrs. DaCosta & Co., Ltd

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BAA Elects Officers

A yeneral meeting of ‘Ine Bar-
bados Automobile Association was
held at the Chamber of Commerce
Rooms on the 27th February 1951,

which the following officers
were elected:

President: Major J. D. Lena-

gan, M.B.E., Vice-President: The
Hon. V. C. Gale, M.L.C., Hon
Secretary-Treasurer: Mr. E. A

Way, Committee: Lt. Col. J. Con-
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Capt. St. J. Hodson, O.BE., Mr.
A. L. Jordon, Col. R. T. Michelin,
Mr. Ronnie Gittens and Mrs. G. E
Maxwell.

The present membership is 130
and more are coming every day.
t is hoped to have a membership
of 500 before long

The Associaton is cpen to
ladies and gentlemen who are in-
terested in motoring and Road
Safety, whether they own a motor
ear or not. The annual subscrip-
tion is $6.00, but persons joining
after the month of January will
pay at the rate of 50c. a month to
3ist December

The main objects of the Asso-
ciation are to foster the interests
of motorists and to co-operate
with the Authorities in every way
in order to make the Roads safer
for all users.

The following are some of the
benefits the Association will offer:

Authority to display the Asso-
ciation badge on your car.
Assistance in parking.

Legal advice on motoring
matters.
Campaign for Courtesy on

the Road
Co-operation with the Police
and the Press for safer driving.

Campaign for Compulsory
Third Party Insurance.
Elimination of dangerous
corners

Affiliation to the A.A, and the
RAC.
Facilities for the Renewal of
Drivers’ Licenses
It is contemplated, later on, to
seek affiliation to similar Associa-
tions in the West Indies

There is no doubt that the
Association can do much godéd
especially in regard to Road
Safety

Butlerites Protest
Against Closing
Of Bakeries

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Mar, 17,
Jobless bakery workers and
others paraded Port-of-Spain
streets under the Butler banner
protesting against action by the
Government resulting in the clos-
ing down of four city bakeries
The demonstrators carried pla-
ecards criticising Government and
the Labour Minister. The placards
bore inscriptions as “Where is
Albert Gomes?"”, “Is he dumb or
dead?” “Who responsible for
all this, Douglas”, “We want bread
not old talk”, “Russia is willing to
give us wheat", “Long Live

Uriah Butler”.









Before the demonstration, a
large crowd filled the city’s local
Hyde Park, Woodford Square, and
listenedi to Hon, Butler, who said
that it was very hard that the Con-
troller of Imports aad Exports
could not make the distribution of
flour satisfactory enough so. that
the bakeries could keep on oper-
ating and so avoid people being
out of employment.

Following a request by certain
people in the crowd that he take
the matter up in the Legislative
Council, Mr. Butler promised to
do his utmost for his followers
As a result of these bakeries clos-
ing down 200 people were out of
work,

“what crowded, but he



Introduced
To The Bar

AN OLD boy of Lodge and Har- |
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rison College Mr George W
Farmer, was yesterday admitted
to practise at the local Bar. He
was introduced by the Hon
F. E. Fields, Acting Attorney
General before the Sitting of the
Court of Grand Session beg
His Honour the Chief Justice, Sh
Allan Collymore presiding

Seon of Mr. and Mrs. G. L
Farmer of “Windermere”, St
John, 2i-year-old Mr. George
Farmer was educated at Lod
School from 1936 to 1944 and at
Harrison College frem 1944 t&
1946. He entered Middle femp!
in 1948 and w called to the Bai
on November 17, 195¢

The Hon. Mr. F. E. Fields
said that recentiy they had see
many intreductior ta_the loca
Bar of Barbados and one. might

think that it was becom ng some

would ven

ture, inethe words of a forme!
Chief Justice, to say that there
was always room at the top
Undoubtedly Mr. Farmer, ever

as the others, would do his utmost
to reach the top of the ladder

He would not consider it neces
sary to remind young barristers
that they should act in accordance
with the highest traditions ot
their profession by being respect -

ful to the Bench, courteous to
their fellow members and at the
same time firm and fearless in

representing the interest of their
client.
Professional Dignity

By upholding all those princi-
ples, the dignity of their profes
sion would be maintained and the
administration of justice enhanced

The Chief Justice said that ‘t
gave him great pleasure to wel
come Mr. Farmer to the Bar of
Barbados. He carried a name
which was well known in Barba

dos and many members of his
family had distinguished them-
selves in various walks of life

He thought he was correct in say
ing that he was the first Farme:
to become a lawyer

Although the field was, as the

Attorney General had said,
crowded, as he also remarked
there was always room at the

top and he hoped he would make }
his way to the top of his profes-;
sion He was sure he would
uphold the traditions of the Bar
and he wished him every success }
Farmer thanked the "chiet |

1

Mr.
Attorney General and the Chief
Justice. He said that he would dc

everything on his part to maintain
the high standard of that Bar

FEBRUARY RAINS
DELAY CANE MATURITY

The sugar crop for 1951 wa:
previously estimated at 175,000
tons and there is no need to assume
‘that total loss will be caused by
the excessive rains of February
the Director of Aljgriculture told
the Advocate yesterday

He said that the effects of the
rains would probably delay ma-
turity in some parts of the island,
but it was likely that that disad-
vantage would be offset by the in-
creased tonnages of cane in so far
as the total amount of sugar pro
duced was concerned,

“PARTNER” TAKES
SUGAR

The American S.S. Aleoa Part
ner arrived here on Sunday to load
supplies of sugar and molasses
for Canada

She will be taking 2,000 tons of
sugar for St. John, N.B., 442
puncheons, 453 barrels and 12
half-barrels of molasses for Hali-

fax and St. John
The Partner is consigned to
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Tuesday, March 20, 1951

BYE-ELECTION

WITH the untimely death of Mr. D. A.
Foster a bye-election has become necessary
for the vacant seat in St. Andrew. Mr. L.



E. R. Gill, the Senior Representative of ‘

that parish accordingly moved in the
House of Assembly that the necessary writ
be issued for the holding of a bye-election,
Tt was at this point that the issue tended
to become confused amidst the niceties of
constitutional law and practice. The Repre-
sentation of the People Act 1901 provides
for two sets of contingencies, one where a
member of the House of Assembly shall
be called up to the Legislative Council, or
shall accept any office which by any Act
of this island a member is disqualified from
holding or from serving as a member of
the Assembly, or shall accept any office of
emolument under the Crown, or shall be
absent from the island without leave for
a period of forty days, his election shall
be declared void and a new writ for the
election of another member in the place of
such member shall be issued within forty
days after the Governor shall be addressed
for the same by the General Assembly.

The second contingency envisaged by
the Act is where a member may resign
either before or after taking his seat. An
address shall forthwith be passed and for-
warded to the Governor-in-Executive
Committee and the Governor-in-Executive
Committee shall within fourteen days after
receiving the address issue the writ.

It will thus be seen that neither wets of
provisions provides for the death ct a
member and the issuing of a writ there-
after. It has, however, been the practice
to deal with the matter as in the case of
resignation and for the Governor-in-Exe-
cutive Committee to issue the writ within
fourteen days after having received the
address of the House of Assembly.

On this occasion the Leader of
Labour Party with the support of the
members of the party has appeared dissat-
isfied with the established procedure and
has proposed that a committee be set up to
investigate the appropriate procedure. If
the members of the House desire a clari-
fication of the matter the easiest course
would be for the Act to be amended so
as to deal specifically with the matter, if
not, the opinion of the legal advisers of
the government should satisfy those who
may have doubts of the position.

Most important, however, is that the
bye-election should not be lost in the
pigeon holes of a select committee. On this
occasion the practice which has been used
in the past should be used and if necessary
the matter may be dealt with at a later
date. It is certain that neither the people
of St. Andrew nor the general public will
condone any method by which the seat
should remain unfilled until the General
Election at the end of the year.

the



Frowns are

BUENOS AIRES.

The fifty of us who had just
flown in trom Miami were situng
in a circle in the handsome Buenos
Aires airport building feeling more
than a trifle foolisn. kor we all
had steel thermometers stuck in
our mouths by a majestic nurse,
in accordance with the Argentine’s
meaical regulations.

Suddenly, a voice’ rang out over
the loudspeaker, “Senor MacColl!”
Hastily putting aside my thermom-
eter, I rose and walked into the
immigration office, trailed by the
envious gaze of my fellow-travel-
lers, Why, they doubtless wonder-
ed, had I been called first of the
lot? .

A bronzed youfig man with a
black moustache greeted me geni-
elly.. “I represent the Argentine
Foreign Office,” he explained. “I
hope that you have had a most
enjoyable trip and that your stay
here will be of the most pleasant.”

He flipped his -fingers at the
immigration officials. “Are the
formalities compl@te?” © Bowing,
they passed me through in 20
seconds flat

In the Customs shed my Foreign
Office friend—his first name was
Jorge—said: “It would be a
pleasure 1o drive you into town,
if I may. Just tell me anything
you want. I am here to help you.
I was on holiday, but I have re-
turned to be of service to you.”

In the nearly quarter of a
century that I have knocked about
the world as a reporter, I can
count on the fingertips of one
hand the!number of Foreign Office
representatives who have seen fit
to give me an official greeting in
a new country.

When Sir John Balfour, the
British Ambassador, left Buenos
Aires not long ago at the end of
his term there was not a single
Argentine official to see him off.

Britain’s diplomatic representa-
tive is ignored by their Foreign
Office, which now welcomes the
Daily Express, What is going on?
The answer is interesting. And it
may have a bearing on that meat
you have been waiting for,

A Change

Suddenly, about a fortnight ago,
there was a sharp change in the

olitical atmosphere as far as the

ritish here were concerned.
Smiles appeared where before
there were only aloof frowns. Ges-
tures of friendliness were made.

And that may well. mean that
the Argentine is as anxious as we
are to. see the present talka
result in an agreement that will
put the meat back on your
plates. And, believe me, there is
plenty of it waiting to come!

You pretty well have to run
and hide from the steaks in this

town. I have ‘had beef in all its
forms urged upon me at every
meal except breakfast. It all

culminated at dinner tonight
with a “Baby Beef” which would
have sated three austerity

changed

but alas, his Majesty’s Mr. Joint
is still far from the dotted line
by R. M. MacCOLL

latest in the marathon series of
meat talks would be a sort of
Joint enterprise of the .Johns—
thus combining the better apti-
tudes of Mr, John Edwards, M.P.,
our chigf negotiator in the present
talks, and Mr, John Joint.

But Mr. Joini, a twinkling-
eyed, energetic chap with a nice
sense of humour, presumably felu
that he had been the target of
so much criticism from the
Argentine men that he would be
more useful if he stayed off-stage.

Behind all the double-talk and
insistence on the cordiality of the
atmosphere, just what is the
position ?

Weil, the Argentines would like
to be paid off for their meat
in coal, oil, steel and machinery
--in fact, all the things that
everyone is short of.

So far the talks have produced
nothing except a little deft
shadow - boxing. Perhaps this
week the cordial atmosphere may
lead to the hatching of some sort
of economic egg—although no-
body seems awfully optimistic,

Like Britains

Meanwhile, you catch endless
nostalgic glimpses of the old-time
British influence in this hustling
city of 4,000,000 men and women,

to smiles—

; pictured here)

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PERON PUTS THE
FLAGS OUT FOR ME



Here, where summer is just end
ing and Panama hats and white
suits are the order of the day, the
red pillar boxes are very like
home,

And the drive in from the air-
port along the broad arterial high-
way, flanked by big modern fac-
tories, reminded me of a sub
tropical Great West Road, The
lite Union Jacks in the haber-
dashers' windows mean that the
shirts on sale are proudly
“Engleesh,” and people still like
to shop at the local Harrods.

And they just could not get
through the local Soccer season
without English refs— were out here this year to keep
the peace.

Yes, I Go

Hello, there goes my telephone
Well, it was my friend Jorge
from the Foreign Office. He tells
me that he is racing his British
sports M.G. car against some
“North Americanos” on a_ track
near here, and would I like to go
and watch?
In the
famous

words of that once
advertisement—Where’s

Jorge’” Answer: Gone to the
races. And where’s MacColl?
Answer: Gone to watch Jorge.

Viva Anglo-Argentinian cordiality.
—LES.

2.000 Miles of Meat—7.000 Miles Away

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Extract from a Memorandum of a Committee of
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to the consumer can be organised. The pres-
ent retail distribution of milk has no central
organisation and it is usual to find several
dairies making deliveries in the same dis-
tricts; this leads to unnecessary duplication
and expense, The Central Milk Depot, which
will be equipped as a pasteurising plant, will
be in a position to supply clean unadulter-
ated milk. The pasteurisation and refrigera-
tion of fresh milk will improve the keeping
qualities of fresh milk and encourage a
greater consumption. At the present time,
almost all consumers boil their milk after
receiving it and it must be noted that the
adulteration of milk is not uncommon.













































PRESENT PRICES OF MILK

There seems little doubt that by increasing
the yield of the individual cow, and by more
economic methods of producing green fod-
der, the present price of fresh milk could be
reduced. Most of the concentrated feeding
stuffs have to be imported but, it is hoped
that by increasing the quantity and quality of
the green fodders and by growing more con-
centrated foods on the land, these imports
will be reduced. Investigations to this end
!are being vigorously prosecuted at the Cen-
‘tral Livestock Station. The retail price of
milk is officially controlled under Defence
Regulations at llc. per pint in bottles and
9c. per pint delivered in bulk. Sweetened
condensed milk containing not less than 8%



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Britons,

It looked as though they were
serving up an entire steer, having
paused just long enough to clip
off its cars for the sake of tidi-
ness. The cost? Half a crown.
Lots of good red wine to wash
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CENTRAL MILK DEPOT

The estimated cost of establishing a Cen-
tral Milk Depot at which 5,000 gallons of milk
loan be pasteurised per day and at which sur-

COMMON PROBLEMS

THE visit to this island of a Trinidad
delegation comprising Sir Gerald Wight,

Interior Walls.

1, For new work, allow the surface to dry out for at least
a = before painting,’ Then apply 2 coats of “LAGO-

Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Council;

Hon. Victor Bryan, Minister of Agriculture
and Fisheries and Mr. Cecil Farrell, Mark-
eting Officer, might be regarded as a com-
pliment to Barbados. This delegation
came to see at first hand the methods used
in taking fish around the coast and our
method of deep sea fishing.

Beyond any compliment which might be
implied, it indicates that the West Indies
are awaking to the fact that common prob-
lems face them and that the methods used
in one colony might help to solve those in
others.

A year ago an Agricultural Mission spon-
sored by the Jamaica Gleaner came from
that island to inquire into methods of agri-
cultural production. .

This was the idea of the Anglo-Ameri-
can West Indian Conference held in Bar-
bados in 1944. With the continuance of
these visits there is every hope for the
solution of West Indian problems on a
regional basis.

Coal, Pleasa
And what of Mr. Joint,
Majesty’s Minister in Charge of
Commercial Affairs at our Em-
bassy here? Well, the joint has
Gisappeared from your tables—
and the Joint is out of the lime-
light here, too. :
Many people thought that this

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man says: “Now what absurdity
has been prepared this time?”
Out of acres of dress-talk I grab
two remarkable ideas,

The first is a bowler made of
wood. I should think it will taku
a very AS ractive Woman to get
away wi that.
which is said to be A “Chelsea
idea,” is a dog-collar, with a lead
hanging from the «ollar to the
waist. Combine the two, and you
have something striking for the
first night of a play. Not every
woman could carry off such a

.

e second,

WHEN Paris teleases. the
spring fashions, the ordinary

combination, To go with the dog-
collar and the wooden bowler I
would suggest, subject to correc-
tion from Messrs Dior and Fath,
earrings of wrought iron, shoes
made of woven seaweed and a
backless sideless cardboard run-
ning vest with moleskin cuffs, and
a heup of shredded serge pinged
to each elbow.

Literary Cocktail Party

VERYBODY who is nobody
seemed to be at Lady Cab-
stanleigh’s cocktail party yester-
day to meet Runamok, The drinks
gave out quite soon, and it was

By Beachcomber

discovered, and reported to Lady
Cabstanleigh by a_ publisher's
nark that a noVelist’s tout had
collected many bottles in a basket
and lowered them out of a win-
dow to a confederate below. The
momer it was known _ that
there was no more drink there
was a rush to get out and go on
to some other gathering. In the
rush Runamok was knocked down
and trodden on, two reviewers
missed their watches, and a wo-
man novelist had her bag snatch-
ed by her publisher. He excused
himself later by saying that, in
the confusion, he had mistaken
her for some other firm’s novelist.

plus milk can be converted into butter and
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capital costs amount to £60,000.

The pasteurising plant is of the latest HT.
ST. type and the capacity can be readily in-
creased by adding extra plates which can be
operated from the existing control panel. As
stated in paragraph 7, the 1946 island produc-
tion of milk was estimated at rather more
than 4,000 gallons of milk per day, but this
figure gives the low annual average yield per
cow of 280 gallons. Tt is confidently ex-
pected that, with the establishment of a Cen-
tral Creamery, the production of milk will
speedily increase as more and better stock
become available, better systems of feeding
and management are evolved and dairy herds
are established on the plantations. An aver-
age consumption of one pint of milk per per-

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and cheese which is far higher than the pre-
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HOLIDAYS!!
OUR READERS SAY

Enquiry Act
To The Editor, The Advocate

is e@ssertial to the ‘preservation they accuse the Council of fear
of such rights. as the reason for its objection

All the sophistry about new to the amended Bill, that fear is
funds not being. under the con- a very worthy and legitimate
trol of) the Treasury, does not reason on which to oppose the

minority are safeguarded and
guaranteed,
To argue the absolute right of

SIR,—I notice that opposition the majority in every issye, is

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through the medium of the press to jusiify crime. By this doc- alter the importance of refusing suggested legislation. Fear in- < pas cheete. tin alec fet that the con: sila lk Yes. Sucks
has been given to the decision trine, ~beeause the majority of to give any Government, even if deed in this issue is the only }|sumption of ice cream would increase con-|R° oat Flakes 17 per Canadian Saiz
orth Logie othe decision WEEE att taiaiainnh enine Bout it had -& \Patliamentary ‘majority legitimate sentiment, Fear of at Flakes .17 per Ib. anadian mon
oO consideration to a

siderably if a good quality article at a reason-
able price could be made available. When
surplus milk becomes available, the question
of installing plant for the manufacture of ice
cream will be given consideration.

i Select
Committee the Bill to amend the
Commission of Enquiry Act.
Objection to the Council’s
action seems to be based on a
very erroneous conception of the

hate Negroes, therefore the
lynehing of Negroes is right. It sweeping power as ordering an
is the will of the White majority. enquiry -which “in the “Opinion”
The acceptance of this dangerous of the Governor-in-Executive
fallacy about majority rule, is Committee is in the public inter-
preparation for the suppression est.”

‘ , ; Cook’s Paste .06 per tin
(which ours have not) such a Ice Cream Powder .65 per tin
Pineapple Crush .48 per tin

Carrots .24 por Ib.

subjecting an important power
to the “Opinion” of {the Execu-
tive only, Could there be sound-
er reason for fear, People have
reason to fear Almighty Goi
Should they not fear the creation

Smoked Haddocks, Anchovies
Carr’s Cream Crackers

Carr’s Cocktail Biscuits
Grape Fruit Hearts

Sliced Mangoes

Dutch Cheese

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function of the majority in a of the rights of the minority; This assumes two things about of an Almighty Executive. ‘ HOT Fruit Cake ‘in tins

democracy. One can agree with especially that most important the Executive. Committee that The Legislative Comte rowile THE COST OF PROCESSING AND Barley Sugar

the writer who says that the will minority in a democracy, the in- cannot in any circumstance be have Rea: Se eee

of the majority must be aceept- dividual. possibly justified, That it will al- to the | Commission, act oe DELIVERING MILK CROSS weeds

ed in principle; but when he adds One vital cr ways be a_ socially responsible Oe We prac ke is cessi i

“whatever the faith and doc- is the recogennied or Sethe fun body, or alternatively, "an all ence upon the “Opinion” of the The cost of gabe. milk at the Cream-

trine of the majority of the elect- damental and inalienable rights wise body. No Governor-in-Exe- Executive in such a vital matter Jory plus the cost of daily delivering to sub- FINE LIQUORS
; ed” he is clearly not represent- which are not dependent and cutive Committee can be all wise; is so unrealistic as to be dubbed lepots is estimated by the Aluminium Plant

ing democratic principle, Politi- never can be dependent in a and it is certain that under a ignorance”. . . 5 i Gold Braid Rum

cal democracy certainly means democracy, upon the will of what system of democracy, and speci- Democracy is not threatened | 2nd Vessel Company Limited for a 2,000 gal- Sandeman’s Wines

that control of Legislation must party happens to be in. power, No. - —-.ficially.._West-Indian- -democracy, by “ism.” It is jeopardized by ‘on per day “through-put” at 1.25 cents per d J&R Gilbey's: Wines

be in the power of the majority; minority in the World of de- a majority may throw up an those who live under it without . No inf ant ; : an Gilbey’s Wines

but what is infinitely more im- mocracy must be able to pre- Executive Committee that may appreciating that it. is incom- dint. o information is available as to the Humbert’s Dry Sack

portant in a democracy, is not vent the progress of the majority; ‘be “wholly and dangerously ir- parably the most wonderful doc- ost of operating a Creamery under local Sandwi Sparkling Burgundy

only rule, but rights; not only but no majority in the World responsible: If. the “Legislative trine conceived by man for the sonditions, but a t : ; 5? andwich Bread & Cakes Prunier Brandy

power, but justice. Surely the of democracy must have the Council is not to be a brake on fulfilment of his destiny on this , » but a tentative estimate of pro-

caneupe, ee fundamental doc- power to deny the rights — not that eventuality, then. its exis- planet. eessing anid delivering costs on the basis of a .

rine of democracy is to what ex- the privileges—but the rights of tence is superfluous Vv. B. VAUGHAN. ‘thr sh- ” of 9 . E j . GODDARDS -

tent the rights — not the privi- a minority. The rule of aor not Can't naa critics of the Leg- Bridgetown, through Pub oF 2,000 gallons of milk per Phone To day

leges—but the rights of the the “Opinion” of the Executive islative Council realise that when March 16, 1951 Jay amounts to 1.29 cents per pint





TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1951



$5,654,507 VOTED FOR 1951-52

Reece Asks Grant
For R.C. Chureh

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday continued discus-
sion of the Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure, passing
from Head 27 to Head 41 inclusive. Total amount passed to
date is $5,654,507. F
Heads passed yesterday were:— practice at the public abatoir, of
Charges of Debt $158,160; Sub- allowing animals to witness the
sidies and Grants $209,523; Mis- death of others. He thought this
cellaneous Services $285,720; Shouid be siopped. He lauded ine
Income Tax and Death Duties Work the Saivation Army was do-
$201,845; Labour Departmeni 9S and said that in his opinion
$126,417; Department of Highways this denomination should be given
and Transport $626,020; Airport ™¢1e aitenuon by Government.
$44,466; Electric Inspector $17,003; , “4. M. A, Dowding (E) speak-
Hceusing Board $21,940; Peasants’ "8 On tne item “Upkeep of
Loan Bank $24,564; Old Age Pen- 'shways,” said that the large
sioris $475,000; Waterworks ®™Mount of traftic on the ‘nmin
$553,441; Social Welfare $2,756. reads in St. George during me
The House sits again to-day at last \wnree years, coupled with
4.00 p.m. . the unusually heavy rains in
HEAD 27 “Charges of Debt” February last, had put these
for which the sum of $158,160 7084S in a very bad condition.
was asked to. be voted, was tne constant deterioration ’ ot
passed without comment. these roads and the lack of money
Under the Head “Subsidies and ‘0 Put them in order was becom-
Grants’ Mr. O. T. Allder (L) ing one of the largest probiems
made an appeal for further a island.
assistance for blind persons and nen one looked at the amount
mentioned that an Address initi ©“*Pe"aed per mile by tne migh-
ated by him in the House some W4Ys and {ransport and compar-
time ago had been passed to thic © 1t with tne parisn of St. George
effect. and probably others, it would be
Of the Salvation Army, he sad Se that the work carried cut in
that of all the religious denomin- ‘ese parishes was cheaper and
ations in the island, this wa; !" Bis opinion just as good.
definitely doing remarkable work. Incapable
Their activities included the pro; _ The Highways and Transport
vision of a night shelter for men Department had admitted that
and women and this was the they were incapable of handling
means of preventing a large num- any more work, and he thought
ber from sleeping on sidewalks. that must have been the reason
If the grant.of $720 was increased, why the Government this year
it would help them to extend ther had been advised to get estimates
usefulness to the community to of the actual work to be under-
a greater extent. taken by the parishes sent in by
Ms. R. G. Mapp (L) referred them. '
to the item “Imperial War Graves Mr. Dowding went on to draw
Commission” for which $710 was attention to the note in reference
to be voted, and said that he to the item under discussion. Af-
would like to know how this con- ter the amounts allocated by law
tribution was computed. He did the note stated in part: “Fur-
not think that Barbados had so ther expenditure from this item
many war dead as to be called will be subject to the approval of
upon to make such a contr bution the Governor-in-Executive Com-
He would like to see the figure mittee on submission by Highway
reduced to $300 as was the cas€ Commissioners of detailed pro-
in 1948—49, grammes for the year 1951—52.”
Of the item “Barbados Nurses’ This year, said Mr. Dowding,
Association” of which $2,327 was Awas a big one in view of the fact
asked to be voted to assist in the the elections would be taking
maintenance of a District Nurs- place later. On this matter of
ing Centre, Mr. Mapp said that he money for the repair of the roads
would like to know where the he was wondering what the
centre would be established. He amount would be that the Gov-
understood that it was to be at- ernor-in-Executive Committee
tached to the Nurses’ Centre in would give to the parish of St.
Bridgetown, The Nurses’ Associa- George.
tion had been started in Bridge- = pt eee was voted
town and he supposed that most UWhaer ead,
of its services would be confined | Mr. Dowding said that the frct
to this area, He heped, however, that the Commissioners _ of all
that the Government would see the parishes had nothing on
its way to encourage the Associ- Which to create a programme was
ation to extend its services to the aie eee oe, ee he said,
rural areas, especially in those seer asta, mcent it was
Pee ee there were no The work of repairs to roads
Mr. Mapp sotetied to.a Reso- must of necessity be ee ee
lution which had been passed at gt Ap yet BL page hg re
the recent Public Health Officers’ joy, Roar much money’ was
Conference. He said that accord- ranted for repairs, then the
ing to a report in the local press, é ci issioner: would not have
the Resolution had some aston- , SETI Cea a Crone
ishing criticisms of Government ig saad a 8) BOR ,
in it, and betrayed an astonish- Peek
ing state of affairs, The wording .. He said that he re Rie
in part, he said, stated that the liked the Governmiety to mV ee
delegates regarded with alarm re caida Cue coe Rani —
ei’ bythe’ Barbados ‘Government, were occasions inthe past when
etc.. This was very drastic eriti- the Roa ore a a hae
cism of Government, ana S\vcord- Shut oe wot 08 ee ry
ing to the report the meeting was Cause there’ was no y

i ; ar t their programmes.
presided over by the Director of CITY Ou : :
Medical Services. Furthermore. He was hoping that the Leader

i oe : ~' of the House would have been
this officer and the Senior Medi- chla.to wetsthesminds of. his: col-

cal Officer of Health Dr. F. N. , ‘ ‘
Grannum, had been asked to nS a = ae
present this Resolution’ to His Mr. Brane H, ange anion
Excellency what the onourable

1D Member for St. George had to

Mr. Mapp said: “If Civil Ser-
vants from abroad are to be al-
lowed to come here and offer
criticism of Government in pub-
lic, I would like to know to what
state we are coming. We are not
going ahead when we can allow
public servants to join in criti-
cism like this.”

Masters or Servants

Certain hon. members even of
the Opposition had from time to
time said that some Civil Servants
who came here regarded them-
selves as the masters and not the
servants of the Government. He
did not know if the officers men-
iioned had presented the Resolu-
tion to the Governor, but it was
in the interest of their constitu-
tion cf which they were accus
tomed to boast so much, that some
inquiry should be made as to
whether or not they had done so,
This thing was an affront to the
Government and he hoped they
would not allow the matter tu
die.

Mr. F. E. Mille (L) referring
to the item “Barbados Branch—
S.P.C.A.” for which $720 was
asked to be voted said that ha
wanted to draw to the attention
cf Government that it did not
appear to him that this local
branch was really doing their job.
In the country districts one saw
animals carrying huge loads and
limping and that was not expected that way was well spent. 7
to exist in a civilized country. Mr. Reece referred to item 14

Mr. Miller also criticized the ynder Hea XXVIII — ‘Christ

“

say in connection with Head IX.
Speaking of the Y.M.C.A., he
said that that organisation was
expanding and the amount grant-
ed them had been standing for
a number of years. He felt that
now that the Y.M.C.A. has been
removed to new premises, that
it would cost more money for its
upkeep. He was suggesting that
the Government give an increase
in the grant to that organisation.
Mr. Reece (E) agreed with the
Hon. Junior Member for St.
George that the Commissioners of
the various parishes should be told
by the Government how much
money they would be granted so
that they can meke their pro-
gramme. '

Although that was so, he said,
the Commissioners should realise
that they should submit at an
early time, the lists of recom-
mendations to the Governor-in-
Executive Committee so that that
committee would have sufficient
time to consider them. He was
hoping that the Commissioners
would make that their general
policy.

He said that in the parish of
Christ Church, there were many
tenantry roads which were badly
in need of repairs. He realised that

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Church Baby Welfare League
He said that organisations such as
that were doing good work and
they should be given more assist-
ance from the Government. He
spoke of the Y.W.C.A. and the
G.1.U., all of which he said, were
doing good work in the commun-
ity. He felt that they should be
given sufficient assistance from
the Government.

He was glad to see that such

organisations were being recog-
nised.
Referring to tourism, he said

that he wanted to see ail those
interested in tourism get together
and devise means of advertising
this beautiful island. He did not
think that everything should be
left to the Government.
Roman Catholics

Dealing with Item 34 of Head
XXV1il—Roman Catholic Church
—he said that the Roman Catnotic
elementary schools were not con-
sidered because they did not come
under the Education Department.
He was advocating that they be
given consideration in the future.

Mr, Brancker (C) said that he
had heard the Hon, Junior Mem-
ber’s appeal to the Government
for help for the G.I.U., He was
sorry to say that the G.I.U. was
not concentrating on their pri-
mary function, that is, cultural
and social upliftment, but rather
on dances and such like. He was
only throwing out those remarks
as a warning to that organisation.

Dr. Cummins (L) said that it
was the policy of the Government
with regards to the Highways
Commissioners not to give them
any money to play about with as
they had been doing before, He
said that the Government intended
to take strict supervision of money
to be spent in parishes, With re-
gards to organisations, he said that
the Government will go into them

when application is made. The
Y.M.C.A's application to the
Government for assistance was

in the Secretariat, he said.

He said that blind poor people
came under the Old Age Pensions
Act at the age of 40. Recommend-
ations were made to the Govern-
ment asking that that age be re-

viewed. He said that the age
will be reviewed.

Mr. Adams (L) said that it
might be necessary to add_ the

sum $10,000 to Item 40 of Head
XXVITI—B.W.I. Meteorological
Services.

He said that he had noticed an
interview in the press from the
Commissioner of Police insinuat-
ing that the Government had been
lax as regards a request made by
him. He said that it was out of
place for the head of any Govern-
ment Department to criticise the
Government saying that they
could not get so and so done.

No civi] servant, he said, could
tell the Government what policy
they should follow. What might
have been true in the past that
civil servants formulated the
policy of the Government, is no
longer true, he said.

Speaking under miscellaneous,
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker (C) said
Government was expending large
sums of money on Government
printing and Barbados should get
a Government printery. Other
islands in the West Indies had
such printeries and were sur-
prised to hear that Barbados, so
far ahead in other things did not
have a Government printery.

Mr. Wilkinson (E) said that an
increase in that Head was
absolutely wrong. He had been
looking for a reduction,

Mr. G. H. Adams (L) said tha.
they had been investigating what
cost it would be to get such a
printery. But there was q possibil-
ity that a plant might come into
the market which the Govern-
ment might be able to buy at a
smaller rate than normal,

He said that the question of
training Civil Servants waes
engaging the attention of Govern-
ment for sometime. Long before
Commissioner Adams came here
there was an upsurge that Bar-
badians should have the first
chance of filling every post, ex-
cept that of the Governor or
Colonial Secretary.

A list had been made for the
Colonial Office of the number of
Barbadians in the Colonial Service
and the number of Englishmen
in Barbados. It was surprising
how many Barbadians had gone
to posts outside.

The point was made that it
was the policy of the Colonial
Office to give the islanders first
choice when there was a post to
be filled. If there were no local
person suitable to fill the post,
they would go to the other West
Indian Islands, and only as a last
resort get Englishmen. If that
was the policy of the Colonial
Office, surely, he said, it would be

the policy of the Head of the
Administration making recom-
mendations,

Of course they could not take
an untrained man and make him
a statistician.

The Government would come to
ask for more money than they
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as comprehensive as possible, so
that in the event of having to get
a qualified man from abroad, it
would be with the understanding
that it would only be for a limited
time. Meanwhile the !ocal s
would be trained to be able
take over. *

Mr. Brancker said that one did
not protest as much against the
number of imported officials, but
against the quality. The Colonial

Empire had been hdnoured by
having distinguished men who
eould much better fill certain
posts.

Mr, Miller (L) said that he
would like Government to pay

some attention to the films which
were of an educational value. An
instance of the help of such films
was “Bob and Sally”. He thought
that such films should be shown to
all the people even if Government
had to subsidise funds,

Mr. Miller thought, too, that
children of 16 should be allowed
to see the picture and school
children of the upper forms.

Mr, Allder (L) said that some
arrangement should be made with
the authorities so that the picture
could be shown about the country
districts by the mobile cinema,

It- was time, he said, that Gov-
ernment saw to getting some tech-
nical schools. He said that parents
were finding difficulty in getting
their boys apprenticed and Gov-
ernment could get such schools,
The school could be run on its
own,

It had been said, that the plan-
tation section of Seawell was not
a paying concern, He would re-
commen that it be leased or
allowed to be worked on a
co-operative basis by small farm-
ers,

Mr, Mapp (L) said that
British Government should
sider allowing colonials
aboard war ships.

Under this head a new item was
added, Registration of Voters,
$16,000 and $500 was added to
item 52, advisers,

Under Head Income Tax, Mr.
E. D, Mottley said that he had in
and out of season raised the ques-
tion of the insufficient allowance
which was given for children.
With the increased cost of living,
he knew that middle class people
who had children’and were called
upon to pay income tax felt this
allowance very insufficient,

In other colonies in the West
Indies, it was much greater, He
knew that the Opposition could
not amend the Income Tax Bill
to increase this allowance as it
would be a charge on the Treas-

the
con-
to train

ury. But surely everyone knew
that $20 a month was not an
amount in keeping with the in-

creased cost of living for the allow-
ance for children especially at
school age, never mind if ‘they
were at universities,

He was glad that at last the
Leader of the House had promised
him that Government would go
into it, He would say no more,
hut hoped that his _ persistent
knocking would eventually bear
fruit and the middle classes
would be released from their in-
come tax suffering. ;

Another thing was the allow
ance which was made to married
and single men. He considered
$100 insufficient for a married
man and $60 not enough for a
single man, He thought that these
exemptions should be increased
due to the cost of living.

Mr. Ward (E) also agreed that
the middle class should be re-
leased from hé#?ing to pay heavy
taxation and that $20 per month
was not a sufficient allowance for
a child,

Mr. J. E. TT. ‘rancker (C)
speaking on Head 32, Department
of Highways and Transport, said
there was justification for the
complaints heard from the un
established staff at that depart
ment, When holidays came
around, or persons even in private
employ had the chance to go to
cricket or races without detriment
to their pay envelopes, the sar
was not true of members of th
unestablished staff at the Depart—
ment of Highways and Transport.>

Where this staff was concerned,
Mr. Brancker said, the Govern=
ment should reconsider the re=
muneration given in the key scale.
An adequate increase in that scale
to meet the increase in the cost
of living was needed.

Referring to parish roads, Mr.

Brancker urged Government to
see the wisdom of having a man
to look after those roads on be
half of the Government or the
staff of the Government, instead
of a man on contract from month
to month, and not knowing how
much longer his services would
be required.
Mr. Ward (EF) spoke in favour
of increased pay and retrospec-
tive pay for members of the un-
established staff, Those people
felt they were justified in asking
for such an increase in view of
the fact that the regular schedule
wage of people of that category
in private employment had been
increased,

Mr. Ward said that where the
East Coast Road was concerned,
he felt that there were many
other things more helpful to the
people that needed doing before
the East Coast Road was started.

Mr, Bryan (L) asked Govern-
ment to adopt a system of trans-







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| In The House
Yesterday

j and passed from Head 27 to Head 41

Highways and Transport Depart- | inclusive of the Coionial Estimates for

ment, similar to tnat used, say, by
tne ‘relephone and Electric Com-
Lunies, Lisvead of tne payment of
aun allowance of three cents
mile,

Mr. Bryan also criticised the
Head of the Department's failure
to appoint an Inspector of High-

a

ways. He said that a p
employee had proved himself
eminentiy suited for the post but
had been overlooked. That
should be remedied,

Mr. Mapp (L) endorsed Mr.

Bryan's latter remarks and went
on to speak of the constuction of
temporary bridges in St. Andrew.
He said the quality of that work
jeft much to be desired.

Mr. W. W. Reece CE) also
spoke in favour of the repairing
of tenantry roads. Continuing he

said Government should = sink
more drains, since with the
macadamising of roads, water

now ran not in many of the ex-
isting drains, but on the adjoin-
ing land of peasants, making both

the lands and the house on it,
almost uninhabitable,
Mr. Reece also said that the

Government should ask the Tele-
phone and Electric Companies to
plan their programme of work so
that one would not dig up a road
and put it back in a month and
have the other company digging
up the same road soon after

Mr. Miller (L) asked Govern-
ment to scrap the idea of con-
erete bridges in the country dis-
tricts, and to use metal bridges
instead,

Mr, Adamy (L) said that it was
the duty of honourable members
to call on the Government to re-
move any officer if he was doin
wrong.

Hcnourable members would be
doing wrong if they got up anc
gave the impression that the
Administration was doing an in-
justice to a particular individual

It was idle for members not t
see that psychologically nothin;
could be more stupid to be con-
Stantly telling someone to give
# particular individual a job.

He
Harris,

was sure that neither Mr
nor Mr, Minett woulc
thank honourable members foi
what they had said, A Civi
Servant had a perfect right to gc
to a politician on behalf of his
class or group, but for a postmar
to come along and say he shoulc
be chief postman of a particula
parish would be mere stupidity

If honourable members wantec
to help their friends, it would be
better for them to keep their
mouths shut.

Mr. Gill (E) drew to Govern-
ment’s attention the state o
disrepair of the roads in St, An-
drew like Spring Vale, Cane Gar-
den Road, St. Simon's which was
broken in two places and the one
at Lakes, the worst of all.

He said that the people in St
Andrew were suffering badly.
They had their crops in the dis-
tricts but could not get them out
and he was appealing to Govern-
ment to give them some aid in
this respect.

With regard to the Lakes Road,
he felt that it should be demolish-
ed and a new road should be
built for the benefit of the suffer—
ing publie of the parish.

Speaking under item 24 dises
tablished staff, Mr. Gill said that
during heavy rains, he found that
watchmen employed by the High-
ways and Transport Department
had to be out in the weather
without any protection.

He did not see why the Depart-
ment could not erect some huts to
be transported from one place to
the other in order to protect these
people from the weather.

The head was eventually pass—
ed,

Under Head XXXIV, Electric
Inspector for which the sum of
$11,003 was asked, Mr, Wilkinson
(E), Said that year after year
they were spending a lot of
fnoney, $10,000 for technical
equipment for this department
and he wanted to know what the
®quipment was required for.

Unless he could get some satis-
factory explanation from the hon-
ourable member for St. Joseph, he
was going to move that this vote
be reduced by $5,000.

Mr. Adams replying said that
at the Estimates Committee they
met the Electric Inspector, who
said the amount of $10,000 only
represented one-fourth of what he
wanted

They had reduced the amount
from $40,000 to $10,000 until he
could persuade them that the items
asked for were essential

They were perfectly satisfied
that the present amount was the
bare minimum for doing the job
that that officer under the Act wag
required to have,

He asked honourable members
to believe that the members of the

Executive and the Estimates Com- i$
\

Inspector | x

n ittee started out with the assump-
tion that the Electric
was asking for too much and the
emount fixed could not be reduced

iny further. In that amount, pro Re
vision was made for a D.C. high!
tension testing machine which was | s
to test the wiring of |

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951-52.
Mr. Adams laid the following

Report of the Seawell Airport Com-
mittee

Statement showing the amounts ac-
vanced by the Government of Barbados
and the amounts received from Ri
Majesty's Government in the United
Kingdom under the provisions of the
Colonial Development and Welfare Act
for the period ended on the 3ist of D>»
cember 1950, in respect of the several

articular | Schemes sanctioned by the Legislature

West Indian Conference
sion

The following notices were given

Mr, Adams: Bill to grant a sum of
money out of the public Treasury and io
appropriate the same for the service of
se ending on the 31st day of March

Mr, Adams: Resolution to place the
sum of Seven Thowsand Dollars at the
disposal of the Governor-in-Executive
Committee for the purpose of making an
interest-free: loan to the Natural Gs
Corporation

The House adjourned to 4.00 p.m
day

Fourth Se.-

te



Boxing Finals

With a view to sending a boxing
team to Trinidad for the Carib-
bean Boxing Tournament the Bar-
bados Amateur Boxing Associa-
tion held their finals at the
Modern High School last night,

Apart from these a delightful
exhibition was given between Kid
Ralph and Al Mauler.

The results were as

follows: Bec

Brown 127 Ibs. lost to Leroy Brown bs
T.K.O. P.C. Payne 154 Ibs. vs Kid Hind:
153 Ibs. draw. R. Cutting 123 Ibs. de
feated E. Grannum 120 Ibs. on points
R. Gittens 110 Ibs. won by T KO
over Joe Cutting 109 Ibs. Sammy Hayne:
135 Ibs. defeated Morvan Richards 147
Ibs. on points. Bunny Shepherd 130 Ibs
vs. Cally Mottley 130 Ibs. no decision
Hutson Inniss 124 Ibs. defeated Daniel
Frank 124 Ibs. on points. Clarence 148
Ibs. sirenten Kid Barry 147 Ibs. by

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TONKING GETS
GOVERNOR

SAIGON, March 19,
Bao Dai, head of Vietnam state
to-day appointed as Health Min-
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french Army medical officer, as
Governor of the northern pro-
vince of Tonking threatened by
rebels, according to usual re-

dable Vietnamese sources here,

will announce
wil go to



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CLAS SIFIE D AD S PUBLIC NOTICES —§ Adenauer Will Spain’s Chances Harbour Log

Téj cents per agate tine on week-days .
TELEPHONE 2508 | nee oohazae, $1.30 on week-days follow Non-Party Or Joining Atlantie In Carlisle Bay

















@nd 12 cents per agate line on Sundays, |
ARRIVALS







pees —— 2 2 » S.S. Alcoa Pegasus, 3,931 tons net
The charge for announcements of R REN NOTICE Forei nn Policy Pact Lessened ‘| Capt. Morgan, from Halifa ia 3t.
ons (ee ae av ae Fo T ng re the estate of & Lucia rer, m] cen :
ements, and In Memoriam notices is mimum charge week 72 cents and JGH CLARENCE CLARKE FRANKFURT are 5 : . §.S. Laurentian Forest. 4.243 tons
$1.50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays| 96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24 (deceased) Dr on KFT RT, March 3 By Barcelona Strikes Capt. Rodger, from Trinidad
for any number of words up to 50, and! words 3 cents a word week—4 Cents aj NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that »1!/ i a Sonrad Adenauer, Wes Schooner Zenith, 70 tons net, Capt
: cents per aoe om vanars a word Sundays. persons having any debt or elains| German Chancellor who this week LONDON, March 17 Tomnis, from 8 Vingenst
Cents Per WOFd ON SUNAAYS FOr CACN | een against the Estate of Hugh Clare e] @iso WOK Over the new C of p recent tis rbance in American Yacht Buckaroo, 17 tons
additional word. HOUSES 4 Clarke, deceased, late of Hart's Gap, in] Foreign Minister said in aan Te saree pig oo ‘ne ot cn it ring [Bet Capt. Akers, from Miami via
For Births, Marriage or Engagement the parish of Christ Church in this Islai 1| &n Minister said in a r arceiona during the cost 0! Ving | Trinidad

announcements in Carib Calling the | ~~j,,,.«n07 ~~ Agua| “ho died on the Sth day of Octobr! VieW published here to-day, that] general strike have strengthened Schooner Beiqueen, 44 tons net. Capt.|
charge 14 20) fir ety uuenber of words CUARTOS—Con muebles mucros, Agua 7. © cto

1 = ‘i 1950, intestate, are ested t r lhe w oulc ‘ a n-pdrt riew i 3ri iplomatic | King. from St. Vinceni
up to-60 and 6 cents per word for esch | Ctante Con alimentacion—Se : e requested to send in} fi ould pursue a no pa y|the view in British diplomatic .





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between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 2113 for Death) ~“ceN ERME” Seaside Tesidence,| C/O Haynes & Griffith, Solicitors. N _The Chancellor leader of the] desirable to admit the Government M.V. Athelbrook, 286 toms net, Capt
Pathsheba, to approved tenants. Avail- = High Street. Bridgetown, on or b-- right wing Christian Democfats| of General Franco to the Atlantic — oe Pg tay elas ‘
able m1 ore ie n day of May, 1951, aft j . » . Schooner Fas ne 35 «tor n |
DIED quttecy estat eeu ae a which date I shall proceed to distribu’. | pwede amg edhe ae in the German | Pact. Capt. De Roche, from Grenada
iim 4, Mi. 16.3.51—t1.n.| the assets of the deceased among tie! CO2lition Government told an Following the recent statement] Schooner Laicilie M. Strith, 74 t
parties entitled thereto having regu || independent Frankfurt newspaper | to Congress by United Nations. net. Copt. Massell, from British Guis
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foreign policy, peace gud! Secretary of State Acheson, that —aetunes

have had notice and I will not be lab Schooner Adalina, S tons net, Capt

for the assets or any part thereof | our existence gre at stake. This) his Government definitely fav-| Pemming, for St. ‘Lucia
distributed to any person of whose dévt | takes precedent over all domestic! cured bringing Spain into Atlantic | Schooner Marion Belle Wolfe, 74 tons

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And all persons indebted to the sai) | 2tions. derstood to have been re-examined | net, Capt. Wallace, for St.’ Vincent

estate are requested to settle their sa i| He said he nad taken over the] by British military experts and by | MV. Athelbrook, 286 tons net, Capt.

indebtedness without delay | Foreign Ministry, permitted fo: | Gover inisters Cook, for Trinidad
Dated this 27th day of February, !%!.) the > PD 7Overnment ministers.

brua: first time since the war, In the ideological field the ° 5 | by British West Ind
THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE, e f L gica ie h | ien
Qualified Administrator of the Estate largely because of his experience | British Government continues tc Ships In Touch With Airwoys enable you ¢ ; h

Hugh Clarence Clarke, in negotiations with the Alliec| hold that to be anti-Soviet is not Barbados Coast Station © enjoy a short vacation

decessed. _., | High Commission. sufficient qualification for admis- in neighbouring Coribbean Islands over the
: d he had} sion to the Atlantic Pact which is |‘, Cable and Wireless (W.L) Ltd. advise | Easter









Frequent Services







ROOMS—Newly furnished rooms, run-
JOHNSON-—In loving memory of +o ning water—with meals. Spanish spoken.
dear beloved mother Lilian Jonnson| Dial 4718. 18.3.51—2n,
who departed this life on the 20th { ————————___
March, 1949, “SEACROFT”, Furnished House, Max-
Happy and smiling always content wells Coast, Christ Church, Available
Love end respected wherever she/ for the month of April, 1951, For terms
went Apply Phone 3754. 17.3,51—3n

To a beautiful. life came a noble end, | ————

She died as she lived every bodys



The Chancellor |

a holidays. » Mak

a ceeiiael a ial : that they can now communicate with the | i ake your choice and
NOTICE never offered Western powers} seen from London as a defence | following ships through their Barbados BOOK Now
State of erman troops. association of like-minded states | Coast Station ;

WILLIAM JORDON On the question of West Ger-! pledged to concepts of political | 5S. Statesman, ss Subadar. s













Deceased many’s desire for full sovereignty , liberty and tolerance Chrysanthy, ss, Fort Amherst, 5,5

friend. % y » ot a ane re ney - . Te 7 . Dragon, ss. Gascogne, s.s. Sunrell, s.4

Leave to mourn Ivy Jackman PUBLIC SALES geiie ase eo GEM oad SR pe AS a prerequisite to full partner From the military standpoint, it |Casablanca, 5.5. Alcoa Pegasus, s.s

(dangnter). Prank Jackman (son-in-| | ren cents per agate tine on week-days! ing the estate of William Jordon tate oi; “4p With other nations, and the| is doubted here whether Bp Arrinh, | ME: Fe Ee ee meme Baio,

lawhs:, nwane rene ee ne ian | ond 3 conte Per aoate line on Sundays, Upper Carlton in the parish of Sait ‘| western view that Germany | military contribution wouid be a |Aiot hy Urywuay, Ss, Seabord Enter
‘ Ss alia} more ’ nr < = . oi a A is ce : aA .

Pears nephew Pdaer cin | Rearel Ee ce uate on week-days reuse, wee ‘oe cate lee should first prove herself a good| very substantial one, Mruretania, ss, Auriga, ss, Lady Rocnes







quired to send in particulars of ther, P&!tner before being granted equal] General Felipe Acedo was ap- | * m Alcoa Doanies , ta Mating 3s
claims duly attested to me Edgar Briggs] treatment, he said: “I believe this] peinted Civil Governor of Barce-| P°lres: **: Rufina, ss. :

Jordon ¢/o Messrs. Hutchinson & Ban-{ discordant note can be cut ®y]lona ar ner: e Fa
field, Solicitors, James Street, Bridge- aoe oe nd General Rafael Hierro

town on or before the 15th day of April making freedom and partnership | was made Inspector General of Rates Of Exchange
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FOR SALE AUCTION

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Minimum charge week 72 cents and By instructions received IT will sell















96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24/90 the spot AT BECKWITH STREET | 1951, after which date I shail proceed} @ reality in a system of mutual! police forces following Monday's
words $ cents a word week—4 cents al TODAY at 1 o'clock P.M. a double to distribute the assets of the said estate / agreements.” strike, MARCH 19, 1951
seeel a ; roofed house 24 x 12 x 8 small house} omong the parties entitled thereto » Sc t li snauer Strikers he ome >¥r cane
word Sundays 12 x 8 x 6, shop 12 x 8 x 8 rented out in| having regard to the debts and claims c: yd on = mumen Plan, Adenaiier Strikers had de manded the re- Cheques on BRITISH W

rvoms, produces’ $7.04 per week, land| only of which I shall then have had} Said lis also is an example of] moval of Barga Alegria, Civil 64 9/10% pr. Bankers 6% @/10% p

=r rent $2.50 per quarter. Land can be| notice and that I shall not be liable for! Success, patience and determina- Governor up to the time of the Demand
AUTOMOTIVE rented. Terms CASH ON FALL. OF | the assets so distributed to any person! tion. for the negotiations wera] strike te. Dents eres bs B.WI i
- HAMMER. of whose debt I shall uot have had[ po? tifficul ; , > Sight Drafts 62 6/10% pr -W.LA. Bridgetown
CAR—One Singer Roadster, in good R. ARCHER McKENZIE, notice at the time of such distribution. | /0Ng and difficult.—Reuter. 64 9/10% pr. Cable
working rs order. Apply: REDMAN & Auctioneer And all persons indebted to the said 63 4/10% pr. Curreney @1 4/106 pr
TAYLOR'S GARAGE LTD, ee 16.3.51—4n. | estate are requested to settle their Coupons Gy TVG pr
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ees foie = = eat ae nie ieee February, 1951 REDS FOR TIFY

bg _ New red_ party . Silver
CAR—1951 Hillman Saloon, registered] UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER EF. B, JORDON, x



Under three months, low mileage. Phone















































































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rooms, every convenience including regular supplie

SS ee: . “That the provisions of the memoran- |
HORSES—2 y.o, Gelding “Ladyswan’| garden, water supply. As new, £3,000. | qui of association of the company with

PP. Qualified Administrator of the Estate B SE ZURICH, Monday. MAIL NOTICES
8569, 18.3.51—2n, By. instructions received, 1 will sell of William Jordon, dececsed. A breakaway Communist Party Mai) D 1 PING NOTICES
on ursday 22nd at the office of the 7,.2.51—4n 4“ ‘ me ” Mails fo ominien, Antigua, Mont

CAR—1938 Buick “Special” good econ-| General Motor Bus Co., Nelson Street ’ HONG KONG wae independent of the Kremlin serrat, Nevie and St, Kitts by the M \
dition. Apply: Gall, Telephone 8439. one Austin A-70, 1060 Mocel, donc i aU ig ee ata 1 KONG, March 17. | has been formed here. A meeting | Guribbee will be closed nt the Cen cal

17.3.51—8n.] urder seven thousand miles (damaged NOTICE ee Russia is turning Hai-| of Swiss Communists in Zurich (Post Office as under
_— — —— jin accident). Sale at 2 9m. Terms man Island off the Chinese main-| unanimously decided to constitute | . PARCEL Mail at 4 p.m, (TO-DAY) 20t
ELECTRICAL cash inicailede alee | BARBADOs. land into an important military] 2 “real Communist Party” which | March 1851, venereal Mal, a¢¢| MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW | ({=——====
he iabyshiteisidi r , : s . ideale kl es feat C . ’ Nic ary Ms 2.15 @ 2s

ONAN—Lighting Plant, 12-15 volts Auctioneer, |1N THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS/base, according to .the China} will present its own list of candi-| arch. lee ZEALAND LINE, LIMITED
30 amps, 400 watts, with lamps and 17.3.51—5n. IN the matter of FLANTATIONS |Union Press and Agency, wlich| dates in the coming elections this} Molls for British Guiana by the 8S OLANZ. LINE) The MV “CARIBREE" will
spares. A, Barnes & Co. Lid Ee re claims to have correspondents in| spring for the Upper Chamber, _ |? CA ate ee pi meee ]| Doreinice *amtigue, mrcktiever
‘ UR TH ILV mee Communist China, The new organisation whicn | Pt OMee as under:- M.S. “TONGARIRO™ fs scheduled to Nevis and St. 3

; ‘ a ; 9 ee ied : 3 | : Si Parcel Mail at 10 a.., Flegistered Mai! aa ae ; . eee an St. Kitts. Sailing
FURNITURE UNDER E Ss L ER IN the ne of os sanienies grado Russia furthering its world| ::on-Comn unist Unions. at 1.30 pam, and Ordinary ‘Mall at 2.90 neue son Sra aa ee | Wednesday 21st inst
saeaitdiiiainanikeaaisendnea: nats Anikedinsanaeeannie, Re ae A etition | a a , a > nie fi 2 . al b ' . : -

RAS A a ee HAMMER nore B is herel y eiven ut 8B i sear t al ee the Sanh Reuter pm. TO-DAY) 20th March 1951 iving at Barbados early April, 198). |
lent condition, suitable for Restaurant, By recommendations of Lloyds Agents | presented to His Honour the Chief Judge! * @Ciic,” had on arch 1 sent a] ——-——~ ae _This vessel has ample space for Hard The M/V “DAERWOOD" will
at Manhattan Club at 12 noon to-day.] we will sell on WEDNESDAY the 21st of the Court of Common Pleas by the further contingent of 40 advisers! paneneieiieniataes earn ——'~ | Frozen and General cargo | accept Cargo and Passengers for

20.3.51—1n]} at DaCosta & Co., Ltd. warehouse Cavan | above-named company to confirm an and technicians to further the Cargo accepted on through Bills of St, Lucia, Grenada, and Aruba,
Lane 61 BAGS FLOUR. Sale 12.30 | alteration of the said company's objects building on airstrips nd naval Lading with transhipment at Trinidad and Passengers only for St
LIVESTOCK BRANKER TROTM Destairek 0 Tas cateeby Monee on the Edad: ks “Aguncy| WwW L GAS ond Leeward folande eso Vindware | i] Mineent, Date of Departure to )
» resolution o e compar; unanimousiy ases > Isle : 2 1y ond Leeward Islands be notified
COW—L ly had f th Wf. 2 t BRANKER, TRO Rees Passed at an extraordinary general mee\- declared j NE NATURA G ol
Lately had fourth calf. 26 pints *ling of the said company held on the} R sgfor further particulars apply B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS
pe t $81. ; Pha ily ager A aehis —Keuter. } * nee
Price $260.00. Phone 2106, 0 18.8.51—2n | 29th day of December 1990, and subs ! DISTILLING PLANT })! Sianess, wirny «& co LTD., and ASSOCIATION (INC)
20.3,51-—2n quently unanimously confirmed at an es { | js ah Se ObNTk ‘i
traordinary general meeting of the said installed at your Gas Co ay 5 | a COS & CO. L’ he i c

GOAT and Ewe Kid (7 weeks old) for REAL ESTATE company held on the 12th day of Jan-! ae 2 The above Plant will now Trinidad Barbados } Consignee. Tele. No. 4047
. y pa tulars t 817 Senaiier—alat passion 7 : 1 . S as > ' r ith " 7”
Further particulars telephone res. in| BUNGALOW=Navy Gardens. 3 bea. vary 1961, and which resolution run: UN Is Not Exclusive lop n ours ensure our Customers with BW. B.WI vo

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> . . Pp D ll d W open aa a 1 ctnincpionintyenemnstgaienvinin gielacguiainey
(Jim Gackerjack ex Sugar Lady) un-| Phone 4476. 15.3.51—t-{.n. | reenect to the company’s objects be! Enough For Eire s | ure ist e ater
named 2 y.o. gelding (Jim Gackerjack | ———-——__——_______---—_— | aitered by adding a paragraph to be '
ex Princess Stella). Apply: J. R By public competition at our office | numbered (tl) to clause 3 of such memo- | . ‘8 ae een see ees ——=-———-- Cc °
Edwards. Telephone 2520. James Street on Thursday, the 22nd/randum of association the words follow-, Prime Minister | SODS9 SR9ODES POSSESS SIF FO > 0
27.2.51—t.f.n, | March 1951, at 2 ae a Ing that is to say; ‘4 x °
21% perches of land at 4th venue, (tl) To maintain and support or aid > 1 *
Parks Road, Bush Hall, St. Michael | in the establishment and support : DUBLIN, March 17. / iS FREE ROOK st
MECHANICAL together with the stonewall bungalow associations, institutions, funds. trusts, ec ree een eee: John : eich An 8 Inc.
—_—_—— ; an conveniences calculated to benefit | ostello, callec onign or a new whic: mak
CARRIER BIKES and ree Py P areniticis on application to the owner See oe Seretnp eames of the Sains | non-Communist bloe “more ex- i ; x NEW YORK SERVICE
Con LTD, KI A etettane| Fee eee eee andara ” LOE auch: pecacne and to. stint penaind (cludive then the United’ Nationg” » ‘GOD'S WAY OF SQ] SS. “Myken” sails ard February. arrives Barbados 6th March,
. an Te Pr doahée narelodtiays’ and conditions !and allowances, and to make payments |to discuss political and economic ge gg” % X 8.8 rreeze’’ sails 10th March arrives Barbados 27th March,
PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS—Limited | of cole apply to — towards insurance and to enter into any | problems sore mouth, or loose % SALVATION 3|\=—-- —— = ernment r — re
quantity of world famous Hermes Baby,|” ~ HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD. scheme calculated to benefit employees, | ~ yy 9 broad he said. that the a victim Veh - } ‘W ORLEANS SERVICE
Swiss made. Call early at K. R. Hunte 16,3,51—6n. | OF _ex-employees of the company or the). 4, should also be wider in its oventuahy obuse pou to lose all PLAIN”’ . 8.8, “Runa” sails 15th February arrives Barbados Ist March,
& Co, Ltd., Lower Broad ed: aadienteecintniieis Wiene Cetin aaah cepeniens or connections of such per- eonmtititon: th a the Council f rene to wear false teeth y x S. “Alcoa Patriot” sails 7th March arrives Barbados 24rd March
15.3.51—6n.| ‘That most desirable property VICTORIA | * : ; " & 2 Souncil 6) Bince the great World _—
—_— Joon the seaside near Worthing’s Post ) And notice is further given that the/ Europe, or the Organisation for diseases have spread Plecse write for one to %
TYPEWRITER—Excellent condition at! Omce, just being thoroughly renovated | f4!d ee ener, oe pe neard be’! European economic recovery pr pra See eee ’ Samuel Roberts, Gospel x CANADIAN SERVICE
ad v oa ; t ’ ore His He ef Judge of ihe ean e 1 vo. | out of every five
Manhattan Club 12 noon to ee at An with edditional | anaes er ee we dining | CoN" of Common Pleas on Fi iday the a wanted an organisation in or later, Be warned’ In Book and Tract Service, % SOUTHBOUND
Ny edroor 2w r a : ~ | 6th day of Apri Sl at 11 o'clock in | whict taly. Spz Or ‘ (01 s } . . ,
WM METI Rado teem crowing room, breakfast ‘roptt,| the forenoon, and any person interested Rorrtnstad % R obain, ee sate 2oh cme 30, ee ange, Ban SA Name of Sutp SAILS HALIFAX ARAIVES B'DOS
MISCELLANEOUS kitchen’ toilet and bath, servants room,|jy the said company, whether as eredi- 4 and, ustria an _Treland, ao of atenie Woeuaene gor ', lan 5.8, ALCOA PARTNER. uy \ February 23rd March &th
+| gerage, Electric. Gas for cooking, ideal) tor. or otherwise, desirous to oppose the |MOt members of the United Na- pe. % S.S. “ALCOA PEGASUS” .. March 9th Mareh 20th
BATHS — In Porcelain Enamel, in| locality. Can be occupled immediately: maiing of an order for the confirmation | tions, were included together with | few Discovery] Saves Teeth | £8. “ALCOA PENNANT” ,, » Mareh 2ard April 8rd
White, Green, Primrose with matching| For inspection on further Masten af es mae alteration under the above! India, Pakistan, Burma. and Cey- discovery of an American NORTHBOUND
units to complete colour suites, Top} dial 8150. 3.51-—dn, ct, should apvear mt the timn ef lion and th 1d " 5 ‘in te these troubles in a new &
ing, by himself or his counsel. for the n, anc e older members of the %
Sievert tamper arse Sei.a1—ten, purpose, and » cony of the said petition} British Commonwealth, wee ree) Fight Rosas . > §.8, “ALCOA PENNANT” ., ., ‘ Due Mareh Sth Sails for St. John &
i f WANTED will be furnished to any such person These nations could then dis- pequickly es the & TRINIDAD % Halifax,
rt win- requiring the same hv the company’s! ajjece p, ‘ A in mouth, and soon . , 4) 28. “ALCOA PARTNER" ee . ue March 20th Sails for St, Jonn
CURTAIN FITTINGS—For acs colicitors. Mesers, Cottle. Catford & Co |CUSS common economic and poli The following letter | \ x & Halifax
dow styling, light control, Valances ana hoe 4 Ss — °' | tical roblems rith he U . ® ‘ : :

x I -s bai : charge week 72 cents and|No. 17, Hirh Street, Bridgetown on pay- | tical problems with the United . W. W. B. t its that . . ee
yh ao = ees kia ae conte gundiys 24 words — over 24|/ ment of the regulated r harte for the} States and Latin American coun- vaesre gett c i ts le | % } "i :
ee | WOKE 3 cents a Word week—4 Cents C aN: dt AOth dae ck oekaan aeae tries, “and indeed all non-Com eases sate an Tr fel s o> These vessels have limited passenger accommodation, ®

CLOTHING—Going yery cheap, Iadies,| word Sundays. ae . DASA Bee munist countries.” inal . ae rteeth | ¥ 5 —_—_—_—_—
pete ball Guie calle wide cithiner al aes ae SEs ERR, Coe ee ee Reuter. | Were Yooser all the time, t tried | §° , , ‘ ROBERT THOM LTD, — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE,
jn: ‘pertect ‘condition. Auply: Bungalow EL —_--— ——_____"""" | McGHEE IN TEHERAN | iy Meuse |> y APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD—CANADIAN SERVICE
2, White Hall, opposite Hastings Hotel.| al abidhtanain NOTICE c ey et < x 5 : ae © F SE
20.3.51—1n, rOU. DY for our office. Onky ’ : 3 oe te fa mouth fared in . x cs
eR I lac Oe Wi Bal RR ale ag cic aha ER PARISH OF ST. ANDREW VEHERAN, March 17. s dae and ta tue ts st $ f Bh regent —— $$ - —~- -
ENGLISH LADY, has a COAT for sale} perience need apply. Stansfeld, Scott ¢& VESTRY BYE-ELECTION United States Assistant Foreign | ee ese, meee Fegnees, > amnion someone
of biack Indian lamb, thle Seasons| Go Ltd. Broad Street. 15.3.51—t.f.n ‘hag following is the reeult of 2 voll gcoret ry George McGhee ar | ont 3 s - ror
Model, worn 4 times only $198, Pini) cn eee | *2ken by me to-day for the determina- | * , ‘ 7 at f anee £ % 7 dali
2222. 20.3,51—2n —F eneral office work with] tion of the Bye-Election rived here this evening from x hate WwW "1 ee oa
TSaaen ote ate aaa ashe Guieteaie oe Btenography and Typing. Names Votes {India for a five day “routine” | ~ a og Who's Who of Trinidad peo % a : »
ENGINE —One Brit Marine Engine} Ayiiy in writing to P.O. Box 233 Fdna Ermintrude Bourne % J visit on his way home fd tighten ple, Business Concerns, Re- 3 , P Se
10 h.p. Gasoline or Kerosine. Reasonably! Bridgetown 16.3.51—6n. Femond Edward Poster 59 io aidan dha oiiarihs ig t ' ‘or view of Spout and Public . . - a enas
new and in good order. Apply: K.{ , Mrs, FE. FP. Bourne were duly declared | | Is Staying as personal guest ; return of empty package. life x i ol
Corbin, Brighton, Black Rock. Will any one offer a lady a position as) elected member, There was one spoiled |Of the United States Ambassador , ‘on losing your teeth or . % CANADIAN SERVICE
3.51—8n. | ojos ». Trave § y, ftecep: | vote . mry Grady : abs r
eqrecce eaniain tieinspnindbecctaemraey Raat te alice anon etewte of fara oe Signed W. W WORRELL, ae a a vo ment circles : Th test s gh ec aes aa "s — re
GAS RANGERS — Three only 3] Work Apply: Kay, C/o Advocate. Sherif? 5. rovernme: cle Ten eee shee e greates % » Barbados, Trinidad, Demerara, B.G.
Burner, st Manhattan Club 12 noon - 20.3.51—10 20.2.51--In, | Mave linked his visit with the Per - hing as the inte naratichaiinsidiaiiencinetsgpadisiasiil a 5 ing ee cn a
.3.51—1 ais rinses “| sig s McGhee denicd . i % peianietiiien
Pe ee en i camer cules CEL NEOUS I OR LICENSE NOTICE this 7 ire AcGhee ds ot erase Dae publication about % LOADING DATES
LA Sd >
GRAMOPHONE SOUND eee Gram- MIS See L QU AICENSE } ‘ Ho gait rsa mmiAvayihoine. {tf Mouth Trinidad % at da ' neeetetes Anpival
Needles, Ma Springs—s sizes-- | ———$—_ Fs lary Kellme e ae ’ ? a) - » Jo | Dates eto A
Electric Pick-up Arms (Magretic) NEW Pe AEN peitape f the Mpritish od biaune Tienes He 457 a 1081 granted am_ interested in Seeing SOME | YF99CGGSFGG9GFOO29OGFGSS, On Sale soya 20 F z } Marbados
MARKET STORE, Cheapside, Dial 4579, dar Start iNiestions, First. Day | to Charles Kellman in respect of a board | social and charity work here in $ x , of BEECH HILL” | 4 Mar, | 26 Feb \ 23 Mareh
—_— neses, : ed | and shingle shop attached to residence Phin r: tradv ; bas- 5.8. “BENNY” | | 2 Apr
Che ae etter ee eRe | eer ae aed ica oh | 8 Baxters Road, City. for permission to| Which Mrs. Grady, our Amb 3% BARBADOS MUSEUM os ® SUNDIAL’ | 3 2 March 1 Ab
u oon to-day. 3.51— Sta 9 5 : 3 se sai i re: at a board and| © s S ‘ ; é ‘ ' RS ” » 28
ee CARIBBEAN STAMP SOCIETY, =. a Ae: nprrrecicia eh! fe mess Ont a % GARRISON % | Apr
ROLL-UP DAYLITE MOVIE SCREEN No. 10 Swan, Rivest. Paces ars thiee ree Tent cer eerie ee eee : : % rine iictalgodinnises ini , sinsssialenidlaiie br nee
1 ease, good order, Fitt, City Pharmacy. 3.5130) 5:5, A, McLEOD, Eeq ee % EXHIBITION OF % U.K. SERVICE
ee —— EDUHe Demeerste, A M W BB % x From Glasgow, Liverpool, Newport, London
a | eS 1. Dist. “A” 1 . ¥ i nw, Live 3 » ee °
SWEDISH STAIN£ESS STEEL CUT-| [MMEDIATE CASH for diamond Jewe N KELLMAN Vi. E ¢ : ) ‘ .
. eld Plate. CARMEN KELLMAN, ¥% Newport Expected Arrival
LERY lasting a_ litetime -—- wont} lery, old China, silver and ee CES, ad- \ for Applicant x I Glasgow Laveredeyt Swansea | Dates Bridgetown,
scratch, tarnish, stain or rust -— needs} Phone 4429 or call + club N,.B.—This application will be consider- STOCKBROKER ¥ y Barbados
no polishing — will harmonize with any| joining Royal Yach 20.2.51.—T.F.N.| ed at a Licensing Court to be held at % IN OILS. x 4s. “SUNWHIT 27 March | 22 March | 10 March 12 April
table setting er any CERES. lending 7. | Police Court, District A’ on Thursdas 1x x s. “SUNRAY’ 3 April 20 March | 24 Mareh 19 April
charm and beauty to your home. en Jewel- 29 , are 61 at 11 o'clock, | > iis aie “SUNVALLEY 16 April M4 April & April 4 May
elves aD eet eens ret IMMEDIATE CAST poiniscarer jade, birel nish ice chia scale tari dca. 3arbados Bonds and Shares {3 HARO: BY x | — tte eke wth ieee <
Forks t Table So, Dessert 48c. Si’ “Bw 1 Stamps. ORRINGES, : E. A, McLEOD Oversea Investments {% LD ©. CONNELL. x a4 From Rotterdam, Antwerp, London Expected Arrival
Spoons: Table 54c. Dessert 49c. : Dial 4429. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A . Ta is Open Daily. Sundays. \ Rotterdam Antwerp Londou Dates Bridgetown
E Antique Shop. tin 8 Bought and Sold 5 ¥ ; aT 2 At
Tea 36c. Coffee 26c. Egg 36c 20.2.51.—+t.f.n. & u . ‘ is? 10—6. 26 B 4) ss UNAVIS" 15 March i] Mareh 2? March 12 April
Jam 36, { road Street 5.8. “LONDON
beautiful, pode or ater hte Ree ASLO TT eg a i PEPE PLO PSOVSE MARINER" e Aerd ae Apri a Apet tt ey
peau 7 2 . . ° : "0e =
Sons's areas GOVERNMENT NOTICES Dial: 4796 Hours 9—3 || REEDED EES GES LLLEES Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED.
CAVE, SHEPHERD & .» LTD.
18.3.51—6nr 33 Broad St. | We have just received Shipment of - - Phone 4703
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VENETIAN BLINDS: Kirsch Sans] BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL — mt earner
1 DeLuxe Venetian blinds, to your y
erat vaeyc Koowaeien Dial atfd- LAUNDERING OF NURSES’ UNIFORMS

A. BARNES & Co., Ltd.

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13,2.51—t.f.n. Sealed tenders will be received at the Hospital up to 12 o’clock
noon on Wednesday, 21st March, 1951, for the laundering of Nurses’

WE SOLICIT YOUR ORDERS.

THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM

Central Foundry Ltd.—Proprietors)
Cnr. of Broad & Tudor Streets

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P°PLOELEELE REPS SS SPEES IE PECTS EO

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sry tt inne, *with car mile ‘eugine. Uniforms for a period of 3 months from Ist April, 1951,

eet inca mwe. Ps wy Tender forms will be supplied on application to the Secretary,

or 3026, 27.2.51—t.f.n. | General Hospital, and tenders will not be entertained unless they are}
on forms supplied by the Hospital.

Persons tendering must submit. at the time of tendering, letters

PERSONAL from two persons known to possess property, expressing their willing-

ness to become bound as sureties for the fulfilment of the contract

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ving ‘credit 10 my husband, UBTACE Further particulars may be obtained from the Secretary See Us for the x a
giving credit to my husband USTACE ce :
GREENIDGE as I do not hold imyselt 18.3.51—2n. |

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EVA GREENIDGE, _
EVA" GREENIDGR, PASSAGES TO EUROPE Wh“ Gatineat men WS : SATURDAY 24th Inst
7 03.3120 Pkg, Vita, Wheat, Biscuits } 8 Our Customers and Friends are asked to note $ Mf >
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Vamoose Outsails Cyclone

Wins Fifth

(By Our Yachting Correspondent)
TEDDY HOAD'S Vamoose had an extremely success-
ful weekend. Apart from winning the “C” Class race at the

Fifth Regatta on Saturday,

she returned to Carlisle Bay on

Sunday morning and, with her grace and speed, defeated

the other boats in the fifth T¢

On Saturday

she was sailed by ]Gyelone and Zephyr and reg

yrnado.trial run.

ihea

Tony Head but on Sunday. Teday ‘his lead. He was first aroung: ui
was at the helm. He sailed) her (mark; Coming around second..was
magnificently and his judgment! Cyclone Wut it struck tite "mark
in tacking was good. By scoringJand dropped out. Zephyr wa:
these victories Vamoose, has so]third then Thunder, Tempe. ;} anv
far, closed the chapter to Cyclone’s | Swansea, far. behind. Udril . hac
streak of victories already stopped out

Unfortunately Cyclone was dis-
qualified after striking the mark
off the Harbour Polite pier in the

the race.

I however feel that even if Cy-
clone did not strike this mark aia

nad completed tne race, she stitl
would have been whipped: .by
Vamoose and perhaps vack Lea-
cocks Zephyr.
Fine Day
It was a beautiiml aay for Tor-

nado racing. The wind was fairly | gun”

strong and the boats sailed south
abcur—the same cuurse as in tne
previcus races, Seven boats
started, Breakaway is still await-
ing gq rudder and Maurice Leach
did not race Comet.

Only one acciaent marred the
racing, Ivan Perkins was sailing
Edrii nicely but after going arouac
the western mark in the secona
round the jib stay chain plate
broke away and Edril was forcea
to drop out. It was eventually
towed into the beach by tne In-
termediate boat Gnat.

Of Swansea all [ can say is that
Teddy MacKinstry reefed too
much. He carried a crew of three
and with that weight he certain)»
could have given Swansea al) the





Trial Run
|

Vamoose kept up her lead and

j was first around the western mark

in the last round. Zephyr heiu

second round She dropped out of!second position all the time enc

Thunder third. Tempest. was
fourth and Swansea dropped out

After- going around the westera
mark Vamoese again took a south-
ern course and the other boats fol

north ' again
soon around the
Harbour Police
“piven the
next then

pest which satled
Vamocse was

off the
and eventually

Zephyr finished
Thunder and Tempest.

The Committee of Management
of the Tornado Association is ex-
pected to meet shortly and it will
fix the date for the First Tornado
Regatta.

The Results were as follows:—

The results were as follows:

mark
pier

Yacht Started Time Flapsed Plac*
‘a.m.) hrs. mins, secs
Vimooase 10.4f 1 2 30 1
Zephyr 10.48 1 4 10 2
Thunder 10.48 1 8 28 3
Tempest 10,48 1 10 10 4
Cyclone 10.48 D.N.F
( 10,48 D.NF
10.48 D.N-F
D.N.S -



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Savannah Club

mainsail, By the end of the secon.| Pennis Tournament

round she was away behind the

others and dropped out of the YESTERDAY'S -adale

race, P. McG Sastacpon raat A. Berja-
Zephyr was the only bw it, after | min 6—2: 6—4

Cystane dropped ah) ; tp ave Mrs, C. S ‘eae ana Wien e I. Skinner

Vamoose any stiff opposition, Sh€| peat Mrs, D. Worne and Mrs, E. P. Tay

finished second, a minute and 40] lor 6—1,; 6—3. :

seconds behind Vamoase. John 1,24". & Rater! at ates Paun

Bladon sailed Thunder very well’g 9. 6—3. ~

in the early rounds but in the finaly aaa gc annie crf Ad sod Manin |

round, perhaps because no other | peat Missy 1. Lenagan and R. $. Nicholls

boats were near to offer opposi- | 4-3; 6—2, |

tion, she slowed up considerably. |, Miss, 3, Wood and J; D Seeeoe a

She finished third, four minutes | ¢_3 F .

and 18 seconds behind Zephyr. ne tes eee echt ioat Grip

The performance of Tempest was
not as good as in her first trial run
Colles Coe brought her in: fourth
a minute and 42 seconds after
Thunder,

On a whole the race was nearly
as good as the first—each round
averaging a little over 20 minutes
First. to start was Cyclone but
Swansea was first around the
beagle. On the run for the westerr
mark Zephyr overtook Swanse
and went into the lead, Tedd;
Hoad brought Vamoose out of thr
centre of the group and was firs’
around the western mark, followed

by Zephyr, .Yempest, Thunder,
Swansea, Edvil and Cyclone.
Error

It was shortly after this that
Teddy Hoad made his only error
of the race, Vamoose and Tempese
sailed north while ail the other
hoats tacked south. The southern
course assisted them and when
they did tack north again Cyclone
and Zephyr were able to cut across
the bows of Vamoose and Tem-
pest, First around the mark off the
Harbour Police pier was Cyclone,
followed by Zephyr with Vamoose
third, then Thunder, Edril Tem
pest and Swansea ‘

Cyclone was first to complete
this round, followed closely by
Zephyr. Third was Vamoese and
Thunder was next. After going
around the beagle in the second
round Zephyr went ahead of Cy-
clone but not for long. Cyclone
was first to make ‘the western
mark with Zephyr close behind
and then Vamoose and Thunder.
Zephyr had Cyclone covered at
every track and they both took
the same courses,

Teddy Hoad, however, taking
heed from the lesson he learnt in
the first round, took a southern
course immediately after going
around the western mark, He came
right in and then tacked north
again, heading straight for the
mark off the Harbour Police pier
He cut across the bows of both



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TO-DAY'S FIXTURES

Ladies’ Singles
Mrs. C. 8. Lee vs. Mrs, A. Warren
Men's Singles
Dr. C. G, Manning vs, P. MeG. Patter-
son

G. H. Manning vs. J. D, Trimingham
F. D. Barnes vs, J. H. C. Edghill
Ladies’ Doubles
The Misses Bowen vs. Miss
and Miss I. Leragan,
Men's Doubles
HE. the Governor & Hon. R. Challenor
vs. R. S, Nicholls & T, A, Gittens

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Water Polo
And Swimming

The Barbados Amateur Water
Polo and Swimming Association
which was formed m 1947 are
holding their annual genera! meet-
ing to-morrow afternoon at 5
o'clock at the . Barbados Aquatic
Club. | Besides the six clubs in the
association, Snappers, Flying Fish,
Barracudas, Bonitas, Swordfish,
and Police, it is understood that
Y.M.P.C. and Carlton will be
sending representatives to the!
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_—_——

Anyone interested in the game
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is the formation of a girls’ league. |
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Grenada Beaten

SR. ee TD

J, Siecle gave the best per-
formance for Grenada in the
Table Tennis tournament which
took place at the Y.M.C.A,. last
night between members of ihe
visiting St. George's team and

Barbados.

The results were as follows :—
A.. Renwick (Grenada) lost to
Ramsay 13—21; 9—21 Steele
(Grenada) defeated Leslie 21—18,
9—21; 21-—13 A Renwick
(Grenada) lost to M, Murray
15-21; 20—22 J. Husbands
(Grenada) lost to Alleyne 9—21;
20-22. Steele (Grenada) lost to
Gocding 18—21; 21—18; 17—~—21.
Husbands (Grenada) lost to
Worrell 26—24; 13— I—21.

Seige pierre belle





lowed with the’ exception of Tem | ,



STEELE, the Grenada custodian,

from the right wing for Barbados.



BARBADOS

ON THE ALERT

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+B. ‘Grant; S,. Browne; H
rena a e eat | Cadogan, R. St. C. Hutchinson
C. Gittens; J. Williams; N. Luca
G, Wilkes; D. Johnson and W
â„¢ 6 7 Drayton
ea mM Referee: D. W. Sayers. Lines
men: O. Graham and L. F. Har
ri
THE visiting St. George’s football team scored a three |
one defeat on an Island XI at Kensington yesterday ev je-| FOOTBALL
ning. The game was fast and interesting during the last|
ten minutes of the second half.
The first half was slow and at headed the ball goalwards but it |
times bored the large crowd struck the cross bar and re—{ YDDN TAUD
that attended. The Grenada] bounded. Tony Renwick, who was GRENADA foi Rh
players were however more ener- running in from the wing headed
getic and during the Jast half/it into an open goal |
especially they were quick in| Ina few minutes the visitors went | Return Match
getting the ball and clearing|into the lead. Berkeley took a!
ag ooh 8 - a | eee grounder from well out B ¢
James uhams at left wing!side the goal area. After beating | b d vs d
for the island, scored the only|Smith the ball struck the left up- arbados renada
goal shortly after the game be- right and entered the nets. ON eee AY 21ST
gan. It was a lovely tap in MARCH, 1951 AT 5 P.M
which found Steele, the visiting : During ml last minutes the f ou
| cusiodian, out of position. jtempo of the game quickened. se 2
Pan Grenada Tony Renwick | Barbados attacked constantly but ADÂ¥"SSION
on the right wing shot the|encountered a stubborn defence
equaliser in the second hal{.|!" the Grenada area. Grenada! Kensington Stand 2/.
Berkeley at centre forward;| vent further into the lead when : : :
sent his team into the lead with|Tony Renwick cut in from the| Geerge Challenor Stand 2
a lovely grounder from well] right wing. The ball, which was y We :
outside the area. Tony Renwick|travelling across the goal, struck Uncovered Stand :
featured in the third goal. He sent Grant $ knee and entered the nets Crounds 6d
in a hard shot from the right The teams were as follows: —
wing and the ball came across Grenada: Steele, R. Renwick}
the goal, struck Grant's knee} (Capt.); Callendar; R. Knight; | Note:-—S. nig :
and.entered the nets. Cummins; Husbands; Berkeley;} Note;—Season Tickets no

The Game

took the touch off
with the Island defending the|
northern goal. “The visitors were
first to attack and nearly opened

Grenada

their account when Tony Renwick |
centered from the right wing. j
Smith, in goal for the island;
was out of position. Berkeley
received the ball but failed to
score.

Barbados opened their account

when Wilkes, at centre forward;
received the ball from one of the
halfs, He quickly passed to}
Williams who took a shot. The|
ball struck Steele and rebounded |
but Williams, who was following |
it up, tapped it into te goal. |

After the touch off the Grenada;
forwards went through and
Perkeley took a shot which went
wide of the goal. The visitors
were later awarded a corner and}
the kick was taken by Tony Ren.!



wick. The ball came in. nicely
end Berkeley took a_ beautiful!
shot while standing with his!

back towards the goal but Smith!
saved,

Half time found Barbados still!
in the lead. On resumption Gren:-|

ada got the equaliser when}
| Berkeley centred. Fletcher

—_—-

Return Football

Match To-morrow |
THE Grenada



Football Team‘
will meet another Barbados X!
tomorrow afternoon at Kensing-
ton. A Colony team was defeated
yesterday ana to—morrow’s returi
game will be a struggle to decid
the better side.

The Barbados team is:—

S. 1, Srnith (Capt.), (Empire):
E. W. Grant (Empire); W. Gib-
bons (Spartan); C. G. Alleyne
(Empire); H. C. Cadogan (Spar
tan); C: O. Gittens (Spartan):
J. Williams (Harrison College);
N. Lucas (Carlton); G. Wilkes
(Lodge); C. Blades (Everton):
and §, Chase (Spartan)

—

BOXER DIES

(From Our Qwn Correspondent)

POR'T—OF-SPAIN, March 16.



G Mann a featherweight
boxer died at the Colonial Hos-
pital this) morning. Mann is
reported to have been in an
unconscious state after being
knocked out in his elimination
bout with M _Feroza iast night.





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I'M.I IK.Ill IIAKIIMHIS M>\<>( \TI TUESDAY, MARC II M, I'JSl I a moose Outsails Cyclone Wins Fifth Trial Run ti\ Our \iirhtinu ( orrmpondenl) >Y HOAO'S Vamoov had an extremeh ful areejkand Apart from winning the "C" Class ra<* at the i 01 Saturday hi n Ui tt*& to Carlisle Bay on 8 ind ind. with her ^nce and .speed. d %  %  Tornado trial run 0\ I III All III i. ii jCxiuw and irpkji .HI c* out on Sumfa> TiMn, 'in, Ir.vl H was flrSl i.f at the hi-lm H> anted hri I mark Comlruj -round worn megiuflifntly incl hijini^mrnt 'Cyrle-ne thit ll struck TIKnui Ul tw-k:-,, wax food by *corln [ami droofVcl OUl bpB>*l 1 these Victoria S — —e. has -ol third then 1 lm ii.tr r faaaaa %  | far. cJn" "lorif -Iswanara. 1u> twlund I-3i it I Mrfak of vu-' (already stopped Out I Vrttam wm iii*-j Vmaaf K*'I>I up her lead anil quaUtltI | ih' markjw.-.s fli*t ui-iintl th-woatrrn inrk fT :h.Harbour Pol iff pior in ihejin the lat round Zephyr MTonrt round SJir dropped out of} second position all the lime tfi< %  7*pt.'. I hot %  iv l.-i. (hi 1 lllll >.<. ould UVC been wruppeil b> VlRHHKr Mspfajr. fine Day It a> a r*>uumul uSJ nado mcinn. The inn •*fjirly .-irons; and the t>Oat* nailed nuu ; In me previous races Seven boata U I Itirakaway is *lill awaiting a iii.rice 1 % % % %  (1 ("met Only one ao o io wn marred th* racia*. Ivan J'erklnwas sailing Ldrii nicely but after tfonm I The western mark in tr round the fib .'lay obaUl plait iy md Edcii 1 to ttrop oat 11 wai eventualij l h ii |>) OH intermed in w* boat Gnat Of **wan>em all 1 can Teddy MacKlnstrjf reeled 100 much, iii earrtad %  eraw 01 ihre-i .mti with thai wctgnt he P rtalnj rould nave given swiaui til thi mejaeall. By the onrt of H* 1 the was away behind the cthfra and dninped out race. Zephyr waa the only bt* I Orion e chopped out. to give Yamosweany stiff opposition She finished second, a minute and 40 seconds behind Vamoove. John "' Hiadon Belled Thunder vary wcll'SSI in the early round* bul in the Itnalj lound, perhops boea u ao no mhoi boats were near to offer opposition, she slowed up considerably. She finished ihird. four minute. and IB seconds bahlnd /.cphyr. The pcrtoimanre of Trmpe-t v ..? not aa good ga in bar Aral trial tun Colics Cot brought her in fourth a minute B pd 42 Fronagle In the •tcOnel rouikfl Zephyr went ahead ol cy rlonr but not for lr-njf Cyrlone was Qrst 10 make th ( w-i-n. mal% with Zephyr rlose behtnd and then Vamonae gad Thunder Zeph>r bad C.vrlorte covered al every track and they both took The same courses. Teddy Hoed, however, takinv iced Iran the leaaan h> the first rrund. took .1 southern i-ouraP immediately after goinr art und the weat< m mark He came right in |i i ihed 1 ickad ""*'> 1 .main, baadlne straight for th mark off the Harbour POUot met He cut gcroai lha bows of both Thunder third Trmnesl fourth and Swansea dTCH Afatr grung .iimark Yawoaae again took : %  aoalhetti course aaj %  %  < lowcet with the BKcepUdn ot Tern %  eat which galled aort* \amo a n castad th* mark off the Harboui PoUce pt and eventually Run" Zephyr Bnl I iluml.t and Tempt The Committee of Management of the Tornado AageCBBtlOl pected to meet shortly and it wil fix tlie date for the First Toruacli %  The Resultn were as follows:%  nmain wore as n>u*' BJIaHag Tiii*ripsnl Piss 1 t-: neoi 1" 41 a sa 1 1 St 10 10 nsr !<• DM iaa| 0M 1 11 N Cornel D.HB >a\ aiiiiah Club IVnnis Tiiurnuini'iit Wai tSH s .C.WJ.Prafeort | \\ ill \ isil Givnada SI members of rhe P MeG Psiiei II E lh n.rt-<-rhnr *Mon H Ch*ll.l.. II Mlehollf A T. A Gillen' Traffic llon'l No. 8. • DO vw own: n rin: /i*w> WITUOI T I WlXDSCmVUPS n IPKR Spate made available by CANADA Ml for Safer snotarlng. Water Poto Aiul Swimming The Barbados Amateur Water Polo nnd Swimming Angoctatlon which was lomted Hi 1M? ate boldlnsj their annual general meetlo-moriow afternoon at 5 >ek at the Barbados Aquatic Club. Beside* the six clubs in the association. Snappers. Flyim: Ki-,li Barracudas, Bomta*. s. id Police, it 's understood that Y.M.P.C. and CarKon aill ba sending •> to the IM'OtlllU. inUri'slcd In Ibe cair.e is invited especially representatives from >cho*>!s. Harrison Collige. IXKlK-. at) One at 'he items on the agenda is Ihc formation of a girls' league After the rrinlded ladles' taw to Barbados in November, watei Polo among the Indies has b increnslngly pnpulnr. the local girls perloiniinK verv well against the aVwMad ladles In November If there i: n gimd turn out of the fairer eea* at tonioiiow afl.i 0000*1 meeting, there tg no rcas-m why .it leat four teams rannot be formed Th< IBM season will probabh begin sometime in Mav and arlU a tour to Trlnidi-d on this vear trogrniiiiTie of activities, comps t ltion e cxceplionallv keen Grenada Heaten The first hall WJS slow gnd ; tap Ul which found Steele. the visiting cut.odian. out of position. Faj Qrenadg Taoy Banwii k on the right wing -hot tne •quausar la the lacond half. Berkeley, at ccntic forward; sent Rig team into the lead with ;i lovely grounder from spgll out'lde the Sree Tony Henwnh .n the third to..! He am in ,i hard shot from the right the bal %  the aoal, 'truck Oranfs RSMK and entered the nata. The Game Grenada took the louch m with the Island defcndmi; tonorthern goal The visitor,, were first to ntlnck and nearly Opened their account when Tony Ren* Ick centered from the right winy Smith, in goal for the bland was iui of position. Berkeley lecelved the ball but f.nlid to aaare Barbados opened their account when Wilke*. at centre forward: recened the ball from one of 'he half's. Ho quickly passed to William, who took a shot. The bail struck Steele and rebounded I in Williams, who was following i' up. tapped ii into a*>a goal. After the touch off the Grenada forwards went through anl Berkeley took a shot **tch want wide of the goal. The visitors %  i awarded :i comer nnd the kick wn taken by Tony Ran wick The ball ramc In nicely end Berkeley took a beautiful • %  hot while standing with htt back lovrardi the goal but Smith saved Half lime found Barbados still in the lead On lesumotion Grenada BtM the equalise.whei Berkeley centred Fletcher headed the da but It j Btnask the cross bar and rc-| bounded Tony Renwk k. who was running in from the wing headed II Into an open goal In B few inn.me (J into the lead Bat aaley took .1 beautiful grounder from wall wd side the goal urea Afte. Smith the ball struck the left up | right and entered the Dm JH the last nunutes the tempo of the aame qukkerasa|?j Bai % %  ."., • %  mtly iiu*. I encountered n stubborn defence I In the Grenada area. Grenada went further into the lead when Tony Renw ick rut m from the iiidit wing The ball, which wa> travaUlm across the aoal, struck Grant's knee and entered the nets rhe teami wen (irenada: Ste.lo. It Renwick rCapt.); CiilleniUir; It K:n.v Cummin.':; Husbands; I 1 4 ,.i.i.ii. Ed A Renwick rtarbsdo-. s I. Smith (Cent > FOOTBALL GUNMA 1011! iii nil 11 >ijii>ii Barbados Grenada ON WF.UNFSIIW '1-1 M\HCII lP^I Al :> P M AIVs>IO\ Krnslucl m M.ml Oeeraa CaaJleaar M.mi I 1 aassrared It md 1 Graanoa Gd Note: S ea a en Ttehetai aa 1 valid for thai id I ttea .: maleli The Weal her TO-DAY Min Klses: 0 05 a m laa 1MB: 6 11 p m 1 oilM..eh ii Mchliiit: 6..10 p m iiikh vTaleri I K a m Ml P M M STERDAV Itainfall iCodrmgtoni Nil. I 1 FBI Month to Verier day: la lamaerahsrc 1 Max.) N %  1 1. saaaea lBi a iMtn.i ;3.s r Wind ll.roiloti: i9 am 1 i M.B.. ii ii m 11 N I-: Hind VfJaetty; IS miles pel h u i Bs r a a a glu I 29.97*. <3 p m ) 19 021 S'* g.ive Ihc bast i-1 nada in the Table Tennis tournament wlurh look place at the Y M C A last night between members of the Mtitmc st Oeorfle*i team ..TH* Barbados The raiUltS were as follows: — A Ranwiclt (Grenada) !..%  : to Hamsav ::i _'| o 21 Steele defoated Leatla 21—IB, a—21. 21-13 A Renw left (Grenadio lost to M Hurray IS—21; 20—2'* J Husband* (Grenada) tost 10 Allcvu. .'" T> Steele (Grenada) lost to Qoodlng 18—21; 21 —IB. 17—21 Kui b indi (Granada) lost 10 Worrell 26—24; IS—21; 17—21. Reton Football Mutch To-morrow THE Ci-eniida Footliall Team win meet .uiothei Baihadoa XI 'o:n v\ %  fttrnoon at Kensington. A Colony team m veaterdaj arm t> morrow'i ratun ajarna ^v ill be Mruaatk I the bcttei siilc The H:H(M(1OS team is: — S. l Smith CCapt.), (Empire) K w Grant (Bmpla i. w otb i m Brjartan); ( O Alley IK i Emp re"J. ii C Cadi tai tan). C i' ''.m. na (Spartan) J Williams (Harrtaon CoUeaji i N Lucas (Carlton); G Wilkei Lodca). c Blades i and 6 Chase (Snartan) fly to BOXER D/£S t POn* OF SPAIN, March l t. Mann i Mtberwtlshl U.xfi di.-.l .tl the ti.li.ni.il Ho*. pltal ihi* I..UIH1.,. Mann .* I.'i anad i.. (...v.I....... In .... 1 .-. ..itri bclna ......^..i ,.u> In Iii.1 l^-ni with M Peroai but Dlght. They'll Do 11 Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo ;ce=.RR> 4S THE RRST O.E OH TrIE JD3 A".D TJE ..JST "TO LEAVE Ti-E JONT I4&TT % %  •N ONE D4V, •& •.E MmcLe, I-E FWSHES -(S *ORK, ]/ CLEANS HIS -XS< AND KEEPS A 3CNT-AL CMTE AT 4:30WO GUESSED IT.' BAH! PROBABLV \BE6N GONE ALL AFTER\ NOON.'CANT IL^N i'Y BACK f BUT TV-E NO-OP LOADER JSNEAKS OFF! 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Iforkrita ESTABLISHED 18115 Unemployment May Overwhelm W.I. Kirkwood Says (From Our Own Correspondent). LONDON, March 19 CONSIDERABLE INTEREST has been arousec. here by important proposals including the ex tension of Britain's rearmament programme for thi Colonies put forward by Mr. R. L. M. Kirkwood of the Legislative Council of Jamaica It is expected that the subject will be raised in Parliament Mr. Kirkwood utlinrs his plans In a I.UOT t.i the Timrs to-das In winch he warm that unltta thi i mem of the United Kingdom take positive ^ ate the industrialisation of the ur-'.-t. the British West Indies will soon he ovirwhelmed by the rising lido of unemployment which "is the sacd bed of Communltm", Mr KirKwood re-i I .-,. ., rv findings at P Arthur I rtdfll*4ktl I llO Liwis. Wst Indiv* wonon UUUUI CII LriK: Twenty A Day In Brazil RIO DE JANEIRO, March 19. According lo press reports received heiv to-day, childien are dying at the rate ol 20 a day fi om hunger, thirst and disease in the town of Faton in the interior of Ceara stale hi nor t heavier,; Brazil as the result of i tngh drcuttht which is causing death and famine not only In Ceara but j Korean also in Parahyba, another north lh *t eastern state In both affected regions, rains have not fallen for more than six months. Authorities, are alarmed at the postbtlity of plague In Ceara where three rases of bubonic pott, two of them fatal, hav< been reported. The situation is becoming Particularly serious In the Mwna rf Paton. Campos. Salles, Milgrev Onto, Iguatu, Bobrar, \\>aw Parse.iju. where hum:. an thirsty peasants are threi e to attack and plunder large far m and food shops m villages. Thousandi of refugees are '•naiiiiiig down roads leading to larger cities-, nbannonlnjr their homes and plantations ruined by drought. Despite emergency relief measures bctng tarten by both—Maw Governments and Federal medical -MUthorltles. it is believed the p'-silion in Ceara and Pnrnhybo cannot improve if rnlns do not fall, since the lack of an effectiv system of artificial irrigation imk'-; it impossibly to provide adequate assistance to stricken area*. Tin present drcjght is being CCinpOrod In its proportions lo those of the years 1915 and 1037. both of which caused widespread dcntii. hunger, thirst and disease and large material losses —*-iter Hoard of CDC In a booklet published by the Caribbean Commission Lewis placed the pres< nt West Indies unemployment Mn.ooo and estimated that an 89 i n cert Inctaaga in Indu plnyment uould be m.-essary In the next decade to Imp an increase in the popul Kaw Material* Mr. Kirkwood points out that Lewis' conclusions were formulated before the outbreak uf hostilities and suggests he light of present drag the position is worth rtMoaaktaradon Profoaaoi Lea |g suggested that the industry most tha BrlUan W was one requiring a high percentage of labour and a low percenta( of raw mant-rlala n the finished product Or. KirKwood argue--, BrtttSn export industries which an DOW tlkajj to bo requlnkd a -ate HI the lenrmam-nt drivt COIlld Df encouraged li> Dig manufacture m tinCaribbean of goods t pro ex nor; to hard ill i-iiM .%inov Allies Probe Further Towards 38th Parallel: Nearing Chungchon EXTRA prr trails, from and **ciig Photo • Buck (who%  %  aspersed taki'ii when a Qantan Con-ml!" aagf taken to Q u %  right] %  i %  itack w luiiftmiedl. Mr. Aiu.tr goniyjat*Ki .n l Ml it MASCOT Bydm ng the au i %  %  : ward IVJ.II Ho follov that beniUpi details his proposnls arsta hen Strungt* Disease Kills Chinese CENTRAL FRONT. Korea. March 19, American army medical officers to-day moved into the village of ltochondong near Hongchon where 30 villagers have been stricken by an unidentified virulent disease. Villager:' told doctors the disease had killed laige numbers of Chins— soldiers before tlu\ *T Chinese were dying from a disease Whkh distended their stomachs These two instances are the first authentic cases.—Reuter (1) These colonies should be included in the scope of His MajagQ 'a Government %  nlng In connexion with the Rearmament Programme: (2) An in decentralisation within Hi, < ntotiwtaith, Coi tered in the United K shou'd be granted e x em pti on of the United Kingdom lax mi undistributed profits retained In "ranches of suli-nii.il companies established within the Cola i Ki 3 The U K Government should consider the following example of the Government which r> United States oversea ll soch as Puerto Rico the proreeds of federal excise duties on exports from the oversea I Colonial) territories to or* mm • ij Unite.I stites. Illiili-ll i.il IH'Vt'lopiltl'lll The last ol these t>uggc Inn Mr Kirkwood says would pTOTida the B.W.I. Government with considerable funds that vrOUld M necessary lor the proi futilities and services ancillary to a programme of industrial dc velopment. •'Surely*' ha concludes. I'r ish West Indian victories over England at cricket and on tne running of the track Indicate a degree of skill, stamina and '' <"' petltlve spirit that should receive encouragement in the field of industry Offlci.il reaction to Mr Kirkwood'* suggestions u understood t be sympathetic Further correspondence is anticipated on this subject and questions ore likely to bo raised 1 in Parliament Al ready one of Mr Klrkwood'i suggestion*that of bringing in' colonies into the Rearmament Programmehas support for this which was one cf the p< ints raised iv Mi L D Gammnns in Tri dav's debute os eoloule BOMB EXPLODES IN ALBANIA March 19 An aii'l eport of a Albaniai capital, .'islood to %  London during the weekend, lid the subsequent banning '' m Alba nla, was believed here to have t>een reeponatbli I reporti of the proclamation or %  emergency by the Albanian GovTha l*.mb was said to have ex' near the .ion in Tirana. I >: f\ I i iai %  %  '' %  a decree ' need that am pel' of t>cing members ol rg would be tried Immediate!) A i• %  .. %  'L Offlce % %  %  b i> -day, refused to eomment on NMTta on the situation ir Alh.in.i rm it wns understood in ittuell) wei) Lnformed dlptomatuquarten that % %  n bomb [ID i London from the Western hip'oUnthiii rtoea-nef-maiti.. mntie relstinns with Albania, and snatlc oiiieial in Tirana. There was undenUtOd tn DO M to fii to support reports g —Renter. Ituntamantv On Two Charges OFrmi. i I KI NG %  Urgeaof disturb, ing the iieace and breau I i %  Spanish Town, before the Reattfc nl Magistrate'. Court with %  Qsproaente leave. KC. w ii \. . %  i %  '..i %  by im ehiel lieutenant H< I Sangstei fare and S-lirit(,r < I. I I >:. Saturdaj Buate m ai te fallc mpl lo subpoen.t the *-el ing (Jovernor and Acting Col. Se. j ; Justice J y D I srberrj nulllfle %  .. ,.( ->i. %  ma on amj these witnesses %  Buatam.mt.' %  during the height ol the r.U< c.Uedl !" '£!L. bm 1 ihb %  tied th %  Police aa two gun orowde i square The • conUnw WMi. II.\.\M-:S 1-110.11 IIO%%'.\ l .MII.IC Six Nations Sign Schuman (Ami Plan i'AKis. March 18, .man Plan a 50Iral tri Kur> pi coal actd BtaaJ i i markaM i elej i ion ,inl chief authoi ; ,.! to upon a Of nation"> %  Ki. nch, %¡ ill tlOIIS. ran con%  Miuiltv. lll %  • nil aa the 1 %  Ronrad Adenauer. West b oad %  %  luiman Plan thi h he said, had In%  %  Idei atte %  union t i iti ii t-i lmoid i %  R 'ii i /tritain Gets /to/port On I'orsian Oil LONDON, March IB. %  i pn in• ,ii i report from Britieh Ambauanoi in ParaU Bli Praacb Bgft.1 ,!,.r. %  the Ma|Ui lo natMnalstt tl %  .1 Industry, t,,,; ,., awaiting %  %  iti .-I here i -.!.,> Until ihiis roealved U u Uu uahl i:niiki i> i,, go beta t. Cal in.-i Informed qnarte U ouahl the Hritl i iiimeni arouid rim make %  unni after Eaatsn*. The ntuatlori %  ) th,. Majlli sad by Sii Shaphard with the United -; %  %  • %  ASM-1.UK S., Tl.., %  .:.; %  ., Teheran There weir hoaee i hat some form of !ution might btpossible. — Heuler ( /litltsr Haiti { p HinIish Ship HONG KONG, March 19 Uniforrne I i tuna i in IUPJU i llaii held up .1 .:LI.II] II I 11 l| h freighter the Jaaeg>hlne Mailer 1 off Fiikem coast last n mitn .in,! ramovad part of the -ogo. the ship I return t. Hong K.IK b The ship". maefa r I %  Id he believed an* h Naiionalist guei lua ipan i i |q remove the arboei ajfjo bni made <>fT when a warship—which he refused to Identify—ap|H-aren l Williams said the i .ni. i 1.1 the bend tnhi hhn th.ti ifter the next (luee tm.nths ihe> would gink ;mv ahlp found unnuiii the Nat* nalW blockade (T the Chinese coast, by carrylo ConununaM China —Reutcr. TOKYO, March 19 JJNITED NATIONS troops met Communist re sistance at several places to day in their drive toward the 38th parallel in Korea. The main United Nations troops wpre last reported 17 miles south of the border with patrols probing some milaa ahead An armoured American patrol ran into resis lance 18 miles south of the border along the road north from Seoul to Uijongbu It broke up a Com munist platoon supported by mortars and artillery and then withdrew leai Ing the way for advancing United Nations troops ..one under flufrom an estimated MHkkt Communists, well dug in rood Situation 'Desperate' In Bihar INDIA March ii d to-day hi %  %  i starvation de ithi In bul theee A lev> I I-..its ,.i India The Mintatei food sftuaUoo Ii "deaporate" aenerlallj I %  I oo I wart Bengal. Aaaam, and Hadrae but no offl -Renter Record Bthatanlt Kill 9 In Prairtm Warefa 10 i U missing (o-tlay us Canadian prairie protl emsclvcw if the worn Man h I 'ii i %  rd i ha lorn laahad U %  prali lea with go mUea an hotii lara '. mneratun i arab ing tiaftir and commnnicatlona Some :IH ptraoni on tii Calgary bound Irain %  nowl nd ince n Ioe.< %  %  %  AlU-ila we -ued late laal nlgb* —Hmt.-. PAKISTAN HAS BUDGET SbKHLUS Of £22,4^0,222 1 o M i n I a t e r %  %  budge) %  Tl DR. T W J. TAVI.OB PrwctaaJ of tho University CoUagt West ladies arrived from Trlnldrnl yeitardsy l>y B W.I A. on . on* d. Ing te intelligence reports eenaon, Chinese and Nmth Km eaus appeared to be Mrrylng out brge aoale irluV drawals as tt> bacfl as the parallel i'elf i The grealekt concentration of IM mims, got! ainraft Are since Ihe Korean war began, struck at United Nalioim planes north of Seoul to-daj, as United Nations ground forrea moved slowly tni 3gth parallel. United Nations troops were nearer to Chungchon. %  1 aui Communist appii eentie sa miles smith of Ihe parallel %  %  > here said that if Comuni.st.-; gave it up. their next defensive positions would puiliahly %  > Ihre*miles north of the parallel valley narrows between hills The Chlneea a/OUM **• unable to hold the line on iiat grata I nl tremendous United Nations fire power advantage they said —Rruler. i l l i in ADVOCATE TIIK NRWfl DIAL 1113 DAY OR NIGHT E. Germany Making \\ ur I %  j|iiijt.iiciil th irltlei here loll of war equipment which th) alleged ing produced IM I Ircm niti-aircrafls gun parta. %  : ships and atrctatt. to quoted "hi source* matlen %  that ammunition facto, depots in i in 1IMS. ore working I < —Eemrr ... %  i %  North A n hareall —Keuirr BULGARIA WILL DlbBAND LOCAL RED PARTY l-OND' I d Con %  Ii parl i i Ranter. F.LIZABF.TH JOINS PHILIP IN MALTA ireta i i i n Duke of Edinburgh, v %  %  port. ineaaa Is expected to re %  1 "1 11 to 21. —Reiilrr BACK IN SPAIN i %  II was re to %  studying —Reutrr Ihere was gTeat Hem.mci (or [•aid units. M..HUUlaiiv in Bermuda beeati tiiallaatlon The de Bsand . evident on the sugar vile mines m .!.,maiea. in Trinidad and British Guiana umiwere wanted on lhlacka, sugar eel in the I u me C. ih BrocknoeJi %  %  accompanied s Otto on thvisit went to Ulo Windwaid and I %  %  l Antigua on the suggestion of thi Investlgati • %  n there Bi H adc arorfeei i la II esc place omen In a i ering large areas llusmrsMiirns rjilliuaiasni it..t(, were hanreaaed by th.M k of the among a small young 1 busineas men In offered to lead RrtVali GILBEYS n BiacanoCk, eomnicntin*) "tropical apathy", -,.mi thai ail West Indian unlla dhould re cetve Fonetant ancouragament from the home b->dy "as thingwere apt to start with .1 rush |) Mi.Wagt indies and th.-n petei out l.' lirigade. with %  trangth ol iOfi.000 (adj Mr .inn oid 56.000 u geoklng lo double n In that eounti %  In oath membar lo enrol friend, and hopes that unitill fallow suit. Me liters from all country will do si.ooi. the South Bank a Pleasure Garden* gUi I of III %  1111 %  f %  WORK RESUMED 7A GRENADA Hi0. O-B f .irMiM4fiO OR1WADA March 19 resumption 1 which look place 10-day opens the %  the wage 1 ormula. Only %  was reportcl 1 %  %  %  • MIE BETH DEAN •-.: M A v 1 1 ..-I B u. Ai-.t ginaa; naw. comaleu in aaUeituc faaUV %  he demeostratas Uialr dances in London. Sfc.Ith* only win'. ever to live among the aattvsa in tie tnish to learn their dances nuwy of which are sacred Taty avc utvw baca danced by a whit* girl bafare.-e,pr. %  %  1 conaldai Ihe local Police i" 1 onal feelings or to hesitate kthall In HIRe added that under 1'i.kthall' and command, disposition of 1 Ihe part i-f was immediately reorganised, th Untfy police force tiit a and more men stationed In tin trouble area P regular intervals resulting in thi %  %  ilOA flow of prosecution. Maintain the same Hign Standard of Quality as shipped to ihe "West Indies for the past fifty years. #•"/• EASTER iiiiihf it GILBEY'S PORT & SHERRY &f gAtawreaJUJsniraiB.UA %  -Ml,.






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ESTABLISHED 1895 TUPRA SY, MARCH 20, 1951

Unemployment May ney er =| Allies Probe Further
Overwhelm W.I. | |

aa : Towards 38th Parallel:
AIrkKwoo Ss
(From Our Own ee Nearing Chungehon

LONDON, March 19.
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TOKYO, March 19.

UNITED NATIONS troops met Communist re-
Re rt On sistance at several places to-day in their drive
po toward the 38th parallel in Korea. The main United
r , Nations troops were last reported 17 miles south of

Persian Oil the border with patrols probing some miles sitend.
The Foe: Match. 38. An armoured American patrol ran into resis-
4 preliminaty report ftom Heine, { tance 18 miles south of the border along the road
Ambassador in Persia, Sir Francis north from Seoul to Vijongbu. It broke up a Com.-
srepherd on last week's decision’ — munist, platoon supported by mortars and artillery

Ke of the Majlis to nationalise the

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wr il industry, but is awaiting al and then withdrew. .
: further full report, it was under- ) - Aircraft clearing the way for

(CCONSIDERAB!E INTEREST has been aroused
here by important proposals including the ex-
tension of Britain’s rearmament. fae for the
Colonies put forward by Mr. R. L. M. Kirkwood of
the Legislative Council of Jamaica. It is expected

that the subject will be raised in Parliamtent.

Mr. Kirkwood cutlines his plans in a letter to the
Times to-day in which he warns that unless the Govern-
ment of the United Kingdom take positive steps to acceler-
ate the industrialisation of the area, the British West Indies
will soon be overwhelmed by the rising tide of unemploy-
ment which “is the seed bed of Communism”.
ers are ee Mr, Kirkwood

findings of Profes










echoes the
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e Di ff West Indi d . a , = ne stood here to-day i advancing United Nations troops
. ewis, West Indies economics ex~- EXTRA precautions were taken when a Qantas Constellation aircraft arrived at MASCOT, Sydney, Aus ay ; “ame under fire from an estimated
Children 1e }pert who has recently joined the ‘ ea eee ee : on aboard. Official Pe aes ; 7 one; ; KF ood Situation : ‘ : Shag

tralia, from London with suspected patients tals’ m ig the aircraft wore masks Until this is received the matter 1,000@ Communists, well dug in



| Board of C.D.C and passengers and crew were taken to a Qui













: antine ation » is thought unlikely x0 betore | . : about 17 miles south of the par-
Twent A Da In a booklet published by the Photo shows: (Left to right) Central District Ambulance Ofieér H. Sutton; Flight Steward Ivan the Cabinet tntaeined’ aul: Desperate In Bihar allel, .
Caribbean Commission, Professor Buck (whose suspected attack was confirmed), Mr. Achar Romyanqutans (A Siamese from Bangkok to-day thought the British Gov-! Turkish troops exchanged small
Lewis placed the present West In- a suspected case) and Ambulance Officer H. Trerney ernment would not make any move |. «. INDIA, March 19 arms fire with Communists in one
e dies unemployment jigure at re eae until after Easter, The situation | ae Se eee ae. Poe ih conening Say Sev ener,
In Brazil 140,000 and estimated that an 88 created by the Majlis “decision Bihar, said to-day he. had re Jubilant South ‘Koreans swam

ceived reports of a ‘few cases” )the icy waters of the Hongchon
of starvation deaths in the state}River after trapping and wiping
but these reports coulki not belout a Chinese battalion.
; firmed officially After acti Americ Liaison
George C, McGhee row visitin ia ; Y canitak Sc Chee aa
Xv sw ‘ . £ iif « “Ee Ae *
Peherar.< There teers few days ago official sources] officers counted 231 Chinese dead.

; : : a. - hopes in : ‘ : :
hunger, thirst and disease in the Raw Materials j LONDON. March 19 Seh m n « ] Plan L : lin” New Delhi said there were}South Koreans swam across
. : : Asa’ “avemaneiantics * report apa u ‘oa Ondon that some form of a me near famine conditions’ in some}rather than wait for the boats.
I:

town of Faton in the interior of | fie ‘ J ‘ ‘itative report of « gotiated soluti .
Ceara. state in northeastern}. Mr. Kirkwood points out that|, ‘“) ublosion iin’ shetadbanien en naan} _ possible. ! parts of India An 8th Army Communique said

per cent increase in industrial em- i Vv 7 was being fully discussed by
RIO DE JANEIRO, March 19, | ployment would be necessary in BOMB EXPLODES| i XK | a ions 5 n Praneil thenhe ws mi a erat
According to press reports re-|the next decade to keep pace with G States Assistant Secretary of Stat:
ceived here to-day, children are} an increase in the population. | IN ALBANIA
dying at the rate of 20 a day from .



Brazil’ as the result of a tragic 1 “4 cane tte age ae ort capital, Tirana, is understood to PARIS, March 19. Reuter The Minister described the} United Nations troops were earry-
drought which is causing death | )ate efore e€ outbreak of / have heen passed to officials in Six nations to-day ‘ialled. the Schuman Plan a 50- food situation in Bihar state asjing-out extensive patrols in all





ne f ine not only in Ceara but Korean hostilities and suggests | London during the weekend ee ae ae er 5 A tMNT rk mu, 9 ee : ‘desperate’ especially after the! sectors of the front but had made
pe sgymboetes aaa nor thet id: toe light at present cike | “aon meat ahs ton satacauian yept vty. aty = boolisa Western Europe's coal and Chinese Hold Up prolonged period of drought and |little contact with Communists.
dastarnd skate cumstances the position is worth proclamation of a law banning sddasraheandreanasttherciy Met whe: ee ; aoe . consequent destruction of crops The spokesman said the ap-
In both affected regions, rains | reconsideration. Professor Lewis] ‘térrorist organisations” in Alba Jean Monnet, head of the French delegation and chief British Ship Besides Bihar, aeute foo c¢}proach to the 38th parallel had
have not fallen for more than six | Suggested that the industry most | nia, was believed here to have been author of the Plan called the treaty “destined to open a shortage has been reported inj|"brought in focus a lot of political



months. suited to the British West Indies | responsible for weekend reports breach in the walls of natignal sovereignties HONG KONG, March 19 west Berigal, Assam, and Madras,|questions involving the entire

Ini 7 > ’ aca . sit afere . » “ ”
Authorities, are alarmed at the | Was one requiring a high percent-|of the proclamation ofa state of Initialling the treaty tomlay were heads of the Frenc h, Iniformed Chinese in junks;but no official reference has yet} world

; ; age z , - ania } flying the Chinese Nat alist}been made to starvation deaths This was the first ¢ ouNnc t
sibili O eara | age of labour and a low percent- | emergency by the Albanian Gov- ‘satin alic bd a ying Bs ationalis ( : i s was the first announcemen

Sane Sands ollie ot GURoGR ett age of raw materials relative to | ernment. German, Italian, Belgian, Diatth and Luxembourg delega- flag held up a small Britis h{in any of these regions. —Renter |to disclose officially how close the
. the finished product. The bomb was said to have ex- tions. freighter — the Josephine Moller Allied forces have pushed to the



two of them fatal, have already





been reported Or, Kirkwood argues, British | ploded,on February 19, near the . also initialled a draft con- Sf aa off Fees coast last epic amp nag last week's security
ed . ree : ..}@xport industries which are now! Soviet mission in Tirana. . . wy | VONtion to cover a five-year period|™onth and removed part of the ° jackou
ti Sieee ial int tee ttn ot likely to be required to partici- On February 26, a decree until a common market for the six |cargo, the ship reported on its Record Blizzards According to intelligence reports
Sey arene Milgres,| 72te, in the rearmament drive | against terrorism, announced that ountric is established The|return to Hong Kong to-day ve oe released by censors, Chinese and
Paton, Campos, Salles, Milgres 3 }
Grito. . enheee! tr wand could be encouraged by the manu-|any people convicted of being XC organ of the pool, which ‘ all 9 In Prairies North Koreans appeared to be
rato, Iguatu, Sobrar, ey *,| facture in the Caribbean of goods | members of terrorist organisations Pwill be the high authority, will] The ship’s master captain, F.] ° carrying out large scale with-
Paracaju, where hungr, ne along the lines visualised by Pro-| would be tried immediately have powers over the coal and | Williams said he believed attack EDMON'ION, Alberta, March 19 drawals as far back as the pe allel
thirsty peasants are threatening | fessor Lewis for export to hard A Foreign Office spokesman it sles! industries as much as the/ers were Nationalist guerillas Nine people were known to have | !*self
to attack and plunder large farms | currency areas in that hemisphere, | London to-day, refused to com- Ministry of N a nal Economy hag The attackers apparently in-|died and one person was missing The greatest concentration of
and food shops in villages.” Z He details his proposals as |} ment on revorts on the situation ir on - s nee pouty eo cee tended to remove the whole] to-day as Canadian prairie pro- |Communist anti aircraft fire since
Thousands of refugees are | follows: Albania. But it was understood le ertkt Ctrancellog “i ee * cargo but made off when a war-|vinces began digging’ themselves |the Korean war began, struck at
S o> i ‘ . rma ane ior "OF - i thie . re ee, . 1 ite
streaming down roads leading to (1) Thege colonies should be} in usually well informed diplo- eraan Specs ot Se eeees -;#hip—which he refused to iden-| out of the worst March blizzards | United Nations planes north of {
larger cities, abanaoning their included in the scope of His|Matic quarters that a report on hernia cicity! Sie eldimaeh Plan the tify—appeared. on record Seoul to-day, as United Nations |
homes and plantations ruined by Majesty’s Government's plan- | bomb incidents has just reached : Siw ’ . yea The storm lashed the prairies }8"0und forces moved slowly to- '



mien amis ‘ A aes he said, had in-| Captain Williams said thel with 80 miles an hour gusts in
ren id us Sa ica. whadich, leader of the band told him thatl vero temperatures for two days,
eon Ryentetes" Liifotied his after the next three months,}and piled up deep snow paralys-
Tak. SA: The aebaveaeieeita dag they would sink any ship found]ing traffic and communications.
an. 4 . his running the Nationalist blockade|Some 38 persons on the Calgary
first idea was to create a union off the Chinese coast, by carry- {Ray cn train snowbound since Fri-
Hettsnels Fran ‘e and Germany ing cargo to Communist China day near Oyen, Alberta, were res-

icl tuld be calculated to im- —Reuter. cued late last night maleate,

wards the 88th parallel,

United Nations troops were
moving nearer . to. .Chungchon,
main Communist supply centre
about seven miles south of the
parallel.

Observers here said that if Com-
munists gave it up, their next de-
fensive positions would probably
be three miles north of the parallel
where the valley narrows between
rugged hills

The Chinese would be unable to
hold the line on flat ground in face
of tremendous United Nations fire

. ning in connexion with the Re-|London from the Western Dip'o-
Despite emergency relief meas- ine ae 0 ees eae matic Mission in Tirana.
ures being talten by both-state (2) As an incentive to de= Britain ttoes*not- maintain diplo-
Governments and Federal medical centralization within the Com-— matic relations with Albania, and
~authorities, it is believed the} monwealth, Companies regis-| there is no British diplomatic offi- aited Oy May 0 last year
position in Ceara and Parahyba tered in the United Kingdom | cial in Tirana ; ,
cannot improve if rains do not should be granted exemption There was understood to be no
fall, since the lack of an effective of the United Kingdom tax on] evidence so far to support Pee
system of artificial irrigation undistributed profits, retained in] of the state of cmergency in 1
makes it impossible to provide oversea branches of subsidiary | ana.—Reuter.
adequate assistance to stricken companies established within
areas. OF peal Empire by United et eT
The present druaght is being | Ingdom concerns: |
ecmpared in its proportions to 3. The U.K. Government Putaeninte On
those of the years 1915 and 1937,j Should consider the following





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PAKISTAN HAS

BUDGET SURPLUS For First-Aid Work



ins Sere se greed ade a eae





















































































5 : p » od States J Y *r advantage they said.

both of which caused widespread example of the United States power ac

} Fai , a6 Government which ren its to Two Charges —Keuter,
death, hunger, thirst and disease : we
and large material losses. Tinited States oversea territories (From Our Own Correspondent) KARACHI, March 19 LONDON.

—Rounter. such as Puerto Rico the pro- KINGSTON, Jamaica. Manatee. + iek a ‘ ' TELL THE ADVOCATE
ceeds of federal excise duties on} The trial of the Hon. W. A. an, ee ea * a A Bed Otto Lund, Commissioner in Chief of the St. John ws
exports from the oversea (Co- | Bustamante on charges of disturb- aula chammer announced mbulance Brigade, who recently returned from a tour of ; THE NEWS

~ ° : Jonial) territories to cortinen-|ing the peace and breaches of the eit seme) units in the West Indies, said in London to-day that there DIAL 3113
Strange Disease tal United States. Conatabulary Law began sod in We Pitacn' xauieact etna! was a need for more male recruits throughout the West DAY OR NIGHT
" 2 - Spanish Town, before the Residen A ak lies anon cl toe aca satel het Indies for first-aid rs
Kills Chinese Industrial Deveiopment Magistrate's Court with the Crow: thety uld bs De. nee Jame nadie aid work. This was particularly so in Bar- |
‘i ssented by torney Genera i nm the new fine al yea é Ss.
The last of these suggestions as eens ee “kK C. W. H. Income tax would generally be Although the Brigade had train- {yas SSS
CENTRAL FRONT, pore. Mr. Kirkwood says would provide] alexander, Crown Coursel, anc reduced -—Reuter ed Police in first-aid work inl
; ‘ eee yg | the B.W.I. Government with|Bustamante defended by his} [Pp | 937s , ie eee most places visited, he had found
American army medical officers | considerable funds that would be|chier lieutenant. Hon. Donalc : ee there was great demand for
{ | . i t “ivilic a '
to-day moved into the village o necessary for the provision of|Sangster, Minster of Social Wel- i au an residen civilian first-aid units, particu-
Hochondong near Hongchon facilities and services ancillary to! fare and Solicitor C. L. Cawley DR, T. w. J. TAYLOR, Principal larly in Bermuda, because of in-
where 30 villagers have been RE SiGustriNh owe ; ; «Cawley: ¢| of the University College of the! Char ged With Fraud |¢reased inaustriatisation, The de-|
: : ; A a programme of indu 1 On Saturday Bustamante failec ha
18 stricken by an unidentified viru- velopment than attempt to'gubpoeria the Act West —e ee 4 ress mand was evident on the sugar!
1% i : , ery b ee . esterday b .W.LA, on a one-day VAN are d, states ¢ ‘ a esd rials
i ee ila Aenean iw aise “Surely” he concludes, “Brit ying Governor and Acting Col, rire ¥ 2 iu San Mi Pin twice re ie Wemated "oat Br wae ishWi
: had kill i lar, ts sumbers of ish West Indian victories over Secretary to appear on his behalf Cuba has been in- Guiana nits van “ ‘atin x the}
Chinese Idier befor p thay were | England at cricket and on the/in the case, as Acting Chie! , ‘principal responsi ate gt er lh i ees = STIS
Srivanr One f Hochondong. running of the track indicate a] Justice J. E. D. Carberry nullifier N ¢: » t! vas alleged to bolin the factories, \

"The: said th -¢ had never been | degree of skill, stamina and com~-| the subpoenas which Bustamante oO ommen . reatest frauds in this} The Countess of _Brecknock a al) the
any ea thsis ataehvines ot the dis- petitive spirit that should receive|served on these two governme ni ountry’s story He and 10)who aticornpenied Sir Otto on the! Maintain
case, balere the Chinese arrived.|@ncouragement in the field of}officers at the = i the Peet WASHINGTON, March 19 lose followers during hi« 1944—48 | visit, went to the Windward and same Hi

i N ” of the reason why these witnesses A State Department spokesrnan| Pre itial term, were accused j te " a :

Doctors who have placed the | industry. i ; : laden ve ores pe ey ; ’ the Leeward Islands, Grenada and} }

; ; ie Official reaction to Mr. Kirk-| were necessary. ; declined to comment. to-day } of criminal responsibility in theft Ais . nel
the diselale sient be typhea, To wood’s suggestions is understood] Bustamante is charged in con-| the report that Spain was willin| or mis-appropriation of more than [Colonial “ome wots larenatidine Standard of

. . : . j ‘3 arance n , f 40) of * ’ .
the west the village of Yangpyung|to be sympathetic. Further one a nie pi flier ony ira te send troops for the defence o 0 000,000. wai hander |{2¢. Position there She consi-!\) Quality as
. spondence is anticipated on this;@ | »- bal ae + Europe, but said a new phase i e Inaietmen wa 1andec | a”, re was gres 4 .

Rss. coped ien. culated subject and questions are likely| height of the T.U.C, - called Aynericuzt relations with Spain| down by Judge Federico Justin ritwds tap fee mde Nese Ha oe shi ed to
sues. 1 ree ie a Bene > be vaised: tn Parliament, Al-| Worthy Park. strike early this|) ay oo, with the. arrival iani. " indictment referred to |4, eo redial oe ae yiees P

dical oO icers ave ordere e s , € ame . as el gs iF attacked the } & g : é ve in aie : . : > BPSSIST Paica omcers in cov

afeated areas to be wired off|ready one of Mr. Kirkwood's ere a Gol st pe ree ened Madrid of the new An eriean| hog 1 al pl héndiing ad f ne ving laree evens ) t e
ae ae a liat os stions—the gz the| inte y a t ne’ | Ambassador Stanton Griffi in the Ministry of Educatio cP) | as
while they investigate. suggestions—that of bringing tne} oeetant Superintendent of | ot ‘eo E 3 ni q W t die

Villagers have previously told Solania inte Se Sepeononee Police and discharged two guns in| pe referred reporters to a state-) Daa Businessmen’s Enthusiasm i fe os s
United Nations officers that many | Programme—has sv} A -.s|a erowded square. The case; ment by Secretary of State Ache 7» Both were impressed by the! or e
Chinese were dying from a disense } which was.one.pt the points rs Fr continues on March 30th. i son before the Senate Foreign Re ELIZABETH JOINS enthusiasm for the worte if the! .
which distended their stomachs. | by Mr. L. D. Gammans in | lations Committee that the im- PHILIP IN MALTA Brigade among a small group o

These two instances are the first| day’s debate o- colonial man portance of Spain's Association in young business men in Trinidad

authentic cases.—Reuter . power. E. G western defence was clear A TA, Malta March 19. ,who offered to lead first-aic e

ermany Making: Elizabeth flew here’ units

, Acheson had said t objective join her husband the Lady Brecknock, commenting |

DANCES FROM DOWN UNDER War Equipment | ef sseciatiog Spain win wes Bdinburgh, who com-|on “tropical. apathy”, suid. tha
; European , galanin —_ d be ac-| mands the frigate with the British | all West Indian units should re-|
se eis ‘ si ia i BERLIN, March 19. complished, mut woul€ depend © | Mediterranean Fleet jceive constant encouragement}
American authorities here to-! the actions of many nations of the The Duke greeted her at the air-|from the home body “as thing»
Hi night listed items of war equip-| North Atlantic Treaty partner port. {were apt to start with a rush in
1} ment which they alleged were be- and Spain herself.—Reuter, The Princess is expected to re-|the West Indies and then pete:
| ing produced in East Gesmeny:| turn to England after visiting; out.” |
ranging from anti-aircrafts gun . Rome from April 11 to 21 The jrigade, with a_ total!
i rts, components for tanks, war- BULGARIA WILL DISBAND ee , : ; Pe th of 106,000 (adults and) a
f parts, comp j —Reuter. g . 8 ar oe] Y
ships and aircraft, to precision LOCAL RED PARTY | = - jcadets) in Britain and $6,000 i A Ss 7 ER
cptical instruments fer subma- ° ‘ 2 | joverseas, is seeking to double it: aa A ad
rines and artillery. ui LONDON, March 19.. BACK IN SPAIN jnumbers in this country by ask 4
An American controlled radio tt ene —_ pee 43 i arty i ee jing each member to enrol ; s
station in west Berlin yesterday; Mie Ruse listrict of Bulgar m1 y eh Vs ‘friend, and hopes that units 2
quoted “highly reli iable” sources to be di for such information cers banned from the» part i berto Martin Ariajo has re turne dj}
: i é I¢ rea ¢ event Has ter brie te} Members _ fre all yer tk :
To-aay’s statement claimed] tried ot es of B rever i S338) ite a srief priva } Membe rs rom a over ul
that ammunition factories, and| party's Go nent . it re-; country will do 51,000 hours of
ag fast Germany captured| and tural policy ac- | pet ror trun to-day jduty on the South Bank anc
depots in East German) 78 | 4 a
1945, are working for Soviet) cording Bulgarian Ne | Hi as ited to have gone to, Pleasure Gardens sites durin
im > "I r FR ner’ bn ge received here © his daughter who is studying the Festival of Britain,
armed forces t | “seer Re 7 S i Reuter LES
—Reuter euter. é ne —L.ES.
!
From Our Own Correspondent period formula Only or vie that he felt It was no time to consider
GRENADA, March 19 incident was reported ovet the local Police a onal feelings or to hesitate
General resumption of wark week-end Fe nder Brigadier Pickthall & SHERR
which took place to-day opens the This aftern C3.P paid dividends in in- He added that under Pickthall’s 7




bi ‘ Police _ efficiency and command, disposition of the Force




















to a settlement of the wage t,
ute which will see its first < { acteire ! lence on the part of was immediately reorganised, the| ®
s on Wednesday with the in- es by denomin : he tie He had reluctant- country police force sac ager
oduction of a Government Bill will be followed to-morr ¥ ‘ that nothing but a and more men stationed in the i 7 “7
in the Legislature proposing the f on de, Roman Cathol nd would ensure trouble area. Patrols were org san- | GARDINER AUS TINS Co., Lid.
oe See DRAM wont to Australis and lived 4 wes Ane ent of a wages council General and on Wedre © i of the Force availabie, ised to visit estate property at ir-|
gines; now, complete in authentic feathers, : : € n ctw AY t ‘ and ilar intervals resulting in the| Agents.
she demonstrates their dances in London 3 | er E t answer the cause i
ever to live among the natives in the bi r dances ma A } >
of which are sacred. They have never a white girl sta ( D pee

before.—Exrpress

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PAGE TWO





Carub Calling

_ JOHN SIMONSEN, F.R.S

Director of Colonial product
Research Council; an in
transit passenger Barba

Pleasant Stay

M* and Mrs. Walter C. Tare
ry, of Rushden, England,

Was

through after a pleasant three weeks’ visit,

dos yesterday from Trinidad t J

Jamaica by B Ww I.A. He is on leave this afternoon by B.W.1.A
his way back to Engl ind after for Trinidad. They are both ex
attending the Silver . Jubilee tremely pleased with the Island,
celebrations of the Imperial having enjoyed their stay =
College of Tropical Agriculture ‘were very much impressed wit

the many courtesies extended to
them
Mr

rector of the Tecnic Shoe Co., Ltd.,

Sir John, whose headquarters are
in London; spends much of his

time travelling around the Com- Tarry who is Managing Di-

1wealt » as :
windy cuaen nen regrets that owing to the Leather
since 1943 He was formerly ituation his firm has not always
Professor of Chemistry at the been in a position to supply local
University College of North requirements as prompt as they
Wales, Bangor and before that would like, but hopes to overcome
he was Professor ‘of Organic this in the near future. :

Chemistry, Indian Institute ot Since his arrival he has received

news of still further increases in
the price of leather and all other
component parts which are used in

Science Bangalore.

Retired Medical Officer

roc TR DE the manufacture of shoes, and
D*. JESSE a aeEe, retired from reliable sources Mr. Tarry
Government Medical Officer learns that prices are likely to

Maraval arrived from Trinidad
yesterday by B.W.I.A. to spend
the Easter holidays with his sister,

centinue to rise for another three
months

Mrs. Louise Grell, at the Stream, En Route To Lima
Worthing R. AND MRS, L, J. ROSEN-
° SHINE accompanied by their
Back From Jubilee daughter Patridia arrived from
Celebrations ‘Trinidad on Saturday by B.W.1LA.,
to spend a short holiday in Bar-
JULIAN MAHON, bados, staying at Sam Lord’s,

The Rosenshines who live in
Lima, Peru, where Mr. Rosenshine
is a Mining Engineer, are on
their way back to Peru, after a
holiday in the US. They are
originally from New York,

Hie

returned

and Mrs, Mahon
from Trinidad on Sun
day afternoon by B.W.1.A.
after attending the Silver Jubilee
Celebrations of the Imperial
College of Tropical Agriculture



Mr, E. D. Mottley, M.C.P.; and : .

Mrs. Mottley along with’ Mt Back From St. Lucia

F. L. Walcott, -M.C.P% and

Mrs. Walcott who also attended SIR JOHN SIMONSEN, F.RBS., R. AND MRS. DORIEN
the Silver Jubilee Celebrations Director of the Colonial Products = COLE and their son Hal,
returned from Trinidad yester- Research Council, who had been who spent a short holiday in St

attending the Silver Jubilee celebra-
tions of LC.T.A. was an intransit
passenger through Barbados yester-
day en route to England.

Lucia, returned over the week-end
by B.W.1.A, During their holiday
they also spent a few days in
Martinique.

day morning.

With Shell Caribbean

R. AND MRS. FRANK IDEN. {
DEN arrived from Mara
caibo, Venezuela via Trinidad
yesterday morning by B.W.I.A



JANETTA DRESS SHOP

Upstairs over NEWSAM’S, Lower Broad Street
Tel. 2684

BEAUTIFUL AFTERNOON, COCKTAIL
and EVENING GOWNS



They were accompanied by their
daughter Connie. Here for three
weeks’ holiday, they are staying
at the Paradise Beach Club )

Mr. Idenden is an Engineer at 4
Shell Caribbean Petroleum Corpn,
in Maracaibo

Staying With Father
RRIVING from Trinidad yes







terday by B.W.I.A t ent. RAL as anata holiday io Also—only a few—PANTIES, VESTS, SLIPS & NIGHTGOWNS
Barbados, were Mr. anq Mrs. in large and O.S. Sizes
Doug Boon They are staying “sx SSS
with Mr Boon’s father at the
“Farm”, St. Michael. Mr, Boon a
is with U.B.O.T. in Point x
Fortin, a0
~@% Nay
, Esta Noche
For U.S. Holiday Noche

M* and- MRS. HAROLD
LEWIS were among the pas-
sengers leaving for Puerto Rico
yesterday morning by B.W.1.A.
They have gone to spend a short

Visite

holiday in the U.S. with rela-
lives,
Soil Surveyors
R. J. P. WATSON and Mr. -

. Eric Birse, Soil Surveyors on
the B.W.1I. Soil Survey Scheme,
stationed at the Imperial College
of Tropical Agriculture arrived |
from = Trinidad yesterday by }
B.W.1.A. on a sixteen-day soil
survey of the Scotland Dissrcty

here. They are staying at the ane entreten ame tonto

Enmore Hotel

para

‘

From Venezuela
M* and MRS. KEN SHEP-!
4 HERD and their two
children arrived from Venezuela
yesterday morning by B,W.1.A.
via Trinidad Here for two
months’ holiday they are staying
with Mr. Shepherd’s mother in
Black Rock. Mr, Shepherd is
with the Venezuelan Gulf Refin
ing Co., at Puerto La

Venezuela.

tefin ee
cide meee «=SCU EMPIRE THEATRE

RS, E B WILLIAMS,

Island Commissioner of the
Girl Guides’ Association accom-
panied by her daughter Miss
Betty Williams, Island Secretary |
of the Girl Guides’ Association,
left by B.W.1.A. yesterday for |
Puerto Rico to attend the Sub-|
Committee Meeting of the West- |
ern Hemisphere (World Bureau) |
of Girl Guides’ Association. The |
meeting opens to-day and_ will |
last two days. Lady Baden- |!
Powell, Chief Guide of the
World who arrived in Puerto Rico
a few days ago will attend the
meeting. |

About Cannilans' Golf |

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TO-DAY 4.45

to

& 8.30

and Continuing

THURSDAY



wonderful
it'll
make you
feel




important game of
golf was played yesterday
at the Rockley Golf Course, Mr
H. C. Colebrook, representing
Robt. Simpson Co., of Canada
and Mr. F. W. Morley of Loblaw
Groceterais of Toronto took on
Mr. C. E. Gausden of Montreal
and Mr. W F Wilson of
Toronto, representing the retired
gentlemen from Canada at pres
cnt in Barbados
Messrs. Gausden
after a “strenuous and thrilling
game, won out on the 18th hole
A cup will be presented to the ;
winners to-night at a dinner parts
at the Ocean View Hote!

With The Bell Tel. Co.
ISS KATHERINE WEEKES,
who is with the Bell Tele

phone








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Recently the new Jaguar was previewed in London
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The line of the new coupé
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The coupé has another surprise
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chase tax.

—LES.

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1951





Shopkeeper On Larceny Charge
is Hearing Continues Today

HEARING in the case in which Elizabeth King, a shop-
keeper of Tudor Street is charged with shop breaking and
larceny was adjourned until to-day by His Honour the
Chief Justice Sir Allan Collymore at the Court of Grand

e @
Mr. Issigonis
Has A Design

For Drivin

By ROBERT WALLING

A schoolboy refugee from the
Greco-Turkish war after World
War I has become the designer cf
Britain’s most incredible ear cf
the year.

THE CAR—the Morris Minor.

THE MAN — Alexander Issi-
gonis (pronounced “Issi-go-niss},

a bachelor of 44 who lives in an
Oxford flat. (Too much vor’ to

do to get married.) Son of an
engineer and s%ipbuilder, he is
new a naturalised Briton.

Issigonis came to England in his
‘teens, went te London University
to study engineering, rose to be
one of Lord Nuffield’s chiet de-
signers.

His hobby used to be to drive
a tiny self-built, \ single-seater
supercharged car in hill climbs.
“Can't afford the money or time
now,” he says.

Future Morris cars? “I haven't
finished yet,” he told me. “I am
thinking out another Minor now.”

No Skid

Here is the test report of the
i951 tourer model, which, at £382
(purchase tax paid), weighs un
Jaden, half a hundredweight less
than the 154% ecwt. saloon.

It gave speedometer speeds of

18, 40, 52 and 65 m.p.h. in its
four gears
It measured 12ft., 4in., long

(ideal for smali garages) and 4ft.,
10in., high, but my 14 stone and
6ft. of height were quite comfor-
table in it.

It turned fast around corners
without an inch of skid.

It operated at 40 miles to the
gallon, and had no difficulty in
maintaining 50 m.p.h

It reached 50 m.p.h. in half a
minute. But the car could have
been quieter. I could hear the
shoes of the hydraulic brakes con.
tacting the linings, the busy ex-
haust note was noticeable, and
there were a few body squeaks on
rough going

Efficient

But brakes, engine response,
suspension, and rack-and-pinior
steering were of top-quality
efficiency

Points I liked.—The windows
required only two turns to lower
cr raise; first-class forward visi-
bility: access through the floor to
gearbox and transmission: oil-less
bushes on rear-springs

Needed.— More space
control pedals

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—L.E.S

LAUNDRY WORKERS
RETURN TO WORK

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-—OF-SPAIN, March 17.

Workers at the Sanitary Laun-
dry, Port-of-Spain, who went on
strike on Monday least (12th),
returned to work to-day .Stoppage
of work was unauthorised, it was
admitted in a letter of apology
signed by Mr. S. G. Harper,
President of the Union,

between





U.C.W.I. PRINCIPAL
CALLS HERE

Dr. T. W. J. Taylor, Principal
of the University College of the
West Indies, Jamaica, arrived
from Trinidad yesterday morning
hy B.W.I.A. where he had beep
attending the Silver Jubilee Cele-
braticns of the Imperial College
of Tropical Agriculture. Being so
close to Barbados, Dr. Taylor took
the opportunity of coming over
hefore he returns to Jamaica. He
is due to leave this afternoon for
Trinidad en route to Jamaica.

At Seawell to meet him were
Sir George Seel, Head of Develop-
ment and Welfare, and Mr. Au-
brey Douglas-Smith, Resident
Tutor of the Extra Mural Dept. of
the University College of the West
Indies.

° ~~
Dies Suddenly
(Fromm. Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Mar. 16.
Lady Enid Beatrice Walcott,
widow of the late Sir Henry Wal-
cott, Treasurer of Trinidad, died
suddenly today at her St. Clair
residence, She was the mother of
Mr. H. B. Walcott, Managing
Director of Spencer G, Kirton,
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BROAD STREET and ALPHA PHARMACY (HASTINGS)

Sessions yesterday.

More Technical
Knowledge Of
Agriculture Needed

The presence of an Imperial
College of Tropical Agriculture in
the West Indies will be of great
value to our future generations,
Mr. F. L. Walcott, M.C.P., told
the Advocate yesterday.

Mr. Walcott had just returned
frcm Trinidad where he attended
‘he celebrations of the Silver Ju-
bilee of the Imperial College of
Tropical Agriculture.

He said that the ceremony was
very impressive and the speeches
all pointed to the importance of
Aigriculture in these areas.

We are fortunate to have an
1.C.T.A. situated in the West
Indies, which ere mainly agricul.
tural centres, he said.

“It will emphasise the impor-
tance of agriculture to the future
generations who must of necessity
mainly depend on agriculture for
their livelihood.”

Importance Of Agriculture

Mr. Walcott said that the speech
of Sir Alan Burns, formerly Gov-
ernor of the Gold Coast, who now
represents the U.K. at the United
Nations Trusteeship Council, was
appropriate. It pointed, he said, to
the importance of agriculture in
the Colonial Empire, whose popu-
tation is increasing rapidly and
whose productive capacity must
therefore be intensified.

He was hoping, he said, that
in the near future, there would
be more Barbadians taking more
courses at the College, It would

be a means of increasing the
technical knowledge of agricul-
ture among many_ workers,

peasants and small holders, who,
without that necessary knowledge
would not be able to cope with
the growing demands in compe-
titive markets.

Mr. Walcott said that the Col-
lege authorities gave himself and
other visitors the opportunity of
seeing and appreciating the work
that was being done at the Col-
lege.

T’dad Theatres
Act Amended

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 17.

Despite strenuous opposition,
mostly from members of the
Butler Party, Trinidad’s Legisla-
tive Council members approved
amendments to the Theatres_and
Dance Halls Ordinance which
revoke the powers of the Com-
missioner of Police as the Licen-
sing Authority under the original
Ordinance and confer these
powers on Magistrates.

The Hon. Quevedo, in his plea
against the limitations of Calyp-
soniang in the freedom of their
art gave a passionate speech.

The Hon. Albert Gomes urged
that the Bill should he approved,
and that the Police should not
have been “brought into tne
picture at all.” He resented’ the
fact that a policeman should
decide what was a clean calypso,
He was as zealous as Mr. Que-
vedo, that certain indigenous art
forms should be preserved.

‘ATHELBROOK’ LEAVES

The motor vessel Athelbrook
left Barbados on Sunday after-
rocn with a shipment of vacuum
pan molasses for Trinidad. Her
agents are Messrs. H. Jason Jones
& Co., Ltd.

T'DAD RAILWAYS HAVE
$24,377 DEFICIT

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 14.

Bad weather conditions during
last month and the abandonment
of the Piarco ancillary service
have reflected a deficit in_ the
revenue of the Trinidad Rail-
ways for that period to the tune
of $24,377 aS’ compared with the
same month last year. Reports
show that the receipts during last
year totalled $176,147 compared





with $151,770 this year, railway §

traffic alone claiming $105,780 as
against the gorresponding iod
this year which has reflected a
total of $88,005 revealing a drop
of goods revenue totalling $17,725.











Also
ALMONDS

The case occupied the attention
of the court the whole day. The
jury is empanelled. No bail was
granted. here is a two count
indictment against King. On the
first count, she is charged with
breaking into the shop of Clement
Rogers at Tudor Street and
stealing goods to the value of
£11 15/4, ee of Clement
Rogers sometime between Sep-
tember 30 and October 1.

She is charged on the second
count of receiving goods to the
value of £11 15/4 knowing them

be stolen. King pleatied not

ilty to both counts. Mr. W. W.
eece K.C. is prosecuting for
the Crown while Mr. G, H.
Adams _ associated with Mr.

J. E, T,. Brancker is appearing
on behalf of the accused.

First witness called for the
rosecution was Inspector Frank-
yn who said that on October 1
at about 9.30 in the morning
Clement Rogers came to tha
C.I.D, and made a report. He
went to the store of Rogers in
Tudor Street. Sgt. Phillips who
had a warrant to search the
premises of the accused also
went along. The accused occupied
the top storey of the building in
which Clement Rogers had a
grocery store below.

He examined the roof of the
provision store and noticed that
a sheet of galvanise kept in
place with galvanise screws
comes to have been tampered
with.

To Mr. Adamsg _ Inspector
Franklyn said that he knew the
accused before and the accused
told him that she used to buy
goods from Rogers. When he
searched the place he saw some
boarders in the accused's place.
He heard that the accused was
friendly with a man named
Branch whom he thought he
knew because he was pointed
out to him in the Court yard.

Sgt. Phillips said that on Sep-
tember 30 Clement Rogers went
to the C.I.D. and made a report.
On October 1 Rogers again re-
turned to the C.I.D. and he went
with him to his premises. He also
went into the accused’s premises
with Cpl. Babb and another
oliceman, In the accused's place

e saw a bag of flour in the kitch-
en. The bag was torn and Ken-
neth Rogers claimed it as his
father’s property. There were
also two ten pounds tins of butter,
two bottles of wine, four cakes of
soap, a blue valise, two bottles of
bitters and a bag containing 2?
tins of butter which was behind
the wardrobe.

He also went into the accused's
shop which is adjacent to her place
and saw a box of biscults and an
unopened tin of cooking butter,
which was marked.

Clement Rogers said that he has
a business at 39 Tudor Street. The
building is a two-storeyed one. The
top is rented to the accused as a
residence and the bottom floor is
his business ert: On numerous
occasions he has missed goods and
found that the galvanised roof
was damaged.

On September 30 he marked 20
cartoons of cigarettes and placed
them into a box which he put in
the toilet. When he was leaving
the shop the day to go home he
carefully closed it. Next morning
he noticed that some tins of butter
and cigarettes were missing. He
knows the accused who is in the
liquor business. Sometimes the
accused would buy goods from
him for cash.

In the cross-examination, Mr.
Adams handed two bills to Rogers
who said that the handwriting on
them was his.

Cpl. Babb also said that he went
to the accused's place and saw a
bag of flour and some tins of but-
ter. In the dining room there was
nothing. Behind the wardrobe of
the bedroom there was a bag with
23 tins of butter in it.

The accused said that she bought
the butter from a grocery.

Asked by Mr. Adams if the ac-
pused showed any resentment
against the warrant, Bpbb said
that the accused snatched the
warrant from Sgt. Phillips’ hands
and tore it in half.

Charles Hutchinson, a carpen-
ter, said that he knew Rogers who
employed him in August 1950 to
repair part of the roof at Tudor
treet where he kept a grocery
store. He relaid two galvanised
sheets by nailing them down pro-
perly. They were secured by two
Straps of galvanise. On October

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Housing Loans
Total $750,000

The total amount allocated fron
the Labour Welfare Fund for the
use of housing loans was origin-
ally $400,000, but on March 17,
1951, a further $350,000 were
allocated, making a total of
$750,09u, Capt. G. J. Bryan, -Act-
ing Financial Secretary told the
Advocate yesterday “

He said that this money would
cover applications received frem
3,000 people up to the end ot
December, 1950.

Up to the end of February
1,392 loans totalling $347,690 had
been approved and 1,167 totalling
$290,440 had been granted of
which $275,945 had actually been
advanced, The amount repaid
by the end of February was $8,415
of which $3.678 were repaid dur-
ing the same month.

Mr. D. A. M. Haynes, Manager
of the Labour Welfare (Housing
Loans) Organisation told the
Advocate that the loans were be-
ing repaid satisfactorily. The pur-
pose of the loans was for repairs,

conditions and/or enlargements,
purchase and/or construction of
buildings.

Quarter Contributed

As far as purchase or construc-
tion was concerned, the applicant
was required to contribute 25%
of the cost and the remainder was
furnished by the Organisation.

He said that the terms of repay-
ment were in keeping with the
Wage earning capacity of the apr
plicant. During the “hard times”,
a small figure was accepted from
the applicant, but it was increased
during the crop to suit his in-
creased wages as well as the pay-
ment out of the crops produced
by the worker.

He said that the workers were
very appreciative of this assist-
ance as was evidenced by their
willingness to meet their obliga-
tions.

While the Advocate was at the
Labour Welfare Department,
there were many workers being
attended to by the Clerks. Some
were visiting the office for the
first time, some had returned for
the second or third instalment ac-
cording to the circumstances,
while others were repaying some
of their loans.

SUICIDE

Malo Les Bains Northern France
March 19.

The wealthy father of a 25-
year-old girl student allesed to
have killed her ex-lover, killed
himself by gas-poisoning here to-
day.

His daughter, dark eyed Pauline
Dubuson was arrested yesterday
after 27-year-old Felix Bailey
had been found dead in a chair
with two bullets in him.

Pauline was found unconscious
near fhe gas stove in Bailey’s flat.
Police said she called there after
she had heard that Bailey, her
lover for two years, had bought
an engagement ring for another
girl.

Her father, Dubuson, was a well
known builder in northern France

—Reuter.

T’dad Ships 7,000
Live Fishes To U.S.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 17.
Forty tins containing 7,000 live
fishes, the largest shipment of live
tropical fish left Trinidad to-day
for the United States, Th's
shipment was made by the West
Indian Aquarium Suppliers of
Port-of-Spain. Tropical fishes and
snakes have already been shipped
to Holland where the market
shows great promise, It is antici—
pated that with the demand in the
United States on the increase,
Trinidad will have a new source
of hard currency. The new indus
try is already arousing great
interest, and it is believed that
many are exploring the possibili—
ties of going into the trade and
establishing it firmly here if the
markets abroad prove to be
encouraging.

TAMARINDS GO
ON “FOREST”

S.S. Laurentian Forest arrived
yesterday for a cargo of 600 drums
of high proof spirit, 29 tierces and
130 barrels of tamarinds for Liver-

»pool, England. Her agents are
Messrs. DaCosta & Co., Ltd

ceil delph ea ataciealap aici atiinitinmmies
1 he went to the store and when
he reached there he found that the
strip of galvanise which he had
secured by nailing was not nailed
down but was detached from the
sheet. There was some flour in
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BAA Elects Officers

A yeneral meeting of ‘Ine Bar-
bados Automobile Association was
held at the Chamber of Commerce
Rooms on the 27th February 1951,

which the following officers
were elected:

President: Major J. D. Lena-

gan, M.B.E., Vice-President: The
Hon. V. C. Gale, M.L.C., Hon
Secretary-Treasurer: Mr. E. A

Way, Committee: Lt. Col. J. Con-
nell, O.B.E., Mr. R. S. Njcholls,
Capt. St. J. Hodson, O.BE., Mr.
A. L. Jordon, Col. R. T. Michelin,
Mr. Ronnie Gittens and Mrs. G. E
Maxwell.

The present membership is 130
and more are coming every day.
t is hoped to have a membership
of 500 before long

The Associaton is cpen to
ladies and gentlemen who are in-
terested in motoring and Road
Safety, whether they own a motor
ear or not. The annual subscrip-
tion is $6.00, but persons joining
after the month of January will
pay at the rate of 50c. a month to
3ist December

The main objects of the Asso-
ciation are to foster the interests
of motorists and to co-operate
with the Authorities in every way
in order to make the Roads safer
for all users.

The following are some of the
benefits the Association will offer:

Authority to display the Asso-
ciation badge on your car.
Assistance in parking.

Legal advice on motoring
matters.
Campaign for Courtesy on

the Road
Co-operation with the Police
and the Press for safer driving.

Campaign for Compulsory
Third Party Insurance.
Elimination of dangerous
corners

Affiliation to the A.A, and the
RAC.
Facilities for the Renewal of
Drivers’ Licenses
It is contemplated, later on, to
seek affiliation to similar Associa-
tions in the West Indies

There is no doubt that the
Association can do much godéd
especially in regard to Road
Safety

Butlerites Protest
Against Closing
Of Bakeries

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Mar, 17,
Jobless bakery workers and
others paraded Port-of-Spain
streets under the Butler banner
protesting against action by the
Government resulting in the clos-
ing down of four city bakeries
The demonstrators carried pla-
ecards criticising Government and
the Labour Minister. The placards
bore inscriptions as “Where is
Albert Gomes?"”, “Is he dumb or
dead?” “Who responsible for
all this, Douglas”, “We want bread
not old talk”, “Russia is willing to
give us wheat", “Long Live

Uriah Butler”.









Before the demonstration, a
large crowd filled the city’s local
Hyde Park, Woodford Square, and
listenedi to Hon, Butler, who said
that it was very hard that the Con-
troller of Imports aad Exports
could not make the distribution of
flour satisfactory enough so. that
the bakeries could keep on oper-
ating and so avoid people being
out of employment.

Following a request by certain
people in the crowd that he take
the matter up in the Legislative
Council, Mr. Butler promised to
do his utmost for his followers
As a result of these bakeries clos-
ing down 200 people were out of
work,

“what crowded, but he



Introduced
To The Bar

AN OLD boy of Lodge and Har- |
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rison College Mr George W
Farmer, was yesterday admitted
to practise at the local Bar. He
was introduced by the Hon
F. E. Fields, Acting Attorney
General before the Sitting of the
Court of Grand Session beg
His Honour the Chief Justice, Sh
Allan Collymore presiding

Seon of Mr. and Mrs. G. L
Farmer of “Windermere”, St
John, 2i-year-old Mr. George
Farmer was educated at Lod
School from 1936 to 1944 and at
Harrison College frem 1944 t&
1946. He entered Middle femp!
in 1948 and w called to the Bai
on November 17, 195¢

The Hon. Mr. F. E. Fields
said that recentiy they had see
many intreductior ta_the loca
Bar of Barbados and one. might

think that it was becom ng some

would ven

ture, inethe words of a forme!
Chief Justice, to say that there
was always room at the top
Undoubtedly Mr. Farmer, ever

as the others, would do his utmost
to reach the top of the ladder

He would not consider it neces
sary to remind young barristers
that they should act in accordance
with the highest traditions ot
their profession by being respect -

ful to the Bench, courteous to
their fellow members and at the
same time firm and fearless in

representing the interest of their
client.
Professional Dignity

By upholding all those princi-
ples, the dignity of their profes
sion would be maintained and the
administration of justice enhanced

The Chief Justice said that ‘t
gave him great pleasure to wel
come Mr. Farmer to the Bar of
Barbados. He carried a name
which was well known in Barba

dos and many members of his
family had distinguished them-
selves in various walks of life

He thought he was correct in say
ing that he was the first Farme:
to become a lawyer

Although the field was, as the

Attorney General had said,
crowded, as he also remarked
there was always room at the

top and he hoped he would make }
his way to the top of his profes-;
sion He was sure he would
uphold the traditions of the Bar
and he wished him every success }
Farmer thanked the "chiet |

1

Mr.
Attorney General and the Chief
Justice. He said that he would dc

everything on his part to maintain
the high standard of that Bar

FEBRUARY RAINS
DELAY CANE MATURITY

The sugar crop for 1951 wa:
previously estimated at 175,000
tons and there is no need to assume
‘that total loss will be caused by
the excessive rains of February
the Director of Aljgriculture told
the Advocate yesterday

He said that the effects of the
rains would probably delay ma-
turity in some parts of the island,
but it was likely that that disad-
vantage would be offset by the in-
creased tonnages of cane in so far
as the total amount of sugar pro
duced was concerned,

“PARTNER” TAKES
SUGAR

The American S.S. Aleoa Part
ner arrived here on Sunday to load
supplies of sugar and molasses
for Canada

She will be taking 2,000 tons of
sugar for St. John, N.B., 442
puncheons, 453 barrels and 12
half-barrels of molasses for Hali-

fax and St. John
The Partner is consigned to
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Tuesday, March 20, 1951

BYE-ELECTION

WITH the untimely death of Mr. D. A.
Foster a bye-election has become necessary
for the vacant seat in St. Andrew. Mr. L.



E. R. Gill, the Senior Representative of ‘

that parish accordingly moved in the
House of Assembly that the necessary writ
be issued for the holding of a bye-election,
Tt was at this point that the issue tended
to become confused amidst the niceties of
constitutional law and practice. The Repre-
sentation of the People Act 1901 provides
for two sets of contingencies, one where a
member of the House of Assembly shall
be called up to the Legislative Council, or
shall accept any office which by any Act
of this island a member is disqualified from
holding or from serving as a member of
the Assembly, or shall accept any office of
emolument under the Crown, or shall be
absent from the island without leave for
a period of forty days, his election shall
be declared void and a new writ for the
election of another member in the place of
such member shall be issued within forty
days after the Governor shall be addressed
for the same by the General Assembly.

The second contingency envisaged by
the Act is where a member may resign
either before or after taking his seat. An
address shall forthwith be passed and for-
warded to the Governor-in-Executive
Committee and the Governor-in-Executive
Committee shall within fourteen days after
receiving the address issue the writ.

It will thus be seen that neither wets of
provisions provides for the death ct a
member and the issuing of a writ there-
after. It has, however, been the practice
to deal with the matter as in the case of
resignation and for the Governor-in-Exe-
cutive Committee to issue the writ within
fourteen days after having received the
address of the House of Assembly.

On this occasion the Leader of
Labour Party with the support of the
members of the party has appeared dissat-
isfied with the established procedure and
has proposed that a committee be set up to
investigate the appropriate procedure. If
the members of the House desire a clari-
fication of the matter the easiest course
would be for the Act to be amended so
as to deal specifically with the matter, if
not, the opinion of the legal advisers of
the government should satisfy those who
may have doubts of the position.

Most important, however, is that the
bye-election should not be lost in the
pigeon holes of a select committee. On this
occasion the practice which has been used
in the past should be used and if necessary
the matter may be dealt with at a later
date. It is certain that neither the people
of St. Andrew nor the general public will
condone any method by which the seat
should remain unfilled until the General
Election at the end of the year.

the



Frowns are

BUENOS AIRES.

The fifty of us who had just
flown in trom Miami were situng
in a circle in the handsome Buenos
Aires airport building feeling more
than a trifle foolisn. kor we all
had steel thermometers stuck in
our mouths by a majestic nurse,
in accordance with the Argentine’s
meaical regulations.

Suddenly, a voice’ rang out over
the loudspeaker, “Senor MacColl!”
Hastily putting aside my thermom-
eter, I rose and walked into the
immigration office, trailed by the
envious gaze of my fellow-travel-
lers, Why, they doubtless wonder-
ed, had I been called first of the
lot? .

A bronzed youfig man with a
black moustache greeted me geni-
elly.. “I represent the Argentine
Foreign Office,” he explained. “I
hope that you have had a most
enjoyable trip and that your stay
here will be of the most pleasant.”

He flipped his -fingers at the
immigration officials. “Are the
formalities compl@te?” © Bowing,
they passed me through in 20
seconds flat

In the Customs shed my Foreign
Office friend—his first name was
Jorge—said: “It would be a
pleasure 1o drive you into town,
if I may. Just tell me anything
you want. I am here to help you.
I was on holiday, but I have re-
turned to be of service to you.”

In the nearly quarter of a
century that I have knocked about
the world as a reporter, I can
count on the fingertips of one
hand the!number of Foreign Office
representatives who have seen fit
to give me an official greeting in
a new country.

When Sir John Balfour, the
British Ambassador, left Buenos
Aires not long ago at the end of
his term there was not a single
Argentine official to see him off.

Britain’s diplomatic representa-
tive is ignored by their Foreign
Office, which now welcomes the
Daily Express, What is going on?
The answer is interesting. And it
may have a bearing on that meat
you have been waiting for,

A Change

Suddenly, about a fortnight ago,
there was a sharp change in the

olitical atmosphere as far as the

ritish here were concerned.
Smiles appeared where before
there were only aloof frowns. Ges-
tures of friendliness were made.

And that may well. mean that
the Argentine is as anxious as we
are to. see the present talka
result in an agreement that will
put the meat back on your
plates. And, believe me, there is
plenty of it waiting to come!

You pretty well have to run
and hide from the steaks in this

town. I have ‘had beef in all its
forms urged upon me at every
meal except breakfast. It all

culminated at dinner tonight
with a “Baby Beef” which would
have sated three austerity

changed

but alas, his Majesty’s Mr. Joint
is still far from the dotted line
by R. M. MacCOLL

latest in the marathon series of
meat talks would be a sort of
Joint enterprise of the .Johns—
thus combining the better apti-
tudes of Mr, John Edwards, M.P.,
our chigf negotiator in the present
talks, and Mr, John Joint.

But Mr. Joini, a twinkling-
eyed, energetic chap with a nice
sense of humour, presumably felu
that he had been the target of
so much criticism from the
Argentine men that he would be
more useful if he stayed off-stage.

Behind all the double-talk and
insistence on the cordiality of the
atmosphere, just what is the
position ?

Weil, the Argentines would like
to be paid off for their meat
in coal, oil, steel and machinery
--in fact, all the things that
everyone is short of.

So far the talks have produced
nothing except a little deft
shadow - boxing. Perhaps this
week the cordial atmosphere may
lead to the hatching of some sort
of economic egg—although no-
body seems awfully optimistic,

Like Britains

Meanwhile, you catch endless
nostalgic glimpses of the old-time
British influence in this hustling
city of 4,000,000 men and women,

to smiles—

; pictured here)

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PERON PUTS THE
FLAGS OUT FOR ME



Here, where summer is just end
ing and Panama hats and white
suits are the order of the day, the
red pillar boxes are very like
home,

And the drive in from the air-
port along the broad arterial high-
way, flanked by big modern fac-
tories, reminded me of a sub
tropical Great West Road, The
lite Union Jacks in the haber-
dashers' windows mean that the
shirts on sale are proudly
“Engleesh,” and people still like
to shop at the local Harrods.

And they just could not get
through the local Soccer season
without English refs— were out here this year to keep
the peace.

Yes, I Go

Hello, there goes my telephone
Well, it was my friend Jorge
from the Foreign Office. He tells
me that he is racing his British
sports M.G. car against some
“North Americanos” on a_ track
near here, and would I like to go
and watch?
In the
famous

words of that once
advertisement—Where’s

Jorge’” Answer: Gone to the
races. And where’s MacColl?
Answer: Gone to watch Jorge.

Viva Anglo-Argentinian cordiality.
—LES.

2.000 Miles of Meat—7.000 Miles Away

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Central Meat Depot—l

Extract from a Memorandum of a Committee of
Milk Producers

IT is generally considered that increased
quantities of fresh milk would be consumed
locally if it were available. Until recently, a
large proportion of the fresh milk was pro-
duced in town dairies where production costs
are necessarily high. At most of these dairies
almost all feeding stuffs have to be purchased
and the prices paid for green fodders are pro-
hibitive; periods of fodder shortage occur
regularly; labour problems are almost
always present and the manure produced is
quite frequently a source of expense rather
than income owing to the necessity for rapid
disposal. Most of these difficulties would be
resolved if milk were produced on the plan-
tations and small-holdings as part of the
general agricultural practice. The Central
Livestock Station was largely planned and
established with this object in view; investi-
gations are being undertaken there with the
object of producing better stock and higher
yielding fodder crops of better composition
and of finding the best methods of conserving
these crops for use during times of green
fodder scarcity. A large number of landown-
ers have shown much practical interest in
this work, and several dairy herds have
already been established off the plantations.

The greatest difficulty visualised by the
prospective dairy farmer is the disposal ‘of
the milk. Although many landowners are pre-
pared to keep dairy cows for the production
of milk and manure, they are not prepared to
organise and administer a retail distribution.
There seems little doubt that, the only way
in which an increased production of fresh
milk on the plantations and small-holdings
can be stimulated, will be by the setting up
of a Central Creamery to which milk can be
sent for processing and from which delivery
to the consumer can be organised. The pres-
ent retail distribution of milk has no central
organisation and it is usual to find several
dairies making deliveries in the same dis-
tricts; this leads to unnecessary duplication
and expense, The Central Milk Depot, which
will be equipped as a pasteurising plant, will
be in a position to supply clean unadulter-
ated milk. The pasteurisation and refrigera-
tion of fresh milk will improve the keeping
qualities of fresh milk and encourage a
greater consumption. At the present time,
almost all consumers boil their milk after
receiving it and it must be noted that the
adulteration of milk is not uncommon.













































PRESENT PRICES OF MILK

There seems little doubt that by increasing
the yield of the individual cow, and by more
economic methods of producing green fod-
der, the present price of fresh milk could be
reduced. Most of the concentrated feeding
stuffs have to be imported but, it is hoped
that by increasing the quantity and quality of
the green fodders and by growing more con-
centrated foods on the land, these imports
will be reduced. Investigations to this end
!are being vigorously prosecuted at the Cen-
‘tral Livestock Station. The retail price of
milk is officially controlled under Defence
Regulations at llc. per pint in bottles and
9c. per pint delivered in bulk. Sweetened
condensed milk containing not less than 8%



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It looked as though they were
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paused just long enough to clip
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COMMON PROBLEMS

THE visit to this island of a Trinidad
delegation comprising Sir Gerald Wight,

Interior Walls.

1, For new work, allow the surface to dry out for at least
a = before painting,’ Then apply 2 coats of “LAGO-

Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Council;

Hon. Victor Bryan, Minister of Agriculture
and Fisheries and Mr. Cecil Farrell, Mark-
eting Officer, might be regarded as a com-
pliment to Barbados. This delegation
came to see at first hand the methods used
in taking fish around the coast and our
method of deep sea fishing.

Beyond any compliment which might be
implied, it indicates that the West Indies
are awaking to the fact that common prob-
lems face them and that the methods used
in one colony might help to solve those in
others.

A year ago an Agricultural Mission spon-
sored by the Jamaica Gleaner came from
that island to inquire into methods of agri-
cultural production. .

This was the idea of the Anglo-Ameri-
can West Indian Conference held in Bar-
bados in 1944. With the continuance of
these visits there is every hope for the
solution of West Indian problems on a
regional basis.

Coal, Pleasa
And what of Mr. Joint,
Majesty’s Minister in Charge of
Commercial Affairs at our Em-
bassy here? Well, the joint has
Gisappeared from your tables—
and the Joint is out of the lime-
light here, too. :
Many people thought that this

his
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a very AS ractive Woman to get
away wi that.
which is said to be A “Chelsea
idea,” is a dog-collar, with a lead
hanging from the «ollar to the
waist. Combine the two, and you
have something striking for the
first night of a play. Not every
woman could carry off such a

.

e second,

WHEN Paris teleases. the
spring fashions, the ordinary

combination, To go with the dog-
collar and the wooden bowler I
would suggest, subject to correc-
tion from Messrs Dior and Fath,
earrings of wrought iron, shoes
made of woven seaweed and a
backless sideless cardboard run-
ning vest with moleskin cuffs, and
a heup of shredded serge pinged
to each elbow.

Literary Cocktail Party

VERYBODY who is nobody
seemed to be at Lady Cab-
stanleigh’s cocktail party yester-
day to meet Runamok, The drinks
gave out quite soon, and it was

By Beachcomber

discovered, and reported to Lady
Cabstanleigh by a_ publisher's
nark that a noVelist’s tout had
collected many bottles in a basket
and lowered them out of a win-
dow to a confederate below. The
momer it was known _ that
there was no more drink there
was a rush to get out and go on
to some other gathering. In the
rush Runamok was knocked down
and trodden on, two reviewers
missed their watches, and a wo-
man novelist had her bag snatch-
ed by her publisher. He excused
himself later by saying that, in
the confusion, he had mistaken
her for some other firm’s novelist.

plus milk can be converted into butter and
separated milk has been drawn up. The
figures for the plant were obtained from the
Aluminium Plant and Vessel Company Lim-
ited, and the estimate for building, installa-
tion of machinery, land, bans and contingen-
cies has been made locally. These estimated
capital costs amount to £60,000.

The pasteurising plant is of the latest HT.
ST. type and the capacity can be readily in-
creased by adding extra plates which can be
operated from the existing control panel. As
stated in paragraph 7, the 1946 island produc-
tion of milk was estimated at rather more
than 4,000 gallons of milk per day, but this
figure gives the low annual average yield per
cow of 280 gallons. Tt is confidently ex-
pected that, with the establishment of a Cen-
tral Creamery, the production of milk will
speedily increase as more and better stock
become available, better systems of feeding
and management are evolved and dairy herds
are established on the plantations. An aver-
age consumption of one pint of milk per per-

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and cheese which is far higher than the pre-
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HOLIDAYS!!
OUR READERS SAY

Enquiry Act
To The Editor, The Advocate

is e@ssertial to the ‘preservation they accuse the Council of fear
of such rights. as the reason for its objection

All the sophistry about new to the amended Bill, that fear is
funds not being. under the con- a very worthy and legitimate
trol of) the Treasury, does not reason on which to oppose the

minority are safeguarded and
guaranteed,
To argue the absolute right of

SIR,—I notice that opposition the majority in every issye, is

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through the medium of the press to jusiify crime. By this doc- alter the importance of refusing suggested legislation. Fear in- < pas cheete. tin alec fet that the con: sila lk Yes. Sucks
has been given to the decision trine, ~beeause the majority of to give any Government, even if deed in this issue is the only }|sumption of ice cream would increase con-|R° oat Flakes 17 per Canadian Saiz
orth Logie othe decision WEEE att taiaiainnh enine Bout it had -& \Patliamentary ‘majority legitimate sentiment, Fear of at Flakes .17 per Ib. anadian mon
oO consideration to a

siderably if a good quality article at a reason-
able price could be made available. When
surplus milk becomes available, the question
of installing plant for the manufacture of ice
cream will be given consideration.

i Select
Committee the Bill to amend the
Commission of Enquiry Act.
Objection to the Council’s
action seems to be based on a
very erroneous conception of the

hate Negroes, therefore the
lynehing of Negroes is right. It sweeping power as ordering an
is the will of the White majority. enquiry -which “in the “Opinion”
The acceptance of this dangerous of the Governor-in-Executive
fallacy about majority rule, is Committee is in the public inter-
preparation for the suppression est.”

‘ , ; Cook’s Paste .06 per tin
(which ours have not) such a Ice Cream Powder .65 per tin
Pineapple Crush .48 per tin

Carrots .24 por Ib.

subjecting an important power
to the “Opinion” of {the Execu-
tive only, Could there be sound-
er reason for fear, People have
reason to fear Almighty Goi
Should they not fear the creation

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function of the majority in a of the rights of the minority; This assumes two things about of an Almighty Executive. ‘ HOT Fruit Cake ‘in tins

democracy. One can agree with especially that most important the Executive. Committee that The Legislative Comte rowile THE COST OF PROCESSING AND Barley Sugar

the writer who says that the will minority in a democracy, the in- cannot in any circumstance be have Rea: Se eee

of the majority must be aceept- dividual. possibly justified, That it will al- to the | Commission, act oe DELIVERING MILK CROSS weeds

ed in principle; but when he adds One vital cr ways be a_ socially responsible Oe We prac ke is cessi i

“whatever the faith and doc- is the recogennied or Sethe fun body, or alternatively, "an all ence upon the “Opinion” of the The cost of gabe. milk at the Cream-

trine of the majority of the elect- damental and inalienable rights wise body. No Governor-in-Exe- Executive in such a vital matter Jory plus the cost of daily delivering to sub- FINE LIQUORS
; ed” he is clearly not represent- which are not dependent and cutive Committee can be all wise; is so unrealistic as to be dubbed lepots is estimated by the Aluminium Plant

ing democratic principle, Politi- never can be dependent in a and it is certain that under a ignorance”. . . 5 i Gold Braid Rum

cal democracy certainly means democracy, upon the will of what system of democracy, and speci- Democracy is not threatened | 2nd Vessel Company Limited for a 2,000 gal- Sandeman’s Wines

that control of Legislation must party happens to be in. power, No. - —-.ficially.._West-Indian- -democracy, by “ism.” It is jeopardized by ‘on per day “through-put” at 1.25 cents per d J&R Gilbey's: Wines

be in the power of the majority; minority in the World of de- a majority may throw up an those who live under it without . No inf ant ; : an Gilbey’s Wines

but what is infinitely more im- mocracy must be able to pre- Executive Committee that may appreciating that it. is incom- dint. o information is available as to the Humbert’s Dry Sack

portant in a democracy, is not vent the progress of the majority; ‘be “wholly and dangerously ir- parably the most wonderful doc- ost of operating a Creamery under local Sandwi Sparkling Burgundy

only rule, but rights; not only but no majority in the World responsible: If. the “Legislative trine conceived by man for the sonditions, but a t : ; 5? andwich Bread & Cakes Prunier Brandy

power, but justice. Surely the of democracy must have the Council is not to be a brake on fulfilment of his destiny on this , » but a tentative estimate of pro-

caneupe, ee fundamental doc- power to deny the rights — not that eventuality, then. its exis- planet. eessing anid delivering costs on the basis of a .

rine of democracy is to what ex- the privileges—but the rights of tence is superfluous Vv. B. VAUGHAN. ‘thr sh- ” of 9 . E j . GODDARDS -

tent the rights — not the privi- a minority. The rule of aor not Can't naa critics of the Leg- Bridgetown, through Pub oF 2,000 gallons of milk per Phone To day

leges—but the rights of the the “Opinion” of the Executive islative Council realise that when March 16, 1951 Jay amounts to 1.29 cents per pint


TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1951



$5,654,507 VOTED FOR 1951-52

Reece Asks Grant
For R.C. Chureh

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday continued discus-
sion of the Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure, passing
from Head 27 to Head 41 inclusive. Total amount passed to
date is $5,654,507. F
Heads passed yesterday were:— practice at the public abatoir, of
Charges of Debt $158,160; Sub- allowing animals to witness the
sidies and Grants $209,523; Mis- death of others. He thought this
cellaneous Services $285,720; Shouid be siopped. He lauded ine
Income Tax and Death Duties Work the Saivation Army was do-
$201,845; Labour Departmeni 9S and said that in his opinion
$126,417; Department of Highways this denomination should be given
and Transport $626,020; Airport ™¢1e aitenuon by Government.
$44,466; Electric Inspector $17,003; , “4. M. A, Dowding (E) speak-
Hceusing Board $21,940; Peasants’ "8 On tne item “Upkeep of
Loan Bank $24,564; Old Age Pen- 'shways,” said that the large
sioris $475,000; Waterworks ®™Mount of traftic on the ‘nmin
$553,441; Social Welfare $2,756. reads in St. George during me
The House sits again to-day at last \wnree years, coupled with
4.00 p.m. . the unusually heavy rains in
HEAD 27 “Charges of Debt” February last, had put these
for which the sum of $158,160 7084S in a very bad condition.
was asked to. be voted, was tne constant deterioration ’ ot
passed without comment. these roads and the lack of money
Under the Head “Subsidies and ‘0 Put them in order was becom-
Grants’ Mr. O. T. Allder (L) ing one of the largest probiems
made an appeal for further a island.
assistance for blind persons and nen one looked at the amount
mentioned that an Address initi ©“*Pe"aed per mile by tne migh-
ated by him in the House some W4Ys and {ransport and compar-
time ago had been passed to thic © 1t with tne parisn of St. George
effect. and probably others, it would be
Of the Salvation Army, he sad Se that the work carried cut in
that of all the religious denomin- ‘ese parishes was cheaper and
ations in the island, this wa; !" Bis opinion just as good.
definitely doing remarkable work. Incapable
Their activities included the pro; _ The Highways and Transport
vision of a night shelter for men Department had admitted that
and women and this was the they were incapable of handling
means of preventing a large num- any more work, and he thought
ber from sleeping on sidewalks. that must have been the reason
If the grant.of $720 was increased, why the Government this year
it would help them to extend ther had been advised to get estimates
usefulness to the community to of the actual work to be under-
a greater extent. taken by the parishes sent in by
Ms. R. G. Mapp (L) referred them. '
to the item “Imperial War Graves Mr. Dowding went on to draw
Commission” for which $710 was attention to the note in reference
to be voted, and said that he to the item under discussion. Af-
would like to know how this con- ter the amounts allocated by law
tribution was computed. He did the note stated in part: “Fur-
not think that Barbados had so ther expenditure from this item
many war dead as to be called will be subject to the approval of
upon to make such a contr bution the Governor-in-Executive Com-
He would like to see the figure mittee on submission by Highway
reduced to $300 as was the cas€ Commissioners of detailed pro-
in 1948—49, grammes for the year 1951—52.”
Of the item “Barbados Nurses’ This year, said Mr. Dowding,
Association” of which $2,327 was Awas a big one in view of the fact
asked to be voted to assist in the the elections would be taking
maintenance of a District Nurs- place later. On this matter of
ing Centre, Mr. Mapp said that he money for the repair of the roads
would like to know where the he was wondering what the
centre would be established. He amount would be that the Gov-
understood that it was to be at- ernor-in-Executive Committee
tached to the Nurses’ Centre in would give to the parish of St.
Bridgetown, The Nurses’ Associa- George.
tion had been started in Bridge- = pt eee was voted
town and he supposed that most UWhaer ead,
of its services would be confined | Mr. Dowding said that the frct
to this area, He heped, however, that the Commissioners _ of all
that the Government would see the parishes had nothing on
its way to encourage the Associ- Which to create a programme was
ation to extend its services to the aie eee oe, ee he said,
rural areas, especially in those seer asta, mcent it was
Pee ee there were no The work of repairs to roads
Mr. Mapp sotetied to.a Reso- must of necessity be ee ee
lution which had been passed at gt Ap yet BL page hg re
the recent Public Health Officers’ joy, Roar much money’ was
Conference. He said that accord- ranted for repairs, then the
ing to a report in the local press, é ci issioner: would not have
the Resolution had some aston- , SETI Cea a Crone
ishing criticisms of Government ig saad a 8) BOR ,
in it, and betrayed an astonish- Peek
ing state of affairs, The wording .. He said that he re Rie
in part, he said, stated that the liked the Governmiety to mV ee
delegates regarded with alarm re caida Cue coe Rani —
ei’ bythe’ Barbados ‘Government, were occasions inthe past when
etc.. This was very drastic eriti- the Roa ore a a hae
cism of Government, ana S\vcord- Shut oe wot 08 ee ry
ing to the report the meeting was Cause there’ was no y

i ; ar t their programmes.
presided over by the Director of CITY Ou : :
Medical Services. Furthermore. He was hoping that the Leader

i oe : ~' of the House would have been
this officer and the Senior Medi- chla.to wetsthesminds of. his: col-

cal Officer of Health Dr. F. N. , ‘ ‘
Grannum, had been asked to nS a = ae
present this Resolution’ to His Mr. Brane H, ange anion
Excellency what the onourable

1D Member for St. George had to

Mr. Mapp said: “If Civil Ser-
vants from abroad are to be al-
lowed to come here and offer
criticism of Government in pub-
lic, I would like to know to what
state we are coming. We are not
going ahead when we can allow
public servants to join in criti-
cism like this.”

Masters or Servants

Certain hon. members even of
the Opposition had from time to
time said that some Civil Servants
who came here regarded them-
selves as the masters and not the
servants of the Government. He
did not know if the officers men-
iioned had presented the Resolu-
tion to the Governor, but it was
in the interest of their constitu-
tion cf which they were accus
tomed to boast so much, that some
inquiry should be made as to
whether or not they had done so,
This thing was an affront to the
Government and he hoped they
would not allow the matter tu
die.

Mr. F. E. Mille (L) referring
to the item “Barbados Branch—
S.P.C.A.” for which $720 was
asked to be voted said that ha
wanted to draw to the attention
cf Government that it did not
appear to him that this local
branch was really doing their job.
In the country districts one saw
animals carrying huge loads and
limping and that was not expected that way was well spent. 7
to exist in a civilized country. Mr. Reece referred to item 14

Mr. Miller also criticized the ynder Hea XXVIII — ‘Christ

“

say in connection with Head IX.
Speaking of the Y.M.C.A., he
said that that organisation was
expanding and the amount grant-
ed them had been standing for
a number of years. He felt that
now that the Y.M.C.A. has been
removed to new premises, that
it would cost more money for its
upkeep. He was suggesting that
the Government give an increase
in the grant to that organisation.
Mr. Reece (E) agreed with the
Hon. Junior Member for St.
George that the Commissioners of
the various parishes should be told
by the Government how much
money they would be granted so
that they can meke their pro-
gramme. '

Although that was so, he said,
the Commissioners should realise
that they should submit at an
early time, the lists of recom-
mendations to the Governor-in-
Executive Committee so that that
committee would have sufficient
time to consider them. He was
hoping that the Commissioners
would make that their general
policy.

He said that in the parish of
Christ Church, there were many
tenantry roads which were badly
in need of repairs. He realised that

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Church Baby Welfare League
He said that organisations such as
that were doing good work and
they should be given more assist-
ance from the Government. He
spoke of the Y.W.C.A. and the
G.1.U., all of which he said, were
doing good work in the commun-
ity. He felt that they should be
given sufficient assistance from
the Government.

He was glad to see that such

organisations were being recog-
nised.
Referring to tourism, he said

that he wanted to see ail those
interested in tourism get together
and devise means of advertising
this beautiful island. He did not
think that everything should be
left to the Government.
Roman Catholics

Dealing with Item 34 of Head
XXV1il—Roman Catholic Church
—he said that the Roman Catnotic
elementary schools were not con-
sidered because they did not come
under the Education Department.
He was advocating that they be
given consideration in the future.

Mr, Brancker (C) said that he
had heard the Hon, Junior Mem-
ber’s appeal to the Government
for help for the G.I.U., He was
sorry to say that the G.I.U. was
not concentrating on their pri-
mary function, that is, cultural
and social upliftment, but rather
on dances and such like. He was
only throwing out those remarks
as a warning to that organisation.

Dr. Cummins (L) said that it
was the policy of the Government
with regards to the Highways
Commissioners not to give them
any money to play about with as
they had been doing before, He
said that the Government intended
to take strict supervision of money
to be spent in parishes, With re-
gards to organisations, he said that
the Government will go into them

when application is made. The
Y.M.C.A's application to the
Government for assistance was

in the Secretariat, he said.

He said that blind poor people
came under the Old Age Pensions
Act at the age of 40. Recommend-
ations were made to the Govern-
ment asking that that age be re-

viewed. He said that the age
will be reviewed.

Mr. Adams (L) said that it
might be necessary to add_ the

sum $10,000 to Item 40 of Head
XXVITI—B.W.I. Meteorological
Services.

He said that he had noticed an
interview in the press from the
Commissioner of Police insinuat-
ing that the Government had been
lax as regards a request made by
him. He said that it was out of
place for the head of any Govern-
ment Department to criticise the
Government saying that they
could not get so and so done.

No civi] servant, he said, could
tell the Government what policy
they should follow. What might
have been true in the past that
civil servants formulated the
policy of the Government, is no
longer true, he said.

Speaking under miscellaneous,
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker (C) said
Government was expending large
sums of money on Government
printing and Barbados should get
a Government printery. Other
islands in the West Indies had
such printeries and were sur-
prised to hear that Barbados, so
far ahead in other things did not
have a Government printery.

Mr. Wilkinson (E) said that an
increase in that Head was
absolutely wrong. He had been
looking for a reduction,

Mr. G. H. Adams (L) said tha.
they had been investigating what
cost it would be to get such a
printery. But there was q possibil-
ity that a plant might come into
the market which the Govern-
ment might be able to buy at a
smaller rate than normal,

He said that the question of
training Civil Servants waes
engaging the attention of Govern-
ment for sometime. Long before
Commissioner Adams came here
there was an upsurge that Bar-
badians should have the first
chance of filling every post, ex-
cept that of the Governor or
Colonial Secretary.

A list had been made for the
Colonial Office of the number of
Barbadians in the Colonial Service
and the number of Englishmen
in Barbados. It was surprising
how many Barbadians had gone
to posts outside.

The point was made that it
was the policy of the Colonial
Office to give the islanders first
choice when there was a post to
be filled. If there were no local
person suitable to fill the post,
they would go to the other West
Indian Islands, and only as a last
resort get Englishmen. If that
was the policy of the Colonial
Office, surely, he said, it would be

the policy of the Head of the
Administration making recom-
mendations,

Of course they could not take
an untrained man and make him
a statistician.

The Government would come to
ask for more money than they
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as comprehensive as possible, so
that in the event of having to get
a qualified man from abroad, it
would be with the understanding
that it would only be for a limited
time. Meanwhile the !ocal s
would be trained to be able
take over. *

Mr. Brancker said that one did
not protest as much against the
number of imported officials, but
against the quality. The Colonial

Empire had been hdnoured by
having distinguished men who
eould much better fill certain
posts.

Mr, Miller (L) said that he
would like Government to pay

some attention to the films which
were of an educational value. An
instance of the help of such films
was “Bob and Sally”. He thought
that such films should be shown to
all the people even if Government
had to subsidise funds,

Mr. Miller thought, too, that
children of 16 should be allowed
to see the picture and school
children of the upper forms.

Mr, Allder (L) said that some
arrangement should be made with
the authorities so that the picture
could be shown about the country
districts by the mobile cinema,

It- was time, he said, that Gov-
ernment saw to getting some tech-
nical schools. He said that parents
were finding difficulty in getting
their boys apprenticed and Gov-
ernment could get such schools,
The school could be run on its
own,

It had been said, that the plan-
tation section of Seawell was not
a paying concern, He would re-
commen that it be leased or
allowed to be worked on a
co-operative basis by small farm-
ers,

Mr, Mapp (L) said that
British Government should
sider allowing colonials
aboard war ships.

Under this head a new item was
added, Registration of Voters,
$16,000 and $500 was added to
item 52, advisers,

Under Head Income Tax, Mr.
E. D, Mottley said that he had in
and out of season raised the ques-
tion of the insufficient allowance
which was given for children.
With the increased cost of living,
he knew that middle class people
who had children’and were called
upon to pay income tax felt this
allowance very insufficient,

In other colonies in the West
Indies, it was much greater, He
knew that the Opposition could
not amend the Income Tax Bill
to increase this allowance as it
would be a charge on the Treas-

the
con-
to train

ury. But surely everyone knew
that $20 a month was not an
amount in keeping with the in-

creased cost of living for the allow-
ance for children especially at
school age, never mind if ‘they
were at universities,

He was glad that at last the
Leader of the House had promised
him that Government would go
into it, He would say no more,
hut hoped that his _ persistent
knocking would eventually bear
fruit and the middle classes
would be released from their in-
come tax suffering. ;

Another thing was the allow
ance which was made to married
and single men. He considered
$100 insufficient for a married
man and $60 not enough for a
single man, He thought that these
exemptions should be increased
due to the cost of living.

Mr. Ward (E) also agreed that
the middle class should be re-
leased from hé#?ing to pay heavy
taxation and that $20 per month
was not a sufficient allowance for
a child,

Mr. J. E. TT. ‘rancker (C)
speaking on Head 32, Department
of Highways and Transport, said
there was justification for the
complaints heard from the un
established staff at that depart
ment, When holidays came
around, or persons even in private
employ had the chance to go to
cricket or races without detriment
to their pay envelopes, the sar
was not true of members of th
unestablished staff at the Depart—
ment of Highways and Transport.>

Where this staff was concerned,
Mr. Brancker said, the Govern=
ment should reconsider the re=
muneration given in the key scale.
An adequate increase in that scale
to meet the increase in the cost
of living was needed.

Referring to parish roads, Mr.

Brancker urged Government to
see the wisdom of having a man
to look after those roads on be
half of the Government or the
staff of the Government, instead
of a man on contract from month
to month, and not knowing how
much longer his services would
be required.
Mr. Ward (EF) spoke in favour
of increased pay and retrospec-
tive pay for members of the un-
established staff, Those people
felt they were justified in asking
for such an increase in view of
the fact that the regular schedule
wage of people of that category
in private employment had been
increased,

Mr. Ward said that where the
East Coast Road was concerned,
he felt that there were many
other things more helpful to the
people that needed doing before
the East Coast Road was started.

Mr, Bryan (L) asked Govern-
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ment, similar to tnat used, say, by
tne ‘relephone and Electric Com-
Lunies, Lisvead of tne payment of
aun allowance of three cents
mile,

Mr. Bryan also criticised the
Head of the Department's failure
to appoint an Inspector of High-

a

ways. He said that a p
employee had proved himself
eminentiy suited for the post but
had been overlooked. That
should be remedied,

Mr. Mapp (L) endorsed Mr.

Bryan's latter remarks and went
on to speak of the constuction of
temporary bridges in St. Andrew.
He said the quality of that work
jeft much to be desired.

Mr. W. W. Reece CE) also
spoke in favour of the repairing
of tenantry roads. Continuing he

said Government should = sink
more drains, since with the
macadamising of roads, water

now ran not in many of the ex-
isting drains, but on the adjoin-
ing land of peasants, making both

the lands and the house on it,
almost uninhabitable,
Mr. Reece also said that the

Government should ask the Tele-
phone and Electric Companies to
plan their programme of work so
that one would not dig up a road
and put it back in a month and
have the other company digging
up the same road soon after

Mr. Miller (L) asked Govern-
ment to scrap the idea of con-
erete bridges in the country dis-
tricts, and to use metal bridges
instead,

Mr, Adamy (L) said that it was
the duty of honourable members
to call on the Government to re-
move any officer if he was doin
wrong.

Hcnourable members would be
doing wrong if they got up anc
gave the impression that the
Administration was doing an in-
justice to a particular individual

It was idle for members not t
see that psychologically nothin;
could be more stupid to be con-
Stantly telling someone to give
# particular individual a job.

He
Harris,

was sure that neither Mr
nor Mr, Minett woulc
thank honourable members foi
what they had said, A Civi
Servant had a perfect right to gc
to a politician on behalf of his
class or group, but for a postmar
to come along and say he shoulc
be chief postman of a particula
parish would be mere stupidity

If honourable members wantec
to help their friends, it would be
better for them to keep their
mouths shut.

Mr. Gill (E) drew to Govern-
ment’s attention the state o
disrepair of the roads in St, An-
drew like Spring Vale, Cane Gar-
den Road, St. Simon's which was
broken in two places and the one
at Lakes, the worst of all.

He said that the people in St
Andrew were suffering badly.
They had their crops in the dis-
tricts but could not get them out
and he was appealing to Govern-
ment to give them some aid in
this respect.

With regard to the Lakes Road,
he felt that it should be demolish-
ed and a new road should be
built for the benefit of the suffer—
ing publie of the parish.

Speaking under item 24 dises
tablished staff, Mr. Gill said that
during heavy rains, he found that
watchmen employed by the High-
ways and Transport Department
had to be out in the weather
without any protection.

He did not see why the Depart-
ment could not erect some huts to
be transported from one place to
the other in order to protect these
people from the weather.

The head was eventually pass—
ed,

Under Head XXXIV, Electric
Inspector for which the sum of
$11,003 was asked, Mr, Wilkinson
(E), Said that year after year
they were spending a lot of
fnoney, $10,000 for technical
equipment for this department
and he wanted to know what the
®quipment was required for.

Unless he could get some satis-
factory explanation from the hon-
ourable member for St. Joseph, he
was going to move that this vote
be reduced by $5,000.

Mr. Adams replying said that
at the Estimates Committee they
met the Electric Inspector, who
said the amount of $10,000 only
represented one-fourth of what he
wanted

They had reduced the amount
from $40,000 to $10,000 until he
could persuade them that the items
asked for were essential

They were perfectly satisfied
that the present amount was the
bare minimum for doing the job
that that officer under the Act wag
required to have,

He asked honourable members
to believe that the members of the

Executive and the Estimates Com- i$
\

Inspector | x

n ittee started out with the assump-
tion that the Electric
was asking for too much and the
emount fixed could not be reduced

iny further. In that amount, pro Re
vision was made for a D.C. high!
tension testing machine which was | s
to test the wiring of |

5

required

The head was passed.



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951-52.
Mr. Adams laid the following

Report of the Seawell Airport Com-
mittee

Statement showing the amounts ac-
vanced by the Government of Barbados
and the amounts received from Ri
Majesty's Government in the United
Kingdom under the provisions of the
Colonial Development and Welfare Act
for the period ended on the 3ist of D>»
cember 1950, in respect of the several

articular | Schemes sanctioned by the Legislature

West Indian Conference
sion

The following notices were given

Mr, Adams: Bill to grant a sum of
money out of the public Treasury and io
appropriate the same for the service of
se ending on the 31st day of March

Mr, Adams: Resolution to place the
sum of Seven Thowsand Dollars at the
disposal of the Governor-in-Executive
Committee for the purpose of making an
interest-free: loan to the Natural Gs
Corporation

The House adjourned to 4.00 p.m
day

Fourth Se.-

te



Boxing Finals

With a view to sending a boxing
team to Trinidad for the Carib-
bean Boxing Tournament the Bar-
bados Amateur Boxing Associa-
tion held their finals at the
Modern High School last night,

Apart from these a delightful
exhibition was given between Kid
Ralph and Al Mauler.

The results were as

follows: Bec

Brown 127 Ibs. lost to Leroy Brown bs
T.K.O. P.C. Payne 154 Ibs. vs Kid Hind:
153 Ibs. draw. R. Cutting 123 Ibs. de
feated E. Grannum 120 Ibs. on points
R. Gittens 110 Ibs. won by T KO
over Joe Cutting 109 Ibs. Sammy Hayne:
135 Ibs. defeated Morvan Richards 147
Ibs. on points. Bunny Shepherd 130 Ibs
vs. Cally Mottley 130 Ibs. no decision
Hutson Inniss 124 Ibs. defeated Daniel
Frank 124 Ibs. on points. Clarence 148
Ibs. sirenten Kid Barry 147 Ibs. by

TK
the BABA

Today
the representatives who

Trinidad

TONKING GETS
GOVERNOR

SAIGON, March 19,
Bao Dai, head of Vietnam state
to-day appointed as Health Min-
ster Dang Huu Chi, former
french Army medical officer, as
Governor of the northern pro-
vince of Tonking threatened by
rebels, according to usual re-

dable Vietnamese sources here,

will announce
wil go to



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CLAS SIFIE D AD S PUBLIC NOTICES —§ Adenauer Will Spain’s Chances Harbour Log

Téj cents per agate tine on week-days .
TELEPHONE 2508 | nee oohazae, $1.30 on week-days follow Non-Party Or Joining Atlantie In Carlisle Bay

















@nd 12 cents per agate line on Sundays, |
ARRIVALS







pees —— 2 2 » S.S. Alcoa Pegasus, 3,931 tons net
The charge for announcements of R REN NOTICE Forei nn Policy Pact Lessened ‘| Capt. Morgan, from Halifa ia 3t.
ons (ee ae av ae Fo T ng re the estate of & Lucia rer, m] cen :
ements, and In Memoriam notices is mimum charge week 72 cents and JGH CLARENCE CLARKE FRANKFURT are 5 : . §.S. Laurentian Forest. 4.243 tons
$1.50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays| 96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24 (deceased) Dr on KFT RT, March 3 By Barcelona Strikes Capt. Rodger, from Trinidad
for any number of words up to 50, and! words 3 cents a word week—4 Cents aj NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that »1!/ i a Sonrad Adenauer, Wes Schooner Zenith, 70 tons net, Capt
: cents per aoe om vanars a word Sundays. persons having any debt or elains| German Chancellor who this week LONDON, March 17 Tomnis, from 8 Vingenst
Cents Per WOFd ON SUNAAYS FOr CACN | een against the Estate of Hugh Clare e] @iso WOK Over the new C of p recent tis rbance in American Yacht Buckaroo, 17 tons
additional word. HOUSES 4 Clarke, deceased, late of Hart's Gap, in] Foreign Minister said in aan Te saree pig oo ‘ne ot cn it ring [Bet Capt. Akers, from Miami via
For Births, Marriage or Engagement the parish of Christ Church in this Islai 1| &n Minister said in a r arceiona during the cost 0! Ving | Trinidad

announcements in Carib Calling the | ~~j,,,.«n07 ~~ Agua| “ho died on the Sth day of Octobr! VieW published here to-day, that] general strike have strengthened Schooner Beiqueen, 44 tons net. Capt.|
charge 14 20) fir ety uuenber of words CUARTOS—Con muebles mucros, Agua 7. © cto

1 = ‘i 1950, intestate, are ested t r lhe w oulc ‘ a n-pdrt riew i 3ri iplomatic | King. from St. Vinceni
up to-60 and 6 cents per word for esch | Ctante Con alimentacion—Se : e requested to send in} fi ould pursue a no pa y|the view in British diplomatic .





P| _ "ie vy > ss J â„¢ ner, 3.83 ons net,
edditional word. Terms cash. Fhone 2508 * pancl—Telefono: buble 16.3,5)-78n. or tr enaehed = Sate ae *; foreign policy * quarters that it would not be] ¢, pt Peciecwe, areal Trinidad, }
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 2113 for Death) ~“ceN ERME” Seaside Tesidence,| C/O Haynes & Griffith, Solicitors. N _The Chancellor leader of the] desirable to admit the Government M.V. Athelbrook, 286 toms net, Capt
Pathsheba, to approved tenants. Avail- = High Street. Bridgetown, on or b-- right wing Christian Democfats| of General Franco to the Atlantic — oe Pg tay elas ‘
able m1 ore ie n day of May, 1951, aft j . » . Schooner Fas ne 35 «tor n |
DIED quttecy estat eeu ae a which date I shall proceed to distribu’. | pwede amg edhe ae in the German | Pact. Capt. De Roche, from Grenada
iim 4, Mi. 16.3.51—t1.n.| the assets of the deceased among tie! CO2lition Government told an Following the recent statement] Schooner Laicilie M. Strith, 74 t
parties entitled thereto having regu || independent Frankfurt newspaper | to Congress by United Nations. net. Copt. Massell, from British Guis
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from Beckles Road to the Westbury Black Rock all conveniences. Apply on
Cemetery. premises to Mr, Vere Lewis.

Austin Weatherhead, 15.2.51—T.F.N.



foreign policy, peace gud! Secretary of State Acheson, that —aetunes

have had notice and I will not be lab Schooner Adalina, S tons net, Capt

for the assets or any part thereof | our existence gre at stake. This) his Government definitely fav-| Pemming, for St. ‘Lucia
distributed to any person of whose dévt | takes precedent over all domestic! cured bringing Spain into Atlantic | Schooner Marion Belle Wolfe, 74 tons

CF im «T shall not then have hit! and especially all party consider-| defence, the whole matter is un- {et Cant. Every, for British Guia
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| ations : Schooner Henwy D. Wallace, 74 tons
And all persons indebted to the sai) | 2tions. derstood to have been re-examined | net, Capt. Wallace, for St.’ Vincent

estate are requested to settle their sa i| He said he nad taken over the] by British military experts and by | MV. Athelbrook, 286 tons net, Capt.

indebtedness without delay | Foreign Ministry, permitted fo: | Gover inisters Cook, for Trinidad
Dated this 27th day of February, !%!.) the > PD 7Overnment ministers.

brua: first time since the war, In the ideological field the ° 5 | by British West Ind
THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE, e f L gica ie h | ien
Qualified Administrator of the Estate largely because of his experience | British Government continues tc Ships In Touch With Airwoys enable you ¢ ; h

Hugh Clarence Clarke, in negotiations with the Alliec| hold that to be anti-Soviet is not Barbados Coast Station © enjoy a short vacation

decessed. _., | High Commission. sufficient qualification for admis- in neighbouring Coribbean Islands over the
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The Chancellor |

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a ceeiiael a ial : that they can now communicate with the | i ake your choice and
NOTICE never offered Western powers} seen from London as a defence | following ships through their Barbados BOOK Now
State of erman troops. association of like-minded states | Coast Station ;

WILLIAM JORDON On the question of West Ger-! pledged to concepts of political | 5S. Statesman, ss Subadar. s













Deceased many’s desire for full sovereignty , liberty and tolerance Chrysanthy, ss, Fort Amherst, 5,5

friend. % y » ot a ane re ney - . Te 7 . Dragon, ss. Gascogne, s.s. Sunrell, s.4

Leave to mourn Ivy Jackman PUBLIC SALES geiie ase eo GEM oad SR pe AS a prerequisite to full partner From the military standpoint, it |Casablanca, 5.5. Alcoa Pegasus, s.s

(dangnter). Prank Jackman (son-in-| | ren cents per agate tine on week-days! ing the estate of William Jordon tate oi; “4p With other nations, and the| is doubted here whether Bp Arrinh, | ME: Fe Ee ee meme Baio,

lawhs:, nwane rene ee ne ian | ond 3 conte Per aoate line on Sundays, Upper Carlton in the parish of Sait ‘| western view that Germany | military contribution wouid be a |Aiot hy Urywuay, Ss, Seabord Enter
‘ Ss alia} more ’ nr < = . oi a A is ce : aA .

Pears nephew Pdaer cin | Rearel Ee ce uate on week-days reuse, wee ‘oe cate lee should first prove herself a good| very substantial one, Mruretania, ss, Auriga, ss, Lady Rocnes







quired to send in particulars of ther, P&!tner before being granted equal] General Felipe Acedo was ap- | * m Alcoa Doanies , ta Mating 3s
claims duly attested to me Edgar Briggs] treatment, he said: “I believe this] peinted Civil Governor of Barce-| P°lres: **: Rufina, ss. :

Jordon ¢/o Messrs. Hutchinson & Ban-{ discordant note can be cut ®y]lona ar ner: e Fa
field, Solicitors, James Street, Bridge- aoe oe nd General Rafael Hierro

town on or before the 15th day of April making freedom and partnership | was made Inspector General of Rates Of Exchange
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96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24/90 the spot AT BECKWITH STREET | 1951, after which date I shail proceed} @ reality in a system of mutual! police forces following Monday's
words $ cents a word week—4 cents al TODAY at 1 o'clock P.M. a double to distribute the assets of the said estate / agreements.” strike, MARCH 19, 1951
seeel a ; roofed house 24 x 12 x 8 small house} omong the parties entitled thereto » Sc t li snauer Strikers he ome >¥r cane
word Sundays 12 x 8 x 6, shop 12 x 8 x 8 rented out in| having regard to the debts and claims c: yd on = mumen Plan, Adenaiier Strikers had de manded the re- Cheques on BRITISH W

rvoms, produces’ $7.04 per week, land| only of which I shall then have had} Said lis also is an example of] moval of Barga Alegria, Civil 64 9/10% pr. Bankers 6% @/10% p

=r rent $2.50 per quarter. Land can be| notice and that I shall not be liable for! Success, patience and determina- Governor up to the time of the Demand
AUTOMOTIVE rented. Terms CASH ON FALL. OF | the assets so distributed to any person! tion. for the negotiations wera] strike te. Dents eres bs B.WI i
- HAMMER. of whose debt I shall uot have had[ po? tifficul ; , > Sight Drafts 62 6/10% pr -W.LA. Bridgetown
CAR—One Singer Roadster, in good R. ARCHER McKENZIE, notice at the time of such distribution. | /0Ng and difficult.—Reuter. 64 9/10% pr. Cable
working rs order. Apply: REDMAN & Auctioneer And all persons indebted to the said 63 4/10% pr. Curreney @1 4/106 pr
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PP. Qualified Administrator of the Estate B SE ZURICH, Monday. MAIL NOTICES
8569, 18.3.51—2n, By. instructions received, 1 will sell of William Jordon, dececsed. A breakaway Communist Party Mai) D 1 PING NOTICES
on ursday 22nd at the office of the 7,.2.51—4n 4“ ‘ me ” Mails fo ominien, Antigua, Mont

CAR—1938 Buick “Special” good econ-| General Motor Bus Co., Nelson Street ’ HONG KONG wae independent of the Kremlin serrat, Nevie and St, Kitts by the M \
dition. Apply: Gall, Telephone 8439. one Austin A-70, 1060 Mocel, donc i aU ig ee ata 1 KONG, March 17. | has been formed here. A meeting | Guribbee will be closed nt the Cen cal

17.3.51—8n.] urder seven thousand miles (damaged NOTICE ee Russia is turning Hai-| of Swiss Communists in Zurich (Post Office as under
_— — —— jin accident). Sale at 2 9m. Terms man Island off the Chinese main-| unanimously decided to constitute | . PARCEL Mail at 4 p.m, (TO-DAY) 20t
ELECTRICAL cash inicailede alee | BARBADOs. land into an important military] 2 “real Communist Party” which | March 1851, venereal Mal, a¢¢| MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW | ({=——====
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ONAN—Lighting Plant, 12-15 volts Auctioneer, |1N THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS/base, according to .the China} will present its own list of candi-| arch. lee ZEALAND LINE, LIMITED
30 amps, 400 watts, with lamps and 17.3.51—5n. IN the matter of FLANTATIONS |Union Press and Agency, wlich| dates in the coming elections this} Molls for British Guiana by the 8S OLANZ. LINE) The MV “CARIBREE" will
spares. A, Barnes & Co. Lid Ee re claims to have correspondents in| spring for the Upper Chamber, _ |? CA ate ee pi meee ]| Doreinice *amtigue, mrcktiever
‘ UR TH ILV mee Communist China, The new organisation whicn | Pt OMee as under:- M.S. “TONGARIRO™ fs scheduled to Nevis and St. 3

; ‘ a ; 9 ee ied : 3 | : Si Parcel Mail at 10 a.., Flegistered Mai! aa ae ; . eee an St. Kitts. Sailing
FURNITURE UNDER E Ss L ER IN the ne of os sanienies grado Russia furthering its world| ::on-Comn unist Unions. at 1.30 pam, and Ordinary ‘Mall at 2.90 neue son Sra aa ee | Wednesday 21st inst
saeaitdiiiainanikeaaisendnea: nats Anikedinsanaeeannie, Re ae A etition | a a , a > nie fi 2 . al b ' . : -

RAS A a ee HAMMER nore B is herel y eiven ut 8B i sear t al ee the Sanh Reuter pm. TO-DAY) 20th March 1951 iving at Barbados early April, 198). |
lent condition, suitable for Restaurant, By recommendations of Lloyds Agents | presented to His Honour the Chief Judge! * @Ciic,” had on arch 1 sent a] ——-——~ ae _This vessel has ample space for Hard The M/V “DAERWOOD" will
at Manhattan Club at 12 noon to-day.] we will sell on WEDNESDAY the 21st of the Court of Common Pleas by the further contingent of 40 advisers! paneneieiieniataes earn ——'~ | Frozen and General cargo | accept Cargo and Passengers for

20.3.51—1n]} at DaCosta & Co., Ltd. warehouse Cavan | above-named company to confirm an and technicians to further the Cargo accepted on through Bills of St, Lucia, Grenada, and Aruba,
Lane 61 BAGS FLOUR. Sale 12.30 | alteration of the said company's objects building on airstrips nd naval Lading with transhipment at Trinidad and Passengers only for St
LIVESTOCK BRANKER TROTM Destairek 0 Tas cateeby Monee on the Edad: ks “Aguncy| WwW L GAS ond Leeward folande eso Vindware | i] Mineent, Date of Departure to )
» resolution o e compar; unanimousiy ases > Isle : 2 1y ond Leeward Islands be notified
COW—L ly had f th Wf. 2 t BRANKER, TRO Rees Passed at an extraordinary general mee\- declared j NE NATURA G ol
Lately had fourth calf. 26 pints *ling of the said company held on the} R sgfor further particulars apply B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS
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traordinary general meeting of the said installed at your Gas Co ay 5 | a COS & CO. L’ he i c

GOAT and Ewe Kid (7 weeks old) for REAL ESTATE company held on the 12th day of Jan-! ae 2 The above Plant will now Trinidad Barbados } Consignee. Tele. No. 4047
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i f WANTED will be furnished to any such person These nations could then dis- pequickly es the & TRINIDAD % Halifax,
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2222. 20.3,51—2n —F eneral office work with] tion of the Bye-Election rived here this evening from x hate WwW "1 ee oa
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PAGE EIGHT



Vamoose Outsails Cyclone

Wins Fifth

(By Our Yachting Correspondent)
TEDDY HOAD'S Vamoose had an extremely success-
ful weekend. Apart from winning the “C” Class race at the

Fifth Regatta on Saturday,

she returned to Carlisle Bay on

Sunday morning and, with her grace and speed, defeated

the other boats in the fifth T¢

On Saturday

she was sailed by ]Gyelone and Zephyr and reg

yrnado.trial run.

ihea

Tony Head but on Sunday. Teday ‘his lead. He was first aroung: ui
was at the helm. He sailed) her (mark; Coming around second..was
magnificently and his judgment! Cyclone Wut it struck tite "mark
in tacking was good. By scoringJand dropped out. Zephyr wa:
these victories Vamoose, has so]third then Thunder, Tempe. ;} anv
far, closed the chapter to Cyclone’s | Swansea, far. behind. Udril . hac
streak of victories already stopped out

Unfortunately Cyclone was dis-
qualified after striking the mark
off the Harbour Polite pier in the

the race.

I however feel that even if Cy-
clone did not strike this mark aia

nad completed tne race, she stitl
would have been whipped: .by
Vamoose and perhaps vack Lea-
cocks Zephyr.
Fine Day
It was a beautiiml aay for Tor-

nado racing. The wind was fairly | gun”

strong and the boats sailed south
abcur—the same cuurse as in tne
previcus races, Seven boats
started, Breakaway is still await-
ing gq rudder and Maurice Leach
did not race Comet.

Only one acciaent marred the
racing, Ivan Perkins was sailing
Edrii nicely but after going arouac
the western mark in the secona
round the jib stay chain plate
broke away and Edril was forcea
to drop out. It was eventually
towed into the beach by tne In-
termediate boat Gnat.

Of Swansea all [ can say is that
Teddy MacKinstry reefed too
much. He carried a crew of three
and with that weight he certain)»
could have given Swansea al) the





Trial Run
|

Vamoose kept up her lead and

j was first around the western mark

in the last round. Zephyr heiu

second round She dropped out of!second position all the time enc

Thunder third. Tempest. was
fourth and Swansea dropped out

After- going around the westera
mark Vamoese again took a south-
ern course and the other boats fol

north ' again
soon around the
Harbour Police
“piven the
next then

pest which satled
Vamocse was

off the
and eventually

Zephyr finished
Thunder and Tempest.

The Committee of Management
of the Tornado Association is ex-
pected to meet shortly and it will
fix the date for the First Tornado
Regatta.

The Results were as follows:—

The results were as follows:

mark
pier

Yacht Started Time Flapsed Plac*
‘a.m.) hrs. mins, secs
Vimooase 10.4f 1 2 30 1
Zephyr 10.48 1 4 10 2
Thunder 10.48 1 8 28 3
Tempest 10,48 1 10 10 4
Cyclone 10.48 D.N.F
( 10,48 D.NF
10.48 D.N-F
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Savannah Club

mainsail, By the end of the secon.| Pennis Tournament

round she was away behind the

others and dropped out of the YESTERDAY'S -adale

race, P. McG Sastacpon raat A. Berja-
Zephyr was the only bw it, after | min 6—2: 6—4

Cystane dropped ah) ; tp ave Mrs, C. S ‘eae ana Wien e I. Skinner

Vamoose any stiff opposition, Sh€| peat Mrs, D. Worne and Mrs, E. P. Tay

finished second, a minute and 40] lor 6—1,; 6—3. :

seconds behind Vamoase. John 1,24". & Rater! at ates Paun

Bladon sailed Thunder very well’g 9. 6—3. ~

in the early rounds but in the finaly aaa gc annie crf Ad sod Manin |

round, perhaps because no other | peat Missy 1. Lenagan and R. $. Nicholls

boats were near to offer opposi- | 4-3; 6—2, |

tion, she slowed up considerably. |, Miss, 3, Wood and J; D Seeeoe a

She finished third, four minutes | ¢_3 F .

and 18 seconds behind Zephyr. ne tes eee echt ioat Grip

The performance of Tempest was
not as good as in her first trial run
Colles Coe brought her in: fourth
a minute and 42 seconds after
Thunder,

On a whole the race was nearly
as good as the first—each round
averaging a little over 20 minutes
First. to start was Cyclone but
Swansea was first around the
beagle. On the run for the westerr
mark Zephyr overtook Swanse
and went into the lead, Tedd;
Hoad brought Vamoose out of thr
centre of the group and was firs’
around the western mark, followed

by Zephyr, .Yempest, Thunder,
Swansea, Edvil and Cyclone.
Error

It was shortly after this that
Teddy Hoad made his only error
of the race, Vamoose and Tempese
sailed north while ail the other
hoats tacked south. The southern
course assisted them and when
they did tack north again Cyclone
and Zephyr were able to cut across
the bows of Vamoose and Tem-
pest, First around the mark off the
Harbour Police pier was Cyclone,
followed by Zephyr with Vamoose
third, then Thunder, Edril Tem
pest and Swansea ‘

Cyclone was first to complete
this round, followed closely by
Zephyr. Third was Vamoese and
Thunder was next. After going
around the beagle in the second
round Zephyr went ahead of Cy-
clone but not for long. Cyclone
was first to make ‘the western
mark with Zephyr close behind
and then Vamoose and Thunder.
Zephyr had Cyclone covered at
every track and they both took
the same courses,

Teddy Hoad, however, taking
heed from the lesson he learnt in
the first round, took a southern
course immediately after going
around the western mark, He came
right in and then tacked north
again, heading straight for the
mark off the Harbour Police pier
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Bernes and A, M, Wilson 6—3; 6—4
TO-DAY'S FIXTURES

Ladies’ Singles
Mrs. C. 8. Lee vs. Mrs, A. Warren
Men's Singles
Dr. C. G, Manning vs, P. MeG. Patter-
son

G. H. Manning vs. J. D, Trimingham
F. D. Barnes vs, J. H. C. Edghill
Ladies’ Doubles
The Misses Bowen vs. Miss
and Miss I. Leragan,
Men's Doubles
HE. the Governor & Hon. R. Challenor
vs. R. S, Nicholls & T, A, Gittens

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Water Polo
And Swimming

The Barbados Amateur Water
Polo and Swimming Association
which was formed m 1947 are
holding their annual genera! meet-
ing to-morrow afternoon at 5
o'clock at the . Barbados Aquatic
Club. | Besides the six clubs in the
association, Snappers, Flying Fish,
Barracudas, Bonitas, Swordfish,
and Police, it is understood that
Y.M.P.C. and Carlton will be
sending representatives to the!
meeting.

_—_——

Anyone interested in the game
is invited especially representa-
tives from schools, Harrison Col-
lege, Lodge, ete. |

One of the items on the agenda
is the formation of a girls’ league. |
After the Trinidad ladies’ tour to
Barbados in November, Water
Polo among the ladies has become
increasingly popular, the local |
girls performing very well against |
the Trinidad ladies in November.
if there is a good turn out of the
fairer sex at tomorrow afternoon's
meeting, there is no reason why at
least four teams cannot be formed, |

The 1951 season will probably
begin sometime in May and with
a tour to Trinided on this year's
programme of activities, competi-
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should he exceptionally keen,







Grenada Beaten

SR. ee TD

J, Siecle gave the best per-
formance for Grenada in the
Table Tennis tournament which
took place at the Y.M.C.A,. last
night between members of ihe
visiting St. George's team and

Barbados.

The results were as follows :—
A.. Renwick (Grenada) lost to
Ramsay 13—21; 9—21 Steele
(Grenada) defeated Leslie 21—18,
9—21; 21-—13 A Renwick
(Grenada) lost to M, Murray
15-21; 20—22 J. Husbands
(Grenada) lost to Alleyne 9—21;
20-22. Steele (Grenada) lost to
Gocding 18—21; 21—18; 17—~—21.
Husbands (Grenada) lost to
Worrell 26—24; 13— I—21.

Seige pierre belle





lowed with the’ exception of Tem | ,



STEELE, the Grenada custodian,

from the right wing for Barbados.



BARBADOS

ON THE ALERT

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prepares to-.save
three—one,

after Drayton took a corner

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+B. ‘Grant; S,. Browne; H
rena a e eat | Cadogan, R. St. C. Hutchinson
C. Gittens; J. Williams; N. Luca
G, Wilkes; D. Johnson and W
â„¢ 6 7 Drayton
ea mM Referee: D. W. Sayers. Lines
men: O. Graham and L. F. Har
ri
THE visiting St. George’s football team scored a three |
one defeat on an Island XI at Kensington yesterday ev je-| FOOTBALL
ning. The game was fast and interesting during the last|
ten minutes of the second half.
The first half was slow and at headed the ball goalwards but it |
times bored the large crowd struck the cross bar and re—{ YDDN TAUD
that attended. The Grenada] bounded. Tony Renwick, who was GRENADA foi Rh
players were however more ener- running in from the wing headed
getic and during the Jast half/it into an open goal |
especially they were quick in| Ina few minutes the visitors went | Return Match
getting the ball and clearing|into the lead. Berkeley took a!
ag ooh 8 - a | eee grounder from well out B ¢
James uhams at left wing!side the goal area. After beating | b d vs d
for the island, scored the only|Smith the ball struck the left up- arbados renada
goal shortly after the game be- right and entered the nets. ON eee AY 21ST
gan. It was a lovely tap in MARCH, 1951 AT 5 P.M
which found Steele, the visiting : During ml last minutes the f ou
| cusiodian, out of position. jtempo of the game quickened. se 2
Pan Grenada Tony Renwick | Barbados attacked constantly but ADÂ¥"SSION
on the right wing shot the|encountered a stubborn defence
equaliser in the second hal{.|!" the Grenada area. Grenada! Kensington Stand 2/.
Berkeley at centre forward;| vent further into the lead when : : :
sent his team into the lead with|Tony Renwick cut in from the| Geerge Challenor Stand 2
a lovely grounder from well] right wing. The ball, which was y We :
outside the area. Tony Renwick|travelling across the goal, struck Uncovered Stand :
featured in the third goal. He sent Grant $ knee and entered the nets Crounds 6d
in a hard shot from the right The teams were as follows: —
wing and the ball came across Grenada: Steele, R. Renwick}
the goal, struck Grant's knee} (Capt.); Callendar; R. Knight; | Note:-—S. nig :
and.entered the nets. Cummins; Husbands; Berkeley;} Note;—Season Tickets no

The Game

took the touch off
with the Island defending the|
northern goal. “The visitors were
first to attack and nearly opened

Grenada

their account when Tony Renwick |
centered from the right wing. j
Smith, in goal for the island;
was out of position. Berkeley
received the ball but failed to
score.

Barbados opened their account

when Wilkes, at centre forward;
received the ball from one of the
halfs, He quickly passed to}
Williams who took a shot. The|
ball struck Steele and rebounded |
but Williams, who was following |
it up, tapped it into te goal. |

After the touch off the Grenada;
forwards went through and
Perkeley took a shot which went
wide of the goal. The visitors
were later awarded a corner and}
the kick was taken by Tony Ren.!



wick. The ball came in. nicely
end Berkeley took a_ beautiful!
shot while standing with his!

back towards the goal but Smith!
saved,

Half time found Barbados still!
in the lead. On resumption Gren:-|

ada got the equaliser when}
| Berkeley centred. Fletcher

—_—-

Return Football

Match To-morrow |
THE Grenada



Football Team‘
will meet another Barbados X!
tomorrow afternoon at Kensing-
ton. A Colony team was defeated
yesterday ana to—morrow’s returi
game will be a struggle to decid
the better side.

The Barbados team is:—

S. 1, Srnith (Capt.), (Empire):
E. W. Grant (Empire); W. Gib-
bons (Spartan); C. G. Alleyne
(Empire); H. C. Cadogan (Spar
tan); C: O. Gittens (Spartan):
J. Williams (Harrison College);
N. Lucas (Carlton); G. Wilkes
(Lodge); C. Blades (Everton):
and §, Chase (Spartan)

—

BOXER DIES

(From Our Qwn Correspondent)

POR'T—OF-SPAIN, March 16.



G Mann a featherweight
boxer died at the Colonial Hos-
pital this) morning. Mann is
reported to have been in an
unconscious state after being
knocked out in his elimination
bout with M _Feroza iast night.





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Moon (Full) Merch 23
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TUESDAY, MARCH M, i3i HVRRADOS WIVOCATE r\(.i nvi: $5,654,507 VOTED FOR 1951-52 ESTIMATES Reece Asks Grant For R. C. Ch u rch C. I l ..I. i. MN THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY vesterday continued discusdoin <^ *'* '" he rommunsion of the Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure, passing ">' Hr v £ ,h f ^ %  nould ** Church Baby Welfare League as < .11 ,-oMible, so Hr laid thai organisations men as thai in the event of having logei thai were doing good work and qualified man fun attend, it they should be given more assistwould be with ihe understanding ance from the Government He lf, "< would only be for j limited ipoke of the Y W C A and the ""• Meanwhile the local Maf> *—ild be trained to be able m Bra.irkn Highways and Transport Department) similar to tnat used, say, by tna lesepnone and nactfat LOIUt mm, uuuead ol ine payment ot :'. sjieerenea ai Awes cent mile. \it Bryan also .uiutacd the Head ol tnc Urpaitnur %  %  appoint an Inspector of Higninclu and Expenditure, passing ^-.SS^'JZJZTh^ -i,w much ago.,,,, S',.,,' n '.YT panic <• Total amount passed to .^Government "* fiom Head 27 to Head 4 Jilt.-is J5.6M.507. H-MM glad Heads passed yesterday were:— practice al the public abaluir. of organisations were being reeogCharges of Debt $158,160; Suballowing animals to witness the nised. Sidles and Grant* 920H.523; MisUeath ol others He thougnt ittis Referring to tourism, he said ccllaneous Services $285,720 MMHIKI ue .ovpeu Ik Uuued .fie that he wanted to see -II those worst the Saivation Army was aointerested in tourism get together WO u mg and saul that in his opinion and dev.se means of adverti.uiK J^JSatmTS^nL^LJSt time nMuiminaiinn iHmiin K-..,... lhl .„.„..,..,, .,!-„w. ,..,. .* 5 '* %  '"•* a*mion lo me films which island He did not wr „ Q f an educational val Income Tax and Death Dutlei $201,645; Labour Departmcni 9126.417, Department of Highways and Transoort $6211.020; Airport $44,466: Electric Inspector $17,003: Htu-ir.fc Board 111,140; Peasant agnlnal the quallt) TI.. %  %  art I ftnoun d faq istlngulshed men win 4MI Id much belter fill eertail posts. Miller (Lt said that ha this denomination should be I ruion by uoveriimeiii. %  • %  -. II \ I'-aiiu it;) •(...-. tnc item "UpKeep of Loj>. Bank $24,594; Old Age Pen"'fhways, said that the large 4475.000. Waterworks •mount of traftlc on the m eggl Ml Social Welfare $2,756. last Tho Hcuse sits again to-da. 4 no p.m. HEAD J7 %  Ch.ni?. C ]), % %  ,i %  for wiioh the gun c.f $158,160 was a*kcd to be voted, was paiaed without coma I Under the Head %  Sul C.i.mtMr 0 T Adder r He WttS advocating tnat tney be mese roads and ine tack oi money given consideration m the luiun to put 1MB la ordeC was becomMr. Rranrker it') said lhat he ing one ol tne largest problem:. "•! neard tne Hon. Junior Memthe island think lhat everything should he lefl l.i the Government. Roman La.holies Dealing with Hem 3) of Head .ill the people eve* if Government XXVliI—Komaii Catholic (.'hi.icii naii < subsidise funds Mi hild %  tier's appeal to Ine Government Wnen one looked at the amount for help lor the Q I U Ha i KU'. uic ConVpaTn LSTSS 1?. !" Dy I"'*'" "? y y ." lht 'l ; ""'• ll scho, ,B "'' s '" (1 ,hi I'""' 1 "" ^ lil ,,u 1 Programme of wc *ays and transport and comunrnot concentrating on their pried it witn tne parisn of bt George tirf-i proved hiinsrlf c, l( t hut > % % %  m ,n,n„ „, Z '*U, ^ roads. Continuing he %  Ullei ihuught*. too That !" H> t;ov r,mpm **** " k I of 16 Should be illowed "** Jf"" lm -. the p.. uire and iebS m -ctomunng ol roads, water btldren d u..upper forms ,,w r-n 1 in nu '"> "' lhc •*" Mr. Alldrr il.l |M lhal -ine s '" lg *• %  %  > but "" ,h airangeincm should ba mad.with lan rasants. making both the .minorities so that the picture "*• lai, d and the house on it. could be shown about the country i'l'nost uninhabitable dattrictfl by (hp mobile cinema. Mr. Reece also said lhat the It was time, he saia, lhat GovOovarnmeal should ask the Telelea to parents plan their programme of work so log difficult? HI gelling thai one would not dig up a road w\^l!!! ^n*, 1 1, &I r;T. n ". ry luncl, T; ,hal Vr,lU rjl ,hcil ^ •V***** and QoZ and put 11 back in a month and m m^,h^?rJ '., r £? *, *" d iOCUl u P Wlmem bul ralhl,r ernmenl could get such schools, have the other company duuinaT In The House Yesterday i %  i: ... i g m fen and n — % %  < (rum HfM .; luolvr o lh CoiMilal ITk*l vnltiita 1 I IB HMO r.lim.tri I.. %  at. nM gasa .....c % % %  ,. Adam.. U>d Ihf I aiiinl l>i Ihr Oovi Mntnl >nd Wrlfair A to* Ih* pc.rl.cd rndad i>" 1'. ctnbr ISM. in -r.r--. • ..f UM^-.n %  'i-'i.cmj tcv ihr Irai^Mlicii Wfl Ic 1 . ,,,,,, Mr ASHM ... a %  —> % %  "' %  >' ! %  %  p.ibic Tug apcamcprlcalv ;h uncc for in# wr> IT > .HI l!>r )UI da> H Male •M Additi nly throwUig out those remarks own. s a warning lo tnat organisation. It had lieen said, thai the planDr. Cummins (L) said thai it lation section of Seawell was not paying concern He would recommend that it be leafed or ta ba worked on .1 ; co-operative lm*is by small farmp lh same road soon Mr Miller tl.l Mated QoveniM rep the Idea ol 1 *i I rate brMgei In tha counU 1 ) ditilcts, and to use metal brldgei II .ii-.il >.r Adam. (LI Mid lhal it w the duty of honourable memben ill on lhc Government to relic was dotut tnc Government will go into them when application is made. Tnc Y.M C.A's application to the Government for assistance was 1 the Secretarial, he said. Their activities included the proThe Highways and Transport was the policy ol the Govenmien: vision of a night shelter for men Department had admitted that with regards to the Highwav and women and this was the they were incapable of handling Commissioners not to give then means of preventing a large numany more work, and he thought any money to play about with 01 her from sleeping on sidewalks, lhat must have been the reason they had been doing before. He If the grant of $720 was increase*!, why tne Government this year said that th e Government intended It would help them to extend the 1 had been advised to Ret estimate-, i 0 take strict supervision of money usefulness to the community to of the nctual work to be undert 0 he spent in parishes With rea greater •**"• *> by the parishes sent in by gar( fslo organisnt.ons. he said thai W.K HH Hem "Imperial War Grove* Mr. Dowding went on lo drawCorn mission" for which $710 was attention to the note in reference to be voted, and said that he to the item under discussion. Afwould like lo know how this con Ur the amounts allocated by la tributlon was computed. II. %  did Ine note stated in part ; "Pui not think that Barbados had so ther expenditure from this item many war dead upon lo make such a contr hullrtn the Governorin-Executivp Comid tee on submission bj Highway atlons were made lo the GovernWith tho inereiiM-o Mr. Mapp (L) ud lhat Hie Hiil.vh GCIVCI tmiinl should conmove sider allowing eelo t lle l a to Inun wrong. aboard war siups Honourable nwrnbera would 1M Wiiiiei Tins head „ new item was ,|. ( ing wiong If thev got up am i 1 ,. !" H< ? ,!, 0 " f j y mc ". gave the impression that lb) S16.000 and $500 was added lo Administration was doing an initem 52. a.-. juatlee to • pertkulu Individual .. L ^ l, U M,'"Ut U TT\ 7*\ Mr w" * %  mmnberg l_ U. Mottle? said lhat he had He would like to see the figure reduced to $300 as was the in 1948—40. Of Ihe item "Barbados Nurses' Association" of which $2,327 askod to be voted to assist in the lie „,d th.l bind poo, p.0,,1.",d„,;TT, ",u %  Ic^l hraurl : ''' "'" l'-"" 1 "*"11 """""' n-Executive Com Acl al lh a *" of 40 Recommendwhich was given for children l ,,U ,p|nn ii particular individual a Job tached to the Nurses' Centre in Bridgetown. The Nurses' AssociaGeorge charge on the Tri %  %  month w.i Ml ll Uiey had said. A CWi had .i pciiiMi light lo g' to a politician mi behall of hi; MM M groocp, bul %  >i % %  to come along and say he ihouU be chief postman of a parlieiil.n parish would be more stupidity -•*-1hat $20 %  month wns not an honourablimemlieiv wante. r-aaSS^agnaatt madb" •>nount in keeping with lh* ,n'" help their friends, it would b. Herald that It^aa^ut of aeaeed coat os'ilvnv'or 0e allow-belter for them to keep iheii id that ihe fhet place for iiubead of any Governwee '"'' • %  biW"'" mpeciolly at pwutha shut the Commissioners of all n.cnt IVpailmcnt lo cnlicisc ihe %  parishes hod nothing on Government saying that they hieh to crcntc a programme was could not gel so and so done. Dtrytng him. 1-asl year, he said. No civij servant, he said, could ii Ii perl-.h knew that il was loll the Government what policy lantcd so much money. they should follow. What might The work of repairs to roads have been Hue in the past that The sum of $209,523 was voted la: tion had been itarted in Bridgetown and he supposed that mod under the Head of its services would be conllued Ml Dowding •-i. i ne.i He h< pod, however, '""' that Ihe Government would see its way lo encourage the Association to extend its services to the rural areas, especially in tboso parishes where there were no dlatrh I nurses. Mr. Mapp referred to n Reso. lution which had n ...o:s.-i .,t 'f 10 .. %  „ un A u the receni Public Heali! Offleei ... .! C„. Cnnfcrcnce lie said thai accordishlng cnlicisms ot Coionimcnt In it, and betrayed an astonlshMr. Gill il'.l drew lo Govern were at unlverslUi men1 athmtlon the state e He was glad that ot lost ihe disrepair of Ihe roads in SI. An Leader of the H0UN had pronnsed drew likeBaring Vale, Cane (i.n him thai Government would go den Road, si Simon's which wg into it. He would say no more, broken in two places and l iv ut hoped that hi. peratateni al 1-ahee, the worst of .di %  z&Jssi tr^ o„, ^^S^T^Z %  IMd UN Mr. J K T m.o.k" %  < %  tnat "* .***g.-g* ."Government prinlery Other inK e mon He tnough lhat lnps „ Ifked the Government to give the |, lan ds in the West Indies hod exr mpllol s should be mrreose< Road Commissioners some figure-. suc h printerles — part, he said, slaleo that the delegate? regarded with and dismay the lethargy display ed by the Barbados Government, etc This was very •'; iftii Pill cism of Government, and veording lo the re|>ort the meeting was Lake Road ild be i and a new road should bt (milt for the benefit of the lUtTef c public of the parish Boxing Finals With a view lo sending a boxini. am to Trinidad for the Caribbean Boxing Tournament the Barbados Amateur Boxing Association held then finals at the Modern High School last night Apait from these a delightful exhibition was given Ba t WOQI I K;. ll.di.li an) Al Mauler. Th mull, wrnm imtawn Hi Bro„ HI H,, ,,_, r.K.0 I' C PckTM 1M lb. v. Kid Hind isj lb. d. n rait.,,, in it* d. frat*.! F OtWUMM US ll. CH) B ..,„|. H Gillrm 110 lb. won b. T K i> • Jo Cuiiins t* lb. Sjaauni iia. %  ,.IJi lb.l.-fralrcl Uoi.ait RHbaid. HT ll>on I-IIIIT. bunil) Slir|>|ini| \fO ll., va Calli MolUry IJO llm. HuOun Inniu lit lb. drlralr.1 Patur k 1)4 lb. on P..I..I. ciar-nor !*• drli-alrrt Kid Ban. HT .(, i.. rta* MM II A n A will nnrumnr* There's more lo a COLD than Sniffles! II.ca.t-.'.thai '-..M-h -aehs, o. 'a.|, ni a*MthOMCold • %  ..|li Mka-BdlUM /ciki Man essasBM alkaline ,.'.-! an BnalgMic 1 IT toothing hraga c htHlla.e .i londy-ahra^s/ AlkaSeltzer ^CKIV .Cflg %  % %  %  %  %  %  %  • : %  %  %  %  %  %  • JIST AHHIVKIH \ PURINA I PIGEON CHOW ^ 1 ORDER YOUR SUPPLIES NOW m !H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.Dutr.butor.. TONKING GETS GOVERNOR SAIGON. March 1<1 Bao Dai. head of VicTn today appointed as Health Min•c %  Daag Hun Chi, P-iinci French Array medical rvfrlcer. aOovernor ol ihe ni.ilhrin piece ,i TOeklag threalenetl to) ebels. .c-ci.iin; to imual reiable Vietnamese sources luie —ReDter I GET YOUR ... J |EASTER \m\ :; Al WEATHEKHEAD'S § N'eklle'b Chocolate Mt In S Caaket 11. each N NesJaVe Chocolate I gee S fit see i zo. si ee sa. Yry'% ChorUle in Plaalic S Egg II K II ra S Fry'. Mariipan A Cha. |g| * in HK Cup 40c ea \ Fry'a Mariipan A Choc. I % %  * :i0e ea ' l Mick ( arrui r with Choc. I In 4 C ea \ Ala* F.aiiter Eggo .. lOc N ;ibc ea GEORGE PAYNE'S is GOOD COCOA FINE — PURESOLUBLE. I %  -ll I ,i1 ..,.!,. I,c. in for . I ASTER alarm Bo d CommlMionrs son... Ilurcsuch ,, r |nlcrlo< and were surnu ,„ 0K CO , „, i.vlnic 1110 public of Ihe panih .,.b,v. •" ""<< Ihey roulcl work_ There ari ,„ hc r h „ ^^^ „„ ^ E • „ ^ W.KO.K under Hen. •, ,,., %  Jnenl. were occn>ion s In iho DMt when ,„ „ hpart ln ,,,„„ hln|I nl ., „„. ,„„,,„,. rln „ sh(|U d ,„. i "* OJII M h I HARRISON'S BROAD ST shut down work on roads because there was no mone; iiii in me ini'iii me niei'iiiti; nui .!__•_ ~%  > %  • >i"-"r %  nl the HOUKO would have been ,oc J; in V 0 ;, able to set the minds ol his colleagues at ease on lhat mutter Mr Braneker agreed what the Honourable Medical Services. Furthermore > r and the Senior Medics! Officer .! Health Dr. F. N. Graniiuin. had been I feed present this Resolution to His Excellency. Mr. Mapp laid: If Civil Servants from abroad are to be allowed to come here and offer grr-ws Brass, ,o s& 9&&'gjr&st, prlntery Mr. Hllklnaan IE) said tiial an loxuli that Head was was not runn lie had been a child. reduction Mr. J Adam* il.i aald '!"'ipeaklnK Ofl Head 32. Departn> thev had been investigating whai "< tllghwaya •ndTransporl wuw be to i to !" ** KiS c as ;:: : i a* Vn ZH rrr^'.i 'A.nchnvn emp|..ve.i hi the High l T nrancker (C -'ew->a*MrT!-Ht 32822 !"&tX ilv lhat plant might come Into had to be out in Ihe weathe without any prnlecUon. )l t did BOt lOe why the Ik-partlc| net erect some hull lo be ti ,ins|M>rted from one place to Ihe other In order to proti I th> i piople frnm the wealhei The head /ai evenluoll> pas* stale we are coming. We are nc golnc ahead when we can allov public servants to join in crili cism like this.Masters r Servant; Certain bon members ev Ihe Opposition had from til lime said lhat some Civil Bel who came here regarded Member for SI. Ceorne had In ;iy mai a pi.n. mum come in," W| „. y In conneelion wllh Head IX. Ibe markel which lhc Govern.„„ un ,| „ r ,,,„„„ ..,,.„ ,„ ,„ „ .,!, %  ,. ,, ... ,. XXX | V E1 „ lrl Snnkccw of lhc Y.M.CA.. he rnenl mulhl be able lo buy al a ,,„. hrftj. chance lo „., lo ,,',,., '., u .,. \,,l c ,'„'"', M lhal lhat orBanlsallim w. .mailer rale lhan normal erickel or races wlthou! delrlm. nl ',. '„., k „_ '-JXT *" He .aid lhal Ihe „uo..l,n„ ol „, ,„,.„ ,..-„ ,,,vel.,|.-. Ihe ...m, r,' „; ,u .,, !" Blniiiii Civil knall WU WU DM ITU. of ..,. %  '•'"' .'„.'., i. %  number of yeom. He fell that cnnaKii.ii the attention of Governune*tal.li*hed staff at the Depart ,;*. ,.., ,!?„! .,* *', ',' '". now that Ihe Y.MC.A. ha. been menc for ,omellmc Long before m. nl ..( Hllhw.yl and Transport. C m ..„ „' ,.,' ,,, ,,,,.„ emoved lo new premise., that Con.mlloner Adam, rame here Where Ihf. .I.ff wa> coneCTnal, SaK^ina ^]&ow^IhM See ould c,.t more moneyfor J_U there w an up.ure lhat BarMr^ Branckor ^.^ih. < %*-. *,,,!,, nl ... ..-.cored for. rnenl should r< i nuneratlon given In ihe key seal An adetiuate increase in thai sea la meet tho Inenoae In the eo of living was needed Referring lo pmish roads. M upkeep He was suggesting that hadions should have the first the Government give on increase cha nce of Riling every post. in the grant to lhat organisation. t< _,. that of the Go ,. crno| Mr. heeee (El agreed with ihe Co i onla i Secretary. Hon. Junior Member for St A ltsi nf-d ^g*,,, mSt j e for selves as the niastcrs and not [ha George that the Commissioners of Colonial Office of the number of Bianckcr urgiif Governmenl servants of the Government. He lhc various parishes ^lould be told Barbadians in the Colonial Service 'J^ nc" i^lo.n of having a man did not know ir the offleera menby lhe Government how much ond lhe ni|mbcr of En|(llshmc „ J"^[ f \" those roads* on be lioned had presented the BMOlumon ey Ihey would be granted so In Barbados. It wa. Surprising half of lhe Clovei nmeut a the lien to lhe Governor, bat it was .„„. hev can m -k of th(l Co |onieJ ,nucn longer hi* tervlces wot Ihot Ihey should submit at on offlrP to g(vp h(l slanders llrsi hp "l"!!^* 1 : ,^ . early time, the lists ol recomn %  n . Mr Ward (F.) spoke ,• %  I menda„on,.,o ,he_ Governor-^ l^rBXS =£ U #-# SJ-J8WT In tin inlerest or thi cf which they were lemed to boost sa much, that some inquiry should be made as to whether Of not they had done so This thing was on affront to the Government and he hoped they jfjceeutive CommllteO vmild not allow the mailer hi die. Mr F E. Mlllr.il.) referrini' to the hem "Barbedoi Brenetv S |.C A." for which £720 was asked lo be voted said that ho wanted to draw lo the attention ,_. Of Government lhal It did noi tenantry roads which were badly appear lo him lhal this loco) „, n oed of repairs. He realised that branch was really doing their )ob when ,, t .. im c to prop*, i. In the country' districts one saw ln g. n took money, hut lie wo i animals carrying huge loads and tn o opinion that money spent in limping and that was not expected that way was well spent to exist In a civilized country. *,\ r Reece referred to item 14 Mr. Miller also criticbred the un der Hrtffl XXVIII — Chi id person suitable to fill the they would go to the other Indian Islands, and only us i committee would have sumcicnl lime lo consider them. He was hoping lhal the Commissioner. would make lhat Ihelr general policy. Office, surely, hi He said lhat in the porKh of 1(] %  ||(v ; Christ Church, there were nsnj Administration mendations. ed staff. Those pe l whai he .van ted They had reduced Ihe amount Id trum $4O,u(>0 to 510.000 until he ould i %  i wade them thai the items ur ;(>ked for were essential They warn perfectl) satisfied lhal the pn a nl amount was the bare minimum l<.i dung the job that lhal officer under lhe Ad waresort gel Englishmen. If that the fact that the regular schedul *. the iKilicjof the Colonial wage of people ol thai i c ba in private • mploymenl policy of lhe Mead of lhe lm i making recomol require I to have rot r.t.v .voir i mum .1 t.oon SMOKE AT .i noon Owing to duplicated shipment we are offering . 133 Cigarette. 20's and Ardath C. T. 10's and 20's at eo*t price In original carton. o( 200 lor 1300. ; K PUTS 20M %  NOTK. The prices are only until .lock, are reduce.! Every Cigarette guaranteed Iresh or money refunded If not Mil.' KNIGHTS DRUG STORES. Of course they could not lakan untrained man and make bin a slatistleian The Governmen' would come lo task for more money than lhe> | weir askiiiR for then, -o help then; .nent %  %  %  I in making their training scheme pcrtation for Ward aaid that where l.,-r ( sat Hoad was com he felt lhat Ihere wen n ther thtegsj more helpful to the people that needed doing before the East Coast Road was started. Mr Bryan c. much Mid tne mount nxed COUld noi \>v reduce.! 'i\ further. In thai amount, pro II ado f'>i a I) C high 'nsion testing machine which wa* squired to tcit the wiring >>f icitorles. The In %  Black Magle 'a A--1. Che l 23 hn\ t.>' I'rinres* chm94r. 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I' Mil I ol | RARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY MARCH M, l!'.-.l BARBADOS ADV'OGttE TiiFMlai. March 20. 1951 BYE-ELECTION WITH the unUrael) death o{ Mr. D. A. Foster a bywJectlori has become neceasary for the vm %  Bt Andrew. Mr. L ( K H Gill, the Senior Repreeentetlve of that parish accordingly moved in the House of Assembly that the necessary writ be issued for the holding of a bye-election. It was at this point that the issue tended to become confused amidst the niceties of constitutional law and practice. The Representation of the People Act 1901 provides for two sets of contingencies, one where a member of the House of Assembly shall be called up to the Legislative Council, or shall accept any office which by any Act ol mil island a member is disqualified from or from serving as a member of the Assembly, or shall accept any office of emolument under the Crown, or shall be absent from the Island without leave for a period of forty days, his election shall be declared void and a new writ for the election of another member in the place of such member shall be issued within forty days alter the Governor shall be addressed for the same by the General Assembly. The second contingency envisaged by the Act is where a member may resign either before or after taking his seat. An : hall forthwith be passed and forwarded to the Ciovernor-in-Executive Committee and the Governor-in-Executive Committee shall within fourteen days after receiving the address issue the writ It will thus be seen that neither Btl ol DM provides for the death c; a member and the issuing of n writ thereafter It has. however, been the practice to deal with the matter as in the case of resignation and for the Governoi-in-Kxccutive Committee to issue the writ within fourteen days after having received the address of the House of Assembly. On this occasion the Leader of the Labour Party with the support of the members <>f thr party has appeared dissatisfied with the established procedure and has proposed that a committee be set up to investigate the appropriate procedure. If •hr member! of the House desire a clarification of the matter the easiest course would be for the Act to be amended sn as to deal specifically with the matter, if not, the opinion of the legal advisers of the government should satisfy those who may have doubts of the position. Most important, however, is that the bye-election should not be lost In the pigeon holes of a select committee. On this occasion the practice which has been used in the past should be used and if necessary the matter may be dealt with at a later date. It is certain that neither the people of St. Andrew nor the general public will condone any method by which the leal should remain unfilled until the General Election at the end of the year. i mmov I'IIOIII JEMS THE visit to this island of a Trinidad delegation comprising Sir Gerald Wight, Deputy Speaker of the legislative Council, Hon. Victor Bryan. Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries and Mr. Cecil Farrell, Marketing Officer, might be regarded as a compliment to Barbados. This delegation came to sec at first hand the methods used in taking fish around the const and our method of deep sea fishing. Beyond any compliment which might be implied, it indicates that the West Indies are awaking to the fact that common problems face them and that the methods used in one colony might help to solve those in others. A year ago an Agricultural Mission sponsored by the Jamaica Gleaner came from that island to inquire into methods of agricultural production. This was the idea of the Anglo-American West Indian Conference held in Barbados in 1944. With the continuance of these visitl there is every hope for the solution of West Indian problems on a regional basil. PERON PUTS THE FLAGS OUT FOR ME Frowns are changed to smiles — but alas, his Majesty's Mr, Joint is still far from the dotted line by R. M. MacCOLL m*n*im*j ItUENOS AIKEK latest b HI I St of Hate* when iv just end %  i u* who had just meat talks would Ina sort of Ing and Panama hits and wnu. •ra in iron Mauru were utung Joint enterprise of the Jo'ins— mitt arc the order f the day. the a circle In). %  BuMOi thus combining the better aptl red pillar boxes ,irc very like ires airport bmluiug feeling mure tudes of Mr. John Edwards. M.P. home "' %  %  %  i DreBS fooben r .,[ lV jii cur chief nejfoUatol In the present And the drive in from the airhad steel thermometers ituck in u.lks. and Mr John Joint. i it ..long the broad arterial high our mouths by a majestic nurse. u u \ Mr. Join.. %  iwinkliiiKway, (tanked by bit; modem DM %  accordance witr. tne Argentine's eyed, energetic ohSp with a nice lories, reminded ma of a sub rafUlaUdna. sense of humour, presumably fell tropical Octal We I ltuad. The Suudcnl>. a voice rang out over mat he had been the target of lillic Union Jacks ID the haberthc loudspeaker. "fsBO! MacCOU!" M n.uch cnticinn from tne dashers' windows mean that the tr.i-rmomArgcniiri" men that ti< vale are proudly Mar, i roM and muMd into tha more useful it be %  tared otf-itaaa %  •Kngic-rsh," and people *mi Uke immigration offtce, trailed by LM ilehmd u)l the double-talk and to shop at the local Harroda. : %  Ui>w-tiavel insisti-iiiv on the cordiality ot the And they just could not gel tin. Why. they doubtless wonderatmosphere, hfijt what is the through the local Soccer season ed. had I IK-CII called lirvt of the pOStl loci A hi. ii/.,i M.ung man with a Weil, the Argeniuies would liko Hack mousiiichc greeted me genl '<> be P-'"' "" '"' ,tirir m al illy. I rear—Hi the Argcnllnin coal. oil. Steel Foreign Ofnte." he explained I -in fact, all the things thai hope lhat you have had a most everyone is short of. enjoyable trip and thai your slay -So far the lalfc. have produced DM 1.1 Will he of Hie most pleasant." nothingexcept a llltle drft He flipped his fingers at the :hadow boxing I'erhaps tluJ immigralion officials. "Are the week the formalities complete?" Bowinj.. lead lo the hatching of some sort they passed me through In "U econ< reconds rial without English wan aul ban t the IJ. sea refs—lilrv AHBT |nif<* thr doltta Hie u Ih* Rtch Otau country •berr llf oef of IHett neti cvmtt jroia Fw c o' Bniatn tfravn (o the lamr < BY THE WAY . By Beachcomber w:r pi releases the combination. To go with the dogdiscovered, and reported to Lady spring fashion*, the ordinary collar and the wooden bowler I Cabstanleigh by a publisher's man says: "Now what ahsurdm Would IllMUti subject lo correcnark that a novelist's tout had en prepared this uine?" lion from Messrs Dior and Fath. collected many bottles In a i-.r t.i: Out o( acres Adeocate— SIR,—I notice that opposition through the medium of the press nae been given lo the decision '.i Iba Legl latrve COUTH II to send lor consideration i i %  Committee Ihe Bill to amend the ion of Inquiry Act Objection to the Council's action seems lo be based very erroneous eunccptlon of Ihe function or the majority ln a democracy One eai 'he writer who says that Ihe will 10 majority must : rlnerpte; i>vit rhaa he adds Wtkataver the biltn and doctrine oi the majority ..i t^.ejected" he is clearly not ing democratic principle Political democracy certainly 'hat C 'iitrol must lie in the ]untv; %  -. %  s not iule. but right %  r, but Justice Bm\ essence, the fuiulamenlal doctent the righls — not the privileges—but the rights of the minority are safeguarded and guaranteed. To ar.nie the absolute right of Ihe majiriiy in every Issue, is to jufcliiy crime By this docbecauso the majoritv of Whites In the United States South hale Negroes, therefore Ihe < Ung of Negroes is right. It IS the will of the White majority. The acceptance of Ihis dangerous fallacy about majority rule, Is preparation for the eUft>jwaeaVan I rights of the minority. especially that most important Its in II democracy. Ihe Individual. vita] duty of o democracy 1 ih< .. ignition of cart dn fun%  nd inalienable rights which are not dependent and n e v e i can be dependent In %  ipon the will of what party happens to be in power. No World of democracv must be able lo preress of the majority; but no majority ua the World of democrac> mU s,t have the power to dii .. not the privilegesbut the rights of Orltj n* lie of law. not the "Opinion*' ol is essential to the preservation of such rights. All ihe sophistry about new funds not being under the control of the Treasury, does not alter 'he importance of refusing to nive any Ooni nmciit. even If it had a Parliamentary majority (which ours have not) such a sweeping power as ordering on enqtlir] which "in the "OD,inion" of the (lovernor-iii-Kxccutivc Committee is in the public interest This assumes two things about the Executive Committee that cannot in any circumstance be possibly justified. That it will alu.ivs be a socially responsible lusdy or alternatively, an all wise body. No C.ovei nor-in-Executlve Committee can be all wise; and it is certain that under a system of domocracv. and <]>ei*i. -ficially W-vIndian democracy. a majority may throw up U f\Kecui;v.> ivr.,. pec '' I be wholl.' a: l j.ingeruusly Irresponsible II the Leg] Council is not to be u brake on thai tenee is %  upCffl of the Legislative Council realise that when they the the Council of fear reason fur its objectioi lo the amended Bill, that fear Is :i very worthy and legirimatu reason on which to oppose the suggested legislation. Fear indeed in this isue is the onlv legitimate sentiment. Fear of Mibjecting an important power l Ihe Opinion of the Executive only Could there lie sounri• r raaaan for fear People have reason to fear Almighty Got. Should they not fear the creation or an Almighty Executive. The legislative Council should have thrown out Oils Amendment '.,. the Commission of Enqulrv Act without hesitation Dependence upon Ihe "Opinion" of the Executive in such a vital matter unrealistic us to be dubbed "ignorance". Democracy i; not Ilm.aene.1 liv "ism' 1 It is jroperdlred by %  who live under it without B Latlng that il is incom': %  the moel worsdarfu] doe\ %  i by man for the fulfilment of his destiny on this %  V I VAUCHAN %  March 16, 1951 Central Meal Depot—I IT is generally considered that increased quantities of fresh milk would be consumed locally if it were available. Until recently, a arge proportion ol the fresh milk was produced in town dairies where production costs are necessarily high. At most of these dairies almost all feeding stuffs have to be purchased and the prices paid for green fodders are prohibitive; periods of fodder shcrtage occur regularly; labour problems are almost always present and the manure produced is quite frequently a source of expense rather than income owing to the necessity for rapid disposal. Most of these difficulties would be resolved if milk were produced on the plantations and small-holdings as part of the general agricultural practice. The CentraF Livestock Station was largely planned and established with this object in view; investigations are being undertaken there with the object of producing better stock and higher yielding fodder crops of better composition and of finding the best methods of conserving these crops for use during times of green fodder scarcity. A large number of landowners have shown much practical interest in this work, and several dairy herds have already been established ort the plantations. The greatest difficulty visualised by the prospective dairy farmer is the disposal "of ihe milk. Although many landowners are prepared to keep dairy cows for the production of* milk and manure, they are not prepared to organise and administer a retail distributionThere seems little doubt that, the only way in which an increased production of fresh milk on the plantations and small-holdings can be stimulated, will be by the setting up of a Central Creamery to which milk can be sent for processing and from which delivery to the consumer can be organised. The present retail distribution of milk has no central organisation and it is usual to find several dairies making deliveries in the same districts; this leads to unnecessary duplication and expense. The Central Milk Depot, which will be equipped as a pasteurising plant, w be in a position to supply clean unadulterated milk. The pasteurisation and refrigeration of fresh milk will improve the keeping qualities of fresh milk and encourage greater consumption. At the present time. almost all consumers boil their milk after receiving it and it must be noted that the adulteration of millis not uncommon. %  'RESENT PRICES OF MILK There seems little doubt that by increasing the yield of the individual cow, and by more economic methods of producing green fodder, the present price of fresh milk could be reduced. Most of the concentrated feeding stuff* have to be imported but. it is hoped that by increasing the quantity and quality of the green fodders and by growing more concentrated foods on the land, these imports will be reduced. Investigations to this end are being vigorously prosecuted at the Central Livestock Station. The retail price of milk is officially controlled under Defence Regulations at lie. per pint in bottles and 9c. per pint delivered in bulk. Sweetened condensed milk containing not less than 8'. butter fat. retails at 24c per 14-oz. tin. CENTRAL MILK DEPOT The estimated cost of establishing a Central Milk Depot at which 5.000 gallons of milk can be pasteurised per day and at which surplus milk can be converted into butter and separated milk has been drawn up. The figures for the plant were obtained from the Aluminium Plant and Vessel Company Limited, and the estimate for building, installation of machinery, land, bans and contingencies has been made locally. These estimated capital costs amount to £60,000. The pasteurising plant is of the latest HT. ST. type and the capacity can be readily increased by adding extra plates which can be operated from the existing control panel. As stated in paragraph 7. the 1946 island production of milk was estimaled at rather more than 4.000 gallons of milk per day. but this ligure gives the low annual average yield par cow of 280 gallons. It is confident!-expected that, with the establishment of a Central Creamery, the production of milk will speedily increase as more and better stock become available, better systems of feeding and management are evolved and dairy herds ore established on the plantations. An average consumption of one pint of milk per person per day which can be regarded as an ultimate target would require 25.000 gallons of milk per day. In addition to milk consumption, there is considerable demand for butter and cheese which is far higher than the present annual allocation of 240 tons butter and 48 tons cheese. It is also felt that the consumption of ice cream would increase considerably if a good quality article at a reasonable price could be made available. When surplus milk becomes available, the question of installing plant for :he manufacture of ice cream will be given consideration. THE COST OK PROCESSING AND DELIVERING MILK The cost of processing milk at the Creamery plus the cost of daily delivering to sub•esp i ; estimated by the Aluminium Plant tnd Vessel Company Limited for a 2 000 al'on per day "through-put" at 1 25 cents per >int. No information is available as to the -ost of operating a Creamery under local •onditions. but i tentative estimate of proind delivering costs on the basis of a put" of 2.000 gallons of milk per lay amounts to 1 29 cents per pint ADVOCATE \on i; W ill Our Customers picas')Note that We will not be seen for Business on SATURDAY. 24th March 1951, and arrange their Shopping accordingly. WILKINSON A HAVNRS Co.. Ltd. Hureeuon To C.S. PITCHER & CO. 'hones : M72. 4M7. INTERNATIONAL PAINTS, LTD. THC ORGANIZATION THAT COVERS PAINTING REQUIREMENTS INSIDE and OUT. For the protection property, v and beautification %  >n offer of you the following WALL I'liMS -PROPKLLER" DRV IHSTEMI'KR (for exterior walls). Supplied in powder form to be mixed with fresh water — $o\10 per cwt. drum. %  XAOOMATT" FLAT OIL PAINT (for interior walls) Supplied ready mixed; ran be repeatedly washed — $7.12 per Imperial Kiillon. For best results, il, followed :— following instructions should be carefully %  urfaet to weather for at least hen apply 2 coats of "PROPELExterlor WalU. 1. For new work. Mlow the a year before painting. 1 2. For previously painted work, rub down thoroughly: clean; and till .ill In :. %  with a mixture of plasterofPans end "PROPM.im." ,.fti-rw,ird treating these patches with I COal Of "INTERNATIONAL" CEMENT AND PLAN1EK PRIMER Then apply 2 coals of "PROPELLER .Interior Hall*. I. V *v work, alii | in dry out for at least before painting. Then apply 2 coats of "LAOOFor previously painted work, rub down thoroughly; clean: and f.il all holes, cracks, etc.. with plaster-of-Par is. afterwards treating these patches with 1 coat of "INTERNATIONAL 1 CEMENT AND PLASTER PRIMER. Then apply 1 coat of "LAGOMATT" if the surface WM pieviously of.the same shade; or 2 cools of "LAGOMATT" if of a different shade. TRY THESE FINE PRODUCTS OF INTERNATIONAL PAINTS. LTD.. AND BE CONVINCED. DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. AGENTS ejejeje***iwa*iSM*oo>t*o>v*^vv'^^^^ ftvii 2* siionprxv BAVS HI nun E.ISTKH noi.il> i watt SPECIALS Oat Flake* Cook's Pa*tB n. Ice Orsam Po* J Pineapple Ci'.i. Carrot.M Vet BUNS nd J&R Sandwich Bread & Cakes FOR YOUR PARTY Milk Ted Duck* Canadian Salmon Smoked Haddock*. Anchovie) C a IT'S Or earn Crack era Carr'a Cocktail Biscuit* Orape Fruit Heart* Sliced Mangoes Dutch Ch*e Dam li Ohteae Prolt Cake In Una Bnrloy Sugar FINE LIQUORS Gold Braid Bom Sandeman'* Wines Ollbc/'< Wine* Uilbey*. Wine* Humbert'* Dry Sack Sparkliuif Burgundy Prum>r Brandy Phone G0DDARDS To-day



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TIKSDAV. MARCH 20, l51 ItMtllMHIS UIVIH.MT CLASSIFIED ADS. TKJ2 !" S 7CHPH0NE 2501 Ackne/anoted 1 11 n Sunday) Birth.. Marriage* Death*. lodgment*, and In aUmoriani II *> on **l<-da>. and II M for any number ol word* up .1 cent* per word on v*rl-d>'i and 4 m.(a pet oonl on Sunday* for eai -i %  .dditmnnl word. lor Bnth.. Marnw or EnSa*em*r,l Mnou nw niaiM in Carl* Calli-ig ll-t cheie* %  • S3 Of tor any mi ma w at worda up lo 5* and •' rrnli per word fnr *.-rh rdaifior.a) word. Trrrr. ca-n Jfo-vf (1* u*i*-*., 130 nod pm. 311) tor Deala N-llr*. ..:•.: • DIED FOR Mini-...-. #j H .v. MttS %  M ( taadaaji IIK.VT tree* Tl rr>U cmd 4. worda — ore. M >'d tceeh-4 r*a44 J BOCBBB MRt MMr .11 MIPIAM. %  place on Sunday at i %  %  %  • A m i Wralhrrhrod. .I'lMTttr-.Kl IN MEMUK1AM *o depart** March !• Happ' -no %  %  opt Wd wherrvei T-. a be.. I %  ha died a* >n. live . Leave to mourn %  faMMMdl %  Pi -I"K J'I Mi rl~..r.l Juniibon I'admore i nephew lit ron SALE kWfriJ Anndiiv PC M)t Tl rli (i %  %  %  t't'AKTOS-Cor. mueelea nucro*. t|u Con alimentation *>. nM ( E panol-Telelono. 4111 1IJ M-tn rtn#r — SMMde roaaSgaao, E..!h***i*. t.. app,.. and onaard turn. a I cutlery optional. Dial 36* %  i leg* MARINF GARDENS -New BimnloW J ben !"!" \.,th running water, built i„ Wardrobe* and all modem coiwenienee* l-ong lea** preferred Apply Mr. Pr*d. %  nan. Hotel Royal. M3 Mi (n NOTICE ROOM t-i utata ROOMS—Newly funtlahed room. ryri JM atee,tri mni. Spam.li H'I H-l "I" II3M -I SBACROPT". rumuhrd Horn.. Max CkrM CtwrMi At ..liable In* month of April. Il For li ArP*> Phone 3JS4. 11 3 il -3n I'l Hi H SALES t,r*k-da*t AUTOMOTIVE orklnf order Appu HFDMAN TAYLOR'S UAKAGF LTD 143 51 El.ECTKICAI. OMAIf—UfMing Plant. 12 I so amp-. *no Wfdts. with au *pai*. A. Flamri a/ Co I'd FURNITURE n e "Pol AT HRCKWIl! TO-DAY .-. || 40..M, lap M a il a. ,m„U h<>u*> 13 x •• -hop Hi I. I,, r.m. produce* $7 04 per M to i*r quarter Land can be CAMJ DM nil 01 IIAUMFFt R ARCHER tmtKMHtn UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER H t..flor* received. I u in .HI ot: Thuraday End at the office <>( the. tor BUB CO. Nelaon Hi ail in dee aeven thousand mile* 'damag-il accident. Sale ul 1 n rr leu%  PI OBIFSITrl. . '.-Ill .. I 17!.Sl-lfi LIVESTOCK M HOTlHtS-l jc. OrMing "Lady-awm(Jim Ooekerjack e* Sugar I-advl unromed v. g*ldlng (Jim Gaiker)ack ex Prince.* Stella' ApplyJ K Edward*. Telephone 2S. n.S.nl—l.f.B. MECHANICAL i AHItlUl IIIKfcS Icrculw. .silver Kim LTD I RARNE1 303 31—II n CO PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Limited quantity of woild fainnu. Henna. Hatiy. Swlaa made. Call early at K It llu... A Co. Ltd.. Low" Broad Stieel H.IJI -SB, TYI'RURITTJI P.. MIKCEI.LANI Ol'S niS In Porcelain Ennme Bade. A. BARNES .<, Co.. Ud. CVHTALS FITTINaSdow ilyllnl. Iiftll contt. liriiperlrII. K.'-l BARNES A CO. ITU 1 lllTIIING yencheap, latin-* I worn tloinmii. ai i Ho Hutina. Hotel auj.si in. BHOI ISd IADV. I of Itiark Indian 1 Model. V.O... i.r.,, COAT In Ihi |>I% I14H EttaiNE On ..l: \ MMI ll.i-l -,,i M. l-c, 4 | . *ph.ir Needle-. Mam EpTitUp k up Arm..Man.M'.i MARKET STORE. Cheap-lde. Dial 4BTI HOIHT DAYLITE MOVIE SCPXE* ]• CJ". cood mder. Fill. Clti Pharmac* IUJI Ltd i STAIMF.S* FTFO. CIT:.ERY W.timr a Kietime ~ went aii'lrh. larnl.h. .lain or mM needi In* — will hamionirr v. I'II ai. iniile artllnc for anv aceauon lendlrui rh.inn an I beaut* to your home K • %  T.hle OBf D~'rl 44e I'eik* Table 54c De-een 4fc%  poora: Table S4 De—eri 4fcTea J* Coffer 26c. I^tf *CAVE, SHEPHERD A CO. LTD 18.3.51VFNRTIAN' BIJNDS. Klrech Sun,11 PMtaJ DBtaOS Venetian blind., to > %  lie* deliver' 3 week*. Dial • \ %  AoTMES A Co.. Lid. 11 1 SI—t UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER Bv recommctidalioii. at LlufJlh Anf -i Da>CrabI A Co. Lid*ehouee Cav.n Uino II BAGS IT.OL'N Sal* II JO o clock. Term. Ca*h BRANKriR. TROTMAN A CO.. Aucliorirrni. NOTICE IS HEKFJIY OTrl aaraoru liaviruf M) .leht or flair asaln^ the KMiU Clarke, deeejard late of Hart'* Oaa Ih* pa>h of ctirtai I vjto died on the I ) %  *• uilrelate. are reqtaestad lo Mud particular* of Uiaaj to ihe nndet.4ne.| I aa a, utnT.ii,. -.. II Huh *,„, p, lor.'Im d,. witk-b date I .hall proreed t-> d..niM. the aaen* of the t1rrraa*d amour t partle. enlltked ihetei,. i.. only to aurh eUUna ot hi nave had nolle* aid 1 wfU i.ot be lul lor the aawet* ot ai.v r.rt ttwrwol V llll* j. or ruim I ihatl n..i ihrn have h, notice And all paraon* indebtetl la the tai MUM ,ire raqimim t^ vr u.oeotediie*. ill,.. | Deled thia ITth da* ol I %  THE Pl'ULU' Qualified Ad-nml'lutor pi the Estate > llgh Claronre Clorka NOTICE ivt-ie mi WfXLlAM JOKDOf Dai • i NotlM la hrrelx B ivc, ih. i „n p#rw>i having any debt or rUlm i.ton or after I Ihe e*UI* ot William Jorrron late I Lpper Carlton In Ihe pariah of SalI J.mn who died In ih.. Kl>il <>n II fth day ol July l:Hl -.h rlr l r quired to arnd in portKuktta ..f II—I.' rluim. duly ..Ur-leil ti> n.e I i .. Haaari Hub I I fop %  n field. SoIitil.ir>. laaw IKWII on or before the 13th ISSI, .lie. -1.1,1, ,,. %  'i""l thr part:--. BfllRM ISlllll having regurd u> n < ori' of which 1 .hall 1*4*1 notice and that I .hall not be liable Ha Ihe jMrta ao dMtrtlHited io njperam of who*e debi 1 >hall m.1 hav •• bed notice at the time ol aiM-h i And all peranr* Indenled I eatale are reqi.-.tert I., -111.|h*H wltho.il delay hi* 5th dav oi Frbruary. Illl E H. JORDUN, Qi.nllfled Admlni.t.-tor "I Hair Jordon. di \dvnauvr Will Follow \<>n-l*arty Foreign Policy FKANKFI-KT. Mbi.h i: Dr. KI.UI.KI Aclt-niiuer W lisncsaior wh. I .^ L;Of, i ; -itiij m .in ireV'%  .1 %  I R*dj>M %  %  incfdVoi icji DrrmeciB' Mid chief paim-i m ihe Gtrat^u QwmnmmwA '"id si %  i* Frrmkrun ni-.vspap3IEftWri I II %  I He %  aid iii u MUlMr) pcniultfxl 1< 'he war. laiEety bcrnust' ot nil i kaUona wtlh ihe ASrt High LVnuniwion he hki I Ws • %  rn poww .MAIph a U S SU SB •./ Wat* Gei %  full *..verr-iir requisitf to fn r;hip will' .,,,,) I, view Ihat German, fhouid Hi %  prove I... -.-if %  900*1 .i%  n "I believa |hl la ci %  I Ichumaii Plan. Aclt-rau 1 1, :.'rmin: 1 111 Reiner. NOTICE BARBADOS IN THk COL'HI Ol COM' IN Hi. matter ol PLANT | I IMITF.il and REAU ESTATE HUNG ALOW—Naw Oarden-. 3 bed room*. every convenient* including garden, water nuaply. A* now. E14M M %  • 447' lSaSI-l.ln %  %  %  J.itnr. Street on ThurMarrh KM. ai 1 p.n-.. M i no* of land a Pub* Read. H.i.h HoU. together with ti-.o rtonevtali bungalo v. the Hod 4th Avenue I.:* rllon on leaapl H %  hetweci For further partlrulai %  ,pi>i l.i HUTCH aN* in Ihe owne Ihe hour, c Mil,U.i. %  .1 i .r..l,ll-i,i moat dniraOle properly VICTORIA %  ir aeoaldr neor Worlhinga Po.t |u.i being thoroughly renovated additional land added lo it. J onu 1 with tunning water, dlmm drawing room. breakU.i r..m ,:.,! bath -i-.nli room, i QM lor cooking. Meal be occupied lminedlalel> -i 00 lunher informalloi %  ol Ih* Court of Cominoa altviation or l>i.>pi-ed lo be cflct-led %  Ltk ,1. .... paued ai an I lie C'hiel Ju.Hr PM* by Ih,REDS FORT/1 V BASE HONG KONG. March 11 i.mac Hai. man Island off the Chinese manlaim into an Imporum imliU.iv i %  to the cuna rata and Ascni n %  Communist China. Ruiiia, luiiii" i MI.' wra %  venturs in i. Padflc." had on Hafch i %eri a raUnganl ol M ..mi tachaldana to (Url bullriifig on airstrips, an-i nav.il bases on the bland, ;i i i —Reuter. Spain'* ChaiHTs Oi Joinint; Mluntic racfl Leweiied By Larcttona Strikez LONDON. Marak 11 Bi-r.-i, n.. durinK '.ic n*I i>I living %  :. n/iheneti la BrttMi d Quartern that u •"Ottld IIOI K 1 deniraole to aJn.i' of General Franco to the Atlantic Faci Pol i" Conei. td Nation' %  i %  I i %  %  cured hrmitirm Surnti Into Ailanln '*.' i H ontlerotood lo havtI • • %  Government mitiiMriIn the IfJSElSfflcal Held thr> 'ii.iiues ti iiolu that Ibe aiHi-Soviei i.not %  aaVatatt i itp N ihi tim rtrUte Rmter. PAGE %  Vi \ Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay Iin V %  %  %  Rale* Of Exchange BWIA Wu red |iarl\ /CHICll. Mtmd.iv IndvpsfKlsnl .1 ths Kramltn'' hag been lorninl here A moetme. 0| Bwia IT.-, unanlmt i ad to constttuts i .iiimunKi Part] Will prettnl Its 0WTI Its) %  (pnnf lo-, the Uppei CI I The 'u oraatuoAtlon whtcn %  i | ReaUr < it.ir %  i MAIL NOTICES %  M i retlug HI l?lh ita> f Jar %  iiar. INI, and b.i ra>Uo %  "Thai the provi-.-: • %  i . . %  %  alteied lii addlrm a pal-. .. lUon tin worda folkn. ma that at %  Ul To maintain and tuppnrt or lid n the e>iabli.hinrii' and aiaociation-. InstltuttOlU (nidv. trual.. -i" 'i " %  calcuLHM I'inpliiict iho con patl> '" Ihe <> ., %  i %  niiocti... %  I ... pi Ca 1VAMIII %  pfaaV •rSi 3 .-.Mi. .i %  o'.i SaaSaifi. BELT YOl'.NCi I ADY lor nur oSire Onl Ihoae tlih pievlou* book-keeping r* p-rie,--* -,eed apply SIM b H ol i Co l.'O Pro*d Stt-et. 15 3 31-1 In LAOV-dhar ernegal olRee ...• VttS knonHda* of aietangraphv and T'pmi Apply l' wnilng lo PO. Box a* Bndgelown. 14V3JH-a*. ,i l.idy a laosta iVdi all i MISCELLANEOUS Ml PAY > FOB HTar Uaed ai.l Mint Stamp* ol '*M Indiee. Colleetiona rn.i DU rvrhori allot Sheeti. Single-. Surcharged %  irnnna Accun -.lation.. Odd lot., at U illl'EAN STAMP SOCIETY Hie calculated In benefll rndenta or cumix • -l MttM i. lurihe, ai > hat l"r ... %  n H N. ,-.. %  ., OfWI ol Common 1 ( filh day ol April ISM Ol It 0 %  %  %  MaM %  • aa ordoi (-j Ihg MnSrrrurtian or (he MM %  ihe nbpvr nfl i" ,-'i 1 i Street Ri %  COTTi r i vonrr ISO nvo.ElertKi j v. l ili MAN : .Hid lewel...il SheflWIil I'Ule _l OORRINOET,. ad" to 1 YBCht c,ub aj.t-T.p.N. aSTtM iid a W I Stamp* vntlque Shop. Dial *t jade. MMEDIATE CABM for_brokei GURRINOF5. NJ LIQt'OR LICENSE NOTICE The application of Itaj v K ol LiQ.ior Lirente No laYI lo Charlea Krllman in reape%  .. i.nd Mangle ahop allac-had ti fwalttenre aid Ci" I., iieimlaalo" t.. .hlngle shop at Deckles II, Daled thi> 10th dav of To:-E A. MrLBOD. Eaq Police Magidrate. Dial. A CARMEN KHJ.MAN \ I NR-Ti,, a>p -v -."i -irli IMI •Regi.le %  i nan al 13 11 v.n on ih, um llMl.vli Ui. Ortac e.li a "".., Parre Hall |U %  7 %  %  T('ll\ lh Mieh lnl I \ Is No, Exclusive! i .nomill For Kin-'s Prinir Minister DUBLIN, M.irch 17. Minim John I ailed tmiii/ht non*Conuniiri %  blot more •*,• cluslvs Hi %  ted \'..ii,,na pOllUcal ami cioiiiirriir %  %  i d that las Idsr HI IIepnaUtuDon than the Council ol niropt, -li the OraVntetlon !• i European Jl. wanted an organisatton in which Ital) Spain, nd, Austria and Ireland %  %  bat i i Uvi I %  Itad N i ra li i luded lo^iher with India. Pnklatan. Burma 'he older members ol the %  M'olth. i Could then dll"i %  1MB %  ..nil poll I i reith the Ul ind •'. id --Keuln McGHEE IN TEHERAN :-\N. Mai. I, I r. lcOh % %  TOW taato ja fMr aaoipleu aatlafaaUoo or i n H G -...-.... i cln let ,i with the !' %  • Uw in. Mi Ohi %  %  am Lntart i < kna -.> ie enarilj V.hh-1 \1 NEW NATURAL GAS DISTILLING PLANT .hot.Pl-I-I -II. ensure our Cualom*.. wlih Purr IHslillrd Kalrr BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS B.W.I.A.. Bridq-.lown SHIPPING NOTICES %  lc i\ i l< %  \ l At'STItALlA. NEW ZEALAND I.IN,:. MMiifn %  M A KJ i pntj M S -T.i.'.i. %  'in. •all M-lbourn, Prttu.t Prlmiaa. Mlh. Ilil.bane ini'g at lUibado* e.,il, Thi. raaaal ha. ample %  Ml Oeneral eal 0 pM .in i 1 I'ltm %  la* H.Hiah (. %  li Son. IlltaaaT %  i l '1'IIM'^s H ulaia applv WITHY a. CO llli. ,„: Da COSTA \ CO ITD inldad. || i .,.B.W I BWI laaaM i anfa DBBBS %  A %  AnllgiM. M-m-wrr..' •*• KHHailing Jl.l inn i l|.\MlV*.i.lti II Bo and Pa.aenget* lor Otanada enact, adit d.i *.t Da "tl acHoostn uwNuif i l >AVOV/W.V///r-eOS*W/ l wear falar •ear lloa* Blnee Ihe gi-.i W.old baa* BMralh dlaeaac. bar* tpreid ,h4* iba oaild an thai no* atien*M aa* tbM feor aal of s.atr ll<* pc.pl* ago g aa a l Ma 444044 or later. Be earud In aVaTaaTaaVRJ" 1 ""— Naw DUcovarylSavai Taath Aai4iaa, Uta mi "iof an A, • %  , aalantUH, Bgbta thesa IroubUi In a naw and eviu war. II peaatrataa right b. K ->guni fdin ll-t-lquiciiT laa-a the "* and aoon i nil; HOOK which mab'-H GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN SSS 1 aafffaf I I '' %  %  write for one %  < %  I ,' Mamuel Koberti, (ioapel C rtcoh and Trael Serrlee. J* ;. lu, lenual iwimr n.in v> IS N Irrlaod." V iW,V,V/,',W,V-VA',VeV/^ 9nc. NEW YORK it "Mik.n' ...il, BJM I %  %  NI.W OltlXAMH Hl.RUCi: I%  . HuB.radfrL.. \ and rturrhsa for I bleed I aeiutg looatr all la* tint . ,T thing, and than htard of thii new •oarf JuaaaaMi. in it iiomi an-r uiiog I etopped bltedlng %  lib daktMear.dTi, TRINIDAD WHO, WHAT, WHY? ^. O.Dfiit Ir .... il.iu bMkUTTM to..,. ,. %  i.WUl.o.. „.. "TO _.. t „ _„ _____ tm r,..,_...r,.... M.M. BARBADOS MUSIUM OAltHIBUN FAIIIHIIION OF PAINTI.MiN IN OILH — BY — HAftOI,I> c l uw. j | Open Hall. Sunday*. 10—6 2 S YACHT Ynwl rrapeda' 971. n. InntT. wllh giav marl Recently i _lnlcd and in cood Applv: Vlncant Burke. T*l*phoi PERSONAL DCE I do tuil %  i n.pon.ibllor him or an von* elf* CO-i o^cting nor debt or debt. order .ign.-t b*. I i EVA QBBatrlU 01 n.t F.ck. 3 41-1 I.IWT A FOIXD LOST IACKET One Blown Tweed . ., %  mder Will be rewuded MJUU It in //.<• AMV0CATK BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL LAl'MIEKINfi ii\ NIRSIIS' (MIDKMS -Scaled lenders will be received at the Hospital up to II <>'<<.%  noon on Wednesday, list March. 1951, for the launrterinn of Kurwa* I'nlforms for a period of 3 monthg from Itt April, 195). Tender forms will be .uppliet! on application to the %  General Hospital, and tenderwill not he rntertninef^ unlc thev ar. 1 on forms supplied by the Ho*pitmi Persons tendering mul ubmit. at the lime of '.. from two persons known to pa> li.lr. n>l4f*laa"ilMI.I I K I..-1 .!..*..H I stJtVH I Ixrpaal Viwparl. I an4ua. WlWSart I I.perl. 1 "llll .1 .I'AV 1 J April -i m >MI 1 Prom Hotitrd | %  %  l.-M".-. MAHINfll • .prrlea Arrlral I...4. Male* Srld|el.aii II April TEMPERED WALL BOARD vr ii *ll OIIIJEHS A^nls: PLANTATIONS I.IMITKII. Ptaaa* ITM IMl-Oltll U Central Foundry Ltd.—Proprietor*) On of Broad & Tudor Streets '''^'SS,'s*' f %'*'*'.' r -,K'*?^'7'S.'*Ss&*J^^^^&&^^^fa; \OIII I NOTICE Our Customcrt .'-nd FIKHI %  I to notfl Ihat 'i.H Piti Head Brand) (Worlvbopi Dock. Ship ft Bu u Factory Suppliaa and General ;il not be ripen for business on Saturday next 24:>. Mtral Emporium, Broad it. ami Q will be open as usual We be] to inform OUJE Custom era thai our Offices, Hardware and Lum.-i yard ..ill be i lo '*d on SATURDAY 24th Inst. K ndlj The Siujac Warehouaas will remain opan a* usual. LTD: Six Men CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. \ I PLANTATIONS LTD. ilHiiM.ii\v\ mill sri H.nrsrow > I



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II 1 BOAT, M \RC1I 20. 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE I'M.I rUKEE Shopkeeper On Larceny Charge n'g L n IIAA Beets officers J Total $7.10.000 Mr. Issigonis Has A Design For Driving Hearing Continues Today %  bado* Aututi I The toul %  „... „,.,...,... .._.. — the LJImi on the I7th February 1951. us* uf houwi.. B officer* HEARING ,n the case in which Elizabeth Kin*, a shopfSi.TffilhJr' SaoSt"'",., keeper of Tudor Street is charged with shop breaking and allocated, making .< total of lie a M t wi Major J D. LenaIntroduced To The liar B> KOBUtT WALLING A thoclb"\ refugee from the War I ha* become the d llritain'a mom incred.i'lr cur -;f larccnv was adjourned until to-dav by His Honour the $:.WM Cipt. C J Hryar j-Bt, v... -Prea* Chief Just.ce Sir Allan Collymore at the Court of Grand ^SSTH, 't^i 'l I •.-relay. H aald'ihat • %  money would Way, Ommmee; t.t o.i J Co The case occupied the attention ever appli...:i..n received from neii. of the court the whole day The 3,000 people up to the end af Caps jury u empjanelled. No bail Wff December, 1840 w **J*, m More Technical Knowledge Of L*-dfe and Itar ii"-n Cotlfgg, Mr O* .i> >. stcrd.iv Bai Hi WM nit" hx the lion %  %  OBE. Mr %  S. hUch.dh. ... si J, Hodsen. O.BB, Mr. \ unK Th_ Jord.ui. Co) T M Mr. Horn % %  .. %  %  11. granted there la a two count Up "to'the end of February Mr. Ronnie Cittens and Mi %  r ; ,, indictment against King On the 1.39Z loan* totalling 1347.690 hat Max' =>> oeiore ion* to 1MB In an CoUegaj uf Tropical Agriculture in Rogers aomctime between Sepof which $3.(178 wan repaid durTnr Association is ... n OMi-td BM. (Too much '/or'c to the West Indies will be of great tember 30 and October 1 ing the same month ladies and gentlemen who arc in do to gel man an value lo our future generations. She is charged on tho second Mr. D A M Haynes. Manager u-rested in motoring and Una > %  ! ***"' Is Mr F L Walcott, M.C P told count of receiving good* to th** ff the Labour Welfare < Housing Safety whether they own .1 mi L the BO .. natural lh AdTjeale yesterday. value of til 15.4 knowing them Loan*) Organisation told the ,. ar ornoI The Annual Wbatrl| IseiROl Mr Walcott had just returned ap be stolen. King pleaded no: Advecate lh.it the loan* were be,,<,., te n,^ llllX peTlooi jommr Think th A II 1 1 Ul vi irtv 't, m Trinidad where he attended guilty to both counts. Mr. W. W. %  n repaid satisfacioriU The pur.,,,_,., ,,„. nu nlr ,,f jgmjtn • for poae. ' lh loam wag for repair „ nth t to study engineering, rose to be? vhe celebrations of the Silver JuReecp K.C. proaeeai BJ trgaanaata, CODatruCtaOB of Ofkf <>f Lord Nufheld's chief |hf| Imperial College of the Crown while Mr. G. H. COndttJ Tropical Agriculture Adanw associated with Mr. purchaaeand, bby used to be to drtee n ^,,i that the ceremony was J F T. Brancker i s appeanr.g buildings. whSbuilt, iingle-aeater very Impressive and the speeches on behalf of the accused. sjuarter I ontnamed Umba. ;,n pointed to the importance of First witness called for the As far as purchase or construc"Can't afford the money or time Agriculture In these area* proaecution was Inspector Franklion was concerned, the applicant now. bj Wi aie fortunate lo have an "y" wl "> said that on October I <** required to1 contribute 25% Future Morns cars' *| haven': j c T A Situated In the We*' a( about 930 in the morning Of the cost and the remainder wa< finished yet." he told me 1 am indies, which ure malnlv agriculClement Rogera came to Iho furnished by the Organlsauon rjiinklng out another Minor now" ui.ai centreV he said C I.D and made a report. He ". %  %  4 repayN BkU It will^mpnaTise'the imrxir*>t to the atore of Rogers ... -.ent wen In keeptog with ti.. Here ,.port of tho lance ol agriculture to the fulun Judor Street Sgt t Phlll.p, who J^r^J^^&fag* iMllourcr model, which, at £182 generations who must of necessity h a wsrrant to search tho J**""; J^y !" 1 !" ,S^ TrSn' l paid., weighs un .. ainly depend on agriculture for premise, of the accused ^ f^iffi i"//^;?,, „| laden, half a hundredweight less their livelihood." went along The accused occupied u e ** p, {" n, l l 1 "JJ""5TC Importance Of Agriculture ffi h op ^."S f ?* ^" d h in f ,n creased Sa|c7u weUSTthe pivIt gave ipe. Mr Walcott said that the speech „Jt]L, JTJZ ^LI. m nl oul of ,hp ""I" proiluced and 6, m p h ,n .1. c f Sir Alan Burns, formerly Cov%  ^'T "SUPS" f nt y,h) MM four ,, ernor e,f the Cold Coast who now Ht •* m ned tn f f 00 ,' of ," 1 He said that tho workers were I. gauami 4.n long nvrv% ^ T nf S^ CC S t i Be I 8„K5 [' CV £ !" T\£!LtellL S v v -PPreelaUve o, thi, ass^t| teal 04 m iU laragea and 4ft Nations Trusteeship Council, was *.. r ^ with ralva^nise screws '212 *" ev nc l b > *|* ,r 10ln„ high, but mv 14 stone and %  niouriate Ii nniniad ".M in l,ce wlUl % %  lyanise screws willingness to moct their obi if a ft. or height were ouive vomforhrKriance^! ufneidmre m "T.w* 0 t0 taW b **" Wmp red 'Ions Colonial F^olre whose Doou*' Un Wn,u "" Adweale Wg4 al th.II ..rara r„ „d corner, ^^ 'tocreas^g nMiy'Td To Mr. Adam, Inspectoi Ifj^we^^a.w w l^' 1 '" ,n ** 8kld produetlea rapacltv muM Franklyn said that he knew tho "y,? ? **9 "S**? w K operated a, 4.1 n, to the „.. rr fow ^ lnlenBltl0(l liccufcrd ^.^ .^ „,,. accu aed tt -re '. ng' th? SSS^tJ^Z He was hoping, he said, that told, him tnat_ahe used to buy ^^^^IJ^JZiZ lift December The mam obttctf of the Association are to foster the %  %  .f imilfiists and to co-operate with Ike Amhoriiies in tear) mrj to make the Roads safer for all uaera. The following are SOTM "f the benefits the Aasonalton will offi'i l Oil 1 Chief Jusw* %  as thi' Oil %  %  remind youiuj %  .' iin the hlgheal trad I respect • ful Ul the lletuh COt How inm ft bafi and at Uu same tune linn and ( the interest of then nil had IW difficult Wing, 50 m.p h In tne near future, there'"would goods "from Rogers. When he. li rearheel SO in.pl>. in half .1 lrt „,„„. Bar b u d!ans taking more (earched the place he saw some „ W(Un t the car could have vmrwm nl lhe College It would boarders in the accused's pi— Nlll illili-. ^nilllII. Ill IllillMI'l tt>l -,T ... ,. the second or third instalment acUong in the West inmes Authority to display the Asso. elation badge 011 your car. Assistance In parking Legal advice on motoring leprcsenung %  ii.illei Campaign for Courtesy on Professional fhgmly Uhf Road i holding all tho Co-operation with the PoUea :QM di|rnlQ <•( their profaa %  nd the Preai for safer driving :0 n would ho maintained and thi Campaign for Compul Third Party Insurance. ] 1 ,. ,, %  fustici mid that '1 Elimination of dangerous corners ,,, ] Affiliation to the A A and the B ar b a d.-)>.<• rrtCd I nfOM n 6c -, n which was rail known to Barna FaclUUea for me Renewal of ,,,„ mil „ „., ,..,.,,. u .,. „, | U priven l lamlly Md distinguished them n is cootemplated, later on, '" ,,,,.. in ,..,,,(,walks of '" k affiliation to nmilnr ASMKMJ|U lnouiht w wat correct ir 1 could near uie ^ means of increasing tho He heard that the accused while the it hers were elrcuin-. 1 .%  .: %  %  %  1 "-technical knowledge of •irieulfriendly with (acting the linings tha^bugjr • Uirp among many woncers. Branch whoi peavatiui and small holdei man named .„• thouglit he haual n mrt sn iall holders, who, knew becauae he was pointed %  'without that necessary knowledge out to him In the Court yard. '"would not be able to cope with Sgt. Phillips said that on SepI tin ii-nt owing demnnds In compctember 30 qiement Rogers went But brake*, engjfll Utlva nuurketl to the CI.D. and made a report. Dd iack-.nd.pinior Mr. Walcott said that the ColOn October 1 Rogers again rewera of lop-quality lege authorities gave himself and turned to the C.I D. and ne went other visitors the opportunity of with him to m* premises itc ul SUICIDE There Assoelatlo especially Safats In Me In Le Bal No Iff. retaes 1 liked The windows Mlnj and appreciating the work tt n < ln l , *• %  % %  £ %  pr f, m ''" £ ,ly two torni to lower Thllt K wa being d.e at the Col*gfcJS ,?ft J2LJP25S lent Fi March The wealthy lather of :. 25year-old girl student wilt have killed her ex-lover, killed rtaalf : v gaa-poltonlni hen e> : %  |Ulri flrst.class forward visijege 1 iliiy access through the Door to geari ind tratwn 1 -.prmgs Nrrdrd l^twe.n I ... World riht Riserved —L t S a> Tdad Theatres Act Amended lins of bullir which %  * behind LAUNDRY WORKERS. RETURN TO WORK iPtoi.i Our OHI roirmpondmi PORT OF-SPAIN. March 11 Despite strenuous opposition. ih" c wardrobe. meetly from members of tho He also went into the accused's Butler Party, Trinidad's Lcgtsbv ahop which Is adjacent to her place live Council members approved a nd saw a box of biscuits and an %  mendments to the Theatres and unopened tu: of cooking butler Dance Halls Ordinance which which was marked. K n the accuseds place His daughter, dark eyed r*aulllM saw a bag of flour in the kitchlXibunon was arrested yesterday en The bag was torn and Kenafter 27-year-o|,| Foliv neth Rogers claimed it as his had been found dead to GMll father's property. There were nh two bullets in him also two ten pounds lins of butter. Pauline wiu found unconscious two bottles of wine, four enkes of near the gas stove In Bailey's flat soap* a Blue valise, two bottles of police said she called UM n afh bitters and a bag containing 2? llo had heard that Ba iouoTth.1 U %  . can do much .AI *jgBE+\E;ia wfA a. the regard to Rood Alt ln ,. v General had id. eio-deo. ..;. h. %  uM remarked 'hero wag grweyg room at th" top and he hoptii hi would main 1profaa %  ton He ma ••"•• %  he would uphold the tredltMna of the Bar -l-IVl 111111 IM'I Mi. Fannei thanked the Acting 1 .. oral and tho Chief hat he would di everything on hli pan to Uie high sUndnrd <>' that Bar BulWiles Protest Aguinst losiiljz Of I .akr.'h 17. 1'OUT-OF SPAIN. M.i bitkeiN woikei .in. others paraded PoetHJf-Speil r.iiei the lUitin banne protettlni fifrilnt 1 aetJon by thi novernment netilllng In ihe clos Ing down of fmii city haJnrtai The demonstrators cairn l pig grdi anolhc I'OIIT '!( %  SI'\IN M Workers at the Sanitary Launrevoke the powers of the Com* dry, Po tn* un misaioner of Police as the Licenj--t.-"i. s, T .. a „. sin-et Tin %  ~A^"^ \JSEjn3S8Sh against the linuUtlons or Calyp< auniaiis in the freedom of their art gave a passionate speech. The Hon. Albert Gomes urged lover for two ye; an engagement ring ••<' girl. Her father. Unknown builder in northern Ffeaee —Reuler. FEBRUARY RAINS DELAY CANE MATURITY The sugar crop tM IBM wa previously aatinaaled at 115,001 ii ns and than Government "and that total iiiii the Labour Minister The placards ih exi bore Inwriptioiis as Who.. is Iho D.i.cti.r ..I '. r..|. Alberi Oomea?* "ta he dumb or the Aereeeaia regterdaj ponclble for 11,. s j„i 1h.1i tin •nTectf of the all this. Dfmgia*". "We want bread ,.. : .,. would probabli aolaj n 1 not old talk', "Russia If willing to tuxlty in some ptrl oil atrUte returned to woi k admitted In %  letter B w • \ he bad bees esenteet tho thc |nQ (ne j t y to g(1 nom e he Indian Ao,uailum Supplier: picture at oil." H_ fact that a policeman should decide what was a clean calypso. hc nol i c(n that If Mr. yucBnd c ( iaroKM leaving shipment made by the West Following a request by certain if people in the crowd thai he take arefully closed it. Neat morning Poi t-of-Spain TroplCBJ tlshes and the matter up in the U-gislali tins of butter : nakes have already b <-uncil. Mr Butler promised missing He to Hoiinnd whenthe nerket do las utmost for hi i knows the accused who Is in the shows great promise It is aniieiAs u result of these Dakar* liquor business. Sometimes the paled that with the Oetnand In the "'H down ZOO people were out of „ accused would buy goods from United State,m the tocfeaaa, w rk 5"!S^5SS ,, cSii 'ATHELBROOK' LEAVES fSS, -*. .. MdMMtn vedo. thai certain indigcnoi Id be preserved (a Canadi She will of laklni 3 MO I %  ufjar for si John, N B iJ lax ami St John, The Partner Uessn Da O I ft Co I Id f TroDical Agriculture Being BQ The motor vessel AUielhrook > *i n i %  %  Ouu.l^.i fiftjwI, Dr. Taylor took left Barbados portunity of coining over i, nuns to Jamaica He Is due to leave this afternoon for Trinlda.i en route to Jamaica. A' Sen we II to meet him were Blr Geori k • Hi I Of Developi Mr Allrr.nPouglae Omlth, Resident Tutor of the Extra Mural Dept of the University College of the Wei Su.-dTv i t7rA" 1 """ handed two bills to Rogers „,. examination, Mr (lf hard eurm who them iln'iidy arousing peal d that the handwriting on | nWP€ it. and it is belli hii an iii Cpl. Babb also said that h< to the accused's place and sa %  bag of flour and some tins of butter. In the dining room there wag nothing. Behind the wardrobe of the bedroom there was a bag with M tins of butter in it. accused said that she Imught a grocery many an eftploruuj the | ties of going into the establishing it firmly hero if the ii..ikes abroad prove to be encouraging. Dies Suddenly shipment of vacuum pan molasses Tor Trinidad. Her %  cents are Messrs. H. Jason Jones & Co.. Lt\ TDAD RAILWAYS HAVE %24,377 0EFICI1 .rri.li. Our Own Con.Mond*t 1 > PORT-OF-SPAIN. March 14. StX'Kd X^STmlK A-lSl %  • AdamV If .he c .v^.c.day Tor i en. of .00 drum. la,! month and lhe _ab.naonm.nl ^^ ^^ my mcnmrnl „, ,„„„ „„„, piril a ,,, TAMARINDS GO ON -FOREST" S.S. Ijlurenltan I'lirrtt .iriiv. I t -.!„ %  irranU H#ibb 50UI 130 barn-Is of lam the Pl.reo ancillary erv.-have renected deOdt m the ,he" iccuWd"'anMched the pool, Enjland rmnM of the Trimdad Hall s Phillipshand w.,5 lor tint „eri(xl to the tune |m POHT-OF-SPAIN. Mar 16 Lady Enid ncntrlce Walcott, jnme month last widow of the UU Bil li-'tiiy Wal.how that the rece eott, T.casurer ot Trinidad, died year totalled $176,14. compared -^ „ •uddenly today al her St Clalr with 1151.770 thU year '""" %  J' Street where ..other ol trnme alone claiming II05.7SO aa Me n.ii", %  Her agents b Co Ltd Senior Short Story Competition The F.venlnf Advecate Invites all school-boys mid ache I,,... ,..,, -... ; 1|V ,.-,! %  • -rruor Mn.rl --loiv I ..linn tltlan. Stories can be on any subject, but should not exceed Mid WOfdl In length and must reach the Khwrt story Kdllor. Advocate t •, Ltd., City not later than Wednesday every week. The 1-M itorj each w will be published in the Kvenlng Advocate mid the winner will celve a prize of books or Stationery to the value of 12'fl. Send this coupon with your story. SENIOR SltORT RTOKV (fiMPFTM ION T-,; n.nopt Charles Hulchlnwin. a car peni ne wen. ,u ..... ha. : V ^ j J r\T>JT, ler. said that he knew Rogers who he reached there he f iipts1 during last rmp | ovef | hlm ln August 1B50 to stnp of galvanise th the found U ugust 19S0 to stnp 01 galvanise which he h.i f the roof at Tudor secured by nailing was not nail-d he kept a grocery down but was detached from the ,..relaid two galvanised "heel. There was some flour in Mi II. B Walcott, Managing against the corresponding period ih u b nni | in g them down prothe gutter. In accordance with I of Si-mo. C. Kirton. this year which has rcffecUd %  pe rlv They wen secured by two police Instruction ]ve remov-.i U Port ol Sn iin in' Mrs Chr.sp of ttl of $88,005 revealing a drop £ [apt „ f galva nise. On October s trip and put England.' "' Hl dh revenue totalling $17" ---"\r-=.-: He Home Aedreaa 1 sheet CLARKE'S "BLC3D H2XTURE Cleanse the systcni from blocd impurities ; many offerers from rheumatic aches and rains, lumbago. neuritis, pimples, be s. sores and minor skin ailments, on derive great benefit from this well-known medicine. la LIQUID er T4DLET IOBM G&t Liixum ()II.I;T SOAPS Sombre salesman gets a 'regular' order CAM II • rnvrtkt in imotrr'i accei v Mitn II you wmni a heb.ri. %  I irarcfir .hnUrr, 01 a hookah. Stun't uv mtvn-lB. -h—iihr blc.r i tlir Wtf." I i*J run. 'ho-', ilwgnu dont ..• Joar1 1 ' %  m -v /a**," MMT S+m. •*<•• *ft. "IV# *rii j^.r*.-. Fc en* tk.f I'm H-HIINIII. M t.-w,#u> /*-, ** (•* Soito-i of % %  .''J dir ji vn C0tt pm vow k>r mm lJJh*i %  H M sfaak "That'i pnitwhly your irmibk." I "aid. "A bad caw of p-ti." "Vhr..,( .Sj-, -Uflwa.-lajJ Voo'rotM.na upii b* u* w i. t lupim >.. u haw mudcyou iMl o rat hat lo (o ihn-^l tail CM ..f r ip,,, and >,. U ( booi: rmiklci haic lo .in ttw puihtng an. 1 pulLing hutihrrt'iiioiluniltH ihtm n> liani on lo in lh *oli (oodt Too t*i %  ia*>Hla tl •*W#ru>4 \*m "NoiaiU.'*liJ -Hub-.lr-huoM o,l an., tiouMr u, ouf lu mrt, r -ado^r af eaeiuuMiii* tou'rn nr4 of Krikf. %  i: ... %  TW*-ii**..>-w,. 'asaaafSea "IwuiBr ngbf plaor," I *U4. You ha.c a luilr AU-Hran (,.f r-rt***iM crrv morning li'i dclicloui. and u p*i your din (Wa --ntnviUinf 1m ihoar i-.ut.-lr. 10 wort on li'll im. TO.. tt-auau' in a matin ul day. 1 left Sam egassttagj iitn. aad -'- •• rum %  *i< Uin h* looked . d h* waa ui full wlr W *v d bsiiU'lmp' %a All-Brant put yoj ta uw but lintr.hM il*' I ...-.l "/ %  J/ni il A*..'' uv *.• %  "ft -Mi. "i* 'fu'"' •" m* -**v< i\W. iii-. a**f .1 n.kti el I>H, -nrdtJ. ?*>J fr VM' H %  I'm abrady .old on .ha..-' 1 w.J .IUOCCI*UUl.,A.. 1 -. w Ba*. fcH*. .... i.r-l.r %  \<*4. ..... n | MM !*•* .A >*•!> wtmm, *i-i.— E.ey Pictura tails a ^toryt•• i %  BACKACHE)& GONEfyJk TT1.SOI IINSl'UPRISING how qukklv h-nimhe. stiff, li.mbatio, (bi-uuuiiK pains and I .nmmon ur.ii.iry lonihlc. due I in impuriiict HI tin i'li" .1 -mi h tsseseoaw. Mrong, a. live kidncyt ialc1 ;uard ynur htalih I Tipuritics and hannlul Wfesn .ml uf tlw vyicni. wbsa kidney a.mm u leadi lull iii hher the hkxnl prnptilv, Al* your DtaUr for pain and dateaadon treuueni rr.uhIKMIIMI.I I %  I Pi •tat the hidncv and M> MunuUt.ii)[ ill ir i poo Ihi haowa dtarctl) sad jiiiiwri'iu Manv ilinuaandi ot" gntentl men ana • % %  i.^iuit.i i.> iin%  %  K-une.1 hy taking I>i IMI EXPECTANT MOTHERS/ Mffkft baby strong-so he can be an Important future citizen Ybo nrad nor* AaO Viiamloa now lo hclv gl I SI M Secure and invlal your re.|iiiriiii.iil-TO-DAV— TO-MORROW may he too lantoll (Hilaiii.l.le in 2 4...II...1 anil Quail !/•—for all risks. COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM. Dial 4391 ^ W.'-V/.V-'/.V.'-vw.i-i -. >,:: .fc-.'-W,'



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PACI rwo ItAKIS \ Cahib Calling iti \i>\u( \ n TUESDAY, MARCH M, ItSI BABY CAR S UN SIM) INSI producti .ill I . Barba ink to England %  >• !• brat ions of the Imperial College of Tropical Aarieultun %  iii Bdon paodf murh t hi-, time travelling around the I'ot"monv.i tlHi .(. %  has been Urn 1943 He M fon %  ..i worth Wales. Bangor and before .hat Professor of Organic Chemistry. Indian Institute f>i OS Bangalore Retired Medical Officer D R. JESSE ORKLL, retired Government Medical Offlu-r %  %  I B W I A I l %  Oml, at the Back From Jubilee Celebrations H JULIAN MA II ON. M L C and Mr. h m Tnnjdad on Sun day afternoon by B W I A %  Catobrattons at tho % %  ll Agriculture Mr K n Motttay, M C r MrF I. Walcott. at.C.F? Mi Walcott who also attended %  returned from Trinidad yester day morning With Shell Caribbean M R AND MRS FRANK IDEN DEN uttvad from Maraci.ibo, venaauela vi,i Trinidad momlnj by I! W I \ They up ( aaii Han "Ilday. they are stay in* ui the 1 , club Shell Cartbbaan ivimi. u ID Man.ca.bo St.ying Wilh Father A RRIVING from Trial bj B W E A to .* month's holiday in Barbados, wan -Mr Doug Boon. They are staying wiui Mr Bo n*s raihai ..i Uw St UkfaaaL Mr. Boon is with U.BO.T. in Point Fortin. ,a • For U.S. Holiday M R and MRS HAROLD LEWIS want amonj Uw pa iMvtna. For Piwrto Rleo veHerday morning by II W I A I hey hava gone t. apand In the u s. with raUlives. Soil Surveyors M R. J. P WATSON and Mr. I Bin*, Boll Burvt UM li. W.I Boll Survey Scheme, i at the Imperial Collate %  il Agricultura arrived man TrinMad ytati B.W.I A i en-day soil' M Pfenaant Stay Walter C TanaTnglann, %  by H w i A Trinidad They are both ex I'II the Inland. nig enjoyed their stay and BBUfitl impressed with many courtesies aCtSt. %  Mr Tarry who is Managing Di. ng to 'he leather ituaUon hi not always << in .. illlon to 'upply local • Till'"" lit I ; • %  n the near future Since his arrival he has received i if ^tin naribat increase* m %  i ea of leather and all other <1 *p"-nent narts which are used In ufacture of shoes, and ii ii reliable sources Mr Tarry Miami that prlOH are IIKOIV to reeHnua % %  "se for another three i i nth En Route To Limn M R AND MRS. L. J ROSENSHINE accompanied by their '.uiigtiler Patridla arrived from on Saturday bj HWIA to *|>end a short holiday in Barbados, staying at Sam Lord's. The Rosenahines who live In Pi ni. when* Mr Hosenshine i> a Mining Engineer, are mi their way back to Peru, after a loUda* in the U.S. They are 1. from New Y-ik. Back From St. Lucia B.B.C. Radio Program mes tvaaaukv, M**n %  •• IMI I am. Tln. n. From in IM>(WU. 1 J* mm. F>BASIL, ( ARDFVV THE "UEAK CHANGE' here is .: rool which has been jiclded to the famous Jaguar XK 120 ..pen two-seater. It converts this open roadster into a fixed-hea.i Ihe difference is expected lo boost exports to the United Mates and Canada by near!. i: 1.000.000 within two Recently the new Jaguar was previewed in London by 100 motoring experU btl m a.-v-nlr. ..I i m !.(( %  v %  •-IB. Tl RilUin. SIS -to. r*w Down. 11.IS am Ptosranim* PMMW. 11-3 am N fVialand. HAS a i Report from DrtUiri II saaa l?lu ,>iv. Raws Anslv*v UtlS pm. Clow Down The line of ili r new eoape actually adds lo the ears speed. It wUI ahoot from aero lo :;b miles an hoar in three and a hi|f seconds* from sundlna to SO n-ilc %  %  ii hour in ten sreonds .ml n-. I la miles an hoar In 27 mi. The coupe ha* auoUirr .urpri*e -Its price—C99R. which is only •10 more than Ihe open model \nd when it comes n dale at home?—Add EMI 19* 6d. in purhase tax. -I t s .is BJM Miuuc liov. Orsna ltoi-1. I inland ', 10 y. ... intortua*. .i ir. p n. Wri.h M.S-<." -4* pm *l .-klMSfiw. B pm NrII,. : %  ..s-1 H pm MM M. a uar u. HIS pas hufr'nuiif PsTSde, T P •" Th, \... Tin pm N< AnsU H' Wan UvlUn GuNI M(ILI ISSI iias 'it %  a su M i S p.m. Ownmrmily Sphina. s p I BSSal • IS pm HrM UM ..Lih %  *4 p.m ComtPirr "I Ihr Wk. Din Rrpoil from Brll.in. UunOon Llfrtl Coimil 10 pm Tr^ Kev^. 10 1U P in Imm Ui* BdllMUl*. IBIS p."> FOC "" toldi I0* p"' i-HUn r-l lor IMPM I II p BBV t NorUwm Onhln SIB JOHN 8IMONBBN. TUB. AM R AND MRS DORIEN Director of the Colonisl Product* J" COLE and their son Hal. Bane-mil Council, who had bean who -.pent a short holiday in St %  iteiidlng the Silver Jubilee celabraLucia, returned over the week end tion of IC.TA. was an intransit hv 11 W.I A During their holldav pi".eu*-r ttarouah Bsrlisdos yesterthev BlfO si>eni a few days In dsy en route to Bnglsnd Martinique ^^=^> JANETTA DRESS SHOP M it SIMS. LOM Tel. 2684 Rroari St reel BIAUT1RJI AFTERNWN, COCKTAIL anil I \ I MM, i.ow.Ns Junior Short Story Competition The Evenlnc Advocate in-. bM BH rrnldren under 12 to entei for its Junior Short Story Competition The best story will be published %  rv Monday n The Evening Advocate, and the winner will receive a prize to the value of 7/8 in either hooks or stationery. The stories can be on any subject under the sun but should not be more than 300 words in length, and must reach The Children's Editor. The Advocate Co Ltd.. Ctty not later than WodawadW* srean week. NOTE Stones must not be copied. Send this coupon with your storv. JUNIOR ftHORT STORY COMPETITION Nane Aaa ftcboel Form Hotne Address IOM.IMS Tha Wofldi "io hoaoorsd Wslch. *Why don't you tryl>aradol7*f^ here En u Ttaej are slaying ,it ihe \ From Venezuela M il mi MKS KEN BHEF %  i rhlldreo ai rived from Vanei %  is K bj II W I A M.i, foi tWO Iwudaj then are staving . Rock. Mr Shepherd is with the Veneraetan OuU Rein. 1 %  it I'l.eit.j I i i %  I Guide Meeting V/tll^ I Ii WILLIAMS J-** Island Commlaatonai <•( Ihe 'MI! Otddaa' AaaoelaUon accom%  i I" her dauglitei U H. %  Se.lH.ll. of the <;,il Guides' Association.: left b> H.W I A pcatardu to Puerto RJ o lo a .end tin tha Waal cm Hemisphere (World Bun %  i 'Jirl Guides' Asaoeiaiion Una opens to-di.v and will last x*o da] Ladl Baden. I Powell. Chief Guide of lluWork n Puan .. I.-.' > will .-• %  maaajjuj. About Canadian*' Golf And a'Cup A VERY Importanl fama oi at the Koekley Cktlf COUTM Ml H C Colebrook, representing ROM Simi-soti Co of Canada and Mr. F W Morlev of LobHw Groceiernif. of Tomnt. 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